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Vol. 9.
HILO, HAWAII, HAWAIIAN INLANDS, FRIDAY, JANUARY 29, 1904.
No. 13.
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I'UI)I,IBtUt HVHKY 1'KIDA.Y
Ol'l'IOi:. KINO flTRKKT, IIILU, HAWAII.
THIBUNh IILUCK.
Hilo Tribune Publishing Company, Ltd.
Publisher! nnd Proprietor!.
President C. C. Kknnkhv
Vlce-lTelltM 15. E
riciiaki
Secrctary-T reasurer -I.
W. llAWORIH 1
Auditor A. K
Directors Oku. 3. McKkniik,
, i) v,. mabsii ,
Advertisement" jnHCConipaiilcd by specific
iiatruction Inserted until urdered out. j
Advertisement discontinued before expiration
of specified period will lie charged as If con-1
tlnued for lull term. I
AddreMt nil coiuniunicutloiis either to the J
Kditorial or lluslness Departments of Tiik Hilo
TRIBUNK PUI1I.I4IIINO COMI-ANV.
rhecolumnsolTilfi II11.0 I'KinuNM arc always 1
ojeuto communications on subiccts within the
s:opeorthepaicr. To receive proper attention, I
eich article must be signed by its author. The
name, when desired, will be held confidential.
Tiir Hilo TRiBUNfc Is not responsible for the
opinions or statements of correspondents. ,
ATTOnXBY.S-AT.li.VW.
Wise & Ross,
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Will practice In all Courts of the Territory, and
the Supreme Court of the United States.
Office: Tkiiiunk Hun.nisc,
Bridge Street, 1I1I.O. HAWAII
C. M. I.KUI.0ND W. II. SMITH
LeBlond & Smith
ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW
Hawaiian, Japanese, and' Chinese Interpreters,
and Notary Public in Office.
Office: Skvkkanck IIuh,dikg,
opposite Cour House, HILO, HAWAII
J.Castlh Ridgway Thos.C.Ridgway
Ridgway & Ridgway
ATTORNKYB-AT-I.AW
solicitors of Patents General Law Practice
11II.O, HAWAII.
Notary Public in Office.
OFl'ICIt: Walanuenue and nridge Streets
IM1YS1C1AXS.
Dr. Henry Hayes
PHYSICIAN AND SURGEON
Diseases of the eye
Hours: 8:00 to 10:00 a.m. 4:00 to 5:00
p. ui. 7.00 to 8:00 p. in.
Sunday: 10:00 a. m. to ia:oo noon.
Telephone 193.
Waiauuenue Street
Milton Rice, M. D.
Physician and Surguon
Office, Waiauuenue St.
Hours, 8:30 to 10:30 a. m.; 3-4 and 7:30
to 8:30 p. M. Sundays, 9 to 11 a. m.
HEAL ESTATE, ETC.
I. JE. RAY
ATTORNEY AT -LAW
and NOTARY PUBLIC
Waiauuenue St.
Hilo, Hawaii
0EXT1STS.
M. Wachs, D. D. S
DENTIST
Office Hours: 9 to ia, 1 to 4.
HILO, HAWAII
HOW TO MAKE MONEY.
We offer you an investment guaranteed
rjtwo Trust Companies. It may make
von rich. This is no scheme or fake.
Send a.oo for INVESTMENT CERTIFI -
CATE. If you nre not satisfied upon in-
vestigation we give you your money back.
WK1,T.NKK ci UUIN4N, 1'iscni Agents,
60 Hroadwny, New York.
A. H. JACKSON
FIRE AND LIFE INSURANCE
AGENT FOR NEW YORK LIl'E
WAIANUENUE STREET.
HILO 1
S. GRACE
Aient for
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PACIFIC MUTUAL IJFK, FIRE
AND ACCIDENT
INSURANCE CO'Y OF CALIFORNIA
HILO, HAWAII.
J-f
W. H. BEERS
INTERPRETER anu
TRANSLATOR
(English and Hawaiian)
Commission nud Dusiuess Agent.
Will Act as Administrator, Guardian and
Executor. Runts uud Dills Collected..
Office with I. E. Ka. Telephone 146
9
Cntholli- Sorvlccs.
CATHOLIC CHURCH, UKtDC.lt STRIUtT.
i
I Sundays Holy Mass nt 7, 9 nnd 10:30
in. tn.
At 7 a. tn. Portuguese sermon.
! At 9 n, tn. English sermon.
At'loUo n. ill. Ilnwniinn sermon.
At 7 p. til., Rosary, Portuguese sermon'
mm lictieillctlou.
Week Da vs Hoi v Mass everv ilnv nt
6 a. in
Kvrrv Rlllidnv nftprimnti t.'lntlUli In.
.a. k. suTTo.tgtrl,ctOIl for boys and girls nt mother's
am sister's schools respectively, from a
to 3 p. til.
Day or night the Catholic clergy will
attend to the wanlsof the faithful.
FATHER OLIVER,
Parish Rector.
Trade Unions Meetings.
utmpu ATinN NO 1 1 nml 1 Mnmtav
IBIlLRAllUft IMU. I I nild 3 iUOtlday
each month.
FEDERATION NO. a 3 and 4 Monday
each month
LAHOR COUNCIL I and 3 Friday each
month.
I CARPENTERS a and 4 l'riday each
mouth.
HACKMEN nnd TEAMSTERS I nnd 3
I Thursday each mouth.
PAINTERS and DECORATORS a and
4 Thursdav each mouth.
' LONGSHOREMEN a nnd 4 Wednesday
cacn tnontli.
II. KENDAL,
president Hilo Trades and Labor Coun
cil. Hilo, Hawaii, Oct. a, 1903.
Subscribe for the Triiiunic, Island sub
scription $3.50.
LEGAL NOTICES.
United States of America ) ,.
Territory of Hawaii J
as.
In the Circuit Court, of the Fourth Circuit.
At CiiAMinms In Pkohath.
In the Matter of "the Estate of JOSE
FLORES, deceased.
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF
ACCOUNTS AND FINAL DIS
CHARGE. The petition of Evaugeliuo da Stlva,
administrator ol thc estate of Jose Flores,
deceased, having been filed, wherein he
asks that his accounts be examined and
approved, and that a final order be made
of distribution of tbe property remaining
in his hands to the persons thereto euti
tleo and discharging him from all fur
ther responsibility as such administrator.
It is ordered, that Tuesday, the 8th day
of March, 1904, at 9 o'clock a, 111., is the
time set for the hearing, in the Courtroom
of the Fourth Circuit Court at South
Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place all
persons concerned may appear mid show
cause, if any they have, why the prayer
of the petition should not be granted.
Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 26, 1904.
Hy the Court:
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
By Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Smith & Parsons,
Attorneys for Administrator. 13.4
United States of America
ss.
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
At Ciiamukrs In Probath.
In the Matter of the Estate of KOUERT
ANDREWS, deceased.
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE. OF
ACCOUNTS AND FINAL DIS
CHARGE. The petition of A. Humberg, adminis
trator of the estate of Robert Andrews,
deceased, having been filed, wherein he
asks that his accounts be examined and
appiovcd, nud that a final order be made
of distribution of the properly remaining
in his hands to the persons thereto enti
tled, nud discharging him from all further
responsibility as tuch administrator.
It is ordered, that Tuesday, the 1st day
of March, 1904, at 9 o'clock a. tn., is the
time set for the hearing, in the Courtroom
of the Fourth Circuit Court at South
Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and place all
persons concerned mav appear and show
cause, if any they have, why the prayer
of the petition should not be granted.
Hllo, Hawaii, Jan. 27, 1904.
Hy the Court:
DANIEL PORTER, Clerk.
Ily Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
1 Smith & Parsons.
Attorneys for Administrator,
,
13-4
United States of America
Territory of Hawaii J
In the Circuit Court of the Fourth Circuit.
At Chamiihrs In Proiiatk.
I-the matter of the Estate of David
Greig, deceased.
PETITION FOR ALLOWANCE OF
ACCOUNTS AND FINAL DIS
CHARGE. The petition of D. MacKeiuie, admin
istrator ol the estate of David Grcifc, de
ceased, having been filed, wherein he
asks that his accounts be examined nud
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aiJ(Jiuvtii, wiu mm iiiiu, wiuci i- iiiauu
I of distribution of the property remaining
I in his hands to the persons thereto en-
titled, nud uisciinrgiug 111111 irom an lur-
! l"?f K'ft .? L,"?!,:
! day of February, 1904, at 9 o'clock n. in.,
Ik .a U.I.I.,.-., .....V A..1..K.MT, .... W...
.lis the time set for the hearing, in the
1 Courtroom of thc Fourth Circuit Court at
i South Hilo, Hawaii, at which time and
place nil persons concerned may appear
laud show cause, if any they have, why
I the prayer of the petition should not be
I grantecl.
Hilo, Hawaii, Jan. 11, 1904.
I liy the Court:
ijanuwv l'oiaiiu, uerK.
Hy Chas. Hitchcock, Deputy Clerk.
Wisk & Ross,
Attorneys for Administrator. 11-4
BY AUTHORITY.
SEALED TENDERS.
.
Scaled tendcra will be received liy tbe ,
Superintendent of Public Work. in;tll
1 a tn. of Monday, the 8tli of Fchtuury, '
for constructing a-room chool house nt
Halawn, Kolinla, Hawaii. '
Plans nnd specifications on file In office
of Superintendent of Public Works, Ho.
noluln; in office of Dr. Ilond, School
Agent, Koluln, and in office of E--K. '
Richards. Hllo, Hawaii.
The Superintendent reserves the right
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Ilids to be endorsed on envelope, "fen
ders for a-rooui school house, Halawa."
C. S. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent of Public Works.
Department of Public Works,
Jan. ia, 1904. 13.3
Mortgagee's Notice of In
tention of Foreclosure
and Sale.
...... , . ... ... ..,,! tains, cabinets of rare cut glass,
Notice is hereby given that, pursuant to ' . b '
the power of sale contained ill that certain jbeds, chairs, piano, bath tubs, wear
mortgage executed by Kcola (k) of Kii- j j 'j joose t,j
kaiau, Hawaii, as mortgagor, to the Ku-1 '.' " ,
koUu Plantation Company, n dquie-stic . was literally snatched from the
corporation, as mortgagee, under date : of flnmeS- The damnce and break-
iiwti.lliuk.1 ) 77l .. .,--.. ... --
Miiiriiin riHr 1111 inrui hiki rpi'iniirn in iiir .
office of the Reeistrar of Conveyances in
Honolulu, in Liber 199, ou pages 343,343
and 344, thc said Ktikaiati Plantation
Company, mortgagee, intends to foreclose
thc said mortgage for condition broken,
to-wit, the non-payment of principal and
interest thereby secured when due as
therein specified.
Notice is nlso given that the property
conveyed by said mortgage will be fcold
at public auction at the rear door of tbe
Sheriff's office, in Hilo, Hawnii. on Tues
day, the 33d day of February, A. D. 1904,
nt 10 o'clock n. tn.
The property covered by the said mort
gage uud to be sold as uforesald consists
of:
All of that certain peicc or parcel of
laud situate at Kukaiau, in thc District of
Hamakua, Island and Territory of Ha
waii, which is more particularly described
as the laud owned by said mortgagoi at
the date of said mortgage, bounded ou
the south by thc Government Road, .on
the north by the laud of Uiha, 011 the
cast by thc laud of Kaaln, and on the
west by the laud of Halli uud Pi, said
mortgaged laud containing nn area of
fifty-eight acres, more or less; together
with all and singular the tenements,
hereditaments ami appurtenances there
unto belonging or in anywise appertain
ing; reference being hereby made to said
mortgage for a more particular descrip
tion. KUKAIAU PLANTATION CO.,
Mortgagee.
Hy Albert Horner, Mauauer.
Terms: Cash, United States gold coin.
Deeds nt expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Smith
& Parsons, Attorneys for .Mortgagee.
Dated Hilo, Hawaii, January 35, 1904.
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Hoolalia Hoopaa Molaki.
Ke hoolnhn ia aku uei, e like me ka
tu.iua kuai i holke ia maloko o kekahi
molaki i liana ia e Keola (k) o Kukaiau,
Hawaii, mea molaki aku, i ka Kukuiau
Plantation Company, men molaki mai, a
i hatm ia maka la 14 o November, 1899,
a i hookomo ia iloko o ka buke Ileltt 199
nojo 343, 343 nine 344 ma ke Keena Kope j
lMiapaia ma Honolulu Ke manao net ka
Kukaiau Plantation Company, mea mo
laki mui, e huopaa i ua molaki uei, 110 ka
uhai ia o ua aeiike, oi hoi ka uku ia ole
ana o ka Kumti I'aa nine ka uku pauce i
ka mnuawa 1 hnikc ia maloko o ka I'ala
pala Molaki
Nolaila, ke hoolalia ia aku uei, o ka
waiwai, iloko o ua molaki uei c Kukala
akca ia aku ana malm puka tuabopc o ka
Keena Makai Nui ma Hilo,, Hawaii ma
ka Po.ilua la a3 o February A. I), 1904,
ma ka bora 10 kakahiakn nui.
O ka waiwai iloko o ka molaki a c
kukala ia aku ana, oia 110 nenci:
O kela ulna n pau e waibo ala ma Ku
kaiau, Apana o Hamakua, Mokupuni a
Teretori o Hawaii, a i wehewehe pono ia
hoi he aina 110 ka men i molaki aku, a
pcuei: hoom.ikn ana maka ooao Ileum
maka Alauui Aupuui; maka akati maka
aina o Uiha; maka Hikiua maka aina o
Knnla! a mnka Koinoliaiia maka aina n
Ilaili utile Pi, a o kn nui hoi he Knualima
KutnHinawalu Eka, ol nku paha n em)
mi pa in n me ua mea apan e p 11 ana
ua afna ala: a i hoike pilm ia maloko o kn
palapiln ...olaki.
.u.w,hw ...... w. .w,
Men Paa Molaki.
Ma Albert Horner ala, Ka Manager.
Ma ke Dala Gtilaa kuike, o America
Huiimin ua ka men kuai ku lilo o ua mea
e pill ana i ka palapala kuai.
No ua mea holt aku euiuaii ia Smith &
j Parsons, ua loio o kn men Paa Malakl.
1 liana in ma Hilo, Hawaii January 25,
' 1904. 13-41,
Notice.
From uud after date rents for tele
phones will be due monthly and payable
in advance.
Hn.o and Hawaii Tkmc.'iionk and
Tl.l!RAl'II Co.
E. E. RICHARDS,
1 1-4 Treasurer.
Subscribe .for the Tkiiiunk,
Island subscription $2,50.
l'KUK KKS1DKNUK 1IUKNKD.
No Mmim to Fight Hie Flro House
a Total Lous t'tirnlturiSiirftih
Thc beautiful nnd luxurious
. . .. . Mnnvintr ,n ,,,..
, . - .
I'cck was consumed by fire last
Monday morning. In less than an
hour nftcr the fire gong sounded
the alarm, "Wehikulani" was a pile
0f nslics and glowing embers,
swirlcd about -by the gusts of wind
Mew ,mrd Qvcr H0 that day
Wjth5n tmt j,our( ; fnct j nu
half hour's space, the men
who
rushed to the scene, had entered j
the house that was doomed, and
I stripped it of nluiost every vestige
!of furniture. The big yard, the
I street and the neighboring yards
t were piled high with thc rich fur-
nishiugs that made the hospitable
1 home of the Pecks so attractive.
Pictures from the walls, fragile chi
na from the cupboards, lace cur-
age resulting 'from the confusion
was remarkably small. And when
there was nothing more to be car
ried out, men still ran through the
house and with hammers removed
heavy plate glass windows and the
big front doors with the flames
curling about their heads.
Never was fire more grudgingly
yeilded its prey. Men were quick
ly on hand to cope with the fire, on
receipt of the first alarm. But they
were without the means. The gar
ret was a mass of flame and smoke
soon after it broke through the roof
and the first to arrive saw plainly
that Hilo's finest dwelling house
and one of the most hospitable
homes was to be winked out like a
straw, while eager hands were will
ing to do battle with the flames.
The crowd wanted to fight fire; the
next best thing was to save the fur
niture. This task was undertaken
with a rush. Through every win
dow and door the rooms were de
nuded of the things that had made
them a home and which had im
parted to the splendid structure the
characteristics and personal attri-
butesofthe family which lived there.
The fire was discovered by. Mrs.
Ppofc ns sho nnssod tlirmiirli Mr
, 0
Peck's room. The only persons in
the house were Mrs. Peck and two
daughters, Stella and Emily Peck,
and the servants. Mr. Peck was
absent in Honolulu. Mrs. Peck
called out to her daughters and the
alarm given by telephone. The
first or among the first men on the
spot were Castle Ridgway, Jack
Easton and E. Fuhr. They rushed
up the stairs and could see fire in
the linen closet. They then went
up the stairs leading to the garret.
They found it full of smoke and
flames which had just broken out
through the roof on the north side.
Soon after the crowd began to arrive.
All the fire hose in Hilo would have
been too short by 1500 or 2000 feet
to reach the nearest and only hy-
, lira lit ill PllllCO.
I T1 ; , , blowine 11 irafe'
from the north and live coals firom
, the fire were carrie(l severnl biocks
( ... . . ..
I away. Vigilant work on the roofs
' of the houses of E. E. Richards and
S. C. Shaw and Robert Hawxhurst,
two blocks away, prevented further
fires.
As soon as the fire had done its
work, Mrs. Peck and the Misses
Peck went to the home of E. D.
Baldwin, where they will live until
they move into the McKay house
u-hiMi vm tPtwiiM-i.,1 in Mr iwt in-
Mr. McKay in Honolulu when they
received wireless notice of the fire.
Mrs. Peck and her daughters went
through the ordeal bravely and
worried more ou account of the I
absent master of the house than
they did over the home that vanished
befors their eyes. Thc house was
Mr. Peck's especial pride. It was
built at the cost of nearly 5525,000
and in this home he had expected
to spend the rest of his days. It
had been fitted up without regard
to cost and into its arrangement and
finish had entered thc suggestion
and design of the various members
of the family. In this Jiomc Hilo
society had been received with a
generous hospitality that exceeded
artificial lines and mncje every one
who witnessed the fire, feel it in
0111e degree as a personal loss
The house was a total loss, cov-
(Cred by insurance aggregating $18,-
000, as follows
A. H. Jackson, agent: London
and Lancashire $4,000? West
chester. f,.i.ono! Nntintml. rwi. I
Niagra, $j,ooo.
Hackfeld & Co., agents:- Svea,
55.000-
1?. K. Richards, agent: Green
wich, $1,000.
V. S. Lyman, agent: Fireman's
Fund, $1,000.
Thc furniture was also insured
with A. H. Jackson for $5,000, the
companies being the Orient and
National for $3,000 and $2,000
res et'tively. In response to a wire
less telegram, A. R. Gurrey, ad
juster and representative of the
Board of Underwriters, will arrive
next week to adjust the loss. It is
not believed that the loss on fur
niture will exceed 25 per cent.
The fire started, evidently in the
walls or along the ceiling just below
the garret floor. Opinions differ as
to the source of the fire. An in
quiry was held before Judge Hapai
Tuesday at which Mr. Mocinc,
Superintendent of the Klectric
Light Co. and A. Richley, the arch
itect who built the house were ex
amined. There were other witnesses
examined. No definite conclusion
was reached.
Ulot In Korea.
SeouJ, Korea, Jan. 25. A dan
gerous riot broke out here yesterday
from an accidental cause. There
was an accident on the American
street railway, in which a Korean
was killed. The native noniilnro.
wbich retains the prejud!ce inst
the AmcrJcail innovation of rapid
transit that causcd them to wreck
' . .... ...
.carswiien rue hug wns stnrtpr n
few years ago, immediately began
rioting to avenge the death of their
countryman. The riot was prompt
ly quellcdjby the guards of the va
rious legations, which have lately
been reinforced in anticipation of
trouble under the disturbed situa
tion. In the meantime the Korean sol
diers and police took occasion to
loot the houses of wealthy natives
at Pyenzyang,
Kultlo nt Work.
Washington, Jan. 25. Delegate
Kuhio of Hawaii introduced bills to
prevent the employment of Mongo
lians 011 all public works of Hawaii
and making eight hours a day's
work for all such employment.
Appropriation bills were also in-
1 ,rr.,i,.,i 1.,, fi, ti, :.i:..
trodtiLccl by the Delegate providing
J $250,000 for a survey of Honolulu
! inr hnr ntu Cinn nnn fnr n uiirnnu nl
" " .""w .w. ...!.., J ui
Hilo- harbor and work preliminary
to the construction of the Hilo break
water.
The bill appropriating $225,000
for a revenue cutter for service in
Hawaiian waters passed the Senate
today.
!
Vladivostok, Jan. 25. Russian
marines stationed here, have coin-
mitted violent disturbances. Houses
were wrecked and maltreated.
I Chicago, Jan. 20. The Council
' has passed an ordinance which will
practically force the suspension of
all theaters during the present season.
LOOKS LIKE L'EAOE.
War Scare In Orient Is Now Ills
upponrliitf. St. Petersburg, Jan. 26. A reply
to the Japanese note will possibly
be delivered this week. The re
serves have been ordered to be held
in readiness for Far Eastern service.
Tokyo, Jan. 26. An imperial
edict has been issued assuming
control of the railways of the empire
for military purposes.
Peking, Jan. 26. China urges
the foreign ministers to propose
mediation as she is anxious to avoid
war.
Seoul, Jan. 26. The reported
lauding of Japanese at Nasampho is
untrue.
Berlin, Germany, Jan, 25. The
pievailing sentiment in the diploma
tie circles of Germany is that the
crisis has passed in the Orient.
It is believed that Japan and Russia
will be able Jo reach on amicable
understanding. War is not expected.
Dessau, Germany, Jan. 25.
Friedrick, Duke of Anhalt, is dead.
Tokio, Jan. 25. The Minister of
Finance of Japan has decided to
issue a loan of one hundred million
yen (y. 100,000,000).
London, Jan 25. Col Lynch
has been liberated without a royal
pardon, through the mediation of
Sir Thomas Lipton.
London, Jan. 26. It is rumored
that theresignatiotis of.Lausdcwne,
Londonderry atid Lord Balfour of
Burleigh are imminent.
Washington, Jan. 20. Secretary
of the Navy Moody has presented
estimates for the appropriation of
$862,375 for the development of
the Naval Station at Olongopo in
the Philippines.
Chicago, Jan. 26. The Coroner's
jury investigating the fatalities from
the Iroquois theater fire have held
the mayor, fire marshal, building
inspectors, proprietor Davis and the
employes of the theater, to await
the action of the grand jury.
Cheswick, Pa., Jan. 25. An ex
plosion took place today in the Ha
wick coal mine shortly after the day
shift had gone to work. Over 150
miners are imprisoned. Every ef
fort is being made to rescue them
from their perilous position.
Peking, Jan. 20. Prince Tuan is
ill. Prince Tuan was one ot the
Boxer leaders during the outrages
against missionaries iu China in
1900. At that time it was reported
that he had been deprived of his
place at court and had his salary as
a, minister stopped.
Berlin, Germany, Jan. 25. Re
ports from SoutlTwest Africa continue
to bring news of heavy losses in the
German settlements. The native
tribes have perpetrated terrible out
rages atid the general massacre of
settlers has created a reign of terror
among the white inhabitants.
A HOME COMPANY
CAPITAL $50,000
Organized Under the Laws of the Ter
ritory of Hawnii.
The Hawaiian
Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
Loans, Mortgages, Securities, Invest
ments nud Real Estate.
Homes Ilullt ou the Installment Plan
HOME OFFICE :
MCINTYUE HUILDING
HONOLULU, T.H.
The Hawaiian Realty and
Maturity Co., Ltd.
L. K. KENTWELL.
General Mauagcr
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