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TUESDAY, MAItCIinO, 1B8G.
ltk Klslnoro from San Francisco
Schr Canute from llilo
Tern W S Huwne for San Frnnclco
Stmr Kluuu for Windward Ports
Stmr W Q Hall for Wlmlwaid 1'oits
Stmr Iwulanl for Kutiul
Stmr Luhiia for llnnmkiia
Schr Wallele for Mnllko
Schr lleela for Koolau
Schr Leahl for llmialol
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bk Calbarleu for San Francisco
Schr Canute for Illlo
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Klslnoro, Junks
Bk Hope, I'enhnllow
Bk Cailmrlcn, Unburn d
Bk Apollo, Uroth
Bk Gluts B Kenny, Kahlcr
Bk Tycoon, Klckaley
Bgtnc North Star, Morehouse
Bktno Amelia, Newhall
Bktnc Discovery, Meyer
Bktne J A Falkenberg, dinger
Tern Henrietta, Dexter
For Kahulul, per Llkelike, March 20
Miss Florence Ollc. Ma-ler Giles.
Hon Cecil Brown, .IB Atheiton. 1 N
Makco, S Selle", Miss Bobeits, W 11
Crossmau, O 11 Collins, G Luiiard and
For San Francisco, per W S Uowne.
.March !!0 Miss Graves, C Manger, 11
O Woodke, Mrs Schraeder and child,
Sam Thompson and wife. Mrs Barns
and child, T G Snow and Mrs Babylon.
Thcbarkcntinc.l A Falkenberg, Cap
tain Cllnger, m lived yesterday after
noon, (17 days from Newcastle, X S W,
with 400 tons of coal for Irwin & Co.
The bark Elsluoio, Captain Junks,
arrived this morning, 10 days from San
Francisco with general merchandise.
The bark Hope will sail for 1'ort
Townsend sometime this week.
The schooner Canute returned from
Illlo this morning after a good trip of
101 days In all. Shu brought :i,000 bag
of sugar or 200 tons from 1'ap.ilkou.
The W S Bowne sailed this morning
for San Francisco with 12,:H1 bags of
sugar weighing 1,421,024 lbs and valued
at ru,cii3.ui. nno iuu iuuiv,oju;;iiiiiiii
of sperm oil.
While the schooner Xettie Merrill
was being towed to sea, by the Eleu, on
her last trip, the hawser got foul of the
Nettle's starboard anchor and au ugly
hole was made hi her bulwniks. The
break was temporarily repaired tills
morning until the sugar rush Is over.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin? wind is boisterous along the
city front to-day, and tho dust abund
' The Kanoa premises, at the corner
of King and Hichard streets, are
The bark Caibarien is completely
loaded, and will sail for San Francisco
The Rev. J. Bicknell has been ro
cketed third member of the Honolulu
district Local School Board.
Mkssks. Hollister & Co.'s new
advertisement, in to-day's issue, is
deserving of particular attention.
The three-masted schooner Ke Au
IIou will take bridge timber for
Waimea bridge, Kauai, next Thurs
day. The next regular vacation of the
Government schools will coinmenco
on tho Dtli of next month and extend
to the 20th.
Since tho publication of notes on
ciess in this paper tho fair six havo
taken an interest in tho game, and
are anxious to learn the intrigues of
"check" and "mate".
Tiw: leaso of stalls and tables for
ono year, at tho Fish Market, will
bo sold at auction, at tho front
entrance of Aliiolani Hale, at 12
o'clock noon, on April 2nd.
Messrs. E. 1. Adams & Co., sell
household furniture and fowls, at tho
residence of J. W. McCandlcss, Esq.,
Queen street, commencing at 0
o'clock to-morrow morning.
The birthday ot the young prince
Kalanianaole, now at St. Matthew's
Hall, San Mutco, California, was cele
brated hero by a hum at the palace
given by Queen Kapioluni, yesteiday.
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The lecturo at Kitiinmkupili
Church, last night, on "tho life ii
Hawaii", was attended by a slim and
inattentive audience. Many of the
Miwnknr'fl remarks deserved a better
Last night's atmosphere was wl
and tho trade winds active, to the
enjoyment of n modciatelydargo and
attentive company, who liotuucd with
delight to the music of tho lloynl
Hawaiian Band, at Emma Sqiuue.
Mn. Wm. Noble will deliver an ad
dress this evening, at 7 iHO o'clock, in
thu Y. M. C. A. Hall, to which men
only, and especially young men, me
invited. Ladies aie leiiuetitod to tice
their influence to iieisuado all their
.gentlemen friends to bo present.
m - - ' "
A Junk store, at tho coiner of
4.um and Hfchard streets, is a vpn
turo entirely now to Honolulu. Old
rags, empty bottles, sacks, old copper
.and brass arc among tho in tides
purchased, and for which cash is
.jmid. The Jlnu, 0. Kohl & Co., have
ttri, long o lh0 nmterinl' 8pocil.PI
mound tho city.
waste in mid
The following changes have been
liiude among School Teachers : Mr.
W. T. Lucas leaves tho Government
English School at Kttkulhaele,
Hawaii, to take charge of tho Lihue,
Kauai, School, from which Mr. H. S.
Townsend has resigned. Hov. Is.iac
Goodcll succeeds Mr. Lucas at Kukui
haele. Mr. C. H. White, late of
Iolani College, takes Miss. Lulu
More's place in the lloyal School, the
latter being about to leave the coun-
Reooption to Mrs. Mills A Splen
did Gathering and a Pleasant
The hour of 7:30 was scarcely
reached last evening until guests
were arriving at the handsome main
hall of Oaliu College, l'unaliou, for
the reception tendered by the trus
tees and faculty to Mrs. S. L. Mills,
of Mills' College, Oakland, Cal.,
which was founded by her late hus
band and herself after retiring, some
20 years ago, from the charge of
the institution now giving her an
honored welcome on the occasion of
a brief visit. Lights were placed
along the winding road from the
street through the park to the build
ings, which, with colored lanterns
hung in tho verandah arches of tho
main hall, lent a fairy-like charm to
tbe classic grove. Excellent taste
was displayed in the decoration of
tho building insido and out. Fes
toons of vines ran along the front of
the verandah j rich clusters of ferns
and foliage, gemmed with flowers,
hung in tho dooiways; delicate
passion vine, with pendant bouquets,
adorned the chandeliers ; the walls
were decked with various designs
in verdure and bloom ; while the
graceful palm leaf, with harmonious
reinforcement, relieved the corners,
and beautiful bouquets shed delicious
perfume through the apartments.
Hew W. C. Merritt, principal of
the College, and Mrs. Merritt wcie
kept busy for a time in receiving
guests, and wero aided with zest in
dispensing the hospitalities of tho
evening by Miss Spooner, of the
teaching staff, ana tne young moy
students. Following is a list of
those present, as complete as could
bo obtained : Mrs. Mills, Princess
Liliuokalani, Gov. Dominis, Hon.
C. It. Bishop, Hon. W. C. Parke
and Miss Parke, Hon. A. F. Judd,
C. J., and wife, Hon. L. McCully,
Hon. II. M. Whitney and- wite,
Hon. W. D. Alexander, Hon. S. M.
Damon and wife, His Ex. W. M.
Merrill, American Minister Itesi
dent, and wife, Itev. Ur. II. Bing
ham and wife, Itev. S. E. Bishop
and wife, Itev. Ur. C. M. Hyde and
wife, Itev. J. A. Cruzan and wife,
Itev. E. C. Oggcl and wife, Itev. A.
O. Forbes and wife, Mr. Wm. Noble
(London) ; Mr. and Mrs. Ashton,
Mr. and Mrs. Hall, Mr. Hooker,
the Misses Hooker, Mr. Holmes and
ladies, Mrs. Dorman, Mr. Jas. W.
Scovillc, Mr. C. II. Scoville, and
Mr. Campbell (United States);
Prof. Van Slyke, Prof. Frear, Hon.
Geo. W. Macfarlanc, Mr. Henry
Macfarlano and wife, Mrs. Jas. 1.
Dowsett, Mr. W. K, Castle and
wife, Mr. Henry Watcrhouse and
wife, Mr. A. L. Smith, Mr. C. M.
Cooke and wife, Mr. B. F. Dilling
ham and wife, Mr. E. U. Damon,
Mr. P. C. Jones and wife, Mrs. J.
B. Atheiton, Mr. W. W. Hall and
wife, Mr. S. D. Fuller, Mr. A. II.
Smith (Maui); Dr. Tucker and
wife, Cant, Penhallow and wife,
Mr. S. B. Dole, Mr, C. II. White,
Mrs. Hanford. Miss Hall, Miss
Lewis, Mrs. Fred. Lyman, Mrs, J.
F. Brown, Miss L. L. Moore, Mrs.
W. P. Alexander, Mr. Shaw, Mrs.
Dr. Whitney, Mr. W. O. Atwatcr
and wife, Miss Knight, Mr. A. F.
Cooke, besides many young ladies
and gentlemen, students and others.
Alter an hour's social intercourse,
Mr. W. It. Castle called tho assem
bly to order for the prepared pro
gramme, beginning with an address
to Mrs. Mills, read by Itev. Mr.
Merritt, as follows:
I)i:ak Mas, Mills: In the last
number of tho North American
Jicoieio is an article written by an
illustiious man of deeds, eiititlod,
"An Unspoken Address." 1 cannot
but feel there is an unspoken wel
come extended to you here to-night,
that ibliuer and deeper, and more
beautiful than any which can bo ex
pressed in words. I also feel wo
juo tho losers to-night, because onu
of Hawaii's most illustrious men of
deeds, our honoied vice-president,
feels that he cannot extend the
formal welcome, which he and his
fellow-trustees of tins institution
desire to have expressed to you on
this occasion. He could speak from
a personal knowledge of the work so
well done by youiself and your
honored husband when you labored
in Hawaii no; ho could welcomo
you back to this field of former
years, and mingle personal reminis
cences of those days with his expres
sions of aloha. But while I cannot
speak from tho vantage ground of
persona knowledge of, or identifica
tion with, those experiences, it is
permitted to nio to 'epcAk to ypu as
MiTwliore''lih"nsolf1vltbln the To'ysiic
circle to which you Imvo belonged
these ninny years, and as a fellmv
cutkator 1 welcome you to our Isl
and home. And hud jcu Mover
bcloro visited tlieae nnd-Pacillc
sliotes; never befoie witnessed the
beauty and loveliness of this island
gem, or experienced tho balmy soft
ness of our semi-tropical clime, it
would bo a fitting thing for us to
extend this welcomo to you in re
cognition of what you have done as
an educator on the Pacluu slope in
the United States, and the priceless
boon you and your husband have
bestowed upon the daughters of
California; yes, of the woild, in the
establishment and equipment of
Mills' Seminary and Mills' College.
We ask to add our tribute of grati
tude, and to express our apprecia
tion of the labor, tho devotion, tho
wisdom, which have marked the
history of the entire work. But no
such limitation is upon us. Wo re
joice in your achievements, but wo
welcome you for what yon have
been to us, and done for Oahu
More than a quarter of a century
has passed since you began your
labors here, and more than twenty
years since you ceased. But the
impress made by you upon this in
stitution, and upon the children of
those adys, still remains. If I have
made no mistake in my study of the
names of the students of those
years, 111 were connected with tho
College during your stay. Of the
51 boys, five are to-day members of
our Board of Trustees; three will
be members of the next Legislature,
while several others have at different
times been chosen to that fluty.
From among the boys of those years
have como many of the most success
ful planters and business men of
these Islands, as well as our best
known lawyers and physicians. The
girls of those days are the niothcis
in the homes of to-day, and model
homes they are, while their children
aie in our classes. Both parents
and children, in laigc numbers, have
extended their greetings to you in
person this evening, naming 3-011 of
the aloha they have for you. Of
those associated with you as teachers,
I think that Prof. Alexander alono
is here, a man whom the people of
these Islands love to honor for his
intrinsic worth, and large and ac
curate scholarship. But lie will be
permitted to speak for himself. The
standards of education which you
have always erected have been high.
Your desire has always been to give
a liberal education, one calculalad
to equip the individual for the full
duties of manhood or womanhood,
uniting mental power with high
character. It needs no words of
mine, in this presence, to say how
well you have succeeded. You came
to Oahu College at a time of need.
Under the wise and careful adminis
tration of your husband, it was
launched upon a career of financial
independence it had never beforo
known. We havo about us still
many of the improvements intro
duced by him. And yet the Puna
liou of to-day is much changed. I
can speak freely of these recent
changes, as they wero largel y planned
beforo I oamg, This beautiful Main
Hall is a constant source of satis
faction. The new Bishop Hall of
Science provides us with the much
needed equipment for that depart
ment. This grand piano, unsur
passed by any instrument of its
class upon the Islands it is belioved,
is the latest acquisition in the music
department and reminds mc that it
was under your administration that
Punahou become possessed of its first
piano for the uso of the school. The
recent additions to our College
Library, provided for by the genero
sity of our friends, is another im
portant factor made effective for
And ogain, we stand to-night in
the midst of our enlarged campus,
and ono we aro planning to adorn
and beautify. It will be years before
it can rival tho loveliness of Semi
nary Paik, but, with our soil and
climate, and "Knpunaliou" itself,
with its overflowing stream of water,
there is no reason why wo may not
aspire even to that in time. But I
am speaking too long, and yet I
havo not touched upon our revised
and revision is the order of the day,
you know our revised cousses of
study, or our flourishing Punahou
Preparatory Scliop, with its 100
pupils. AVe feci suru tlunu nro ,sigis
of life ami growth for you to si-c ;
nnil still wc have not yet uttiiinuil,
but wo nre pressing forward if that
we may attain to that which we
Uut I cannot cjose without a word
of reference to those you cannot
again greet upon the slioro of time.
Alexander, and Halilwin, and Damon,
awl Lyman, have passed into the
eternal life and to the zeward of the
saints since my coining. Allen, and
Conn, and Hall had gone just beforo
I came, Father Catitlc nlonu re
mains of the body of the Trustees
of your day, and he stands upon
the very threshold of that higher
and better life, but a pillar of strength
still, though no longer a member of
our Hoard. Of the others of that
day I know only their names. Hut,
who can tell if, with jour honoied
husband, who lias also joined' that
glorious oompany, lliey may not
even now ieolcc wMi in. Mpy ue
so live and diselmii:- our uuei'i, thai
when the Lord liiill t.aH. wo U
may go to bo with ukiii. ml now
into lim inid.it 01 oi' work; and !ii
the midst of this cumpiuiy of friends
we welcomu you ; not with formal
welcome, but, in memory of tho
past, In view of the present, and in
expectation of the future, wo wel
como you with a genuine and hearty
Mrs. Millls made a verbal reply
In very pleasant terms. She was
very thankful to meet so many of
her old friends, and could say truly
that of all tlicir people, v.hetlier in
California, England or Massachu
setts, none were dearer than those
of Punahou. The men and women
who had been their pupils here have
made n good record in these Islands,
tho East, and elsewhere. She was
thankful to find so good a genera
tion growing up. There wero 250
children in thu families of a hun
dred and twenty of their old pupils
in this place, which she hid been
able to trace up, besides other fami
lies of which account could not bo
got, and as a rule the' formed an
estimable portion of the communi
ties where they were placed. She
spoke of the very small nucleus in
her term there, from which the
splendid library now belonging to
the College had grown. It made
her thankful" to witness the progress,
in that and other respects, made in
the old home to which her heart so
fondly turned, and to be able to
greet bome old friends of the Col
lege before they passed away. She
would he glad to say more that she
felt, and cordially invited any of
them, when visiting the Coast, to
visit their College, that had now a
delightful man at the head of it in
the person of Dr. Sprague.
Prof. W. D. Alexander, who was
the only associate teacher of Mr. and
Mrs. Mills in Punahou present, was
called upon, and spoke of the en
during cluuacter that worthy couple
had left to the institution. It was a
matter of pride witli them that Mills'
Seminary and College in California,
instituted by former conductors of
Punahou, were going forwaul on an
increasing scale of efficiency. He
hoped Mrs. Mills would be spaied
to many more j'eniv of usefulness.
The Puliation Glee Club sing
with Hue effect, "Away, awav, the
morn is bi caking."
Mrs. B. F. Dillingham read an
oiiginal poem, entitled, "Tho Old
Home," which w.i3 heartily ap
plauded. Messrs. S. B. Dole and W. It.
Castle each delivered brief iddressies,
in which, to the great amusameiit
of their hearers, they chaffed each
other about being the "bad buys"
of the school in the time of their
honored guest. Tln also made
some of the "old girls" present
blush by telling talcs of the "Pink
Itoom Society" that nourished in
Between these speeches Miss Alice
Benton sang an operatic selection,
evincing more than ordinary musical
talent and power. Mrs. Hanford,
musical directress of the College,
played the accompaniment.
liefreshments were next in order,
which were discussed with a relish
becoming the purest ice cream and
most delicious cake. After a little
more friendly converse among num
berless groups, the gathering broke
up, everybody in evident delight at
having been present on so happy an
occasion in the annals of Punahou.
Monday, March 29th.
Before Preston, J. II. S. Treg
loan, vs. H. F. Hertleman, covenant
$200, commenced, 2Gth ; verdict for
Chas. Tocnig vs. T. II. Tucklcr,
assumpsit $12, appeal from Police
Court. W. A. Whiting, for plain
tiff, appellant, Judgment for plain
tiff. POLIcf COURT.
Monday, March 29th.
Solomona, Ihi, and Pupahoihoi,
disturbing ipiict of the night, each
forfeited $10 bail.
The usual $0 was entered against
Nnpolcoua, Pauila, Kane, and K.
Raymond, for drunkenness.
Wm. Kcala and Kmma Luka,
adultery, were fined S10 and $10,
respective! v, with SI costs each.
Koa, driving a hack without a
licence, Si'i Hue and S.'l costs,
Allen & llobinsuu vs. II. K.
Crabbe, assumpsit for $200. Judg
ment for plaintiff with costs. Several
other cases wero either continued or
settled out of couit.
Tuesday, March' JJOtli.
F. Luwlcr and Ke.ur.l!ilii, drunk-i
enness, foifeited $11 hnl each.
LizJe (w.) pleaded guilty to as,
saiilt and battery on Mena du
Santos, and was fined 1 with 611
Ah I.an, opium In possession-,
fined $50 and sentenced to haul
labor 40 days. This was prisoner's
second offeiibe; ho is a dealer in
A Southern chiropodist is worth
$15,000. It is rnr' that a man
amasses such u fortune 1'ioni achats
uot hereditary, laic
RpiPl-.. iff' itf Il -
)h .. Ul'... '-lull i
Hollister & Co.,
GEAS. HUSTACE, GROCER,
KI1VO bTKEET, : : : : Honolulu
Has received, per Steamship Geo. W. Elder,'
Smoked Halibut, Soused Mackerel, in tins, Boneless Codfish,
Kits Salmon Bellies, Eastern Codfirh In blocks, New Cheese, Dupdc Hams amI
Brcon, Keen Butter, Reus Pork, Lard, Bakor' Whole Corn. Gcrmea. Break.
fast Germ ; Oat Meal; Corn Meal j Cracked Wheat; buckwheat; Flour: tfalnd
mcssinc: uureib unvcuii; i.onmers: uysiers; sweet and Hour J'icklesjA.
ported Extracts; Uoso Water; Dates; Kuta; Balslnn; Pcnr Butter; Arrowroot
Cakes; Sihool Cakes; .Mixed Crackers; Choice Japan. Engllh Breakfast,
Comet and Blosioni Tea; Family Flour; Bran; Or.ts; Wheat; Corn; Saloon
Bread; Potatoes; Onions; hcroscnu Oil, etc., etc.
V3T Goods delivered to all parts of the city. Satisfaction guaiantccd.
271 Ijr Telephone 119.
ATTENTION, LADIES !
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On Mntnrriuy. March 7th, nud followlnc Week,
WITH A COMPLETE ASSOltTMENT OF
OV THE VEKY
08 Hotel Street,
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Pi siniM Safely Kerosene Oil 150"
aecommendod by ilie New York Board of Underwriters.
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..Slice in ll.o IICAVKU HWM'K, dueeii St. tot i.o.llelPriK lIofflcw55"
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A Largo Invoice of J. B. Brown & Son's Well-known
"SHAMROCK" Irish TaMe Linens,
Monograms and Crests inserted in Damask to order for very low rates.
Alo, D'OtlloH, Toilet Covem, fllnsH nnd Ten Clotlii, l'lllow Uncus, HiectliiKn, Printed
und I'liiln LuttiiM, llmuUHk, Huck nnd Vnncy TomcIh, Huck TowellliiK. Unbleached numr.nlc,
DrillH, Cumin to and Hemstitched UandkcichlcfH, xuitublo for IiiUIcm und gciitlcmen'it use.
Any Length Out.
Altn, mi Invotcn of IIKWAhTSIUSMNS new patterns, fant colors.
AkciiI Jor tho YOHK hT. KI.aX SPO. CO., Ltd.' Ilelfiist; J. S. lltlOW.V A SONS, llelfnRt; T
A. WOIIKMAN, UclfiiHti II. i:. I10l)Nhi:i.I..I.td.,lliidiiort, laif,'.
A number of the natives of Simla
have organized to reform the mar
riage customs of that place. They
confess to having all siudc together,
so to speak, anil ail repent at ouco.
Hy the way, It was Sir Charles
Napier, after tho victory of Mccntie,
which gavu Sindc to Knglaud, who
sent the news in a slnglo woid,
" I'mani" " havo sinned. " Tins
liuiuidcitiin took the frills out of
win, vitft, vivi, and it lias never
biagged Miice. Alia Caiifoinia.
The German census, Just taUn,
shiiwt. that the fiupiri' contains
foty-fivn towns of over .'i0,i0c 111
ll'ililtiiuN. twenty-oiie of Inch Ii.'im
inoi'u tli in ouu' liimdiud thousand
L'liulnoi'l, lii-illii, M.ig'dt'liui'g,
Chcmnlts, Niirnburg, Hamburg and
Loipic show au increase tluring the
fh'u yf'is of over 14 per cent;
C.h.'i'M jver 21 pei cent; Ke I.
11 tint ', iMi'iihoim ai.tl Cm. .r-.u'
over 1" pel. mil. ill Oaut?...' t'.u
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litHclluo (.'old Urenm.
Vmtfiliic llnlr Oil,
VMclIn" MMvlne Jlnchlno (Ml,
109 Fort Street.
Xext door to Lewi & Co.
& GO., GROCERS,
Staple & Fancy Groceries.
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OK MOllK THAN 100 YKAltS REPUTATION.
UiiNurpuMMett Tor Kxrellenee or (tnnllty,
VnMariiaHHed for Durability lu Wear,
UnHarpnNHed Tor Beauty of UcHlsnH,
Obtained IllffheNt AwnrdM, !:
MhDALS llclfimt, 1W1 anil 1870; London, 1W1,
unil (UolU) 1870; Pnrla (fiold), 117; Iiuljlln,
unit lt)72; I'lillaUulpliIn, 1876.
Tublo Clotlm from 2 to 7 yard In length, with
JiujikliiH to tnulcli.
Thu idiot o aio made of the IIKST IHISH and
Cotirtriil Flux; nin, woven und blenched In lie
lund; tho piittcniM winenlii tho Tublo l.lnen mo
di'slKiicd by HUSH AKTIbTii, who Imvo for ninny
ji-uih excelled thotiu of uny other country.
cent, whllo in Momel there has been
a decrease of nearly -U percent.
Hggs nro the only produce that
has held its own amid all the fluc
tuation of trade, liouds may go
down or up, but eggs stick. Sotr.o
years ago a dozen eggs would only
liny a yard of calico now it buy's
three. It would buy ono pound of
bacon now it buys three. It would
buy two and a half pounds of Hour
iiow it buys live. Anil to on
through the chapter. While every
thing else hub dropped, eggs havo
flood to their old high-water nmtk.
it gold gives out, a" grateful nuiiun
may ,et rnak.e iggs the Mtuitlifrd .
value. Atlanta Constitution.
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