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SATURDAY, JUNK 6, 188G.
Stinr Kliiau from WIndwaid Poitt
Stmr Llkellke from Kahiilui
Htmi' Jaa Makeo from Walanao
Stmr Walmannlo fiom Walmannlo
iJktno Eureka for Hnn Frunelco
SekrMVnieliu for l'ala
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stun- Llkellkc for Knhulnl
Stmr Dowsclt for l'ala
Sclir Rainbow for Koolau
Schr Kaulkcaoiill for Koliala
From Windward Poits, per Klnnn,
Juno 5 lion A F Jiithl, lion Geo K
Richardson, Hon J V Kulitn, Major A
itoa. a jviunoy, a mine, tv i
Hrodlc, W White, 0 X Arnold, J 31
Lldgatc, J X S William, W I, Adams,
W 11 Purvis, F Hulstoad.Dr McAllister,
Hugo Knwelo, Geo F Holmes, Mr W II
Holmes and wife", Mrs W 11 Wilkinson,
Miss llarnard, T Kaulla, wife and child,
.T 11 Jones, Mrs J Kenton, Mrs 0 A
Clinpln, Mrs S G Wilder, Mm Gn'-trtvo
Itose and child, Mrs U L Wight and :)
children, Mis M Agusta, J .1 Morehuad, S
Kelono, ICahalan, J F Testa, You Shan,
Mrs Sim Kim Lung and child, J II Mo
Kcnzlo. Miss Hoonll. MUs Laid. Miss
Klttv Harvey, Geo W Miles, wife and
child, and HI deck.
Fiom Kahnliil and by polls, per
Llkcllko. .Tune fl Capt T K Clarke and
family, J .1 McDonald. O Irwin, Itcv T
J, alitor, Mr and Mr Lux, Mr and Mrs
Sargent, Major.! D Holt, I'M lloic, O O
Kcnyon, W 1 A Hrewer, child and ser
vant, W A Whiting, J L I'urvls, W II
Cornwell, Mr liamos, Mr Han now, E II
llalley, Miss M Uailey. .Mrs W G Ashln
It W Meyer, Miss E Meyer, Miss II
Mover, M Duncan, .1 Lucas, wife and
child, and 03 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Klnau 1L',172 hags of sugar, 11
hides, -I'M goat skins and 144 pkgs
Stmr Llkcllkc 2,828 bag of sugar.
The t-tcamer Kinau WW loaded In
twenty-two hours on her last tilp.
A houso ha been built over the engine
of .the steam scow.
Mr. Tulles, lately mate, of the Makah,
lias left the ship.
The Makah will ball for San Fran
cisco on or about Tuesday next.
The J. I). Sprcekcls sailed from Ka
hnliil yesterday for San Francisco with
Tho Richard III. Is loading sugar at
tho 1 M. S..S. wharf.
The Eureka sailed to sea this morn
ing with a light E. X. E. breeze. The
captain says lie will beat the Calbailcu
to San Francisco.
The Eureka sailed this morning for
San Francisco with 7,0S7 bags of sugar
and 800 bags of i ice. Value, S:S'J,50U.
The Jas. Makeo arrived hero this
afternoon witli a load of sugar and a
broken roller from Walanae.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Music at (ho rink to-night.
Tub Custom House sign is sadly in
need of repainting.
Mits. Kanoa, widow of the lato
lion. lCnnnu, is soiiouHly ill.
Them: was a grand opening of the
new Hath House near tho Mnrinc
Railway this afternoon.
Tin: Library and Reading Room
A&sociation havo just received
volumes 17, 18 and 19 of the Ency
Mastku Willie Lyons, while play
ing baseball atMakiki this afternoon,
had his head severely cut in a colli
sion with another boy.
Resides the usual religious Sunday
Services, a consecration of the Catho
lic Mission on tho Hawaiian Islands
will bo solemnly made to tho Sacred
Heart of Jesus," by tho Right Rovd.
tho Bishop of Olba, at tho Roman
Catholic Cathedral, to-morrow, Juno
Gth, at 3 o'clock p. at., the most holy
sacrament being oxposid.
Last evening an empty express
carriago followed a spirited horso
along I'alama road, in tho direction
of Ewa, at a rate that induced people
to move- lively in getting out of the
way. Near tho residence of Hon: J.
I. Doweott tho horso shoved his noso
against a fence, the shafts of the
carriage broke, and both the horse
and the carriago decided to stop.
Mn. Geo. C. Williams, manager of
Spreckolsvillo plantation, Maui; was
arraigned before thoTolieo Justico at
Wailuku last Thursday, on a charge
of bribery: to wit, influencing a voter
in tho recent election by the od'er of
money. Ho was prosecuted by Mr.
W. A. Kinnoy and defended by
Messrs. Whiting and J. W. Kalua,
Ho was found guilty as charged, and
fined $20. An appeal noted to Cir
Tho Royal Hawaiian Band will
play this afternoon at Kinma Square,
beginning at. 4 :30. Following is the
Overture Processional Hamilton
Walt. Golden Shower Wnldtenfol
Reminiscences of Auher Godfrey
Duet Tioubadour Verdi
Gavotte Welcome Kluss
Polka Military Waldteufel
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VISIT TO LUNAULO HOME.
At tho adjournment of the Legis
lature yesterday uftornoon, two of
Dodd'a omnibuses emu djawii by
four and the other by two horses
wuro waiting to convoy the inuiiiborfl
to Lunnlilu Home. The following
nioinbuirt availed themselves of tho
opportunity: Their Kxcelloucies
John M. Kapuiia uml Paul Neu
mann; Hon, Nobles Uleghorn,
Kanoa, Kaao, Martin, uml Pinker;
lion, KoprosuntativiiH Aholo, Kaulu
l:ou, Thutston, Kauai, Katihi, Palo
him, Diokoy, I'nulinnlo, Kiiuliauu,
Nuhiiiu, Ulikuliin!, Kekon, linker,
Koftu, Kaulcau, Knulln, Nahalo,
Kiuiimmnuo, Pabin, and Dolo, tho
lnst-iminud boing in cliargo of the
party, us ono of tliu Trustees of tlio
IJoinc. Mr. W. L.Vilcox, Inter
preter, Mr. S. Nowloin, Surgcuitt-iit-Arms,
and tliu legislative reporters
of tlio 13ui.LKTix, Gazette niu J'at
Ainu, nlso accompanied tho excur
sive wisdom of the nntion. Arrived
at tiio beautiful Houm in its fair
demesne, the patty woio received on
tlio front porch by Mr. Deverill, tho
Superintendent, and wifo, and Hon.
W. (J. Parke. They wore taken all
through the building, and up into the
tower for tho magnificent view of
sea mid mountain and valley. A
visit was also paid to the artesian
well, wheic a steam engine of six
horse power has replaced the wind
mill blown down a few months ago.
Hy this motive power the tank of
95,000 gallons is llllud in thrco days
of ten hours. An abundant supply
of water for houses and giounds is
thus secured. The visitors were
treated to u toothsome lunch of bread
and butter, cake, coll'ee and soda
water, everything but the beverages
being made in tho Home. AJI agreed
in udmiiiug the order, neatness,
cleanliness, and comfort, which
make the institution a "home" in
deed to the aged wards. Mr. and
Mrs. Dovorill are evidently well
suited to their responsible and deli
cate duties, and tliu Trustees of this
monument of Lunalilo's royal bene
ficence are to be congratulated on
having secured Midi an able and
gentle administrative pair, to dis
pense tho comforts and care of the
liomo to "the aged Ilnwalians for
whom it was founded. The party
returned to town before five o'clock,
having very muclh appreciated the
CltATEIt 01' KlLAUEA, HAWAII
June 1st, 188G.
IIok. S. G. WlUlEIt.
Sir, At 7.JI0 o'clock this evening
there was seen a very bright reflec
tion shining up from the chasm of the
crater. Upon seeing it I sent the
two guides down to take observa
tions. They relumed in about three
hours and reported the reflection as
coming from molten lava. It lighted
up the whole chasm and surround
ings, thus enabling the guides to see
the bottom of tho pit. The place
where the lire has broken through is
to the right of Ilnlemaumau proper,
from one of tho holes which has been
emitting heavy columns of smoke for
the last two months. The molten la
va, being a little below the edge of
the rent, could not be plainlyseen.
The opening, which was only four or
Ave feet in diameter, has increased to
about 30 feet. The reflection is
plainly seen from tho Volcano House,
and it appears to bo very steady.
One of the guides, an authority
on volcanic action, says the fire is
too great to disappear again, and he
is confident of an increase.
Later June 2nd, at 4a. m. The
light from tho crater continued
through the night without a check,
and it seems to be getting greater.
The rent has increased to 50 feet in
diameter. The progress of the lire
and characteristic developments of
the Volcano will be caiefully watched
and, reports forwarded.
I remain, respectfully yours, etc.,
J. II. Mabv,
Manager of Wilder Steamship Co.'s
By courtesy of tho presiding Jus
ttee, we are enabled to furnish our
readers with a calendar of cases
tried at the Circuit Court of the
Second Judicial Circuit, June Term,
188C, held in Wailuku, Maui. Hon.
A. F. Judd, Chief Justice, presid
ing. Hon. A. Fornander, Local
Circuit Judge. A.Rosa, Esq., for
the Crown. Hon. Geo. E. Richard
Juno 1, 1880.
1. Rex vs. Kuahlwi, Wahino, Nae
olo and Makaolc, charged with a
riot on the liana plantation. Ver
dict not guilty. J. W. Kalua for
2. Rex vs. Chas. Bolabola, charg
ed with attempt at burglary at Pnia.
Prisoner defended himself. Verdict
not guilty. The next day the pris
oner was caught in the act of bur
glary at Spreckolsvillo and comraited
for tiial at tho next term. See
3. Rex vs. Kaahanui. Opium in
possession. Appeal withdiawn.
Fined Si0 and costs, and twenty
four hours imprisonment. W. A.
Kinney for prisoner.
1. Rex vs. Young Chin Hop,
charged with resisting Customs
olllcer. In accordance with decision
of Supremo Court. Nol. pros, en
tered. 5. Robert Plunkett vs. Kapapuni
Plunkett. Divorce granted on ground
' June 2, 188C.
0. Rex vs. Jolih D. Marlin,
charged with selling spirituous
liquor contrary to the tonus of his
license and the statute. On appeal
from Police Court of Wailuku.
There was evidence adduced that
Marlin sold eight bottles of beer,
two of whisky and ono of bitters to
J, Anderson and U. P. Anderson,
in tho evening of April 1, 1880, and
which they put, wrapped up in a
sack and took out of the saloon door
and put in their brake in the road
whero tho liquor was seized by
Olllcer Trondway. Tho statute pre
scribes that the retail license shall
not uuthnilzo tlio sale of liquor to lie
consumed off the premises, Tho
counsel for defendant moved for u
change of vuuuo on account of proju
dloo of jurors ngMnst him, vrhloh
was denied. The jury acquitted de
fendant, three dissenting. W. A.
Whiting, John IticlinnUon and J,
W. Kalua for defendant. A. Rosa
(W. A. Kinney with him), for pro
socutois. Rex vs. W. C. Crook, a school
teacher, for assault and battery ou
a Portuguese scholar by whipping
him. Tho jury, deeming the punish
ment reasonable and necessary, ac
quitted defendant. Tho defendant
conducted his own defense.
Kcx vs. Noa, chtuged with larceny
of a horse and saddle. After the
jury was sworn, the defendant
plead guilty and wa9 sentenced to
six months imprisonment and to pay
a line of $20 and costs.
Henry vs. Mary, divorce, on
ground of desertion. Partly heard
and continued. Divorce granted
tho next day.
(2'o be continued.)
Roman Catholic Catiieimiai,.
High mass at 10 A. M. Vespers at 4 :30
Kawaiaiiao Ciiuhl'H. Rev. 11. 11.
Parker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. M. Preaching at 11 a. si.
Y. M. O. A. Young Men's
class In tho parlor at U:I5a. t.
ducted by the General Secretary,
pel praise service at r.:30 P. M.
Kaumakapim Cnuitcii. Rev. J.
Walamau, pastor. Sunday school at
0:30 a. m. Preaching at 10:80 A. M.
and 7:30 p. m. Young people's meet
ing at 0 p. m.
OrkcI, pastor. Services at
the Lyceum, Nuuaiiu avenue. Sunday
school at !l:45 o'clock. Lesson: "Jesus
theJJreadof Life;" John C: 22-40.
FOUT-STUEET ClIUltCII.ReV. J. A.
Cruzan, pastor. Meeting for Hlble
study at 11:43 A. M. Public worship at
11 A. 51. Adult and infant baptism and
and the Lord's Supper will be adminis
tered. Ten persons will be admitted
to membership. In tho evening there
will bo a union service. Rev. W. C.
Mcrrltt, by appointment of the Ha
waiian Board, will preach the annual
sermon hi behalf of Foreign Missions.
Seats free and all are invited.
St. Akpkbw's Oatiiedkai.. First
Congregation. Morning prayer, 0:30
a. m. Holy communion with pennon,
9:30 a.m. Evensong with catechetical
address by the lllslmp of Honolulu at G
i. M. All seats arc free.
Second Congregation. Rev. George
Wallace. A. M., pastor elect. Holy
communion with sermon, 11:15 a . M.;
evening prayer, with sermon. 7:30 l. M.
Sunday school meets at 10 a. m. in the
Funahou Preparatory School building.
Seats freo at all services.
AimsTS' Materials, Plaques, Panels,
Stretchers, Canvas, etc., etc., at King
Bros.' Art store. JO Ct.
Cool off when it's hot. There is
no better remedy than thoso delicious
Creams, Ices, and Drinks served at
the Elite Ice Cream Parlors. -10.
HEREBY respectfully "notify my
friends and tiie public in general,
ihal I have removed my business to the
Hawaiian Carriage Manufacturing Co ,
whero I can bo found to attend to my
customers as usual. Soliciting a con.
tlnuance of their patronage, and thank,
ing the public for past favors,
I am, most sincerely vonrs,
E. G. SCHUMAN.
Honolulu, April 20, 1880. ma 1m
WOLFE & CO.
C. K. MILLER,
General Business & Purchasing AQnt.
ii lercH St., HoiolDln.
My most faithful atten ion will bo
given for tlio
Purchase ot Merchandise
in Honolulu for tliu residents of the
:t0 suveial Inlnuils of thl grmit. fly
20 Tons Bran
BW Bedroom Bets, Marble top,
6 Piano box Buggies, Full LoatherTops,
S Piano box Side bar, Leather Top, Quakor
'2 tato-top Buggies,
'A Phaetons, I.uaihcr.top, Quaker City,
To bo Bold immediately after arrival
Auctioneer and Com, Merchant,
Prnotioal Confoctionor, Fancy FnBtry Cook and Ornaniontorh
RESPECTFULLY Informs the Publlo of Honolulu uml the Islands generally
that ho initials to furnish, as soon as the needed appliance arrive, all the
Different Creams, Fruii and Water Ices
piactlcally known to htm Having made a cnntiael 1th the Woodlawn Dairy for
a constant supply of their eelutratert Cream, will mpnh 111- cii-Ioiiutb with more
than fifty illll'oicut kinds Fancy Creams, Tootle Fmlty, Snullles and many more
too numerous to mention here, all oT winch lie has had practicnl experience with
at the Imperial Courts of Vienna and the Loyal Ci nfcctloncry of D.ivarln. All
sltatn.poWtT-iiiiule articles In this Hue arc far superior to any hiind.nnidc.
Proprietor Pioneer Stcnm Candy Factory and Ornamental Confectioner.
FACTORY AND STORE No. 71 Hotel Mreut, between Fort and Nuuanu Sts.
' Both Telephones, No. 74.
P. S. Special arrangements made regarding Prices for large orders, which It
will ho impossible for any "no else to conipelo with.
The Public will Find it to Their
ADVANTAGE TO ORDKIt
F, Horn's Steam-Made Creams,
Fruit, Claret, Madeira, Melon, Mllle Fruit,
Champagne, Maraehlno, Nuoui and any other Water less desired.
Proprietor Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and Practical
NOTICE . I
SBMI.ANNUAL MEETING OP
tho Board of Trustees of the
Queen's Hopiinl, will be held ut the
Koom of the Chamber of Commerce on
Wednesday next, the Uth June, lSfid, at
1 p. m. Per ord'-r
P. A HGI1AEFKR,
Honolulu, Juno lth, O 40 41
A GERMAN LADY, recommended
jrV. by Profeor II Merger, dcMteUo
give lessons in Piano And Singing to
young Ladles and Children. Apply at
!U0 tin. No. :i'3 Llllha street.
The White House,
3Vo. 118 Nutinnu Street,
Private Family Hotel,
Terms Reasonable. FIrstClass
MRS. J. VIERRA, Proprietress.
ARE NOW RUNNING EVE11Y
Afternoon and Evening, begiuuliig
t 4 o'clock. These pleasant means of
Recreation are now ready for the diver,
si on of the public at the
Corner Queen & Richards Sts.
Only 10 cents a ride of live minutes. A
great nervo invigorator.
C. B. & F. LTJCTWEAKO.
On WEDNESDAY, Juno 9,
at 10 o'clock, a.m., at the residence
of T. II. Davies, Eq , Nuuanu
Valley, on aecouiitof depar
ture, wo will sell at pub.
Plato Glaa Pier Mirrors.
BW Parlor Sot, 'in Silk,
French Marblu Clock.
French Walnut Ohrllonlor,
French Walnut Tables,
Velvet Plush Tables,
Revolving liook ltnck,
1 Upright Grand Piano,
Cornices and Curtains, '
Oak Extension Dining Tabic,
Oak Dining Chairs,
China Dessert Service
Decorated Dinner Service,
An assortment of Glassware,
Iron and Ilrasi Hedstcads,
Oak Dressing Case,
' Mirror Front j
An anbortmuni of Table Linen.
Phaeton, Australian Saddles, Sets of
llarrtss, Lawn Mower, Garden
t?T Tho premium will ho open for In.
motion onTUi:8l)AV, .lunn 8lh, from
10 o'clock a m. to II o'clock l'.Jt.
E. P, ADAMS
PnnPnnKnnii. 1.1.1 9
UUUlUbblUUUA I L
A DIVIDEND of Twenty Dollars per
Share will ho due and payable to
the Stuckholdeis of tho Haiku Sugar
Coinp.my at tlio otllrn of the Agent,
Castle & Cooke, Juno lht. Par value of
shares, $."l)0 each.
Honolulu, May .11, 1880. 4alw
In 25-1 b. Kits,
Just received by Caibarlcu, and for
CASTLE & COOKE.
Barbor and Hair Dresser,
tNxt door to Adler'a Root and
,' Shoo Store,
IS" V VA.TS U H'-TKISE-X".
MacNeale & Urban
Flao Assortment Arrived,
Regs to inform the Public In general
thai he has received an
of Ladles', Gents' and Children's
Boots, Shoes &
Base Ball Books,&c.
llasu Hall Guides for 1880,
Playing Jtules of Iho National League,
Art of Hatting and Hiifc Running,
Art of Pitching and Fielding,
BATS AND BALLS,
For sale at T. O. THRUM'S.
Just received per recent arrivals, an ox.
cellunl afcsoitinciit of tlal Letter, Cap,
Demy, Medium and Folio papers for
blank forms, or blank book work. Abo,
Perfection Linen and Marcus Ward's
plato finish folio. Also,
Japanese Vegetable Parchment,
superior o animal parchment for pen
wmk or priming, liud tough as leather.
Jay Stationery and Bindery orders
faithfully attended tout
t. a. Tiiiui.tr.N,
iillO lm 100 Fort street.
XX I'.otmtMpH'iiro of having been burned
out I beg to notify my friends niul
tlio puhllu In goiu'iT.I, that I havu re
moved to 10i) .Niiiinuu street, next to the
Coimmirulal Hotel. Coffee and Lunch
at all hoiird, iih before,
U32 liu THOMAS MULPOON,
ijim qt jiLiiuii!uai liiuia
KccolvrdexAm-tialln. a Largo and Klcnnl
BBS "0,'l Slioe? of all rmc A I
Gents' and Boys'
CHAS. HUSTACE. GROCER,
King Street, between Fori and AltiUeu Slreels,3iEiEl
HAS RECEIVED, PER AUSTRALIA,
Smoked Salmon, Smoked Halibut, IlnmhIliron, Hlock CotllHi, Kit and tlni-Sal.
man J?cllle, kegs Huttcr, Cala Cheec, keg Pleklos keg Pig Pork, Table Ral.
sins, Figs, Almonds, Walnuts, Spiced Href, 11am d Chicken, Lunrh Tongues, Chip
ped Ueof, cases Oysters, Sardine, Sea Foim Crackers PI cur, llran, Wheal, Oats,
White Caitllc Soap, Granulated Sugar, Cube Sugar, Powdered Sugar, Oeimea,
Breakfast Genu, Cliolre Teas, French Peat, etc. Abo.
"Good Night" find Palnco Brands Keroseno Oil.
All at Lowest
market rate') and Satisfaction tiiiarantced.
"-Arenbw propan-d to furnish in quantities to suit purchasers
Taro Flour, in bags of 5 lbs. each,
Packed in suitable containers for tiaushlpinenl between the Nlauds and for
foreign shipment. Special orders will by recched and packed in any stylo re.
The Accnts have constant! v on hand a STOCK of this CBI.r.P.KATKD ARTI.
CLE, and will liu pleased to furnish consumers 'ultli pamphlets containing dlrcc
lions for ue.
Orders can bo sent to
WM. G. IRWIN c Co.,
Agents for tlio Hawaiian I land.
New Goods, Just Received!
Shelf Hardware, Locks, Knobs, Padlocks,
A full lino of Agate Ware, Hout-o Furnishing floods, Khl.3 Jc Jewell' Refrigcra
tors, Water Kilters and Coolers, Ice Chests, White Mountain lee Cream Freezers,
now pattern ; Easy Lawn Mowers, Door Mais, Garden ami Canal Harrows, Axe,
Hoe, Pick and Fork Handles,
Socket and Planters' Hoes, a Superior Article,
Cut-down Muskets, Powder, Shot and Cips,
Fence Wire and Maples, .Manila and Sisal Rope,
Tho latest novelties In Lamp goods, the very Rest and fecund grade Kerosene Oils,
Uerry Uros. Furniture Varnish. For sale ni loweht nuirktt rales by
The Pacific Harflware Ccip'y, Limitefl
79 & 81 Kil
JEntrnnce IV0111 Itlujr ml MoreIuint &tH.
Svcry description of work in the above
- Also, Horse Shoeing a Specialty.
tar Ilell TcIcihone, 1C7. "Wl
P.O. BOX 3 IS.
Real Estato Agent,
or's Steamship Agent,
Honolulu Fire Department
Annual Election of Engineors
'pilBEUoilon of Knelneers will tako
X place ni tho KNU1NK 1IOOM of
Mechanic Knglne Company No. 'J,
On Monday Evening;, Juno 7, 1880.
Polls open at 7 o'clock and clono at
1ST Tho several Company Secretaries
ar hereby requested to hand in their
lists of membirslu good itaiiillug tir
foro 13 o'clock noon of said dav. Per
ordor, II I3NRY SMITH,
Cliiilriniiii of Election,
JAMK8 V. MOUOAN, J Tll,lra
; n jvraBssrsgq
Mork of Min-rn and Children's Spring
mi, a Sphuuid Mix k of
Boots and Shoes.
3TP. O. llor H73;
& TAEO CO.
.. -. .
M Hose Premises,
lines pcrfoiiiilU in a llrst.class manner.
Z3T llcll Telephone, 107. f8
Honolulu, XX. 1.
CiiMnm House Urokcr,
Manager Hawaiian Opcm Houc,
, Fire ami Life Insurance Agent.
All Special Orders
lift, Butter or Cream
at DAVIS ,t WU.DKU'S
phonu l!l0)any ino'iilng
bo tilled with rctiHinablo
prouiitius by ihu
Dairy & Stook Comp'y,
A DIVIDEND of Five Dollars per
Share will bedim ami pajabloto
tliu (Stockholder of tho Giove Ranch
Plantrtion on June Ut, at the olllcu of
the Agents, Castlo & Cooke.
.1. II, ATIIEUTON, Treasurer;
Honolulu, May ill, 18(l. IU lw
pi as von sale.
A Fi:V CIIOICR miall
1'IOS, III fur reading,
A'n, a few ii'iolrii Duroo
Pigs, for briieillnu iur-
" LUNAL1I.0 110MK.
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