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W. S LUCE,
Wine and Spirit iVIes-chant,
Campbell Block, Merchant Street,
Best Brands of Ales, Wines, Spirits, etc,
in tho City, imd oilers same for snlu nt lowest liguies!
"Dolmonico" Champagne, "Cochot Blnnc" Champagne,
Vouvo " Cliquot" do., " Ch. Ftirro" do., and othor good brands,
" Century ' Whiskey by the gallon or dozen ,
Celery, Beef and lion, Pacific Congress Water; Js'ai.n Soda;
Apollluaiis Water. Clyxutc; Belfast Ginger Ale; Cider;
bcotch, Irish niul Kentucky Whiskies; Itinndlcs or all grades,
Ales, Beers' and Stout, assorted Brands,
CALIFORNIA WINES, 20 DIFFERENT KINDS.
86T All goods delivered promptly to auy part of the City- Great care tnl;cu
tu pricking and shipping to other Island
Hell Telephone, -4-15;
Mutual Telephone, -118;
1 O. Box, 070.
30 JOYS !
Ui Us e
Ninth Great Inventory Sale at the Trailing Millinery
House oi'Chas. J. Fisliel.
Items or s-peeial interest to lluyers ol betis-onahle
Dry Goods, Clothing, Millinery,
Uootw niul SlioeN, Hals tmcl Capw, o(e.
Wc have just received t)0 days later than
contract calls for, a large invoice of
the very best make of Ladies' French
Kid Shoes. By reason ot tbeii late
arrival we have notified tbe nianuf.ic
tnrer llrat we shall tell them on his
ueeount nt just OXE.HALF of the In.
This Sale will continue until the entile
Stock lias been disponed ol.
Our 87 Shoes will be sold foi only
4 83. '
Dunne; the next IJO days we will sell our
$7 50 Favorite Jersey for only
Our $5 Jersey for only $3,
Our $3 75 Jersey for only $2.
50c. on the SI.
Our entire line of all wool Duss Goods
in plaids, stripes the newest patterns
will lie sold at r0c on the ..l.
A special feature in our Dh'm Goods
t .ai nu tin ui,;, ivitS Will ne tne
40 Pieces of Silk Brocades at 50c. a Yard,
former price, SI.
This is the greatest bargain presented
by us this season in colored Dress
50c on the 1.
Embroideries nud JLiiivcm,
Over 200 new patterns have been add.
ed to ourall-ieady immense stock.
Fine Straws, Flowers,
AND A KUI.I. LINK Ol'
TMMMi:i AND UKTU1MMICU
Our 8 Parasols for s l l.-.
Our $0 Parasols for $ ;fi
Our n Parasols for Aa S."i.
Our $3 Parasols for 3.
We iiavc a few Children' Paiasols
which wo will offer for 50 cenN each
Remember, this Sale is only for 30 days !
Call Early and Secure your Bargains.
The Leading Millinery
One Trial will
Great Reduction in the
A Novelty in Honolulu !
From this day and hereafter V, HORN will bo prepared to furnish Jiu
First Steam-made Ice Cream,
which ho guarantees to b FAR SUPERIOR to Cream made by hand,
and which he will ecll nt tho following i educed prices, impoiblo for
otlutis to compete witli of tho same quality:
1 to 2 Gallons, .... 33.50 por Gallon
O tO 5 - - . . .3 QQ i( It
e to 10 " - . . . r 2;50
10 or More at Special Rates.
Retailers and Roslniiiauts Mipplled on piivato terms and full iiieasuio guaranteed
Has made special iirraiigempnts with tho Woodlawn Dairy and vouches that all his
Creams will bo iniidu frojn tho Ci earn of that cclebrattd Dairy, unless ordered
otherwise. Ladies and Gentlemen wishing to enjoy n dish of delicious CREAM
Mich ua only a pincticul and experienced Confectioner can make can bo accommo
dated in a coy, cool and comfortable room, at the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
No. 7 1 Hotel, between Nuuanu and Fori Streets.
(ST Parties wishing to bupply themselves with Ico Cream Tickets can buy J for SI
85 Cash, nt the Store. -a
rnn Tim v,r. n -mf i. . hthtthtii rrrsavfuT-im mwanpn- ....ai-wnir,-! jr, --ftr
f -100 1 m
30 DD.A.YS !
CARTWR1GI1T & WAREX'S
for Ladies, Gents and ( hildren at
EOc on the $i.
Our (iSc llalbiiaitn Vest Is e.Mra good
No such opportunity to purehsi'-e these
world.rcnou ned goods at half price
an possibly oietir again this season.
168 Gouts' $ST
Coat, Vest and Pant3 for only $6 90.
The Greatest Bargain ever oflcicd in
123 Boys' Suits for $4.37 1-2,
FORMER PRICE, 7 60.
These ate all tiimnied nicely and well
lfiTyards of Choice Piints for SI.
10 yards of if wide Cotton for'$l,
14 yards of Unbleached Cotton for SI,
412 do, of Gents' tine Neckwear, n't 50c
on the 1,
118 doz of Gents' Summer Undershirts
at 25c each, worth 50c.
Gent's White Shirts
Wc claim to haves the lareest and
most complete Stock in this city, the
very best make and tho very lowest
Kvoiy Shirt wai ranted LINEN
BOSOM, LINEN CUFFS and GOOD
Our 2 50 Shirt we will sell for t!0
days only at sj .15 Cach, whenever
bought by single one or 10 dozen nt the
M0 do of Mackinaw lints at ilOc each,
Our 2 50 Hats we will sell at SI 05,
EST Come nnd look at thec Hats and
you cannot lc-ist from buying.
Our entire line of Hosiery will be sold
at 50c on Die $1.
Infants' Shoit Dresses, Cnmbric-Nan-
fook ttylishly made and trimmed
from 50c up.
The ladies will Appreciate the fol
Arascne, at 25c a do, former price, 50c.
Chenille, at 25c a do, fonner price, 50c.
Our S5, St ilm $3 p,p0m8 will lie
sold during tbe next 30 days for $1 CO
House, corner Fort nnd Hotel streees.
Convince You !
Price of Ice Cream !
)u ntt$ lUtn.
FRIDAY, AUGUST 20, 1886.
1.10I1TIKTH DAY. COXIIKUr.D.
Tiii'Ksn.w, Aug. mtli.
Tho committee resumed nt 1:50.
Sec. 28, (itnondlng hoc. Gl, pro
vides for tho appointment by the
Governor, with the approval of the
King in Cabinet Council, of n sue
ccsbor to any collector who shall die,
or have any disease rendering him
incapable of duty.
Rep. Thurston moved to amend
by giving the appointing power to
the Minister of Finance.
Rep. Ilayselden said the section
was little different from the 12th,
Rep. Aholo moved to strike the
section out, as being an unnecessary
alteration of the law. Carried.
Sec. 2fl amends sec. 08 to read as
follows: "Real property belonging
to the King or Queen, to the Gov
ernment, to the Hoard of Education
for the use of schools, to incorpora
ted or private schools, to the
Queen's Hospital, to religious so
cieties for church sites and burying
grounds, such church sites and
burying grounds not to exceed five
acres in extent, shall be exempted
from taxation. Personal property
belonging to the King or Queen, or
to the Government, to the Board of
Education for the use of schools, to
incorporated or private schools, and
to the Queen's Hospital is also ex
empt. Provided always that the
tax of three ci witters of one per
cent hereinbefore imposed upon pro
perty shall be collected only upon
property in excess of the value of
three hundred dollars, bo the same
real or personal. Provided, how
ever, that no exemption shall be al
lowed from the properly of corpora
tions, companies, estates of deceas
ed per-ons, or non-residents, and
the exemption of three hundred
dollars, under the provision of this
Act, shall be allowed in but one dis
trict of the Kingdom, and that dis
trict shall be the one in which the
property owner resides."
Rep. Ilayselden moved it pass.
Rep. Castle suggested that the
two last sentences be struck out, as
their provision amounted to nothing
Rep. Ilaj'sclden would not con
cede the point, but said the lion,
member could move his amendment
if ho chose.
.Sec. ."0 repealing all acts and
parts of acts contlicting with this
act, was passed, after striking out
provisions relating to this period's
assessors and collectors, those pro
visions having survived their objects.
Sec. 31. This act shall take
effect and become a law from and
after the date of its approval.
Rep. Aholo moved to insert a
blank date for the act to come into
effect, which 'carried.
The title was amended to corres
pond with the bill as it had passed
the committee, and then the enact
ing clause was passed.
Rep. Ilayselden moved that the
committee recommend the house to
refer the bill to the Revision Com
mittee. Rep. Castle moved in amendment
to refer the bill to a select commit
tee, consisting of the lion, member
for Honolulu (Ilayselden), which
was accepted by Hop. Ilayselden
Rep. Dole said there was a bill to
amend sees. 58 and 59 of the tax
law of 1882, which could not have
been considered with the bill just
passed, because those sections were
not mentioned in the latter. He
now moved that the committee take
up the bill in question,
The Chairman doubted if that
could be done without permission of
Rep. Castle moved the committee
rise, which carried, and the report
of committee was adopted by the
Rep. Castle moved the house take
up the tax bill introduced by Rep.
Rep. Dole read the report of the
select committee, recommending the
inn pass wiin amendments submit
ted: together with a minority re
port, recommending the indefinite
postponement of the bill. (The
majority report was signed by
Messrs. Dolo, Kaulukoti, Kiuma
mano, Bishop and Aholo; tho
minority, by Messrs. Ilayselden and
Neumann). The bill provides for
the collector suing delinquent tax
payers in any Police or District
Couit, nnd for tho imprisonment of
able-bodied tax-payers who fail to
pay their personal taxes, to work
them out at the rate of ilfty cents a
day. The introducer said the bill,
if passed, would lepeal the law of
distraint for taxes, and enable sum
mary proceedings to be taken
against those who did not pay their
Rep. Ilayselden moved tho indefi
nite postponement of the bill, as it
would be impossible to collect the
taxes, paiticularly in Honolulu,
without dlsliaint. Tho goods were
not sold, when distrained, without
an order from the Court.
Ho understood that the hon.
member for Lalminu (Mr.
Aioo) intended to move an amend
ment providing for tho collection pf
personal taxes on demand, which
could not be done under the present
Kep, Thurston was In favor of tho
bill in both Us points. It seemed to
him that tho Into Attorney-General's
argument against distraint for rent
applied equally against distraint for
taxes. That argument was that dis
traint was n harsh recourse, one that
was provocative of bitterness and
even violence against the olllcer ex
ecuting tho writ, lie knew scarcely
a case where the law of distraint for
taxes was put in force, owing to its
very obnoxious nature. This bill
provided for catching the Chinese,
who were, from their nomadic
habits, the greatest shrinkers of per
Minister Dare was opposed to tho
bill, first, because it amended the
law of 1882, Hint infallible measure
which had been the basis of so much
eloquence for the past three weeks
or thirty days. In the next place,
it required the collector to sue the
Chinese in the courts for their taxes,
and his experience with the Chinese
was that they would not pay their
taxes without compulsion. The
first effect of this law would be to
involve the tax collectors in about
two thousand suits throughout the
kingdom. Lawyers know that every
case would have to he brought
separately. In many districts there
would be no attorney to represent
the Government, and the Chinese
would club together to maintain a
test case, and if a ilaw was found in
the assessment the taxes might lie
lost to the Government.
Rep. Brown was not in favor of
abroagting the authority for the col
lection of taxes by distress, but he
was in favor of tho means provided
in this bill for enforcing the
payment of personal taxes. Prob
ably a quarter of the Chinese
in the kingdom escaped taxa
tion. In his district there were
only two roads formuig exits, and
he had seen an olllcer stationed on a
chair in the middle of each road to
stop Chinamen who could not show
.a tax receipt. He was at a loss to
know how to amend the bill so as to
avoid its faults and preserve its
Rep. Kaai liked the bill, but
thought it was incomplete, while
the collector, on being refused taxes,
was getting a writ for the arrest of
the delinquent, the latter might
easily get out of the way. It would
be necessary to empower the col
lector to arrest a taxpayer sum
marily without a wait. While tax
collection was going on the Chinese
were continually moving about' to
Rep. Brown moved an amendment
to the bill, to retain the power of
collection by distress, and to make
a warrant unnecessary to the col
lector, in bringing a delinquent bc
for the court.
Rep. Pacbaole favored the bill.
Rep. Aholo said it was a very dif
ficult matter to collect taxes ffom
the Chinese. He intended to have
introduced a law to authorize asses
sors to collect taxes when making
their rounds. At present collectors
detained Chinese and others at ports
contrary to law and were thus mak
ing themselves liable to actions for
damages. He moved an amend
ment that, where there was no prop
erty to levy on for personal taxes,
the collector could, between the 1st
day of November and the 30th da3r
of June, order any constable to
arrest the delinquent and take him
before a Police or District Jus
tice. Rep. Ilayselden withdrew his mo
tion in favor of the amendment of
Rep. Brown did likewise.
Rep. Dole did not think the
amendment would' effect its object,
as it only gave power to collectors
oyer persons assessed in their own
districts. If the house was opposed
to the abolition of distraint, then
Rep. Brown's amendment would be
the proper thing. This was a ineas
ut o that he thought would catch all
the wandering Chinamen.
Remarks were made by Reps.
Ilayselden, Kauhl and Thurston.
Noble Bishop said a substitute
bill could not be moved at this
Rep. Brown moved the bill be
laid on the table, which carried,
lie then moved the house adjourn
till 10 o'clock to-morrow, and tho
house rose at 4 o'clock.
Continued on page 2).
FICHT WITH A LYNX.
A few nights sinoo n man named
.Scarborough was left alone nt ono
of tho camps of Goldberg's limn
kiln, on Castle creek. As Indians
or thieves do not infest that region
he retired without fear, nnd wrapped
in his blankets nnd slumber was
soon dreaming of fairer scenes
than the evcry-duy labors of life.
All dreams must come to an end,
and his were interrupted in a rather
startling manner, by the appearance
and onslaught of a lynx, which
jumped upon him. By an accidental
motion ho managed to catch the
ferocious animal by the throat, and
fastening his strong lingers around
the windpipe of the brute, he hung
on with the desperation of n fight
for life, Tjio blankets protected
him somewhat from the struggles of
the brute, and in a fow minutes ho
had the satisfaction of feeling that
the animal was in death's throes,
The lynx was a large ono and its
skin remains in enmp as n trophy of
the adventure. It is very rarely
that these animals, which are larger
than the wild-cat and smaller than
the panther, will attack a hunmn
being, but that they aro an enemy
which campors may well fear, tins
incident amply illustrates. Phoenix
A. T., Gazette, June 10.
A story of n country parson's in
dependence will bo appreciated by
thoso annoyed nt late comers to
church. A man camo into church
lato and started, with squeaky boots,
to wall: the whole length of the sido
gnllery. The pastor, who was pray
ing, slopped .suddenly, opened liis
eyes, and, pointing a long finger to
the disturber, said: "You sit down
rigiit where you aie." Ho then re
sumed his prayer.
A pale-faced, thoughtful, melan
choly youth went up to the attrac
tive bar at the Providence depot the
other day and said: "What have
you got to drink?" The bar-tender
"sized him up" with a glance, and
reckoned that he was a theological
student on his travels. "AVc've got
ginger ale, lemonade, acid phos
phates, root beer, soda water "
"Have, eh?" said tho pale-faced
youth. "Well, give me somu rum
and molasses, quick!"
We Bhould Blot Out Disease
in Its Early Stages.
The dhcasu commences with a slight
derangement of the stomach, but, if
neglected, It in time inwilvcs the whole
frame, embinolng the kidneys, liver,
pancreas, and in fact the entire gland,
ular system; nnd the allllcled drags out
a misciahlo existence until death gives
lellef from sutl'tiing. The diseaso is
often mistaken lor other complaints;
hut If the leader will ask himself tho
following questions he will be able to
detcimine whether lie himself U one of
tho alllieted: Hae I distress, piin, or
dilllculty in In entiling after eating? Is
theru a dull, heavy feeling, altemied by
dtowsine-s? lluu the eyes a jellow
tinge? Does a thick, sticky mucous
gather about the gums and tcetli in the
mornings, accompanied bv n disnirrcc.
able taste? Is the tongue coatid? Is
theru naln in the sides and back t la
-there a fullness about the right side ns
u uiu uvcr were enlarging? is there
vertigo or dizzii.e-s when rising sud
denh fiom nn hoiizontal position? Aic
the secretions from the kidnejs highly
coloured, with a deposit utter standing?
Does lood feimenl soon after eating,
accoiniianie.l hy llatiikiiee or belching
of g.is Irom the stomach? Is theie fie
quenl palpitation of the heart? TIicm'
vai lou symptoms may not be piesent at
one time, but they toi incut the sull'erer
in turn as the dreadlul disease pro
gi Csses. If the tase he one ot lnn
standing, there v. Ill bo u iliy, hacking
cough, attended altci a time by expec
toration. In very advanced stages the
skin assume-, u dirty brownish appear
ance, and the hands nud feet arc covered
by a cold sticky peispiration. As the
liver and kidneys become more and
more dltened, lheumatic pains appear,
and the usual treatment piovcs entirely
unavailing against the hitter agonising
disoider. The origin of this malady is
indigestion or dyspepsia, and a small
quantity of the proper medicine will
remove the disease if taken in its iucip
iency. It is most impoitant that the
diseaso should be promptly nnd properly
treated in its fnt stages, when a littlo
medicine will effect a cuie, and even
when it has obtained a stiong hold the
coirect remedy should be persevered iu
until eveiy vestige of the disease is
eradicated, until the appetite has return
ed, and the digestive organs restored to
a healthy condition. The surest and
mot elfeetual remedy for this distress
ing r omplaint .is "Scigcl's Curative
Syrup," a vegetable piep.nation sold by,
all chemists and nuliciiie vendors
theoughout tho world, and by tho pro
piietois, A. J. White, Limited, London,
E. C. This Syrvp strikes at the very
foundation of the disease, and drics it,
i oot and branch, out of tho system. Ask
your chemist for Seigel's Curative
"Eust.slieet Mills, Caiiibii.igc-hcath,
"London, E. U., July JMtli. 1882
"Sir, Jt gives me great pleasure to be
able to add my testimony in favour of
your valuable Syrup as a curative agent.
1 had suffered for some length of time
from a severe form of indigestion, and
the long train of distressing symptoms
following that disease. 1 had tried all
possible means to get relief, by seeking
tho best medical advice. I bad swallow
ed suillcient of their stuff to lloat a man.
of-wnr, so to speak, but all to no avail.
A friend of mine, coming on the scene
in tho midst of my suffeihigs, brought
witlt him a bottle of your Scigcl Syrnp ;
lie advised me to try it, stating he felt
confident it would benefit me. Beinir
weary of trysng so many drugs, I con.
demned it before tiial, thinking it could
not possibly Jo mo any e;ood, but ulti
mately determined .o take the Syrup.
After doing so for a short time it work,
ed such a change in me that I continued
taking it for nearly two months, nnd I
then felt thoroughly cm ed, for I have
discontinued its use for five weeks, and
feel in the best of health, and can par
take any kind of food with case and
eomfott. 1 am therefore thankful to
you that, through tho instrumentality of
your valuable medicine, I am restored to
the state of health I now enjoy. Yours
truly, W. S. tfoitsTEit.
"To Mr. A. J. White."
Those who nro in tho "Asthma
Funiaco" should lose no time in obtain
ing relief by the use of "The Rosing,
weed Tar Mixture;" but do not use the
medicine unless you will follow all tho
directions "to tho letter."
Poor Asthma sufferers, who nro
strangers to "tired Nnturo's sweet
ietoier, balmy sleep," should inako uso
of "Tho Roslnweed Tar Mixture." Quiet
refreshing sleep will follow its uso.
wnienoo .House, London Stile, Cms
wlok, "Febiuary 17th. 1882.
"Messrs. Wnito nnd Co., London.
"Gentlemen, It Is with uicnt pleas,
nro that I add my testimony to tho
wondeiful effects of Sclgol's Syrup. For
years I mid been suffei lug from bilious
attacks, which began with giddiness;
then a mist would conic heforu my eyes,
so that I should not bo able to recognise
any one or anything at the distance of a
yard or two fiom my face. This would
bo followed by excessive trembling of
my knees, so that I could not stand
without support; after which a severe
hendueho would occur, lasting often two
or tlneo dags. 1 havo tiled various
lemediesfor t()eso distressing symptoms,
hut iiutl I tried t-'elgol's tviiii I had no
rollef. Siuco' then I havo Imd excellent
health li every respect, and If ever I
feel a headache coming on I take ono
douo of the Syrup, which arrests It.
Hoping that this testimonial may bo tho
melius of inducing others (who suffer as
I used) to tiy the Syrup, as I feel sure
they will leeelve speedy benefit and
ultimately bo cured, I beg to lemalii,
"A, II. HoivroN."
Sclgpl's Oporutlug Pills puivent 111
effects from ex coss In eating or drink
ing. A good doso at bcd-tiuio renders
a person fit for busludss In the morning.
If you have Asthma use1 'The lloslnwccd
" TEMPLE OF FA
OS & C5 Fort Street, opposite Sprcckols' Banlc.
81'KOIAL NOTICEOi, monso Stock, Just received by last steamer, includes
lcs Misses' nnd Children's Underwear, which wn nii'nr ..i n. ,. . ,
Great Bargains in all kinds otm?
L CLAIM that wo carry tho lamest Slock In STAPLE DRY GOOOS Rr.i, ,
Calico, Lawns B cached and Unbleached Cottons of the "brat liVniuls Sl.re n,"
in all widths Table Linen, Napkins nnd many more art ioleVtoo n mmoroii- tS
mention. All the above articles will bo sold at BEDROCK, ami " iec in low
f P'-'ccs will be made on all Goods sold by tho piece. ' ' clnl low
fiOO Pieces of Mosquito Netting, best qunlity, nt n Reduced Price.
n7itAri, i JiV; ; v.i' " K"u" 4""i
,.,iim HEff BA.RGAINS-A largo line of
i.i i'ciuiu VUiy lOW.
Now Within Your Reach.
You'll Never Get a Better Chance
to Buy Ladles', Misses', Children's nnd Infnnts' Underwear.
Kibuons, Hibbons, Bibbons, at Bcduccd Prices.
Just received, a large line of Ladies', Gents', Misses' and
wiuS0 Kdn?SnTJC5!Sft caso nnd satisfy crlliCrt1 nml closc buycrSi
S. COHN & CO.,
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KEOE1VED, THE FINEST LINES OF
HATS, CAPS, ETC., ETC.
latest Styles nml Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repeated and special request, a small invoice of the finest hnnd-made
Obtainable in tho
Elegant Stock of Misses nnd Children's Spring Heel
sizes. Also, a Splendid Stock of
Cents' and Boys'
JL - ijfWK 1 "MlBlBt 11
Viol isaflEnHB H 103 Fort street' ft
H. E. MclNTYRE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
EAST CORNER FORT AND KING STREETS.
Fresh rKii?i! "ceived by every Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe
and oSrfi ?& rioduco by overy Steamer. All orders faithfully atteiled to
SSd s?Uf"Ti,r8d toanr'p?n?,t thecltyfreoof charge. Islanil orders "oil"
cited. Satisfaction guaranteed. Post Office Box 145. Telephone No. 03 108 :iy
P. O.'Box 297.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
Importers & Dealers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on tho way. Just received-Keys Bauer Kraut, kecs Hoi-
HnlLI.ICr1r,1,,,fl9' k,Cfc's ''? "6S Gwinnn Pickles, kegs Mixed piokfw, WU
Salmon Bellies, kits Mackere , kegs Family Pork kees Corned 1W ' Wnr
fine lot of New Zealand and Portland Peachblow Potatoes nlwnvs on hand
The very best of ISLAND BUTTER. nlnn.v w,, 11?.' "A?. UV,nyB on l,on(K
1'riccM low and Sntitrinction tiwtrtuitceil.
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Importer and Dealer iu
stoves; chandeliers, lamps,
CROCKERY, GLASSWARE, IIOUBE FURNISHING HARDWARE
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE,
Agent Hall's Safe and lock Company,
Beaver Block, - - - Fort Street.
B3T Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Spreckeb &. Co.'s Bank, -a
...iv. iiunust I
: novelties In
i do cacn piece.
Honeycomb nnd Turkish Towels
03 and 05 Fort Street.
Boots and Shoes.
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