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Telephone BoiH Oompaniei 240.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
oft A coniplclo line of TjSao
8T.APJL.ID AJSr FANOY GROCERIES,
FiMh Good on Ice by each arrival of tho O. S. S. Co'a Stcamcrj. Goods' delivered
4 - Alt t A ft r9 Tf.4 1 .a 1 a
Uj IV Ull JJUIH
'Maud order solicited and packed with enre, and sjiipped to any part ol the Kingdom
(Fornjerly with Samuel Nott).
Importer unci Dealer- in
STOVES, CHANDEUERS, LAMPS,
OKOCKEHY, GLASSWAHE, IIOUSK FUKNIS1I1XU JIAKDWA1IE,
AGATE IltON AND T1NWAHE.
Agent Hairs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
HT Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Spreokels & Co.'s Bank. -I
JOHN I0TT. 1. 8 Hum Street.
W. . rsssxmmiimMi
MK7 J T-i,i . -,irtajir-jry --.. -nn..
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Nott.)
New Goods for tho Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
From tlio very bes makers.
o CUTLERY o
.A. Complete !-toclt; oi GoodK in Every JLluc.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. -
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
QUEEN STREET HONOLULU.
Every Description of
Book and General Printing
Executed with neatnesH ami dispatch.
New Type, Borders,
Oftlie Latest Designs.
P. O. Box 97.
Ornaments, k. k,
Slw gnjjjj gttUrtin,
SATURDAY MAY. 7 18S7
WHY THE SIDE-SADDLE SHOULD BE
The use of side-saddles is said to
have been commenced in England
about the year 1U88, in the reign of
Richard II. Befoie and up to that
time ladies wetc accustomed to ride
on horseback in the same position na
men. A rider on the sidc-saddic is
obliged to advance the left shoulder
In order to "sit square," mid this
turning round of the head and
shoulders to the light while the legs
remain on the left side of the saddle,
brings the body into a spiral or
twisted form. Spinal complaints,
arising probably from various causes,
arc very common among women, mid
to remain for a long time in the
position alluded to may tend to in
crease the number of cases which
occur. Severe injuries sometimes
instie from n ilder being thrown
abovu the crutch, or pommel, and
then coming down on the upper part
of it, and occasionally from tho
pommel being forced into the chest
of the rider, if the horse fall on his
near or left side. An accident of
tho latter bort happened in Pails in
April 1882, to u professional circus
rider, Mile. Eniiiio Loissct. A new
horse which she had been trying in
the circus having refused to leap an
artificial fence or barrier, turned
around fn rprry-
uncling the door closed, reared and
fell, causing the pommel of the sad
dle to enter the chest of the rider.
It is stated that "doctors were soon
in attendance, but only to pronounce
Mile. Loissct's caso hopeless. The
unfortunate young lady expired
after somo thirty hour.-.' terrible
sufferings." The skits of the habits
are often caught on the crutch or
pommel, if riders arc thrown, and
the latter arc then liable to be
dragged along the ground. There
arc always many rideis, also who
ate inexperienced or unskillful, and
who lean the greater part of their
weight on the stirrup, thus pressing
down the saddles on one side and
causing sore backs to the horses.
There is a large number of horse
women who are convinced that some
advantages would result from the
use of side-saddles' being discon
tinued, although they hesitate to
carry it into practice, in consequence
of the dislike that it niaj' bo sup
posed many of them have to the idea
of appearing on horseback in a style
which would be regarded as a novel
one in the present day. For riding
on a cross-saddle the riding costume
would of course, have to bo altered.
A dress rather resembling that worn
by ladies at gymnasiums might be
the most suitable. Some practice at
u riding-school-sliould also be gone
through befoie venturing on the
road. London Queen.
THEWRDENS OF EGYPT.
At the begiuning of March the
gardens of Egypt are really wonder
.ful; the orange and lemon trees
spread their most pungent odor;
the rose trees are covered with in
numerable llowcrs; the palms, with
their green and white crowns, swing
there in the wind ; the oleanders
there border the avenues, on the
lawns ancmonies, annual and per
petual flowering pinks, clirysantho
mums, violets, zinnias, periwinkles,
snap-dragons, mignonettes, pansies
and petunias blend their innumer
able colors with the green of the
trees, bushes and shrubs, Groups
of bamboo lift heio and there their
long green of golden stems, crowned
with an immense plume of pretty
little trembling leaves. One coin
prchends on seeing these stems,
which assume in a few months enor
mous proportions, the cruelly in
genious punishment of the Chinese
in binding p. crjininnl to a young
bamboo. Tho plant grows and tho
wreteh is quailoicd in a few weeks.
No wood is lighter or more useful
than that of the bamboo. One does
not understand why the Egyptians
neglect to plant it along the canals
and on pvcry cultivated land, wlioro
it grows so wpll. Hut what gives,
at least during winter nnd spring,
the most smiling aspect tw the
Egyptian gardens are tho groat
sheets of rose bougainvilleas that
cling to the walls, tho tieos and
groups of foliage, nnd which ills
play every wheie tho varied and ex
quisito tints of their llowcrs. The
bougainvillcas is certainly the finest
of climbing plants. During live
months it flowers ijnijor the winter
sun, takes shades of extreme
delicacy one might fray h light rosj
trail, tho intensity of which every
play of light varies. The aloes,
the agaves, attach themselves on
rpeky slopes. On the banks of the
watercourses tho blue lotus and tho
papyrus still rcyh'o antique remin
iscences. Grass cannot io raised
in Egypt. Tlio layer of soil is bo
thin that tho sun drys it up immedi
ately, and unless tho grass bo con
stantly submerged, it turns yellow
ami pcrisjjctj at once. It is not the
licat alone that produces this re
sult, for there is veiy inpch fine
grass in tho tropics ; but tlio heal,
accompanied with the shallowness
of the soil, renders tho culture of
grass impossible in Egypt. It is
with much difficulty that few Iso
lated blades of grass sprout during
winter along tho Nile and the canals ;
they disappear as soon as spring
begins, so that ovorywhoro in tho
country whero artificial cultivation
finishes, tho dry and bnio dosert
begins, Ju the place of grass a
pretty little vcrbenacca is used, nnd
this is encountered everywhere, tho
eatuo as grass encountcre'd in
America. Brooklyn Mngaituo.
SURPRISING A SPIRIT.
L03 Angeles, April 22nd.
Special. While Vico-Pi csident
Smith of tlio Atchison, Topoka nnd
Santa Fo was here arrangements
were made for tho consolidation of
the lines of that system in Southern
California, under the name of Cali
fornia Central Railioad company.
Mr. Smith nnd Ills party will attend
the meeting at San Diego nnd return
to L03 Angeles on Monday. The
Atchison, Topcka nnd Santa Fo will
have its line from Kansas City to
Los Angeles complete early next
week, when the lino between San
Uernadino and this city will bo
finished. A big celebration will be
proposed. The "cut-off," intended
to straighten and shorten the line of
the San Gabriel Valley road at Pasa
dena, will run from the Raymond
hotel to Lamanda Park direct.
Elsie Reynolds, the spiiitualist,
so often exposed in San Francisco,
has been holding forth here for scv
cial months mid making much
money. The Times recently mndo
a partial exposure, which made her
very careful. Sinco then she has
had four sloggcrs present at all her
meetings and has threatened set ions
consequences tojuM- .-.TcdoVtVs. An
rfiYcihpt to expose her a few nights
ago was frustrated. Last night,
however, she was neatly caught.
A well-known gentleman, an ex
county ofllcial, has been much
troubled by the manner in which his
family has been imposed upon by
Elsie and led to believe in her most
implicitly, lie ingratiated himself
with her, put up a cabinet in his
own house and got her to give a
seaucc there last night. At last,
when she came out as tlio Maiian
spint, or hico girl, ho turned on the
electric light concealed in his bosom
and tore down the cabinet. Elsie
was left standing in the middle of
tlio floor with very little clothing
exfept a wrap of lace. She had
brought onlj' one sloggcr and ho
started to jump the owner of the
house, who stood him off witli a
revolver. A large circle of be
lievers was present, and all were
greatly shocked to see how they had
been humbugged. S. F. Call.
0. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrive at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Mariposa May 13
Australia May 31
Zcalaudia June 10
Australia Juno 28
Alameda July 8
Australia July 2(5
Mariposa August !
Australia August 21)
Zealandia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September 10
Austialia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Austialia November 15
Zenlandia Novombor 2.0
Australia December Ki
Alameda December 2!)
Leavo Honolulu for San Francisco.
Zculandla , ...May 7
Australia May !)
Alameda June .')
Australia Juno 7
Mariposa July 1
Australia July f
Zcalnndia July 2'J
Australia August 2
Alameda . , August 20
Australia .,,,.,,,,,,,. .August .'SO
Mariposa .Soptembcr 23
Australia September 27
Zcalamlia October 21
Australia October 25
Alameda Novombor 18
Australia November 22
Mariposa December 1 0
Australia December 20
Zcalamlia (1888) January 13
'lilt. l'lKIMJK'M'Al CM'
MAGNETIC ELASTIC TRUSS
Orijifnal and ONLY (IFNUIM?
irntta. JIn.cureri tliou.anU. J-jilnb 1HJ3.
Hontl for Vrna llliutrM l'nmnhlnt No L
rMtailETIO ELARTIflTnijRR CO..
304 HORTII SIXTH BTEKET. BT. T.OUIU, MO.
.704 BAC'MKNTO BT . BANPKANCISCO OAL,
Full, IS, '87.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP, ltenr of Lucas' iMlll.
Mortgagee's Notico of Fore
closure and Sale.
TX ACOO HOANOn WITJ A POWER
J. of hmIo contiiiti"il in a ccrtnln mort
ungo iniulu by Alo to filmr York, (luted
March Stlt, 18tD, mid recorded In Liber
100 on ptigo 187. Ncitlcu U hereby given
that the said mortgageo Intends lo fore,
close bald mot Ijfiijju for condition broken
to wit: llio non. payment thereof, nnd
upofi aiild foreclosure will mil nt public
miction nl the salesroom of E, 1 Adams
& Oo.i nuctioni'oiB, on Omen btiect, In
Honolulu, on -EDNi:l).VY, llio ltiih
diy nf May, 1HH7, lit 12 m., all of the
right, title and interest of tho suld Alo
in nnd to tlio premises described In biild
Fiiitlur particulars can bo hud of J,
Austin, U, Knjiuuiiinmi btieet.
Thu proj.orty to 'ho sold i n certain
Iciiho of html Hltuiited ntKmilul'U'ii)niiii)
Honolulu, iniulo by J, K. ilaunummio to
to Fiild Alo nnd recorded Ju Liber Ci) on
heeds at tho exnenso of purchaser.
BHAIt yOHK, MorluKce.
Uy J. Austin, his attorney.
Honolulu. Aprjl 20, 1887. 1B t a
TF YOUWANT A SERVANT
X adycitiso in tho Paily JJuutj.v,
II - J'At-
. i.i h JM.iv y i.M uriu
"Why am I so Misorablo?
Bo wcrk nnd lirguiri AVhy uich
hcmbiirns nnd pnlm In llio 6tomnch,
moh acidity, nnd sueli an- untenant
tu-to In the mouth? Wly nt times Muh
a imiiwlnirnpi eilic, ntd thui ngiiln sinli
dl-ielisli fo. t o,l? Wi y U tim mind to
ir.MUictitly Inhibit , desj onthtig mo nn.
ebolj, unit dijefiied? why uoes uiki
oflon fcl Under tho n p clieiinlun of
somo Imngliiury danger, hu I Hat nt any
uiievpooud noise, becoming iijllutnl 8
tliiitijh foinegrtutciibunitv vusltui erd
Iur? Wlmt h llio niiMiilntr of tlirie
dull, kljk lienduelie-j th s Violent p 1.
intn lout of ihu Uar, hi f wiitli v e
ieitM.o s, llitsu nijjhl HALH-; I Ills di-i
ttifbcd nnd dreamy i-lcep, uhiih brings
no refreshing rtst, but only mannings
nnd inuttuiiiigo, mid the horrors of tlio
Tliuniifcwer U: Thetc mo the ttynip
toins ol Indigestion or Dynpepsla the
beginning and the forerunner of nlmost
every other hiiniiui dienso. IiuIIl'cjiIoh
is a ttciiknct.3 or want of power "of tlio
digestive llui.U of tho s'oinnch lo con
vert the food into healthy mattir for the
proper nimrMimunt of tho body. It is
caused most frequently by the irrugu.
1 irity of diet, or improper lood. wnnt of
healthy exereho nnd ptiro unmoor air.
It limy ba induced by mental distress
tlio hocl: ( f koine great calamity. It
may be, nnd often i, aggravated mid In.
tcudlled, it lint originally bumglit on,
by exhaustion lioin Inien-o niciitnl up
plication, of pliy.ulcal oveiwor):, doniua
tie troubles, anxiety hi business, or iluuii.
elnl embarrabiiient, If tho stomuch
could always le kept In trder, death
would no longer boa tubjeet of foarful
anxiety lo tho young nnd middle-aged,
but u hat would ho contemplated by all
as a vhit of nn expcciid Iricnd nt the
tloso of a peaceful and happy old age.
iVoVI-vum u'.'e Urs.'.'.'omile Invader u)on
the domain of hialth and iiupliiu"V b
Is" there any iclicf, any icniedy, any
cute? Tluitlstlie question of tlio sni'
ferlngand unliapjiy dyspeptic. Whath
wanted is a lnodielne iliat will t'loiougli.
ly iinovale the btomaeh, l-oweh, ut,
and kldney!, and all'oid speedy and ef.
lVctual nssitance to llio digestive organ,
and lesioro to tlio ncivous and musoulnr
t.s urns tlieli oilgiu.il eneiy.
hueli a medicine U happily at baud.
Nuvii-in tho history of medical dUcov.
eilih, cvldeiiLul by u dozen years' thor
ough ti st, has there bi en found a remedy
for Indigestion so speedy, m b'ire, and
m Bin pming in Its results as Slogel's
Curative Symp, lint to-day it Is u standard
remedy for that almost univerMil atllic
Hon inc. very civilized country in Europe,
Asia, Atriea and America. Public tes
timoiiiaK and private letters from mill,
laiy oillcers, liaiiUnv, mercliaiita, ship
captaimi, meeliaiiici, fai murf, and their
wives and daughters, alike coulhm its
Nearly Raised him from the
SwUs Cottage, Walton-on-llir-Nazc,
August 27th, 188G.
A. J. White, Limited.
hear Slr: If n testimonial is of any
uso lo yju respecting tho remaikablo
cure I have dcitvcd by taking your
"HIegel's Syrup," you nro nt liberty to
make any uso of this you may deem
leu. For upwards ef tweho years I
aavo sniveled from extreme Nervous De
bility mid Ga-tric Uatauli which re.
dueed mo so that I wan totally unable to
do any business, and e.uiteil gicat pros
tration and weakness. About three
ye.ns ago 1 hud tlio advice cf scvcial
mombeis of tho medical faculty, and
under their tic.itmetit derived little or
no good, lleing in town some ten
months ngo, I vwi3 advhed to try your
Curative byrup, and purchased n bottle.
1 hod not mUeu many do?es befoie I be
gin to feel a fresh man. I could walk
with ease, while befoie I hud hard work
to carry ono leg hi foro llio other. My
btienglh gradually increased and my
evcuigbt got better, which before I fre
iruciiHy lost, owing to the mnlady nrls.
ing from a bhiggUii liver, often in bed
fir several da,s with pile?, and could
haidly move. Inm thankful to. you and
to-Qodfor nearly raising mo from the
grave, for it was nothing but your Hi
gol's Hyrup that lias restored mo to ro
bust health. Yours faithfully,
Hcvchby, near Uoslon,
Hectmber JUbt, 1880.
A..T. While, Limited.
DearSir: Your Hiepel'a Syiupl find
hasan iueieising falo in this neighbor
I.ood, and fJnll always do my Lest to
further tho sale of an nitiolo t nn t every
one that puiiibnses speaks highly in lis
fivor. I also have meat tUisfactiou iu
.saying that I quite believe my ynife was
ficrimwailly cured of Indigeslioii nnd
Wind on the Stomach, from which slio
hail inhered snlcnscly sometime provlou
to taking it. Faithfully yours,
Queeii'd County, Ireland,
December 2 lib, 1680.
A. .1. White, Limited.
Dear Mr: I hopo that your Siegtl'a
Syi up and IMIls may get tlio sain they so
well deserve. I hud u very delieato
child, ii boy now over nino years, but
bilng nverso to eating any kind of veg
etablo or food from his birth, I begun
giving him Mother Stegel's Curative
Byiup, and after a few weiks ho n cov
eted so as to ho able to consume us much
food ai other lioj s of his nge, and lo the
greit astonishment of hi neighbours, ho
is lively, golfing Into ll(-t,h. and thriving
as well (13 hoys of l)h ago do. Wo gjC
nil tlio cicdit of Ids rccnvaiy to fiiegil's
Symp, Yours faithfully,
1007 fi. AIAXWKI.L,
TJio Inor-Jf?ltuul Slotun
Navigation t!o., Xiijnitp'j
Keep constantly on ))ii)iil for ta)o
Steam Family and Blacktmith Cca
nnd a gcneial assortment of
4i6i Sar Iron.
ti, El3rvJfJSs )J- lr-
- tif i
TA IIORINB v
tim Cootls !
New Fashions !
Mr. L. B. KERR
lias received and opened up his Now
Comprising!! large and well selected
Til seriuiisJ-ldiiiiiK. file.
Buitiblo for llio Seafon.
These goods were selected m England
by M Kerr personally, and nro guaran
teed to ho of the finest quality.
Mr. Kerr, hnvlng seemed the services
of a XKW CUTTKK, ho is pre
pared to fill 111 ordeis with tho utmost
23 Merchant Street.
In lead tubes Is the plcasantest yet made
for the face, which with
Patent Terebene Soap
is combined with erebene, theiintieep.
tio nnd purifying properties of which
nre wcudcrfal. For sale by
2tiw. CASTLE & COOKE.
J- HOBP & CO-
74 King Street.
Manufacturers and Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds of Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHALKS TO RENT
For Halls or Patties in small or large
89 quantities. ly.
TF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
X advertise it in tho Daily Bulletin
H ustace & Roberts o
LL orders for Cartage promptly ot
Jrx. tended to. Particular attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
of goods jn transit to tho other Islands.
Also', Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Office, adjoining E, P. Adams & Co.'s
982 ly Mutual Telcphono No. 10.
Open ovory afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
THOMAS 12. WALL,
1(101 . Proprietor. lyr
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Ala ken Mtwcta.
Open every Day nnd Evening,
Tho Library consists at the picscnt
thiHi of over Five Thousand Volumes.
The tendlur Itoom is supplied vlth
about fifty of the leading newspapers
, Parlor s provided for conversation
Terms of membership, llfty cents a
4ionth, payable qiiiuteily In nilvuiieo.
No formality required In joining except
signing thn roll,
.Straugcrri from foreign countries and
visitors from tho other Islands mo wel
come to tho rooms at nil tlnien as guests.
This Apf-oelatlon having no regular
moans of support except tho dues of
menibors, It U expected that i cedents
of Honolulu who desire to avail them
selves of its privileges, and all who feel
an interest in maintaining nn institution
of this kind, will put down their names
and become legiilarcontilbutors.
A. .1. OAHTWWailT, Pies.,
JI. M. SCOTTt Vice-President,
H. A. PAJIMELEE,, Secretory,
0, 'P. JIODQEHB, JI.p.,
Chairman Hull and Llhiary Commlttoo.
JOB PRINTING of all kinds exe
cuted at tho Daily Bulletin OUlco
Let me have a mild
C I G A RF
THE ABOVE KEQUEST IS HEARD
dn.ly in clenr H re, niloons n id
"h r p sen wlnrn cigars am told, for
I laniiinllspmcdfac Umtmostemokvrs
on fer a mild cigar and that tboto who
iiave for a long time smoked strong
clears, principally imported Mimilas,
will, after having thoroughly lijured
the hlnmiich nnd linpalrul ihu iiirvnitsi
tys em mely unnt n mild cigar, If they
could find the i hht kind.
IIoa in iiiy tlioiiMiii Ik f unolcr 'l o
suffei from 1 . e nl appellle, bene aih ,
in no s Iriiiabiiity a.ibimi. en., and
who lme tried all pnajlblo remedlm
wilhout success, mlcht I o cured 'If titty
knew that their Riifleiltigs were tunned
by llio Intemperate ue or ntioiig cigars,
and ihat they should only smoke mdd
and properly prepared one.
It Is n fact that nil mild cigais agree
well with smokers, for in most cases
llieie U a Nick of caro In tho eelccllon of
the tobacco, and often the necessary ex.
perlenco for it is wanting, tct Ihe're Is
ono brand which suits tlio mull fastidious
Hiiokcr, and that U
"Samnler" Heallfi dear
Which is made from mild, nromiUle and
particularly iclerted and nrciurcd to
bacco, and combines all tho qualities
which may lie cxpectid from u health
olgnr. It pauses no bad cirect of any
kind, is ngreenblo to llio taste, bun s
evenly to tho end nnd posse-o-cs a tint)
uromn. No smoker should fall to give
Engelbreht's "Sampler" Cigars
A fair trial, and benefit himself at the
ENGELBRECHT, SON & Cl?.
21 First Street. 8. F. so
For sale Everywhere.
Tahiti Lmifiile Depot,
Telephone, a. r. o. IJox -109.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure and niado by Mi am, In
HWanu's Anti-Atmospherlc Apparatus
Willi glass pumps. All copper dls.
perted with. Tlio newest patent In
CryHtnl Valve Uottlow
Only In uso for Tahiti Lsmonndde, Grcn
ndlno and PeifectGinger Ale, at 75 cents
per dozen, dcllveiod to any part of tho
city. And Codd's Patent Glass Stoppers
for the celebrated pl.uu dry
So highly efficacious for ilytpepoln, as
supplied to all thu principal i nnilics in
Honolulu, and exclusively to II. U. M.'s
Vesbeb of war.
Inland orilcrx itroiuiitl,-" attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
April 1, 187. 1580 ly
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal
Order left at Ottlce, with N. F. Bur
gess, t?l King Street, will be promptly
uttended to. (iOly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
Order3 are hereby solicited and will
bo delivered at any locality within the
No. S KINO STBEET.
lloth TeleiilioiiOH, 187. U
iealth is Wealth !
jiuuiiiiciR..nurvtmnA-ruHirniiou.couscii uy inouMi
of nloohot or toliacco, WuKcfulne-HO, Montnl l)o
nrosnlon, Boftonlng of tlio Uraln, rosultiiitf in in
ffanlly unit Imuhni; ti nili? ry, dorny and dentin
J'rumBturo Old Aeu, Pnrienpes!, Loi,a of Power
in oltlior aar. I nvolttntnr Jjiwseii and Hrurimitor
rncca, cunuutt byoviT-usortionof tho bruin, wlf
nbuto, or ovowndalKouoo. tnch box contaiiin
ono montli d Iroatmont. Sl.OO n bojt, ornlxboxoi
tor $3.00, bent by mutt prepaid, on rocoipt of ju ice.
wij uahaxti:e hix ijoxi:s
To corn nny caso. With rich ordor rocoh oil by na
for nix boxeH, nccompnniwl with 45.U), wo will
Bond tlio purchaMir oar written Hnrnntoo to .rp
land thoninnoyit tlio trcntmoiit does not effect
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