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The Arcade-EGAN & CO.
New Store, New Goods
SATURDAY, FEB. 4, 1888.
Stuir Likollkc from Knluiliil
Sehr Kaulllua fiom Knu.il
Stuir J A Cummins from Koolati
Schr Canute for Kunu
Schr Wuloll for Kuan
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Llkollke for Kiihtilul and Haua at
0 p in
Stmr Surprise for Hawaii
Sttnr Jus Mnkeo for Kalian at 5 p m
Stuir. I A Cummins for Koolau
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Llkellke 0,071 bags of sugar (-122 tons)
87 bags piuls, 00 bags corn, and 74
Kaulllua 150 bags sugar.
From Kabulul and liana per stmr
Like, Feb t W E Itowcll, J A M
Osons, Leo Shlng, Mrs G W It King,
cblld and servant, V It Watson and
wife, JHss Mlrrlces, Miss Smith, Silas
Jlaboc, Mr C.ilhoun, Mr Cone, E M
Walsh, wife and child, Dr F U Sutliff,
C Copp and 82 deck.
Thebk F S Thompson sailed from
Kabulul Inst night for San Francisco
Tho selir Kaalokal loft Ilauapcpo at
12 o'clock last night for tills port.
The Iwalatil will tall on Tuesday
morning at S o'clock for Laliaiua and
The schooner Kaulllua left this port
last Wednesday with ii load of fieisht
for Kauai. She lauded all her freight,
tool: In -100 bags of sugar at llanapcpe,
and arrived here at 8 o'clockUlils morn
ing. She was compelled to leavo uana
pepe on account of the rough weather
VESSELS EXPECTED FROM ' FOREIGN
HXeiths M's ZiUorcu Kruis, Jockc,
from S America due Mar l-'-O
U S S Marion, from South America,
due .Ian 10-31
Am bark Will W Caso, Robertson,
from San Francisco, due at Kahului,
Am S S Alameda, II G Morse, from
the Colonics, en route to San Francisco,
due Feb 12
11 1 .1 M S Tsukuba, from Tahiti, due
Ger bark Dnutchland, fiom Bremen,
galled October 2Sth, due Feb 1-20
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
from Boston, due Mar 1
Am ship Mybtic Belle, Cooke, Iiom
New York, due March 1-20
Brit bk- St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Cardiff, October 22d, due March 1-20
Brit bk Xatuna, sailed f-oin Liver
pool, Nov 29th, due Mar 5-31
Am bk Saranac, from San Francisco,
duo Jan 1-10.
Am bk Lady Harewood, from Hong
kong, due Dec 5-25
Ger bkll l'illzenlcrg,froin Honkong,
due Dec 10-15
Am bktne Eureka, Meyers, from San
Francisco, due Jan 1-10
Am tein Doia Bluhm,from Sau Fran
cisco, due at Hilo, Jan 25-31
Am bark CO Nhitmoic, from Port
Townseiul, duo Jan 20-3).
U S S Adams from Samoa, duo Feb
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Hongkong, due Jail 20-31.
Am bktne Huttio S Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, due Feb 1-5.
Haw bk Lady Lampsou, E C Bust,
from San Francisco, due Jan 2C-31. ,
Am bgtue Consuelo, E B Cousins,
.from Snn Francisco, due Jan 27-31.
Am ship Anna from San Francisco,
due at Kahului, Maui, Jan 2S-31.
Haw S S Australia, II O Iloudlette,
from San Francisco, due Eeb 7.
VESSELS IN PORT.
H M S Caroline, Sir W Wiseman
U S S Vamlalia, Bear Admiral Klmberly
Bk Caibaricn, Perkins
Bk Mln, McCrone
Am tern G O Perkins, Nordbcrg,
Bktne Amelia, Ncwhal
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
PAOino Hoso Co. will hold a moot
ing this evening.
St. Louis College hoys bent tlio
Royal School boys ut foot-ball this
A lUUK, name unknown, was re
ported 10 miles southeast, at 2:30
o'clock this aftornoon.
Honolulu Typographical Union
No. 37, will hold its regular monthly
meeting this ovoniug at half-past six.
Tin: annual meeting of the East
Maui Stock Co. will bo held at tho
oflico of O. Brewer & Co, on Monday
next, at 10 o'clock a. m.
Tun proposed picnio to Pearl River
by the bteamor Waimanalo to-morrow,
will most likoly bo postponed on
account of tho weather.
, , m .
Tun ladies of the Portuguese Char
itable Asbociation will meet nt tho
rcojdoqco of Mis. B, S dunlin, Vine
yard street, on Monday, Feb. 0th, at
3 i". st.
Spkoial attention is invited to tho
various notices in this issue, from
different tourccs, relating to tho
funeral of the Into S. llurribon, which
is to tako place at 3 o'clock i, m, to
morrow, Tin? following changes hayo been
jrta'do in thb Police foicoj Captain
Hopkins has been transferred to the
lirst watch, Ofllcor Larson lias been
appointed Captain and Glius, Lowis
Lieutenant of second watch."
"OB PRINTING of all kinds cxe
outed t tho Daily Bulletin Office
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Cnll and Examine the
$12,50 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
Tun "Mansion House" premises
wero sold ut auction this morning by
Jus. F. Morgan, to H. W. Holt, Jr. for
.$3,700. A silver wntcli and chain be
longing to tho estate of II. B. Har
rington, wero sold by order of tho
"American Consul, and wore knocked
dowii for $8. Two diamond rings nnd
n gold watch, belonging to the estate
of Geo. Voght were also sold for
"How to reach young men," was
the topic nt the young men's prayer
meeting on Thursday night. An
old gentleman on the cast side who
brJco u toe nail by kicking the gale
post just as a young man went down
tho side walk, would also like to
know. Bait your hook with a mighty
good looking girl that wears a seal
skin clonic, and you can rcachyoung
men. Detroit Free Press.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a conccit'this afternoon al4:!30
o'clock at Emma Square. Following
is the programme:
March Vienna Gran
Overtuic Mozart Suilpe
Bcminisccuces of Meyerbeer.. .Godfrey
Chorus Tho Judgment Schneider
Walt. Mni itana Dellingcr
March Band's Coming Scbild
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The Blue Ribbon League have ar
ranged the following popular pro
gramme for this evening's entertain
ment at tho Y. M. C. A. Hall, be
ginning at 7.:30 o'clock. The pub
lic arc cordially invited :
Piano Duet Misses Young
Song '.'. .Miss L. Dressier
Recitation Miss J. P. Hare
,T ,, -,-,,. f M Iss M. Beck with
Vocal Duet Mrg B.c.Damoil
Beading Mrs. 8. B. Dole
Song Mr. W. II. Hoogs
Address Mr. J. B. Athcrtou
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE MANUFAC
At tho annual meeting of the Ha
waiian Carriage Manufacturing Co.,
yesterday, all the ofilccrs were re
G. "West, President
W. W. Wright Vice-President
W. O. Smith Secretary
J. G. Spencer Treasurer
C. T. Gulick Auditor
The business was shown to be in
a flourishing condition under the
very able management of Mr. E. G.
Schuman, who was unanimously re
elected as manager.
DEATH OF MR. SAMUEL HARRI
SON. Mr. Samuel Harrison, a well
known'contractor and builder, and a
long lesidcnt of this country, died
suddenly at his residence last even
ing. He had been down town in the
afternoon and attended the banquet
given by Engine Co. No. 2, and to
all appearance was enjoying good
health. He was sitting on the
verandah of his house, talking with
his son Arthur, when he was sud
Ij'den seized with a spasm, and
before medical aid could be sum
moned ho was dead.
The deceased was well known in
this community, and by his kindly
and generous disposition had made
a host of friends. He had been
under the care of a physician for
some time, but nothing serious was
Mr. Harrison was born in Not
tingham, England, and was 53 years
old at the time of his death. He
was an active member of Pacific
Hose Co., and was much respected
by all his comrades of tho Fire De
partment, for . his many sterling
qualities. He has left two sons to
mourn his loss.
HOW TO REACH' OUR GIRLS.
A man from tho country was seen
in town this mprning. He looked
very much like a New England
farmer, and he stared at every
passer-by, as though he would like
to speak to him. Finally ha caught
a gentleman standing still, and going
up to him said, "Looks like rain,
stranger, don't it?" Shifting his
quid to tho other side of ills mouth
and squirting a stream of tobacco
juico from between his teeth, ho
rested on ono leg and continued,
"I'm from tho country, stranger,
and I s'poso you know it. I've
read the Bulletin right along for
the past six years and you can bet
your boots I'll read tho darn thing
as long as it keeps up. I've come
in town to see tho bos3 of tho 13ul
lutin 'cause I've got som'thin' im
portant to say to him. You 'ere
fellows in the city, are plagued con
cerned about how to reach the boys,
ain't you ? I can't get no hoys,
Btrangpr, but I've got two of tho
darndest pictty darters ye ever
sso'd. They are dairy-fed, buxsom
beauties, I tell ye. One's nigh 20
year nnd t'thcr nigh 18. I want to
'get Hint ere writer to putsomethin'
in the paper 'bout how to reach our
gals. Every gol darn dude that
comes out our way wants ono of my
darters, and overy tjtno tho ga faa,ys
yps. J caicuhitp, stinger, that tjio
boy who can' t take care of himself aint
worth lookin' nf ter j but the gals is
what needs lookin' after. Some of
tho city gala who don't know how to
make bread or milk a cow, think
themselves belter than my darters,
ami thoy won't marry au honest
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
FlncHt Custom Mnrto Clothing:,
I.nulcn' A en fit Flno MhoeH.
hard working man. Thoy want
dudes with plenty of money. My
darters have caught that ero fovor
too, and I want to know what to do
about it. My gals want to wear high
heel shoes, fancy socks and a girth
'round their waist. They hook all
my newspapers to make their
clothes stick cut behind, and when
they got ou their big hats with
feathers in them, they want to como
in here to sec the dudes. Don't
you s'pose, stranger, that's 'bout
time that somethln' was done to
reach out young gals. Ye ain't
married, are ye (with a dig in the
ribs), then come out to the farm
and see my darters some day."
ENGINE CO. NO. 1.
Eugine Co. No. I had a lino
spread for its members nnd invited
guests, yesterday afternoon. The
spacious hall was beautifully deco
rated with flowers and evergreens,
under the personal supervision of
IE Ii. H. Princess Liliuokalani, as
sisted by Mrs. C. B. Wilson, wife
of the Chief Engineer of the Depart
ment, together with several other
lady friends of the company. A
tablo ran nearly the length of the
hall, with a cross tabic at the head,
towards the rostrum. These tables
were groaning under the load of the
many good things that composed
the menu. No espouse or pains
had been spared to make this ban
quet a decided success, nnd tho en
deavors of those who had this part
of tho affair in charge, were highly
Among the invited guests present
were Col. V. F. Allen, an honorary
member of the company, Mr. Geo.
Lucas, a retired Chief Engineer of
the Department, Ofilccrs of other
companies, and representatives of
The banquet was opened by the
Foreman, Mr. K. More, calling the
company to order, and giving the
word to fall in and discuss the many
good things set before them.
Aiter allowing ample time for all
who ware seated at the tables to dis
cus the rich viands, the Foreman
began a programme of toasts. The
first was, "Our Fireman King, His
Majesty." The toast was drunk
with enthusiasm, to which Col. W.
F. Allen responded in a very felici
tous manner. Mr. Allen then pro
posed the health of the Chief En
gineer, which was received with
Mr. Wilson thanked the company
for the compliment, and said that
he felt proud of the display that No.
1 had made in the parade, and
hoped they would always make as
good a showing. He proposed the
health of the Foreman of tho com
pany, Mr. R. More.
Mr. More responded by thanking
the company for the punctuality
with which thoy responded to the
call to parade, Jiiid the alacrity with
which they attended to their duties.
The Foreman then proposed "The
day we celebrate," and called upon
Mr. B. Ordenslcin to respond.
Mr. Ordenstein stated that he had
always fhken a great interest in fire
matters. His lirst connection with
a Fire department dated back to
1853, when as a boy, in New York
City, he became a volunteer. He
described at some length the dangers
of the life of a fireman, illustrating
by anecdotes somo of the narrow
escapes he himself had had while
doing his duty as a fireman. He
also said that many peoplo think
that only rowdies and black legs
wero members of the Fire depart
ment; but it was a mistake, for as
good men and true were to be found
in the ranks of the fire brigade as
in any other walk of life, and that
their life was not one of all pleas
ure. He emphatically declared that
it was his ambition to be only a pri
vate in the ranks of the firemen, and
was not a candidate for any office,
nor would ho accept a nomination
for any. What he did was solely
for tho good of the department, and
not for personal advancement. He
said that the City of Honolulu pos
es6ed apparatus, and as many effi
cient men as many cities of 50,000
or 00,000 inhabitants, and will rank
second to nono, provided they will
support their executive officers and
not allow personal feelings and dis
sensions to interfere with their du
ties. "(A voice don't go down to the
Hose Barney.) I'll bo there by-and-by.
They had made a good
showing to-day before the public,
and so long as they stuck together
and supported their executive offi
cers they would get along without
The health of Messrs. Jlustnco
and Morgan, the 1st nnd 2nd Assis
tant Engineers of tho Department,
respectively, wbb next proposed, to
which Mr. Lucas happily responded,
stating they wero both good firemen
and no doubt would in time make
as good Chiefs of the Department
as the present incumbent, than
which wo ncyor had a better.
Tho locnl press waH then
proposed,, and Mr. Wrny Taylor of
thp Advertiser called upon to res
pond. JIo Btatcd that as he was the
junior member present, lie should
waive his right in favor of Mr. Dan
iel Logan of the Gazette, Mr. Io
gnn kindly thanked the company
for their gracious recognition of the
press, and Btatcd that it was the
provinco of ft paper to keep tho pub
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Ncwtttoclc, Latest HtylCH to gait tUo
lic posted iu matters pertaining to
the Firo department, which they
tried to do in an impartial manner.
Ho also stated that tho columns of
any paper of whloh ho had control
would always be open to any
fireman to discuss his grievances,
provided it was not done in an abus
ive or personal manner. Ho then
called on Mr. J. F. Noble, repre
sentative of tho Bulletin, who en
dorsed the sentiments of the pre
vious speaker, and thanked the
company for tho princely manner in
which tho guests had been enter
tained. Mr. Williams said that the repre
sentatives of the press were not
much on talking. He knew they
could not say anything when they
got up; but you just wait and sec
how they will spread this out to
morrow morning and evening.
The banquet closed by the singing
of songs and one or two dancc3.,
when the company dispersed, highly
pleased with the bountiful hospital
ity dispensed bj' the members of tho
Engine Co. No. 1.
enoine co. no. 2.
The hall of this company was very
beautifully decorated with flowers,
evergreens nnd flags. A long table
ran the length of tho hall, allowing
only space at cither end to get
around. The table was laden with
tho most tempting viands, to which
amnio justice was done by the
guests. Our representative arrivad
too late to report the speechos, but
was given to understand that there
had been a feast of season and a
flow of wit over the festive board,
which is not to be wondered at when
such representative firemen as Mr.
John A. Hassingcr and Geo. Lucas
arc among the guests. It was the
unanimous expression of all that
the parade and banquet wero the
best ever participated in by No. 2.
pacific hose company.
This company entertained its
friends at their hall on King streat,
in the evening. There' was a large
gathering of firemen from the other
companies and their friends. Re
freshments were abundant, and of
excellent quality. Several short
speeches were made by different
members of the Department, nota
bly by the Chief Engineer and 2d
Assistant Engineer. Songs were
sung, and all had a merry time.
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL TERM.
UEVOKE BICKE11TON, J.
Fuiday, Feb. 3.
The Court opened at 10:03 a. si.
passes sentence in two criminal cases
and at 10:13 a. si. adjourned until
10 a. si. Monday, wheu the case of
the King vs. Hawkins and Silva pro
bably be tried.
The King vs. Ludwig Derking,
keeping a djsordorly house. Sent
ence reserved on 3rd inst. Sent
enced to C months' imprisonment at
hard labor and to pay costs $21.75.
Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Peterson for the Crown, P. Neumann
Bi'.ronu judu, c. j.
The King vs. Richard Ludloff,
larceny fourth degree. Sentence
reserved on 1st inst. Sentenced to
20 days imprisonment at hard labor.
M. C. A, Gospel Praiuo Service
si. uomo aim uring a menu.
ICawaiaiiao Ciiukcu. Rev. II. II.
Paiker, pastor. Sunday school at 10
A. si. Preaching at 11 a. si.
Kaumakapili Giiuuch. Ttev.
Waiamau, pastor. Sunday school
'J :30 a. si. Preaching at 10-30 a;
Queen Emjia Haw,. Gogpcl and
song service for Hnwaiians who speak
English at at3 i, si. Good singing.
Short talks. Everybody welcome.
Japanese Service : Gospel nnd
Song Services at 11 a. si.; lilhle Class
7:80 r. si., Iu the Japanese Y. M..C A.
Itoom, Queen Emma Hall, corner of
lleietauhi and Nuuauu streets.
Central Union Ciiunon. Uev. E.
G.Beekwith, 1). I) pastor. Sunday
school and Ululo class at 0:4.", a. st,
Beivlces at 11 a. si. and 7:30 p. si.
Chinese Ciiukcu. Port street, near
corner Keictnnla. Mr. ICoug Shul Ka
evangelist. Chinese Sunday school,
0:30 a. si. Chinese and English Sun
day School, 2:30 p. si. Preaching 11
A. St. and 7:30 P. st. Bible class hi
Chinese Y. M. O. A. Hall, 0:30 p. si.
Kosian Catholic Catiiedual.
0 and 7 a. si., low mass with sermon hi
English; 10 A. si,, high mass, with ser
mon cither in Hawaiian, Portuguese or
English, alternating according to the
three prluclpal diffoient natlaimllties of
tlio church; a P. si., rosary and cate
chism; 1 :30 p. si,, instruction and bene
diction of the Blessed Sacrament.
St. ANimnw's Cathkdual. The
services at St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow will bin Holy Communion,
0:30 o'clock a. si. Matins wl ser
mon at 9sH0. Hawaiian evensong at
3 :30 v. ii, Jveiong w lib sermon at 0,
r. 15 Seats are unappropriated..
Second Congregation. Hoy. Geo,
AVallaco, pastor. Morning 'ninyur-,
with sermon at 11:15 A, M, oveulng
prayer wldi sormou it 7:3() i m,
Sunday tchuol meets a 10 a, m. Seats
fico at al services,
Chinese Coiigiogatlou, Rev. II, II,
Goweu In charge, Morning prayer with
bormon HUD a. M. Sunday school at
10 a.m. Evening prayer with .serinou
rp HE .PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
JL Daily llulletiii 50 eta per iuoMli.
' iff il-fc--"'"
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
With tho 1'lncHt DlHplnj' or (SooilH
over Hliotvn In thin Kingdom.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Kear of Lucas' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
XJ rooms, No. 4 Garden Lane, the
second door from Union sticet. Apply
on tho premises. lOtf
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully recelv.
ed for tho uso of the innftite of tho
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Knknako,
or nt the Leper Scttlmcnt on Molokal,
If loft with J. T. AVatcrhouse, jr., at the
Qurcn Street Store. t&f tf
Jan. 14. No. 20.
60 Columns of Original Manor.
Is now issued and will be found to
b an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing CO columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a complct resume of Honolulu nnd
island nows. There is no better paper
published in tho Kingdom to send to
friends abrond. Subscription S2.50
per annum, including postago to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Sopcr, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewctl, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Oflico.
MISS V. TSIIEM'YS
Mr. McGuire's late residence. f 0 ltn
WING WO TAI & CO.
!i4 X mt ami Street,
Have just received ex stmr "Alameda,"
a choice, lot of
Embroidered Silk Tablo Covers,
" " Pillow Cases,
" " Shawls,
" " Handkcrchlcts,
Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Fans, &c., &c.
Also a large lino of
China Matting, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor Trunks, Rattan Chairs,
Japanese Screens, Provisions, &c.
A Chance to Procure a Good Paying
to my intended departure I
to sell my Cij;ar Store and
Billiard Room. This is one of the host
equipped Billiard Rooms in the town.
I have four Tables of the rciy latest
designs, and one Pool Table with pa.
421m C. J. SIcCAKTHY.
Dissolution of Partnership.
THE interest of Hr. Clarence Mac
farlano in the film of WKST,
DOW & CO has this day been pur
chased by Mr Gldet u "W(st, who ni.
tumes all liabilities of sail linn All
debts due s.iid llrm are due ami paj'ahle
to Mr. G. West.
WEST, DOW & CO.
Houolulu, Jan. 14, 1S3S. "
G. WEST having become sole
owner of the business can led on
under the firm namo of West, Dow &
Co., wilt, in future, carry on said busi
ness under the firm namo and style of
G. WEST &, CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15, 1SS8. !HI lm
Steam Works, Sunnv South
S Telf, Bell 172,Mutual215
Depot. Merchant blroet
Tele, Bell H2, Mutual 8C0.
TaMli LmDHi Works.
Tho undersigned having piuchascd
the business of tho Tahiti Lemonade
Works, the depot has been removed to
No, 28 Merchant Street.
All orders for Aerated Waters manu.
fucturcd at the above otablUhmcut will
rccoivu prompt attention.
J. E. nitOWN & Co.
P. O. Hox 4G!). 12!)
Mrs. A. M. Mellis
Having removed her Dressmaking
Wo, 17 Emma st.,
Will ho plcase.l to see her friends unci
patrons there from and after Januaiy
Mutual Telcphene 484 ; Boll 410,
Late Farrier to II. It. II. l'rince of
Wales,' 12th Hoyul Lancern.
FOBT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horsos nnd Cnttle Treated for
JIchIiIciicc: .'H Aliiltcu Street,
x. o. jjox nutt. sou
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Conveyancing a Specialty. Records searched and correct Abstracts of Title
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Copying and Translating in all languages in general ure i this Kingdom.
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Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Firo and Lifo Insurance ellccted in flrstolass Insuranco Companios.
Custom-Houso Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorabls rates.
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IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEAL'ERS IN GROCERIES ft PROVISIONS.
FUESII GOODS from California on U K, by each siearaer of ihe O. S. S. Co.
A COllVl.KlK LISC OK " ,
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
just nixmvr.D KV "znALANMA"
A FINE LOT OF '-NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. ' Taranaki Butter."
(IN KEOS.) ,
All of which wo oiler to the Public at REASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butler, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats I
By each arrival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINE.
pi is ni ten a
r r H f
Ka 1 Ba 81ft U
Just Received at Hoilister & Go.'s
A. largo assortment of
Comprising the well-kuown brands of
COLGATE & CO., LTJNDBORGS,
EASTMAN ' S ALOIIA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
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