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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., IM JANUARY 2.4, 1889.
SET . c
HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
treet, Telephones, 885.
a" 11 is
THURSDAY, JAN. 21, le89.
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolnn
Schr Rainbow from Koolan
Schr Luka from Kohala
Stmr Kaala for Walanae ami Wahdtia
at 0 n in
Stmr Pcle for Ilamakun -IJgtne
W U.Irwin for San Francisco at
10 a in
ScUr 'aterina for Hawaii
Schr llalnbow for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr J A Cummins for IConlau
Htmr Kinan for Hllo and way ports at
Stmr U It Bishop for Wniauac, Wainlua
auil Koolau at 0 a in
From San Francisco, per barlcntinc
Mary ttlnkelman, Jan 23 JIous Bnsli
nellnnd party (8), Mr and ilrs Gal
Prom Walanae, pur stmr Kaala, Jan
22 J Nott and family, and 20 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Rainbow 570 bags rice.
Stmr Kaala- -1000 bags sugar and 70
The Kinau sails at 2 p m to-morrow.
The Mary Wiiikcliniin arrived In port
last evening from Han Francisco, and
docked at the old Custom House wharf.
She was becalmed off port about 42
The bark C O AVhltmore will load
with sugar for San Francisco.
ii.iii'j. . h . ..'i. .va
WOOD In Honolulu, .January 24th. to
the wife of Dr. C. It. Wood, a son.
JANION In San Francisco, December
31st, Richtird W Janioii, a native of
the Sandwich Islands, aged 3"
'The Post Office despatched to
San Francisco by the tern W. S.
Bowne on Tuesday 1077 letters and
335 packages of papers. This morn
ing the brigantiue W. G. Irwin car
ried 788 letters and 7-1 packages of
papers. Total 18G5 letters, 409
packages of papers.
Sunday, January 27th, will be the
thirtieth anniveisary of the birth of
Emperor "William II of Germany.
The event will be observed in Ho
nolulu on Saturday evening, the
2Clh, by the Honolulu Arion So
ciety, by a grand concert at their
hall, commencing at 8 o'clock. A
notice in German appears elsewhere.
By the Kinau news was received
that by the accidental discharge of a
loaded pistol, a bullet went through
tho upper part of the thigh and
lodged near the knee of Dr. Wed
dick, Government physician at La
haina. Dr. Herbert was summoned
'from Wailuku, but when the Kinau
left Lahaiua the bullet had not been
At St. Andrew's Cathedral this
morning, Mr. Chung Lee, a store
keeper on Beretania street, was
united in marriage to Miss Kwui
Kyau, who recently arrived from
China. The ceremony was perform
ed by the Bishop of Honolulu, as
sisted by the Rev. Herbert II.
Gowen, in the presence of quite a
large number of friends of the con
tracting parties. Two hymns were
sung in Chinese. A feast is being
held this afternoon in honor of the
Mn, Editok: In reply to ques
tions asked by subscribers to bonds,
who desire to have tho same con
verted into land after the railway is
completed in reference to choice of
blocks or lots, I will say that tho
company to be organized in a few
days., will formulate and publish a
plan which will doubtless be satis
factory to all. In regard to sub
scriptious and interest on same, 20
per cent, of the unit, subscribed will
be payable to the Treasurer or such
person legally authorized to receive
money as soon as the company is
formed, the balance to be paid in
four equal payments to be made on
the first of each succeeding month
following the first payment. Inter
est will be allowed on each payment
made from the date thereof at the
rate of 7 per cent per annum, j
beg to take this occasion to thank
tho public for their prompt re
sponse to my letter of the
10th lust. If subscriptions continue
to come in as lively as they hayo
thus far, wo shall soon have the
whole amount subscribed, und bo
ready to commence the work of
grading early next month. Thou
sands of dollars paid out monthly
for oven a few mouths to the labor
ing class, will tend to revive busi
ness, which will surely be welcome
.to oil, B. F. Dn.Lih-ajiAU.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
A. fcdvertieo it in the Daily uvmnw,
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
A becosd hand wagon is wnntcd,
A cottage is offered for Balo
II. Hackfeld & Co.havo Diamond
flour for Ealo.
Mr. D. L. Moody, the evangelist,
will not visit Honolulu.
Thk Y. M. C. A. sinning class will
bo omitted Ihis evening.
Mhssus. Gomes & Wichninu
an important notice elsewhere.
J. F. Coi.uurn & Co. have received
large quantities of hay and feed by
Thu Hawaiian band will give a
concert at the Hawaiian Hotel to
On tlie 31st tho quarterly and an
nual meeting of tho Pacific Hard
ware Company will bo held.
On Monday night last, at the Re
formatory School, the thermometer
registered 59, tho lowest of the sea
son. Majok V. II. Cornwell has sub
scribed to the "FaradibG of tho Paci
fic" to liavo it sent regularly to every
library in thu world.
A vniiY handsome boquet of differ
ent colored roses stood on Mr. Justice
Uickerlou's desk in the Supreme
Court this morning.
An important news circular by Mr.
Thomas G. Thrum appears in an
other column, which should be care
fully perused by all our readers.
Tun Cunard steamer Umbria nr
rrivod at Qucenstown Jan. 11th, 0
days 2 hours and 45 minutes from
New York, beating the best previous
A dispatch from Philadelphia,
January 14th, says: Largo dealers in
sugar here stato thatClaus Spreckcls
has secured the entire PhilHpine Isl
ands sugar crop.
An adjourned meeting of Honolulu
Engine Co. No. 1 will be held at 7 :30
o'clock this evening. A full attend
ance is requested as business of ini
: ortance will be brought up.
Uushnelis trained dogs and no
velty show will open to the public
Friday evening, in a tent in the
Nicol's block, Fort street. Full par
ticulars in an advertisement.
Conoo despatches report a revolu
tion in Uganda. King Mw-iiigu was
dethioncd by his subjects and his
brother Kawewa succeeds him us sov
ereign. Many people were killed.
This evening the regular meeting
of the Debating Society will take
plaec at 7 :30 o'clock. The subject
for discussion will be the best means
of reviving interest in the organiza
tion. , m
The box plan for the operatic per
formances by Campobello Grand
Operatic Concert Company will beat
the ollicc of J. E. Brown & Co. The
company will arrive from San Fran
cisco, January 5th.
A sociable will be held at Central
Union Church this evening, begin
ning at 7:30 o'clock. A short litoi
ary and musical programme will
form part of the exercises. A cordial
invitation is extended to all.
Improvements are being effected
on the Pnlama road, opposite the Re
formatory school. A sidewalk is be
ing constructed on the lower side,
and a water couri-e iti'ido between it
and tho carriage-way, for drainage.
Arrat the prayer meeting at the
vestry of Central Union Church last
evening the pastor, Rev. E. G. Beck
witb, presented the first annual re
port of his p.istprate. 'the Rev-. Mr.
Griihn of Boston, E. P. Baker of
Hilo, and Oliver P. Emerson made
The San Francisco Call of January
8th lias the following : Miss Beruice
Parke of Honolulu, who 1ms been
spending the winter at tho Occiden
tal Hotel, San Francisco, with
friends, wont down to San Jose, Mon
day to visit hor friend Miss Benson.
She returned to San Francisco last
In Mn. P. C. Jones' oflico may bo
scon excellent portraits of Captain
James ' Hunuiwell, founder of tho
house of Brewer &. Co. in 182G, and
of Capt. Charles Biewer. Thero is
ali-o a p)iotograph of tho 40-lon
missionary packet in which Capt.
Hunniwcll made tho trip to tho
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Meeting Debating Society ut 7:30
o'clock p, id,
Engine Co. No. 1, regular niecU
Dance, Honolulu Social Club at
Mclnerny Hall at 7:30.
Drill 'Co. A Honolulu Rifles at
Kameliameha Lodge of Perfection
No. 1 A. and A. S, U. at 7:30.
Sociable at vestry of Central Union
Church at 7:30.
Fallowing are the officers of the
Queen's Own, Second battalion, Ha
waiian Volunteers, for the ensuing
Captain, Mujor Anlone Rosa.
First Lieutenant, J. K. Smith.
Second Lieutenant, A. S, Malm
ulu. Thero is so Httlo calling on New
Year's day now that ladies can
safely stay at home, Picayune.
It is at the Christmas and New
Year that days and men ure at their
The case of George Hous, charg
ed with keeping a disorderly house,
to wit: a house in which Kainblfng
is permitted, was tried in the Police
Court yesterday afternoon. The
wituesscs for tho prosecution were
Polico Captain Lnrsen, II. Lewis,
Kobcrt Levi, AY. Mohr, John T.
Fox and Kcalakai. No evidence
was offered for the defense, and His
Honor finding the defendant guilty
sentenced him to pay a line of Si 00
with SG.10 costs. An appeal was
noted to the Supreme Court.
Last evening a meeting of the
Trustees and congregation of the
Kauiuakaplli Church was held for the
purpose of taking into considera
tion the liquidation of the debt of
87,000. The property has been
mortgaged to thu Lunalilo estate for
a loan of SO, 000 to be paid back at
tlte late of $1,000 a year. A friend
contributed 81,000 at tho meeting,
for which a vote of thanks was pass
ed. Thu first note of $1,000 has
been endorsed by Mr. 1 C. Jones.
The whole of the trustees have
agiced to tho mortgage and the out
standingjaccounts will be paid im
mediately. The church has elected
an entirely new board of trustees
consisting of Ilnwaiians, in whom
entire confidence is placed.
WAIALUA SHOOTING CASE.
FOll A Nl'.Vf TKIAI. BY DE
In the Supreme Court this morn
ing, beforo Mr. Justice Bickcrton,in
the case of J. R. Robertson found
guilty in the Waialua shooting case
by a jury, the followiug motion was
made for a new trial:
And now comes the defendant,
by Paul Neumann, Volney V. Ash
ford, and Gardner K. Wilder, his
attorneys, and moves for a new trial
in the above cause, for the follow
1. On the ground that testimony
was admitted from Dr. McKibbin aB
to his opinion of the number of shots
fired: said Dr. McKibbin not being
first shown to be an expert at gun
ning, or in resistance to gun shots,
or in the cause and effect of spent
shot, and the said testimony being
based upon the effect of the shots
upon the body of Magoney.
2. On the ground that the verdict
is contrary to the evidence adduced
at the trial.
3. On the ground of misdirection
of the jury by the Court in instruct
ing them that thi-y must find defend
ant guilty unless it appeared from
the evidence that, before shooting,
he had retreated to the utmost limit
of his power, until stopped by a
wall or some impassable barrier:
notwithstanding the evidence, even
of the prosecution, shows conclu
sively that the shooting was done
irom inside ucieiuiaui s own room,
after retreating from the pursuit of
his antagonist, -who came ut him
with threats of "cutting his liver
out," aud after defendant had twice
warned him, while retreating to his
own room, "don't come any further
or I'll shoot."
4. That aside from tho principle
involved in the general doctrine of
self defense, there were elements in
this case which made it exceptional.
The evidence shows that the defend
ant was defending his domicil, his
home, as well as his person, and
that he was in fear of his life, from
his pursuer. A man's house is his
castle, and if it devolved upon the
Court to correctly instruct the jury,
under the particular circumstances
of the case; i. c. as to a man's
right to defond himself from attack
in his own household, which the
Court failed to do.
5. On the ground of misconduct
of the jury: in that certain of the
jurymen, to wit, J. II. Black and I.
A. Burgett, stated on their voir .tire
that they had never entertained or
expressed any opinion upon the mat
ter befoic them or any statement
hostile to the defendant therein :
whereas in truth and' fact they had
expressed such liostile opinions, and
were at the time of said trial enter
taining feelings of hitter hostility to
the defendant herein, and had pre
judged said defendant and declared
him guilty in advance of the trial ;
none of which said last mentioned
facts were known let the defendant
or his attorneys until after the trial.
This motion is made upon the affi
davits of J. C. Cluuey aud John M.
Vivas, and also of the defendant
and of his said attorneys, Paul Neu
mann, Volney V. Ashford, and
Gardner K. Wilder, all of which arc
on file herein: as well as upon the
records und proceedings which form
a part of this cause, and such other
and further facts and circumstances,
herein relevant, us may be present
ed at the hearing of the said motion.
Dated this 22d day of January,
1881). Paul Neumann,
Volney V. Asiifoiid,
Gaiidneu K. Wildeu.
The uflldavits were all read by
Deputy Attorney-General Peter
son read tho affidavit of I. A. Bur
gett in which ho states lie had no
recollection of any such conversation
having take place, and had used no
such language ; that ho was unbias
ed at the time of the trial. A simi
lar aflldavit was picseuled on behalf
of J, II, Black, hut it was not signed
owing to Black's absence,
Hon, Paul Neumann said that
both libel; ami liurgett say they
have no recollection of any conver
sation taking place us staled in tho
atUtlftvits of ViYtiB ud Oltmey, ud
tin thought they were unfit to sit as
jurors. It was not tho first lime
that jurors had taken their seats and
sworn thoy were unbiased when
they were not so. Where a man's
liberty is concerned the least tho
Government could do under the
Constitution was to give a fair trial.
Under the circumstances he thought
the defendant had not had a fair
trial. The law laid down in Bridge's
case could not he applicable in this
case. Tho statements of Vivas and
Cluney were of themselves enough
to grant a new trial. The haste with
which the jury gave their verdict
was almost indecent. Thu Couit in
furtherance of justice should allow
a new trial so that the law could be
laid reasonably applicable to this
Mr. Whiting for the Crown
thought the affidavits of Vivas and
Cluuy not entirety satisfactory, and
took exception to their form as
Mr. Neumann refuted the state
ment that the affidavits were not
specific enough. He claimed they
had not been denied.
His Honor said remarks had been
made as to the haste of the jury,
but the Court did not intend to de
cide Inistly on this motion. The
grounds of the motion were all
overruled with the exception of the
misconduct of the jury, which was
a serious question, and which should
be given a serious consideration.
Every man had a right to havo an
unbiased jury. The affidavit of
Cluny must bo presented to him in
due lorra so that he could give the
matter proper and fair considera
tion, lie would endeavor to look
into the case to-day and present his
final decision if possible on Frida'
A WELCOME TO MONS. D' AN
GLADE. Ail excellent rendering of an ex
cellent musical programme was given
by the pupils of St. Louis College,
at the College, on Tuesday evening,
as a welcome to Mons. d'Anglade,
the new French Commissioner. That
gentleman was present, accompanied
by the Bishop of Olba, Father Leo
nore, and Scnhor Cunavarro. The
music was mainly by the College
brass band and the College orches
tra, aud was exceptionally fine.
Two solo3 were also on the pro
gramme ; one violin by Master Jas.
Lloyd, and the other flute, by Mas
ter Henry Bertclman. These were
rendered in a manner to specially
delight aud surprise the visitors.
Mon. d'Anglade, in a. brief speech
to the band, orchestra, and soloists,
expressed his extreme pleasure and
astonishment at the very fine music
with which he had been treated. He
had never imagined Mint he would
find in this little country boys so
competent musicians. They would
he a credit to any city in the world.
In the course of his remarks, Mon.
d'Anglade stated that he himself
had been educated at Stanislas Col
lege, in Paris, an institution num
bering 1,500 students conducted by
Brothers of the same order as those
having charge of St. Louis College,
and he therefore felt special 'pleas
ure in witnessing the surprising re
sults of the Brothers' labors in this
Xoticci under Vila head ure ch'irged 10 centt
per line fur thejlril innrtlon, and S cmtt per lint
every atlditionul insertwv.
BHOP. U-.ii f.f
AEMMTMCHE Deutsche weulen
hitriliiiMi 2ii cinem un '.'U.tn tl.
.Miii air ri-iv.r iIo Helmrt.U'es nluer
y.-jctluel Kiiinur Wiili'lm1. 11 utatltln.
dru'lfit Concerto fieundliulisl eiinjc
infiiiic 8 ltr AlirnilB
i tit Local
03 lit do 'Honolulu Arion."
THE PUBLIC: In consentlnc.
reluctantly, 'to ntirclmse the Ex.,
presb Parcels of tlietJ, P.iNews Co., ur
riving to the iidiliess of r. a. ,M,
llewett bytlinliist'two steamers and thus
i;ive his late stilist-rllii'i'd an oppor unity,
if desired, to avoid oiniiilsslnns In their
date of periodicals, I did so with the
lint of motives to all partleh concerned,
and with the assumption of no respon
sibilities of, or for others. I can no
more step In to make good any patron's
prepaid Mibsciiptloii titan I could de
mand auotliei's unsettled account.
Tlieco are dlffcrimeos to bo settled with
the assignee, and it is as unreasonable
to expect mo to make good any snc
delicti ns. It would bu to expect the
Hawaiian News Co., or any dealer In
any other purl of the win hi,
1 am Impelled to make this statement
fioin the fact that several parties seem
tocouuld r It my pioylnce to complete
tmllllcil subscriptions, and a refusal ou
my pait Is sulllclent ground for a charge
of "colluMon," "fiatid," and ettch kind
Where I In a position to do so. It
would giro me great plcasuio to do an
act that would thus maintain tho credit
aud standing of the suiiso l,mou news
business lu tlii-su Islands, The next best
thing to ho iloncjs to conduct it liouot
ably wllli all. This 1 propose to do,
ami with a buMuu.sexpeiienco of nearly
twenty years In this city, will strive to
maintain tho public coiilldenre and sup
port. tfubicrlptlon favors ate assured
piompt attention aud at rates us reason
able as tho handling of the precarious
business will allow.
Al ordciri In Stationery, Books,
llitslo, Artl U' inatt'ilals, Fancy Goods,
etc., caiottilly tilled at lowet tuailct
iiitoii, uud si.eclal order for monthly
frt'-amer faithfully executed. Hesneet
uilly, THO-.. U. TIRUM,
Stationer, Bookselloruiut News Agciit,
153 it IV Fort street, llimolulu,
Great Trainea Amma
Novelty Show !
Late of P. T. Bunum's Great Hliov:, New
York, U. S.
Ms Block, Fort Street,
Under tlie Urnntl Water-proof
Will Exbiblt for a Short Season Only.
Conimenclnif January 20th, and
Miniature Dog Circus
Consisting of a troupe of the smallest
and most beautiful Trained
Doj in the World.
Wonderful Jugglers & Knife Throwers
CliBmptou CIoc Dancers.
Comle A. Hcntlraentnl Mincers,
funny Acta and
Admission $1 00
Matinee 25 and COc
IN AID OF LOCAL CHARITIES.
On TUESDAY and THURSDAY,
J miliary Both A .list.
Or, Bunthorne's Bride
.Bathetic Opera by XV. B. Gilbert
unit Arthur Sullivan.
Complete with Full Choruo
Doors Open at 7 :30"acSyCommonco at 8
rriicus un XJSUAJL..
Box office will open at J. E. Brown ifc
Co. 'a ou Monday, Juu. UStli, at 1) A. si.
-'iookj of Words of the Opera will
be bold in the l'lH'atre at lOcenU a copv.
Cottage for Sale Cheap.
bTORY Cottage, neailv
n'w, contain hi i: imrlur.
SSSB iliiiinc.room. 4 ucdroums, kit.
clicn, 1 1" th room and rviiturclnset, verun.
dim, stable, wucou-shed, clileUen housu
and yard, flower gurdun. etc. Lot 95
100 icel und leusril lot adjoining 15x75
fuel. Silii'ite ut Ku-inlumu, miiukn sidu
of Kins Htirrt. Apply nt
HAWAIIAN' BUSINESS AGENCY.
HP11E Lease and Building
JL .known us the "Yosemlto
Skating Rink," si United on
Queeti street near Richard btrcct. For
further p-uliculurs npplT to
104 tf Tiios. E. WALL.
A SIX-ROOM Cottae on
Emma street, opponlto
Kmnu Hquxie. Apply to
J. M. VIVAS,
A'i Merchant hired.
FOll SALE or I A
ll ltd by .Mi. it
(It-nsU-in, nit ure ,,,
Mrcut, lietttien thu uuii! is m II
(J, It. BUhop, Juiius C..i')i. 11 a ml o, .,
Dole, neur Kiiiina Sipuiri. No pl'uui
wanied, iindusi, no turn imtch- wuly
a few minutes walk to tho new Mtu for
tho Central Union Church. No tramway
curs wanted. Applv to
E. S. CUNilA,
MS tf Union .Saloon,
FOR SALE or LEASE
TUB Dwelling ami Hc.
1 deuce of Mr. E. It.
Thomas, corner Kluuti and
I'itkol H ret K romm-inilH a milliter,
rupled vluw of die Mililkl, 1'nlo'o uml
IXiiUta V.dleyi, nnil U minutes walk to
the iriiiicuri on King street, Tho main
ImlHIn;,' is plas'ered uud hnrd llniihed
iuid throughout. The building is 1!.
iinrj with double parlor, dining loom,
kitting room, l bedrooms (up stairs),
lulu loom nod uvery coiivvulonce, ile..
tacked cook hotu'tj und punliy, stuble
mill out.buihlliigs complete- froiHugo to
PliUoi street 400 feet, to I'eiibiicnla slrett
goo fin, and to Kluau Mrect about 180
feet, the crou.aU urn nicely laid out,
irrigation -I.0.MJ icel pip. and 10 fauo la,
Inspection ny dftj. Piirtlitr parti
cuUrs ut thu oillro ot
E. II, TII051AS,
150 lot OrtQMr.A.J.CaitwrlKUt,
CORNER HOTEL &
Eastern French Kid Shoes
For Ladles', Misses' & Children.
at Hie Lowest BeiH Prices
Genuine Diamond Dye
Wnn anted Fast.
S0T 1'ltICES LOWER THAN ELSEWHERE
Boys Fine Jersey Suits at $3.50 !
Boys Waists, New Assortment !
-AT A GREAT
-SS T 3E3C HE -sBS-
IKS 9HM PRff LWi HIH&lHmB
EGS--AJN Sc OOIWEJPJSTY.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A
Fancy &ooas SuitaMe for tlie Hoiay Season
Satin Table Scurfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Liioe GurUUiiH. Htampod TlillcH, Bhoo XfUKH, "lato.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
We cull particular attention to our fi.no fceleetiou in
Grande Clotiii for Gents, Yoitls & GQlren !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks,
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
Mies' k Misses' Boots, Sloes & Slippers k Gents' Gaiters
Call on uh beforo going elsewhere.
Bc ST.A.M.3PXIS-Q- DOITED t
CSTHis.E. C. Howe's boautifnl work in Point Laces on exhibition here"a
Pacific Hardware Go., Id,
JPOXV.V SXXII31SX, HONOLULU.
t3r BAKQAINB T8
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns, "
At Lower Prices than ever before. New lnoice of
SHELF-HARDWARE, PLOWS k Gl'L MBRGH11ISE.
NovoltleH itml ITunoy Goodu, In JLurjo Vuirloty.
IBEC1 leave to inform my friends und
patients, that I Intend leaving the
kingdom on the Dili Pel ruary, in bu
absent until Octchir, and that I will
close my ollleu on thu 8lh of February.
Jl. K. UHUSSMAN, Dentist,
llllm No, l8 lloulHt.
English and German
l.m nnt.'l'l! linn mumed it select
ItL Kiil'IUIi ami tiui man School for
young ehfldrou, Hio w HI also give In
ktitictlou In (let man aud Pieuch, In
clusses, or lu pilule luosous, lte.
dencu oudiM Kat wide of MuUlkl street
oppmltu the luwuball Grounds -
Ladies Black Hose !
& Fort Streets.
(JODS - S KS-JiEW GOODS
Hats t Caps, Etc., Etc.,
ALL parties indebted lo V, 8, Luv
ou the 30th day ot September last,
are leiniested to settle up their accounts
nt ouco, W. 8. LUCK.
Hy lil.i attorney In fact, Prank Urowu.
Miss S. R. Patch,
Kawaiahao Female Seminary.
Tutor ot Voice & Piano,
Is prepared to recelv
Unlets, by permission lo leading pro
tckiors of iiiuulo hi Cullforulu, aud lo
nurlrncu In leachlnc In ihu
Addrm u u,bovu, HO 3vr
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