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DAILY BULLETIN! HONOLULU, H., L,
APRIL M, 188D.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1889.
Sclir Mary from Haiialct
Sttnr ICliuui from Hawaii anil Muul
Stinr .1 A Ciunmliis from Koolnu
Stmr ICaala fiom Walaltm unci Walamm
Scbr Kulainaini for Hulawa
Schr Iol Wiililnu for llnmu1.ua
Schr Mlllo Mould for Kooluu
Schr Kulnbow for Kooluu
Satinr W.ilalualo for Kutini at 5 p in
Srlir Mary for Knuul
Stun- Ewu for Ewa
II 11 21 S I'oiiiiornut for a cruise
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Btmr ICaaln for ulalua ami Walauac at
9 a in
From Maul ami Hawaii, per steamer
Klimu, A pi 11 17 .1 ftl McDonald, GeoE
Fair, II (Jollln, V W Goodnle, Mrs A
Jlourliz ami child, Mis K W Unnmrd,
Miss Barnard, Miss Lldimte, II 11 nil,
Miss MeKtnley, Clms Williams, Mrs
Aclimn, Woiik l.eong Sing, F Holmes,
T W Gay, U Wilcox, J, Ake, A Barnes,
N llurlbert, II A lleon, and 02 deck.
For Mtinl, per (.icniucr Llkellke, April
1C Hon P N nkoo, Mrs llcrbeit, Dr
E A Luiidy. Major W II Cm n ell, John
Walbel.G 11 van Gles.cn, F J Lowilc
and son. O Unn i, Miss l.vons, Mrs S IC
Kane and 2 clilldien Mr llaolc, 4 Chi
nese mid abo.it I!0 deck.
Fot ICaual, pir steamer Mikahahi,
April 10 Hon G 11 Dole, Mr Babe.
Prof M M Scott and son, Bev Mian, V
Beilowitz, J Amsilen, -I Chinese, and 31
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kchr Kulainanu 1800 bags sugar.
Schr Mary 1035 bags sugar.
The ste.unei' Ivinau brought this
morning 4,022 bags sugar, HO bags corn,
DO bags spuhs, 30 bags glm:cr, 4 bales
wool, 1 horse, 1115 pkjji smuliles.
CENTRAL UHJON CHURCH.
The quarterly business meeting of
the Ladies' Society of Central
Union (Jhuich, will be held Thurs
day at 10 a. in. All the ladies of
the church and congregation arc
urged to be present, as far as possi
ble, to consult together as to the
best way of doing the Society's
share for the new church, as well as
in the everyday work. Gentlemen
arc invited to lunch, which will be
served at noon. There will be no
social in the evening.
Last evening a paity was given at
the residence of Mr. John A. Has
Binger, in honor of the birthday an
niversary of his daughter, Miss
Juanita Hassingcr. The inteiiorof
the house was most beautifully
decorated for the occasion. Invita
tions had been issued to a large
nuinbsr of young people and were
pretty geneially accepted. Mr.
Berger and his strii,g band furnished
music for dancing. Refreshments
were served during the evening.
The affair was most enjoyable.
S. S. KINAU.
The steamship Kinau arrived this
morning from windward. Purser
Bcckley reports very lough weather
all along the route; one of the boats
was badly smashed nt Papaikou ; the
crew were thrown out but swam
ashore safely ; the F. E. Sanders
was to leave Ililo Tuesday morning
for San Francisco, with 800 tons of
sugar; the Dora Bluhni finished
discharging at Malnikona Tuesday,
and at once commenced to load with
sugar, and v. ill probably get away
for the Coast the end of the week ;
plenty of rain at Ililo, llainakua and
A GOOD SALE.
There was a rer' largo attendance
in front of Mr J. F. Morgan's
aution rooms this noon when he dis
posed of some valuable stock, car
nages, brakes, etc. The bay mare,
Puss, was sold to Mr. O. A. Brown
for $255, bay stallion Boswcll Wood
burn to Major S. Parker for 8220,
while Mr. C. Afong paid 225 for
the black stallion Charcoal. A roan
and a buckskin stallion bioughtSlOS
and 8100 respectively. The road
carts, brakes and enrriages brought
good figures. The sale realized
ELELE PUBLISHING CO.
A meeting of the Elele Publishing
Company was held yesterday after
noon, in the olllcu of lion. J. S.
Walker, Mr. T. It. Lucas in the
chair. The principal business of
the meeting was to accept the char
ter which had been applied for and
granted by the Government, and to
appoint officers under it. The char
ter was read in English and inter
preted into Hawaiian, after which it
was unanimously accepted. Tlio
officers elected were: T. It. Lucas,
President; J. S. ralker,TreaBUicr;
and II. G. Crabbe.Secrctary. Three
directors Messrs. Pua, IIlii and Ii
were elected, to co-operate with
and assist the officers.
The capital of the company is
810,000, in 2,000 shares of 85 each,
with power by provisions of the
charter to increase the capital to
850,000, if at any time deemed ne
cessary. Numerous applications
were made for stock' at the close of
the meeting, which seemed to be
eagerly sought after.
IQfiAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A i.Aiiai: bny horse has strayed.
The aim. con. case is still on.
To-Monnow is Maundy Thursday.
Form opium smokers were hauled
in last night.
Tin: Kinau leaves for the Volcano
on Fiiday nt ?. p. in.
Honolulu Engine Co. No. 1 had
stiect drill last evening.
Tin: U. S. S. Alert will probably
sail to-moirow for Samoa.
A notice from Mutual Telephone
No. 220 appeals elsewhere.
Mr. L. J. Levey will hold an as
signees sale of merchandise on Fri
day. Tun work of laying the tram lines
on Bcrotania Btrcrl is progressing
It. W. Wilcox, civil engineer and
surveyor, has a caul in another
Mr. Toler's celebrated Molting
horse has been purchased hv Mi. E.
The service of the second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral will
commence at 7 o'clock this evening.
Pkof. M. M. Scott loft on the Miku
hala last evening, to take charge of
the normal class on the island of
A Mnini.va of the W. C. T. U. will
be huld at 2:30 o'clock in the parlors
of the Central Union Church to
Ir you want pure ice cream you
will have to go to Mr. P. Horns'
steam candy factory, Hotel street,
and there you will find it.
Mn. Horn announces that ho will
have hot cross buns on Good Friday.
The quality of these buns is too well
known to need comment.
On Wednesday the 24th, Mr. J. F.
Morgan will sell the household fur
nituic at the residence of W. W.
Campbell, 73 Beretania street.
The annual election of the officers
of the Y. M C. A. will be held
Tbuisday evening, nt 7:30 o'clock.
The business meeting will be held on
Tin: postponed meeting of the Y.
M. C. A. boys will be held to-moiiow
afternoon, at 3 o'clock. A practical
talk will be given on Life and Scenes
Anyone intoested in that kind of
thing can see at tho Bulletin office
a sample of biich bark, of which the
Indians make boats, sent from Maine
to Col. M. Thompson, by his son.
A bull entered the garden of a
resident on the plains the other d.iy
without permission, and caused terror
to reign in the hearts of the occu
pants of the bouse, until diivcn off
Two Japanese arrested on suspi
cion of being the murdeiers of a Chi
nese maiket gardener at Kohala,
were hi ought down on the Kinau in
irons, and arc now safely lodged in
Onliu Jail, awaiting trial,
Mit. L. J. Levey will have charge
of the three pcifornianccs to be given
in tho Opera House by W. S. Maltby
the bicycle rider. The first will bo
Saturday evening, May 4th. Full
particular will appear later.
The Oceanic Steamship Company
have just issued a now time table for
their steamers running between San
Francisco, Honolulu and tho Colo
nies. They can be obtained at the
office of Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co.
The boys and girls connected with
the Scripture Union are requested to
meet with tho Y. M. C. A. boys in
the Association Hall, to-morrow ut 3
p. m. A letter from Mr. T. H. Da
vies will ho rend, and member's cards
Special music will lie rendered by
the choir of the second congregation
of St. Andrew's Cathedral, on Sun
day morning next, at the 11:15 ser
vice. It will include Luard Selby's
To Deuni and Jubilate in C and tho
anthem, "Break forth into joy", by
Tin: mother of Thomas Ledward
writes fiom England for information
lespectiong her son, who lust wrote
to her from Koloa, Kauai. If Thomas,
who was a harness and caddlo maker
at Keulia, Kauui, a short time ago,
will communicate witli this office, wo
can place him in communication witli
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rifles, at
Oahu Lodge No. 1 K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2 K. of P., at
Service .it Central Union Church,
Special meeting Oceanic Council
A. L. of II, , at 7:30.
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
HEioni: M'CULLY J.
Wednesday, April 17th.
In probate, estate of George Mor
ris, late of Honolulu, deceased. Pe
tition of Mis. Eliza Jane Wilkinson,
administratrix, with the will and
codocil annexed, for allowance of
accounts and discharge. Ordered
that the accounts be approved, the
adiuinistraliix discharged, and that
she retain the property in her hands
us the person thereto entitled. J.
M. Montwrrat for petitioner,
WAIAKEA SUGAR MILL.
INTKHESTlNd LLTn.ll i'HOM THE PEN
OF HON. At.tX YOLSG.
Tho Lotiisinna "Planter and Sugar
Manufacturer" for March 30th con
tains the following interesting letter
written by Hon. Alex. Young, man
ager of the Honolulu Iron Woiks:
Editor Louisiana Planter: In
your issue of March 2 1 notice some
very interesting statistics regarding
the season's work nt Calumet, which
leads mo to compare the work done
there with double flushing and ma
ceration iu our best equipped fac
tories in the Hawaiian Islands at
the present day,
At Waiakea, Ililo, Hawaii, with
maceration to such an extent that
the juice from supplemental mill
stands i to J the density of that of
the first mill, we have no dilllculty
in obtaining an extraction of 80 per
cent, of the weight of the cane.
And wo can easily average one ton
(2000 pounds) commercial sugar
from 7 tons (14,000 pounds) of
cane no allowance being made for
leaves (trash). And this, too, with
out the use of wood or coal as fuel
the bagasse alone being sufficient.
Over 70 per cent, of the above
sugar sells at a purity of from 98.5
to 09 per cent.
The object I have in view in writ
ing is first, to show that the re
sults at Calumet do not show the
"highest yield from tiopical cane
that is done iu any factory in tho
world," and, secondly, to spur Mr.
Thompson, who is evidently an intelli
gent and progressive gentleman, and
others engaged in the same industry,
on to a still more profitable state
of things. And in order to accom
plish my purpose I will trace briefly
the main features of the mode of
working at the Waiakea factory.
The cane is bi ought to the mill on
cars, holding on an average enough
to wake 500 gallons of juice. These
cars are drawn in a continuous train
alongside the cane carrier,as required
by a gipsyhcad on the end of the up
per l oiler-shaft; the same man who
takes the weights attends to this.
The bottoms of the cars are on a
level with the cane carrier, and
when one side of car is removed the
cane is hauled off by three men with
rakes, and distributed evenly on
said carrier in suitable quantities
for feed of tollers. Two men at
tend to the feeding and a boy to the
juice strainer. Gieatcareis taken
to obtain the best possible crushing
in the first mill. The rollers of first
as well as of second mill are 30" by
GO", fitted with steel shafts and
pinions. An 18"x42" high pres
sure engine is used for first mill, and
a 1G"x24" engine for second mill.
Just as the bagasse is leaving the
three-roller mill a constant shower
of hot water drawn partly from tho
heating drum of the second cell of
the double effect, is thrown upon it
in such quantities that it is well
The bagasse from the three-roller
mill, thus soaked with hot water,
slides from the elevator into the
automatic feeder of the two-ioller
bagasse mill, by which it is fed posi
tively and uniformly into the mill,
and pressed very dry,tho feeder pre
venting a rejection of the feed, no
matter how great the pressure may
be on the i oilers, thus insuring a
better extraction and much dryer
fuel. From this mill the bagasse
shoots into tipping cars, is weighed
and taken direct to tho furnaces,
where, being so dry, it burns very
The juice from both mills flows in
one channel into theclarificrs, where
it is at once heated to a proper tem
perature and limed, and brought up
to a boil for a few moments. After
settling a little in the clarifiers it is
drawn off through lloat pipes into
the subsiding tanks, and the dirty
froth and muddy settlings washed
out quickly into the receptacle for
The juice after standing for, say
fifteen minutes, in the subsidcrs is
drawn off through float pipes, as re
quired by the vacuum cleaning pan,
which is connected to all the sub
eiders by pipes having controlling
cocka, so that any one of the sub
aiders may bo drawn from as requir
ed. Having gotten rid of the heavy
impurities iu the subsidcrs the
lighter dirt is now tin own off iu the
vacuum cleaning pan, which is usu
ally worked at a vacuum of fifteen
inches. At this vacuum the leui
peiature is such that tho juice taken
from the subsidcrs is almost hot
enough in itself to boil, atid"the ad
ditional heat needed to do the work
of cleaning is supplied through the
copper pipe coil in bottom, and
steam cone m centre of pan, exhaust
steam only being used.
The cleaned juico is constantly
pumped off into supply tank for
double effect, nud the muddy skim
mings by a separato pump into tho
receiving tank for mud presses.
The double effect and vacuum
pan are woiked in the usual manner,
graining first and second sugar iu
the pan. The only difference being
that superheated exhaust steam,
only is used in both double effect
and vacuum pun except when there
is no exhaust steam, which is sel
dom. Tho wagon sugar is the third
grade, and tho molasses from that
is boiled and run into large stone
tnnks, where it is allowed to stand
six or eight months, and ccutrifu
gated previous ta starting on next
season's crop. Sometimes the sugar
thus obtained is worked back with
the third sugar, so that there may
bo only three grades.
The washings and bottoms of all
tanks go to ttic mud presses, so that
nothing may bo wtxtod. TJiu mud (
cakes, inmate u-.be- .mil fourth mo
lassos, with other refuses are mixed
together nnd used as si fertilizer,
than which for that purpose wo have
found nothing better.
Following the fuel now, wo have
the bagasse dumped in front of the
furnaces, wheic there is room to
hold enough fuel for half u day's
i mi. The feeding of tho furnaces
is done by hand through a double
furnace mouth, which is always
kept so banked up witli bagasse that
cold air is not allowed to enter.
Theie are only two furnuces, and it
takes one man to each. The grate
bars aie of the slepladder style, and
answer well for the fine bagasse,
there being no waste of fuel through
the grates. Hot air pipes inserted
in the bridges are used with excel
There are one pair tandem boil
ers, consisting of one tubular 15'
0" and one Galloway 19 C", both
G' diameter, connected by a steam
drum on top and water pipes below;
and a combination boiler, similar iu
its woiking, but in one piece 25' by
7', Galloway tubes and Hue iu one
end mid tubular at the other.
Where the gases of combustion
leave the boilers their tcmperaluro
is about GOO degrees. And in order
to utilize ns much of that waste
heat as possible we have placed nt
the end of the boilers two super
heaters not to superheat live
steam, but to superheat the collected
exhaust steam from every source
throughout the woiks. Said exhaust
steam is conducted through a main
pipo into supei heaters at a temper
ature of 215 degrees to 220 degrees,
and there being a difference of 385
degrees temperature between the
steam to be heated and the gases es
caping toward the chimney. The
transmission of heat to the exhaust
steam is very considerable, for the
superheated steam with no increase
of pressure often reaches 450 de
grees temperature nnd is never less
man iSo uegrces. As wm ue no
ticed, this is now gaseous steam,
and temperature anil pressure bear
no relation to eaeli other, and there
fore the vapor from any of the cells
of a multiple effect may be super
heated to a tcnipoiature' far beyond
that of live steam without increa
ing the procure or changing the
vacuum in pans, and then used in
the heating drum of following cell or
cells as shown in specifications of
patent. In the present mode of
working at Waiakea the superheated
exhaust steam runs the vacuum
cleaner, double-effect, vacuum pans,
and do as most of the heating iu tho
clarifiers, but as soon as one more
cell has been added to the "effect"
the vapor from the first cell will also
be taken through a portion of super
heaters, on which the waste gases act
later, and return to the heating diuui
of second cell under a vacuum of 8
say, and with a temperature equal
to that of live steam. There will
then be left iu the gases enough of
heat to pioduce a good draft with a
chimney 100 feet high. If, how
ever, it is desncd to carry the util
izing of heat further, forced combus
tion may be adopted and high chim
ney dispensed with.
In arranging new works of any
magnitude I would prefer having a
multiple effect of five pans, arranged
two and two, set opposite each
other in pahs, and one the first pan
at one end and so connected that
the superheated exhaust steam
would operate it, and the Tapor from
it, rising from the boiling juice,
passed through section of super
hcateia and returned to (list cells of
each of the two pairs of pans, vacu
um in fust cell of the fhc being
about 8". In this way of working
the most extensive maceration or
diffusion of sugar cine may be car
ried out comfortably without any
fuel other than that furnished by
the bagasse or chips.
As arranged at piesent at Waia
kea a dilution of over 40 per cent,
nia' be made by maceration in the
whole juice, and all the woik done
on the bagasse alone as fuel.
The crop runs from 3,500 to 4000
short tons, and the daily output of
sugar 20 to 25 short tons in eleven
hours, crushing ten hours, and the
usual number of hands employed
When the above factory was start
ed and for several years after it
took over ten tons of cane and a half
ton of coal to make a ton of sugar;
hut after doing away with all open
pans and iiilioduciug double crush
ing and maceration with automatic
feeder on bagasse mill, automatic
vacunm cleaning pan, multiple ef
fect, supei heating exhaust steam
and vapor by the waste heat of the
bpent gases of combustion on their
way to tho chimney, improved bag
asse furnaces, filterpresses for skim
mings and settlings, etc., the pre
sent state of peifcclinii bus been
roached. It should also be men
tioned that the quotient of puiily of
first grade of sugar has been raised
by tho intioductloii of those Im
provements one and a half dcgices,
and that of the lower grades two
and a half degrees. The quantity
of waste molasses has also been very
much icduccd, there being much
less inversion by tho present mode
of working. Alex. Young.
Honolulu, II. I., Mar. 12, 1889.
The special services at the Itoinan
Catholic Cathedral to-inorroWjMaun-dy
Thursday, wilt bo us follows: 7
a. m. high mass; 3 p. m, washing
tho feot ; 7 p. ni. Portuguese ser
juoii; 8. p. in, Ilauniinu acriuou.
Xottcet witter t'h Uentl ure tharne.l 10 emit
... f.. J.- 11. rilxtf I...... . f .- .. f M ,fM
ncru Kililillonel ntrUn,
I I iij(rincytiHiiuciii
DELICIOUS I'uro IcoCreiim, fresh
cvurj tiny, only $2 per gallon, nt
tho Pioneer Btcam Candy Factory and
Bakery, Uotcl street, between Nuiianu
nnd Fort strct. 221 at
EASTER Kfigs for the llttlo one.', at
Hart A Co.'a Catitly Store, Hotel
OSTER Kier In grosser Auswald In
Hurt & Co 's Candy Fabric, Hotel
street. 225 tit
Oceanic muslim Cwi'y.
Stmrs "UMATILLA" & "AUSTRALIA"
Friday, 12 noon:
Friday, 12 noon:
ORDEHS for the Odorlei-s ExcaTator
will receive prompt attention If
telephoned to No. 220 Mutual Tele
phone. 220 lw
HOM the resilience
of .1. U. MUcrton
a largo uay norse,
branded "lUI1' under
lnnnc, one hind foot
white. A reward of $5 will he ien to
any ptrsnn returning s.ld liora to ihe
residence of Mr. Aiherlnn, or to Me-Brs.
Castle & Cooke's. i'it at
''J",IIIS lift. niO' u on Fort or KiliK
X strcit bftiet.ii Kishi'l's store nnd
Pnhiinu, a piiei! of Black Figured Silk.
Return to Mr At hi or tins cilice 2o tf
A DIVIDEND of Three Dollars per
share will be paid to the share
holders of the Inter Island Steam Xavl.
gallon Co, on WEDNESDAY, April
Jth inst.. at their oQlce.ou Queen street.
Bccwtarr I. I. S. N. Co.
Heaolulu, April 1G, 18S9. 225 3t
POSITION as governess, companion
or houBckccper, by a lady recently
from the States. Address "L. C ," this
office. 22-1 lw
Mil. C. IiOLTE is hereby authorized
to Mirn our tlrin n.imu by procura
tion. M. S. GKINHAUM & CO.
Honolulu, April 12, 1880. 222 lw
HON. SAMUEL M. DAMON holds
my power of attorney to act for
me during my absence from this King
dom. CIIAS. R. BISHOP.
Honolulu, Aprill2, 1880. 222 lw
AS I intend to close out my business
on April 2.")th, I give notice that
ull watche-. ami jewrliy, left over three
months for r(iiuiri'. will be lold at auc
tion, if nut clumu-d mi that date. All
outstanding account not paid on April
30th, will W placed in tho hands of a
220 td MAX EOICART.
For San Francisco.
The Pant Hailing Hurkentlne
"S. G. WILDER,"
Captain A. II. Paul,
Will have quick dippatch for the
C2T"For fielglit or passage apply to
F. A. SCIIAEFER & CO.,
225 tf Agents.
" Ham1 SaMlirraM "
Just rccalved per bark "(J. N.
Wilcox" from Germany.
FO HAI.K 1IY
H. HACKFELD & CO.
Han J list arrived with an
From England and Germany.
FOll MALI". AT
H. Haokfeld & Oo.'s.
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tue
X moBt popular paper published,
ii TEIIPI C
Grand Opening of New Goods
In Every Department !
I wish to call attention to the ladies that the Stock haa
been selected personally and the
Dry Goods ! Fancy Goods !
Boots & Shoes, Boy's Clothing, etc., etc.
THE BEST ASSORTMENT OF THE
Latest Novelties in Wash Material
To bo had at tho Temple of Fashion.
Wo Invito Inspection -tea No Troublo to Sliow Goods
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
JBSyOn account of tho death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire new and
ruagnifieieiit stock will be sold for cash at and below cost. ErerytUing
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. Tho stock" con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fancy Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Hoots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we hare a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' nnd Boys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
JSoll rX,eleiIioiio, CO -nC6y
No. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on band and For Sale a Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, ."RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
SCOTCH ana IRISJB. "WlHJESISrsr,
In Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fiuo & Very Cheap Qualities, na are wanted ;
CBRSS; in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, I3cHt I3raul In tn Murlfot;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints nnd Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
Bitters, LiquorH Absinthe,
Anollinarl Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
AB l'OLLOWS: -
Zinlimdol, Muliigsi, Tokay, Madeira,
Port, Sherry, Itiosling, Hooks, Etc, Etc.
SJg- All of which will be bold AT LOWEST RATES by
2170 tf Manager.
109 1W11T STKKKT, HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and .Toilet Articles I
Agents for I. Lorillard &. Co.'s Tobaccos, & W. S. Kimball & Co.'b
Tobacco and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works - 73 Hotel Street.
& FOHT STREETS.
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
jIu.tiinl TColoplioue, ,3V 1
ISTER & CO.,
4 DKALKIta IK-
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