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Holders o( water privileges, or
llioe paying water rules, are hereby
notlfird that the hours for using
water for irrigating puipc-Mss, arc
from: C o'clock lo S o'clock a. m.,
nniM p'elock to C o'clock r. u.
f5l tnow fond vlohitlng the above
xulerill be liable to have their supply
of water cut off.
CIIAS. B. "WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
L. A. Tmmsios,
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 291 tf
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
SATURDAY, JULY 27, 1889.
A DOCTORLESS DISTRICT.
Editok Bullet ix; In one of
your issues, the latter part of last
month, you stated that the Board of
Health would send a doctor to this
district the Hrst of July ; now it is
nearly the end of this month, and
no doctor has arrived as let. Wu
are all lax payers, airtl are entitled
to the services of ti physician. AYhy
we have been so long (some four
months) without the services of one
is an enigma which can only he
answered by the Honorable Board of
. A short time ago the President of
the Board was taken sick at 1'apa,
in Kona. What did he do but send
for the doctor of the district who
lived at Kaawaloa, .a distance of
some 25 miles, also for the doctor of
this district who lived at Naalehu,
a distance from Papa of 2o miles,
and, from all 1 can learn, for nothing
very serious. Now, I wonder what
this President would have done, had
he been as sick as some are and
have been in this district, or had he
broken a limb, most likely would
have sent for the rest of the Govern
ment physicians on the island.
We are sadly in need of a doctor's
services, nearly every day. The
night or early morning of the Bd,
a man broke his leg near Punaiuu,
by falling off a bridge, and, after
lying there in this condition for
some hours, was found and brought
to Pahala for treatment, which he
received at the hands of the planta
tion bookkeeper, vslio did all in his
power to relieve the man, and very
luckily set the leg properly, it being
very much swollen ; but had the re
verse been the case, could anyone
have blamed this man had he cursed
such a Board, through whose neg
lect or carelessness (in not having
a doctor in the district), he might
have been 'a cripple for life. This
is one of the many cases, in which
we have been in need of professional
While in Honolulu I spoke to the
President in regard to a physician
for this district. He said we would
have one very soon. I suppose nhat
he calls soon is in t'jc course of a
year. He remarked that two had
made application. The nearest doc
tor to my residence is Uilo, a dis
tance of 45 miles, and u person
might bo;deacl'and buried before he
get here. Hoping that we may have
a doctor sos-n, I remain, etc.
Kapapala Ranch, Kau, Hawaii,
July 23, 1889.
II. I. G. SI. gunboat Wolf left
Apia June 27th for -Jnluit for the
purpose of bringing to Samoa King
Malietoa and four other chiefs who
were deported two years ago by
II. I.G.M. Sophie arrived nt Apia
from Auckland via Tonga June 2.".
Chief Engineer G. W. Hall of the
U. S. S. Nipsic died atTutuila June
The Samoan Times of July 18th
says: "Our advices leceived from
many of the outlying districts of the
group give a lamentablu account of
the distressed circumstances of the
Samoans. Several white traders
from the country districts of Upolu
and Savnii who lately visited Apia
assuio us that the natives arc now
living on coc-oanuts, no othpr food
Admiral Kimberly, when he heard
of the distress in the outer district?,
went to Pngo Pago, and returned to
Apia in the schooner Mary Ilogan,
bringing with him a large quantity
of biscuits, rice, cornflour, beans,
etc, which he obtained from the
IJ. S. storeship Monongahela. The
food amounted to lfi,000 pounds
and wan distributed amongst the
distressed natives. This timely and
substantial act of benevolence was
II. B. M. S. Rapid is at Apia.
Destroying His Prospccts-l'nlher
See here, Robert, why "do you
make -euch ci fuss about going to
BcbooI? Small Boy (tearfully) I
I don't want no education, pa,
'cause jf I get ono I tha'n't never
Iiay ji soft seat ou a jury, like you.
ftflr A'ttJlilM 2 II & tit
FUlir 9TRRBT SQIIGGIcl
'foHhltt&i fcihtiilimlkiit UA liiMi
The closing procectllnKS of Volt
street School on Friday wcro enjoy
ed by many visitors, u list of whom
appears below. Reviews of studies
were held simultaneously in the
seven departments, so that nobody
could stay iuiig in ono place and yet
see the whole school. All the rooms
were beautifully decorated with foli
age uud bloom.
Pi of. M. M. Scott, Principal,
started the review in -his room by
placing the class in geometery at
the blackboards. They very rapidly
demonstrated ?evehil piobiems nnd
theorems, including some given by
the Inspector-General. Thu smart
pitcher of the Honolulu Baseball
Club distinguished himself in this
exercise, his curves in chalk being
no less graceful than the parabolic
lines he makes the ball describe on
the diamond. The pupils were re
viewed also in English history, and
English lilcraUue in tno classes.
Their ready answers and lucid ex
planations in these brunches showed
thorough tuition from the beginning
of the respective courses, lTof.
Scott's method of instruction, which
governs all the depaitments of the
school, makes study in one brunch
blend with that in another. Thus a
conect use of the English language
is sedulously cultivated even in the
acquirement of arithmetic, geo
graphy, etc., which is perfectly
feasible through making written
exercises one of the chief mediums
for iinpaiting knowledge in all
branches. So also are literary and
historical studies made mutually
helpful, through appropiiate ques
tioning in lebsims upon one or the
other. The relations of particular
characters lo their limes, and of
literary life to specified period, aic
thereby made clear and lixed in the
intelligence and the memory of stu
dents. The written exercises of the
pupils in all branches, which were
exhibited to the visitors, evinced the
grasp of the subjects with which the
pupils have been endowed, as well
as the deep grounding that they
have received in all those essen
tials of education comprised in the
term correct composition. The pen
manship, punctuation, and literary
style of the papers all, with ramai li
able lack of exceptions, attest the
foregoing judgment. Propoition
ately with the advancement, all the
departments below the principal's
exhibit the same excellencies of
written work, so that it is needless
to describe each in detail with le
gard to this feature.
Mr. A. V. Gear, assistant teacher
in the higher branches, gave reviews
in his loom of Latin, physical geo
graphy, algebra and English. Most
of the pupils were very toady in re
sponses io the most diilloult ques
tions, orally and on the blackboard.
The Latin chios was especially pro
ficient, several of its members trans
lating from Ciesar offhandodlj- with
The other departments in order,
to and including the primary grades,
are taught respectively by Mises
Brown, K. Ncedham, Winter,
Walker and Coin sen. They were
all leviewedin the oidinary brandies
pertaining to each. Excellent wiit
ing, distinct and expressive leading,
correct spelling, alacrity in giving
answers, and general brightness
showed ellicieney everywhere. Miss
Brown has intioduced an interesting
feature in plrysical geography, being
topographical modeling in sand,
putty, etc. A vcrv creditable spe
cimen was a niodcf of North Ame
rica, showing the chief mountain
rallies and coast lines.
Miss Coursen gave a charming ex
hibition of her petit charges in the
most juvenile grade. This lady is
certainly peerless as a primary
teacher, although having an envia
ble record as a high school teacher
elsewhere. Joined with faultless
technical skill she evinces love for
the little ones so unmistakable as to
compel them to return her affection.
With the complete control of their
minds thus secured Miss Coursen
gives hor pupils an inclination for
study that must influence- the bal
ance of their school life. Although
none of glier review was premedi
tated, nor anything cut and dried
in advance, the reading and spelling
in classes were correct and vivacious
to a charm, and the slate and black
board exercises, even to a taste of
pioverbully hated fractions, per
formed with admirable neatness,
precision and readiness.
From the grade jut mentioned
the children arc passed on to the
very elllcient haiuH of Miss Walker,
who has developed tlicjqunlitics of n
sterling teacher and (ills her place
with credit to the institution.
Miss Winter's classes are worth'
of special mention for the high pto
liciency in English shown in all the
exercises, Miss Ncedham is valued
as u scholar possessing good teach
ing ability, as the woik in her de
partment proves, and if liable to
any criticism it is for the amiable
quality of not being a severe task
lnistress, ' i.iTKKAitT i:xi:ucisks.
At 11 o'clock the two primary
grades gave a liteiary and musical
entertainment, which teachers and
puplU of the other departments, as
well as visitors, enjoyed intensely.
Prof. II, Ilerger and a member of
the Royal Band with violin mid
saxophone led several Jbchool
choruses that were sweetly sung.
The recitations of the little ones
were uttered with remaikable elocu
tion. One in nhich four girls with
ksuqukU nsdjkMf fpmUilktll
mess mys smgiyi urns a ptuuci
uctly ubpropriato to llid poHormci'i
entitled "The LUllcat Girl In
School," elicited uccording to their
naturq hearty applause and laugh
ter. Tho closing exorcises of the ad
vanced classes took, place in the
Principal's room, commencing at 1
o'clock p. m. To furnish seating
capacity for the large audience the
doors communicating with M.r
Gear's room weie drawn. The walls
of botli rooms were tastefully decor
ated while festoons of green hung
from the ceiling.
The programme consisted of
songs, dialogues, recitations nnd
compositions. It is needless to say
every number was worthy of the
occasion. The dialogues "Sewing
Society" was rendered by Misses
Evelyn Dexter, Mamie Carroll, May
West, Myra Angus, Annie Paty and
Master Frank Poor. The droll cos
tume aud gossipy conversation
caused gieat merriment. The suc
ceeding numbers weie uitistieally
rendered and duly appreciated, but
the recitations of Miss Jennie Iluie
and Miss May Atkinson are deserv
ing of special mention.
Miss Hare appeared in "How
Ruby Played the Piano." This
was no school girl recitation, but a
piece of superb acting. Nothing in
the piece was beyond tho 3'ouug
lady's capability. From grave to
gay, slow to animated, sublime to
ridiculous, the gifted speaker glided
with the facility of a born actress.
She sat down amidst a perfect storm
of piolonged applause.
Mis3 May Atkinson succeeded
with "Shamus O'Brien." It was
rather trying lo follow such a suc
cessful rendition as Miss Hare's,
but Miss Atkinson was fully equal
to tho occasion. Her animated de
livery, her perfect clianieleiizaliun
and graceful stage pu-seiicc -immediately
commanded attention. As
the recitation progressed she devel
oped intense dramatic power. Voice,
action and gesture seemed to elevate
the piece from a recitation to a ce-iic
and from an elocutionary t'isphiy to
The performance closed with Ha
waii Ponoi of which everyone
kuowcth the tune and no man
knowctli the words. The exercise
reflected great credit on all con
cerned, participants and teachers
One thing marred the performance
viz.: the place where it was held,
audience and participants were de
tailed in the most unsatisfactory
manner. Pupils cannot do them
selves justice ilropped into u crowd
like an organ grinder. The music
which wan led by Piof. Beigerwas
sweet, but an arrangement of the
voices so as to blend would have
rendered it far more effective. Ex
perience has demonstrated that
actors and audience should he separ
ate. It is to be hoped that the next
literary exercises of this school,
which is the pride of our city, ma
be given in the Opera House. Givk
OCH HOYS ANI OliU.S A CHANCi:.
So much for the participants.
Among the spectators were: il.R.H.
Princess Liliokalani, His I IonorJudge
S. B. and Mrs. Dole, Hon. II. A.
Widcmaiin, A. T. Atkinson, Inspcc-tor-Gencial,
and Mrs. Atkinson,
Mons. D'Anglade, French Commis
sioner, Mr. and Mrs. G. West, Rev.
E. G. Beckwith, C. M. Wnite and
Mrs. White, Hon. II. S. Townsend,
Rev. A. Mackintosh, J. A. Ilassin
grr and Mis. Ilassinger, Rev. G.
Wallace. Mesdmuus S. M. Damon,
W. W. Hall, E. D. Tenneyr C. II.
Eldrctlge, J. II. Paty, W. C. Wil
der, J. Angus, J. O. Carter, J. II.
Hare, W, J. Lowrey, Shanatt, T.
King, D. R. Vida, G. W. Meriill,
II. Macfarlane, G. J. Ross, R. J.
Greene, J. II. Soper, Lemon, Pod
more, Brick wood, Jas. Lylc, D.
Logan, Weight, Laine, M. M, Scott,
Misses Gallic M. White, K Winter,
K. Lisliman, Glade, Agnes Walker,
Mclntyre, Annie Walker, Nellie
Brown, Brown, Louisa Brickwood,
B. Barnard, Afong, Zoo Atkinson,
Lucas, E. Sharralt, M. Rhodes,
Giililand, Widcmann, Nannie Need
ham, Courftcn, Messrs. II. J. Gal
lagher, C. II. White, A. Lucas, T.
P. Severin and A. V. Gear.
17XTRA Fine Fruit ami
I-J C'rL-um Piej, Cieitin
Cilce, I'c.ch Pins Apple:
cko and all kiml nt
Fancy Pastry fresh in-day
at I he "Elite." HI I It
p J. FISHEL, the Leiilliip Mill!
J nery Uoiitu, Iih Just recrlvul by
the Australia n romplel lbif if ww
ami fushtniialile lulu mil'lniined among
them the well known Siilnr Hui, the
Christine ami ihe "par, awl wi 1 have
thi-se hats iHpliiyr-(l by Mndiy, Mr.
I'IpIuiI ill he plcastid tn lmvu thu Indies
call at hid ttoru mid look ut his mm
lii.llinny. :m 3t
MR. DODD li" jiwi received ox
"U tiilii ' unoilier lot nf ihiit
"1'II1LI)KI I'MIA UU'.VM HI5KH"
in 1;l--.'s which lit in ulUiiinj,' to his
rmninmcrs 310 lw
mid i vi'iiin-' ni I lio
v uikilil tcrmum nf the
Kini;.3tiei't tiiuncir linn. I'.-iuihenii
itiltnes uill loivu thu phieo fu-town ut
11 O'olu.-K to.iiU'llt 311
FEUJVS FOlt SALE.
T ' SK flosirlK Tinia ill find
vr. fiosirii'L' iirna iii umi n
I-Illi I) Ml'ttll ill, fi m K w
.itinl.i.i'o li iiieiy ut tin- rteuu of A J...
f-mlth, l'oit btn-ct. 1'ilco ruiieouable.
Mqh ft) hi M h iWIJfi
SOCIAL SALE OF
On WcilncHdny, July 31st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31 ,
1 will fell at Public .Miction, at WOLt E
& t'O'd -tiro, on King street,
tho Datiitieu of Steele of
Counicr,h' Ivlnc, Shmv Cases,
One MACnoalo & Urban Safe',
1 lli-rsi-& Delivery Wngon.
IiEWIS J. LEVEY,
Auction Sale t,f Elegant
I am instructed hy Mil M. OttBENto
sell nt I'uhlic Miction, nt hi resident e
3111 Koit st'O'-t. (n account of depnrlute
fiom Ihe Kingdom),
On Tuesday, July 30,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
The whole of his House-hold Furniture
nnd hli'ccts. comprising in part
IJUUUIV IIUMUX J. 1UUU1U1 lUl
Iii hxe-uiiint Order, a Splendid In
slriiuicnt; 1 Bl'ck Ebony Klticre.
1 lihick i:i)inj nnd Gill Jaulinle-rc
wiili l'.iimed Panels,
1 Klt'giini . W. I'arlor Suite, Up.
bolstered in (taw btik;
1 It vv. Ladies.' Woik '1 utile.
Clmleo llniiize Ai binii OinnraentH,
thiuidvliur-t & I.nm t-,
Large & Small Rugs,
1 B. W. f'ombinalion Eccrctarj &
1 I'. (J. Hid Lounge, Marbleo Cen
1'ruckct Easy f h-iir-,
Elegant I). V. Sideboard,
li. W. Extension Din'ng Table, B.
Oil Cloili & Malting, I.ounce,
B. W. Wardrobe with I'lisie Glass
1 DECORATED DINNER SET
144 Pieces ;
Kmpres" Move & Kiiolu n Utensils,
2 fine It. . Iteiiiooni fee-tn, JIar-(
1 l"aiiiiiil Ik'tlroi m S -t,
1 Elufiant II. . l In flbnie-rc.
Mosquito Nets, Hair & Spring Mattresses
2 B. W. Children's Bul-lend",
1 li. t. Coniblualion Child's Ecd-
Gbi.-t.wnri', Cioe-kery, ''uih-ry,
Gaitkii ilo-u &, Tools, &c , &c.
fifiy" The !inuc will ho open for in.
P'jclion on MONDAY, J-iij 2!Mh, from
10 to it o'clock l' m
303 5 1
EXTRA CARS for SATURDAY,
Two Cms will wait the tern 'nation
of the game on Ben Inula htrcet.
Two (Jar? will
10:r.7 for Pa-
And for the LiM Trip?: Three Cara
will leave ut 0:7 for I'ahirna.
Sunday, July 28th.
Iloiul, E-uhinmlp, Fo't mid Rcliool
Btrocts to I'liunn From lintel SV10 a.m.
nnd cv.-ri liour uulil 0:20 p. in.
From Pauna 6:45 a. m. and every hour
until 0:15 p.m.
O.ihu l!ollege, Deretnnia trect nnd
Paiins Snniii nti lust. Hiindny. 1)11 It
and Lt-ve's Bn.
U kei, Illllf.ioillid
HiiiL', Iumi Ine ihe mimes of "llrnry.
KmnnwV ('linrlcj'' Inside The flntJer
on r'-iuniingHiliI rlnir to Lovo'u Bakery
will bunuiubly ruwuide-d. !)0S4t
rpiIE rt-KiiUir qnurtiiily meeting of the
JL Panillo lludwaio Co,(ld). will
be held nt their utllco on TUESDAY,
July !lu, lMhii. at 1(1 n't loeU a. m.
JAS. G. SPENCBIt,
1M7 Id Secretary.
ELECTION of OJTFIOE11S.
AT a meeting of the stockholders of
thu Hecipior.lty Snintr Company
held III is day,
worn el- rtod:
thu followihg ouiccra
Prihi.lent lU'n, J. S
Vic-.l'icHiili-u ion. YV, H,
Tie-iwuitr.. ...... Hon, W, O
rJicre-tary Mr. K I. Spilding,
(He i' eciuil):
'-v( M . Jidin !. p,ty.
E. 1 SPALDING,
Honolulu, July 25, 18Stt. WW 3t
Explaining why tho insurance Coiri missioned have referred trj Tllti MitttttVl iilfo tiiSill'nmW Com
pany of .Now York as 'Tho Model .Life limurunco Company of the World," nnd why it
is entitled to your first consideration:
IF YOU WISH TO PROVIDE
FOR VOUR WIFE ! FOR A BEQUEST 1
FOR YOUR CHILDREN I FOR AN INCUMBRANCE!
FOR YOURSELFI FOR A BUSINESS LOSS I
FOR YOUR RELATIVES I FOR A PARTNERSHIP INTEREST!
. The Mutual Life Insurance Company of Now York
form and for less money than It can be done in any other way.
Good and Conclusive Reasons Why?
Because it is the Oldest active Life Insurance Company in the United States.
2 It is the Largest Financial Institution in tho "World, its assets amounting to more than
3. It isthe Strongest and Safest Company, possessing over Thirty-two Millions of Dollars MORE
cash resources than the next largest company In the world.
' It is a Purely Mutual Company, with no stockholder.) to claim any part of the profits ; the assets
and surplus all belong to the policy holders.
5. Its expenses to receipts have been LESS, and its payments to policy holders MORE than any oilier
company, while its Total Surplus earned and dividends paid have never been equalled", hence
it is the Cheapest Company in winch to insure.
15. It is the Best Company, as it combines all the advantages of age, large and select membership, flnan
cial strength, absolute security, and tho cheapest insurance combined with the best investment
that is honestly possible under any contract having a dclinatc vnluc to the beneficiary, while its
policies are the Simplest and most comprehensive as well as the most liberal forms of insur
ance contracts ever issued.
A. D. THOMAS, Executive Special Agent, New York. 307 if
- Ilif Mr -P3
(On li- )
Per S. S. Umatilla,
At The Beaver Saloon
Iff. J. XOETS3. I'loprSetor.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
Will leave Honolulu for the above
Friday, August 2nd,
For Freight or Pas nge apply to
WM. O. I3WIH & 00.. Agents.
V, 0 lw
Carriage For Sale Clivap.
ii-iW l" turitl-r O"
riHt't- in I lit .ii.i
und h ml'oiin I tiliiiini-i-
in first chis-
vild to Clil-'H
lyli ; mii-i l-c imniwli m-1
u- lanin ni. Applv to
Furni.sliod Cottage To Let
SM U. Cott c In per
fect oidur-1 rooms, inert
ly ftiinif-heil wiili nioMinto
pi oof doors and windows a d kl eh n.
Conveniently situated in a hetlthy loea
llty. Itent re-asouabl to good tenant.
HAWAIIAN IJUSiNEsS AGENCV.
Cottage To Let.
2SEW one ftory Cottngc
on uiipe-r part of I.iliiiu
stiect, coiiitilniiii; 5 rooms
n'cely papered and painted, bath room,
Kite en, nice- lawn. Miudc tit-e?, etc.
Will be rented reasonable to a good ten
ant. IIAAVAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY'.
STORE TO LET
THE blow lately occupied
by 1-; O U-iwc, WayV
taaU IMock, King Blrei t. nt h hsoii.
nldo rcnt'il. Po'si""! n u'iven it oe"
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
'J' E best temedy for
1 wound , uleers,
galls, pi oud Ue-sh autl
(ores of every de,--erli -
- tion to peiuoiis or ani
mal-.. Adontod by leading hore i ail
road, club uud lively stible-, etc., in
tlie I'lilled States and elsowheio. AVo
aio prepuied to rovo ibis Ptateiueut by
testimonials and references to phuiteis
and liverymen in tbli Kliigdoii.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
A LARGE assortment of Photographs
and hieit'oscoplo Views of the
most attractlvi) scenery, buildings, etc ,
in thes Ishiuds, for sale at leiibouable
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Corner Foil and Mtiichiint btrcels.
N actho man to miiko a tlioroiich
camasa of thusii iabuuls for the
ealo of aitlcles of uie-ilt. A jicruiaiieiit
and lue-ratlvo i-ltimtinti to a ciuaieteiit
l-eieon. Address with ii-fciuuce-s Pot
Otllce Lock Box No. 351, Honolulu, II. I.
10i FORT ST1CS
iF ' MLMLifi
1 H yw'ft" Vm
General Depot. Wholesale and Eetail.
THE WRITING IS IN TLAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LA.ST
Wo Tilting of Carriage to Consume Time Only 28 Keys
Full Case of 84 Characters Interchangeable Typo
Keys that can he Changed in 5 Seconds.
f$ This method allows the tiso of any languago or style of type.
Tho alignment of tho Cuaniull is far btiperior to any other type writer.
TliiH cut represents the Typo Sleove )eculinr to tho Cranium Tyi'e WniTEit.
It movea up and down, and twills to tho right and loft to reach a common
printing point. It contains all the letters capitnls, "lower caso," figures
and punctuation nmrhr to tho number of tiighiy-four characters. This
Type Slcovo can ho lcmoved, and another, with an entire change of typi,
inserted in the machine in a few seconds. Tho Sleovcs can bo increased in
number t-u ns to include all blyleb of
bend for Catalogues.
Mr. Frank Brown,
Mr. James Love,
LATE Residence of
Mr. M, Green,
SJ1D Port street.
STOKE, Etc, noie1 occupied hy
Mr. Wolfs, Ortc r,
BQC Apply to
A, J. OAKTWIUGIIT,
SOD if Merchant street.
I Whether You Live
Whether You Diel
can furnish this. provision in better
- 1KT. 8EOKM3.U.
Caslimere Bouquet Toilet Soap.
Cuslmierc Bouquet Perfume.
Violet Toilet Water.
HAWAIIAN NEWS CO.,
General Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
ON account of tho eslabllshmeiit of
tho l'nrcels Post, tho Agency of
Wells. Fargo Co.'s Express in these
Islands will ho dlsconUnuri. 8 0 8t
ALL persons having bills against the
undt'Mlftne'il Mil requested to pre.
sent ihe flume; and those indebted tp
llu m are requested to ranko immediate
&07.1w WOLFE & CO,
A DIVIDEND to tho creditors of II.
M. will bu due und payable on the
Slat .luly. at the otlleo of Alex. J. Cart,
wrlght, Merchant street.
306 aw PER OKDKtt.
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