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DAILY HlII.IiWTlN- MONOI.I'I.I', II I , .l.:nA1tY "I. IS'n.
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TUKSDAY, JAN. 'J I, 1890.
Sehr Wtilclm from ICtitml.ii
Slmr W ( 1 1 til I fiom Hawaii and Miiut
Nlinr Pcle fiom K'iiii.i
Stiur MIKtiltulu for Kauai at .' p m
Klnir l.lkollke (or .Maul tit 5 p in
Sflir Mol Witliliii' for Kolmlti
Sehr Mlllu MoirM for Koolmi
Stinr Kaulu forNavllivlll .". p in
MASS PSEETIHG OH 1 HE REFORM
hpri-cln'H or Xutiic Caiitllilillcff
MiM'ttiiK the Oliimltlan,
annlhcr volu for Widcinatin. Net,
Mr. J. H. Walker, who h a personal
fiieud. He made a speech fiom heio
in whluh liu said he hud been hero
Unity years :md vou nil know him.
VESSELS LEAVIM 3 TO-MORROW.
Am hkt.SN Castle, Hubbaid, for Han
Frunel-co nt 1 ) in
tttuir Iw'iiltiul for Liihuinu anil llama
kini nt 10 ti in
Sehr Wuiiiiiihi, WcKlmilh.forruniiinnV
Hehr I.t'ivlniti for Kwu
For Mololtul, per htmr Mokolll,
no Levi 0 l.yuiiiii ami oibois.
The steamer Lchui Is leeching u
thorough oicih.tiiliuc;. Shu will leave
nbont next Fihki).
Tin b.irk Aluhcw Welch, which since
hortirilv.il from Newcastle, X S W, on
Hie 1 lb InM, li:i- been lyluj In the
sttc.im, was moot cil near the I'ticllle
Mall Company's w Inn f till-' niornin to
to nnlo.ul Itercuruo of coil.
The tern 1'ied K Sander-:, N on the
Attiihic Italluav. SI it- will leave nel
,Siiik1:iv In balta-t for tin1 - niul to liuil
Inmbi'i' for hi'iv.
Thii sailing of the bilk, nthic S X
fast o for San PriiicNeo lias been post
poned till to-inoiiow afternoon In outer
to iccehe ti fuw nuirc limiilr.'i! Iiae; of
Mitfur from Hie steamer W O Hall due
this tifti'inooii fiom wimluuul purl1-.
The schooner Walmtihi, Captain W
Welsbaith, leave-, tn-mnnnw lor the
1'au n I tip's Islanil.
Tbo lull. Ahlon Hesse c.niic off tbe
Murine Hallway this inornlni:, and she
Is now ttikinn; in sugar nt tbe Klnan
The strainer Pole ai lived this morn
ing fiom Koim and l.ahalna with l,ii(V.i
ban Hii;ar and 17 head eattle.
The harkentiuc Ktlkitut ami the bail;
(i N Wilcox will llninh tllscliaiginj- their
liinihcr this e.venlni;. The former vessel
will still for Kuhiihil next Tuesday lo
load sii'jar for San Francisco.
Xi:WMAXIan. l!l, IS'.IO, lo the wife
of K. Jl. Newman, a son.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
A itKWAiit) of fivcdnllui.s
for u lost 101I coral liroorli.
Mil. Jan. Morgan, aticlioiieoiv.idver
linen a building lot for iule.
Mem. cent ml at 1 :10 this aftei noon :
laininK heavy tit Kooliiii, Waialna,
The exliibition of liie wotkp, which
was to liavu taken place Huh evening,
ban boon postponed on account of
tbo weather. J
Tin: Inspectors of Election for Itt
1'iecint, 4th District will bo at Ch'i
nese Knginn House, Fiiday evening
frotrf 7 to J) o'clock.
Tub diHltiot mopling at the old
Aunoiy, last night, wuh fully as l.ngo
us the IH1188 meeting at lbi Rides'
Arnioiy, hold at the bamu time.
Ykbteiiijay the judgeB aiianged
that Mr. .lustico J)olo would kit at
tJbainberH this week; to-day they
changed it to Mr. Jimtice McCully.
A .s'UMiiuu of mechanical toys
which arrived by the bail: Hackfeld,
from Li vol pool, the other day, having
come too Into for Chiistmas, aic be
ing uhed in the windows of ietuil eb
IttblishmentH as political allegories.
A meetino of electors of the .fourth
distiict, on the National Ileform side,
was held at tho old Armory last
night. From three to four .hundred
pcraoiiB were picsenl. Several can
didates spoko, and the speeches wcie
Tun line ouloers of the Honlulu
Kiljes battalion, at u meeting last
night, elected tho following stafl'-of-licers:
Major, H. F. Hebbaul, re
elected; Adjutant, Kdwaul Langley,
ie-elected; (Juaitei master, Oaidnor
K. Wilder; Ordnanco Ollice, A. (Jar
leubeig: Surgeon, olin JJrodie, M.
I'lior. Sauvlet has dedicated a
beautiful Clavotte of bis own compo
sition, to Her Majesty Queen Kapio
lani, which waB prcsenlcd to Her
Majesty, on her birthday. We leal n
that imitations woie about to bo
issuwl by the Oliambeilaiii Inst Fri
ila for a musicalo at the I'tilace,
oiiio day Ibis week, at which 1'iof.
auvlet on his grand piano wtis to
perfoi m the Gavotte, in picsenco of
Thoir Majesties, and leading musical
amateuis and hociety people, hut
owing lo the sudden de.ilh of Judge
Pieslon, llio invitations wcie with
held, and the allair at His Majesty's
desiie postposed to a later dale. Somo
of our bent umatourB at the invita
tion of tho Queen aio to assist Piof
Sauvlet at this intended iiuiFiciile.
SUPREME COURT--AT CHAMBERS.
Tuksimv, Jan. 2 1st.
r.Krour. dom:, J.
In re estate of Mrs. Mary Domi
uirt of Honolulu, (Jabu, det-oaHt-d,
tcslate. Petition of .loliu 1). Doml
nls the administrator for allowance
of his Ural and final account and for
hW diHuharge. Ordered that the
act-oiiiil he approved ami the adtuiii
istralor discharged. Cecil Brown
Lust cvcniiii Hie Honolulu Uillcs'
Armoiy was tin: seoiio ol a mass
meeting of the Hcform Party. The
business of tho evening commenced
by Mr. It. von Holt calling the
meeting to older at 7:l" mid nomi
nating the Hon A. S. Hartwcll as
At the opening hour the iillend
uuce numbcicd abmil 'JOII, which
increased to about double that num
ber. Jjidge Ilurtwell on taking the
chtiir was received with applause,
and said: Vou have nicL this eve
ning for tho purpose of having ti
formal introduction lo audio hear the
principles of the candidates from
The chairman appointed Mr. It.
von Holt sccretaiy, and Mcssis. L.
Wileox and Vivas as interpreters,
and invited esiidldatcs to scats on
the platform. The seeicliuy lead
the platform in I-'uglish, and the in
terpielers read il in Portuguese nml
The chairman siilmiilled thai Hie
platform read was bioad enough for
Hie interests of all llawaiiaus to
stand upon, ami contained nothing
hut good for all. The chairman saw
before him those whose neiouttl
views on public and private mallei s
were known to him, and who can
unite in eariying out the principles
of the Reform Pail v.
Mr. W. 0. Wilder was culled to
addiess the meeting and .said he
was not hoi n an orator, but the con
vention of the party seeing lit lo
nominate him agsiust his wishes, he
thanked them (or that marl; of con
fidence. Peisonally be would have
prcfoired to have some one else gel
the nomination, hut as matters stood
he accepted the situation, and if
elected would assist to carry out the
wishes of the party, and try to pro
mote Hie best interests of the coun
try. Itul .should lie bo elected and
form one in a minority, il would bo
bis aim to prevent as much bad
legislation as possible, it was not
necessary for him to say that since
its inception ho had been in sym
pathy with tiie aims of the Ileform
Party, and not having seen any rea
son lo change, was in sympathy
with them still. He did not wish lo
be understood as approving of every
act of the present government, but he
thought they did the best they could.
Looking back for years previous to
Hie inauguration of the- reform
movement, we saw a condition of
thimrs so rotten that tho whole for
eign clement in our population de
manded a change. Our large reve
nues were squandered in folly, the
country bankrupted, and checks to
pay government employees hawked
about for anything they could get
for them. 'What is the condition to
day? Our credit is good at home
and abroad : government bonds can
not he bought. Hut what will it be
if the opposition ticket is elected?
He did not wislt to say a word upon
pei soual politics, but opposition pa
pers say that wo must not pledge
ourselves lo a party and he would
like to know what we are to go upon.
He believed that those who asked
votes became targets for those in op
position and voters should know if
any cause exists for witholding
support; and believing thus he pro
posed analyzing Hie names on Hie
National Reform ticket. The only
thing National he could sec about it
was the bad character of some of its
candidates. Take the first on the
list. II. A. Widcmann was a noble
when they were not made so by votes,
and lie was elected by the Reform par
ty on Maui and in Hie Legislature
voted against every, measure the par
ty brought forward, including Hie
proposed Chinese Amendment. He
hoped if elected now that ho will
prove as much of a disappointment
as he did in tho last session. The
next, J. A. Cummins is a gentleman
who never was with reform, and al
though respecting him knew just
where to find him on that question.
E. C. Macfarlanc was a particular
friend, but belong to a family
which had a little dillicully with the
Custom House, and which fact ac
counts for his being a National He
former. JR. Muller, is Hie one man
on Ihe whole ticket who has no busi
ness to he there, and being connect
ed with a good house that is no rea
son wliy he should he theie. It is
said that he had a disagreement
with the Interior otlico about Portu
guese Immigration which may ac
count for it. The next was II. G.
Crabbe, an old landmaik, a genial
good neighbour, but a failure in eve
yrthing lie ever undertook. Next
came 0. J. McCarthy, who was a
little inflated, and as a Captain of a
military company was ordered out
oiithetfOthof July, to receive the
bullets of the leader of the party.
We find him later resigning in conse
quence of Hie indictment against
Wilcox being changed from treason
lo conspiracy. The only thing Na
tional about his speech is that
lie wants Hie law to allow base
ball on Sunday. The next was .101111
Phillips, representing the Mecha
nics' Tnion, an organization
which it continued as it started
would have deserved respect. He
(.Mr. Wilder) had been a mechanic
the greater part of his life. Mr.
Phillips is to-day ashamed of his
position in consequence of having
been captuied by tho Hush-Wilcox
party. Next is'lL W. Pua, Hie one
representative of the native race,
whom ho did not know. The speaker
was told that Pua would he a mere
tool, mid if circled would menu
Representatives, District No. 1, .1.
Greene brought that
K. Hush. I am willing lo admit that
Hush has a national lepulaliou and
yon will all vote tor him. (Applause
and laughter). W. II. Cu minings
is a fair representative of the liiish
parly. Distiiel !5, A. Marques, is an
Italian gentleman, Hitting hackwaid
and foiward to h'tuope; was not
aware of his occupation, did nol
know if he had one; lie had a great
itching to get into politics and by
taking Hie Portuguese colony under
his wing expects to got theif. lie
had a house lo build some years ago
and gave il lo Chinese, and also let
them land to grow rice. Would
advise people to keep Marques at
home. District No. I, T. R. Lucas,
is a representative of Hie Mechanics'
lTnion, who never was with our
party. Would advise him to lit
politics alone ami attend to his busi
ness. l.asl,Di!.tii(ts, il, R. W. WIN
cox, who expects lo accomplish with
the ballot on Ihe ."ith of Kehiuary
what lie failed lo efleot on the ."(lib
of .July. He might 'peak of their
candidate at Kiwi, who has a na
tional reputation us davitcr been ex
pelled for bribery .Antoiie Ro-a
was accused of signing a district
constitution and then acting in oppo
sition to it, and came down to a
meeting and tiied to stir up race
animosity. Such are themen
of the National Retorm Party,
which is ically the ltush-Wilco
party, and although you may call a
polecat by another name the smell
remains. During liis speech Mi.
Wilder received licqiieut applauuc.
The Chairman called oil Mr. R.
Lishman, who said that be thanked
the party for his nomination, and if
elected would try to promote good
government. We have Ihe best irov
erninent that lie has yet seen here.
Not that they pleased him in every
thing, but lie believed il would be
best to slick to them and after look
ing at the names of the opposition
could not. there set the men to con
duct honest government. Mr. Lish
man joined Hie Mechanics Union,
but the object of that Union was
not of the good the woikinginan,
but to oust Hie Government.
He disapproved, however, ot the
government paying its laborers such
low pay as a dollar a day, and did
not think Hie government should
pay at the lowest rale.
Calls for Mr. Ciuiha brought him
to the front. He said that he did
not thinklhere was anything left for
him say, "but if elected would work
to for the good of all.
Calls for Mr,
jientleman forward. He said lie
held a copy of a daily paper, of the
existence of which lie only became
aware that day. It was called the
Voice oi Hie Nation, and was pub
lished every day except Saturdays
and Sundays. When lie was in the
ranks he was a non-commissioned
officer, but in this paper lie was
dubbed a Hrigadier-Gcneral. Should
he forget to mention Hie publisher
lie would be doing that gentleman a
great injustice, as lie is also a Ma
jor-General in the present cam
paign, his name is Mr. J. K.
K. Rush, who proclaims himself Hie
champion of Hie workingmau. Mr.
Greene here gave an illustration of
an engine with a screw loose evi
dently alluding to the constitution
and for so slight a defect should not
be cast aside and a new one made.
Mr. Greene said although the con
stitution was defective, none but
those who made it and labored to
test it should be trusted with its re
pair. He mentioned that state
ment, which he said was originated
by Mr. T. R. Lucas, as to his (Mr.
G.'s) shooting a kanaka on .fuly
.10th, was a gross fabrication. In
Hie first ward he found tliu troops
in command of Klder.I. K. Rush, who
is so enshrined in the hearts of his
countrymen, slating thai the ministry
tried to coerce the King into signing
a treaty conveying away the con
try, and that Carter was lo pass over
the goods. This is a grave state
ment, but is it true, and there's the
The Ministers deny it, Carter
says il is falst, and so does the King,
and even Hush says il is false, but
pleads he must say so lo please his
friends that; at least is the Conclu
s on, and reminded him of a conun
drum when he was a boy (a voice,
that'll a long ago) Vesiu l7S(i?
A stranger passing a boy and
girl on the sidewalk remaiked to
tho boy is that your sister. To
which the boy said, No ; but her Pa
is my P.i and her Mamma is my
Mamma. Mr. Greene lieie attacked
the iclegioiis opinions of Mr. Hush ,
saying, it was ell'rontary in Hush
to ask tor votes, and concluded by an
assurance thai if elccled he would
try to advance the cause of reform.
Mr. S. M. Kuaukai, said lie felt
it an 'honour to all there a one of
the nine chosen by the convention.
As he looked upon thai meeting lie
felt that it represented a much lar
ger number. "The party had not
turned out that night," hut he hop
ed they would go on to victoiy.
"This is not a very large assembly
here to-night, but' 011 election day
wo will have victory-" From the in
ception ot Constitutional iule, in
KS.'il we novcr Inula Reform Gov
ernient. Things gol from had.
to wone until Hie birth of reform.
It was lime we had a change.
He deprecated the waste 011 corona
tion, mid sending a rotten ship to
Samoa, and other things equally
foolish. Reform should not be ciied
down. He was one of the nine among
Views of the British Press.
(N'o Dangci 1'ioni I'iie )
The Ktpiituhlc shows figures equal lo those of
sheets of Miuie veiy respectable-sized Slates. The
the national balance
Insuiaiici' World of
(xliiliiliwi I'oslpoiieil oil mouiil of the Weather
This Space is Roserved
The Kquitable Life Assurance Society U a colomal inslitiiliou. Il U
unique in its position and niaivelous in its iccord. It occupies tin' highest
place among kindled institutions. The liisb Insurance Ranking and
Ilis no use disguising the fact thai lliv I'tpiiiable holds a lcmurkuhlr
portion among the Insurance oillec of the Woild. It. does a linger bu-.i-ncss,
holds a larger surplus and give a belter conduct than any other
company. fl.cuiniugton Spa Cornier.
Willi the pitiful system of slate insuiauce in Geiimiuy compare what
is done by some of I lit gical private Assurance Cumptiiiie, by the gieatesl
of them all, for instance, Ihe Kquitahlc Life Assinance Society of the United
Stales. I Dublin Lyceum.
The largest of Aineileau Life Olllees and therefore Hie l.iigevt in lh
World is Hie Kquitable Life Assurance Society of the l'. S. fr'airplny of
The ollice that has done the most in promoting sale ami liberal Life
Iuiiiiaiice i-. the Kquitable Life Assinance Society of the I'. S. London
New business in Iflv.i 17.'i,0fKi,0')() Ol)
Income for ISS'J .'10,000,000 00
Siuphis !,, r.00,000 Oil
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
GA3V & G-UTsT N
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitahlc Life Assurance Society
of the l. S. -Jan-l-HO
Pacific Hardware Co., Id,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A N'KW INVOIfK OF
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
(l.ilvauied Fence Wiie, llluek Steel Fence Wire, li.tlvuiiucd Staples,
lllotvlc, Ts'o. 71
French, Eiidisti nil American Dry ai Fancy Gaols,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINK OF HOLIDAY (10ODS
Kii ulovciilDiaieil Eye Black Hose il RiH k Plain.
these while men (Ho wahi o na pile
wale no wau) and if elected would
work for the good of all.
Hon. W. O. Smith was Ihe next
speaker. He had cut out from the
Ri'mxiin the Platform of the Nat
ional llefonn party(unfolds a slip
about u yard long. Great laugh
ter ) The great dillicully with it.
was that it was based on empty pro
mises, but the liefortn document
was backed by deeds. The Nation
al platform reminded him of Ids
going for Hie first lime into the
legislature with a pocket full of bills
based on intentions, which he found
he had to give up.
The whole National policy is cover
ed up with Hie one clause relating
to revision of the constitution, ami
wo know what that means (a voice
"you bet we do"). Mr. Smith
concluded with the following anec
dote of a judge out We-.t, which
brought down Hie house. When the
judge gottlirougli, he said, Hie Court
will take the case under advisement
for two weeks when it w ill give a ver
dict for Hie plaiutilf.
The chaiiman called upon the
Hon. M. I. Uobinson, who paid lie
felt proud to be nominated, and if
leturned would try lo represent the
whole people, and altliough not a
politician nor a speech maker, he
would try to meiit Hie electors' con
fidence and help to perpetuate the
good government which hud been
inaugurated two years ago. It can
be improved it we all pull together
to that end.
The chairman thanked the audi
ence in the name ot the committee
and deflated the meeting, which he
presided over with marked ability,
IO.-sT between Nimiuiii Vidby ami
i the Fish Mitiki'l or on Miticliunl
si 1 1 it', 11 Siiiull Sipiuie ltt'il Cot ul Ui'hx'Ii,
Ki'timi loihN olllee. -1.71 II
Ul.ick Staple, Special Qmlity
NEW GOODS ! "a t&r
In till lines by late uirials. Agents for
KiiIiIkm' (invdun Hose, Wire Hound Hose, Steam Ho.se,
0V VKIIV Sl'I'KlllOll Ql'AI.irV.
PACIFIC HAItlNVAUE CO., (I.V),
J. in 0
J. (J. Hl'KNCKIt, F. L.
Manager it Secretary.
CASTLE & COOKE,
lie I'iW'ii I iy the t'atliol
benevolent Society on
Thursday, January 30, 1890,
-!." 11 1
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSUHANCK AGKNTH,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
A DIVIDEND will be due
mid ia -
lo Ibe unnwiNcil cicilitoii of
II. M. mi and alter the 21) hist . at the
olliec of A. .1. Cailwilht, Meiehtuil
Mieel, npno-ite lletbel Mrcet. I'letiM
cull eat ly. PER OltDI'.U.
Its. OSIIOUNE Is w in en iieil in
irive infill itctioiirt iii Fmicv Work
ul "Tlie Arlington," Konm 0. Clan
I.osniis; MoiiilajH, Wiiliitsituyi. ami
Filtluys Private lesions by pi'cbil
iiruinucmenl. Sniiiiiiini; unit onlerfe
pimnptly iiituuleil to.
X W. Ilcrbeit PiuK & Co.
luiileixlgiiul dated prior to anil bicluil
ingSi'pieiiilierilO, 188!), me reipiesietl
to pte-. ut them for pavmeut without
ilelav. F. A. ff'llA'i:ri:il.V(().
Honolulu, Jan. IS, I'M. IMlw
SITUATION us biih'iu t'h'ik or
Nlhl Watchman at a mill, or u
plate as l.unu on a ;ooi piiiniatloti.
tins cxpeilenec anil can luriiitm eoml
lefeience. (lull or iiiI.Iicdx ''.M. K. I',"
IllM.MC-IlN Olllee. 1.1 f Vf
I") V a MuhlluAuid Munol exiierhnce,
J uiierny utiil puth, a position s
iicoounliiiil, stik'-uiiin oi iiiHiiutsi'i, In a
mt'ieniitilu home, or would liny an in.
tercut 111 mi islahlidlieil liiiHlnefi. eily ot
country. Inferences jdveii. Kiupiim
tit lid ellln', III'.i lin
OOOI) Pasture ftl WtiiMki, fm a
united niiiulit'i of Iioim's, Ht rea.
Humble Kites. Apply lo
l.-,l m W. II. AI.DKICII.
'I..V N'I'A'I'IO.N HtUMM.I lM-.
Cdipenleis', Ill.ickhiiiilhi.', Machinist., ' & i'liimhiMit' Tuih,
HOUSE FURNISHING! GOODS-!
Kitchen Ul iimIh, P.iinls, Oils, Yaihinhe-, Limp floods ami
Genoi'fil Morclm nli m.
BIriku's Steam hups; Weston's CeatrifugalF,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
I I U.1 lilt ill IL.Ul 'II ' I
lv. It. HKNiuir, l'tv;!i!!iit ,V Manager. .John
(onniKV Hiiown, Sccielaiv . Ticc-iirei. (Ten.
NEW ZEA LAND MULLET
f II V use canned Milmnn when New
Vt .iiilunil Mullet, pionoiiiieeil by
1.17 1 w
to lie vastly hiiiiuiioi.
Vliolenle HL'ents tire
.1. K. IIHOWN.tOO.,
NOTICE to SIllPPEIfS.
17 0 1 1 ihe mote tailsfiictory
: iliiliou ot out IIUllOUS
we ben to
Mit;csi to litem mill in ciiHes wiicru
diiijH tire icqulicil lot khlppiiti; yooils
lo out. (tiling Hieiiinerrt unit couMei:;, or
in any etihu wlicic tupi'trctl, at 1 o'clock
slmip ol I ho iltiy, tlicy will Ibul that by
tiujMiiH up Mutual Tclrilini,f No. 2D,i,
iictwicii 12:15 ami 12.15 in the noon
hour thai Air. Ilewett will be llinre in
poiooti lo iicelve till" uiiturH, mat our
Mentis will thereby ijie.uly Pit Uitum
iuishii'M lo the hi'tlei Muisfiittiou ol all
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppii. Npreclu'lh' Hunk, : Fort HtriH't, Honolulu.
lMl'OUTLItS and DKALKKS IN
Hardware, -:- Crockery, -.-Glassware,
Chanilclieis, KlectolierB, Lamps it Lamp Fixtures,
I'liintH, Oiln A' V.iiniidieH, Laid Oil, Cylinder Oil,
Powder, .Shot A I'lipe, Miicliine-loaded Ciutriilge.s, Uliainheiliiiu's I'ulent ;
HOUSE -:- FURNISHING-:- GOODS,
Silvei l'liilcd Wine, Table A Pocket Cutleiy,
Plows, Planters' Steel Hoes, and other AKiicultur.il Implement,
HANDI.K.S OF ALL KINDS,
FLOTATION SUPPLIES Of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
Ilui I'd P.itenl "Duplex" Die Slock for Pipe ,( Doll Oultinj,',
.Manila A. hind Hope, Uubber Hoi-e,
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