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DAILY BULLETIN $ HONOLULtj, U. I., MAKCtI 15, itfOO.
SA1TUDAY, MAIL 15, 181'0.
0A11U RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
A. M. I'. M.
Leave Honolulu '.noil L':oo
Arrive Miiiiniin !):4S 'J: IS
Leave Mamma 11 :IM 4 ;(it)
Alllve Honolulu 11: IS .1:18
' a. m. r. m. : m.
Leave Honolulu... ii::io l'J ::io tlmti
Arriva Al!in:iii:i....l():lH 1:18 .1:1,4
Leave Munami.. 11:0(1 1:1:1 t:i)."
Arrive Honolulu.. .11:18 L'::il .l:o:i
,. . ARRIVALS.
Stmr W O Hall from Hawaii Mini Maul
Sehr Llholllio from Kmuil
Sliur C It Bishop for Walaiinc, Wnlalmt
imil Koolnu nl '.) u in
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY
From Kiuiiil per stmr Walnlealo, Mar
II lion 1 1 Knnoii mitl daughter, O
Fron Uawnll mid Maul pur stmr W G
Hall, Mar lf J Mousnrrat, wife and
chllil, A J Carlwrlght, A T Atkinson,
Mrs Jlrowu, J Coerncr, M F Cuunlng
him, wife and child, .1 Bubcntciu, and
Tim steamer Wainlea'e brought ISlii
bags sugar, and one horse for ) V Col
liiun. The sttnr W O Hall brought 1700 hags
sugar, l"i bg awa. 108 coffee, 18 pkg
hides. :'.0 head cattle, ":( pkgs sundries,
and 2 horses.
I he barkentlne S N Castlo was towed
Into port at II :.'!( this morning.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play jLhis afternoon at Kmma Square
commencing at 1 :!)0 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
March Tho Colonel. Knppey
Overture vl vana Woher
Cavatiua '1'lie Martyrs Donizetti
Selection The Lombardtans Verdi
Waltz 1001 Nights Strains
Polka Pouting Face v Faust
KAWAIAHAO SEMINARY CONCERT.
The Knwaiabao Seminary Concert
postponed on account of unfavorable
weather will take place to-night.
Below is the
Overture Caliph of Bagdad.. Roiehlien
Chorus Angel of Pencu M. Keller
Throe two-part songs arranged for the
.fa) Who has. the whitest lambkins':1 .
(b) The sweet red roc.
(e) Bje baby bye with motions.
Kvenlng. . . Smart
Pupils of the first choral cla.
1. Oh, brethrin, vise and shine,
2. This old time religion,
:i Wo are almost home.
Walt. Chorus Summer Fancies. . .
Intermission of live minutes.
Prayer from Moses In Egypt.... BofrIiiI
. Knwaiabao Seminary.
(Jlee Club of Kainehameha School.
Gavotte Queen's Jubilee
II. K. II Princess Lllhioknlani
. Stars trembling o'er us Weil
Last night Kjerulf
Pupils of the first clioral class.
The shadows of the evening hours.
According to the Military Act the
Colonel shall hold ofllcc until his
successor is commissioned. It re
quires a majority of the Cabinet to
reject a nomination, but after a
second rejection the Cabinet as a
whole must approve the nomination
to be presented by the Minister of
'It is alleged that tlic Cabinet gave
no reasons for the rejection of Col.
Ashford's nomination, cither to
olllcers who demanded them or to
the Colonel himself.
EniTdn Bui.i.ktin: The "gush
reporter" of the Advertiser again
utilizes the local columns of that
'liheet for "slogging" purposes. Ho
reserves his gush for mentions of
the Hawaiian band, Kaumakapili
organ recitals and marriages, on tho
latter tliemo being particularly
happy. Tho changes rung on "wed
ding bells" and "Moral arches" and
tho stereotyped summing tip, "The
affair waa well carrjrtl out," stamp
him as a perfect master of refined
gusli, and the insertion of fresh
names lends the needed variety. Tho
eternal references to tho beaming of
the moon in connection with Ber
ger's concerts not only reaches the
pinnacle of poetic excellence but
also furnishes valuable molcorologi
calr cferences. It is a pity that such
rare literary excellence should be
allied with such splenetic tendencies.
'Plto local columns are top pramped
fnr a proper display of ids spito.
He should nave full swing of the
editorial page. Gush ltiu'oim:.
The services of tho second congre
gation of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
morrow wi)l bo at 11:15 a.m. and
7 :!10 p. in.
LOCAL & GENERAL ll&WS.
ITonBi! pnslmo advertised else
wlicro. Tin: tfenlnndla was not signaled up
till 2 o'vlock.
A i.ktti'U from Mr. Bush will ho
found on the fourth page.
Tub iilchiug cliniiipiotiphip will he
settled at Wnikiki to-night.
-- . i
Si:coNi) rank will bo conferred at a
special ineeling of lhr-M).ihii Lodge
Nn. I, K, of P. to-night.
Native boys hnvo lots of fun navi
gating the cicck at the iiiihvay
Hliitinn on the wharf litubeis.
Till? Y. M. C. A. will hold a cociil
for iiu'IiiIhms and friends, e.su'ciiilly
young moil, Tuesday evening next.
Tub .stone wall and building lo
cated on the premises opposite the
CliiucM! church have been taken
Monday is Kiiinehniiioha Day at
dawn, Juo. A. Cummins Bay in the
gloaming, and St. Patrick's Bay in
thc'iuorning at night.
Mn. Collin's Gordon seller Nellie
meet the BtrtXtrriN earlier every night
to receive the paper. Intelligent
and dihcriiuinatiiig dog llial.
The Boaid of Education if insist
ing on teachers Bliictly enforcing the
'requirements of the Board of Health
in regard to health certilicates from
Tin: members of tho Scripture
Union and other young peoplw are
invited to meet at the Y. M. C. A.
hall Sunday afternoon at II o'clock.
Mr. Theo. II. Bnvies will conduct the
. . .
A Tiiout'K from the Champion will
give a minstrel pci formaline on
March 22, in aid of the British Bene
volent Society. Tho programme will
consist of songs, choruses, dancing
and a faice.
Tmk Chayter building on Fort
street is being prepared for the recep
tion of Hollister it'Co.'s soda water
factory. A lino of pillars has been
run along the middle, to support tho
Cviiii. llaviland lately lectured be
fore the Sydney School of Arts, on
the subject "Bound the Woild with
a Camera." Honolulu was included
.in a largo number of pictures of in
The Hawaiian Fruit and Taro Co.
have elected the following olllcers :
President, Jno. Biohardson ; Vice
President, Chas. Coppj Secretary and
Treasurer, W. II. Dauiesl; and Audi
tor, A. N. Kepoikai.
At the Seminary concert to bo
held this evening at Kawaiahao
church the 118 young. ladies partici
pating will be ranked in six tiers
gaining'iii height toward the rear.
This disposition will greatly enhance
the vocal effect. The sale of tickets has
exceeded all expectation in number.
Their Majesties the King and Queen
have signifie'd their acceptance of
invitations to be present. Indications
point to a crowded house to-night.
It it in rail ---- Cuho
We might say the deluge has ar
rived in Kau, so incessant have been
the rains during this month, 10
20-100 inches being the total to
date. The heaviest fain in one day
was on the 7th, )1 3U-100 inches
falling in ten hours.
A Japanese attempting to cross a
creek on this date was washed away.
His bod' has not yet been found ;
it is supposed lo-have been carried
out to sea. '
A murder occurred yesterday on
the road between Naalehu and Wai
ohiuu, the victim being a Japanese
woman ; the murderer, her husband,
also a Japanese. After committing
the deed he tried to commit suicide
The Hall being three days late
this trip, and leaving at her ordinary
lime, gives us but scant time to an
swer our letters.
The heavy rains have done consi
derable washing out of the roads.
Mr. and Mrs. Buckholtz, of Pa
hala, arrived hero from Honolulu by
the Hall, Mrs. B., who has been a
great sufferer from illness, being
much improved in health. Their
many friends were glad to sec them.
Kau, Hawaii, March 12.
THE CABLE LINE.
Electrician Howling of the Molo
kai and Maui end of the cablo line
reports heavy storms on both islands
during tho past three .weeks, but
that not a .break lids occurred. The
Oahu-Molokai cable is completed
and the cablo schooner will bo ready
for laying on Monday but will wait
for a fair day.
C. J. McCarthy's safe was reliev
ed of two boxes last night contain
ingabout 810. Tho' bold interloper
who appropriated tho money must
have effected an entrance at tho
back by climbing up on a shed
which abuts on tbe alley leading
back oMIollistcr & Co.'s from Ho
tel street. In conformity with the
usual custom on Friday night the
back doors were left ajar to dry tho
room after scrubbing. Traces of
bare foot prints slmw that tho rob
ber lowered himself through a por
tion of the partially finished roqf tq
a stop ladder which facilitated the
balanco of tho descent. The rifling
of the safe was simplified by tho
combination being left turned off.
One box was found at the back door
and tho other on tho top of tho roof.
No clew to tho perpetrator has yet
Hamilton Houso resplendent with
light, bedecked with llowers and
draped with banners, was the scene
of a banquet given last night by
Mr. Thc'o. II. Davlcs to the em
ployees connected with the House
of Thoo. II. Davics & Co. At seven
o'clock entertainer and entertained
assembled in the reception parlor.
This room was Hooded with lnilli
once from two jets of electric light
in the centre with llaring relleetors.
Four pendent jots surrounded these
and contributed their added quota
of illumination. Wicker and other
furniture was bestowed about the
room In unstudied yet elegant ar
rangement. Flowers whose brilli
ant hues were set off by a tender
foil of green adorned the centre
table, while potted plants occupied
the sides and corners of the room.
At the left on entering a large gar
denia in a container placed on a
futuy pedestal attracted the atten
tion and on the opposite side simi
larly mounted a myrtle challenged
admiration. The guests made their
entrance under a tasteful festoon of
Hags. The piano was tho Held of a
contest between llowers and Hags
with victory still in the balance, hi
the corner across from the piano
was a pot of asparagus interspersed
with another plant of reedlikc struc
ture. Passing through two double
doors framed with banners the ban
quet hall proved equally enchanting.
Sprays and clusters of green caught
up" the Hags in graceful festoons,
while the same tasteful disposition
of plants as in the parlor delighted
the ej'e. There was also the same
exhubcrancc of light. The jet fix
tures were heavily trimmed with
green and radiance seemed to be
emitted by leaves.
Two tallies each seating fourteen
guests were placed parallel to each
other. On the centre of each table
was a bank of brilliant roses while at
the'ends of both pink roses occupied
a modest space a9 befitted their sub
dued hues. At intervals between
these bevies of flowers assortments
of fruit were grouped in luscious
array. Beside each plato was a
small scalloped card bearing the
name of the guest, a button-hole
bouquet, and a menu card. In
every decoration, in every graceful
grouping of effects, refined feminine
taste was apparent. Thoso little
touches of beauty, so impossible of
analysis yet so palpable to the
sense, enhanced the ensemble and
imparted a delicious air of softness
to every detail.
On the outside of Hie menu card
was inscribed :
Honolulu, March 14, 1S!)0.
DINNER OIVEN II V
Mil. TBKO. II. DAVIKS,
TO THE (lENTLEMKN IN TnE HONOLULU
UPKICi: ANl KSTAI1I.ISH.MK.NT.
The guests who sat down nt this
elegant spread with their entertainer
were: Messrs. T. R. Walker, F. M.
Swan.y, V. II. Baird, T. II. Key
worth, A. Cockburn, J. C. Cook, K.
P. Low, W. F. Wilson, D. Morton,
W. O. Singlehurst, A. L. C. Atkin
son, II. W. Mist, 11. J. l.illte, J.
Waibel, P. D. Kellett, V. B. Mc
Cubbin, A. Hatfield, H. B. Atkins,
W. Pengelly, It. G. Moore. J.
Herlihy, II. Both, D. Hoapili, C. A.
P. Gardiner, Alex. Young, Clive
The menu, had called into requisi
tion all the powers and skill of mine
host Hamilton Johnson and he had
proved himself fully equal to all
demands on his talents and energies.
The menu comprised :
Consomme mix Asperges. Crenic de la
Pond Mullet, Sauce aux Capes.
Squab, Sauce Choud do Volatile, Fil
casse, Shrimp furry, Orange Ice.
Turkev, Bread Sauce.
Filet du lltcuf. Saueo Madero.
Ham aux Kpiuard.
Frih Asparagus llawalieiiue.ss, Sauce
Caullllowcr, Stewed Tomatoes.
Pontine du Terre uu Ilviirre et aux Fines
Vanilla loo Cream. Snow Pudding.
St'awberry Short Cake.
FrultCake. Chocolate Cake. Sponge
Apples. Grapes, bananas. Pino Apples.
Assorted Nuts. Balslus.
Tea and Coffee.
During tho progress of the repast
conversation flowed in natural and
easy channels. Savory viands ap
peased each sharpened appetite, and
softened music filtered through leafy
environments fell with enchanting
effect on each car. The following
programme was rendered :
March Honolulu Berger
Overture -Fra Dlavolo Aiiliei
Waltz My Queen Coote
Selection Bohemian Girl Halfe
Gavotte Welcome Kluss
Polka Tho Itoyal Hussars Hertel
Selection Pinafore. . . , Sullivan
Galop Como Again ,FiUSt
God Save tho Queen,
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Rehearsal Mikado Company, at
Arion hall, 7 :.').
Kawaiahao Seminary concert, Ka
waihao Church, 7:110.
Oahu Lodge o. 1, K. of P., "at
ST. ANDREW'S CATHEDRAL.
Fourth Sunday in Lent. Cathe
Holy Communion, 0 .10 a. m.
Litany, !:!)0a. in.
Morning Prayer 10, a. m.
(Hymns HO, 188, iifiij. Sermon by
lit. liev. the Bishop of Honolulu.)
Hawaiian evensong, :!:!!() p, in.
Evening prayer, ( p. in. (Hymns
87, 18f, !).'). Sermon by Bev. H.
OUR new prlngslvles of linlilnifre
Sutiw Hats, just In. M. Mclueruy.
ANOTHER invoice t.r Fine Irish
Unm Shirts, just to bund. M.
Mclnerny. 501 lw
CLOTHING. Clothing. An.illierln.
voice of elt gant spring style'. .Men's
and Boy's Clothing, just in M. Mc
Intriy. M)l lw
rpo.NIGHT, at Walklkl, everybody to
JL see the licit pitcher win the Pi Ize
Bascb-dl nnd Ii.it oft'urod by Piofessor
Coon. t OjMt
Oabu Lodge No. 1, K. of P.
A SPECIAL meeting will he held in
their Cintle Hull, on FntUtrcel,
TIHStSatiirdiiy) BVKNINa.ni 7o'clock
sharp liiibincss: Conferring 3nd Bank.
JOHN U. WI1ITK,
501 It K of It. A S.
Absolutely llio Best Horse
taken. Two (3)
dollars u head per
month Apply to
C. 1100 I'll,
JL Horses for pack,
ing. Apply at the
Hawaiian Pacific Co-
- bio Works, foot of
POSTAL Savings Bunk Pass Book
No. -HJ1. Finder will plcac ic
turn same to the General Post Office,
llono'ulu. f.03 lit
DBAFT No. IL'8, drawn hv the Ho
noinii Sugar Co. Feb. lo, 1SH0,
for 8'lL'O has been lost or stolen. All
parties are hereby warned against
negotiating same. 4!l2 1m
GiUSTAV A. SG11 UMAX has a full
I" power of attorney during my ah
seuce from this Kingdom.
V.. G. SCIIUMAN.
Honolulu, Mirc.h l'l. 18' 0. 503 ill
ASPKCIAL meeting of the Block
holder of the Star Mill Co. will
bu held ut the olllco of W. G Irwin &
Co, on THURSDAY, the 20ih imt., at
11 o'clock a m. Business of Imxnrtauce.
W. O. IRWIN,
601 td Sec.retiiry.
COPIKS of the Daily Bulletin, of
the dates specified below, 50 cents
a copy will he paid for the same on
delivery at this olllco:
Jnnunry IK, 1HNO, !2 4'ol"'.
frVliriiury 4. lHHtt ;iiilen.
rpo rent for 1 month a Large
L Boom or Hull, cither
ground floor or upstair:1, must
bo centrally limited. 405 tf
Heal Estate For Sale.
TWO Houses and Lots on
Ilohcllo L'liie, Palumii.
Convenient to slcum ami tram
curs. Very iicultliy locality. Lot on
King street, noir Hamauku's Line. For
particulars apply to
JOHN F. BOWLER.
Or Cliui. T. O ulick. 4'IQ iim
AN active American, Knjillshtnnn or
German, of good habits mid char
nclcr, who also speaks Hawaiian, and
can furnish first-class rufeienr.es, nt'
obtain a permanent situation as (!ol
lcclor, by nddressing P. O. Box No.
HOUSE to KENT.
ALAHUE 3 Story House,
first class iu every res-
Di-ct. with all necessary out
buildings, flue In vii, shade trees, llnwer
beds, etc , very desirably located within
10 minutes' walk of tho Post Olllco, will
bo leased for one or more years, at a
reasonable rental to a select private
family. Apply at
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Furnished House To Let
AT Walklkl, a two story
Houso, containing six
rooms nicely furnished, with
kticlicn, lanai, bath and servant's rooms,
stable, etc, to let for a few months at a
reusonablo rate. Or rooms will be let
sinuly with irood bible board.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Viiluablo Property For Sale
ja "N Nuunnti Avenue,, a
jjKCT&M J newly fiirnUhed S.htorv
UBBHl House containing H rooms,
kltoheu, bathroom, closet's, carriage
houso, stable, hencry, etc. Grounds
contain 2 210 acres, well laid out in
lawn, shade and fruit trees, llowers,
etc. Will bo sold low, with or without
furniture, horses, carriages, livo stock,
nnd till tho appointments needed in a
first-class leshlcnre, as the owner in
tends leaving these Islands.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
ALABGE assortment of Photographs
and Stercoseojilc Views of the
most attractive scenery, buildings, etc ,
In these islands, for salo at reasonable
11HAVaUAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Corner Fort and Merchant streets.
II. B, M. S. CHAMPION'S
Will give n performance at the
Saturday, March 22nd,
CulUMH'iiciugal HV. 91..
Ill Aid of
tin Britt 1.
Followed ty the Negro Farre,
BOXING and SINGLESTICKS,
Prices as Usual Doors Open at 7:30
B6y Rox olllce open at L J. Levey's
miction roam , at 'J o'clock a. 11 , March
10, 1MD0. t0 1 Hi
E. B. THOMAS,
Contractor ffiSflf & Builder.
Estimates Given on Brick, Iron. Stone &
Wooden Buildings. Jobbing
Ki:t:r.s 101: sai.k
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster or Paris,
Marble Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Quarry Tiles OsO rod, white and blue;
Minimi, Pla-th: and F.ucau-tic Tiles In
vai ions pHtteru, all kinds of Drainage
ay Omen Southeast corner Aln
kea and Queen streets.
Mutual -1aTELEPH.0NESj"Bill 351
NEW YORK LINE,!
AN Al Ves-el will bo dispatched for
Honolulu to sail from New York
In all tlie month of April. Orders for
goods to be shipped by this vessel
should be forwarded a? caily as pn.-i-
iiic 10 injure Miipmcur ror mil hit
paitieulars InuiltroYiPlho Agents,'
CASTLE & COOKE,
'' Honolulu. II. 1.
Or, W. II. CBOSSMAN & BBO.,
77 Si 7l)'llroad street,
185 2ni New York Cltv.
JAMES NOTT, Jr.,
TINSMITH ami PLUMBEU,
Corner of Ring and Alnkca sttetls,
Honolulu, II. I.
Worklhop-Mut 2G1 Rcsldcnce--Mul 23C
BQf Ehtlmates furnished on all o'usfcs
ot plumbing and tlnMnlllilng work.
Firdl clas workmanship nnd matirinl
guaranteed in nil the above brunches
ot my business at reasonable rates.
Departure Bay Coal !
Ex Bark "C. O. Whltmnre."
' I'OIt' SALI'V at
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
100 No. !(! Queen street. 1m
A SMALL INVOICE
Just the Thing for the Holidays
Pacific Hurdware Co.
licftldoucc & Ofllcc,:
Corner King and
IS hereby given that I will not bo riM.
pnnslhlo for the payment of any
debt contracted iji my name, without
my written order.
1 1 onohilu, March 12, lB'JO. M)0 1
NOTICE Is hereby given to depositors
In tho Savings' liauk Department
of Chilis SprcckcK & Co. that, from and
after the 1st day of April, 1SU0, the in
terest allowed on deposits will bo re
duced to four (I) percent per annum.
Depositors will bo allowed to withdraw
their deposits up to that date without
giving thu usual notice, but, If allowed
to remain after. April 1st, said deposits
will bo considered ns subject to tho rules
mid regulations published In the Pass
CLAL'S SPBECKELS & CO.
181) lm .
Society of the United States.
Extinct Fron Annual Circular to Agents.
"We put pose placing in your hands to offer to the public an Indem
nity Bond. Jinny will lie titlraeled liy the fact that you are selling tho
bonds of a life insurance society with asests over Sl(i.",00fi,000.0(), and
will not fail upon examination lo see its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various- forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you are
now aide to quote the results of twenty year Tontines) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
he able to show actual results on similar Policies.
"IIKNBY H. IIYDK,
'Send fnr illuitr.il ivo pamphlets, or call in person on the under-
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquttahli' Life Assurance Sociclv
of tho l S. .Jan-1-00
A LABGH ASSOBTMENT OF
From 8..'it) lo iUOO Each.
The M. A. SEED and tho C.VBBUTT DBY PLATES,
The YEAB BOOK OF P1IOTOGBAP1IY,
BltlTISII PHOTOGHAPIIIO ALMANAC,
AME1.MCAN ANNUAL OF PIIOTGGB'APII Y '
And PIIOTOGHAPIlfc MOSAICS.
HOLLB8TER & CO.,
14)1) FOMT NTItKKT. :::::: HONOLULU.
Handsome ! indestructible !
Clieaper tlian Wood !
Our Lawn Fence protects a lawn
Lawns, Parks, Gardens,
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
Fort street, Oppo. Spieckeln' Bank. Honolulu, II. I.
l- -J- L-
E. B. IIi'siiitY, President it Manager.
Goiii'UKY Bitow.v, Seerotary it Trea-'urer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. NiircckolH' Hunk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMl'OBTEBS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland Chiua, plaia
Piano, Library & Stand L'linps, Chaiulolior.s it Elecloliurs,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortin't of Drills it Files,
The "G.izello" It-wheeled Biding
llliiebeaid Bice Plow, I'lnntbrs'
LABI), CYLINDER, KEBOSEN'E, LINSEED, .
Paints, Varnishes it Brushes, Manila A. Sisal Bopo, '
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Hose, Hose, Hose, -r&
BUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of sup-rior iiuaVily, it STEAM, ' "'
Agate Iron Wiuo, Silver Plated Wttio, Table it Pocket (Jiitlcry,
Powder, Shot it Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Machine-loaded Caitridges, ,
Hart's Piitenl "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipe it Bolt Tbieading,
llai titian's Steel Wiro Fence it Sleol Wire Mats,
Win. G. Fisher's Wrought Hteol,Rauges(r'.'"
Gate Cilv Stone Filters,
"New Process" Twist Drills, .,-,
nov2",l-8l) - Neal'H Carii.igo Paints,"
Tin - :
without concealing it, suitable foi
Churches, Cemeteries, Etc.
Jon.v Kna, Vice-President.
Cecil. Buow.v, Auditor.
and decorated; and Wedgtwocd
Plow .v. E-imU.cr,
Stool it Goosencckcd 1Iom,
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