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J'ledtred to neither Sect nor Party,
lint established for the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 9, 1890.
In reference to remarks In a com
munication In auolliur column, sign
oil 'Observer," regniillng Hie Im
portation of school teacheia for the
public school, it may be said that
the Hoaicl of Education makes use
of all the local talent available for
teaching purposes, and only has re
course to the foreign market when
. ,1 , , ... I... ...w.
I'Orapeueu uy neeL-ssuy. juuoy,
people from local institutions are
employed as soon as available, but
the supply docs not equal the. de
mand, which compels the sending
abroad for others to make up the
deficiency. It Miould also be boine
in mind that, generally speaking,
the Hoard is the best judge of the
fitness of applicants.
in the matter of the conte-tcd
election of .1. N. l'aikuli, for the
districL of Koolau, hcfoie Chief Jus
tice Judd, the Court's decision, ren
dered yesterday, adjudges the elec
tion to be Invalid anil decline me
-eat. to be vacant. The Com t finds
thrft Kauli. one of the voters at the
flection, "was not entitled to vote,
and that his vote whs improperly re
ceived by the inspectois and should
have been rejected ;" aUo that Ma
hoe, n duly qualified voter, voted
irregulaily, nnd therefore his vote
"was improperly received, whereas
it should have been rejected." As
these two voles wcie cast "contrary
to the provisions of the law" and
"affected the result," the. election of
l'aikuli is adjudged to be invalid
and his seat declared vacant.
P. C. ADVERTISER LOGIC.
In this morning's l C. A. an
editorial branded "communicated"
nnd signed "A. Z." starts out to
demolish your arguments of Satur
day last against the proposed treaty
with the 1'nited State-,. Hut the
scribe (supposing him to have been
competent ,to perform such act of
demolition) apparently forgot his
mission, for he discusses neatly
everything except the points made
by your article in question.
' He intimates, however, that a
number of the members of the Sugar
Oiiild, whom he names, "under
stand their business interests." Too
true, alas! but he does not assert
that their attempt to thus advance
their "business interests," is at all
consistent with the political inter
ests of Hawaii noi.
He invokes the "opposed macic
of the names of those sugar divini
ties, as a substitute for reasonable
urgument. Hut the foi mcr magic of
those names Inn lost much of its
potency with the vulgar common
beid who liae the otes, if mil the
That invocation of his reminds me
of the way in which a very young
miss once settled a dispute, as to
tact, with a companion. She de
clared: "Well, my ma says it's so;
and it my ma says it's so, it h so, if
it ain't so." And by the equally
noient niirserv lomcof the 1'. C. A.,
if the sugar kings say the treaty is
good, it it good, if it ain't good.
That writer makes the further
ery effective point that the opinion
of "one who never raided a pound
of sugar or rice, nor n.wi an inch
ol Hawaiian soil" is ciy small beer
as compared with the sentiments of
the purse-proud magnates of the
cane field and the rice patch. U
not this Missionary logic? That ad
mission was utilortunate for the
final disposition of his pet measure.
If it be laid down by the moneyed
clement, as' the gage of battle, that
only those who have boon sufficient
ly unscrupulous, astute or fortunate
(which you please), to line, their
pockets (as a lCiiilt of their contact
with the aborigines), nie entitled to
a healing upon these matters, then
houcnl I'oveity will accept lite chal
lenge and the result (aunot be
doubtful. '.. A.
OFFICES AND OFFICIALS.
ICoitoi: lit i.i. i.i in:
One ol the laws of this kingdom
prevents any person from holding
any ofllcc under the flovernment
without taking the oath of allegiance
and to perform tills act certain con
ditions have been prescribed. This
law seems to be perfectly ignored
by the present C.oveinuient, and we
wish that the coining law-makers
would give their attention to the
matter and see that cither the law
is enforced, or if that does not suit
them, to have it repealed. We no
tice lately here the appointment to
postmaster for Makawao of a person
who is only a resident of the coun
try tor some months. Nothing is
said about the man's capability to
fill the olllcc, but it is simply a mat
ter of principle, if the ruling powcis
shall be al liberty to bleak existing
laws or not. It docs not improve
the features of this appointment,
that the said postmaster is a rela
tion of the former incumbent, who
was obliged to resign Ii!h position to
lit'i'oinc n Noble, nnd of course u
backer of Mr. Thurston and his
schemes. The experience which the
Maui people has had of the Tost-master-General
satisfies them, that
there is no prospect of any regard
being taken to them or their wishes
as long as this autocratic gentleman
holds his high olh'ce.
That hitters of denization are
giatited in cettain instances -as to
professional men Is both coriect and
necessary, as long as the country
lias not got medical colleges or law
schools, and the supply of coinpc
tent men in these branches must
come fiom abroad ; but we do be
lieve that postmasteis for second
rate pnstollices in second rate vil
lages can be found (without calling
The schools seem also to be great
ly used for the importation of alien".
Thru, for instance, it may ue advis
able to engage foreigners to fill po-'-tious
as piincipals of the more im
portant schools we will admit, but
that the school teacheis' positions
and pay should be used for a num
ber of impecunious and certainly
not always capable men who wish to
try the effect of the climate on their
broken-down health, is not exactly
a method to be further encouraged.
If the climate does not agree with
the delicate healthwhy the teacher
hangs on for some months, diaws
his salary always the double of
that paid to the native teacher re
signs, and his place is filled with
another importation, who stands a
helpless as his predecessor not un
derstand him and of whose in a house
ful of children who do language,
intellect, and manners he is as ignor
ant, lis he is of most other thingi'.
That this doe-, not improve the
standing of the schools is obvious,
and it i- w oil by of notice thai,
although the flov eminent schools
do not charge for tuition, many poor
protcstant parents rather pi.v a small
fee and send their children to the
Catholic schools, the superiority of
which wc believe even the Inspector
General will admit, at least, as tar
as the count i y districts are concern
ed. The last-mentioned olllcial
always goes into ecstacy over the
impioveiueut which he HhiIs in the
Government school-, when he for
half an hour, twice a year, listens to
the pupils singing hymns or in cho
rus answer sonic few before appoint
ed questions. It i- undoubted that,
with a good will and a little how
of patriotism, the Hoard of Educa
tion could find sullloient material in
this country to give the growing
generations' ties needed learning,
and it is to be hoped that the coming
Legislature will make the boaid
work in that diieetion.
Maui, April :!, 1S110.
i'som ih" II 'do Jlci-wil, April .
The l'. h. S. Nipsic visited our
port on Wednesday last and leaves
this evening. This is one of the
war vessels that went ashore in the
disastrous liuiiicane at Samoa and
was got olC and repaiied. Her ex
perience was something to be ic
membered a lifetime. A paity went
from her in all the rain to the Vol
cano on Monday. I.a-1 evening the
townspeople gave the ollicer-, an
impromptu ball. The Courthouse
was beautifully decorated, thanks to
Mr. I.oebenstein and 1). Howard
Hitchcock. The dancing was sp'uil
ed. We would like often to welcome
Uncle Sam's "web feet" and hope
that when the Nipsic again visits
our town llinaikaua will have got
over hei late spite against, us and
allow in time to see the sun long
enough to get the mold diied off our
Quito a large paly of louiist
visited our town by last Kinau, and
professed to have, enjoyed their two
days' stay very much. All speak in
the higlicM. terms of the Volcano
road as far as finished.
Among them we are glad to nicel,
Mr. Noyes, editoi of the Kvening
Star of Washington, I). C, and Miv
Sweet, the "live" rcpoitei of the S.
Our rain still keeps up and wc do
not see the "cloud with the silver lin
ing" yet. It -i not however accom
panied with any surf. The moun
tains showed their snowy head-, a
few minutes on Satuulay last.
The 1'olicc Justice having iccnv
cied fiom hi late illness the past
week in his eotut has been a very
busy one, disposing of the case's
which had accumulated.
The Chinese steward ol the I.ehua
was arrested at I'epeckeo last week
willi 11 tins of opium. The police
man took him in chnigc and let him
o while on his way to town, lie
poil says he was paid to do it. The
policeman is now under arrest foi
allowing him to escape. Nine tii
of the opium have been found when
they weie hid by the policeman.
A NATlffAI. illnei.d Wntei
1. tale onlv I iv
w. is. i.rci:.
Solo Ayent .v. Iinpniler for iho llu
wniiiiii MiuiiN. ."i.i
A 1,1, pefons :uo ieieh, lliillliedtll.il 1
i. -imoiiiiK over tuo iiiiu-i oi in
htiidUl, .Mo.m.ilna, Unlaw :t, Aien and
ICalnu.io I--li icily luoldhllid. and any
one violating lid- notleu will he pin-o-euii
d lo the full e.Mcut of the law :
J. M. DOWSE'IT.
II. M.WHITNEY, .III.,
A.J. CAHTWUUiHT, .In..
A! I.e-eeJ of Shoollii'' Jtbrhl,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Regular Cash Sale!
'TO-MOIlltOW, April lt 1,
' AT ID O'CLOCK. A. 31..
At ni' Siilisrooui, fjiieeu HrnM, I will
'll ii Public Aiic'len, i
White A. llrovwi Cot . n-, I
III ml.) ii, Cloiliiui'
Household -:- Furniture
Anil nj 13 o'clock nnnti,
1 lTAMtLY CAItlCIACSIC
a New Prvke', Ho's Hiirncs,
Etc., Etc., Etc.. Etc.
,IAS. F. MOIUJAX,
Ml It Auctioneer.
Guardian's Sale !
In pin name of nu oidei mule lv the
Hon. IE. P. lllclfcilon, inic of the Jus
tices of lie Supreme Coin I. dated J.in
llillV lit, l'.K), the iinilerilgneil will -ell
at Public Auction,
On AVEDNESDA Y, Aju I ,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOOX.
At the Salesrooms of .1. K. MOlUiAN.
in Honolulu, all of the light, title ami
lllt.ie-t of Wllhelm A.l'lluger, Wllli.ilil
I. I'lliiger, Anna I". Pilugtr. Mollie II.
riltuifi' mid Menu iiiii P. Plhmer. Illi
nois in and to all of that
PARCEL of LAND WITH THE
illl.ileil on Alit.e.i siiict. in Honolulu,
iiiljiiiiilni; ihe Il.iwali.ui Hotel ii ciui-i'-.
Iieiun tl e same land df-crilicd Indeed
from .1.0. Pilusjei- to MnhilKo el al-.
datiil.Mux 31, IS7i. of lecoul in l.ilier
HI. Polio' 1 10.
jfiy-Terms C.t-h. Deed- at epcmc
.1 P. iiacutei.d.
(iiiaidlau ol liilnoi clil ilieii nl'.l. C.
I'lhi-jcr. deceased. o'.'l tit
li older of (Jr. l.l'CASi, ISo,. Ad-
uiinUtiatoi- of the lNtate of .Maigmet
ICeeg.ui. deceased, 1 will -ell at Pnlillc
Am lion, at my S.ileioom, (Jiicen M.,
On MONDAY, April 281 h,
AT TJ O'CLOCK .OISX.
That Certain Parcel of Land,
Mlu.iffd on Xiiiiaiiiiavcniieaiid adjoin
ing the Kaglc Ilinic pi nM-i I . 'llieie
On the Lot, loiitainlup: li liooin-, ;iKo.
Out-house-, Mulilcs, i:ie.
tffl The piemUes have a fionlnge of
1 teel on .Vim. mil su-et and aie I III feet
deep. Till-is a dc-iinhlc opportunity
to nlitsiiii a good le-hleiuv.
.IAS. F. MORGAN,
VM ilt e d Auctioneer.
On MONDAY, April 8ili,
AT I O'CI.OClt .o..
Al my Si.tleFi'oniu, Queen sn-i-t. I will
-r al Public Aucliou,
1 Tho-e Valuable 1'ieniNc-: sliunleil
mi the coiner of Nuu.'uiii --tieelaiiil
K uk i li l.aue, ami Known :- Ihe
The l,ot lias a lionlafce nf about ill feel
on Nmiimii .sliecl and i- Kll feel deep.
Tlii'ie 1 a
'i-Slory Wooden nitildinfr,
On lite ineniMe-. wbich can lie u-eil as
a rime and a lody;iii bouse. TlK-ie i-nl-o
a L'-ltooin Collate on -ante lot.
2 The Pieml-e adjoining I.ol Xo. 1.
stud having a fioul.ign of :!. feel on
Nuuaiiu stioet and a depih nf i:;:i
feel , with a
4-Room Cottage &Out-liouscs
Biiy'I'lilj suln oii'er-aii nunsu.il oppoi
luiiliy to hives! In o(nl piljlua pio
peit.N, sltn.iied on the iniilu'siKi-i ol
'-I'oi fiirlhcrp.il ilciihu--:ippl lo
.IAH. I iIOH(iAN,
W ! !l
VI I!. I II.V-.
11 this day
.i. i.rnwirssr.v in-
11. this day lelbed fiom thelhninf
II. ul A Co., the Elite lceCieam I'm lor
, Candv Km-toiv. IIAltT.Vt (.
lbmoliilu. Api il TlSiin. .V.-J III
L'uion Iron Works Co.
N'OTIC'i: I- heiehy pven dial al a
nu eiint; of (he niliscilheis to ihe
capital --loci; of Ihe above named Com
piiu.v held in Jlonohilu, II. I., .Match
ll. IS!H), Il was voted lo nceepl Ihe
Chin hi of Coipoiatlon d.iled M.inli I,
IS'.KI, for the leini of llftj .veil-, planted
hv the llawallaiiCiovciiimcnt. The lla
bllliy of the htoddiolileis I- llmlleil to
the 'amount due and unpaid on the
i-linie-i held. The following olllcer
vveio elc cled for tlu eu-iiln ,e.ir:
.I.N.S. William- fie-iilenl,
If. Mnie bectctai.v it TifiiMiier,
A.J. Cat tw i iht Audllor.
The above turned olllcer- aKo consti
tute a llo.iid of I)iiectoi.
I'.Ki 1 in Secretary AiTioacu I er.
Ilnust stock of Lmlies mid
:hllilienVTiluuned Hats u.iu he
M-oii at cliu. J. l'Miel'-, fil" lv
: HONOLULU, II. i., APRIL !, 185)0.
Auction Sale of
llv oidei of II. II. iP CONSUL
GENERAL, 1 nm Instructed to cell ut
Ilibl'c Auction at mv Salesroom;,
On T1IUKSDAY, April 10,
AT II O'CLOCK A. 31.,
The propei ty of the I.ile Jules Taver
nlcr, eon'Utlng of
Flul-liod A rmluMicd:
l'leime Kinineo, Caiiva'es, Eii-H,
And geneinl n-"ni linoiii of
A el IhIk' I ill pli'ilienlM.
1 Hjfirgyo 7niiiein
Co-luiiiei. Etc.. Eli; , Ohnlu,
Tables. .Student's Lamp ami
2 Tl uiik A ViilWe. ronlalliliitj
We.ulng Appatel A IYimi.il Pffi rs.
I.KWIH .). TiEVEY,
W.5 2t Aliclinneor
Piof. d. samlet Mii-U-.il Colidiielor
.1. P. Ukuvi Simc Mau.iuci
HAWAIIAN QPBRA HOUSE
Thursday Evening, April lOlli.
vvii.i. in: (iivi:.v
Gilbert & Sullivan's Well-known Opera
wiiii run roi.iowi.se oa-i :
The M IK. ulo of .lapan
.Mr. It. Moiile.ile
Xunkl l'oo fhl -mi)
Mr. W. II
ICoI.ii (l.oid lli-th Kseoiilioner)
Mr. K. K.ltlslinp
Pooh Itah il.onl High Kveiylldng
Kl-e) Mr. W. I.r-wcis
1'NliTu-h (a Xohle bold)
Mr. ('. Wldemnuii
Yum Yuui") Nleis. r MU-s 1 Xidu
I'llti Slug WiinU Mr-. .1. How lei
lVen Hi t J ofKoKo ( Miss M. TJMuu.iu
ICali'lia (an ildeih ladv in love Willi
Viliikl l'oo)... ..".... Mis W. Dimonil
-i-iri) nv .v
Large & Efflcienl Chorus & Orchestra
B3rllo pl.m open at I.. .1, l.cw'-
olllcc, Weilue-diiv, Aplll '.Uh, :il 1
o'clock 1-. M.
Xoihi:: Xo one peisnu ttlll lie al
lowed to lepeive inoie lliau leu -cut'-at
one lime. .12 1 L't
Gust a v A, Solium a n
70 & 81
A I V
Wiiu-lil & t-'on's.
Having leecivd n full ii-nilinnt of
''iirrhiue Tilniiulng M.itetith fiom ihe
Bust, I am iiiii u-d to exeotileall orders
willi innieejs anil iictpiteii at veiy lei.
sniuifile i t s.
apr ?.!0 ly
The l,n-lile lluii'.uuii- I'd,
Have Jitfrt iei'.Vfd a line line ol
G. Wostengliolm's I.X.L. Cutlery ;
Also, Chamois Skins,
HORSE BRUSHES & STABLE
M'O I Supplios Generally. I if
(if San Fi.-uici-co
Practical L'irfno, Pipe & Heed Organ
Tuner & Repairer.
Il.ivii ; w-oiKcd in come i I thclaiuc-t
d uio iiml f.ig.-iii faitoiioh in Ihe Dniied
males ol Aiiit-iic.i, I am fu'lv able and
inl nii'il to do till Kinds ol lepiui work
In the inosi sitlsl.ie'iii tiinnner.
lijy-Oiders cm Im lelt fit II. I-'.
li linmij'rt .lewcby Store, l-'oit sticet,
nl tliu Adveitibn oillee, or Ihri'iili
Muiii'il 'l'eleplione No. 1117. .'Olilm
TO SPORTSMEN !
rpo MIT for the lltli
L of Juno Ifiiccs: 1
(Irny Colt, !l years old,
hv Gov. Miuiiord. dam
3--- Idle Ciirl. anil the Gray
V lly, !l jenrs old, hy Gov Munford, dimi
Fahimiina. Senled hhh for both horses
v til ha received iinyiime di riiifc Ihe licit
two vveel;e. Apply to
Mokiilein, Wiilalu i.
I' S. Kltlur o tlu-c cults uill hold
a men I ttiuo on nay riien foi llmvnllau
bredR In whluh tlie'y m ly Unit Iloth in
tl li ii older o'l -"
Government Coupons Lost !
Match -Jllid, Cmiiou,4n, Iloud Xn.Wl
' :(0, .'-r
.s,:'.o, " i-'iTi
' " Miltl, . .'.'(l
oin, ' i "J"
' HTi, ' l'.'S
' fcl.'', " li'O
Honolulu, .Miiieli2.'.,,IStKl. pi I If
Is issuing a new form of insuiniice which provides, in the event of death, for a iilurn of all puniltitus paid in ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should the insuted survive a given number of years, the Company will
tetiiin all the premiums paid wilh'intciesl ; or, instead nf accepting the policy end profits in cash tin- leunl holder
may, WITHOrTMHlJlCALKXAMlNATIONand WITIIOIT ITHTIIKK l'AY.Mr.NTOF I'UKMIHM.S, take In
lleulheieof Ihe amount of policy nnd profits in 1'ULLY l'AII) Ul insurance, paiticipating annually in dividends.
Remember, this contiact Is issued by the oldest Lllo Insurance Company In the. United Stales, nnd the !.ai
geflt Financial Institution in the Woild, lis assets exceeding One Hundred and Thirty-Six Millions of Uollath.
t& Kor full nnrticulais cull on or address
JS. JB. xto&ii:,
l)ec-2-l-h!i Oencral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Fresh Cakes, Pies.
(. .i ii.... i
(It. ill, mi Ilic.nl,
i!1!! Um MA
Colli c Ten. Chociiliite A .Mill;,
ripe & C'itviirullo Tobacco,
gjSf Open fiom If
Mutual Telephone 211.
:i(t A. m. until P:oO e. ji.
Tost Oflico Box 179.
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPARILLA & IRON WATEB,
Heir Ms, Hoi All, Uniiiiu, RasBiwaie, Sarsajarilla, Mineral Walers, Etc.
legr AH coiimuiniftiUoiiK and ortlcrH should lie addressed to
(liilc City Stone Kilter !
TIicm- filter aie ci-Ilv cle.ui-ed,
and NKVint become CltAL'Kf.l) or
CKA.KI) by eli.U) of t-'mpeianue of
The f iltei In-r Medium Is a XATUR L
HTONK, mined fiom thee.uih It U
unlike iiiiv oilier stone,
It Doos Not AbHorh
Hcconie Foul !
IMPUNITIES never Pf.NETItATK
it. hut He on ilin sulfite, and biteiiinll)
the stono lemiibis a- pine and white
aflerjeiu- of u-e n- when lal.en fiom
The (i lie Oily Sione I iller Is a per
fect sitcec. It Is tlui iih'j ical llllei I
Iinvu ever seen. I would mil he wlthntit
one for any couuhleialioii, Il eonveil
our lake walcr Into the bc-t dilnl.lni;
wntei In the woild.
IIiimiv M. I.vvian, M. U.,
:i:i West Adams r-i , Chicago.
T Foi Sale hy
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE Co.,
OpjtiHlK. SpuckilH A Co.'n Uiinl;,
l'!) If FoilHtreel, Hnnobilu.
"VfO. ' Kim; Ktue'. neu the IJrIil,'e.
.Ll Open dny and nluht. Minis nl nil
loi rniiinriini oroimce
E. T. (IILZY,
I7R0M the Coist a choice lot of
. Clgftrs, ClKireltes mid Tobacrot,
vvhieli will he fo'd nt vcrv low nrlcoi.
108 lm No.87KlngMrett.
'Mil PP'PI'tIi w
(Sill wiXr'ir23 iiSS
faBw-;T t 3tt
IZMOIA wnittiiwanikVMwB am wmw
02bn IVESV YORK
ALWAYS OX HANI) AND TO 0HDK1!
Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls,
I .' Mi-da Praekcri, " J
I it, ,ii.i. ri. ..i.i... "
JamDlss, .Ginger SW,
Anil will be DKLIVKKKD I'll UK of CIIAUflK to any
HILL ol FAnE:
S(ineil PiV Keel, Cold Hum,
MANILLA ' AMERICAN CIGARS
v i.vi5(ii:'Xf-srittrMi'.N'T or
Pipes, Oignr & Cij?iirct(e lloldors, Colrt Drinlcfi, Etc.
Sattinlny niglil, open
BENSON, SMITH St CO.,
Wo invite tbe Ladies of Honolulu to call mid inspect our
FINE LINE of MILLINERY
FOR EA.S-STJER, !
Fancy Bibbons, Shaded Tips & Pompoms,
TUB FINKST RTOOK OF
TVimmsd and Untrimmed Hats in this city.
gjm OUH RTOL'K CANT V. HEAT. JpjT
Chas. J. FISHEL'S.
I-e.vdiiiK Millineiy House, Corner Foit & Hotel sts.
EG AN &. GUNN
HAVE JUST KEOEIVED Ex AUSTRALIA
A Choice Line of Dry & Fancy Goods,
Ivld (JIiivcn l'i-om R to HO IIuttoiiH,
Hosiery, Sail 'jes, Scotch Ginghams, latest patterns; Woolen Dress Goods,
ALSO, A CHOICE LOT OF
Boys', Youths' & Children's Clothing, Trunks; Bags & Yalises,
Great Reduction Sale !
Al-'TEH TAKING STOCK' I
IMMENSE BARGAINS ARE OFFERED
OP THE P0LI.0W1NG GOODS
rJ?ill lclrnary l.5tli, Only.
124 pair of Undressed Kid Gloves !
(i nnd 8 IIuttoiiH in peifeet oider nt !j:l n pair Gieat IlaiKuiiiN.
All my DRESS GINCIUAMS about 110 piece to select fiom aio ofleied nt
Cofli Price. A small lino of
Scotch GiHiams at a Great Reduction !
HEAD THIS A lingo ni-soitment of HEAD THIS
WHITE XXRJBiSS GOODS,
Kueb us PiipieR, Embroidered Swisses, India Linen, Plain Swiss, NniiiHOol; nnd
many other lines of White Goods. I will sell nt biieh u
piico that ovotybody will buy them.
g0 lfemeniber, February loth will eloso this Sale. 0jf
Goie Gies, Etc., Etc.
p.ul of Ihe city.
Spiced Tongue, Sjiieed llecf, S'nl ids, Kir
all night. 1U11
& FOHT STKEETH.
MANY LINES OP
Corner Hoiol &iFort Slruln,
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