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The House rc-as cmbled at t :00.
The motion to print the mojdrity
nnd minority repoit of the Pubho
Lands foimiiillio on tin market
Aliuislur Spencer nnnouniM'd print
ed and icndy for distribution the
repoit of Hie President of the Uoaid
Ue p. Kalna repotted thai lie was
tumble lo pot a meeting of the jtuli
eiaiy committees, to consider bills
iclaling to the seats ot justice in the
Second and Third Judicial Ciicuits
lospectively. lie announced that a
meeting of llie cotnniitten would bo
held Satuulay morning.
ltcp. Hot.ii had pleasure in pie
benting the repoit of tlie eoniiuitlcc
on a resolution for an inquiry into
certain public Illinois regarding the
abstraction ol confiscated opium
from the custody of the Custom
House and l'oliceTstation:
Hon. J. S. Walkkii, President of
the Legislative Assembly Sir: The
special committee appointed under
the following resolution:
"Whereas the public press of thN
city lias lately teemed with charges
of alleged thefts of opium from the
custody of the police and customs of
ficials of the kingdom, and especial
ly from the Police Station and Cus
tom House of Honolulu, therefore.
Hesolved, That a select committee
of live members of the House be ap
pointed with insti notions to inves
tigate thoroughly all facts connected
with the sei.uie. custody, ale. ex
port ami accounting for all opium
which dining the last two yeais has
come into possession of the police or
customs ollleials of Honolulu, to re
pot t from .time to time the facts
found by them, and to repoit such
recommendations by bill or other
wise, as to such committee shall
Beg leave to leport as follows:
The lirst place iisitcd was the Cus
tom House, where consideiable evi
dence was taken, and the cue and
custody of the opium investigated,
and here it seems light to condemn
the loose manner in which opium is
and lias been taken care of by the
customs ollleials, it having been kept
in a room which is accessible to any
and all employees and at all times.
We had our attention partieulaily
directed to the facts concerning two
lots of opium which we will call ie
spectively the Kahului and F. T.
opium. The first or Kahului lot,
consisting of 208 tins, was seized at
Kahului in June, 1881), and sent to
the 3Iarsh.nl, 'who kept it at the
Station House for nearly a year, aud
then sent it lo the Custom House.
From the evidence presented to the
committee, we are of the opinion
that the opium was packed in nor'
west boxes and sent to, and duly
leceived by the Police Department
by which it was kept, and that there
after, at the request of the Custom
House ollleials, boxes were on or
about the first day of April, 1890.
sent down to the Custom House.
Fiom the evidence adduced, which
is very conflicting, it is diflicult for
this committee to say whether the
boxes sent to the Custom House
from the Station House were the
same as received from Kahului. The
evidence of the Marshal, his subor
dinates and others establish the fact
that one of the boxes was leaking
opium and was stamped on the ouf
side at the time of the transfer and
that they were the same as sent fiom
Kahului and had address mark on to
'J. If. Soper, Marshal," but that
the boxes now at the Custom House
weicnottlie same which weio sent
from the Station House.
They were delivered by the Mar
shal to Mr. Turrill, representing the
Custom House, in a baggage wagon,
diiven by a young Portuguese boy,
who was accompanied by Mr. Turrill
and Capt. Hopkins of the Police
Department to the Custom House,
where Mr, Turiill disappeared, leav
ing Captain Hopkins to deliver them.
Captain Hopkins asked the customs
ollleials to sign a receipt, already
written out by the Marshal, for the
boxes of opium, which the Custom
House officials refused to give, and
afterwards a receipt was given for
the boxes "said to contain opium."
The evidence at the Custom House
is to the effect that the boxes, deliv
ered there were redwood, had no ad
dicss mark, and that one was leak
ing aud stained on the outside, that
they were taken upstairs to the Collector-General's
olllco, who seeing
that one of the boxes was leaking
ordered them moved into tlio so
called opium room. Tho opium
room where tho leaking box was set
down shows the marks of opium on
the floor. Quo of the nativo em
ployees testified Unit when the leak
ing box was placed there, that there
was no opium on the floor.
On the ICtli of May tlie so called
Kahului opium boxes were opened
aud found to contain bricks and
straw. Tlie Marshal (J. II. Sopor)
being notified, went down to tlie
Custom House and upon examining
them, informed the Customs officials
that tlioso (two ledwood) boxes
were not the ones sent down from
tlie Station House. Your committee
examined tlie boxes aud also had
them taken to pieces. They v. ere
now and had no stains of opium ex
cept one which showed only an im
pression from tlie outside, nono hav
ing leaked tluough, evidently tho
box had been bet down in a plnco
JJAJIA' BULUSTJtf j IIONttlitLU, It. J.,
where opium had been lcnl-ing from
Hi container. 'lhi discovery led
the Custom House ollleials to further
invetfUgalions, and accordingly on
the same or lite next day tho 1 T.
opium was examined. Tho K. T.
opium was eplzcd in thirty boxes of
ten on tlie 12nd A ril, 181)0, fiom the
S. S. Oceanic and taken the same
day to the Custom House, unpacked
on' the ild ami left In the opium
loom. There were tw only-seven
tins found in this bo of tea. but
only one tin at the time of our ev
nmination coutnined opium, and
strange to say that was the one
opened on the wlmif on the d.ij of
the seizin c. the balance of the tins
contained eaith and stiaw. Tito
solder on them was quite new. and
showed but very little appearance
of rust or age.
A singular fuel was brought lo
light and that was that tluee ceitaiu
tins of opium belonging to tlie
Hoard of Health that weio sent
down to the Custom House at the
same time as the Kuhulul lot, weie
upon examination by lite committee
found to contain exactly Hie same
straw aud caith as the F. T. lot.
Your committee had theeaith anal
yzed and the analysis tepoited to the
'committee satisfies us. as also the
chemist who made the analysis, that
the cm th is of Hawaiian oiigm,
showing coneluoively in our opinion,
that the earth had been placed in
this tin in Honolulu after the opium
had been taken out. This F. T.
opium had never been out of tlie
possession of the Customs authori
ties and aruved just after the Ka
hului lot, and if opium was lcmov
ed fiom those tins per Oceanic and
earth placed in it3 stead while there,
it would have been as easy for the
same partie-s to substitute tho red
wood boxes, filled with btiik and
straw, for the boxes sent down fiom
the Station House.
Membcts of the committeoseai di
ed ana found in the rear of Chu
Bang Chung's shoe stoie and Chu
Oil's dry goods store on Nuuanu
street, between King and Hotel
streets, stiaw and dirt of the same
kind as found in the above mention
ed opium containers, also bricks,
empty opium containeis, and tin
cuttings, ai also many empty half
kerosene tins which evidently had
earth in them.
The Marshal showed icccipts for
all apitini and moneys received by
him on account of opium, and from
the evidence it appeals to us that
he, in dealing with and having the
caic and custody of opium, has used
due caic and precaution.
"We have been unable to fix the
guilt upon any person, or even to
llnd enough evidence to give rise to
a suspicion as to who the person
may be, but in our opinion and
from all the evidence adduced and
also the fact of the F. T. opium hav
ing been solely in the charge of tlie
Custom House officials, that what
ever was done in the way of remov
ing tho opium, was done at the Cus
tom House. Such being the case it
seems that some person' or persons
employed in the Customs Depart
ment must have been in collusion
with outside parties.
Tlie Port Surveyor's Depaitment
and tlie Customs Department do not
appear to be in accord and a good
deal of fiiction and bad feeling ex
ists. This, we think, atisesfiom
the fact that the Collector-General
was not allowed the right of appoint
ing his subordinates, a practice which
this committee thinks should not be
allowed by this House.
This committee is of the opinion
that under the existing law tlie
Board of Health is alone tlie autho
rized custodian of opium over the
Collector-General, the only person
authoiized to make sales, such sales
being authorized under section G77
of the Civil Code.
This committee does not approve
of tho manner in which gales of
opium have heretofoie been made to
outgoing passengers on vessels leav
ing or calling at this port. We
think that a receipt should always
be given to the Collector-General
for as many tins as are taken by
the person intending to make the
salo. It appears that such has not
been the case at the Custom House.
lour committee has taken a giuat
deal of evidence but in no manner
have they been able to fasten guilt
or cause the faintest suspicion to
attacli to or implicate anyone, but
we think that if the opium had been
as well taken care of at the Custom
House as it was and is cared for at
the Policu station, no investigating
committee would have- been neces
sary. And your committee is of the
opinion that this lack of caic at the
Custom House has niisen mainly
from the fact that they have not got
a proper room for storing opium
It appears from tho report made
by tho Collector-General to your
committee that tho Customs depait
ment lias from March 27, 1888, to
Juno flO, 18!)0, seized l,-'09 tins of
opium and sold 3,115 tins, realizing
85,277 05, and distributed as fol
lows: To the informers, $2,038 97 j
to the Government, S2,CJ18 98;
leaving a balance on hand of 791
tins exclusive- of bogus opium. Tho
Police department lias seized 2,509
tins, which have been turned over
to the Hoard of Health and Customs
authorities, except -10 tins, now at
tho Station house, and tlicro kept at
tho request of the Hoard of Health.
From what information tho
committee obtained, we are satisfied
that largo quantities of opium have
been smuggled into tho different
ports of the group within the Inst
two years, so much so, that opium
is now as cheap if not cheaper than
it ha9 been for years.
Thin committee, while not favor
ing" the issuing of an opium license,
thinks that sonio stepj should bo
taken to prevent the smuggling or
opium which us it now uppe.nts to
this coinmiltco can only be done by
increasing the Cimtom house guards
and in pacing such salaries as a man
can comfortably live on, and in
knowing that tlie appointees nto hon
est and capable and will do their
duly carefully. It appears fiom the
evidence hefoie us that the Custom
house guaids tue insufficient at
times, and tho Customs :iirhoutic3
aio obliged to 'all on the .Maishal
for :iseistauce at such limes.
The evidence taken b, the com
mittee is herewith leporled lo the
House, and we lecoinmendthat it be
placed on the Seeietnry's table, so
that members desiring to read and
look over the same may do so. All
of which is respectfully submitted.
A. Rosv, Chairman.
II. P. Hu.mvrs.
Whilst agreeing with the majority
in the main points of the above re
port, I consider that the conclusions
drawn in two parts of it, against
the Customs authorities, are unjustly
sevete on them ; and whilst hardly
justilicd by the evidence these con
clusions would convey a wrong itn
picssion on any reader unable to
refer to the testimony.
It is fair to say that if the
opium has been kept in a loose man
ner ai the Custom house, it was as
much the fault of the Government
as of the Customs authorities, tlie
Collector-General having staled that
he had rcpcalodh asked for a pio
per room to be constructed or for a
safe to be furnished him lo lock up
the opium in.
I consider that the fault of the
Customs authorities, if any, has been
too much leniency in general, and
also with such of the outside ofliceis
who have been imposed on them by
the favoritism of the late Ministry,
some of whom were allowed fiec
access to the opium room.
1 object also to the repetition, in
two pints of the repoit, of the as
sertion that not cen the faintest
suspicion could be enleilained.
Whilst not having been able to lix
legally the guilt of tlie opium rob
beries on any particular patty or
parties, yet it seems lo me there is
enough evidence to justify suspi
cions, and I consider that after the
pains taken by the committee, and
after the large expenditure demoted,
in our investigations, lo tlie gather
ing of a voluminous testimony (which
lack of time alone prevented us to
render more valuable by our cross
examination) it would be fair to the
public to lecommend that the House
be pleased to refer all such evidence
to His Ex. the Attornev-Gencial,for
fin titer investigation if he thinks
proper, out of which developments
might perhaps yet lesult.
Hep. I'osa, after the leading, ex
hibited the box, empty tins, rubbish,
etc., mentioned in the report. As
guilt was not fastened on anybody,
he did not think it advisable to have
the voluminous evidenco translated
and printed, but instead laid on the
table for the perusal of members.
Members of committee had taken a
great deal of pains, and he would
especially mention Noble Midler for
his acutencss in following up clues.
He asked as a favor that the com
mittee be not discharged, but re
tained in ollicc with tho hope of its
being able to ferret out the guilty.
Noble Widcinann asked several
questions regarding tlie exhibits,
which weie answered by l,ep. Rosa,
and the lion. Nolle piocecded to
say that there were suspicious cir
cumstances connected Willi the boxes
that had contained tho Kuhului
opium. Were those Nor' nest boxes
changed into redwood boxes at the
Custom House? If so, he would be
ready to move the adoption of tin,
leport. but he would not want to
censure the Custom House because
it might have been taken in by a
rascally olllcial. At all events, he
would fight tootli and nail against
the adoption of the report that day.
He read a uows aiticlc from the
Huu.r.TiN after the discovery, and
said the information was published
by a person who knew all about it,
That was known all over town and
lie would not mention names. Ho
moved that the leport (exclusive of
the evidence) be . translated and
Rep. Knudsen wanted to know,
before a vote was taken, whether it
was true, as reported, that the chair
man of the committee had teceived
a retainer as counsel from a Custom
House olllcial or ollleials.
Rep. Rosa I will answer ihusly:
When the matter became public
pioperty I was approached by the
Minister of Finance and the Collector-General
to assist in fencting out
the matter. I replied that as a
member of the Legislature 1 was not
sure whether I was or was not able
to tako a retainer. Subsequently I
refused to take the retainer, because,
I was a member of the House, and I
knew that at the investigation Iteforo
the Minister of Finance the objection
was made, and I refused the retainer
because as a member of tho House
I could not take it, be present at tlie
investigation, or act in any way as
an attorney in the matter. (Rep.
Knutlseii having misunderstood thu
reply, Rep. Rosa continued:) I am
not susceptible lo that kind of in
fluence. I have never accepted a
bribe, and I stand above reproach
on that score. (Applause.)
JULY 10, 1SW.
Hep. Knudsen said that having
heard the repoit fiorn respectable
citizens, repeatedly in several days
past, he felt it his duty lo bring, tho
matter before the House. If it had
been true ho should say that llie
committee was heavily handicapped
by the member for Waialua.
' Noble J. M. Homer intcirogatcd
llie honorable member for Wnialua,
and, on being answered, said ho was
almost surprised that the honorable
member should have deigned to
deny thnt he had been bribed. He
had as much confidence in the honor
able member's word U9 if it was
sustained by sworn testimony.
Rep. Rickurd referred to llie mat
ter as a dirty piece of business. It
was the duty of this House to Icavo
nothing undone for bringing the
guilty persons to punishment, but
he could not help thinking that the
responsibility rested on the heads of
departments.' He concluded with a
number of questions to the chair
man of committee.
Minister Drown said that eveiy
question was answered in the icpoit
and the evidence.
Noble Muller suggested that be
fore any more time was wasted the
members havo an opportunity of
ponding the report and evidence.
Noble Marsdcn moved the report
be accepted and laid on the table.
Minister Drown said that what
ever decision the House should
make, the Ministry was bound to
thoiotighly investigate the matter
for itself. He thcrefoio seconded
the motion of the lion. Noble from
Rep. Hush held that thoro was
evidence there which should have
enabled the committee to bring in a
verdict. They should either censure
the coinmi'ice or discharge it and
appoint a new one. It was ridicu
lous, to report that nobody was
guilty, when opium was stolen while
in tho hands of Government officials. '
He was not ashamed to say that he
believed the Custom House officials
w ei c guilty. It was a disgrace to
the House if this scandal was to be
Rep. White moved that the ic
port be laid on the table and a new
committee appointed. The finingd of
the material behind the Chinese
stoics was a clue fiom which some
thing should have been gained. If
tlie matter was left to the judiciary
committee it would ferret it out.
Rep. Nawahi, as a member of the
judiciary committee, was not anx
ious to take the work, but was con
fident that, if the other committee
was discharged, the judiciary com
mittee would let the House know
next Monday morning, or Wednes
day at the least, who were the guilty
paitics. If the Custom House gave
receipts to the Marshal without ex
amining what they were getting,
they should be held responsible.
Why should the chairman of the
committee have been approached by
the Government, when there weio
other equally capable lawyers in
Rep. Rosa said they had examin
ed llie Chineso merchants and the
owners of the buildings, without re
sult. The lion, member for Hilo
was a much older lawyer than he,
"but never was a success except in
the Legislature, and there ho never
Rep. Paeliaole thought the com
mittee had done a great deal of
work, and their lenoit oujjht to be
accepted aud they discharged.
Then tlie matter should be refeired
to auotlier committee for further in
vestigation. The House ought to
find out who the wotker of miracles
was, who could turn opium into
bricks and stiaw. The motion to
translate and print the leport wa3 a
little prematuie, a- there might be
another teport to consider on the
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was in favor
of accepting and laying the roport
on the table, and referring tlie mat
ter further to the judiciary commit
tee. It contained seveial lawyers
and l lm chaiiman (Ren. Kalua),
would bring some backbone lo it.
Why hadn't the Government done
something before? The Minister of
Finance promised to do something
at this lato day. Tho Attorney
Geneial, instead of doing anything
on taking office, had gone on a fish
ing excursion with persons who bad
been plotting to ovei throw the Gov
ernment. Hy their inaction in the
picmisca the Ministers were giving
countenance to the unlawful deeds
of those officials.
Minister Drown called the speaker
Rep. Wilcox (changing to Eng
lish) said he was speaking on a
point of order. The Ministers stood
there baio-faccd and promised to do
something, and the House had a
right to hold the Ministers responsi
ble. Resuming in Hawaiian, the
conclusion of the lion, member's re
maiks was not interpreted.
Minister Drown said that if the
honorable gentleman had been as
well acquainted with thu usages of
polite society and of lcgitdatlvo
Rep. Wilcox I am more of a
gentleman than His Excellency
Minister Drown I luivo the floor.
I say that tho honorable member
should havo known that the Minis
try could not take this matter out
of the hands of a committee of this
House. Now that the committee
lias reported, tlie Ministry is free
to take tlie matter under investiga
tion. I desiro to havo tho ruling of
tho Chair on this point, whether the
Ministry could take the matter out
of the hands of a legislative committee,
President Wolkcr mlcil that tho
Ministry could not have done so.
Rep. Kalua suggested that two
boxes of the size exhibited could
not havo held tho three or four hun
dred tins of opium sent from Kahu
lui. When the matter was intro
duced Noble Widemann and him
self had advocated having the inves
tigalion cover the whole kingdom.
Opium was dirt cheap on Maui,
showing that smuggling had been
prevalent there. Ho was in favor
of the investigation proceeding.
Noble Parker supported the mo
tion for translating and printing,
but would move in amendment that
the committee be increased to seven
members, by the addition of Reps.
Nawahi and Kalua.
Noble J. M. Horner suggested
that Ren. Hush be added, us that
member had stated how much he
Noble Marsdcn suggested that,
as the Ministry were willing to take
up tlie matter, the committee be in
creased lo nine, adding the Minister
of Finance and the Attorney-General.
He protested against members
of the House clamoring lor the con
demnation of persons witluut evi
dence. They forgot the old princi
ple that it " was belter for ninety
nine guilty persons to escape than
for one innocent person to be con
demned. Noble .Baldwin said a great deal
had been uttered that might better
have been left unsaid. It would
have only been couitesy on the part
of the House to have passed the mo
tion to translate and print the re
poit, so that members could know
of what they were talking before
they discussed the matler. As a
member of the committee lie did
not thiuk there was a witness ob
tainable whose evidence they did
not piocuic. While there was
g'ound of suspicion of collusion on
the pait of officials, lie was con
vinced in his own mind that the
head of tlie Customs Dureati was to
be entirely exonerated. If the
committee could be increased by
the appointment of mcmbeis who
claimed ability to airive at the bot
tom of the matter in two or three
days, he believed that the House
could not take a better course than
to add those members to the com
mittee. Perhaps if the committee
had kept on a few weeks or months,
it might have found out the guilty
parties; but he submitted that
from the amount of testimony ob
tained tho committee had done an
amount of work not often done by a
committee of this Legislature.
Rep. Daker considered that the
committee had done all it could,
and having presented a report
ought to be discharged. As mem
bers of the Judiciary committee
had declared their ability of solving
the mystery in three days, he was
in favor of giving them a chance.
Noble Widemann moved the pre
vious question, whicli carried.
Rep. Rosa, as chairman of tlie
committee, took the privilege of
closing. He was willing thut those
members should be added to the
committee the member from Hilo
(Rep. Nawahi) especially, as he
had shown so much intelligence.
Tluj lepoit was iceeived and the
The House adjourned at 4 o'clock.
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005 at Hanalel, K'linil,
NOTICE ts hereby given that I will
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Honolulu, July 7, 1890. M)8 lm
rrUIE Hawaiian Hotel Stables ghe
X notice to those owing them old
accounts, that If not tettled by August
1, 181)0, they will bo put iu the bauds
of a collector. COl td
MRS. MONRO 13, ladles' nuife, Jmb
removed to No. ft, KuUui lane.
Oceaiic Slnsli Cog?.
From Son Francisco. ,
Leave Duo at
S. F. Honolulu
Mariposa July SG.... Aug 2
Zeakuidia. . . . i .Aug 2H Aug 30
Alameda Sept 20 Sept 27
Mariposa Oct IS Oct 25
Zealaudia Nov 15 Nov 22
Alameda Deo 13 Dee 20
For San Franoisco.
Leave Duo at
Zcahindiii July U..,..Tuly 20
Alameda Aug 0,. ..Aug 23
Mariposa Sept 3 .... Sept 20
Zealaudia Oct 1 Oct 18
Ahuiiedn. . . Oct 29 Nov 15
Mariposa Nov 2G Dec 13
Zealaudia Dec 21 Jan 10
Inlermediato S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F. Leavo Honolulu.
Friday . July 18 Friday... Aug 1
Friday... Aug 15 Friday... Aug 2U
Friday . . Sept 12 Friday . . Sept 20
Friday. ..Oct 10 Friday.. .Oct 21
Friday. . .Nov 7 Friday.. . Nov 21
Friday. .Doe C Friday. . .Dec 18
iiMai fail iMii.
run s.is i"iiA?.'t:nsci,
The new uud Une AI blecl hinaniahi
Of tnu()eanie.Sirr.mhIjiC:ompujy, will
be due a' Honolulu triiin .jdncj
and Auckland ou v, uboat
July 26, (090,
Aad will leave for tho above port witJi
mails and passengers on or uboul ibat
For freight or pnsjage, having SU.
PEHIOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. ISWIH ii CO.. Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland.
and nuo AI steel stof.mab.lp
Of the Orcanio Steamship Company, will
be due at Houolulu from Sua
Fiuticlbco ou or about
Aug. 2, J8S0.
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and prttsengcra for iheabove ports.
For lrcight or passage, having SU
I'EIUOU ACCOMMODATIONS, uoplv
to if J
37 WM. G. IEVIN & CO.. Agents
Oustav A. Scliumaii
79 & 31 : : King Street.
At W. Wright & Son's.
Having receivd a full assortment of
(urlai;oTiirainltig Mnteriala Jrora the
East, I inn prep ircd to execute all ordors
with ncatnesi and despatch at yery rea.
G. A. 803UMAN.
Mrs. M. J. RAIViOS
At A. Ii, Smith's, Upstairs,
"Where the Beit, ths Neatest and tho
' . Cheapest
Photographic Pictures and Residence
Views iu o taken. Dutlre satisfaction
given, and all oidcrs promptly attended
JKSy-A respectful Invitation is sent out
to the ladles to call and see for them
selves. . C80 1ra
A NATURAL Mineral Vi'atcr.
XX tale only by
, , W. S. LUOE,
Solo Agent & Importer for the Ha
waiian Islands. 023 tf
Manufacturer of Ladled
French Kid, Calf & Kangaroo
WUN SUBOS MADE 10 01IDH1I.
Prseeit or Newcd; ulno, HailillcH.
83 Nuuanu bt., i : ; P. O. Hi,x HO t.
GOO KIM & CO.,
No. C9 Nuuanu St., Honolulu,
And dealers in all kinds of
CusnltuoreN anil FiirulnliiiiK GnorlH,
Also, a full stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods. Good lit gnciauteod. 017 3m
CHANGE of RESIDENCE.
II is removed from Fort rlreet to Ro-
bollo Lane, Pale jia.
Ofi'Ice IIouitBi I) a. u. to 12 m. ard
P. M. to 0 P M.
Mutual GOB-tSaTElGPIIONESasyEcll 47B
"piREWOOD for tolo at Hawaiian
JL Commercial Salesrooms, corner of
Cjuoeu nud Nuiinuu vtrcets. 408 tf
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