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WJUl-: J5Ul4.UN : iiOJNOLULU, jai. JU, OCTOBER 6, 18U0.
Dr. Richard Oliver 1ms this day
been appointed Medical Superinten
dent of the Insane Asylum, vice Dr.
S. G, Tnelei.
l N. Sl'liNClii:.
Minislei of t lie luliiior,
Inl.'iioi Office, Ool. 1, 1MM).
Jlcnry W. iMclnU-t-li Ins this ilny
been appoiutuil Supeiintendent of
Public Works, vice William E. Un
C. N. Sl'KXOElt,
Minister of the Inlet inr.
InleiiorOllice, Oct. 1, IS'.IO.
lloNoi.m.r.ll. I., Aug. !), 18110.
Hidden (if Wiiloi Piivilegcf. or
thopo paying Water Hates, mi-beichy
notified that tho honi.. for lining
wulcr for iiiiguling put poses mo from
(1 to 8 o'clock .1. M., and 4 to ! o'clock
Ciias. 11. WILSON,
Supl. Hnttn. Water Works,
CI. N. Spekcku,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for He benefit of all.
MONDAY, OCT. G, 1890.
Editorial matter and correspond
ence held over until to-morrow,
owing to ilio pressure on our
THE PLANTERS IN COUNCIL.
The'uunual meeting ot the l'lant
ers Labor & Supply Co. for 1890
was commenced tins morning in me
i ooms of the Chamber of Commerce.
The meeting was called lo order at
10 o'clock by vice-president lion. J.
IS. Athcrton and on the roll being
called by the secretary, W. O. Smith
Esq., the following pct&ons and cor
porations were found lo be repre
sented : Castle & Cooke, S. N.
Castle, J. 15. Athcrton, K. Ilalstead,
C. C. Bond, W. H. Purvis & Co.,
1 A. Schacfer & Co., C. Brewer &
Co.. T. II. Davies & Co., W. II.
Richard, .1. Marsden, 1'. C. .Jones,
W. II. Bailey, .1. M. Horner & Sons,
A. K. AVilcox, W. Y. Horner. II. K.
Glade, IL Hackfeld & Co., T. H.
Walker, C. R. Bishop, B. l- Dilling
ham, A. S. ITartwcll, W. G. Irwin
& Co., J.N. S. Williams, W. M.
Giffard, A. II. Smith, W. O. Smith,
II. Morrison; Plantations: I'aia,
Haiku, Ononiea, Kohala, Pacific
Sugar Mill, Ilamakua Sugar Mill,
Eleele, Hawaiian Agricultutal Co.,
Honomu, Makee, Waihcc, AVailuku,
llanalei, Kaneohe, Liliue, Pioneer,
Kekaha, Pcpeekco, IIaraakua,Union,
Lydgates, Waiakea Sugar Co.,
Hart's, and Kilauea Sugar fCo.
Un motion tne minutes oiine last
meeting wore- omitted and the report
of the secretary was reail by V. O.
Smith, as follows :
During the year which has past
since the last annual meeting the
Trustees of the Company have held
Portuguese Immigration. Imme
diately after the adjournment atten
tion was again directed to the matter
of Portuguese immigration. Objec
tions had been raised by the Portu
guese to the form of the proposed
contracts ; the banks in Portugal de
sired further guarantees for the ad
vances to be made for expenses, and
other difllcultics had arisen.
These points were carefully con
sidered and all arrangements were
made so far as practicable for the
prosecution of the work. But not
withstanding all the earnest work of
the Company and of Messrs. II.
Hackfeld, Hon. Paul JscnL'cig, Mr.
E. Muller, Mr. P. A. Dias and
others the effort to obtain more Por
tuguese laborers utterly failed.
.Japanese laborers. The next
subject which engaged the attention
of the Trustees was the desertion of
.Japanese laborers. These desertions
were becoming very frequent and
general. After conferences with
t lie President of the Board of Immi
gration and careful consideration of
Hays and means lo prevent such
desertions, it was agreed that two
special Japanese policemen should
be appointed to seek out and art est
Ilio deserters; the salaries ot such
policemen to be paid tor by the
1'lttntorH L. & S. Co.
The policemen were appointed
mill begun their woik In November.
Tli uxpuiiuiciil proved t'uiiuciilly
uiicucHHful, and such dt'HcitloiiH Imvo
liccn almost wholly picviuilcd, Tim
Tronbiner'a mpoil will statu the
ammiiil so fur puiil for wiliirlim of
Nmv MulirliluH lininluiNiith, It Is
w till pltuuiire (lint tliu iiiiiimiiiiiiuw'ii!'
hi iiiihIii of (liu llniil miIHiiiiioiiI of
I hit yiivrjl iuw loii of Jim rulurii lo
ilmjr limp, o IP hm lwim
pr.ojili' w) itesJw) Id ruluiiji
This matter has been under dis
cussion at various times sinco the
summer of loo, and was finally
settled by the Ttustccs paying to
the Board of Immigration the sum
of gloOO to cover the expense of
returning such people.
The records relating to this busi
ness and the correspondence upon
the subject arc too voluminous to
publish1 with this report.
As no funds were avaible for the
purpose the Treasurer was author
ized to borrow the ame on account
of the Company.
Chinese Immigration. The sub
eot of obtaining more hiborei has
received much, attention during the
year. Chinese and 1'orluguesu Im
migration having been arrested, and
the obtaining of more Japanese
beinii uncertain the uueslion as to
where the supply Is to come from in
the future is of grave importance.
The expansion of the agricultural
enterprises of the country with the
consequent increased demand for
laborers ; tin probable low prices of
sugar in the near future, and the
restrictions upon Chinese immigra
tion that now cxisi combine to make
the situation most serious.
Belief must be obtained or great
loss to (he country will result.
The picscnt pressing problem
demanding solution is how lo admit
Chinese in sVlIleient numbers to
meet the demands, and at the same
time to protect the country from
being Hooded with an irresponsible
and uncontrolable class of Chinese.
While the planting intercuts of the
country demand that more laborers
be introduced, no present necessities
or gain will justify the adoption of
any policy which will result in con
verting this country into a Chinese
ruder our laws as they now stand
Chinese in any considerable numbers
cannot be admitted with safely. For
no adequate means for regulating
and controlling them can be en
forced. And as nothing but large
accessions of laborers will meet the
exigencies of the ease, it is impera
tive that immediate steps be taken
to secure legislation appropriate to
The whole question is surrounded
with dilllcultics, but they must, be
met and overcome if permanent
prosperity is lo be maintained,
lipped fully submitted,
W. O. Smith,
Honolulu, Oct. G, 1890.
P. C. Jones Esq., the treasurer,
read his report which showed that
the receipts (including balance on
hand) amounted to 82008, expendi
tures S-'879, leaving a balance of
cash on hand of SL"J.ISf. All tho
bills extant had been paid except a
note for Slfi00 which, with interest
from August 18U0, was yet due.
Both reports were accepted.
Mr. Jones after the reading and
acceptance of his report begged to
resigned his oflice of treasurer. Ho
had held the position for the last
consecutive 7 years and pressure of
other business matters compelled
him to tesign.
After appropriate recognition by
the members and the moving of n
vote of thanks, the resignation of
Mr. Jones was accepted.
liepoitsof Committees was taken
up as an order of business, but on
motion was deferred until a later
On motion a committee of three
cons'sting of Messrs. Schaefer, Jones
and Walker, prepared and offered a
list of trustees for the coming term.
The list contained the names of
Messrs. Alex. Young, F. M. Swansy,
W. M. Giffard, F. A. Schaefer, II.
P. Baldwin, J. F. Hackfeld, J. B.
Athcrton, W. O. Smith and P. C.
Jones. The names being found to
be acceptable, unanimously, and
there being no other nominees, the
secretary cast the vote of the organ
ization for the list as a whole and
those gentlemen were declared elect
ed trustees of the Planters' Labor
& Supply Co., for 1890-91.
Aljournment was had at 1! a. m.
until 1 p. m.
On convening in the afternoon the
vice-president announced that the
Board of Trustees had met and had
elected the following gentlemen as
olllcers for the ensuing term ; Presi
dent, Alex. Young ; Vice-President.
J. B. Atherton ; Treasurer, F. M.
Swansy ; Secretary, W. O. Smith ;
Auditor, W. M. Giffard.
Discussion was then engaged In
as to the best manner in which to
make provision for the amount of
indebtedness of the company which
was stated by the vice-president to
bo about 85000. Suggestion was
made that an assessment of live
cents per ton on the crop of 1889-90
would cover the amount due.
The tonnage as per returns made
by the principal firms, was thought
to be very nearly 100,000 tons.
On motion of Mr. P. C. Jones it
was ordered that an immediate as
sessment of 2 cents per ton be levied
on the plantation products of sugar
for 1889 90 when reported and the
trustees were instructed to levy an
additional assessment up to II cents
if found necessary.
Ulsuusslon of reports or commit
teem was now brought forward and
on motion of Mr. l' A, Kulmefcr ll
was ordered that tint report of com
inltlci) on Labor he (alien up at Wilfi
hliurp, to-morrow morning.
A innoil on (illll.tir huh rum)
by Mr, MonUnn,
BASEBALL CHAMPIONS OF 1890.
An tmini'Mfiii litinn In Thrlr Honor I
Want nnrt Ftin.
The boys of the Kainehameha
School gave a luati on a huge scale,
at that institution on Saturday, iu
honor of their baseball nine, who
won the championship of the Hawaii
Baseball League the past season.
Tables filled the large dining hall
and were covered with vaiieties of
meat and ilsh cooked and served in
the native style. The guests helped
themselves wllli the Implements sup
posed to have becu used by Adutu
and Eve. Bottles of ginger ale and
soda water were nearly the only
feature that disturbed the primitive
aspect of the repast, one olher mo
dern innovation being the elevated
tables with chairs to get at them.
There must have been nearly two
hundred people sitting down, be
sides which the boys had their feast
under an awning just outside. I he
hall was decorated with flags and
evergreens, and at the height of the
luaii the scene was very striking.
What intensified the Interest of the
entettainment was the intimation
made by Principal Oleson that every
arrangement was executed h the
King Kalaktuia and Princess Li
liuokaluni were at the table of honor
across the head of the hall, also
Hon. C. H. Bishop and liev. Dr. C.
M. Hyde of the Board of Trustees,,
with Mrs. Hyde, liev. W. B. Ole
son, Principal, and wife, Principal
llosmer, of Oaliu College, and wife,
Prof. M. M. Scott, of Fort street
School, and wife. Many other pro
minent residents were seated at the
festive boards, and the two daily
papers were represented. In the
room where Mr. and Mrs. Oleson re
ceived the guests were hung pic
tures of the champions, and the bat
and ball of native woods, an extra
trophy of the season presented by
Mr. Titos. G. Thrum, were also 'on
view. During and after tho luaii
the Kamchamcha Glee Club sang se
lections in their admirable style.
When all had been fully refill
ed at tabic, an adjournment was.
made to the verandas and teirace,
whence the company viewed with
amused interest a series of sports.
These were ably conducted by Mr.
Richards of the school staff, and re
sulted as follows:
Tug of war E. Brown, captain ;
D. Kahaulelio, M. Kauwe, C. Blake
and W. Leleo defeated teams under
the captainship of Ii. Paliau and J.
One hundred yards dash O.
Crowell won the tlrst heat out of sis
competitors, W. Meheula the second
out of four, and Meheula became
the champion by beating Crowell.
Burden race J. Makaimoku and
N. Kauhane won, there being eight
Potato race II. Wise beat ton
Three-legged race E. Wilcox
and G. Cuinmings were winners out
of live teams.
Heavy-weight champinuship race
J. Kauka, winner against live who
A baseball, match between nines
of small boys, S. Kaahit and W.
Beers, captains, showed excellent
At the close of the Bports tne lads
gave their school cheer "Bay! ha-ray-ray
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
Thk bill for the relief of His Maj
esty passed third reading this afternoon.
Thk Civil Service Bill was indefin
itely postponed this afternoon, and a,
motion for reconsideration lost.
The trial trip of the new steel
steamer Ol.utdinc, of tho Wilder
Stcatnehip Co , on Saluiduy after
noon Wl was a success in every par
ticuliu. Conintodoro King conned
the iiummient of the commodious
and wift steamer to Koko'llead and
rolurn. Seerulary Bose, Purser Ueck
luy, Clerk Wallace, Capt. l.oienzen,
anil Messrs. Sims and t T. Wilder
looked out for tho contfoits of the
passengers, which included a num
ber of the fair sex as also Minis
teis Spencer and Peterson, lions.
Baldwin and McCarthy of the Legis
lature, Chief Justice Jmld, Deputy-Attorney-General
Esq. of N. ., Miss But It Watd, and
repicfsontatives of the legal, mercan
tile and othei profesiions. Lack of
space forbids further notice in this
ttsiie than to Miy again that the trial
proved most satisfactory to the olliceis
as regards speed and fca-going quali
ties and displayed to the guests I lie
ample and comfortable accommoda
tions for pahcngeis. Tho Olaudino
leaves lo-morroW afternoon on the
Kiniiu's route and a number of peo
ple havealteady signified their inten
tion lo tiiko a trip to the Volcano via
the oppoitunity offered b thii new,
swift, hlci'l steamer.
LSSl'ED BY THE
OJP WEJW YOTIK
Cash Assets, : : : :
txsr For full particulars apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. I-I. DAVIES & CO.,
Thk monthly meeting of the Pio
neer Building and Loan Association
will be held tbi.s evening at 7 -lit), in
Saturday, Oct. 11th.
LINOLEUM, CARPET & HUGS,
PliUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS.
BOOTS A: SHOES,
STOCKHOLM A; COAL TABS,
PAINTS OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
KoroHuno Oil4' AXOUA."
SADDLERY & HARNESS.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SKTS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
KLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SILVERWARE, S TATIONERY,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC. .
WELSH STEAM COAL,
KTRE BRICK, .
BED BRICK, ETO.
Cltair Out tors & Cano Knives.
Mr, W. S. MALTBY,
The Undisputed Champion Selenllilo &
Aitbtle OyelNt of the World,
lias been engaged at great expense to
gte one of his wonderful performances
prior to his departure for the United
Now features and tricks iu fancy rid
ing will be Introduced that have never
ueioro been witnessed here.
tST The full Hawaiian Band will ho
Excursion Train leaves Honolulu at
2:30 P. M.
Ticket for the round trip Including
admission to the ground-,:
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:-Ohlendorf's Dissolved lViuvlaii Guano, OhlemlorPs Special Cane .Muiime.
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual dcMioycr of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worm-;, Etc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Deitioyt all Noxious Weeds & Scrubs.
BAGS:-SiiKar. Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: l'inbiaein the latest Improvement in maleiial and texture.
"Water Pipe, Corrugiifceil Iron, Fmu:U AViro, IMpu Fittings, I3t:.,
TivmrAM Mnrmc Knti..iy m.w
tine line of
Sir BO CENTS.
This is vour
Thk Woman's Board of Missions
will hold a meeting at Central Union
Church, to-morrow afternoon, at 2:110
Infalllblo for rcnewlni;, Invigorating anil
beautifying tlic hair, removing scurf, dauilrulf,
and all affections of the ecalp, and curing erup
tions of the akin, diseases of the Rlanils, nuifclos
and Integuments, and relicUng stings, cuts.
bruieea, Bnrains, etc. The afllnity bitween the
membranes which constitute the skin and the
hair which draws its sustenance from this triple
cnvclopo la very close All diseases of the hair
originate in tho skin of the head. If the pores
of the sculp are closed, orif tho blood and other
fluids do not circulate freely through tho small
vessels which feed tho toots with moisture and
Impart life to tho fibres, tho result Is scurf,
dandruff, shedding of the hair, graynesB, dryness
and harshness of tho ligaments, and entire bald
ness, as tho case may be. Stimulate tho skin to
healthful action with Barry's Trlcoplicr-
ous, and the torpid vessels, recovering their
activity, will annihilate the disease. In oil
affections of tho skin and of the substrata of
muecles and integuments tho process and the
effect are the same. It Is upon the skin, the
muscular fibre, and tho glands that Barry's
Trlcoplicrous has its specific action, and
In all affections and injuries of these organs it
is a sovereign remedy.
Beware of Counterfeits.
.From the Greatest Living Prima Donna.
Uadame Adeliua PattUNicolinl,
Montevideo, July 30th, 1883.
Mi-mira. nxncLAY & Co.. New York.
Dear Sirs: I tako plensuro in announcing to
ou that lliiiHY'rt Flop.ida WATEnisoneorthc
t cles always to no louna on t
case. In my conception it ih one or tno nest o:
the best or
toilet waters, and for Ilio bnth it io not only de
licious, out rcircsaing ana invigorating,
recommend It without rcscn e.
KrP rlOLUSTER & CO.,
nri inimifT--M f """T.---ci?S:- fifi1- nisiiiliiitliiK Agenih. lni
A i.awx party will be given by tho
Missionary Gleaners at the residence
of V. 11. Castle next Saturday after
noon from three to six.
Mr. and Mrs. E. Suhr gave a de
lightful dinner party laBt evening, to
a select few ol their friendH, at their
lemdeucc on Ileretania utrcet.
Thk members of the Honolulu
Arion intend giving an entertain
ment and daneo at their hall on
Tuesday evening, Oct. 28th. Further
particulars will appear later.
The Honolulu Iron Workw' nine
beat tho Union lion Works' nine Sa
turday by a score of 2ft to 19. Want
of space prevents an extension of our'
leporter'h noteu on the interesting
All ouler forcartage promptly attended
to. ParlU'iilar attention
paid to tho
Storing & Shipping
Of good In transit to the other Inland.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices.
to lns. F.
The Host Popular Scheme
i in un:
History of the Jewelry Trade!
Ofkick: Next door
Morgan's auction room. v
oct li Mutual TelephonB No. 1 9. 18D0
MliHNlIM, II. W. MlUrililMtV 0o,
liaut fui hiIii i'uiiiirmti'il Iroib nil
tlm, I'oillunil I'l'iiiim) ii in! uIIici
iwuiuliilftrw'VJiiloiy, iij wnal
bfiw liairiiMfniMi Lauiioj).
Mr. Ohtts. Husttvec, tho popular
grocer, announces that ho has moved
into the commodious stoi es in the Lin
coln Block. King street, whero he is
ready to supply his many patrons
with now and fresh goods jtibt receiv
ed by the last steamer.
Mu. W. K. Maltby, Hut famous cy
clist, will give a grand byciehi enter
tainment at 1'eail City on Saturday ,
October 11th. New features, new
tricks iu fancy liding. etc., will bo
intiodiiced. The Hawaiian liiiud will
lie iu attendance, An excursion tialii
will leave at 2 ;30 p, in. Tickets in
eluding faie and adinlsHioii, fit) cenu.
.. t-- - -
Mi:hhiih, (J, W, .Muufiulani; & f!o,
wiili lo cMl attention to u Hue utthort
nimit of Kngllsh fiiiuiliirti nll'mml by
Unit llrui, which uiriw'd yeslmitdy
iter llrlllMi Imrl, IHiUr, 2fi day
front Loudon, Uy llm int ver
Iiiin been itiwmI a linn iinrlinciil
of Akii)IiiIi'I'uiii IVmIuii iiikh, both
liiiun mill tiiuiill, wlili'll will lie ollei-
til (or mIb wllli l)i fiiilil(i!i, 'I'll"
I!im."I will lii i Mii'jJ mi lulilliltlmi in
JT. X.. JLi. Lime,
And a fresh lot of
HAY, GRAIN ill FEED,
.Tun think of It! Two full club or
ganised In less than three tlitj.s, and the
third club nearly completed.
Monday, September 2t)th. the
following members diow watches:
Ci.un 1-Member No.
Oi.uii 2 Member No.
0, nenrv ICala.
:I2,T. II. Golds-
(iiantitles as ic-Cheiip,
John F. Oolburn & Co.
T JtODItlQUKd of Kiiiiii, Maul, lutv
t) t lug untile mi iiHulgumuiit of his
njoperty to iu undertilgued fur the
bMiutlt of hU nutlltorn, niillcii hi buinliy
glvun that id) hIiiIiiik ugnliiHt hbu iiiuhI
Im priiKiitui n tliu uiuluri'lKiiud wllliln
lliine iiinillll) fl out ilato, mill MllpeinoiiH
lutluhieil u nidi) ,, JtniiiitN mu iu
iiiiunli'il pi iniiliu liiiiiitiillitia iiiyin!iil lo
!lliiliMlugimlit bU ollli'u In Mono,
lull). M. A. QONMJiVJSH,
TW This Is the ensiest way lo gel a
good Gold Watch with a Ibui Wnltbaui
movement on payments of
$1.00 Per Week.
EBT Horncmber u e save on at leif-l
U) ou each watch you buy iu oiirc)ub.
Ladles' Watches on tho Same Plan.
I- Jf you want a ijJoo, ir.O or $i00
Winch, you can buy It In Hut clubs,
.loin now mid mini! iiioiiev.
H. F. Wictai, Watcli CM
J. A. LUOKKTT,
Mooting' ol' HtocldiolilorM,
NOTIf'IJ heieliy given lluil a t,io
cbd meeting of the Moi'lliuliliir
uf IIiiiOhIiii Itullwiiy .V l.iuul Co, will
Im lii'lil til lliu olllni of ihu f 'niiiniiny on
WKONMnDAV, (lumber , mio, n ;i
ll'clllcli , , , (mill,, lH tl MHlll,,.
1lnKilij' im of liuiuu on Hitt'lW.
Iillmili Mulnnun Mini Jfnulmi llhltli'iu.
Tcleiibon", No. 11!).
lo Ibis tiatlc.
p.o. nx 372.
Husface, King Street.
Having leased the .stores in (he brick building known i)h the
'Lincoln P.ltick," ne.uly nppoMtc the old stand, and lumui;dfepuM)i
of that portion of my .stock damaged by I hi lute liie, ami being
iuiccciplnl New (Joodrt per lust s'tuunier, and inoie on the way, 1
am picpaicd to lib all outers as before. Thanking the public' for
the liberal patiouage bestowed ou me for the p.tM sovun years, I
hope by piompt attention to all ordeis to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall be pleased to see all my old'eu
tnmers, and as many new ones as may lind it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
iM-'JJgg;g,g'-U-l-i-iJ"- UJBL..UI ..i.....
Without ji Kival in Price & Qualify !
One-third tho Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
A Saving of X) Per Gent in Cost and Quality the Very Best, rjf
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HEP-SRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for tho Hawaiian Ifclanth'.
Having removed our SODA WOllKS lo more commodious quartore at
TVo. 39 Xr"OjR,rjp STREET,
(Near the Custom House)
Wo aie now pit-pared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of tlio following High Class Aerated Bevetages:
t T Bin nil QtPQmhpPTiir nn f!n
j UIIUUli XJUlUUUi UllUUUUH Ul
Sarsaparilla, SarBrfparilla & Iron Wator, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER &. CO..
WAIALAE BREEDING RANCH
Pedigrees of All Horses Kept
Tlttt following Fine Animals will
stand for M'tvlcu at Hit) ranch, Walnliut:
Two Nn 1 1 v.i Hlullloii
"PIUAOAO" it "FRANK,"
mmu pAUL. HI, IBENRKRG,
SlallliiiiR of vailous lucedH,
Muich with or without find,
llor.scK for any piupupo,
A HUIfiil llie.ihitr mill Tiiilnxr It mil
plo) I'd mi ihu lunch,
, t&" Hnllnfmilloii t K'lflJLHili'i'i! In
ii'iii.HK mill IihIdIhk liuiii
m it. ,-, v. --,