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sounded coiti'ctly nt Honolulu mciin noon,
Olmervutoiy lnuililhin.or lOli. 31m. 20soo. of
Urcunwleli time. (J. J. Iaovs.
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WEDNESDAY, DEC. 31, 1890.
U S S Mohican, Shcpaid, from n cruise
Stmr T A Ciuinnins from Koolnu
StmrO R Bishop lrom circuit of Oahti
Sehr Lihnllho for Waianne
Sehr ICaw.tilanl for ICuot.ni
Stmr Lvhua for Maul
Am bktuc! W H Dltuond, Diew, for
Stmr Akamai for Lhalnaund Moloktii
Sehr ' n ry E Foster for Kauai at 12 in
ili-lt bk 'Girvan, Angus, for Sun Fran
cisco VESSELS LEAVING FRIDAY.
Stmr O R Bishop for Waianao, Waialua
and ICoolau at 0 a in
Stmr Hawaii for llamakua
Stmr Fel for llamakua
Stmr Likctlku for llamakua
Stmr lwalani for Laliaina and llnmR-
kua nt 10 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr C R Bishop 00 bngs paddy, 250
bags rice mid 50 bags taro.
F0REICN VESSELS IN PDRT.
Tlk Girvan, Angus from Liverpool
Bk Wakefield. 1 1 owes, from New York
4-nistd sehr Robt Lewers, l'enhallow,
fioni Port Townsund
4-inasted sehr Olga, Rodin, from San
Bk Discovery, McNeil, from San Frati-
Am 3-tnasted sctiuoner Vesta, Fridberg,
from Puget Sound
BktnoS G Wilder, Giilllths, from San
For Maul, per stmr Claudino. Dec 30
.ilrs Weir, Mrs .1 G Howie, Miss 11 E
CuMimnn, C E Dove, Bro Thomas
and 40 "deck.
For Kauai per stmr Mlkahala, Deo 30
Miss MoBryde, A Mollryde, R WT
Purvis Miss Rolston, .Miss ICeuwell, Mrs
Reeves, A M SpioulJ, Mr Haines, .Mr
Spear, Rev H Isenboig, F Gay, Mrs. I
Gay and son, Mrs Molullnn and Mrs
For San Francisco, per blttno XV II DI
moud, Hee 31 Win Carroll, I .More and
The steamer O R Bishop hi ought 12
deck passengers this uioiniug.
The steamer Akamai, after going
through a scries of cleaning, painting,
etc., is now alougi-ido I he old Custom
house wharf receiving coal. She will
proceed for Laliaina and Molokal at 2 p
The uew Am hark Albert, Cnpt Wind
ing, arrived yesterday from San Rosalie,
making the luu of 20 days fiom port to
poit. She is a beauty, and is now lying
In the fit! earn. She came hi ball.ist.
The bktne W II Dlimmd, Capt Drew,
set sail for .-an Francisco this morning,
pae ing away 10.0SU b.igs sugar, 1805
bags rice and 100 b.mels tallow fioni the
following cuiif-ignors; W G Irwin & Co,
nail b gs ugar; II A Wld iiuinu, 2775
b.ig Migar; I'Sproiill. 30 bag sugar:
F F Porter, 100 baneU tallow; Mng
i hong & Co, I'll.'i bags lit.; M S Grin
bitum & Co, 800 b.iu rice.
In leviewing Iho foiclgn arrivals for
the year 1600, wo find Iho following tlg
iiies; Ameilean, 21)8; English, 24; Ha
waiian, 44 ; German, 8: French, '; Jup.
uuese, S; other natioiiiillties, 4.
Word has been received jn Ilono
lulu of a laigo sale of plantation
"stock, which lately took plueo in San
Francisco, l'he bale iclerrecl to was (
two shares out of fourteen of the '
Stock of tho Lihiie plantation, situat- i
ed on the island of Kauai, made -by
Hon. Charles R. Bishop to Hon.
Paul Isenberg. The sale look place
in San Francisco us mentioned. Tho j
amount for which the two shares ,
were bold, S'.'OO.OOO, Is commented
upon on the streets us being a large I
pi ice. At the same rule the planta
tion would -ring 81,400,000. The '
financial circuiusluia-es of the parlies
to tho sale ate an pvidencc of confi
dence in tlif country nt the opening
ot the New Ycai.iii bpite of iinfuvor
ulile .tariff hgioliitiou in the United
Slate mid the disinul oioakiug. of
dignppjiiiU'd politician at home.
LOCAL & GENERAL DEWS.
II AMY New Yonr lo nil,
No Ht'i.MiriN to-morrow.
ThkU. H. H. Mohicnii is iigiilti in
Mil h. B, ICeiiu gives notion Unit
Mr. A. Vopol is no longer in his em-
Tiokkt No. 10 drowlhn watch in tlui
Oiililornia Watch Club drawing ye-teuluy.
JlusHits. llollislor fe Co. urs distri
buting elegant ijlnss pnpor-wulght
Justice Wilcox fined throo persons
for drunkenness in tho Police Court
OFridiAl. filths ro living, and a
royal Miluto was tired nl noon, in
honor of Hor Mnjesty'n birthday.,
Titr.O. R. fc L Co. have n Now
Year's excursion announcement in
another column nt popular rates.
Tun Hawaiian News Company has
issued n handy moniorundum cnlon-dai-
for the year 1891, which will he
distributed with the compliment of
Tun Planters' Monthly for Deeeni
bor is out and, as usuit, is filled with
intoresling matter in its department.
The editor announces that wLh tho
December number clones tho ninth
voliiuiu of tho monthly.
Tiik uext monthly meeting of the
Boaul of Iteprcsentntives to the Hi J
uolulu Fire Dopartment has been
postponed from to-moirow evening
to Thnitday evening, January 8tli, at
the usual time and place.
C. W. Asiironi) has been retained
by John 12. Hush, editor of lCn Leo O
Kn Labui, in" the libel suit brought
nmiinst him by J. h. Kaulukou 'l'he
trial will probably not come up din
ing the present term of court.
A small hand-book of rules and
regulations for cantoniers has been
issued, which clearly and distinctly
defines the duties of that body. The
hand-book has been issued in a neat,
and convenient form, but the proof
reading thereon is not of n fust class
Last evening while Mr. Bolster,
operatoi at Mr. J. J. Williams' photo
graphic galleiy, wns out for a ride,
one of the wheels of the hack came
utl'nnd piecipitnted the occupants to
the ground. Mr. Bolster leeeived
seveial minor injuries and has been
confined to bis room to-day in conse
quence. Yoiino men will please bear in
mind that a plensant.company of In
dies will bo prepared to leceive n call
from them at the pallors of the Y. 11.
C. A. between the hours of 11 a. m.
and 4 p. m. on New Year's Day. This
is a new departure in our city al
though quite common in the States.
It nflbrds opportunity for a pleasant
break in a da-that somo find a little
dull, especially if away from home.
All gentlemen arc cordially invited to
MR. TARO ANDO.
It is only occasionally that we hear
of the temperance movement in
Japan, but, notwithstanding, we be
lieve the mission which advocates
moderation is progressing. We see
that tho Tokyo Temperance Society
has elected Mr. I'nio Ando as Presi
dent, and we feel called upon to re
mark that a gentleman better fitted
for the leadership could not have
been selected. Not long ago Mr.
Ando was diplomatic agent to the
Hawaiian Islands and while there
proved himself un advocate of the
most ennobling principles. Japan
ENTERTAINING THE KING.
The S. F. Call of the 14th instant
contains the following among Us
(Jonsulmnd Mrs. McKuiley invited
his Majesty King Kalakaua and suite
to a theater party one day last week.
After the opera the party enjoyed a
sumptuous supper. Among those
present were Admiral Brown, U. S.
N., of the Charleston, Colonel Geo.
W. Mncfarlanc, Colonel Baker, Mr.
Geotge Morse, Miss (Jumuiings, Miss
Blanche Cornwell. Miss Ida Mcliiu
ley and Lieutenant Blow, U. S. N.
Among the entertainments being
proffered King Kalukuua during his
visit may be mentioned the pleasant
reception tendered him by Miss Lake
last Wednesday at her school on Sut
ter blreet. Among those present
were: Colonel Baker, Admiral
Brown, Colonel Maefurlane, Mrs.
Homer S. King, Mrs. Frances Edger
ton, Miss Sid of Central America
Miss M. Dudley, Miss Garber and
SUPREME GOURT SITTINGS.
The following assignments for the
year 1 89 1 have been arranged by Their
Honors the Justices of the Supreme
Court us to the terms' of the Supreme
and Circuit Courts and the Justices
presiding thereat :
Supreme Court, Honolulu, Janu
ary, McCully, J.
Circuit Court, Kauai, February,
Judd, C. J.
Supreme Court, Honolulu, April,
Circuit Court, Ililo, Hawaii, May,
Circuit Court, Wailuku, Maui,
June, Judd, C. J.
Supicmc Court, Honolulu, July,
Circuit Court, Kauai, August,
Circuit Court, Kuu, Hawaii, Sep.
teiuher, Dole, J
Supremo Court, Honolulu, Outo.
her, Judd, C. .1.
Circuit Couil, Widincn, Hawaii,
November. Judd. C. J.
Circuit Court, Uliuinn, Mnui, 13eT
cumber, Bickci ton, J,
(Uonlinuvl frnm Alh .)
hemi ntilivc in promoting llicaplrltunl
welfare of tlioir rcsponllvo Hooks,
Rev. 11, IMnglirun completed n
labor of tunny jenrs, In the transla
tion of the Hihlc Into the Gil belt
Pleasure has had
The King gave tunny balls and re
ccptions, to which brilliancy was im
ported by tlio presence of warships
and of the Legislature. Many
splendid wedding and other recop
tions have been given. Mr. and
Mrs. B. F. Dillingham gave a com
bined house warming and reception
to Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Allnrdtof Snn
Francisco. Their Majesties inaugu
rated mtisicales at the Palace. His
Excellency J. L. Stevens, United
States Minister, with bis wife and
diuiglilcis shortly after arrival gave
a criiud diplomatic reception. Balls
were givon by the Fire Department
and Co. A of the Honolulu Rilles
(since disbanded by Act of the
Legislature). The Itoyttl School,
one of the oldest and best educa
tiuual institutions of the country,
celebrated its jubilee June2G. Min
ister Cummins gave a state dinner
and several other entertainments.
Of public entertainers there bus
been no scarcity as the following list
will show: F. M. Claik's Boston
Specialty Company, Mikado Amateur
Company, Bijou Comedy Company,
John Slater the fortune teller, Miss
Mollie Strumbaugh the vocalist,
Tivoli Gaiety Company, Edwards
Hopkins "Little Lord Fauntleroy,"
Charleston Minstrels, Hawaiian Ca
mera Club, Nyniphc Minstrels, Ho
nolulu Minstrels, Olive Berkley's
"Lord Fauntleroy," and Kaiueha
melia Glee Club. Prof. Brigham has
given a scries of lectures to young
men on "Physical Culture." Mr. F.
M. English, a visiting English gen
tleman, has given a series of musical
and literary entertainments, and has
organized an Oratorio Society of local
talent. The Arion Society, after
giving a delightful railway picnic,
dissolved, but u new one has been
started, which will pursue tho origin
al object of cultivating German and
Among the couples joining "for
better, for wor3o" during the year
were the following:
Mr. Robert B. Brcnham ami Miss
Annie K. Dowsett.
Mr. F. W. Meier and Miss Con
Mr. H. H. Renjos and Miss Co
ney. Jlr. W. O. Lackland and Miss
Dr. Dugald Campbell and Miss
Mr. Thos. W. Hobron and Miss
Anna M. Kinney.
Dr. John S. B. Pratt and Miss
Sarah Dickson (in New York).
Hon. R. D. Walbridge and Miss
Dr. Edson Lewis Hutchinson and
Miss Alice Lillian Afong.
Mr. D. Nichols and Miss Lillie
Dr. Richard Jones and Mii-s Caro
line Jane Oughton.
Mr. Geo. K. Norton and Miss
Mr. T. It. Mossman and Miss Re
xMr. W. C. King and Miss Neilio
Mr. Alfred Fowler and Miss Eva
Mr. Ward S. Bartlett and Miss
Corinne A. Conley.
Mr. Jas. Hay Wodehouse, Jr., and
Miss Pauahi Cleghorn.
Mr. Heinrich M. von Holt and
Miss Ida E. Knudsen, (at Cam
Mr. Andrew Guild and Miss Alice
Mr. A. G. Curtis and Misg May
Tho necrology of the year is not
only marked by the death of notable
persons in the sere and yellow leaf,
but will bo sadly remembered for
the number of young people under
their prime who came to untimely
death by accident. The list of elderly
perso'inges and old residents dying
is as follows: Judge Edward Pres
ton of the Supreme Court, Mrs. J,
11. Smith, John McColgnn, Geo. C.
Williams (at San Francisco), Antone
G. Cunha, M. Pico, llolges Moller,
Hon. C. IL Judd, Mrs, Rebecca
Hitchcock, W, R. Seal (accident),
Rev. Edward T. Donuo, D.miel R.
Vlda, Timothy Reed (90), Pierre C.
A. do la Nux (accident), Mm. Leti
tia M. F. Love, Mrs. Elizabeth
Humphroys (90), Parker N. Mukeo
(in Germany), Mrs. S. O, Damon
(accident h Uoitetl Statu"), D. W.
Glover, Mrs, John Euu, Sister Mar
tha of ICnpioliiui Home, Win, John
JJrodio, Mrs. S. L. Dunlin, Clin. N.
Arnold, John L. Young, Klilrutu
LMitubc of Si. Andrew's Priory, Men.
Richard Covington, Mrs. Thotiiiis W.
Evctott, and Hon. Win. Louthlau
Green. Other deaths wore ns fol
lows, inntiy being In the bloom of
youth: Mrs. Henry 11. Ronton, John
L. Blnisdell, ,1. N. Robinson, David
Mnnnku,.Mrs. A. A. Todd, Euiof
Ilnlstend (accident), II. W. Atild
(accident in California), Mrs. II. N.
Cnstlo (accident), Mrs. E. F. Cam
eron, Mrs. W. C. Lane, Mrs. C. II.
Willis (accident), Lieut. Sam. Mni
kai, A. C Ttirton (in San Francisco),
and Mrs. Capl. Dnbel. An nged
man who died here was John Miller,
who was a quartermaster on the
Kearsargo when she sunk the Ala
bniiin. DISTlNOUISHUll VtSITOItS.
Besides Admirals elsewhere men
tioned, Honolulu bus hud visits from
the following notables: Mr. John
Dillon and Sir Thouins Esniondc,
Irish delegates ; Henry George, econo
mist; Count Soyecheni, Hungnry,
and Count Wachtmeister, Sweden ;
Mons. Houle, Hawaiian Charge
d' Affaires in Pari" ; Mr. Carl Kahler,
artist; Mr. II. (J. Palmer, naturalist
(now hero), and Chief Justice Ccdcr
eranlz of Samoa.
A large party of Raymond & Whit
coinb excuisionists from the United
States also paid us a visit.
SPOUTS AND OAMUs.
Hawaiian Baseball League
gave a good season of that game, in
which the Kaiuehaineha School Club
came out champions. The League
has acquired fine grounds ot its own,
which were opened on the occasion
of a recent visit of a California nine.
A magnificent perpetual challenge
cup has been received by the League
as a gift from Mr. A. G. Spaulding
of Chicago. There have been or
ganized the Ilanautna Fishing and
Yachting Club, the Ilealani Boat
Club, and the Honolulu Athletic As
sociation. Visits have been had
from W. S. Maltby tho cyclist, also
Peter Jackson, Clioynski and Ike
C1SIMU AND OASUALTV.
There has been no diminution in
atrocious crimes, which have been
rather frequent in late years. In
Kona a Portuguese made a murder
ous assault on acouutrynian, doing
him almost to death. Four white
men were convicted of manslaughter,
after a trial of seven days at Ililo,
for killing a Japanese at llamakua.
Chas. Hiram, tho King's coachman,
was murdered by a South Sea Isl
ander. Lui Seymour made a sensa
tion in the Supreme Court 'July 15
by pulling a pistol before 'judge
Dole". Augustus Turley, a steamer
engineer, mysteriously disappeared
on Hawaii. 1. Priohartl wa3 found
dead in his house at liana, and his
native father-in-law was convicted of
manslaughter for the crime, and sen
tenced to nine years' imprisonment.
For the killing of a Chinaman in
Kona, whose body was rescued from
a burning house, a fellow-countryman
was tried and acquitted. A
Japanese killed his wife in Kau and
the jury disagreed on his trial. The
murder ot a Chinaman on Kauai re
mains a blank mystery. A China
man awaits trial for the murder of
two persons on Maui, when the same
day he attempted .to kill others. T.
W. Siineouu, a policeman, was killed
in Kona by a leper he was trying to
The crew of the whaling bark
Jacob A. Howland, wrecked on John
son Island, were rescued and brought
to Honolulu. Cloud-bursts have
caused Hoods on the islands of Kauai
and Hawaii, attended by some loss
of life and much damage to properly.
A storm at Honolulu in February
kept the Australian steamer outside
twenty-four hours and caused the
total loss of the small steamer Ewu
on the reef. There was a series of
files in Honolulu in June, a life being
lost in each of two eases. The
prevalence of robberies at these
fires led lo tho organization of a i
volunteer fire police. Insubordina
tion broke out at the Loner Settle-
incut, Molokal, which was tactfully ;
suppressed. Six lives were lost out
of one Portuguese household at Ha- !
malum by the upsetting ot a boat.
(For want of space the review of
affairs abroad must stand over till
next issue. Tho entire review will
appear in the nextWr.r.iu.vBui.LKTiN )
Western cyclones aru indeed curi
ous tilings. The editor ol the Tom
villo Call vouches for the fuct that
a cyclone blew into his olllce last
week, threw the set typo all nu to the
composing stone, looked up the
forms, whirled thorn on to the
elevator, Jerked llieiii clear through
the press, and printed seven hundred
copies bufore the typos could gel
control of tho inucliliio and the
only mistake in tliu whole thing was
tliu inUpluuliig of u patent medicine
"ltd" Hint ought to huvu gone Mop
tifjl. next tvuiJlJif! unitler." "Bring
on your oycloi.es," bny ilm Cull,-
XMAS AND HEW YEAR.
The latest and newest novelties
stilliiblo for Xintis ami New Year's
presents, such as Oxidized Slher
Plaster Cases, Oxidized Sllxur La
dles' Companions, Oxidized Silver
Card Books, Oxidized Silver Jewel
Cases, Oxidized Silver Viiiaigiolles
with Pin and Chain, Oxidized Sll
ver Match Safes, Oxidized Silver
Cigiuetto Cases, Oxldl.cd Silver
Shoe Hooks, Solid Silver Stamp
Boxes. Also, Celluloid Goods in
great variety. We have received
nn Immense stock of Ladies' All
Linen Ilcinstiched Handkerchiefs
(colored borders), which we have
decided to sell lor only 82 per
dozen ; they bent anything in the
Handkerchief line; will be glad to
show them to you ; big bargain for
the holiday. We tire prepared to
show you the finest and best select
ed stock of Ladies', '""Misses', and
Children's Trimmed and Untrlmmed
Hats, all the latest styles; all new
goods. Also, remember our Grand
Silver Gift Sale." Silver Presents
to everybody who purchases 82. o0
worth of goods. Come and pay us
a visit before purchasing elsewhere.
CIIAS. J. F1SIIEL,
The Leading Millinery House,
Corner Fort and Hotel streets.
Tho Enterprise Hack Oo.
AS been rc-organ-A.
1 l.cd and has re
moved to Carriage Stand
No. 13, opposite tho Police Stntlou.
Telephone orders will receive prompt
attention and the public guaranteed
:itlfiiettoii. Wagonettes furnished at n
few minutes' notice.
US Bell Tel. 113; Mutual Tel 030.
743 lm Manager.
VLL accounts due to me three
months must be paid within 30
days or they will be handed to a col
lector. FRANK GERTZ.
Honolulu, Dee. 20, 1800. 745 lw
I70R every 1H0 Hawaiian or other
. Pncillc Islands' Stamps leeeived, I
will post four hnglish Illustrated papers
per week for a mouth, or will send one
of the latest English, Ficuch, German
or Spanish novel. Stamps of other
countiics sent in exchange for those of
Hawaii. All manner of ni tides sent in
exchange for used postage stamps and
postcards under special arrangements.
Importer, Wlthington, Nr. Manches
ter, England. 73.1 lm
NOTICE 1 hereby given that Ah
Yniiug of Honolulu, has this day
purchased from Ng Ah On all bis iu-teiesllutliegenei-.il
situated on Liliha street, Honolulu,
Island of Oahu; the .a!d Ah Young
will not bo responsible for any bills
against Ng All On from this date"
Honolulu, Dec. 10. I MH). 7 1(1 3t
1VTOTIOK is lierebv given Hint Lcong
IM Nlng of the Ann of Tai Wo Cli.in
Co., Xo. !IS Ntiiiaiiu Avenue, has sold
nil his iiiteiest In the aforesaid firm on
the lcth day of December. All out
standing debts of the aforesaid tlrm will
be settled by T. Q, Y. Alai, Jr., com
mencing from December 10th.
737 2w TA I WO Oil AN CO.
IS bcieby given that G. Ako, of Mati
pala, Knhala, Hawaii, has sold nil
his Interest in the firm of Tong Wo Co. ;
also, the aforesaid lands, store and
mcieliandlse to L. Alii, of Kohal.i,
Hawaii, the lutli day of November,
1810. All outstanding debts will be
settled by L. Aid.
742 Ot G. AKO.
HAVING been appointed Assignee ,
in the estate of .1. Ilnole, of Wai
luku, Maui, all per-.oui having Claims
against this estate nro lequested to pre
sent same immediately, ami nil persons
ludebted'to the estate are requested to
iiiiiKe their payments forthwith.
R. L. AUKRBAOH,
Assignee, nt tliu olllce of L. B, Kerr,
Honolulu. 7l."i 30t
NOTICE to ARCHITECTS!
p ROUND mid Elevation Plana for a '
JT Hnllois1 Home Building to be
elected on the silo S. E. corner of Ala- i
ken and Halekuulln streets, 132 ft. on !
Alalcea stieet, iiud 00 ft. frontage re- j
pectlvely, are asked for, to bo handed
In to the undersigned on or before Feb
ruary 1, IBM. j
A pii.e of 8200 will be awarded for
the best plan and a pn.j of $50 for the
second best plan submitted.
Eif For paiticulnrs apply to
S. M. DAMON,
720 td OoninilMeo.
For Hongkong Direct,
Till' .VI NleuillNllIji
Will Icnvo Honolulu for the nTiove
port on or about
December 31, 1890.
gjtf For pmliciilais mgniding
fieigbl and pin-sage, apply to
Wm.Q IRWIN & Co., L'd,
741 Id Agent.
WOMAN or (5rl to do hotieimorl,
lY In mull family (no wishing),
tMlW. j:v UQWICN",
WiilblKI, nam- llililgu.
i .ifjijj,, j4jfv umjmj,," f,f ,,
mittMM.ia'v . tm
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
WINES & L1QUOEB !
SUITABLE FOR NEW YEAR'S
WINE & SPIRIT
Merchant Strop lf : :
N. B. My slors will be open on
G. LODWIG MEYER,
House and Decorative Painter.
Paper Hanging a Specialty.
ISO Fort c, - - 1 : onol-ulvu
dec-2-fj (Opposite Club Stables). L1890
OOltiNEK. HOTEL A
1 " TCUBB K
CHRISTMAS EVE !
TOYN and I3OIUSi,
Hand-painted Sachets and Tidies,
Plush dressing: Case & Shaving Sets,
Etc., Etc., Etc. Etc
S. EUR LICU & CO.,
Card Cases, Jewel Cases, Purses,
Xmas Cards, in grout variety ;
Celluloid Cards, Iland-painted Plaques,
Photo View Albums, Etc., Etc.
Mele Hawaii, Elegantly Bound in Plush;
Thos. W. Knox Celebrated Books of Travel,
New & Novel DIME BANKS,
Fairclii Id's Gold, Silver & Pearl Penholders,
PENCILS, TOOTHPICKS, ETC., ETC.
! 'CHILDREN'S books, BOOKLETS, GAMFS,
I ALPHABET BLOCKS,
i Diaries for 1891 !
j NAUTICAL ALMANACS FOR 1S91,
I LADIES' ( IIATELAIN & HAND BAGS,
Music Stands, Music Rolls, Etc., Etc.
HAWAIIAN NEWS OO.,
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