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Vol. HI. No. 325.
THE "DAM BDIAHTW"
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J ALFRED MAGOON.
. Attorney ut Law and Notary
Public. No. 42 Aterchaut stieet, Hono
HW. SUHMIDT.& SONS,
. Impoiteis & Commission Mer
chants. Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91
HHackfeld Ss Co ,
General Commission Agents.
Corner Fort and Queen stiocts, Hono
lulu, 11. I. j.jjj
CA W Maofarlane & Co.,
Am Importers and Commission
Mci chants. Queen street, Honolulu,
H. I. i.oi
GONSALVES & CO.,
Wholesale Grocers and Wine
Meichants. Beaver .Block, Honolulu,
H. I. i-oi
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Impoiter and Dealer in General
Merchandise. Queeu street, Honolulu,
II. I. 1-01
WILDER & CO.,
Dealers In Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nulls, alt and Building Materials
of every kind. CornorFoit and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1.91
Importers and Dealers lu Lum
ber and all kluds of Building Materials.
i oit street, Honolulu. 1.91
HONOLULU IRON WORKS,
Honolulu, t 1 H. I,
.Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; lion, Brass and Lead Castings;
Machinery of every description made to
oidcr. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blueksinithtiig.1" Job Work ex
ecuted at shoi t notice. 1.91
Atlas Asserance Comal!
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
C B. RIPLEY,
O ick : Room 5, Spi eokels' Block.
Mutual Tclophohe 208.
New Designs ! Modern Buildings !
Complete plans and spccillcations for
eviiiy Uesciipilon of building. Contiacts
drawn and eiueful miperluteudeuco of
constiuctiou given when lcquhcd. Call
and examlue nlans. apr 29 ly
if 1 G. Irwin & Company,
OFFER FOR SALE
3Ljiae Ac Cemcut,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt SJearii Pipe Coyorlug, all sizes.
hook 4 ohlandt'b
High Grade Chemical Cane Hannre.
GRASS SEEDS :
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Cornet
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tius.
SALMON IN BAKKJSL8.
Australian Mail Service!
run SAN FltANCISG'O,
The New and Fine Al Stool Steamship
Of the Oceaulo Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
Feb. 11,1 892,
And will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers on or
about that date.
BaSf For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IBWIN & CO.. I'd,
For Sydney and Auckland !
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Occnnlc Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from. San
Francisco on or about
Feb. I I, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
malls and passengcrsfor
tlio above ports.
C3T For freight or passage, havlug
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm G. IRWIN & CO.. L'd,
CLARKE, Ccmmanujr, -
Will leave Honolulu at 2 o'clock p.m.,
touching at Labaina, Maalaea Bay
and Makona the samo day; Mahu
kona, Kawaihao and Laupahoehoe the
following day, arriving at Hilo at
Friday. jan 22
Returning leaves Hilo touching at
Laupahoehoe samo day; Kawaihae,
A. m. ; Mahukona, 12 noon ; Makeua,
G p. m. ; Maalaea Bay, 8 p. f . ; Lalia
ina, 10 p. m. the following day; arriv
ing at Honolulu G a. m. Wednesdays
ARUIVES AT HONOLULU. "
Fril!liy Jan 29
fi5 No Freight will be received
after 12 noon of day of sailing..
DAVIES, Commandor, " '
Will leave Honolulu every Tuesday
at 5 o'clock p. m., touching at Kahu
lui, Huolo, Hana, Hamoa and Kipa
liulu. Returning will arrive ut Hono
lulu every Sunday morning.
gW No Freight will bo roceived
after 4 1. m. on day of sailing.
Consignees must be at the landings
to receive their freight, as wo will not
hold ourselves responsible after such
freight has been landed. While the
Company will uso duo diligenco in
handling live stock, wo decline to as
sume any responsibility in o'aso of the
loss of samo, and will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry unless placed in
the care of Pursers.
W. O. WILDER, President.
S. B. ROSE, Secretary.
CAPT. J. A. KING, Port SHpt.
Pacific laii Muslim Go.
Occidental & Oriental S. S. Co.
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
StpamprH of tho above Compaules will
call at Honolulu on thole way to tho
above ports on or about tho followlnir
dntcs j "
Slmr. "Gaelic" Feb. II. 1892
Slmr. "Rio de Janeiro" April 12, 1802
Slmr. "Oceanic" June 8, I8S2
For San Francisco.
Steamers of the above Compaules will
call at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong and Yokohama to tho above
poit on or about tho following dates:
8lmr "Oceanic" March 5, 1002
Slmr. "City ol Peking" May 6, 1892
Stmr. "Gaelic" Aug. 17, 1802
tSf Round Trip Tickets to Yokohama
and return, .$350.
S&" For freight and passago, apply to
H, HAC'KPELp a cp.(
go? tf '" ' - AftnU.
PAPER HANGING I
GIVE J. L Mkykk tho Painter a call
and have your Paperllaiiglng douo
promptly and neatly. j5o Fort street.
P. O. Box 887. Mutual Telephone
Wi ico M
Mar's liiidiu Co.'s
HONOLULU, II. I.,
ALL KINDS OF
JEWELRY IADB to ORPR
Large and Flno Stock in Hand.
Son veil I r Mpoons,
ANYTHING YOU ORDER.
King Street, between Niuiaim
PROF. DR. mefl G. JAEGER S
San itary U nd erclotlii ng
I herewith appoint Mu. M. GOLD
BERG, Agent for the snlo of my
Genuine Sanitary Underclothing in
the Hawaiian Islands. Bownre of
PROF. DR. G. JAEGER.
Stuttgart, tho 19th of September, 90.
A POLL ASSORTMHTJUST ARRIYED.
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Course of Lectures
JANUARY 20, 1892,
At Mr. C. R. BISHOP'S nt 10 o'clock
3. Goo. fsinncl.
1. Goo. Jillot'H AVoi-Ich.
All Ladies aro invilod to Attend.
Subscription $3; Single Admissloa $1.
Wks. W. F. ALLEN,
WM. MILLER", CABINET MAKER
Having removed his hnsiness to tho
AltfilAKiTON IILOCU, 1IOTKI, HT..
notilles his patrous and tho pub.
lic'enerally that ho has
in stock anil for sale
UDslcal JDSirumeuts, Carlos, Canes,
Etc , made from native woods. Cabinet
MaUiiig and Inlaid Work of Kvory De
sciiptlon executed In llret-class style,
Try my Pornituie Pollih, the Bert In tbe World. '
Partleulai attention paid to Hepairing
and satisfaction guaranteed. 82i-im
TO LET !
About to be built at the corner of Bern
tanla aud Kceaumokii streets, each con
taining Parlor, DIuliig-room, Hallway,
4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, antiy aud Bath
loom, ' ' l
"ItlTho paiu nan be seen ut my
ollluo, and any alterations desired by a
tenant will be madu.
29 tf O. J. MoOAItTHY.
MISS N. von GERICBTEN,
Pianist: Ac tSoloiHt
Tenches tho Higher and Lower Rudi
ments of Music. For further Informa
tion Imiulio at Fort-sticet House, or
Hawaiian News Co.'s Store. Telephone
M' 310 lm
Young Cocoanut Trees
6S Apply at tho
a20J"3 "S Btrett-
Lo5t, StpypU (jr HJolmi.
answers to name of
"Tiidle." Anyone icuiln
lug wild animal In his pos-
this notice, will bo piosecutc4, A suit
able reward will bo paid for its return to
.,oi ' O, J. HOLT,
822 lw iwllel.
if 0 1 ' T 1
D1LLINGUAM ON DECK !
Denonnces AsMord as the Des
troyer of Hawaii's Op
portunity. Largo Hooting ot Poriugaesc Mr.
Thnraon Takes a Han'J Rust
- Hug Mi Hacker.
The hall of the Portuguese Mutual
Benevolent Society of Hawaii was
crowded beyond standing loom yes
terday evening, before tho opening
hour 6f tho political meeting called
by Mr. B. F. Dillingham, candidate
of the Sons of Hawaii for Represen
tative in the Third District. The
audience was nlmdst exclusively
Portuguese. Among the few excep
tions wore noticed Hons. John A.
Cummins, Paul Neumann, E. C.
Mucfarlanc aud A. Rosa, Messrs. A.
P. Peterson, J. M. Osorio, E. B.
Thomas, R. Lisbman, J. P. Coiburn,
J. L. Kaulukou, Geo4. Dllliugbam, T.
Lindsay, J. A. Gonsalvcs, J. M.
Carnai a, V. P. Prear, J.P. Morgan,
Allan Hutchinson, John F. Bowler, H.
C. Reid, H. Congdon, John Angus,
C. W. Macfarlane, A. A'. Moutano,
II. von Holt, O. Stillman, M., A.
Gon9alves, C. J. MoCartby, J. A.
Palmer, W. II. Aldricb, Jos. Tinker,
W. Li9hraan and others. Mr. J. M.
Vivas ofllclated as interpreter.
Mr. L. A. Thurston was the first.
speaker. He bad been invited, be
said, to speak on the eleotion issues
to the Portuguese. A few evenings
ago he had been in that hall on an
occasion of nlonsuie. but this moot
ing was for serious business. Ho
was glad to hear that this1 society,
that had built this lial with its own
money, now numbered 900 members
and had distributed $9000 for bene
volent objects last year. Remember
that although it was fitting to have
separate meetings for people of dif
ferent tongues, they were all Hawai
ians and should feel tbut ibey were
jbihing in this TnoeUsg ajjjiwalians,
whose inteiests were bouml ifpwitb
this couutry where they intended to
live. They could not divide the mat
ter up ana say thi3 legislation is
favorable to Portuguese and against
Hawaiiaus, or vice vetsu, but should
look at legislation as it affects all
classes white and brown. Ho in
tended to speak to them as one in
tending to live here all bis days.
They now bad a vote, which they
hadn't before 1887. He was one of
those unfortunate persons who draft
ed the present Constitution, and he
believed it was a good thing to give
them a vote, ft would be dangerous
to. have large classes of people here
without interest in tbe general affairs
of tho nation. Of what use was a
vote to them? For the two years
ending Feb. 3 the aff.urs of legisla
tion aud administration had been
conducted by men in that Govern
ment building and they did not have
any hand in it. On Feb. 3d they
would be .the supreme power, aud
then for two yeais afterward they
would have no more to say. Then
it was important before tboy cast
their votes that they should think
what they werfe doing. There was
nothing a demagogue fearuJ more
than people who would - think.
When they came to think "what was
it that would impress itself on their
minds? Tbeie were two things.
Orio party was before them saying
that politics was the most important
imng wuetuer there should bo a re
public established here or not. An
other party believed that there were
other things of more importance at
tbe present time and that the country
would be'lK-tler Without continued
agitaliou. Oiie of Hie former party
was named Bipikane, meaning bul
lock In English ho didn't know what
it was iu Portuguese. Another was
on old schoolmate of his, R. V. Wil
cox, wlioso picture had lately ap
peared in a foreign paper ns 'the
republican leader." A third of these
whb C. W. Ashford, an industrious
man, but more industrious with his
mouth than with his bands. It was
not politics, however, which should
most concern us at this time, but
broad and butter was of moic im
portance than u new constitution or
a republic, A uow constitution wasn't
going to fill mi empty stomach nor a
vote, for Noble put a coat on u man's
back. What was the present posi
tion? By a change iu United States
tariff legislation the price of sugar
bad come down fiom fcUO to 850 a
ton. It was no use to ask what might
have been done two years ugo, but
the question was what were we goiug
to' d,o now how to gJ, fooil and
cothcs or their families. It would
take the best heads they could put
Into tho Government House next
summer to find out where we are to
get a reyeuuq in place of what has
been lost iu s'ugar. He expected to
go there from Maui, but he didn't
want to see the House spending Us
time for months wrangling over a
uew constitution. It was u question
JAfflLA KY 21. 1802.
of bread or politics; which did they
prefer? (Cries Bread.) If they
wanted politus they "should volo for
Bipikane with "the lire in his bosom"
(laughter), I. W. Wilcox mid O. W.
Ashford. If Mr. Ashford talked to
them listen to him but think for them
selves ; if Dillingham talked to them
listen but do their own thinking.
1'liere would be three iinmcs on their
ballots. If they wanted politics put
their cross opposite the name of C.
V. Ashford if they wanted bread
put their cross opposite B. F. Dill
Inghnm's name. He didn't like to
slight Mr. Kekipi, but the fight was
between C. W. Ashford and B. P.
Dillingham. Since he knew anything
he could not recall a single man who
had shown more crcntivn pnrmv iim..
B. P. Dillingham. (Applause.) They
should think about what these two
men hail done. Run their eyes over the
whole group.and ask themselves what
had Ashford done. Had he brought
a single man into the country, or tak
en part iu anything good that wouldn't
have beea done if he bad never been
here. Thure had not been a political
rumpus of any kind in this country
in which he hadn't been on one
side or the other. Then turn their
eyes to see what B. P. Dillingham
had done. Look where that swamp
used to be on the water front, at the
great desert where nothing grew be
yond, at the two plantations that had
aiisen on account of Mr. Dillingham's
railroad, beginning at that swamp
mm upeuuig up mat itesert to culti
vation. If it was a new constitution
tliey wanted peihaps they should vote
f or Ashf ord.as he had some expei icnce
in drafting constitutions. But when
he looked at what B. F. Dillingham
had accomplished, and thought of
that great Pearl Harbor idea that he
had carried out, this was tho man
that lie wanted to tie up to in a finan
cial pinch. He wouldn't want to con
sult Bob Wilcox, a vorv (roml .......
in his own place, on a matter of that
kind, nor Bipikano, nor Ashford.
One thing ho himself regrettud was
that he wasn't in Ward 3 and could
vote on February 3rd for B. P. Dill
Mr. Dillingham Gentlemen: I
would apologize for what Mr. Thurs
ton had said about me if I had not seen
that modesty in politics is t a dis
count in tbis country. I have been
invited by a number of the represen
tative men of vour nationality to nrl-
dress the Portuguese voters of the
Thrd Wurdand I am proud Jo bo
hdwbi'Bd witlrthe presence of so'many
as I see before mi this evening. First
let me say to you that I am not here
as a candidate for Itepreseulative
from my own choice or seeking. I
had been asked to run and refused
several times, when, finally, I was
made to feel it my duty to this coun
try that I allow my name to be used
by the Native Sons of Hawaii as their
nominee for this district. There are
quite u large number of your country
who know me, aud who woikcd with
me in building the first nineteen miles
of railway on tf'is island, so it is
quite useless for anyone to tell you
that I am not a friend of Hie working
man ; you know that I am myself a
working man. When we wore build
ing the line at the rate of half a mile
a day, and were sometimes short
handed, I stepped into lite missing
man's iplacc and handled rails and
ties with you, and thus it is that a
bond of sympathy and goodwill ex
ists between us, though not under
stood by those who have never laid
the ties that bind us together. No
seeker after your votes can make you
believe that I am a narrow-minded
bigot who would hire no man unless
he was a PiotesUnt, though he should
tell you so a hundred times a day,
simply because you know better,
though you are too polite to tell the
man who says so, that he lies. In
1870 we secured with the United
States a treaty of reciprocity or un
agreement to exchange certain arti
cles of commerce, so that they en
tered the market of each countrv fioo
from the usual charge or tax, called
duty, hi 1S7G we sold to America
and other countries about 81 ,000,000 ;
last year we sold about 810,000,000.
During tho fifteen years we sold 8'J'J,
000,000, more than we piobablv
would have done if wo had not made
the treaty. If this treaty had not
been made, (uud there weie those at
that time who were opposed to the
treaty, as they arc now), you who
have come to this country and have
done well, would not be here now.
The whole cpuiiy was lifted high
iilion the very cret,t of the wave of
prosperity; money (lowed iuto the
country to be invested in sugar and
rice culture; all values udvunced,
tuxes increased and custom house re
ceipts grew iu volume rapidly, Largo
amounts of money were voted by the
Legislature to be used for the en
coujngement of immigration, and
thus many of you were assisted to
come to these shores. All went well
until two years ago. We wtio noti
fied that an effort would be made iu
the L.igislativo councils of Ameiica
to make sugar free iu that country ;
not only from this couutry, which
then had tho monopoly of a free mar
ket theio, but her market was to be
come free to all BUgar cuuntiios, for
a time, aud to bo continued t,o under
certain conditions. Wo hud a good
representative at Washiiiglon ju the
person of Uho late II. A. P. Carter,
Concluded on th funjc.)
Your name must bo registered on
the List of Voters for Representa
tives. Tho name only being on the List
of Voters for Nobles will not entitle
tho person to vote for Representative.
Examine the Voting Lists and im
mediately cause your name to be
entered on the Representative Vot
ing List by the Inspectors.
Voters for Nobles now on the Noble
List must also have their names
registered on the Representative
Voting List and Register. Many
names of Votcis for Nobles on the
List published and on the Register
are not now on tho Representative
Voting List or Register.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
January 13, 1892. 310 lot
Her Majesty tbe' Queen will bold a
itccoplion at Iolani Palace, on Fiid.iy
tho2!)tb of Jnuunry&4 ' '
Tho Queen will receive the Hoo
kupus of tho pcoplo fioni 7 o'clock to
8 o'clock a. ai.
At 7 a. m. Tho "Liliuokalani" Rid
At 7 :lfl a. m. Tbe "Kalaniiiiiaolo"
At 7:30 a.m. The "Sons of Ha
waii" Riding Society.
Tho Order of thu Official Presenta
tion at Court for that day will bo ns
At 11 a. m. Tho Chancellor of tho
Kingdom, Her Mnji'Hly'd Ministers,
thu l'rcbidont of tho Legislative- As
senibly and tho Justices of the Su
At 11 :10 a. m. Tho Nobles and Rc
prcfaeutalives of the Legislative At,
Hcmbly and tho Mcnihors of tho Privy
Council of State.
At 11:20 a.m. Gooinnicnt Olfi
cialu. At 11:10 A. m. Captain A. Kant
and tho Oillcors of tbe U. .S. S. 1'ensa
cola. At 11: JO a.m. Tho CoiiMilar Corps.
At 11 :.ri5 a.m. The Diplomatic Rc
picsoiitatives aceieditcd to tho Court
Tho ladies will bo presented to the
Queen immediately after each ollicial
Full drobb to ho worn at tho ollicial
prchontutinii. Ladies also in full dross.'
At 1:30 i m. Tho following Ha
waiian Societies will lie received : I lui
Hoonaauao Liliuokalani, Hoolu and
Hooulu Labui (Makua), Hut llooulu
Laliul o Kiiumakiipili, Almhui Opio
pio Imipono Kitribiiuui, I lui Mnnaw.i
lea o un la hope, lklu Nana, Lei
Maino, Hui Holo Lio Liliuokuluni,
Jlui Holo Lio Kaliiiiiaiiiiolo, Iltii Holo
Lio Nu Oiwi o Hawaii, Hui Hooulu
Liuin and Hui Mukoko.
From 2 o'clock to 3 o'clock i. m.
Tho Quion will hold a General recep
tion, on which occasion all ladies and
gentlemen duniriug to pay their re
spects will bo prcbonted.
Travelers visiting tliis country who
are dcbiious of being picscnlcd at the
General Reception will gixu in their
names, through tho rop-rcsontntivo of
tliuir own countiy or through boino
readout of this countiy who perbon
ally knows tluuu and who has him
bell been presented to tho Sooroign,
to tho Chuinborlain'H Oilico two days
Ladles and geiitloinoii aro not ex
pected to remain in tho Tliiono Room
alter they have pnsbcd tho Queen.
Morning dress to bo worn at tho
JAMES y. ROHKHTSON,
Ohmnboiluin of tho Royal lloiibohold.
John I Palace, January 11, lbl)2.
In accordance with See. 1 Of Chap
ter XXVII. of the Laws of 1SS0.
All pckoiim holding water privileged
or those paying water rates, aro here-"
by notified that the water rates for
the teim ending Juuo 30, 1802, will
bo duo and payable al the office of tho
Honolulu Water Works on the fiwt
lay of January, 1802.
All such rates remaining unpaid for
fifteen dayi after tliey are due will bo
subject to an additional 10 percent.
Rates are payable at the ollice of
thu Water Works in tho Kupuaiwu.
building, JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. IIoTio. Water Works.
Honolulu, Dec. 28, 1S91. '
Honolulu, II. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or thoFOv
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the Iiouin for using water for
irrigation purposes are from 0 to 8
o'clock a. m., and -1 to 0 o'clock v. m.
until fuither notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu W ater Works.
O. N. Sr-KNCKU,
Minister of tlio Interior.
All Hawaiian subjects are invited
to attend a Loan, to bo given at
Iolani Palace on FRIDAY, tho 29th
of January, from 3 to 5:30 o'clock
JAMES "W. ROBERTSON,
Cbainbeilain of the Royal Household.
Iolani Palace, January LI, 1S92.
Hie uiidci signed having been appointee,.
solo nguuts for thu Hawaiian
For the Celebrated
From the works of
Burnam, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Arc now prepared to Ivc estimates and
receive orders for these engines, of
size aud style.
Ibe Baldwin Locomotive Works
sue now manufacturing a style of Loco
motive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
received at these Islands, and we will
have pleasuio iu furnishing plantation
agents ami managers with particulars
The superiority of theso Locomotives
overall other makes Is not only known
hero but is acknowledged throughout
the United States.
Wm. G. IllWIN & Co., IM,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian Islauds.
KNOW all men by this notice that,
from and after this date, I lmvo
this day discharged .Mr. II. U. Ulukwi
f i om acting as an agent for me lu auy
Rinse whnu'ver, iu the clunge, and .id
mlmstiatlon of all my piopeuy, and lu
tho collection of all duca and ictits upon
liny and all my e,tatu lu this Kingdom.
Any one who holds or is iu poselou
of any property or who has any biii,hic,ri
or payments to Hi.ike, will tiaimtiet thu
same with mo personally at my place at
Huuimkahii, at Honolulu, O.iliu.
. . Per J. Nawahl.
Honolulu. Nov. 3. lb'Jl. .vj :im
rpiIK Very Desirable Real-
-L deneo located on Kluaii
stieet near tho. ivunornf !...,
Mioohi hiieut. picMMilly occupied by 1
K August Killers, llou-ii contains par
ol, iliiiing-iooin, Kitchen, tlueo chaui
heie, baihioum, pantiy. veranda rooms
and ample closet space. Possession given
December Ut. Inmihent
HAWAIIAN HARDWARi: CO.,
n' lf Koit stieet, opp.bpi eekels.
FOR SALE or LEASE
Street niiscntlv noonnloil
he Mr .1 A I.'.... .....I.. ......
tallllllir (louhhi nurlmsi. four liiiilr.wmiB
dlnlng-iooni, bathroom, largo dining
room, kitchen and pautiy; pervitin's
room, stabling, etc., on tear of main
building. Grounds, 300x105 feet, well
luld out. Vacant on Uih August Lot
adjoining HOMOS feet may bupuichascd
on lcanoiiahlu terms,
lOBU Wti Theo. II. Dalles & Co.
''pilE undursigned baling been ap
X. poiuted Assignee of tho Hankrupt
hstutoofT. Aon, Walluku, all peisoiis
baling any claims against said bankrupt
aio lemiettul to picseut them within
six mouths, uud all pcrsous owing to the
wild bnulrupt estate aro requested to
make payment to the undoislgued oi his
authoilzetl agent, at the olllco of Hyuiau
llioiliers. o. KAIHKK.
. Honolulu, Jan. 10, 18U2. 3231
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