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Foreign Olllee .Notice
Honolulu, Fob. 10, 1802. J
This day hurt audience of the Queen
Major James liny Wodehouso, II
B. M.'s Commissioner mid Consul
Ocncial. Lieuteuant-Conimandei E. Hunter
Ulair, It. N., commanding H. B. M.'s
S. " Pheasant."
Lieutenant Francis "W. Melville, It.
Surgeon George Q. Borrett, It. N.
Assistant-Paymaster Wingfield W.
Alton, It. N.
To which audience Major Wode
houso w.i8 introduced by His Excel
lency Hon. Samuel Parker, Her Maj
esty's Minister of Eoieign Allaire, and
by Major Wodehouso, Lieutenant
Connnander Hunier-Blair tlien pre
senting his ollicers.
Her Majesty was attended on this
occasion by His Excellency Hon. Sam
uel Parker, Minuter of Foreign Af
fairs; Major James V. Kobertson,
Her Majesty's Gliambcilain ; Col. J no.
U. Holt, A. 1). 0.; Col. John ltichard
hon, A. D. C, and the following Ladies-in-Waiting:
Mis C. B. Wilson and
Mrs. Ch.is. Claik.
SEALED TEND E KS
Will be received at the Oilico of the
Minister of the Interior until FRI
DAY, the 12th day of Ft binary, at 12
o'clock noon, for the Printing and
Rinding the License Forms of the
Department for the coming biennial
Schedule of forms and specimen
can bo been upon application to the
Inteiior Olico. The deliveiy of said
Licun.se Forms must be made on oi
before March 10th prox.
All tenders must bo endorsed "Ten
ders for Printing License Forms."
The Minister of the Inteiior does
not bind himself to accept the lowest
or any bid.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Fob. 8, 1892.
It has pleased Her Majesty the
' Queen to appoint
HON. JOHN T. BAKER
to bo Her Governor for the Island of
It has pleased Her Majesty the
Queen to appoint
HON. W. H. RICE
to be Her Governor for the Islands of
Kauai and Niihau.
loluni Palace, Feb. 8, 1892.
339 3t-7 It
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water l.ites, are hereby noti
fied that the boms for using water for
inigation purposes are from 0 to 8
o'clock a. M., and ! to (5 o'clock i. w.
until fuither notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Hnpt. Honolulu N ater Works.
C. N. Spi:noki!,
Mini&ler of tho Inteiior.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut established for the benefit ot all.
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 10, 1892.
All the space possible is given in
this issue to accounts of the wicck of
sJ- the Tamerlane the most disastrous
shipwiock that has ever happened in
or near tlieso islands. A large extra
edition is printed, so that people can
procure copies for the outgoing tor-
fv I'iirn mnil.
Application at the Election Regis
trar's ollleo failed to got the full re
turns from Hawaii. Enough has
boon learned from Hawaii to indicate
the election of Young and Marsden
(Conservative) and Iloapili (Liberal)
as Nobles. Mattoon (L.) Is in town
and claims to havo obtained a Min
isterial decision awarding him tho
election over A. Horner (C.) as
Representative for North Ililo.
THERE IS NONE BETTER.
Dr. It. L. St. John of Ilowlnnd,
Putnam county, Missouii, takes es
pecial pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, he
cause he knows it to ho reliable. Ho
has used it in his practice for several
years, and says there is nono bettor.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and cure for cioup.
This most excellent medicine Is for
sale hy all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
Thn loiirnnl oneim with a reiwrt
of the wreck of the Tamerlnnc a
very good ono but less detailed than
the ones published.J
The election passed off quietly
here, and every where elso that I
have heard of, the Australian sys
tem woikmg as well as could be ex
pected for the (list time. There
were 30 votes cast out at Ililo on ac
count of ttie X being placed on left
hand side. Judge F. S. Lyman
kindly gave me the number of votes
cast for each candidate and they are
as follows. A. B. Lochciistcin re
ceived the laigost number of votes
cast foi any one :
NOllI.US StX YEAKS.
South Ililo, 3d Precinct.
Alexander Young 70
Joseph Mars-don Gl
S. W. Kckuewa 49
NOULKS TWO YEAKS.
Ohas. Notley 41
J. G. Hoapili 57
J. Nawahi R. Rycroft
lvalapana 44 14
Polioiki G3 37
Ililo town.... 232 189
fResult of Road Board election
has already appeared in this paper.J
Brig Lurline is loading and will
leave about 113th inst.
Jan. 29, sailed bark Harvester,
Capt. Rock, for San Francisco.
Passengers: Mm. Henry Deacon and
son, Mis. Lucy Lewis, Miss Parker.
THE SUVA DESERTION CASE,
Police Justice Wm. Fostor pre
sented the following findings in the
desertion case of Maria G. da Silva
against her husband:
1 The former suits in the Supreme
Court aic no bar to the present
2 The defendant has without
cause deserted plaintiff and neg
lected to maintain, provide and sup
3 Defendant failed to prove to
the satisfaction of the Court sulll
cicnt ill conduct of plaintiff to justify
desertion or failure to support.
4 Sec 1, chap. 5U, Penal Code,
retpiires a husband to support his
wife, as in Sec. 1SJ8C provided, which
last-named section has been re
pealed. F. M. Hatch, for plaintiff, sub
mitted that the fourth finding should
not be made, and that defendant be
called up for sentence.
J. M. Davidson, for defendant,
claimed that if there is no law under
which defendant can be punished he
should be discharged.
The Court allowed the striking out
of the last finding and gaye judg
ment for plaintiff. Sentence will be
given to-morrow morning.
This case has caused quite a stir
among the Portuguese coloiry.
A COLUMBIAN EXHIBIT.
Ou Queen street near Alakea street
is the Road Supervisor's pet stink
hole. Ou examining the mauka side
of the pavement at this sajubiious
spot, opposite Dowsott's salt ware
house, there will be found what re
mains of a load of load metal dump
ed down by the Government road
cart fully a year ago, but which has
remained there ever since undis
turbed by any of the old cantonier
fossils who potter away in that dis
trict. It is slated that the geological
committee recently appointed by the
Government intend to forward this
road metal to the foitlicoming Colum
bian exhibition at Chicago as a speci
men of Hawaii's igneous rock.
This morning's Advertiser has an
article about me, which is all untrue.
A man came to my cigar shop yester
day and asked for a 25 cent cigar. I
passed him one, for which lie gave
me 5 cents only, saying that was all
he had. I objected and he persisted.
He had the cigar and I had Alio five
cents. After a little strong lan
guage on his part he left, and that is
all there is to it. He did not wipe
the floor with me, nor attempt to do
so. I did not have the man arrested,
nor was 1 near the Police Station the
whole of tho day. Let the Adver
tiser people go theie am) ascertain
for themselves. They must have had
a dream, or have been deprived by
some designing person.
FOR BRAIN FAC
ClKC IIOrHrillll'H Al'lll I'llON)llUtl,
Dr. W. H.FiSHKit, Lo Sueur, Minn.,
nays: "I find it very serviceable in
ncivous debility, sexual weakness,
brain fag, excessive use of tobacco, as
a diink in fevers, and in sonio urinary
troubles. It is a grand good remedy
in all cases where I have iibod it."
In your report on Thistle Club this
evening you mistake Mr. "Catton"
for Mir. J. Klrslen, Hart & Co., as a
douator of hooks to hs. Kindly cor
rect this statement
Scottish Thistle Club,
Honolulu, Feb. 9, 1892.
WORTHY OF A TRIAL.
If you are troubled with rheuma
tism or u lame back, bind on over
the seal of pain a piece of thiunel
dampened with Chamberlain's Pain
Halm. You will be surprised at the
prompt relief it affoids. 50 cent
bottles for sale hy all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents.
EIGHTEEN LIVES LOST IN
THE GRINDING SURF.
The Bark Tjmeilane Becomes a Total
Loss on tho (Ms ot
Full Lists of Those Saved
The whaling bark Tamerlane,
which has done so good seivice to
many an owner during her long ca
reer, and which has borne many a
gallant crew safely, finally laid her
bones ou the rocks of Puna at 12:30
a. m. of Feb. 2d, 1892, and sent to
their long home eighteen of the olli
cers and crew. This is, without
doubt, the most appalling catastrophe
that has happened on these islands.
We have had sciious wrecks of our
coasting vessels, but they have usu
ally becu unattended by loss of life.
Wo have had wrecks of deep-sea
going ships both south and north of
the group and yet unattended by
serious loss of life, as witness the
Norval, burned a thousand miles
south of Hawaii, the Dunnotlar Cas
tle wiccked 2200 miles north, in
which cases evciy man was saved.
The U. S. S. Saginaw had all saved
when she was lo3t on Ocean Island,
except the boat's crew that came
down to bring the news, and of that
one man got ashore on Kauai. And
one might go on with similar reminis
cences. Enough has been said,
however, to show that previous to
this no such disaster has ever oc
curred to a foreign vessel on our
The bark Tamerlane was built at
Wiscasset, Maine, in the year 1824.
Her late captain, Walter Howland,
had had considerable experience on
the Atlantic coast but had had none
in the Paciflc tilf this fatal voyage.
The vessel cleared from San Fran
cisco, January 13, 1892, with a crew
of 38, officers included. She carried
the usual ship's stores and a proper
whaling outfit. The vo3'age down was
fairly satisfactory, the weather being
good the whole way. Eight days out
from San Francisco a whale was struck
which yielded 115 barrels of oil.
One man was lost while the boat was
struggling with the whale anu the boat
was badly damaged. On February
1st they knew they were near the Is
lands, but how near it ia perfectly
evident no one on boaid did know.
As far as your correspondent can find
out from careful examination of each
one of the survivors it is nearly cer
tain that the idea was that the vessel
was in the ricinity of Kealakeakua
Bay, almost two degrees to the west
ward. This would account for the
course steered when the vessel struck,
viz: S. S. E. On the west of Hawaii
such a course would take a ship off
shore, while on tho east side it would
run her plumb on, as it did.
Whatever the trouble in navigation
was, no land was sighted on Febru
ary 1st. Mr. Pardee, the 3rd oflicer,
had charge of the ship from 7 to 11
p. m. When he turned in everything
was in shape and the 2nd mate, Mr.
Allen Wdbcr, took charge. The lat
ter is among the lost. The patastro
phe came on in a moment. There
was no warning, hardly an order be
fore the ship went onto the crudest
The watch was on deck, sitting for
ward, and many of them almost doz
ing. The lookout on the forecastle
was Jack Raney, a lad who had
shipped from San Francisco, three
weeks before, on his tirst voyage. At
the wheel was Emil Johnson, a Swede,
who had had seven years' experience
of a seafaring life and knew what he
Quietly and calmly the vessel was
gliding through the water, a little bitof
a roll on, but not much. The lookout
was bracing himself against the bell
as the ship gave u lurch and was wide
awake, but through the darkness of
the night no glint of cruel breakers
came; no sound of waves upon a'
rock-bound coast reached his ear.
Suddenly the calm was broken. Both
ollicers on deck shouted, "Hard up
with the wheel!" then came the com
mand, "Wear ship," and iustantly
after that a cry of "All Imhds on
deck!" What had been calm and
peaceful before became in a moment
u scene of the wildest confusion. The
rost of the ollicers and crew came
tumbling up on deck to find tjjeir
floating home grinding her poor bones
upon the most pitiless of black rocks,
while tho soft-looking, creamy foam
of the breakers only added horror to
Nothing could bo done, there was
no "wear ship" there was nothing
lo ho done with putting up the wheel,
and though Emil Johnson did his
best he merely succeeded in injuring
Ids hand and arm. How he was saved
is almost a mystery.
Only two boats were available and
of these, iu the hurry and confusion,
one was lowered and drifted away
with no one iu her. The other had a
moi o tragic fate in store, In this
the boat steercr, u Hawaiian, and tho
boat header went. The first mate,
the captain, the carpenter, tho cook
were successively lowered and it is
thought that ono other of the crow
got in. The ship was rolling heuviiy
and tho boat, as it went down iu the
falls, fouled. She probably was
stove beforo she reached the water.
A cry from those in tho boat to cut
her loose, which was done and away
. kaJidk& -.
8ba drifts astern tBttirds the break
ers. It MM but a mttnent after that
a large breaker cured completely
over her and seaman James George
says he ljcard the frail bark crash
upon the rocks.
Then there wns tlrcc-qunrters of
an hour misery for those left on
hoard and one after another was
washed away as she lay capsized
alongside the rtcks. This was heart
rending to the lurvivors. To sec the
angry waves pick off man after man
and wonder whither you, yourself,
might bo tho nest was a hard trial on
nerves and it is no wonder that no
clear account ol the incident caujjbc
given. Cllngiag to the breaking
ship, hoping tigtinst hope, a plank
from the general smash suddenly
gave a chance of getting ashore. It
was as frail as a threat! and many a
man of those sived had really no
idea how ho used it. Fortunately
Mr. Pardee, the third olllccr, was a
man of great nerve and coolness and
got his survivors ashore. To him is
undoubtedly due the lessening of the
disaster. Had it not been for his
courage and coolness the probability
is that every soul would have been
lost. Hie shore was so near it seem
ed to the suffering men that it only
required them to throw themselves
into tho sea to reach safety. But
such throwing meant death 1
Once ashore the story is soon told.
Shivering, uuderclotlied, these poor
men sought the road in a body, 18 of
them out of the 38 that had sailed
from San Francisco only three weeks
before. It was found, and in the
early hours, as they tramped along,
Louis Martincr, a Piute Indian, nho
had been given up for lost, joined
them. He had been in the mizzen
crosstrces and had becu carried on
to the rocks by a wave. When he
overtook his companions lie said:
"Good God 1 I thought you were all
Enquiring their way from a Ha
waiian, ihc party found the house of
the Deputy Sheriff, six miles distant,
and there, of course, they wore taken
care of and arrangemonts were made
to bring them into Ililo, 22 miles
distant. It is no easy matter to
move so large a party or even to
provide for it at a moment's notice,
and Sheriff Eldarts deserves great
credit for the manner in which lie
Tho wreck occurred near Honolulu
of Puna, and hardly a vestige of the
vessel was to be seen at daylight,
It is undoubtedly a most appalling
catastrophe. Those who have gone
must have our sympatlry, those who
survive deserve that and something
The following is the list of those
list of. saved.
Chas. G. Strong, Canadian, Boat
J. W. Pardee, American, 3d Of
ficer. Samuol Lopes, Cape de Verde, 4th
John San Francisco, Portuguese,
George M. Pyne, Lynn, Mass.,
Thomas Godge, Welshman, Boat
Louis Martiner, Piute Indian, A.B.
Jack Raney, Ameiican, Green
Thomas Caution, American, Steer
Emil Johnson, Swede, A. B.
James George, St. Helena, A. B.
Henry Raiser, Swiss, Green hand.
Plaus Hansen,. Hollander, A. B.
Charles G undersoil, Norway, A.B.
Patrick Clishem, Liverpool, Cabin
Auguste Richaid, French, Sail
George Cullcn, American, A. B.
Henry Ewerts, American, Black
smith. John Meyer, German, Green hand.
The list of the lost is as follows:
list ok thi: lost.
Captain Walter Howland, New
Charles Tucker, New Bedford,
Mass , 1st mate.
William Oysterniau, San Fran
cisco, boat header.
Allen Wilber, New Bedford,
Mass., 2d mate.
John Allen, Guam, boat steerer.
Harry Solon, Minnesota, carpen
ter. Fred. , British, cook.
Henry Johnson, American, boat
Michael Sullivan, American, stew
aid. Moses , Hawaiian, boat
Frank Ilewett, Toronto, A. B.
George Knowles, San Francisco,
John Smith, American, green
Ffederic Musn)aa, Swiss, A. B.
Fred. William Kaiser, Scandina
vian, A. H.
Jerry Andi-rson, German, A. I.
John Jouvett, Boston, Mass., A.B.
Qllio Andersen, Soandiuavjun, A.
Tho Kinnu brings news of a terri
hie shipwreck at Koanapoko, near
Makuu, Puna, Hawaii, Monday night,
February 1st, at about 11:30 o'clock.
The whaling bark Tumerlano, Capt.
Walter Howland in command, left
San Francisco January 13th, for a
southerly cruise. It was the inten
tion of the captain to put in at Ke
alakeakua Bay for any necessary re
fitting, before starting on the north
erly cruise. On the 20th a sporm
whale was taken yielding 115 barrels
of oil. But in taking tho whalo a
boat was upBet and one man lost his
life. Such was the beginning of the
misfortunes of tho ill-fated crew.
In tho latter days of January they
experienced squally, cloudy weather;
so that it was difficult for the nuvi-
CoHcludcd on 3d page.)
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Martinsville, N.J., Methodist Par
sonage. " My acquaintance with
your remedy, Bosclice's German
Syrup, was made about fourteen
years ago, when I contracted a Cold
which resulted in n Hoarseness and
a Cough which disabled me from
filling my pulpit for a number of
Sabbaths. After trying a Physician,
without obtaining relief I cannot
say now what remedy he prescribed
I saw the advertisement of your
remedy and obtained a bottle. I
received audi quick and permanent
help from it that whenever we have
had Throat or Bronchial troubles
Bincc in our family, Bobchee's Ger
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results. I have never hesitated to
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others when I have found them
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Auction Sales by nwls J. Levey.
Oa MONDAY, Fob. lfiili,
T 13 NOOS.
I will sell at Public Auction at my Sales
rooms, i kxumsh mm ctitT
lu llrst-clas oulcr.
IjKWIS J. LEVEY,
".41 4t Auctioneer.
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
On FRIO AY, Fob. 13tli,
AT ia O'CI.OOIt XIIOS.
At my Salesroom, Queen sheet, I will
sell at l'ublio Auction,
10 Shares Inter-Island Steam
Nav. Co.'s Stock.
Par Value 100.
20 Shares Wilder's Steam
ship Go ,
Par Value StOO.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
335) 4t Auctioneer.
On FKI PAY, Fob. lath,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen Hticut, I will
hell at Public Aiielloii,
1 LARGE EXPRESS WAGON,
1 hinall Expie.s Wagon,
1 Family (Jan luge,
1 'iOP BUGGY,
2 Brakes, 2 ,uuts Harness,
1 Fpm Bay Ho'ses.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
AUCTION SALE OF
siiieiice on id! si.
On SATURDAY, Fob. 131b,
4'r i u-clouu .oov.
At my Salesiooni, Queen htieot, I will
h'el at I'll bile AuetlDii,
A Desirable Residence
On Young Sront, at rear of resi
dence of Hon. S, Parker.
Tho Lot lias a fi outage of fit) feet on
Young stiout ami 8 110 feet deep, Tlioiu
New Dwelling House
Ou the Lot containing Pallor, 8 Itcil
looins, Dliilng-iooni, I'aniiy, Ivltcliuu.
etc. Tho grounds nrn nleuly planted
with Klowern and Shade Trees, Water
laid ou thioughoiit.
SST For further paitloulius apply to
JAS. F. MOKGV.V,
lMuluro Frames miulo to
order from luteal styles of
mouldings. Itenovuthm of
old pictures a specialty.
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Auction S ale or Sto cks
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd
Fori. Street, Honolulu.
PJw Goods by Late Arrivals !
Tools & Bmplements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OV THE BEST QUALITY.
(From 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons').
" Wo are the only Authorized Agents for this aitlcle, ami are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
The Agoncyfor JAYNE'S
FAMILY MEDICINES, so long
held by our house, has been
transferred to Messrs. BEN
SON, SMITH & CO., to whom
all orders should bo sent.
CASTLE & COOKE.
Honolulu, H. I., Fob. 4, 1892.
n i iiwnxa
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Oil TUESDAY, Feb. lGtli,
AT 10 U'til.OCIC A. BI.,
I will sell at Public Auction at tho
lion Wtuehuubc of G. W. Maef.irlano
& Co., Qut'cn btrcut, the following
Distrained for non-payment of icnt,
from tho promises of the Union Iron
Works Co :
I Ki-inch Lathe with chuck, gear
wheels, liults, wicnches, study r'st,
fall plate, holder, turning and bor
L Enioiy Wheel with countershaft,
pullers, h.iugeis, hulling, shifter rod
I DiiiMj Woikei's Lathe with chuck,
slido ruse, counter shafts and pul
leys, hangers, belting, turning and
boring tuolx, two dogs, shifter rod,
wienehes, bit ho centre, lay screws
and brass luvor.
1 IC-ineh Lathe with counlorshiift and
pulleys, hangurs, chuck, faceplate,
wrenches, study real, sockot wrench,
tool, post, gear wheels, shifter rod
1 Ci-iiH'h Lathe with counter shaft,
study lest, gear wheels and wrench
es. 1 Diill I'icsh with baseplate), counter
shaft with pulley, shifter lod, bolt
ing, cone, shaft, pulley and fiame,
bed plate, handlu and haugois.
1 '18-inch Latho with chuck and
slido leal, two tail pieces, two
elaiups with bolts, belting, wrenches,
gear wheels, bevel pinion, hangers,
tool post, countershaft with cono
and pulleys, study lest, chuck, slido
rest, boring and turning tools, two
latho centres,' ono pipo centre, ono
icst for cutting shafts.
1 Milling Machine with two han
gers, belting, shifter rod, counter
shaft and pulley, wi ouches, oil
boxes, gear head.
1 Simper with two tables, bed plate,
coun.urshaft ,ui pulley, three
hangers, two shifting jode, bolting,
ono central, ono rod, onp gear
wheel, tools, four bed plates.
1 Grinding Maohino with counter
shaft, hanger imd pulleys, bolting.
2 Oases Tool,
fl,J"All abovo aro ooiupleto am) ip
JAS. F. MO UO AN,
383 lot Auctioneer.
A line Weber Piano For Sale!
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i'iuno, a splendid liistruinuiil In
330 lw JAS. F, MOKQAN.
li4r)kaMm.flil,Mt - j..
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AI OPPORTIMTT !
At the request of a
number of our uatronsj
Ave have concluded to
offer the services of our
artist, Mr. "W. Y. Itow,
as a practical instrnctqr
in Oil Painting and "Wa
ter Coloring-, free of
Mr. Jtow has been in
our employ for the past
two years and we feel
confident that, by prac
tical demonstration, ho
can teach his pupil just
what he wants to know
in the matter of handling
colors, etc., without the
tiresome course usually
adopted by instructors.
For further particulars
l e. I
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V ' 'uiiou, at present occu'J
rfcS-yfan Died liv Mi('ii,ulliJuu It.a t-
miirit nf Q mIVllATni p-,n)ii
3P lyT x
&&,& A N Uiifirnsied Itoom sultr
$M$8 . 'lUlu ,or. u" employment
Wfc>Sa otllcuj must bu cpiiirully loc
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fNE Cottage to lot on
i ' l'liiiuhbowl stieut. Kiii
milre, of I.. ADLK.H
ii'J7 tf 1U Nutmuu st. shoe store,
OUSK of 0 looms, kitchen
and bathroom, within
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l'ost Ollleo. Kent Via a mouth. Apply
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