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Honolulu, H. I., Doc. 2, 18111.
Iloldcis i'f wutoi privileges, (u tlui
paying wnter mies, nre hereby unli
fled llml llio bonis foi usdng wnlei for
Irngnlion purposes nro from 0 to S
O'clock A. M., Ulril 1 til ( o'clock 1. M.
tttitil fuillier notice.
JOHN 0 WHITE,
Sunt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Sl'KNOUU,
Minister of the Intciior.
r ii it
a tTy j$uFTcfiti
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut ettaldithetl for the benefit of till.
TUESDAY, FiilJ. 23, 1S92.
Owing to an unusual pressure of
local news, space is limited for the
foreign budget. One of the most
interesting ' items given is that of
Hlaine's specific withdrawal irom the
presidential Held. It has been an
nounced in the British House of Com
mons that the United States had
agreed thai France, Italy and Sweden
should act as arbitrators in the liehr
iug sea dispute. Spiingcr's free wool
bill has been leported in Congress.
The Imperial Go eminent has as
sured the Canadian Government that
it will subsidise a submarine cable
from Vancouver to Japan by way of the
Aleutian Inlands. Klfortp arc being
made to raise the capital in Kngland.
This scheme is the original Uiitish
cable scheme for the Pacific, recom
mended by Mr. V. N. Gisborne,
Dominion Supeiiiilendent of Tele
graphs, about fifteen years ago. Ha
waii is not in it, a fact that will be
' less deploied, however, from the cvi
deuce given in to-day's news that the
United States is appaiently dead in
earnest now to have a cable from the
l'aeific Coast to Honolulu.
TwiiHouIhw 111 Wilt n Hlni;li. Tlmimllt,
'Vw t lliurtM tliut llcut ik Olio.
At the chapel of lolani College, 7
o'clock yesterday evening, Bishop
"Willis, assisted by He v. W. II.
Harnes, joined in the holy bonds Mr.
Alfred Hatfield and Miss Isabella
Harper, daughter of Mrs. Captain
Clark. The best man was Mr. Ed.
Stiles of the Foreign Olllee, the
bridesmaid Miss Louise Ilaiper, sister
of the bride. The stepfather, Cap
tain Thomas Clark, master of the
steamer Kinau, gave the bride away.
After the ceremony a reception
was held at Capt. Claik's house on
Punchbowl street. The couple
standing in a miniature bower of
giecn and doners received a large
company, of friends, after which an
abundant luaii of the most saory
dishes, cooked in the native style,
with foreign delicacies including ice
cream, was served in the dining
louin. Many young friends of both
the bride and groom were present, be
sides heads ot families having rela
tions of blood or intimate friendship
with the host and hostess. A very
sociable time was spent. Messrs.
W. Auld, E. Stiles, II. Smith and
II. F. Poor were assiduous in assist
ing in the entertainment of the com
pany. The bridegroom is a bright young
man, employed as a cleik in the
house of Theo. II. Davies & Co., and
stands well in amateur athletic cir
cles. His In ide is the eldest daughter
of the late E. Harper. She was
educated at St. Andrew's Piiory,
where she was a favorite with the
late Ealress I'lui'be of saintly mem
ory At the close of the fcntivities
tliu handsome couple departed for
their new home in Christley Place,
Foil street, attended by the joyous
good wishes of their assembled
FROM HOTEL DELLONE.
Mr. C. r. Heed, proprietor of the
Hotel Dellone, Omaha, one of the
finest new and modern hotels in the
west, says of Chamberlain's Cough
Hemedy: "Wo have used it in our
Jamily for years with the mosl satis
factory result, especially for our
children, for colds and croup. It can
lie depended upon ; besides it is
pleasant to lake and seems to be freo
fiom chloiofoun and the oily suh
Btances put into many cough mix
tures." 50 eenl nml'S 1 bottles for
halo by all dealers. Jicneoi), Smith
& Co., agents.
Three more cases of smallpox
have developed among the Chinese
passengers of the S. S. Hio Janeiro
at San Francisco, and the ojiaruntine
hns been prolonged till ihu 'J-Jtl inst,
Consequently the P. M. S. S. China ,
which would' bo due at this poit with
the Janeno's passengers on Friday,
may not come up To time. The
Chronicle of the Kith savs the China i
would sail for Hongkong next day i
via Honolulu Luicsi il. PI, Inn ic '
I '.'' J-"ULb-lJ,u ' s .
(Sthi 7VooVrt, Feb. 7o per .?. S.
The delegation of Canadian Minis
teis to Washington, to negotiate
terms of leciprocity, have gone home
and it is believed their mission has
proved a failuie. They could not
satisfy the United Stales Govern
ment that they wcie aultmri.ed to
make a coiiuneicial treaty indepen
dent of the direct interests of Giuat
It is proposed to have a palace of
pure silver at the World's Fair.
Mrs. Snell, widow of the Chicago
millionaire murdered by Tascott, has
received an anonymous demand for
S2000 on pain of being blown up by
Senator Cullom of Illinois is an
nounced as an aspirant for the He
publican presidential nomination.
The retirement of Hlaine is con
sidered by the New York Tribune as
clearing the field for Harrison.
There is a report that the Louisi
ana lottery will be removed to Mex
ico. News from Mexico is thai the re
volutionists are gaining ground.
The Albany, N. Y., Evening
Journal announces that the Prince of
Wales and suite of 25 will pass
thiough that city May 27 on their
way to Niagara Falls.
The editor of the Toningtoti,
Conn., Hegister has been anonymous
ly threatened with dynamiting if he
published ceitain persons' names in
an advertisement of delinquent debt
ors promised to be issued by the Mer
chants' Hetail Commercial Agency.
Vice-President Morton will not
run again. He suggested to the
President the name of Secretary
Sir Edwin Arnold, after visiting
the Lick Observatory in California,
will shoitly sail again for Japan.
A canvass of Stale Legislatures
by the New York World has found
the Democratic sentiment about eight
to five in favor of Cleveland.
Washington, Febiuary 7. The
following letter explains itself:
"Washington, February G, 18!)2.
lion. J. 0. Clarkson, Chairman of
the Republican National Committee
My Dear Sir: I am not a candidate
for the Presidency, and 1113- name
will not go before the Republican
national convention for the nomina
tion. I make this announcement in
due season. To those who have ten
dered me their support I owe sincere
thanks, and am most grateful for
their confidence. They will, I am
sure, make an earnest effort in the
approaching contest, which i ren
dered especially important by reason
of the industrial and financial poli
cies of the Government being at
stake. The popular decision on these
issues is of great moment, and will
be of far-reaching consequence.
Very sincerely yours,
"Jamks G. Uuiki:."
Count De Lessens is dangerously
The London Globe cautions Eng
lish manufactureis against neglecting
to exhibit at the World's Fair through
resentment at the McKinley Act. it
holds that such retaliation would be
more likely to hint themselves than
In the Commons Lord George
Hamilton, First Lord of the Admir
alty, responding to a question, denied
that the British Government was in
volved in any constitutional question
by the conveyance by Jler Majesty's
.hip Espieglc from Con net, Chile,
to Montevideo of 338 bars of silver,
valued at i'l.)."j,000, for the then
President, Balmaeeda. The question
of the legal title of the then existing
Chilean Government was universally
recognized and the shipment of bul
lion regular. He added, however,
that a change in the naval regulations
under which the captajn of the Es
piegle acted was under consideration.
Mr. Jackson, Chief-Secretary for
Iicland, stated that the whole sum of
10,000,000 assigned for the purchase
of land in Ireland under the Ashbourne
act had been absorbed. The pend
ing applications for advances amoun
ted to '3(11,581 above the sum pro
vided by the act.
It is believed the session of the
French Deputies will be a stormy
one. The Government will bring in
a measure directed against the Cath
olics. ANOTHER THROUGH LINE.
St. Louis, Feb. 1. A Republic's
special Mason City (Iowa) despatch
says: Hamilton Uiownc, one of the
leading stockholders of the Alason
City and Fort Dodge Railway, says
he has no doubt the road will either
bo leased or sold to Hie Winona and
Southwestern, hut as yet neither has
been done, This practically confirms
a icceiit statement Hint tesection is
to be traversed by a great transcon
tinental line, controlled by the LacUr
ananna systom. The Sioux City and
jOejeur are to be connected by the
Pueblo ami JJlliulli, and the gap be
tween Denver anl Provo Cily will be
filed in the right of way. Thja will
make u complete Hue from Najw orj
to Sun Francisco. The Mason City
and Foil Dodge will take it to Sioux
City, the Pueblo and Duluth to Jjun
ver, the Denver, Lakowood and
Golden lo Ogden, and the San Fran
oibco Shoit Line 10 the C'oait.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-S8
columns of iiileiettlng lending
matters. Walled to foreign countries,
5; Islands, 4. '
Jolly Olrtirntlnn of Wnnliltiatnn'a
Itlrlhitny on Undo Hnm'n Nlilp.
The old warship Pcnsncola was in
vaded by crowds of people yesterday,
among whom were a good many
prominent people His Excellency
J. L. Stevens, United States Minis
ter and Mrs. Stevens, 11. W. Sever
ance, Con3ul-Gcnoral, Commander
II. Hlair and olllcers of II. 11. M. S.
Pheasant, were among the number of
visitors. The Royal Hawaiian band
under Prof. 11. Hergcr, stationed in
the middle of the ship, played during
the afternoon, sending forth national
airs as the sailors dressed in the cos
tumes of different nations marched
around the ship.
. Captain and Mrs. Kaulz, of the
Pensacola, as host and hostess, en
tertained the guests in a royal way.
The program opened at 2:!J0 o'clock
and continued till A :30 o'clock, when
dancing by the jolly tars commenced
and was kept up till after dusk. The
different costumes wcie unique, in
teresting and comical, those last men
tioned drawing forth rounds of laugh
ter. George Washington and his
wife were nicety got up, while old
Uncle Sam would have envied his
The following was the program:
Shovel race between the Pensa
Obstacle race and sack race.
Burlesque prize boxing match.
Grand reception by Geo. Wash
ington and wife, with the Goddess of
Liberty, Uncle Sam, and the present
Cabinet of the United States.
Grand maich of the Diplomatic
Corps and Mulligan Guards.
Music, Star Spangled Banner.
Presentation of hookupus and ad
dresses by Ambassadorial Delega
tions, from Hawaii, England, Franco,
Poitugal, Italy, Chile, Spain, Ger
many, Ireland, China, Denmark,
Scotland, Russia, Japan and Turkey.
Builesque drill by the Mulligan
Giaud march by the entire com
pany. THE HONOLULU AR0N.
Sopinl at Tlielr Hull tn CL-lebrution
of Two IlirthduyH.
The Honolulu Arion's social and
dance at the Arion Hall yesterday
evening was largely attended and
highly enjoyable. The hall was gaily
decorated w tth flowers and evergreens
and inscriptions suitable to the occa
sion were hung all over the room. At
the enlrance were the words in Ger
man, "A Glorious Jubilee, E II. F.
Wollers, by the Honolulu Arion,
1892." The eutertainment was for
two objects the commemoration of
George Washington's birthday and
the celebration of Ir. E. H. F. Wol
lers' fiftieth birthday.
The dancing commenced at 8
o'clock to music furnished by the
Quintet Club Junior. An intermis
sion at 8:30 o'clock was pleasantly
passed by vocal selections by the
Arions, accompanied on the piano by
Prof. Oscar Hcriold. They were
greeted with well merited applause.
After a few more dances, sailors from
the U. S. S. Pensacola, dressed in the
characters of Uncle Sam, George and
Alailua Washington, entered the hall
amid deafening applause. They led
off with the "cotillion" and dancing
was renewed with a vjm and kept up
until a late hour.
Dining the evening a glorious re
past was served on the veranda and
almost the entire company enjoyed
the bounteous layout. Mr. IS. II. P.
Wolters was responsible for the edi
bles, they being furni3hcd at his own
expense, in celebration of his jubilee
birthday. Limht bevcrases flowed
THE HAWAIIAN CABLE.
inolli i- I.lnr or MounilliiffH for u
ICuiile lo lltt 31 Hill!.
Washington, February 10. It has
been decided by the Navy Depart
ment to make another line of sound
ings before definitely deciding upon
ihe route for the proposed submarine
cable between San Francisco and the
Hawaiian Islands. This c'oi.chision
was reached after an examination of
the full report just receiyed 'here of
the suryey of the two lines recently
completed by the Fish Commission
steamer Albatross. Many irregulari
ties, ranging from normal to sub
matiiie inounUins two and one-half
miles in height, were found jn these
lines. Ordurs were telegraphed yes
terday to Lieulenant-Connnanfjor
Tanner of the Albatross, at Sun
Francisco, to get his vessel ready at
once for making a new survey. Tho
new line will be run on a great cir
cle, starting at or near Point Concep
cipn, Cal., to the island of Hawaii.
Experts of the Hydrographic Olllee
who have kept a careful record of all
the soundings made expect a more
level lino on the gicat circle which it
is now proposed to run. The work
already done, they say, indicates tho
possibility of a line compaialively
uniform and at an average depth of
about three miles.
Captain Reinoy, of the U. S. S.
Cliui lesion, jas been iclieved by
Captain II Jr I'h-kjng, an,d Captain
Schley of the U. H. M. Hiltinjpiju by
Captain W. Whitehead. Captain's
I'icKing ami Hiiiieneau are noili na
Ijves of tho State of Pennsylvania
and gruiljfifli'.ii of the naval academy.
The'lJ. S. S. bun Francisco, Ad
miral brown's flagship, wjli uhortly
nrriyc liere from San Diego. She
will relief (J;p U, S. ,S. ' Pensacola.
.Many, no dout, wl jtu gjud .to see
Admjru jjrown again.
The j'VcnuJj man-of-war pubonr
iIli'M may be expected jjprb alout
June f 1 ojii the South Seas,
ACROSS THE SEA.
1 know not if '" 1,,v" ,I1C 9l,iU'
Despite tho Peas 1 1ml M'l"n e,
Sineo thai last tu iforpoUeii ilnj
When .ve both "-' iunst cruo1
To pan 50 soon who 'ct R0 ,ftl-
On deck at night when J'iW bcnniK
Fall clotr nthwarl tho bounding km,
I think, my love, of those 'orl 'J"r
Wc would together haml-e Wpcd bo.
Arc you, my love, still true I ' ",0'
Ah I sometimes do you think 1" ,IU'
At even when the setting sun
Throws criniKon culms in the west,
Proclaiming l'luvlius' reign is don ?
Are you still true, dear absent one?
My voyage brings me from you far,
I know not, dear, if you regret,
Hnl Ibis I know to you I sweat,
1 do not change, I love you yet,
1 would not if I could foiget.
Every family should be provided
with some reliable medicine for bowel
complaitts. A fair trial will con
vince any one that Chamberlain's
Colic, Ciolera and Diarrhtua Remedy
i3 without an equal ; besides it is
pleasant to take. 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., agents.
A. Bellanger, Propr. , Stove Foun
dry, Montagny, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower for Dys
pepsia. It gave me great relief. I
recommend it to all Dyspeptics as a
very good remedy. "
Ed. Bergeron, General Dealer,
Lauzoti, Levis, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C.J.. Barrington, Engineer and
General Smith, Sydney, Australia,
writes: "August Flower has effected
a complete cure in my case. It act
ed like a miracle."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss., writes:
" I consider your August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
of August Flower, and now con
sider myself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer
iug humanity the world over."
G. G. GREEN, Sole Manufacturer,
Woodbury. Xcw Jersey, U. S. A.
The Event of the Season !
SATURDAY EYENING, Feb, 27
Complimentary Bcnellt to Mits, ERNES
TINE GRAY, uniler the dlieetlon
of Pitop. II. Di:hoi:ii.
The Programme will include:
Songs, Dances, Music
Grand Ballet Dance!
With Llm.o Eight Effects.
Hoy I Hawaiian Orchestra, Kawaia
hao Choir, and the
Best Local Talent !
J3!r Ilox Plan for Reserved Seats at
L. J. Levey's povy open. :)51 Ot
Notice to the Public !
The Hawaiian Soup Works
Is still ill existence at tile olil stand,
Lfleo, and lias been so slneo tho year
1S55. I am prepared to put up Soap at
tiu following prices:
$4.50 per Case of 100 lbs.; $4.00
per 1Q0 lbs. in Bulk.
fiO Cents each aHowed for empty con
tainers returned in good order.
fir Weight for weight no rival con
ceiu eau supply as good an aitlcle for
the same prices
Ber'i'lio only practical Soap Holler
i;'ltu llau-aljaij Ihl.uujg. '
THOMAS W. RAWLINS,
Large Moclion ii Price !
I am now piopared to sell those
DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS
n Itlnir mi'isct,
Known as the " WILCOX LOTS," at u re
duced ligiue, and on liberal tonus,
Iffi" Intending puieliiihers will do well
351 lw JAS. F. MORGAN.
MONEY rJO BUILD HO MISS.
P Vflii Jayo a lot, J will build you a
ii"iiti, iuiii nujjisii mo money on
terniH. J,fI MJJYKff,
i.hj run mem.
iMlitlial Tel. CG3; V. O. Box 387.
MoHprg. JCinr Uron. nro
Hliowlntr a ilno'jiuo of Iiiun
boo and otjuir ulylo I'urlor
EhqpJhj Wall ItriiukuiH ami
Window CpjMuippg jit jiricoH
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- , , , General Ant for the Hawaiian Islands.
Auction Sale by James F. Morgan.
ASSIGNEE'S SALE OF
Leases & Furniture !
Ily order of V. "W. McCliouey, As
signee of tile Estate of Hamilton '.lohii
on, 1 will sell at Public Auction, at my
Hales! ooin, Queen struct,
On SATURDAY, Fob. 27Lli,
AT JM O Ol.OCIt MMIV,
Tlie Unexplied Lease of tbe Premises at
Walklkl known as tbe
The Lease lias 3 years and It months to
inn at nu annual rental of Q7"'. To
gether with the Lease will be sold the
Household Furnlturo and Fixtures
As per inventory whleli can be seen at
my Salesroom. Tbcie will a1n bo Fold
a Lease ot House and Lot adjoining anil
used in connection with the Villa. The
Lease has 1 ye.ir and 10 month- to run at
a rental of :i"i per month. Theie will
also oe sold l Horse, 1 Can liigc and 1
tfiyFiuther parilenlnrss, apply to V.
W. MeObesney, Mjfnee, or to
JAS. F. 1IOKG VN",
PCI '"it Auctioneer.
Aqiiii-Marino Bcacli Lois!
On SATURDAY, Mnrcli 5(,li,
AT 12 O'OLOCK NOON,
At my Salesroom, Queen stieet, I will
sell at Public Auction,
SIX BE&QH LOTS
JJoyoiul ICitpIolmt! rstrlc.
These Lots varying fioiu onc-imlf
to seven-tenths of an aeie, sue ail
vautngeoiisly situated, being just beyond
the Paik, and lying between the Dia
mond Head road and the pea. Gtw. em
inent water is laid on along the froiil nf
these Lots on the road. The beach Is of
soft white sand, and tbe lecfN famous
toy delicious lisb of various kinds, which
Tho title is fee simple, and terms arc
cash, or one-half encli una the b.ilunco
on nioi tgnge at 8 percent for one or two
years. Deeds at t'o expense of pur
chasers. B- A chart of the Lots is on exhibi
tion at my Salesroom.
flg&"Tlio-c Lots are maiked In
comer stakes, giving the nuinbcis.
J VS. FJHORGAN,
!!"! Ht Auctioneer.
Tie Rig Was
An interesting- incident oc
curred at a wedding- in 'Nyack,
jST. y., l-eeently, says the Al
bany Arg-us. All went mer
rily until the bridi'g-room was
called upon to produce the
wedding- ring. In vain he
i'elt in 'm trousers' pocket
Tor the indispensable article.
.Nothing- cotdd be found ex
cept a hole, throug-h which
the ring- had evidently fallen
into hjs boot. What was he
"Take your boot off," said
the parson. The suspense
and silence were painful.
The org-anjst, at the domi
nie's bidding-, began a "vo
luntary." Tho young man removed
his boot, the ring was found,
also a hole 'n his stocking,
and the minister remarked,
evidently with mope (ban tbe
ceremony in mind, "Young
man, it is time you were mar
ried," For appropriate Engage-
inenl or Wedding Kings, in
new ideas jfnd odd shapes,
AGOKDAN Hotter PHp,
about 10 wceU old,
A lewaid of 10 will be
paid to anyone on the re
turn of tho nun to W. II
CtiuiiliiKhnin 'at! t)ie Anchor Saloon.
A'liyoiinTound Hi powesxlon'of said pup
alter this notice has appealed Will he
prosecuted to the full extent of tho law.
Dress (roods !
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all orders should be sent.
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JS & IK) AIlCfiClIANT S'l'ItliJH'l'.
HAVE on hand nt"I,lt
lln lllilnln." HoiiohiUi.
Ifi ll.-ail Cailfoinia Mules
limn !1 tn K i'iihim filil fii.imr
" flZfrJ lit ullll'll Will Wl.rli fim. i
lOnotollOO Ibd. eaehi 1 Tlioioughhieil
llolsleln Hull 2 jcaro old 0th of next
Jliucli; 1 Half .leisey Hull a years old
iii'M May; b or 0 Impoiteil (Jows, all
gentle, young and have had calves within
past two months. Also, fur want of nsu
and all as good as new. 1 Scouted Cov
eieil Carriage, with pole and Miaft niul
Double Haini'Hs; 1 Llht 2-boibo Lum
ber Wagon, Flseh make and niiar.iutecd
lo uiiny iooo lb.; alio complete Set
Doibo llifrijesa (or aine. All of above
piopeity can he hoit''i an.
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:IS0 lin 1. O. Box 4.12, Honolulu,
-T M. "WTAinTT
y Atloruev at Law,
Cuilwirirht Uuilillnir. Mejchant' hIi.i.
IIOUOlulu. Icb ll'-'J2
CAN HI! KOrNI) AT
WA m nsi g
I.lHL " BJtM aSBH w.i
Late Arrivals !
Sausages ! Sausages I
KKrill Bologna, Liver PikIiHiik,
Itlnnil Pnrlillnir lloml Tw,,.c
Kraukfiiit ijuusaiie, Vienna Saiisiif;e and
1 J-'Ine Poik Sausage always on h.iud and
delivered to older hy "
l GKO. D. HOintAKDRIf.
132 Foit Htreet. two doois aliovc tho
t1 JIiitiialTol. 710. n 111 3m
1 At piulji'8 who have left watches or
V elocU with A. A.'noijon.W'iiii
hK, JIniil, for repairs, me heichy notl
lli'd to clitlm'thelr piopeitv within sixty
dya, as they wjl lip dehaii'ti) friiui
elalinlng tliffeaftec, le IiiivIiil' gouo out
of business. OlulniH (o bo soul Mr.
KcKuif, ut Mr. )orlo)'g Jnfo place of
lnmlucs, Walluku, or to to' iinilpr-
ITmJin'lON In Fioui.li, HpanUli
I il'id Lathi given by PiofoPsnr V
Loiiibaid, IJnlvi'i'Sity Oiadiude. (Jliisscs
mid pilvalu lemons, qrninnmr oreon
Vi'i'Miilon. Highest uiuih-iiihilfl from
Fraueo and Oalifurnlii. Tonus nioiie
rate, l'aitleiilars from the Kietioli
CoiiMil.oi at Mrs. Cowes', near V. M,
O. A. n8 nil
,j U.K. 0. UAltNFIKLD holds classes
tTl In Diawlng and Painting at his
studio. Hotel btieet, hack of Dib. Ander
son it Luiidy. mi tf
MIL Af.LKN HUTUII1NSON holds
hi ultu-bcs on Wednesday and
.Saturday lit Ids Kindle. No. 4 Adler's
avenue, Punchbowl fctieet, oppnTIto.'lho
Queen ' Hospital. ' " aJOtf'
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