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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 7, 18i)2.
M'niiNnttiAY, Sent. 7.
S S Australia, HouiUiittu, from San Fian-
Bktne Tropic llird from Tahiti
Stmr Kinmi from Maui and Hawaii
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Hawaii for llainakun
Btinr l'elo for Olowalu and Hamakua
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr ICiuati 410 bags potatoes, 21 hags
corn, 43 hitler, 14 eases pineapples, 3
hordes and ISO ikgs sundries.
From San Krntiulhcu per S S Australia,
Sept 7 Mra S T Alexander, Miss llarnard,
Kev .1 0 Ulapp, Miss Dollam, S Khrlich,
wife nnd child, (.' II Gcllcncy, Miss V Gilli
land, It Halstead and wifoi Miss IJcrnieo
Halstoad, H A Jones and wife, 1 C .lones,
wife and daughter, 'Miss Jones, A A Kis
singer, Ilobt'Lcwers, M I.onisson, Jacoh S
Lowrv, Mrs K K .Moore, F V Maufarlnne,
Miss Ivatc Mclntyre, Miss Mary Molntyre,
Itruther .lames Rchocndorf, Mrs 11 (.' Snald
ing, Mrt U A Tumes, Mrs 1j H Walhridgo,
Mrs James Welsh and child, Miss Adeline
Willis, Miss Beatrice Willis, James Jaeger.
From Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Sept 7 MNes C! A Carter, li K. Nawahi, h
I.ynian, Mabel Hitchcock M, ItichartNon,
Lilian Hapai, Ilattie Austin, S llyoroft, S
Siemsen, Jl McKinley, G Johnson, li H
lloml, li K Cummins, llella Wood, Alice
Wood, Muhcl Wood, Maud Wood, Lucy
Wood and 11 Thompson: Mrs J T Aluli,
Mrs It II Damn, David Kiihaulclio, Movjs
Kauwe, Mrs John Itichardson and 3 chil
dion, Henry 0 Carter, Miss li Kealoha,
Ilenrv Hapai, liildy Hajiai, Mrs Ii 1'iorce,
llov S L Doha and son, Mark llyoroft,
Sani'l Parker, Jr, Archie Kaaua, F a
Dodgo, W Jarrctt, C T Koel, W llerlowitz,
0 C llond, Uishop Willis and wife, Chang
Chow, J Kekuown, S Wood, 1 Cockett,
Noah Aluli, J J Hair, L M Baldwin, K Ok
kots, Leo Tenhman, Master li L Liko, A 1!
LoehciiKtein, W 11 IJenson, Mrs M Spencer
and son, llev S Kaili, John Parker, Palmer
Parker, Henry P Peckley, 1) Kawai, S Ma
huka, M Koki, wifo and son, It Yogi, J
Itenton and wife, It li Bond, I) Kekuewa,
Frank Wood, Alex May, llev KG Bcckwith
and wifo, II lteis, B 5 Baldwin, E Hop
kins, F Maby, and !)7 ileclr.
The Gorman bark" Paul Isenherg will
leave in about a week for San Francisco.
The steamer Kinau arrived this morning
from Maui and Hawaii and reports fair
weather and alternating seas.
Tho steamer Hawaii will leave for Olo
walu, Maui, and ports on Ilamakua, Ha
waii, to-moirow with coal.
The hriir Lurlino left San Francisco for
llilo on August 30, and the brig J. I).
Sprcckels for Kahului tho day after.
The brig W. 0. Irwin came oil' the Ma
rino Hallway this afternoon and docked
above tho 0. S. S. wharf.
Tho American barkontine Tiopic Bird,
engaged as tho regular packet between San
Francisco and Tahiti, arrived unexpectedly
In port this afternoon.
The barkentines S. K. Castle and Planter
are projected departures at San Francisco
for Honolulu, the former commencing to
load on August 20th, and tho latter on tho
Tho stcamor China duo on Friday from
Yokohama and Hongkong will coal hero.
The neeessury fuel will be transferred to
horby tho steamer C. 11. Bishop.
Tho arrivals at San Francisco from this
port are getting few and far between, there
being only two arrivals to note since last
mail, viz., the S. X. Castlo, Aug. 27th, 21
days, and tho Planter, 2(1 days.
Arrived Aug. 31, steamer Kinau from
Honolulu; Sept. 2, steamer Claiullno from
Hamakua; tt, steamer Kinau from llilo.
Sailed Aug. 20, American lmrkontino
Amelia, I). H. Ward, for Sail Francisco
with 11,100 bags sugar, weighing 1.230, IdU
pounds, valued at 30,137.(3. Shipper:
J, T. WaterhousoSKWbags, T. 11. Davies
it Co., 203ri bags. 31, steamer Kinau for
llilo; Sept. 2, steaiuer Claudino for Maui;
l), steamer Kinau for Honolulu.
SMITH In this city, Sept. 0, to tho wife
of Captain Smith, a daughter.
Band, Prof, II, Borgor, leader, will
give a concert this evening at tho
Hawaiian Hotel commencing at 7:550
o'clock. Following is thu program:
Overture TI10 Hunt (new) Schneider
Cornet Polka Lovu's Serenade (now) .
Saxoplion So!o(jueon Llliuokalanl(hy
request) ,. I.ihorulo
Torchlight Procession Maii'h .Moverbeer
Mikiol. Pttu-o-llulu. lla Hlkinoiiio A'u.
liclio Piece Sounds from Near and
Afar . .Humid
Quartet Oh, Ye Yalleysand Ye Moun
tains (now) . Sackur
Mi'tllev North and South , Tobanl
Mr. Ltmdor's Rocommondation.
Mr. J. A. Landor, a prinninont
oitiztm of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widoly known in that Stnto, says of
Ohaniborlain'H Colic. Oholora and
Diarrhoea Roinodv: I havo soon its
, jootl results anil can rouoihnmnd
it." For salo by all doalur.s. JJunson,
Smith & Co., Agonts,
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Sugar is up to HJ uoiit?, but tlioro
is very litllo to soil at 11113' prico.
Fitly thousand dollars in gold
coin caino by tho Australia to Bishop
fc Co.'s bank.
Diamond Head, IS p.m. Weather
hazy, wind fresh east; barltentino
Tropic 13ird ou" port.
Engine. Companies Nos. 1 and 2
will hold their regular monthly
meeting this evening.
Purser Laurie J. J?yan, of tho S. S.
Australia, has thu thanks of the IJitl
lktis for news favors.
Nearly fill tho plantations on
Kauai are closed, only two are run
ning at tho present time.
Tho band will play at tho Hawai
ian Hotel this evening for tho bene
fit of passengers by the Australia.
Tho Kinau brought a largo list of
passongors from Maui and Hawaii
to-day 80 cabin and 7!) steerage.
Tnmayaua, a Japanese belonging
to Hawaii, was committed to tho In
sane Asylum this morning on tho
ovidenco of Dr. (Jhas. Petcn-on that
his mind was affected.
Tho night-blooming cereus at
Oahii College will bo in bloom this
evening for tho last time this season.
There will bo 70fX) or S(XK) blossoms
and tho sight will bo worth seeing.
Tho Queen's birthday, Sept. 2d,
was generally observed on Kauai.
York was suspended on all tho
plantations, although nothing special
was billed in commemoration of tho
Rov. and Mrs. Bishop Willis re
turned from Hawaii by tho steamer
Kinau this morning, to welcome tho
Misses Adeline nnd Beatrice Willis,
who woro passongors by tho S. S.
Mr. and Mrs. P. C. Jones and
family returned lo their island homo
by tho S.S.Australia this morning.
Thoy all look well, mora especially
Mr. Jones, whoso shadow has not
Emily Kaihumua, a hard nut, was
arrested yesterday afternoon for
slapping Miss Cullcn. Emily staled
iu Court this morning that such was
tho case, but she had been given pro
vocation. She was reprimanded and
Ted Pritchard, tho English niid-dlo-woight
champion who defeated
Tom Smith, was knocked out by Jem
Hall, tho Australian middle-weight,
on August 19th, in London, in four
rounds. The light was fur .?5,000.
Jem Hall passed through hero some
A fiO-pound Dahlgron shell and
about half a dozou Hat irons have
boon brought up from tho bay by
tho dredge. Tho coral encrustation
on tho Jlatirons is supposed lo bo of
thirty years' growth. Thoy are on
exhibition in Benson, Smith it Co.'s
Two young boys, Kapuhi and
Kama, escaped from tho Reforma
tory school on Saturday last. Thoy
were quickly apprehended and this
morning Kapola was given a change
of rosidonco to Oahu Prison, while
Kama was given an extra three
months in tho school at tho expira
tion of his former sentence.
Mr. F. M. English, who became
manager of tho Hawaiian Hotel at
tho first of this mouth, is intro
ducing reforms in tho . internal
economy and improvements for tho
benefit of the public. The now man
ager has tho qualities of a popular
and successful hotel-keeper, and tho
old Hawaiian may bo expected to
prosper under his management.
Tho following society item
pears in tho S. F. Chronicle of Aug
ust 31 :
"Miss Aileon Ivors, tho California
bello who is to marry 12. M. Robin
son of tho banking firm of Droxol,
Morgan it Co., contemplates spend
ing tho month of November in San
Francisco with hor mother. Mrs.
and Mins Ivors will then go to Hono
lulu to p:is the holidays with Mrs.
Irwin, Mrs, Ivors' oldest daughter.
Tho date of tho Ivors-Robinson nup
tials has not yet boon sot,"
Miss Aileuu ivors was hero some
time .ago with her mother, on a visit
to hor sister, Mrs. W. CI. Irwin, and
hor many friends will bo happy to
hear of another projected visit.
Taka Good Curo of tno Ohildron.
Jf yru l.tiMi childrou yon will b
intomsted in thu oxporionco of Mr,
.lohn Coo'- (!' Rilot, Yorniillion Co.,
Jll. Ho 8'iys: "Two yours ayo two
of my fain'ly, a yotuif,' man and a
girl, had vory sovoro and daiigorons
attacks of bloody llnx. Tho doctor
horo was unablo, aftor it wcok's timo,
to chock or ruliovo oithor cao. I
throw I ho doctor ovorboard and be
gan using Chamberlain's Colic, Olio
lorn and Diarrhu'a Hoinedy. 1m
provoinont was scon vory soon and
my ohildron aro.so in a fow dayh
from what 1 f oared would bo thoir
deathbed. It is a grand, good modi
cino." For salo by till dealers, lion
son, Smith & Co., Agonts,
When you want u I'orlruit linhtryed
vail on l"imj Ikon., jje.t their J'rice. Lint,
and gfl &,. Thjij citn't bo bgutl
Wr.iiNiisDAY, Sept. 7, 181)2.
Assembly convened promptly at
10 o'clock for prayer by the Chap
lain, President Walker in tho chair.
Tho minutes of tho previous moot
ing wore read and, as usual, approv
ed. President Walker announced that
nothing new had transpired relative
to tho Cabinet dead-lock to his
Rop. Smith moved that instead of
adjournment tho llouo take a re
cess until 1:30 p. 111. lo-day.
Noble Cornwell moved that tho
Noble Macfarlane said that ho
favored a recess as ho had heard that
Hot- Majesty had addressed a letter
to tho chairman of the caucus com
mittee (Noble Young) and if he was
hero tho information contained
therein would undoubtedly throw
some light on the situation. But as
the member was absent it would be
advisable, as he thought, to simply
take a recess until afternoon when
Noble Young would bo present.
Time would bo gained by a recess
and ho was in favor of that motion.
Rop. White seconded the motion
Tho President put tho question
at 10:0S and tho motion to adjourn
Among tho latest somi-ollicial
notices of now Cabinets posted at
tho lobby entrance to tho Legislative
Hall are tho following:
Foreign Affairs, William R. Castle.
Interior, James B. Castle.
Finance, George P. Castle.
Attorney-General, Henry N. Castle.
Foreign Affaits, Godfrey Brown.
Interior, Frank Brown.
Finance, Malcolm Brown.
Attorney-General, Cecil Brown.
Foreign AM airs, Thomas R. Lucas.
Interior, Chailes Lucas.
Finance, Albert Lucas.
Attorney-General, Georgo Lucas.
Foreign Affairs, John S. Walker.
Interior, Thomas Rain Walker.
Finance, Johnny Walker.
Attorney-General, Henry Walker.
Foreign A Hairs, C. E. Williams.
Interior, H. II. Williams.
Finance, J. J. AVilliams.
Altornoy-Gonoral, Bill Williams.
Foreign Affairs, D. P. Peterson.
Interior, E. W. Peterson.
Finance, Chas. Peterson.
Attorney-General, A. P. Peterson. '
Foreign A Hairs, J. A. Cummins.
Interior, W. H. Cummings.
Finance, Thomas Cummins.
Attorney-General, Thos.P. Cununins.
Foreign Affairs, Thos. J. King.
Interior, J. A. King.
Finance, W.C, King.
Attoruey-Ciuiieral, William 11. King.
Foreign Affairs, C. N. Spencer,
Interior, J. G. Spencer.
Finance, James Spencer.
Altornoy-Gonoral, Thos. P. Spencer.
(No mora room on this paper, so
Foreign Affairs, Hon. W. Y. Horner.
Tutorior, Little Jack Horner,
Finance, Hon, J. M. Hornor.
Attorney-General, Hon, A. Horner.
Editor Bulletin :--
Tho xUlvortisor says this morning
that "1 did not soo thu editor or tiny
reporter of the Advortisorj no inter
view took place and no rot motion
Tho facts tiro that I wimt to tho
ollico of tho Advertiser several times
that day and 1 dually intorviowed
Mr. Paris, who was in charge of tho
ollico, and who slated exactly as was
published iu your paper last night,
viz., ''that tho article was built up of
M root rumors and was not intended
to hurt myself personally."
If tho Advertiser is so sure that
intimidation was practiced on tho
members of the police force, let
it produce onk man who was
threatened with dismissal oithor by
mo or anyone else on tho force if he
did not sign tho petition in quos-
tton. As ;t niatlor of fact ono man
did not sign, and has neither boon
dibiuissod nor warned that ho would
bo dismissed. -Tho petition and its
signature woro entirely tho work of
the inen'thoinsolvos, ami no compul
sion was used to make thoiu sign it.
ROIIKUT I'aiikck Waii'a,
Rolico Statiou, Sept. 7, 18U2,
THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.
Dr. Q. P. Androws Elocted Physician
vico Dr. McKibbin, Resigned.
Tho regular quarterly meeting of
this corporation wnoheld this morn
ing at the Chamber of Commerce,
Hon. Chas. R. Bishop, vico president,
in tho chair, and besides whom tlioro
were present of the Board of Trus
tees fourteen members. Tho min
utes of the adjourned meeting of
tho 22d ult. were read and ap
proved. Tho report of Dr. Robert McKib
bin, physician of tho Hospital, was
then read and on motion accepted
and ordered printed. Tho treasurer
reported verbally a debt this date lo
Bishop Si Co. of S . Tho report of
tho visiting committee was pre
sented, accepted and the committee
Tho election of a physician was
then announced in order. Mr, J, B.
Athorton desired to add the name
of Dr. G. P. Andrews to tho list of
nominations made at the last meet
ing. The secretary by permission
read tho application of Dr. Androws
for the position of physician, and
also tho declination of Dr. F. R.
Day. Air. Cleghorn reported verb
ally that Dr. G. Trousseau had .also
declined the nomination. Ballots
were then distributed and Air. Tom
Afay was appointed teller. Tho result
of tho ballot elected Dr. G. P.
Androws, physician, and Dr. CD,
Wood, surgeon, to servo until the
annual election next June.
Hons. II. A. Widomann, C. P.
laukea and J. B. Athorton were ap
pointed 1)3- tho chair as a visiting
committee for tho ensuing quarter.
John II. Paty,
To Tim TncsTixs or Tin: Quin:x's
Gentlemen: 1 have tho honor to
submit tho following report for tho
quarter ending August 31, 1892:
Tho number of patients at present
in tho Hospital is 71, viz.: 3D Ha
waiiaus (28 males, 1 1 females), 1
Chinese, 5) Japanese ami 22 of other
nationalities; 2S paying.
Tho number of admissions during
tho quarter was 118, viz.: 51 Hawai
ians (37 males, 17 females), 5 Chi
nese, 21 Japanese and 38 of other
Discharged, H),", viz.: ol Ilawai
ians (32 males, 1!) females), 5 Chi
nese, 18 Japanese and 31 of other
Deaths, 17; viz.: 8 Hawaiians (ti
males, 2 females), 2 Chinese, 1 Japa
nese and 3 of other nationalities.
Of the above one died ton min
utes, 0110 forty minutes and four
within two days after admission.
Tho causes of death were: Angina
poctoris 1, Bright 's Disease 2, Con
sumption (5, Disease of Bladder 1,
Dysentery 1, Hepatitis 1, Alenin
gitis 1, Ovarian Cyst 1, Pleurisy 1,
Tetanus 1, Typhoid Fever 1.
Tho highest number of indoor
patients was 70; lowest f8; daily
average GO. Calls at the dispensary
122. Nuinbor of prescriptions 2591.
The total number of patients
treated at tho Hospital was as fol
lows: June, 1M; July, 103; August,
105, Respectfully submitted,
Word was received by (he steamer
Kinau this morning that the Japa
nese who was taken to Olowalu,
Maui, by Captain Hopkins yesterday
by the Claudino to identify tho place
whero tho Japanese was murdered,
for which two others aro under
sentence, failed to rocogui.o tho spot
or tho pickaxe and seemed lo know
nothing of tho place. Tho Japanese
inspector staled that it seemed tho
man had never boon there. The
whole all'air was a fizzle. It is sup
posed this Jap only wanted to throw
tho authorities oil' the trad; of
another murder ho is accused of
C, J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
MYSTIC LODGE NO. 2, K. of P.
AT TIUO HK.fMTJ.AK COXVKXTIOX UK
Myatic Lodge No. , KnightH of
I'vthliiH, to be held THIS ( Wednesday)
K.YlININtl, the Amplilled Third Itank
will be conferred and other important
businesH will be transacted. All Knight'
(iiiulllloil are retnteMcii to lie present.
I'er order ul thud. l
K.of U. iV B.
Arll'KOIAIi MIIKTINU OK Till: HT.
Andiew's Church AsmicIiUIoii will
be held iu the Cathedial Schoolroom at
....... ..,.,.. .1 imv'lil V IH'I.'VIV1
j t'm, ,.,,1, itlt., I(1 Oonide'r ituMiluiiunM ii!
I condemnation of the proposed Lottery
' Kehemo, All meiuhern of the AK.sociatlon
, are letpieHteil to attend and to liriiiK tlu-Ir
rpHIJClTVSHOKI.NdfillOl' IIAB UK-
opened ami u prepared to do llrat-
class work an funnel
A. It, UOWAT.
J W, MoJtoKAM). Mauugur,
iiUIIUllllUI Kl.'!'" ! Blf'
W.iiKi ii ll mllt. . N ',
Pacific Hardware Co.
White Mountain Ice Cream Freez
ers. From one quart to 12 quarts.
Tho larger sizes with lly wheel.
All attempts to supersede this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Riding Bit, nickel plated.
Pacific Hahdwaiii. Co., Ld.
Fort SI reel.
.A. FKT-OEJA. FOR
Lame Joints and
Gold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. L. Goodman, of Auiator, Cal.,
Miyi: "I have had repeated opportunity
ot'oWrvinu and testing the relieving nnd
healing iiuality of Vita On. when applied
to painful, s-or'e and inllaiued parts, 11I-0 in
lame joint, -piains and bruNc.. I am
confident that to the extent its safe, active
and poweiful healing merits aretried.it
will he considered the indispensable family
&&- For the asl.ing you will reeeive'.i
l.iU Testimonial Letlcr. Head one and do
your own thinking.
Mm, Newman & Co.
CO It NT. IS FOIST AX I) IvlXO ST I SHUTS.
Hawaiian Tramways Co., L'd,
On and Aftor Monday, Sept. 12th, the
NUUANU STREET CAHS
Will l.lvAVK l'AUOA (
(itfio, and UVUItY
until 10:30 1'. M.
:10 A. M., (1:30,
f.tF The-e Cars will run through to l'u
nalioii, via Queen and lSeretanla streets,
OAceptthe 10:10 ami 10:30 r. m., which will
go to l'alania. On Saturdays the 10:10 v. ji.
will go to l'unahou.
.iwssr'?" ' Trfi
I.KAVn WIIA1SF 0::;:! . M., ):.-:!, 7:i:s.
and HVKIJY tf) MIXUTl'.S until
10:13 i M.
BERETAN1A STREET CARS
Will run through to tho Valley, via Queen
street. Times as at present.
FORT & AXiAKEA STREETS CARS
I.r.AVK l'.UKlA (via
chool, I'ort and
a. M., H:X), (on
SimdaVH 0:35), U:3.r, lu':3.ri v. M., 1 ::,
1:35, .r::i5, 0;3.'i, (for I'.ilama 7:3."i i m.)
VltOM WIIAItK (via Port and School
htieet.s) ,S:3.A. M 0:3, 10:3, 11:3,1:3
l'. m., 1 :3, :3, 5:3, il:3 and 7:3 i: t.
tSf All Fort-street Cars will connect
witn lteretanin-strect 1'urt. at Central
gtF Detailed Time Tables may be ob
tained gratis from the Company, or from
lloliion, .ewuian iv ( o,, eonur iing aim
Por S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor,
For SAN FRANCISCO.
TIIK, Al KTUAMrillU'
' ' AUSTR j&JLTJ ' '
wh.i. i.n.vvi; noxoi.ui.i'
holt 1111'. Allow, roar ON
Wednesday, September 14th
Tho underigned are now piuptued to
isue Through Tlcketo from this city lo all
points iu the United Htates.
For further particulars regarding Freight
or I'a&sage apply to
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
MMJt QjBiiJirul Auydj.
3 til 4) ?M &
jJd-sr3' If you don't know the value of rubber hose get a
IIosk Rkf.l iitirl see how much longer it will live.
iSS "Hope deferred innketh the heartsick," and un
less you have credit it has a bad effect on the stomach.
We offer a discount for cash.
BsS?3" Win." 11 poverty is abolished some one will have to
set up an Asylum Tor Homeless Dogs. Our stock of Coi.
lahr and Chains for the pets is unlimited.
Phere's no mending
the clothes you've outgrown
Uur record lor
2T oonsKiering now awiuiiy good tue times ot our
grandfathers were in Honolulu, it's a pity some of the
growlers were, not young enough to enjoy them. Our prices
conform with the times cheaper than ever.
"True character seldom appears on the surface."
The slatternly hole in the heel of one's stocking is usually
covered by well-polished leather. The character of our Nrcw
Olotiiks WiMNiSHiis, however, sticks out all over.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprcckels' Bank.
104 Poi't SU'sot, Honolulu.
To Commence Monday, August 29, 1892,
Two Weeks Only !
THE ENTIWI3 STOCK WILL B13 OFFISH ED AT A
-r GREAT SACIUrTCE -
All Goods will bo Marked in Plain Figures and
Sold fox Oatslx Orxl-y
Bona-fide Sale ! ogr Positive Bargains !
THE REDUCTION WE GUARANTEE FOR
TWO WEEKS 'ONLY
The Popular Millinery House.
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
)2r GOOD FOR THE SICK OR THE WELL &J1
AVu curry in stock tho following Woll-known Brands :
Liebig's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mospera Beef Meal,
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Port Street, - - Hoaaolvilvi, H. I.
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Hay, Grain, Feed Best Refined Alcohol!
N1 ' For Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
CROWN FLOUR In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
For Sale Cheap lu Quantities to Suit. ' at ti. nm:
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