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Messrs. Charles M. Cooko, W. F. Allen,
Hi B. Cooper mid Alexander Young wore
elected respectively, in tho placed of V. 0.
Wilder, W. K. Cnstlo, Lorrln A. Thurston
and F. A. Wllhelm, resigned.
Tho Provisional (lovernnicnt ns now con
stituted Is as follows;
S. B. DOLE, President and Minister of
J. A. KING, Minister of Interior.
P. C. JONES, Minister of Finance.
W. 0. BMITII, Attorney-General.
W. O. Ashley,
F. W. McChosnoy,
Charlos M. Cooke,
J. A. McCandless,
James F. Morgan,
S. M. Damon,
K. 1). Tenncy,
W. F. Allen,
11. E. Cooper.
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Tho following appointments of Clerks In
tho Judiciary Department have been
Mr. Henry Smith, Clerk of tho Judi
Messrs. F. V. Wundenbcrg and George
Lucas, Deputy Clerks of the Judicium
Department for the First Circuit.
Mr. Goodale Armstrong, Deputy Clerk
of tho Judiciary Department for the Sec
Mr. Daniel Porter, Deputy Clerk of the
Judiciary Department for the Third and
Mr. R. W. T. Purvis, Deputy Clerk of
the Judiciary Depaitmcnt for the Fiftli
The Clerk of the Judiciary Department
is clerk ex officio of all the Courts of Record,
and the Deputy Clerks for the First Cir
cuit are also Clerks of the Supteme Court.
Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1803.
Owing to the Declaration of Martial Law,
rate payers are hereby notified that the
timo of payment is hereby extended to
January 31, 189J.
All such rates remaining unpaid after
the above date will be subject to an addi
tional 10 percent.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kind,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 21, 18!tf.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1893, or thoy will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oalm shall be made at
the Interior Ofllce.
On the other Islands it shall be done at
the Offices of the several Sheriffs.
O. N. WILCOX,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Dec. 2, 1892. 689-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or thost
paying Water Rates, are hereby notified
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purjoses are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
jnd 4 to 0 o'clock p. m., until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. L, Jan. 5, 1893.
From and after this date and until
further notice, all processes of all courh
should be entitled as follows: "In tin
name of the Provisional Government o.
the Hawaiian Islands."
By order of the Supreme Court.
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Aliiolani Hale, Honolulu, January 2o,
All persons having business to transact
at the Government Building may do so be
tween the hours of 9 a. m. and 1 v. H. ilullx
by securing passes on application to tin
officer of the day.
JAMES B. CASTLE,
Secretary of the Ex. and Ad. Councils.
EDWIN A. JONES, Esq., has this daj
been appointed Notary Public for the First
Judicial Circuit of the Kingdom.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 23, 189:t. 031-Iii
S. K. KAEO, Es., has this day been
appointed Notary Public for the Fifth Ju
dicial Circuit of the Kingdom.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 123, 1803. (i31-3t
H. JOHN AHU, Hsu., has this day been
appointed Notary Publiu for the Third Ju
dicial Circuit of the Kingdom,
J. A. KINO,
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. L'.'i, 1803. M-3t
From Brazil to Africa.
Washington, Docombor 12. The
Bureau of American Kepublics has
boon informed of tho formal inaugu
ration of tho South American Cable
Company's Borvico botwoon Brazil
and the coast of Africa.
Tho now cablo lias a total length
of 2101) marine miles. At tho island
of San Luiz do Senegal, on tho coast
of Africa, it connects with the Span
ish National submarine lino to
Cadiz, touching at TouoritTo aud the
Canaries. At Cadiz the messages
aro passed to the marine telegraph
linos for Great Britain aud to the
cable systems of the .Mediterranean,
Tho tolls aro from (5 to 7 francs n
word from Pornaiiiluco to the prin
cipal points in Europe.
Subtoribe fur the Daily Jlulletin, 60
qtnti ytr month,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged lo neither Sect nor Party,
Ilut Established for the Jknrfit of All.
TUESDAY, JAN. 21, 1893.
Tho ollico of Governor does iiol
soom to havo boon abolished by tho
Provisional Govornmont. Perhaps
somo roal duties aro reserved for tho
"It is assorted that tho 800 men
who work in tho Paris sowers aro as
healthy as any other 8(H) Parisiaus,
and that they aro especially free
from infectious diseases." Probably
tho microbes so thickly infest tho
workman that thoy eat each other
up aud havo no chance to hurt him.
A letter appeared in this paper
yesterday, purporting to havo been
written by thrco men of the U. S. S.
Boston on shoro duty. It contained
a reflection on tho Paymaster of tho
ship with regard to tho rations dealt
out to tho camp. Tho letter appear
ing to bo genuine was inserted, but
an effort to find tho writors failed.
Wo aro now assured that no such
men as those of tho signatures are
in Camp Boston, and further that
tho men, as well as tho officers
of tho battalion, aro indignant
at tho reflections contained in tho
letter. We therefore express sincere
regret that tho communication was
published without sufficient investi
gation as to tho porsonal responsi
bility of tho writers aud to tho alle
gations made by them, which wo
fully boliovo nobody in Honolulu
will regard as having any basis of
A San Francisco paper, describing
tho restaurant to bo placed in the
domo of the California building at
the World's Fair, says, "Tho outlook
seems to bo that a light lunch at
Chicago's great Fair is going to cost
anywhere from So to .?2.", and oven
doughnuts aud coffeo won't come
much under 50 cents or $1." If the
big restaurants there command any
such prices then there will bo a good
chance for a liveby business in 25-cent
coffees at tho proposed Hawaiian
cafe of Mr. A. M. Mollis. With some
knowledge of tho cheapness of light
refreshments in Chicago, wo confess
to having folt scoptical as to a pro
fitable trade being driven evon in
Hawaiian coffeo at 25 cents. But
tho California:! estimate must be
based on some trustworthy informa
tion, and wo therefore hope Mr.
Mollis maj bo enabled to go in and
win ducats for himself aud a world
wide good namo for Hawaiian coffee.
A groat deal of adverse comment
lias been heard on the preaching of
political discourses last Sunday by
several religious teachers. Even tho
rough but manly maxim, "Don't hit
a man when ho is down," wa-s dis
regarded by these '"preachers of
peace," in dealing with a woman at
ihat, and in 0110 caso it was ono of
.ior own sex a moro temporary so
journer, too who assailed tho forci
bly deposed Queen. Churches aro
-supposed to oxist for tho spiritual
uenofit of humanity, and to make
political headquarters of them is to
lorfoit for thorn all feelings of rovor
nce. Tho conservative press, ropro
outing tho class that would have
gladly seen the adoption of Mr.
Baldwin's advice to mako haste slow
ly with revolutionary business, ought
to shame those pulpit oracles by tho
.nannor in which it has avoided irri
tating criticism of doings that were
in a great measure most inviting for
criticism. That the end justified
any means seemed to havo been ac
cepted at different stages as ample
oxcuso for both words and actions
that could not stand if gauged b3'
tho goldon rule. Yot thioughout
tho conservative press, with very
slight exceptions, gave tho word and
sot tho example for accepting what
aoomed to bo for tho moment inevit
able, and relying on tho traditional
spirit of fairplay and justice toward
tho weak as well as tho strong abid
ing, as thero is reason to boliovo, in
tho great American nation, for the
k of all wrongs attempted
ittod on either side.
This attitude tho conservative
but tho 1
It is not uondllrivo to poneo and
, , ' . ,
harmony and an iiiiiiiiirmiiruii; sub-
. .1 ,v
mission to tho vocations conditions
of military rulo, for pooplo to liavo
politics thrust down thoir throats
whoa thoy go to church to nb -
, . !, i
tain a brief resptlo from harassing
wiiniuy coucuriiK. now wouiu inewi
political preachers take it, at this
iiiiwWnrit if iiio irnit-fiiifiM tirm!,-,.
, ., . ., , ',.,' ...
limn up iiiu caiiHU ui iiieir din iiuu
jm.mjjiiu, iiiniiiuiig i;uiiyiii)h iiuu
llioir nlrondr noro fooliiiL'H ovortlin
HWCHDinir nwny.nt ono Hiiildmi stroko,
of nil thnir iiiiwiir mul imrl .in Hi.)
' " w
alfairM of thoir own country!
For houvun'H Baku, havo wo not
olltics oiiougli ut tlio Oovoruuiunt
wnilld Htill winli in miraim ," "Hulwl XJIIUIIOSS W UUl . UAl'l . K. 1', I'AJIKIIUN trrtllhicrruil to
WOUKl Still WISH to piirHUO, v ,1 uiCm.iul,.,,! (.l,,Tal. S. H. ClamliiiP."
oast it can oxpoct from tlio mum that in iu tho consorvatorv. ' 0A1T. WM. DAVI1CS transfcrrtil to S. S.
sido is a similar abston-i that vory dark ono--what is its I '..''!""
11 t.liii nrnnint.inrr nf frintinn. miuiuf Jiosioss will your Urat'O. 1 u b ,,.,. :..".:
building aud on tho streets, without,
dragging them into tho houses dedi
cated to tho worship of that God
with whom thoro is neither Jow nor
Greok, Annexationist nor Indepen
dent, Royalist nor Republican? Tho
pious chipporing over politics in tho
native churches is not merely sacri
legiousness and tho refinoinont of
cruelty, but it is of tho height of
impudence and crass folly, which its
authors may congratulate them
selves did not incite dangerous
TOO MUCH SILVER.
Critical Condition of tho Curroncy in
New Yoiik, Jan. 4. Ono obvious
commont called for by tho stock
market at the opening of tho now
year is that it has shown no sign of
financial alarm. "Trustworthy cri
tics," says tho financial writer of tho
Evening Postj "agree, however, that
tho curroncy is threatened with se
rious complications, and unite, as a
rtde, in the opinion that 011I3' heroic
measures can avert sotnothine like a
crisis. Barely a fortnight has passed
since the convulsion in tho market
beginning on December 15, and tho
local money market is gravitating
back to exactly the position occu
pied before 1 ho heavy gold shipments
began. Tho issue of new silver cur
rency at tho rate of 15,000,000 more
a year has contributed an unusually
large supply of money, both direct
ly, through the manufacture of now
nionov. and indirectlv. throuirh the
consequent depression in interest
rates, 'iho grave question then is, I
whether this swelling of the monoy !
fund with silver notes is actually and
of itself foicing out gold. And this
is tho pioblom which tho now year
must von- soon solve."
Washington, Jan. 4. Representa
tive Hartor of Ohio objects to the
silver-purchase suspension resolu
tion introduced in tho Senate by
MePhorson of Now Jersey, on tho
ground that it gives the Secretary of
tho Treasury greater control over
tho subject than any mau could
wish, anil more than Congress ouiht
to place in the hands of any officer j
of the Government. He offored in
tho Hoiiso to-day a substitute in tho
uaturo of a Houso joint resolution
providing as follows:
"All further purchases of silver
bullion by the United States of
America shall ceaso from and after
tho passage or adoption of this reso
lution, and said purchases shall not
be resumed until an international
agreement is reached, which agree
ment shall at least include Groat
Britain, Germany, Franco and tho
United States of America; and which
agreement shall fix tho valuation at
which silver bullion will thereafter
bo received for coinage, without
limit as to tho quant it', at tho mints
of all tho nations who are parties to
said international ngieement."
Hartor thinks this resolution would
accomplish tho same result and not
be open to tho .same objection as
the MePhorson resolution. "It
would, moreover,'' ho says, "bo a
notice to the world that wo aro ready
to join other civilized nations in tho
coinage of silver upon any agreed-
upon international ratio, anu that
meanwhile wo have declined going
on raking their chestnuts in for them
at the risk of commercial disaster
and national disgrace."
Hartor says ho believes silver pur
chases havo greatly contracted tho
curroncy during tho last twenty-four
or twenty-five months, and that
aftor counting in tho notes issued by
the Government in paymont for high
silver, the actual volume of currency
to-day is probably at least $200,000,
000, or ,S250,O00,OOO or 275,000,000
smaller than if wo had boou out of
silver speculation entirely.
For pains in the chost thoro is
nothing better than a flannel cloth
saturated with Chamberlain's Pain
Balm and bound on over the seat of
pain. It will produce a counter irri
tation without blistering, and is not
so disagreeable as mustard; in fact is
much superior to any plaster on ac
count of its pain-relioving qualities.
If used in timo it will prevent pnou
mouia. 50 cent bott les for sale by all
dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
l.OllKI'.li II I'l.l, ANYHOW.
" I know." .-lin !-aid, "it's pud and all that
That Charley and I di-arec
Hut you ought to havo seen the love of a hat
I woio when ho jilted me!"
Cliicuyii J'run lteciml,
Austria has only lfi.'J periodicals.
Paris alone has 2000 daily and week
ly papers. But Paris has also been
engaged in the Panama Canal busi
ness. Ilussia has enacted further restric
tions on llebiew mechanics. Thoy
can exorcise their calling only in
cities where there aro Govornmont
Boards of Trade.
The profits of tho Paris Postollico,
which last year amounted to $10.-
000,000, havo moved the Postollico
! -'lorks to consider what stops thoy
J1?"1,11 tnko for ott," tl,01r "1
HltJl.t.,ll!J Hvit Sfe'iln1" g,jratohl!iry
, tho lumiiht, witli his baok toward us.
,,' ... t 1
l'tvo inoiubors of a wandering
, theatrical party woro loft ponniloss
at Addison, N. Y., rocontly. Thoy
hat up all niglit in a railway station
' fJMl'(,rlS ail oarly in tho morniiiK
thit'o actresses started to do in grim
,.arlust whnt is ;,,,, u. j7,I(0(l
i nUtnil want tlio ties lo (lie noxl
i itKtui alioiinl
a rSSS t!X Ha
tliom. At IJiiiL'limnton t'linv
'' .' I'liilmlolphin.
Hixlrt of ro.si'H
I,.. i.i li.n lit. .1
mr wm irni.i m nm inn miiu.-r
nil mil M wiiTciniu
. OIIS IIS HII)O.SU(l
Dally Jiulletiu, 60 ctntt a month,
' delivered free,
r , ,1 1 tv 1 -....). -
.... o ft i -w.i .. n UAl'l '. 1 SI. WKIHllKI ' 'II trniiyrnrinil n
By liowis J, Iiovoy.
Household -:- Furniture
1 nm Instructed by Mn. FKHD. RCIILKS
SINGER, on account of dcpaiture, to sell
nt auction, at U residence, llurotimln
strcot, corner of Pllkoi street,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 26,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
tho whole of his Household Furniture and
Effects, consisting of
Large Center and Small Rugs,
Two very lmnd'-omo Mantel Top Mirrors,
Upholstered lied Lounge, One line
Parlor Furniture Upholstored In Plush,
Rosewood Center Table. '
Elegant Ktagore, Lneo Curtains nud
Poles, BW Cliellonior,
In Excellent Condition,
By ItniiNiNd it Keix, Now Yoik;
Dressing Mirror, Vnsos, China and Dres
den Ornaments, Handomo Ebony
Screen, Music Stand,
Bronze 8-day Clock & Ornaments,
BW Hat Stand. Chandeliers and Lamps,
Two BW Bedroom Sets, Automatic
Bowing Jlaclilne, uno Asn jieiirooin
Bet. spring air .waitresses,
Mosepiito iCets, Pictures, Rattan Baby
Crib, Baby Carriage,
B. "W. Wardrobe
Crockery, Glass and Platod Ware, Matting,
Meat safe, Refrigerator, Veranda Chairs
and Lounge, Feins,
y-.. . TT. ..
liltClieil StOVQ and UteilSllS,
Patent Kitchen Table, Garden Tools,
Step Ladder, Ac, Arc.
. Special attention is called to the excel
lence of the ahovu Furniture. The linuo
will be opened for inspection on Tuiwluy,
:Mth January, from 10 to 4 o'clock.
Lewis J. Levey,
rrHIUCK HAWAIIAN JJUK1)
JL Mules, Can be seen at w oik
between the Kumchamehu Schools
and the Masonic Temple any day.
Applvto K. A. TllOMAS.
DUHIXO MY TEMPOKAKY AH
Bonce from tho Islands, Charles T.
Wilder has full power of attorney to act
for the tirm of Wilder & Co., and uls-o in
any pergonal matters.
W. C WILDKIt.
HOUSE ON KIXAU,
near Peinacolu street.
K. It. BK.MIKl ,
G07-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
A DIVIDEND (NO. .".) OF SEVEN PEIt
Cent, has been declared ami k paya
ble forthwith at the olllre of the Hawaiian
Bell Telephone Company.
J. F. HHOWX,
January l(i, 1. ilAVlw
BY VIRTUE OF A WHIT OF EXECU
tion issued out of tho Supreme Court
on the Uth day of December, A. D. IS1).',
ngiiiiirt A. F. Qonsalves, defendant, in
favor of J. C. Quintal, plaiutiir, for the sum
of $330.:t0, I have levied upon and shall ex
poso for salo at the Police Station, in the
District of Honolulu. Island of Oahu. at 12
o'clock of WEDNESDAY, tho 25th day of
January, A. D. 1S)J, to the highest bidder,
all the right, title and interest of the said
A. F. Gonsalvcs, defendant, in and to the
following property, unless bald judgment,
interest, costs and my exponses be pre
List of property for sale:
All of the right, title and interest of A.
F. Qonsiilvcs in certain house-lots together
with the buildings thereon, situate on the
west side of Punchbowl street, in Hono
lulu, adjoining tho Hoyal School promi-es,
being premises covered by Apana II of It,
P. IKJ.', L. O. A. '.28.'), to Kuaumono Kamo
liai, and duly convoyed to said A, F. Gon
salves, excepting therefrom a lot contain
ing .07 of an acre on the northerly corner
heretofore duly conveyed to Manuel Cor
reia, subject to a mortgage of $ l."00 to the
Portuguese Jlcnevolent Society, dated
March IS, lb'J2, recorded in Liber I'll, page
CHAS. IJ. WILSON,
Honolulu. Dec. 27. 1802. IIIO -It
Pure & Fresh Machine-made Poi
In iiuantltluH to unit private families or
THE HAWAIIAN FRUIT & TARO CO.,
Cor. Queen ami Alakca sth.
P. O. llox 1!W.
Bell TelepliOii 538,
rpili: FOLLOWING OHANGKS IIAVr.
X ht'cu niailu In the Coiiiiiianil of our
, 0.V1-K PlTZClKUAT.n traiiHrcrrl to 8. B.
"K hmtahou "
WTrT,,. OTnAMDTrtii nn
WIUJBB'B STEAMSHIP OO.
Honolulu, Jan. II), 18!. ii'.'8-lt
A Kuiall Lit of tho Noted
Niu Lea or Dwarf Cocoanut
just iii.,...iv.i f ,,u..
u int r
A8S0TED VAR.ETIE8 OF COCOANUTS.
I . r-TliiiMt stUH nru rurofully n-Ui-tciI
ior iiiuntliiK mul nn Jukt I)ikIiiiiIiik '
irout. A iliiitut;riiili of tbu Dwurf Ooi-on.
nut limy l. muii m 10 hri) of
H. E. MoINTYRE & BRO.
Salw'day, Jan. 21, 1S9S.
In November, 1891, reports
went abroad that Hawaii was
on the verge of a revolution.
Every month since then, and
probably a good many times
before, just such rumors have
been sent away and have
created a great deal of anxiety
in the commercial circles in the
United States. The idea,
there, is, that revolutions mean
a general flattening out ol
business, and a probable fail
ure on the part of merchants
in the rebellious community to
liquidate their bills; that one
half the population carries
guns and the other half wel
ters in red, red gore. The
arrival in San Francisco of the
Commission sent out by the
present government will go
far toward dispelling any fears
or false ideas which the people
may have regarding the situa
tion here. Through it, our
friends across the sea" will
learn of the peaceful and sub
missive character of the Ha
waiian and the gentlemanly
bearing of the white popula
tion who deemed a
Our cousins in the United
States cannot refuse to open
the dgor to Hawaii on . the
score of our being Anarchists,
Dynamiters and general bad
Seldom in history do you
find where governments, Mon
archal governments, are over
thrown even temporarily with
out loss of life. Future histo
rians will record this case as
one of them. Seldom in his
tory do you find that when a
government is overthrown the
people calmly submit to the
inevitable. More danger fol
lows the downfall of a ward
political faction in New York
j than the establishing of a Pro
visional government in these
Islands; the Hawaiians are, at
least, civilized and intelligent.
Speaking of intelligence.
Have you, on your list of ac
quaintances, the name of a
person so lacking in ability to
distinguish between right and
wrong, good and bad, that he
cannot see more points of
superiority in a Hendry
Breaker than any other plow.
If you have, write him down an
and one who needs assistance
The past week has been
busier with us than the corre
sponding week during the two
preceding years. And wc
haven't confined our sales to
cartridges either. Just plain
every-day business which, had
it not been for the revolution
delaying the steamers on Tues
day, we could not have gotten
through with in time for ship
ping. Our men are of the
stuff that would rather wear
out than rust out; but there's
a limit to every man's physi
cal endurance and with our
packers it was reached the
early part of the week. There
is one thing about us that is
limitless: our goods and our
energy. I'erhaps you've no
ticed it just as you have that
the quality of the goods is a
little bit better than our con
temporaries'. People will drink water no
matter under what form of
government they live, borne
think it tastes sweeter when
drank from a cocoanut shell,
J but we voice the sentiment of
the people when we say that
j our new engraved glasses are
the proper thing. The pat
, tern is new here and the sizes
r ... i i s in,
from "I ust a tumbler full up
to a 4hooner."
r . k.
Mow does an entrraved
tumbler at $1.50 per dozen
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0iiuHu HprcclctiU' lllock,
PACIFIC HJUUWARE CO., Ltd.
au.nnain.B' Bloolc, Fort Street.
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1 ifflfc-.l 11 Iw. hft 'l.'jirt''"" JUUTA- 1 JVV.'AZLT! JZil.
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M. & D. WroMit
o 3 "in'rss C Xn V3 " tn 22 ! z "Za
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ALL 0IDH13S FOR,
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - SConolvil-a, HE. I.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced Prices--FOR CASH !
All Prices Harked in Plain Figures !
U5G3iygrTriff-T - f,v:
37 The opportunity is now offered to obtain Clothing'
to Order perfect lit guaranteed and made of High Grade
Goods at Lower Prices than has ever been offered in this
IB. IF1. IHIHEiLIHlIRJB &c GO.
S3 PORT STK.E3B3T.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
K Japanese Silk ami Crepex, al very low pr'ieen.
W Glove and Handkerchief Jh.rcit, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work JJoxch, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
ESs Ladies' and Jfisses' Tailor-made Jackets, from $'3 up.
iK2' Headed Silk, Black Gapes, at ijour own price. .
23f Fans, Jfunicri and Handkerchiefs in tjreat variety.
SS" Dressmaking Under Hie Mar.anomeut ol MISS K. CLARK, jgj
THE HAWAII UOIMICA
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Loadiufl Journals lu tho Kiundoni. '
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