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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAP CO.
IMtOM AND AFTER OCTOBBU 1. 1802.
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Tidos, Sun and Moon.
BY c. J. LYONS.
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Wed. 15 3 20, 3 40 0 20 10 15 G 30 5 68' 0 0
n.m. p.m. 6 69 Sets
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Sun. 19 G 8 n-50'll 301 0 20 G 28 I 9 21
Now Moon on tlio 10th at Mi. 45m. a.m.
Tlino Whistle blow s at 111 28m. 34s. pin of
Honolulu time, which is the samo ns Uli. 0m.
09. p m. of Uicenwich tiino.
Tl DAILY. BULLETIN.
Z.OOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Prosidont oloct Grovor Clovolnntl
will nssumo tho'dutios of his office
on March 4th.
Tho uniforms for tlio National
Guard will bo mado by T. S. Martin
and H. S. Trcglonn & Son.
Tho football ganio on Saturday at
4 p. in. is creating oxoitoinout among
lovors of outdoor sports.
Tho Firo Polico will hold a spooial
mooting this ovoning at thoir now
hall, corner of Fort aud Hotel
Tho band will not play at Emma
Squaro thisovoning as reported but
will play at'tho United Ohiuoso Club
House on King stroot.
Tho board of commissioners of
fences for tho district of Koolaupo
ko, Oahu, now consists of W. H. Lo
well, Awa and Wra, Honry.
Goo. W. do Long Post, No. -15, G.
A. It. will hold a special mooting this
ovoning for installation of officers.
A full attondauco is requested.
Chief Justice Jiidd and Associate
Justice Bickorton visitod tho U. S.
Flagship Mohican this morning and
received tho usual recognition.
Tho Chinoso prisoners in Onhu
Prison colobratod thoir Now Year
indoors to-day. They wore not sont
out with tho other prisoners to work.
Admiral Skorrott, U. S. N., in com
pany with Captain Wiltso of tho
Boston and othor officorSj visitod dif-
ieroni pans oi tuo city m carriages
Mrs. J. G. Lewis has issued invita
tions to the marriage of her daugh
ter Harriot Kawaikapu to Charlos
Blako at Kawaiahao Seminary. Tho
coromony will take placo this even
ing. All men over fifteen yoars of ago
are invited to attend a lecture given
by Mrs. Loavitt at tho Y. M. C. A.
Hall at 7:30 o'clock this ovoning.
Subject: Tho Conduct of Life. Ad
THURSDAY, FEB. 16, 1893.
Thuksuw, Feb. 1G.
Stmr J A Cummins for Ivoolau
"Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Bktne Hilo, IJallister, for San Francisco
4-masted schooner Carrior Dove for San
Stmr Jas Makea for ICapaa
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr J A Cummins 1350 bags sugar.
Vessels in Port.
I J M S Kon-co. Tashiro, from San
"IT S F S Mohican from San Francisco
UBS Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
HUMS Garnet from Alcapulco
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Sabel, from San Fran
cisco Br 4-masted Bchr Tacora, Thorton, from
Qer bk H Hackfold, Hilgorloh, from Liver
pool. Ain ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
Ono of the guards at Oahu Prison
dosorted his post this morning, and
at noon was brought to tho Polico
Station in a stato of intoxication. Ho
had partakon too generously of Chi
Tho Chinese residents commenced
thoir New Year's celebration in earn
est yesterday evening. Tho explod
ing of firecrackers and bombs was
heard all night, notwithstanding
that tho Celestial pastime was limit
ed to 10 o'clock.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
U S S Ranger, from San Francisco
U S S Adams, from San Francisco
IT M U AllinnnA f.n. Unmcto ..n.it !.
Am bktne W H Dimond, Nelson, from San
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-mnated schr Puritan, "Warner, from
Am bk 0 I) Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, duo Fob 10th
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle. NSW
Haw bk R P Itithet, Morrison, from San
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br shin Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Am schr Oceania Vance to Hilo
The steamer W. G. Hall will bo along
from windward ports to-morrow afternoon.
The barkentine S. G. Wilder has com
menced discharging her cargo at Brewer's
Tho barkentine Hilo and four-masted
schooner Carrier Dove are expected to leave
for San Francisco to-morrow with full
cargoes of sugar.
Tho steamer C. R. Bishop left on
her search for tho missing boat of
tho Lady Lampsou shoitly after 5
o'clock yesterday afternoon. Tho
tug Eleu gave her a parting salute
of three whistles as she was passing,
the steamer respondiug.
Tho foiu-masted schooner Carrior
Dovo will leave to-morrow for San
Francisco. She will take a mail
closing at the Post Office at 10
o'clock. All letters must bo marked
"Carrior Dove." Tho schooner has
a fast record and is expected to
make a smart trip.
A Man Pound Doad in tho Boar of
tho Bay Viow Resort.
About 5 o'clock yesterday after
noon a Chinaman named Leo Yuen
Kwai report od at tho Polico Station
that n wnito man was lying doad in
a room in tho roar of tho Bay Viow
Resort, Aala, opposite tlio Railway
Station. Captain Mahaulu wont to
tho placo aud found a man known
as Win, Brazior doad in tho room in
dicated. Dr. Chas. Potorsou was
promptly on tho scono, but his ser
vices woro not neodod, as the man
was past earthly aid. Tho body was
brought to tho Station at 6 o'clock.
In tho room whoro tho man was
lying woro found packages of pow
clors, somo arsenic and an empty
glass standing alongside, ovorything
pointing to a caso of suicide.
Tho intostinos woro removed by
Dr. Peterson aud havo boon placed
in tho hands of Prof. A. B. Lyons of
Oahu Collogo for analysis of tho
contonts. A jury was sworn in this
morning aud tho inquest postponed
until Mr. Lyons makos a roport.
Brazior was brought out horo
from England a year or two ago by
Mr. Thos. Rawlins, soap manufac
turer, to work in his factory as a
soap boiler, a trade in which no was
an export workman. Later ho wont
to work in McChosnoy's soap fac
tory. A Bulletin reporter interviewed
McOhosnoy & Sons this morning re
garding docoasod's connection with
that firm, when tho following facts
Wm. Brazior was in our employ
as soap workor for ono year up to
January 1st last, aud was discharged
on account of oxcessivo drinking,
which unfitted him for his work.
When discharged some $125 was duo
him for wages (whiph wo had retain
ed froni his weekly allowance by his
permission). Ho had mado mention a
low weeks previous to his discharge of
his desire to return to his homo in
England whon his year was up with
us. Knowing there was nothing for
him to do hero, wo offered to give
him a through tickot to his homo
and money to pay his expenses en
routo (which ho said would bo about
$150) and ho promised to start on tho
first vessel leaving in January. Ho
camo in after tho vessel had gone
aud asked for his money, saying ho
guessed ho would not go homo his
family could look out for themselves.
Wo acrain insisted on his iroiii homo.
Ho asked for $20 and loft again. Ho
rofused a ticket homo, but called for
his money in installments wookly
which was givon, tho last amount duo
being paid him somo ton days ago,
since which time wo havo not soon
him. Ho drank continuously and to
Convicted and Put Under Bond to
Keop tho Poaco.
Charles Brown, second niato of tho
wrecked bark Lady Lampson, was
put on trial in the District Court
this morning on a charge of "in
tonding to commit iolonco on tho
porsons of Captain and Mrs. Potor
Bon." Brown ploadod not guilty.
Captain Peterson deposed that on
Tuesday, tho day aftor tho nion
landed in safoty from thoir perilous
ocean voyago, dofondant had como
to tho Eaglo House, whoro ho and
his wifo woro staying, and used tlio
following words: "if you put any
more lios in tho paper about mo, I
will kill you!" Tho cause of this out
burst was tho insertion in tho papers
of his having threatened to kill
Willie Weedou, cabin boy, while in
tho boat. Dofondant also called Mrs.
Potorsou somo bad name. Witness
boliovod that dofondant was not
right in his hoad, aud that his con
nection with tho Salvation Army
and his religions fevers had unbal
anced his mind. Both witness aud
his wifo woro in foar of the dofon
dant. Dofondant stated that tho accusa
tion was falso. Ho had not used auy
threatening language to Mrs. Potor
sou. All ho wont to tho placo for
was to got a roligions book. Receiv
ing tho samo from hor, he turned
and loft as politoly as ho camo. As
to Captain Potorsou wishing to do
hiin any injury, ho did not believe it.
Ho was of tho opinion that it was
Mrs. Peterson's work. She harbored
ill-feeling against him, because ho
was a Salvation Army man.
Brown then mado somo remarks
about when thoy left tho ship first
timo. Ho said that tho time which
thoy should havo utilized iu taking
in provisions was occupiod iu over
loading tho boat with trunks. Ho
said to tho captain that it was dan
gerous, and tho baggago had to bo
Polico Magistrate Foster asked
defendant if no was willing to ship
boforo tho mast on an outward-bound
vossol. Brown answered iu the a flh ill
ative. Tho magistrate then reserved
his decision until l:dU o clock this
Polico Magistrate Foster convict
ed Mato Brown this afternoon and
ordorod hiin to give a bond of $100
with ono good surety to commit no
offonso against tlio persons or pro
port of Captain and Mrs. Potorsou
for ono year from dato. Brown has
not yot furnished tho bond required.
UNITED CHINESE SOCIETY
Bad Break Mado by a Juror Who
Read tho dock Wrong.
Goorgo vs. Holt, bi'gun yoslerday,
is still on trial this afternoon. One
of the native jury unwittingly caiiM'd
tho loss of an hour to tho (Joint
this morning. A rocoss was taken
for fio minutes boforo 11 o'clock.
Our friond thought it was J 2 o'clock,
and tho recess for an hour. So ho
wont off homo. Whon ho not ap
peared in Court, shortly before 12
o'clock, ho was startled at seeing
ovorything .standing still, in position
for businoss, awaiting his arriva'.
Ho ga o tho reason mentioned nbo o
and Judgo Whiting excused him for
his hindering of tho wheels of jus
tice Mr. C. F. Davis, editor of tlio
Bloom field, Iowa, Firmrr, says: I
can recommend Chainborlain'hCough
Remedy to all sufferers with colds
aud croup. I havo used it in my
family for tlio past' two years and
havo found it tho best I over used
for tho purpose for which it is in
tended. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealors. Benson, Smith and Co.,
Agouts for the Hawaiian Islands.
CONTEMPT OF COUNCIL.
at Their Hall.
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every Winter, and last Fall my
friends as well as myself thought
because of my feeble condition, and
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accumulated matter from my lungs,
that my time was close at hand.
When nearly worn out for want of
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Syrup. I am con
fident it saved my
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I found myself rapidly gaining in
health aud weight. I am pleased
to iuforin thee unsolicited that I
am in excellent health and do cer
tainly attribute it to thy Boschee's
German Sytup. C. B. Stickney,
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Head uoids, sore Throat,
Is endorsed by eminent physi
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It contains nothing but crystals
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Headache and Facial Neuralgia
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and in all cn"os I quicker to rollovo pain and
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HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
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pacific; HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Cummins' Bloolc, Port Street,
A bluojackot from H. B. M. S.
Garnet took off his shoos to-day and
walked around town in his stocking
feot. When asked why ho did so, ho
replied that it was such a long timo
since ho trod ou terra firma, ho
wasn't suro whothor ho was ou laud
while ho had his shoes on.
Repeal of tho Bill to License
At yesterday's mooting of tho Ex
ecutive and Advisory Councils Vico
Presidont Damon reminded tho As
sembly that tho Exocutivo had no
right to expond tho public money
without an appropriation. This
was in roferouco to Prosidont Dolo's
statement that the steamer C. It.
Bishop had boon chartered to search
for tho Lady Lanipsou's boat at $200
a day. Tho Prosidont assented to
tho principle as stated.
Mr. Allon reported on tho work of
tho committee on property in tho
palace, giving facts iu agreement
with those iu this paper tho other
On tho roport of tho opium law
eommittoo tho assembly passod the
bill repealing tho License Act aud
re-enacting the old law with somo
Mr. Sheldon, editor of tho Holo
mua, was brought up for contemp
tuous publications on .the Councils,
and, as stated iu yosto'rday's Bulle
tin, was granted time to got coun
sel and thou remanded to custody
of tho Marshal.
Joseph V. Don
rv, of Warsaw, 111..
was troubled with rheumatism and
tried a number of different remedies,
but says nono of thorn seemed to do
him any good, but finally ho got
hold of ono that speedily cured him.
Ho was much pleased with it, mid
folt sure that others similarly alliict
ed would like to know what tho
remedy was that cured hiin. Ho states
for tho bonofit of tlio public that it
is called Chamberlain's Pain Balm,
For sale by all dealers. Boimou,
Smith Si Co., Agents for tho Ilnwai
With respect to tho estate of tho
late A. J. Cartwright, our roport of
yesterday was in error in tho state
ment regarding a minor devise. As
a matter of fact no such doviso ex
ists, and tho wholo of tho estate
goes to tho testator's two adult
sons, subject to tho widow s third or
The U. S. cruiser Boston's battalion
of marines and bluejackets wero re
viewed by Admiral Skorrott yestor
doy afternoon on Palace Squaro.
Crowds lined the squaro and several
cameras and kodaks woro trained on
tho troops. Prosidont Dole was with
the Admiral and staff at tho review
Nineteen Chinoso rosidonts woro
arrested last night on a charge of
common nuisance in lotting off fire
crackers on the stroots. Thoy woro
released on S10 bail each. This
morning thoy pleaded ignorance of
tho law prohibiting such, as thoy
had not soon it in tho papers. Thoy
were reprimanded and discharged.
Tho racing world is looking for
ward to tho groat American Derby
to bo run at tho Washington Park
mooting during tho progross of tho
World's Fair. This will bo tho
greatest threo-yoar-old ovont o or de
cided in America, and $(50,000 will bo
divided up among the throe first
horses. California has won this
classic race more times than any
othor Stuto iu tho Union, not barring
Kentucky', the famous Blue Grass
Root Boor on draught at Bouson,
.Smith & Co.'s.
Aftor shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bouson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Native Fans and Curios in groat
variety at tho "Elite lco Cream Par
lors." Sunburn relieved at 01100 by Cu
cumber Tonic. Beiibon, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort stroot,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone G82.
Mechanics' Homo, ISO and 01 Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c, ana DOo. a night $1
aim fi.i) a wouic,
Proceedings in the Caso of tho Holo
Yestoidav's paper told of the ar
rest of John G. M. Sheldon for dis
respectful publications regarding
the Provisional Government. Tho
imprisoned oditor's friends took ac
tion last night, and with Mr. Potor
sou as counsel had Sheldon produc
ed boforo Judgo Whiting this morn
ing under a writ of haboas corpus
addressed to tho Marshal.
Marshal Ashloy presented tho fol
lowing answer to tho writ:
"W. G. Ashloy, Marshal of tho
Islands, makes return of said writ as
follows: That ho holds tho body of
said John G. M. Sheldon by virtue
of a warrant of arrest issued by tho
Hon. Sanford B. Dole, Prosidont
and Chairman of tho Exocutivo and
Advisory Councils of tho Provisional
Government of tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, and bv tho ordor of tho Coun
cils on a chargo of being guilty of
contempt of said Councils, a copy
of which is mado a part whereof.
Wherefore ho prays that writ of
haboas corpus may bo dismissed and
that said Sheldon who is horo pro
duced in Court may bo remanded
to 'tho custody of the undersigned."
Attorney-General W. O. Smith
and F. M. Hatch appeared for the
Government, and A. P. Potorsou, C.
Croighton, A. Kosa, C. W. Ashford
and J. L. Kaulukou woro retained
for tho defense. The respondent
asked for further timo because tho
return on tho writ and tho Marshal's'
answer had only boon received at
Counsel for tho Government ob
jected to any delay.
Judgo Whiting thought it was
proper to grant time, and ho con
tinued tho hearing until 11 o'clock
Sheldon was produced at a secret
session of tho Councils this after
noon and remanded to tho Marshal's
custody without examination.
CHINESE NEW YEAR.
Tho United Chinese Society
through thoir Prosidont, Goo Kim,
Vice-President, Wong Kwai, and
lnonibors roeohed thoir friends at
thoir hall on. King street, from 12
o'clock to 2 o'cloclv this afternoon.
Messrs. H Fon and Chang Kim
acted as ushers with affability. Tho
following porsons called during tho
reception: Prosidont S. B. Dole, of
tho Provisional Govornmont, with
S. M. Damon, Vico-Presidont, and
P. C. Jonos, Minister of Financo; H.
W. Severance, U. S. Consul-Gonoral;
Judgo Frear, H. F. Glade, Gorman
Consul; F. A. Schaofor, Consul for
Italy and Dean of the Consular
Corps; H. W. Schmidt, Consul for
Norway and Sweden, aud sons; J. F.
Hackfeld, acting Consul for Russia;
J. H. Pflty, Consul, for -tho Nether
lands; Col. J. H. Sopor, Commander-in-Chief
of tho Forces; A. S. Clog
horn, Colloctor-Genoral of Customs,
and G. E. Boardman, Deputy Col
lector; D. Dayton, Prosidont of tho
Board of Health; A. M. Brown,
Deputy Attornoy-Gcnoral; Judgo
Widoniann; G. Smithies, Registrar
of Public Accounts; F. M. Damon,
H. A. Pnrmolee, A. P. Potorsou, O.
W. Ashford, Chas. Croighton, W. A.
Bowon, C. Widoniaun, J. A. Hopper
and a host of others. During the
reception over 0110 hundred persons
A table containing delicious vi
ands was spread iu a room adjoin
ing tho hall, to which tho guests
wore invited as thoy arrived. Tho
Band, under Prof. Borgor, was sta
tioned on tho voranda and discours
ed lino music during tho reception.
The Society is in a piosporous con
dition and enters tho now year, with
encouraging prospects of continued
Mr. C. J. Lvons. in charsro of Wea
ther Bureau, has had made a printed
statement of tho rainfall for 181)2,
for all stations on the islands. It is
for mailing to all observers who hae
furnished records, mid spare copies
can bo had at tho Sunoy office. The
greatest for tho wholo group was
17G.J12 inohes at ono of the two Ho
nomu stations, Hawaii, and the
smallest Ifi CO at Olowalu, Maui. On
Oahu tho greatest was 127.02 at tho
Lnakaha, Nuuanu. watbr works rosor
voir, and tho smallest 20 at Waianao.
LAWX MOWKKS TO LET BY THE
du, week or month HepiiriiiK,
Cleniiini;uiul Blmrpening done; Ditplluitu
I'iucus (uriii-diuil w lien required. Mm liines
mllml fur mill i I'tnrnp.il. Also. llQiinirini:
Garden. Ho-.e in fact, can do an tiling
necessary iironml the house or stable.
Itmy, Mutual Telephone 152.uGEt,3j
a-. -A. Ti.
W. DkLono 1'ost No.
MKNT OaI.., G. A. K.
A SPECIAL MEETING TOR
Installation of Ollictri is
called for THUUSDAY EVEN
ING, Ecli. Kith. All members
are requested to attend.
The Nippon Yusen Kaishu'-f Al Sle.uiier
Will be due at this port on or about tho
'JSth inst. uml will leave for i,
On SATURDAY, March 4th,
rw t M) m i.
-iSTaSjy l i3 H
52iasaa3B-EeHS?Sra5? A :,'WWjryuF
M. ft D. Wrought Steel Ranges !
SELLING OFF !
For information lC'Kardimr l-'roicht
and Passage, npplj to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
Guncral Agent Nippon Yumjii Kaishit.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
W. F. REYNOLDS, Prop.
The article of special convouiouco
In iivurv liniicnlinlil mill nlMi.ii
throughout tho islands, and tho most ' Chinoso from tho highest
at'coplaiHo to hoiui to n tonus nbroail
because it deals only with facts
and figuroais a copy of tho Ha
waiian Annual for lb(J3. Price, 75
coats each, or 85 cents mailed abroad.
Merry, Merry Timo for People of tho
Chinoso Now Year was ushered iu
about 2 o'clock jostorday afternoon
by tho explosion of Jiro-crackors and
bombs, but tho real colobration did
not commence until dusk, whon the
noise made by tho multitudinous
detonations was deafening. It was
more so in town than in tho suburbs.
All tho prominent store,-, owned by
Chinoso merchants woro closed early
and rows of lanterns could bo scon
all along Nuuanu, Hotel and Mauna
kou streets. The gayest apparol
each celestial could afford ho wore,
and women and children likewiso
wero bedecked iu tho finest fashion
of tho llowory kingdom.
Tho doors of all tho stores were
opened and templing dishes, laid
out luxuriously and iu abundance,
greeted tho 03 oh of a visitor. Every
one is wolcomo on those occasions
to tho "bust in tho hoiiho," and that
is tho best tho market affords.
Tho colostitil's salutation of Kong-
Hi was hoard at oory htop. This is
tho season of tho ear when tho
10 highest to the
humblest upend their hard earnings
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION I
A SPECIAL MEETING OK THE TIKE
Polico will lie held THIS (Thursday)
EVENING, to elect temporary olllciirs 111
place of uhduntit'H. A full attendance is
requcstyd. II. AUMITAGE,
RALPH MERKOW. KKOM MI NOT
Corner, Maine, loft homo toou yiurd
'ago; was then SO jinrn of ago; fi feet 10
liichcH in height; dark hair and ios; llrut
joint of thumb ou left hand gone. If he
will communicate with tint uudcrnignud he
I will hear of Humuthliig to bin advantage.
Ii. 11. NOKTON.
Just Received Ex "Australia"
Commencing Mmmj 1 1893.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced Prices FOR CASH 1
All Prices Marked in Plain Figures !
Can bt! been at work
and tlic Mnxoulo Temple any day.
Aujilyto E. II. TilOMAB.
Lawn Tenuh llackrls, $3 JO to $11.
" " Net, till lourt.
" " Poles.
Tups, tju. In 10c,
Croquet Set, $JM0 to $J2.
Jiuse Jlitl!, 10a. to $1.C0.
Jlune Hall Jlut, 10a. to 00c.
Muni, .$1 to $.',.
Cntihir's Glove, iiOc. Id $7.i0.
A LAKGi: ASSORTMENT OP
Children's Picture Books
Pookot Knives & Scissors,
till. AMI (OMI11TI. MM. OC
opportunity is now
)erfVcl lit runrantet'd
off bred to obtain Clothing
and mado of Il'urh Grade
at Lower 1'riees than has ever been offered in this
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