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FitOM AND AFTI3U OOTOUEH 1, 1802.
Leave. Honolulu. .0:15
Leave Honoullull. .7:30"
Arrive Honolulu .8:3.r
A.M. P.M. P.M.
8:45 1:45 4:3rit
0:57 2:57 5:3ot
10:43 3:13 5:l2f
11:55 4:55 0:50t
I'KAiu. City Louai..
Lcavo Honolulu 5:10$ ...
Arrive Pearl City G:4S ...
Arrive Honolulu. 7:30
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
Tides, Bun and Moon.
BY c. J. LYONS.
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42m. a. in.
Time Wlilstlo blow sat Ih. 28m. Sis. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which U the samo as 12h. 0m.
Os, of Uiconwlcli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, MARCH 8, 1893.
Wednesday, Mar. 8.
HUMS Kon-go, Tashiro, from a cruiso
Schr Ka Hae Hawaii from Ulupalakua
Sehr Kulaitimiu from Waipio and Pohoiki
Wednesday, Mar. 8.
Am bk Matilda, Swcnson, for Portland
Stmr Kilanea Hon for Paauhau, Kukaiau
Schr I.iliolilio, for Lysan Island
Selir Kawailani for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr O It Bhhop for Kilauca and Hana-
lci at -1 p m
Schr Mol Wahino for Panuilo at 4 p m
For Maui, per stmr Claudine, March 7
Mrs H O McGruw, S M Kunakanul.
From Walhco, Maui, per stmr Lehua,
Mar.'h 7 Mrs C N Spcncor and John 1'
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, March 7
J A Scott and wife, Mr Akiua, Mrs C
Pertelmann, Miss L K 1'aehaole, O Wol
ters and about 20 on deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
II S S Ranger, from San Francisco
V US Adams, from San Francisco
S S Miike Mam from Yokohama, due
Am 4-mastcd schr Lyman 1) Foster, Dryer,
from Newcastle, NSW
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Newcastle. N S W
Am 4-mstd sclir Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, NSW
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 26
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, NSW
Vessels in Port.
I J M S Kon-go, Tashiro, from
HUMS Naniwa, Togo, from Japan
USPS Mohican from San Francisco
U8S Boston, Wilt.se, from Hilo
H B M S Garnet from Alcapulco
Am bk Hesper, Sodergren, from Newcas
tle, N sV
Am 4-niastcd schr llobt Searles, Peltz,
from Newcastle, N S W
Am bk Matilda, Svenson, from Port
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco Am bk O D Bryant, Jacobsen, from San
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Br 4-masted schr Tai'oro, Thornton, from
Ger bk H Hackfeld, Hilgorloh, from Liver
pool. Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
Schooner Llholiho, Captain Berry, mas
ter, sailed for Lysan Island this afternoon.
The bark Eclipse has been moved out
several feet from the Pacilic Mail dock, in
order that sho moy load sugar In deep
water. Sho is receiving that article from a
schooner. Tho Eclipse which will lcavo
for San Francisco in a day or so will take
tho largest oargo over taken out of Hono
lulu on a sailing vessel.
KAIIilUM In Honolulu, March 7, 1803,
to the wifo of I.. SI. Kailluli, a daugh
ter. LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
John F. Colburn & Co. offer
and koa firewood (mixed) at
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Whaling
bark Hunter and schooner Kulnumnu
off port. Weather hazy; wind high
A Chinaman was arrested this
afternoon for indulging in cho fa.
Clio fa tickets and small change
woro found in his possession.
Whilo a Bulletin paper carrier
was delivering his papers yesterday,
ho mot a herd of cow noar Liliha
street. Ono of the animals madu n
chargo at tho boy but missed. Both
horns struck tho fonco, breaking tho
"Tho peoplo of this vicinity insist
on having Chainborlnin'H Cough
Romedy and do not want any other,"
says John V, Bishoii, of Portland
Mills, Indiana. That is right. Thoy
know it to bo superior to anv other
vuiun, mill ll I1IIIVIIIIIIVO mm
lltlllil nml a.r ...... 1 I... . .....1
euro for urotip, and why should thoy
not insist upon having it. 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers, lien
sou. Smith & Co., agonta for the Ha
L00AL AND. GENERAL NEWS
TIio trmlo wind Inst niglil amount
ed almost to n gain.
Tho appointment of J. J. Koll.v as
a Customs guard is gazetted lo-clay.
Timo for receiving tenders for
printing Custom IIouso report is o.
tondod to Friday.
Mrs. C. N, Spencer arrived from
Wniheo, Maui, yesterday evening by
tho stoainor Loliua.
Should tho S. S. Alameda arrive
early this ovoning tho band will play
at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
Tho dismissal of faithful "public
ollieors without' cause is becoming
too much of a good thing.
Hook & Ladtier Co., defunct vol
unteer dopartmont, will meet this
ovoning in tho Firo Police hall.
Mrs. Mary Clomont Leavitt, tho
tomporaneo loctuior, will leave by
tho S. S. Alameda for San Francisco.
Customs guards Chas. Clark and
Harry Webb aro reported to bo sue
cecdod b3' Von Wert horn, Jr., of
tho droi hundred, and Jamos Kelly.
Special rehearsal of tho St. An
drew's choir this ovoning at 7:30
o'clock, at tho rosidonco of Mrs. C.
Cortificato No. 2 for 20 shares
Mutual Telephone stock is adver
tised as lost, lindor to please return
to J. S. Walker.
Govomor O. D. Frooth loft on tho
schooner Liholiho this afternoon for
his home, Lysan Island, whoro his
wifo and family aro residing.
A stouo foundation for tho new
osplauado front roadway is being
laid. Evidently tho bog in that
quarter is to bo abolished under
Minister King. -
Tho boatman who committed tho
alleged assault on Ollieor Sheahan
on Sunday morning was lined $."()
and $1.80 costs in tho District Court
this morning. Defendant noted an
Ex-Minister C. N. Spencer's fun
oral took placo at 2 o'clock this af
ternoon. Government ollices and
tho courts closed at noon out of res.
pect to tho lamented gentleman's
Mr. M. Mclnoruy, whoso trenti-o
on scientific underwear appears in
this paper, expects a full lino latest
stylo hats by tho Monowai this
week. No excuse for a shocking bad
hat after that.
Havo 3011 thought out that miss
ing word? If only half the tickets
scattered over tho islands in this
Eapor aro votod, there will bo a
andsomo dividend for those who
Dr. Goto, tho Japanese leprosy
specialist, arrived from Japan by tho
Miiko Maru, and reported to tho
Board of Health j'esterday. He will
probably bo sent to the Leper Set
tlement at Molokai.
Thoro was a general scamper of
school children who were playing
hokoy on Palace Squaro this morn
ing when tho school policeman hovo
in sight. Tho youngsters wore
watching the drill of tho Boston's
Tho dredge at work near tho Paci
fic Mail dock pumped up consider
able coal yesterday from tho bottom
of tho bay, whoro it had fallen from
discharging vessels. The coals wero
picked up by men, women and boys,
put in sacks and sold to dilforent
parties, one man purchasing nine
Ah Ling Nui was brought up ih
the Uistrict Uourt tins morning on
a charge of larceny in tho mh-oiuI
degree in Honolulu on Jan. 18, by
stealing diamonds valued at $300,
tho property of Mrs. W. C. Wilder.
Tho Chinaman pleaded guilty and
was committed to tho First Circuit
Court for sentence.
James Dunn, Esq., millionaire,
Managing Director of tho London,
Glasgow and Greenock Sugar Coin
pairy, and Hawaiian, Consul at Glas
gow, was married on the 7th of Feb
ruary at Byswator, England. Mr.
Dunn is a cousin of Mrs. J. S. Walk
er of Honolulu and visited theso isl
ands, spending somo weeks, a few
August T. Dowd, a California pio
neer of 18J8, died in that Slate on
Fob. 22, aged 71 years. Ho discover
ed tho famous Calaoras big trees in
1852. Dowd was n native of Con
necticut. Ho ran away from homo
at tho ago of 1(5 and wbnt to .sea. In
tho spring of 1818 ho deertcd from
his vessel at Martinez and settled at
Mr. J. O. Carter has declined the"
presidency of tho Board of Health,
while still willing to serve as a mem
ber of that body. A meeting of tho
Board will bo hold on Friday when
another President will bo elected.
At tho same time tho assignment of
duty to Dr. Goto, who has leturned
from Japan under engagement by
tho lato Board, will probably bo
Knloiwohi, the famous stroke in
tho lato Hawaiian tug-of-war team,
died at Hilo, Hawaii, a few weeks
ago. It will bo reinoinbered ho was
stabbed by an Aineiicau sailor in
the Empire Saloon homo time ago,
and ho wn advised by a doctor not
to do any hard work. Ho pulled in
the tournament and strained him
selfj his wound not having healed
sulhciontly, and ho died from tho
Kalima was sentenced to pay a
fine of $."() in the District Court thin
morning for grossly cheating a
Chinaman out of $8. According to
tho evidence Kahlua sold the man
goes of twouty-livo trees to a China
uiaii for ?8 and later dinpo-cd of tho
hiinui fruit to auot her .Mongolian for
. AVhon the first buyer wont to
get thu fruit ho found the micoiiiI
limn appropriating it. He. how
ever, gathered four bagHlull of man
goes, whilu the other follow got over
ouo thousand of the liihciuiii fruit.
Kuluuu noted uu appeal.
Mr. Hatch Eloctod in Placo of Mr.
Cooper Now Measures Intro
duced. At a meeting of tho Execulivo nnd
Advisory Councils yesterday after
noon tho resignation of II. E. Coop
er from tho Advisory Council to take
the ollico of Circuit Judge was ac
cepted. Expressions of high regnrd
for Mr. Cooper and his work wore
mndn by Vico-1'residont Damon,
Attornoy-Gouoral Smith and Presi
On tho nomination of Hon. P. C.
Jones, Minister of Fihance, Mr. F.
M. Hatch was unanimously elected
to fill tho vacancy in tho Advisory
Bills were introduced relating to
tho phosphate company's franchise,
proceedings against corporations,
and tho jurisdiction of District Ma
gistrates in cases of misdemeanor.
The President read a letter from
the Consul hi Japan, reporting that
lie had returned Huv. D. Keawea
mahi and other indigent Hawaiian?,
by the steamer Miiko Maru, at a cost
of $3(55. On motion of tho Minister
of Financo the amount was ordered
to bo paid out of tho appropriation
for robot and return of indigent Ha
waHaus. A report of tho vo3-ago of tho
steamer C. R. Bishop in search of
the missing boat of tho wrecked
bark Lad1 Lampson was referred to
tho Financo Committee.
Hon. W. O. Smith, Attornov-Gon-
oral, roportod the roturn of Dr.
Goto, lopros3- specialist, from Japan,
to treat lepers under tho Board of
A bill to prohibit gaming passed
its final reading.
AGAINST THE CLEATS.
An International Tug-of-War Tour
nament to Take Placo this Month.
An international tug-of-war is bo
ing arranged to take placo at tho
Berotania street Armory on Satur
day evening, tho tournament to con
tinue for one week. Tho rules will
bo the samo as regulated tho tourna
ment which was hold here previously.
All entries aro to bo niado with C.
J. McCarthy, to close on Fiiday
noon, March l7tli. A platform will
be erected to bo ready for practico
threo days before tho iirst match.
Five teams American, Japanese,
Hawaiian, English and Norwegian
have signified their willingness to
enter tho tournament. Tho Amer
ican, English and Japanese teams
aro from the war vow-els in port.
There is a hitch in tho English
team's entry, they not being sure
whether the Garnet will bo in port
on tho date of the match, but as it
is moio than probable that another
British vessol will bo here, a team
from tho latter may bo induced to
Prizes will be given tho successful
teams. Tho tournament will create
a furore m athletic circles.
The Store of Soo Hop Sun Entered
Another burglary was committed
the last night, this timb in town. Tho
restaurant of Soo Hop Sun, adjoin
ing Ah Lo's store on Nuuanu street,
near Queen Emma hall, was entered
and tho placo ransacked, and it was
lucky that it did not contain any
extra valuable articles' As it was
ono box of chowing tobacco, two
boxes Manilla cigars, ono box cisar-
I otto paper, six packagos cigarette to
! bacco, sundry small articles and $2
jn cash, all that was in tho drawer,
woio carried oil'.
Tho burglarly was intimated to
police this morning and Captain
Parker investigated tho matter. The
entrance is supposed to have been
made by tho rubber through Chap
lain lane and, after scaling the fence,
ho broke opon tho back door lead
ing to tho restaurant. No cluo lias
been discovered as to the perpet
rator. Where wore tho night pat
rol? DISMISSAL WITHOUT CAUSE.
Case of the Army's Dictating to the
When tho Board of Firo Commis
sioner:, under tho now law, passed
by tho Piovisional Legislature,
organized thoy appointed Mr. Win.
F. Love as their Secretary, ho being
tho only candidate. At the close of
the fourth meeting of the Board,
hold yesterday oveniug, Mr. Love
was iniornieti mat, uncior lnstruc
tions from a higher power, the
higher oowor, thoA,, f) 17 y 1
Hoard could not
io otnor reason was tr
dismissal. This action of tho Board
is only au incident in the internal
war over the "spoils" going on be
tween tho uovernmont and certain
sections of those who installed it iu
power by support of arms.
Booked to Leave.
The following names a"ro booked
at the ollico of V. G. Irwin iV Co, to
leao b' the S. S. Alameda for San
Francisco: M in. Mary Clement Lea
vitt, .). P. Smith; wiTe, daughter and
maid, A. Van Winkle and wife, M. .1.
Lawienco and wife, .Mr. Gibbous, A.
M. Stewart, J. W. lSrnst, N. Vomleg,
Mis Laura F. (ileiiu, IS. W. Ifobard,
Chaplain It. It. Hoes, I'. S. N., W. L.
Higgins, Mr. and Mr. J. 11. Goldth
wait, Minn .M. C. lloldthwait.
TliroiJ days is a very slant timo in
which to cine a had case of rliei
umtibiu: but it can bo done, if tl
proper treatment is adopted, as- will
bo scull by tho following from Jtiiuei
Lambert, of Now IJniiiswick, Ills:
Ml was badly allhctcd with rheuma
tism in tho hips and logs, when I
bought a bottle of t'haiubiirlaiii's
I'aiu Malm. It cured mo in threo
(lii).s. 1 am all redd to-day: and
would insist on every one who is
alllicted with that terrible dihonsso to
uset'liaiiibei'laiii's I'aiu Halm and got
well at once." 50 cent hottlun for
sale by all dealers. Boimou. Smith
k Co., agents for tho llawamtu lwl-uiuls.
" "w-"" I " " - -- -r - --
DISAPP.!.im-D W MflYWflBMV .vs-Bnm x p w a in ai :
Brokon Promises to Onico-Soeklng
Thoro nro n number of indignant
persons around town to-day per
sons who had boon promised posi
tions in tho customs service. Among
them is a ninu named George Wil
son. Ho was formerly a customs
guard, and when the lato revolution
took place ho was alted to take pint.
Wilson resigned his position, and car
ried a gun, being promised that, when
ovorytliing quieted down, ho would
be irivtMi a more reinuiurativo any.
eminent billet. When ma(tei v
canio quiot Wilson m" 1 lor a po
sition, and was told he would bo re
commended for the first opening in
tho Customs service. Yesterday
Wilson received a telephone message
to go to Port Surveyor Sanders and
ask for a position, which ho declined
to do. Aftor being promised a more
remunerative position for carrying
a gun, ho was told to as-k for a minor
placo from tho Fort Surveyor, whom
no had donouncod a few days before
as ono who had got. a good ollico
without taking an active part in tho
Another man who had worked for
the position of Port Surveyor but
failed to got thoro, was asked wheth
er ho would accept a position under
Mr. Sanders. Ho ropliod that ho
would not, however, if anyono was
going to bo removed to mako room
Thoro is disaonsion in tho ranks ot
the "P. G. musket carriers," and it
is reported an indignation mooting
was hold tho other ovoning.
Rivers Banks, toll mo where you
got theso cigars that's a good fel
low. They're the best I have smoked
for ten years.
Banks I don't know whoro thoy
came from, Rivers. Thoy aro some
my wife gave me for a Christmas
present. I'll ask her where
(But Rivers had fallen insensible.)
"Aro you going to wear your new
cloak to tho Christinas service?"
Mrs. Bortou ''I don't know yet.
I haven't asked cook if I can go."
"1 consider,'' said tho now man on
tho staff, deeply hurt, '"that I have
boon snubbed. I am chuck full of
unwritten editorials and thoy'vo sent
mo out to write up tho home-made
pie industry!'' Chicago Tribune.
"Is this fair business," said a New
Yorker .to a Chicago man, "your
town is merely doing what Ohio did
"What is that?" demanded tho
Chicagoan with some asperity.
"Malting capital out of Colum
bus." Detroit 1'iri' I'rcxx.
" I have been afHict-
Biliousnoss, " ed with biliousness
. "and constipation
Constipation,.. for f,fteen yCars;
Stomach "first one and then
Pains. " tion was suggested
" tome and tried but
"' to no purpose. At last a friend
" recommended August Flower. I
" took it according to directions and
" its effects were wonderful, reliev
" ing me of those disagieeable
"stomach pains which I had been
"troubled with so long. Woids
"cannot describe the admiration
"in which I hold your August
" Flower it has given me a new
"lease of life, which before was a
" burden. Such a medicine is a ben
"efaclion to humanity, and its good
" qualities and
"wonderful mer- Jesse Barker,
" its should be
"made known to Printer,
"everyone suffer- Humboldt,
"ing with dyspep
sia or biliousness Kansas, o
G. 0. GKfcEN, Sole Man'fr.Woutiliury.NJ.
LOST OR MISLAID
UltTH'MCATK N'O. PUIS
Hluires Mutual Tnleplnmi' StucK,
tiuuliiiL' in the
name of . M. (iib-.on
i Tr.msfcr lin been
lilonre return to
.1. fi. vai.ki:k,
At $8 Per Cord-CASH
&- AND DKI.lVKltEl) -VX1
A smi'MKXT OF
t.Mbrand Oil Clothing
- i-'ou bam; hv -THEO.
H. DAVIES & CO.
AM1I.Y HATH I NCJ
JX. lto..irl at Wuikikl.
thu uato, Upeulal iirningoiuniHH can liu
made for Family rumen anil hvniilug
llathlnu I'nrlUm. Mx-tf
Dally Jlullvtln, 00 oifa it month,
delivered free, .
u.muummi.., LMm U AM ;
Patent Elastic Seam Drawers!
"We wun t to call tho attention
of our patrons ton novelty which,
from tho favor it litis been re
ceived with, wo believe hits como
to stay and become nil imlispen
siblo article of gout's furnishing, j
A glance at tho cut above will !
show at once tho biipenonty of
goods made in this manner over
tlioso heretofore in vogue.
Si:am Di:awi:i:s arc provided
with un improvement confuting
of tin Elastic Insiiution at the
inner and outer &onms, which
gives elnticity in movement nnd
comfort in fit. The drawers are
cut in figure Qullines and afford
the wearer all the wlvunl.igos of
knit goods, while retaining the
superior comfort ofwoon f.ibric.
The Patknt Elastic Sicam,
which contains no ituiti:i:i;, re
tains its spriugine.xft and wears
longer than the other portion of
the garment. Tt makes the
drawers conform to the position
of the wearer and avoids any
strain, no Tualler what attitude
the body assumes.
It will also ho found thai theso
Patknt Elastic Sham Di:.wi:r.s
are equally well adapted to all
athletic positions and allow the
irreatest freedom and ease of
motion. In the position as- j
sinned in the out, not the least '
tension is produced on the main '
portion of the iioods, while the
elastic seams allow tho transfor
mation of. the figure a- seen in
the position, which would be im- i
possible in others, without pro
ducing great strain on the goods
and friction upon the per-on.
We have now a complete stock
of these goods in all sizes, and
can recommend those made of
the material known as"Ji:..'"'
to be the coolest and bent adapt
ed for those persons who do not
cure to wear woolen fabrics.
They say that there i- "noth
ing new under the sun," but the
follow who said that was all
wrong. He forgot "Gent's Fur
nishings," they're always milk
ing something new in that line.
Tho latest yet, wo have just
received samples of, from tho I
manufacturers. It consists of
Gauze, ralbriggan, or Bilk Un
der Garments with WOOL skill- j
fully woven into the breast and
back to protect tho most vital
purls of the body from cold or
chill. To the many people who
cannot wear all wool goods on
account of the irritation some
times Celt, those goods will bo a
groat boon, as, while I hey will
havo (ho advantage of wearing
cotton fabric, the lungn and
back will have a nice warm cov
ering of wool. From the many
sentiments of approval wo havo
heard regarding these goods we
believe thoni to bo a goud thing
for our cliniiito, and havo plaeed
our orders for a full slock,
which will bo on sale in about
I two mouths.
I To any person uoniriug lo uw
the dimples whieli we lmvo wo
will ho pleased In show tliciu
Tl :0i3eniiig of Spring
lfv &. lf&Z I.v: "ArsTUM.I.V AND "O. 1)
jbEsXwV I 8 H HI I Personally M-lictcd whicli
T JU ; FOR THIS
! I .Three Great
, B &S3 y K M &) K33 W 3 M T H W
Coi'aor Foi't, &
3r JEZ, JL
A Uand-onie l.lm of Viw DimIuih in
'ANCY S.vraiNS, SHADM) SILK. lU'FKCTS
Tln Liii'-t t'lotli in
WASH MATKK1AI, (CI1AI.I.V r.lTlXTrf
S . EHRLICH
Conior Fovt and Hotel Sts.,
H r y
OF Vl'.ltV MMT.lilOl! ijVAl.ITY. AN INVOICE OF
to cov.i'i.rn-: out
Paper, Emery Cloth Sacks,
Gic.it rwn.il iPvillov.s, lja.vua.t Swivels,
Turner's TnJps nnd Shears,
Awls and Tools, Qarden
Beaters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
Scrub Brushes, Paints,
'entral Lrmdim Tluont nnd
lIosi)it.il, Lmiilnn, Kiik.: "I pio
luCinhniuu'H Menthol Inhulur
thu extent ot hundreds per
I"ro:u . H. msuon, tin-
ricrk 111 f I n tn ri itibt lit I V 11 a
tftliiK iiml iirebcriblug jour Menthol
STotu Mr. w. umewooii,
Del Hio. Toxiih : "I urn enthusluttlc
ovuwnur Inlinlur, nnd shall rocom
mencl It iu all my fi lends."
I'roiu JviiHtcrii Jlnnnecr
ltiL'ltt'rcd l'lmriniitlit : "1 have
nsud inur Menthol Inhaler for tho
.ih unto 5 1 are ami raunu u rnvaj-
r lo all myfrlenddasithusdouo
ho much i;oou."
(... l...nn'o KTa..,1.1 Ir.hl
ifSifljilis neat, clean, convenient to
H,'i.XlsSllr.irrv. rli.n;nnt to lisp, prists CO
s tiT2 J' i'.- ' "- -w --. j-
'ijiicents, ana lasts one year. i
Itwrial will convince you. At
P'W'KfwanigKists oroy inauior 50 cenis.
WMPQ v."1;', ......
t. miz anvini haiwmi
Sfi SSSlothu c
!a'lWfl?auniJie for eainii n ana coins."
iMiixtv I?r"i C. II. ItoKers, of
&As!pMhoIlim of HoKer liios.. inlra. of
IBtfiV Silverwaie, Meihlen. Conn.: "I
Vtlhtlll'M ri'rnmmeml Cu-hinnn'H Menthol In-
a'H"..',.tji : r .
HOLLISTER & CO.
109 IPovt Street, - - - KConolialTa, H. I.
IB. F. SHLSRS & GO.
99 XPOKr STK.1UE3T.
AFTi:il 'JAIvlNci srot K ALL KINDS OP
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At liulf t lit; former eo.it.
Velvet Sz, Smyrna PiTjigs
In all -1v.r ,5ii'iitly rtvluceil
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