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MHO RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KKOM AND AKTKK JUNK t. I.
To Kwa Mtl.u
lirAVfc Pearl City
Arrive Kwn Mill.
Leave Kw Mill .
Leave Pearl City
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWO.
Bock Boor in bottles, two for SKjc,
at the "Empire."
Tho Crescents anil H:walN will
play to-tnorrow aft-ruoon.
Capt. NVm. Davitw .lias fully recov
ered from Ills recent illness.
Sorgliiun seed of first -elas quality
is for sale at llio Wnialao ratich.
I TIih Iviunu did not take any pas
1 seniors for the Volcano this trip.
Horsemen will not fail to observe
J)r. liowal's advertisemont of "Stock i lowing items woro passed:
v"ml' LE(IISt,TfRE AND ADVISORY COUNCIL.
Etponsos of election of delegates
PRO VISIONAL LEGISLATURE.
Regular Gonoral Session of the Exe
cutlve and Advisory Councils.
The bill to provide for tho issue
of short term treasury notes passed
with some amendments.
Minister Smith introduced a bill
to permit tho making of wiuo from
Hawaiian grapes. It passed first
reading and was referred to a special
committee consisting of Messrs. Em
meluth, Brown and Etia.
Second readiug of the depart
mental appropriation bill. The fol-
Rich Red Blood
Results from taking Hood
A. Bttturtlsyi" only.
(The gnUjj $ UUtin.
V. O. Irwin iV Co., Ld., announce i
tho Al S. S. Miiki Maru to leave for
Yokohama about July I.
The chime of the Kawaiahao
Church clock is again heard. I'rof.
Van Oicsen has had it repaired.
The monthly meeting of tins 1'io-
FRIDAY, JUNE 1, 1894.
I ueer Btuldinir
will be held at
Kmnw, Juno I.
Stmr Leliua (rum Hrtmnkita
1'riimt, Juno I.
Nor bit Drammeu for HrllMi Coltinililn
tjtuir Klnau for Maul and ltnwall nt '.' i m
Stinr J A Cumniltn fur Kixilnu
Vaitels Leaving To-morrow.
fc'chr J I) Tiillant, Ilctiitorm, tor Sun
.V Loan Association
7:510 Monday evening.
re is no truth in a report that J.",
dor was committed on Bero- -'"J
street by a Japanese on Wed-
and Constitutlouol Convention, 515,
Expenses of tho Advisory Coun
.tVtlR'IAXV DKIW ItTMKST.
Expenses Supremo and Circuit
Pay of interpreters, in all courts
not specially provided for: and ox
idises of witnesses in criminal cases,
Eight Chinamen were arrested
this morning for playing die fa.
Thoy were all liberated by noou on
bonds Piled liv friends.
Cargoes from Island Porte.
Stmr l.huu 7fi tibli niolassci, IU licn.l cat
tle ond s7S lmii xiiKitr.
For Maul and Hawaii, txtr tier Klnnil,
June I A T Atkln.on, Mr Frniivl ami
wife, Ml"i Hiott, Chun Nullity, Mrs A 1 1 or
ncr, V II rililimtiin, I) KhIiuuIi'IIo, Mr
l)uctky, J H Cmmrlo. II YV MM, O A
WlUemann, mid lOdivk.
Veieole In Part.
US8 l'lilUdpltililii, ltiirkcr, (mm I'nllno,
II 1) M 8 Champion, Itooke, from erulvt
HUM BTuknchlho, Nomura, (rom Jniuiu
i .Missionary mukvi Morning nuir, ttur-
latul, from l tin Houlli fvn
Am bktnnJaiic I. ijiniifonl, Jnhnnu. from
Am fulir Ituhcrt Hmldeii, IJhlburj;, from
Nowcaille, N S V
Am lik NomiiIhjv, Mullu.toil, (rum Sew-
nude, N H
Am bk C 1) llryMiit, Jaeuli.uti, (rom Man
UrlK W II Irwin, MoPmmhl, (rum riitn
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Kiiuanii street. Lodging by
day, week or month. Terms: 25 and
Ml coats per nigiit; l ami i.z.i per
There was a fins in a house at the
corner of Hotel and Smith streets
at 1 o'clock this afternoon. The
stote pipe caught lire. Thoro was
The S. S. Arawa now due from the
Colonies, had not been sighted as
this paper goes to press, hliould
she arrive before dark, the I'. G.
band will give a concert nl the Ho
tel. A native named I'uuuku pleaded
guilty in the District Court this
morning, to having no visible means
isf support, and was sentenced to
two months' imprisonment at hard ,
W. P. Kevuolds. of the Golden
Itule Ba.aar, has had the idols re
cently brought from Necker Island
on exhibition in his store, Fort
street. They were taken axwiv to
day bv tho persons who owned them.
An elfort is being made to purchase ,
them for the Bishop Museum, but
the prices demanded have been con
The Annual Meeting of the Jockey
Club Will be a Success.
A week from next Monday tho
tenth annual meeting of the Hawai
ian Jockey Club will take place.
Sinco the admit of W. M. Giffard
into tho socretaryshipi the club has
been booming and it is expected the
meeting on Hawaiian Derb Day
will bo tho finest hold at Kapiolani
Park. The bicycle race, which is
tho first ovent, will bo hotly contest
ed, as local whoolmou are practicing
hard. H. Giles,- who is gonorally
conceded as invincible, is absent on
tho Coast, making the race pretty
doubtful and tho winner hard to
pick. There aro no pointers on this
With a view to give Hitletin
readers a fow tips on tho coming
I horso races, a reporter drove out to
tho track yesterday afternoon. Tho ,
first stablos visited wero the Macfar
lano Stables located near Long
Branch, opposite tho Bishop lot.
Thoro ''Fred Mac," tho wellknown
trottor, an unnamed filly, "Little
One," tho runnor, and a promising
youug stallion wero seen. "Fred
Mao looks a little lleshy, but his which were tcryannotlni:. I tried yrl pre-
trninor t. nf tl.n rmlnimi tlinl lin will ICrlptlOM. Snd lllO o(ilr mf.llClriM. bUt UlCf
be iu good trim on Juno 11. The II . !' ..... AMAA
filly looks like a good ones and may flOOd S SS OulGS
uu uuLiuimuu ilium u iiiitnu n nnuu 1 ... , . . .. .. ,
..,.. xi. xtn..n.U,,.. I... .. v.,,,,,.. 1M not setm tolnffltmp. It fnl
paco. .Mr. Maciarlauo has two young rtticimpt't trr iioo.r Mr.apanu
horses winch win do on mm tracK oeicrmmo 10 Eie "
Tho Gay stables aro located on
tho Lemon premises. When risited
tho horses wero out for a walk.
Thy were met at tho Park. These
wero tho fast runnor, "Senator Stan
ford," Leilaui" and Autonomy."
They ore all runners and aro in fino
fottle. ''Senator" appeared to bo iu
superior condition and will bo in it
from start In finish in tho Hosita
challeutre cuts event. "Amariuo,"
who is to contest the race, is expect
ed from Lahaitia to-tnorrow. Tho
I other animals are iu good trim
I Tom Hollingor will enter two fino
trotters, uutiauied. In the rear of
' his stables is D. H. Davis' stablos,
I where "Creole" with a 2:lf record is
1 doing good work. A black filly with
which Mr. Davis expects to collar a
SJJ2 Headquarters for White Goods
2ST. S. S-A-OKS'
SSO Fori Street, Honolulu.
urchasos of law books for tho
Suproino and Circuit Court, $1000.
Printing and binding Ninth Vol
ume Hawaiian Reports, $2100.
Stationery and incidentals for all
nr.fAHTMr.NT or ronEtov affairs.
Incidentals Foreign Olllco, 2750.
Expenses connected with diplom
atic and consular service, $3250.
Kelief and return of indigent Ha
Expenses of Hawaiian Consulate,
Expenses of Hawaiian Consulate
on last period not presented before
books closed. $307.11.
Unpaid bills of last period; ap
propriation exhausted, Jl.TI.SH.
Hot urn passage of Dr. Makalua,
Incidentals Fiuauco OlUce, $.'1000.
Incidentals Finance Oitice; debt
last period, $3'.1.7I.
Incidentals of Auditor-General,
Printing certificates and bonds,
,Y,'U- which Mr. JJavis expe
I..1 4 ,1... f,..t.l! tV.t.l .1.... . .
muui.'.m in mil- i iiuiir iy em inn-1 i.,,,,,! purse , is also hero
all loans, including commissions Tor t. ,,, condition of the track tho
remittance to London, $IW),000. trotters havo been somewhat handi-
Natiisnal dobt falling due, $ 111,200. capped. Thoy havo been worked on
less estimated cash on hand in the the road, but will probably go on
sinking fund for the redemption of I the track tomorrow. Tho steam
bonds, 5'2.l,200 --520,000. roller has Iseen engaged for the past
Expense of placing loan of IS'.KI. I lWu weeks on tho park track, and it
Ueturti of fine to I'auelua (kj, col
leited under an illeiral sentence. $117.
Sulisidy to the Oalm Itnilwav ami '
Mr. Chat. Walker
Ot San l-'ranctsco.
"For lertral jmm 1 Iist ben troubled with
blotclioi and I'lmpl'i on my laco and body,
which wtre tcry annoy Inc. I tried vrl I
lAt (nil a friend
A Thorough Trial.
After using two bottle, my !:In returned to Its
natural ntnte. 1 Hilt uie It. a It irltri m
strtnpibsnl tlgnr. t ncter bad t.ottrr bcMth
In my life, anil I oha It ! t.ikliia llil' S.irv
Earlll.V ( ius. WMkr.n, with Cirvlll Mfg.
u., rt Eighth ftreet. San FratKlseo.
Hood's Pills aro the best After-dinner
mil, asslit UlgeiUou, cure headache. SCe.
HOUHON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents (or Hawaiian Islands.
KI'I.I. LINK. (U
is developing into oxcelhsut condi
tion. Next meeting will undoubted
ly be a successful one.
Foroign Voinola Expoctod.
i' A 8 8 Arawa, 8lmnrt, frum riyilncy.
A U 8 K (luidlu, IVarur. from llimttkeiiK
ami Yokohama, iluu May 14
Ant bk Amy Turner, from Nu York, July
Ilk XI HuL-kfuld, from l.lvtrKol, Juun l-l.
tiur bk J U (llude, fr I.lvcrxxil, Ajir l-lu
The -li-niiur Klnau left for Hawaii to
The rchuonur J. 1). Tullmit will lo ve t
niorrow fur Han Kmnclteu.
'I ho hteuincri) Iwulanl and Jumri Miikox
will be due to-morrow from Kauai.
Tho I,oliui arrived from llnnnli totlay.
Min leave nkuIii on Monday nflurnooii.
Th Norwi'ulnn bark Dmmmeu loft for
llrltlth Columbia till afternoon hi ballast
The brlantliiu l.'Avvmilro litis iluokrd
at tin Kort-ftru-t wharf wht-ri' hf wll
illavhurKe her cnrKoof cuul. I'aptaln ll-tr-rltou
has Uim ooulraoi for illirharln her.
In the abeucoof hir crnw iittoiidliiK tin
naval court, UHtlven were employed.
An inquest wa held on tho body
of the native man w!io."o death by a
lumber pile falling on him was re
ported iu yesterday's Issue. No
blame was laid on anybody else.
The funeral took iilace at 2 o'clock
this afternoon. It is said that I'uni
kala had been rather venturesome
anil had often been warned against
climbing on the lumber pile.
I'rof. Uradley will start his prepa
ratory singing and theory class very
shortly, as soon as he receives tho
names or a few more young ladies
ami gentlemen. Terms, $5 for throe
months. Names may be left at the
ollice of this paper or at Mr. H rail
ley's residence, Kukui House; after
May 31, 51 Emma street. It is also
proposed to start a violin class for
beginners, at 35c. a lesson.
Land Company, $l(00.
halanes last period not tiau
District Judge, Haua, $12.').
District Judge, Molokai, $100.
District Judge, Wailuku, JUKI,
District Judge, Itipahulu, $25.
District Judge, Lihuo,$225.
District Judge, Kawaihau, $125.
District Judge, North Koua, $100.
District Judge, Waimea, $150.
District Judge, Hamakiia, $225.
Circuit Judge, 2d Circuit. $250.
Consul lienernl, San Francixco.
Al I p. in. the Councils went into
J. A. McCuuillo.ss was elected to
tho Advisory Council In place of E.
The military appropriation bill
was passed, retaining tho com
mander with the rank of colonel.
While at I'eekskill, N. V., Mr. J.
A. Scriven, a prominent manufac
turer of New York City, purchased
a bottle of Chamberlain's Cough
Iteiucdy. Such good results were
obtained from its use that ho sent
i back to the druggist from whom ho
had obtained it for two more bottles
I of the same remedy. When you
, have a cough or cold give this pre
: iiaration a trial and like Mr. Scriven
you will want it when again in need
of such a medicine. It is a remedy
of groat worth and merit. 25 and
50 cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith At Co., Agents for the
Silk and Cotton
Immense Assortment I Lowest Prices I
NAIN80OKS in I'lulti, Htrl-d, Ohecki and i'lald-.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
IN A I.I. UKAISK8 AND I'KICKH.
DIMITIKS In StrltHMt. Cli.okv I'lald? ami Hair t.lu-.
INDIA LI SONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CHAPES.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE. CKEAM AND KCKU
--- IMMKNhK VAItlKTY OK
WHITE . QOODS
AN KNIM.K3B VAIIIKTY OK
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMItltOIISKIlY KIK1INOS In Swl, N'aln-ook and HnmlmrR. In
All Widths with IllK-rtltiK to Ma toll.
All-oTer Embroidery, Embroidery Flounces and Domi Fluuncos.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
Silk, Linen ami Ci'ape Shirts
OK t'OMCI.KTI'. S'IO'-K
Madf li) Yiiiiiatii),! ( YoU'iihainit.
Whi'ii Miti art' In ncsl of mi Hue
of Japniu-i' Uiwhl, jjlvc r llril cili and
lave Koli'K "II ariniiiil lnwn.
. S. LEVY'S
Try the "Cleveland" Black Hose !
SSO I"otl St, naai Cuotorr. Zl3U
AI.KO I'll K
KlltST.ri.AS8 tjf M.ITY.
Mortuary Report for Mny, 1804.
Under I .
I to 5.
S to IU
IU to 'JO
vii to W
40 t(i M
Ml to (
3 3 & A
s a - "
? 5: $ i 1 a
:ii!lu'.'i u i i - i i it s
-vr ok nKrn.
ilholcni nt lnfu
Dliirrlurii . . .
I t Krylulai.
Old Ami-. .
1 I d'-r . .
:t I Kululdf.
UIMI'tHtTIVK MUM 111, MHIUU.m.
May, iwi't r.
Muy, IB'U II
L . . . i
WiirdH.. i -.' :i i :. t nu-iiU-'
JMttliH, . . nun ' m .
Annual death rule r loun per niniilli.'.'.' It'i
Ablatio. . .".Mm
All otln-r- . sM.hi
C. II. Ukvmii i',
Aj;ent Itimrd of lleulili
Injunction on u Bnukrupt Koitor-
Kuywiird Casu on Trial.
A lunipornrv order li;t Ijodii mtvhI
on V. II. Alilricli ut tint xiiit uf '
Ilutiry DjivIh, i! riHiKiuo in bank
ruptcy, forbidding liim to lenvo
tliDiit IhIiiikIh until li'tn cxtrtto iu '
liaukru)U'y i I'ottlod or until tho
furtliiir orditr of tint Court. K- '
spoudoul is nihil Mtiuiiunicd to up.
ptmr within ton tlnys and kIjow faii-'n
why Hid order nhould nut Ik made
JuiIk" Whititttt i lieariiif,' tint tn.
pass eune of Ualpli IC. Foster vs, II.
Nf. Haywurd, captain (f the S. S, '
.Mariposa. Tho following forciKu
jury 13 trMiit,' llio cn: C. .Mett, t
Hall, K. V. HiMiop, A. I. Uatlinld,
11. ,1 .Nolle, . Luv'e, L. 'nu llniiiiu.
(Jouuiel fur tin plaint iir are Y.
Foster and C. W Ashford, for the
ihtfeudant V. A. Kiuiie and CarO-r
i Carter A unn deal of thoteiti
inouy in iu deposiliiinn. made oy
pasoeuerx on the Meamor Mariposa,
on the trip iu which Capt. Ilayward
i alleged to have made the inju
rious statements for which damages
are claimed. One pacUapt of this
Itiiid of tehiimony came In the Mari
posa from Swluey thin week.
Iu the cn'Mi of Camphell, Marshall
Co. s. A. M. Ileattie, T. V. liar
vitj, and .J. !' Morgan, garnishee,
.) intuit Cooper after hearing dis
charged the garuihhee, llartwell
for plaint ilfn; V V Anhfonl for gar
nishee. J mlge Cooper dispoed of Miveral
cao on the tuim calendar, by con
tinuance and otherwise.
.lames Armstrong pelilinns for
- i probate of the will of his late wife.
t ' Louisa X. Armstrong, who left real
estate valued at S'l.'iK) and, in said
will, named petitioner as ueviseo
of tho Now
l",ir -nl"' nt
10 is u
The following descriittiou of the
latest nctpiisition of lliu V. U. is
taken from the Xorth I'acilic I'ilot:
"I'roni lat. 20 tt .'Ul X., and front
long. Hi)' to 180 V between the
Hawaiian Islands aud Ocean Island.
"Seeker Island was discovered by
La I'orouse iu November, 1780. He
describes it as rather mure than J n
mile long, and. 'Ml feet high at most:
-'it does not exhibit a single tree,
but there is much grass towards tho
summit; tho baio rock is covered
with tho dung of birds, ond its white
appearance al.ordrt a contrast to va
riiiim nil hiihIh iiiinu which the
grass has not spriiug up: from a (lis- I
tance of less than a mile, tho Hides I
Lucas, li. Vautlorn, F. i appeared as perpendicular os a wall, '
(. S. Harris, Jr., V. W. i and the sea broke bo violently against i
them that it was impossible to laud '
Iireakers appeared on every J
part of the coast except tho S. L.
point, where there is a small ledge .
of rocks extending seaward about 2
cables' length. I was desirous, bo
fore I continued my course, to ascor
tain whether L'rouud was to bo had: '
l accordingly sounded, ai ditl also j Leave for Yokohama abont July 1,
tint Astroiaim which was nearly
Building and Loan Association.
1MII? IIKOri.Alt MONTHLY Ml'.rI.
JL IiikI1I Ih held nt the I'lianilier el
riimiiierit-oii MONDAY KYKNISO, Junn .
I. s'.il, nt 7;:H o'clivk. '
MW 1'iiviikiiiIk are niMiilred In Oold.
JOHN (I. UoTHWKLL,
lOM-it S-contnr) .
llli: Al STKAMSllll'
tb MIIKI MARU,"
Will ! dm nt this 1'nrt on or nlmut
June 'JMh, and will
$10 A MONTH
Thero l imlhliiK Is-ller
Ihitli it "Clnvelnud," until
liii; iillto o nn , mid with
the flintier !iiiiruvfim nt
iintdc In tho thrt-v vltil
utrts tin Tire, the liim,
and the llrarliiKH It N mi
unttri:trhalile. Sliiinld n
hi in.' I u re occur hy nny mi
llsiinl I'liiinee, llie outer
cover eiin hi) Hlliied from
tint rim, the Inner tuhe re
paired, mid thu wheel he
ruiililliK nnlli linlile nl live
llllniltl'!. I'M Ik u ' I'leve
H. E WALKER,
Aenl, llniinlulii, II I
French KZid Slioe at $2.25
I liiivo hi'i'ii instnii'ti'd hy Mil .J. M. dk Sa k Sii.va,
j pioprii'tor of tho Hawaiian .Iapanksk Ha.aaii, HotcUtrt'ot,
to sell his .stock of JAl'AKBKlj CSOODS. A No, a liig uh-
Hoitint'iit of .lAI'ANIOSIO 1'AI'KU NAPKINS will be sold
Temple of Fashion
Ts&. Q. SILVA,
Beginning Saturday, May 12th,
ivk is'.vnintAiK oru
Grand Removal and Clearance Sale
AT A GKKAT SACKN-'K'K
1U vu opi'ii in our
510 Ftrt Stift.'i.
N'i'W Store known
1 havo two little ,'raiiil I'liildren
who are teotliitiK this lint milliliter '
weather ami arotninlileil with linwel
couiplaint. 1 k'" them Chnmlinr
lain'b Col ie, Cholera ami Diarrlm-a
Iteiiuuiy niul it nets like a charm. I
earnestly recommend n for children
with bowel troubles. I wn mel(
taken with a neeie atiaek of lilnudy
Mux, with cramptt and ain in
xlomach, one third of a hullle n(
thin remedy cured me Within
twenty-four hoiiri I wat nut of lied
and doiiiK my Iioiiho work Jlni. W.
L. DiJN.uuN, ilou-n(iin, Hickman Co.,
Tunu. For Hale hy all dealcm, Hen
nou, Smith tV Co., AK"titH for the
Uookoil for Vancouvnr
The following are honked at the
ollice of T II. D.imkiA I'u. to leave
ontliet' A s m. Araua for Van
Cahin Mi and .Mi-.. I. N. S Wil
lianiN child and iiiiim, Mrs. W I.,
(ireeti, V. lllilchile-oii. II I'rofl, li.
li. II lliiekner. K N.. Mr l.aml
Sieei'ii'-'e Mr. l-'arern. wife and 7
children, .1. I I'r.ier. .1 ('ordoa.
.la- haxlor, A !'. I1' rancor, ,1. II
Sliaild, It. Thollllou, , t 'ouceicei,
I'' li. lladK". A Si. Clair, wife ami -children
,1 l-i inN o L'ihhiih rani I'finl'iiii
I promptly riculnl ill Imp ntli-i nl thr
Hull' li" OMr..
wai nearly a
league to leeward; wo both found
hut 22 fathoms, on a bottom of
broken shellsa depth much shal
lower than we had expected. It ap
pear? to mo that Necker is but the
summit of an island that was mice
very much larger thau it is at pres
ent, and that by deiroe tho sea has ,
undermined and dispersed tin; softer (
parts; the rock, howoor, which ro
mains is ery hard, and will for many
ages resist the action of atmosphere
'"As it was of much importance to
ascertain the extent of the bank, wo
continued to sound, directing our
course westward; the depth gradual
ly increased with our distance from
the laud, aud III miles oil' wo had no
liottom with l.'L'i fathoms of line; but
mi-r tho whole space of the 10
miles the bottom was of coral and
Minister Kiuu' brouijlit back a ko
dak picture of the raising of tho Ha
waiian Hag. Ho himself is standing
by the llagstair iu his shirt sleeves,
while hi boat's crew is grouped b--iije
liim A huge albatross witli
iiutsticii'licd wing is wheeling about
the emblem of Hawaiian dominion
It wa- accoininndalitig lo play "bird
of fiiTil.iin" lo the ling raising cere
I. Mcl'olgan and llapai.twn lriit
worthy clerks iu the I'osl Ollice,
witre given I heir walking papers
"sionlny They wmn relieveu of
their jobs because they did not take
the oath to "uphold the l. li. and
oppose nil mouarchieal forms ot
Willi I'relnlil mid l'aminer.
I'ur further inrtletiliir, nply in
W. (J. IKW1X .V: CO, ld,
Nliinou Viuon Kullm
"Stock Chief," 13,444.
HidgUt. 16.2. Weight, 1,300.
Saturday Afternoon, June 2d,
III NIT A NT STIUiliT.
FIT AND FINISH GUARANTEED.
SKW Tiii h OF
CaslniM'n'K and Sci
.Just Received !
SL."r 3:3C O'C
F'R.OLi I&14 JF
Goods. Luwnti, Eto. Etc.. Etc
4tl1 OF JULY.
Gent's Furnishings of Every Description.
i.il.j .iieeleil lur lhl Cuuiilr)
I Ml I'll.-i -IN I i:IIM. AM SO KM I u
I lll(!tlii -irvi' e-cil M lllllton liimlil nut
lull lii x .1 li ' im- t lMili(il llllllll'il Kit
liiillviinilit lie h' mi rlulht'xi I-.I-
mull. Hi- " eulur einiliirniiitluii, 'IU
iillnii line IreuillliK lllel llierh trntllil
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