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K I'ATKNTKH UNIIKIS THK LAWS OK THK IIAWUIAN IHI.ANIIm
THK UNDKUSUlNKI) HAVK IIKKS Al'I'OINI'KI) SOI.K AUKNTS F()H
tlit'Do Siikkiiiiki.h nixl tiro now pictured to receive orders.
The grc.it mlvniilnj'i'K to lie derived from the tmu of tliu National Oank '
tillKKUiiKK an1 tluiroiigliiy I'stabli-dnil mul acknowledged hy I'lunU'm
Tliu liiro iiiiiiiIkt of I'l.tiilrra lining tlicm in tliu United Stiile, (lulu,
Argentine Itepuhliu, lVru, Australia ami tuVewlieri', Lear witneim to the.
Tim tico of Um Hiiiikhoki: very largely mignti'iita llm iiuintily of nine ,
llm mill can grind (25 to :.), nUu llm extraction of juien (ft to 12.).
Il n 11 great eitfcguunt, milking known tit once the iireceiico of :iny
pieeen of iron, Make (nTm onrx, or anything tsliicli would heliuMe to damage
the mill, and allowing ample time to umoe mime lief ore damiiging thu mill.
Tliu HlliiKiiiiKii in very atrntigly maile, and from the manner of ita opera
tion it eutx nr team thene pieceK of wihmI or iron without often breaking the
Hhiikkiikii; and if anyihiiig hreakn, it in aim ply mine. of the knivec or culture,
wlueli can he quickly and economic illy u placid. I'lin SiiukimpKU, u He
name iudicati-, team the cane into hIih d of urviug lengths, perfectly open
ing il and allowing the mill to thoroughly preit out the juices without re
quiring the imiueiipu extra power iieceKary to grind or crush the whole
cane. The .SlliiKiiiiKit iprcnd the nlireilded cauu uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the necessity of spreading the hagaic hy
hand between the inilli, where regriudiug in in ue. No greater amount of
Mler capacity in required to opciati the Siikkuuku tliuti that which war
MilUcient for the mill, for tin aliovc hmmhi. Wo furnish full working
drawing for the itirtullatiou of our SiiHKiuiKUrf, eiiahliug any compileul eu- ,
eiueer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering .liKiniliKKi from Us, id-.ise rend small skelch. showing tin ,
diameter and width of the mill mils Willi which Siikkiiiiku ii to he connected,
also the side (either right or left hand as you face tUt delivery side of tin
mill, upon which the mill engine U loiaUil, also the height from lloor line
10 center of front mill roll shaft, and distance center this shaft to front mid
of lad plate. Three Siikkiiukh are now hcing ued by the I tlio Mugar tJo.
and Itawi .Mill, Koh.tla, where they are giving great satisfaction.
rnre ami fiinher particui.ir
IKI.KI'lllINK I 111
IMI'OltTKIl AND M2AL.KK IN
f!nnPEnip& pnnviciTnAiQ fuiiir and ppp.n
wa.wMMAMUi iuuiMiviiM, itJuwH mm mv. j
Fresb California Roll Butter and Island Butter i
flew Goods Received by Every Steamer from San Francisco.
- All Ontrr fiillhfally nlti-ml In. rinlMiKtlim pinrnntrtil. IiIhihI
nml icket with cirr.
Iin(H)ln Huik.k, Kino Smkkt. f;.T. Fout ami Alakka Sthkicts
IIOTII TKI.KI'IKINKK -J 1(1
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill FOUT STKMK'P.
Importers, Wliobalc & Retail liners
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Evory California Steamer.
ICIO - MOtTSK - CJOODS - A - SPKCIAhTY.
iM.ANIti OllUhlH SOMIIITM). 0l gJ0 SATHtfAOTION Ut'AKANTKKU.
IKLKI'IHINK r -
II. K. MolNTYKK & l!K().
IMI'OKTKItS ANI UKtl.Klt IN
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
Nw (lnol Ktii-lvnt hy Kvi-ry I'aeki'l frmn tlir Knrlrrn Htali-i nml Kuriii.
HMtK.SII CAI.IPUUNMA I'ltOUL'CIS lV KVKUY STKAMKIt
All OnUr (nlllifillly alien. w in mm. I (IimhI IVIIvitimI In mii
lrnrl 11I Hii- 1 II) KltKK.
l.ii.ANii Ohukkji Suuioitki) Satiskaution (irHNTKi:i
KAHT rOKVKII KUK'I iMl KINO HrKKK'CH.
w. w. ahana. Empire Saloon,
Knglisti, Scotch and American Guods.
Hljli' 111 1-1 I'll (iiiariinli'fil.
(Jlosuiing it Repairing
Mutual Tele. 668. P. 0. Box IU.
J. J. EGAN
C5 1 4 Fort 3trot
AI.WAY8 ON II AM THK
Latest Styles in Millinery
-THK I.ATKHT IN -
Wbito and Colored Worstod Goods
Til KMOHT COM I'l.KTK STOCK OK
IN THK CITY -
Dressmaking Done by Mrs. Rentier.
HO VMM KLW & CO.,
II N'l'lnllil Hlrii'l.
Tinsmiths, Plumbiug, Etc.
UltOCkKIIY int III.AHMW.MIK
Cane Shredder:6" tar-
may he had liy applying to
IRWIN & CO., L'd..
Sr. A'l'iih fur I he llmrnitoii ttlmutt.
1' O. Itn.X .TO
l' o 111 i.x bit
I', (t III IX lift
i!ornr Hotel & Niiiudii StranU.
Pamily Wines and Brandies
VOKV ani, SHERRY
S3 Years Old.
23. KT. RBQUA,
Rigger & Stevedore,
K.KI IMATKH ANll CONTKACTH ON
Al.l. KI.NbH OK WOKK
Will run rej;iilnrly liiitwri'ii tills Kirtaiiit
WhIiiIiiii, IwiuIIi.iniI, Mukiilidii, Kravte.
mil mid I'aulkl mi the Island ol Oulm.
Kur Friilclit, etc., iippl)' to the (,'upuin.
.- lniilrn at iiIIIik ot J. H. Walker,
tivnr rijiriM'kcln' Hank, Kurt Mree! !rt7-tt
OUYLON TEA AND JEWKLHV, '
I IIKll T( INKOItM TMK I'tHII.IC
1 lliul I liuvu oitiii'il my Htnrti at No. -i'41
Nuiiumi street Willi Oyloii MamitAi'tilrrd I
Jevtrlry be I with llulilta, Htt)itilrin, IVnrli, I
etc, Jnt riTidynl Muni' Turn Cycm Tea i
Irvlt. Aim, Indian llaliaim and llaiitiin
t'lvnrL. An Iiiiik tiuii id my suck la mil
rlloil, W. J. HAIIUIH.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
makes happy wives ami street'
All kinds Machine Needles ami
Attachments to make every woman
Guitars In charm with sntuj and '
leave a happy smile.
Spectacles and Kycylatsrs to Jit
all siyhts so that both old and '
young may he happy.
Dolls and Toys to make the
liemington Typewriters to make
the business man happy.
Tennis Supplies to assist young
men and maidens to achieve hap-1
Purses and Card Cases to make
your best girl happy.
irn7r.t n?tf I'ocke.t Hooks to
make your best Jclloxu happy.
liaseball Supplies to make "our
Visiting Cards and Society
Stationery to convey happiness.
Ojirc Stationery and Wank
Rooks, and to complete, the happi
ness of all
Buy a Stem Winding, Stem
Setting Nickel Plated Watch,
guaranteed a good timekeeper
Corner NuutDu A Hotel Streets.
New Goods! New Goods!
KKI'KIVKII lY KYKItY STKAMKIt.
Silk Dress Goods,
JAl'ANKHK COTTON OKAI'K.
Silk Shirts and Night Shirts.
Hllk lllmr. Hllk NkvUUm.
llniiilkHn'lilrl". Mliitwlii, Htilm.
llonlnry unit UlmmitrK
Silk and C
JniutiiPM TmyN, IIiiiiiImmi Hrrf run.
Tra bi'tn, Klowur I'oti, Ktc, Klc
Prices Clieaper than Ever !
lliK to Inform Hie puliHc tliftt lliey
ImVf tiiriimt n
Branch Store at Mo. 322 Mm Street,
Win-re lliey crry m t-otti)tf tr line t
IIKUItOOM UKTH, (')IAIKH,
HTANlm, Kti'., Kir., Kit-
Furniture Repaired and General Jobbing
at Reaaonable Rates.
VINCJ FAT CHAN,
lUTic'liu 3i Nuiiumi Blri-ft.
QMStind Swept Away.
AM BTII.l, t'KKI'AKKII TO HIIJ'KK.
L Inteiiil, Iteconstruut, or liuilil auytliinit
ii'Ioiij;Iiik to the UiiiUliiiK Trmle.
All orders left with John Null.
KIiik nl rent, will U promptly aliunde. I Ui.
ia : NBW :
The Hawaiian Messenger Service
I-. M. Joiito-on, Manager.
Mutual 509 -TELEPHONES Bell 559
Oltice In Masonic Itnlldln.
We are pre pHml to fnrniili Uiiirnrmnl
.Mcnrngerat all hours. I'r pliicns niul
aalhitactlrm Kiiaranleed. Yon rlnn im up
and wo will do the rent.
atV Hourly rates 40o. Kur dUlniii'f
raM-M pei Meinein.'fr'a Map. 10711
G. E. BOARDMAN,
HO,K AOK.NT IMIl
AGAINST A GENERAL STRIKE.
Diguifled Delivoranco of the Feder-
atiou of Labor.
After An all day so?3ion in CbieaK'
on July IH, tliH uoufurtiuce of the I
vxoc'ittive committee of the Ameri-
ran Federation of Labor ended hy '
declaring that at the present time
n general strike of the allied trades,
would be unwise and injudicious.
To fully substantiate this position a
special committee proposed n reso
miiuu wuiuu wan preseuicu nun
adopted by the conference. The
only dissenting vote were by A. V.
Arnold, of the Order of Hailway
l raintnen, auu J'. H. Mornsev, of tho
Brotherhood of Firomeu, who wore
instructed by their orders to vole
Against the clause which declared
the American Railway Uniou strike,
a just oue. The only other business
transacted by the conference was tliu
passage of a resolution recommend-
nig that the American Federation
of Labor appropriate $10,000 to as-'
sist Ktigouo V. Uobs In thu eaten to
be brought and now pendingngainst I
him in the federal courts. The fol
lowing is a propaganda Adopted by
"The great industrial upheaval ,
now Agitating this count ry nan been
carefully, calmly mid fully consider
ed in a conference of the executive
commit toe of the federation of labor '
mid the executive olllcers and repre
sentatives of theuatioual and inter
national associations and brother .
hoods of railway men called to meet
in the city of Chicago on July 112,
"Ill the light of all the evidence
obtainable and in view of the pecu
liar comolicaliou now Involving the
situation, we are forced to the con
clusion that the best interests of the
unions alliliatrd with the American
Federation of Labor demand that
they refrain from participating in
the general or local strikes which
inav be proposed in connection with
the railway troubles now prevailing. '
In making this declaration, wo ill)
not wish it understood that we aro I
in any wav antagonistic to the labor
organizations now struggling for life
or justice, but rather to the fact
that the prevent contest has become
surrounded and beset with comnli
cations so grave in their nature that
wo cannot consistently advise a
course which would but add to the
"While we may not have tho power
to order a strike of the working
people of our country, we are fully
aware that a recommendation from
this conference to them to lay down
their tools of labor would largely
iullueuce the members of our atlllf-
nted organizations, and appreciating
the rrspoii'ibility resting upon us
and the duty we owe to all. we de
clare it to be the sense of this con
ference that a general strike at this
time is inexpedient, unwise and con
trary to the best interests of the
"We further recommend that all
connected with the American Fede
ration of Labor now out on a sympa
thetic strike should return to work
and those who contemplate going
out mi n sympathetic strike aro
advised to remain at their usual
"In the strike of the American
Hallway Union we recognize uu im
pulsive, vigorous protest against the
gathering, growing forces of pluto
cratiu power and corporation rule.
In the sympathetic movement of
that order, to help the i'ullmau em
ployees, they have demount rated the
hollow sham of I'ullmau'n Pharisai
cal paradise. Mr. I'ullmau, in his
persistent refusal of arbitration, ami
in his heartless, autocratic treat
ment of his employees, has proved
himself a public enemy, liy this
strike the people are once more re
minded of the immense forces held
at the call of corporate capital for
the subjugation of labor. Against
this array of forces and brutal
moneyed autocracy, would it not be
worse than folly to call the men out
ou a general or local strike in these
days of stagnant trade ami commer
"No, belter lei us orgaui.e more
generally, combine more closely,
unite our forces, educate and pre
pare ourselves to protect our inter
ests mj that we may go to the polls
and vote as free men, united and
determined to redeem this country
from its present political and indus
trial inicery, to take il from the
hands of the plutocratic wreckers
and place it in the hands of (he
Chamltcrlaiirs is the best of all.
Vincent J Harltl, of Danbury, Iowa,
has used (Jhauiberluiu's Cough Item
edy whenever ill need of a medicine
for coughs and colds, for the past
live jears and says: "It always helps
me out. If anyone asks me what
kind of cough medicine I use, I re
ply, Chamberlain's, that is the best
of all. 'St and f0c. bottles for sale
by nil dealers. Benson, .Smith &
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Isl
Mechanics' Home, corner Hotel
aud Nuuanu street. Lodging by
day, week or month, Terms: 2fi and
BO cents per night; $1 and 1l.2li per
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just Received nnothor Invoice ol
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
l'lsln niul Figured Silk and CrAp.
MORNING GOWNS 5&rl
t'lnln Silk and Kmliroldercd.
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Hans, Cnslilons,
Kiiibroldcrcii Silk Tea Coile
Table Covers. Ued Covers,
Silk Hnslios, Neckwear.
Beautiful China Ware I
8ntad Howls, Tion-ltoif blades,
I'lnles, Klc, Klc, Klc.
Hllk and Cotton Palatum.
JAPiHESB SCREENS !
Kit-, KlrKsnl banin Shades,
IJainlioo Canes, bilhcli llaskets,
Uanilioo Valliei, Jatiant'SD Trays,
Klc, Klc, Kto., Klc.
Mrs. J. P. P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Wholesale j Retail.
-KUI.I. LINK OK-
Japanese '. Goods I
Silk nod Cotton Dress Goods,
Kuu, Ktn., Kto., Kto.
Silk, Lion and Crape Shirts
- OK COM I'l.KTK STOCK -
Made by Yaniatoya of Yokeliauin.
aT" When you are In nerd of any lino
otJaiHUiexe OikMh, nre n Ural call and
avr K'diiK all around town.
SOS Sort 9u. ntu Cuttom ICsum
A. F. Medeiros & Co.
Merchant 1R Tailors.
IIipIcIKI, iimler ArllliKliin ll"trl.
Latest Patterns in Suitings
llisolvist hy Kvery Hieamrr.
PERFECT FIT OR NO 8ALE.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
Mftnttement and Sals of Propflri)
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Ornci: No. 42 Merchant (Ureal.
t-fU-T-cruV.L TZUEFIXOITX 3 BO.
THIS SPACE IS RE
Pioneer Furniture Co.
SIM mid lilt KliiKUlrna.
e to .a., m:.
Do not forget the time to rln up
152 Mutual Telephone -152.
N. V, BUR.QH18S
U still prepared to repair Garden Hose.
Hprlnklers, Water Tops, KHIiik Haws and
HharpeulnK all klnda tools, Includlnn Carv
I UK RnWfM aud BuUaora. Ijvwii Moweri a
apecialty. Alto BettluK (ilaas. In (act all
klndi of Jnbrilnu Work railed (or and re.
nrnwl UMM II
Corner KIiik A Nnuiiiiu Btb.
Kdw. Woi.TKn, : i I : Maiiaer.
Finest of Wines k Liqnors
Billiard & Reading Room
rillK TO rtTHONri.
MWTtTAI. TTSI.33ISrOiT3a 373,
I Ik'K to lulorin HpurtliiK Men and the
(leiierul 1'tllillf that I am prepared to lln
alr tiiut Iteuoviilu every di-Mirliitlou o(
I'lri-.iriiin, (Iiiiik. Hllle. and lliwul vith
Hkllllully lte.(Kked. lllueliiKainl lirown
lux dona in any ahade. Klrnl-ttlam work
iiianthlp KUarault-mt, ('UHliiiiiera promptly
UNION HTItKKT MONO) HI. II
Thu following tcHtiinonial
has beon received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
HoNol.oirt. II. I., May 'ill, IS!I.
l'Ariric Hahhwari Oo. I.'ii, Honolulu.
You ik my opinion c( t.ucol m n I'altit
I hare expflrliuented with t.urol Oil (or
outside and itistdu work, also on iron work,
paimiiiK my vacuum pan, inaiiilncry and
cenlrKiiKals, with It and the romli linn
been most nallsfnotory. It dries hard
make a better litilih, ioe further an
more unusraciory hi every way man
Certain paint work whlrh was always
sticky with Hti.vM-d oil, dried hard when
l.ttrol Oil was nsvd,
Yotiry truly, Al'ii. Ilaaian
Direction for Use.
Uhp liticot. in wry rcepccl in lln
ranio niitniu-r ho you would llnneeil
nil, with tin1 lnj;lo cxfiinlion llmtyou
may Hilil fully ono-uurtvr inure l,n
(!0i. to tliu Mutnu iUitutity ol i!gm'iit
tliuu you would uf liimceil.
In using nioliilllo, Vvnolluu red, tin
nclirva, iv ml utlior dry plynicntH, il In
iuIvIkkMo to mix up the iiuiiil at lmil
inu diiy ticforc il ia to Im iiscil, llicn
Hilil 11 tlilnl mtirc l.rcot, ami Um pulm
will Im found to mwr well nml liiivi
n Kood gloaa.
NKVKU USK JAPANS.
Wlioru Intrd Mirfiu'iH incli uh llin.ri
atvpa, ulo., an roquirul iter llthiur
only, uovcr u no Jupiius.
l.IKJOI. MIXKM WITH VAK
NISHKS nml HcHlntM tliiilr wnrkiug a ml im
proven tlioir iiiipuiirnni'c nrr iiikv
HIIOIILI) UK UHKll HAMK HAV TIIKV AUK
MIXKD, otlinrwlci! tliu Kitm ol tliu vur
ninli mny bu pruclpitntinl or tin mix
Tliu Hildlllou o( (tiuu i in it of I.u
eoi. to vnriiialieH linen not red lire theli
luhtro nor rulitnl tliuir liurtlenintj; ami
drying nml it prevent llieireriu'.kltiK
m r. iDwixiAnA
ItIi " 111 it ill jl VJl
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Fancy Dress Ball
-IHVKN .vr -
Monday Evening, Aug. 6.
First I'rlio-Bllk Drem, by J. J, Kpui,
(or Mint Orltjliml I'Vuntlu I'tHinne,
Reeoiid I'rire KlrliliiK tlold Krume, by
Ilu- I'aulltu iiarduare Co., (or lint I'Vumle
Third I'rlxe-Kunoy HiiiikIiii; Irfiinp, by
lluvMillim Hurdwiiri" Co., (or HiiniUoineKl
Kourlh Prize -Student l.iumi, hy Cille
X Cooke, (or licit Ountleiimii O.iuiur.
Kllth PrUe-Hllrer Vnse, by K. O. Hull
A' Hon, (or Kent l.udy Dimver.
(or Mut Original Mule Cootuine.
Heventh Prle-(lold Heart Pin, by II. K.
Wiohiiiau, (or Heat Mule I'harui'ter Cos
tiiuie, KlKhth Prlzn -Pair o( HllppiTH, hy Mann
(ueturlliK Hhuu Co., (orrit'ciiud lluil I'Vimile
Ninth Prize-Hat, by Traey, (or llest
Hard '1 lines CiHtume by (lentlemnu.
Tenth Prize Photo. Album, liy Hawaiian
News Co., (or lli-M Hard Tinien Continue
Kleventh Prize-U Shirts, hy Mellls, (or
Keeoiid llnat Mule Ohanu'ter 1 ostium".
Twelfth Prize llottle Peidiuie, hy Heli
con Smith iV Co., (or Second Ileot Lady
Thlrl'enth Pilze -1 Dozen Purls Panels
(or the IIuhI AhsiiiikiI Female Coitionn, hy
.1. .1. Williiiuis. Photoi to be tiikou in Co.
tiime. COMJIITTEK Of AtmA.NOKMKNTM:
.looi'ph I.. Curler, Clutirmun; I.. M,
.lohiiNiiu, J. Klllngcr, II, .erhe, Kd, Towhe.
K. II. MeStocker, Chairman; 10. O.
While, K. A. .Iiu'oIimiii, Win. Kaloii, Prot.
l.yoiiH, J, J. K;iin,
(leo. C. Hirntenieyur.
j i! no km:
.1. II. I'Uhi'r, John Kidnell, Chii'.
MiiwkliM, I,. C. Aldus, J.H. Miirliu, J. K.
.1. W. Prutt. T. P. heverln, .1. Waller
.loin's, Tlmi. Wall.
I. T, Ki'imke.
Tickets Admitting Gentleman and Udlus
Ciii lii I'rocur irou toy Minibsr nl
Vfv"Tv,frC tVl'M " fj iiMliaaamJ I
UKKKKM THK I'UHLUJ
Another Great Opportunltj
To SucurH Home In Onm of tha Mutt
U'dlKhlful Locitlltloa to b
Kouud In thu Pttradt
of tha PrtclOn.
As a healthy resort Pearl Oily ha
already established an enviable reputation.
Many good citizens In this community
liuYeezpcrlcnced tho wonderful ellect pro
duced hy a few da s sojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and kW Kralcfiil testi
mony to the relief they have almost In
stantly K"lted from seven) and Ioiik con
tinued attacks of asthma. Physicians
acquainted with the climate of Pearl City
recommend It as a natural sanitarium.
THE WATER SUPPLY
And can be Increased to meet the needs of
a IMipulntlou equal to the largest oily in
Paor. A. II. Lyons of Oaliu CoIIck
our authority for statins; that the water
supply Is the purest )et illfCovered III this
Special loducemeuts to Burly Settlers:
Knr ninety days from date we will sell
I.OTK ON HPKOIAI. TKK.MH (avorahlo to
iMiiia-IIde settlers. For term of three
mouths from date, lumber and all build
lug materials will m supplied, and deliver
ed at tVurl Olty at much lower price than
ever before obtained.
For further particulars, call at this ottiee
or on any of the lumber dealers in this
city. Those who uow own lots as well as
those who propose to become residents of
that KrowliiKclty, will do well to embrace
this opportunity. Those who avail them
selves of this utter, within the time named,
will he entitled to, ahd will receive the
Yor a term of ten yi-ars, this Company
will carry such residents mid their families
from Pearl City to Honolulu In the morn-'
iiiK (arrlvliiK a little before seven o'clock ,
and from Honolulu to Pearl City In the
eveuliiK lleavltiK Honolulu station a little
utter live o'clock , (or ten cents each way,
a rule less than oue cent per mile. The
rates on all other psuiiner trains ruunliiK
durliiK the day or night will he IJj ee'itt
per mile tlrst class, and 1 cent r mile
A kooiI school is nlioHt lo be oielied III
the PciiliiNula, In the Hue, lnrjje, new
sehool-hoiiiiH ereeted by Mr. J. T. Water
house. Iteildi'iits IIvIiik at Pearl City
heights, (above Pearl Olty station) and
those liuvliib' humvs ou thu Peuiiisula, will
be allotted to ride free on rugulur trains
between Pearl fit) stations to and (rom
Thoe Mho want toeontluue toNeud their
children to svIkmiIs in Honolulu, can have
transportation ou all regular trains to and
(rom Pearl City, (or the purpose of atleud
IiiK school, at live cents each way for each
pupil. This is equal to -M to '.tl mllci ride
for ten cents.
Kquul Inducements for those desiring to
secure homes in this country have never
before been oll'ered to the public.
Tills Company has been requested (rom
abroad to name thu price of all their un
sold land in that locality.
Should a clearance sale lie made lo a
syndicate, uoupiortuulty like the present
would again occur for the purchase of
homes at Pearl City.
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