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MONDAY, AUG. 20, 1HU4
FrstnAT, Aiir. 10.
Brbk RovalTnr, Konnorly, 3.1 days from
Newcaiile, N S W
Brbk tilnmra. Itrown, M days from New
castle, N 8 W
Btmr Claadlnc from Maul
Bttur Mlkahala from Kauai
Miisiiat, Aur. 20.
Btmr Kaala for Wnlnuae, Walatitu and
Mokiileia at. U n tit
Html Mokoltl fur Molokat and '.anal
6tmr Walalcalc for Knital nt 4 m
VeaeU Leaving To-morrow
Bk Albert, OrlfTltlu, for Run FrnncUco at
10 n in
Bluir W 0 Hall fur Maul and Haw nil at 10
Hluir Clandlno for vorts on Manl at A i in
oimr Ainanaia tor rtnitai m o ji ni
Oargoea from Island Porta.
Sliar Clnudlnn HC'I bait i"0'nlv 177 Ihir
orn, i lioad rntilo, Ul lioka, I lior-e,
Jl'8 picvf ka lumber, and llll p.ioK
agsantidiloii. 8uir Mlknlia'a IMS hags nintr, 110 btit
rice, 21 bag p'liimls, 14 tolls liMei, w
brad of eb(pi, 1 liorju, and '5 jnclc
LOCAL AND aKKKKAX WKWP
The steamer Llkellko is boiujr cot
ready for the sugar season,
; G. D. Oilman will leavo on the
hark Albert to-morrow (or San
i Tho S. S. Australia took eighty
I passengers lor Sau Francico ou
I Saturday last.
P. H. Bttrnotte, treasurer of the
soldiers' bank at tliu Exuctttive
building, left on the S. S. Australia
Mrs. Bradley and Miss Cornny
had a goodly atteudanre of little
ones at tho opening of their private
primary school to-day.
Several de.erters from the bark
Amy Turner have been reported.
Tho sailors havo evidently no desiro
to visit China, at least not at pro
Kawniuui was sentenced to rar n
' fine of $100 in the Ditrict Court to
1 day for selling liquor without a
l Hi fuse. A similar line was imposed
I on K. Patau.
THE DATS OP MIEA0LE3.
Opium Reported Turned Into Reli
A protly good story of alleged
otlicial derelietion of duty is In cir
culation, of which tho olllcial or
gans, whothor informed or other
wise, nre silout. It appears that on
tho arrival of the steamer Australia
ou tho 11th instaut, from San Fran
cisco, information camo to the Port
Surveyor that a shipment of opium
POOR SHOW BY QBEEK OEOBGE.
Ha Doe Nothing Remarkable and
Ha a Small House.
Dr. John T. Hatzopulos, alias
Greek George, gave au exhibition of
bis strougth at the Opera House on
Saturday evening. The exhibition
lasted about au hour and consisted
of throe or four feats. One was lift
ing Jos. Marsdon on a chair about
a foot off the floor. Two Rent lemeu
broke a granite stone on the doctor's
SaV My Wife's Life
was aboard. Tho box iu which tho breast. Ho snapped ropos with his
. .- I l 1 ' ... A.-. . XX. lirlikl t mi man
L. J. Lovev will se
sortmeut of curios,
I shells, an ns
to the lalo
Vrmii Hongkong. ior bk Velocity, Anr
18 -J W Hrotu ntid U nialo Mid 3 Icrtmlo
Kroiu Knual, tier stmt Mlttaliatn, Anc 10
-V Knudsin. A Dreler, W I-MmIk, It H
llcluvcri-iie, It Kaufman. C II Mnkeo. 0
Cxile, 11 -chtitM'. W W Hnrrlnand nlfu,
0 It MuVeigh, W Itltw, and HI ilcclc.
Knjtii Mmil, irr ilror lui'lliie, Auk l
Mill Wudelimts-. Mrs A V Cookn nr.d 2
daughters. Mrs Kuyrnrih ami ilniiglitr.
Mist unfile IUut-r, Mrs li Mink and
child. I. 0 ay. M II Ktiitcr, W Uarcluy,
MimHowI-. Mn rnin.b-ll. Miss M Nu
ton, I. Von TnnniKky. Mini O lluii'lilimo'i.
Ke Kills ond wife, J K llo'ititm, Mrs Ku
kann, llni llvrtron, flro l'lilllp, Mr
drug was sent was fully described,
and n watch was set when tho box
was lauded on the wharf. A man by
t'o namo of Hamilton was detailed
to watch the owner of the box, if one
should happen to mako tho claim. A
few days elapsed without anyono
proving ownership, and all of a sud
den ono night the box disappeared.
The Port Surveyor wns thunder
struck, a search was instituted, and
after searching high mid low tho
box was fouud to all external ap
pearances uutampered with in a
warehouse. A sigh of relief escaped
from the Port Surveyor as tho re
covery was made, but. his hopes wero
dashed to pieces tho next Instant
when, after opening the box, ho
it tlaatt link iti!llii Iiw1 Itnikll
Tlmnina Tnnnnlt l lmiai iKiliirAniti nt I
,,, ii it. ', V miraculously trinsioriuea inlo re-
10 o clock on Wednesday. .,,,, tnvfPi iinniifoi,f ,, WB,,.,
G. D. Oilman of Boston will lee- mnu, was tired i the Port. Surveyor Is
lure at th Y. M.C.A. hall ou Tuos-' K1('omv. ml ,,,w iinuTwntri. will
day ovoniug, on "Hawaii as it was , "t lnaiiic on tho life of a
fifty years ag(.." The lecture, wbiuh I '"au who dares to approach the Port,
will begin at 7:30 o'clock, will bo , Survojor and talk religion to him.
freo- It seems that tho days of miracles
' , - - , I at the Custom House, boguu in 1887,
The Chinaman who was asaultcd Ar, ,t, (,ver jet.
at tho Pali is still in tho hospital. port Surveyor Sanders, when seen
fv. . . ''"" -' j i-uay, siaii-u inav inen wns n pni'B.-i
gerald in the ineautime occupy cells njro come down ou tho Australia. U '
at the htation, mvaittng bis recovery. wa, lnced tintior tho care of au otll
foreflnuer. Ho lilted two men
standing in the palms of his hands.
The final exhibition was to have
been a horse see-sawing on his chest.
The animal being frightened refused
to walk over the board, and the pro
fessor requosted four men to sit on
him. The men came out and after
a few seconds tho professor ordered
them to got off. Arising on his feet
the professor announced, "That is
all to-night." Tho few who attended
wero of the opinion that the exhibi
tion was a fake.
Adeline Black Stockings !
NTev Shipment Just to Hand
THE PACIFIC WHEELMEN.
They Do the
The PaciOo Wheelmen to tho
number of seventeen met in front
of the Opera Houso at 9 o'clock
i yesterday morning for a run. About
i nn hour later the wheelmen started
for Moanatua, and after doing tho
j district returned to town, and headed
j for Sans Souei. After having a dip
' in tho briuo and polishing off six
watermelons a run was made for
town. Chinatown was explored and
later tho wheelmen assembled on
the Arlington lawn, whew they were
photographed by A. W. Bolster.
John ir. iTotiea
" Of tny ewn free will and accord, nnblaied b J
anyone, and wlihlng only to do Rood to tha
afflicted. I wish t Ml of the good quatltlM of
flood's Sanaparlila and MooJ'i IM1H. I think
there are no medlcln'i equal to tlictn. and hm
prove Uiclr merit ty cicrlcncp In my own
lamtlr. Mr wile, luclicl. Iiii born alillcud
with ttraknc, iictToiMnj! and lalt rheum. 1
pent nearly nil fiat I Iwl of tlih world a Rijodi
for lic-t i Mil and medlclno until we dcclJad
to try HiKhl'i Har-aparil!. It undoubtedly
Saved My Vlfo From tho Crave.
Ttia lalt rheum bas entirely fce ftled and tha It
rrtfrtd I cwt bmt'h. 1 bnte rniny
frl!id and retain e Iu Uig east who will b
glad to know Hut
SBO fori 8trt, Honolulu
The Adeline Black Stockings
Are eerululy THE 11KPT Thev ar vry K'nMlc, Kast Black and art
absolutely Htalniess V Imve llicm fur
LADIES, GIRLS, BOYS AND MEN
fn all Sites and Qualities. In Plain Cotton, In Mole
Thrrad, In Open Work and Dn. Htlti'b
Call for Adeline Black Stockings I
WK ALSO HAVE THK
HKKMSDORF BLACK STOCKINGS
Warranted Kat Black, for Ladl In alt Slcee which we are Mlllnjr
$J6(I a lK.ien I'alr.
n.n euieJ raj
JnllN XV. JotKS
IheClitnnmati has failodlo identify ..,.r. as It was susnecttHl tho box con-I Henrv Giles, the chamuiou bloy
either mau. I IniniKl imlmn. Wlii.n tint iae km i ollal.leil the nrooessiou on the tour.
i n,.n,n,.tr i."r...f tr ' finally opened it was found that It . Tho Pacific Wheelmen intend to
At. llio request of tun pastor of Ka- , ... .f ' . , ...,. ..., I ... ... ,. .. Ul..i.
The Government band plays at
MOOD'S PlLLS rOi " tterdtnatr rill
uttit rt:ttl.m, ent buh Tr boa. U.
jriOHUON SKWMAN Jt CO.
AnenU for Hawaiian lclsniU.
. ,i(i,",',i,iir. i finally opened it was found that It
fficl H..v H ritfp I had &eii tampered with and some
.'V';, . i.t r"f":. thing taken out. Mr. Sanders was
Mr. Gorham D. Oilman delivered au
nildrchs at elurday morning sor
tice, iu Hawaiian. It wa romuwhat
iu the nature of reminiscences of tho
old churches and those who used to
atteud them iu thu fortius.
The hnrkciitlnn John Smith has sailed
for Kaluilnl with Vii loin uf coal.
The Br'tlnh hark Jtoynl Tnr. Captain
Kennedy, arrived yctr.lay, M ilsya from
Newcastle, X. 8. W with uuttouaof coal
Th bark O'ninn, fmiinln O Brown, ar
rived vr.ttriNy, fK)tlny fr.'tn Neweni'lf,
N. H. W., with imutoii of coal furthf I I.
a X. Co.
'Iho A. S. AUKtmlla took th following
cxp-itt for tin Umrtt Jli'l bate aiiKnr, W
l. Irwin it Co J -10m ling-i lire, Hifi I'Iioiik
& Co ! ICO hup (1e., M I'hllllp ,t ') ; H4l
haudo, ilvuinii llroi; 'Hi txlla hidrp,'2lHllk
roiiektiM.V K. I'ord'r: loTlxlhttreen Mdrx,
ft hdla RoaiKklti". 'ZMMIsdry hldi's, M. W.
MvCheriioy Si y.iim: A IiiicIm hunaiian,
Oousalrrt.tCo.i 't bncli do., 0. Wilrox;
lsu IjiicIis do., .'SO IxlU iititarcane, 7lix
fruit, Hlni; SlnV; 212 lutein baiinuaii, Tmii
K. K. Co : ii x trull, J Klaletl it Co ; 42
bnrht liitiiHUiix, Kl hxn Irult, Sam Wo; IU
bast colTu, M. I'lillili-a A' Co. ; H bxa nvtel
leaven, QuntiK Wuli tin Si di.; 'Ml UIN
Itrttn bldea, ".J Walter; MJ lmK rive,
4 bK -Ollc.i, llyiiinn Hron ; "Jlli buirtrlcu,
W. S. Urlnlmuiu .t Co ; 21 bx plnos J.
Shaw; 0 b do., Pearl C. K. Co. ; .IJhnchi
hannnai, 47 bxa fruit, Y. I.tini Sltig; IHi
Tjncln batianat, 31 bi fruit, O. I.irnritun:
P000 litichi Imnaiiaa, Cnmpboll, Marnluill
nnntitii In tnt iiottirilv that tliero
hail Im'oii opium in tho box, but ho Emma Squaru this evening.
suspected that such nail Deen tut
cao. Tho olllcer was discharged for
his nou-atteuliveiu'ss to duty.
The public band, under the leader
shin of Prof. Dercer. will trlve a cou-
J cert this evening at 7:30 o'clock, at
IJtnma Square. Following is the
A certain person doing business
ou Port street should remember that
the drinking cups attached to tho
fountain at HackfehlV corner wero
put there for thu benefit of tho peo
iilo not his dogs. If he is too
fastidious to d riti It from thu cups
himself, there are hundreds of peo
phi who do m) them, and would lo
iikelv to rooont it if thur saw him
yesterday giving his dogs a drink l'hlnfVl"-T'V-,"l'?""'r
out oi llto cups
Ou Tuesday evening, September I (jnnltiro- Herman '(itiK. Beeper
I, Mr. Wray Tavlor will glvo an or- Mach-.M tl.mdim Himiiaekrr
J tw a "in t I tVaat XI. .1 1L.IU Kill IT
gan concert iu liauuiakapiii cnurcn, j,,;;.'-; HtUt.lnt.. . ....... M Blocker
! J. J. EC AN
514 Fori Street
Inteniiexz i 'V vmlerU
BWEXKOS-tn this city, Ang-'si 10. isf)l,
Kitells M., tx'luvtd wt'u of Captain
Ctl Hweiou, ol Ihu bark Malllila,
aged about VI jearii.
beitiir the first of a new series. Ou
this occasion the public will Imvt.
the pleaiurtt of hearing Mrs. J. T. I
Lewi, soprano, Miss Mclnlyre, vio-,
linist, Mr. (Jhas. Kreiiler, solo cor-,
uellst, Prof. II. IttTger autl others, i
I'he proKramme will bo uu interest
ing one, in fact, a regular Knutualta-
Itili programmu. Vull particulars !
August 20, 1801.
Aly Ulenriiiu'o oule whs a f
BiictChH. It did just what I
intended, h. : cl aiud my
Hhclvt'H and crave mo roiun t
"(1..UU0.1 1 diKpltiy my Nuw Goods. They
aic ull ohmi and tuuy lor in
spection. I Khali only men
tion a few leaders to-day and
I want to head the 1't with
Death uf Mr Bwenson.
Mrs. Est e) la Rwnnson, the youth
ful wife of Captain Swunsou, of the
bark Matilda, died at her residence,
Punchbowl street, yesterday. Mrs.
Swenson wan about twenty ono 3 ears
of age and had not bocu married
more than four mouths. Captain
Bwenson was murried iu Port Gam
ble, his wifu accompanying him to
Honolulu ou the Matilda. Shortly
after arriving hero Mis. Swoiihou bo
eatuo ill and gradually grew worse
until her death. The funeral took
place at 9;U0 o'clock thin morning
from the undertaking rooms of U. 11.
Williams Ai Co. Captain Svvuuson
is with his vessel, thu bark Matilda,
at Port Gamble loading lumber for
this port. Ho will probably not re
ceive the sad now till his arrival
1 1 m 1
MHchouica' Home, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu street. Lodging hj
day, week or month. Terms: 2o autl
fJOi'ttnU pMr uitthti (I and tl.2i pt
LUST UND rKEUDE.
Th Mitnnurchor and Frlunds Spend
a Happy Duy
Yesterday morning early the
Mauuurchor and their f.imilfcs and
frieuds seated lhemolves iu three
wagonettes and started out to Wni
alae. After a most delightful diivo
they reuched the spot, appointed ou
Paul le nhcrg's rancli. A most boun
teous luie'heou was spread autl
overybodv proctx-ded to enjoy them
selves. Sports of various kinds par
1 initiated In by all members of the
families from the youngest totlin
had, autl at Int
bers sang glees, part sougfi, and
cliornles. instrumental quartets uy
Professor Yariidley autl other musi
cal members also enlivened thu syl
van scene. About half past two the
party adjourned to Kapiolaui Park,
tvhere another al fresco spread wa
had, and iu the evening thu gay
parly returned to town all pleased
with their pleasant dav'a outintr.
Coming through town the three
wagonettes, full of happy people
singing and decorated with tho
German, American and Hawaiian
Hags in the order named, wero a
pleasant sight to seu. -lti winter
nrheit nhtner Iftrrrn.
"Win -n the tradu finds titnt
to ionht our assertions about
sides and prices, hut one con
clusion enn he formed, and
that is that we are setting the
pnee ou prices as well as doing
thu business. Thine. is au old
proverb that "what is one
man's loss is another man's
cord and cltauirc it to
is oitr gain by ti-adin
aie iroinir on ro-
chaugc it to "what
i the youngest to tlw I H mu ,. J,y increartcd btl-
horlost to the tallesU, . . ., J ,. .
to the stoutest, wore HIIH'SH, IS till other lllllll H
itervaU the club mom- ItiSH." () down We go iiolll
tmt tUrknunu " lruit)rS '
duy to day in prices thie 1
not a dull counter m our
store. Wo have gotten out
of the old rut the days of
e profits are ov. r. hvery
yards of thu
rf-I.KVHOMCH ill -q.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
tXn'er Qiicii Nuiuim BIk.
Libol Caaa Appealed Boap Oaeo Btill
dav it will he somelhinir
and tempting iu styles and
prices. Wu can't mention
hut a few articles in this col
umn, hut wish to impress you I
that it j 011 want anything in
our line you can
Dottoin puces, anu a
tee the goods are as repre
sented. If you buy those Turkish
Towels of ours you will surely
pray for Tain They ar so
ditterent trom the eheapthings
gi t it at rock
W. It. Castle, attorney for defend
ants iu the lii.el suit of J. E Gomel
vs. Hawaiian Gazette Co. and II. M.
Whitney, Las filed n motion for a
new trial on various grounds.
A stipulatiou has been filed in I,
H. II llrowu it al. vs. O. A. lirowu.
that defendant shall have tun days,
further timu iu which to appear ami
pleud to the ameudeil complaiut.
The cane of T. V. Ituwlins vs.
The Honnltilii Soao Works Co. is 1 very
still ou trial, the third day, before most always
Judge Whitmir and a foreign jury j pivHsinil there
f . V. .MI'l.lll.AIIKV. Ill lllllllllllaill ' . . . ...
company, is on thuHtaud this after- ' rt ut-,tJ i'011 s!ut)
noon. , tho purchase price by buying-.'
Judge Cooper is hearing the ' f us, Vo slriick a snap ill J
Mcuruw divorce case, coutiuued , , , .. 1
from Saturilay. I ' piHX'llUho ol purses, and. ,'
The annual report, of W.O. Smith, . will give you 1110 UClieill 01 a.
'-i. ..1. ........ ...i t:u m... .... ra .. .- . . ... ... '
1 icy run trom .n. to peri cut;
We have all the htandard
brands and iu the latest
shad. s. We also received a
large assortment of
Silk GIoycS and Hitis,
Riding Corsets ! y
Now we have mentioned
something that catches your
eye; these Corsets are the
latest thing out ea-y, coin
furtahle, perfect fit. prettily
finished, and what more
need 1 my.
These oods are the
that ever graced my
rhoir ffiual fannot he
pi.iiN ami mu run
offered as Turkish Towels
Cash bought these, so that we
can sell them at just ax low a
figure as the cheap g-otlh an
A handsome PUKSM is a.
deceptive thine;. It al-
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Arrived per "Australia."
French and Scotch Ginghams (new).. .10c, 20e. and 2Gc.
Victoria Lawns (new), 10 yds for 75o.
White Dress Goods (new). .10., lSc. 20c, 2fc, 30e., 35e.
While and Colored Dimities (new) 2e. and 25c.
Flatiucllctta, all colors, (new) 10 yds for $1.00
The old maxim "There is nothing new
the sun" knocked out. Call ami be convinced.
M. S. LEVY,
Who is now settled in Benson. Smith & Co.'s
Old Maud, Fort street.
Kwong Sing Loyf SING LOY
tut Ilii St., "Tbdiau Block.
tfQtUl Tlh &ft
11-05 (iDa Jl. am liuotlrt li
P 0 Rot WI.
P.O. Boi207.suitialldt) m
OhillCHb, JupiUltJKC llinl llltlill. ti(..H!
Indian Silks, Laces and Lineiih,
iHnuuene Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Nik llandkcrchu is, bhawls and heitrtn.
Grass Cloth, Kattau Chuii-w, LOte..
Swiss Dress Goods
WIIITB ANU COI.ORKD
Dimities, Storm Serges
A word all the above i
.ri.ida .n'l. nliKiiliitnlvr now. and
. .t ... w.... ... -v - , I
creates the uu- i as the real estate man said,
..).. i ii
money m it,. ! "Jt you want to get in ou tnu
on. i ground lloor, now is your
A ComneteTAILOUING ISTA BLLS1 iMKNT
with Competent Cutters and a complete Hue of Kiiuli-.it
American Suiting. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAbHMKKKH, MNKNh. I.AWNH. MIIHI.On
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hnts !
SOMETHING NKW JUST dOT
Valines, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil i'luth.
"wl MA ILK" Store will
hold a Clearance Stile of it
Stock of Goods beginning
Thumdag, Aug. Ptlt, and con
tinue to the end of the month.
Thin Store will go out oj
IjitxiitcK al that (inn:
Come and pick out what
gnu want before it in all gone
For Sale I
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
For iiiihiuess only,
.1. .1. K(iN.
Temple of Fashion
Bl ffort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boys Clothing,
Urflt iMsortaeat ol Udl' tnd Ctuldrta'i Sboa
Large Line of Summer Goods !
Lntgo llriu of Wtxiloiin at 25o. Flniiiirtlutt', III yard' for f I i
Brown anil Wbitn Cottttun, (rotti S to 'JO yartlti, 1 1.00 inr tiiocti.
Arnoiikttau UiuKbaiiiit, 12 yanU fnrJl.O). QimtH and Latlitw' Uattiiiic s"
Silk. SatiiiB, S'rKi I.awun aud Drww OihmU of every dHui-riiittuii
&. O-. SIIjVA, Proprietor.
ITtltOM A .VI) AKI'l'.lt
X AynniiK lii iiieniinci"
THIS DAY, 0
with tin1 liil'llii-i-HOr utlinrwiiv ol th-linn
ol Wliirf Wol'limi .t Jo. All iriii art'
cnutloiiH uiiln-i nyliiK "iiy iiiniiy lour
Cilf rM i tMllrllC'tlll.! Illtnilll'hH W III till-
tM C. Ajouiu- mi nur li. Ii.iII
Wl.Vtl WO t HAN' A CO
Himoltili, A ii. 17, l)l I ll.t-.lt
15 Men to Bote K. R. Tiesl
II WotcrhoiiHn anil Mii Mary
I'arknr, trusti-oi of Ihu l.un.ililo
lCslalo, littH liei'ii Hiiliinllti'd tn tliu
Supremo (Jutirl in turiiiH if tlt will. !
UfcuiplH linvt Iihimi Jrt,(i2 II; ex
pHiulltiiri1', .?I7,'-".:1 Ihfrthh on lintitl,
.July ill, 1K)I. ll(IS70. TIhtu nm
tmnrly .'I.MI votii'liirM in tin neiuiiiut.
hi oiiliT to Introilui'ii Cliniiilur
latnV CiiiikIi lt"ini'ily Imro mill
'mural iIo.kii liuttli on ctrii'l jrtmr
fiuten mid lmvn found fvory Imtllo
did pood Hn Ifii, Wo linvo iiwd it
otirwlvitit nnil tlilnk it iiiMirlor to
.tny ulliur. V. I. Mottiiuv, .Inrvln
villi.. V, Va. l-'or Mli liv ll'itiMiu,
Snillli A; Co., AkmiiIii for llm llawnl.
All Liiuli of IWiwri'Ml i'itHlfiy
riimjillv ttti'1' " '"" " "' ""
beaulies in lieal
I i;..i SIi.mI viifli uli.flin
ltlirnii,ii k til ,,. ...i....,B
I'AUftJS interest yo hi.
Hcen looking all over tovu
for just what you wanted. I,
Hi'K itrtiui, you lookt'd nvory plfr
lint lii'm. If ou liml you M-otild
linvo fi'it Undli'ft' Small Carrliwi',
lllat'lt Saliims llla.-li (llorln, UW
.Stuutti-, N'vy HltntSilli with Drvndiu
(ri'itl) China linudli-c, Ulnok Silk vdth
unttiral Htifk IkiikIIoh, ulc, (1ko a
full linn of M iii' 2S iut'li UiuorollnH.
No fttiuiy jirleim ou thi kdoiU.
nf( but llttir. Aii uodl new. H'.U nil
Kix-omit it uwntir aviui( tlif lounlry
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