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EVENING BULLETIN, AUGUST 21, 1896.
8TEAIHNHIP lUIOWEItA 1'ltO.U TI1K
Ilarltn Albert mid S. C. Allcu In l'ort
Ilie Klumi Arrived To-tluy
The barkcntlne Irmgnrd began loading su
A tailor of (lie ltouert Sudden descried this
The bark Matilda arrived at Tort Bliikrtey
from IhU port uu the llli.
Tho Hawaiian acliooncr Honolulu arrived
t Valparaiso on Aug 4 from Glasgow.
Tomorrow, Iileh tide larcc 4.S5 p m; high
tide small 5:10 u in; low Jlde laigu 11.15 p ui;
low tide email 10:5U n m.
Tho b Mlnwcra arrived this morning from
Svdney and Huvn, having left thu former port
on Aug 10. She calls for llrltlsh Columbia at
Tho Aloha whleh sailed S.iturdny. took
905? bags sugar and 150 bags cotU-c, vnlued lit
4'2,OtU.U!l. The sugnr nnd eollee were shipped
uy n HacLIUd&Lo. lortlgn produce nl-
ucd at HU wai
i shipped by W C I'CacoeK.
Captain N'llson of the W 11 Dlmondwent to
Ewa wllliiiji.ut) yesterday on a shoolluu
expedition. Finn tern iroats, a couple "f lid
dogs nnd some of tho feathered titbc fell Irom
tho sportsmen's bullets. The Cap In feel
ing so ro today fiom the effects ol rldlug a
The steamer Klnaii enmc In early this morn
ing from llllo and way ports. Having sever
al jmscngers for the a Mlowcra, the Klnau
arrived today Instead of tomorrow so as to
make the connection with the mull steamer.
Captain Clarke reports fair weather during
the trip. The lirlc J I) Spreekels was still at
Mahukona ihcn the steamer left.
Thu II IlacKfeld did not get nnay on Satur
day, but sailed on Sumliiy morning lor Lay
son Isliml. One of tne Jnpiinee who were
shipped In place of the troublesome while
sailors did not show up at the time set fir
sailing, and the K-sel was delayed tor tvo
hours so as to get a man In his p'laee. Jutt
as the barl htd left the what r, ho came rui.
nlngdowii, but was not wanted. Hcreemid
to feel bad at being left behind. When asked
why be win not on time, he nald lie hud been
bunting for his friend to say goodbye.
Tho American barks Albert and d C Alien
nrriwd Merd.iy innriilim from Sun Francis
eo with piisengerh and yciu-nil freight from
tho "llay City r' The Albert lud 10 liorses
and I mule on deck, and the Allen hod 8
borsc and over '.'.) mules. Both vessels hit
Ban Krnncl-cu on Sunday, Aug It, und arrived
yesterdi) mornliu, within iliort limeof each
other. Kluc wuithcruutcxpi rtenced through
out the oyjge. The "llulletin" l indebted
to Captain tirillllbs and Mr Jackson, lirst
mate of the Albeit, for late Coast papers.
Satoiihat, Aug 22.
SUnr Moknlll, llllo, iiom M-ilokal, Maui
tclii Kuulkeoull, form Ituuml.
8tmr J A Cummins, Si-arlo, from Oaku
Sl'NliAV, Aug 23.
Am bk Albert, Rrlflltlis, Irom San Fran
cisco. A'U Vl 8 C Allen, Thompson, from San
SlmrClaudlne. Cameron, from Maul ports.
Stinr Kauai, llrnhn, from Kauai.
Stmrlualaul, fcmxtlie. from Hawaii,
Stinr Keaulioii, Thump-uin, from ports
Monday, Aug 24.
Stuir Kluau, Cluike, fiom Hawaii and
8 S MIowera, Hay, from the Colonies via
Moxiur, Aug 21.
Stmr Mokulil, llllo, foi Molokal, Maul and
Stmr J A Cummins, fcnrle, for O.ilm
Stinr Wnlaleule. lVterson lor itanamaiilti,
Kapua, KiIiiik-h. Kalililwnl and llanalei.
S ti Mluera, lluj, lor Victoria and Van
couver. VESSELS LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Clnudluu, Cameron, for Maul ports
Stinr Iunlanl, Sinylhe, for I.alialua, tlouo
kaa and KiiKilihaele.
Stmr W (i lluli, Slmcrson, for Maul and
Stmr Kaunl, Hriihu, for l'utinluii. Hawaii
Stmr Mlkahn'n, Hnglund, for Kauai ports.
SchrAda, Hurt, for llllo.
Am bktnu Robert Sudden, Dirkholm, for
Am bk Alden Ueat-v, l'otter, for San Fran
cisco, rABSF.NOKRS ARRIVED.
From ?in Frniic.lt.oo, per bkS C Allen, Aug
23-J Llgh fo it, Rose Atlli r, I)r L M Inger
ff.ll, li I Mi Oiilloiigb, S C Stewart, A John
ton. From Kauai, per stmr Ke Au IIou, Aug 23
l'mii Isi-nberg Jr, Mr and Mrs 1 II Dodge,
Dr T Minimum, nnd III on deck.
From Ildiiiakua, pur stmr Iwalan1, Aug 23
Mrs Smith, and ill on dn.k.
From Maul, pertmr (.hiudine, Aug2
Mies Lofoul t. Miss Eldredi-e. MrsfJrelg, Miss
Orelg. T W Mrclg, Dr 1 J Ciken, I) C l.lm!ay
Mis I. I'.li-e, Mrs f! A Kl' ling and ilauntei.
W 1 Klehbiium, 0 (1 Leoug, ItevT Takahnshl
and 37 on deck. '
1'nuii liuual per slmr Kaiiiil. Aug 2' Hon
0 N' Wile- x, Hon W 11 lllcu, II WaUrhoiifC,
(i II riilrcl.llfl, W Sihrnlilt, Ma j Ail.ni, Miss
Aiiiiiu Toibos, Mt Klliy, (' II ilai ties. K
felretz, Mi Isini' Juil i.nvill mid 2 eliil
den, Miff Ho- Alt 'i, K -tniii; With (In, Nl'
''""r, Kim ail'g liuif, K lii'iiotu, .nid Tl on
From Hawaii and Maul pruts, per ttmi
Kiliali, Anl!t Vulei.li-. I' Welier. T A Hal
ley and wlle.S I, Uiiui'cy, M!s II Needl
MrHlIWIeck. Mnsli-i ltobiiln l'eelc. Wuj
I'oits Mrs C L Wight and J chlldimi. Wil
der Wlnlil, Una I'ulltr, Mrs O I lliler, Mirs
E It Snow. Mtfe J It Axtill. Miss M Atkin
son, C K l'ri. It K ttiii(lurd, MlssCtnon
Mir J R Oioekle, Jos Kuhla, W W floodali
mid wife. Ml-s C (iiioibile. C S Iivskv. C S
llradfold, E D jjp-nrou, Miiuluil A M brown,
Cat t -cott, Mr A Joy, T W Uawllm. Mis I.
'1 (iranl. (Joo.! I!. Cl d F Utile. Mast r
F Vli-rrs, Muster J tligln-. luer J Lit--, R
ALvmn-.l-. M-T I 'l"-'n- U' il Wnl' r,
C H Clirtl-, M- . K uu, li iiou Kim,
All jo Juliu Uiibiii Miss'fl M.iiiulaul, MUs h
Qulnii, Mnii MMic'oiia uiidUi-lilldicn, Capt
K ltniiin, TH KuviMirtb, I' Alklns, Dr A J
Derby, W I)rud-, MrsC Ah III AdJ slmonnon
l)-wetl, V II tlulley X KeioUnl. Dr C
B Cooper, Win 11 Onrnwell, l'T I'hllllps, A
Hanaberi. J W l'rlee. Capt Ahlborne, Dr D U
Murdoe.i, uud O'J devk passengers.
i. ti:ht ronr.KJN xr.ws.
font tutfcti! from 1st Page.
English nttitudo toward China
also arouses a rouowod Buspioion
Li Hung Ohang nnd rotimio
decorated tho etatuo o Gonoral
Gordon in Trafalgar Bqnaro, and
his cenotaph in St. Paul's Cathe
dral. Li Ilung Chang ia going to
lmston his homeward joumoy, it
is hinted, on acoount o intrigues
against him in Oliinn. Ho will
make a flying visit to Now York
and Washington, and leave tho
Amoricau continent by tho Em
press lino from British Columbia.
THE CURAN WAR.
General Weylor cables tho Now
lork Herald from Havana:
"Thore is no truce, but pardon is
offered to all who surrender them
selves with thoir arms."
Tho Herald correspondent at
Havana cables: At Mansillo a big
sensation has been caused by tho
Government ordoring tho arrest
of Major Eoblojo, coramandor of
tho local Spanish volunteer force,
and captain Raven tos, of the
armed Fireman's Brigade, who
has also beon in active military
service sinco tho beginning of tho
revolution. It is alleged that theBO
oilicers aro implicated iu a con
spiracy to procure tho surrender
of important outposts to tho
enemy in event of tho town being
attacked by Gomez and Garcia's
insurgents. A court' martial to
try tho ofticors has beon called.
BRITISH NEWfi. "
Sir John Everett Millais, Bart.,
PreBidont of tho Royal Academy,
was dying on tho 0th hist.
According to the returns of the
Bonrd of Trado, the imports into
the United Kingdom during tho
month of July show a uccreaeo in
value of about 83,570,000, and the
exiiorts an iucroao of nearly
8-1,000,000, as compared with tho
corresponding poriod of last year.
Tho Standard, tho organ of tho
Government, says that it is the
intention of the Govcrnment,whon
the bill amending tho Irish Land
Act is returned to tho House of
Commons, to movo that tho House
disagrees with tho leading amend
ments mado by tho Houso of
Lords in tho bill. It adds that
virtually the ontiro Houso will
support tho Government, and ex
presses its belief that tho Houso
of Lords will not insist upon its
On tho eve of tho match with
tho Australians, live professional
players engaged by tho Surrey
Cricket Club demauded an ad
vance. They had been offered
50 each a match and wanted
8100. Later they placed thorn
solves in the hands of tho club
and awaited its decision. It ap
pears that professionals have beon
getting buU a match wlnlo ama
teurs, being allowed thoir ox
ponses, have been receiving moro
money than professionals.
Li Huug Chang, in replying to
tho toast of his health, at a ban
quet tondored him by firms trad
ing with China, delivered a speech
which was remarkablo for its
recognition of tho friendship ox
tended by Groat Britain towards
China, and for tho views ho ex
pressed as to tho neod for closer
commercial relations between
Great Britain and China.
LI'.WIS J. LI'.VEY DKA1).
IIIh riiiuii-iil on Minlij- Aftoriioiin
Lewis J. Lovoy, whoso illness
was roported iu this paper a few
days previously, expired about
midnight of Saturday. Up to his
last day, on which tho turning
point came, his physician's report
was that ho was doing as well as
could bo oxpected tor a man of
his ago. As Mr. Lovoy had a
rugged constitution and was
scarcely ever latl up in his whoh
lifetime, his ending aftor a short
illuess from pneumonia .was n
sudden shock to his many friends.
Mr. Levoy was a nativo of Man
chester, England, and had ho lived
till September 19 would have
boon 58 years old. Early in life
he traveled iu tho Enst, and enter
ed tho theatrical busiuoss iu In
dia. For somo time dio lived in
Montreal, tho commercial capital
of Canada. Abraju ILiffnung, lii-brotlipr-in-lnw
who was Hawaiian
Charge d'AiVaires iu London, bout
Mr. Lovoy to Honolulu as super
cargo on a Portiigueso emigrant
ship from the Azoros. This was
about liftcon yours ugo, and Mr.
Lovoy mado this his homo thence
For Bomo timo ho was iu tho
auction busiuoss in partnership
with Jacob Lyons, tho firm namo
boing LyonB & Lovoy. Ton or
olovon yoars ago Mr. Lovoy took
ovor tho wholo business and con
ducted it until his arrest as a
revolutionary suspect in connec
tion with thoinsurrootion of 1895.
Ho was kept in jail about two
months and then ordered out of
tho country by tho Govornmont,
when ho departed for Sydney and
remained in oxilo thero for moro
than a year. In his absonco his
brother Samuol, loft in chargo of
tho business, Bold it out and loft
for Japan. It wob Mr. Lovoy's
intention, whon ho was Btrickon
down, to havo resumed
businoss of somo kind heroshort
ly. Ho was ono of tho claimants
against the Hawaiian Govornmont
for damages on tho ground of
falso imprisonment and banish
mout, and was confident that his
claim would bo supported and
pressed to sottlomont by tho
Mr. Levey was for several years
solo lesseo of tho Hawaiian Opora
Houso until its destruction by
firo. In this capacity by his
mojhodical business wayB ho gavo
satisfaction to tho proprietors and
tho public. To his energy in
securing dramatio and operatic
companies, as woll as individual
specialists in entertaining roles,
tho community was indobted for
many successful openings of tho
local theater. Although not con
nected with tho order hero, Mr.
Lovoy was one of tho oldest Freo
Masons in tho country. Mr.
Lovoy leaves a wife and six young
childron to mourn a devoted hus
band aud a kind father. They
havo tho sympathy of tho com
munity in thoir sudden bereave
ment. Tho funeral of tho lato Mr.
Lovoy took placo from tho resi
dence ou Berotania street on Sun
day afternoon at 8 o'clock. It waB
conducted by Jl. 11. Williams,
undertaker, and largely attended
by members of tho British and
Hebrew colonies, thero being
nearly thirty carriages iu tho pro
cession. Tho pall-bearers repre
senting tho Jo wish Bonovo out
Society, tho Sous of St. George
and tho Masons woro: R. L.
Auorbach, I. Lovineston, F. B.
Auorbach, L. O. Abies, Georgo
Harris and E. B. Thomas. Tho
burial sorvices from tho Hebrow
scriptures were road by "V. Brasch
at the houso and at tho gravo iu
Nuuanu cemetery. "When tho
coffin was lowered into tho gravo
tho acting minister deposited thrco
spndesful of earth upon it, boing
followed in this ceremony by Mr.
Lovoy's son as chief mourner, then
by tho other members of tho Ho
brow faith present. Aftor tho
burial tho religious rites woro
completed at the houso.
I'.ille-j Court Items.
Tn Judgo do la Vorgno's Court
this morning Peter Bolabola bob
bed up serenoly and was taxed
tho usual lino for being drunk.
S. Fitzgorald also forfeited 8(5
bail money for tho same offenso.
Mahia was fined 83 and costs
for crouting a disturbance on tho
comor of Nuuanu aud Punch
bowl last night.
K. Katuiikau aud his wahiuo,
"Wauhilu, ploaded guilty of soiling
Bwipes. Sontonco suspended.
Ah Yau was fined SCO for hav
ing opium iu possession.
Thirty two Ohi'ncso gamblers
wero arraigned. Five pleaded
guilty aud wero fined 810 each
aud tho rest wore lot go.
Accident to Win. I,iueii.
This morning opposito tho do
pot William lnrson, tho well
known expiosti-.tii u, attempted to
pass botweon two waggons on his
whool. Ho did not obsorvo a man
on horsoback coming rapidly in
tho opposito direction and a col
lision was tho result. Larson's
wheel was broken in two at tho
siultllrt and tho rider struck in tho
abdoinon by tho horso's hoof. Ho
was aide to rido to hisollico, where
his injuries woro attended to by a
physician for a timo, when ho was
sent home, llo was out again on
tho street iu au hour or two but
was provailed on by his friends to
go homo and take a rest until tho
extent of his injury is fully deter
mined. Seattle iw fast becoming a great
city. Ono thing which makes it
famous is Seattlo boor, which you
find at tho Criterion. A good
thing alwayB makes its mark.
This is ono of tho best things on
"To .lull Tor Jcxiih."
Officer Hammor arrostod nine
toon members of tho Salvation
Army on Saturday night. Thoy
marched down to tho station houso
singing "Wo are going to jail for
Josus. Tho officer says thoy wont
to jail for obstructing tlio street
in front of tho Panthoon. Tho
army was allowed to go freo by
Captain Parkor ponding an inves
tigation. Officer Hammor oboyod
orders in making tho arrests and
was Bustaincd by his superiors.
The leaders of tho army aro ap
pealing to Marshal Brown this
At Enimn Siiunre.
Tho govornmont band will play
at Emma Square this ovoningj at
7:30 o'clock with tho following
() ertnre Znmpa Herold
Misereio 11 Trovatore Verdi
Selection 11 Tiovntore Verdi
Malknl Wslplo. Llko l'ua Lehua. Maul no
kft 01, (by request).
Fantasia A Hunt In the Black Forest,
A Remlnttccnce of the Midwinter Fair,
Polka Squegeo (by request) Cnsey
March Aloh.1 Oc Ilerger
A 16 to 1 Shot !
Old Prices Busted 1
New Ones Prevail 1
I, LEVINGSTON, - - - Manager,
Waverloy Block, Hotel Street.
33?" Shirts Mads to Order.
More often than not deter
mine n man's standing. If
you will come to us for your
clothes wo will sec to it that
you leavo with a good
appearanco and it won't cost
you much. Latest fashions
now in. Dress up and make
ALedeiros & Decker,
The Hotel Street Tailors.
Wuverloy Ulock, - Ilouoluhi.
LOTS AT WA1KIKI
There nro G Lots at Waiki
ki. lviiv' uu the Waikiki side
of Kalia Eoad for sule, about
11G feet niakai of Waikiki
Those lots will ho sold for
cash or on installment plan.
23? For further particulars
WILLIAM C. ACHI,
Real Estate Broker, Bethel
St., near King.
Aug. 18, 189G. 384-lm
During Mr. llodrdmau's absouco, Mr.
Ewing will havo chargo of my books and
attend to all collections. Ho can bo found
either at Mr. Uoardman's oflico ut Ugura &
Co.'s or at my oflico.
335-tf D". IIEltnr.UT.
Steamers ot tho nbovo Lino running ia connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC KAIL WAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. S. W nnd calling at Victoria, B. a
Honolulu and Suva (Fiji),
On or about tho dates below utatod, viz.:
Prom Sydney nnd Suvn, for Victoria nnd
ViMicouvor. II. O.l
Stmr "WAltRIMOO'' September 1 Stmr "MIOWERA" Scptcmberllfl
Stmr "SIIO WKKA" Octobor 24 Stuir "WARltlMOO" .October 10
Stmr "WARltlMOO" November 24 I 8tmr "MIOWERA" November? 10
Stmr "MIOWERA" December 24 Stmr "WAKRIMOO" Dec mborJlG
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States and Europe.
FitKiaiiT ANDrABSKNaEUAOKNTs: I C2T For Freight uud PiiBsngo and all
,,,... nr i n -i General Information, apply to
D. MoNicotjTj, Montreal, Canada. '
ItoDEnT KKim, Winnipeg, Canada. THFO H DAVIF1? A TO I 'rl
JL M. Steiw, San FrnnciBCo, Ual. nLU. tl. IMVItS St LU., L0
G. MoL. Biiown, Vancouver, B. O. Agents for tho Hawaiian IhIiukIh.
Oceanic Steamsnip Co.
Australian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
The Now aud Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tlio Oceanio Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
Sept. 17, 3890.
And will loavo for the nbovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
The New and Fine Al Stco Stcnnuhip
" Monpwai "
Ot tho Oceanic Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
A.ng. 27, 189G.
And will lmvo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho nbovo ports.
The uudonsiffued tiro now prepared
''iirough Tickets to All Points
in tho United States.
jgyFor further particulars regarding
froight or Passao apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. K.
Bept.-1, 1S9S ..
Sept. 2S, 1880..
for S. F.
.Sept. 0. 1890
..Oct. :t, 1S90
From Snn Francisco
From Sydney for
Arrive Honolulu. Leaie Honolulu.
Mouowai, Aug27,'00 I Maripcsa,Septl7,90
Alnmcdn, Sept 21,'tlO Monowni.Oct 15'90
A LIFE SIZE
Qna Doscn Phclcs of the Siltei
Cr Is tho LATEST OFFHlt wo have
Portrait and Landscape
TTOTIT ST1 ID RT.
J amos L. Holt,
Genehal Business Aoent, Ac
countant and Collector.
Okficki No. 11 Kaukumunu Streot. Tele
phono !o. 039. Frompt attontion
guaranteed. 217 tl
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 2S0, : : : : No. 009, King St.
Qceamc Steamship Co.
Steamship Line --
From Victoria and Vancouver, II, O., to
Su, a am Syilnori
m M fail k
Occlflental St Orieatal Steamship
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG i
Steamora of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho
abovo ports ou or about tho following
Stmr Uoptio Sept. 2, 1R90
Btmr Kio du .THiieiro Fcpt. 10, 1890
Stinr City of l'okiiigf 8-.pt. 28, 1897
For SAN FHANCISC0:
Steamers of tlio nbovo Comnnnii-n will
call at Honolulu on their way from
uohrkoiib ana loKonamn to tne above
port on or about tho following dates:
Btur Gaelic Vug, 28, 1 890
Stuir Doric Sept. l.r, 1890
Stmr China 25, 181)0
Kates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO 110NO
Cabin 8150.00 8175.00
Cabin, round trip, &
months 225.00 2G2.50
Cabin, round trip, 12
months 202.50 310.25
European Steerage.... 85.00 100.00
tSTl'n.xfieuger8 paying full fnro will bo
turning within twclvo mouths.
rjF"For Freight and Pimngo apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
ildcn Steamship Go's
C. L. WIGIIT, 1'rcs. S. Jl. HOSE, Soo.
Capt. J. A. KINO, l'ort Supt.
Will leavo Honolulu ut 10 a. m., touching at
Lahainii, Mniilauii liny uud M.l;enn tho
sumo djy; Mnhulmna, Kiiwnihiio and Lau
pulioohuo tho following duy, ariiviug at
Ililo tho biimo oMiiiing.
LEATKS HONOLULU. AUMVES IIOKOMJLU.
"Friilny Aug. 23 I Friday Sc-jit. 4
TiiOhrtuy St- t. 8 Tuesday . . .Sept. 15
Friday Sopt. 18 Friday fcipt 5
Tnewluy, ..Sept. 2(1 Tuesdny (Jct.,0
lteturuing, will luavo Ililo at 1 o'clock
p. m., touulnug at L.aup.ilioolioe, Malm
konn and Kawnihno h-ilio day; Makenn,
Maalaca Hay and Lahaina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho ufternoous
of luesday and I'ridays.
" Will cull at l'ohoikl, Pnna.
py"No Freight will bo received after
12 noon on day of Hailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at 5 1-. m.)
touching at Knhului, liana, Iluiuoaaud
Kipahulu, Maui, lteturuing arihes at
Honolulu .Siiuilny mornings.
Will cull .it N.iu, Kuupo, on second trip
of each mouth.
ffST"So Freight will ho received after
r. m. on duy of t-aillug.
This Company will it-serves tho right to
make changi-H iu thu time of departmo and
arrival of its hIciiiiioih without notito uud
it will not lie responsible (oi any coiibc
quonccR arising therefrom.
Conxif-nrea must bo ut the I.uniliugs to
receive their Fivight; thin Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been luudod.
Live Stocl. only at owner's risk.
This Compuny will not bo responsible
for Monoy or Valuables of passengers
unless placed iu tho euro of l'ursuifc.
Pasbongers aro tequested to purchase
tiokotu before embarking. Those fuiliug to
do so will be subject to au additional
charge of twenty-livo per cent.
To Let or Lease.
TnE 'lEvSIDFNOE OF MRS. A. LONG,
one milo from postofllee. Luigo liouso with
(nrnituro. Four bod rooms, parlor, large
dining room, pantry, kitchen, bath rooms, T
hot and cold water, with potent closots,
servant houiiCR, stables, hoiho paddock,
garden and tiecs. A charming locution.
Apply to J AliFJtED MAOOON.
tf Merchant st., next l'o.stoflkei
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