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Vol. VII. No. 1387.
12 PAGES HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 25. 1899. 12 PAGES
Price 5 Obhtb.
HAS EXCLUSIVE FRANCHISE
B, F, DILLINGHAM CO,, LTD,
THE INTER ISLAND TELEGRAPH GO.
Prospectus of the Company to Operate the
Marconi Wireless Telegraphy Sys
tem In Hawaii.
Inter-Inland telegraphic coramunlca
tton has long bcon sorely needed In Ha
waii. Tho nowa, therofore, that Mr.
Cross was going to New York to boo tho
actual testing of thu Marconi system
under tho Inspection of tho United
States Oovormnent and, if possible, oh
tain from tho representatives of Mr.
Marconi's company a contract for tho
uso of tho system In those Islands, wns
received by the community with great
satisfaction. Tho mission piovod to bo
an unqualified success and now the
undorslgncd take pleasure In announc
ing tho proposed organization of a
company to tako over their rights.
Ou tho 2Sth of Juno last tho follow
ing named companies rind persons
agreed, In consideration of our making
an Investigation of tho expense, Income
and practicability of a system of tele
graphic communication between tho
principal Hawaiian Islands, that for
tho period of five years from the com
pletion of such system of telegraphic
communication ns wo might have In
' operation, they would deliver to us or
any corporation organized to tako over
our rights, all messages that they
might havo for transmission to such of
tho principal Islands of this group as
might bo brought Into telegraphic com
munication with tho Island of Oahu,
provided that tho system of Intcr-ls-land
communication was In operation
within ono year from tho 2Sth day of
Juno, 1899. Great credit Is duo to these
persons and corporations for tho coir-
Hdcncu which they expressed in the re
sults of the proposed undertaking.
They nro ns'follows: T. H. Davlcs &
Co., Hoffschlncgor Co., Ltd., J. Hopp &
Co., J. M. Dowsctt, ttvonlng Hullctlu
l'ub. Co., W. W. Dlmond & Co., Ltd.,
M. Mclncrny, Pacific Hardware Co.,
Hawaiian Qazctto Co., Ltd., WnBhlrig
ton Mercantile Co., Ltd., M. Phillips
& Co., Hawullan Hardware Co., Hawa
lan Star Newspaper Ass., Hono
lulu Irort Works Co., Win, G.
Irwin & Co., M. S. qrlnbaum & Co., In-tor-Island
Steam Navigation Co., Gear,
lousing & Co., Catton, Nolll & Co.,
Ltd. M. W. McChesney & Sons, E. O.
Hall & Son, Henry Watorhouso & Co.,
Wildcr'a S. S. Co.', Macfarlano & Co.,
C. Ilrower & Co., P. A .Schaefcr & Co.,
Oahu Railway & Land Co.. Hilo Rail
road Co., Hawaiian Electric Co A. P.
Cooko. Olaa Sugar Co.. Ltd.. W. C. Pea-
rock & Co.. Ltd., Hollister Drug Co.,
Huataco & Co.. Ltd., W. H. Iloogs, U
It. Cartor, Union Feed Co., Henry May
&Co., William P. Ervlng, L. U. Kerr.
It was our original Intention to have
a closo corporation but we havo recclv
ca so many applications for a portion
of tho stock that wo havo decided to
throw it open to popular subscription.
It Is now proposed to organUo a cor
poration with a capital of 1100,000.00 to
bo divided Into 2000 shares of tho par
valuo of $50.00 por share, with tho priv
IIcko of oxtcnslon to $250,000.00. One
half of tho stock, representing tho ox
rluslvo franchise obtained from tho
Wireless Telegraph & Signal Company,
Ltd.. of London. England, will uo paia
up. Tho other halt will bo asscssauio
nnd dovoted exclusively to tho com
plcto development of tho system. It
will bo called for as tho necessities of
tho system require.
THE PROPOSED PRACTICAL METH
OD OP INSTALLATION.
It is proposed to havo flvo stations,
uach with Instruments In duplicate, In
stalled nt somo convenient point on
each of tho flvo principal Islands of tho
group. These stations will bo placed In
somo convenient location, at n low ele
vatlou, adjacent to somo town or plan
tation settlement, with a receiving ofll
co at tho most convenient place for tho
transaction of business. In Honolulu
thoro will be a central office with mes
scngor service. In tho other Islands
tho telephone will be used and those
who Bond and receive messages will
hare tholr option to send them over the
telophono wlro or by special messenger.
It is tho Intention to have a private
wiro from Hllo to the station on Ha
wall. Tho promoters at first believed
that It would bo necessary to nave sop
nrato stations on each eldo of each Is
land; but Mr. Marconi was satisfied
that ono station on each Island would
answer every purpose nnd that mess'
ogos would bo transmitted direct from
Hawaii to Oahu.
Tho experiments, conducted under
tho inspection of Admiral Parquhar of
tho United States Navy, woro an entire
success. Thoy were witnessed by Mr,
Cross in person and during all of ono'
day messages were received In a sovcre
storm and Mio instruments workod to
perfection. They did not drop a slnglo
letter in tho transmission or reception
of a largo number of messages, somo of
'which woro In cipher and very difficult
to send. Tho tlmo of sending and re
ceiving messages by this system Is on
ly about as long again as In tho ordin
ary method of telegraphy. Thq messa
ages aro received on an Instrument that
records them and aro not taken by the
ear; so there can bo no mistake on tho
nart of tno operator it no is ai an la
miliar with his business, and It Is the
intention of the promoters to secure
only experienced men. Mr. Marconi Is
to furnlBh three specialists who will be
here tp Install tho system and oversea
It oporatlon for four months after
verytblhK Is complete, and thoy aro to
thoroughly instruct tho operators in all
necessary details. Mr. Marconi, after
carefully considering tho matter, said
that there would bo no difficulty what
ever In connecting tho Islands and In
stalling a satisfactory Hystcm, nnd tho
contract is so drawn that no loss will
bo sustained by tho subscribers in tho
event, which wo rccaru as extremely
impiobabln, of tho system proving, Im
practicable. Tne company s specialists
nro to bo hero on or almut tho 1st of
February, 1900, and It Is hoped that tho
system will bo In operation within n
month from that time. The contract
with tho Wireless Telegraph & Signal
Company, Ltd., which lias secured full
patent rights In England and America,
pioldes that wo Mliall use the system,
If foond to bo satisfactory, for at least
nierm oi live jeara; mni wn snail irnvo
tho right to continue tho uso of uild
system during the residue of the term
for which tho Marconi Co. 1ms obtained
patent rights with the right
to usu all future Improve
ments which may ho controll
ed by the company. Tho frnm hlbu ap
plies to nil of the Islands of this group
nnd n distance of 200 miles from fdiore
with the right to communicate between
any vessels within said radius, but not
to debar tho United States Government
using instruments of Its own for gov
ernment use only In the same territory.
Thu unnual expenses of operating Urn
system havo been estimated as follows:
Annual Royalty 'for use of the
Instruments 5 2,500.00
Salary of flvo opcrattors .... r.,000 00
(This Item may bo undcr-efetl-matcd
for tho first year,
as It may ho necessary to
bring skilled operators
from the Mainland, but ,
the cstlmato Is believed to
bo an average cstlmato of
this annual expenditure).
Manager's salary 3,500 00
Rent ,. 1,00000
Wear and tear and Incidental
There arc twenty or more sugar plan
tations on tho Island of Hawaii, two on
Mololtal. eleven on Maul, and ten an
Kauai. Resides these, there aro u largo
number of cattle ranches and local
stores. Travel between tho IMands Is
surprising to ono who is unacquainted
with tho actual figures and it is In
creasing all the tlmo. Tho Wlldcr'H 8.
S. Co., cstlmato that thoy average to
carry 150 first-class passengers each
week. Tho Intcr-Islnnd Company havo
carried 1092 first-class passengers in
tho last three months or an nverago of
about 140 per week. In addition to
these are somo 000 deck iKumen
gers. When u system of tolo
graphy Is Installed between tho Is
Iowest basis a dividend of 23 per cent;
telegraphy Is Installed between tho Is
lands, thorn will bo a greater number
of friendly visits back and forth. Many
persons hesltato to go now for tho
want of Immediate communication
with their homes.
it Is safe, then, to estimate that there"
will be an average of at least 10 mes
sages each way, dally, between Oahu
and Hawaii, and flvo between Oahu und
each of tho other Islands, nnd It Is not
unlikely that these messages will aver
age $2.00 each. That would bo CO times
$2.00 or $100.00, dally, or $36,G00.OO per
year. Deducting from this tho annual
expenditure of J13..E0O.O0 would mako
tho total net profit S23.000.00 or on tho
lowest basis a dlvldent of 23 per cent;
but say that thero aro 25 messages each
way dally between Oahu and Hawaii,
and 12 between Oahu and each of tho
other Islands.tthat would mako a total
of 122 messages, which, at an average
of $2.00 each, would make $244.00 per
day or $89,000.00 per year, or a dividend
of 89 per cent.; If thero wero the same
number of messages at tho minimum of
$1.00 each, tho dividend would bo about
45 per cent. With tho probable in
crease of white population tho returns
on this Investment will rapidly In
crease. This Is more especially true in
view of tho likelihood of tho early lay
ing of a Pacific cable On tho othor
hand tho expenses will grow relatively
SUUSCRH'TIONS AND ASSESS
MENTS. It Is proposed that 15 per cent of tho
asscssablo stock, that Is $7.50 per
shure, bo payable upon subscription.
Tho other assessments to bo paid lit
5 or 10 per cent, installments as called
for durlug the next twolvo months.
Subscription lists will bo open to tho
public on Mondny tho 27th day of No
vember, 1899, nt 9 o'clock In tho fore
noon, at the ofllco of tho undersigned,
noxt to tho Postofllco. If tho subscrip
tions aro In oxces3 of tho amount of
available stock, such stock will bo as
signed pro rata to the subscribers, and
a proportionate amount of tho sub
scriptions will bo returned.
FRED. J. CROSS,
II. D. SILMMAN.
Dr. Posey, specialist for Eye, Ear,
Throat and Nobo diseases and Catarrh
Masonic Temple. ' "
Position of Hawaiian Electric Co.
Clearly Defined By Liw.
Will Fffiht Any Attempt At Infrlrfrincnl
What Manager Hoffman lias To Say
About Matter-Caie in. Point. '
According to their charter granted In
1893 by tho Minister of tho Interior and
lator defined clearly by tho Attoruoy
(lencral, tho Hawnllan Electric Co. has
an oxcluslvo franchise In tho matter of
furnishing elctrlcal power In Honolulu
or, more properly, within the following
"Beginning at a point on tho scn
ttnoro cast of Honolulu whore n lino
drawn In extension of Punchbowl
street meets tho sea; thence limning
inaukn .nloiij; such lino to und along
tfiriiihou street "to Wilder o'vcnuo;
tlionco westward along Wilder avenue
to the street highest up tho s'.opo of
Punchbowl, tlicnco around the haso
tho Hldn hill on tho same level to a
point lit lino with tho extension of
School street; thonco to the Juncture of
School and Punchbowl streets1, thence
along Punchbowl street to the bridge
across Pauoa stream; thence In u
straight lino to tho cast of Judd sticct;
thenco ulonj: Judd stcct to I.lllhn
street: tnenca ntonK Llllha street and
a lino drawn In oxtcnslon thereof to
tho Bcashoro; thenco along tho Bea-
uhoro to tho point of beginning."
Bald Manager Hoffman of tuo Hawa
iian Electric Co. this forenoon: "Wo
havo lived tin to our charter under this
government nnd each year wo turn over
2'A per cent o! tho gross receipts to
them. Wo havo tho oxcluslvo f ranch Iso
und will keep it until 1903. Our char
ter la plam and wo will iicnr, any at
tempt nt Infringement. Wo aro In a
position 'to furnish powor to any com
n.inlrn that mav intend to locato hero
and to uso electrical power, -fit courso
our right to an oxcluslvo franthlso will
ho questioned "and fought against but
wo havo no fear aa'to thu tlnal out
come." In tho charter It Is particularly men
tioned that tho Government anil Ha
waiian Tramwnys Co. aro not included
lu theso provisions und can manufac
ture and pnrccl out electrical power as
thoy may see flt Ilut tho- rub comes
with other companies whoso intention
it Is to operate various concerns ncro
and to furnish electrical power.
Agalust the so tho Hawaiian' niectric
Co. will fight when the flnvafllgns Qf
Uio introduction of electric power for
general use, appear.
Section 13 of tho Civil Codo Is to tho
effect that parties outsido of tho Hawa
iian Electric Co.. tno Hawaiian Tram
ways Co. and tho Government, may
manufacture electrical power but this
must ho used for tho sovcral purposes
of Uiobo concerns and only on tho
premised whero such nmnuructuru
It can readily bo seen that, If this
lav Is to hold, tho Rnpld Transit Co.
and tho Automobllo Co. will havo to se
cure power from tho Hawaiian Electric
Co. or go out of business, but somo uf
tho men Interested in tneso two coni
nanlcs stato that, as soon us tho laws
of tho United States obtain here, thero
will bo n chango nnd tho oxcluslvo
Pathfinder Is Coming.
The Pathfinder Is expected In Honolulu
harbor n the verv near future and It mav
be that Mie will take the place of the
Iroouols In the trip to Midway Island to
survey for the landlnj. place of the propos
ed cable. Certainly she Is much bnter
fitted for such work as s e is larger lu
every way anil has a steam launch as
well as ample space for the storoj;e of the
surveying apparatus. At all events.jf it
is decided to sena me unquois sne win
very probably nut get away u.iil..dter
Good Police Court Record
The Police Court record for the month
of November up to date, shows 495 c ses
disposed of by Judge Wilcox. There are
three mote days to run and It is almost
certain that tne number will reach the
neighborhood of 550. Thlsisasplennld
record and shows that the Police Depart
msnt Is on the qulvlve continually.
Deputy Sheriff Fcrnnndctt.
Anlone Femandes, who was sent down
to Walanae when the late Charles J.
Faneuf was shot, to attend to the duties of
chief of the police at Walanae and Ewa,
lias been permanently appointed to the
office of deputy sheriff of those two dis
tricts by Marshal Brown.
More Pillkla for Great Admiral.
The ship Great Admiral, now hi the
str-am. has had nil kinds of plliklas since
her arrival In port The latest addition to
the list occurred yesterday when one of
the Japanese aboard jumped overboard
and swam ashore, he giving his own
reasons for deserting the ship.
Stole n Skiff.
The California Construction Co. doing
work alone the waterfront for the United
States Government has reported the thief
of a sixteen foot skiff and a pake of oars
at tne ponce station. Kewarus are otter
ed both for the recovery of the boat and
the arrest and conviction of the thief. The
boat disappeared on the 5th lnt.
Interests of Hawaiian Promoter Have
Capital Slock 51,030,000 Jffitli Privilege of
Increasing to 53.000.CC0 -Nanus cf Of
fic rs AnJ StockLiidtrs.
The vast interests of Ilrnjauiln l
Dillingham, consisting of slocks nnd
real estate, hao been Incorporated and
tho charter has been approved by tho
Attorney General so H. P. Dillingham
& Co., Ltd., becomes 11 fact. Tho com
pany announces n capital stock of $1,
000,000 wltirtho prhllcgo of , Increas
ing this to $3,000,000. There ore 10,000
shares nt tho par vnluo of $100 each.
Tho officers chosen aio ns follows: I).
P. Dillingham, president; I2lmcr E.
Pnxton, treasurer and A. W. Van Vul
kenburg, secretary. Tho stockholders
with tho number of their shares aro
ns follows: 11. P. Dillingham 0970
shnres, W. P. Prear 5, A. W. Van Val
kenburg C, U. K. Paxton 5, W. M. Gra
ham 5. A. Ilnns 5. W. P. Allen 5.
Thus It will bo seen that Mr. Dilling
ham owns all but thirty shares In tho
corporation. Theso uro ownedby men
who havo been In closo touch with Mr.
Dillingham In various business ven
tures. AH tho stock has of courso been
Tho company has acquired property
of tho valuo of $1,G05,7S2.50, thii repre
senting tho business and property of
I). P. Dllllnghnm nnd being made up of
$882,379.33 In stocks, $509,353.61 In bills
receivable, $7,332.50 in 11 ono-cighth In
terest In tho Allen & Robinson vessel
(building) and $5G,SC0.27 In real es
R. P. Dillingham has surrendered to
the corporation all his right In tho
stocks and real estate mcntlonod and
Mrs. Dillingham, through hor attorney,
W, P. Prear, has released and quit
claimed to tho II. P. Dillingham Co.,
Ltd., Its successors nnd assigns, all of
tho right or possibility of dower In and
to said granted premises.
WAHLIIA CASE FINISHED'
Quito a flurry was raised lu business
elides this morning by tho Impression
given from reading tho morning pa
per's account of tho compromlso with
CoU'J H. Sopor, in tho Walahui rare.
Tlia-Btatitmcut 13 nifiMb Hint tho W.il-
2 lna Agricultural Co. has consummat
ed n compromise with Mr. Sopor, nnd
will Issuo $400,000 or stork to tho San
Pranclsco subscriber and mako a fur
ther Issuo of $1,000,000 for local stock
E. I). Tcnncy. of tho Wnlnltia Agri
cultural Company stated this morning
to the Ilullctln:
"Tho artlclo appearing In the Pacific
Commercial Advertiser this morning,
headed 'Tho Wnlolim Suit,' Is mislead
ing. It refers to tho suit ns tho suit
between Col. J. II. Sopcr and tho Wal-
nlua Agricultural Co. Tho suit was
between Col. .1. H. Sopor and II. P. Dlll
lnghnm, the Walaltia Agricultural Co.,
nnd others. Tho compromlso referred
to, by which Mr. Sopcr Is said to havo
received $05,000.00 in casti, is between
Mr. Sonor and Mr. I). P. Dillingham
only, tho Walaltia Agricultural Co. hav
ing no concern lu this particular por
tion of tho compromise.
"Prom the reading or tho article in
tho morning paper. It would bo Infer
red thnt the Wnlalim Agricultural Co.
wero paying over to r. Soper $65,000.
00 In cash. This In nut tho caso. Tho
Wnlalua AKrkulturnl Co. aro not pay
ing to Mr. Sonor, or anyono else, ono
cent In cash In tho wny of compromise
of this so-called 'Walalua Suit.' "
Mr. Tcnney also stated that tho com
pany would Issue only $1,000,000 of now
stock, not $400,000 for San Francisco
holders and $1,000,000 for local stock
holders. Makec Island Concert.
Prof. Berger has arranged tho fol
lowing program for tho concert on Ma
keo Island Sunday afternoon, begin'
nlng at 3 o'clock:
"The Old Hundred."
Coronation "Tho Prophet"
Overture "Semlromldo " Rossini
Flnnlo "Rlcnzl" Wagner
"Reminiscences of Moudolssohu"..
Selection "Sullivan Songs"... Kappey
Idylle 'ThO Roso of Shlras"
Ballad "Adieu Marie" Adams
Gavotte "Intermezzo" Hall
"Tho Star Spangled Banner."
Opium Not Sold.
Tho opium salo at tho Custom House
by .las. P, Morgan at 110011 today did
not turn out well. Theio was a bid of
fifty cents on a tin but an upsat price of
$2.00 wns asked and no guarantee ns
to the contents of tho tins being bona
lido opium given. Tho opium wus,
W13DDING STATIONERY. Ungiav
ed Cards, Embossing.
V H. F. WICIIMAN.
FRED d. CltOSS, Tlin AC IMVC AGENT
Prcd J. Cross Is regarded by somo
people of Hawaii ns a public benefac
tor, by ottiiia us 11 thorough business
man who tut 11s his expert knowledge of
electrical nnnlrs to good account for
tho people. Whatever may bo tho pop
ular judgment offered on Mr. Cross'
work, tho fact remains that it Is
through his indomitable energy and In
timate acquaintance lu the electrical
world that tho Islands of this group
aro to bo brought Into telegraphic com
munication by means of tho Marconi
system of wireless telegraphy
Mr. Cross has been a citizen of Ha
waii for about a year. Ho camo to look
over tho prospects for tho application
of practical electrical cncigy lu 0110 of
tho new possessions. His nppcaranco
hero was not heralded abroad, ho wus
soon called Into nctlou. The llvo wlro
accident lu which n soldier was killed,
on King sticet, brought Mr. Cross be
foro tho public in his capacity as an
oxpert electrician. Ho was called upon
by tho Government to report upon tho
condition of tho system of electrical
street wiring In Honolulu and tho peo
plo had their eyes opened ns to tho ne
cessity of Immcdiato Improvements.
Later Mr. Cross mndo u trip nbout
tho Islands looking Into tho possibili
ties for turning tho mountain streams
to good account, nnd tho people rnmo
to npprecintu that an immense amount
of power was running to wnsto that
could bo utilized to Industrial advan
Race Ends Today at 5 P. M.
Following is tl'e standing in the
BULLETIN'S Boys Tribune Bicycle
race, up to and including yesterday:
1st Prize Tribune Bicy
cle. 2nd Prize Suit oi
Clothes. 3rd Prize-Pair
of Shoes. -Uh Prize Poc
The twenty boys at the head of
the list when the contest closes will
be given free tickets to such per
formance of the Boston Lyric Opera
Company as they may select. The
next batch, twenty boys below the
highest, w II be given .free tickets to
Ah Far... 8423
F. Lubeck 7921
Mon Yin 1420
Frank Stone 1288
Death of 8mlth Amala.
Smith Aamala, an employe at the Ho
nolulu Iron Works and afoimcrdepity
sheriff of Walalua. died at the Amala home
at that place last night, the cause being
typnoiu fever. Deceased was 24 years 01
age. The father and sister of Smith Ama
la died but a short time ago.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE GO.'S
Fer Sail by Manufacturers' Shoe
IN LOCAL WIRELESS
tage. Under his direction as inprai
tending engineer tho Wainnae tfjaa&t
tlou electrical pumping plant Istnaar
enlarged. The possibilities of Hwtrii
cal power In Knual stream us;
brought to notico by Mr. Cross anSteltt
cn over by tho Mcllryile .plantations
nnd tho Government began to lnnerl
gato tho potential energy of Waliiokn
stream when It was learned ihttTnaa:.
had been over theia" As n lomtlnrtA!,.
tho Catton, Nell I Co., Ltd., llr.Xrnesj
lias chnrgu of tho electrical ituusttoce.
tiring department of that cstetlhitT
ment. He Is elcctrlcnl lnsiicctorrUj!r
Hoard of Underwriters, Preslikifc nil
tho Ocennlo Gas and Klectrlc CtuLUtl.
and will naturally hold a promlrrjrtpo-r-
sitlon In tho now Inter-Island Tblc
graph Co., Ltd.
Mr. Cross was born In Jersey I3tn;
and has still a good many years xi bbtt
credit beforo being reckoned as.-sioiiU
man. Ho left homo when tUtrecm
years of ago and has been worklnc Jam
way over since. Uo attended Ccuaor'&i
Instltuto lu New York city iinJ luec:
took tho special electrical noon scf;
Cornell University, graduating In UA.,"'
Ho has been a prominent clectrteri de
signer for tho past six years and 2a4u
soven patent rights as ono ovidaur.aST
his work. Ho served .lis ma&nipa-'a&i
tho Buffalo Euglno Works' ami TuA ac
linger in the electrical affair oS.?sis
Kara lulls. Ho combines wlHfcw ac
pert knowledge, a pleasing pemniUtjy
and a sterling character.'
Airs. Pur'nton Able to Be AbwxU.
Mrs. Purluton, wlro of one oTtarxaJT
ccrs now lu Manila, who w&sta&ssR
sick with typhoid fever ou u imoasrr
that nrrlcd hero several wuvuiistm
and who wa.-i taken to tho hosjiviiC its,
now nblo to ha out again. Mrx. Pamv
ton became acquainted with Mean.'
Mrs. John Una on tho trip dowasuEir.
now staying with them nt VvUMUtJ.
Mrs. Purlnton will sail for Mao3x.bc
about n week's time.
The resolutions passed at the r"oanC
July meeting go forward by today1 nafll
to Washington. There are three tofjaml
the resolution each the best handiwaUuf
VIro Jacobsen's splendid talent ffiu
binding which for artls'lc finish stEt&r
cellencc of workmanship Is second Itsmmi
was done by the Hawaiian GirettCii
Pany. A copy goes to the PresldetfUAn
resident of the Senate and the SjaMar
of the House.
The police are locking for four mhu
from the Cltv of Svdnev who dmHi
centiy. up to tne time 01 mesa
the transport this morning they I
Wm. Hadlev of the Australia's H
stewards is posted as a deserter and feiiaar
rest nas been ordered Dy tne usual 1
Co., Fjrt St, Sign f the Sfc
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