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Vol. VIII. No. 1M&
HONOLULU, H. I., FRIDAY, PEIHUJAUY 2 IHOO
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HILO SCORES ONE SCARE
Illness of a Portuguese Tbal Proved
to Ee Mot Serious.
EwylblDg Funnlnj Smoothly- Awaiting Out-
come of Dcltgdie Lotbtnsteln's Work
Bccklty tomes In (or Some Criticism.
QUANTITY OF ANT1T0XINE
Received From Pasteur Institute by
Bjad of " Health Also Receives a Lot of
Hoffklne Prophylactic From Washington
Fluids Send to Cold Storage.
(Special to tho Oullotln.)
Ullo, Jan. 28. Health mntters have
beon running smoothly here tor a week
under tho guidance ot tho Hoard ot
Health for Hawaii selected dm Ing Min
ister Cooper's visit. Tho "scavenger
commlttoo" has continued work and
, moat of tho places hi Chinatown and
, Jnptown havo been whitewashed and
I placed In sanitary condition.
' f Representative Loebunstein has gone
to Honolulu to confer with tho lloard
ot Health as to what should nnd what
should not como to llllo but as tho sit
uation there according to our last ad
vices, Is unchanged, except for tiio
. worse, It Is not probablo he will conic
back with any more knowledgo of tho
subject than he carried away with him.
Tho death of Mrs. Uoardmnn caused
somo excitement here and is deeply le
grettcd by thoso who were acquainted
with her. That death moio than any
thing else, perhaps, was deemed sulll
clent excuse for ono of tho leading busi
ness men to call a meeting ot mer
1 chants at tho engine house this morn-
( ing, but it wa3 sparsely attended.
Tho concensus of opinion was that
tho island ot Hawaii should not bo
open to rccclvo anything from Honolu
lu whllo tho plaguo continues there.
Many of tho men do not want tho malls
to como and they especially object to
freight of any character. Several mer
chants spoko and the tenor of their re
marks indicated a lack of confldenco
in Hockley of tho Ktnau and anything
In which ho Is In anyway interested.
They admlro the courso taken by tho
officers and men on tho Noenu but de
cry tho actions and persistency of
Yesterday a Toi tugueso employed In
I I ono of tho large retail houses hero was
I taken suddenly ill with pains In his
gioln and ho developed n high fever.
Ho was nt onco sent home nnd n physi
cian sent for, but owing to n mlsundcr
, standing did not sco tho patient. Tho
man's family sent for a Jnpaueso doc
tor who reported tho coso ns misplclous
at the Sheriff's office. Doctors Grace
and Mooro wcro sent for nnd they pro
nounced tho enso not plague, but said
they would glvo a flnal answer In twen-ty-four
hours, which cxplr'-i tonight.
Wo do not believe It Is plague.
At a meeting ot tnc Hoard of Health
held last night it was rcsolvul to sus
pend nil operations of n banttnry na
ture as a body until It waH learned
whether tho members were to receive
nuthority for their acts as a Hoard of
Hculth. Dr. Russell icmaikcd that tho
position of n member of tho locil
Hoard was very much the samo as tho
man who received instructions to do
some sort of labor which required Mio
uso of his arms, but ns hownn a pain
lytlc ho could do nothing. The Hoard
has received Information thut unau
thorized freight and mnll Is being land
' ed at other ports of tho Island nnd as
they have no authority to stop it they
decided to Euspcnd work nnd watt de
velopments. This throws this Island
open to receive any old thing your peo
ple want to send up.
In tho merchants' meeting today
Shoriff Andrews was endorsed by those
piesent. In Bplto of any thing the Ho
f uolulu papers may say tho people hero
havo confldenco in him nnd wilt stind
by him. Androws says ho will obey
tho orders ot his superiors In Honolulu
so long us ho is Sheriff nnd vhn Lo
docs not do so it will bo an a private
citizen. Certain it Is that at one of
tho .early meetings hold ho- o ho kept
tho 'obstreperous ono in control. He
has not ben led by Mr. Wilson or nny
ono who Is excitable durlm; n crisis;
Andrews did not loso his head for a
Tho custom ot sending foreign in
voices to Hllo by way of Honolulu is
causing somo iuconvcnlcuco to tho im
porters, as tho malls not ni riving pro
vents their entering their goods.
Tho Courtney Ford nnd tho Amy
Taylor sailed this morning for San
Francisco tho former cnnylug a full
load ot sugar.
Tho Aztec may load her mule3 to
morrow for her trip to Manila. Tho
. stock was in poor condition when ship
ped. Captain Galo In an interview pub
lished in tho Hawaii Herald states that
tho animals were green when shipped
and that after a seven day storm In
San Francisco they left with tho germs
of pneumonia In their system. There
wore eleven dead before reaching here,
another died as soon as lauded and
three havo since died. Tho captain
speaks favorably of transports coming
; hero and says a coal ptlo is not needed.
I Tho Itoderlck Dim will sail for the
Coast about February 10.
Launch Lurlluo (Matsou & Co.)
foundered hero last Friday.
The Hoard of Health received by tli
Moaua yesterday 100 bottles of antl
toxlno from tho Pasteur Institute in
Paris and n largo quantity of what Is
known as tho Haflklno Prophylactic
from Washington. Tho former is, of
course, for uso on plaguo patients, but
according to tho present outlook, tncro
Is not much chance of Its being used for
tho pcoplo nt tho pest houso aro nil
getting better and no new cases aro
appearing. Tho prophylactic Is for uso
on pcoplo who havo been exposed to
the plague. Tho following Instructions
for uso of tho fluid nccompanieu mo
'Huh ilutd is purely propnylnctlc In
character; is In no senso curntlvo and
should not bo confounded with Anti
It should not be used on thoso al
ready exposed to tho infection of
plague, but its employment should bo
limited to tho Immunization of persons
or communities threatened with tho
Tho prophylactic Is n toxin nnd
should an Individual treated with It
contract tho dlsenBo prior to the pio
ductlon of Its nntltoxlc effects ho
would probably succumb. In n week
or ten days after its uso this anti
toxic effect is produced nnd lenders
him Immuno to tho disease. The Im
munity thus conferred lasts an unde
termined time, probably sevcrnl
months and may bo Increased by a sec
ond or third treatment. Tho Inocula
tion Is followed by a reaction.
Tho fluid should be Injected hypo
(lermatlcnlly Into tho looso councctlve
tissue of tho back, nrm or other con
venient regions and with tho usual pro
cautions employed In such operations
ns sterilizing tho area by somo anti
septic solution nnd by boiling tho
In view of tho Impoi tanco of tho sub
ject tho i.iarino Hospital Servlso re
quests that you report tho effect of tho
Prophylactic to tho Director or me
Hygienic Laboratory of the U. S. Ma
rino Hospital Service, Washington, D.
Somo of the antitoxin and prophylac
tic has been retained In tho Ico box of
the Hoard of Health laboratory, but
the most of It has been sent to the cold
storngo department of tho Hnwnllan
Electric Co. ns It is necessary to keep
tho fluids at a temperature of about
40 degrees F.
HARTWELL IS IGNORED.
(Special Correspondence to Hie Bulletin.)
Washington, Jan. 20. The state
ment published by the Bulletin that
A. S. Hartwell, special agent of
President Dole was properly called
down, at a dinner given bv him, for
remarks concerning annexation, Is a
statement of fact your local official
people to -the contrary hotwlthstjnd
Ing. Prince David, who Is likely
to be In Honolulu soon, can confirm
the statement and give additional
Inclderts In connection with Hart
Hjrtwell made a big mistake In
coming to Washington and now he
Is fully aware of It He may be a
General and a self Importart man
In Honolulu, but he Is far from It In
Washington. Hartwell Is Ignored
here.. He feeU It and on more than
one occasion has said that he wants
to go home. He has said that had
he known how he would be receiv
ed In Washington he ould not
have come and actually cried ovs
It one night after dinner when he
was feeling particularly dubious.
When Col. Parker returned to
Washington after his western trip
he was Invited to a reception at the
White Hou. Hartwll and W.
O. Smith were ignored as they
have been at all social functions.
Congressman Hltt has told Col.
Parker and Prince David that It
was a mistake for Hartwell to come
here. Congressmen knew why he
came and would not be Influenced
by him. Parker repeat d this con
versation tn Hartwell who wanted to
know If It could be true. He wanted to
leave then and there saying that the
statement that private ma ters de
m tndlng nttentlcn would be a good
I The Influential men of Wahlng
t ton know Hartwell Is wo'klng for
' Mr. Dole's, personal Interests. He
has stated to P.nker and Prince
1 David that he came here to work
for Dole. Members of Congress
know ho.v to take him. 1 hey con
sider it an outrage that liartuel
1 should be paid from public funds to
work for a candidate whom the
people have not apparent necessity
Congressmen suggested that the
people of the Islands should bring
an Injunction against the Dolf gov
ernment to prevent Mr. Hartwell
frum receiving public funds whtn
his mission i merely one of per
sonal campaign for President Dole.
ANOTHER DAY OF PROMISE
Last Night's Death Carefully In
vestigate By Physicians.
Work el Fumigating Golog On at All tbt
Detention Camps Ttarltg Down More
of the Chinatown Shacks.
KAUAI NBWS NOTES.
THE CRIMINAL CALENDAR.
DIVING AT THE WRECK.
WEDDING STATIONERY, Engraved
H. F. WICHMAN.
Yesterday tho divers of the marine
railway wcro operating at tho wreck
ot tho barkcntlno William Carson.
John, tho native diver, went down nnd
inserted tho nlr hoso injho vessel. This
wns to test, mo lining power mo uppu
ratus on tho vessel. Thero proved to
bo too free an escape of air for any
practical effect. The air camo up
through tho water in bubbling volume.
Alex. Lylo afterward descended and
closed a cabin light that was supposed
to bo tho principal vent for letting out
the air. Ho mado a visual examination
of tho hull, finding it seemingly all
right with tho exception of tho damage
from the collision. Tho water was
sixty feet deep from tho forward rail.
So clear was the water that tho diver
could not only seo his hoso and lines
all tho way to tho top, but could plainly
discern tho workmen on the stago nt
the surfaco and tell what they were
NOW DOYLE'S WORKING.
Chester Doylo has tho disinfecting
and fumigating plant nt tho drill shed
camp in full blast today. 110 Began
bathing his Jnpaneso wards at 9 o'clock
and by 12 had put fully three-fourths
of them through tho operation. Behind
a board screen aro tubs ot hot water
diluted with carbolic acid wherein tho
pcoplo are required to wash themselves.
Then Mr. Doylo, porched on tho angle
of tho screen, gives them a good douch
ing ot cold water from a garden hose.
After each batch of, say, ten bathers
tho acidulated water in tho tubs is
changed. As tho pcoplo lcavo the bath
ing placo they go to tho fumigating
shed, where thoy receive clean nnd fu
migated clothing to replace the gar
ments thoy had put off.
Charged With Vagrancy.
H. Kaweamnhl, was arrested yestcr
dav 'on tho charge of flotation of sec
tion 370 of tho Penal Laws, relating to
vagrancy. It is alleged that Kawca
mahl was found in tho Arlington bil
liard parlors, Hotel street, after that
placo was closed last evening. Tho
caso has beon set for tho Cth Inst.
Tho Board of Agriculture is meeting
Tho steamer Kcnuhou came in from
Kllauca this morning with a load of
sugar consigned to vatlou.i parties.
Purser Clapham kindly furnlb'icd tho
Bulletin with tho following notes of
the doings 011 Kauai:
"Thero was a gieat excitement nt
Makuwcll Wednesday. A migo whale,
15 feet In length, got tn loo far nnd
was stranded. Frightened by tho con-1
tact with tho sand the whale thrashed
about until It became blinded by tl.c
sand and, Instead of mnklng nny head
way out to sea, it worked in closer to
shore. Tho fishermen for nilly.1 around
were soon on tho sceno and soon mado
an end ot the whale. Huudieds ot
pcoplo went to tho beach to get a lew
of tho monster. Among theso wcro U10
children from tho schools near by.
"The Klnau did very quick work nt
loading sugar in Mnknweli Accord
ing to Captain Freeman sho was to
sail today for Snn Francisco with a
"There wcio 117,500 bags ot sugar on
Kauai when tho Keauhuu silled laEt
"Tho James Makee and Wnlalc.ile put
a load of sugar each into the Robert
Lowers 011 Wednesday last. Captain
Goodman stated yesterday that he had
17,000 bags ot sugar aboard nnd ihat
ho would bo able to sail for !in Fran
cisco early next week.
"Tho Nllhau was at K.aloa when vo
left yesterday. Sho will take a cargo of
sugar at Kllauca.
"The weather on Kauai has been fine
for Bovcral days."
Tho Kcahou brought (ivo or six good
sized boxes of clothes from Mrs. Ewart
of Kllauca. They aro addressed to tho
Hawaiian Relief Society in care of Miss
Mclntyro and nro sent to relievo tho
wants ot tho pcoplo made homeless by
tho 11 ro In Chinatown. Ladies from all
over Kauai and thoso of Kllauca in
particular assisted in making iho
Clerk Henry Smith has completed 1
k-o criminal calendar for tho Fcbru-1
nry term with the following 2S cases
In nddltlon to those previously pub
lished: Foreign Jury Lau Wal Guck nnd
Kim Soon, assault with weapon; Chun
Tni, lntceny 1st degree; Isadoio Issa
bet, violating section 100 penal laws
1S97; C. H. Maun, larceny 2d degree;
Wing Wo Tnl, Chuck Tong, manager,
violating sectio.i 1G07 penal lnws; Wing
Wo Chan, Kat Poo, manager, samo ns
last; Shlsku Doulskl, larceny 2d de
gree; Mllllo Lancaster, nssault and bat
tery; Ah Nee, Iniecny 2d degreo; Jock
Magulrc, perjury; Geo. Cavanaugh,
perjury; J. Hnnnvltz, manslaughter
1st degreo for shooting a Portuguese
boy; O. Herrlck, larceny, second de
gree; O. Lewis nnd F. Turk, violating
shipping license law; John Sylvn, lar
ceny 2d degree; W. II. Pain, common
nuUnnco for laying street railway track
against government orders; Lo Knm,
vagrancy; Geo. Plggott, burglary; Mow
Kong, violating section 311, Act 31, laws
1898; Ah Hang, larceny 2d degree.
Hawaiian Jury Makau, larceny 2d
degree; Komollllll, larceny 1st degree;
Geo. Houghtnilug, selling liquor with
out llccuso; Kcawe, distilling liquor;
Lolnlolm, assault mid battery; Joo Ka
laua, perjury; Geo. Houghtallng, perjury.
2 p. m. No enscs today.
Wong Chin, male Chinese, aged
23, died at tho pest houso of
tho Chlneso hospital yesterday
afternooni A post mortem wns
held nnd tho body cremated, al
though positively no signs of
plaguo were found. Slides
weie made, but examination by
both Drs. Wood nnd Garvin
did not show n single bacillus.
Five culture tubes havo been
treated with matter from the
spleen and. If theso give no
plague bacilli, there will, ot
courso, bo no doubt whatever.
Pneumonia of a typo that
closely resembles that found In
plnguo cases, was clearly
Wong Chin wns taken sick
nt the Pantheon stables Sun
day. Ho wns told to go home
but, having no placo to go to,
went to tho same houso on
Wylllo street that his friend
CJuon Fat Man went to nnd died.
Ho must have slept out under
tho hushes for there was a
guard on the house. Monday
ho went to tho Chinese hos
pital. Thero weio no suspicious
symptoms until jesterdny
when ho succumbed suddenly.
Ab the Chinaman had been as
sociated with Q11011 Fnt Man It
wns deemed best to cremate
tho body. This Is n summary
of tho statement mado by Dr.
Superintendent Wilson nnd his men
have finished their work nt tho cnmp.
Two thousand pcoplo liavo been bath
ed, their clothes fumigated, their
paitmcnt at Camp Jones for tho mem
lcgntcd. Thero aro In all G.G00 people
at the cnmp so that not half tho num
ber has been attended to so far.
There Is not veiy much sickness In
tho cnmp. Four nurses are now on
duty In tho hospitals.
Tho guard houso has been completed
nnd some pcoplo nro already thinking
over their sins In Its cells. Nono ot
theso mo from tho detention camp.
The 1895 Claims Are
Ordeied for Settlement
Piesldent Dole Informed tho mem
bers of tho press today that tho Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs had received a
communication from tho United States
Government, through Mr. Sowall, Spe
cial Agent, In regard to tho British,
Portuguese nnd Danish claims. It In
timated that those claims, which nroso
out of the suppression of tho Insurrec
tion of 1895, havo been referred to the
Hawaiian Government "for Investiga
tion, determination and payment."
RUSHING WORK ON WHARF
Cotton Hi others & Co. nro not let
ting barnneles grow on their contract
for building tho whnrf nnd warehouse
out the channel. They hnd no sooner
dclhcrcd the plans nnd spcclllcatlons
to the Government on Monday morn
ing than they began looking up ma
terial for construction. It was a fore
gone conclusion that, It the work was
tn be done In tlmo to be of greatest
service, this 111 in nlono eould figure on
The assembling of tho material Is
progiesslug. This morning the con
tractors were staking out the site, it
vtllt be seen from the Cabinet meeting
proceedings that Commander Merry
has deferred to the Government's lews
regarding location. Mr. Howell, Su
perintendent of Public Works, Is hav
ing trestles put up to carry tho pipes
for tho dredging.
Eighty feet of the width of construc
tion will bo wnrchouso and tho remain
ing forty feet wharf, the length being
iuu icer. 1 ncrc win no nlno opening
In the wnrchouso front, tho doors to
havo patent hinges.
Plllkln on the llnll.
Tho W. O. Hall sailed for Kauai
ports yestcrnay with n half load ot
freight nnd a halt crew. Previous to
departure yesterdny half tho native
Bailors walked ashore with their
bundles, refusing to bo confined aboard
any longer. This of courso will mnke
It very hard for tho Hall nnd sho will
not bo back until next Wednesday or
MORE WRETCHED VANDALISM.
Tho offer of a lewnrd of 2G, by tho
Minister of tho Interior, for tho arrest
ot anyone concerned in tho recent up
rooting ot cocoanut plants along the
Ucach boulevard has failed oven to
prevent more ot tho disgraceful vandal
ism. Thero Is on view In the Agricul
tural offlco n cocoanut seedling chopped
off close to tho ground, together with
tho seed itself broken open as if the
guilty sen nip had been seeking tho
milk in tho cocoanut." As the seed
lings had been coming on beautifully,
this dastardly sort of thing is very dis
couraging to Commissioner Hnughs nnd
Secretary Wruy Taylor, who took pains
with tho planting nnd then tho tending
of the growths.
Will Go Into Quarantine.
Tho steamer Mlkahaln will go into
quarantine outsldo Into this afternoon
on account of having been taken on
tho mnrino railway for repairs. Cap
tain Pedcrsen will bo accompanied by
his wlfo. Tho Mlkahala will vory llko
ly resume her trips to Kauai.
Flea Bite and Plague.
Sydney, N. S. W., Jan. 25. A wharf
laborer has been stricken with tho bu
bonic plaguo, nnd the attending doctors
nro of tho opinion that bo was inocu
lated with tho dlseaso through tho blto
of n flea.
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY
Tako Laxatlvo Bromo Qulnlno Tablets.
All druggists refund tho money it it
fails to cure. ". W. Grovo's signature
is on each box. 25 cents.
DON'T PASS our OPERA GLASSES
for the World. Thoy'ro mado by Le
Malre. "Nuffsald." II.F.WIOHMAN
The man in charge of tho large pas
ture near tho Knlllil detention cnmp
complained to Deputy Marshal Chll-
llngworth that a Hawaiian lad had
killed n colt at his placo yesterday by
tying tho poor animal to n treo and
then lnshlng it until tho poor thing fell
exhausted In its efforts to get away.
It seems that tho boy has been In tho
habit ot lassoing horses In tho pasture
nnd riding them about without tho con
sent of tho owners. Tho colt ho las
soed yesterday wns choked so badly
that it fell on a rock nnd was killed.
Tho boy will bo arrested. Pcoplo of
tho locality from which ho halls are
anxious that ho bo put Into tho reform
Custom House Inspectors.
Geo, W. Kicster, M. J. Scanlon and
E. A. Jacobsen are the threo district
Inspectors for February. Mr. Scanlon
Is tho boarding officer, while Messrs.
Kicster nnd Jacobsen will altcrnato on
tho night watch. Tho discharging in
spectors nro as follows: J, P. Howntt,
II. Krugcr, L. Gay, E. C. Miller, R.
Henderson, C. K. Spencer, Dan Vlda
nnd R. J. Taylor.
Y. M. C. A, nt Cnmp Jones.
Tho Y. M. C. A. has organized a do-
Entertnlnmcnt will bo arranged overy
b-Vs of the N. G. II. Col. Jones has
very generously offered his cooperation
In the work. Tno largo tent used In
tho Now Yoik Volunteer camp wns
sent out this morning with papers nnd
magazines and a number of books from
tho library to bo circulated. An organ
wns sent to be used In song services.
Ecntcrtnlnrocnt will bo arranged every
evening, talent from tho city nnd In
tho cnmp having volunteered to take
part. Westervoll will glvo a stor-
coptlcon entcrtnlnmcnt Saturday night.
A corps of men are busy today tear
ing down the sheds and lean-tos buck
of tho buildings in tho block bounded
by King, Nuuauu, Hotel and Smith
streets and thoso back of tho Wing Wo
Chnn and Wing Wo Tal buildings. Tho
work Is being very thoroughly done,
houses disinfected and have been seg
butldlngs In lowler's yard condemned
yesterday by tho Hoard of Health.
Theso will bo burned by tho flro do-,
Somo time ago Dr. Garvin was de
tailed by tho Hoard ot Health for duty
nt tho Kallhl camp. It has been found
that tho work ut tho cump Is so ardu
ous that the men out there cannot pos
sibly do It nil. Dr. Garvin will go out
toduy or tomorrow nnd, it is proonuio,
Dr. Davis, now nt Kallhl, will bo ns
tho furniture and vnlunblo houso fur
Hoffmun's absenco on Tantalus Dr.
Gnrvln Is attending to tho work at the
Fumigated Household Goods.
Prof. IngallH went to tho Uoardman
premises with his corps ot assistants
this morning and there fumigated tho
recently erected shed in which somo of
Appraisers nro also busy with the
nlshings had been placed previous to
setting flro to tho houso in which Mrs.
Boardman lived. Some ot his men are
at work in the Wing Wo Tnl nnd Wing
Wo Chan buildings on Nuunnu street.
FIRE LOSSES DISCOUNTED
Mlnibter Young reported to the Exe
cutive Council this morning that Com
mander Merry had agreed to tho de
sired rhango of location of tho channel
side whnrf, which will place tho end of
It 110 feet away from tho Henlanl boat
house. Minister Young nlso reported on tho
communication of the Board of Health,
recommending nn appropriation or
JA500 for reimbursing firemen for tho
loss of effects in recent lircs. Ho hnd
been informed by Commissioner An
diew Brown that tho firemen's losses
would amount to but n very small por
tion of $2,500. Tho Minister wns di
rected by tho Council to nsccrtnln tho
actual losses. Any question of extra
pay must bo refencd to the Legisla
ture. Through tho Minister of the Interior.
a copyright was granted to Tims. G.
Thrum for his Annual for 1900.
Board Dissolved Into Spliutcrr, ,
A late lioto from Hllo says: "Tho
situation Is easy hero now us wo sco by
the papers you folks tiro determined to
keep up tho quarantine. Our 'Hoard of
Health for Hawaii' disbanded last Sat
urday evening. Malls hnd been landed
011 tho other sldo ot the island, con
trary to orders of tho Hoard. Tho
Sheriff camo on the Bceue and stated,
in answer to qulrles, that ho owed al
legiance to tho Hnoolulu Board ot
Health and tho Attorney General first,
so the Board for Hawaii net thought
there was little use passing motions
and resolving things without an exe
cutive and quietly, on the top ot a
motion and dissolved itself into its
usual number ot splinters and went to
Its beguiling several vocations, U
dreams untroubled by plngucy speculations."
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Death nt Knwjilnlino.
Elizabeth Naholo, aged 10 years, died
at Kwalahao Seminary this morning.
Tho patient was attended by Dr. Min
er. As tho causo of death was said to
bo pneumonia a post nidrtora was held
nt tho undertaking parlors to which
tho body wns taken. There wcro no
These are Included In the 7000 ralrs of
shoes just opened ex S. S. Australia and
hold premier place for beauty.
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