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THE PRqORESSIVE AMERICAN PAPER
THE PEOPLE'S PAPER.
Von. X. No. 184.
HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, WEDNESDAY. MAY 15 1901.
Pbiob 5 Cents.',
fl vs. .gmt
IN SHOWER OF ROSES
Notable Reception by
Citizens of Redlands,
FLOWERS IN HIS PATH
Presidential Party in Good 'Spirits
Safe Journey Through
Rcdlands, May,?. President McKIn
lejjtt welcome t0( California, extended
h? Governor Gage' and attested liy
tliott9nnds of CallfArnlnns, was a model
of -cnr'llnllty and Rood tnste. It was
na luispltlous beginning of what will
to a historic tour and romnrkable for
tho 'Contjmious iftUpourlng of' popular
enthusiasm. Covered with dust gath
ered through the long night's rldo
ncroes the desert, the train swept
p'astlndlo, the oasis on the sands, past
Beaumont, with Its handful of cheering
citizen, and down San Gorgonlo past
to the green fields and orchards of Red
lands. The travelers were weary and
travel etnlned. Tor two days thcy,hnd
beer In n cloud of dust and sand, In
tcislfled by a drive In the environs
of Phoenix. Some of the Presidential
patty were up at dawn, and snw at In
dia the hint of freshness that was to
re Ive them during the brief but pleas
cnt rtny at Redlnnds. Defore daylight
work was being done to complete the
adornment of this embowered town.
The streets knd been sprinkled with oil
a week before and wero smooth and
dustless. Then, with tho dew still on
their petnls, thousands upon thousands
of rotes were scattered along the street
that was to be trodden by the four
white horses drawing the President's
carriage. Overhead 3trands of bunt
ing, attached to the - trolley .wires,
mingled their colors with tho foliage
cf pepper and orange, and banners and
pennants of many hues fluttered In the
The streets began to fill with people
In holiday attire. Governor Gage, Sen
ators Perkins and Hard and tho scores
of other prominent officials and eltl-
zens who had come by special train i
me nigui oeiore, nssemmen nt Hotel,
Casa Loma. This placo was ablaze I
ith flowers and halt hidden In palms,
Tho paraphernalia In tho office was dls-
placed by a fragrant bank of roses. At
0:30, promptly on time, the President's.
tialn drew Into town and halted In ft
mass of people. Cheer upon cheer
bioke from the crowd ns tho President,
Mrs. McKInlcy, members of tho Cabi
net and guests alighted. Grand Mar
shal J. F. Wallace quickly had tho slm
plo escort unilcr march, leading the
carriages conveying tho Presidential
party. The Pcrrls Indian .school band
led, composed of lads of 20 or there
abouts, followed by Company C, 7th
Regiment. N. G. C. Captain Hlgby.
commanding. Company A, Young
Men's Christian Association Cadets,
In white and gdld uniforms, preceded
the President's carriage. On cither side
of the four-in-hand which boro the
President and Mrs. McKlnley walked n
little escort of aged "Boys In Blue,"
who had seen service In tho rebellion
with MeKlnley's Ohio rtcglment. Lin
ing the streets near tho hotel stood
school children with l-ouquets, roso
branches and palms, which they cast
tinder the hoofs of the horses as the
procession swept ,by. All nlong the
line, which was half a mile In length,
the President and his Cabinet were
greeted with cheers.
Governor Gage and the Senators nnd
members of Congress met tho party
In the hotel rotunda. Introductions to
tho President nnd Cabinet members
occupied but a moment, Tho party was
led to the balcony facing tho vrowd !
that had quickly filled tho reserved)
space fronting the hotel.
We wish to announce to the
public ih.v, bv the terms of
a contract jut signed, the
ELECTIIIC'ltOAD of the
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
Will be Imm-dlatelv extended
Hru'i I!tc HI l, follow
ing the Hue ot our main boul
evard. Construction w II begin AT
ONCE, and the rmj will be
In operation within four
months, giving a zo-
CASTLE & LANSDALE
rousing 'California cheer ws given In
all Its strength. The President was evi
dently In the best of spirits and accept
ed the noisy demonstration by bowing
repeatedly and smiling before taking
hnT seat. Mrs. McKIutey withdrew
with several of the ladles of tho party
and was not on the balcony during the
addresses, Deslde the President sat
Governor Gage, and with him Secretary
Hay, Secretary Hitchcock, Posthtaste'r
General Smith; Secretary Wilson and
the other members of the President's
party. On the stand also were Mrs.
Gage and Mrs. Hay, Immediately In
front of Speaker Pendleton and wife.
HE V01 $10,(1.
Little was done In t he House this
morning. A communication was re
ceived from President C. D. Cooper of
the Hoard of Health stating the facts In
the case, and gUIng the Hoard's state
ment of the affair with the Porto Ill
cans. The letter In brief was as follows:
The S. S. Colon was boarded last
evening by the Federal authorities, no
case of contagious or Infectious lis
case found and the vessel and passen
Meantime through tho courtesy of
tho Federal authorities the disinfect
ing and sterilizing plants on Quaran
tine Island had been placed at the dis
posal of the fpnrd of Health and tho
cxecutlvo officer had arranged for tho
reception there of the passengers of tho
ship, to carry out tho purpose of the
Board as expressed In a resolution
passed a short time ago, relative to the
disinfection of the Porto rtlrans,
'When the resolution of tho Legisla
ture reached me nt 3 p. m. I found that
nil but about fifty of the Porto Hlcnns
hail been placed aboard local boats,
they having first been bathed and their
clothing, and belongings' thoroughly
sterilized by heat. The remainder,
those to whom the resolution of the
Legislature would apply had been
treated according to our plans and
were ready to depart.
I found that Quarantine Island Is
absolutely without facilities for caring
for theso people. Thero n ro.no w held
by the United States authorities a
number of persons who hnve been ex
posed to smallpox and measles under
going the usual quarantine attention.
The facilities for housing, feeding and
caring In general for the Porto Rl
cans Is absolutely wanting. Tho ca
pacity of the present establishment Is
absorbed by the persons now held
there, and white they are capable of
expansion I would hardly havo deemed
It wise to quarter fifty women nnd
children In such close proximity to
smallpox suspects even If tho local
Board had control.
in conclusion, sir, I would say that
j consulted tho Attorney General na to
tho powers of tho Hoard of Health to
carry out the directions of your resolu-
(0 So, 4 and he advised mo that tho
Board Is without nowcr to conflno ner-
sons who have been declared clean nnd
free of disease by Federal quarantine
authorities, when those persons have
come from nn American port with a
clean bill of health. To do so would ho
nn nrrogatlon of authority distinctly In
opposition to the American theory of
freedom of Inter-state passago and. In
tercourse and an abridging of personal
liberty nt variance with our Institu
tions. Such an act on our part would
place each member of the Board Itablo
to action In tho eyes of tho law.
CHAS. 11. COOPER.
The letter was laid en the table, to
be considered with the committee's
A resolution was Introduced' by Era
meluth nBklng dlr.'jtly whether there
was anything In the Organic Act which
prohibited the Hnuso taking up gen
eral legislation. He said that somo of
his legal friends had Informed him
thnt the Organic Act tin' not forhld It.
that the time of session was also tin
limited. Tho resolution was adopted.
Tho Houso then went Into a com
mittee of the whole with Makckau In
Dickey moved to Insert nn Item of
$10,000 for Queen. Lllluokalanl. Ku
nialao amended It to 112,000,
KanlhQ gave It another ralso to U',
Considerable discussion now follow
cd, but Knnlho's amendment was dual
The, House, then took ai recess .until
! o'clock. ' . ' "
for Groceries-, Ring up Blue 9U.
Tho Hawaiian Tennis Association's
annual tournament will begin this af
ternoon on tho Bcrctanla tennis courts
and tho Pacific Club courts. Three
matches will be played today, and nil
will piobably be very closely contest
ed. The first match will be. between P
M. Lansdale and C. A, Rice. S. a
Wilder vs. A, L. Castle will be tho sec
ond match played. These mutches will
ue played on tho Pacllle courts.
At 4:30 p. in, on the llerctnnlu court
Ciubman Carter will play Ocorgo Wa
KAAI Edna Keknpuohlwalknlanl
Kaupenn, daughter of Mrs. Kmest K,
KanI, nnd nleco of Mrs, E, S. Boyd
and Mr. S. K. Kamalaplll, aged
year and 11 days.
Tho funeral will tako placo tomor
row nftornoon from tho homo of hci
sister, Mrs. E. S. Boyd,
General Slump All Along
FORTUNES ARE LOST
In A FEW MINUTES
Bankers Get Together in Order to
Avert a Wide Spread Panic
Many Failures Will
New York. Slav 9. Shortly after 11
o'clock all support was withdrawn
from the stock market and prices be-
Ran falling many points between sales,
Union Paclfli! went down rapidly,
4,000 shnrcs,.solil nt 8.". A thousand
shnres of Missouri Pacific sold ut 07.1
Peoples Gas. of Chicago, Brooklyn
Rapid Transit, Amalgamated CoUpcr,
AtChlsona nd St. Paul made tcr.tallon
nl, declines, the like of which had not
been seen In many yeord. v
St. Paul sold down t'i 145, Misjourl
Pacific .93: Eric, 29! "United States
Stoelipfd.. SO; Atchison pfd S3; South
ern Pacific, 45r'Westcrn L'nlniy, 87;
Amalgamated Copper. 90; Erie,- 27;
Atiblson common. 57; I'lilou I'uclllc,
EG; Rock Island, 148; Missouri Pacific
88; Loulsvlllo ami Nashville. 99. The
tape recorded the sale of 1S06 share
Of Union Pacific at SO.
New York, May S. Wall street to
day experienced tho greatest excite
ment It has known In years nnd. while
prices were soaring up and down In the
wildest manner, brokers and specula
tors became almost frenzied. In the
mnd manipulation of the market the
"hnrtR were squeezed until the finan
cial life was crushed out ot many of
The Northern Pacific was head and
shoulders above other Issues as the
cause of excitement, but fortunes wcrs
made and lost on other stocks as well.
Before tho close the entire market be
came terribly demoralized, and tho
Hood of long stock swept prices down
many points. Broker, loaded down
with commissions to buy und sell, lost
their heads In tho great excitement,
and a panic resulted.
Men rushed about the floor of the
temporary exrhango !,n tho Produce
Exchnngo like maddened animals, and
tho din ot many voices raised n noisy
discord that reminded one of tho panic
days of the past, when Jay Gould was
u power in the market. From tho
crowded galleries spectators watched
tho brokers In their mad rush for mon
ey ns they, would a riot, nnd women be
came rrlgbtened. They could not bo- august occasion. I wish the ronimou
llevo thnt tho men below were merely wealth of Australia every happlnosj
uuying anu selling, it looKeit to mem
nb ir murder was being committed
liiero wero no rumors cen to ne
count for tho violent liquidation, ex
cept tho general fear that prices were
on tho toboggan nnd that speculators
were anxious to get "in out of the wet"
beforo a worse crash came. Ltqulda-
Hon continued till the close, when
nearly the whole list was in a demor
It Is Impossible to make n rational
estimate of tho effects of tho slump.
but old opcrntors declare thnt thou-.
sands of margin speculators who were
reasonably well fixed this morning.
found themselves ruined nt night.
Thousands of employes arc said to he
mortgaged for months nhend as the re
suit of negotiating their salaries to away horse this morning. He was
risk the money In tho financial whirl- taken to the Queen's Hospital where
pool, ho now lies In a precarious condition.
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A SENATOR SLURS
THE GRA JURY
At this forenoon's session of the Sen-1
ate, tho following communication, ad-1
dressed to tho clork of tho Senate r.nd
written by tho foreman of the Grand
Jury, now sitting was read:
Room of tho Grand Jury,
Honolulu, T, H..
May 14th, 1901.
Edgar Cnyplcss, Esq.,
Secretary of tho Senate,
Sir: The Grvnd Jury requests you
tn r. nlsli n eortlfle,! rnnv nf nnv writ
Ing from tho Governor of tho Terrl- ,l10 urso of his remarks, Mr, Carter
tory to tho Legislature or a committee ni!11'0 ,1",so statements
thereof In which a statement or intl- "Tho Grand July Is not going to do
motion Is made that members of the anything. They aro idraply u ban el
Legislature had been ottered or re- of whitewash. Wo know w-nat they are
reived bribes Intended to Influenco going to do beforehand from tho com
them In their action and In their con- plcxlon of tho men on tho Jury. The
duct as 'public oHlclals, letter doe not mean anything ono way
A leply to this Is desired at your or the other."
earliest convenience, Mr. J. O, Carter, the foreman of the
1 Very icspcctfully yours, i Grand Jury, Is un uncle of Mr. George
J. O. CARTER, R. Carter.
Foreman of Grand Jury.
Mr. C. Brown moved that the clerk
bo Instructed to answer the communl-
Conferences of Important bankers
and banking Interests were held this
evening to discuss the matter and de
vise ways and means to prevent a far
reaching financial catastrophe.
The brenk1 today started shortly be
foro 1 o'clock and when the market
closed some two hours later quota
tions 'had slumped In the Interval any
where from one to twenty nolnts. For
tunes that had been made In the last I
D.A u.f .TV. Ill .UIIIV IHK0 1flUI,
wiped out.. '
EIGHT MACHINISTS ARRIVE.
Ight machinists arrived in the Sierra
to go to work In the Honolulu Iron
Works. They were shown through th
works this morning by Messrs. Dyer
and Scott. They are all members ol
the Amalgamated Association ut En
gineers and called next nt thehead
quarters of the I. A. F. M, Afl.t
hearing the story of th estrlktng ma
chinists, they refused I bsolutely to ia
o work under present conditions,
President Jamlesou of the Io:al Ma
chinists' Union states that Mr. Ken
nedy has written n l"'t"r tn his firm
promising 100 men .tf'.'r May X. tf
they nre needed. Mr. Jamlesou tni,(
no stock In this statement as he be-
llcves by. that tln . no machinist on
the Coast can be foumW'ho will come
""Ci Ho says further 'hat the labor
unions fromt be Coast to Cl eland.
01,,. nro Interesting themselves In th
tionoium iniw troubles; and will hclj
thcra In the battle to the end.
TWO 8IIAMROCK3 READY.
Southampton. May fi Sir Thomas
Llpton has reached Southampton. Mr.
Watson nnd Captain Jameson will ar
rive here today but Mr. Fife Is not
expected until Monday or Tuesday
Sir Thomas will send the two Sham
rocks to Weymouth today for trials In
deep water, clear cf tides and shoals.
It Is not likely that further trials will
like place In the Solent. At all events!
most of them will take place, outside.
The two Shamrocks will anchor for
the night at Weymouth, and the new
ir.alnenll of the Shanuock II will be
Soderfircn in PpIhoii.
In the Federal Couit this morning
nn effort was made by the attorneys ill
F. O. Sodergrcn to have him admitted to
ball pending tho procedure In court to
perfect his appeal. The matter was ar
gued before Judge Estec who refused
to grant the motion on the ground that
thero was no United Slates statute au
thorlzlng. releaso of prisoners on ball
before appeal has been perfected. So
dergrcn will therefore bo confined in
Jail until June 5. the date set for a
final hearing In the matter of perfect
ing the appeal. When the appeal Is
legularly filed, he will be admitted to
hall In the sum of J3.00U
KING SENDS GREUTING.
Melbourne, May 9. After opening
the Australian Federal parliament to
day, the Duke ot Cornwnll and York
read tho following telegram from Kliu
"My thoughts aro with you on thlt
No Meat Consolidation
Gilbert J, Waller, manager for the
Metropolitan Meat Company stated to a
i Hu'lctln reporter today that thero Is no
t"1"1 ' n the rel)ort that his concern
ua" consouuaicu wuu me uonoiuiu
Tho servlco for Ascension Day .will
be: Wednesday, 7:30 Evensong;
Thursday, 6:30 Holy Communion: 11
a. m. matins; 4 p. m pule ahlahl; 7:30
, P. nt evensong,
Mounted Patrolman Will hers was
EtrlmiBly Injured while stopping ti run-
ration nnd send the Grand Jury the
message from the Governor In which
bribery Is mentioned. Mr, Carter ob
jected. Ho said first that the Gover
nor had not sent a sluglethlug to the
Sennto mentioning bribery. When the
clerk handed him the mbsxngu of the
Governor, received by tho Senate on
April uOth. ho changed his tune a lit
tle and said that he could not recnncllo
tho communication from tho July with
tho messago of tho Gincrnor,
"t Wliut that bodyw llllted.
The clerk was finally Instrurled to
send the Grand Jury the Information
SPENT IN IK
Repeated at Today's
REPORT ON P0RT0 , RICANS
IS MABE AND ADOPTED
Motion to Refer Items to Judiciary
'Committee Furnishes One
Bone of Conten
tion. The procctdlngs of tLo iienato this
forenoon were characterized by a. dis
position on the part of the Senators to
talk. This, of course, Is nothing that
can properly be called im Innovation.
Tho first thing talked nbout was ihn
communication from tn-) toieuiin of
the Grand Jury which appc.irs In An
other column. The second 'hlng talk
ed nbout wjs the bill of tho lions",
proldlng for special appropriation to
defray the expenses of 'ho present ex
tra session and to settlo nccount ot
the regular session which have not yat
been paid. The regular appropriation
bill was the last thing considered nnd.
before nnytlilng could bo done with
this, the 12 o'clock whistle wore itbs.it
to blow nnd the Senuaton, medlng ii-
est and recrrMbr.. took a
After tho Senate had disposed of the
communication from tin) foiemnn of
tho Grand Jury this forenoon, the
clerk read nn ln ltnttou front the local
Post of tho G. A. R. isliln,: the mem
bers to bo present at Hie Memorial Day
exercises. This was accented with
Mr. Baldwin reported ns follows for
thoispeclnl committee appointed '.o In
vestigate the condition of the Porto 111
ranB nt the quarantine station:
Your special committee appointed
under the Houso Concurrent Resolu
tlon which called for .-. Joint committee
of the House and Senate to vis!', '.hi
quarantine station and Investlgatg the
condition of nl of of Porta Illcnns thnt
had Just been landed from, the S. S.
Colon, beg leave to report that In com
pany with the Iloitjo committer wo
went yesterday to the wharf of Quar
antine Island hut were not allowed b
tho Federal olllcer In charge tn R') to
tho quarantine buildings. We. how
ever, snw most of tho Porto ltlinns
on the quarantine wharf, ns ihey em
barked on tho boats of tho Kln.ui,
which steamer was then nearly ready
tn start for Maul and Hawaii. A pnr
linn of tho Porto RlrntiR wero shipped
tu Hawaii on tho Muuna Loa In the
forenoon, some wero sent to plnnt.l
tlons on Oahu, and a large number
were shipped on the Klnau to Hawaii,
leaving only a few nt tho quaruuMnn
The general nppcara.ico of this lot ot
Porto Rlcans was better than we anti
cipated, nlthough tb'iv boro evidence,
of poor living In thnlr own country,
and your committee Hlouhl say that
about ten per cent of them were troubl
ed with what the medical membci of
your committee, Dr. Russet, rails
"Troplral Worm," n complaint whlcn
Is moro or lsen prevalent amoug tho
working classes hero on theso Island l.
Dr. Russel nlso believed that two or
three of tho Porto Ricim had typlnid
fover, but ha could see no renon why
they .should bo further rctaico! on
quarantlno Island, Inarfxuch'ni abii.l
nineteen days had flipped slucii they
left Porto Rico, provided tho Board
of Health could, find nn slgnt of In
fectious diseases- nmnng tho Immi
grants nnd further provided that their
clothes and personal cttccts wcr. thnt
niighly disinfected. In this opinion
your committee concurred.
Your committee on Investigation as
certained that tho Immigrants had
Lecn thoroughly examined aril that
under tho supervision of Messrs, Char
lock and McVeigh, oltWra In chaige cf
io quarantine stat'.ru they had a,
thorough hath at Quiiantlno 'Itd.in,d
and that their clothes and personal
effects wero thoroughly dlsluferteC In
tho government dtslntoctln,; stoiiu
plant, n certificate to wh'ch elect from
Bald officers Is herewith attached.
The Porto Illcaim appear to bo a mix
ture of tho Spanish race and the abori
ginal Inhabitant.) of Porto Rico and
are sohiowhat like tho Portuguese,
though ns a rule not so lobust. The
I'orto Illenn has no negra blood In liU
veins, although theio'wero ono or two
part negroes In the lat.
There was qulto a largo percentage
nf children In tho lot Tiles') wn lo
llco will' glow up In this founlry to
Ik good citizen's nnd industrious peo
ple. Tho report of inns: of the manage! h
of tho plantations, whoro the Porto
Rlcans havo been rinpLiyed thnttvivr
been Imported tho la..t few month. Is
thnt their phjslral (ondlitoii has nvn h
linprncd slnco they arrived mi tho
plantations, nnd alltioiuli poor wnik
men nt first they are now as a tule giv
ing good satisfaction,
In closing, your committee wish tn
reltornto that Ihn Board of llealtn
should, beforo allovslng Poito Rlcans
to landhcre, exercise overy precaution
to preent the Introduction of small
pox or other Infectious disease.
Respectfully submitted, -
It. P. BALDWIN. ..
(Continued on page ).)
FI (U1M COMMISSION
At the meeting of the Fire Clilms
Commissioners this morning, tho fol
lowing officers wero selected: Secre
tary. J M. Rlggs; stenographer, C. F.
Reynolds: bailiff, William Tell; Ha
waiian 'Interpreter, John A. Baker;
Japanese Interpreter. Jr.s, II, Ilakau
olc. "fho Chinese Interpreter will be
lhosen)laterf 3t,i -
The CommlfMon hif iliclded upon
Us forms for the applications ot
claimants and also upon Its rules of
procedure. A definite date for the
opening of the court hn not been de
cided but will probably be within ten
days. This delay Is caused by tlim
needed for printing nnd distributing
HUGH MORRISON DEAD '
News cntne by the Sierra that Hugh
Morrison, manager of Makaweit plan
tation, had died a short time ago In
the Coast. Mr. Morrison had been on
the Coast for some time trjlngt o r
cover his health. ,,
RELICp OH HAWAIIAN PATENTS
The relics of the old patent olHco lu
tho upper story of the Board of Health
building were rcmou'd to tho base
ment of the Capitol building today to
give Prof. Alexander more office rooni.
The room will he occupied by him In
his work In connection with the Coast
nmVt Geodetic Survey. '
The paraphernalia from the defunct
patent office made mor than a big dray
load. It consisted ot trodcls ot patent
delces made by ambitious Inventors,
befoie tho matter of patents reverted
by annexation to Washington. I). C.
The models should find a resting place
In tho Bishop Museum.
A gnme of cricket will lo played
next Saturday between the Married
Men and Single Men. The teaiui vl!
be composed from among the following
Married Balrd. R. A. Jordan. Thorn
ns. Jlclntyro. S. Wood; Morse, J. W.
Harvey. A. L. Hatfield, Pllanlal, W.
Stanley, Smith.. Her. Klteht, Dr. Hod
gins, L. Pnrrlsh, Dr. 'Walters.
Single It, Anderson, D. W. Ander
son. Bottomley, J. L. Cockburn, II. B.
Sinclair, D. Ross. L. G. Blackman,
Miles. J. Mcdlll, W. Soper, Dr. Murray.
Usborne, Penny, Cralk, Ayres, Cation.
At the Orphcum.
The KIU ford Company arrhed In the.
Sierra this morning, rixteon tn .ill.
bringing with them a pllo of trunks
and scenery. lr. Ellcford express!-
himself as preassured ot a successful
teason In Honolulu, stating that Im
has long sought an opportunity o(
visiting the Islands.
The box olIHe Bale for the three
opening nights has been a heavy one
duly n few of tho best locations now
remaining.. A 15 and "', rent matlnco
ui Quo Vndls will be shea Saturday
afternoon for the children. Ttilrty
peoplo In all arc used in the production
of this play,
Grnnt to the Coast.
At the adjourned meeting of the
shareholders In the Hawaiian Auto
mobile Company this morning Man
ager L. T. Grant was authorized to go
to the Mainland and secure Improve
ments for tlin autoniobllo service. The
matter of procuring Improved batteries
Is ono of tho purposes. Mr. Grant.
Unwover, Imb bcen'glvcn wldo latitude
nnd Is Instructed to mako any pur
chases that will be for the good of the
company's service. He will make tho
trip by tho first boat.'
A shoe that would fit yt.iii
feet look well and always
feel good. - I lit J. A,
Banister and the Strong
and Garfield Shoes will uive
yon satisfaction in every
All tlit latest styles to he
had at the : : : : :
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