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EVKN1N0 BULLETIN. HONOLULU, II. T.. SATURDAY. NOV. 9. 1901.
Published Every Day Eicept Sunday,
at 210 King Street, Honolulu,
T. I!., by the
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
WALLACE n. FARR1N8T0N... Editor
Entered at tho Post Office at Hono
ialu as second-class matter. ,
Per month, anywhere In U. S....I .75
Fer year, anywhere In U.'S.... 8.00
t"r year, postpaid, torcigu jo.uui
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Office Box 718
NOVKMIinit 9. 1901.
Will otllclals of the Terrltor knldly
Inform the pulillc wh (loernor Dole's
leport to the Department of the lntir
lor h.ii been held up.
Ilnwall Joins with all other bixtlous
nf the I'nlon In (Minding inngmttila
tlmiH to King lMwnrd and his iitijee.tn
It Is u Miurce of gratltltatlou on both
Kldis of the water that King Udward's
re Inn will be marked b) the further
stri ngthenlng of the bonds of filiud
ohlp alrend existing lntwmi the En
glish speaking n itluuj
Where was the immottal Klnni) at
the gathering of the twent)-elglif lie
was erj nitlte tu sietirlng n slgniture
to tin- eommlttie report irltlilslng the
Attorney Cenenil Wh should he
be alwe nt at the mi t ting' ll remain-1
Ing in the back ground the contenipt
liwjirs peim to think the e nil make
the people Iwlle'te the are not pulling ,
the strings attached to the Dole-1 btiri-j
ltMMuelt's Thanksgiving proclama
tion is notnbte In Its freedom from pou
d rous expression so often eharaiterl7
Ing the calls for nn observance of a
itnj of thanksgiving and praci. Ills
leference to the death of McKlulej Is
particularly appropriate and carries
the tlmelj enutlon expected of hrnad
minded character The paragrnph
which sii)r "the manner of bis deuth
should awaken in the breasts of our
people a ktin anxlit for the country,
and nt the same time u resolute pur-,
)Hse not to lie driven b any eulamliy
from the patli of stioug, orderlj, popu
lar llbrrtj which as n nation, we lime'
tints far snfel) tiod ' shows that what!
Iiiltiieme our President (an (xert wllll
he dim ted ngatnst nu wholesale null
al upset of our national eustoms or
laws li reasou of a blow struck by
ana I eh
Kollanlng the it turn of leading gov
immmt functionaries the ofllclul or'
'.in states that no ehnnge In the olil
ilal admltilKtiitlon of the l'errltoi i.
"llltely. ' tins is n marked ellffcrencp
from the organ's blustering positive
liiss of piilous months. It mils tu
ii hid Its Hi t-t assertions regarding lh
Iluniphiejs rare which ttinclll) sim
mered down tu xnrlous ami sundry
efforts to explain Its unjustified re
marks. President Roosevelt Is sizing
up the Hawaiian situation in his own
Peculiar wu), and the pi o pie of this
Territory, otlklals or citizens, will nnt
known how It Is done or who is doing
it until tfce President nets upon the ie-
suits of his Investigations. The
Olmstcad report was nn uuphtisiiiit
h copener to local officials, as showing
that the l'ederal departments hay
wajs and .means of obtninlng lnfornu '
Hon other than blaMd local channils
TUB ANDREW'S AI-riDAVITH.
riie statement of John E. Until re
tarding l.orrln A. Andiews' nffiilavlt
that lliish acted as interpreter at s,
political gathering held in Judge Hum-)
phrc)' office furnishes another faetor
111 demonstrating the tliai.ictei of Dolti
appointees who continue In theli at
tack upon Judge- Humphrey. j
It will be remembered that this sunt.
Andrews, nn appointee of Coventor
Dole, acted lis the eavesdropper and
ke hoie reporter of tho Intmortal
thlrty-sivcn led b) Thurston. He nlso
produced nn affidavit In the Olll case
of which the Attorney Oruerul of the
I'nlted States said:
"It appeara from the affidavit of Lor
rln Andrews (Exhibit 330) that Judge
Humphreys, who was then presiding
at the term of court, expressed bis dis
inclination to bear any portion of tha
1GII1 case, and that the counsel for
tbe prosecution thereupon stated 'that
the matters Involved In the n),-n nf
abatement were merely matters of I
law ; that they did not affect tho facts
In the case, and that It was very Im
portant that an earl) decision should
bo rendered In this case, and requested
that the Judge for these reasons should
hear the matter at once. Tho Judge '
thereupon stated that he would do
so, and on or about ihe. 2."th clay of I
February, 1S01, argument was had In
the matter, nt the conclusion of which
the court stated that he would reserve
decision and would decide tho rase us
early as possible.' It appears that about
Maich 20, ISOl, the prosecutor upon
whom tbe assault was alleged to have
becu committed disappeared from Ha
waii, and from these facts the com
plainants against Judge Humphrevs
ginvely aver that tho decision of Judge I
Humphreys on the pleu In abatement
was 'iindiil) and Improperly ele-la)fd
with u view thernb) of lm-
properly and undiil) favoring said de
fendant and weakening the case of the
piose-cutlon.' It Is EXTRAORDINARY
that mcmbcis of the liar could prefer
so flRAVK A CHAROK upon so IN
SOKKICIIJNT OHOl'ND.S' Such
charge seems to betray a RKCKI.KS.H
pKSIRi: TO DKORADK Judge Hum
Pbreys mid RKPLKCTS LITTLE
CKKDIT upon those who have given
their endorsement to It. The COM
PLAINANTS' OWN PROOF shows
that although no legal grounds existed
to disqualify Judge Hurnplire)s from
considering nnd deciding tho iaso, )ct
because the defendant, was the editor
nf the Honolulu Republican and Judge
Humphries bad mi Interest In thn busi
ness corporation which owned thU
, newspaper, be oxpiessoel his willing
ness ami bis disinclination to hear the
rase, and only beaid It nt the direct
suggestion and request of the attorney
for the prosecutor."
In nilillltnt, in (lin nMvilMimfnt nf
the Andrews nfflelaWt dealing with the
(1111 iaso. In the Attornej General, In
terpicter Hush now comes forward
with the insertion that so fur as he
wns concerned, this game Andrew lias
auorn to Hint which is not tme. Yet
Andrews Is ft man whom Ooernor
Dole has repentedl) attempted to foixe
Into public ofllce and after lepcatcd
failures flnnll) succeeded In placing on
.t,. n,.. i .. t...i
the lloatd of Registration
London. Nov 2. The exact terms lit
whlili Oeneral Ilullcr. who continues to
monopolize eonersatlon Mn England.
iidtlsed Oeneral White to surrender
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,,..... . .. o ). ,.m..... .v.
mo mej useiy iu no m me near iu-
ture. The .Nation il Reviews version
of the message, while correct In sub-
stance, is Itit orred textual!). The War
OHlee Is blanud for allowing a llliel to
be i Initiated on the man it has nlre.id)
,o rmrrl disciplined, but as a mil-
, t z ,. ,, - ,. ...
Office Is blanud for allowing a llliel to
tcr of fact, the question of the publl -
ration of all the dispatches has now
pissed out cf War Seeretar) llroder-
Ick's hands and will shortl) be dealt
with Ii) the Cabinet Lord Raglan, the
fuller Seeretar) fur War. pointed out
i.. ,,.i,ii,,. ,., ,i, ......i.i.j
' I'"" "tatlve of the Associated
Press that t would be oniliientl) uu -
fair In publish this one dispatch with -
nut publishing others, which me vital
to an understanding of tho ono on
ivhlch the national eontloursv hinges
To publish the hundreds of messages
now on tile In the War Office directly
In llpl tire (Itl I lln ultliluit mnntia ml nil- I
in iilillia sii tin meiijici) iiivuua 11 lieu
tug to the public secrets not intended
to be made known nnd the Implication
of persons who have mi far escaped
mi) odium. It is probable that the
War Office- will take absolutel) no ac
tion I nthe initter until Parliament re
assembles, when nn official paper will
Ihimm rrnrw mm
KllllhU IrMUV W III
m T DDT M NT
mi mi i nil i imiiLii i
nsscmnies. wnin nn omciai paper will ni011(ll ,0I1,Kht ,j, lluin8 AjrtK anil
be rend) to answer the request which tho Pnlkland Islaucls. under the leader
1r sure to in- made, to have these ills-'ship ul Dr. Otto Nordenskjold. His
patches placid before the House of Hist tnsk will be to determine) whether
Commons. V,i nernl Ilullcr. so fur. ins'(,",nnm I-"""' 'i tt group of Islands or
not asked that this be done-, and' the
official view of the case Is that he Is
not Ilkel) to take anv such step. The
agitation In favor of (!c neral Ruller
docs not disturb the officials of Pull
Mall unci, with the exception of a few
Parllamentcry pissnges nt arms, they
oxpe-et It will blow over, ns did the ro
tlremciit of Ccncral Colvllle.
Washington Nov. 2. Unit. Out
Miles bns adopted thu following nr
inngomcnts Tor sending troops to the
Philippines to replace the four re-gl
niuits of short term men which aio to
bo brought home within the next Tow
Two battalions of the Twont) eighth
lutaiitr) to sail fioin ban Francisco un
11k (liatit on the lath Instant; one bat
liellon of the Twenty eighth Infantry
to sail from San Francisco on the
Win i I'll December 1; a squadron of
tho i:icventh Cavalry to sail rrotn San
l;mnclseo about Di'cember IS. on a
transport not )ct selected- n squadron
of the Kle-venth Cavalr), stationed at
Fort Kthan Alien. Vemiont. to sail
fioin New York on the Crook about
Die ember 1; a squadron of the Elev
enth Cavalry, stationed at Fort Mjci,
Vn . to sail from New York on the Hit
ford January 1I.
In addition to tho troops named. It
Is pioposed also tu send a largo num.
hoi or n emits for the purpose or fill
Ing the quotas of depleted regiments
In the- Philippines. The Eleventh Cav
alry oml the Twontyolghtb Infantry
aggregate about 2100 uii n and the
iiii-m-iii. limn in co sena out witn tliem
lie same number of roirtilts.
ivldlng nearly i.vO flesh sol
Hers I01 tlio rillel or those
FRN IS MURPHY CLUtt.
The Francis Muiph) Club lias ur
laiigid the rollowlng program Tor Ita
cpculng 1 utortalnment In tho new hall
at the iorne.r of Nuiianit und Uore-tania
streits this ovcnlng:
Voal Selection. "He Fought for the
Cause He Thought Was Right"..
., . A. II. Wallace
Lilian Shrewsbury McsltM
Vocal Selection, "The Hollo of JIa-
unl'a" F. (1. No)ei
Charatter Reading.... Herman Mleth
Hone Selection Kenneth Hopper
Song and Dame p. MeMahon
Re( Ration, "Thu Sleeplug Sentinel"
Comic- Song A. C. Dav'is
Piano Selection Private Olndllng
Comic- Selection Private Benlial
The man )0U sent to the horse
show," Bald tlio managing editor,
s( ems to be a humorist.' 'wnj i" in-
rpilred tie city editor. "After dese lib 'diew's tliureh. Tbe fiinetlnn, whlih
Ing the spetial class rcr donkt-)s. bunn8 ono ()f wIoHire.itl social inteiest.
yy- :. rz,'; " ttdi. At m. ncePtin
.il, uiiM ..nn, w.unox; ""''l' "
Mrs. II. Swellmau Topnotih. etc."
Agnes Hut doesjie tnlk seuslhlv?
F.thel Not at all! iHifclk simply do
WILL VISIT AMERICA
London. Ott. 20.- Prime RnnJI of
Ualiiehistau, who to an unusual ex
tint has sucti-ciled In exciting and
hurtling London h curioslt), and who g
vni Inns!) discrlbcd as an Indlnu poten
tate and a Prime of Slam, sailed Oc
tober 21th rrom Liverpool fcr Mon
trcul. on the bteamer Luke Hlmioe.
wbenee lie Is going to New York, ut
iiuupantc'd by n dusk) suite, number
Ing tweut) light persons.
Thn Pilneij lived a fortnight, Iu all
the splendor of Orle ntnl opillonc e, at
a fashionable Loudon note! whore h
bad dropped Iu unannounced and un
concernedly engaged twenty thiee
rooms. In spite of the public Ity which
such an nrrivul was bound to create,
hie bus lift England as much In tho
dark as to his Identlt) as when hu ar
rived. Tlio Indian Office has Issued
un official annoiiniement that there Is
110 such Indian chief as "Prlnco Itanjl
of Baluchistan," but neither condemns
tlio m)steilous st 1 auger nor chars up
bis Identity, as Itanjl Is pulpnbl) an
luinrnv cerinK i
'a piddlar of caUvs
as iiiarauerizeii u
Judge Wilcox, will long.havc aime tu
n member his morning In the Police
I'omt tida). He la the man that
.i aimed the arrest of llopu and Kinney
two Nlolopa nntUes, a couplo of da)s
ago. (barging them with assault ami
Tho Chinaman was the only witness
foi the proseuitlou and lie made a
gland fizzle of his own ease, telling all
manner of fairy tales and rapping the
Umax id rcmowng his eoat ami
showing n scratch which he said Kin
new had caused by striking him with
Us closed list,
Attorney Chllllngworth called Kin-
"O's wlro to the witness stand nnd
she testilled that the Chinaman had
Insulted her whin she started to pay
,lm f((r W)1M, (nkcg ttl,(h gbe )ln
,UUBUt However, this had nothing
,0 ,o with the ease. ,Thu Chinaman
trampled down the tloweis Iu llopu's
place and. when the native objoetc-d.
"' k-iiow mruch a nun wun a si
J!"!"1 lllul " ' the "tick ijtta
!" llTLnw " ' ,,, !
,stor was told by the two defenun
t" fellow struck at him with a stick.
Inf tin iln hl
j Wlllll tho le8,mony mu been com:
plaid. Judge Wilcox discharged tlio
clelendnnts and. calling the Chinaman
before him, dillvuiud himself as fol
' , ",,'!K" ""' ,)ol,ut SlieillT, I now
i otilit jciiii' vonielt) ou InBiiltcd
, nmmn nli, ,,- ,11ltlmnd ,,,,
Lmm, , r ha llo,18u nllJ tiragiM.(l
j within nil Inch of )our life, 1
probably would not buvci done much
but commend him. I dlsebargu the
defendants nnd I wnm ou not to let
itl,lK hfnil of tiling happen ngaln. Now
FV",,,r h,"1 "".. ,'K'Br out of ,"'r'-' ""
Now Yoik, Oit. 2C A cable to Hit
Pusl from London sn)s. The Hw ed
it h Antarctic i-xpidltlon leaves Pal
f'"' ,,f ,',n eenslve tiintlneut. I
' ""T , !?.,.? "Jf'J 1'L !" ?''
iuii en iiu i-Aieusivi- e oiiiinoiu. ii ciih
otter. It will be possible to ndvanto
tor a considerable distance by this
route, and a wlutir station will be is
trbllshed for six or seven persons, un-
del the command or Di. Nordenskjold. I
ObervntloiiH will bo eaiYled out In I
harmony with those or tho Hrltlsh I
ami Oorman expeditions. I
With the ship two oi three- niomhois ,
oi tilt; sclent I lie stau will make the
best use or tin Antarctic- siimmoi, and I
the n will return to South Aine-rlcn anil
the- Falkland Isl.inels. where the) will
remain for the winter, devoting thilr
principal attention to blologlenl work, i
On the approach of spilng work will;
bo continued In thu lie Ighborhood of I
tlio South She tlaiids. along the ice bat
rlei until It Is found possllde- to push
oi. to tlio winter station. Then It wlij i
depend upon ( Ircumstancos w bethel
the- united expedition will attempt to
examine canrully the route followed
by Woddrll in 182.T. witn tbe possible
co operation or the Sc ottlsh expedition
under Unite. The return to Sweden
Is fixed for tho end of tho summer ot
lfe02U3. Dr Nordenskjold will collect
spec ImcMis of all accessible lossll beat
Mappletl in London.
London, Nov. 2. I. level Carpenter
tlilscom. I'nlted States Minister to
Persia wns married In St. Margaret's
ibiirch. Westminster, today to Mien
Elizabeth Duer Uronson, daughter ot
the late Frederick Uronson of New
York, b( fore a fashionable assemblage.
Canon Heneon performed the cere
mon). Col. ('has. Cilciitnn wns tbe
hist man. F.gorton S. Wlnthrop of
New York, um le of the bride, gave her
Tbe bilclisniulds weio Miss Paulino
Astor. .Miss Muriel White, Miss (Ills
com mid Mile. MonUuululn.
Not Infected Port
Washington Nov. 2. Willi the In
formation so far in the possession of
the Marine Hospital Service' authorities
ns to the outbriak of plague In Uver-
pool and Rlasgow. this government
does not regard these cities as Infected
ports. The utmost tare, however, Is
be Ing exercised b5 offlc lais here to
prevent the plague from entering At
lantic ports of the I'nlted States
through incoming vessels from Liver
pool and Olasgow, All such arrivals
will he subjected to the most rigid
London, Nov. 2. The mairlnge of
itiinin uiniiMone to uoroiny ragei,
a danghtei of Sir Richard Horner Pa-
get, nart.. took place toilit) at St. An-
.fit Inili lnlfitu limlun nftiif t1t . 1 .
... ....... . n. , (..uu . tv -V-
moh), ti guests vlewtd the unique
and costly presents, which numbered
over six hundred and Included a silver
ink stand from King Edward.
1 When Interviewed in London, where
Ihe b) no mtans courted publicity
Prime Itanjl dec llnedt to so) from
whmto he came, but bo once orntii
lurl) remarked: "I nm a King."
Whether he Is nr If not, a King ho
ccrtnlnlv lived like one, spi-'mllng
mormons sums of money. The nt'
lino which sailed with him Included
'muslclnnH, who pioduced from welid
Instruments still more wjlrd sounds. A
diluting girl formed n prominent pait
of the dall) cnlertnlnments which tho
suite provided for their mastci, who
(pent most of his time in bed. He Is
a man of flue physique, dark skinned
and handsome. All his food was pro
pared in accordance with me strictest
Oriental usages by his own servants
who wore gorgeous rolirs and were
nightly marshaled hy a major domo
loi exercise In an adjoining park.
This mjste rloim pniiy will, it is said
make a tour of Canada and the Unite 1!
Mates, returning to England In time
for King Kdwurd's coronation.
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
Personally Selected in Eirope
Jutt arrived and being placed on
our shelves dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARE8,
6TATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLASS.
Seteetloni may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Pari? Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
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OUT Or ORDER
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made hrge addition to our machinery, we are
now ahle to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 23 cent per dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery uuaranteed. no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry and methods at any time during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
and our wagons will call for your work.
MRS. ED. A.
1120 FORT STREET
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the bi'Ht place to buy WALL
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caskets, shrouds and robes
- class Girtbalmer from S. F,
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8an rfranclico Agents Tho No
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New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Pari Credit I.jonnals.
Berlin Drerdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
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New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand. ,
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
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Commercial nnd Travelcre'
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notice 2 per cent, (this foim will
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mouths 3 per cent., G mouths 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent.
Pioneer Building and Loan
ASSETS, JUNE iJ, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly install
Twcntj third Series of Stock Is no.v
omCKRS J. I.. McLenn. Presl
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C. 11. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. dear.
UIItKCTOItS J. I.. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Clear. C. II. (Irny.
J. I). Holt. A. W. Keedi. J. A. I.sle.
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Subscribed Capital, .. Yen 21,000.000
Paid Up Capital .(... en lR,Q0e),UOU
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The Hank buss and receives for col
lection Hills of i:chnnge. Issues Drafts
and letters or Credit, and transacts a
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For 12 nioniliH 4
For t! months 2
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Branch of the Yokohama Specie. Bank.
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constnnlls arriving kteps our
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Jobbing promptly attended to.
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near Government building.
H. P. BERTELMAN'S
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To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or ofllce at John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Sehaefer.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
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AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLfc.
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Also proprletots of the popular
The pure Juice of the grapefruit. The
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freshing lrult preparation Known.
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Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, 8arsapa
rllla, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cldei, Pineapple, Peach
Chimmnne. Oraiin. I!t.an.n is-, .
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
hum avu wvv,nianii
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Cor
gress, Lithla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Olstllled Wa
ter from the Barnsttad 8111, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
Brews and Aerated Water, 60c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Member Stock und Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sunr
Eastern and Forclau Stocks and
-tOU Cullfornln Kt.,
Hun Prnncluco, Cut.
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