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.JINE 16. 190.'.
Even the Maul Nevs can't find any
one to pardon Dole for his abuse ol
pardoning power which Is practically
an attack on the courts.
Saturday's baseball games were an
exception that must not become a rule.
If enthusiastic crowds Is what the boys
Indiana Democrats summoned
enough courage to give Uryan a hearty
cheer but It was too much when they
were requested to adopt his cheap dol
A London dispatch says Lcwanlka,
the black king of Darotscland has visit
ed King Edward, smoked his cigars
and enjoyed himself. This is a recom
mendation for King Edward's cigars.
Kllauea Is at least stirring sufficient
ly to be worth going to cce, but the
Laughing Jackass responsible for the
screed on Punchbowl and Diamond
Head remains in a special class by It
self. From the discussion of franchise
rights carried on In some sections of
the community one might be led to
believe the corner stone of the Ameri
can constitution to be the Almighty
In all seriousness Is there not a sec
tion of Honolulu that will oppose mu
nicipal government while the franchise
remains unrestricted? This Is tho con
clusion drawn from sentiments the
Go ye Into all tho world and preach
the Gospel. This Is what the Illble says,
but tho Honolulu Ministerial Union
has voted a censorship. Query If
Christ came to Honolulu what view
would be expounded?
W. O. Smith is modest. People gen
erally are satisfied to hao the city
charter, ho assisted In framing, adopt
ed by tho Legislature. Tho perfect
charter has yet to be found. It never
will be determined except by practical
experience In Hawaii.
When tho next Legislature meets this
Territory will have had a full two
years In which to "study" forms of
municipal government adaptable to
conditions In every district of tho Isl
ands. Tho plea for further tlmo to
deliberate has lost Its power.
Let tho franchise alono. It this Is to
ocntlnuo n bono of contention In Re
publican ranks, the Home Rulers will
havo a perpetual lease on legislative
control. Get to work under the law as
U stands nnd stop this damnation of
citizens which accomplishes only
alienation of votes.
The nomination of Judge Knlua In
the Walluku precinct meeting suggests
that the Judgo may contemplate doing
politics. If the Maul News Is properly
understood, Judgo Knlua has more than
he can do attending to tho affairs ot hla
position without branching Into the
trials and tribulations of political con
Somo of the'stockholders In Llpton
Limited havo been unkind enough, to
suggest more attention to business and
less to yachting on the part of Sir
Thomas. A reduction in dividends was
tho cause of this thrust, which Indicates
that Llpton has not found his yachting
ventures such valuable advertising rt--terlnl
as was anticipated.
Something besides hard times may bo
speedily coming Hawaii's way after all.
The beet sugar news from Germany Is
a host In itself. If this can bo followed
up by a Federal appropriation for the
fire claims and tho election of a Lcgls
lature that will do something, this Ter
ritory will not remain long In the do!
drums of financial shortcomings.
Censorship of the Ministerial Union
meetings Is without excepton one ol
the funnest things Honolulu has pro
duced In many days. One might almost
be led to believe we are living In tho
days of the Inquisition or even tho
carter years when men and women
were cast Into dungeons and the lions'
den for proclaiming their belief In
Jesus Christ as the Savior of men,
Once In so often, be It weeks or
months matters little, the ministers of
the Gospel residing In Honolulu meet
to discuss matters of religious Import
bearing upon their work In leading
men to a higher life, elevating tho
moral plane of the community, advanc
ing the lenchlngs of Christ. The news
papers of the city have lent their as
sistance to this work by giving full
reports of the meetings and publishing
extensUc excerpts from the paper read
nt each session. I)y so doing the papers
have not only fulfilled their obligation
In giving the news, but It Is also cer
tain they have given the words and
thoughts of tho ministerial workers
broader publicity than could be secured
from the pulpit of any single church
or all tho churches combined.
On this bright morning In June news
paper reporters wlio went to report the
Ministerial Union meeting were In
formed that they could attend the scs
slons but must do so with the under
standing that only such remarks or
such discussions as tho Union desired
should be published. The list of ques
tion marks this action naturally sug
gests Is Interminable. A ministerial
censorship In this day and generation
Is so remarkably extraordinary as to
becomo proocatlve of excessive mirth
Has religion and religious discussion
leached the point where It must be
hedged about with the caro that sur
rounds the dispatches from a scat ol
war or has somo new way to the Joys
of the hereafter been discovered fret
only to a special few?
It Is not likely the ministerial cen
sorship will, seriously Interfere with
the peace of this community. There
aro no constitutional rights Involved,
and unfortunately religion Is not sum
clently deep seated In the minds of the
majority to cause any worry oer
whether the ministers censor their
views or hold their sessions and speak
their minds on the street corners. But
one sentiment is likely to be heard:
Lord, Lord, Into what narrow grooves
are thy servants leading!
This Idea of carrying elections and
securing wise legislation by telling tho
electorate what an overwhelming per
centage of unadulterated rascality it
contains Is a phase of good government
or good citizenship that doesn't take
Its text from the Golden Rule or wist
The statement that cities are corrupt
becauso the good government forces
are not active puts the good govern
ment citizen on a lower plane than the
corruption. The man who knows
his duty and refuses to do It will find
no placo vacant for him In the galaxy
of honest citizenship.
Officials of the Rapid Transit com
pany have stated that no voter of tho
Territory seeking work on the exten
sion of Its road work will be turned
away. Now gentlemen, you're talking.
POWUR OP THE PULPIT.
Now York Mall and Express.)
lllshop Earl Cranston of tho New
ork East Conferenco of tho Motho-
dlst church, raised a largo question the
other day when. In addressing n meet
ing held in Torrington, Conn., for the
jrdlnatlon of deacons and elders, hi!
fit ached on tho subject, "Is tho Pulpit
Losing Its Power i he answer which
any man is likely to glvo to such a
iiucstlon depenilB on the sort of man
he Is. If ho Is optimistic, bo will give
a hopeful answer. If ho Is pessimistic,
ho will be quick to report that tho min
lulry is certainty losing Its grip. Bishop
Cranston Is a genial and hopeful man,
and wo aro not surprised to hear from
1 tm a negative answer to his own ques
Ho was right when ho declared that
line of tho reasons why tho Impression
prevails that the pulpit Is not as cf
fecttve as It once was Is iho fact that
the spiritual level of our communities
tni been greatly raised In tho past
century. Tho mlnlstery docs not have
an much occasion as It onro did to
tnunder Its admonitions from tho put-
rll, or to apply to mombers of tho
flecks tho terrors of an outraged goa
pel. Peoplo are better than they used
to bo. To bo sure, enough ot thorn are
bad. Tho occupation of tho minister
an tho crier of tho Biimmons to repent
anco Is not yet gone by any means,
But tho mass of our Intelligent com
munities has been lifted up, by the
pulpit and by other good agencies to a
vnstly higher level of spirituality than
enco prevailed. When tho Btream has
filled tho lako, It no longer needs to
roar over 'ho stones.
But with this very advent of n high
er degree ot spirituality, o higher re
tporslblllty has como, to rest not only
on tho ministry, but 'on all other sorts
nf spiritual leaders, great and smnll
litis Increared spiritual responsibility
la tho Influence which has mado tho
pulpit a hardor station to fill accept
ably than It used to be, It Is a nervous,
'.Y&tchful, eager taBk this duty of
keeping up to a high standard a flock
which, though It may often fall to
trenslato Its ownjdeala into virtuous
nnd noble conduct, nevertheless un
doubtedly possesses tho Ideals, and
must not lose them. Though It has
M- f 4-H-H-f-f -r-f -f 4 -f 4-M-f
HAIL THO OLIGARCH!
So the vindicated Hawaiian Monarch
with Roosevelt's brand "O K" on his
bosom landed In Honolulu and forgot
that ho had Just como from the coun
try where the courts are respected I
He pardoned good Editor Smith, who
had been sent to tho reef for thirty
days for flagrant, contemptuous and
contemptible contempt of court. Tho
sentence had been Imposed by the
First Circuit Court, sluing en banc.
It had been confirmed by the Supremo
Court of Hawaii, mid on being sound
ed, the United States District Judge.
Morris M. Estec, had declined to Inter
fere habeaB corpus))'.
now wns it none? Dole knelt up
ins unceiors and supped his hirsute
head through the TTiurstor. brass col
lar, lie licked Thurston's boots and
granted the pardon. Ho conies back
to Hawaii the samo paradoxical com
bination of haughty stubbornness and
cringing servility that ho was when ho
quit drumming his ofllco table with his
lingers nt Honolulu, and nnswcrcl
Roosevelt's summons to come to
Washington. Tho spots on the leopard
aro changeless. We had forgotten
Volcnno Marshal tisea strong lan
guage In his paper, got six months, nnd
was worked on tho streets with con
i lets. Smith, In tho Advertiser, docs
worse, nnd gets thirty days. Marshall
was pardoned, true enough, nftcr ne
had done weeks of rock pounding.
Smith Is liberated from the roof gar
den of Oalui prison before he gets com
fortably settled upon his prison divan.
Tnlk nboul your root-hog or-dle poli
cies. What arc we up against In Ha
waii? ON DANGBROU8 ROCKS.
The Republican party In Hawaii u
losing the nctlre assistance of some
of Its most capablu campaign workeis
and leaders. When men llko J. A.
Kennedy come to feel that It is not
worth while, the party Is In the vicin
ity of dangerous rocks.
WHO'LL PARDON DOLB?
Governor Dole pardoned Walter G
Smith, but tho more serious problem
now remains as to who Is going to par
don Governor Dole for his hasty act nf
1118 GREAT MISTAKE.
Dole's best friends in Hllo say the
Smith pardon Is hlB greatest mistake,
IIAWAIIANS APT SCHOLARS.
It Is pleasing to note the readiness
with which native Hawallans adapt
themselves to the Institutions of freo
sllf-govcrnment. Tho older men, who
wero born and raised under a monar
chy vlo with the young men In grasp
ing me iuca mat men are tapablo ot
self-government. The addod dignity of
character which they develop, as they
becomo conscious of tho fact that each
one of them Is an Integral portion of
sovereignty is already becoming no
tlccablo on Maul, and gives promise
of a splendid raco of American Ha
wallans. Of course, they have much
to lenrn yet In tho matter of choosing
proper, upright and nblo men to fill nil
public offices, but they are apt schol
ars, and will soon learn this lesson.
STILL WANT BOYD.
I Hawaii Herald.)
If Colonel Boyd insists that Is namo
bo withdrawn from the list of candi
dates for Delegate, tlio people of this
Territory should endeavor to havo a
heart to heart talk with him and con
vince him of his error. His first duty
may be. as ho puts It, nt home, but ho
has a higher duty to perform If tho
people demand It. ic will bo lesB diffi
cult to secure a competent Superin
tendent of Public Works than to find
a good man to represent the Interests
of every section of the Territory In
Congress. Colonel Dod Is admittedly
a strong man politically and his ability
Is recognized to an extent that his elec
tion would bo sure, whichever party
would nomlnato him. It Is duo to tho
peoplo of tho Territory that he accept
the nomination when It Is tendered
"The Opium Cache on Maul."
not been nlono In building up these
Ideals, tho pulpit has had Us full part
In the work; nnd the power which It
exercises today, as tho nourlsher and
hiixtnlncr of them, Is uot less, but
greater, than the power of tho minis
ter of former generations.
It Is less as the lawgiver, the Intl.
mldator, the policeman of religion and
nirallty that tho minister of the pres
ent day acta than as tho Insplrer, the
mggestor, tho sustalner. And by the
sumo token ho Is greater than his spir
itual forbears. Ho does not threaten
lilt hearers so much as they did, but
ne knocks more insistently, and to
btttcr purpose at tho portals of their
AN ICELANDIC LYRIC.
Thrco things there be In the world,
And' what do you guess they mean?
The stable land, tho heaving sea.
And tho tido that hangs between
Three things there bo In this life.
And what do you guess they mean?
our sun-warm soul, my wind-swept
And a current that draws between.
Bliss Carman In May Smart Set,
Tho famines In the Interior nf Rus
sia are coincident with a decline !n tho
humidity, duo In great measure to the
destruction of forests.
The eyeball Is white because Its blood
vessels aro ton small to admit ot the
red corpuscles of the blood passing
Poultry - Supplies
has been used for twenty-three years In tho manufacture of
INCUBATOR8 AND BROODER8
because It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only truo
that Petaluma Incubators and Droodcrs aro mado of tho best lum
ber In tho world, but every ether article used In their construction
Is of the highest grade, ond ttcrcfore these "Standards of the
World" Incubators and llroodtro occupy tho same relative position
to all other Incubators and Breeders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your whllo to rtad In our lato catalogue "A Bit of
Incubator History." You may have a calaloguo free by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by the
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
Agents for the Territory o! Hawaii
Our vehicles have the most advanced ideas in design,
and excel others In durable qualities and finish, . .
Chas. F. Herrick Carriage Co., Limited
Sole Agents Columbus Buggy Co.
LABOR AND THE
y FRANK P. SARGENT, Grand Master
The Industrial committee of the
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liuuui vivii; ri'Ul'luuuu mud uuiuui-u 4
work the value of which cannot bo too
highly estimated. The fact of such In
fluences being united to bring into
close relations tho two most powerful
factors In tho nation Is of itself a gi
gantic undertaking, especially when
for bo many years such a wldo differ
enco ot opinion has prevailed as to
what should be tho position of a man
of wealth and nn employer of men and'1" conferenco upon all matters affect
1,0 who has labor alone to offer for em
To bo successful In tho accomplish'
m en t of such nn undertaking, thoso
who control capltnl must reallxo that
In labor is tho creative power of cap-
unl. and that tho more enlightened.
skilled and disciplined by tho Influence
ot organization aro tho wage-workers, '
tno greater arc tne returns for tno cap-
(,,, IIKVOIVII WJ UIU VIHI'IUVl.
When labor Is encouraged by the
controllers of capital In everything
that tends to Improvo their efficiency
ns workmen, when societies of wage
earners are assured that they arc to
hao tho cooperation of their employ
ers In well directed efforts toward or
ganization, tho tnsk of "establishing
rightful relations between employers
anil wnrkara' urlll Iia nn nnsu nnn
lltll I1UIIIVIO Hill UV J IUOJ WI4V.
It In pvlilpnt tn rfinnn vrhn Imnnrllnl
ly study the effect of orsanlzatlon
among wage-earners, that In the
trades whero tho greater percentage of
tno workers are under organized disci-
pllne there Is found tho larger percent-
age ot returns on the capital Invested.
The product Ib of excellent quality
nnd of skilled workmnnsh p, which 's
evidence of tho prldo taken by tho
worker who wbb engaged In fashioning
and creating or discharging tho duty
assigned to him.
Workers as represented In organiz
ed labor should bo regarded as digni
fied, skilled and of the best type of
manhood, nnd should be so taught
through the principles of their organ
Employers should also encourage ,'VZ , ,, ., .""w. man
workers In the establishment of such t,,,n,e" . must J '?" yo" th,at tbat 8catf
organizations as will bring them un to rlUB "nDeu wlln prusslc acldT" At
organizations as will bring them up to
tnc nignest standard or efficiency, and
when to organized, by frequent con
ferences, discuss those questions
which to much concern their wnges.
prices, cost of production, hours of la
bor, discipline and social conditions,
to tho end Hint at all times there may
be a thorough understanding between
them upon all qucstlonB that affort
The employer and workers having
such understandings cannot help but
mntntaln closo relations so that ench
may get tho best possible results
Sr&E ayweW at' nnindS
Tho Influence of tho Executive Com
mittee of tho Industrial Branch of tho
National Civic Federation declares In
favor of mutual agreements between
tho employer and employe, each rec
ognizing their dependency upon tho
other In getting the host results.
Second, organization of the worker
Brotherhood of Locomotive Firemen
Na-iupon tho highest order of excellence,
' with Intplllennt. tllnt nnd rnmprvnllvA
with Intelligent, Just and conservative
Tho worker hlmBelf, Bkllled In his
trade, should bo willing to glvo to his
employer his best efforts in return for
a good wage, fewer hours of labor, and
humane conditions of employment.
If wage-workers and employers of
labor In tho many and varied Indus
tries of our nation endeavor to meet
Ing their mutual Interests, the end
sought by tho New York conference
will bo reached In all the largo Indus
tries, and, by experience. Individuals
wltl 8mal Interests will aulckly fol
ONE WAY TO GET A DRINK
1Ie waB a wcii.ureBseu Englishman
with an idlosyncracy of somo sort, anil
yet bo genteel withal that no one even
cast sheep's eyes. He sat down tn tho
Millard room of tho Continental
'i-ry quiet and self-satisfied, and hav
ing nothing to offer was passed by fnr
H'in'ctliing more curious In tho way of
humanity, with a sort of sugar-loaf hat,
ii.,, ...,.., ..
a fob nf
tt.txlltt nlln.l ... . it
,ins nB undemonstrative as tho flrBt
. uui it was nouccu mat no
look a chair vis-a-vis to tho other, and
I'ocussed upon him two" hard-set eyes.
Tnis visual attack became nntleenhlB
,, (0 patrons, and they watched tho
t(f(.ct on tn wc.Br0(JInea Londoner,
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J bo J'eM h 8 P08l,'on doggedly under
'"" "" nn" secmea to sco ovorytning
I ut thoso eyes. Tho hypnotic glaro
eventually falling of results, the Bugar
loaf hat was tipped raklshly, and the
owner stopped across and tapped tho
victim. "Keep your hands off that
cont; Its got arsenic in tho dyo!
This aroused geenral Interest, but the
aggressor tapped again. "How many
tlilr. the man who tried a masse miss
cd. of course. The mida'tinted Intruder1
drow his finger over the floriated
walstroat. "If that don't kill you," ox
claimed tho victim, "there s no vlrtuo
in etrychnlno!" There wns a nanso:
then the Invadnr wltn tho sugar-loaf
c '"''"Islered a whack on the shoulder,
-uiawBi ii, unawies, Hon t bo beastly
Cnmo and havo a drink, mo boy!" Not
till I consult tho stars," was tho dotcr-
ivlned answer. "You want to drink all
K ZJT" f P"
"- ,,wv, unto uiiyiuiui; iu
get a drink with, you know, an3 when
vut you nre in tnai condition you
w.int to mako mo your host, you know
by making mo your guest. Not to
night, Algernon," and ho walked out,
leaving Mr, Sugar-loaf to rail at tho
world's Ingratitude Philadelphia
Agents, Brokers and Jobbers.
W, G. Irwin & Go.
Western Sugar Refinery Company of
Baldwin Locomotive Works of Fhlla
dei'phla, Pa., U. B. A.
Nowell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cane Shredder) .New York, U.S.A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'i Chemical Fertili
zers, Alex. Cross & Sons hIghgTade Ferti
lizers for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
Ai.nn nvFF.n for. RALE:
Paraffine Paint Co.'s P.& B. Paints and
Papers; Lucol and Llnseea uu,
raw find tinlled.
tndurlno (a cold-water paint), In white
Filter Press Clothes, Cement, Lime and
CASTLE & COOKE, Ltd
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Walalua Agricultural Co, Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
The Walmea Sugai Mill Co.
The Fulton Iro vVo ks, St. Louis, Mo.
The Standard l H Cv
The Ceo. F. Blak. ..team Pumps.
Tho New England Llfo Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. of Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurance Co. of London.
fl. P. Baldwin President
I. B. Castle First Vice President
W. M. Alexander. .Second VIco Pres.
f. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Cartor Auditor
Sugar Factors and
IQENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co, Pala Plan
'atlon Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co,
Wm. G. Irwin & Co
Wm, O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice President
W. M. Glffard.. Second Vice President
II. M. Whitney Jr.....Treas. and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
VVI OtTTVI7t t
LIFE and FIRE
Insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., Ookala
Sugar Plant Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co..
Makee Sugar Co,HaIeakaIa Ranch Co.
Tho Planters' Line of San Francisco
Packets, Chas. Browcr & Co.'a Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
O. M. Cooko, President; George
RobertBon, Manager; E. F. Bishop.
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
Allen, Auditor; P. O. Jones, H. Wa
terhouse and Goo. R, Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO,,
Queen Street, - Honolulu
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolso Insurance Co.
Union Gaa Engine Co.
Domestic Sowing Machine, Etc.
Bruce Cartwright .
General Manager of
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Ot the United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant Street. Honolulu.
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Twelve months, at 4 per cent
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
V-jage estates (roal and personal),
Collect rents and dividends.
Valuable papers. Wills, Bonds, '.-,
received for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Pri
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Statements of Affairs prepared.
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Claus prtckala. Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
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Paris Credit Lyonnals.
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Victoria and Vancouver Bank ot
British North America.
Deposits received. Loons made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sola.
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Pieieer Bnilding and Loai
ASSETS, JUNE So, 1801, 180.04147.
Voaey loaned on approved security.
A Baying Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses buUt on the monthly Install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICERS-J. L. McLean, Presl
S,enU X A' Wilder, Vice President:
O. B. Gray, Treasurer; X. V, Dear.
. Din,?CT0RS - J- L- McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, O. B. Gray.
J. D. Holt, A. W. Keoca. J. A. lW
Jr J. M. Little, ii. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Offlca nours; 18:80 i;ao p. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten J4.000.OOO
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Reserved Fund Yen 8,710,000
HEAD OFFICH, YOKOHAMA.
The Bank buys and receives for col
lection Bills of Exchange, Isaacs Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts
general banking business.
On Fixed per cent
Deposit. per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 11
For S months x
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Hi King Slice
6ct of 5 maps, $2.00
60 CENTS EACH
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TUB . . .
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are requested to roglster their
State or Territory at tho
Honolulu Bowling Parlors
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