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Vol. XI. No. 2223.
IOLULU, TK1UUT0IIY OF HAWAII. WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 1902
PniOB 5 Oekts.
THE UP TO DATE CORNCRIB.
Races and Baseball Game
Prove a Great Success
OUT 11 U
Several Robert William
Holt Estate Heirs
THEY PLEAD LACHES
THIS MOVE OF RESPONDENTS
WILL FORM OCCASION OF
BRINGING THE CONTEST
TO AN EARLY ISSUE.
Some of the beneficiaries of the will
of the late Jlobert William Holt have
Joined In leslstnnce of the ntton.pt to open his mouth In the divorce pro
break the Instrument nfter the lapse of ceedlngs theic was nothing said about
forty ea.3 I'.irt of the defense, as tho custody of little Alfred, hence that
will be .ten below. In to be on the matter had no place In the decree The
ground of the time allowed to go by husband though disclaiming the-fnth-wltliout
calling In question the com- erhood of the boy took him home with
potent) of the testator.
Represented by Itobertson & Wilder
as theli attorney, llnnakniilanl Holt.
It. William Holt. Georgo Holt. Udwnrd
S. Holt Christopher J Holt ami Kllz.i
K. Richardson hae entered n demur
ler tu thp petition of James II. Holt,
John D Holt. John D. Holt Jr., Jas. I,
Holt and John F Column for reloca
tion of the probate of the will of Rob
ert William Holt, deceased, by the Su-
ureme Court In the venr 1SC2.
The .c-sponclents ns a (list ground
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say that the petitioners have not made
or stated tuch n cause ns entitles them
or either of them to thc relief prn)etl
for or an) relief In respect to the mat
ters set forth In their petition. Second
ly, the) bay that It appears by the peti
tion that the petitioners are estopped
by their own Indies and tho laches of,
those under whom they Calm froit th. '
right of being heard upon the mattcis
set up In the petition,
Wherefore tho respondents pray that
tho petition may be dismissed with
The Hist blood will be drawn on de
Dinner, the hearing of which will pioli
ably be at an early date.
The ihooner Kniiilnnt arrived In
port yeM-tday afternoon at nbout :i
o'clock from Hawaii ports. Thc Knlu
hnl Ib quit" a stianger In this hatbor,
she being generally emplo)cd on the
windward coast of Hawaii bringing
sugar (torn the Hllo and lliinialciiv
plnntiitlonk to the windjammers In Hllo
I.eivlrg Hllo, the Knlulunl stopped
at Ookala and Kiiknlau, taking sugar
on board She then went to Knvvalliau
fioin which place she took n load of
cattle which vveie landed nt the leper
settlement The Knliilnnl brings to
this port u load of Ookala sugar con
signed to Brewer & Co, This will ho
put nn hoard the Andrew Welch. She
also loins a load of Kukalaii sugar
lor Hackfcld & Co. This load will bn
put on board the bark Kaliilanl.
. . .
General Lord Kitchener, Commander
In Chief of the Ililtlsh forces In South
Africa celehi.ited his ilfty-second
liirtlul.iv en. June 21
SIX FOR A QUARTER AND BETTER THAN MANILA'S
CUBAN 5c CIGAR
L, F. STERNEMANN, Fori Street, opposite Club Stables
II SUMS ME
JUDGE GEAR DECIDES
CUSTODY OF A
NEW BAIL BOND OF WM. SCHNEI.
DER ON APPEAL INVENTORY
OF THE ESTATE OF MA-
Judge Gear on opening Circuit
Court this morning was confronted
with a Solomon's case, to writ: that of
the custody of a child. He did not
call for n chopping weapon to divide
the Innocent subject of controversy.
Modern Jurisprudence obviates such
uncanny arbiters of disputes between
man and.man.or man and woman as In
this caso. J. M. Vlas appeared for n
petition ,to phce the child of John
Gouvela and Lorlnde. his divorced
wife, under the guardianship of Joh'n's
sister. A. O. Correa was present to
oppose the petition but did not need to
his new wife and there was no showing
that he was not being well treated.
Under these circumstances the court re
fused to interfcic and dismissed the
I In the cai-c of William Schneider
'convicted of nssault with a weapon.
Judge Gear held that he bond to ap
1 pear for tilal hnd fulfilled Its purpose
and there was nothing left but to
'execute the sentence. He declined,
Ihnucvei, to Issue a bench wurrant for
B "c ot scuneiuer, as reques.ee:
' Assistant Attorney General Douth-
lit, the case being one for the sheriff.
Mr. Ciclghton piomlBed a new bond
on appeal In thc sum of JOO within a
few hours, It having been sent to Wal
pahu jestenlny afternoon for signa
tures of principal and surety. This was
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??"K'kf; i'" "'.8,r? r'1f, ' ' e
cfctate of Maria Kopena, has tiled an
.Inventory of the estate showing n val
uation of S 11 17. nf ulllrli StDflll rmlrp.
B,.,8 iamI i jinnoa.
IAUKEA NOTAFTER OFFICE
I'dltor Hvenlng Bulletin: As my
name has been mentioned more than
once, in the columns of your paper, as
a possible party candidate for the
Legislature, will )oii be good enough
to announce to my political fi lends
that I nut not peeking Leglslatuie lion
ois, and under no consideration, If of
fered, will I accept a nomination to
either branch of tne Legislature
You may also say that I nni not af
flicted (or inthcr my bonnet Is not)
with the buzzing of nn Insect home-
times called the "Congiesslonnl ilee.
Should the nlllletlon by nny chance
ov ci take me (nnd the) say It Is con
tagious) it will take moiu than five
thousand n )ear to Induce me to stand
foi tho nomination.
C. I'. I.W'KCA.
Mr Rhodes Is one of the few men
who have had statues It) their life
time Many will no doubt be erected
to him now that ho is dead, but mean
while a colossal figure In bionze of the
make i of South Africa Is standing In
the studio of John Tweed of Chelsea.
London It was executed to the order
of the citizens of Hiil.iwnjo. nnd Is In
tended for the maiket place of that
The steamer Noenit arrived In port
this morning at nbout 7 30 o'clock,
safe and Bound, and bringing the bard
of Honolulu sports, who went to Maul
to witness the races and play baseball.
The steamship company took espe
cial pains to handle their precious ear
go "with care" and only veiy few were
seasick. The steamer landed the happy
eiowd at Malaea jesterday morning at
about o'clock, leaving that port again
at 10 o'clock In the evening of the same
On the way home cspcclall) a good
time was enJo)cd by all hands on
board "Sonti)" Cunha had his banjo
and ' I'.it" Gleason his mandolin and
these maslerl) nrtlsts enteitnlned th
compati) with a series of varied selec
tlons. Those who had no music In
theli souls found entertainment In
various uthei w.i)8.
1'iom nil accounts, the baseball
game nt Wells I'ark, Walluku, jester
day. between the Maul and Honolulu
teams was a memorable one In every
respect and the Honolulu pla)ers hvo
nothing but words of praise for their
tieatment by the, Maul bo)s and tho
Mnul people In general. Krom Mio
time the) landed until they took the
boats for the steamer In tho night,
the) were continually surrounded with
n hospitality that the people of tho
other Islands of the gioup would Hnd
hard to equal
The most satisfactory part of tho
whole thing for tho Honolulus was
that they won the gamo from (ho
Mauls by n store of 11 to 4, but it was
not done with any great case, for the
latter plajeil 200 per cent better than
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cm-v i "- Ku "u me r-uuiiuiMi
grounds during Merchants' Fair week
In fact the Honolulu, when they
saw hove the Mauls playeif In tho flrit
Inning, did not feel so confident uhont
things as they did when they first ar
rived upon Hie grounds.
The boys nil went to the races at tho
Knhulul track first, but left early In
order to get to Wells I'ark In time to
SO SAYS A MAN WHO
WAS RECENTLY THERE
A SPLENDID OPPORTUNITY FOR
AMASSINGFORTUNE IN SHORT
TIME WHAT COULD BE
Tho sale of n large pot Hon of the
Island of Lanai on Saturday
uiiiiks cu mum me many excellent rca- mat me raising of hogs was n line ion weie the principal featuie. The
lures of that member of the Hawaiian pa) lug btislnchs not many )ears since 'Japanese have, during tho last few
group, many of which excel those of "I siw growing there oranges, limes, I hi)s, developed a startling tendency
the other Islands. ' tenons, papains, coffee, mangoes, tigs I tnvvaid tutting one another and the
As far batk as 18S0. people here were I n'"1 "1!,ll' other fruits and vegetables work of the polite to down this epl
wont to sing the pialses of Lannl. not 1 "I"1 near the dwelling of an old Ha- I demlc Is hnmpeied considerably by tho
only ns nil Ideal home but also ns alwallan, ns tine, green, vigorous sugai jfoct that tho Japanese stlclc together
wonderfully productive land, fore- allt' d on" (onld find an) where. and are loth to see any of their toun-
most among the men who have s'ung "' feall) believe that If one's desires tr)inen get the punishment which they
the pialses of the little Island Is R II. I nln toward a sugar plantation, a very . deserve.
Ha selden and good words have In-1 successful one could bo developed Ishlhasl. whose caso came up this
variably eome fiom the veiy few who I there It would certainly be one of the morning, had assaulted his wife, Mio,
have been fortunate enough to visit largest In the Islands Then there are with a pair of scissors. Indicting quite
the place. , growing on Lnnal large quantities of ft an ugly wound In her head Mio came
A tloso observer who visited the Mre plant, some of which has been before the com t weeping Mtleily. She
Island during the middle of July had P'eaned and samples sent to various , leaned over the rail of the tlerk s desk
the following to sa) to a Ilullttln re-! Places I might sav that some jean 'and shed coplnus tears Into llennle
potter this morning'
"1 had heard a great deal about tho!
place hut I had never realized what a
Hue piopeity It le.illj was and what a
dlveislt) of puisults one could engage
In theic, until I made my visit c
"On tho windward side that part of
the Island seen fiom passing steamers
Lannl docs not look ver) Inviting
On ih) visit I lauded at the old wharf
of the Mnunnlel Sugar Co, and passed
through the entire length of that pio-
A laige amount of work had evl -
ilentl) been performed The distance
fiom the lauding to the exlieine noitli-
einmost pait of the plantation, nnd
where the load tuins abruptly to the
left to cioss the mountain Is, I should
say. nbout six 01 seven miles. There Is
a fnlr road over the hills, mil we made
the entile distance fiom tho landing to
the 1 ant li house In about three bonis
Just how far it is I should b 1 titnte
to sa). but It siimed itiug until we
bad passed tho summit and were on
the down giade on the opposite side
Thin It was tli.it the beautiful dispi.i)
of unt 111 ('h woik diove the tiled feel
ing awav and I was slmpl) lust in nil
1 illation foi the balance of tho Jour-
llieie Is nowheie else In then ll
11 U -mil 11 well glassed land nun
1 1 vi 1 hivi I si en In the midst nf stim
uli i 1 -t ii 1 1 lands so meet) nnd 'ifv
11 tut It si n to 1111 that ati.viiu
who i Ml 1 1 1 1 li ip til's ( -late and 111 I
11)111 pi uhase 01 leise fiom tin othe: '
conipos themselves anu picpare lor
The game was not tailed until I 4 t
o'clock on account of the lateness rf
the nrrlv.il of the crowds from tho
races. When the game (111 Utility
stait. there was found to be on tlia
grounds something between four mid
live hundred people. When Vie gate
receipts were counted afterwards. It
was found that $100 hnil been taken in.
Morris Keohokalole of Honolulu noted
as one of the umpires; J. Cottrell of
.Maul wnB the other.
It might be mentioned that this Is
tho very largest amount of munc) that
has ever been taken In nt a baseball
game on Muul, so the Interest that wni
felt In the game inn be Imagined
Of course, the crowd was with tlio
Maul team ns It should have been, but i
be it said to the credit of the Mono
lulu people present on the grounds,
that they were by no means nfrald to er the Held. This nt to the Houo
measure their lung power with that r.I '"I" pltclict's ears and the consequence
the others. The Honolulu "rooters" ins that ury U"ie this particular
did themselves proud, standing In n "n 1-'"1 to the ua' -no strutk out.
little bunch throughout the iianie nniP " "Imply threw n whirlwind of a
)elllug nt frequent Intervals vid !n
The Mnul people did their best in
the conthlng line to make their me.
win, but It was no go. The home play-
ofs were unable to "get c.itn Dane)
Joy's curves and. If the) did hit tho
ball there was nlwa)s a Honolulu man
The Maul boys, It Is said pla)ed n
most determined game George Ciipi-
tilings behind the bat did all kinds it
good work and surprised even Ills
most urileiit admirers He split Ills
io.no amun uuring ine game out woum
,not quit and continued to catch as It
noiiung MM Happened.
Jiiekson. the pltdier. did not suc
ceed In doing niudi. He was so badly
batted that it became necessary to
take lilm out of the box and suhitl
tute R. C. Searle. the manager of tin
All-Maul team that came to Honolulu
during the Men hants I'air.
CiimmingN proved the heavy hitter
for the nils, one of his feats being
owneis their holdings can. ln the
couise of five )eai with Judicium
niinngement hnve an Income of nt
least Jluu.ouo per annum.
"Ibis can be secured first by making
a stock proof fence around the base
aud then by de.tiovlng all the goats
and Introducing tmpiovcd biec-ils or
cattle Another thing would he Hip
breeding of mules ami It may be said
In this connection Hint the Lnnni mule
nliend) has n recitation for worth
ahead of nn) other Islind bred mule
Luu.il mules alu.ijs command a read)
"Cattle could be Introduced tint
would eventuall) dress fiom seven to
eight bundled pounds nnd sheep eoubl
be Introduced that could l,e i-old for
nearl) double the present price, simply
i from their slic. I have been liifornieil
ago a price of six cents per pound wis
"feted for all tli.it could be supplied
'Lnnal watermelons .ue a luxury that
Is well known heie, the f i tilt being
"1 he lanch house stands nt an ele-
vatlnn of 17S0 feet nriordlng to the
gov eininent map mid has u mugnlllcent
view, but to me the pleas.uitest expei I -
ence was n cool atmosphere, making u
couple or quilts n cnmfoit and tho en-
1'"' absence of mosquitoes. I saw
I none and heard but one In short, It
1 Is an Ideal place foi a lesldente, and a
splendid proposition for n fortune to
ll0 ,0011 acquired b) any enterprising
' I"'. S Wler Mitchell announces that
lie will take It ens) this summer, hav-
lug arranged to limit hlmaolf to writ-
lug a monograph on Lsciilaplus, n
woik on nervous dlsoiders. to be pub-
llshed In three qiimo volumes; a his-
torlcal novel with Mid nthony Wayne
as the boio and a t w scattering fl.ort
stories and poems toi Hie Centu-y,
S, S, ALAMEDA, AUGUST 13,
Nct epi ni- st an er tn C jast '
i:piess c'o s l .1 tn day of ealllns
Wells, Fargo & Go. Express
TEL. MAIN 199.
Maionlc Temple, v-lth Amorltvun
i clean two bagger He also mice
other hits In tight plnfs which helped
IiIm team out to n great extent
Kor the Honolulus It might be laid
that Jo) In the box and Cunha behind
tho bat did the best work, nlthii'ign
the other pin) era did well ever) thing
that was expected of them The
Mauls pla)eil about the same team as
the) biouglit to Honolulu The llo.io
lulu team plii)ed the following men
Jo, p; Cunha. e. Glciisou, lb, Louis.
2b; Williams, 3b; Thompson, ss, .1.
Maitalllnu, if. A)lett, tf, and Hans
Joy hail things nil his own way. He
would tluovv straight balls for u time
and when he found Hint the Maul nun
were getting too tnsii) hits, he woull
throw n few curves nnd settle his mo i
ln Bood shnpe. One of the Maul mm
w'1' "efoie the game that he would
"eettle Joy's hash" h) batting him all
,l,a" nl"l Cunha himself admits that at
01,c ntngc or tne game, lie luul all bo
I,""1;1 ''0 to hold him. This was .mi-
"" "'? "0,lu'abll! '"; Ja-koii, tl.
Mu!"1,1,cl'" l'nl ! ,I"' h,at ,
, '" redlt must also he given Cunha
' ' 't work. He Is undoubtedly
"' l,ral" l'8t ia,cl,p,r 11,,1,ll; Wa'x"! D';'S
V'e )U1 8""1"1'110:1 '" ,(0C')I"B ,ho
Maul men on their bats was n caa
A , ,1C gecn ,)V thc 8cort. , ,
uB8i tlu.re wero uo ,,g tnl,e8 mi)e
, nny ,, ,nnnR ghl,hlK ,low MOIllv
)(J(, vama plajeil.
. ront ,llnnv -,,nr, , rn ..,.
owing to thu stiff breeze that was
blowing. Tilt's was naturally hard for
thu batters, but favorable to the field
ers, nnd nccoiiuts for there being fuw-
er errors than usual.
The score by Innings was as follows:
Honolulu 1 4 110 12 1 0 11
Maul 10002000 1 4
(Continued on I'ngo fj )
JAPANESE SENT TO JAIL
IN SPITE OF HIS WHE
ASSAULTED WOMAN WITH PAIR
OF SCISSORS AN FiIDEMIC
AMONGTHE MIKADO'S SUB
In the Police Court this morning
Japanese cases of assault with a weap-
,7.,-iblan's Ink nnd glue pots She- ex
plained that she did not want to have
her husband punished. The High
I Sheriff, however, icquested tho court
j that Ishlhaniil lie given a substantial
entente He hud cut Ills wlfo quite
b idly and bad dialed her with the
shears in bis hand, being pievcnted
1 from doing hti still moie sci ions harm
, cnly b) the Imeiventlon of a couple of
f The tendency among the inpauese to
mo daiigeious weapons In their dls-
putes had latel developed Jit an alaiin
lug maimer and It would be neecssar)
to piiniih this offender as an exnmple
to otheis who had this same unhappy
tendene) to me weapons The comt
sentenced Ishlhashl to four 1110111118'
impilsonment ut hard labor,
a Sao was eliarged with having as-
saulttd Shliao with a knife. Ycsterdav
defendant hid tried to collect a bill
(10m shliao and on the Intel's refusal
to ,,aJ lacI iHmped him Shlrao
W(., , ti poiico station and swnie
to i nun nit for the ants' of the de
'Ibis nioinlns Shlrao had, hnwuvor,
in li Mone a complete ihange of heart.
He supped up ou the witness stand
vlth i melodious Jingle of del irs In
bis i m 1 1 1 an 1 explained thai us A.
. o a n i m v panic ulur menu hi ins
li i ii I wUh to prosecute him
Tim lul pal i lied up the unit I out
of inn Hi ilenled in Diputv Sher
ia Inn ut itlon that he hid linn paid
to cliop llnv i i-e und ptonedil to de-
d&xrzr ,r rr-r!r - j-z?uwt
",s?;jt .vaT CAsCk.
fend his new found friend with
warmth. He stated that while A. Sao
had assaulted him. lie did nut think h
had cut Id 111 with a knife He had
fallen dining the scrap nnd had juob
ibly hurt himself in the fall.
The Deputy Sheriff nude the Japan
ese show the wound to thu court It
was n large and ugl) cut In the middle
of his back hut still Shlrnu maintained
that he hnd got It 111 his fall. He was
then made to swear to a complaint or
issault and battery on which tharge A
Sao was sentenced to four months' Im
prisonment with hard labor.
Nnmiira. eliarged with riding n bl
c)dc In n heedless manner, and John
Thomas, charged with profanity, were
Shlmohara paid J" for leaving his
horse untied. Ah Young, charged with
assault with a weapon, had his ease
nolle pros'd A number of cases were
continued, most of them In order to
await action of the Grand Jury
Mill TO Y
A dinner to Admiral Merry was given
by Cnitnln Harrlmaii of the Alameda
aboard that steamer last evening Miss
l'.iullne Neumann ami -Mrs. II. W Lake
vveie also special guests. A quintet
dull was present during the dinner and
sung nnd pla)ed Hawaiian musle. "h, """" '""'.'"" .'" .,""""
,-, , ,. .11 , 1 uf her guardian. J Alfred Magoon, er
Those at the dinner were Admiral,. ,. . ,, ,. ,... .....
Men). Miss Pauline Neumann. Mr
u.i f,B ii e t ..b m.o e 1 f.
Hasson. Col. Glra.d. I'. S. A.: he,?' K'nUrt?,B ,?J,ou ""V!
Mlses (ilr.inl. Miss Downing. Miss
Davis. Miss Williams. Captain 1! S O
White. I'. S. N.. Mrs. Whltr. Mnna
Wldemanii. George Itodlck, Mr Klanip,
Mr K 1 ouse.
After the dinner the guests vveie
driven to the Hawaiian hotel where ,1
delightful dance in honor of Admiral
Men) was given b) Mr. mid Mrs. Lake
Among those present at the dance vveie
.Mr and Mrs. C C I'crklns Mrs. J S.
McGrcvv, Mrs. Mnrfurlanc, Miss Ham
burger, Mr. and Mis, Ha) s Mrs Marx
Miss Alice Ulllct. Southard Holtman.
Ogden Hoffman, Mr Hamburger,
Samuel S White. Mr l.ltie.ister. .Ml.
and Mrs Hush, Lieut Newton, l' S, A ,
, , , . , 1 As tho debts amount to (2,220.13 and
The work tig of a coal mine some J5 , gn
four miles distant by electric current,., ,... ., ,, .,... ,,. .....
generated by menus of blast furnace
gases Is a recent engineering achieve
ment The gases are used to drive a
gas engine generating milt furnishing1 , "" ., ", """ """'" ' "
current nt 1000 volts, whlth pressure,"1 ' f' . c-
Is transformed up to 10,000 volts and ?."" X,( ' Bmh far PtalntllU. and A.
u.e.1 at thi. nr-.s.ir for a., endless M l"lertson for defendants.
used at this pressure for an endless
rope haulage plant It Is stated that
the cost of mine haulage under this
s)stem Is 1 per cent per ton mile.
SPECIAL CLEARANCE SALE
and OXFORD TIES
u.ll U1IU BI&C.'. .111 UUU IUIUU
at their regular price Regular pric of tho goods offered ranges from
54.50 to 56.00. Noto our special prices below:
Ladies' Oxford Ties, Louis Heel
Special at $2.00 and S3, 00
Louis Heel Slippers
Special al $1,50 and $2,00
medium and common sense heels
Special SI, 50, $2,00 and $2,50
MANUFACTURERS' SHOE CO., LTD.
1057 PORT STIIEUT
ready to pick, b'rjoih!"
Cleveland Plain Dealir.
RH 10 HAVE
Guardian Magoon Order
ed To Buy Lot and
ESTATE OF LATE H. C.
NORTON IS INSOLVENT
TWO ASIATICS CHARGED WITH
1 HEEDLESS DRIVING ARE AC
j QUITTED BY ORDER OF
I JUDGE GEAR.
Rebecca I'auec Humekii Is going to
I have a new house built by Judicial nit-
thorlt). Judge Robinson this morn
it... .,... .,..l 11... ...tll.l.ttt ... tltnt nfT..-t
dorsed by herself The guardian Is au
thorized to bii) n lot on the maiikn sld
lyv streets, nnd erect thereon a house
according to plans nnd specifications
stletted and approved b) tho ward
1 herself, the house nnd lot to cost ilto
gether Jl.euo It Is provided that thu
I money is to be derived from the colleo
I tlou or sale, but nt not less than pa.',
or a loan upon n certain note of Lizzie
I Keaka Keola for tl.Con and a certain
note seemed b) mortgage of I'tiocli
Johnson for $oo which notes nnd
I mortgages are now In possession oC
1 On the petition of O. V. Morgan, nd
I nilnlstrntor do bonis non of thu estato
of II. C. Norton, late of Waianne. du
'teased, Judge Robinson has declared
the estato to be Insolvent and directed
I n pro rata distribution to the creditors.
of a hank deposit, the creditors will
tome In for rather slender dividends.
Judge Robinson Is hearing a contln-
linllf.,1 of .1... Allan .it 1 ..... I. I AA A.
Two cases of heedless driving wcra
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Only a small line We have
nearly nil sizes If )ours U
here It Is a great chanco to
buy tics or slippers much les
than half their value. They
were mnde by tho best factor
ies and are latest st)les, but
lire odds nnd ends, and not a
complete line. That won't at
feet )ou, however, as )ou want
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