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NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF LANDS OF HAMA
At tvtclvc o'cln.'k ni.nn. Monday,
Mny 18, A. I). IftllS. lit the fruiil on-
trance of the Juillrinry Uutlillng, Ho
nolulu, thc.o will bo unlit nt pulillc I
miction"; timlor tlic provision nf part
G. Lnnil Art ISiir, fScTtloiia 278-2SC, I
Inclusive, Itovhort Laws of Hawaii,
ttoncrnl leiccs of tho fnllovvlnr; do-'
scribed lands: !
(1) l!':t5 acre?, n little moro or'
lrsj, of tho land i f Kuolic, IliiniaUun,
Hawaii, below tlio .".000 foot contour
line, to l.o uscM To;' pastoral ptu
poscy. Term of lemio, twenty joars friyii
Roptonihor !, 1908.
tlpr.cl rental, $fifi3.00 por nnnum,
payablo neuil-nnmtiilly In ndvanic.
Tlio entire bouniliiry of land to bo
fenced within two yoni-J fnini date ot
loaae with n litvful cattlo-proot
fence, nml Bald fence to tin maintain
ed In Rood condition until the ex
piration of tlio term of leaBC.
The usual reservation rcgardlnB
withdrawal of land rcciuliod by tho
(Invorninriit for Hottlomrnt of puhllo
purposes to bo embodied In this lease.
(2) 14,300 ui-reu, n little moio nr
1pm:, of tho land of Knolio ", llamp
kun, llnwall, above the 3000-foot
contour Hue, to be U'od for pnolonil
Term of le.ifo, twenty jems from
Septrmber 0. 130h.
Upset rental, $2."" 1. 00 por nnnum,
payable tteinl-iinuiinlly In iiclvnncu.
Tho entire boundary of the land to
bo fenced within Iwo je.us from
dale of lease with n Ian fill cattle
proof fenre, nml i.ald fence In 'e
inalntalncl In good condition until
expiration of tho term of learn).
I'our hundred tlioiuanil bluo gum
trees (K'.iealypt'is Elobiilus) In he
planted ci'i the land between the 30(11)
-and ITiOO conlo'ir Hue during Uio
"first olRht ycnrii of the leam (he
name to he planted as far na praetl
cnblo nt the rnlo of, nt least, lift)
thousand treea ojeh year until the
entire number Is planted, failure to
plntil tlmt number in tiny one year
beforo nil aic planted that nro re
quired by tho tornm hereof to ho
planted up to that time, to bo per-
mlnillile only with tho npprovul ot
tho Superintendent of Forestry or
hucIi other officer or oflleor as may
micccpiI to his dutlcK, and the entlru
number nt any tlmo planted to bo
inalntnlncd thereafter In good grow
ing condition until expiration of the
term of lease. Provided, howevc.,
that In place of Mich blue gum trees
thcro may he substituted, with tho
approval of tho then Superintendent
of Forestry of tho Territory of Ha
wnll, or such other officer or officers
ns may succeed to his duties, other
Kpcclcs of eucalyptus trees.
Tho trees to ho planted In groups
or groves, tho groups to bo located
by being scattered over tho land mi
ns to secure stock shelters In dlfrc
cnt parts of each tiact; In any ono
group the tiees to stand not les.i
than eight feet apart.
Tho general plan of plnnttng, unit
protecting tho proposed groves to bo
subject to the approval ot tho then
Superintendent of Forestry ot the
Territory of Hawaii, or such other
officer or offlceis as may Bucceed to
(3) 3100 ncres, n llttlo more or
lees, of the land of Kaoho 0, llama
l.uu, Hawaii, to bo used for pastoral
Term of lease, 'twenty oam from
September !), 190S. '
Upset rental, 1600.00 per annum,
payable semi-annually In advance.
Tho cntlro boundary of hind to ho
fenced within twoyears from date ot
ler.so with a lawful cnttlo-proor
fence, unrt said fence to bo maintain
ed In good condition until tho ex
piration of tho term of lease.
(1) 2H0 lures, u little more or
los. of the land of Hoc.vKano, Hn
makiia, Hawaii, to ho used for pas
Term of lease, twenty jcarB from
September 9, 1908.
Upsot icntal, $ 1 10.00 por nnnum,
payablo semi-annually In advance.
Tho cntlro boundary ot land to bo
fenced within two years from dato of
lease with n lawful cattlo-proot
fonco, and said fence to bo maintain
ed In good condition until tho ox
plrallon ot tho term of lease.
An average of forty ( 10) bluo gum
trees (Eucalyptus globulus) per ucro
to bo planted on tho land between
tho 3000 and 4500 foot contour lines
during tho Hist flvo years of the
toim of tho leaso, anil tho cntlro
number to he maintained In good
growing condition until expiration nt
term of lease. Provided, however,
that In placo of bluo gum trees, there
may ho substituted, with tho approv
al of tho then Superintendent of For
estry of tho Territory of Hawaii, or
such other officer or officers. as mny
succeed to his duties, other spocles of
tlio cuclnyptiu tree.
Tlio general plan of planting nn.1
crimping tlio trcc3, supervision, etc.,
to he the same ns In section 2.
(&) 740 ncres, a llttlo moro or
less, of tho land ot N'lupea-Keal.i-
kaha, Haimtktia, Hawaii, to ho used
for pastoral purposes.
Term of lease, twenty years from
September 9. 1908.
1,'psnt rental, $1. '13.00 per nnnum
pajablo semi-annually lu advance.
The cntlro boundary of land to ho
fenced within two jcars from dato of
Icisc with n lawful cattle-proof
fence, nml said fence to be inalntnln
cd lu good londltlou until the expir
ation of the term of lease.
An averago of fortv (40) blue gum
ttccs (Kucalyptiin globulus) per ncro
to he planted on tho land between
the 3001) anil l.'.uo foot contour Hues
during the llixt live years of the teiiu
of the lea'e, nml tho entire number
to I o maintained In good growing
condition until expiration of term
of leaio. Provided, however, that In
place of blue gum, tliero may be nuh-
ttltuteil, with tho npprovnl of the
then Superintendent of Forestry ot
the Territory of Hawaii, or such oth
er oflleor or officers as m.iy sticccn I
to his duties, other species ot Hie
The general plan ot planting and
gmuplng tho trees, supervision, etc.,
to be the same ns in section 2.
' 10) 1200 acres, n llttlo moro or
lew, of tho land of Mnuowaialcc, 11a
niakuii, llnwall, above the 1800-foot
contour Fine, to bo used for pastoral
Term fct lease, twenty years from
September 9, 190S.
I'pset, rentnl, $210.00 por annum,
ra'.ulilo semi-annually lu advance.
The entire boundary of tho land to
le fenced within two jenrs from dato
( f leaso with u lawful cattle-proof
fence, and said fonco to he maintain
ed In good condition until expiration
of (he term of lease.
2."i,000 bluo gum trees (Uiicnlyp
tun globulus), to bo planted during
the llrst live 5 ears of the lease and
there if ter maintained during tho en
tire term of the lease upon the 11111
l.al portion of this land near and In
continuation of tho rxIrHtiK native
fofd, which ntlvo f'iro,'i shall bo
protected from rtor'c during the
term of tho lease, nml which snld
(rets shall bo planted net leea than
eight feet apait. PioWdcd, however,
that in place of snld blue gum trees
thcro mny bo substituted, witli tlio
approval of the then Superintendent
of Forestry of the Territory of lln-
veil, or such other officer or officers '
as may succeed to his duties, other ,
species of tho HucalyptiiH tree.
( 7 ) 770 acrc3 11 little moro or loss
of (ho laud of Hoen-Knno, llaimi
kun, Hawaii, below (he 1800 foot
contour Hue, to be used for agricul
Term of lease, flvo years from
April 2fi, 1908.
Upset rentnl, $2687. M) per annum,
payable rcnil-anntiiilly In advance.
The usual reservation regarding
withdrawal of land required by tho
Government for settlement or pub
lic purposes will bo embodied lu
these leases, finding all laud ubovo
tho I COO foot contour line, and )?
low tho 3000 foot contour line.
Tlio Government icservcs tho right
to nt any (line, with rcasonnlilo no
tice, and without compensation, ex
cept for Improvements tnken, take
possession of any part of tho prem
ises covered by theso lenses which
may bo required for laying out nn-l
constructing new roads or Improv
ing nr (hanging the lino or grudo of
old loads, nml take from kiic.Ii prem
ises soil, rock and gravel, ns may bo
necessary for tlio construction or Im
provement of such road, and tlio Gov
ernment nlso reserves like rights on
behalf of tho Government, or any
person or persons, or corporation,
acting with consent of Government,
to tnko such land and material for
tho laying out, constructing nml op
erating a ralltoad or railroads.
Tho Government except and ro
serve, from tho nbovo premises, all
existing loads and trails,
Tho lessco will ho required to take
all rcasonnble-procniillons to prevent
tlio spreading of Ivy and Thimble
berries upon (lie piemlscs leased,
Tho lessees will ho allowed to cut
fiom tho premises such tiees ns muy
bo necessary to provide posts for con
structing and maintaining tho fences
inquired under the terms nml condi
tions of those lenses.
For plans nnd full particulars, ap
ply nt (ho ofllco of tho underslgne (,
Judiciary building, Honolulu, or nt
tho ofllco of tho Sub-Agent of tho
First and Second hand Districts, Ill
JAS. vY. PUATT,
Commissioner of Pulillc Lands.
Honolulu, Oahti, T. II.. April 17,
A. P. 1908.
Apr. IS, 25; Mny 2, 9, IB, 18,
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF PASTORAL LANDS
OH THE ISLAND OF MAUI.
At twelve o'clock noon, Monday,
May 18th, 190S, nt tho front entrance
of tho Courthoiisf, Walluktt, Maul,
tlieio will ho rold at public auction
under tho Provisions of Part ft, Land
Act 189S, (Sections 278-28S inclu
sive), Hevlscd Laws of Hawaii, gen
eral lases of tho following described
Lands of Knhnkuloa, West Maul,
to ho used for pastoral put poses,
Lot No. 1, urea HIT. acres a llttlu
'moro or less
Upsot rental, $111.50 per annum,
paj able scmi-.inminlly lu advance.
Term of lease, twenty-one lenrs
from July J, 190S.
Lot No. 2, 777 acies, 11 llt'Io nioio
Upset rental, $77. CO per onnum,
payable semi-annually In uilva'ice.
Term of louse, twenty-one j.ns
lioici July 1, 1908.
Lot No. 3, area G18 acres a llttlo ,
more or leu.
Upset rental, ?f,o.oo per annum,
payable ceml-anunally lu advance. j
Term of learn, twentj-one jcars,
from July 1, 1 90S. j
Ixit No. 1, area 1G70 acres 11 llttlo 1
moro or less.
Upset icntal, ? I Ml. (10 per nnnum, '
payable senil-niiniiiilty In advance.
Term of lease, twenly-ono jcars
fiom July 1, 1908. j
Tho nbovo leases will contain eon-'
dlttou.1 requiring tho fencing ot tho
lines between any parcel ot this land
and any Government Foiest llescive,
the fence to be ns set foith In Sec
tion 107, Kovlscd Laws, and to lie
conctructed within ono jenr from the.
date of the lease.
The lessee will be nllowed to cut
from tho premises ouch trees ns may
be necessary to provide posts for con
structing and maintaining tho fences
required under the terms and condi
tions of these leases.
The lessee to police said reserve
mid to dike alt reasonable luc.isuies
to prevent ami extinguish any (Ires
that may occur therein, and also pre
vent stock fiom entering snld foicst
Tho Government nlso except and
rosonc from any of tlio above tracts
all loadi, trails und rights-of-way. '
The usual leservatlons regarding I
lands icqnlred by the (loveriimcut fi.r I
settlement or public pilrpovM will bo
embodied lu each of the above leases.
For plans and full particulars, :.p-1
lily at tho office of the undersigned,
.ludlolnry building, Honolulu, or nt
tho olllco of the Sub-Agent. Maui.
.IAS. W: PUATT.
Commissioner of Public l.nuda.
Honolulu, O.ihu, T. II.. April 17
A. 1). I'.IOS.
Apr. 18, 2."., May 2, 9. Hi, 18.
NOTICE OF SALE OF GENERAL
LEASES OF AGRICULTURAL 1
ANT) FASTM1AT. T.AIHIS OM TTTT.
ISLAND QF HAWAII.
A, wo .(.1()cIl Mu..d-.y,
May, lslh' 9S. at the front entrance
,r ,1, Ju'Hclnry Imll.llng. II lulu.
tl.ero will bo told at public auction
under tho Provisions of Part 5. Land
Act 1S3T.. (Sections 278-2M1 Inclu
sive), He vised Laws of Hawaii, gen
eral lenses of tho following describ
(1) Units or llnkiilaiilkl, Ilnka
I.1111111I nnd YYallcn, Ililo, Hawaii,
lontnlnlng an aicn of )IS,"i ncics 11 lit
tle moro or lets, and classed as fol
lows: ." (. r. acres, agricultural laud,
120 acres, pastoral and waste Intnl.
l!pet rental, $3137. CO per an
num, pa) able semi-annually in ad
vance. Term of loase, eight years from
October 1, 1908.
(2) Lands of Lepcloa-Knuiilho,
Hllo, Hawaii, containing an nrea of
30S ncres n llttlo moro or less, class
ed ns follows:
300 aeros, agricultural land.
S acres, pastoral und wasto land.
Upset rental, Jj1CC2.00 per annum,
payable semi-annually In advance.
Terni of lease, right years from!
October 1, 190S
(3) U'ind of Illonnn-llnkuknuo und
Kanlalkl, Knit, Hawaii, containing an
aiea of 2200 ncres a llttlo moro or
less, and classed iih follows:
ICC acres, agricultural land under
2IC ncres, agricultural land not
1S00 acres, pastoral and wasto
'I lie l"sscc of tlila land will, dur
ing th IKo of tho lease, lie license I
to enter tho forest reierve covering
a portion of thin Und, and develop,
conserve, t-.loni nml uso any water
Tho lesLCo to pollen said resorvo
and to take nil rcnsonnblo nieiisurea
to prevent and extinguish any llrt-s
that may occur therein, and nlso
prevent stock from cntorlng said
forest teservo. (
Upset ientnl,Jlll2.C0 per nnnum,
paynblo seml-anuunlly In advance.
Term of lease, ten )ears from Oc
tober 1, 1908.
(I) Land of .Nlnnlo Mnlull"Knu,
Hawaii, containing nn area of 329
acres a llttlo nioru or less to ho used
for pastoral purposes.
Upsot rentnl, $70.00 por milium,
payablo scinl-annually In advance.
Term of lease, twenty-one venrs
from October 1, 1908.
(0) Land of Kaiiiamoa-Piiuon,
Kail, llnwall, containing 1111 arda ot
12,700 acres a little moio or less to
bo used for pastoral purposes.
Upset rental, $1000.00 per annum,
payablo semi-annually lu advance.
Term of lease, twenty-ono yenrs
from October 1, 1908.
All of tho nbovo leases which cov
er both agricultural and pastoral
iniiiui win contain munitions requlr
Ing tho agricultural rate of loiital to
bo pit Id upon any additional laud put
iindor cultivation. Will iccjulre uNo'l
tho fencing of tlio lines between any !
parcel of this land nnd any Govorn-.
mont Forest Hesorvo, tho fenco to Im '
us set forth lu Section 407. Revised
IJ - nws, and to be constructed within
one year from tlio dato of tho leaso.
Tho lessees will lie nllowed to cut
fiom the piemlscs such 'trees as may
nt) necessaiy to provldo fence posts
for constructing nnd maintaining
the fences icqnlred iiitiler tlio terms
ami conditions or tliosn leases.
Tho (lovciiiinieiit alxi except and
leserve fiom any of tlio nbovo tracts,
wuauijuvuzLvxixjzizasnastiuAjj'.jijuz v- j
If you nro looking for n
medicine that has thoroughly
proVcn Its ability to rare, gC
a bottle of the Bitters. For
54 years it lms been curing
Headache, Heartburn, Insom
nia, Indigestion, Liver Troub
les, Costivencss, Biliousness,
Rnd Malaria, Fever and Ague.
tTs. j e
DOJIIIIANI PARTY EXPECTED
TO HOLD lib OWN IN
Tlio Japan Olizelt" Im .111 IMItorlal
discussion' of JapitiK iImmichUc poli
An Imiiorlul F.dlft li.is nmv hecx
published Ilxlng (he l.'.lb of May ns
the dato of tho gcncal .-lections.
Tho Selyu-knl lenders 1110 said to
estimate Hint they will win Hie day
In fully lt'C constltiii 11c les lu hut
oar's local elections ihe- obtained
of. per cent of the til it votes, mid
if that ratio ho pn lorved, they
r,ug..t to be able to lot un nlinut'I'JS
or 199 members to tlio Lower House.
Hut making full allow. no oh for mis
haps, they reckon on t'.iC, which
will give tlictn :i rtilld winking ma
jority In tho House if Itepreoeiitn
tlvcs. Tho same nutlii -Itlos estlmati
that the Progrcrnlsls will not sutTet
seriously lu the elc lions, but that
they will lose G or 7 heals and llnd
themselves in comtuuid of not moro
than about SO votes
The D.ildo Club .itu expected to
be the great suffouis. They have
no firm foothold la the country, and
already 13 or II of them have step
ped out of the iiren.r. The present
Impression Is that they will not
carry much mine lhan 30 seats.
This will bring them to pretty mud
tho same footing ns the Yukokni,
who nro not expntod to lose much
On the olhoi hand It Is thought
that there will ho considerable In
crease of candidates flvlni: ludenou-
dent colors.- The number of those
Is estimated to le.uh IC or 10, 11 nil
one-third of them will piohnhly dilfl
iiltlmntelv Into tho tanks of the Dai
do Club, oui-lliiid will Join the Sol-ju-kiil
mid Hi" I'logressltls nnd one
third will remain fiee lances.
It will ho seen that all this takes
llttlo notice of tlio movement which
was rccentl expected to assumo
large pioportlnns. namely, tlio emer
gence of business men lulu the
world of poliins If-this dislr.ihlc
1 liango Is 11I10111 In (like place wo
presume Hint 1 In- Solvu-kal is to lie
the principal gctiior
Thn above sign Is nov seen In many
shops and ofUco. In il-ln city, because
drinking men are unreliable.
Competition is too keen ami life U
too rtrctiiious for an employer to keep
men on his pnv roll whoon nerves nro
unsteady and whoso brains 1110 not
ICvery lino of business Is beginning
co close Its doors to di Inking men.
Drunkenness in a disease und like
moat illccaccu,- h is Its remedy. Or-
rlne Is the reliable treatment and la
told tinder a positive gimranleo to cMlMlllll the ciugo from tho .Inpanse
feet a euro or soar money will be re.
funded Orrlno I . in two forms! No
1., which c-111 bo n'Cil without tho pa-
Hlcnl'g knowledge in tea, coffeo or
food; and No. 2 foi those, who wish to
Tho gunrnntco rpp'les to both forms.
.Mailed In plain tnled pnekngo ,, r,..
celpt c( $1 00. Write for fieu booklet,
mailed In plain healed envelope Tho
Orrlue Oo., Washlasloii, 1). (J or Ho
nolulu Drug Co , Ltd.
t-H--r-f--s-- -r-f r
all roads, trails and rights-of-way.
Tlio usuul leiervatlons regarding
lands required by tlio Government
for settlement or public purposes will
ho embodied In eiich of tlia ubovo
For plans and full particulars, up
I ply at the office of tlio uiiilorslgned,
Judicial-) bullJliig. Honolulu, or -it
the ofllco of the Sub-Agent on Hu
JAS. W. Pit ATT.
Commissioner of Public Lands.
Honolulu, O.ihu. T. II., April 17.
A I). I'.IOS
Apr. 18, -Adi. el-!'-V'-V V' 1-
CANTON CHINESE REFUSING TO
LOAD JAPANESE SHirS.
Yoknh.imii. Apill 10. The Can
ton coriei p indent of the Hongkong
Telegraph. In a message to Hint
Join lis I linted Maicli 2Stli, sajs that
.it puisu.inio of t lie Japanese bo-
ciit propaganda .mother mon-lei
meeting v. a a hold at the licadqu.nl
ers of the C.ititou Solf-Governim nt
Association 011 tlio previous dav It
Is needle a to state that. In the pic
Ecnt temper of (lie people, nddrossc.
were delivered in wither vigorous
language to ill go tiic people to fall
In with the bojcntt movement. Mr ,
Chill Kun Mlu. In his dlscotiiso.
stated thnl the Japanese had shown
themselves to lie most patriot l
They consider it derogatory, to buj ,
goods of foreign maiiufai line fori
their us". The Chinese should emu-,
kite tho Jaii.ineso exniuple. The
Iumo.vV pioclamatloa, lu which hc
exlioited tile people not to stir up
tlio feeling of the mass lu bo.violling
l.ipuicsc -goods witli 11 view ot
avoiding nil tiiitlire.il. of dUtUitsinie I
but to iqlvlse menus to t-motii.igv 1
tin- dcvclopmcnt-of native manor 1 -
lorliM, Tvas lead liefoie the nssenililij
wlio applauded It. '
At tin meeting ail tboFe piesout ,
ngrood to take steps to conduct the
lio.Moit movement In a lawful 111,111
nor, end they have boon wnrntil
that, if It should happen that a Jnp
ancle should Insult a Chinaman lu
tlio streets without reason, lighting
must he avoided at all cots and pol
icemen should at onio lie tent for to
fleil witli Hie oflendor In unlei that
the .Inp.iiioFo cm li.v no moans find
any fault with tlio Chinese. shn
tlio Chinese liollove that they ore
koenly seeking for gratuitl t liuilv
the Chinese people.
It was I c solved to icqucst all the
people ihioughotit the Ihuplrc and
r-lso tliore Chinese abroad lu foreign 1
count 1 los to Jointly memorialise Ihe
Throne begging for tho enrlv insti
tution of 11 p.irli'iiueut.
If tills request Ik granted, the
mooting undertook to take mcusmes 1
fo" mbsi rlptlons to be nt once solic
ited from the public for the forma
tion of the nucleus or a Nnvy, and
If I ho funds derived from subset lp
tions arc not sufficient for tho pur
pose, money should be raised by the
governments of the different pro
vinces towurds the necessary cxpeii
dltttic. At present in carrying ou( the
Im) cot t movement vigorous!) the
merchants of tho Seventy-two Guilds
are recommended to Immediately
raise a certain sum of money for the
"tnhllsiiiiiont of a big concern Willi
a large stock of goods tinm different
(oiinlrlos after llii;t;tle of the II nu
of Sin See (Sincere?) Co., in Hong
kong, mid to sell the goods at IKod
piiccfc. Chinese articles should be
c-.blhlled for sale In order to encou
rage the native maiiufai Hirers 10
t.lin out their pioducls after Im
pi oved patterns.
When tlio pioceedliigs of the
meeting wcro nboiit to be ended, a
l.ugo amount of Kiihscilptions was
pioiulsod by those present for the
priipnsis.1 undertaking, and It was
derided to open 1111 0III1 e for tlio col
lodion of the subscriptions on the
2nd day of the 3rd moon. At the
meeting ,1 deputation was selected to
piocccd to I'ntubau on tlio 29th ultl.
1110 and to YYuchovv on the 30lli ulti
mo to attend meetings to be held
tlieie In connection with the I'ap.iu
Wiring two dajs Inter tho same
correspondent snld that Hie Japan
ese Minister at Peking had made ro
piesontntloiis to tile Wnlwtipu re
garding tlio refusal ofHio coal-coo-lies,
at C.inton to discharge (he cur
go of Japanese sleaniers arriving nt
that port. Tlio headmen or tho coo
lies alleged that their men had. for
tlio most part, gone to tho country
to vvoislilp at tho nncestral tnnihs
and tltoro were no men available to
vessels. Tho leport was revived
tlmt the Chinese Government pro
posed to commission II. H. Tang
Slino-yl to proceed to Canton to In
quire Into tlio bojeott double. II.
1". Tang, who Is a native of Kwang
tung, has declared his Inability to
1 limply witli the Imperial com
mands, alleging ills own luiompe
toncy to deal with tho matter.
IrvliiK T. Hush, vlco rhnlrnian of
tlio rcinrtiilttpo on cnninicrclnl law nf
thn McrrliunlH' Atwiiclntliill (if Nn.v
Vciik, mijB tho I'iiwIit turrcmry lill
vviMilil, If I'liiutoil, cnriiuniRo hul
iicsH nml Iiktciibo haul; profit .
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P. 0. BOX 144.
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