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MAKING APPROPRIATIONS FOR THE VARIOUS SERVICES Or
THE CITY AND COUNTY OF HONOLULU.
1'R IT HKSOI.VKl). bj (lie Hoard of Siiporvliors of the City nml
Comity of llonoliiht Torrllor of Hawaii. Hint tin- following minis
Pliiinintlng Hi IHItKB HL'NHIU:i) AND TIIIHTIIEN THOUSAND SIX
KUXimiCl) 9IXTY-EKIIIT AND SO-100 DOLLAIIS, ($3l3fiU0) are
Li'irliy appropriated lu tic paid "tit of moneys In tin- General Krniil
of tlu Tii'iitury of thi C'lly anil County of Honolulu for Salaries llxed
In law nnil other alai'los wiges of l.ilior. ilon.it Ions, maintenance of
Jills, fi'liiHiN nml gcncial expenses of tin- said City ami Comity for
tlit) period beginning with the Klrst dav of .In y. litoa ntnl ending with
llui Tlilrt.v-Kirt i,i of Hvceniber in .i mM payment to uo undo In
pin rntii monililr siiti-illUslons i said aiiiomit as staloil In tho schedule
thviiof heicln roiitahu'il.
Per .Month. Sl Months
Salaries fixed liy law $ 3 005.00 18 03fl.ni)
"ml UUti let Magistrate of Honolulu no; pro
LMslrlil Court Material and Suppllei 50.00 30(1.00
Clerk. Office employee 145 00 2.U70.00
Clerk. Mutoilal anil Supplies CO no 300.00
Major. M.iteilnl nnil SuiiIU'h 150 00 900.00
SupirvlKort Matei I'll nnil SupplW 10.00 fid.no
All'lllor ()t'lc Klllfloviei 2 5 00 1,230.00
Auditor, Material and Supplies "5 00 450.00
Attorney poputleH and Office Kmplo.ieoi 035 00 3 810.00
Attorney. Mntotlnl nml SupplleH 50.00 300.00
Attorney. Expenses. Civil un.t Criminal capes,
(not ii n rnteil) ; 300.00
Tieimiiicr, Olllco Kniplujocs 150.00 900.00
Tieasurer, Mntcital mill SupplleH 25.00 15000
l.lifiif ColleetoiH, I'ay-ltoll 250.00 1,500.00
I Iconse Collectors, Material nml Supplies, not
Municipal (Wires, Rent 250.00 1 500.00
Maintenance of Pounds, Pny-lloll .,... 3000 ISsO.OO
Kiiglliot-rli'g .mil Surveying Wotk. Pay-Holl ... 480.00 2.8S0.00
engineering nnil Surveying Win It, Mnteil.il ninl
KlIDlilles 100.00 000.00
Maintenance of Parks, Pay Holl 240.00 1,440.00
Maintenance of Patks. Material ami Supplies .. 30.00 ISO 00
Donation Kaplot.tnl Park 700.00 4,200.00
Idslrlcl Coutt Kmplo.M'es 41500 2,490.00
Maintenance of Police Koice Pay-Moll fi.K70.O0 41,220.00
Maintenance of Police K0100, Mnterliil nml
fuppllos 1.000 00 0,000 00
Maltilennnce of Klre Stations ami Klre Appar
atus, Piiv-ltnll 3,r.76.fO 22 050.00
.Maintenance of Kile Stations ami lire Appar
atus, Male! lal anil SupplleH 700.00 4 200.00
Ci.llicllon nml Distortion ot (Inibagp ; 1,400.00 8,400.00
Maintenance ami Construction of electric MkIiI
System Pavdlnll (185.00 4,110.00
Malntenauce ami Construction of Electric Light
Bysti in. Material and Supplies 1.018 fO filOROO
Maltitenatice and Comtrilctlon of Klcctrlc Light
System. Maleilal ami Supplies, not pio rate I. 900.00
Maintenance ol Police ami lire Alarm Sjstciu,
Pay-Holl 125..00 750.00
.Maintenance or Police ami Kile Alarm System,
Material ami Supplies 125.01 750.00
Mnlutt nance of lln'.vnlk'ti Hand. Pay-Holl 1095.00 10,170.00
Maintenance of Hawnll.ui llauil, Mali rial nti.l
Supplies 75.00 450.00
Coroner's Inquest, not pio rateil 450.00
Witness b'ee. not pio tateil 900.00
Maintenance or Hoails, Honolulu District 12.000 00 72O00.OO
Maintenance or Cw.t ltoail District 1800.00 10,800.00
Mulnteliance ot Wiilanao ltoail DUtrjtat 400.00 2.400.00
Maintenance or Wnialua ltoail District 1 800.00 10,800.00
Maintenance or Koolaulo.i ltoail District 1800.00 10,800 00
Maintenance of Kiinlnupoko Ho.nl Dlstilct 2,0110.011 12,000.00
Maintenance or Wnimnnalo IIo.nl Distilct, not
pro rateil C00.00
Kulliia llriilRe not pio rateil , 250.00
Commission CoIIocIIiik Ho.fd Tax, not 110 rateil 150.00
lililldlng anil Plumbing lusptctor Sal.u 175 00 1,050.00
llulldlng ami Plumbing Inspector, Maleilal ami
Supplies 10.00 CO.OO
Advertising, not pio rateil 1.000.00
Willi lawn Poiiml, not pro rnteil 200.00
lluHdltig ami Plumbing lniioclur, Hoisj ami
Buggy not pto rato.l 475.00
niilhllug ami Plumbing Inspector, Keep or Horse 28.00 IG8.11O
Pill liken Homestead ltoail, not pio rateil -800.00
Panmnlii Homestead liojil, not pro rated 750.00
lirtoks. County Attorney's Otllie. not pro rated .. 071.50
Maintenance or Schools 1,000.00 C 000.00
Janitors, Pay-Holl 271.00 1.62C.00
Honolulu Jail luipiDtcmeiits, not pio ratcO .... 5,000.00
Hospital Kxpenses 1,150 00 C.900.00
J.eahl Home 125.00 750.00
.Meat Inspector. Pay-Holl 150.00 900.00
Milk Inspector, pny-ltoll and Trnnspoilatlon ... 100.00 C00.00
KUli Inspector. Pay-Itoll g3.n0 510.00
Morgue Attendant Pay-Holl 85.00 510.00
Sunltaiy Inspector's Pay-Holl 170.00 1,020.00
City and County Physician, Pay-Holl 150.00 900.00
Maintenance of Jalln, l'liy-Itull 8fi5.oo 5 190.00
Maintenance of Prisoners 085.00 4,110,00
Clink's Hrldge reileckcd, Wnhlawa, not pro rated 800.00
Mayor's Reception Kutul, not pro rated . 500.00
Associated .Charities 100.00 COO.OO
Milium llrldco and Road, not pro rated 1,200.00
UK IT FURTHER RICSOI.VICD. that the followlnK sum atnoiintliiB to
TWENTY-ONE THOUSAND NINE HUNDRED (J21.900.00) DOLLARS
nro hereby appropriated to be paid out of moneys In thu Road Tax
fepeclnl I'lind of the City and County of Honolulu, for tho building and
maintenance, of roads and brldttes In the respective districts named
herein, said payment to be In pro rata monthly subdivisions of said
iimnunt us stated In the schedule thereof herein contained:
Per Month. Sit Months
Horoluli J 2,000.00 I 12,000.00
Kwu urn! Walauno 1,000.00 C 000.00
Walalua 450.00 2.700.00
Koolauloa 200.00 1,200.00
AND HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that the Auditor of tho City
mil County of Honolulu, Is hereby authorized and directed to draw
win rants eu the City and County Treasurer ror any or tho stinib named
hertlii, or parts thereof, upon hnvlntr filed with him schedules or sai
nt leu fixed lv law and other salaries, of donations named herein, of
liuyiolls 11 nil or accounts ror mateilal and supplies, accompanied by
01 Iul11.1l vouchers and certified by the Clerk as haUns been duly passed,
nml allowed by the Hoard or Supervlnors at any lemilar meeting, or
tiny special meetlnc called for the purpoce of considering expenditures.
AND HE IT rUHrHEH RIOI.VED. Hint to make expenditures
under this Resolution It shiill be necei-saty that all salary lists Items
of donations, pay-rolls. Items of material and supplies and accounts of
Kotural expenu'B shall belore being presented to the Hoard or Super
lmiH he passed upon by a Committee or Comniltti es and by such bo
lepoited to the iloard of Supervisors with the recommendation of such
Committee or Committees, and Finns round to bo lawfully duo and pay
able may then be oted upon singly or collectively as convenient oil a
call or llui uyes and noes. In the eent or nny such Committee falling
or neglecting to ho piss upon nny such matteis, or to miike any recom
mendation In legnid thereto, the Hoard may thereupon act.
AND HE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that no payments under this
Hetoliitlon shall bo made, nor Indebtedness of tho City and County of
lliinolu'ii Incurred, In any month In excess of tho monthly pro rata
KiiuiH herein authorised.
Introduced by Supenlsor DANIEL I.OOAN.
Dated June 2Sth, 1909,
Tho foiegolng Resolutlor,, making appropriations for the various
cervices of the city and County of Honolulu, was, at a regular meeting
of the Iloard of SunorvltorH of tho City and County of Honolulu, held
on Monday Juno 2Sth A D. 19'9. pisfid to print on the following A
nml No vtila of the Bald Iloiud of Supervisors:
Avi'B! Ahla, Aylett, Kano, Logan, MiCltllan, Qulnn, Totnl: .
Absent and not voting' Cox. Total: 1.
Hoard ol Siipenlfnrsi of the City nml County of Honolulu.
I), KALAUOKALANI. JR.,
City and County Clerk.
1349 Juno 29, 30, July 1, 2, 3.
"NOW, WHEN I was In tho Leg
islature " 1
Oh, why, oh, why did tho Common
People over lake Supervisor Aylett
out of the Legislature? Could tlioy
pot look Into his beaming counte
nance, childish, loving and trusting,
and see at a glance that he would
never recover fioni tho shock?
Could they not see that they would
condemn him to 11 perpetual St. Vi
tus' dance, rising to recollect his
past achievements. Finite his chub-
)uy hands together and catling In nn
agonized voice, "Now, when I was
In the Legislature" And now,
alas, It Is too late for the Common
People to romeily their wholly un
ioiiscIouh mlstnkc, for, should they
elect to send him whence ho came,
then will Senator Aylett rise up In
the august halls or the Kainelinmc-I
has, smite his chubby hands togeth
er nml call In stentorian tones,
"Now, wllcn I was on the Hoard of
Supervisors " I
For &n lnflnltestmnlly subtle '
mind, fo nil nwe-lnsplrlng power ror
philosophical deductions, Supervisor
Aylett Is IT. Ho It wns, who on
the niemornhle occasion of the pass-'
lug of the Appropriation Hilt, roso
up In a rage against n certain com
mittee and stated this crushing fact,
"This Is the first meeting we've had
since the Inst one."
This discovery reminds one of tho
fact that c.'ivnnlH or his calllber nro
not oflen Intrusted with the con
duct or public affairs. They nro ho
nlin'tit minded, hi engrossed with
their profound meditations that' de
tails of pay rolls, toad laws, etc.,
thoe petty but necessary details or
Mielal existence, pass their preoccu
pied minds ns evanescent thoughts,
Hitting past their vision In the guise
or splrltucllc things to be bedecked
with the flowers or poesy.
Let us compromise, Mr. Aylett.
You want to place tho Royal Ha
waiian Hand on a dollai-a-day basis.
I want to go out in the evening aft'
er wotl nnd receive the rest, thought
und Influence or xweot music.
You want to employ two Agitators
to blow horns at $30 n month, and
I wish to listen to n Musician. You
cannot hire n MtiBlclan for $30 a
month. This might not he taught
In the Legislature, but It Is nn
iiisiirmountuble fact of social econ-l
omlcs Just the same. If your breast;
thrills to the sound of two horns
operated by blacksmith bellows, those
same vlbinttons acting upon MY chest
will in.iko u liolso like a ballot thntj
hasn't got 11 name like Aylett on it.
I think tho people who listen to tho
baud, who appreciate tho efforts of
Cupt. Hergvr to make it a good baud,
1110 willing to let this consideration
Into the enclosure of political delibera
tions. So let us, compromise, as 1 1
said. You dwell amidst the memories
of the Legislature and float upon tho'
soothing iccollectlons of Hint bassoon
you used' to bless nml leavo tho man
agement of the baud trt the people who
enjoy It. Let this be 0110 thing In j
Honolulu that Is not a matter of pol
itics and wo will lie willing to let you
Legislate anything olse, from Paradise
They have camo and now they have
went. The stern of the Aso and Soya
time disappeared In tho direction
where lleth Hakodate and wo nro still
alive. My bretheru, let us heave a
sigh of relief nnd let It w-nft unto tho
physical understanding or Fred Makt
no Illggo'ibotham and htii ft lends. I
am glad that tho St. Louts came Into
tho harbor when tha Jupaneso vessels
wero hero. There Is no telling what'
they might have done when 1'ieil
frowned uion them and winked, point
ing his hand mysteriously towards the
cocoanut palms Hint float over Judge
I)e Holt's courtroom,
And now that (hey have gouo I have
had time to lulled upon the compara
tive couitesy or the ofllcets or two na
tions, I must hay lint the Jnp'iueho
1110 much nioro polite llinii their Amor-
lean contemporaries, Tlitilr sauveiiess
Is suiely iincciia!ei on this gluing
When I went on board the Aso Capt.
Sato bowed low, smiled nil ovor Ills
features, mid nice things to me that
J didn't undorstuml nml took me down
to his cabin and gave mo TEA. When
I asked him quest lilux In 1 lie ordinary
line of newspaper business through
nn Interpreter ho bowed still lower,
mulled wider, served 11101 e tea nnd said
more nice things. I am certain that
there Is not 11 politer nnn living, I
went on board the St. I mils end nn
officer came up to mo nml got hold 0
my hand nnd shook It Juit Mien 'wuy
back hpnit). Ho gieeteit me with lilnir
sincerity and , answered nil th mi"--tlnns
that ho could an 1 told me frank
ly when I asked certain qiiehtlous that
ho could not tell me. Ho didn't bow
low, he didn't smile ALL over bin faco
nnd ho didn't boi-vo-TEA. Tho dear
honolulu.t. h.. Saturday, .iuly a, iooo.
old bo; h ot Uncle Sam for mine, ccry
I snw a reference to a gentleman of
the pulpit who nccusAil the Amer
ican people of Irrcveratice to their
flag. Honest, Mr, (lentlemnii of tho
Pulpit, weren't )im Just trylnr pi
lneak Into print? Hut then I don't
think I eet did see u REAL Amer
ican take off his hat when he went
tinder Old (llory, I never saw him
lole his eyes under the mistaken Im
pression that It looked devotional,
I never saw him tremble with pat
tlotlc delight. Hut I did sec him
wall: with his shoulders squared ami
n kindly laughing expression In his
eye nnd a vigorous swing to his
frame that proved to mo that ho
uppteclated the fact that he lived
under Its shadow not only when he
pnscd under It, but when ho was no
where near It. He wont take his
own hat off Whv should he? He
lilt It where It Is. Hut Just
turn our race the other way and
fee whnt happens when the OTHER
fellow don't lake Ills hat off to It.
FROM RIOT TRIAL
Japanese Strike Leader
Reported To Be On
From tho flrBt day or the conspir
acy trial betoio Judge Dc Holt In
the Circuit Court, Fred K. MakliTo.
Hie strike lender and moving spirit
or tho Higher Wage Association, was
seen dnlly to take n sent beside hhi
counsel, Attorney Llghtfoot, watch
ing keenly eery move made, and oc
casionally advising with him as to
tho interrogation or witnesses.
For the flint few das or the tlot
trial MnMno wau on hand to en
courage his nsso"lntes and co-pntrl-qtH
who were .-being tiled on Indict
ments bioiiKht iirafn'at- them by the
grand Jury tint during the past
three days of this w6ck something
has happened, ror the filler ngltator
has been absent fioni the court room,
und Negoio, the Japanese editor, has
taken his place at the counsel table.
Surely thin Is strange. Inquiries
regarding the whereabouts of Ma
kino elicited meagie Information to
the effect that he wns looking after
his business. Several trips to his
btore, however, failed to produco
the strike leader. "dovernor" Ma
lilno lias 'temporarily disappeared,
or made htmtclf scarce In this Im
Rumor has It that he has started
on a idiind-up tour of the planta
tions, but ho Is so well known by nil
of the itenuiBhlp captains Hint It
would be lmiosslble for him to
cmlinik to nny of the other Islnnds
unless In dlsgulso. It Is probablo
that ho Is touring the plantations on
Oahu with a view of sounding tho
strike conditions, nnd tnllntlng his
poor followers with 111010 strike gas.
At any rate Editor Ncgoro has
been on the Job steady for tho past
few ilon, und tho familiar face or
tho stoge iranngcr Iiob beon paln
fully absent. Not only tho officials
noticed It, but many Japancso asked
where Maklno had gone. Perhaps
he Ih spending tho ilny(s In his "pri
vate ottlco" cooking up t.01110 moie
mischief to turn looso on nn unsus
Ills Wire ''Charity covers a multi
tude or Bins, they bay,"
if,.,- llitulinml "Vim II rnrltillil'.
does especially when It begins nt
Tho Friend "Your boh graduates
I10111 college this term, I belleo?"
Tho Kaihci "Yes."
Tho Krlnul "Oolng to set him up In
hiulnesB, I Biipioro?"
Tho Father "Not right away. I'm
going to tend I1I111 to hchool awhile
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For ngCH womankind luivo been
longing for an elixir of beauty for a
dlstlllatloiiTiom hoihs, minerals, or for
any pioduct of 'nature or art, that
would preserve tho Hweet, lovely com
plexion of healthy girlhood. Dr. T.
Felix Gouraud'i Oriental Cream, or
Magical Deautlfler, hac a widespread
rnputitlou amoiii; tho fair Bex iih u
thoroughly trustworthy cosmetic, io
moving every spec't nnd lileuiMi, the
effeetn of rniighcnlii'; win Is and tho
f duelling run mil IcnWug n r.oft mil
pearly loveliness 011 tho loughmt Bklu
Found at Drugglcta nml dealer In
'ir-or Rent" cards on sale at
the Bulletin office.
A SPANISH SURGEON
Recommends Peruna to Mis Patients Because it is a
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OR. PEDRO PGREA FAJARDO.
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The recent conquest ot l'cruna In foreign lands U becoming one of tho
nioul Interesting bits of medical hitory.
Not only It l'-runa known In l'orto Rico and the Philippine!, but In
many foreign countries, such as Australia, South Africa and Mexico.
l'cruna Is admirably adapted for tho dUeascs of hot climates where ca.
tarrlial affection or tho alimentary canal are prevalent, whore anomla and
nervous depromdou are far more common than in this country,
l'cruna Is an admlraldo tonic and Immediately restores a vigorous nppe
llto and a regular digestion, and thercfnroitls rapidly becoming popular In
tropical countries like l'orto Rico, Mexico and the Philippine',
Physicians or learning and international reputation readily recommend
l'cruna for their patients, and testify
for Pulmonary Diseases. bar of l'orto Rico. "I eertu't that I
Testimonial ot Dr. Kttclian Vlilal j prcjerlbo Peruna, a reined) tor pill ninn
Rios, ofllee Ponce, Porto Rico. Doctor ary dlcaan manufactured bj Tim Po
or Medlclno and Sursery of tho Unl- rund Drug Co., ot Coliimbiix, Ohio, U.
vcraltyot Madrid, honorary member of S. A., and that I have been Mirprlted
ths faculty of Rarcoloua, Cataluna, by tho tUlck, sure rcults and Its good
Hpiini has practiced in the hospital pharmacological formula."
of Paris and lias been admitted to th I V. Viuai, y Rioo.
The following wholesale driiK- kuitii x ,-n HONOLULU,
gists will s.ipp!y the retail traQ '"SON. SMITH fc CO., HAWAII.
" IT 1 1 1 I 1 11 1 is sjjllj toSKiMWissassasMBiiW(MiasffBs
THE PYRENE FIRE EXTINGUISHER, a small, portable, one-quart
machine, claims that its pjwer is equal to any three-gallon
machine on the market. Mr. C. W. McFarlane, who has the
agency for this remarkablj Are qucller, challenges any agent
of any extinguisher in Honolulu to a test before the Chief of the Fire
Department and the Board of Fire Underwriters of this city, agreeing to
prove that fqr efficiency and portability the FYRENE is the peer
of any extinguisher in existence.
Address replies to
C. W. Macfarlane, Masonic Temple Bid
The Bulletin Is First
L In Newi Service. ',
2. All kinds of Advertising.
Any advertiser can gave
exclusively. It coven the
to service is the lowest in
We have decided to cut the. prices for developing and printing very materially on tho
On 3V2x3i2, 3V4x4Vi, 3V4x5i2 and 312XIO. Cut prices on printing only on sizes 2Vix
2V4, 2i4x3V4 and 2i2x4i,.
Notwithstanding the cut, wc have put in better facilities which will enable us to turn out
better work than ever before1 and work that will prove superior to that obtainable anywhere
else in the islands.
Honolulu Photo Supply Co., Ltd.,
rerunato my pa
it is good, be
cause it cures
and because it
lias always giv
en the best of re
sults in every
which it is rec
ommended." Pedro Perea Fnjardo, M. D.
Mayaguez, P. R.
to lu merits. '
3. City Circulation.
4. Outside Circulatioi
money by using the B u 1 1 e t i n
field. The rate in proportioo
Hawaii. :: :: :: :: ::
OAHU RAILROAD AND IAND
Notice of Redemption of Bonds.
In accordance with tho option re
served In the present outstanding
bonds of Oahu Hallway & Laud Com
pany nnd the trust deed securing the
Mime, whereby the company may re
deem Ha lil bonds ut any time fitter
three yenrs Trom their dale, which
option by tcMiliitlnn or thu DlrectoiM
dated June 17, 1S11S, was extended to
January 1, 1UU9, Notice Is heiehy
given that the entile issue of bonds
now outstanding, amounting to two
million ilollnis (gL'.UOO.uoo.OO), will
be ledeemed and paid at the ofllco of
the company 011 July 1, 100!), und
Hint snld bonds will cease to bear In
terest on that date.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND
WALTER P. DILLINOHAM.
NOTICE TO BONDHOLDERS OF
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COM
PANY. Notice Is heiehy given that the
undersigned Is underwriter of a new
Issue of C per cent bonds ot the Oahu
Rnllwny & Land Company, amount
ing to J2.000.000, dated July I,
190!), due January 1, 192", and paj
nhlo nt the option of tho company on
July 1. 1919, or at nny Interest due
In nccorilance with the ngreement
between the underwriter nnd tho
company, holders of tho present
bonds may exchange them for bonds
of the new Issue paylnug a premium
of 1 per cent, or may receive rash
nnd nccrncd Interest from July 1,
1909. nt fi per cent by presenting the
present bonds at the bank of Clans
Sprcckcla & Co, within sixty dya
utter July 1, 1909.
WILLIAM 0. IRWIN.
Honolulu, Junn 20, 1909.
ms June 28. 29, 30: July 1, 2, 3.
NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF
Nutlco Is herebv trlvnn flint tlm
annual meeting or the stockholder
of the First American Savings &.
Trust Co. of Hawaii. Ltd., for tho
election of officers nnd dhertois nml
for the transaction of such other
business ns may bo brought befoie
the stockholders, wilt bo held nt Its
placo of business on Fort stieet. III
the City of Honolulu, on Monday,
tho 2Cth day of July, 1909, ut :t
Dated: Honolulu, June 20. 1909,
L. T. PIICIC,
Secretary nnd Cashier.
4.117 Juno 2, July .1, 10, 17, 19.
We do the very best reuairint; on
Typewriters. Adding Machines
nnd CiikIi Registers. Our lcpalr
tng on the most intricate elect il
eal npparatus cannot be excelled.
All work guaranteed. C. W. Mae
farlano & Co., Masonic Temple.
Phone 14.1. ' -I.TRL'-tr
Change of Managers
No change in quality of service.
Teiritorial Board of
03ice 403 Stansewald Bldg.
LUNCHES and DRINKS
The most popular
place in town.
The Fashion Saloon
Hotel St. near Fort
;fk Scully, Tack Roberts.
Fort Street, Below Hotel.
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