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ijT la u liiiif; tlmo slnco tho short cape has been worn. but How it n hc'nft ic
vlvod with great success both In fur and In satin. Vim rmdel hro shown
Is ono ot tho very smartest. It Is mado of pink ratln. with an edging of pink
frtmro and brown marabou. Little balls of shirred soutacho aro sewed ail over
It. It has a lining of cloth of silver.
AN ENGLISHWOMAN ON LOVE
AND MARRIAGE KOREAN WO'
MEN ARE BECOMING EMANCI
PATED WOMAN IN THE TRAN.
SITION PERIOD? MpNUMENTS
ERECTED TO WOMEN.
JTYTOCIU8Y U tho bano of modern
married life, according to Mar
Jorlo Itelda, on ISncllsh writer, now In
No marrtado Is a success that Is not
based on porfret honesty and perfect
Tho bent love, according to Miss
IlPlda. Is a trinity.
Thcro'a the purely physical attraction.-
uho Bays, "that must bo a part
of real love. Then there Is tho men
tal communion, tho perfoct undcr
rtsnOlrg. tho ability to read each oth-
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Juno 27, 1911.
A From 10:33 a. m. to 4iC0 p. n.
SW t! Achl, tr. t Juiuch I. Holt, tr. .AM
Kiituiuhr IjiimI (.'n Ltd' In Henry
WuliThiiu-i- 'l'r Cn Ltd. tr I)
Hill lluuhen lo Kaplka Ktuno .... 1)
Harriet K Wnuil to Y Alln..(uneltii I,
, sAiiiu 'A Jl.ullcy to Knli'ku Knlu-
r h'liia ..'. Kcl
A SI v IMIiiiiaLi tn Harriet K Wtnnl 1)
Mrs Knuillu Kninul lo Ilurrlcl IC
"Mil ,....,,...t..... I)
Kn i W c liiinnllln tiy trs til .May
T Wlh-iix U
Miirmiif l II Italic und lisli In Tr
... r.i ..i' w ..it,.. .l
'..., ... .. -'""' -"jl.td. A M: mlKP A II Dondero et al on
ri'i'ii iljrroil li, J Ullll:
IS C (ireemvi'll to Ildnrd ot lliuvit
livjiigel AsHir .....i,...
Mm, l.lzlu A lilko tn Alexnnder K
Kauiilil ,v I'D
Kiniui Hue II Mu(iiill nml )ub In
Ciillurluv Houily .;,; I)
Enl.'red for Record June 28, 1911.
From fl:30-a, m. to 10i30 a. m.
uihi. iixniiin to it .iralynmu llel
(1 K Aplkl et nl to llulliia AplKI.. D
Aiiim II I'etei-nin tn Henry (I Iter- I
Cliarle n Hwaln and f In John
VI. tar it nl D
J 1 Sllvn to Charles make ..,,,v.IIf
tlnloiinin II IvHiihano tn Hufry 1 II
U K Hlminoiis mid t to Mnllu Ma
bio ', . , , w...
Julio M doi Hnntou to Joe 1' Oull
hermo .' rte
Recorded June C. 1911.
John Uiicliley to Matilda A JIc-
er"s thouRhtn without spoiklr.c, That's
tho chumship of It. the congenial Inlk
of books and muslo and plays and
Philosophy. And then thero Is that
part of love tliat doesn't want tho ppr
ton cared for to bo hurt In any wuy,
wmi wouiu protect and shield that per
; mm against all tho world, that would
j o Intlnllcly rather surfer In place of
"All thoso thrco hinds of lovo to
Bother mako up tho perfect affection
between man nnd woman. But If only
ono of tho thrco la lacking thero aro
bound to bo discord and Jingling.
That's why thero aro so innny divorces
because thn husband and wlfo don't
caro for each other In all tho threo
ways that together mako tho relation
between them perfectly harmonious."
Tho status of woman has Improved
wonderfully In Korea, It was not so
long ngo that respectable women wero
not allowed to lenvo Iho family com
pound except In a sedan chair. lie
ccnlly In a small town in Seoul a wo
man waa found who had not left her
llttlo houso and woUed garden for
forty years. '
Thero was also a bell which tolled
at noon and meant that all tho men
faniUi-HH, 1); lot a. Wulutao llelchtt..
Honolulu, tuiliu: 5t50. 0 ai.', p 47k
Jute J, lull.
Trent Trust Co Mil. tr, to rturu'timn
& 1-yli'. Dr hit In loU 7 nnd K, blk
SI. 1'earl Clly, Uwa, Oalui; Jl. II 3 IS.
p 17a. Juno a. still.
Kiiri'iifoii : l.ylo In Ktlii'l lCAIirnniK,
l); ImIh 7 uml K, I ill; ::.-.. fcurl City,
IJuu. Onlaj; Jiio. II s-, p isl. Juno
IHhtl K 'Alirnms uml hsh (t) to
Sophia K Hdi'cmmmi (widow) it ill, Mi
lots 7 and 8. blk JIG, lililgs, renin, etc,
1'cnrl City, Uwn, Oahu; )000. 11 all),
P 75. June .', 1011.
AV McCundlesa to Trent Trust Co
Id. A M: mlKP A II Dondero et al on
It I'm inn, 1C07, C7:'ll nnd pur It ! i.111
iftnil Jti-inua bind, Kapalama. Hniio
lulu. O.ihti: Jl. II 349, p 7:1. Juno S,
Amelia Nywtrom nnd ln.li (O) to Jane
C l,qyntid, I); lot 13, blk 2, rents, etc,
Kuplolonl Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; $550.
11- 313, p IW. Juno ;, 1911.
Jlnllry ft Idiwson by high sheriff to
John Nfl'.l. Hher Hale; Int In hides,
land, itc. Hotel Ht, Honolulu, Oahu;
.$1700. II "sic, p C9. Juno C, 1911.
H Ileraerscn tn Muiiuel O .Santos, M;
lot fi. blk 7. Pearl City. Uwa, Oahu;
JC0. II .319. p 50. June 5, 1911.
Henry Wntcrhoufe Trust Co Mil In
,lnnie. W I'rntt. tr. und wf. I'ar rtel;
;.",'000 si ft land, cor Kewnln nnd lfe-
ulu Sts, Honolulu. Oalmi t.'IOO. 11319.
SI. June 0. 1911.
h'aiiuy Ptrnuch ami hsh (I II It) tn
Natlum. It Kpencer, I); lot 21 (3125 so,
ft land), rent, ele, Knllu Tract, Iln-
nnliiln, Oahu; (!5n. II .112, p 4S5. June
Hank of Hawaii Md to Cliurl F
hid In lenvo the streets for two hours
while Ihp wnmim ifld IhiMr nhnpplnir.
Ami now the Korean woman Is fnl-
' low Inn tho Japanese example. She no
I longer allow herself to be blmt up nnd
known Klinily u (ho wife of Kn-nnil-
I m. She ulso moves In mixed society.
' "There, pro thousands of college hrril
If supporting Moulin," savs n ncnl
irllcr, Kllrnhclh lliTl'iirn. "il o iii.nr
n-'ii of moderate means and arc Jiere
iv IK off from work, its Un-v have
li'iiriK'il lo uhderatnnd Itrtnco I hi- wo-
, miin who has enjoyed year i' stim
ulating mental labor will nci cr llnd
ompleto satisfaction or "developmt nt
In tho performance of housework,
"wing or ntlcnillng to ihe phslnl
needs of Kiniill rlillilnil. Thcv things
must tin done, unci done will, hill ecr5 -ihlnB
iHilnlit In h perfcrtlnrr of sMcin
In tho housekeeping "tif tin- future
' which will largely do nwnv wlih tli
"hi fashioned iiiethndt of Hip piil. In
ponnpiiiPnro nf h It this ovulation from
tho days of tho house mother. whn n
woman was In practical Industry with
out passim; beyond Iht gales. 'e hnic
now reached a ilifllrull nnd palntol
transition stage. Women at llii-i tlin
tight for nn cducntion and kp! It. an 1
then, having successfully met tho
tho competition of other wumon nnd
of men In business, trade, tho profes,
slons, the arts and crafts. (hey marry
Into an anomalous world wherp It li
'undignified' to 'keep tlt'dr particular
Job of stpnoKraplior, rcmrtcr. teacher,
saleswoman, and ypt where th only
worl: offered tholn Js work which la'
unpeclallr.ed, chaotic and menially
InadequnlP to satisfy tho needs of till
What Is tho answer? ,
Thero aro twenty monuments crcct
i ed to women In tho United Sliitcs.
Ccvcrn' of these nre of Indl.m women
who have rendered sirvlcea in Hid
whites, and more than ono stnnd us
a trlhuto to n trained nurse.
Perhaps tho most striking mono,
ment of all Is In Klmwnod ceinelerv.
Memphis, Tenn. It was cp-Plcil In
honor of Matllo Stephenson nnd Kuril)
Sutton, who guvo up (heir homo In
victims of tho jellow feicr In 187 J nnd
nursed tho-n until both lost their
tV fawn cloth Is this new model.
which has old fashioned capo
sleeves nnd a particularly effective
brome bead trimming. Tho collar of
skunk makes a smart contrast.
(lllllland et nl, llel. lot 1, blk s, Mc
Cully Tract, Honolulu, Oahu; 3300. II
319, p S3. Juno 1, 1911.
J J Drummond to Muuocl ,H Moraes,
llel; nor Ittll 4034. nn 1. and kul "!i'.7.
ap 3, Kupalaiuii, Honolulu, Oahu; JtOO,
II ::4',i, p S3. June li, 1911.
Manuel H Noraes nnd wf to llay
mnnilo Nunes Jr, 1); COM si ft of kul
4031, up 1, Kapnlainii, Honolulu, Oahu;
900 II 312, p 487. Juno 0, 1911.
Hayinunilo .Vunes Jr nnd wf lo J J
Driimnionil, M: C0G3 ho ft of kul 4034.
np 1, Kiipalnuia, Hnnolulii. Oahu; IC00.
II 319, p 83. Juno fi. 1911.
1'red V Macfacluno nnd wf lo Clark
rami Co Ltd, I); lots 17 nnd 17. Pn-
waa Trait. Honolulu. Oahu; 12500. II
312, p 4SS. June 0. 1911.
Ilelehlo (w) (o Henry Knhaawlnul,
O; 1-5 Int In gr 1179. N'ononnno. H
Konn, Hawaii; Jl, etc. II 342. n 484.
Juno C, 1911.
Six ncgrnoH were lynched nt l.also
City, I'la., after a pni'fy of more thnn
a dozen men, inasnuerndlnc as nin.
rers, apueiited nt the county Jail nnd
Kin posi-esinn rf the men by present
ing a bogus telegram. I
PILES CURED IN 6 TO 14 DAYS.
I'AZO OINTMENT is guaranteed
to cure any case of Itching, Blind,
Hleedinp, or Protruding Tiles in fi to
14 days or money refunded. Made by
i'AUIS MliDICINIJ CO., Saint Louis,
U.S. of A.
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Delegate's "Caucasi.in Immi-
(jrnlion Bill lo Strengthen
Uoler.alo Kuliln'n bill In promote
Calicnslnn Imuilgrnllnti o the terri
tory wan introduced in (ho Hoiico uit
Juno II and iplcnrj lo the rommlt
lert nn torrltnrlon. It In no rotluwn:
' To iirnmoln Caut-asnin IniinlRinilnn
Itijho' Tcrrltoilv nf Hawaii.
Wlicrr-iia. tlic walfaro aiu civic pin
Riera of llnwiill depniul upon build
jliiR up In Hint Tcriltnry u Iniwr clt
l7.cn "pnpulal Inn; and
I Wlirmta Riieh n populnlnu, by pro-
vIiIIiik a' Mtrnii'Ror local inilltlul ami
'liy mipiiolllni; ilhurKlllcd .'in,rlcultilR
and Iho ijrinltirtloii within the Terrl
lloiy nf .toads' now Iniporteil, will In
Irroiwi llic'tuluo nf Hawaii to Iho mil
itary (tereuuu nt Iho Hulled illtutex;
Whereas hrhIhIpiI Innnlgrnllnn luu
nllcmly crented In this Terrllnty n
lHijnilntlon of Cuiranlan fnrmora nnd
farm lihnferis iiuinbcrlnR nearly thirty
He It nnncteil by tho Krnata and
IlotiVo nf Itrpi'eFcnlntivvs nf the Uni
ted ritiilce of Amcrlcin In Ciunrcos
iiKRcniMcil, That (lie Territory nf lln
wiill i.liall have autlimily In employ
fiindrt rubied by taxation tn prepay
Iho farn.-i nnd nlhcruliin tn encourage
the Immigration (n Hawaii of Can
raslanH, wliclhe' from tho mainland
nf thn Unllpil StntCH or fioin ollior
countrlcH: Provided. That mich Ini
mlgrants, except In respect to bolnp;
nsalsted, shall be ellKlbla to admis
sion to (ho United StatcH under such
rYdcrnl IniuilRrntlon lawn ax may at
thn lluir of their arrival bo In force:
And prnvhled further. Thai the Tcr
rltnryof Hawaii vhall bo linund tn re
turn lo tho ('ountry fiom which they
came any such IniuilRrnntn who may,
wltliln tin oo years after their landing
In the United Btatcs, become- public
And In order tn protect tho Terri
tory of Hawaii In rccurliiB tho benefit
of such expenditures, any labor agent
or other person who Rhall solicit
to lenvo the Territory Immigrants
thui assisted Willi Territorial funds
to cnmi! tn Hawaii shall provide bonds
rntlsfnetnry In Ibe treasurer nf lln
wiill that lie will pay the expenses of
returning to tho country from vlileli
they came nil Immigrants thus Millclt
ed and removing (rum tho Tcrtitory
to the mainland of tho United Htntps,
who may. within three years after
landing In Iho United Slates, become
public rlinrges; nnd shall, In additlnn,
rclmbiirso tho Territorial government
for theTcost ot bringing to Hawaii any
Immigrants who may. In consequence
of this solicitation, removo from tho
Terrtory, and (lie legislaturo of said
Territory la hereby nutliorlred to
make suitable laws for carrying out
Measure to Promote Passen
ger Traffic That Local
Tho bill suspending the coaBtwIco
navigation laws relating to pnssen
gera, nn account of which tho San
Krnnclsco Chamber of Commerce ask
ed a change of attltudn by the local
commercial bodies, was Introduced by
Delegate Kalanlannnlo on June 14
nnd referred to tho committee on mer
chant nun life and fisheries. Its pro
visions have been endorsed by tho
chamber of commerce and merchants'
association, and both now stand pat
on their previous action. Tho bill Is
A III Mi
To nmend tho laws concerning
transportation between porta of the
Territory of Hawaii und other portB
of the United Stacks.
Do it enacted by thn Senate nnd
IIouso of Itoprosontattves of tho tint
te'd States of America In Congress as
sembled, That for a period ot six
years' from Iho passago of this Act
passongers may bo transported with
out penalty In foreign vessels between
ports of tho Territory of Hawaii and
others ports of tho United States:
Provided, however, That wlicnovor
by tho encouragement of n mall sub
sidy, or otherwise, three additional
American steamships, each with n ca
pacity of not less than one hundred
and fifty first-class passengers, shall
Iiavo been placed In regulnr sorvlco,
currying passengers between Hawaii
and the malnlnnd of the United States,
the provisions of this Act shall there-'
upon cease to be operative; Pro
vided further, That the provisions of
this Act Bliall extend only to foreign
vessels plying between the ports of
tho United States and ono or morn
of the ports of China. Japan, tho Phil
ippines or Australasia.
Cardinal millions presided nt the
commencement exercises nt Trinity
' T. N . " '"'
Merchants' Association Trus
tees Think He Fathered
Capt. William Mntson, head of Ihn
MhIsoii Navigation Company, was said
yesterday to be tho man responsllilo
fnr sending Iho cablegram from tho
San Kriinclscii Clutmbcr of Commerro
to local commercial' bodies nsklug
them tn change ntlltudo again on
susiicnslon of roaotwlro laws and
turn against Hie bill that .Delegate
Knhlo Intioduccd to allow foielgti
(steamers to cugago In passenger traf
This wns tho opinion Ircely ex
pressed nt the meeting of tho Mer
chants' Association directors yestcr-
Iay afternoon. Tho merchants met nt
tirec o'clock nnd took similar action
to that of Iho trustees of the Cham-
uur or commcrco nn nour earner, us
icisirtcd III tho Bulletin's second
edition yesterday afternoon. That, la,
tho meichants refused to change Ihele make such nppolntmpnts nn In hlsjudg
staud again, nnd now both lHidleu,ment may'veeni for the best Interests
havn formally relndiirsed tho dele-Jnr (he chamber; and be It further
gale's effort for n suspension of Iho uVkoIvciI, That tliht'c'huiuhor reeom
cu.istwlse passenger laws. iineiids to Its members the roullnuaueo
'That cablegram was fathered hy'of the payment of the wharfage lax as
Hilly Mntson," declared ono of tho
trustees, and n general laugh went
up. "Sure, It's Mntson," said another
and ono of tho business moil added,
"Tho coldest case of bluff I overslw." mid that It further recommends that
"It's bad enough for local people the proceeds from Mild tax shall con
to cliango attltudo without having tho tluue to bo devoted mainly to tho In-
Impetus coino frnm somewhoro else,''
said K. A. Ilcinill. In fart, not ono
of Iho directors seemed tu consider
tho cablegram as anything but u bluff,
Iho Intimation being that Cant. Mat-
Bon naturally doesn't llko tn bo file-
ed Into rnmpetltloii with foreign
tteamshlp lines for local passenger
tramc. Capt. Matson Is now prerl-
dent of Iho San Krnnrlvcn Chamber
of Commerro, and tho cablegram:! lo
thu Chamber of Cnmmercs nod (lie
Mcrchnnta' Association wero Idenll-
AHer illiciiHiilou, Iho dlicctors an-
thorlsrod Iho Eenillnr; of Iho following
cable, tho Joint pio.tuothin of t
Wnldroii nnd C'C. von Haiuni:
"In nnnvi'Cl to your calilegrnm of
Juno 20, wo respectfully decline In
ioso any opportunity which will ro-
suit In suspension roaitwlso laws np-
plying to passenger Irnicl."
Sorrow Over Parent's Death
Believed to Have Caused
Miss Florence 11. CiiMlilug, tho girl
tourist who couuultted suicide In San
Francisco on Tufday night, after ar
riving on the Slerru from Honolulu,
was grlovlng over the death of her
mother, according to her cousin, A. II.
Ilnlinrt of this city.
Mr. llobnrt says that Mrs. Wishing
died about u year ago, and Miss C'usli
Ing bud been deeply nrlevci ovcrMnce.
It Is presumed that sho brooded over
tho bereavonient on the Way to the
mainland nn thn Sierra und became sit
despondent thut shu look her life that
Miss dishing went out but llttlo
whllo here, and few who read the cable
news In tho II u 1 1 e 1 1 n yesterday
knew her. Several friends, however,
cnlled up the Mullet In oluco last
night for further particulars.
Despondent hecauso his flaueco
Mrs. Lillian Lynch, foimerly of Chi
cago, Insisted on n postponement of
their wedding, I.csler It. Severn, mien
nn nmcor'of Iho Ilrlllsh nrmy, eom
mlttod siilcldo by shodtlnn nt Ivis
WHYv WILLIE HAD THE DOCTOR.
BOTH BODIES TO
Chamber of Commerce and
Merchants' Association On '
Ilolh the Merchants' Association und.
Hip ciiainber of Commpicc will lioicp-, nnd maintaining a school for Knicanu
resented nn the shippers' wharf cum- hero nro being raised by tho Korean
mlttee. The rchirtitH ugllaled tho Young Men's ChrHtinu Association,
ipattrr for several weeks und wero II-j nnd already J bo subscriptions amount
null inviled to name three represen- to nbout a thousand dollars. In an
tallies, and u similar Invitation wiih' effort to ralso tho remainder of thn
extenilid to Iho chamber unit accepted sum needed, tho association, through
it the regular bimonthly meeting yes- Its ouicera, la making a public np
terilay artcrimoii. J. l Cooke present- peal. The letter being sent out U an
nil Hie lollowlug resolution, which waft follows:
unanimously adopted: j It has been suggested by tho young
"Whereas,, An Invitation has been ex-' nlcn of the Korean Young Men's
tended to liils chamber by tho ship-, Christian Association, that tho Kn-
pers' wharf committee of Honolulu to leans residing In tho Hawaiian Is-
nppolnt llireo representatives of this
liody who shall become members .of
wild committee; therefore,' ho It
Ilesolved, That said Invitation Is
i hereby accepted and tho president of
the chamber Is hereby authorized tiii
nt present being levied nnd collected
by tho said shippers' wharf commit-
tee ut least until lira convening nf tho
next Territorial Legislature In
erenslnir of the present emergency fund
under the control -of tho shippers')
wharf committee, for tho purpose of
prutict'lnir the shipping and inmnier-
elal Interests of (his pint."
The chamber listened In thorcndlng
of the follow Inn letter from Actlug-
secretary of Warr6llver:
"I Iiavo the honor to nrkimwledgo
receipt of your letter of May 25, 1911,
enclosing u copy of the resolution pa'ss-
ed by tin, board or truntees of the
Clinmber of Commereo of Honolulu rc-
ferrlng In Hie pbic.ing of u largo body
of Irnops In dm city of Honolulu,
"Thn uucslbm of the number of
trnops tn bo stnlloned near Honolulu
uml nf the loeallon nf tho barracks and
ipiarlers llierefor Is now under consld
erutlon by (bo War Department. anilrin
tho term of (be resolution nbovo re-' i.
ferred lo will be given careful eonslil -
eiutlon In connection therewith."
j Tho 'resignation of K. II. Wodebouso
ns a trulco of Iho chamber was ae-
ceptul and T. C. Davles cleeteil to till
An appeal lo Massachusetts to re
lievo lllindo Island of Iho problem of
disposing of llnrry Sheridan, Iho
. leper boy of Pawtuckot, was sent to
Oov. K. N. Fosa liy (Jov. Aram J. Po-
iTK iltf a ff
Neat dreulng drlrei tho "blues" wy for you, and many others.
Nothing helpa to keep your appearance up, and save your dreiamalcing bills, like
a Sewing Machine In your home. It la almost esaentlal. Maybe you cannot
afford a newone. Let our little Want Ada tell of those who want to Sell a used
one, cheap, Whether you want to Buy, or Sell, bear tn mind that our Classified
pago talks Its message to this whole city lor but a few pennies. Use it.
Read and Answer
Today's Want Ads.
Donshsy In ClsveUnd Plain Dsaler.
Association Makes Public Ap
peal After Raising $1,000
Funds for the purpose lit building
lands should raise funds tor tho pnr-
l'so of building and maintaining a
(school for Korean boys and girlii,
teaching them In their natlvo and tho
Tho need of such a school Is self-
evident, as most of tho Koreans ro
sldlng hero nro extremely jioor, and
unabto byT their own effort to glvo
their children a proper education.
So far, wo have collected upwarda
of n thousand dollars mostly from
members of the Korean Christian
Church, and nn doubt can collect sev
eral thousand dollars more, by np-
pealing to our countrymen.
owing to tho oxtrcmo poverty of
tho majority of the Korean people re
siding here, wo rcnllzo tho Impossl-
I blllty of doing tills laudable work by
ourselves, so wo takn this means of
appealing lo tho well known gener
oslty of the Kngllsh-speaklng people
of Micro Islands fur their aid in car
rying on tills noblo work.
Subscriptions, no mutter how small,
will bo thankfully received.
President, C. U. MM,
Secretary, VKB NAlSOO,
Trensurer, (3. .1. S. KONQ.
Cottage (K) Cliristlcy hano, Foit
street, Ilonolidu, T. II.
lirly lait evening thero was n pretty
.wpiUlIng celebrated nt St. Augustine's
!, when Miss Margaret,, the pretty
nuliter nf Wllllmtt llelllnn. urn, mur.
ki,..! , Albeit A no Amnio llev
Father Stephen nlllelated.
The clianel was hamlsnmelv decer
.,(.,,1 for lllo ..emf,!,,,, ,v 1.r nl
friends of tho bride, chief among whom
was Mrs. James McOulre. William
Vlerra ucted as best man, whllo Mrs.
Vlerrn was the matron of honor.
After tho ceremony thn wboln p.irly
repnlred to the llelllna hnnio In 1'nlolo
'IMIll lV 1(111 IIVIIIIIII 11111(111 HI (1
Vnlliy. where a reception was ),el
, m t
HULLETIN ton ravxbt
On Buying or
Selling a Second-hand
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