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From Sin Franetseot
Korea September 25
For San Francliool
l.urllue September 2ii
Muhurn October 11
Zeilln ml 1.1 October 12
ESTABLISHED 1882. No.
Fortune TO BE CAUSE OF
Mrs. ficorgo C. Hockley, nt Jllsn
Heatrlco Campbell, will bavii to wait
uiiolliur year fur the $12S.nno sho In
claiming from Ibo Campbell estate.
Tho supremo court In a decision
handed down at 2:30 o'clock this aft
ernoon, declares Hint marriage docs
not establish majntlty, ami that tho
Kill who was wedded In San friin
clsco a few weeks nyo to (loorgo C.
Hi'tklcy, Is not, through that facl, on
titled now to Ihn money.
The plea In ulnlemont Is miMjIii
ei tho coin t rules ns set ruling stat
in); "the statiilo removed tho dls.ibll-
lly nt cnvorti.ro hut not that of In
fancy." It was clalnuil for Mis. Heck-
ley that ns she hail wedded the was
entitled to tho money at once.
SI ARTED TODAY
The first of tho small maps In con
I'ecllon with the big xanltnry survey'
of Honolulu was bcrore i'resiuoni rrntt
or the Hoard of Health this morning,
having heen eompleted yesterday. A
start was mado then, and from now on
the mo. ill maps will keep comliu: III
In order to break tho men Into tho
work properly, Health Ollkcr Dr. Khep.
hud, Chief Inspector Charlock nnd
Ihri'e of the Inspectors lire working In
loinp.inv for tho first few days. Later
on the men will work singly. The
great Iipiic lit that this system of work
lni; will he -to the hoard nnd also to
the H.inll.iry commission was seen to
il. ly, when Mivernl small details had
bull traced In on tho him pilot that
did not show In tho orlKlnal, Theso
me now to ho put In on the big mai.
Nothing will he spnred to finish tho
map oT ns soon as possible, mid the
president's "desk Is piled hlBh with
maps at tho present time. During next
wi'ik thero should he small maps ro
tnrned oery day with nil the addition
al tl.it .i added to them for transmission
to the bin map.
PAVING FIGHT IS
That members of Ibo rind coiiimll
tie of Ibo city and county Hoard of
Hupmlsois will count foiward with u
ui.ijoilty report rieouimeiullug that a
eoiilriiet for pnUiiK one block iilonif
qui i u Mint, between fort nnd Ahip.il,
bo awaiili'd the Honolulu Hltullthlo
I'avhiK I'onipiny, Is nuishhleil a foio
I iiiiu iiiiielllsloii.
'Unit scm-iiiI local I'oiilractorH will
t nt r ii Ikoiiiii pioi-st over thu be
slmsal of a fat conliail In tho highest
bidder, Is ispnll) hi lino us n safe, Int.
.MeiubirH of Hie load cimilillltee, In
iliullnitH DwImIiI, us chuli man, nnd
Aliiohl, lire In meet this cwidutf and
1,11 imr the seMiul bids and make In
ipihy lulu llm ilellill of .picllcatlous
loiilaluul ill Ibo lindirs siihmllled In
Dhv al Cirlnin."
'I'ttn nivinlK-ia of Ihn liHid riiinmlllen
lmi ilHleel llivlr prffiiHue III iHh.
Illtf Hit ItHHItli HllltOIMlll ilwlllllllK III l
UkHiltsI, 'Diet iNIm UtMl llm lilltilulllili
liituwid s4MHtlJ mt Iwiuwi' Imi it.itll-
tttii Nil fslwllHaHII II lw Mil Ifl")
Ml m Mt4 tiMstf l"l HHf tttil III
IW H)4Hswti U t i HaitxhulHi'i' m
' 1 lti!lUi ipiwwi wttsntii
i ite4i Aiiil ifiili ii liaki1 ''" "'"-- -fiiiitftin i in 1 1 -"'- 'ik iiif i'lflrtlitfll .,. . ...w .. ,- .iimkM.. . ,, A . ii ii iiii mill n .gWim , ,rt,m 11111.M
William A. Hockley, well-known and
trusted employe of the Honolulu pust-UlWu
olllco for llfteen years, was arresled
this inornliiK on complaint of tho pin-
tl otllil.ils charged with tho theft of
UU fioin tho iitllcii safe last Thursday
or rrlday night Strongly assertliii; his
Iiiiiik ee, Hethlc) was taken hy U. H.
Marshal Hendry, and after federal of-
. . .. i
llclals had Interrogated him. was suit'
to (1.1I111 prison.
IUblnd lleikhy's nrrest there may hu
the clue to the nosier Ions theft uf soma
JUDO that disappear d from the local
otllce weeks ago nnd which has puzzled
tin- postolllce liKpntor In charge,
Trank J llaie, 1'iistinnstcr Pratt ninl
other people In tho senlco ocr since.
This was nioiiev In tuinslt from I.elle-
him, which iippirinlly leiiclied llono.j
lulu. It Is' not bi-lloveil that Ilcckley's
peculations nro conllned to the twenty
dollars that was nilsiu-il Just reccntlyiiiiornlni; as to the iiinn'H record, nnd
nmlVlilcli is so'eeineit In tbe rointiln lot
if 'IittWInr Han, 011 wlilcliihp-nian
was nnvsted,. Ills record of the. past!
few niontlis points to Irremilarltli's, say)
the IVdernl olllclnls, which will now,
ho brought In light,
ri.imbllm; Is bclleveel to he rcspon-
slide for the downfall of Hockley, who
Is the head of n family, and who'o
wife and live children nro dependent
DELEGATION INSTRUCTED FOR TAFT
IS PROSPECT; PREPARING EARLY
lie publican le intern are nlready pre
parliiK for tho Territorial convention
next ear that will nomlii.ito deh'Bates
to the Itepiibllcan national coiiveiitlon.
from present prospeils, the elele-Kiitloii
will ko Instructed for l'reshlent Taft.
It Is admitted by prm Ik-ally all tho
Itepiibllcans that support of Taft for
ri'iionihiatloii Is the IhkIcuI and wise
Hawaii will send sl ileh-Kate'.s to tho
national comuitlou next )e-ar Insleiiil
of the two that hno made up pielous
dile'Kiitloiis. The efforts or A 11. SI.
llobertsi low i hlcf Justice of the Hu-
preuie Court, mid othe'i-H on behalf eif
Hawaii have heen successful nnd tho
Teirltory has been reeoi;ul7.eil as entl -
tied to six.
'II imliiatlm; convention to ho held
hrin next May or Juno will be com-
poses! of Hit deleiiales from the vai lolls
A Japanese ganhti, workesl out Willi
nil the tare mid ulti iitlou to nnl'iue tie
tall for which llm pioplo of Nippon
me famous, Is propositi for Num. urn
Valley, on the tiiut of land that (Jinen
l.llluokiiluul gave to tho public
on lit r
lilllliu.iy a lew nays uko.
The parks coiiiiulltio of
Hie gift lilt -
n ih.ilge nt
ft dilation, wlih h second
ti' long iiegiill.illoiis, is in in.iig
Hie inatlir, ninl Is plaiiuluu to add In
the hind gUtn hy l.llliiokal.iul seveial
Idn't-s of utsirby piopirty, inal.lui! a
laiiin uilllinil park along the sll'tmlii,
liicludhiH Ilia fainous l.llliiukiilaiil fulls
Mtillie of the pi opel I V limy lnnn In be
liillilcmuiill nllin lilece mit Ins'll
iiuuliil ii. ilnimlbiim, ninl whm lh
Mill me I lliwlll' vtml.wl mil Hut ie.
iili will l u tjiri of hhhi imiiiic
il HI jtll'MIVHV ( IIik IMWHlllll.
dUtiuwiliyt i On lis lishiy, Mtkl IVwl h
HltWkM' hWlatU Hr MHI In I mti'
m4 uul Tkw IHI In Ihf rtrm.wilr HI
lawteMi itHl H U 'l.lf I'aiMllWt
10 PAGES. HONOLULU,
On ii salary of
upon him for support
" month lio has
his passion for ginning to a minims
..VI..11I II.. u unlil In loii. I i re
lmyy ,(Wtr on ,.() nriH, runB at MU
.lsl .-m,rt, f j,,iy wben, according to
niine of those who atteiidtd the meet-
lug, he piling, d heavily for 11 man 011
a "piker" salary, and lost most of Ills
lleekley Is 11 night citric lit tho olllce,
imd was trusted Willi the operation of
an olllce safe. Prom what can bo
learned from the ulllcl.ils, all of whom
lire Inclined to lelleeiice, he took the
twenty dollars Mime lime dnrlni; the
ulRlit The loss was soon discovered
mill, after a careful Investigation hy
Inspictor llnru and others, was laid
at lleililei's door.
lleekley Is 11 son of the lain Gcorfio
I'eekley and entered thu local olllco In
HDfi. l'oslmaster l'ralt was askeel this
Ii he had been an employe In whom
trji) titiifl'laCi'tl.' 1
"H he hadn't been, lin would, not
hae been In tho postotltco bo loiiir,",
tlm postmnster nnswered.
U. S District Attorney Ilrecknns said
this mornliiK that lleekley denied uullt
absolutely, but the postal people think
they have made out n pretty plain ease
Islands, aceordlnK to llBiires preparest
by John II. Wise for tho Itepiibllcan
Tirrlleulal exes'iitlei committee, which
will call the convention This Is thirty
odd more than In the last convention,
the illffereni'e lielnir due to the fact
that ii leseiiil-hreiiklui; Nolo was east
at the last Kcncriil e'hvtloii Dek-Kiitea
to the convention are apportioned on
the basis of one for every fifty ote-s
'for Delettate to t'oiiKress or fraction
of llfly omt tlility, with the further
provision that inch precinct, no luat-
ter what the Mite, Is entitled to at least
one ill leisute. As Deieirate Knianianii-
ole was isUen n rivoriMiieukliiB vote
at thu last election, the comcutlou will
be Tar laruer than Ihreo years bko,
j Tho apportionment hy districts Is us
first District, 20; .Second, 1G; Third,
3(1; fourth, 41; fifth, IIC; Klxth, 13.
OF QUEEN'S GIFT?
for u Star or two at least, until thu
llt-Vfllipilll nt la COIIipleletl
"It has been proposed Hint u Japan
esc natural lamlscupe gulden and park
be made of this," said Mr McChcsui-y,
"and we mo advised that the Japan
i so will cany out an ilaboralo plan
for developing this along these Hues,
lloncwr. until tho hiw)irs bae com-
1 I'll lfl Hut pa urs of Ibe died of gift,
mi plans will be si tiled upon"
tHptiul liii I lot in ('.iblf )
nilllLIN, Ire, Bept, SJ.-TIm slly Is
The I'ni'llli) r.Kl HltHinmliln film
Iiij'h sIimiiiIiIi HiIiiiii, wliltli
III i tifc ii imk In Ht'sminir Nainuvs nil
JHHH W Hlkl I'omlitil In I'lmnhm'
IHttjr IHNIH Hie NtlHMMItlPI. nits ll"tl'
Dd m lull 11 muiI wan immhMi huh In
111 Hsll IW ViH'td', M" IHMlm Will
kw fltitt litdi lll t'HilO llm H
ml lu Utmm Ui Ihwlllf
TERRITORY OF HAWAII, FRIDAY,
TRUSTED POSTOFFICE MAN
LOSES ESTATE FIGHT
ONE QIIITS RACEiJJIV PRIMNttS
in air, one
t Asinchled l-css flhl
LOCKPORT, N. Y., Sept. 22 James-
J. Ward, contestant In the ocean-to-ocean
aviation race for tho $50,000
Hearst prije, had fall here today.
with only slight Injuries, but decided
,0 fl've UP "' contest. He was flying
In specially-built Curliss biplane.
ui, b.h oe-pi. 11,- ouu ruw-
er, first contestant In the cross-contl-
nent ip rce whose machine was par-
"""V wrecked In a fall here, will re-
um" hl fl'Bht "stward tomorrow.
His trials with the repaired machine
today were successful
NAPLES. GRIPPED IN
STORM, IS SUFFERING
(Axinot.ilcd Pms fel.ti-.l
UtniFS. It.ilv. Bant. . Tunlv
people have br.n killed and property
worth millions of dollars destroyed in
a great storm here
SLUMP IN STEEL STOCK
jg CHECKED BY SALES
" u"u J
t Assorliitfd-trress fih!-
IK, N.'Y, Sept. 22. Heavy
sales on the market lot U. 8. steel stock
tot)ay checked the ilump.
1 THE NAVY OF FRANCE
(Ktieelil Hu I lei In Cable.)
BREST, Fr, Sept. 22-The battle
ship Jean Dart, 23,467 tons displace
ment, was launched here today.
(Special llll Ill-till '.lbl' )
MADRID, Spain, Sept. 22 The dis
orders here have ceased
SAN FRANCISCO Sept. 22 Sugar!
SC degrees test. 5.9325 cents. Prevl.
out quotation, 5.93 cents. Beets: 83
analysts, 18s Id. Parity, 5.87 cents.
Previous quotation 17s 1d.
High bids will be the order on tho
llrst set lion of the big belt-road plan
to be carrlttl out hi actual work, ac
cording to what local contractors are
saying of the stale of the r.iud at pres.
cut mid the tbaratttr of tho ground
over which tho highway will go,
Several of the coiilrocters who havo
In en llgurliig on being bidders have
leetntly made trips to the other side
of the Island to look over the IHe-lulle
stretch, known lis the lleela section,
Wheie thu llrst work la to be done. Itu
turning, they the hire that It Is going
to hu a wis costly job. Dim of them
whe. has go,,., ov.r II... gromi. lea e-
fully today said (hat P ..baby h H
will bo put In ... h'-s ban u iu for
," "'" , , ..
City l.llll iotllll) vvtlt line" " !"
good prlte, for .oiilrue'lorH can not af
ford In tiiki. It cheaply
Or course, Ihls Is fitiui Ihn coulran
tin's point of view, hut the fact h
thai nil of llm nun hi thu road-build-lug
business stem lo IIKU'u Hint II H
going In be u cosily Job, nnd lli.il Hie
uy nip..iiilul,s b) llu- last Itml..'
I, .1.11.. f... III.. Ik.llll I,. II IIUIl M,illl!lll Id
' iV ' .;.,... v iiaiboualt,. fur
IIU'I." In.idHinali. IhaM was M'.l'j""' Ml)' litlor Willi IIUMlt.sl niuliov
Wht-ll Ihc i.PI .imilt.il vvtis UMiih- ,l",,,;!'," ,i i''1!!
L ....lie. ...L.,1 lur tlmllllin. WIlHIl lllll I'lllt'l IHlllM. lllUHI lll
I.MI when llM' pi lining Ithlts. of lllii
PUi MIMl Nt-HUdf HUM I H' I el Iwil
isiiwi ipeir nM.pi iiw oiii I'm n"p
uiii.iiHl iib li m ilil kkisl
IshMl Half nut,.. Ibw IMII lilll
- - -
MBER 22, 1911.
UUI Ur NINt liU
fiviilptl I'rrnn CiMf ,
MONTFICAL. Que., Sept. 22. Six out of the nine Canadian provinces
have repudiated reciprocity with the United State, according to the returns
so far received, only three of llje prov nces beintj claimed by the Liberals,
while the Conservatives claim six Due overwhelmed Ontario 70 to 15
(HimtIiI tliillnrln iM. )
NA3HVILLC, Tenn., Sept. 22. S leaker Champ Clark in a statement
here today declared that his speech Ii which he referred to reciprocity as
the "handmaiden of annexation" was n t responsible for the result of the Ca
nadian elections, but that it wac the haste of President Taft himself.
ENGLAND IS PLEASED ATNEWS FROM CANADA
LONDON, Eng., Sept. 22. The re
thowing that Canada has rejected reciprocity, are vattly pleasing to England
nd ar" "ived with great satisfaction.
U. R. WHEAT BOOMS WITHDEFEAT OF AGREEMENT
CHICAGO, III., Sept. 22. The new i from Canada that reciprocity has
been defeated boomed the wheat markt hero at once, and reports from all
over the country show a rise in wheat of from one to four cents.
CANTONESE CEASE HOSTILITIES
AS FLOODS INUNDATE CITY
Canton, China. Is pniecful hill in- to ho higher than It has heen for flf
nnibiled nt Ihn tlmo of dennrtiiro of Ip'n jours and tho rlcr Is still rals-
tho I'aciflc Mall liner China from
Purser C. M. leaders In that vessel In a chair It wdh lmpoi"slb!u lo got
tolii the newspaper repioiuntallcs from siia Kcl Into tho Western suh
Ihls moinlng Hint hu mado u lslt to'urhs mid llio rher was within a few
thu hlstoilc metropolis of South China. Inches of tho ton of tho embankment
Just before tho sailing of tho China
for the United States.
The revolutionary Hplrlt tliroiighoiit
the jsipnlace Chinese city was ut very
low ebb. Thtoiigh tho miles ofcnsik-
ed ami Intricate sticcts of tho ell)
Chinese soldiery was encountered,
each man tinned with a formidable
looking six fihiKitcr.
l.-tntlers reisirts that there was uo.ncso month things took a turn for
sign of rioting during thu few ilas
that he remained thero. foreigners
piocccclcd about their business with
out a display of anything like fear
There was no'ban placed iism tho en
trance of lotirlsts within the Kites al
though a city of nearly two million
population seemed well under guard
The passing of tho involution may
hu laid to u Hood. N'ovvh received from
nil districts near tho liver tell of ab
normal rises III tho height of the wat
er. In Kwoiig Sal tho HI Idling Is said
Acting on n call Ironi Olllcer Me
Angus nt Wahluvva last night I,hiior
'.I ifll,, 1.i,w.I1 l.nnblii.l . 1,11
ma n-i ii'l l i til. I, ,ii.n,i, fi,
and half u barrel of llm
luhiullotiH llipild was split on Hie
Mr.Vngim Iiiih had liU Kiisplclmm for.tb.i mine bonks mid ullur books of ll.e
sumo Hum nnvv nnd lias been wonder
ing when, nil Dm Kiuoins obtained
llio IIiiiioi Hi jl shiiwisl lis uffecls on
them hum llinti in limit, finally Im
';.. . ' ; ,u , ..? . l ." T
" lfl""" "" ' "! l""M'H
rilHKeill Mr n( IIiumi Ml KO III
WW"' '" ",'," ''."
man In with
win wImi hwii ifiiiiiiuti win. iuh
HlHt III IMliI
IVihihII int., IIp.Miv
., , . . Vi , ,ir
Iiwi muttt.1 Iii Hit mm '1
urns from the Canadian elections,
iiik. 111 uniiion nseii many oi mu
Hlrei'tu nln Itoodeil nt hleh lldn til II
I depth to two foot, and unless one was
Most of the seweis under the stieets
nro choked and useless, and so IIiuiIh
water has no chance tu run off, hu',
imlhlng Is oer ilono to renicsly this
wretched stitto of alTalrs.
For hoiiiii llmo the waters of tho
West HUer liao been making Kat-
Bian nn unronifortahle placo to live
In. On tho twenly-secsiiul of the CM
the worse. Suddenly thero were heavy
rnlns, mill In addition huge volumes
of tho water ciimo down fiom the
upiier rivers. Hence tho w.iler rose
about two Chinese feet or more ami
overflowed overywhere. The tieljs.irnl experts me in mule, home from
ninl lands which weio ready for tho 'Hurupe and other set tluns of the globe,
planting of tho autumn rlco havo lieeii'vvhuo Inquiries have been under wuy,
heavily Hooded ami nil work Is stop-jund their presence Is esstntl.il to com
lied for the present. In conveiiieiico.l'letlon of a report,
of this all grain has Increased In A careful Investigation of the wool
price. Moreover, tho grain-dealers say. Industri was made Jo Australia, New
thai It will he dearer efeli vet, l.ealand mid nil countries regarded as
mmmmmimmmm be lllg Cif C OIISetUclUc
of tho s.ikl which they emptied out
on tho ground.
Tho Japanese put up a hill of $10-1
cash hut fin-felled It
in thu isdlco
court this morning,
Mt,,.iii iinii.it., vcir.t.i.i i
llll.u. Hepl ii Xlockhultlers of
Mountain King mining ntotk lire pre-
paring In Mind nil expert lo examine
PROMINENT MEN TO
Pnilir nM MAIIMA lcCA
uuiiii wit ittrvwiirv ivri
1 lUl.,1.1 l(. ,11. II.. U'lllletU I
m IJ' H.pi T Wil.li. H....'
,., ,ll..,..ir. , ilftirgM II Huh-1
' '"'" Men will, him . mi hi.
llll. ht.e tlHIHg.l III .lelllHIHI of lll
Hon.. tub. Hon mi slid Mvld ItWH
tii, Hi. I.u.iI IuUH l.lllilll HulllolM
p.ir-eiiDtr. till Hit
M4IIM.1 lien fuf
hiiMl MmIIi'Dm i) f Mf,
' ui.. i.,,,.,iiu. r. ii llu Uuiio.i Kmi lo Of IIOIID III 111 IQIIIOIIOW. UVflV II0V III
No average retail business can af
ford to ever be out of the newspapers
In this buty world a merchant It to
eailly forgotten if he does not !
constantly before the public. If the
merchant does not advertise all the
tlmo he will surely be overlooked.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
KM S AID FOR
iftclil llu Met In Wireless
Illl.ej Si pi -'J -I'onuressmali Kahn
of California, In u speech made at the
Hoard of Trade hiluiuit i;Uen In Ids
honor, pledged his assistance In Con
'r.ress mid otherwise to Hawaii In fill
Jutf Mime of the present ueeels. He
promised to lend bU aid In securing
the proposed Kll.llie.i iiiilloliil park
mid In cleariuir Kiddo Hay channel. In
hls iptech he deslared iigalust uny re
vision of Hie sucar tariff He advo
cate el e iieoiiraKliii; I'tirope-aii Immlura
lloii to the Islands, mid declared that
upon his r. turn to WSsblimlou ho will
ask Htcriluo of Aurlciiltiire WiUon to
lake a hand In euteriullialliiR the Med-llirraii.-an
In his spee'Ch the t'oiiKre'ssnun raid
hee came to Ilitwull tij keep cool or.d
Unit he has had a great rest. He left
at T o'clock hy auto to no tliroiiRh
North Illlo. Hamakiia nod Kohala nnd
calcli the steamer for Honolulu at Ku-
REPORT WILL j
BY C. S. ALBERT.
(Kiterlil llu I let In Coucsiioiulince.)
WASIIINUTON, 1). C. Hept A
rt.firl mi limt twill' tin vennl filnl utiiil
Jens sehediile of the I'.i j ne-Ablrlch
tariff mt can he sclentlllcl.illy revised
will not be presented to Congress on
Its opeiilm; day by the Tuilff Hoard.
Neither will It lie ready during the
llrst two weeks of the session which
- kIiim D.-ceinbcr 4 The delay will' ha
longer t bit n expected, iilthough u sol
ium promise was given that the data
would be on hand when tho 'national
It Is privately admllted by members
of the Tariff Hoard that no sort of a
eomplite report can be submitted Iw
fnret I'hrlslmus and It may not be died
until lifter the holiday recess. A num.
btr of errors have been discovered
which will necessitate a reexamina
tion mid colli rtlou uf facts. This work
hi progress. In addition, sev-
Kent Tempers me wind.
Hi presciitallve William Kent uf 1,'al-
Ir.iriiln ttlut iiic.iu Miiliu 30.000 slii'i.tl.
,1()k ,,. M ,IKlllt!, )f ,0 Tar(t
Hoard right Into his arms and dis
closed every detail of his business, so
fur us It related lo the production of
wool He Is one of the few- sheep rats-
rs who dt i l.i re In favor uf free wool
sa that the natural Increase of
his Hocks and the sale of mutton will
lompfiisi.le for I Im hiss uf the protee
Hem now afToriled by the tar I IT. II Is
said lure that Mr. Kent rendered great
assistant e lo lepresentatlves of tho
'nullr Hoard In reuchlng couclusloin
u-m, riling the nilaliig of sheep
,,. ruilur of Hie Turin" Hoard In
l.tive Its rtport remit on the duln
pbdgisl h I'l esldt ul Tuft will give the)
lieinocrnts a iliance In tuuktt uiiuh pu-
llllcal Cdpllal Ah) delay Will be vvrl-
round hy Hum us liidlcallng that Ihn
" l'l' f'T avlnnillo levhlon imul
prov ii iMimbir'oiiiti uiel iwlliius,
i j e m ei
TOR THE 00V6 OP MOHOLUUI.
The II ii 1 1 1 1 n tomorrow will con.
laid an annountiineni of umiiunl In.
Isrtit l the hoyi o Honolulu,-la (he
Vildnwskt l.tyi v,lio will In li mm
PI llO'Wlnlu lomgimw. Kytiv hoy In
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