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11 J rr I imiTT I AT fi I UmVh Mr. Editob: We presume that the - .Many (?) Xo. l-Imports Uonolnln, Hawaiian Islniid., 1870. Ho. 6-Eii.orlalon or Foreign Sc ornc.l Oil & Bone.
Ill JaBtoluttnAAAZ'MlJ . TtCTWruoo.M mu ;3 .".i-r i l' UTrTW
I'BE " titer because too did not notice the annual pa- rTnotcTT. i- bot..4 ..?."-. ' ?q So . S? 3? .r"
BPEI5Q SEASON. D W FALL SEASON. I . I J-
M. HAPLEE, -,
DIRECTOR 0F THE GOVERNMENT PRESS
4
1
HONOLULU:
"WEDNESDAY, FEB. 15, 1871.
5"
- BV AUTHORITY.
tlCSSIC aj absence from llonolnla, Hon. D. Kl-
LAKSVa wM aetas Governor of Oabu.
J. 0. DomKis,
Oorernor of Oahu.
annWi IMiee. Honolulu, Feb. 13th. 1871.
O.v tho 8th inst., II. B. Commission
cr and Consul General, Mr. 'Wbderiouse,
bad an audience with His Majesty for the
pnrposc of presenting Captain Ilervcy of
IL B. IL ship Scylla. Captain Hervcy
was accompanied Tjy Lieutenants Chas,
It. Wood, Thos. B. Moody and E. Selby
Innis, Aisistarit Paymaster Thos. F. Har-
,rison and Navigating Midshipman M. S.
Ucattv.1
- J1ic party arrived promptly at 12 M.;
-when Ilis Majesty, -who was attended by
liw Minister of Foreign Affairs and
Chamberlain, received them in the Libra'
ry. After a halfhour passed in conversa
tion the party retired.
I'ubllc Spirit.
"We are pleased to sec that thcjrcniarks
in onr lait week's issue, under tho above
Lcpdlnfr, have attracted tho attention of
those vlio arc interested as mechanics, as
well aSjPthcrs whose desire is like our own
:to ..promote the public good. If it should
happen that thought may be provoked,
and action may follow those thoughts,
our " mission" will be accomplished. Nor
would wc slight, in any way, the observe
tkms made by our cotcmporary, the Ad-
vertiert in its issue of the 11th inst, al
though wc are sorry to sec a little dispo-
Mttoa to recur to epithets and a style of
writing which have hitherto been avoided
under th management of its present
proprietors. Wo pass by, therefore, those
remarks, simply saying that it is impossi
ble to sec what the " Constitution under
which wcarc bound" lias to do withitho
price of labor, or the disposition'of people
to do business in thanties4)nstead"of'rcT
Feclsb!2 and safe buildings, and a further
remark that it is not "evident that the
Ministry have a particular ring of friends
to reward," and if such should be tho
feet, it would be no particular reason why
persons offering a fair day's work for a
fair day's wage, should not tempt others
to Bixlortakc improvements; or, on the
titer hand, why persons should not un
dertake improvements for the benefit of
thctr own property, the advancement of
Uwir own business, the accommodation of
their own employees, the protection of
tlwtr own stocks, and the gratificatioir of
their own propor pride. But it is
stated that "mechanics "now in this city
can not make full time, and owing to the
cost of living arc unable to put by for a
rainy day the extra dollar," Ac., and that
too tbotigh "labor is dear and work is
plentiful. Now, wc have not taid that
work is plentiful, but we did say that
peoj4e were deterred from undertaking
oaioqtrises because labor was dear and a
fair day's work is not given for a fair
day wage So that if they can not
make full time, the difficulty lies directly
at the point that men are fearful of uudcr-
talSngJargc enterprises when they know
the work will be prolonged over an un
reasonable time, and their structures will
le unreasonably costly, and their money
remain for a long time unproductive by
reason of the delays of buildiug. It can
not be denied that if any party should
undertake the construction of a large
building, and. more especially if the Gov
ernment khould do so, other parties
would be Tory cautious, under the cir
cumstances of labor as it is in this city
to-day, how they undertook another costly
structure lest they might bo kept out of
their building for mouths, and lest they
jer.wonie3 to death by seeing two, three,
orfour men on their walls working in a
most leisnrcly manner, and availing them
selves or cverv excuse for shortening both
the cScctivcncss and time of their labor.
And again, the cost of living is spoken
of. "WTacmn does this cost of living con
sist? Not certainly in the price of the
necessaries of life; but the man who pays
from thiry-6Vt! to forty-five dollars a
thousand for lumber and four dollars for
doing a short day's work must, of neces
sity, charge more for the rent of his house
o built, than if it was put to him at a fair
'price.
It cansotDC denied that the facts
above stated, do prevent men of moderate
meant from making even small improve
rnentTt is a matter of serious considera
tion to a man whether he will erect tho
rudest kind of a structure out of unpianed
board., only sax by eight. And a very
near friend of ours was obliged to pay
tlnrty-sevcn dollars for just such a struc
ture. On complaining to a neighbor upon
wTuat lie thdeght to be a misfortune, he
was much comforted by the contemplation
of bills for over a hundred dollars for a
similar Struct ore. It is fair, "however, to
' state that the ndghbor nad'thVboarjis of
thts-etractarc "planed. The building of a
en'coopin this town, is an enterprise for
a man of moderate means, and if ho were
to build a large one and have it painted, it
tronld -rcry likely bankruptiiim.
Mr. Editor: We prejnme that the - .Many (?)
Firemen" who complained throngh tho Adver
tiser because yon did not notice the annual pa
rade in the issao' of the Uaxette of last,weck,
really felt hurt. Tbey probably thoaght lbey
had a right to bo noticed from tho fact that here
tofore not even n practise drill of any single
company has escaped a notice in the Gazette.
Now we have no hesitation in saying that we
are quite as enthusiastic and hard-working mem
bers of the FireDepsrtment as the "-many" who
were implicated in the complaint against the Ga
zette. Constant notices and cxccssivo Ian-
dalion of "the papers are beginning to tell off
some of 03: we begin to think it looks fulsome.
Our 6rgaoization is kept np by na with a zeal
and perfection of which we are somewhat proud,
and we beliere the public appreciate our readi.
ne3 to perform our duty when called opon. At
least their constant and generous support war
rants us in thinking so, and it is not at all neces
sary in ordor to gnaranteo the faithful perform
ance or our self-imposed duties that we should be
puffed every week in the newspapers. Really
Mr. Editor, we rather you wouldn't " plaster it
on too thick." Mast more fi hemes.
Remarks. Our omission to notice the an
nual parade of the Fire Department last week
was entirely inadvertent on our part. The full
attendance on parade and the fine appearance of
tho organization (except that old Hook and Lad
der Cart, which was " Bteered " by a late Chief
Engineer, and of which the public ought to be
ashamed,) convinced all who witnessed it,
of the continued zeal of the members of the va
rious companies. Those who were bo fortunate
as to call at the several company rooms and par-
uiko bl the elegant luncheons prepared for the
occasion and witness the good feeling and enjoy
ment prevailing throghout. must have been con
vinced that the members of the Department are
perfectly able to enjoy themselves quietly and
properly, as well as to combat the elements, when
necessary. ,
Custom House Statistics
HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, 1870.
PREPARED BY Y. P. ALLEN',
Collector Ceneral of Customs. .
Collector General's Office, 1
Honolulu, Feb. Sth, 1S71. J
Sir: In conformity to the requirements or tho
Civil Code, I hare the honor to inclose herewith to
your Excellency, my Annual Iteport of the transac
tion! and business of (iis Office, also the Statistical
Tables for 1S70.
ORDER Of TABLES.
Xo. 1. Imports at all tho Ports.
" 2. Cargoes valued above $10,000.
' 3. Foreign and Domestic Exports.
" 4. Domostie Exports, showing country to which
.exported.
" S. Merchant and Whaling Vessels.
" C. Exportations of foreign and domestic Oil and
Bone.
" 7. Spirits taken for consumption.
" 8. Valuo of Dutr-pajiDg and Bonded Goods. ,
" 9. Table Customs Receipts.
" 10. Value Goods imported free.
" 11. Total Value of Imports.
" 12. National Vessels at Honolulu.
" 13. Passenger Statistics.
" 14. List Hawaiian Registered Vessels.
" IS. Arrivals and Departures, where from and
where to.
Tabic No. 1 shows a decrease in onr importations,
wholly in Bonded Imports. The quite large amount
for damaged and short goods, accrued mostly in
amaged goods ex Paragaay and Conricr, from Lir-
rpool, and goods short ex Jane A. Falkenburg, from
Oregon.
Table Xo. 2 is a list of cargoes valued over $10,000,
howing the ports from which they arrived, and tho
Tcssols bringing them.
Table No. 3, although showing a decrcaso .of
22S,SGG.53 in the total of Domestic Exports as com
pared withlast year, shows an increased exportation
many of the leading producttoos, as Sugar,
Rice, Coffee, Salt, Beef, Goat-skins, Hides, Tallow,
Wool, Whale-bocc, &c. The difference in value is
ttributable to the lower invoice prico of many of the
exports, and the great difference in the Consular rates
for Oil and Bone, which rates are taken as the Cus
torn Iou;e rates.
Table Xo. 4. This Is a new Table, showing the
principal Domestio Exports, and the countries to
hich exported.
Table Xo. 5 shows that our ports wcro visited by
thirty-two more Merchant Vessels, with an increased
tonnage of 15,592 tons, than lafit year. The number
of Whaling Vessels shows larger, whilo in reality
there were fewer vessels : the difference is, in many
of the same vessels calling at two and three of oar
ports, 'and being counted in the returns of each port.
Table Xo. 6 shows a large quantity of Whale and
Sperm Oil shipped, and a larger quantity of Wale
bone. A quantity of Oil was retained to ship this
priog, whilo all the Bune was shipped during tho
Fall.
T.-iblo Xo. 7 shows an increased consumption of
Wines and Spirits of 2,932 gallons.
Table Xo. S shows an increase in duty-paying Im
ports pf $63,340.2S, and a decrease in bonded Imports
of $151,124.11. This falling off in the bonded Im
ports is mostly because there being a less number of
bale vessels in the Xorth Pacific, there was a large
.lliog off in the importations of whalemen's Stores.
and Provisions, which arc always bonded : also, as
there were a number of vessels here during the Fall
to take Oil and Bone, less quantities of them wcro
bonded than in former years.
Table Xo. 9 shows an increase in our total receipts
of $3,017.33 over last year's exhibit, an increase
of J3.215.S1 over the receipts of any previous year.
Table Xo. 10 shows a decrease of $27,594.44 in the'
Free Imports, mainly in the lower rates at which the
catchings of the Hawaiian Whalers were taken.
There is on increase f $14,011.06 in the imports of
Coals.
Table Xo. 11 shows a falling off in the Total Im
ports of $109,810.63 for the year, wholly in Bonded
and Free Imports.
Table Xo. 12 shows the different national Tcssels
that have visited Ucnolnlu daring the year.
Table Xo. 13 shows that a total of 2,495 Passengers
have- arrived and departed during the year, with an
excess of 401 arrivals. There were 1,134 Passengers
passed in transitu for San Francisco, Xew Zealand
and Australia.
Table Xo. 14 shows that 61 vessels, with a ton
nage of 10,555 25-95, are registered in this DSee : 26
merchant and whaling vessels, and 33 coasting ves
sels. There have been Registers issued to four coast
ing and one merchant vessel this year.
There have been two coasters lost during the year.
Table Xo. 15. This is a new Table, showing the
country from which, acd the conntry to which, the
merubant vessels for the year, have arrived and de
parted, together with their number and tonnage.
The Tables show on excess of $214,715.20 Sn the
value of the Exports over the Imports. Thhi, and
the steadily increasing business in this branch of your
Excellency's Department, is, I think, a source of sat
isfaction; indeed, the yearly exhibit will, I am
sure, gratify your Excellency, and that you will join
with me in lbs hope tnat this healthy state of affairs
may continue to improve from year to year.
I would take this opportunity of informing your
Excellency that my Deputy, Mr. Hassiager. baa been
a rery a3)le and eQcient helper during the whole year,
and proved himself a good officer whenever I have
been absent indeed, all the employees under me
have done well. I think it pertinent here to say that,
with the increased business, there should be a good
and efficient Statistical Clerk added to the force of
this OtSce. . -T ,- - '
--' Wttb the expression of the hopo that I.aay always
b able to Jay.beforc your. Kxecllency equally, gratify r
ing Reports, andwith the best wishes for jour future
welfare, I have the honor to he.
Sir, Tour Excellency's most oVt Servant,
W. F. Aixu.
,. . CoUctorGaeral of Ctttotu.
To His Excellency,
3. JIott Sinn,
IT. 31. lliniiltr of Finance, &e.
Alft Porter. Ber. Oder
Animals and Birds.
Bonding Materials
Clotting, llau, tunes
Crockery and Glassware...,
Drugs.....
fCoUODI...,. .
Linens..... ...
Dry Goods Silks
Woden .... ..
(.MIxtnm
Fancy Ooods, Millinery. Ac.
rub, (dry and salt). .......
Floor..
Fruits, (fresh).. .......i
Fnrnitnre .................
Fori and Ivory........ ...
Grain and FeedM.vs......
Groceries and Provisions..,
Hardware. Agricult'l Implements,
TOOls,
Iran and Steel......... ......
Jewelry, Plate, Clocks.
Lumber............. ........
Machinery.... ..............
Matches .......
Naval Stores .... ..
Oils, (Whale, Kerosene, Cocoa-
nnc, cj. ....... ...........
Opiom... T.......
Perfumery, ToDet Articles..,
'Paints and Paint Oils.... ,
Saddlery, Carriages, tc
Etiooks, Containers.... .....
Spirts. ,.,
Stationery, Books, Ac
Tea
Tin, Tinware...... ........
Tobacco, Cigars.... .........
Whalebone
Wines, fliriit)
Sundry Mdse not included in above
Stfndry Muse imported by Whalers
Mlndrj unspecmea Merchandise,,
Charces on Invoices ...
25 Per Cent, added on Uncertified
Invoices..... .....
11,599 09
I J4 BO
25,295 34 -
lStS15 35
a,WS 37
l(,es 4T
142,033 35
12,652
10,089 4
7,520 n
39,673 SS
5004 .
28,817 16
51,511 2U
1,790 a
32,899 CB
209 50
18,147
88,687 39
81,034 34
22,810 04
23.039 85
7S.6G0 92
18.880 M
4,512 20
49,130 51
15, 3 2S
7,019 C7
6,127 90
12,897 02
25,129 Co
55.391 40
24,951 CI
5,(40 04
2,188 IS
20,713 75
20 45
7,577 84
30,119 10
1,2M 62
4134 88
41,908 il
6,278 55
450 2M
6.T04 81
187 62
1,500 001
3.U70
1,308 52!
95 76
5.261 34
-595 ISl
10,644 Sffl
,8.439 3
417 om
105 OOl
2.856 65
84 W
49,905 9
2,193 1W
a,un vo
1,257 79
48,527 65
47,551 29
12 96
1,427 33!
31 56
43,703 48
43.374 SI
290 70
cor 4i
78.138 20
4,841 Zl
2,519 85
G30 00
6,703 97
700 40
11,318.870 82392,799 64
Discounts $ 9,180 36
Discounts on United States Currency.. 28,759 29
Damaged and Short 6,317 26
IMPORTS 'AT OTHER POUTS HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
filio"
TiLCl rir-
no CTT.
M,4oo
4.V (A
VltCI XX
BO!rn.
i,b01 4J
20,563 11
122 U
25,735 59
190,920 16
2L385 99
16.4S6 47
145,103 67
13,961 18
10,287 46
27,615 96
44.335 23
60,900 00
39,463 15
9,930 13
2.3J7 05
B3,004 69
3,006 15
16.2J2 82
138,592 61
83,229 44
26,417 99
27,322 60
77,948 71
1S.S80 88
4.512 20
95,664 16
03,114 54
7,049 67
5,140 88
11,294 35
25,161 22
99,099 69
45,374 61
25,248 31
6,410 04
2,1 WS 68
32,771 18
78,158 65
12,419 08
38,790 Si
1,258 (S
4,964 81
50,617 61
6,038 95
Bremen
reign a
Hawaiian
Total Spricz shipments,
56,132 tO,4
. K41
73-
3,654.
87,173)84,:
For. catch exported to U 3.',
Uaw. do do do
for. do do Bremen
(Jaw. do do do
Total Fall fhlpments
Year's shipments. .
1,239,5821
13,929
103,12f
1,443,8091
21,1U7
'.i
1.35,e3q 21.107
504,696
10,737
26,843
90,364
632.540
105,234) 632,905
IVo.r Spirits t alien. out of Bond for Consumption, -
HONOLULU.,
tr; n M
First Quarter
Second Quarter.....
Third Quarter ......
Fourth Quarter.. ...
Total..,
;.w 3
1164
UtJtO
lax
13.S4I
990
U9SU13M
23002401
1787
509K769104232 6(0,1132
243
92
29
79
7M 161
IVo.
Value of Goods Paying- Duty, Imported
at Honolulu from
11,711,670 36
44,255 90
il,CC7,41t 46
10,316 54
Total
..1,667,731 00
No. 2--Cargoes Invoiced nbovc 910,000.
DATS. S1SL
Jan'y 17... Paraguay.. ..
" 20... Nicoya.
" 24... DC Murray..
Feb'y2 ... Idaho
Marcii 10.. Comet.,
' 11.. Idaho
" 11.. KaMoL
" 2.. Sjren
30.. Ethan Allen..
April 15... Idaho... ....
" 23... Puritan
May 11. .. DC Murray..
' 20.... AJat
JuneS.,... APJordin.,.
" 11.... Mathilde.. ..
" 20.... AJix
' 23.... Ethan Allen..
July 19 ... DC Murray..
" 20.... AJax
" 30.... Comet,...,..
Aug 4 Solo....
" 11.... RW World...
" 12.. . JAFalklnh'g
" 22.... AJax
Sept 3. ... Courier
' &..... lolanl., f..-
22.... Moses Taylor.
" 29.... Ethan Allen.
Oet'rS... . RCWylle.i,
" 14 .. DCMnrray.
" 22.... Moses Taylor.
, ;' 31.. . Wm Itoteh..
Norr7.... Trident
' 8.... Josephine... .
" 10... Hercules
" 14... Ceylon .. . .
" 15... Seneca
' 15... Roman.
" 15... Julian
' 16... Cnatlehow,..
" 18... Palea
" 22... Kohola
' 25... Moses Taylor.
Dec'r 1 ... A J Pcpo.. ..
" 6 Cnt Bismarck
" 6.... Eait'e
" 6 . . Wilhelra I...
" 15... JbellehofT....
" 20 Comet
" 21... Arctic
" '21... Danl Webster
" 26.. jMoses Taylor.
British... .
American .
Hawaiian .
American .
N'orth German
American ,
North German
Hawaiian....,
American
North German
Hawaiian..
American . .
Hawaiian...
American .
Hawaiian..
British....,
Hawaiisn .,
American ..
Uawaiiau,.
American ...
Hawaiian
American ....
wncax raoM.
Liverpool.. ....
Loudon
Sao Francisco..,
Bremen..... ...
Bostou ..
San Francisco..,
Victoria, BO...
Hng Konc
San Frandsco...
Hong Kong...,
Portland. O....
San Francisco..
Liverpool.......
Boston...... ...
San FraocUco...
Bremen .
San Francisco...
Sea
Boston.,
Sea.....
Liverpool.
Sea.
San Francisco,.
Bremem
Sea
San Francisco
Sea
San Francisco
vAtrr.
4 41, wj -a
55,678 75
13,697 76
52.365 63
32,303 77
M1.M 41
52,902 10
71.713 01
11,843 83
63,001 92
15,234 13
25,758 03
41,854 80
14,870 71
10,122 61
39,416 16
34,432 90
19,822-12
" 29.218 11
17,398 69
12,679 02
15.170 68
11,915 14
51,189 59
46,629 20
41,421 08
53,676 19
33,261 30
91,116 12
29,401 07
63,191 '66
16,820 69
12,289 32
17,527 50
13,865 61
51,121 30
10,000 67
10,119 50
20.607 11
60,169 62
10,407 20
12,131.01
'60,672 W
20,172 63
3,000 ,u
17,561 22
18,370 69
lj.ua.' 4
27,112 90
16,343 02
12,794 43
41,738 07
United! Fadsc side
States 1 Atlantic side.
Oreat Britain.;...
North Oermsn Confederation
nongEong,... .... ,. ......
British Coumbi.
Anstralia and New Zealand...
Sea by Whalers
Tahiti. , r.
Islands of 'the I"adflc.........
Japan
Maiico , .,
1783,805
101,013
159,518
141,017
36,851
32.897
9,H3
1,909
1.373
907
338
161
1,269,591 65
Value of Goods,, Including Spirits,
Bonded, from
36l3ea by Whalers
9M United 1 Paclfie side
2aStates X Atlsatlc slJe ,
28 Great Britain
661N'orth German Confederation..
OSlBritish Colombia
99 Australia and New Zealand...,
17 Mexico
351 Islands of the Pacific.
OflRnssian Possessions ,
98 Tahiti
00 Japan...
llacao.. .......
Hong Kong.... ..,
. 1153,591 TO'
, 90,735 93
. 73.170 21
29,511 85
29.312 78
. 10,713 12
5,738 25
535 33
5,214 85
4,668 24
4,601 90
728 66
200 00
62 40
9428,200 74
No;70--Customs Iteceipts.
Import Duties Goods 1127,363 20
SplriU. 57,816 93
" Bonded Goods 8.00O 18
Blanks 5,611 60
Yreit. . . 1,977 60
Moraga. 4,930 33
Hospital Fund, (Passengers), 2,010 00
Mr H. Fund, (Seamen) 2,070 67
Buoys. 476 00
CSastlur ureases.... 1,301 51
Passenter " 859 00
Lichts. 821 70
Passports '. .' 405 00
Interest 393 81
Wharfage 9,131 99
sines anas orieiiures........ so ,&
Registry.,
samples. .
Lahaina...,
Hilo
Kawaihae..,
Koloa .. .
Kealakekta
113 25
1 00
ToUI, Honolulu 223,536 64
a is w
, 358 61
58 00
15 70
200
479 11
223.815 75
.. 215,793 12
Receipts for 1S69...:.
In'rrue foilS70 . 9.017 33
Uo. lO-'-Vnlne imported free of Dntr
Atdmala and Mrds 057 47
Bags and containers, retnraed.... ...... 366 50
Books, printed in Hawaiian 4,123 25
Coal J... t 21,081 58
Diplomatic RepresenUtlTes. 1,446 28
Foreign Navies 529 69
Foreign Whalers... ,. 5,735 77
Hawaiian Whalers , 140,917 51
Hawaiian Government 22,854 67
His Majesty , 5,176 47
Iron, ptato and pig. . 5,607 73
Personal k bomebold effects, old t In use. 2,279 52
Plants and seeds .-. 185 02
Sheathing metal 6,534 63
Specie 53,399 00
Sundries, by permission 800 00
Tanning materials. . ...it... 327 53
Tools of trade in use .-; 295 00
221,153 SS
Value Imported free at Hilo.... 1507 29
Value Irop'd free at Kealakekna. 29 25
Valuo Importeil'free at Koloa;; . 364 TT
901 31
222,055 19
No. Il--Kcsunie---Imports.
Value of Goods paying duties
ana
Spirits bonded
imported free
Imported at Hilo, paying duties .
" ' bonded
" " fteo
"lahaina. paying duties.
Koloa, free
Kealakekna, free
, 1,269,594 95
425,260 74
221,153 85
2,160 12
7,807 12
607 29
49 00
361 77
29 25
1.930.227 12
No. 12 National Vessels at Ilonolula.
Jl'ch
Jl'ch 2f
May 2rl
American
American
smeriean;
Jnne If Rriti-li..
June IF British...
Jens 16 British.,
Jnne 16lRritI.Ii...
No. 3"Domestic Exports, Honolulu, 1870.
Sugar, lbs
Molasses, galls....
rsddy. lbs
Wee. lbs
Coffee, lbs
fit, tons
Fungnt, lbs.. ....
Pol. bUa
Bananas, bebs
Beef, bbls
Goat Skins, pes....
Hides, pes.
Tallow, lbs
Mo, lbs.- ....
W.wl.lbs.
Whale Oil, galls....
Sperln Oil, galls...
V lialcbone, lbs...
18,783,639
. 216,662
. 535,153
. 152,068
. 415.111
4l,VOO
515
4,007
i 039
. 67,463
. 13,095
90,398
. 2X3,603
. 231,699
. 131,167
, 3,651
1U1.1II1
reannts, lbs 46,014
Cotton, lbs.
Calr Skins, pkgs 36, and
pieces
Sheep Skins pigs 162,
and pieces
Walrus Hides, pieces...
Horns and Bones, lbs...
7,596
207
2,293
152
2,533
Ivory, lbs
Sluab, Mils
Furniture, case..
Hay, tons
Grass Sod, boxes.......
Horses
Mules
(Julie...
Sheep.........
Oranges, cases 6, and...
Limes, eases 2, and. ...
Cocannts,
Arrowroot, lbs ..
Farina, lbs ...
Tapioca, 11 ,
Ginger, pkgs. ..........
Tamarinds, keg
Tomatoes, cases ....
Sngar Cane, cases......
Potatoes, bbla. .........
Sharks' Fins, boxes
Gold Fish
Preserves, cases........
Sandal Wood, bndls. .
Curiosities, pkgs
12,718
9
1
9
27
2
4
66
33,500
. 15,212
3,010
7,082
5,793
27
1
6
11
37
5
600
6
2
3
Total Value Domestic Produce exported, Including the catch
or Hawaiian tt balers 11,403,023 DO
Furnished as Supplies to Whalers, as per estimate... 33. GOO 00
alerciiantmen " uu
" " National Vewels " 30.000 00
All other Ports, all Vessels, Cargoes and Supplies, estimated. 15,000 00
1,511,125 06
Total of all Exports, Hawaiian Islands.
Valoe Foreign Goods Exported
ValaS Domestic Goals Exported
Value Domestic Goods furnished as Supplies.
... 630,517 66
... 1,403.023 06
111,400 00
2,111,912 62
No.
-Merchant Vessels and .Steamers at Ports
of the Hawaiian Islands.
Nsnox
American..
British
Hawaiian.........
North German...
Sin Salvador.....
Portucal ..... ..
Tahltian
I5snx. Octsidx.
No Tons No Tons
"73 39.860 22 19,171
25 13,083 (. 4,761
13 3.641 1 259
7 3,657 1 SOT
1 700 I LSi"
1 4,633
119,00,1131 361391519
KlTAIUAX
NojTons
1
Totals.
NolTons.
08 58.527
3117,848
111" 3.902
6,790
2,550
1,633
9S
91,218
Yi'huling Vessels at Ports of the Ilntvniinn Islands.
NAII0.V.
Auiencan.. ....
Hawaiian
Ilosoto.o.
19.166
4.36!
20,6311
6,85fl7
6
101
17
Jnne IflRrltieb.
June lflSritish.
Julr 21 American1
Ang 12jimerieanUamestown
Sent 1 American Kearsarge.
Sept 16lAmerican Saginaw. ..
et i-i uritisn... rtniguove
Nov'r SlAmerlcan St. Marys....
Dec r 8'Amencan'yacK
Name.
:Sgtnaw
Jamestown ..
Saginaw
Liverpool....
Pbnebe.,., ,
Uffey
Endymion ...
Charybdis. .
Pearl........
Saginaw.....
3 Gnnboat
Sloi.n.
S Gunboat
S Frigate.
Class.
S Ship.,
1 1 ..
AGunboatj
31 oon
3. Sloop..
3 Gnnboat
Sloop
S Gunboat
CoMMAirDKR.
to cms'
Montgomery SiearrlT
a Aruxton
Montgomery Sicard
It Adm'l Ilornbr.,
John Bylhese,..
ltoliert tllbsnn....
Edward Lacr
A M L Lrons.
Uolin 51 Ross.. ..
Montgomery Sicard
w TTrnxton.. ..
James S Thornton-
Montgomery Sicard
EU urooRs. ...
Thos 0 Harris.
Henry Glass....
Faox.
S Francisco.
Midway Is...'
.Victoria B C.
Midway Is...
Micronesia
Callao
Midway Is...
stasatlan.
3 Francisco..
CaIlao,. ..
Men 15..
(pril 30)
JuneT..
Unne23.
Saiiis.
Ang2..
Oct 29.
Sept 6.
OctJ..
Oct 10.. I
Dec 20.
DEsrEVAnox.
Midway Is..
Micronesia..
Midway Is..
Valparaiso..
Midway Is..
Callao
S Francisco..
Mldwsy Is..
Yokohama.
rrateahnano.
In Port. ...
So. 13Faasengers StatisticsArrivals and Departures, Port, or IIonol.il"'
FROM AND TO.
.-it: -
San Francisco.......
Oregon and Washington Territory.... ...... ......,,...
victoria no....,...., .-:-;
China and Japan.. ..... .
Australia and New Zealand........ ... .
Islands and Ports in the N. and 8. Pacific...;
Atlantic Torts, United States
uropean Forts.... ...'...f.
Total Arrivals for the Tear
M Departures "
xcess of Arrivals over Departures....
Passengers In
transitu.
14I81
1017
401
Il320
' TO
g
s
? ?
491 "75
16 5
7 T
78 3
44 9
297 ..
6 'f
911 "l06
From Australia and New Zealand bound to Sn Francisco..
From San Francisco bound to New Zealand and Australia.,
Adl't Chd'n
7321 52.
3361 11
781
360
No. 14 List of Hawaiian Registered Vessels.
REOISVeR CLASS. WA1IE. TO.VS.
171, old Schr Manuokawai 51 45.95
239 " K's Moi 123 91,75
207 ' Moi Reiki. 38
14, new Odd Fellow 32 93.95
22 " Steamer. Kilauca. 114 66.95
23 " Sloop Live Tankce 32 39.95
29 " Schr Kamaile 80
33 " Sloop..- MarkTakaka 6 51.95
34 " .. Kinau II 80.95
41 ?chr Sob Roy 25
49 " loop IVaimalu 21 13.95
58 " Schr..... Mary- It 76.91
62 Activo 89 8.95
63 " Prince 85 41.95
69 " Sloop Wailele- - 15 36.95
76 Schr Mary Ellen 74 80.95
79 " - Kate Lee- 129 87.95
S3 Qwana 16 40.95
85 Ilokulelc...-..-.- 33 56.95
101 " Annie 70 93.95
102 Sloop.... Fourth of July.... 7 8.95
105 " Schr Kona Packet 81 86.95
106 " Isabella 39 83.95
103 Liliu - 16 33.95
110 " Sloop Red Bird.-'- 4 5.95
113 " Schr Hattie- 50 37.95
114 ' Luka 47 93.95
115 . Warwick 23 29.95
116 .. Fairy Queen....... .63 37.95
117 Kinau 41 59.95
127 " ..... Xettie Merrill-... 105 49.95
129 " Jenny ..Z-XiZ '63 4.95
130 " ..- Keoni Ana-..-... 26 42.95
131 Pariah! 11K1S.95
133 " VTaiola i.;.-. "34 2.95
131 " Sioofj Katie- 6 53.95
135 " Schr. Laieikawai 9 86.95
136 " Ketch..-Lunalilo 92 93.95
Merchantmen, lVlinlers and Traders.
RICISTEIt CLASS. XAMC. T0.1S.
300, old Urig Kohola 270
20, new Bark .... R. V7. Wood ..... 337 39.95
32 " Kathleen.....'-:. 30JM1.95
43 Ship lolani 58640.95
41 Brig Kamehameha V- 133 41.9s
50 Bark Aretia. 425 1.95
64 Brig.....; Lahaina .' 293 72.95
70 Brig'tine Xnuanu 226 36.95
77 " Bark A. J. Pope 529 63.95
83 " -.. Manna Lo a 180 6.95
89 " ...i Bernice ... 303 43.95
92 " Schr Malolo 64 92.95
93 " Bark-... R. C. Wylie. 557 83.95
95 Driff Ore Fly 199 24.95
99 Bsrk .... Lono- 207 32.95
103 " Eagle 382 51.95
111 " Brig'tine Wm. II. Allen...-157 39.95
112 " Bark .... Count Bismarck-1453 85.95
119 " Wllhelml 163 17-95
121 " Brig Comet 255 15.95
123 " Ship... Julian............... 362 49.95
124 ' Bark Paiea. -186 62.95
125 " Brig Onward 189 23.95
126 " Bark Ka MoL. 573 54.95
12S " Florence 316 56.95
132 " CaUlina.. 309 63.95
Ships
Barks...........
Brigs
Brigantines
Steamers ...
Schooners.....'..-..,
Sloops ..........
Ketch
Total vessels..
Xo.
.... 3
....15
-.. 8 "
2
1
-.-29 .
...-o
-1
..-61
To.is.
918 89.95
5.781 31.95
1,395 83.95
333 75.95
414 66.95
1,732 60.95
105 3.95
92 93.95
10.'S55 25.95
rso,
4T:iblc of Principal Doincslic rrodsicc. 1870, uliovvInsT tlio CotiiittT to -sVlilcIt'Exportcd.
I r.bs Sugar MoUsses Lbs Taddy I Lbs Rife Lis Coffee Lbs Fnngus Tons Salt Lta Cotton Bbls Pol Bbls Beef- 0oJJ jffB,
United! Pacific Ports..: ""jl 755 1W9.2J6 " " l.l vWi " Tj5
Jf 67:139 ;;::.Ac"r
Great Britain. ...1 52.4.J 68.209 .. j
Chin, and Japan ,.f - - -a.' j;" ih 325 "i;
Guano Isl.nds JJJ . g'JJ "V -Jjf, j, u
All uther Ports k Sea Stores 4.653 1J.' 22-550 W " ; E123 '?
ToUl. 18.783.639 216.6C2 535.153 152.066 115.111 41,906 UlStf '7.596 "iti Q 67.163
necesHlde. IJlow IAsPulU IJTod Sperml WhtCTf FfM,lt' Banana. ' ' ""'E"' "- -
" 1 ' 1 ti twxea and 1 boxe and
United) Pscifle Ports 8.767 23,106 115,515 60,177 3,912 ' 3,654 10,737 42,731 3,937 3,000 ' 33,600
Sfc:z:::.::::: m . , r. vz r.::
ErlUsh Columbia .... " ''' 3,'jK
New Zealand and Australia .... . .. l,gl ,- , " 1
Great Britain ... - " ' ." '"
China and Japan ... -'e r SV S " , V". .i'." "'
Guanolsiands . """ "' '"'
All other Ports t Sea Stores .... 700 - ii: 1 111
' . - . 6 boxes and 2 boxes and
TuUl, , ia.09i 90.388 233503 234.6961 134167 3-651r 101.101 46.014 4.007 3.0001 33.500
No. 15 Arrivals of Merchant Tcssels qt Honolulu.
I r...i. a n. VorthOer4 iw ' ' I ' China, Micronesia J Russia ' Soolh Australia oi:,-
Flag. ?.C AfJS,'e vktori. msl Jfa? and and Isls. T.hitL " and" -. America and TotaL
U. Suites. U.SUtes. - - rortl Brit?'- I,1"h1w Jsraa. in faclfic. Has, row. r.ts- S. Zealand "I"'.
No. Tons NalTons No.Tons. No. Tons. No Tons. No. Tons. No. Tons. XajTont NojTons. NolTons. .Vo.rTons. NalTona. So-lTona. NqlTons.
American WU.2C 2,168 - us . . - 3 x.a ; , . . Tijooj
H - :: r . ' 15 :: :::: .? t5
Tetai'l-ll.'".".' ""nijiiialSrii ij 27431 THijjjal da.s2felal -t 52or3i 2.65irt1 4.ai'r4i2.oi ju i
Dcrartnrrs ot Merchant Vessels from Honolulu. &
T1.-., Victoria, Great Gno. Tal,U. Zt AfMMaarltJ fSSg Total
B-SL. asSL 1W 2 ,Wge- jgj . .."rfffc. .Una. Peas. Port 3f. Zealand ' Toysgs. -
! NnJlons. Na Tons. So.) Tons. Na.jTons. ScTotySlToBi. NcJro5i NojTons. s iToasl. IKt. NojTona. No-lTons. JfalToai. XOtttxi. irajToiui.
American Si Wi a7 '? : " ' J "' ' 7" u
Haw-San: 1 UC .. .. 1 87 1 3 1 1 W - .--7- ; (S Ji 1 " i f IS
BrMsh . i 1.K3 tl,f w .A 4,tsS8 1 li 5 -3B '1 -- JgJ ft fcr 'IX V'X fKM
Saa Salvador::. .. ... -. -j - ?.. . r. '.' Y."' m. "'f I
Totai.!".i sffll slsijal slilisJ i "557! sUsse s&uiil ijm 1 mi il wul 7t 4,771 ill , -,- Mttm.-i
PACKET LINES.
"3
as
-For Valparaiso's
TITE ITAWAHAiJ BARK
0. TLASSE, Master,
Will have immediate dispatch- for the above port.
-Jor freight or passaseapplyto
II. HACKTELD A COT
5 Agents.
F o r H o ng Kb ng
-Tho A 1 Clipper Bark
iHI: NABOB,
J. II. snATSTTOLL, . ... Master,
Will sail for theabove port with dispatch.
The "Nabob" being- under the American Flag,
shippers will not bo obliged to pay & war risk. For
freight or passage, apply to
4 C. BREWER A CO., Agents.
HAWAIIAN PACKET LIKE.
For San Francisco-
The Fino Packet Dark
l D. C. MURRAY, &
SVT. BKXJfKTT, .... Master,
Will ha-re Immediate Illspateri.
For freight or passage,.haTing superior aecommo
dation's for cabin and steerago passengers, apply-to
2 "WALKEK 4 ALLEN. AgenU.
Xlic rXorth Pacific. Xrantiportatlon
Compaxiy'ai
SAN FRANCISCO & HONOLULU LINL
- The Company's Splendid Steamship
.MOSES .TAYLOR.
It. S. FI.OVD, . . . Commander,
Will Iscare San Francisco
On or about .... January 15th
Wjlll aUcavo Honolulu
On or about January 26th
Freight for San Francisco will be received at the
Steamer's Warehouse, and receipts for the same,
given by tho undersigned. No cbargo for storage
or oartage. Fire Risks in Warehouse, not taken by
tht Company.
Liberal Advances Made on all Shlp
iu rn t jser Stcnnier.
Insurance guaranteed at Lower Rates than by Sail
ing Vessels. Particular care taken of Shipments of
Frnit. , , ,
All orders for Ooods to be purchased in San Iran
cisco will be received, and filled byretnrn of Steamer.
2KT Shipments from Europe and the United States,
intendod for these Islands, will be received by tho
Company in San Francisco, if consigned to them, and
be forwarded by their Steamers to Honolulu, Frkk
or CnArtOE, except actual outlay.
fl-Passengers aro requestcd.to take IhHt tickets
before 12 o'clock on the day of sailing, and to pro
cure their Passports.
l-3m H. UACKFELD & CO., AgenU.
STEAM TO AUSTRALIA & NEW ZEALAND
The California, New Zealand
i stennx racuvii.
The Splendid Steamships
WONCA WONCA,
1150 tons Stewart, Com'r,
CITY of MELBOURNE,
1300 tons T. Grainger, Com'r,
CITY OF ADELAIDE,
Will run recrolarlr between Honolulu and the above
ports, connecting at Honolulu with the North Pacific
Transportation Uo's bteamers.
A 0 SLITS AT
Hnnoi.rir.rj W. L. QUEEN,
Aucsxasd U. M. JEBVIS
STD.1ET...- II. II. HALL, TJ. S. Consul
14 3m
LEGAL NOTICES.
SUPRKME CO CRT OF ,X1S HAWAHiJ
ISL-VSDS In Batkmptev. la thsmatrvrtif ti Bnata
of F. Bernard, bankrupt,, of llonflalo'. Ia reading and Sttwc
the petition of Sanfcrd B. Dole ami Tkso. C rtsaek, Asslgwm
In Baakreprcy ef said estate, aakiac so hf f thaaccsatatr eT
said estas exaauned aad allowed by tlr Court ladttreea
selvee discharged fjroav their trust as AaslgMM ef the saU
cstala. It is ordered that TirUBSBAT, tha rh day afMarcr
A. D. ISTl.at 10 eclgck a. at. at fie Court Um la IlMcrata,
be ami thesameTierTbTara apsrSstecTa ttau aast ptsce fjc
tk hearing ef the said petition, wh aad whrr all praoa
laterested may appear aad show caasa. If any tasr bavw, wby
the said retrtioo should not be granted.
Ills further ordered, that tale order bo paMbbad ta ih
Ilswittix Gaxitti for four saecslse wtka pmlias to said
hearinr.
If. A. YfTDKSfANX
m Attest: Assoetata Jastlcw Ss prima Court.
WAivxa R. Sut, Depaty Clerk, aaa.
Ilonolnla. 11th July. 1S7L 5-K
SLTKEME COURT or Use Hawattaa Islanrtx.
In Probata. In tha natter of tha EsUla- f Uwrd
Brown of Ilonololu, deceased. Adcmnvat pcu.eUax fa b
the last WHI and Testament of tha said IVwanl Brwwa. de
ceased, having oa the 30th day ef Jaaaary, A TX, 1571. berai
preMnted to said Probata Coart. and petltioa &r tha probata
thereof, and fcr tha isnranva of Letters Tsnmstsry to Mary
Isabella Brown having been Sled by said Vary Isabella Brvvre.
It Is hereby Ordered, that FK1MT. lb SttaYetay cfVeb
rnary, A.IL 1571, at 10 rckKk A. it. of said Jay, al tha
Coart rooasof said Court, at IToaolaia, la tha lalaad at Oaha,
be, and rim same is heresy appelated IW tun fur proving;
nld Will and hearing amid appucatioa. vhea aad waera aay
persesi Interested may amar- aad riasrsasttaa'said T7U1, aad
tha granting f Letcera Testaxaaatary.
It Is fcrther Ordered, That notica tbereof be glva er paV
llcatloo, for (bar saccesalve weefca ia tha iTowcsiaa SVtfwSSs,
a newspaaer printed and pahlisbeil la JXjetolala. Aad It as
further Ordered, That rltaliesu be baaed to Is sataoiMaa;
wltneaaes to said Will, and to the bfr of tha hwtalor ra ta
Hawaiian Islands to appear and corjttst taa pvabato 9C aald
VTillat the time appelated.
n. a. yciovtxsy,
JV Attest: Justicaof Jw Sapraa Csart,
Waits B. Sxal, Deputy Cletk, Sspnas Coast.
Ilonolula, January 31, 1S71. S 4S
STEAM IN THE PACIFIC
1871 1S71
saa oojsaao5.ciAi,
PERIODICAL AND NEWS AGENCY
FOR THE NORTH PACIFIC.
H AVISO BKK71 FOR TAVKSTT TEARS
ataUiahed in this city aa Ageat lor tha leadis AaMrt
can and European
Magazines
aad
AXD.
Xf C7W5perl)rSy
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO
OF NJEW YORK.
Cash Assets, over... $41,000,000!
Cash Dirldnds In 1SCS.. . . .$3,257,137.20
The Largest Life Insurance Company
1N TILE SYOliLDl
Prclininms must lie raid ScmMn.
ntiallj- or Quarterly.
E. P. ADAMS,
14ly6 Agent for tha Hawaiian Islands.
A. W. PEIRCE & Co
OFFER. FOR SI A LB
A General Assortment of Merchandise
F0K....
Shipping and Local Requirements
COXPB1SIXO
QOTTOff and Ilcmp l)nck, from O to 10,
HEMP & MANILA CORDAGE, ALL SIZES,
HEMP AND COTTON TWINE,
Epunyora, 3Iarline. Housllne, Soiling Stuff, Cuttinr:
a- aiis, ii naio x,ine.
SIooIsjs of cilX Sizes
Patent, Iron Strapped and Bushed, 3 to 15 In.
Jib Hanks and Mast lloopt,
Sheave, lushed and patent ;
Hooks and Thimbles, Connecting Shackles
m Boat Timbers, Stcas and Sterns,
Boat Boards, Oars or ill lengths. Rowlocks,
Bashlnpt. ftfr!n. Tt... sr.n.
n - n - - ... ....., i, ,
Wrought Nails, Cat Nails, Kirels ofH sizes,
Paints, of all Kinds !
Linseed, Kerosene, Whale anASperm Oils,
Tar, Bright Varnish, Pump aTd Eir-dnf" Leather.
Copper aad Iron Tacks,
BREAD, FLOUR, BEEF AND PORK,
Preserved Heats, Pie Fruits,
. Pickles, Green Corn and Peas,
Spices, and various other Groceries.
ALSO
BRAND'S BOMB LANCES!
' l?clijce, Whaliiisr Gul .
' ? .
TaSle. Dairy, aad Coarse Sajf, from tkc
Pamloa Salt Work.
Perry Daris i. Sons' Pnln-KIllcr,
, asp . , -r
Various oiHerMerchahdise
' . CAREFULLY SELECTEb,'
Trm tbs CaUferaia, Bastera sod Sarcjoaa Xarkets.
terjdej To'"1 !"m a otier 11'd eorefolly at-
NOTICE.
Enjoying the betl Facilities far Supplying Sub
scribers ai the Lovtst Possible Cost,
Tha undersigned solicits tha caittaaanca of tha.patraaacs of
bis friends and patrons, who wt'l be served with promptaeaa
and entire satisfaction, even In Ae smallest matters.
As the steam line Is now esuoskavf,eijnneetJnj; lloaalata
with San Francisco and the Colonic, monthly .Yir rotCK.
LOyDOX AXD A CSXBUHXS ri'BUCXllOSS . a
furnished to snhscrioer
Within 10 to UO ilaya frosu tras data at pabu
eatlos. And at price that barely cover the coat of sttkaeWpssoa aad
postage thereon.
Papers DelivsrtdFree of Postaa or otier Charges
is any part of the Oruap.
Back nnmbera of the leadinc Monthlies and tTeektlas al
ways on band. UU suaaa up at short notlca'for waalemca
and travelers.
Snbscrlptlons Payable Always Irs Aarasscw.
AMERICAN NEWSPAPERS.
New York Weekly Ilerald Y- oo
" "Weekly Tribune. ..100
Weakly Times ...v. JW
" Meekly Led-er, (a story paper) J 00
The New York Weekly, (a stcry paper) SIM
ThaXew Yorklrlsh Amaticaa ... 900
The Homo Journal 3 CO
Scientific Amerlcaa ... .. ...w.-e-J. -too
'Boston Weekly Journal X GO
Boston Weekly Advertiser ... , iSo
Kvery Saturoay (illualratedtKDlhly parts) wtss. --- a
Boston Weekly True Klag 1 W
The New York Nation Ota)
The Cltlxeo anil Bound Table ... ........ SOU
New York Courier de F.laU Unia (French). .. tOS
New York Weekly Zeitunjc (Oerman)
New Yolk O Novo Moudo (fortueueae, lllnatrstail) S DO
ILLUSTRATED PAPERS. .
r-sco
SCO
Seo
SCO
tea
S 00
CO
... 14 00
...ltoo
. st
MIscollanoous Paoors.
News of the World; 12 numbers, Si cents each.. 300
Steamer Bulletin. " - i o
The Amerlcaa Acricultarlst (ooathly).. ..... ISO
Leslie's Budtjet of Fan (monthly) io
The ScieBtino'Amerkaa 400
The CountrvGentlsmaa (weekly) 30o
Bural New Yorker (weekly) 4o
Army and Navy Journal . $00
Juvenile Periodicals.
Our Yean Yolk (monthly) .... SCO
The Youth's Companloo (wsskly) la
Demoresf Young Amerlcs.(monthly) 3 CO
The Chicago Llitle Corporal (weekly) 2S0
The Boston Nursery (monthly) I SO
Merry' Mnsenm, Boston (monthly) ..." .. . 2 AO
Children's Hour (mooU.lv).... Iff. ............ 1 so
California Perlodlc&ls.
San Trancisco Weekly BuUetln (On
" Alia....... ..... ...l.-i, m
Sacramento Weekly Union . SCO
Saa Francisco Commercial XeraM ' - - -. -tarn
Weekly I-acUe ... TTTT. Too
" News Letter. sno
Overland Monthly - em
Daily AIU CaUfornu. . W
Daily Bulletla .; ! .".I T?."..Z.Zxi!a
Religious Papers.
New York Independent (Conventional orran.... . 4 to
Christian Union (II. W. Beecher's paper). u
Chicago Advai(CMKrrAtiot;..(r.........jj. Acio
Boston Conjtregatloaalist (to
New Yost Observer (fr sanitarian) - , ,7V. , f CO
IlarperTIUustraied Weekly. .
it... P
Leslie's " Weekly
" " Zeltung (Herman)
" " Chimney Oaner
" " BwlgetotZ'na .
Apptston's illustrated Joaraat tnxmthl parts J!..
Boston livery-Saturday (maathly-fiarta).... . .
Hearth and lfotne (for the CamCy and farm)
London Illustrated News .
' " Graphic ,
" Weekly Punch.
Evangelist.
" TatUt(Catbolk)
Boston Pilot (Catholic), w
. London Papers;"
London Illustrated tlews. K.'.....
" Pall Mall Gazette,, .'.
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