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on the arrtva: of the mall from London.
n . t. r.: for van months ; and In case a nrw line Is lnuru rated,
a r by new and superior boat.
will be dor al Ui pan and at Kan Pranrtaro. an allowance of two dava
between this port and Kan Francisco, la made for the aoprrlor peed of the
Pts. of the Moon for the Mosth o Kay, UTS
rutins it cart. IMMMt, mnuum,
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, ... . . .: i.r t!.e past t-n date lm' krpt u a!ni.t
.ii Sai Irat.'i. altboag t. the peried
the pap rsasivest is oter three weeks.
7Tjr bark P C M arras had a floe raa of 14 dan, bringing a
lifttt cair and f.oJlut a fall return carfo readj fur her. All
. anil aaik l aaaiti jaatarda. haTiag barn in ptrt law
; R i dara. Her retaro oarpo oooaiaU chiefly of aaaar.
TW artf Latfal Tender learee to-day with a fall cargo for
la fttlkado br nclit down tti oaaal aaaorted cargo for thai
aiaea. and earrled oat a email rretgbl fur Australia, leaeiog
H 11 A M. Moaatay.
II i. -a sailed lot Tahiti tester day taking &
1 all s-k. T harse. aad nadrtai
l..-s i.i - Js ,s A ralklnburgarrlTed at Pcs-tland A(1l ,
. . :. I r Honolulu.
Asaeag oar teli-crams w flad the f ollowing ralatlng to an
-i. " " Hand, lyregon. Ij tile free entry t4 tljr
FaUuaharg' carga af asstat 1st taal part :
v ... ' . April ih. The Secretary of the Traaanrj'.
-v an application from Portland. Orewoo, fur the
!r ratr of a rango of sugar from the raaawk-h Islands.
..(1-t thai aa Hie trtstii recently couctuiled
t. taaa-u ile llaeaUaa UoK'iiintal au 1 that of the tinted
. .. : lava pronubjratad. aurli entry cam, ! al
1 1 ii 1 1 ij i la- laaraiitted. but that parties dealriag to enter Bar
caaaaaw with beaaaflt of the treaty may protect their righta
.. . .leal attj aieal mi the um! msuuer
li as known, boweeer, that this treaty, at ratified by the
ii s ... iha: it aLali ti.it l- in; operation utitil the
.Tt It int affi-cl ahs:i iiSTa l-e'i J.aaae.l by
the Caagroos of tbe Caitod ftiaa Appropriato action of
I, 't-s.-Matiree is eliected ueit wiuter.
The abuse is an official and correct statement of tbe case
at Vtaehiagtaa aud bare. There is no possibility of any sa
ga! being admitted under the treaty until after Jan. 1, 18TD,
or about that dale.
Tbe qamartoai of sugar ia ran Francisco had ad tax red one
half cant a aaand on all grades, uuder light stocks. Heart
: . - eQning sugars were looked for from Manila,
the Brat ship hating arrltsd about the rod af April with
a sue two aiiiijin airan1'
Ta. tas-els had arritod at San Francisco from China about
thi same date Vith two million pounds of rice, which adds to
the beset supply.
bark K ik, BJ chartered at Hongkong in March to Irate
iLi- art. with cargo and pasaeugari cooalgned tc
t'ltalaa k On- rhe will be doe in all this month.
Thessli.asr acbooner Uaaard was adtertised to leate nnc
i I.. 1-1 tl .- - .(..na.iued to Messrs Af
A Acback. Witt, cargo and passengers.
For Uydnrt and Auckland, per stntr Mikado, May 10 (Kg)
Igi sugar. 44 pkgs llaia lalce. T5 Ids pulu.
For fan Francisco, per D C. Marray, May 11 3S pkgs
sperm oil. Ml bbla guano. 1 hi clothing, C1S4 .'kga sngar, 4W
hgs rice. SI pkgs curiosities, St balsa goat skins, AJU bnchs
bananas. 1 hx hats
Fi Tahiti, per brig W. n. Allen, Mat 11 M pkgs sngar.
4" Mala molaaaea. oi bullocks, 7 horses, 3d balsa hay, S cauls
rope. 2S Cs lanuora.
Pll'dl: I .
From San Francisco, per D C Murray, May S
II 1 Nolle T pkgs mdse.
Ira Rirlisedaoo 3 pkga mdee.
tiodfirt Klnales-li cs aad 1 bhl arlne.
Wilder Co-It pkga mdee. So doors. 12 pkgi blinda.
Lowers A liicksuu do doora. K. pkgi udae.
It M Whitney d c and 1 bl paper.
A I Ilartwall 1 cs mdao.
Iiillmgltam A Co 3 bti liniment, obgs asthma core.
H Hackfeld A C.a-J0 grate bars, Iron plate. I cs illk.
7. S filding-2S Mi bags.
C Brewer A Co 2 ca fiiew.cke. 3 bxs mdse. T hbls tlasamr.
2 pkga mdse. 2000 posts, 2t) bgt bran. 20U bbls lime, 100 but
Castle A Cooke 13 bis and 1 ca mdse, 100 cs coal oil.
EMles A Co 400 qr ska flour, ho hf ska fl.mr, 1S2 sks bran.
Ileort Mat aau qr sks flour. 40 hf aka flour. 110 sks bran,
22 sks gr barley, 25 sks potatoes, 16 sks wheat, 6 cs onions,
00 tins crackers, 40 cs broad. 6 cs oatmeal.
E I' Adams 230 qr sks aoor.
H Mclutyrc T cs groceories, 26 bgs poUtoea, & cs onions.
A W Poirce A Co 2 ca mdee. a,
Friel A Laine lot) qr sks flour, 77 pkgs groceries.
K Hi flmsnn 2 pkgs grinoriaa.
U C M'Lean 22 pkga mdse.
lit Ret Uuhop of llouolulu 2cs mdse.
al Kott 4 Co fl stores. 10 pigs mdse.
Chas rturr 6 pkgi mdse.
From San Francisco, per stuir Mikado. May 9036 pkgs a
11 ca merchandlar, fi bjta opium, etc , 437 pea lumber, Vcs
and 2 csk merchandise. 94 sks bran, 160 qr sks flour, 100 eks
potatoes, 10 coila cordage, sc.
Latest edTtcM from Ran Frenciaco are to May 1, by the Mi
, . a , rania fi-.ui Nrw York aud London to April 30.
Latast quotation of gold 116V
Schooner Ikol Templar arritod at fan Francisco April 29,
twenty days passage ?'om Honolulu.
Latest San Francisco quotations of island produce are as
The eager refiners bate adtaaced their prices c per lb
during tbe weak, now loA4c for Yellow Coffees and IIJ4C for
Ctasaassl aad a! ; other Whites- Bay Cube ia a tatorite arti--j
ri : la -Ua .1. arllint at ll34'le 1 a Y .rkera hate
I na aading u a suporioT article of Yellow Coffee that Is
r. . :..k c a , trait, an! there arr a.m.- consumers
ha till base New York Treble Refined Crashed, eten at tbe
1 ahaaasl eric aak4 for. The last Hawaiian Washed Sugar,
11 ing 6c daty . aoia this week at llr; all other grades of Isl-
and lirucery grades B4j10t4C. Tbe stock of these sugars ia
I. ICE The ateantabip 1 itt of fekin brought upwards of
26.J0C mats witch may be quoted at fA4larH-4c, according to
quality. Ilatrsaan 7Se.
HaU R U. ldea Age. Starr aad Golden Gate Mills, tilk
droasod, are qu tl at $6 26rt.li.60 per 196 m.
lt - I iriag lbs oust jtaat upwards of ,.'aal l-apa of
; 1 1 1 P.. - ha." been parcliaaed fot Chicago and St
- a tr sr grinj; forward by rail. In additiotl twtUi
ounte I i". bags Guatemala, etc, bare beam purchased for
I a use within tbe range of 17aklrc. Imports since Jauua-
SALM11N. Wo bare now to quote the purchase of 20,000
oases of Oregon Salmon, 14b tin, terms rsosrtod, but be
Iteted u beat or about 1 stygtl St Pr doaa.
OATS Receipts continue to come forward from Oregon ;
ffX 10092.16 V caatal.
OlN i- quotable at (l.Msajtl.uo for Yellow.
HAY may be quoted al fliagJJI. according to quality.
POTATOES of th new crop arrlre more freely, selling at
. 'M.iN S are scarce, sell lug at t&c per pound.
WojL -The roreipts ore tery hoary, and under tbe Influ
ae af ansatorable Eastern adtioes prices of ail but extra
. I. si de. I '. iltinnc the week.
NOTES OF I III Y I I K.
(ST Tbe U. S. 8blp PeDsicolt left on Monjgy
alteroooD for Hilo, and will return about June 1.
XSf A mctllug will be held in ibe Lecture Room
ol the Fort street Cburcb, immediately after tbe regu
lar cxerclaca tl.is ercalog. Tor tbe purpose of elect
ing Trustee of the third cl.
Tbe Mikado' last passage from Itonolulu to
Ban Francisco is said to hire been tbe shortest CTcr
made between Ibe two port 7 days 16 hours.
FiE Mattiso Messrs Dllllngbam Co. offer
finest contract matting it Yery low price. See d
Tcrtlsement, and then extminc tbe article.
fif Two Guano Clippers, tbe Emerald and tbe
M. Nottebobm, were to Icare 8au Francisco tbout
May 8 to 10, for tbis port, en route for Enderbury
Island. Due May 30th to 25tb.
f3f Tbe Schooner Legal Tender leaves to day
for San Francisco, and being in good sailing trim,
stands fair chance of gelling oyer before the
Murray, which wai loaded very deep. TbU may be
our last cbauec to send letters thither till the next
our of iiinoi.i l.l .
Mat 6 Am bk PCM urray . Fulhtr, 14 dstt from Ran Fran Vo .
Am bg Leg. Tender, Winding, 18 day from eon
.- h- ! I- .ka!.:. C:rk. Irom Hans
s.p Lite Yankee . Kealohauui, from V sal sea Corpo :
171 pkga sugar.
6 Schr Maaaokawoi. Kalauao, from Nawlliwili Cor
as: 4ae nkas esurar. 12 bis wool.
1 an tettow, .tiaa. rrocn rroina ana etaimea.
(iir.-a 1 601 bgs race. 262 pkga sugar, 124 bbls tal
low 61 pes bide. 2 goat skins, 2 hogs, 6 cp chick
en 4 asengcre.
-hr 1.1k. Real, from Moloae. Cbrpaj : 30 edi wood.
I.r Seine Meirill, Crane, frjm Lsliaina Otrpe :
lour bgs sugar, 6 bbls taiio. 42 pes hide. 2 horses.
vhr Mile Morris, Lems, from Molokai. (arpo : 90
shse p. tamp. 4 cs batter, 7 hgs potatoes, 2 bdls
raa. 1 ha fiaii. 1 bdl goat skins. 7 passengers.
r e-asaao. aotnoiaa. troui aanuiui. taswo.- saw
bgt .agar. 2o passeogors.
Schr Kinaa, Ahaihala, fruB Msliko. CmTfo: 610
I kg- estgar.
Hr am. r Mikado. Motw. SV, days from San Francisco.
Mmr Kilaoos. Marchant. trout u in, I ward, (ctrwo:
IS kgs and 9S. mats sugar. 27 bgs potatoes. IS pes
bubal. 6 da chicken. 16 hog. 7 roils leather, 1 hone
aad 1 carnage, and sundric.
Mat 6-Srbr Kernes. sUyaoets, for Sahului.
nschr KamailF. Bollea. ft
Schr Warwick, John Bull, for Molokai.
(9 Tbe Hawaiian Band visited It. I. O. M. S.
Arcoua, on the 5tb. lust. A number f their favor
ite airs were rendered, which met with hearty ap
plause at the hands of tbe officers, who expressed
themselves as highly pleased with tbe performance.
The young ladles of the" Gleancrt' Society,"
will give an entertainment at BufTum's boll on Fri
day evening next, consisting of music, tableaux, and
singing. The proceeds air to be devoted to Mis
1ST A school teacher in Koolau, besides train
ing the yonlhful mind, is reported as spending a
portion of his time iu showing the pupils tbe most
difficult part of the rluto,-a pretty occupation, tru
ly, for one in such t posit n.
Qcick Dispatch. Bark D. C. Murray left this
port March 29, arrived at San Francisco April 15,
discharged and took io cargo, and sailed again for
Honolulu on tbe 21st, arriving here on the 5lb.
Yesterday the again saili-d with 1 full cargo and
twenty passengers, just 43 d.iy6 since her departure
in March. Cap. Fuller does not allow the weeds
to grow on the bottom of bis craft.
Arrivals at Hawaiian Hotel:
E3 Among the passengers from Ssn Francisco
by tbe Murray, was Mr. Git Moon, who ha been
engaged to labor as a colporteur among the Chinese
In these Island.
Lift Bibind Some forty through passenger
who expected to come h tbe Mikado, were Doable
to leave on account of tbeir bagzage having failed to
come through with the mail train. There was no
lterntlve but to wall till the departure of tbe next
steamer. May 24
MrRDER in Kona, Oa the 15th of April, while a
number of natives were assembled near Kailna, and
drinking potato ram, some of Ibem got to fighting,
wbeu in outsider came in and kicked one of the fight
ers, healing and bruising bim terribly, ne died iu
a few diys. The coroner's Jury found that they
were all drunk and apparently Ignorant of what they
were about, and no one was to blame. Verily they
arc becoming civilized in Ron.
AN Ocean Wait. Au envelope was lonnd by a
native early lu April, ou the beach, on Kauai, en
closing a slip of piper, on which were the nam-: of
eight persons, viz: "David Ellsworth, VlciorJ.
Burke. G. H. Forbes, M. s Dailey, C. Mittbew, C.
W. Smith, L. M. Allen, Thomas Masterman, From
New York, on board 8. S. Arixona." There wt do
date on It, nor any latitude or longitude.
Ml'RDER AT Haviki a By a letter from Hawaii,
we learn that on tbe evening of April 23, In the dia
trict of Haroakua, Hawaii, a man by Ibe name of Ji
Ibehau beat a wijman named Haliaka, kicked aod
dragged her until she was scnseles. There were
present three or four persons, wbo appear to have
made do attempt to prevent the murder. The wom
an died during tbe night of the assault. A coroner'
lnquett was held, which found that tbe woman came
to ber death from injuries inflicted by Naibehau,
who wa arretted and locked up in YVaipio tail.
A Mossvga Srabk. The London Dmil) AVer
rays : " It will be recollected that in a lata issue we
announced the stranding of an immense shark at
Shankin . in the Isle of Wight. The skin of this huge
fish has now arrived iu London, having been pur
chased for the British Museum. The difficult opera
tion uf taking the skin off so gigantic a creature bus
been admirably carried out by Mr. Gerrard, Jr.,
whose ability in preparing skeletons for the British
Museum is well known. Its total length is 29 feet, its
circumference 15 feet at tbe largest part. Its teeth
are exceedingly small, and not the least like the large
white ivory teeth reea in sharks of museums ; they
are, on tbe contrary, very small and set with inter
spaces one from the other, and about the size of a
eat's teeth. Tbis is the basking shark soiiaus ssax
inus, rrforinitt maximiu, tqualut cfcpAas, sail-fish,
hoe-mother, or homer of Orkney, sun-fish, west coast
of Ireland. It ii not, however, to be confounded
with th sun-Cab ortAayoriscas mofa that if, the
shape of the tun. These huge sharks appear in con
siderable numbers in tbe spring along tbe north-west
eoast of Donegal and Clew Bay. The Sun-fish Bank
is probably the first shoal water made by tbe fish
coming in from tbe Atlantic. It is possible they
come there to spawn, passing the rest of their lives in
the deep waters of tbe Atlantic. Little or nothing ii
known of the habits of tbii fish, which ii probably tbe
largest among known sharks. Couch records one
taken in Cornwall measuring thirty-one feet eight
inches. It is supposed that they swallow their prey
alive. The Irish fishermen spear them fur the sake
of the oil which is to be obtained from tbeir liver.
This fish, when floating on tbe water, is frequently
taken for the whale on account of its somewhat slug,
gtsh movements. Hence it is also called the basking
shark. It is supposed that the present specimen had
lost its way, being bound probably for the west coast
of Ireland .
Frank Rledel. San Francisco
Miss II umastoo, Oakland,
N Raider line, Germany,
Ivan Henry, Boston,
Dr L G llrneberger. C s N.
Mia. K Caik. sn Francisco,
P FiUsimons, Georgia.
T L Rarker A wife, Oakland,
J L Richardson. Kahuku.
F H Khar. San Francisco,
C D Morgan San Francisco,
T Shlllsber a wf, "
Miss C Runce, New Turk,
. for hoi. and Waimaa.
Am ah Garnet. ' Hirer, for Jartis la.
Schr Aanie. Heneie, for Ntihau.
7 Schr Ileitis. Kiao, for Ntwili ili.
Schr Manuokawai. Kalauao. for Kona.
Am sti Ida Lillt. Blaachard, for Fn.l-rbnrt.
a Schr . aid Fellow. Nik, for Koto and Waimea.
schr I 'ne.es ah!, Clark, for Han.
10- Br strar Mikado. Mean, far Sydney.
Suar Kileae. Marchant. f. Windward Fort.
D .- I I'eosacota. Ad. Alms, for Hilo.
11 ng W F AUea, Schoxider, lor Tahiti.
r or i c D C Meaaav. Left San Francisco April 21st.
C LAS r a. First dav out calm and dense Tog. The next 6
ta moderate winds from NW with fine weather, hauling
lata. X and I aad settling into the trade, from EN E most ol
, the taste. T tdinodsj . Mt 6th, at I a m, made the East Pt 1
of Msar. bearing S gestae! so mile.
sUsoar o -T' MlliPO. The Australasian Steam Rati- I
AsaUaas Compute' a Royal Mail Steamer Mikado, left San j
Fruaciseossr Meat Zealand, and Australia, via Honolulu, al
t I tn no tbe 1st iuid , bating teen delayed flee days ou ac-
-"I the oon-arriral of the English mails, caused by the
brsakag, n the railroad line. Clear Golden Gate t 1 p
. !.. Vara:: neatwt b-ur.afteroarda. Had light
ars, balling winds and pleasant weather thrcagh.-at Hie
' 'ge Al 18 . m ou the 9th sighted the Island of Maui:
J race tod pitat aa beard, aad at 10 p m made last to
whorl al Hnohsla. R- T. Gaaaaa. Parser.
Personal. Among the passengers by the Mikado
wc note the arrival of Mr. T. Shillabcr, wbo resided
here from 1S43 to 1849, and was actively engaged In
mercantile pursnits. Indeed few men have done
more for Honolulu thin he. For the past iwetity
six years be hi resided in California, and come to
pcud a few weeks In hi early home.
Vert Hcnort. Tbe Fountain Restaura-it, kept
by J. W. Crowell, was broken Into again, on list
Wednesday night. Tbe tblef succeeded in obtain
ing t free lunch, and walked off with some boxes of
cigars, to while away his leisure hours. Tbl bur
glary, following closely on the heels of the forcing
ot Dillingham & Co's store, and the robbery of a
ChiDCse shop on Nnuano street, from which some
fifty dollar were abstracted on the evening of the
5th inst., show plainly that tbe thieves are growing
Plantation Sale. We learn that the Kaiwiki
plantation at Hilo has been sold to the Hitchcock
Brothers of that place for 115,000. Both tbssc gen
tlemen have had much experience in plantation mat
ter and are fully qualifled for the business they have
undertaken. Being industrious and bard-workiug
men, If any can make this plantation pay, tbey
can. Its late owner, Mr. litrris. Das souk nearly
if not quite $100,000 on it, and bad he held on to bis
estate he might soon have seen a turn In hi favor.
Henrt Christiansen wa arrested on Thursday
last, charged with keeping a house of Ill-repute. It
will be remembered by oar readers, that this same
individual was arrested some few months ago, and
fined 75, on a similar charge. A number of tbe
frequenter ol the bouse were examined, whose tes
timony elicited a most disgusting reciul of fcts,
that It ws impossible to deny. The J udge. In pass
ing sentence, warned other who were engaged in
tbis traffic, that It detected, they should suffer the
extreme penalty ol the law. Christiinsi u was fined
From Ssa Frauciseo. par D C Murray. May 6 Mr and Mrs
T L Barker, Miss Hummsttuo. Mr G F Barker. F Stemluger.
AhClasoag. Ah Hag. Ah tmrnf.
Ir ai San treel o-e same Mikado. Mat -Mlss Lake
NiB aata IJOOO, SV al Sira emuaoee. ssr saiar-
. Mr Lowenberg. 111 B snarp, ana
rts W io j ward Fort, per stair KlUuea, May v-Thelr
asjamin tbe Ksug aad Oast. Htm Beck ley. Mr Boyd. Miss
ReKjlu Lisas. Mr. Self, Must BlaisdelL S Van Clete, Mrs
t Wood a d TO ck.
, I ' W indward Poets, per star Kllaaea, May 10 Mrs S G
u II k Macfarhuse. Mrs Felbebr. Mrs Hall. W C Parks.
J V Br rent, B gchesBor. Mr A Ik eat. Mrs Make. Miss K
W Ider E lldee. S G Wilder, jr. Mrs Sex ranee, DrEadets, F
V - iamaka-S;. deck.
For So y aarieco. per D. C. Murray. May 11 H B Hyde,
1' n llar.r ah.. OsSamaaa Dr Fitralmniona.
' B sbarpa. J Moore, C A Peterson. Mrs Alexander ichil
orer.. Him Awtaaaier. caua'l Morris, Mrs Stewart A child,
Eckart 0 Barter, J P Cooke, Miss Toomey, Mr
Prcssian Drill. On Fridiy list the crew of the
North German Corvette Arcona gave an exhibition
of military drill practice on the Esplanade, In the
presence or His Royal Highness Prince Leleiohokn,
Governor Domini, and a large number of ladieaand
gentlemen. The evolutions of the soldiers differed
from the usuil American and Eng-Usb practice, and
every one was struck with tbe skill and rapidity
with which tbey were execoted. For Instance, tbe
change of front, by turning on the heel, and Dot by
stops, wa so Instantaneous and so quiet and
perfect a to give the Idea of micblDery or automaton
work. Then the manner of charging is novel and
drew out tbe applause of tbe spectators. Tbe rapid
swinging of tbe arm, while marching Was very per
fect, and is a movement whicb we have never wit.
nes fed executed id tbe way it was dooe here. That
It mutt afford relief even to the arm that carries the
musket is certain. Altogether this drill wa tbe
most novel sight that ha been witnessed here for
many a day, and shows that tbe Prussian svstem.is
as near perfection as any can be.
Testerday afternoon, another drill exereie waa
given near Thomas Square Id presence of Hi Ma
iestyand numerous spectators. Oo this occasion the
cTolntions and moTenjent of the troop were eten
more Yiried, skillful and perfect than at tbe pre
vious exhibition. The sham battle, showing the
manouvresaod firing in actual battle, wis something
probably never before seen here. Tbe artillery prac
tice could hardly be tnrpsVABetL
Two Weeks Later Foreign News.
Tbe Steamship Mikado arrived about 10 o'clock n
Suoday night, having been delaved fire days at 8nn
Frmneieco, awaiting tbe arrival of the London Ma. It
which were detained hj fresheU and broken bridges
on the g-nmmit of the K Mountains.
The Democratic majoritjr over tbe llcpublican vote
in Connecticut waa 9,j7p a Trj large gain on that of
the previous year.
Attorney General Williams has tendered to the
President his resignation, to take effect May 15th.
His intimate friends say he intends to return to Oregon
and ran for I'nitcd States Senaor.
Bark Edwin S. Kingman, from Uowland's Island,
for Liverpool, was abandoned at sea in a sinking con
dition. The crew was rescued by tbe ship Carricki
brook Castle, and landed at Queens town April 21.
The New Tork Graphic' correspondent ssys the
President is not a candidate for re-election for a third
term, and never has been, snd never gave any one
reason to suppose that be wished to be.
Cold weather prevails throughout the West, and the
fruit crops Live suffered much. It is not supposed
that the grain crop has been much iojured.
The subject of freights and passenger fares between
tbe Pacific Mail Steamship Company and the Panama
Railroad Company has been considered and settled.
The contract was completed April 23d. and is sub
ject to change or abrogation on either side by thirty
Planters about Memphis are losing mueh in horses
and cattle from tbe ravages of buffalo gnats. Within
ten days $100,000 worth of stock has been killed with
in a radius of one hundred tntlei by these pests of the
Tbe Ileechcr Trial.
Tbe searching cross-examination of General Tracy
was closed yesterday April 30th. Evarts then an
nounced that the defence rested their case. Beach
rose and said it was due to the plaintiff's side to state
that they made no objection to the other side pro
ducing Mrs. Tilton is a witness, and would waive all
objections, interpose no barriers to it, although she
was an incompetent witness under tbe statute.
Evarts replied that it had never been a serious ques
tion whether Mrs. Tilton would be a witness, as they
knew she was against it. If Mrs. Tilton could at
any time hare been admitted there were graver ques
tions to be considered, and if his client needed any
further evidence it would be his duty to adduce that
evidence. They hadn't been brought to any point in
which they were led to consider the force of tbe evi"
deuce. Beach said that in his view of tbe policy of
the law, counsel was mistaken in the intent of the
law, and the propriety of allowing a wife to defend
herself. It was not a policy of the law to forbid that
adverse position, but he only mentioned tbis matter
so that if eounsel desired to produce this lady they
were aft perfect liberty to do so. Evarts said he did
not believe the consent of counsel in opposition to
the law made a wife a competent witness. Judge
XeilsoD said there was no question about the allow
ability of the other side to offer this lady aj a wit
ness. It would be a trying position for her, and, on
the whole, he was glad the lady was not offered as a
Prealdent Grant In Boeton.
The President and Mrs. Grant, with members of
the Cabinet, arrived at New Tork April 15, and left
next day for Boston. Tbe Committee of the Massa
chusetts Legislature met the President's party there,
and e-seortcd them on. President Grist and suite ar
rived io Boston Friday evening. An immense crowd
assembled aft the depot, buft bevond fthe utnal surging
and gating of the crowd, no demonstration was made.
The party entered open carriages, and were escorted
by a squad of police. The proce-ssion moved to the
Revere House. Dense crowds lined the sidewalks,
and the broad square which the hotel faces was dense
ly packed. There waa some cheering. Governor
Gaston was in waiting, and formally received and wel
comed the President and party.
The President Saturday morning gave a private
reception, receiving citisens generally. At noon the
Presidential party were driven to tbe State House.
Passing through a file of cadets, the company entered
the building and were ushered into tbe Executive
Chamber and presented to Governor Gaston, members
of the Council and Sftafte officials, from whence they
proceeded to the Senate Chamber, where the President
was formally introduced, and from there the party en
tered the House of Representatives, where a similar
introduction was made.
Tlae Raids In Texas.
Cbicaso, April 28th. A Washington dispatch
ay : The principal subject of discussion at the Cabi
net meeting to-day, was the situation on the Mexican
border. The official reports as to the raiding parties
war f ana ally areeutud and considered. They con
sisted of the reports received by the Postmaster-General
from the postmasters who have been molested, and
of tbe reports of the army officers. These documents
substantiated most of tbe dispatches froaa theMcxican
border. The Postmaster-General showed that several
of his officers hare been killed. The Secretary of
State manifested some restireness at the raids. It is
understood that the Mexican Government has dis
claimed all responsibility f.-r these incursions. It ts
evident that if these raids are to continue on the
bonier, the mail services will of neeeasity be discon
tinued. No formal conclusion was reached, but it is
generally understood that a note of protest would
soon be prepared to be presented to the Mexican
Government, as a preliminary to tha preparation of
a formal note. Mr. Jewell is arranging for tbe Presi
dent all the correspondence of the Post-Offioe Depart
ment on this subject.
Pardon OflVred In Cnbeu
IIataka, April 2Sth. Captain General Valmazeda
has issued a proclamation offering a pardon to rebels
who surrender before May 13. 1675. Tbe pardon is
unconditional for all except deserters from tbeSpanish
forces, who will be vaneuard of the army natil the
end of tbe war. The proclamation declares that enough
loyal bayonets remain in Spain to make those Spanish
soldiers bile the dust who continue in close union
with insurgents, shedding the blood of their former
comrades aad brothers.
The Overland Railroad Breast.
Omaha, April 28th. At half-paat 1 o'cloek this
afternoon the last break in the Union Pacific Railroad
was closed near Green river, and all the trains waiting
at that point passed over tbe new bridges east and
west. Two emigrant trains, which left Omaha on
Sunday with over 1,000 passengers, have gone through
without transferring ; also, the express trains leaving
here on Monday noon. There is now no interruption
to the regular movement of trains between Omaha
and San Francisco.
At London. April 2Stb, tbe Prince of Wales was
installed Grand Master of the United Grand Lodge
of Masons, at Royal Albert Hall, in prescnoe of a
In tbe British House of Commons, Friday night,
there was an acrimonious debate on the question of
summoning to the bar the publishers of the Timet
and JraaM for a breach of privilege for publishing
documents in the hands uf select committees on
foreign loans. Disraeli moved 5. resolution that a
select committee be instructed to investigate the affair,
and report how the press obtained the documents.
This resolution was carried, and the order summon
ing tbo publishers revoked.
A party of three persons ascended in tbe balloon
Zenith, recently in Paris, for the purpose of mak
ing scientific observations. The balloon attained the
extraordinary bight of 8,000 metres (over 20,000 feet).
Two of tbe aeronauts were suffocated to death, and
when the balloon reached the ground the third was
almost insensible, and has since been so ill that his
recovery is doubtful.
The Ilonse of Commons and the Tlchbome Case.
Lokdos, April 23d. The motion of Dr. Kenealy,
impugning the verdict of tbe jury in the Tichburne
trial, is tu be taken up this afternoon in the House of
Commons. A large crowd, fast increasing, has al
ready assembled about Parliament House. Trouble
is apprcheuded, and hundreds of extia policemen
have been stationed around the building. Dr.
Kenealy arrived at Parliament House at 4 p. m., and
wasgreeted with great cheerirg.
Lo.hpjx, April 23d. In the Commons this evening
Sullivan said he had been assured by the Marquis of
Hartington that a resolution would soon be introduced
regulating tbe position of reporters for the press
in tbe House. In view of tbis promise he said he
wonld not carry ont his intention of calling attention
to the presence of strangers. This was a great relief
to tbe spectators, wbo bad crowded the gallery in ex
pectation of an exciting debate iu tbo Tichborne rase.
After tbe transaction of some unimportant business
Kenealy rose, and moved that a Royal Commis
sion be appointed to investigate the circumstances
attending tbe Tichborne trials. In a powerful speech
in support of his resolution, he alluded to the grow
ing disaffection at the result of the trials and tbe
manner in which they had been conducted by tbe
bench. Nothing short of a Royal Commission of in
quiry would content the people of England, who were
convinced that justice bad not been done. He stated
that he had received many letters from Americans to
the same effect. The discontent had grown into a
torrent, which was pouring over the land. The late
Ministry partly owed its downfall to its conduct in
regard to the Tichborne case. Ho asserted that be
had posi.ive proof that Chief Justice Sir Alexander
Cockburn, in society, while tbe trial was in progress,
said he would give the claimant fifteen years' impris
onment. lie spoke severely of the Pittendrcigh forgeries,
and stated tbe claimant was unable to call more wit
ness for lack of funds. Penalties for contempt have
been directed against one side only. Tbe witnesses
were browbeaten, and partiality of tbe Bench was
patent throughout the proceedhg. Kenealy declared
he bad sacrificed himself to his sense of honor and
duty, and had been irretrievably ruined in bis pro
fession. He believed the motion before the house
will never be renewed in its present form. It was im
possible to predict tbe result if the Commission should
be refused. The defeat of the motion would spread
dismay in the country. He spoke three hours and
was followed by Whalley, who seconded the motion .
The motion in tbe Honse of Commons of Dr.
Kenealy impugning the verdict of tbe jury in the
Tichborne case, which came up yesterday, created
much excitement and drew a large crowd. Extra
police were stationed around the building. The doc
tor made a motion fo; the appointment of a Royal
Commission to investigate the case, and made a pow
erful speech in its behalf. After much discussion the
motion was lost by a vote of 433 to 1.
Brubsbls, April 22 Tbe examination into the
alleged Ducbesene conspiracy against Bismarck be
gan to-day. The prisoner Duchesene thrice refuied
to give the names of his accomplices.
An arrangement has been made between tbe lead
ers of the Liberal party in Belgium and Bismark
The latter, by the application of diplomatic pressure,
undertakes to bring about the downfall of the clerical
Ministry. The Liberals then, returning to power,
are to make laws to suppress tbe publication of views
unfavorable to the German ecclesiastical policy. The
Liberals would also introduce compulsory military
service and establish new fortifications. Consequent
ly Liberal Belgian papers support the latest demand
of the German Cabinet, insisting on the overthrow of
tbe clerical Government. This means the Prussian
ixing of Belgium.
The Prtttt says Emperor William has written a
letter to King Victor Emanuel, expressing his grati
fication at the recent interview between tbe latter and
the Emperor of Austria at Venice. The German
Emperor also speaks in affectionate terms of Emperor
Francis Joseph, and expresses a hope that tbe inter
view will strengthen the friendship between Austria
The Government bill, withdrawing State grants
from Catholic bishops, passed 10 its seeood reading
in tbe Prussian Chamber of Deputies to-day.
Loxdoh. April 30th. A terrible disaster occutred
to-day at a colliery in Talk-of-the-hill, in Stafford
shire, by an explosion of coal gas. Thirty miners
were killed, and some seriously wounded.
Tbe 1000 guineas stakes came on for decision at
New Market to-day, and as usual brought out a field
of the best three-year-old fillies of the year. Tbe fa
vorite was Lord Duphlin's brown filly "Peree who
was thought so well of that six to five in ber favor
was obtained before thestart. Her performance, how
ever, did not realise the anticipations of her backers,
for the raee was won quite easily by Lord Falmouth's
"Sptoaway," a comparative outsider in betting, who
was rated at 12 to 1, and who defeated fthe favorite by
fully two lengths. Lord Harrington's filly "Chapiet,"
late "Madonua," against whom 6 to 1 was laid, took
the second place, "Tantina" the fourth, "Reoee" the
fifth, and "Musket" sixth.
In the House of Commons last evening. Sir Michael
H. Beach, Chief Secretary fur Ireland, said arrange-
meoU(havebeen made to prevent any interference with
the American rifleman, and they would bare no rea
son to complain of the operation of the law relating
to bearing arms, or any other law.
Belgium Answera Germany's ITote.
BarssKLa, April 30th Belgium sent an answer to
day to Germany's last note. Count Aspereot Lyndeo,
Minister of Foreign Affairs, will make an explanation
in regard to the correspondence ia the Chamber of the
Assembly next week.
Monnaterlrs In Germany to be Abollaltved.
Berlix, April 30th. Emperor William has signed
tbe bill for the abolition of all monasteries in Germa
ny. This action is duo to the influenoe of Prinoe Bls
marck, who threatened to resign unless the bill be
came a law.
Germany, Belgium and Roman Catholic.
London, April 3Uftb. A dispatch to tbe Dnily
Telegraph from Berlin says the Prussian Govern
ment intends to ignore the letter of sympathy ad
dressed by the Roman Catholic Bishops of Great
Britain to those in Germany.
A Time special from Berlin reports that the Bel
gian Miuister of Justice made an explicit statement
that tbe Belgian Court was incompetent to take up
the proceedings against Duchesne, and tbis statement
has been transmitted.
Tbe Berlin (iorernment Committee of the Prussian
diet have prepared a bill declaring Old Catholics enti
tled to a share of tbe Roman Catholie Church ceme
teries and revenues proportionate to tbeir numbers as
compared with other Catholics.
By Fa. P. ADAMS.
Regular Cash Sale !
ON THUBSDAY, - - MAY 13th,
At half -paat A. M- aiStUca attests.
NEW A I) V E RT 1 S E M K X TS.
FANCY GOODS, &c.
F : Print!, llnsllas, Cinta Drills.
Drotrn CoUobi, While CoUani, Marino,
Victoria Lawm. Silk Uandkarokrii,
Hemmed Liaen naatUert-Mafi.
Harvard Shirti, Fancy Flannel Ovinhirti,
W o ol Slxawlsl
Turkish Towels for Bithinf,
Blankets. Whits Shirti. Anoikaag Denims,
Amoskaag Stripes. Cation Drill. Brilliants.
Fine Tweed Suits, Bed Qailti,
Merino and Cotton Undirshirti,
Felt and Straw Hats, Ladies' Hose,
Men's Soeks, Bridles and Bits.
Traveling Bags, Etc., Etc., Eta.
Best Brands Kerosene, Card Matches,
Yeast Powder, Sardines,
Soda Crackers, Clothes Pins. Hams,
Bacon, Caodlei. Pickles, Tobacco,
Cigars, Fine Tea, Ojrsteri,
BROWN SUGAR, Etc., Etc.
-At HMlfapaat 13 O'clock
The Flagstaff at the German Club.
One 2-wheeled Dray.
E. P. ADAMS, Auctioneer.
Mil l. IAT TP MAY ITtk, FOR REPAIRS.
The Ao-ent expects to iret the Mteamer rea It by May 21.
in uuie Tor trip to nwillwilL
It H.VM'L O. WlMiEK. Agent
. II. HI I t IK IM K.
Illlit. Hawaii. 5.TS-1.V
A SMALL LOT OF SUPERIOR
Ex Late Arrivals.
For Sale by
53d .1m M. S. ORI.VBAUM 4 CO.
12 (lobhleri from 8
to So months old,
22 Io 10 tm each,
for sale now.
Hens 14 to
40 to SO pounds
per pair at ma
GAME3, BEAHMAS, I2QH0RNS, H0UDANS
Kit It, fronti. pure, true to name ; well-par It rl
au aa to hutch iilti i- arrival.
For Illustrated circular and Frtce-Ust, address
M. EYRK, Napa, Cat, U. S. A.
Please state where you saw this adtertlsement.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO.
The A. 8. If, Co.'s Fine Steamship
"CITY OF MFXBOURNE,"
CAPT. J. W. BROWJT.
WILL SAIL for SAN FEANCISC0
On or nboot .May 9&th,
All freight Intended fur shipment per Steamers either to
San Knuctaco or tbe Colonies will be received In the
Skamer Warehouse Free uf Mtmjce.
Tbe Agenta will gtrm a Warehooae-Recf Ipt for all Mer
chandise but will not be responsible fur loss by fire.
if For Freight and PitMage, or any furtlier Infer
matiou, apply to
w C. BBKWKEttCO.. Agent.
For Sydney, N. S. W.
The A. S, . Co's Fine Steamship
T. WOODS, KIMMIMH.II,
WILL SAIL for SYDNEY, N. S. W.
On or aboat Jaie 3d.
All freight Intended for Shipment per 8 teamen either to
Han Franrlsro or the Colonies will be received In the
Steamer Warehouse Free of Ntorove.
The Afffnts will ijlve a Wah(oje-Keripl for all Mer
chnadise, but will not be responsible for has by tire.
e ri- For Frrltflit ami Iamtre, to Sydney, New
Zealand and Melbourne, appir to
5-1 a I1KKWF.R To., Agents
MILCH COWS OF PUUNUI DAIRY
Horses, Mules, &c.
ON SATURDAY, MAY 29,
At 13 o'clock Xm, at stale Kooui,
If not previously tllsposeil ot at private sale, will be sold,
200 HEAD ttlLCH COW.1 with their ( VI. V l.s
MILK tnNTilM.P Ac, Ac.
The cowl will be put up In lota of 90.
E. P. ADAMS. Auctioneer.
OAHU PACKET !
For Waialua and Koolauloa!
THE CLIPPER SLOOP
WILL HAVE REGULAR DISPATCH,
On and after Monday, March 8tb.
CALLING, AT THE PORTS OF
Freights and Passage at the Lowest Pos
680 3m J, I. DO W SETT.
B. H. Lyons' Compound
FOB THE WORST
CHRONIC OR RECENT DISEASES.
Rheumatism, Neuralgia, Sorei, Dloers, Eruptions,
Skin Diseases, Femilelrregularitiei anil Gen
eral Debility, Asthma, Diseases of the
Throat, Liter and Kidney,,
PURIFYING THE BLOOD !
By giving Health and Tone to the OaJtrin Juicei'
Music, Tableaux and Recitations!
WILL BF. IVES BY THE TOrSd LA.
DIES of tbe MISSIONARY GLEANERS SO
CIETY at Baffum Hall, ou tbe
EVENING OF FRIDAY. MAY 14th !
Tbe proceeds are to be need in forming a fund for tbe
further operation of the Society.
Doors open at Seven O'clock, Enu-rtalnment to begin at
saaVssaal Nfi r..
TlfKETM-niTT-CEjrr, For Sal at Wblaeya,
Thrum s ad Otokaoa's Art Gallery. IsaVSI
El J TML A. I L E !
HOI, I. IS. M ASTER-
Will have revolar rtUpetch for the above named Forts,
no and after the 5th of November next, on til further notice,
Freight and Passage taken at the Lowest Rates.
512 BOLLEH A CO., AfenU.
m V II r.Ri: is. IT HAA ro wf to the Knowl-
etlge of tbe andemtgne.1 that certain parties T
ti Known, have mallcwnij circulated a report, to tbe
effect that tbe Schooner Km ma He advertised as a re
gular packet between Uooolalu and the porta of KoIoa
and w aimea, Kauai, haboat to dlranUnue her regu
lar trips to tbe Above named ports ; now we desire that It
be distinctly understood, tiUat the said tJcbooner la under a
contract with the Koloa PLmtatioa to run regularly for the
term of one year from the first NoTember. 1974. and that
she will accordingly continue to run to the Ports of Kolo
and Waimea, as advertised, barring; arriiifota
We hereby cauttoo tbe authors of the above re porta, that
they will be held responsible fur all loss or damage result
ing In consequence of such false representations made by
&44 BOLLES A Co., Agents.
See Directions for Using
B. n. LYONS' FLUID COMPOUND
DILLINGHAM k Co., Agents.
M VIII II IN r. I t I I 1 1VII.K.
3F" o r
it e men !
THE A 1 HAWAIIAN
Bark 'KA MOI,'
Will Sail for the above Port about Kay 10.
. Half Io
U. HACKFELD A CO., AfCSts.
For Freight or
XT M !
BOOKS A STATIONERY
The Basis of Our Business.
FIRST. To Maaafar t arc alt inch Bonks sad ."ta
Uoaerr as eaa be aaae her as well as sssewben, a
thereby direct! j benefit oar nulls,,! aad oenalva.
IICOSDT Bar aad BU Books aad Station
err sir aa tu make it to Ik interest of dsaler aad consum
ers to con to as la preisrsnc to sending East.
- We saanoCsctar sad import ererr description of 81a
tioaerr, carrying lugs stocks of Paper, Kntelope aad blank
Book, of oar ovn mannfctare. Inks, 81!, etc.
AS5- Crt.r 1,500 tristies of Blink forms kept ia BtocA.
A. L. BANCROFT A CO.,
136-1 y Baa stoea.ro, Cal.
Polar and Sperm Oil,
1ST QrAXrlTOEa TO Jl-sT.-ForSaleby
tit BOLLiH A DO.
May 21 Wetlneaday.S pm...KawtllaIIL
May 11 Monday t pin Hilo Vannakaltll both wayl
Jane 7 Monday 1 pm HHo.
Jane It Monday 5 pm.. .Circuit of HasralL
Jane 21 Monday 1 ptn-.-HUo Kaonkkal both wayl
Jnne 30 Wednesday.! pm... Circuit of Kauai.
aT When there are DO cattle to land at Maalaea Bay,
an elTbrt will be made to reach Honolulu hauarday r. at.
asr On Down Trip the steamer will not leave Makena
until 7 am. or later ; aad Msaleia Bay until 9 am. or later.
Rnlea of Passage will be)
To or from Kaonakakal, Molokai..
To or from lahaina, Maul...
To or from Maalaen. kaaol
To or from Makena, Maui.
To or from Mabukona, Hawaii a
To or from Kawaibae, Hawaii . .
Tp or from Kailua. Hawaii
Tn or from Kaawaloa, Hawaii ...
To or from Hilo. Hawaii
To or from Kau Coast, Hawaii
Circuit of Hawaii, Bound Trip
To or from any Port on Kauai
Circuit of Kauai, Bound Trip-....
Deck primage for natives only
sT X Credit far fa swage Moary.
Tickets al Use aMste easily.
Ho berth will be -onsMered aa taken until paid for. Hot
responsible for unmarked nils 1 1 or lay Freight or Par
cels aniens receipted far.
Freight Money Ou an Demand.
HAMCXL Q. WILDER. Agent
Olsc with Wilder A Co., corner of (tort A Uaeeo Minn
By C. S. BARTOW.
ON WEDNESDAY. - MAY 12th,
Al 1 a'ctock A. I
Will ka See
Prints, Denims, Loag ("loth.
White, Brown aad Bio Cottons,
Nainsook. ToweliDJ. Cloth. Ttrtiaf.
Hals, Moots, Shoes aad Itesiary,
Revolver,. Skew Case. Biaghaa BaekaU,
Lampi, Clowki. Clean.
At 13 O rlock, X
Under Instruction of Assign of Bankrupt
I. H. HARRISON,
Centra Tiki. Parlor Chairs, Safe,
Whatnot. Mirror,, Cloek, China Y.sei,
Sawing Maekine. I Hold Ring,
Amsncan ntaaafe tjilvar W.tch.
Saddle and Bridle.
C. S. BARTOW, Auctioneer.
ON ACCOUNT of Whom it may
win be sold at PabUc Auction,
On WEDNESDAY, - - May 12th,
AT TWKLVE O'CLOCK. M
II In a diamond'. No. 1717, Oa bale
Landed on th flth of Ms;, 1 875, ax Legal Tender,
from Sta Francisco.
C. 8. BARTOW, A : r.
ON THURSDAY. - - - MAY 20th,
At 10 A. X., al aalrarcaoni. will sMMld.
A varied assortment of
And other Merchandise.
C. S. BARTOW. Auctioneer.
THE I Mil.Ksn. l l it v t 1 ti. faCE.W. ' i-flrmi-d
under the Win by the Hon. A Fornanner,
Circuit Judge of Maul, as Kxeculora of the Katate of
HK.NKY i HIT. late of Makawao, deceaaed, ru.uet all
person Inda-bled to the aaud Kta to uuskc Imoiaallata.
payment, and ail who tutvo ny claims aanalnas the saaaa,
to present them with vouchers to the undersigned within
six. months from date, or they will he forever barrad.
in.-riH aa . u.r.nr.ui, ,
t'lIAKLKM COPP, Jr.,
Mkwo, March Zsth, la;j.
Good for Chicken Feed, Ac, c
Kakaako Salt, per Bag or Ton.
FIREWOOD, of the Best Quality
Cut up If required-
J AJ. . DOWHETT,
U2 tin Cornsr Queen and Fort 'ttraefc.
NU8S EY A PILLING,
PAKK WORKS, LEEDS.
THE LITTLE STRANGER, 3.3t.
THE IMPROVED LITTLE STRANGER !
iiAaVaV LOCK STITCH (SUVTTL)
' THE NUS9ET k PILLINO"
NEW FAMILY SILENT SEWING MACHINE,
(SHCTTLB) 7 IO.
The NOISELESS TUDOR,
FOR TAIlOJIJyO AXD MA V V FA CTl 'RIXQ
(SHUTTLE) S8 10.
Wheeler ft Wilson's Machines.
Merchants and Shipper! supplied."
LonDoa Offici :
C. S. WILSON, ID VALCOV ggUARI.
LONDON, E. C, ENGLAND.
pf Uttm. NtlSSET A PILLINO uadertak th
Purchase for Foreign Bayers, of all class, of British
Mad Eiaixii, Micaiuiar, Haaowsai, Woollis
ud Soft Qoodi. MM;
SIZR8 FROM 5-S TO 1 5
Chain ia quaatities to suit.
For sal by
BOLL EH , CO.
ASSORTED SIZES. PCT UP IN CARTOONS,
and warranted th gnin article.
For sale by ) BOLLES A CO.
STOCKHOLM PITCH IN UBLS AND HF. BBLS.
Wilmiagtoa Pilch in bbls. Foe sal by
a B'lLI.ES A CO.
From Boston Direct !
r Awinrt cotton dccm-m. to
Wa mkijii m.
f atting k Co's Celebrate! Factory,
sf I ASKS HOCK TI BTIX SOI P,
ty i us,, nonet lu.f.
Caae BoOset Mutton,
Case Bout Veal,
BuLUK A CO
American Mess Beef, in Bond.
sMMasW A OO.
A Hal A I.I. LOT for sale by
io n re-
Best Quality Ash Oars,
For tale by
BOLLES A CO.
f-iAAKft Fitnit, run.
l (Je 'snlsw.
( ae. Grape.
HUB A CO
CASKS COAL TAR f OR BALE BT
A WEEKLY IEWSPIPAR, PRINTED II HAWAKM,
Edition, 4.00O Copies !
IfXI ta a year. pssjroMa la adTUBMa
kalion jt lh- Ka- ko HI b
rendered in Hawaiian. If 4a.irl, of c
Ucattaa sssfc. la th lower r finnan l
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