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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, DECEMBER 28, 1885.
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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS
At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St.
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llritf communications from all lurts or the Kingdom
will alwayi be very acceptable.
Matter Intended for publication tn tlie editorial
oluinat ihould be addreued to
Editor D.un Honolulu Phirs,
Uuttnts communications ana auvcrttMtncut houltl
be adJreawd limply "llminesi Manager,"
DAILY liON0tUi.ll l'KEIS,
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
AJvtrtitcraents, to emure prompt Imertton, should
bi hau.liiJ in before (i r. M.
AH persons having garbage, etc., for removal by the
City Scavenger, ate requeued to have the same in
eadinevi be for 8 o'clock a. m. After (hat hour the
caitmeo arc otherwise employed, and wi" not call
until the following morning, thus leaving the unsightly
boxes er barrels In front of your premises all
day. J. N. KAIAIKAVV'XHA,
C;.tm Con a tor for Cleaninr Streets.
MONDAY DEC. 28, 1885
TO JIB UUOKBN, ALAS 1
Now comes the Government party,
thQiigh'its candidates, Messrs. Prcd. H.
Hayselden, John T. Baker, James Keau
and E. K. Lil'kalani, and publishes
a platform containing fourteen sections
and many promises. These political
Catlings preface the fourteen sections and
many promises of the Government party
by making a broad distinction between
" an influential body of voters" and the
representative tax-payers of the district;
the Press has beforetunc been cnti
cized by the Government organ for
making the same distinction.
As we have remarked, the platform
'contains fourteen sections and many
promises, of which the people will please
take note. We wish the tax-payers, not
the "influential body fif voters" of the
district, to carefully read these fourteen
sections and many promises, and then
carefully compare them with the "seven
and seventy" sections and myriad promises
of this same Government party,
as put forth through its previous political
fatlings. After the brain is tired
and the patriotic heart grows sick at the
comparison of tfie Government party's
perfidy With the net;lp cted cause of the
laboring classes and the taxpayers, the
national (?) candidates if they listen
will be able to catch the groan which
will accompany the verdict : "To be
broken, alas 1 to be broken I"
What will be broken ? Not the assertion
that thesej political ladings will
support the Crown which protects
them not the assertion that they will
aid and abet the King's "Constitutional
Advisers," popularly known as the
King's "political tricksters," not that
they believe in the mutual confidence
existing between the King and his pres
ent faithless Ministers faithless to the
people, not to the King not the fact
thacHhey indorse the policy of the prvs
ent Government not the promist
that they will stand by the eighty-cent
dollar not the promise that they will
vote for the ten-million loan, and then
help, squander it not the fact that
uiey win vote tor iree opium and tree
liquor, and ultimately unite in sincini:
the natlqjial a,nthem over the graves of
the poor iiatives not these things nor
anything else that they can perpetrate
to keep themselves in power and to
Continue the job of robbing the remnant
of the native race before they
What will bo broken, then ? All that
has been broken in thp past and
more. The promise to preserve and
foiter thu national feeling "among citi
zens, native and foreign alike,", will be
broken in the future as in the past; the
promise to promote the "material welfare
and advancement of our country,"
will be broken in the future as in the
past; the promise to restore "public
confidence" will be broken in the
future as in the past; the promise to
maintain "our rank as an independent
nation," in any sense that will apply
the principle and boon of freedom to
the tax-payers and the laboring mechanics,
will be broken; the promise
jnai uie oovernment schools shall "be
as free nnd unfettered
in tne past; the promise that "" uu, nci muimjuur , ui
support "all measures for the yj? . " W
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irnm rnnn iinnc no niu jN..nm..nM
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schools of thos.e countries in which
popular education is most highly
esteemed and cherished," 1 will be broken
as in the past; the promise that the
national debt shall be kept within the
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iiuiii ui vui iivuiiuuii; natural resources,
will be broken as in the past; the
,.: that "our . i i ! i,
promise roads and bndnes"
Rnnll receive nnv nrnriirnl nltnntinn
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will be broken as it has been persistently .
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iiuiuuuuii ui Lilt: uumic ncaun. win nn
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flagrantly broken as soon as put to a
practical test; the promise of "an able
Or .ti f t a
anu cincieni' ponce torce is a sliam
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oroicen as soon as the votes arc secured;
and the promise to sustain
these fourteen sections and many
promises, wherever they relate to the
actual cause of the tax-payers and
laboring people will be broken by
these political fatliims. and were
intended to be broken by them when
they were made, as soon as they are
seated within the shadow of a Govern
ment Legislature, whose penumbra is
cast in Utah from a financial and
ministerial eclipse which has taken
place in the orbit of Monarchical Gov
ernment in Hawaii.
ChrWmai A' rvtcea
Were held at the diff(rnr rhitmlipc
during Christmas Day and yesterday.
An elaborate report of the different gatherings,
together with descriptions of
the churches and abstracts of th srr.
mons preached, which was prepared for
the Press, has been crowt'erf nni fnr wnni
of space, and brief rr it" in is all that
can dc maae 01 tnese interesting
Christmas celebrations. St. Andrew's
Cathedral was elaborately decorated.
Both congregations held services on
Christmas Day. The Bishop and the
Rev. W. H. Barnes conrtitrtpH thr
cathedral services, the Bishop preach
ing in Doin native ana Jinglish. After
the first service. Rev. Wnllnro.
assisted by Rev. M. Groser, commenced
me second service. Kev. Air. Wallace
preached an excellent sermon from
Exodus 12 : 26. There wee larce
audiences present at both services.
On Christmas eve, a Christmas-tree
entertainment was held at the Chinese
Y. M. (J. A. Hall. The hall was bril
liantly illuminated and a veritable nlrl
Santa Claus. dressed in Cliinr? rn.
tume, made the Chinese children happy
wun numerous guts and sweetmeats.
The entertainment was nnrtpr hr
mana8cmcnt of Mr- and Mrs. Frank C.
Damon, the C.hlnpSP n.1tnr nnrl Mr
At thc Roman Catholic. Oirhrvlrnl
on last Friday the services were fully
iuii.u uui.n.v,uiuiii(j iu previously
nrocramme. nnrl lnw
masses were celebrated in the forenoon
to full congregations of natives and
oreicners. Durintr the servims. Imn.
tism was administered to 39 persons,
and over to ncrsons were rnnfirmpH
after thc afternoon service.
Rev. Dr Hyde preached an effective
sermon at Kaumakapili Church on
Christinas Day at half past ten o'clock
to a large audience; his sermon treated
of the origin and nature of the celebra
tion of P.hricmnc
At the Reformatory School and at
Lnntnintinn Tt.fl(!...th r il
.vunuiuimu auaiiiuiu icusih wercsprcau
mr me Keiormatory boys and the Ka
waiahao Sunday School scholars res
During Sunday, Christmas services
were neio at tne and Bethel
Union Churches. Fort-street Church
was nicely decorated and large audiences
were present at both the morn-
inc service and the Christmns sorvirp
in me evening. At iijc evening ser 1
vice Pastor Cruzan oreached unnn fhn
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Christmas and the Christmas of to-day.
The preacher said, in effect, that in tbp
early days the people did not celebrate
Christinas as we do now. Now millions
chant the Christmas carols. The
character of Christ was vividly pictured:
first, His character was
the revelations He has given the world
are wonderful; third, His manner of ex
pressing truth was different from what
we find it at the nresent fnnrtb
,y, . . ' .. 7 '. '"I
3n llT r'L TV..
still lives on earth; we cannot bmy
Him from our thoughts. The music
thrbughout was most excellent.
At the Bethel Union Church the
services were conducted by the Rev.
E. C. Oggel, who delivered forcible and
interesting sermons to large audiences.
Taken as a whole the Christmas services
for this year have been fully up
to the standard of previous years, and
in many points of interest have surpassed
LATE FOREIGN NEWS
The followinir is an abstmrr nf tbr.
news received bv the Ar!.
Posa, which arrived in port yesterday :
The Uerlin municipal elections return
35 Liberals, 5 and 2
Socialists; near 400 miners have been
killed in the l'neijuchin mine, in
Siberia, by an explosion of dynamite;
four dynamiters were arrested in San
FranCISCO on Deremhnr iWli. 1 (V,,-,,!!,,
of four persons were burned to death
in Detroit on December 16th; several
hundred cigar makers left "New York
lor oan within the last
month: Vanderbilt. thp mil.
lionaire, in his will bequeaths $188,.
uuo.ooo 10 nis ciuiciren; a dispatch
from Cairo states tlint tlu. rohi.ic i.-.,,..
Illllnrrprl nnrl ImrnAfl T?A-1 . l -.1
,, ,m UUHH.U rciNui uuu otner
ullages; two miners were killed by a gas to
..... & linn... l.. 11 .
ui iviiKCiuarrc, renn , a
larBe anti-Chinese meeting was held in
ruclce. -.., on December 19th; the
French Government has ordered the
s.15r,pnq!n nf inQtii !,; :n m.,1,., ,
the French Government has submitted
the draft of the commercial treaty be-
rwRRn urnnrn nn, I ninn if
"- ""v vnm.j uivjuiwi n,
j?1"0!1' thc ,ottne,!: of steamships, died
'" Liverpool on December 19th ; the
u c e,' r '.!.
,U.,o' l.M -!.. .... r...l . .L .
uuro liiai iiijj uil lyill j
eleven Europeans were massacred by
1(l1frtAfn Ivnnnii aAjia '(! . !l. !
iiluiu chikii 1:11 ivi!ri? niirnrn rti rirnin
at Stark villc, Miss., December 1 6th; thc
I'opc is denounced by the Madrid
nnnnrO flr fnynflnrr llm hfAllifir In mrlrril
s t'Jfc" lu",a"'
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Grand Nrtf $ Sale.
Fof the convenience of those who liave not
been able to purchase all Ihcy require for the
Holidays, wry Ime been Instructed to continue
our very successful-Auction Bales of
Tuesday Evening, December 29,
Al 7 o'clock, at our Salesroom, when wc will
offer the usual assoilincnt of FANCY
GOODS, suitable for
NEW YEAR'S PRESENTS.
Jt is impossible to enumerate the ureal
variety thtl will be offered. The coods Vlll
be ready for inspection the whole day of thc
sale. Scats for thc ladies, as usual.
ztoxs Jt conns,
Mortgagee's Notice ot Sale,
T"Y DIRKCTION OF AI.F.VANnPB T
D CAKTWKIGHT, the Assignee of a
tain mortgage oecii made by Albert K.
of Honolulu, Island of Oalnt, to the'
Hawaiian Investment and Agency Company,
Limited, dated the Sth day of August, 1882,
and recorded in Liber 76, on folios 180, 181
and 182, and assumed to said Alexander T.
Cartwright, of said Honolulu, by deed of
assigmnvni u.ttea tne 27111 tiayot June, 1S84,
and recorded in Liber 88, on folios 216 and
and 217, and the Mortgagee named in two
certain mortqagc deeds, to wtt: i.lSt Mortgage
made by said Albert K, Kunuiakea to
ia'd Alexander f. Cartwright, datco. thc 28th
day of March, 18S3, and recorded in Liber
79, on folios 351-4. 2nd Montage made by
gait! Alllrt Tv. ITltniltfllff tn cttrl A1nvnnt
JT Cartwright, dated the 23d day of August,
1883, and recorded in Liber 84, on folio 3 ;
;uc iimc'cu 10 sen at ruuiic Auction on
Monday, January 4, 1886,
At 12 o'clock noon of said day. at our Salesrooms
in Honolulu, all and' singular the
premises described in said several mortgages,
as follows :
KUKUAU -Hilo, Hawaii. An ahupuaa,
4840 acres, Land Commission Award
8,515, Koyal Patent 1666. Not leased.
LAIMI Hilo, Hawaii. An ahupuaa, Land
Commissioii Award 8520. Not leased.
WAIAKA-IKI Kohala, Hawaii. An
58 acres. Koyal Patent 1668, leased
10 olm Parker ; lease expires October I,
1886, with privilege.
PAHOEHOE Kona, Hawaii. Roal Patent
16G8. Not leased.
MALALahaina, Maui. A cocoanut grove,
di acres. Land Commission Award 5483.
Koyal Patent 6777. Leased to II. Titrton :
expires September I, 1886.
KAPUNAKEA J .hina, Maui. One
acre. Land Commission Award ioi.
Rojal Patent 6777. Leased to II. Turton.
Lease expires September I, 1886.
PUAKO, also called MAUNAKUI
Maui. House lot, I rood, 28 rods.
Land Commission -Award 5483. Royal
Patent 6777. Not leased, but at present
occupied by Captain David Taylor.
PUUNOA -Lahaina, Maul. 8 15.100 ucres,
Fand Commission Award 8515, Royal Patent
1667. Afiana 1, 2 acres kalo
land; apatia 2, 5 acres cane land.
OWA Wailuku. Maui. Royal Patent 21 cc
IIALEIJAKU Hamakualoa, Maul. 3.651
51-100 acres. Land Commission Award
85 1 S. Royal Patent 1 666, The kalo land
leased to Hui nt $220; expires January t,
1886. Thc right of way for ditch leased to
Ilamakta Ditch Company at $100: ex-
pire . 2. isoo. , jsfi tn th
Jail.ll Suirar Comninv. Alpv.inili r Hil.1.
win, and Grove Ranch Plaatttlon at $100;
etpues juiy I, 11-99. Lease to C.
al $290, expires July I, 1S99. The
ditch leased to C. Spreckels at $100,
July 2, 1899,
RAmA - qahu. Grazing land, Nuuanu
Valley. 81 aas. Land Comnitsclnn Ainl
8545. Koyal Patent 6776. Not lejsed.
PELLY PLACE Houselot anil grazing land.
mu4iiu vaiicy, 22 acres, Kqyai .J'.itcul ,1.
Leased to P. C. Jpncii expires ' October I,
1886; has privilege of 10 years.
KUIHELANI Houselot in Honolulu, corner
of Bcretania and Klchard btrects, 55 fathoms
15 feet, not leased, occupied at prcsint by
A. K. Kunuiakea. Land Commission
Award 96, Koyal Patent 2647.
PUOU Lahaina, Ulaui. An ahupuaa, Land
Commission Award S520, Koyal Patent
&r Deeds at the cupense of purchaser. For
iiuuiur I'uiuciuars, enquire ot
E. P. ADAMS & CO,
Or or J. M. MOKSARRAT, Attorney for
Dated Honolulu, Dec. 8, 1885.
1WT ETROPOLITAN MARKET,
Cj WALLqit, . 1 Proprietor
Choicest Meats from Finest Herds.
families and shipping supplied on short notice and
Lowest Market Prices.
rt,ui'i i"1a" 'W.", !!0,n.,,,,'.l, mi"ket at0 Ihoroushly
Immediately nller killing ,y ireans of a Bell.
Coleman l'atent W Air ifefrlserator. Meat io
treated retains alllts Juicy properties, and is cuiinmteed
keep longer afier delivery than frely.ktlled meat.
''"J1' "NEATLY FUfcNlSIIED
ROOMS, Slncle or Double, can e had at
tn tvniM.',n,,'4i ..
"" ivuivuiaiKniii (.near rortj.
Krom and after this date Mr.,C. K. Mimxr
will attend to my subscription book agency.
Horses, lost or Stolen.
On Wednesday night, 23d instant', Worn thc
second lot above the Central Park Skating
Rink, on Dcretanla street, I
-I Jin a etc noiisis,
Untitled on the left hip II, P., anjd
.1 Hoitnr.L house,
Uranded on the left hip M. K.
A reward of TEN DOLLARS, will be paid
for each horse dcllycrcd to, the
place or to Messrs. II. Ifackfcld & Co.,
Queen street'. O. UNNA.
Furnished Cottage "Wanted.
BY A DESIRABLE TENANT.
Address Postoffice Box No. 351, stating lo
cation, description of house and lowest rent.
- - ' - , , ,
Dr. Emerson has removed his residence and
office to 196 Fort street, lately occupied by
Capt. Hayley. Office, hours from 8 to 10 A,
M.. 1 to 3 p. M 6:30 to 8 p. if. Telephone
No. 149, both Mutual and Bell Telephones
J3IBHOI? !S CO'S.
THE UNDERSIONUD WILL RECEIVE
MONEY AT THEIU SAVINGS
BANK UPON THE FOLLOWING
On sums ol Five Hundred Dol'.ira or under, from
one person, they will pay Interest ot the rate of live per
cent, per annum", (rom dije of receipt, on all turns that
hall have remained on depout three monlln, or have
been on deposit three months at the time of making up
the yearlyccounts. No interct will be computed on
fractions ofilollars or for fractions of a mouth.
No Interest will be allowed on money withdrawn
within three months from date of deposit.
Thirty dasnotU.e must be given at the Bank of an
Intention to withdraw uny money ; and theeposUor's
Pats-book must be produced, at the tame time.
No money will be paid except upon the Draft of the
Depositor, accompanied by -the proper Pass-book.
On the first day of September of each year, the
accounts will be made up, and Interest on all slims that
shall have remained oiit three months or more,
and unpaid, will, be credited t5 the' depositors, and
from that date form pan of the principal.
Sums of more than Five Hundred Dollars will .
rece ived, subject to special agreement. '
The Bank will be open every day In the week except
Sundys and Holidays.
BISHOP & CO.
D. M. CROWtETT
The Only Practical
Repairs, Covers & French Polishes
Every description of
At lowest rates.
'"lr Suites, Lougti; Paltnt Rockers, Em and
hncj Chairs, c(t, nude of Island Woods, or
Black Walnut, at S.v Francisco Prices.
T ELEtJANT COVERING AND TRIMMING.
N.lX Filtering of Vrofll
HO. l LILIHA STREET.
4Vtf Mnld' Teltpbne, .o. 311,
1WTRS. THOMAS LACK,
No. 70 Fort Stroot, Honolulu,
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tlirORTKR Nu'lrAU!R IU
Attachments, Oil mill Acetitsorlet.
AOKNT ffJH TIIK
White and tna New Hoiib Machine
Howard's Machine' Needles, all kind.
Coitlcell's Silk, In tilt colors nnd sizes :
llarhoui's Llnn 'niread,
Clark's 0, N, 'lVMachlne Cotton,
Mint, DtntonsCt KtliaiU Cut Paptr PatUnts
Dealer In Rin.its
Guns al d Sportino Goods
Siot, 1'owusk, Cats,
ana f ibtallic cartridges
KKllOSEXK arOYKH, tn nil ttxea.
Sewlng.Machlne, Lock and promptly
attended to. Uvfc
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1 1 1 -1 1
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LnGALCAP PERFECTION PADS,
, HODDER'S LK'ITER PADS
Letter, Can and Note Illocks of first quality paper,
Lefy' CfP' l"t and Note Blocks of ruled
paper, plain Memd. and Nolo
Mocks, M. & 11, form blocks
for Bills, Statements,
Or Paper PUT UP In ANY FORM Desired
'At thus, a. riiJiuiu's
Fort Street Stores.
With an excellent assortment of
New and Seasonable Goods !
In keeping, with the usual extra
quality of novelties and desirable
Books, Toys, Fancy Goods, .4,4$:
For which this establishment is noted.
Special Holiday Editions of Poets,
In fine bindings, Persian and Turkey
Morrocco, Alligator add Seal Skin,
Tree Calf, Plush arid cloth.
Prang's Prize Cards (plain and fringed),
Xmas Aloha (fringed) Dookmarks,
Fine Plush Goods, Celuloid Sets,
EBONY FRAMES &CABINETS,
Steam and Electric Toys,
New Toys and Games,
PACIFIC COAST DIARIES FOR 1886
(Pocket and Office sites.)
Dreka's Dictionary Blotters, l'apeteries,
Juvenile Hooks (a fine assortment),
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Together with a full and complete
line of Stationery and Blank Books.
mi oruers lanniuiiy attended to. rrices as
reasonable as good Goods will warrant, and
cheapest in the long" run.
THOS. 0. THRUM,
104 Fort Street.
MELLEB, & HALBE'S
Ice Cream Parlor
Lincoln's Blook, King Street,
A. Fixto Assjortmoxtt of '
CANDIES AND CAKES,
ALWAYS ON HAND.
WEMER & CO.,
iVo. 02 Fort Street
1 lay. Just received per ' Mariposa " the most ele.
gant msortment ol
SOLID AND TLATKD SILVER WARE
Ever brought to this market.
Clocks, WntchcB, Bracelets, Keck-"lets,
Pins, Lockets, Gold Chains
mm wiiaras, Sleeve Buttons
Studs, Etc., Etc.
And ornaments of all kinds.
Elegant Solid. Silver Toa Sots,
And all kinds of silver ware suitable for presentation
These foods are all of the finest quality aad latest
designs and compr! a complete stock of all articles I.
this branch of business which wlllle sold at close
KUKUI AND SHELL JEWELRY
Made to order.
The repairing branch of
our business w regarj as an
Important one, and all Jobs entrusted to us will
be executed In a manner second to none.
Of every description done to order. Particular alien
lion is paw lo'orders and Job woik from the
ciu Ucrttocmcnto. $
And our store is full of Seasonable and Acceptable
Gifts, such as a full line of
BOYS' SUITS, SHIRTS, HATS, CAfS;
Toilet Sets, RvLJZt
,Come in and. Look
That the undersigned has this day received an additional
supply of elegant .
Men's & Boy's Custom Made Clothing.
Shrunk. Well and carefully made, easy fitting, stylish
cut and most important,
VERY LOW IILST PRICE.
, Every garment warranted as represented. 0.
afc,l) rasft 1
Also, just opening this day, the finest, neatest, most
stylish, nobby, well made, flexible
Ever imported here or anywhere else.
PIRST COME-FIRST SERVED.
Large Assortment of Holiday Goods !
WEST, DOW & CO.,
Have on hand, in addition to their usual large stock, a select assortment of
Iaixcy ancl Toyi,,
Too numerous to mention. y
furniture, and DPiotuve iOTouldiiifrs,;
Also, just received per steamer Alameda, an elegant stock of , ut $
F U R N I TU RE: 'V
Consisting in part of
Light and Dark Cedar and Ash Bedroom Sets, , '
Jhrce Q"V,er and FuU Size Ash Bedsteads,
Dining Room, Cottage, Nurse and Children's Chairs and Rockers, aborted.
A Fine Assortment of Holiday Goods to arrive by next Steame
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
President & Manager.
Pacific Hardware Company
No. 74 and 76
Successors to Dillingham &
JUST RECEIVED EX S. S. "ALAMEDA" AND "ST, PAUL."
LATEST DESIGNS IN , '
SilVor UPlsuted. "TTsTsixe,
TTV&tox filters arid. Ooolors,
Elto.T Etc., Etc.
H. E. McINTYllE & BRO.,
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Groceries, Provisions and Feecb
HSust Corner IToi't
Embroldered Fancy Wall
ruin puns, -iv 1
. ,. . 1 kA
1 lusnes, , . vAS
In' All CotoiJMm'
at These Goods. '
J. FISH EL.
JAS. G. SPENCER,
Secretary & Treasurer.
Fort Street i
Do., aiid Samuel Nott.
unci ICitiK Streets.
fornla Produce by every stearr . . All orders faithlullv attended t, and Goods delivered t '
ny part of the city rce of charre. Island orders solicited, Satlsfaction'guaranteed.
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