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VOL. IV. NO. 243.
THE DAILY
Pacific Commercial Advertiser
IS PUBLISH I-D
Every Morning Except Sundays.
SUBSCRIPTIONS :
Daily P. C Advertiser, one year...- f6 00
Daily P. C. Advertiser, nix. months 3 00
Daily P. C. Advertiser, three montha. 1 50
Daily P. O. Advertiser, per month SO
Weekly P. V. advertiser, one year- 5 00
Foreign Subscription, W. P. U. A. (including
postage) - 6 50
Payahle Invariably in Advance.
A FRIEND IN NEED.
"A friend in need is a friend inJeed,"
Whichever way you take it,
Like a legal writ or a moral creed,
It means whate'er you make it.
A friend in need may be one, indeed,
Who clothe3 you when you're seedy,
Bnt it's likewise true that a friend in need
la also one who's needy.
And on this depend, as your way you wend.
Through a world of joy and sorrow.
That for ev'ry one who may come to lend,
A thousand come to borrow.
Th. Armored War Ship VltM.
Scientific American.
A French marine officer argues in The
Nouveile Review that the armor-clad 6hip
is as completely obsolete as the old three
decker, and in any future war no iron
clad should venture to put to sea till all
her opponent s torpedo boats had been de
stroy ed For this reason no more money
should be spent on the construction or
keeping up of armor clad vessels, and
even those in progress should be aban
doned. The best type of boat is one al
most invisible, and quicker than the
largest seagoing vessels. France pos
sesses several that have proved themselves
very successful, but should have at
least 400. . .
Those existing are registered at forty-six
tons, and carry coal for 1,000 miles at
: medium speed. In case of need they could
steam twenty two knots per hour, are
ormed -with four tornedoes. and cost $33,-
000 each. Ten vessels somewhat larger
are now being constructed. The best type
of sea going torpedo boat should be about
1SJ1 feet long or less, and about twelve
feet wide; she should be manned by
fifteen or eighteen men, should carry pro
visions for twelve to fifteen days, and coal
for 1.000 to 2,000 miJss. She should be
able to steam twenty-two to twenty
five miles an hour, and be
armed with six or eight torpedoes and
one machine gun. The cost would be
from loO.OOO to $75,000. As a great na
tion's Heet should not consist entirely or
torpedo boats, however, concession 13
made in favor of vessels auxiliary to them,
but it will be the part of the torped. '.oat
in case of war to sweep all vessels of the
enemy whatever from the surface of the
ocean, both iron-clads, cruisers, trans
d merchant vessels, and this mis
sion it will perform without let or hin
derance. The fleets of transports, packed
with troops, will fall an especially easy
Prey-
The Farmer Ants of Texas.
Comhill Magazine.
Dr. Lincecum, of Texan fame, has
even improved upon Solomon by his dis
covery of these still more interesting and
curious creatures, the agricultural ants of
Texas. America i3 essentially a farming
country, and the ajrricultnral ants are
born farmers. They make regular clear
ings around their nests, and on these
clearings ey allow nothing to grow ex
cept a particular kind of grain, known as
anti-rice. Dr. Lincecum maintains that
the tiny farmers actually sow and culti
vate the antirica Dr. McCook,
on the other hand, is of opinion
that the rice sows itself and that
the insects' part is limited to pre
venting any other plants of weeds from
encroaching on the appropriated area, In
any case be they squatters or planters, it
is certain that the rice, when rfpe, is duly
harvested, and that it is, to say the least,
encouraged by the ants to the exclusion of
all other competitors.
"After the maturing and harvesting ot
the seed. " says Dr. Lincecum "the dry
stubble is cut away and removed from the
pavement, which is thus left fallow until
the ensuing autumn, when the same
species of grass, and in the same circle,
appears again, and receives the same agri
cultural care as did the previous crop.
Sir John Lubbock, indeed, goes so far as
to say that the three stages of human
hn hunter, the herdsman and
th3 agriculturist are all to be found .
among me various pccii; ui ciuitug
The Proofreader and th. Poem.
IDes Moines Register.
Some writer has produced a poem
called "Sounds from the Sanctum." It
reads just to pretty, and gives readers the
thought that the author never visited the
sanctum when business was in full blast.
If he had called about midnight, for in
stance, he would have seen two saints, one
poring over a proof slip, the other holding
the cop-, and the sounds would have
been something like this: Proofreader
As flowers without the sunshine fair--comma
so comma without you do I
full stop breathe a dark and dismal
malr Copy-holder Thunder! Not
mair, air. Proofreader I breathe a dark
and 'dismal air comma of flowers
comma. Copv-holder Shoot the comma.
Proofreader rTis dona As m bowers
without the sunshine fair semi-colon
confound slug seven, he never justifies
his lines No joy in life comma no
worms Copy-holder A armth. Proof
readerNo warmth I share comma
and health and vigorous flies
holder Blazes ! 1 i ealth and vigor Ay
Proofreader Health and vigor fly full
stop. " That's about the sound of it wha
poetry is on deck.
Five Keasobs.
Exchange.
Surgeon-General Ilammond says he ha
for novel-writine: "First, to
please myself; second, to please the pub
lic- tiiixdr to inaKe a rcpuiauou w
elist- fourth, to ma.ke money; and fifth,
to make certain literary critics uncom
fortable. " . ,
Benson, Smith & Co.,
JOBBING AND RETAIL
DRTTGrGrlSTS,
PROPRIETORS OFiTIIE
JVIaile Cologne.
113 AND 115 FORT STREET.
13-mar 27 -6m
Burr & Finck,
The Leading Fashionable Tailors
OF SAX FRANCISCO.
No. 620 Market St., Opposite Palace Hotel.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, JUNE 17, 1885.
3dwttsemcnt$.
iMwtisenunis.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMP'Y
OF LIVERPOOL.
CAPITAL. - 1 0,000.000
UNLIMITED.LIABILITT .
171 J re Insurance 01 V"""""1
will be effected at Moderate Rates ol Prml
urn, by the undersigned q cQ
129-d fewtf Managers for Haw. Islands
Having already a large trade with Honolulu, they
respectfully solicit further Island patronage, and
are p-epared to complete orders at one day's no
tice. Perfect satisfaction guaranteed, and tne
finest stock of latest goods constantly on Hand.
491 tf&w
HAWAIIAN HOTEL STABLES,
(Cor. Hotel and Richard Streets, Honolulu, 11. 1.
Opposite Koyal Hawaiian Hotel,
Wish to notify the public that they are prepared
to furnish
BUGGIES,
PHAETONS,
WAGONETTES, ETC.,
With Stylish, Gentle Horses.
Horses boarded by day or month.
Saddle norses to Let.
Horses Bought and Sold.
Hacks at all hours day and night.
Ar.. tnoivllitv. rpoklesa driving, overcharging
etc., by drivers employed by this Company will
please be reported at tne omce.
MILES & MACFAItLANE.
Telephone No. 32. 30-Je30 dAw
Commercial
INSURANCE COMPANY,
OF CALIFORNIA
FIRE AND MARINE,
AttV AAA A
r . .,!. iUU,JW
Assets, Iecember 31, 18S4 443,381 05
Losses paid since Company was organ-
ized " ' '
C. O. BERGER, Resident Agent,
Office No. 24 Merchant street, Honolulu, H. I,
107-July29-w
FOE SALE,
A FINE HOUSE LOT.
(Right of Komohino ou same for 18 years.)
supplied with water-pipes and running
waier from the mountain springs. Carriage
house and other outbuildings. Blacksmith Shop
and a full set of tools oa Muie lot, and garden
site. Just the place for a blacksmith and family,
and located in the center of the
BEAUTIFUL VILLAGE OK WAIOHINU,
Kau, Hawaii, aud only three-quarters of a mile
from one of the largent plantations on Hawaii.
Had, while smith wonted in shop last, a good run
of trade. For further particulars address Deputy
Sheriff of Kan, Hawaii. As tms property must
be sold withlu two months, it caa be purchased
rery cheap. 234-tf-dAw
C. BIRKS & CO..
33
Peck bam.
II Kill STREET.
I.oiulou, S. E
Colonial '.Merchants.
SALMON! SALMON!
Ex. W. H. DIMOXD.
Indeuta executed for all Liuds f English
aud Contiucntal Jo.d, against Bank
Credits or Product., f.u;liii(M for drawing
against the latter. Agencies accepted at 2H
per cent on nwV amount of manufacturer's
invoices, iucluding csu discounts varying
rom H to 3 per cent. Purchases in im-
drter'a own name.
Twenty years' buying experience for
export.
Reference: Continental Bank, 79 Lombard
n r
Street, E. C. itwap
A Fine Lot of
Red
Fish
FOB SALE BY
Castle
125-tt
Cooke.
XT X O W
Fire and Marine Insurance Co.
Of New Zealand.
rAPiTAL. : : i o,ooo,ooo
Having- Established an Agrency a t
Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the un
dersigned are prepared to accept risks against Fire
in dwellings, stores warehouses and merchandise,
ou favSe lerms. Marine risks on cargo,
freights, bottomry, pronia anu tuuuM.
W. J. WALLER,
BUTCHER.
TO THE FRONT.
A GREAT BOON TO TIIE
promptly adjnted A payable. jjqIu IPubHc !
123-dwtf WM"- O. & lu.
GREAT WESTERN
Beef, Veal, Mutton, Porlt and Fin
v.nt for FOUR DAYS after being killed, by Bell-
lNSUIt ANCE C0M1 AiS X . Coleman's Patent Dry Air Refrigerator. Guaran
teed to keep longer after dUvery laan
BURGESS,
I King Street, Honolnln.
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
All kinds of jobbing attended to.
BAGGAGE AND GENERAL KXPKtSS.
Draying and Steamer Freight carefully and
promptly handled.
Soda Water. Dinner Ale and Tahiti Lemonade
Cigars, Tobacco and Cigarettes. The best tu the
market. . ,
81 KING STREET. - - - BUROE.
227 nov-8
MACFARLANE & CO-, -
HOLrMLE.DEALEnSAXDjJElV.
eral Jobbers iu vr-o -
So. 13 Maaliuniauii Street,
HONOLULU. 375-tf
PRICE 5 CENTS.
gusinrss enrfliS.
1. l-YONS.
t t. tlTET.
LYONS l LEVEY,
Auctioneers
; AND
General Commission Merchant.3f
Beaver Block, Queen St., Honolnln.
Oale of Fnriiltnre. Stock, 'Real !
O and General Merchandise proper -v -. v.
Solo Airent fori
American & European
372-tfwtf
7
exo. woes.
G
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
ESEBAl COMMISSION AWEXTS
M.i li
Queen St., Honolulu, H.L
F. BAN Nine.
W. HAERTKKS.
p orrkBoKLT
65,000 Feot of
Galvanized Iron Pipe
and Fittings
X, 1. $4 and 1' incU'
ED. HOFFSOHLAEGER & CO
Importer Coramlwtlon MerelranW.
yueen Street, Honolulu, H. I. aoa"
J. W niNOLKT.
J. V?. HINGLEY lz CO.
Manufacturers of
HAVANA CIGARS,
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Dealer! U
Toliacco,Ciarettes & Smokers' Articles
TRY OUR
Home Manufactured Cigars.
No. 59 Fort St., In Campbir Notr
Fireproof Building, and Tio.
78 Hotel Steeet.
HONOLULU, H.I. 410-WlI
A. S. CLEGHORN & Co.,
importers and Wholesale and Retail
L Dealers in
General Merchandise,
Comer Queen and Kaahumanu Sta. 3f9jt
wu. a. iewih.
For sale, at very low figures, by
JAS. A. HOPPER.
ap4-44-3m-jyt
EUEEKA 1
CLAC8 SFE8CEELS-
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
O AG t NTS. Honolulu, ii. i' oct-mh
We have received a consignment of the most
Economical and Valuable Feed for an
kinds of Stock, viz.:
THE CURRENCY ACT
The New Gold Law.
. FEW COPIES OF TIIE WEEKIf
i Faciflc Commercial Advertiser
or the 29th July. 1881, containing
the FILL TEXT of the Currency
Act, can be had on application to
Lease of Valuable Land.
AUCTION BALE.
I will sell at Public Auction at the Court House
in the TOWN OF HILO on
SATURDAY, the 30th day of June
Nest.at 12 o'clock noon.the lease for TEN YEARS
of a valuable tract of land iu Tonahawai, near the
Town of Ililo, containing ,325 acres more or less.
This land comprises a large area of fertile cane
and kalo land, and lies In close proximity to the
town.
Lease at expense of purchasers.
Fpset Trlee per Annum, $350.
I.. SETEBASTCE,
AUCTIONEER.
HILO, April 30, 1885. ni-je20
v fees c:
Queen & Edinburgh Streets,
WHOLESALE BKTATI
Dealers la
HAY AND GRAIN,
Telephone No. 175.
Good:i delivered promptly.
Inland Orders Solicited.
Kit
Pantheon Stables,
Cor. Fort &; Hotel Streets.
LIYERY, BOARDING,
AND SALE STABLfcb.
SO WALL STREET, NEW YORK
The above Company havine estab
hshedan Agency at Honolulu, for fhe Hawa
iian Islands, the undersigned is authorized to accept
and write
MARINE
Merchandise, Freights. Treasure,
Commissions, and Hulls.
At current Rates.
WM. C. IRWIN & CO.,
127-dwtf
COOKED LINSEED MEAL, the' P. C. Advertiser Office.
Price 25 cents each.
Managers for Hawaiian Islands
FRESH KILLED MEATS.
3-To be had in any of Mr. Waller's Markets.
Metropolitan Market,
Ou King Street.
MEAT FOR SALE ALL DAY.
City Market.
On Nnuaun St.
Hotel Street Market.
On Hotel Street.
Eureka Market.
At Fish Market.
Hawaiian Market.
On Xaunakea St.
Cninese Market,
On Meek Street.
BEEF AND PORK
s-Th anklng the public for past favors. I so-
The jurisdiction of the Local Tribunals recognized. I licit a continuation of the same.
SUN FIRE OFFICE
OF LONDON.
ESTABLISHED 1710.
. tmffpn rpnv K.VRP.Y
IXST7KAJN Cfc.o r liu - - .
descrtption of property at the current rates
of premium.
Total sum Insured in 1884 - - 318,599,310
Claims arranged by the local agents, and paid
with promptitude and liberality.
It Is the greatest Flesh former, Milk and
Batter producer In use.
Oil Cake Meal shows about 27 per cent, of nu-
trltlve matter; this nearly 39 per cent.
100 lbs. ol this meal is equal to 300 lbs. of oats,
' ta tt tvhAflt. hran.
or BS. OI corn, urw 4
For Sale in Lots to Suit.
Also, our Unrivalled MIXED FEED, as well as
our usual supply of the best kinds of
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Etc., Etc.
LAIISTE CO.
373 tf
GRAHAM PAPER COMPANY,
St. Louis. Mo.
Manufacture and Supply ali;klnds of
Book. News, .
Flat and Label Papers.
Twines, Etc.
Publisher P. C. ADVERTISER
MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
All accounts for Advertising and JabiPrlntlog
at the
Pad He Commercial Advertiser
Office will from this date be presented, for t-ay.
ment monthly.
Honolulu, March 2. 1SK5. . ., -,
FRANK CERTZ,
FQIffljorter-ani HannfactnrcrJ
Of all Descriptions of
BOOTS & SHOE
WEMEB, & CO.
92 Fort Street,
ttbvp on hand New Foreign and Homemade
Jewelry.
Watches, Bracelets, Necklets,
Pins, Lockets, Clocks,
And ornaments of all kinds.
Silver and Gold iiate;
F.legant Solid Silver Tea Sets.
Suitable for Presentation.
ENGRAVING AND NATIVE Jttbiii
A Specialty.
Repairing In all Its branches.
XT Sole Agents for King's Eye Preservers.
577-mar9-lV .
XX Orders from the other Islands solicited.
No. 114 Fort St., Honolulu.
37-tfwtf .
, JOHN TJTSCHIG,
"Fasiiioiiablo Boot Malcer,
No. 320 Bush St., San Fraucisco, Cai.
Will fill orders in his line at the shortest pofculbU
notice. Planters will find It t their advantage to
call on MR. UlSCHIO before going elsewhere.
9I tf Aw
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
Importers ami Wholesale wesier. -Clothing,
Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furiilsb-
ing and Fancy Goods. No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
Honolulu, ji. i.
PARTNEESHIP
UNDERSIGNED
NOTICE.
W. G. RICHARDSON,
RESIDENT AGENT,
205 LeidesdoriT Street.
353 tf
G. W. Macfarlane 5c Co.,
Agcnt3 for the llawaiian Islands.
Telephone No. 47.
SAN FRANCISCO.
C. O. BERGER,
GENERAL AGENCY
NEW YORK LIFE INSURANCE CO.,
Assets ?60,000,000
CITY OF LONDON FIRE INSURANCE
CO Ml AN it (LiaiTUJ;.
5 10,000 ,oo
FOREST MARKET.
Corner Hotel and Union Streets.
BRANCH OF EUREKA MARKET.
r .n ti..MiAl Attention irlveii to
" Large Contracts. 474 tffew
Caplul.
SOUTH BRITISH AND NATIONAL IN
SURANCE CU. rlBE AM iUAtlir.1..
Combined Capital 20,000.000
HARTFORD FIRE INSURANCE CO.,
, 500,000
Assets
Carriages for hire at all hours of the dey or
night; also, conveyances of all kinds for parties
going around the Island.
Excellent Saddle Horses for Ladies
and Gentlemen. Guarantees enne.
CarriajfS Nos. 2, 21, 46, 17, 49, 40,
50, 51, S3 nnd 53.
Double and single teams always to be had on
livery at the most reasonable rates.
COMMERCIAL INSURANCE COMFANY,
Fibe ax Makixe.
Capital
The undersigned wUl open this new market
with the choicest beet, veal and mutton. Also
Fresh Pork Sansajres made every day
Blood and Liver Sausages attd Bo-
logna a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to
Respectfully,
GEO. D. SCIIBAEDEH.
Forest Market, Telephone No. 363.
Eureka Market, Telephone N, 114.
484-aplO
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO., Island View
J. J. WILLIAMS
No. 102 FORT STREET,
Lealias PlotoiTaplier of Honolnln.
WORK FINISHED IN
Water Colors, Crayon.
India Ink, or Oil,
Photo. Colored, Ac.
The only Complete Collection of
X Intoco-partnemhlp as Newspaper and Gen
eral Printers and Publisher, under the Mrm i.m
of The Hawaiian Chinese News Printing and Pub
lishing Company. They asaume an iiauuiue. w
the original Hawaiian Chinese encws iuuh.u,
incurred on or subsequent to May 1st lnntanv. and
collect all debts accruing to the said original Com
pany within the same period.
..mi.: . .1 . t..nli r.li1 t. n. f ft
Ail ueuw or iiaiiiiiLifB nmun v ,,v-
the aald original Company, before the said flrst
day of May, will he collected or paid by JMia Kara
Cbeeun, who win nenccioriu o """""i1".
partner of the new company TrrTrT.w
C11ANO WINAN,
CHANG KIM CHAR,
1.1 CHEONG,
2l.JnlO H. HO TON.
CHARGES
Ferns. Shells,
Cariosities, &c.
MODERATE.
385tf
Fire
MACNEALE URBAN
S F E S !
Troof, Burglar Proof, Fire and
Burglar Froof.
ST. MATTHEW'S HALL,
SAN MATEO, CALIFORNIA.
Cor. Fort & Queen Sts.f
HONOLULU, H. I.
Sole Agents for this Favorite Brand of
CHAMPAGNE.
470tfw
THE CELEBRATED
Large and small omnibus for picnics and cur' gpRINGFIELD GAS MACHINE. aCVOOl for BOVS.
Gas Fixtures of MitcheU, Vance Co.
sion parUes, carrying from 10 to 40 passengers, can
always be secured by special arrangements
Omnibus time tables can be obtained by apply
lng at the office,
The Long Branch Batbins House
can always be secured for picnic or excursion
parties by applying at the office.
Corner Fort and Hotel Streets.
Telephone No. 31
JAS. D0DD, Proprietor.
33Stf
Drifted Snow Flour,
(ROLLER PROCESS.)
-.vTn T.r.ASED THE SALINAS MILLS.
H I am now prepared to supply, in quantities
to suit, all orders, witn tne ceieurau
'-.DT-Tirn sxnff. and also the A No. 1
"irJ', KrVnd. RISING SUN. Please address all
"ZZi;; ,X C. L. DINSLEY,
mh24-7-3m No 13 Steuart St., San Francisco.
C. O. BEEGER,
229 my29 HONOLULU, H. I.
la. M. TOTJSSAINT,
Wishes
to announce to the TRAVELING
FUBLIC that he will open on
Saturday, June 6, 1885,
An Elegant Sample Parlor at HILO, where every
thing In the line of
LIQUORS WILL BE KEPT IN STOCK.
None but the best Wines, Liquors and Cigars kept.
Also, ALES, BEERS, and all kinds of FANCY
DRINK3 served in best style.
; 223 d&wtl
UNDER MILITARY DISCIPLINE.
r i . T-T-TT? TT "X'TT T A ClV
"of San Mateo, on the Southern Pacific Rail
road. 21 miles from San Francisco. Established
in lSf.5 Fourteen instructors of reputation and
abilitv The buildings are extensive, are heated
bv steam, and are in every way arraured for the
hL H comfort of the cadets. Trinity Session
began July 24th, and the Easter Session wul com
mnn January 8, 1S85.
For further Information and catalogue, Just
eut, address
REV. ALFRED LEE BREWER, M. A.
GASOLINE !
GASOLINE!
IN TEN GALLON D R V M S ,
Ex MENIKJTA, for sale by
Castle & Cooke.
l.V-my 11-tt
59-ap9-dw-Jy9
Friaclpal.
'J. SEGELKE,
TO BE FOTJ AT O. W. LINCOLN'S CAB
penter shop, on King street. Saws of aU
kinds Re-Tootbed Set and raed. f 23-Je30
Steam Candy Factory
AND BAKERY.
F. HORN, Practical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and Baker.
Hetel street. H"-tf Telephone 74
ALVIN 11. BASEMAN,
BOOK BINDER,
Paper Ruler and Blank Book
Manufacturer.
..-Twkhinrtinz of all descriptions neatly and
promptly executed, and at reasonaoie cui8e.
Gazette Building,
MERCHANT STBEET.
BONE MEAL!
BONE MEAL!!!
BONE MEAL !
:?32tf
THOMAS LINDSAY
Manufacturing Jeweler,
No. 60 Nuuanu Street,
Opposite HoILster & Co
Honolulu, II. I.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
382 tf
Tho undersigned are now prepared to re
ceive orders for this Celebrated Fertilizer
from the manufactory of Buck fc Ohlacdt
San Francisco:
The following ia a report of the compo
nent parts, as obtained by Chemical analy
sis:
Water 8.10 percent
Organic Matter 29.18 " "
Silicious Matter... ... .. 4.C5 " "
Lime .... 31.70
Phosphoric Acid 23.11
Oxide of Iron 85 ' "
Carbonic Acid 1.83 "
Alkali Salts 52 " "
Notice of Copyright.
Be it remembered that on the ISthday of April,
A.D.1H85.THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL AD
VERTISER COMPANY of Honolulu, Inland of
Oahu, In accordance with section 3 of "An Act to
encourage learning in this Kingdom by sworiog
the copies of chart and books W the authors and
proprietors of such copies, approved on the 3Jt
of December, A. D. ISM." have deposited in this
office the title of their book, entitled ''THE
HAWAIIAN LIVE STOCK BOOK AND REG
ISTER," contaiuing the names, ages, pedigrees
and other particulars concerning foreign and do
mestic (native) live stock within the Hawaiian
Kingdom, compiled from information given by
owners, the rights of which they claim as owners
and proprietors.
In testimony whereof, I have hereunto set my
hand and caused the seal of the Interior Depart
ment to be affixed at Honolulu this 16th day of
April, A. D. 183.
P (Signed, CHAS. T. GULICK,
ap2l-2ni dfcw Minister of Interior.
100.00
Ni';rosen 2.7 percent.
Orders Received will have Jrdmpt
and Careful Attention.
W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
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