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VOL. V. NO. 308.
HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY , DECEMBER 29, 1880.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
Vdvrrtisements.
Jdmlissinttits,
Advertisements.
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THE DAILY
Pacific Commercial Advertiser
1H PUBLISHED
Every Morning Except Sundays.
DaJJLY I, C.
Daily 1. c.
D.li.Y P. C.
DAILY P. C.
VVkkklv P.
5UBHCRIPT10S :
Advkktiskk, one yi-ar oo
ADVKKTIHKK, iX IllOIltilS .3 CO
Auvkrtiski'. tlircH mouths 1 50
Advkktiskk, pfr month 50 j
C. ADVKKTISKK, Olltf ycur -0 OiJ I
SUN F!B OFFICE
r l. o -1) o
C'luus sprpt-kf-ls
Wtn. a Trwin.
eicn Subscription, W.
P. C. A. ( int liiiling
6 50
Payable Invariably in Advance
Useful Information to Oum Chewn.
The habit ot chewlnsr x 'm, according to
a Macon, Oa,, physician, ; a od and
healthy one. Thinner , e nays uis a
physical characteristic - m.xficans. I
account for this because ' fact that
they are in anew country whose cli
taatc they have not Wcoiii-j used. Even
the descendants of people who came to
America 200 years ao are not fully accli
mated This is true, it matters not to
what country people may remove. Nat
ural history has demonstrated that at
least 800 years are retired to acclimatize
a nation that has taken up its abode in a
new country.
"Now, as thinness is a characteristic of
Americans, they oujjht to use whatever
will make them fat, and they ought not
to use what will keep them lean. The
habit of chewing gum causes certain
juices which aid digestion to flow freely,
unmixed with any injurious substance.
The habit of chewing tobacco also causes
these juices to flow freely, but thetobacco
chcirer eiiher expels them from his mouth
Sit swallows them mixed with the poison
ous juice of the weed. I see you have
your notebook out; just jot down this fact:
Twenty years ago the rule was that south
ern women were thin and delicate; it is
net the rule now. Southern women are
not physically equaled iu North America.
Any physician who is as well informed as
he ought to be will tell you that it is true.
This change is due to the habit of chew
ing gum. You may smile, you may even
laugh, if you please, but I am telling you
a plain fact. As to southern men, they
are as thin and gaunt as they ever were;
and so they will remain until they cease
to chew tobacco and begin to chew gum."
Georgia Exchange.
A Natural IVtroleum Hennery Found.
Entering through a crevice between two
gigantic rocks, the explorers found them
selves in a circular basin 300 feet in cir
cumference and lofty in height. The floor
of this basin is . regularly paved , with
broad flagging as if done by the hand of
man. From three parts of the basin arose
a thin, bluish vapor, spreading through
the underground chamber a close, oil-like
smell. On investigation this vapor was
found to arise from deep seams in tho
rocky floor. One of the party produced a
long cord and, attaching It to a small
stone, attempted to gauge the depth of
these seann. No bottom could be reached,
however. On the stone being withdrawn
it was in every instance found to be cov
ered with yellow sticky matter of glue
like consistency, ftrongly impregnated
with a petroleum odor. One of the party
stumbled on a second opening, and this
led into a third and smaller chambpr.iu the
center of which was a working, bubblirg
oil foutaln. This was the pure article .
self, clear as if fresh from the best oil re
finery. In fact, it was the product of a
natural refinery, and the nv vote-'t
forces were engaged in its jn.-i;: fa- 1 'e.
From deep down in the b.iv.l tuc
earth came a sound as of stea..iy c'ii .g,
and the oil mass heaved a nd shook at in
tervals, as the continued product of thw
natual refining process was poured in.
Cheyenne Leader. t
Shaving a Chinese llaby's Ileaa.
One of the first things that happens to a
Chinese baby boy after he is born is to be
shaved. A barber comes with a razor, and
all the hair is shaved off the poor little fel
low's tender scalp. After that, baby has
to go to the barber for his shave, just as a
grown man with a beard might go in this
country: but he never seems to enjoy it,
nd cries pitifully every time the sharp
razot mows down the hair. After awhile,
when the hair begins to grow thicker, the
head is not shaved all over, but is left un
touched iu spots, just as the parents think
will look pretty. Sometimes there will be
three tufts, each as big round as a silver
dollar, one just over the middle of the
forehead, and one over each ear. When
the hair grows long enough in these tufts.
It is braided and tied with bright cord, and
then baby looks funny enough to a for
eigner, for each little braid stands stiffly
up for about two Inc hes, and then Vvps
over. The braids look like horn3 on his
head, and holes are cut in his green and
red cap to let the horns come through.
Household Words.
j&n Interview with Louise Michel.
Apropos of nothing in particular, we
ask if she "has ever been married." "No,"
She assures us. "av.d also yes. To a man,
no, because all men, by ro-ason of their
nature and education, are emperors. They
can not help it, they mean well. But I
am opposed to the empire, and am not am
bitious to have a personal emperor. Again
I say, ye-, I am married. My husband is
fantaVlic, variable, capricious, intense.
He possesses me. Sometimes he is cruel.
Sometimes he stones me in the streets.
Sometimes he starves me. lie never has
time to adore me. Yet I am his loyal
Bpouse. His name is devolution." Paris
Cor. Boston H.'. '
Forgot Wht He Wa About.
There is a worthy clergyman who is very
absent-minded and has a cWt memory.
It is a common wi.i. ..:"-n in t J.e pul
pit to forgit something. ud thn, of:-n
eitting down, to rise up and enmnu -ure his
euppiei-u' -try r. r i irks with the exprrs
h'u. "By h. v j.. A few Sundays p.':
M,.; h'if lh;v.(jgn a pi.y-r, when lie
hesitated, forgot what l.f w:m about ai:d
Jit down abr vi ptdly without d-iig. In
a moment or two cr,.-:i :,, "! I
his forefinger at ihe om;t.dcuiii-s;uti.u.
Jjaid: "Oh. by th way, rimt-a."The
Argoaftut.
CLAUS SPKECKELS & CO.,
IlUNOt.LLf
HAWAIIAN 1M.AN11S,
I'ruv-- i'Jxrliange on tiic principal parts of tUo
world.
Will receive deposits on open account, make
collections and conduct a general banking and
exchange business.
Deposits bearing interi st received In their Suv
!ngs Department subject tf published rules and
retfiimlio.iH. 17oc;tf
0I.AT8 8PBECKBI.S
mu. a rR wis.
WM. G. IRWIN & Co.,
Cl'AK FACTORS mikI CotuiMiMioii
IO A UK NTS. Honolulu U. I. 13-tlsvtf
M. PHILLIPS & Co.,
1niHrlerM ami Wholesale Ienlers lit
Clothing, Boots, Shoes, Hats, Men's Furnish
ing and Fancy Hoods. No. 11 Kaahumanu street
Honolulu, II. 1. 2.'tf-wit
MACFARLANE & C0-,
IIOI.KKAI.E 1FAI.K11S AXli JK.
eral Jobbers in Wl.NKfs and LlyL'Ulte.
2V. 12 lianliiiiitami Streol,
HONOLULU. 28 (I
G
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
i F.NEKAI, COMMISSION AIIKMS.
G tf Queen St., Honolulu, H.I.
K. BAN.M.N9.
W. MAKKTKNS.
P OPCKKAKIT
ED. HOFFSCHLAEGER & CO.,
I.iMrl. r t; '.!. iii4 jo. Mer'fiaittn.
liueeti Street, Honolulu. II. i. 27-tf
WJf. 3JcCANILESSf
'. t lie -Street,
Fish Market. Dealer In choicest BKF.K, VKAL
Mi l' ION, FIWH.ettr.
Family and shipping Orders carefully attended
to. Live Stock furnished to vessels at short
notice, and vegetables of all kinds supplied to
order. 29 tf
W. Jl. ALDRICH.
'fieneral lnsiiies Aj;ent.
Has removed 1o J. I. Powsett's store, Queen ft.,
where he will attend to any business entrusted
to his care.
DEPOT tsf UNION DAIRY.
Orders for milk respectfully solicited, and
prompt aUetitiou given to the delivery of the
a anie. 4
?ew riiotorapli I'ooms.
OVFK NICHOL'S STORK. FORT STREET,
nexMhe sl:ootin liallery. 1'ictnres, l'ort
raits and Views. 1-irst-cl:iss work. Satisfaction
guaranteed. lllap'J T. a. OONSAI.VES.
Employment Office
ri-iiE fxmcr.sKixr.i) has moved into
I the ottice of .Mr. J. K. Wiseman, where he
will he prepared to furnish household servant,
collect hiils, do Anglo -Chinese interpreting, and a
generi business. 51 SOYOVU.
G. JCST. C. W. MACFARLANE.
Disss! .it ion of ravtnersliip.
NOTICE IS HEREBY UIVEN TIIAT TIIK
i nh-rtst of H. M. Iow in the business of
West, Dow it Co., Fort street, Honolulu, has
heeu purchased hy 11. West. The business will
l-e conducted under the firm name of
WEST, D O W & CO.,
Which Mr. Dow will continue to manage, hut
without any further responsibility for the firm
'e;s or o' ligations. ' All debts due the late tinu
f WtA; LuY" -t Co., should he paid to the uudei
higued, who wiii imv aii ite'r.ts tine "n 11.
WEST. D(V .t CO.,
l'er O. Wet.
Honolulu. Dect iul.er Ui. 1SSC, :.Vijli.
J. 1 . J3R.OW3ST.
-U-couiit:nil, Laml, Estate and
Ahor Agent. Accounts Collected.
I
TO PLANTERS.
ESTABLISHED 1710.
NSfKANCES EFFECTED UPON EVERY
description of property at the current rates
of premium. j
Total mini Injured in 1S?5 - - 327, "33, 700 j
Claims arranged by the local ogents, and pa d
with promptitude and liberality.
The jurisdiction of the Local '1 ribubuis recosuisc
G. W. Macfarlane & Co.,
31dlwtf Agentafor the Hawaiian Islands.
ROYAL INSURANCE COMP'Y
or LJVERPOOL.
I'AIMTAI.
UNLIMITED LIABILITY.
lir IiinrHiK'e i ni! .leerijtlon
will be effected at Mtde'-.te Kates of i'rent
uni. by the undersigned.
' 3 WM. (i. IUWIN A CO
20-dtwtf Managers for llav. Islands
TJ KT I O N
Fire and Murine Insurance Co.
Of New Zelul.
CAHI1A I..
. : io,ooa.ooo.
We have on. baud a consignment of
Automatic Trash Feeding
Furnaces.
Fo. four ami five foot furnaces. complete with
gryu fears, bearers and trash carriers. Machines
of tt.is make are now hi successful operation at
sp?e kelsviile, Makee Sugar Company and other
plan ations. A lso, a consignment of
I ? i 1 1 e r Presses,
Having all the latest improvements.
PLANTERS AND OTJIEJiS
Interested are requested to call and examine the
above. For prices and further particulars ap
ply to
Win. Cf. Irwin & Co.,
A stents.
BOiNE MEAL!!
Hh viii:; Kstl.llwliel nsi Asceuey t
Honolulu, for the Hawaiian Islands, the un
dersigned are prepared to accept risks against Fire
in dwellings, stores warehouses aud merchandise,
on favorable terms. Marine risks on cargo,,
freights, bottomry, profits and commissions.
Iosse promptly aIjnteI A payable.
19-dwtf WM. O. IRWIN fc CO.
Koliala, Saloon.
Best of Ales, Wines and Liquors
ALWAYS ON HAND.
Fmiey lrlnk tl' every loerllini
n in'olPlty.
COiiAwly
Iropri'lor.
JOHN COOK,
House Carpenter & Builder,
:tl Alttkeii Strot.
Will furnish estimates and make ouitrm ts for
any desi'ripiion of svd buildings.
.lobbing Of all kinds done, and satisfaction
guaranteed.
Chaiges as low as tho lowest. r tf
THOMAS LINDSAY
3Ijiiiuf;u tuvhi Jeweler,
Honolulu, II. I.
Particular attention paid to repairing.
rv:tf
Furnislied or ITnfurnishedr
T,n.'i.r.r address at J. F VNFMlV'S M. '
eh..:.: i
; ti.-tei'eijt-rs Hon. A. S.Cleghorii, R. J. Crtigh- .
i Ion. i:--i. !
, ! i i.ox !;.. 3Lrt d .vlOtf i
i.OST.
COTTAGE ON LUNALILO AND PIKOII STS.,
i furnished complete for housekeeping. I'se
of horse and carnage; large garden. Apply to
( HAS. J. FISHEL,
V7-oct"tf Cor. Fort and Hotel Sts
A & ft A. L u y H v
XI). r FlMir STKEfcX
Opposite Wilder it C'os,. -
H. J . Noite Propr.
OPES: rOil i A. M. TiLt 10 P. M
I'IRST-CLsS MCHJ:S, C01FKK.
Tea, soda wjtks, ( l.rvu m.k,
C?i-;i i-s n nd rjPoln ccov
OF BEST BRANDS
Plain and Fancy Pll'KJi personally selected f rout
the Manufacturers, aid a Large V artel y
of BKST tit" A LIT Y
SMOGS' A11TICI.S.
Loverso BILLIARDS will find an Eli-gant
SS585WICE i !. JIIU4S3 I431S
on the ir-iiii.ses.
The I i r-fie' r would b picjt.ed to receiveacail
from hi Fr.en ii and tlie Piiiiiic generally
, r. ,(V- 't "', a
fix ii. a sioiir:. oj: jaii:
Mlt.l.l lltllV.
The undersigned are now prepared to re
ceive orders for this Celebrated IV'rtilizcr
from the manufactory of liuck & Oblacdt
San Francisco.
The following is a report of the compo
nent parts, as obtained by Chemical analy
sis :
1 Water 8.10 per cent
Organic Matter 29.18 " "
Silieious Matter 4.C3 ' "
Lime 31.70 '
Phosphoric Acid 23.11
Oxide of Iron 83 " '
Carbonic Acid 1.89 "
Alka . aUs 52 '
100.00
Nitrogen 2.7 per cent. '
Orders Received will have Prompt
and Careful Attention.
W. G. Irwin & Co.,
Agents or the Hawaiian Islands.
21tf
GRAHAM PAPER COMPANY,
it. I. li. Ii.
Manufacture and Supply all kliuts of
liMl(.
I'lat inl I.h!1 f;per.
Ilimiit'rM lr(.Hrl.
I'uines, V.U:
VT. G. RICHAHDSON,
RESIDENT AGENT
205 I.eileslortr Street.
lelephone No. 47. ' SAN FRANCISCO.
X lt.Secil Atletitloit K'ven to
Laruo 4'onf mi ls. 8 tf&w
rrhe Risdon
Iron & Locomotive. W(rks,
Corner of Eeale and Howard streets,
SAN F U A N C I SCO C A LI FO UN 1 A
W. II. TAYLOR....
JOS. MOORE
I'resldeu t
.Superintendent
1IIL1ERS OF STEAM MACHINERY. IN
all its branches; steamboat, Steamship,
Land Engines and Jioilen, High Pressuie or
t'ompouud.
STEAM VESSELS, of all kinds, built complete
with Hulls of Wood, Iron or Composite.
ORDINARY ENGINES compounded when ad
visable. STEAM LAUNCHES, Bargps and Steam Tugs
constructed with reference to the trade in
which they are to be employed, speed, ton
nage and draft of water guaranteed.
scgar mills and sugar-making ma
chinery made after the most approved
plans. Also, all Roller Iron Work cot ceded
therewith.
WATER PIPE, of Roller or Sheet Iron, of any
size, made in suitable lengths for connecting
together, or sheets Rolled, Punched and
Packed for shipment, ready to be riveted ou
the tcromid.
HYDRAULIC RIVETING, Roller Work and
Water Pipe made by this establishment,
Riveted by Hydraulic Riveting Machinery,
that quality of work being far superior to
hand work.
SHIP WORK, Ship and Steam Capstan.?, Steam
Winches, Air and Circulating Pumps, made
after tlie most approved plans.
SOLE AGENTS and manufacturers for the Ta
ctile Coast of the Heine Safety )oilr.
PUMPS Direct Acting Pun; ps, for Irrigation or
City Works' purposes, built with the cele
brated Davy Valve Motion, superior to any
other pump. - ,.- - -
J. N. s. WILLIAMS Honolulu
Room No. 3, upstairs, Spreckels Klock.
(Agent for Hawaiian Islands )
Sse.jO-lyd-w
E. JI Mayhew,
CONTRACTOR AND UI'ILDER, J
hii Hole! Street. Honolulu. II 1.,
(Opposite Fashion stables).
P. O. DOX 315.
BELL TELEPHONE 53.
A.'l work in my line faithtu'ly done. Plans and
Specliicatlons mxde. Johhiogin all details done
at short notice. Good wor.'j :)d low char ties is
my motto. i-dee--5
USISS till C3
Queen tf KUiiburg Street.,
WlOLJ--Al.K A RETAIL
Dealers lu
II A Y AM) JI1AIX,
Telephone No. l..
Goods deliventj piompti.v.
ChImikI OrilerH Nli'ilel.
35 tf
EUEEIiA !
We have receivnd a consignment o the most
Ecouomical ai.J Valuable Feed for all
kinds of Stock, viz.:
COOKED LINSEED MEAL.
1 1 Is the greatest Fudi former. Milk and
Butter producer iu use.
Oil Cake Meal shows abort '27 per cent, of nu
ritive matter; this nearly Hit per cent.
100 B'S. o this meal is equal to 30O ffs. of oats,
or 31 lbs. of corn, or to 7tiT lbs. of wheat hrau.
For Sale in Loit to Suit.
Aldo, oui Unrivalled MIXED FEED, as ell as
our ttsual supply of the b:st kinils o
Hay, 4als, Ulieat, C'or.i, l ie, !.
3i tf
John F. Colburn,
Importer and Dealer in
Hay and Grrain?
Corner King and Maunakea Streets.
ftiifGood3 delivered promptly.
Mutual telephone 387.
37 tf
TELEPHONE 55
f HTES,PRISf7
? PLAXIXd MILL. IP
LlZ3 Alnkea. near tltieeii St.
39-tf
To the I'nblic.
The Pacific Transfer Co.,
Ollice with C. K. Miller. 4-' Merchant street.
Bell Telephone 37".
Mutual Telephone r)i
I am fully prepared to do all kinds of drayage,
hauling or moving work", all of wiilrh I will guar
antee to execute faithfully.
:t ' ' s. F. GRAHAM, Proprietor.
J". U. SOPEH,
Successor to
J. M. Oat, Jr., & Co.,
STATIONERS & NEWS DEALERS,
Hawaiian Gazette Block.
27 Merchant St.. Honolulu
4! tf
ATTORN EYS.AT.LAW.
CLARTCXCK W.
ASH FORD.
VOLS' KY V
AHHKOKD.
Asliford A AIiforl,
ATTORNEYS, COUNSELLORS, SOLICITORS,
ADVOCATES, ETC.
OrtW Honolulu Hale, adjoining the Pes
Oflice. 4M4U
JOHxN T. DARE,
Attorney nntl CuniiMellor at Iatv,
Office No. 12, .Spreckels Block, Honolulu.
176 octal if
CECIL BROWN. ATTOt NEY-AT-LAW AND
Kotary Public, Caniplell's Block. Merchant
street 43-lyni20
JOSHUA II END Y
IVXachirie Works
. ."$." to ."51 Fremont .Street.
SAN FRANCISCO.
Manufacturers of New and dealers in Second
hand Boiler. Eneines and Machinery
Of Every Description.
Have constantly In stwk New ano Second-hand
WOO 1 -W( ) K K I N i M A C 1 1 1 N VAl Y,
MACHINISTS' TOI,
IRRIGATING AND PUMPING M.WHINER
PIPING. PIPE-FITTINGS, ETC.
Cata.'.'ifUes and price INm f-"ar(lc( upon apf.!i-
7f2-ly
M. THOMPSON.
A T T O li N E Y - A T - L A W ,
Ami Solicitor in Chancery Ollice, Campbell's
Block, second story, rooms H and tt. Entrance on
Merchant street, Honolulu, II. I. 44 tf
J. M. MGNSARRAT.
ATTORNEY AT LAW
AND
NOTARY PUBLIC.
Real Ktate iu hiijt part of the King
dom Bought. Sold aud Leased on Comrulv.ton,
Loans Negotiated and Legal Documents Drawn
o. 27 MKKCIIAXT NTKEFT,
Gazette Block, Honolulu. 45-tf
Metropolitan Market
, KIXU NTKEKT,
Q, J. WALLER,
pkop:ietor
. L. aTAS'LKY. JOHN BKHCASO.
Sprnance, Stanley & Co.,
Importers and Jobbers of Fine
WHISKIES, WINES AND LIQUORS
410 Front Nt., Nmii FranelMeo.
2 It A w
ISAAC K. UAVIS. HKNKY COWKLL
DAVIS & C0WELL,
M A N V F ACTC H KH 8 OK
Santa Cruz Lime.
IMPORTERS OK ENGLISH PORTLAND CE.
MENT, FLATTER, H RE BRICKS, FIUE
CLAY, Etc.
211-213 DRL'MM Street, bet. tlaT and Waahlngton,
P. O. Bo 2,2l2. NAN FRANClbTO.
J. C. JOHNSON & CO.,
LEATHER, HARNESS, SADDLERY,
FIREMEN'S EQUIPMENTS,
12 and 14 Pine street, Han Francisco, Cal
Agents for Klrby's ttanta t'ru Tanneilm. Sol
Harness aud all other kludu of leather.
4 e8 ! V
H. II. fc.Ll.lS. l. w. MlLLka.
I5L LI S & M 1 1 LE K
Wholesale and Commlssiou Dealer tu
Hay, Grain and Feed
25 and 27 SPEAIl STREET,
Between Market and Mission, HAN FRANCISCO
errler Kollritel. 5dec2-ly
Wlilttier, Fuller '& Co.,
Manufacturem of
PIOXEER WHITE LEAD,
PA CI I1C R UliBER PA IX J ',
PAINTS, OILS, WINDOW GLAKH aud AR
TISTS' MATERIALS,
21-23 Front M., i hnn FraucUco
-d2ft-ly
C. MAIN.
iC. II. WINCHESTER
Clioleeat Meats from Finest IIerl,
R & CO.,
Street,
immense variety of all kiud cf fancy good.
milieu and shipping eupplled on SHORT
3 SEASON.
NOTICE and at the
Lowest Market Prices.
W. C. PEACOCK.
All meats delivered from this market are tho.
ougly ehilled immediately after killing by mean: V- Y4. V.CJ C J Cj v
ofa Bell-Coleman Patent Dry Air Refrigerator rsM...9
Meat so treated retains all its Juicy properties
and i OUAUANTEEH TO KEKP U Ni El .Spirit .Merebaiiln,
A FTKB DELIVERY THAN rRKSHLY
KILLED MEAT. 47-tl
- idLonolulu, JL-JL. I.
PLANTEKS, ATTENTION
EPHANT ' GIN, rellisson'b uncolored,
o qualities shipjied, 7 and 10 years old.
MULES !)V WHISKY,
Jnst received, exihrlgJCONSUELO,
18 Fine yoije-fiik
TVi'are offered for salt Hon reasonable term.
-Spply tc"
WM. G. IRWIN & CO
IOC sap20 tf
IH01Sr-33A.IlK
Fomulation Timbers ! !
We have just received from Australia a few Iron
bark Foundation Timbers.
SIZES 10x21 Jnelies. 12 Feet Lngr.
And IlxlS fiirhe, Hi Feet J,oii-.
Thee liiiilnrii, as th.lr name signifies, are
nearly as nolid aud duralile as irou, and for
foundation purposes, or others of like nature,
canuot be Hiirpasi-e-1.
Ami . w. 1 1 lime's "Flair" Brand of
Cnniicd Xa I in on. irj mchM 87
G. M. Jossclyn & Co.,
Importers and Wholesale Dealers In
Ship Chandlery
38 and io Market Kl Kan Franrisro.
Agents fo Taunton Sheathing Metal Manufacture
Ing Company. 2 e2.t-l y
WATERHOUSE & LESTER,
Importers of
Wagon Lumber
And CARRIAGE MATERIAL.
16 to 22 Ueale Street. Nan Frauclsco.
I3.JV87
LEVI STKAUSS & CO.,
14 and l Uattery strect, San Francisco Cal.
Importers of Foreign and Domestic Drygoods
Hosiery, ladles and Gent's Furnishing Goods
oie Proprietors and Maiiufactiirera of tbe cele-
barted I'ATEN l' RIVETED Cl.OTiiINO
11 lan JS 7
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