DAlLi PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVE11TIBER, MAX 27, 1891.
OAHD RAILWAY k LAND CO
FROM AND AFTER MAY 1, 1891
A.M. A.M. P.M. P.M
Leave Honolulu. ..6:15 8:45 1:45 4:301
Arrive HonoallnllJ:20 9:49 2:49 5:35t
Leave Honoallall. 730: 10:51 3:51 5:45
Arrive Honolulu. . 8:35 1 1:55 4:55 8:50t
PEABL CITY LOCAL.
Leave Honolulu 5:30 ...
Arrive Pearl City 6:07 ..,
Leave Pearl City ..6:03 .... -. ,
Arrive Honolulu. ..6:40 ,
t Saturdays only. -
8uniays excepted. . 2708-q
Tcesdat. May 2G,
O 3 8 Australia, Houdlette, 6 days and
.19 hours from San Francisco.
Am tern Mary Dodge, Gallop, 24 days
irom ureica, ual.
Tcesdat, May 26.
Nor bk Borghild, Haguelund, for Puget
Stmr Kinau, Clarke, for Maui and Ha
Stmr Claudine, Davies. for Maui.
Stmr Waiateate, Chaney. for Kauai at
Stmr Pele, timjthe, for Koloa, Waimea
Stiur Lebua, Fitzgerald, for Onomea,
Feneekeo and nouumu.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Morrison, for
ban V runcisco.
bchr Kawailani for Eoolau.
Schr Lavinia for Koolau.
bchr Ka Hae Hawaii tor Koolau.
VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY.
Stmr C R Bishop, Le Claire, for Kahuku
ana runaiuu at y a m.
bchr Kauliluii for Kauai.
Schr Luka for Kobala.
SJtiur James Makee, Macaulay. for
Kapaa at 5 p m.
bchr Muiwahine for Koholalele.
PASS EM CiE IIS.
From San Francisco, per OSS Aus
tralia. May 2G H M Black and wife. Hon
Cecd Brown, Dr J Brodie, Frank Bruen,
James Campbell, wife, 3 children and
maid, Mrs Bruce Cartwrigbt. 2 children
and maid, S M Carter and wife, Miss Kthel
Carter, Miss Florence Carter, Miss M K
Dowsett, T Fishel, M Oartenberg, C Ham
mer, D B Harrison and wife, Mrs M T
Harrison, WFC Hasson, M ss Hathaway,
Mrs J Kirkland, Hon V Knudsen, Mrs
Geo A Ludin, Miss Viria E Mellor, Miss N
Mitchell, Dr B Morton, W C Peacock,
Mrs W F Pogue and infant, H K Robert
son, Oeo Kuuick, Miss baffery, B F baylor
and wife. H W Smoyer, J tinyder, W M
btroud, Mrs D D Stubbs and son, Miss
Minnie L Stubbs, Mrs I Q Tewksbury and
child, Miss Blanch Tisdale, Mrs VV
Tucker and 2 children. Wu Walters, Miss
Anna 8 Walker, Mrs M J Wells, Miss C D
Wilder, Mrs A Yung and 2 children, Miss
N Young, Miss 8 Young.
For Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
May 26 For Volcano: W M 8troud and
H K. Robertson. For way ports: Hon ri
P Baldwin, Miss Bond, Mrs Beck well, J
Hind, wife and son, G W R King, C
Kaisar, Hon C B Wilson, L Aseu and
daughter. M Koki and son, W H Daniels,
Hon J O Carter, C L Wight, Deputy Attorney-General
Chas Creighton, F C Eaton
and 40 deck passengers.
tor Mam, per stmr Ulaudine, May 26
Miss H K Wilder, H Gunn and wife, Miss
Musgrove, W F Pogue, wife and children,
Miss S A Saffrey, Mr and Mrs Shepherd,
Miss Shepnerd, and 50 deck passengers.
The steamer Iwalani will leave to-morrow
morning for Maui and Hawaii.
The five-master Louis will commence
unloading coal near the P. M. 8. 8. Co. 'a
wharf this morning.
The American tern W. S. Bowne, ori
ginally built for the Hawaiian sugar trade,
and which recently went ashore on the
Japan coast, has been condemned and
sold at Hakodate. It was oti'y a few years
ago, when in command of Captain W.
Bluhra, she grounded near the entrance
of the harbor. The tug Eleu went out
and pulled her off from her unfortunate
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch took
on Tuesday. Mav 26th, 26,516 bags sugir,
valued at "$90,882.87. The shippers wer
as follows: F. A. Schaefer & Co.,' 2,151
bags sugar; Theo. H. Davies & Co., 3.666
bags sugar; C. Brewer & Co.. 10.153 bags
sugar; Castle & Cooke, 10.546 bags sugar.
The crgo weighed 3.232,491 pounds.
- The bark Colusa is still in the stream
with her 1.785 tons of Australian coal, fe'be
was 70 days coming from Newcastle, New
JTne American tern Mary Dodge.Captaan
J. T. Gallop, anchored in the stream oi
Tuesday. May 26th. She was 24 days from
Departure Bay. California, and brought
279,863 feet lumber, 2 M pickets, and 200
M R. W. shingles for Messrs. Lewers &
LATEST SAN FRANCISCO SHIPPISG SEWS.
The following vessels have arrived at
San Francisco from the Hawaiian King
dom since the departure of the barkentine
S. G. Wilder for Honolulu early on the 7th
inst. As may be seen in the list of arrivals
twlow, six merchant vessels laden with
sugar arrived at San Francisco from var
ious ports of this Kingdom on May 7th.
Arrivals May 7ih, brigantine Consuelo
from Kuhului; bk. Albert, 15 days from
Honolulu; bk.Hesper, 18 days from Hono
lulu; bknte. S. N. Castle, 15 days from
Honolulu; schr. Lottie Carson, 14 days
from Honolulu; schr. Eva, Wikman, 20
days from Mabukona; May 8th, schr.
Anna, 13 days from Kahului; May 11,
stmr, Australia, 14 days from Honolulu;
May 11, stmr. Alameda, 6 days from Hono
lulu. Departures May 8th, schr. J. G. North,
for jtiahukona; May 16th, bknte. W. ;i.
Diuiond for Honolulu; May 17th, bknte.
Irmgard for Honolulu.
Port Blakelt May 16th, arrived, bk.
Harvester from Honolulu.
Spoken April 25th, lat. 29 N., long. 20
W German bk. H. Hackfeld, from Liver
pool for Honolulu: March 30th, lat. 30 N.,
long. 33 W., British bk. Callao from Liver
pool for Honolulu.
Newcastle, N. S. W. In port, Nor. ship
Hugesund for Honolulu. Sailed April 11th,
bk. Newsboy for Honolulu.
Memorandum of Voyage.
The O. S. S. Australia, H. C. Houd
lette, Master, sailed from San Fran
cisco, Tuesday, May 19th, at 2 p. m.
with 67 cabin and 28 steerage pas
sengers, and arrived at Honolulu,
Tuesday, May 26th, 9 a. m., with
1,128 tons general merchandise and
Weather May 19th to 22d, strong
N. W. winds and rough Bea; May
23d to port, moderate to . strong
trades and fine'weather.
LOCAL AND GENERAL.
Old papers suitable for wrapping
pnrposes for sale at the Adtektiseb
The Kilauea Volcano House Com
pany has some interesting informa
Purser E. A. Keil of the Australia
has again favored us with news
favors. Many thanks.
The annual business meeting o
the Strangers' Friend Society wil
be held at the Y. M. C. A. parlors at
z p. m. to-day.
The Woodlawn Dairy and Stock
Co. has a notice in this issue that
should be read by those having ac
counts with that company.
Court Diary. Wednesday, May
27. In re guardianship of Hall,
minors; guardianship of W.Ju. Aus
tin, 1 p. m., before Judd, C. J.
The participants in the programme
to be carried out at the 1. M. U. A
hall Thursday evening are hard ai
work practicing their respective
Quite a number of Honolulu's soci
ety people will adjourn to Remond
Grove to-morrow evening, the event
being a dancing party under the
management of the members of the
dancing class. -
The Australia brought 138 bags
and 1,700 mats of rice, equal to
about 40 tons or 80,000 pounds, not
a week's supply for Honolulu alone
Well, the new rice crop will begin to
come in about June 10th to 15th.
On the first page will be found a
decision of the Supreme Court,
ordering a new trial where the ver
diet of jury was not in accordance
with th evidence at the trial. On
the fourth page is a communication
v-?Bv the Australia's mail the offi
cers of the Oceanic Council of the
American Legion of Honor received
a draft for $5,000. The money is
the amount due on the insurance
policy on the life of the late Kinsr
ivaiaKana. ine money goes to n
"W i i .
H. Princess Poomaikalani.
The Late Dr. Furry.
The many friends of Dr. J. D.
Furry, while having little hope of
his recovery when he left here sev
eral weeks ago, will be sorry to learn
of his death. He died at Chicago
April 21st. From a letter written
by his father to a friend here it is
learned that the doctor made the
voyage to San Francisco with no
serious results. They were delayed
in San Francisco for two days and a
half in the hopes of getting a draw
ing room car, but finally had to take
a sleeper. Soon after starting acrosa
the continent, he began to fail rap
idly. A few hours after the arrival
at Chicago death relieved the doctor
of his sufferings. His remains were
aken to Dunnville, Canada, where
the funeral took place Sunday,
Dr. John Del area a Furry was a
native of Canada. He commenced
and continued for several years to
practice his profession at Peoria, 111.
About a year sgo he came to these
Islands on account of his health,
hoping the mildness
would tend to cure
of the climate
his lung com
doubt the cli-
plaint. There is no
mate did prolong
bis life, but the
end was apparent.
Shortly after his
ather's arrival they both started for
the east, but his strength failed and
he died as mentioned above.
ath of Mrs. James. F. B. Mar
This sad event occurred only two
days after the death of her husband,
and though she was ill at the time,
no one supposed that death was so
near as proved to bo the case. A
correspondent of the Boston Tran
script, referring to the death of the
General and his wife says:
United as they were in their lives
death bas not separated them. It is
rare in human experience that such a
history is closed together. With a
mutual tenderness and devotion that is
seldom seen to such a degree in mar
ried life, they filled the ideal of that
relation, and gave to it an added sanc
tity in the minds of all who knew the
rare beauty of their united lives. Living
the long years together in happy service
to all about them, with wide sympa
thies and varied interests, there seemed
to be in them but one heart and mind
and soul in the work of life. The no
bility of the character of one was but a
type of the beauty of the character of
the other, and now leaving the infirmi
ties of the years behind them, and know
ing nothing of that separation which is
the common lot of man, they enter upon
the heavenly life together. The fair
earth is blooming as they are laid to
rrst, and they are with God in his here
after, "whither their works do follow
Supreme Court At Chambers.
Tuesday. May 26.
BEFORE JUDD, C. J. -
Estate E. Kualii. Probate of will.
Ordered that the will be admitted to
probate and that letters testamen
tary thereon be issued to Miss
Fannie Markham, executrix, therein
named under 100 bond.
Estate C. Mow Keung. Probate of
will. Ordered that the will be ad
mitted to probate and that letters
testamentary thereon be issued to
Young Chee and Chang Chock Run,
the executors therein named.
Estate Richard Meek. Probate of
the wU. Ordered that temporary
letters of administration be issued to
Henry Smith, the executor named in
the will, under 500 bond, and that
hearing for probate be continued
until June 10th next.
Estate of Lake McShane. Probate
of will. Ordered that the will be ad
mitted to probate and that letters
testamentary be issued to Rev. Alex.
Amnn th rumsfincprs of tha Ans-
tralia are James Campbell, wife and
children, wno nave oeen aDseni lor
canard mnnlKa in Trol a ri rl Tvnrrlnrwl
and the Continent
Hons. Cecil Brown and Yaldimer
Knudsen, both members of the Na
tional Legislature, who have been
absent 6ince the close of last session,
returned yesterday. Mr. K. is from
Boston, where his family are resid
ing, and Mr. Brown is from Europe,
which he has " done " pretty
Judge A. S. Hartwell expects to
return soon with his family to reside
in this city permanently.
Among the returning passengers
per Australia, are the family of Mr.
Alex. Young. They arrive just in
time to re-open the old family home
stead, which has recently been re
built and made very attractive, ex
ternally as well as internally.
Dr. J. Mott Smith, who has been
residing in Boston for some years
past, will revisit the islands during
the summer, accompanied by two of
ma daughters. . t
f ."Mr. and Mrs. Judge Austin; of
Hilo, left for San Francisco in the
(bark Harvester, on the 20th inst., for
a three months' vacation in the Pa
cific Coast States. Previous to their
departure a very pleasant reception
was tendered them.
xjt.o. iroaie returned luesaay,
after an extended trip to Europe
xne doctor is mucn improved in
health, having grained nearly thirty
pounds in weight. Daring his jour
ney he was cordially received by
many of his former associates in the
mi i i i
medical profession. He attended the
German Medical Congress at Berlin,
where Koch's lymph was a subject of
discussion. The lymph is becoming
less used every day : in London its
use has nearly ceased.
Miss Mary K. Dowsett, after a
6hort visit to the Coast, has returned
Mr. D. B. Harrison, advance asrent
for John L. Sullivan Company, is
stopping at the Hawaiian Hotel. He
will endeavor to see what the pros
pects are for an exhibition to be
given here by the actor John L., as
mentioned some time ago in these
Mr. W. C. Peacock is again to be
seen in town after a trip abroad.
Miss Anna S. Walker, daughter of
Mr. J. S. Walker, President . of the
late session of the Legislature, ar
rived home by the Australia.
Mr. C. E. Arnold, who taught in
the Government schools on Hawaii
and Maui for nearly a year and a
half, has been admitted by the Su
preme Court of California to prac
tice law in that State. For the
present he has accepted a position
in the office of the City and County
Attorney of San Francisco.
Marshal Wilson has gone to Maui
to attend to some duties on that
island. He will probably remain
here till the return of the royal
A very large mail was received by
he Australia. It came at a bad time i
for the Post Office Department, as
three of the most efficient handlers
of the mail, Messrs. O. Swaio, Geo.
Desha and . Wodehouse, are at
home seriously nursing an aggra
vated attack of the grippe. How
ever, the mail was quickly assorted
and sent out. Through the kindness
of the Wilder Steamship Company
the Kinau was held for an hour, thus
being able to take the entire mail,
both letters and papers, to all points
on Hawaii. Had this not been done,
hat island would have had to wait
ten days lor its mail. The entire
mail for Eauai and Maui was also
sent, and Molokai's share would
have gone too had there been a
steamer for that island.
Arrivals at the Hamilton House.
H. W. Smayer, New York; J. J3.j
Hooner and wife, California; Mrs.
Cogswell, Massachusetts; J. E. Le
Ballister, J. A. Dunker, Mrs. D. D.
Stnbbs, Miss Minnie S. Stubbs, Mr.
Wm. D. Stubbs, San Francisco.
SPECIAL. BUSINESS ITEMS.
New Fruits per Australia.
TOR has arrived: Cherries,
Cauliflower, Salmon, Rock
Cod, Flounders, Oysters in tins and shell ;
also Limes, Lemons, etc.
California Frcit Market.
2774-3t Mutual Telephone 378.
An Elegant Line of BOYS'
SUITS to hand, per Discov-
erv." Finest material at Low
SUMMER STYLES of Fine
STRAW HATS of this Summer's Pattern.
Men's Elegant SILK HATS.
Black, Pearl and Brown DERBY
HATS in all Shapes. See our new
Derby " for young men. Just look at
t - mr 1 n t
our ew invoice oi Men s anu jdoys
New Designs in Elegant NECKWEAR.
2770-6t " M. McINERNY.
ACCOUNTS DUE THE WOOD-
lawn Dairv and Stock Company of
more than sixty days standing, if not set
tled on or before the 15th day of June, 1891,
will be placed in the hands of a Collector.
All customers who fail to pay their bills
within sixty days after the bills have been
presented will be liable to have their milk
stopped without further notice.
WOODLAW'N DAIRY & STOCK CO.
2775 2w Fbak Pabktr. Manager.
Gtule Club, Notice!
THE REGULAR MEETING OF THE
Gade Club will be held at the residence
of Dr. J. S. McGrew, on the evening of
TUESDAY. June 2d, at 8 o'clock.
J. W. YARNDLEY,
We have selected two or
Croup, three lines from letters
freshly received from pa
rents who have given German Syrup
a- ' . . -. i .
to tneir cniiaren in me emergencies
ot Croup. You will credit these,
because they come from good, sub
stantial people, happy in finding
w flat so many xamiiies lack a med
icine containing no evil drug, which
mother can administer with con
fidence to the little ones in their
most cntical hours, safe and sure
that it will carry them through.
Ed. L. Willits, of
Mrs. JAS.W. Kirk,
Alma, Neb. I gi e it
to my childrenwhen
troubled with Croup
and never saw any
preparation act like
it. It is simply mi
raculous. Daughters' rv.1lrr
Harrodsburg, Ky. f
have depended uoon
it in attacks of Croup
wiia my mue daugh
ter, and find it an In
Fully one-half of our customers
are mothers who use Boschee's Ger
nan Syrup among their children.
A medicine to be successful with the
little folks must be a treatment for
the sudden and terrible foes of child
hood, whooping cough, croup, diph-
J theria and the dangerous inflamma
tions of delicate throats and lungs.
For Yokohama &Mm
The Al Steel Steamship
Miike Mara "
3300 Tons Register,
. Will be due here on or about the
28th Day of May,
And on her return to Yokohama will take
.freight and FasseDgers.
XT"For farther information, apply to
Win. G. Irwin & Co., LU,
DE. M. E. GEOSSMANi
OAS RETURNED TO HONOLULU
and has resumed practice at his old of-
98 Hotel Street.
Office Hocrs 8:30 a. m. to 4 p.
TY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EXE-
J cution issued out of the Supreme Court,
on tne zotn aay ot Apru, A. v. 1891, 1
against C. L. Brito et als. defendants, I
in favor of M. A. Gonsalves plaintiff.
for the sum of 13,146.75, I have levied
upon and shall expose for sale at the
front entrance of Kalakaua Uale, in the
district 01 Hon a, Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
at 12 M. of THURSDAY, the 7th day
June, A. D. 1891, to the highest bidder, alt
the right, title and interest of the said
C. L. Brito et als., defendants, in and to
the following property, unless said judg
ment, interest, costs and my expenses be
List of property for sale : One printing
press ana au materials tnerewitn hereto
fore used in printing the Aurora Hawaii-
ano newspaper; 1 bedstead, 2 mattresses,
z piuow9, 1 mosquito net, l small round
tables, 9 chairs, 1 iron stand for washing,
1 large writing desk, 1 small book stand, 1
large bathing tub, 2 small lamps, 2 big rolls
Chinese matting, 1 trunk containing books.
'I picture frames with picture, 1 picture
frame (no mcture), 1 round gilded clock,
1 round small clock, 1 large trunk.
(Sig.) CHAS. B. WILSON,
Honolulu, May 7, 1891.
To Bathers at Waikiki
THE PROPRIETOR OF LONG
BRANCH BATHS begs to announce
to the public that the wonderful Marine
Toboggan, at Waikiki, is now in very
successful operation, affording the most
enjoyable and exhilarating exercise to
sea bathers, and a sport without an
equal in the world for old and young.
Wednesdays and Thursdays will be re
served more especially for ladies and
children. A ride costs only Five (5)
Cents. For further information, apply
to C. J. SHERWOOD,
Hawaiian Hotel Guests !
CPEC1AL NOTICE Those wishing to
J make arrangements for driving par
ties, hacks, livery, etc., should step across
the way to the HOTEL STABLES. We
have the largest assortment of convey
ances in Honolulu, and can do your work
at the lowest rates. Not being allowed by
the management the privilege accorded
other stables of an electric hell, we are
obliged to rely more on the telephones.
Wishing a hack, ring up No. 32, and your
order will receive prompt attention by
well-behaved and competent drivers.
S. I. SHAW,
Notice of Assignment.
OTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT
Kwong Fook Yuen of Maunakea St.,
Honolulu, H. I., has this day made an as
signment of all his business to the under
signed for the benefit of his creditors.
Persons having claims against the said
Kwong Fook "iuen are requested to pre
sent their bills to the undersigned within
thirty days from date, otherwise they will
forever be barred, and those owing the
said Kwong Fook Yuen must make imme
diate payment to the undersigned.
(Sd.) WONG CHOW,
TING CHUCK LUNG.
Honolulu. Mav 23, 1891. 2772-lw
Daily Advertiser 50c. per month.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN-
Steel and Iron Banges,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS AND KITCHEN UTENSILS,
AGATE WARE IN GREAT VARIETY,
White, Gray and Silver-plated.
LIFT AND FORCE PUMPS, WATER CLOSETS, METALS,
Plumbers' Stock, Water and SoilPipes.
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
HDLLISTEK & CO.,
SOLE GENTS FOR THE
.A. Full Line
THE PREMISES ON KAAHU
manu street, at present occupied
by T. H. Davies & Co.. and ad
joining their new building.
For particulars enquire of
J AS. L. MCLEAN,
at Inter-Island S. N. Co.'s office.
ADVERTISER is the Leading
Daily Taper of the Islaud.
UT WE HAVE THE LARGEST
Stoves, Ranges, Cctleby, Glassware i
and Uuina there is on the Islands !
LW By recent arrivals we have ad
ded largely to our Stock of
SILVER WARE and
So that it is, to-day, the best in the city 1 1
Manila Rope, all sites;
Celebrated Pansy Stores, and I
Golden Anvil Steel Ranges.
The oxly Windmill made of Steel and
that will run m a dead calm !
New Easy and Pennsylvania Lawn
PAINTS. OILS AND VARNISHES
Carpenters' and Machinists' Tools,
EJtJT Which we sell at Prices Lower
THAN EVER BEFORE !
Fort St., Opp. Spreckels Block.
Stoves and Fixtures,
and Sheet Iron Work.
- 2651 - q
NAPA SODA WATER
109 Fort Street.
Strayed or Stolen.
jT- FROM THE JAPANESE COS
VzTfl sulate, Nuuanu street, a dark
TJl chestnut Horse. 8 vears old.
about 15 hands high, with white
spot between the eyes; shod on all four
feet. Anyone returning the same or giv
ing inrorniation wmcn win lead to its re
covery will be handsomely rewarded.
OEADTHE DAILY ADVERTISER
ll if yon want the latent news.
h i n
C. BREWER & CO.
OFFER FOR BALK,
The following lines, JUST ARRIVED
Per Bark Fooling Suey
105 DAYS FROM BOSTON!
Frazer's Axle Grease,
AN ASSORTMENT OF
CENTENNIAL ROCKING CHAIRS,
Iluckin'a Canned Soaps,
Boston Canned Brown Bread,
Caiter's Combined Writing and Copying
Carter, Dinsmore A Cos Bine Black
Ash Plank, Fire Clay
Shooks for Molasses Barrels,
Manila Cordage, x
CORNING BUGGIES TOP;
Surry Carryalls attention top;
Cut-under Carryalls; extention top ;
1 6-SEAT CARRYALL!
1 Platform Gear, Victoria ;
BAGGAGE EXPRESS WAGONS,
Mule Carts, Hand Carts.
fff"M the above to be closed oat at
LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES !
23The Goods are NOW BEING
LANDED from the vessel and will be on
INSPECTION daring the coming week.
Honolulu, May 15, 1891.
C. BREWER & CO., Limited,
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
PER IRON BARKS CHARLOTTE
AND J. C. PFLUGER, FROM
GERMANY AND ENG
LAND: White iBros. Portland
Fire Bricks, Fire Clay,
Steel Bails, Fish Plates, Bolts and
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
Fence Wire Staples, black and gal
Bags, Bagging and Twine,
Wrapping Paper, Printing Pajer,
Stack & Brovnlow's Filters,
Vienna Furniture and Iron Garden
Liquors, Beer, etc.
Crockery and Glassware, Demijohns,
etc., etc., etc. 2714-tf
New Store! New Goods!
GENT'S FURNISHING GOODS,
BOY'S WAISTS, Etc.,
BOY'S A MISSES' HATS,
JUST RECEIVED PER AUSTRALIA
THE CHOICEST LOT OF
Millinery,FIowers,Feathers & Novelties
Ever Seen in Honolulu.
X7"Nsw Goods Evert Steauex.
Mclntyre Block, Fort Street.
HE ADVERTISER la the Faner far
all classes; 00c. per month.
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