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THE PACIFIC COMMEKCIAL ADVERTISER: nOXOLULU. JANUARY 11, 1S97.
fes Piiciiic coarai Afiwerilser Issued Every Morning, Except Sunday, by the HAWAIIAN GAZETTE COMPANY, Von Holt Block, King Street. C. G. BALLENTYNE, Business Manager. Mrs. A. W. Van Y;lkt-nburg and ! j i 1 . 1 . Mrs. II. ('. Alexander. Miss Nellie Alex ander, Miss B. iJickey, ('. F. Alexander. C. F. Alexander, F. B. MeStoeker, Wm Keating. A. G. Dickens, Mong Wang, David Goldstein. Kaaimalani. J. H. Goodhue, Mrs. Ilenning, Capt. Ahlbom Mrs. S. E. Bailey, Mr. Scrimger, W. Frazie and wife, H. I. Baldwin, J. I Cooke. Miss J. Kohana. Mrs. T. Phil- THIS DAY. MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN TION TO POKECLOSE AND OF SALE. Oceanic Steomstiip Compony GANADifliJ-AliSTRALIflN C'LACS SrRECKEI.9. Wm. G. iRvrm. 5 l W li50CSUiJiM 1 -TIT TRAINS. C 3 .STATIONS. -5 X 3 . to Leave Honolulu. I-ave I'earl City Iave Kwa Mill. Arrive Walanae. a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m ..!:40 9:l- 1:43 1:43 5:10 ..7:40 -.:& 2:2 2:2s S:."3 ..8:10 10:13 2:13 2:4J C:ll .. .. 10:34 .. 3:24 6:4 STATIONS. - . 3 : 2. ! 2 rr. 3 S3 "5 -i a o a.m. a.m. p.m. p.m. p.m. Leave Walana 6:41 .. 1:32 .. 4:1 Tave Kwa Mill. ...7:19 9:10 2:07 3:51 4:31 Lave I'earl City. .7:30 9:43 2:3S 4:22 5:12 Arrive Honolulu. ..S:23 10:30 3:11 4:33 5:33 Freight trains will carry passenger ac commodations. F. C. SMITH, Oen. Pass. & Tkt. Aj?t. G. P. IMINISON'. Superintendent. TIDES. SUN AND MOON. DAT. i of ST " ? I 4. A 5. 3 5.53 t t m.'a.m iP.m a.m. Mon II 1I.3.S 8 10, 3.2) 4 5-5 C. 40 '3.37. 0.31 Tues Uam. V. .V 4 6 23 6.40 5.:w l.2" Wed 1 13 t. 42 lt. 1". 4.4" 7.2.3 o 3S 2- Thur 14 1.21 ll.M. 5.3C. 8.l5C.45.rj 3.12 P.m I I Frid '15 4 l.l.V .30 9. Or,. 40 5.4 SAt t; 1 41 2.10; 7.20 J 6.4) 5. 4) dun 17 3.13! 3. 0 8. 8:10. 6.40 3.41 I ; 1 1 I . 1 Full moon, Jn. 18. at 9h 4hhi a in. The tid-s and moon phases are given In Standard time. The time of sun and moon risinj? and setting beinf? Kiven for all ports in the group are in local time, to which the respective corrections to Stand ard time applicable to each different port should le made. The Standard time whistle sounds at 12h fm s (midnight). tJrevnwieh time, which is Hi 30m p. m. of Hawaiian Standard time. Notice is hereby given that by virtue of a power of sale contained in acertain Iips. C. Awai. loung 1 oung, Ah Chow v, . n kcc T7,. T, , . ber.A.D. 1S8C, made by Becky Kamapau and 4i on deck. 1,1-,. t-., Kainapau, her husband, of Hono lulu, Island of Oahu. to J. M. Monsarrat, Trustee for Makanoanoa Piikuahiwi, wife of S. Piikuahiwi of said Honolulu, recorded In the office of the Registrar of Conveyances, in Liber 98 folios 4S6-8, the said J. M. Monsarrat, Trustee aforesaid, Mort gagee, intends to foreclose said mort gage for a breach of the conditions in said mortgage contained, to-wit: the non-payment of both the principal and interest when due. Notice is also hereby given that all and From Maui ports, per Stmr Claudine, Jan. 10. C.5S2 sacks sugar, 252 sacks potatoes, 1C7 sacks corn, 34 hogs. 1 horse and CO packages sundries. Departures. For San Francisco, per O. & O. S. S. Rio de Janero, Jan. 10. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. O. King, Mr. and Mrs. H. Kruse and infant, Cyrus S. Moore. For San Francisco: THE Al STEAMSHIP Austra I i a Will leave Honolulu for the above port -ox-Wednesday, Jan. 13 AT 4 O'CLOCK P. M. STEflAISHiP LINE. CLAUS SPRECKELS & CO, Bankers, HONOLULU ----- H. f. Sas FrasciJ'CO agents The NiviIh lianlc of Sn FthucIm.-o, Steamers of the above line, running in connection with the CANADIAN PA CIFIC RAILWAY COMPANY betweei Vancouver, B. C, and Sydney, N. 8. W. and calling at Victoria. B. C, Honoluls and Suva (FIJI), arc Due at Honolulu: On or about the dates below stated, rls WHARF AND WAVE. DIAMOND HEAD SIGNAL STA TION, Jan. 10, 10 p. m. The weather is clear; wind, fresh N. E. fair The Rio sailed at 8 p. m. for San Francisco. Vessels from Kauai report weather, with smooth seas. The B. P. Cheney will sail tomorrow in ballast for Port Townsend. The Waialeale left Kilauea at 3 p m. Saturday to go to Kalihiwai. ine isjnau win sail at 10 a. m. to morrow for Maui and Hawaii ports. The Kaala arrived at 2 p. m. Satur day from Kahuku, coming via Koko Head. The James Makee returned at noon Sunday from Kapaa with a full Ior.il name of Becky Kaueho by N. P. Ka- of sugar. lehua by deed dated the 26th of SeD- . rhe Mikahala and Kauai, both sailod tember, 18S1, and recorded in the of- The undersigned are now prepared to issue through tickets from this city to all points in the United States. For further particulars regarding singular the lands, tenements and here- Freight and Passage, apply to ditaments in said mortgage contained and described will be sold at public auction at the auction room of W. S. Luce on the corner of Queen and Fort streets In said Honolulu, on Monday, the 4th day of January, A . D. 1897, at 12 o'clock noon of said day. The property In said mortgage is thus described: All that certain piece or parcel of land situate in the Hi of Mahaana, Ha- lelea, Hanalei, in the Island of Kauai, consisting of taro land and con taining an area of 2 acres, 2 rods and 19 perches, and being the same prem ises described in Royal Patent No. 37oy, L. C. Award No. 10,955, to Wa- hineiki, and that was conveyed to the said Becky Kainapau under the G. IIHVIX cv CO.? LTD. General Agents. CHAS. BREWER & CO'S t 01 ttls. From Sydney and Suva For Victoria and Vancouver. B. C. Warrimoo January 26 Boston From Victoria and YancouYer, B. C For Suva and Sydney. j Miowera , January 16 DRAW EXCHANGE ON san Fraucl-iCo-Tke Nevada Bank of sau Francisco. I.ondon The Uuiou Bank of LouJou (Ltd.). New York American Exchange National Bank. Clilcauo Merchants National Bank. lnrls Comptoir National d'Eomrte de Paris. Berlin Prodner Bank. lloiiffkontr ami Yokohama Hongkong and Shanghai Banking Corporation. New Zuland and Australia Bank of New Zealand. Victoria and Vancouver Bauk cl Mon treal. Transoci a General Banking s'Excnanae Business Term and Ordinary Deposits Received. Loans made on Approved Security. Commer cial and Travelers' Credits Issued. Bill of Exchange Bought and Sold. Collections Promptly Accounted. For. NEW EWA PLANTATION CO. STOCK. The bark "Iolani," McCIure, master. Through tickets Issued from Honoluli san irom xew koric ror Hono- to Canada, United States and Europe. For Freight and Passage and all gen eral information, apply to T. H. DA VIES & CO., LTD. General Agents. will lulu on or about January 15th, 1897. For particulars call or address CHAS. BREWER & CO., 27 Kilby Street, Boston. Or C. BREWER & CO., Ltd., Agents, Honolulu. fice of the said Registrar of Convers ances in Liber 97, in folio 341. J. M. MONSARRAT, Trustee for Makanoanoa Piikuahiwi, Mortgagee. Terms: Cash. Deeds at expense of particulars, Stores SHIPPING INTELLIGENCE. Saturday afternoon for Makaweli. The latter took up a load of coal. The Japanese steamer Sakura-Maru sailed at 1 p m. Saturday for Yokoha ma. She put in here for coal. The W. G. Hall, from Kauai, and the purchaser. For further Claudine, from Maui, arrived in port apply to the Mortgagee. about the same time Sunday morning. Dated Honolulu, December 11, 1896 A large number of people were doara at the Fish Market wharf Sundav morning to see the new I. T. S. N. Co.'s steamer Scray come in. The bark S. C. Allen was to have sailed from San Francisco on New Year's day, with a cargo of general merchandise for this port. The American barkentine Matilda, Captain McKenzie, arrived Saturday, 13 days from Port Blakeley. Sho brought GSO.000 feet of lumber for Al- en & Robinson. Notice is hereby given that by virtue The W. G. Hall left 15.750 baes Cf of a power of sale contained in acertain sugar on Kauai, awaiting shipment. It mortgage uatea tne tn day of April, etc., appiy to s stored at the following nointsr ai:i- I 18J maae Dy j. aiaunaitea or Ka- - -- 1 T 1 .1 . M kini. 2,600 bags; Hanamaulu, 1,50; "V, Vr , , , , ai lo A' J uamP" Elfplp r.00! MnkawPli 3 800- Walmo.i "l uuuuimu, Muu ui uanu, irus- ;00; Kekaha, 2,500; Kapaa, 3,400; Ki lauea, 1,000. ceanlc pi! Company In blocks to suit purchasers. Will de liver after January 2nd, 1S97. Enquire of me Howaiion Sole Deposit M inves!- ii Gompany 10 -IN THE- ana nenis The above sale is postponed until MONDAY, January 11th, 1897, same time and place. THIS DAY! MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN TION TO FORECLOSE AND OF SALE. New Loye Building, AUSTRALIAN MAIL SERVICE FORT STREET. FOR SAN FRANCISCO: Included in the apartments are a model suite of rooms, large and com modious, with all modern improve ments. Other rooms wpII nlannpd nan be utilized in connection with this The New and Fln Al Steel Steamshl? suite for renting purposes. This is the . -most desirable flat in the city. .1 Si DTieCia Building now open for inspection. 0f the oceanic Steamship Company will r or particulars as regarus terms, De due at Honolulu from Sydney and AucKiand on or about 403 FORT STREET, HONOLULU. CASTLE & COOKE, Ld., Life and Fire Insurance Ag'ts. AGENTS FOR New England Mutual life insm mm Of Boston. w. A. LOVE. AGENT. ARRIVALS. son. She reported having encountered gale after gale on the voyage down. Saturday, Dec. 9. Stmr Mokolii, Neilsen, from Lahai na. Molokai and Lanai. Stmr Kaala, Thompson, from Oahu ports. Br S. S. Monmouthshire, Evans, day morning from Portland, via Vic irom rortland, via Victoria. toria. She left Portland December Stmr Ke Au Hou, Parker, from Maui 21th. and was 11 days down from Vic- tee, recorded in the office of the Regis Mr rf Pnnxfavon aoct t T tkM -f Oft ll 219-221. the said A. J. Camnhpll This- MimiOnQn JlMmO fllln UAIIOOC! Tfl fll The American barkentine Amelia, tee aforesaid MnrtMW int f lUIIHOIlUU lUUlIll) UUU HUUObO IU Lbl Captain E. Wilier, arrived Saturday foreclose the said mortgage for a breach afternoon, 40 days from Seattle, "with of the conditions in said mortgage con- 4bs,uuj if-et or nimoer anu two tons talned, to-wit: the non-payment of both of grain, consigned to Allen & Robin- the principal and interest when due. Notice is also hereby given, that all and singular the lands, tenements and S-fc. Ath And will leave for the above port with Malls and Passengers on or about that date. i Eli Fire Inn Componi Of Hartford. AS FOLLOWS: 1 House and Lot, Liliha street, a little above School. 2 Two Cottages on Peterson's Lane, & CO., WM. G. IRWIN LIMITED. Wm. G. Irwin.. President and Manager Claus Spreckels Vice President off King street, Kapalama. Three min- FOR SYDNEY AND AUCKLAND: W. M. Giffard..Secretary and Treasurer and Hawaii ports. Am bktne Matilda, McKenzie, from Port Blakely. Am bktne Amelia, Wilier, from Seat tle. Sunday, Jan. 10. O. & O. S. S. Rio de Janeiro, Ward, from Yokohama. Haw stmr Scray. Thompson, from flan Francisco. Stmr W. G. Hall, Haglund, from Kauai ports. Stmr Claudine, Cameron, from Maui ports. Stmr James Makee, Peterson, from Kapaa. Stmr Ke Au Hou, Parker, from a cruise. The Orriron stpampr Monmouthshire hereditaments in said mortgage deed Captain W. A. Evans, arrived Satur- contained and described will be sold ciu puunc uuluuii ine auction room of W. S. Luce on the corner of Queen and Fort streets in said Honolulu, on Monday, the 4th day of January, A. D. 1S97, at 12 o'clock noon of said day. The property in said mortgage .. is thus described, viz: The following pieces or parcels of land situate in said Kawela, namely: l. All those two certain pieces or toria. Her cargo consisted of S00 tons of (lour, hay and general merchandise The Monmouthshire is scheduled to Irave at G this morning for Yokohama The O. & O. S. S. Rio de Janeiro Captain Ward, docked at the Oceanic wharf at 9:30 Sunday morning, 1Q- lutes walk to tram. 3 Three (3) Furnished Rooms in I vicinity of Beretania street and Palace Walk. For particulars apply to WM. L. PETERSON, NOTARY PUBLIC, TYPEWRITER, CONVEYANCER and COLLECTOR. Office: Kaahumanu St. P. O. Box 365. TO LET. DEPARTURES. parcels of land containing an area of days from Yokohama. She brought 9 acres 21 1-3 perches, and more par- 3.1S9 packages, 278 tons of freight to ticularly described in Royal Patent Honolulu, and had a heavy cargo for j Woo, L.and Commission Award Snn Francisco. Passengers: Three 1- issued to Meau, grandfather of cabin, for Honolulu and 5 through; 71 lu bdIU J- aunaKea rhlnrco nnrl 1 90 .TnnnnPSP fnr TInnn- All that tract O lulu. Chung Leong. Chinese immigra- SaeIa Village containing an area of all modern tion agent, returned European steer- J1'41 ac!es and be,ng l?e same Prem" grounds. ncic wuvceu iu iuaunaioa, iic ittiut-i ui auiu j . 4iaunaKea Dy ine I r ri - a i r- TriIStfPa nf Hio Pctnto WT C T I O t i Cm - v - v, u9wi.& vf. ... vy. isKina.' lilo by deed dated March 3. 1891. 3. All those two certain nieces or Corner of Lunaliio and Pensacola The new and fine Al Steel Steamship Mariposa Of the Oceanic Steamship Company wll) be due at Honolulu from San Francisci on or about Jan. 14th And will have prompt dispatch with Mails and Passengers for the abort ports. Theo C. Porter Auditor SUGAR FACTORS COMMISSON AGENTS AGENTS FOR THE Oceanic Steamship Companj Of San Francisco, Cal. The residence of E. R. Hendry, cor ner Kinau and Pensacola streets. 2. All that tract of land "West of House contains eight rooms and has conveniences. Large C. I II. age. LiIit. Oriental Travel The big steamship Belgic sailed for the Orient yesterday with an immense Saturday, Dec. 9. l1 ut .. nnsspnrpr. savs thf San t rancisro Stmr Iwalanl. Smythe. for Lahalna, chronicle of December 30. There was Honokaa and Kukuihaele Stmr Kauai, Bruhn. for. Makaweli. Jap S. S. Sakura-Maru, Mrad for Yokohama. Stmr Kb Au Hou. Parker, for Kukui haele. Sunday, Jan. 10. O. & O. S. S. Rio de Janero, Ward, for San Francisco. the usual gay scene at the dock, ihe waving of handkerchiefs and all that. but not a passenger stood on the hur ricane deck as the steamer drew ff from the dock. Travel is never very heavy at this season of theiyear, but such a dearth f it just now is ascribed by the know- parcels of land containing an area of streets, five lots, 75 feet by 125 feet 3 97-100 acres and being a part of A pa- each. The most desirable residence na 28 of Land Commission Award No. property for sale on the plains. For 8559B to W. C. Lunaliio and the same terms, apply to premises that were conveyed to the MRS. E. R. HENDRY, said J. Maunakea by the said Trustees 44S8-tf Telephone 301. of the Estate of W. C. Lunaliio by deed dated July 19, 1880 and recorded In the office of the said Registrar in Liber 64 on folios 297-298. 4 The undivided half or moietv of all that certain tract of land situate at Makahakupeia, Kona in said Island of The Undersigned Are Now Pre pared to Issue Through Tickets to AH Points in the United States. For Sale or To Let. For further particulars regarding Freight or Passage, apply to G. IRWIX & CO., LTD. General Agents. Queen Street, - Honolulu, II, I. AGENTS FOR Hawaiian Agricultural Company, Ono mea Sugar Company, Honomu Sugar Company, Wailuku Sugar Company, Waihee Sugar Company, Makee Sugar Company, Haleakala Ranch Company, Kapapala Ranch. Planters' Line San Francisco Packets, Chas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of Boston Packets. Agents Boston Board of Underwriters. Agents for Philadelphia Board of Underwriters. Three houses near Punahou College, containing from seven to nine rooms, rr ones to the widespread reports that Molokai. containing an area of 50 acres r. qt,h r, n. m: mij'ua cum n-.m niscnat-a .m- anu oeing ine same premises aescriDea VESSELS LEAVING TO-DAY, Stmr Kaala, Thompson, for Lahalna. Stmr James Makee, Peterson, for Kapaa at 4 p. m. Stmr Mokolii. Neilsen, for Maui, Mo lokai and Lanai ports, at 5 p. m. Br S. S. Monmouthshire, Evans, for Yokohama at 6 a. m. PASSENGERS. Arrivals. From Portland, Ore., per S. S. Mjh mouthshire, Jan. 9. Mr. and Mrs. Tag gert and child. M. Goetz, E. M. Win gate and F. Wilson. From Yokohama, per S. 3. Rid dc 9. O. Tollopson and 15 on deck. From Yokohama. Per S. S. Rio de Janeiro, Jan. 10. J. H. Van Vloten, Miss M. Hall and E. Langhelm. From Kauai ports, per stmr W. G. Hall. Jan. 10. Paul Isenberg, Sr.; H. F. Glade, A. Isenberg, Mons. A.- Vizza vona, Mrs. P. Isenberg, Miss John.on, Misses M. and E. Wilcox. Miss M. Schu bert, Misses A. and H. Bertelmann. Mrs. Crowningbrrg. G. Wilcox, Charles Wilcox. C. D. Pringle. J. R. Bush, E. j Andersen, E. Deverill. Mrs. Kohale ar.d child and 54 on deck. From San Francisco, per stmr Scray, Jan. 10. Mrs. Davis and Mrs. Wilson. From Kapaa. per stmr James Ma kee, Jan. 10. Mr. and Mrs. S. G. O. King and 7 on deck. From Maui, per Claudine, Jan. 10. nldcmic in the Orient. The statement in Royal Patent No. 2544 issued to the is laughed at by the officers of the Pe- said Maunaloa. ru, wnicn is tne latest arrival irom ine au oi tne aoove mentioned and de- other side. Purser Puckering says scribed premises being the same that that there are a few cases of smallpox were conveyed to the said J. Maunakea at Kobe, but nowhere else on the Japan by Margaret Campbell, et al., by deed coast. The American Consul, he as- dated April 2th, 1S92, and recorded in the office of the said Registrar In Liber 135 on folios 461-3. A. J. CAMPBELL, Trustee, Mortgagee. Terms Cash. Deeds' at expense of For further particulars healthy locality. Apply to J. A. BUTTERFIELD, Punahou street. TIME TABLE. serts. in his ambition to make a recor.1, has declared that smallpox was epi demic without making a proper Inveo titration. One result has been the ob- e c i-v-! ti r-n nf nnnrnntino pii1p hprp thrit - v a . v . v t v . . ...... . . , . . . . - - drive passengers over the Canadian pu,aser Ttytfn n T'i Anrll Thorn 1 rr I "PP'y 10 those who believe that the smallpox scare is responsible for the Belglc's light load yesterday. J. A. BUTTERFIELD. CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER. Estimats given. Repairs and alter ations made. Work given prompt at tention. Telephone 851. 4429-3.T1 FOR SALE. LOCAL LINE. S. S. Australia: LIST OF OFFICERS. P. C. Jones, president; Geo. H. Rob ertson, manager; E. F. Bishop, treasurer and secretary; Col. W. F.. Allen, audi tor; C. M. Cooke, H. Waterhouse, G. R. Carter, directors. The Yokohama Specie Bank LIMITED. Subscribed Capital Yen 12,000,000 Paid Up Capital Yen 4,500,000 Reserve Fund Yen 4,130,003 J. M. MONSARRAT, Attorney for Mortgagee. Dated Honolulu, Dec. 11, 1896. From San Francisco. Feb. 2. Mar. 2. Mar. 30. Apr. 27. Kaluaaha ranch, on Molokai; area, about 1270 acres fee simple; large and Returns in Distress. The Ke Au Hou returned at 8 o'clock Sunday right in distress. She sailed Saturday afternoon for Kukuihaele. Early Sunday morning, when between Maui av? tnwaii, her water tank burst, and all of its precious con tents quir'-!'' disappeared. There be ing no other tnnk board of a size to hold sufiicierf v'r Captain Par ker decided tr -rv- o port. T??-0ve sale is PstPned "n"1 complete map of the lands; agricult jiu.nuai, January nth, 1897, sime time and place. LOST. Two Postal Savings Bank pass books, Nos. HS5 and IISS. Finder will please return to office of W. O. Smith, Fort street. 450l-3t. ROOMS FOR RENT. ural, grazing, fruit and coffee lands. This estate will make a delightful home; yield full return for labor and good interest on the capital invested. Apply to J. ALFRED MAGOON, Next Postofflce, in Honolulu. 43l6-tf THROUGH From San Francisco For San Francisco. Jan. 13. Feb. 11. Mar. 11. Apr. 8. May 6. LINE. From Sydney HEAD OFFICE; YOKOHAMA BRANCHES AND AGENCIES. Kobe, London, Lyons, New York, San Francisco, Shanghai. Bombay, Hong Kong. Transacts a General Banking and Ex change Business. Agency Yokohama Specie Bank, For Sydney. For San Francisco. NEW REPUBLIC Bldg. Honolulu, H. I. Arrive Honolulu. Leave Honolulu. QUARTERLY MEETING, ER & COMPANY, C. BREW-LTD. WHITE. at 7:."2 Claron KAN I'll I', nary 10, Kanchiv.-a, ":UN'. i ) 's rity. January 9, 1S97, ' f. -'g. to the wifo of iiite. a 12 pound boy. . In this city, on Jan ;s'7. to the wife of E. M. -, daughters. Rooms recently occupied by Mr. D. Howard Hitchcock as studios in the Kilohana Art League premises, up stairs, corner of Fort and Hotel Sts. Apply to W. M. Graham, opposite Post Office. 4493-tf The regular Quarterly Meeting of the Shareholders of the C. Brewer & Company, Limited, will be held at the office of the Company in Honolulu, on Friday, Jan. 15th, 1S97, at 10 a. m. E. F. BISHOP. Secretary, Dated Honolulu, Jan. 7th. 1S97. 4501-td Mariposa. . .Jan. 14Alameda. ...Feb. 4 Monowai . . . Feb. UMariposa . . . Mar. 4 Alameda. . .Mar. 11 Monowai. . .Apr. 1 Mariposa. ..Apr. 8 Alameda Apr. 29 Monowai. . .May 6 FOR SALE. ESTABLISHED IN 1858. BISHOP & COa Bankers TRANSACT A GENERAL BANKING AND EXCHANGE BUSINESS. Residence at Punahou, containing 7 rooms and outhouses; electric lights; hot and cold water in kitchen and bath room. Corner lot 100x200, well im proved with fruit and ornamental trees and plants. Apply "A." Advertiser office. 4S91-tf. 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