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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 November 1886

U I IVOL J ft Vi m i DREAMING km zmzmsa drcftmcil as I slopt last nlRlifc And bocanso tlio wild wind blow And bocnuso tlio plash of tho nngry rnln Fell lioilvliy on uio wuiuuw initio I hoard In my dream tlio sob of tho main On tlio scnooaru mm l Know I dreamed as I Blept lait ntjilit I And becauso tlio obks outsiurj fiwnvod and uroanod to tho mshliin blast f heard tho crash of tho stricken mast And tho walling Mlirlok ns tho galo swepl past And cordago and sail roplled 1 ilronmod as I slept last night And becnuso my hoart was thoro I saw whoro tno Btars anono laro ana a brlitht And tho hoathor budded upon tho hlghl With tno uross auuvo it manning white 1 ti Nf ilj urouui ua vuijr 41114 I dronmed as I slopt last night And becauso of its cuarm for mo The Inland voices had power to toll Of tho sights mm tho Bounds I lovo sc vnrt tlioy wrapt my fancy In tho spell h Wove only by tho sea All tho Year Hound A Crniofor litisalnu Noviln In a literary wiy Boston is giving Itself over to tho r...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 November 1886

R U m ir Ml i i ii i ii iiiii - - - i THE I DAILY HERALD is ruiiMsiuu EVERY MORNlNG EXCEPT SUNDAYS FoKTMKiltOrMBTOK V llllt lWW lUHUI VIINU Co t IIMITKI At tho Oinow No CO MBiuhiint St miens or tiviisournoK Per annum w 600 Si montns - 300 Hire months iv ljo 1er month 50 d Postage additional iAt Utihacr Ipttoim Jtitfabe in AilvnUcr Hricf communication from all parts of the Kingdom will always b acceptable All matters intended for publication in well as bud neu communications and advertisements should be addressed to VTHE DAILY HURAM TUESDAY NOVEMBER 2 1S86 THE HARBOR QUESTION -Last -Saturdays Adthriser rushes into the harbor question again with a terrific splash of language but without making a ripple from any intelligent idea dropped As a whole its article is a specimen of that mental obliquity usually employed by that paper when it views the opinions of others for the sake of confounding them There is not a reference to the position assumed by the Herald which is not united with a ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 November 1886

HIE DAILY HERALD VVlU bo for mo Bully at tlio VnU lowlim 1lnuoHi r OTHUUM Fort street II S0PFll Merchant street KVsrAt SODA WORKS Hotel Sltcrt K l3rlco CS ContH TUESDAY NOVEMHER 2 188G LO0ALNEWS The Japanese Emperors birthday occurs to morrow Uy last mail nnvs came of the death of Mrs Magnin wife of a former mer chant and present property owner here Mr Sopor displays samples of beauti ful pictures to be given away with the Christmas number of the London Graphic Mr Houghton quartermaster on the Alameda was left here ill his place be ing taken by Mr Sanders proprietor of tic White House The First Division of the Liliuoka lani Educational Society will meet at three this afternoon in the room of Engine Co No 1 Hon Junius Kaac will probably be gazetted as Registrar of Conveyances this morning as he took charge of the office yesterday I Mr John Cassidy Superintendent of the Bell Telephone Company goes t j Waianae today tj attend to the in struments in that locality The Hawaiian srhooner J...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 2 November 1886

KAV4TlSirViitSJiSijia4i - - - S l a1 THE MUSIC OF THE FLUTE Why It Is So Little Heard In the Land A Flea for tlio Instrument Thoro is no doubt about It said Will iam Itonnberg the venerable John Btrcet flu to maker slinking his whlto head mournfully lluto playing among ama teurs has gono out of stylo Worso than that it bos bocomo an object of ridicule Tho man who plays the fluto for amuse ment is laughed at ho is regarded as a sort of a Miss Nancy and his friends mnko sly romnrks about his lowering rents in his neighborhood Tho verse makers wrlto what they think arc funny thymes about tho toot of tho fluto and so taking all things into consideration tho boy or young man with a tasto for music and a dcslro to leant soino musical instrument Is actually laughed out of be ginning to play ono of tho best parlor in struments that is made Hut what docs ho learn Instead In nlno cases out of tenf continued the old gon tleman Why cither tho ear splitting cornet or tho muslcless banjo Think oi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 November 1886

1V0L I NOON Vft4l7f Convolvulus musk mallow popploa ttnfantX Who trurnplili of tho sunshine overhead d1uo on tho Bhlmmorlng nsh trcea lies tho ucut 4Mf intrlnson tho licdcorows Thoyoune f wheat Sleeps warm In goldon verdure at my feet P Tho polo awoot grasses of tho iayflold Simmc moora as tho boos of honoy Suck tlio deep bosom of tho day To think Of nil that beauty by tiro light doflncd iNono slinrcs my version Sharply on my mind SProsscs tho sorrow fern nrtd flowor nro Ulliiu 13 MIohaol Flold In Tho Spectator 1 ri1 i1nml ItsTjtn tta fllnrlra TUP 1 II Hi v a Full summor nnd ot noonj from a wasto bed for tho first woek to ovor fM Tho next wcok tboy woro twico that Tho nronrlotors oyes wcro wlaor opon innn over they dared pcop boforo Such push nnd ontorprlso such success woro amaz ing from such a source uut no iiau muuc good bargain and ho bucks to n oomo thowlilto clorks objected n llttlo at first but tlmt sort ot nroludlce Is over nowt and ox errand boy brunotto has been put on n s...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 November 1886

j Tl -1 g r THE I DAILY HERALD is rtjuiisiini EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS FoK fllBjtROPmfTOtfhV TlIK 1RkM luutWiiSoCU LtMITM AI th Oillou No SiO Meruhiiut Hi lKUVit OV SVllSVHlVriUS Per annum 600 Sim minttu 3 00 Hire- inontlu 1 150 IN rmontlu SocH PoMageadJitional A - 1 tJT Sithiicrlptloii Vayuble hi Jtlvmirr llrief communication from all parti ofthe Kingdom will alwaS be acceptable All malier Intended for rtuLlicatton as well as but nM communliatlons and adverttementi houlJ be addrened to THE DAILY HERALD WEDNESDAY NOVEMBR 3 1S86 HARBOR MATTERS In the Advertisers article oil liarbor m ittcrs partly dealt with in yesterdays is ue the Herald is misrepresented as s lying that the answer to all this us Ulk about Honolulu harbor was to Le found in the opening of Pearl hirbor to the worlds commerce and the found ing of a rival seaport to Honolulu A journal that is capable of such wilful distortion of the utterances of a con temporary is perhaps hardly worth noticing Still there are some...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 November 1886

HIE DAILY- HERALD VVUl bo for mile Dully ill tho Fol lowliip IIiiooh I J lltRUM tortstrccl It SOlIIR Merchant lrcrt f KYS1M SODA WORKS Hotel St eet irloo O CoiiIh WEDNESDAYNOVEMBR 3 t886 LOCAL NUWS Col Thompson has our thanks for Eastern newspapers The California iUMincr has not stopped the complaint of dull times The disptay of Nuvcmber meteors has so far been numerous and brilliant The usual services will be held at the Lyceum Fort street Church and St Andrews Cathedral this evening The Government schools are to have a weeks holidays beginning with Monday the 15th in honor of the Kings Jubilee The hour go as you please race to night at the Yoscmitc rink will be one nf the most interesting sporting events in a long time Mr Lowell a resident of Nawiliwili Kauai for over half a century died on the 22nd tilt over eighty years of age leaving two sons and one daughter The Library Association has just received a contribution of books from Rev Dr Hyde also Cyclopedia of Universal History ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 3 November 1886

Rr fc LINCOLN AND 8UMNEa A Story Tlmt Illustrates a Quality of th IVnr lrcslilonta diameter A well known ox ffiomber of the cabinet tolls some Interesting reminiscences ot Senator Sumner A few days before Lin colns second inauguration Sumner cullo I at tho White House and told htm that lie was determined to dofeat In the Bonntc his favorite moasuro regarding Louis lana bocauso It would lnvolva u vlclou prlnclp which would bo quoted ns it precedent whon any largo scheme ol reconstruction might bo brought for ward Lincoln blandly listened to the senator romonatranco and replied Mr Sumner I am not convinced by your argument and as to your throats of defentlm th btlL I can tell you it is Impossible for i knoV a clear majority of tho senate Is ii its favor But I tell you Mr Presldont n swered Sumner it shall and will be featod Try it was the quiet response Sumner did try it Ho appealed on tl last night ot that session of congress wi a small law library partly on hU il and partly piled up...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 November 1886

VOL I t v A Donttst to Itonlt7 Dr EvnilB Bald mv friend mMfrm f perhaps fo000 a yonr from hla practice Ho la lu domand at all tho courts of Eu tropo and Qucon Victoria Is vory fond ol ililm I was visiting with hltn onco whou I he bod a letter from tho king of Grocco who wanted him to como and ilx his tootb r for lim Ho told mo that ho could not go ftH tho oxponao of traveling so fai I would out up tho profits Ho said in go Hng from court to cotut as a sort of Itltior font kings dentist ho only mndo tours - whon ho could lay them out so as to bring I a number of courts In ono trip Thta prnctlco pnll vtrywoll for In addition ito the lnnnonso fco which Dr Evans charged ho was given prcsonts of dla iniomlf and otlicr things of great value I Among Ills prosants wero dlntiiond stud f dot snuff boxo1 lino rlni diamond pins nnu riira wmoii were almost worth their - Weight In god His houoo In lurls la lillo I with beautiful nouvcnlrs and he k luvs p ononis fi 0111 all tho kings from tho Jen ...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 November 1886

inihi ii Hi ill lull l i iiiwl iliiiitiiiiii iWJWMWtWMwawwaMtw THE DAILY HERALD is i uumshbd EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS t0R T IIB lRUmiUTOK BVTllt PAEU IuilLISHINO Co I1HITII t At the Otlloo No UO Mmoluuit til tuic us or stimanrrrioif Icrannttm 600 SI months 30a Ihrc months 150 Per monlh octs Postage additional tur Subtcrlptlona 1ainble in Advance i llrief ommunicatlons from all parts off the Kingdom will always be acceptable All matter intended for publication as well a bus nm communications and advertisements sbould be addressed to THE DAILY HEUALD THURSDAY JNOVEMBR 4 1S86 NOTES AND COMMENTS Q S Gray has been appointed Dis trctjiiSttcc of Niihau If there is no more crime there than in the past few periods he will have the easiest time of any of em A reconstruction of the Cabinet or rather its rehabilitation to full strength was reported yesterday as being immi nent Affairs generally would seem to be in a chronic state of imminence An inmate of Oahu Prison yester day subscribed f...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 November 1886

THE DAILY HERALD Will bo for Btilo Ttiily tit llio lil lowliur 11hoob 1 0 THRUM Inrt tired J It SOlER Mciclnm street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Steet JPi loo G Oontn THURSDAY N0VEM1VR 4 1886 T LO0ALNEWS The W G Irwin brought no mail The Temple of Fashion is going to selt out at auction on Saturday The great pin p5al match comes off to night as advertised clscwhcic lokcpi Kckuku is empowered to grant marriage licenses in Koolaulua Oahu The Pali road is reported very had from the end of Nuuanu avenue Twas nlmost ever thus Governess Linihau took passage on the Iwalani last evening for the scat of her auth rity An artistic crazy quilt containing Queen Emmas photograph is on exhi bition at Mr Sachs It should have been said in noticing Mr Hubashs jubilee medals that they are for sale at all the jewelry stores Mr Harry Armitage has resgned the agency of the Inter Island Steam Navigation Companys volcano loute Kona oranges new crop are pilul upon the corner fruit htxnds and the dealers were p...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 4 November 1886

icy reHwwi svvyi it HUCKLEBERRY TDttlf THE PEOPLE WHO LIVE IN THE MOUNTAINS AND PICK BERRIES Gotliama Particular IVankneis On tha Uuokloborrjr Grounds TIio Flckon Fimers of Endurance--A 111b Day Work A Perilous Hide It Now York city folks hnvo one par ticular weakness It Is a fondness for huckloborrlos and notwithstanding thousands of Now York city folks spond tuo months of July and August out of tho city enough romaln at homo to consume 00000 bushels of hucklobcrrlcs which aro picked on tho mountains of northern Pennsylvania and Now Jorsoy aud south ern Now York This doos not lncludo tho largo shlpmonts from points in tho east ern statos and from others further west Probably In no locality In tho country do hncklobotrlos of all varieties grow in greater profusion or of a batter quality than thoydo In this wild mountain region from which Now York draws It Is no uncommon thing for tho united work of u family to bring thorn lu 10 a day for ovory day tho season lasts which will be tovo...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 5 November 1886

VOL I 1 7 the pire of home ma I hoar thorn toll In far oil clluios iv And tronsnros grand thoy hold Of Mlnstor walla whoro stained light falls On cadvms rnro and old My hands fall down my breath come fast Hut ah how can J ronmf My task I know to spin and bow And light tlio llro of homo Somotlmos I hoar of nohlo doods Of words that moyo mankind Of willing hands that to othor lands Bring light to tho poor and blind I dnro not proach 1 daro not wrlto I foar to cross tho foam Who If I go will spin and bow And light tho flro nt horaof My husband comes as tho shadows fall From tho Holds with my girl and boy His loving ldsi brings with It bliss That hath no bnso alloy From tho now plowed moadows frosli and brown I catch tho scent of tho loam Heart do not frot tis something yut To light tho llro nt homo Goorgo Worstor Cnpticlty for Iloolc Konillnj Tho capacity forroadlng ft book thai Is for keoplng tho mind llxod on ono ar gumont or narrntlvo for n period mora 01 loss prolongod has nlways I...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 5 November 1886

0M M THE DAILY HERALD IS PUtiLlSllED EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS Foil TIUjIROrRICTOR BY TUB IRKSSlUULISHtNoCo LtMITrtli AI the Oljloo No J20 Merolmnt St i TKittis or tivutjuivTMoir Pernnmim ti 600 Six montns w 300 mre monuis 150 Vet month t 50CU Postage additional 9J ftubacrtpttolta latjnhte lit Aitvitiice llrlef communication from all jaru ofthe KiniIoni will alivayt be ncctptaMe All matters Intended for nutili at wella bust- ncM communications and ndvertUjmdits ilioufj le aauressed to THC DAILY ItURALD FRIDAY NOVEMUR 5 1S86 A SUGGESTION Complaintsand protests against public abuses and common nuisances arc very familiar to the readers of Honolulu J y newspapers Jicsiclcs what uppcars there is much of the same thing which for reasons commending themselves to the editors never sees the light or is only dealt with in an editorial refer ence Moreover there are gros3 evils existing in the community well known to every journalist which it would hardly be proper to discuss in a public pr...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 5 November 1886

K m THE DAILY HERALD VVM lo for wtilo Dullv at tlu llTol lowltxK 131uooh T 0 TlinUM Fort street It SOlFR Merchant street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel Street Xiluu O CoiiIh FRIDAY NOVKiUBR 5 1886 LOCALJfEWS The schooner Luka is going on the Marine Railway to day to be cleaned etc Tlic Ball of Twine Society must have something to do with the mystic ik Services conducted by Bishop Willis at St Andrews Cathedral this even ing An improved fne hydrant is to be tested by steam power on Emma street to morrow Knginc Co No 2 claims credit of having first hose out to the fire yester day morning N The band gave some extra good selections at Princess Liliuokalanis re ceptiOn yesterday Which is the comic side of the Advertiser the one with the pictures on or that with the editorial I 111 The Minister of Interior would not grant a license for last nights billiard match if it was to be played for stakes iii There is talk now of a billiard tour nament being played by Morris Mc Clecry and Saylor the firs...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 5 November 1886

t f r u I ft Mi WVYf TJPt wry REJUVfiNA ION Of 610 HATS An Hour In a Shop on the Bowery flood for Fulr Weather What bocomos of nil the old huts f a httttor on Park row was Mketl Oh thoy go to tho skinners who do thorn up again and thou ship thorn to tho country Of courso you dont know what a sklnnor lsf Thcro Is ono right across tho way and you can And any number on tho Bowory and on Hooter and Box tor treats Go thoro If you want to And out something about old hats As long as it will hold together a hat bo It over so battered and shapeless ro tnlns a certain valuo In tho oyes of tho dcalor in old clothes and tho ragplekors Tito Jewish perambulating morchants whoso melancholy monotone of old clo Is as familiar will seldom refuse to in vest thoir small capital In old hats Crushod frayed and dim they aro car ried off to bo roJuvenatod in frowzy back shops by Itoboccas and Josephs It Is wondorful to mark tho transformation which tho cunning touch of theso man ipulators can effect or how...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 6 November 1886

VOL I THREE DAILIE8 OF NEW YORK Tliroo Man of Strong Individuality as jonmnllit Kxiiatidlog Nowi Itoina Tlio tliroo gront dallies In Now York represented throe great mon who in dif ferent ways linrt Cftoli lmiroHSOl Ills por toiinllty upon his Journal In an almost cqitn1 ttoRroo Ilornco Grooley James Qonlon Bonnott rind Ilonry J Raymond Always tliaro In found soino ono man or woman bolilnd anything which becomes n power tlio gradual realization of this fact makos ono a bollovur In a God only n supremo IntolllKOlico could have dovol opod could nialutnln thoordor of tlio Unl orso Tlio Individuality ot theso men luiprcssod llwjlf vitally upon tholr papars and tlio public who followed tholr lead crahlp InnioB Gordou Bonnott repre sented the ontorprlao and foresight of tlio Immadlnto futuro Ilornco Grooloy Its advanced thought and unsolllsli spirit Henry J Raymond Its policy ami statesman-craft Of tlio tliroo Mr linymond had tlio truest Journnllstlc Instinct mid more of tho formatlvo spi...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 6 November 1886

BBBBHHfiBBMBHH v1 rTfftw - ntftv f r ii V If- e lit if it V lrV u rs THE DAILY HERALD IS PUiiMSilKu it 1 EVERY MORNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS For TimlHOrVirroit ov til IWm ItfuLUiilNoCo llMITKU At tho OlUoe No UO Merolumt St HSltUS Ol SVHSCUUTiON Per annum 600 N months A li 1 5 1ermontli 5cu Postage additional XJf Hubnertptlona faiable hi ileiiiicc 1 Itrief communication fromall parts off the Kingdom will always be acceptable All nutters intended Tar publication ns well as busi ness communications ana advertisements tnouiu li addressed to THE DAILY HERALD SATURpAY NOVEMBR 6 1886J HAVE THEM ANYWAY If any particular line of suggestion becomes hackneyed in the press pro vided it is good and cannot be gain said the blame for reiteration must fall on the inert public that requires such prolonged besieging instead of the jaurnals whose duty is to hack away as long as there is any hope of bencfi cial results Probably there is no resi dent of these dominions so old ns to remember a time when the ne...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 6 November 1886

HIE DAILY HERALD Will fkt lUl l5lllV tlM OTI1UOM i it enitilt f IIVS1AI SODA WOUKS XJiloo G CfiiitB Pot I street Merchant street Hotel Btltx SATURDAY NOVKMllR 6 t886 LOOALJNEWS The Hawaiian Mission Childrens1 S iricty will meet this evening at Oalul College at 730 M 1 1 Tliis afternoon at 230 the cjuartcrly scnsuiii of the Missionary Gleaners mil be held nt Fort street Church There was a fair attendtincc at the R lbs drill last night but the air was rather sultry fur enjoying the ex cr ise The Waikiki baths have come under the management of Mr II I Shaw 111 conjunction with the Pantheon Stables bus line 1 ip i Several boats are already mounted on trucks off Punchbowl neir Queen street for the grand allegorical proces sion of the Jubilee Punchbowl street toward Kakaako is in about the worst state it ever was and that is saying enough to make ex aggcration useless The Myrtle Uoit Club has refused to lend a boat to the Honolulu Yacht and lloat Club also Ins decided to take nopirt in th...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The daily herald. — 6 November 1886

M - - Etf XW14 Ui A BOLD AMMAN OIHt BURHESQUE3 U82T TO HIS FACE AND BREAKS THE PIANO STRINGS A Sudden Rcnuatlon In Hoolnl Circles Tho Atilio Standing on Ills Dignity Turning rt Deaf 15rsr to the Ladle A During Deed Liszt win n strango compound of BtroiiRth nrul weakness but his strength was of tho host find his weaknesses hnrmed noonobut himself An nrtlclo on this subjact quoted from a Paris Jour nnl may interest your readers and gives ono n vory amusing idea ot Liszts llfo in Komo during tho ponttflcato of Pius IX Tho fnmllar card of tho Prlncoss X made ono day a sudden sensation in social circles It run tints Come and tnkoan ico with mo to morrow evening Wo shall hear Liszt Liszt was tho god of tho hour Gossip was busy with his friendship for Mmc do W It was eatd that tho lady had extracted from tho celo b rated pianist tho legitimate ratification of their affection that Liszt qulto avorso to marriage had Interposed between his friend and hltnsolf tho obtaclo of tho Bacred ongagom...

Publication Title: Daily Herald, The
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