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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 March 1886

Ocean. 1 r: Insurance Notices. ACCIDENT DEPARTMENT, PACIFIC Mutual Life Insurance Company, OF CALIFORNIA, S, G. WILDER, AGEST. Assets, December 31, 1884 ,..,...$1,263,000 Policies issued against Accident for one day up to one ear. 94 tf TJOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. C. BREWER & Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands. 210-261 OREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS. F. A. SCHAEFER & Cc, Aeinll. Also acents for the Dresden Board of Underwriters. Vienna Board or Underwriters. For the Hawaiian Islands. 210-261 BRITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR. ance Company. (Limited) THEO. H. DAVIES, AGENT. ine aoove agent nas received instructions to re. I duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu and l iorts in the racmc, and Is now prepared td issue poll cies at the lowest rates, with a special reduction on freight per steamers. 210-262 FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE of Berlin. F. A. SCHAEFER & Co.. AGENTS. The above Insurance Company has established a General Agency here, and the undersiirneil. General Ag...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 March 1886

ft. : Pv E' i-i fi.' p,- 5 g 'u fc - h i' I r, ;. , 4 t "TB TUB Jhufy Honolulu $r$$$ IS PUIlUSHED ' j, EVE11Y MOUSING EXCEPT SUNDA YS, At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. TRttSlS 01' XVHSUHlPriOX. Per Aiinutu t ...... ... hix mouths.. .......... Three months her month , :" Postage additional. s . T.UJ . I.50 5cli tS" Siibitirtpltnii f'ufnbe in Jrfli Brief communications from kit parts of the Kingdom will always bt acceptable. i All millers intcn led for publication, as well as business communications and advertisements, should be addre&sed to Daily Howoluiu Pkem, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r. M., to ensure prompt insertion. Arthur Johns tone) Editor and Prop 'r, SATURDAY.... MARCH 13, 188G. Mr. Parnell has lately brought forward a new scheme by which he proposes to apply the surplus of the Irish Church, or at least all of it that has not already been expended, to the relief of the starving poor of Ireland. As some thirty thousand people have already...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 March 1886

i V k j "Voting TKCE J)mlu Iftntttlultt JVm Will bo foi? tmlo lUiltf nl Ihf'ToW lowing I'liiooa'i J, M. OAT, Jr. & Co. '1. r 'I If utThr 1 , J. M. .I.W1 . CRYSTAL SODA WORKS .... LOCAL NEWS. I!Wm,,i ( ..Merchant Mreet , .... lortitreet i.. .Hold Ktrecet " " . "W" ''" TV The terfrmeetihgsrwere resu evening. a . .. , . . The Roller toaster down, and will shortly, the other Islands. trying to inveigle iigiumng 1 fnetd'Ui is being torn be removed to Mr.-Theo. Seveiin, the photographer", was ciughun ,the act last evening vylul ?' . 1.1. v. " :... !i.: e his camera. , . A social dance was given at the residence of Mr. J. A. Hopper, King street, last evening, which was a ntost enjoyable affair. The steamship Manuoj, from the Colonies, enroute to San Francisco, is due here to-day. Look out for that funny whistle. ' About ten feet of new sideAvalkfhas been hid on Niutann, between T . 1. noicr and King streets. It was laid in the usual Chinese style of architecture. There will be two meet...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 13 March 1886

1? i - I " Formation of Oio American ltnco. Said I:" "Mr. Uookwftltor, hnvo yon over thought about tho rnco that is iu Amerlcnf" "Tho American raco Is only ln process of formation. It Is not yot iniule: It is not going to bo Ilka tho old Puritans or Quakers or Virginians, und yet with qualities varied and original. "When you Want to get the best Iron you mix the ores from many places, nnd tho quality of ono assists the quality of every other one. From somo yod get tension, fronl somo obstinacy, from some purity. I .think that under favorable conditions of government and intelligence tho American raco Is Uablo to become ono of tho best, if not tho very best. "The only thing I seo to retard this raco in tho lino of perfection Is tho variability of tho climate, which I am afraid affects the regularities of method and staying qualities of tho people. Wo havo every kind of climate in rapid alternations, and almost every one feels It in his system. Since I havo been In Now York It seems t...

Publication Title: Daily Honolulu Press
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 March 1886

i . y . X K AMONG THE PEOPLE OF ICELAND. Xbe Native Devoted to Snuff ami Strong Drluk Lack of Cleanliness Names. Vorlth, thojer sllor May you bo blessed. Upon entering or leaving a. Btoro or house, parting with a friend, or meeting an entire stranger on the road, this sentiment 1 always expressed. The national salutation Is a kiss all round, friends and Btrangers alike, and In the country the custom Is still followed, but like many other practices handed down from the days when Iceland, In several and great respects, was lending the world, this habit Is fast disappearing at the capital. It is the rule of the road never to pass a person without a salutation, and in traveling one sees many affectionate greetings between the peoplo, who, although very cordial to foreigners, have ceased, within the last few years, to extend their demonstrations toward them beyond the proffer of the snuff horn or brandy bottle, or perhaps a piece of rock candy or a'few raisins they may have In tho recess...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 March 1886

V. .) k s !- I G i i 'V "' 'wir:Kfimmiwrfm( . TUB JJnify Honolulu $im IS PUULISHED EVEltY MO'ENING EXCEPT SUNDA YS, At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. TmtJta of sirnsciui ro.v. Par annum ,. $6oo Six month,..... ...., . 300 Three month . 150 rer month .X .i ...... .50CU Pottafta additional. MX" 8nbicvlitlon l'tttnblr in l(nre Unef communication from all puts of the Kingdom will nlwaytt b4 acceptable All Walters Intended Tor publication, ns well at tcinmuaicatlons and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Ptisan, Honolvi v, If. I. Advertisements must be handed in before 9 P. M., to ensure prompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone Editor &nd Prop'r, MONDAY....... MARCH 15, i486. Tan news received from the volcano of Kilauea, by the Kinatt yesterday mprning is of a rather startling nature; and although it is hardly'likely that it will serve as a means of solving tne "dark problem of the Volcano," it may, upon investigation, throw some new light upon the volcanic problem in ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 March 1886

j' v r" ', I ftl1' TUB J)mti Honolulu Jhw Will bo for sale Dally at Ihu T?luoe : J. H, OAT, Jr. & Co Merchant street T. 0 THRUM tort strict CRYSTAL SODA WORKS HoteUtreret Ttvo O'nta jier Copy. LOOAI. NEWS. The Y. M. C. A. book-keeping class meets at seven o'clock this nin& The subject at the the tent to night will be "Evidences of the soon coming of Christ." All arc invited, At the Marine Railway yesterday afternoon, Elder Hcaly baptized a number of persons to the AdventUt faith. The biig Allie Rowe sails for Hong Kong on the 22nd. inst., taking Chinese passengers. Captain Phillips have command of her. Mr. T. Lufas is agent. . .1 - .i - Police officer Kauhane, who arrested the Chinese burglar, Aciau, was presented yesterday with a fine gold watch and chain,, from several citizens and merchants of Honolulu. G D. Gilman, Esq., of Boston, formerly a resident of these Islands, leferring to the Hawaiian Almanac and Annual for j886 in writing to a friend here says, " It is a valua...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 15 March 1886

t ? 1 fr ' wiwiiNjjjysisjw ywyawwpwy s'rTTpfl!)?pef5f & f P 'WWWlHTft" s wa F8! DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, MONDAY, MARCH 15, 1886. An Autrua 1, !) l'rviuuce of Ml ml. "Ono ot the most Annoying things wo have to enduro," said the lady, Is Ilia vigorous attempt which somo of the members ot a company will make to dlscbn cert another. The first time I pluycd an emotional part I Buffered greatly. I was on the stage with six or eight otherri, and let me say that besides being comparatively new to the business, I was exceptionally and Intensely nervous. I had to lnalco ono very effective speoch, spoken to these six or eight people collectively. I remqmber that Just as, I was about to begin they wore talking Among themselves in tones that were perfectly audible to me, though of course the audience could not hear thorn. I frowned for them to stop, and I folt so embarrassed that I almost forgot my lines. They, however, took no notlc,o of my frown and, wont on talking while I commenced my pathc...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 March 1886

- A J X :;rv w:Hf "!$ "C5. " ' "M: iy ',& ffyT?" $W jiff? r r vr -I ffl - trt'jflwrMffln && CM IHJ. .1. j i ( 3av ri jr MW7 JBrSr" yifflt'! Cifrfcj Ti J Trljr TfXi.. Press. JLi JlJLj X T VOL. II. NO 14. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, TUESDAY, MARCH i6,f i83.2 WHOLE NO. 167. 3."Z2 "W - '. ,t;i r : ifcltofeBjsioiml (STartio. urinous GTavtue. ghtshtcsfi Qtnxbs. Insurance oticSr v flupping. glujnrittg. HAPPINESS DOES NOT INCREASE PROPORTIONATELY WITH RICHE8. A Lottarlthmlo Formula Whloli Hold Good In a General Woy Moolianlo bad Millionaire Not So Far Apart After All. . Chicago Tribune. It coca without saying In this Bgo ,'that a man's comfort doc not increaso in the snmd 'ratio as his wealth, or diminish in proportion as his purso is deplotcd. in thoso casos where tho individual becomes poorer. It needs no argument to prove that tho possession of anincomo of $10,000 a year is far from' yielding ten times as much comfort as does the annual stipend of $1,000. It is not truo, as s...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 March 1886

M- ir$r V w THE Pnify Ifmtolulu JVm is runusiiKD BV-ERY M,0:ftNINtt EXCEPT SUNDitYS, At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. TKHUB OV SVUSlJUtVTIOX. Pu-auburn.. .$6oo Six months.. ... 300 Three months, .. :v.i ....... . 1 50 Fr mouth . ..f ..5cn Postage additional. tST Bubtevtpttoiu ,1'avabtt n Advance Brief .communications from all pati or the Kingdom will alWat M'accepUMe. ' All matter! Intended for publication, aa well ai commualcattons and advertisement, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Pkeis, Honolulu, H. 1. Advertisements must be handed In before 9 P. M., to ensure prompt Insertion. , Artfiur Johnstope, EcfitofandProp'r. TTESDAY MARCH 16, 1886. We must say that we do not why the Press was refused a passenger list last night at the suggestion of one of the employees of the Advertiser simply to favor a weekly newspaper nor do we care, as we are generally able to keep even Among the numerous resolutions passed by the National Board of Trade in Washington City is one which urges u...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 March 1886

A . - '"?.' 3 A.-, 4! .v& IP 'tx L 4. I v- 1 i?v;i tiese Jlmltj Honolulu J?rm Will bo for snle Dally at tlo I'laoou : I. if. OAT, Jr. & Co 1'. O. THKUM The boat clubs practice again. Merchant uttect . Fnrt itrt CRYSTAL SOD A WORKS Hotel ttreeet fire Cent per, Copy. LOCAL NEWS. are begining to A large school of whales was s:cn off the harbor last Sunday. Marshal Booth, the great London Salvationist, was a through passenger by the Mararoa. At five minutes to ten o'clock last evening a bright meteor fell over Honolulu, towards the Pali. The steamer W. G. Hall is due here today. She will bring further news in regard to the disappearance of the Volcano. Mr. Z. K. Meyers, agent for the Honolulu Steam Laundry, has resigned his position, and has been appointed clerk of water works. The S. S. Mararoa sails for San Francisco at nine o'clock this morning. The mail closes at the Post-office at half-past seven o'clock. Mr. Theo. Sevcrin, the photographer, goes to the Volcano for Mr. J. J...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 16 March 1886

t rKWif5$ fjettto Suprtltlon. (Baltimore Herald. "Tho Celt," Bays n wrltor who has mado much study of his charactor, "has turned everything to supernatural uaos, and every object of naturo, ovon tho unreasoning dream of sleep, Is a rulrrow which flashos 'back doath upon him. " Yet these pconlo have noarly lust tho fear of death, and Is It a common salutation to wish one a decorous and peaceful departure The ancient Gaols and Cymrl bollovod In Intercourse with fairies, whom they called by any other name than their own, henco tho designation of "tho men of peace," "the hunters In green," "tho good pcoplu, " etc. Their aversion to naming those beings was greater on Friday than at any other tlmo, for on that day their powers wero greatly Increased. To wonr tuoir favorite color, green, was an unpardonablo insult. Rites of a complox naturo wore gone through to protect tho unbaptlzed infant and its mother from their clutches. Stories wero often current of persons who had been detained by f...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 March 1886

'-V " i """, "wi"" w i" "ii i' - !JP l"C 'H''IT'7 BJUt?1 Vk Daily Press. i i VOL. II. NO IS- HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1886. W40.s WHOLE NO. 168. 4 1 " ifc teas Llko our BhaJowe, Our wishes lengtuou m our sun declines. Young. Shun such as lounge through afternoons and evo3, And on thy dial write, "Bowareof Moves!" Kelon of minutes, nover taught to feel The worth of treasure which thy angers steal, Pick my left pocket of tho silver dime, But spare tho right It holds my golden tlmol Emerson. Whan ovonlng cometh on, , T Love, only lovo, oan stay the sinking soul, And smooth thought's raoking favor from tho brow; The wounded heart Lovs only can console. Whatovor brings a balm for sorrow now, Bo must it be while this vexed earth shall roll. Take then tho portion whioh tho gods allow. Dear heart, may I at last on they warm breast Sink to tornett olneis and silent rast When evening comoth on. . Uobert Burin Wilson. Class Standing at Wont I'olnU (New York Sun. "It is ...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 March 1886

&- ft. . ' .ft, TCEXS J)ntly Honolulu JPras IS EVERY MOllNING . EXCEPT SUNDA VS, At the Office, No. ag Merchant St. re lists oj svitsaitti'Ttox. fcfahfium $6.00 Six month..... .300 Three months 150 Per month ... 5cts 1'oslaKe additional. J3T SiibtcrtiitloiiM l'njinhlr In Atlvatire IJrief communication from all pirts of the Kingdom I always he acceptable. All matters Intended for publication, as welt as communications and advertisements, should he addressed to Daily Honolulu Puns, Honolulu, H. I. Advertisements must' be handed In before 9 r. M., to enuire prompt insertion. , .. ,1 1 i, 1 ' '3 ' 1 ' ' " ' ' Arthur Johnstone, Editor aad Prop'r. WEDNESDAY... MARCH 17, 1886. Egyptologists have at Jast discovered the remains of the gigantic reservoir called Lake Mccris which is fully described in the ancientclassic writings of Herodotus and Pliny. The modern world, true to its inclination and the tendency of thought in our days, first wondered at and then doubted its cxis ten.ee; but ...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 March 1886

IT 'f ;".' l. 4 a A W . it - Sv ' akv. Jhtiltj If miolulu J?m Will bo for Biilo ID.nllvfit lh lowiha: Pltiooa : J. M. OAT, In. & Co Mcrchint Hreet T. G. THRUM Fort street CRYSTAL SODA WORKS Hotel slrecct J'lve Cent per Coj. LOCAL NEWS. The Honolulu Rifles will hold a target practice this afternoon. ' . The King's Own corps were drilling on the streets last evening. Services will be held in the different churches as usual this evening. 1 I.- . .... The steamship Australia is due here from San Francisco, enroutc to the Colonies, to-morrow The banks will close at eleven o'clock this morning, in honor of the birthday of Kamehameha III. , It is reported that the steamer Santa Maria was to leave San Francisco on the 10th inst, for this port. The steamer Mararoa took a mail from Honolulu for the Coast consisting of 3,026 letters and 936 papers. Mr. D. P. Smith, former proprietor of the Central Park skating rink, left for San Francisco by the Mararoa yesterday. ' .1. . . . .. . The Merr...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 17 March 1886

'$oSwfl?wPw''5?9!5wi!r THE BIG Z. Hannah Qnoldt loaned upon lior broom and looked out from tho low kitchen door across tho wintry ficlda and Ice-glazed streamlet which lay between her homo and tho village of I rcenock, with lis ono tapering snlro and sloping tbof and blank white walls, baro now of tho summer verdure. Blio had done lior household work, polished ovcry article capable of polish, and soaped and sanded all the nsL At tho last she had swept clcau hor door Btone, and now felt froo to do what aha chose, to rest or gossip or sit down to needlework, a thing impossible to hor whllo u spot beneath her roof was out of order. Just now shq felt neither liko gossiping nor Bowing, her heart was ry fu'l, and sho found It necessary to stand still and think awhile Only that sho was not used to It she would havo cried, sho was so very sad. It seemed to her that tho happiest pooplo woro those who lay In their green graves In tho churchyard, with crossed bauds upon tholr bosoms, and woro ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 March 1886

-. X u Daily x RILSS. VOL. II. NO 16. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS, THURSDAY, MARCH i8, 1886. WHOLE NO. 169. LOVE SERVICEABLE. Wlint measure Fate to him shall moto Is not the noble Dover's enre; Ho's heartsick with a lofiglng sweet To make her lmppy iib she's fair. Oh I misery, should she him refuse, And so her dear .rood mistake! His own success h us pursues - AVlth frantic zeal xor her solo sake. To loso her wore his life to blight, Being loss to hors; to make her his, Except as helping her delight, He calls but Incidental bliss; And, holding life as so much pelf , To buy hor posies, learns this lore: He does not rightly love himself Who does not love another more. NO LONGER A MYSTERIOUS ART. What Wo Now Understand as Novor Bo-fore Medical Instruction In SchooJ. Such a thing would once have been looked on as absurd. In ancient times the doctor purposely invested his art with mystery. More or less of the same spirit and policy lias come down to our own day. Still, both the tendencies...

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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 March 1886

i x THE Jhttfy !f onoluht $Vm IS PUBLISHED EVEltY MOliNING EXCEPT SUNDAYS, At the Office, No. 29 Merchant St. trims or sunsajiTvriox. Pertntium $600 Six monllis loo Ihreemoiillu. , 1 50 l'er month . .50CH Po&tAxo mhlitfoh&l. . tS" SitbaerlpttoMi I'ayitUtft In .lilvimrf Brief comnunicatiom from all part of tlie Kingdom will always be acceptable. All matters intended for publication, m well m commuNtcatiofis and advertisements, should be addressed to Daily Honolulu Punts Honolulu, H. I, Advertisements must be handed in before 9 r, M, o insure jrompt insertion. Arthur Johnstone Editor and Prop'r. THURSDAY.... MARCH 18, 1886. Trainino dogs for Sentinels and picket duty is a new departure in war methods, which will be tried in the German army, It is said that the idea was first suggested by an accident which occured in the British army while in the Soudan last year. The best way to keep the dogs on duty will be to hang a piece of meat on a convenient tree. It is said that the eff...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 March 1886

?" Tx'nrmTifWi JMS k 5. m 1 i w TKCB 3Pmhj If otiolultr $Vm AV1U 1f for Bftlo I) lily nt lho Following 1'Iiiooh: J. M, OAT, Jr. & Co T.Q. THRUM CRYSTAL. SODA WORKS JUve Cents prr Cop;. LOCAL NEWS. .Mercliirt street Fort street . .Hotel strceet , ,Thc steamship Austnlia is due here from San Francisco to-day. Most of the wholesale business housls were closed yesterday. The Queen's Own corps will hold a moonlight drill this evening. ' Noonday prayer meeting at the Y. M. C. A. at 12:25 o'clock to-day. Mr. F. Damon received two fine canoes from Hong Kong by the baik ; Ceylon. All the Government offices were closed yesterday, in honor of the birthday wof Kainehameha III. 1 -- -I The tern W. S. Bowne, which arrived from San Francisco yesterday, b'rings one day's later foreign new;. The tegular monthly meeting of the Young Men's Christian Association will be held in their parlors at half-past seven o'clock this evening. - . 1 ... 1 Mr. W. Noble, the successful temperance worker of Londo...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — Daily Honolulu press. — 18 March 1886

,'iyivis0iifVrTmfnttirit flHPSWr"W swwQwyyr'w .ifvfvpfnr 'lOLD DUMPS." New York Notrs.1 Thoy used to roaka fun of ulm at tlio ofllce. IIo was a queor old follow, with a toloinn face, and what we thought ridiculously polite ways. Ho'J Uiko ofl his hat whon he came In and say: "Good morning, gentlemen. I trust I coo you all in good health this flno day." And some of the boys would grin and soma would nod and somo woullu't do anything; Wit I novor could help standing up and bowing, perhaps bocamo I know that my mother would have said I ought to do lb To be sure, he was only on Hilary like ourselves, but had been nt Rock & Burton's years, and young fallow.) had come and gono, and there ho was. And, you see, It was gentlemanly of him, I Raid; and if be was a little creature, with a quoer little wig, why, ho looked somehow like a gentleman, too. I said so on co to Men lvalo, next desk to mine; but well I dlln't try it again. You boo Merrivalo was up to everything, drossod elegantly, s...

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