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HONOLULU STAR-BULLETIN, WEDNESDAY, NOV. C, 1912.
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EDNESDAY .NOVEMBEU , 1912. been fear (that, JlcCandlcssi miglit be 'sent , to
Washington, itliese "men would hare voted for
Kuhio. 7 . : '
t: Hawaii has done kthe right thing byiiteTftal
Arwarc of irrtetihl Dpmnomf trpnrtfi nn m reiuruuig a liepuoiican ;w igra,
the mainland, t-onplitlt with ccmdiUon inUaIc of, the national election.
W. R. FARRINGTON 1 believe X
J. Wirtx is the man to he credited with
shaping i the, organization which car
ried the Democrats: to such a clear-cut
victory throughout ; the Island. The
day after the .Democratic nominating
convention I suggested; to; Republican
hu)aurteri.' "Kmd Vonr ve. on
Wirt," and the response was ar sneer. rer w II continue to bold office udtn
When it comes to the intricate detail t March 4. or until such possible later
of - successful political . organization, as -the- new president may, select
"keep your eye on Wlrtx.,, HelLcome -his successor f from the Democralic
as close to being the boss of Honolulu ;nnas.
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CU3 KEXt F3KIEEHT
vaii," particularly on Oahu, that made for upli
( i cket roting, is rtpongibie' for the amazing re
iiltn of vesterday election in this territory. ,
No sinjrle factor was responsibfe for tlVe Deni- V- ov. Woodrow ; Wilson is a rictor without
cmtic landslide InnaUon and imipTy iml a hanl fight.
I t.is truly, "a? Dema
rabination of factors.
On Oahu, the ;pcmocraticiBtrength was nc
ore ' pronounced than; the Kepublican weak
s. It was not ko much that Democracy itseli
( a , as t lia t Democracy hcrv took alert ail van
;2 of lvepublican weaknesses aiidi Kepublican
takes. ; Even the minor weaknesses of cam-
7a organization were instantly .turned to the
fit of the Democratic candidates. ; rv ; r i
xl:e Fplit-ticket voting on Oahu was, due in
:t to the i-eusal of the voters to swallow cer
i Republicans they, felt were -forced upon
1 1 was due in part, and this refers more es-
: lly to the vote for delegate, to the failure
t a Kepublican party , here-xto give the 'ad
' tratloa a hearty. indorsement.; and toknit
r -.Iministration. strength and' the rest of the
'? rtr-agth' jelosely toethe:' iftti
tcrday's voting certainly appears to show
t!. j many t.trf:ig.cdhei-cnts,of'.the adrninis
' u .took a '-practical way. of relenting the
: i laj1: r.'!:::i:uptered; almost , continuously
;.out. i'.S taLipaign by j Ike Kepublican
ty a:. 1 t: rritorial;orranization : 'i :. ;
" - J'l r-L'allctin is tdcd to'know,. however,
::..::.;,c: at ic party I; as hi the iaain elect
" t ; - of i;jv. calibre chdiaany of theai
men v.-I:d should. bo a credit'. to
. ' r -. . ' ' ' ' ' ' .-.
; . C ;t l 'lir ILt the vote -on
I Mr i tL.. itc! of Iluaio's itrcnth.in
'.t : ' t :rcCiiiJIca3 ajone,underj; crdi
t . : . v - : v Un c! oubtcdlyv many men
t:.at ::cC;- . 1 ' "- ii defeat and
;, r'.i::: :.!; : : ,1 Iridca'bf re-
Ki:'. cat cf rt ; catiacnt for his.' part;
; - cc a t rovV; i-v."-' -Hr:d Ithere '
When he wast, nominate, the StarrBulletin
aid of him : AVoodrow -Wilson Is a presidential
candidate of whoni the Democratic party may
proud, and in the country at large he should
command a heavy vote. Pjgressive, high-nnnd
ed an able1 exponent of ; twentietllrcentury ail
vance, andf an able leader; of ;men, 'axituatel.by
patriotic, motive he
sjueraDio practical expenencev , : xiow; oou a na
tional campaigner AVilson' Is, remain ;t6 6e seen.
Ersoa'al.Iyb? I cldfqbp-the'Biia
try wnspicuousx'haractei: and istrengtH of judg
ment from hicli to choose Hawaii's duty is
trial wel fare that' were this territory-.ta partici
pate iii the final; showing the local yoteT should
lmj unanimous.. v;..h.
: Democracy is - to be contulated on- its re
pudiation of Hearstism as expressed in Clark's
support ; on its. open denunciation of Big Busi-nccs-
control. fiThe- battles- of JthcVnext few
months will be watched with extreme" interest.
: We'see no reason to change burtimate X)f
! I r. Wilson. Hawaii's stand ha been with Taft
because of Tafts aid. in-the fish t for the salva-
(ion of Hawaii sugar- ind
krai declared that . he will not ajlowiany I tariff
revision to .disturb ; legitimate business ; and - it
retaaiasHo z chrrhcth4er''he;wili:6rwil! not.
; ; Koo:cvelt inddeta ! good fight a great tfight,
but IHleon 'had-eTery stnmth; of personality,
of record, of a" "Democratic jrear,,;,and1of the
wonder he got ' a big"." vote. r
" : jio::-Fr.o5uEs:sD:
. ".'.'Tl, K':v. C C!xt cf 5211 precincts In this stats jive,
:, Tcft 1721, tr.i r.::;;v5lt 1CC7. -r-'
C2, V,:::n :;,
v. C First precinct of - Los An;eles re- '
-.3 t V'Taft :4,- Tv-.t -,-,
.V.YOHK, U. Yv ficv..r-McC?mbs cttlfnt ' th ' tUtet'-of -Main" tndi
,r;:y, ar.i t.v. cslid .ssuth' for, WlUon.;.:'; Yr'J'
rr.Ar:Ct:SO.-CaU tJov. 5-r:turns frcm ; thrs ' preclnitsf showj'
:::n is rur.r.lr.j. 13 ta'7 iheii -c f HocssvetL,.. . J-'lt'iAXl't,
HITZ niven JUKSTIOTV Verr.cnt,:cv. 5-Fcrty trmthrps-cut'ef
"ZZ f.".CtrZG, la4 Ncv. 5. Ctlf ,ter from six 'scattered , counties.
..'.3 that nccsevcH hasa t?l;hfU5d tnihlt-State. V -:: V i
ILVAUKCC, ,VIsn fiav. E-t :r Jani i'neomplctaf .returntlRdlcatt ;:
t-.cn's tuffraja has been t-fiited In Wisconsin. i; '
At.CZLCG, Cal.' TheCarl r.swr papers, which i have been
s fzr Cccssvett, have ecr.cfisl .Wilson's election. - y
r U FFALO, f i. Y tt cvsrnt : r 5Cc triplets "returns here- on the presl-.
: -! etiction; give; WUi3n.U:3, nocsevelt 1J57, Taft :
OYGTCn CAY, N. Y Nov. 5. Roosevelt carried Hong Kong by a plur
cf CC2. The vote stood Roosevelt 510, Wilson 218, Taft 67.
CAH FRANCISCO, CaU" fiov.' A--O" " hundred; antt elshteenof.
s Arsles , precincts return Wilson 70,057,' Roosevelt CSHI, Debs 1SS7,
XCCTON,' Mass.,- Nov.: In ' the -contest for covernor of. Massachu-
it AZi out cf 1102 state' precincts flvei
iiker 3,s:o.. r---
Bird 4M23 : Foss '78,522,
CALTlf40RE, v Md, November 5, The first two precincts counted hero
-!ve Taft 74, Wilson 305, Roosevelt 157. The same, precincts In 1808 gave
!41. Cryan 254. -
COLU M DUS, O," Nov. 5V-Chalrm rOousherty of thV; Democratic .
C late Central Committee says:, fThe State of Ohio has gone Democratic ;
iy a larce majority:,
NEW YORK, n1 Y. William' M. Mcombs, chairman: of ' the Demoeratle
: .tlonal Committee, telegraphs : that Wilson ; has ; carried v' Massachusetts.
Ly c:,c:j and Minnesota oy xw.
' NCV YORK, N.Y Nov. 8, "8 si" Barnes,, the Republican v man
- r, has conceded that Wilson will carry the SUte of New, York by from -'!3
to 150,000. L Straus, the Bull Moose candidate for Governor,. Is run-
intra, y vv : ; . n; , - - r ... !. s ;; !.';''.'-i - "
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NEW.YORKt.N.'Y Nov.',jV The , New. , York National Democratic
Cc-nmittee claims returns at 7 p. m...indicata WJI$on carries New York. .
chusetts, Maryland and Maine.';-: This added to . 134 votes of solid
r .i.i to toUl 218, leaving only 60 in ore .necessary. : ; '.-'V-'"-- '
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"CfE, N.. Y Nov. --Complete returns from, this town given In the
-notorial election, give William Sulier, Democrat, 1619, jQb .Hedges,
-tlican. 1S52. and Oscar S.' Strau Bull .Moose, 1051. The same town
i 1313 gave Dix, Democrat,, t5S5;,Stlmson Republcan 1722. -
SAN FRANCISCO, CaW Nov. p-Wilson Js conceded to have carried
' Ctates south of the tPotomac and Delaware,; ; Kentucky, Maryland,
--'husetts and New, York.. Apparently West Virginia and New Jcr-
are also In the Wilson column. The, electoral votes apparently total;
f.r vjjson, 23 for Rooseyelt r4 SfofiTafLV.; Pennsylvania and Ohio
7-- Mfr The-Interior cf f :ifornla4and San Francisco are for Wll-
ALBnriT WATEHHOUSE . They
wanted a new deck of cards and they
have rot it,"'-'''-' v : vAT
I MAYOIt FERN tKe people turned
UeabcratsJ Ttey wanted a-chaagei qt
gOTernnent rv'wr, ,
5 ED TOVSE This steerli commit
tee r system,?, seems to ?;have bossed
down- somewhere.' -S'--C:: vri'ri.M r1
,; PAUL EUPEII Now thaJ thelelec
Uoa. Lr ber a jot' of'-our' tnen- wilj
tare lirtl to gsUnto! the, 'Y7 gy fans
slum aJ ; exercise something more
strenuous than the right of suffrage. '
REV. W. B. OLL'SON I think there
is popular disapproval v Ofi the way
thlrss have been conducted o clearqr
showndiEsatlsf actioiv . with ; -. party
methods,' on the mainland and 'here
tOO. :. ;-.).; y;; ' V ; ' : '-r.' ;
D. L, WITHINGTON did my besU
in the interests pf the Republican par
ty?. 1 wrote to the attorney general
of the United States to call off Breck
ons, In the Interests of the Repiiblican
party but he declined to do it ; The
result' is evident' : -:'-
; EDWIN . PARIS t am "Very well
satisfied. ".Ton have heard the : old
song, "I want what f I want when I
want if I don't believe that the local
people really do know what they. want
Further than that, I butted Into poli
tics the. wrong year.-.v-,W;1" : ";' .
GEORGE H. ROBERTSON ;w 1 am
too j full for utterance. ; In I the: first
place, I ask- myself. how ' the dickens
did It happen. I don't consider my
self, an authority to express any opin
ion on just what will be the effect
My impression always has' been - that
Wilson would be a safe man-V"; v v v
JLE., LARIMER Quite, a number
of fellows have expressed a desirt to
Sear. Mr. Helsert , course - of lectures .
n Investments" which begin at the
T. M. .C. A. tonight It is hoped that
all; Interested .will be present at the
first lecture which win cover the sub
ject on local and mainland stock." "X
R. H. TRENT Dissatisfaction with
the many, years of broken . promises
of the Republican party is what - I
deem the. cause of . the overturn. The
people felt that they wanted change
I - think ' that, after two ; years of
Democratic administration, -Federal
and local, the big Interests here will
believe " that .the ? Democrats ; are I not
such had fellowa after alL . c. -
CHARLES F. CHILLINGWORTH -I
was not correctly quoted In the Ad
vertiser .this " morning s I do" believe
there was mismanagement. In. the Re
publican campaign, but as far as Ku
hlo losing because he did not make a
statement on the Frear confirmation,
that I did not say, All of his friends
believed that it' would be Inadvisable
for, him to. allow himself to be forced
Into making a statement Kuhio owes
a good deal of his victory-to Bob
Breckons, Bob Shingle, Holstein, Lone,
as any man now in politics on either
l. W. 6. SMITHHere, I think there
were a variety of reasons, f I thlnki the
so-called method of scratching, or vot
ing for the best men, is largely re
sponsible. -? Then there . is the matter
of t the banana campaign, as a great
deal was said 'about, the . Republican
administration having cut the bananas.
Further there was the feeling among
the Portuguese about the Punchbowl
lots. ; I think, .that: Kuhlo's attacks in
fluenced a good many people. With
regard to the mainland election, ! be
lieve that .Wllson v wilt jnake-a good
; SENATOR A! F. -JUDD As ; a ive
publican, I: can.- say - that I am, sorry
things have gone as tney have gone,
but I am too good an American to be
lieve that the country has gone to the
dogs.? ! .understand, tht, the Repub
licans will have a working majority in
the: next house find senate; and, Wfih
the .intelligence which the Democratic
representatives. Jnvi the s . legislature
have. It 'Jooksl to fme aaT though iM
Territory .was io receive ;foj the lZrsi
time .a , legislatdrel, composed of two
parties fairly balanced. : Jndenana
that' there isnot;-a lawyer; elected Jto
the. house '-from; U ahu, ;and .for; thai
reason especially i I very much -regret
Castle's defeat There it no fit ciiair
roan for the Judiciary committee
iliat is on the presriimptionl that Hoi-
sfeln lll agaih take the speake;-lp.
At to the mainland election. I believe
we, are going to have radical .changes
hi 'the' Uriff. he esponsiblllty of a
national administration Is bound Uto
result in inakln': 'progress slowly A
s M. COITO; of Hawaii; is visiting In
the city.; .rv:M:rl;V -.y
R.. GlLLISPIE, of Hawaii,' is regis
tered at the ;Tpung;A !
. F. CARTWRIGHT'lite oft the
Honolulu School for. Boys, : leaves' "on
the Marana for vft trip to England by
way . of - Sydney.,: - !'i:':f::rj::
; W.; E.-BUCK, of San Francisco, .ac
companied' by rX-' A. Buck; are recent
arrivals in; the. city; and afb' register
ed tthe .Young. ' ;v---;:-lV- -;:r'.- -'-v
WMJPQ IES AT BIJOU!
- lt you i are down' aadtouUlnlthe
mquth ; as ;the esultipfrthe vmo
cratic , landslide yesterday itake in
the ; Bijou theatre tonight, . which : you
will . find to ; be a good . antidote " for
thai" rho-would-have-thQughtlt"! feel:
tag; as .Morrl3T wrestling ponies and
John Hedge ,wlll be the reenter of at
traction at . that - popillar semi-open
air theatre tonight , t1;',.
'Morris - shetlands; andi the. colored
comedian, who is such a great ..favor
ite . with l the : kiddies . will ;be on- the
boards for, three nightswonly, during
which time r they ;.., will f extract sixty
laughs . a minute by their .peculiar
pranks, w The Musketeers , Comedy 3,
which is. the' greatest act of : its .kind
ever, shown ; hereV; wllk be f 'seen -in ,'a
new -turn. These- people are t enter-'
tainers par-excellence. ; i '
v Besides the above ;i new act will
be : presented ? by i Florence; Raymond,
the ventriloquist who juses three man
niklna ; in - her Hurn, c'w Well Hsv replete
l with comical r situalloiis.; An extra
ordinary, program of moving " pictures
baa been; prepared by. our local theat
rical impressario, "Bob ; ; vMcUreef,
who" vouches for the fact that . to
night's show. at' the BIJou'.wfll-drive
away all election, cares4 or rather, the
sting that attaches itself to; defeat
EWA AND; OAHU SELL v
HEAVILY BOTH DECLINED
'-' Despite the election,- a considerable
volume -: of; business, mostly; in- Ewa
and Oahu, is recorded in today's stock
sheet, but' with a decline; of ;half
point ' in ' Ewa and one . of at quarter
point in Oahu. " Brewery is also down
a quarter.'; Olaa has advanced a quar
ter point ' Pioneer and Waialua are
unchanged." ' Sales " are ' i follows :
Oahu, 2S0 shares at 26.25; 80 between
boards and 100 on the board at 2S.
Pioneer, 10, 5 and 10 shares at 30.50:
Waialua, 5 shares at 110. V. Olaa, 5 and
20 shares at 1-2. Brewery. 5 at
22. ; Ewa, 485 shares at 28.
The memory , of Captain Cook has
lately ; been 1 honored at the port "tot
Whitby, England, by the erection of a
statue there, t it, was from this port
In his native county 4hat the illustri
ous ' navigator ; first - sailed as . an ap
prentice. 1 The - London Field of Oct
12th' contained " an illustrated article
on the Cook memorial in Hawaii, com
piled by F. Cartwright, of the Hono
lulu Schools forBoysitt ; t :
Before election It. was common talk
that L. L. McCandless already was in
line - for this job, In case he was de
feated by Kuhlo at the pollswi In, the
last few! days, 'however, a .number , of
other names have appeared In these
discussions, one of the most frequent
ly, mentioned being that of Attorney
W. A. Klnney. Other names selected
at random from among the -' Demo
crats for the position have been "Dea
con .Trent Gilbert Waller and Judge
Arthur Wilder. In addition to ; the
honor and responsibility this job car
ries a salary of 7,000 a year.
V It also Is generally . thought ; no
that Territorial Secretary Mott-Smith,
whose resignation . was accepted by
L the President a couple of days ago.
win hold over with the administration
'v Below; is given a list of the offices
which; are generally regarded a poli
tical patronage, in which the Demo
cratic administration ? ; , may , mako
changes; .with the salary of each:
Territorial Secretary, appointed, by
the President ' $4,000. - ? r -yrA
'B U. a District Attorney; $4,000.
X tT. S. . Marshall. $3,000.. J ;
'.5'IT... 8. Postmaster. $3,000. , it - ; '
U. 3.: Collector of Customs approximately,-
$6,000; ;-., v;a::
,U;. S. Collector of Jnteniaf; Revenue.
: ; Also the following heads of Terri
torial departments, appointed by the
Governor: . . ,--; ;
Attorney.,;GeneraI-, $42004 ;v X
's. Superintendent of Public ..Works,
$4800. : ;. -.:;. ; ,
Auditor, $3600. . : . -; -
Treasurer, ; $3600. . ' S' M
;;Land . Commissioner, . $3600. : V :' "
V. These,' commonly . known as the
Governor's rcabinet, are : hot; compell
ed ;toi resign, though; they. usually do
unless urged by the Incoming execu
tive to retain, their , offices. An in
stance ;of ' this was the case of Judge
Kepoikalr Territorial t Treasurer un
der Governor Dole, and who; remained
in office after George R. Cartentook
the gubernatorial job, under. President
Roosevelt - - Carter ' was ; unable to
drive Judge Kepolkai from the office,
though the. latter finally consented to
oult the position . when appointed Cir
cuit. Judge. 4 It is; the unwritten law,
however, ,for the heads of the depart
ments to tender their resignations to
the incoming Governor.' "
v; While the appointments of all"- the
Judges, in the U. S. district court, su
preme court and j circuit courts; are
made by the .president' none of these
are regarded as political offices. They
cannot be removed except ' for good
andsufficient reason, and "doreover
the"; appointments are Invariably- made
regardless of political leanings. The
president appoints the judges oh rec
ommendations, sometimes by, the '-T-t
Association and sometimes by Ua
governor, or on the advice of both.
'An interesting feature of the pres
ent situation is . Hawaii's position ; at
Washington, , D. C - Mahy are pre
dicting that, after all, the recent , in
vestigation by Secretary, of the Inte
rior Fisher will come to naught' He,
like all the other cabinet officials, un
doubtedly-will be removed, from of
fice, and a new secretary will assume
the burden, of" the territorys destinies.
It Is deemed possible that Fisher may
make his 'recommendations on - the
proposed: public utility., commisslou
and other changes in the Organic Act
and1 that this work' may be taken up
and disposed, of to a certain extent,
before the . new administration comes
Into power. One thing is considered
certain- Hawaii will Jose a staunch
friend at'the, national capital'if Fisher-la;
relieved of his office.. "..;
In the talk on - the streets : today
candidates . for mahy of the 'Territor
ial 'departmental f heads) have,. been
mentioned.; For. instance, the follow
ing ' have been suggested for the of
fice of 1 Attorney General; X : Light-
foot;? who' has just been " defeated' for
the office of county attorney;-W. W.
Thayer. Judge W. S. Eddlngs and
Harry;; Irwin,of HUor'A
.W. W. Harris,' whose sudden switch
from the Republican to the Democra
tic ranks was a recent sensational
development in the campaign, and
whose particular sore spot was said
tobe? the Governor's; failure to apf
point him as ; Superintendent of Pub
lic Works, is regarded as - a . possible
applicant for the job that IL IC Sis
hop assummed only last Monday., v
MALAYSIAN RUfeBER V
CROPS FOR OCTOBER
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Cabled advice to The Waterhouse
Company, Ltd., give the following fig
ures of the October yields of the two
rubber ' companies in which that cor
poration is .. interested in the : Malay
Pah an g Rubber Co., 6582 pounds.'
V Tanjong Olok Rubber Co., 6192
iounds. ; ':J .':
Both are very satisfactory in
creases. - -'.' : - -; , v-
USX and Moisture arc severe tests for vv
; ; any watch, arid J many a; obd NwatcH ?!
becomes runreliable, in , Hawaii's 'humid
But not the Howard Watch. The
Howard's perfcctlv adjusted mechanism and": ' '
to every test
r ;Th e fl o war d is pre-eminent f am o rig ;
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i. It takes a mother to explain that if
It wasn't for: the other bad boys her
Willie? would be ad aa-cl. ' " . 1
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OUt Of CCthir vUi t'..2
5cn cf a 1
MANOA-FIne residence Jot, 55,000 sq. .feet,
;' Several other choice properties: - i : : . ' : '
NUUANU 40,000 sq). feet in the upper, cool part of the vglley $1750
OCEAN VIEW Modern Home with all conveniences ...............$8500
ANAPUNI ST Modern I'i toy house : . . ... ;V. . . . . .$4500
Modern artistic Bungalow -. . .$4850
YOUNG ST. Resldtnce tot, 12981 :sq. ft ...... $200
PAW AA Modern y story house.. :. .$4500
' AU LO LAN E 3 bedroom house . - $1750
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Kailhi .i . . . . .3.C3. 512.::,
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.. Alewa Heights
' Matlock Avenue
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Thi PoBidir'Jtwelari'v-';';1-''.v-'- . r-:' 115 Mctsl Ctrtst
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PAL0LO HILL: ! House and two loU V.;... l $3500.00
$500. down; balance In installments.:
PARJC AVl4x Kalmuk i : t-Room' House $2 600.00
HOBROX AVE: $6000 Property . ... .... ...'.;i....$4000.00 ;
; PALOLO VALLEY : , Acre Lota ; ; . iV. . . . V . A". .$ 500.00'
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OCEAN VIEW: Kaimukl Ave. and 16th Ave 3 lots. . $1450.00 1
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OCEAN VIEW: Reservoir Ave.; 3 loU .... ........ ..$16o0.00 r;
: v ocs",viEWr'i5thaye.':-: ;;.7;V;v;$55oaoo ; 5
OCEA VIEW15th Aver and Pahoa A.$1200:oo;k
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CORNER FORT AND MERCHANT STREET X't
GUABDIAH TRUST CO., Ltd,
vi i eerAun ei nrto tunn milt nifkin r -
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