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TIIK WHKKjW IIILO TRIBUNE, IIILO, HAWAII, TUKSDAY, SHl'TKMBEK 12, 1905.
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TUKSDAY, - SKl'T. 12, 1905
Knlcied lit the l'ostoflicc ul Hilo, Hn
wall, ns second-class matter
runusitr.t) kvkkv tuhskav.
J. Casti.k Uidgwav - Kdttor
1). W. MauSII Husiiicss Maunder.
WILL SUPPORT THE SCHOOIS.
Upon his return, Governor Carter
is reported as having given an as
surance that all school items in the
loan appropriations will be expended (
as provided. This is welcome news
and a contradiction to the first re-1
port that it was the purpose of the
administration to sacrifice llilo
propriatious, including that for sen er
and llilo High School, for the im
provement of Honolulu harbor.
As an evidence of his thorough
appreciation of the impoitance of
supporting our school system, Gov
ernor Carter has determined to
place his own children in the public
schools. It is likely that the ma
jority of citizens of the Territory
will heartily endorse this broad
minded view of our public schools,
despite the tendency of parents of
modern times toscek private schools
of learning for their children. Most
taxpayers feel that money in school
buildings is not wasted, even though
the building is unused a large part
of the year. When it does work,
it works, well and grounds the child
in elementary knowledge of reading
writing and arithmetic, so that when
the pupil desires to aspire togreater
heights of learning, his common
school training will be found solid
The high school is an intermediate
step between the grammar grades
and the college course. It is in the
nature of a preparatory school, hav
ing gone through which the student
is fitted either to pursue a higher
course of education or to embark in
the world with a liberal foundation
on which he can build a noble
career. The decision of Governor
Carter not to impede the progress
of the Hilo High School is worthy
of those finer traits of character
of which he is sometimes capable.
A PRODUCE EXCHANGE.
The Honolulu Advertiser has
the following to say regarding the
necessity of establishing a Fruit
Exchange for bananas and other
"The only salvation for the Hilo
banana growers is to organize."
Thus the Hilo Tribune begins an
editorial under the heading of
"Organization Imperative." lfor a
long time past the Advertiser has
advocated the organization for the
Territory of a Fruit Growers' Asso
ciation, with affiliating local
branches on all the islands. Part
of the Advertiser's plan is to have
.such an organization represented
by a practical agent in San Fran
cisco. So far as the Honolulu local
market for fruits and vegetables is
concerned, the Advertiser is pleased
with the information that private
enterprise is likely, in the early
future, to establish something in
the nature of a produce exchange.
Tun building regulation ordi
nance passed by the Hoard of Su
pervisors is timely and sensible.
It is unfortunate that after the
the passage of the ordinance, the
Board of Supervisors did not ap
point a building inspector as pro
vided therein. The failure to ap
point a building inspector however
does not invalidate the law for as a
sanitary officer, Inspector Bowman
can exofficio enforce the ordinance.
Tint desire of Supervisor Makua
kane to secure as widespread pub
lication of the ordinances enacted
by the Board of Supervisors, by
printing them in the Tuihuki; is a
credit to his sagacity and discrimi
nation in selecting the proper me
dium for printing these laws.
Tin', action of the Board of Su
pervisors in appropriating $100 per isUou1(, ,JC ,,!.,!, ue iron work should
month for the support of the Hilo.be scraped mid painted in rusty spots
Band is most praisewotthy and is mid also recommend that hot tar should
indicative of the desire of the b ' Poure'1 " lowcr connections ns it can
Board to cultivate a love
in the hearts of the people.
CONDITION OP 1IK1IIUKS.
Lenin lloporlx on Iho llrliltcos
South llilo Olstrlit.
An the request of Road Supervisor Ly
m.iu,Jns. I). Lewis, thf contractor nud
nuil bridge huililcr tins made n suryey of
nil the bridge In the South HUo District,
which Mr. Lyman submitted to the llonril
of Supervisors on Tucsilny. The report
hi full Is as follows:
Hli.o, Aug. 3 '905
N K. I.VMAN, Ksq
Ho.nl Supervisor, South Hllo.
Sir: lly your instruction I have exam
ined such bridges and culverts in your
fltstrtrt. mill lli'muttli rtttnrt ns fnllnu'fl!
Bllll iSO( MU n,nr Hnknlnu, I cxauiln-
cd that bridge:
Hnknlnu bridge, covered truss, 66 ft.
0MR- t. roadway; this brdge is in very
Iknil r-it,1 I, lrt. ..tllfl ntlld n.ifl nllild nf.ltlll.
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bridge be raised two or three feet to keep
water from running on bridge; second,
that the planks be renewed; and third,
splice stringers on llilo end, the roof to
be repaired to keep it dry, nod to tar or
paint the iron rods to keep from rusting.
Waiacla culvert, 38 ft. long, 16 ft. road,
way, some of the planking needs rcpluc
Kaahakiul steel bridge, 70 ft, long, 16
ft. roadway, this bridge is in pretty good
condition, the guardrails should be re
paired, the floor was recently replaced,
the ironwork should be painted on the
rusty spots after the scales nre knocked
Kolckolc bridge, covered truss, 80 ft.
long, it ft. 6 in. roadway; this bridge
should be rcshingtcd as the shingles have
all been blown off and rain leaks in; tint-
jbers, if not repaired will soon rot away.
it will take nbout II m. shingles, 84 Hit
ft. 1x4 and 1x5 for ridge board, 100 liu.
ft, 1x3 to replace bad ones; 40 lbs. 3d. gal.
nails; labor about $35.
Kapahcchec steel bridge, 60ft. long, 16
ft. roadway; the iron work should be
scraped and painted in rusty spots.
Ilonomu steel bridge, 70 ft. long, 16 ft.
roadway; planking pretty fair, iron work
should be scraped and painted in rusty
Kaapepa steel bridge, 70 ft long, 16 ft.
roadway; two or three planki to be re
paired and iron work scraped and painted
in ru-ty spots.
Mnk en concrete culvert, recently built;
roadway lms settled, should be redressed
l'epeekco China store culvert, 14 ft.
long, iS ft. roadway, guardrails should
l'epeekco crusher culvert, 18 ft. long,
20 ft. roadway.
Wniaama concrete culvert, recently
Kawninui steel bridge, So ft. long, 16
ft. roadway; 4 planks to be repaired and
iron work to be scraped and painted in
Ouoiuca stecel bridge, 40 ft. long, 16 ft.
roadway; 4 or 5 planks to be replaced and
iron work to be scraped and painted in
Ilauawi steel bridge, 70 ft. long, 16 ft.
roadway; 6 plant. s to be replaced and
iron work to be scraped and pair ted in
Kuluoa steel bridge, 40 ft. long, 16 ft.
roadway; 4 planks to be replaced and
iron work to bu scraped nud painted in
Kalaoa culvert, 14 ft. long, iS ft, road
way; this culvert is rotten and should be
replaced with new material nil through,
the planking to be tarred before replac
ing as this culvert is covered with tu c
Aleamni truss bridge, recently built,
the timbers should be painted with tar to
preserve it against the weather.
Kaieie concrete culvert, recently built.
Kapue combination truss bridge, 66ft.
long, 16 ft. roadway, in very fair condi
tion, the timbers should be tarred to pre
Pahoehoc, combination truss bridge, So
ft. long, 16 ft. roadway; the timbers
should be tarred and covered with iron
nloug the upper structure to keep water
out from joints, some of the planks should
Kumuiiuiaiakc bridge, the old bridge
is very rotten nud in dangerous condi
tion, a new concrete bridge was built nud
part of All completed but not enough
money from old appropriation to finish
P.iukun culvert, 14 ft. long, 16 ft. road
way; planking not good, should be re
placed, also some of the stringers.
Ilonolii steel bridge, 152 ft. long, iS ft.
roadway; the upper steel work Is in bad
condition, some places the rust has eaten
the iron in two nud recommend that
home new iron should be put in the worst
places, the iron work should be scraped
and painted in rusty spots, 11 few planks
should be replaced.
Wnilua trussel bridge, 80 ft. long, 14 ft.
roadway; was rebuilt about 3 years ago,
some of the timber showing decay should
be tarred, same of the planks should be
Mokiihoiuu stone culvert.
l'ohakuuauakn concrete culvert.
l'ukihae stone culvert bridge.
Wiiiluku steel bridge, 124 ft. long, 18
ft. roadway; this bridge needs general
oerhauliug, the floor joist to be replaced
nt smile art rotten. I'nncl mimv tilntiW
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L i.uwer wuiuiKii steei uriuge, 170 11,
long, 20 ft. roadway, with sidewalks; this 1
bridge was recently built, the iron work
should be scraped nud painted in rusty
Wnlolnt.in pile bridge, 64 it. long, 30
ft. roadway; in fair condition, the plank
lug is worn, the traffic is so much.
Kukunii truss bridge; the planking on
this bridge should be taken up nud laid
U in. to 1 in. apart to let water drain
through, the timbers should be tarred.
Waiakcn bridge, 124 ft. long, 20 ft.
roadway; ironwork should be scraped
and painted to keep from rusting in
Lower Waiakcn bridge, 70 ft. long, 16
ft. roadway; Die ironwork should be
scraed nud painted in rusty spots. The
abutment on llilo side the sand has been
washed out by the tide, the retaining wall
has sctteled nud abutment is cracked in
two or three places, but no danger as long
as piles nre sound, being exposed in salt
water, the teredos tuny have attacked
them, otherwise the bridge is in snfc con
dition. The Kniwiki bridges I did not exnin
ine, nor the Riverside bridge. The brid
ges in this district, with n few exceptions,
are in good condition, and recommend
that steel bridges should be painted often-
cr, or the rusty spots bu touched up to
keep it from corroding so fast, also hot
tar should he poured into connection on
bottom rods as it could not be painted.
The woodwork on exposed bridges
should be tarred or carbotlnctitu applied,
as it it keeps the water from penetrating
the wood and form dry rot.
There is also n culvert bridge over Wnl
olama canal which I have not examined,
and one at four miles, Volcano road, and
two or three small bridges on Kattmaua
Jamks I). I.itwis.
COUNTY OF HAWAII
TURKITOKV Of HAWAII.
ORDINANCE NO. 10.
Suction i. No person shall commence
the erection, moving or alteration of nny
house, store or other building within the
limits of the City of Hilo, County of Ha
waii, without first having a written
permit therefor issued .nud signed by the
Iluildiug Inspector for the City of Hilo,
as provided for in this Ordinance.
Suction 2. Any person desiring to
obtain a permit for the erection, moving
or alteration of any house, store, building
or other structure within the City 'of
Hilo, shall make n written application
therefor directed to the Iluildiug Inspec
tor of the City of Hilo wherein shall be
stated clearly the location where the pro
posed erection, moving or alteration is to
be made, and such applicant shall, at-9he
same time, file with the said Iluildiug
Inspector the plans and specifications
showiug specifically the manner in
which the proposed structure is to be
erected, moved or altered and the mater
ials which are to be used therein.
Suction 3. Upon the receipt of such
an application for a permit the Iluildiug
Inspector shall examine the plans nud
specifications nud the locality where the
erection, moving or alteration is to be
made nud if the proposed structure, when
completed in accordance with the plans
and specifications, shall conform to the
requirements of the Territorial Hoard of
Health, nud shall otherwise, in the
opinion of the said Inspector, be entirely
sanitary and shall not be in conflict with
any statute of the Territory of Hawaii or
Ordinance of the County of Hawaii or
otherwise unsafe, the Inspector shall
issue to the said npplicaut n permit for
such erection, moving or alteration.
Suction 4. After n permit has been
issued by the Iluildiug Inspector, ns pro
vided in this Ordinance, the permitted
structure shall be erected, moved, or
altered only in accordance with the
plans and specifications filed with the
Inspector except by the written permis
sion of the Iluildiug Inspector, after a
written request therefor, accompanied by
plans and specifications showing the de
parture from the original plans and speci
fications filed with the Iluildiug Inspector.
Suction 5. Whoever shall erect,
move or alter any house, store, building
or other structure mentioned in this
Ordinance or otherwise violate any sec
tion of this Ordinance shall be fined 111 a
sum not exceeding f 100 nt the discretion
of the District Magistrate.
Suction 6. A Iluildiug Inspector for
the City of Hilo shall be appointed by
the Hoard of Supervisors ot any regular
or special meeting nud unless removed
by the Hoard of Supervisors for cause
shall hold office for a period of two years
and thereafter until his successor is a p.
poiuteduiid qualified; provided, however,
that the first Iluildiug Inspector, appoint
ed under this Ordinance, shall hold
olllce only until the first day of January,
Suction 7. The Iluildiug Inspector
for the City of Hilo shall receive such
remuneration for hi services as the Hoard
of Supervisors shall from time to time
Suction 8. The limits of the City of
11110, in so lar ns relates to llie purpose
and intention of this Ordinance is con
cerned, in deemed to be nil that portion
of the City of Hilo embraced within a
radius of one (1) mile from the Hilo
Temporary Chairman, Hoard of Supervisors.
Territory of Hawaii
,.. ..fit .11 t ft?
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I hereby certify that the foregoing Or
dinance was regularly considered nt 11
meeting of the Hoard of Supcivisors of
the County of Hawaii, held nt the County
Sent upon the yth day of September, A.
I). 1905, and upon being put to vole said
Ordiunnce was ndoplcd by n majority of
the Supervisors present nt said meeting.
IN W1TNHSS WHURHOP I have
hereunto set my hand and affixed the
seal of the County of Hawaii upon this
qth day or September, A. I). 1905.
HHM.l SAMUKL K. PUA.
Clerk of the County of Hawoli.
KALAXA 0 HAWAII
TKKlTORt O HAWAII.
OUao KAUOHA HKLU 10.
l'AUKU I. Aole lot c ne in kckahi men
c kiikulu, hoonee, n i ole, c
i ole, c liana lion
palm i keknhl hale, hale kuai, n i ole,
kcknhi nuo hale paha malokoo na palena
o ke Kulauakauhale o llilo, Kalaua o
Hawaii, me ka loan nuia ole iaia o ka
p.ilapala ae ma ke kakau no in liana i
hooptikiiia 11 i knknuinoin c kn I, una
Nairn Hale no ke Kulanakaiilialc o Hilo,
c like me tin hoakakn o keia Olelo
Pauku 2. O kcla ainc keia men c
mnkeniakc nun e lona lain ka p.ilapala ne
110 ke kiikulu nun, hoonee nun, n i ole,
hoololi nun paha i kcknhi hale, hale
kuai, n i ole, kcknhi nuo hale palm ma
loko o ke Kulnuaknuhnlc o Hilo, e nonoi
aktt oia ma kn pnlapala no In men i kn
Luna Nairn Hale o ke Kulauakauhale o
Hilo c hoakaka tuo.ikaka lea ana hoi ma
la p.ilapala 110I kahi 1 makemake in ai c
kuktilu, hoonee, n i ole, hoololi paha i
makemake la, n ma ia manawn no ho! c
waiho pu aku kn men uoi me ka I, una
Nana Hale i ka papa kuhikuhi nine ke
kii e hoakaka pouo ana i ke nuo o ka
hale nine kahi e kuktilu ia aku ai, hoonee,
a i ole, hoololi paha ntne ke nuo o tin men
pnahaun c hoohaua in aku nun.
Pauku 3. Mahope kokc iho o kn loa.i
nun aku o kn palapala not i p ilapala ne i
kn Luna Nana Hale, alailn, c huli pouo
ka Lunn Nana Hale i kahi i manao ia ai
e kiikulu, hoonee, n i ole, hoololi ana
palm i kn hale, c like me ke kuhikuhi
n ke kii mile kn papa kuhikuhi i waiho
ia nku me in, u itia ike kn I, una Nana
Hale ua hooko ia na mea apatl i kulike
me ka makemake o ka P.ipn Oln o ke
Teritori, n i olc,uiamuli palm o kn manao
pouoi o kn Luna Nana Hale, ua ktipono
110 ke oia o kn lehulehu, n nole hoi i kite
i keknhi kaiuwai o ke Teritori, n i ole,
Olelo Kauohn palm o ke Knlaua o Ha
waii, alalia, e hoopuka kokc kn Luna
Nnun Hnle i kn palapala ne i ka men no!
no ke kiikulu ana, hoonee ana n hoololi
l'AUKU 4. Mahope iho o kn boopukn
in ana c kn Luna Nana Hale o kn pala
pala ae, e like me ia i hoakaka in e keia
Olelo Katioha, alailn, o kn hale i ae ia e
kiikulu, hoonee, ft i ole, hoololi paha, c
liana ia no ia n kulike me ke kuhikuhi a
ke kii nine ka papa kuhikuhi i waiho ia
aku me kn Luna Nana Hale, koe wale
110, itia c makemake in c hoololi hou ke
kahtin n mail hoololi e ne paha, itia wale
no n loan kn ne ia mai e ka Lunn Nana
Hnle ma kc kakau liiamuli o ke uoi i
wniho ia nku me in i kulike me ke kii
nine kn papa kuhikuhi i wniho pu ia nku
me ka palapala uoi e hoakaka aim i kahi
i manao i.i ni e kuktilu, hoonee, n i ole,
hoololi paha me ka I, una Nairn Hale.
l'AUKU 5. O keia ame keia mea c kii
kulu nun, hoonee, 11 i ole, hoololi palm i
kckahi hale, hale kuai, a hale c ne paha,
c kite nun i kckahi pauku i lioakaknin
mnloko o keia Olelo Kiiuolm, u hoopni in
no oia i kn huiti.i nole e oi aku uiaimia o
f 100 e like me kn manao o ka Luna
Pauku 6. Na kn l'npi I, una Kiai ma
kckahi hnlnwni man, n i ole, hnlaw.ii
kuiknwn paha e hookoltti i I, una Nana
Hide 110 ke Kulauakauhale o Hilo, a aia
wale 110 n hoop.iu ia e ka Papa Luna Kiai
110 kcknhi kutiiu, e uoho oia ma kn
oiliaun 110 ka minawa o elun maknhiki, n
pcla pu 110 hoi ma in hope'nku a hiki i
kn wa e hookohu n c hookupouo ia ai o
koun hope; aka uac hoi, o ka Luna Nana
Hale uiti.i loa e hookohu ia ana mahilo o
ka maim o keia Olelo Katioha, e uoho
oia ma ka oihaii.i n hiki i kn la 1 o
Pauku 7. V. uku in kn Luna Nnun
Hnle 110 kann liana e like me kn uku e
hooholo i.i nun e kn P.ip.i Luna Kiai i
keia nine keiu m.iuawa a lakou e hookan-
wale ai i uku noun.
Pauku 8, O tin palena o kc Kulaua
kauhale o llilo 110 ka iiinkeiuake o keia
Olelo Knuohn, oia no o keia wnhi apau
loa e upo ia mm c hooknhi (1) mile ke
uiiaptiui mai ka Hale Hookolokolo nku o
Luiiahooiu.ihi 110 ka Mauawn o kn Papa
Teritori o Hawaii
Knlaua o Hawaii fbS
Ke hooia uei nil o keia Olelo Katioha
ua Inwcia a iioouoola ma ka halawul o ka
Papa o ke K alana o Hawaii, i nuho 11111
ke Kulauakauhale Poo o ke Kalaua ma
ka la 9 o Scpatemaba, 1905, n mahope o
ke knhenia aim o na ne nine na hoole tin
hooholoia keiu Olelo Knuohn e kn hup.i
mil o kn Papa.
I HOIKK NO KI'.IA ke hoop.iu net au
i knit iuoa nine ke sila o ke Kalaua o
Hawaii ma keiu la 9 o Sep.iteui.ib.i, 1905.
Sh,a SAMUKL Is. PUA,
Kakatiolelo Kalaua o Hawaii.
Subscribe fof the Tkiiiunk. Sub
scription 2,50 u year.
Pure blood makes tho skin
cloar, smooth, healthy.
Imtiuro Mood lilotchM tlm skin with
pimples, sores, boll, eczema, eruptions,
Mr. (',. W. llurtner, Keenletown, Va., tells
of the bad condition ha was in, nml how
ho was cured by
".Shortly after leaving ioHcrc. I was
trnulileil with a ikln iliie which showed
Itself tirst at tlio ankles. l'hlcUin pro
nounccd It eczema, ami treated mo for that
complaint. Tlio eruption crept slowly up
my limbs, and on thu lidj, until It envel
oped tho wlmlo frame. It cnn ine Ititliillo
trouhlc.with constant Itrhliijr.r.ntliiiriilTirf
dryscalcisandrt watery lliiild which would
cxildo from under tlio scales. I treated It
for over three cars unsuccessfully, and was
unable, to ehech It until 1 bc;.in mine. A)er's
Rirsaparlll.1. I ued three Ixittles of thh
medicine, and was completely cured-my
skin liecomlnt: as Bmwth and clear us
There are many imitation
Bo sure you get "AYER'S."
For Sale by HILO DRUG COMPANY
Hilo Railroad Co.
Short Route t6 Volcano
In effect July 1, 1905.
Passenger Trains, Hxcept Sunday.
.. Perndale ..
. .Wniakea ..
The trains of this Company between
Hilo and Puna will be run us follows:
Leave Hilo Station, by wny of Rail
road Wharf, for Olaa and Puna, upon the
arrival of the Steamship Kinati, running
through to Puna and stopping at Pahoa
both going and returning.
lv Hllo an
nr.R. R. Wharf.ar
ar..l'ahoa Juiicar ,
nr Paho.i ar ,
ar l'liua lv
. lv Hilo ar
. ar... Wniakea... arj
. ur..Puhoa June
, nr Pahoa ar
. ar Puna lv
Excursion tickets between nil poluts
nre sold 011 Saturdays and Sundays, good
returning, until the following Monday
Commutation tickets, good for twenty
five rides between any two points, and
thousand mile tickets nre sold nt very
D. 1J. MHT.GKR,
Call at Tribune Office
All treight sent to ships by our launches
will be charged to shippers unless accom
panied by a written order from the cap
tains ol vessels.
R, A. LUCAS & CO.
Permanently Cures Dandruff and
Renders the hair soft and glossy;
allays itching, and is cooling nud
refreshing to the scalp. It is the
only specific that will positively
Directions: Rub into the scalp
twice it week with the ends of the
fingers. When the desired results
are obtained, use twice a month.
THE HILO DRUG CO.
g Ltd., Solo Agents
o HILO, - - HAWAII 8
SERRAO LIQUOR CO
Complete Stock of Finest Table
Wines, lleers. Whiskies, Gins,
llrnudies and Liqueurs.
Sole Agent for
PR I MO BEER
Serrao Illock, Shipman Street
Telephone No. 7
THE UNION SALOON
Always on Hand:
Of Wines, Liquors, Heers
Mixed Drinks n Specialty
Draught nnd Ilottlcd
lOc Por Class
Telephone No. 7
J. G. SERRAO, - Manager
FIRST BANK OF HILO
Incorporated Under the Lowe of th
Territory of Hawaii.
PEACOCK BLOCK, IIILO.
T. I'KCK President.
C. C. KUNNHIjY Vlce-Hres.
JOHN T. MOIK..imt Vice-I're.
C. A. STOIIIH Cliler.
A. II. JACKhON becretnry.
John Watt, John J. Grace,
H. 8. 1.ymiiH, . V. I'atteu,
Wm. IMllnr. v. II. Shipman.
Druw Exchange on
1 11 Hank of Hawaii, Ltd Honolulu
Wells, Pargo & Co. Hank. ..San Praucisco
Wells. Pargo & Co's Hank New York
The National Hank of the Re-1 . ,
Glynn, Mills, Currie & Co Loudon
Hongkong-Shanghai Hunk- ) Hongkong
ing Corporation ) China.
Hongkong-Shanghai Hank- 1 Shanghai,
ing Corporation f Chum.
Ilongkong-Shanghai Hank-) Yojcohuma
ing Corporation f BMi K'
n ' J Japan.
SAFE DEPOSIT BOXES
Rented by the Month 01 Year. Par
ticulars on Application.
Hilo Electric Light Co., Ltd.
Houses Wired and
In accordance with the rules of the Na
tlonnl Hoard of Pire Underwriters.
A complete stock of
Fixtures, Shades, Table, lied mid Desk
Lumps, etc., always on hand.
Fan Motors . . . $JS
Fan Motors, swivel frame 8
Sowing Machine Motor 20
Power for operating them Ji a mouth
Installation charged extra.
Estimates furnished 011 all classes of
Ulectrical Work nud Contracts taken to
install apparatus complete.
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