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FRIDAY, JULY 10, 1885.
Schr Haleakala from Pcepoolioo
Scbr MIllo Morris from Ewa
StmrW G Hall for Windward forts
Bk Centaur for Hongkong
Schr Luka for Koliolalele
Scbr Wallelo for Mallko
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Wchr Kaulkcaoull for Kohala
VESSELS lil PORT.
Ilk Julia Ford. Rurgcmuu
Fr Bk Louis IX, Labour
S S Mariposa, Uaywatd
.lap S S Yiunasliiro Maui
Bk Mount Lebanon
Scbr J C Ford
ThubgtnoWG Irwin. 'Capt Tumor,
arrived last ovenlng 14 days from San
Francisco, with a general cargo. She
also brought, a flue Kiev inaro valued tit
About 8300 for Mr. llcckwitli. The Irwin
U discharging near the lUli-markct and
Is consigned to Irwin & Co. She had
light winds the cntho passage. She
sighted three vessels on the way but
The schooner American Girl sailed
this morning for San Francisco, with
18H5 bags of sugar, valued at .935,U03.G3.
The Mount Lebanon will not sail for
Hongkong until Monday or Tuesday
The. Ko Au Hon will have a top mast
on her inatn-inast only.
The Julia Ford wants about 2000 bags
of sugar of being full. She will proba
bly sail on Monday.
.The stmr Iwalanl Is over due.
The stmr O K Bishop will call at
Kapaa on her next tiip.
Sohr Hnleakala brought 1220 bags of
sugar and 0 kegs of sugar. The captain
jeports that when off Laupahochoo on
his way here, he met a piece of timber
as big around as a large cask and about
20 feet long. It was covered with bar
nacles and full of knots. Millions of
dsh were around it. Capt Cralnc thinks
it came from the Coast, and he savs if it
had struck the Haleakala It would have
made a hole In her. He could not take
it on board, and as the wind was very
light lie could not low it very well.
Tho Japanese steamship sails to-morrow
for a trip to Windward. On her
return she will make preparations to sail
on or about the ICth inst for Japan.
The Centaur sails this p in for Hong
kong with 05 Chinee passengers, also a
lot of old copper, 1 case of pictures, 2
cases of slum-shoo and 80 mats of rice.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Interesting selections will be
found on the fourth page.
Tue Y. M. C. A. arithmetic class
meets this evening at 7 :30.
Remekyi and his concert party arc
at present conccrlizing in Japan.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, A. F.
& A. M., meets this evening. First
Laji Koan is now running the res
taurant on Hotel street formerly
kept by Madame De Jean.
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Tue Married Men and Ilonolulus
will play a match game of baseball
at Makiki to-morrow afternoon.
Legal notice of the firm now
operating Love's bakery and coffee
bouse business nppears in tins issue.
The Royal Hawaiian Band gives
its usual concert at Emma Squaro
to-morrow afternoon at 1 :30 o'clock.
, . .
Do not forget the half mile race
at the Central Park Skating Rink
this evening for gentlemen and
Por corn party at the Yosemite
Skating Rink this evening. Music
by the band, and the usual dancing
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Myrtle Boat Club will be held
this evening at the boat house at
The members of Engine Co. No.
2 should take notice that their regu
lar monthly drill takes place to-morrow
afternoon at half-past four
Reed's Minstrels now performing
in San Jose, may probably come hero
nest montn ior a snort senson. mr.
Wiseman received a letter from them
by last mail.
(ITAwucations for money orders on
the United States per O. S. S. Mari
posa, July lfith, must be made at
the Post-oflico before noon of Tues
day the 14th.
Fkom a private letter received by
the Mariposa it is learned that about
five hundred Chinese coolies may be
expected hero some time in August
by the S. S. Arabic.
The Young People's prayer meet
ing nt tho Bethel Union this evening
-will be conducted by Secretary Ful
ler. Subject, "Knowledge of God
and its responsibilities."
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Chicke,n stealers should take
notice that in the Police Court this
morning a native was sent to prison
for five months with hard labor for
stealing four chickens.
L70X3 & Levoy will" hold their
regular cash 'sale to-morrow morning
at 10 o'clock. Furniture, Cal. po
tatoes, dry goods, and cases and tins
of fancy biscuits will bo offered.
E. 13. Thomas' Mack and J. S.
Shauo's Dick will contest in a trot
ting race at tho Park to-morrow
afternoon at 2 o'clock for $100 a
side, mile heals, best three in five.
Those persons who have not yet
paid their subscriptions towards the
Fourth of July celebration, are
earnestly requested to call on Mr. J.
E. Wiseman and do so without fur
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Tun Chinninan, Lcong Pang, has
pleaded guilty to importing tho last
consignment of opium into the coun
try. His Honor Justice Bickcrton
will pronounce sentence to-morrow
The Supreme Court lias been sit
ting in banco to-day. To-morrow,
Mr. Justice McCully will hear di
vorces and tho foreign jury is re
quired to attend at 10 o'clock Mon
About 81,400 was subscribed
towards the Fourth of July celebra
tion, but as the expenses amount to
Sl,C0O there is a deficiency of S200.
Those persons who feel like helping
to make up the delioieno' should
call at Mr. Wiseman's olllce.
Messhs. II. Hackfeld & Co., agents
of the Pacific Mail Steamship Co.
are advised that the City of Sydney
was to leave Sun Francisco, Sunday,
July 5th, consequently she may be
looked for here Sunday afternoon.
Letter wi iters to the Colonics should
The reference to Dr. McWayne's
card in yesterday's issue was not
meant to convey the impression that
the doctor was going to devote him
self exclusively to diseases of the
ear and throat. Although he
makes a specialty of those affections,
he intends seeking a general medical
Mn. and Mrs. Merton R. Cotes, at
present staying in our city, will
visit the Volcano next week by the
new route. Mr. Cotes is proprietor
of Claridge's Hotel, London, and the
Royal Hotel, Bournemouth, Eng
land. They leave the islands by
the Zealandia due hero August 2nd
from the Colonies.
At the Hotel fire Tuesday even
ing one thing was noticed that ought
to be checked, namely, the reckless
driving of some express drivers.
What business they have with their
horses near to a large fire is difficult
to conceive, and it is fortunate no
accident occurred. Several persons
had very narrow escapes that even
ing from being run over.
It is possible that Mr. Jules
Tavernicr the artist will pay another
visit to the Volcano next week, as
Mr. Merton R. Cotes wants him to
paint a picture for him to take to
Engl.ind. Mr. Tavcrnier will take
canvas with him and paint the
picture right on the spot. That
picture is bound to be of some bene
fit to the islands.
Missions in Tin key was the sub
ject at the Bethel Union meeting,
Wednesday evening. Miss Payson
showed, on the map of Turkey, the
principal mission stations of the
Amciican Board, and gave interest
ing sketches of the missionaries and
their doing9. In the four divisions
of the mission, Eastern, Central,
Western and European, there are
113 churches, 147 missionaries and
The N. Y. Clipper of a recent
date, in its San Francisco corres
pondence says that a number of
kanaka dancers from the Sandwich
Islanders were shortly to appear at
the Fountain in that city. It ap
pears that some arrangements had
been partially made with Ioanc, the
Hawaiian dandy, to take a troupe to
the Coast, but they have fallen
through. Ioane was to be paid 40
a month and expenses for his own
part of the programme.
The California Produce Company
have on hand a choice lot of eating
See those beautiful peacocks and
feathers, for sale at King Bros.' Art
Store, Hotel Street. 08 3t
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adlcr is the placo for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 980. tf.
DuitiKG the continuance of the
Clearance Sale at the Hawaiinn
Bazar, late Ten Cent Store, from
this date, a reduction of ten percent
ill lie allowed from all purchases of
a dollar and over. 07 Iw
FUNERAL OF THE LATE MR. TILDEN.
The funeral of the late Manager
Joseph Tildcn of the Hawaiian Hotel
took place yesterday afternoon at 4
o'clock from tho cottage in which he
died. The coffin was covered with
many beautiful llonil tokens of friend-
ship, and n largo number of persons,
friends of the deceased and othcis,
were present. The servlco was read
by the Rev. J. A. Cruzan, pastor of
Foit Street Church. At tho conclu
sion the body was taken to tho hearso
nnd carried to tho Nuuanu Valley
Cemetory. Tho procession was head
ed by a drum corps, followed by
members of the Geo. W. DoLong
Post, G.A.R., the officiating clergy
man, the hearse with tho following
gentlemen n9 pall-bearers: Messrs.
A. S. Hartwell, R. W. Laine, C. H.
Eldredge, F. F. Jones, Jules Taver
nicr, Clarence Macfarlanc, W. A.
Whiting, A. B. Hayley, W. II. Corn
well and C. J. Decring. After the
hearse camo a largo number of car
riages containing the friends of tho
deceased. Arriving at tho grave tho
remains were laid in their last rest
ing placo, tho burial scrvico of tho
G. A. R. being read.
RESOLUTIONS OF CONDOLENCE.
At a meeting of the Privy Council
held yesterday the following resolu
tions were unanimously passed:
It has pleased the Almighty to u-inovu
from life Honorable Benjamin Utile
Austin,. 'in Associate Justice of tho .Su
preme Court mid a member of this
As Councillors of His Majesty thu
King, wo ever found lu our latu Follow
Councillor :i gentleman of eminent
ability and most courteous demeanor.
Resolved, That we, Ills Majesty's
Privy Councillors, in Council assembled,
recognize that Ills Majesty tho King, lu
the passing away of Councillor Austin,
has lost au able, conscientious and
trustworthy adviser; that this Council
has lost a most woithy and honorable
member, and the country an Intelligent
and valuable citizen.
Resolved, That this Council express
their hearty condolence to His Majesty
the King, and to the widow and chil
dren of the late Councillor Austin, on
the occasion of his demise.
Cuiitis P. Iaukha,
The Western Druggist, published
in Chicago, III., has the following:
"Hawaii, over two thousand miles
distant from San Francisco, is situ
ated just within the boundary of the
northern tropic, the fertile soil pro
ducing sugar, fibrous plants and
coffee. Of new articles to us, we fiud
from Benson, Smith & Co., Hono
lulu, distilled cologne, from the
native maile vine, and cucalaform,
from eucalyptus oil. They also send
common awa root, and the more
scarce and valuable species, the
Puna awa." In connection with
the above, Benson, Smith & Co.
have received a letter by last mail
from the Hon. Dr. J. Mott Smith.
Hawaiian Commissioner, in which
lie states that several persons in the
States would like to receive the
Made Cologne in largo quantities to
place on sale. It is quite likely our
enterprising firm will take hold of
A ROYAL BREAKFAST.
This morning, at Iolani Palace,
His Majesty the King gave a break
fast in honor of II. I. J. M.'s Spe
cial Commissioner, Mr. Katsunoske
Inouye and Mrs. Inonye. Those
present in addition to the royal host
and his guests wore, Her Majesty
Queen Kapiolani, Mr. J. Nakamura,
Japanese Consul, Miss von Lepel,
Mr. R. W. Irwin, Hawaiian Chef
d'Affaires in Japan, Mr. Nakayama,
Mr. Peyton Iaudon, Japanese For
eign Secretary, Colonel C. P. Iaukea,
and Colonel E. W. Purvis, His Ma
jesty's Vice-Chamberlain. Mrs. Na
kamura was unable to attend through
illness. The Royal Hawaiian Band
was in attendance and played the
March Detilir Knppy
Overture Flench Comedy. .Keler Bela
Waltz Southern Breeze Meisler
Reminiscences of Meyerbeer.. .Godfrey
Waltz Scented Flowers Waldtcufel
Quadrille New Promenade Coote
Japanese Anthem. Hawaii I'ouol.
A VISIT OF INSPECTION.
The Japanese S. S. Yomashiro
Maru leaves early to-morrow morn
ing for windward. Their Majesties
the King and Queen, His Ex. the
Minister of Foreign Affairs, H. I. J.
M.'s Special Commissioner, Mr.
Katsunoske Inouye, and others will
be passengers by her. The first
stop will be made at Kailua, Hawaii,
where their Majesties will bo landed.
Afterwards the steamer will proceed
to those places on tho islands where
Japanese laborers arc employed, so
as to allow tho Special Commissioner
an opportunity to find cut how the
people are getting along, and also to
obtain other information. The vessel
will return probably inside of a
week. Their Majesties the King and
Queen will bo away about ten days
or more, and return by ono of the
The fire police held their regular
annual meeting last evening in the
hall of Engino Co. No. 2. Tho fol
lowing olilccrs were elected : Cap
tain, Thomas Krousc; .Secretary and
Treasurer, Phil. Braun j First Ser
geant, Charles Hiudt; Second Ser
geant, Maik Kennedy. The regular
routine business was transacted and
a vote of thunks passed to Mr. W.
E. Herrick, the retiring Captain, for
the efficient manner in which he
had performed his duties while hold
Friday, July 10th.
Lcong Pang, charged with im
porting opium into the kingdom,
pleaded guilty and was remanded
until tho 11th for sentence. Os
wald Schusler was scut over tho reef
for forty-eight hours for disorderly
conduct. Koo, Kaholiko and Keola
(w.) were charged with practising
medicine without license and re
manded until the 14th. Kaai and
Ana were tried in a charge of adul
tery. Tho former was fined S30
and the latter $15. An appeal was
noted to tho Intermediary Court.
Kolomona was charged with larceny
of fowls the property of Hy. Hart.
He pleaded guilty and was sentenced
to imprisonment at hard' labor for
LATEST F0REICN NEWS.
Sir Julius Benedict, tiic eminent
English musician, is dead.
Nine Mormon cldcis were indicted
for polygamy at Salt Lake City on
Henry Sanerbicr. of Logan, Ohio,
sold his wife and baby to one Mc
Farland for S 100.
All thu navy yard foremen at Marc
Island, Cal., have been discharged,
by orders from Washington.
Business is so dull in Snti Fran
cisco that tho Stock Exchange took
a week's holiday over the fourth of
Israel Lawton, of Oakland, has
been appointed Superintendent of
the United States Mint at San Fran
cisco. The post-ofllcc at Rockport, In
diana, has becu blown up, it is sup
posed by dynamite, by a rascal
Savannah Valley Railway contrac
tors in South Carolina are charged
with inhuman treatment of colored
James D. Fish, ox-President of
the Marino Bank, began his term of
ten years' imprisonment at Auburn,
N. Y., June 28th.
General Black, U. S. Commis
sioner of Pensions, has declared the
policy of appointiugnonc but veterans
to offices in the department.
J. C. Forbes, a celebrated Cana
dian artist, was reported dying, July
1st, from noscblccdinjj caused by a
catarrh remedy eating away the skin
of the arteries in his nose.
There has been a very heavy fall
in Mexican securities during the last
week in June. Over two-th'uds of
the loss falls in Boston, where the
majority of these slocks arc held.
The attitude of the Chcycnnes in
Dakota territory is very menacing.
Murders by the savages have been
reported, and the military arc taking
active measures for the defense of
The Spanish public is excited over
increased aggressiveness of the Re
publicans. One of the journals of
tho latter has represented revolution
to have been a few days ago proba
ble, but now certain.
Attempts made by New York
steamship agents to have the ocean
steamship subsidy grant of 400,000
divided up has failed, and the money
will go to the Pacific Mail Steamship
Company as originally intended.
The flax-spinning firm of Dunbar,
McMaster & Co., Greenwich, N. Y.,
has been detected in importing eight
Irish girls under contract to work in
their mills, contrary to the Act
against contract labor of last Con
The Diet of Brunswick by a un
animous vote adopted a resolution
declaring that the succession of the
Duke of Cumberland to the throne
of Brunswick would be incompatible
with the peace and security of the
On Sunday, June 28th, a riot be
tween factious in a Polish Catholic
church at Toledo, Ohio, lesultcd in
two men being killed and several
injured. A few days previously nn
attempt hud been made to blow up
the church with dynamite.
The Northern Pacific Railway
Company has chartered a ship to
bring through freight from loko
hama to Portland, Or., direct. If
tho experiment succeeds, the com
pany may establish a Hue of steamers
between Oregon and Japan.
Mr. Colliding says he did not take
part in the Republican campaign be
cause he was not invited so to do.
He also says that it is untrue that
ho wields an influciico in Mr. Cleve
land's administration, and he never
saw tho President in his life.
It is estimated that the decrease
in the public debt of the United
States in Juno was S10,500,000,
which would make the total reduc
tion for tho fiscal year ending with
that month 805,000,000. The re
duction during the previous fiscal
year was 8101,000,000.
Soon Uing, a Chinaman, was im
prisoned in San Francisco for keep
ing u laundry within tho city limits.
Ho appealed to the U. S. Circuit
Court for a writ of habeas corpus,
which was refused, and the case was
cariied lo the Supreme Court on a
wiit of error. Tho decision of the
lower court was sustained, and tho
result is likely to bo the clearing of
Chiueso laundries out of the city.
JOHN BRICHT ON THE CRANT TO
In reply to a resolution asking tho
members for Birmingham to oppose
the annuity, to Princess Beatrice, the
following letter has been received
from Mr. Bright:
Llandudno, Mat 10, 1885.
Dear Sm: I thank you for send
ing mo the copy of thu resolution on
the subject of the grant to tho Prin
cess Beatrice ; but I regret to say
how much I differ from you in re
gard to the grant. The Princess is
now the only unmarried daughter of
the Queen, and I cannot believe that
any considerable number of our
pcoplo would wisli her to be treated
in a manner less generous than has
been the case with her sisters, tho
other daughters of the Queen. I
gather from tho concluding words
of your resolution that your objec
tion to the grant is on the ground of
economy, on which you will permit
me to say n word. The annual grant
of 0,000 is less than 1 fat thing per
family nmong the 7,000,000 families
iu the United Kingdom, and there
fore cannot Im lcgaided as a buidcn
that can bo felt. I am astonished
that Liberals and Liberal associations
should excite themselves over mat
ters so small as this nnd should ln
silent on the extiavagancc of Ihe
Government and Parliament in other
matters. Dining thu now neatly 40
years of the reign of the Queen I
believe that more than '300,000,000
hac been wasted in excessive mili
tary and naval expenditure and in
unnecessary and unjust wars, and
against all this evil but a faint pro
test has been made, even by Liberals
and Liberal associations. The blun
ders ami crimes of successive Gov
vernments aio overlooked and the
attention of workingmen is fixed on
some trillc like this grant to this
Princess. If 1 had been in the
House of Commons ou Thursday
last I should have voted for the
grant. I would not have asked the
House to cast a shadow over the
mind of tho Quecu and to tell her
that in the later years of her reign
Parliament was less generous to her
family than in her earlier years. In
years past I have spoken in Parlia
ment against the magnitude of some
of the grants to the royal family,
but 1 could not condemn the present
grant on any grounds. 1 feel that
in the course 1 am now takiug, and
which I now explain to you, I am
acting in accordance with the general
character of my countrymen, with
whom whatever has a taint of un
kindncssaud meanness is condemned.
1 feci confident that you will not
blame tne if I differ from you in this
matter, but that you will lather ap
prove of the course I have taken.
Let our people look at the millions
which arc wasted, at the wars which
aie waged, and at the blood which
is shed. This were a wiser policy
than to excite themselves over a
grant to the youngest daughter of
the Queen, whose reign historians
will deem illustrious, notwithstand
ing the blundeis and crimes of suc
cessive nduiinistiatious. Forgive
this long leply to your note, and
believe mo, sincerely j'ours.
London Daily JYcics.
It is the man who has the most
property that has the greatest will
A TROTTING race will take place at
Kupinlnni Park, Saturday after
noon, nt 2 o'clock, between E. U.
Thomas' bg Mack and J. S. Shane's sh
Dick for $100 a tide. One nillo boats
best three in five. 00 at
Attention Engine Co. No. 2.
rpilE regular monthly drill of tho
L above Company will bo held on
Saturday, tho Uih ir.st., at hulf.past 4
o'clock. All active members are re
quested to bu In attendance. 07 :tt
Corner-oi fort nuil Hotel Hih.
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Tho Jqnltnblo JAfa Innnrnnco
Society of the United
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plans, viz: Ordinary Life, Limited
Payments, Life Endowments; Tontine
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Policies both Incontestable and Non
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It is calculated that every reasonable
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For full particulars and pamphlets,
ALEX. .T. CAIITWUHJItT,
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
Open Every Evening and Tuesday,
Wednesday, Priday and Satur
Music by the Band.
Tuesday, Friday and Saturday Even
ings and on Wednesday
Friday, July 10 Half mile race for
Ladies and Gentlemen; Gentlemen to
skate backward and Ladles forward.
Saturday, July 11 llace of one mile;
Gentleman and Lady for prize of 3.
Open only to Hnwallans.
Tuesday, July 1-t One mile rare for
Gentlemen; skating backward; C to
compete. Prize $."i.
Saturday, July 18 Amateur llace; one
mile dash; go.as.you.ploabo for boys
under 15. Prize $5.
Friday, July 21 Owing to tho grand
success of tho last Mnsqueiadc, and hy
request of numerous patrons of this
popular Kink, there will be given a
Grand Fancy Dress Parade and Masque,
rado on Skates, with 0 handsome prizes,
viz.: $10 will be given to the couple,
Ladyand Gentleman characters wearing
the handsomest costumes; $5 for the
best sustained character, Lady or Gen.
Human, Boy or Girl; $0 for the most
comical character; Jjij for the most ori
ginal, barring advertisements; Prize,
P'lir Club Skates, any make, to the Lady
wearing the most artistic costume,
Any other than good deportment to
bar any one from a prize, thu judges to
bu ;t Ladies and 2 Gentlemen.
Cr.XTII.VIi TAUIt KKATIXIi JUXK
HOUSE TO LET
ND Furniture for Sale, at Ko. 51
Jicrciamn street. 42 tf
A WOMAN to do general housework
in a family. A comfortable home
and suitable wages promised. Apply at
this olhcc. 02 tf
IN KAPlOIiANI PARK
COTTAGES TO 'LET,
XriTH OH WITHOUT BOA1JD.
T Delightful sea bathing. Dodd's
'busses run to the placo when two or
more passengers oiler. Apply to
ET Telephone 303. fiS lm
nPHE partnership heictoforc existing
X between the undersigned is this
day dissolved by mutual consent.
E. W. BARNAHD,
JAS. D. FKASEH.
Tho business will be carried on by K.
W. Barnard for tho present under" thu
name of Jas. D, Frnscr & Co.
July 1st, 1885. CI lw
IN consequence of the present proprie
tor's intended departure from the
Kingdom, the business of the
AHtor IIoiihc ItcNluurunt.
Doing a first-class tiadc. Tho house is
so well-known as the only American
Itcstaurant in the city, that u detailed
account is not necessary.
To a suitable purchaser tho terms of
pavineut will be made easy, if required.
For further particulars ajiplv to
AVEUY &, I'A'LMER,
Beal Estate Agents, or on the premises,
70 Hotel Street. CO lw
IIoiihc to Let ami Furniture
A NICE large modern built house,
within ten minutes walk from the
Post-Olllco, containing llvo rooms, pan.
try, kitchen and bathroom; fiiniltlioil
complete throughout. Will bo told at a
sacrifice on account of departure. Ad.
dress "Furniture," box 327, Post-Olllce,
Honolulu. 01 lw
HUSTAOE & HOIJEHTSON have
this day removed their olllco lo
corner of Knahiimanu and Queen streets
in me oiuce lately occupied ny lion.
Chue. T. Guliok. lu connection with
our l)rayagol5u-,inrh, Mr .1. W. Unhurt
1 son, the newly appointed Kitommio Ware
house Keeper, will be found, and all
I orders for nil to bu ctirtul to and from
I the Warehouse will be promptly attend.
en iu uy un.
HUSTAOE &. HOllEHTSON.
Hawaiian Hull Telephone, No. 33.
-Mutual Telephone, No. It). 04 2w
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