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WEDNESDAY, SEPT., :0) 1885.
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Stmr Lehun from windward pot !..
bdir Mlllc Morrl from Kwa
Schr Wtillulb for lltlo
S.'hr Malolo for S. S. Island
Slinr .las Mnkcc for Kapaa
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FOREIGN ARRIVALS AND DEPARTURES.
Ilk Calbailcn from San Fi-iiucNco
Schr Domltlln from .Ssiii Francisco
SS Alnmcila fiom San Francisco
11 1 M S S Clulstoplior Columbia from
SS Australia from Australia
Bk JupUcrffoni Liverpool
Ilk IIopo from PoitTownseml
Tern Maggie E Hums from Hock l'oit,
S S Mariposa for San FrancNco
Bktne Ella fcir"SanFraneKeo
llRtin; Clans .Sprcekels for Sail Franeheo
BktnpMnrWiuklenmn forS F'
Bktne Kllkltal for Port Townsend
SS Chrlstoforo Colombo for S F
SS Austrnlla'for San Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
SS Alameda for San Francisco
StmrCK Uishop for Kauai
Scltr Sarali anil Eliza for Koolau
Sclir 31111c Morils for Ew.i
Schr Kanlkcaoull for Koholalole
Ser Luka for.Kohala
Sclir Kiiltiihanu for IColiolalulc
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Ciilbailen, Hubbard
SS Alameda, Morse
H B3ISS Satclltli', Allngton
15k Hope, Peiihallow
"Bk Jupiter, Jones
Schr Maggie C Buss, Peterson
From Kauai, via Waialua and Wula
nae. per steamer C It Bishop, Sept 20
II English, Miss M Moore, Mr Pratt, Mr
Cooke, and 31 deck.
For San Francisco, per S S Maripu.-a,
September. 15 Miss Young, A Young,
Jr, Capt Ayeiri and wife, J Baitrain. J
A Buck, II Wntcrhouso and wife, Mis
M. K Hitchcock, Mrs FA Beckwith and
two children. His Ex J M Kapena, F
Shaker, the Misses McAllister, It S
Smith. .A Henderson, J A Kodanet and
wifc,lG'Galbralth, .T Mendoza, Mrs .1 W
Jackoii, T Jtug, O Albcrg, Mrs M A
Sehurz and infant, Mrs Khincfeldt and
Infant,-J Qudade, J-Finning, M Cabral,
wife and child, M Sou.a, wife and
child, J Mcdias, wife and child, J Far
rel, wife aud'child, JBorteillo, wife and
child,M Dervln, wife and child, M Fcr
tab, wife and child. J E DervMi. wife
and child, Wong Lin, Chun .Tern Chon,
M Schwartz, G O Toonier, J LS Pasch,
Xee Bow. H E-'Lea, J McCarthy, .T
Miller, S AViiUoii," E C Marden, E
Broiy, -B McGrathy, W II Ldwi. C
Stewart, A Schubert.
From San Francisco, per bk Cai
barion, September 10 Mrs A M L SIo
riarity, Mrs Geo B Hitchcock,- Mi-s
Grace Hitchcock, .1 Campbell, William
Killing. II M Sheppanl, .1 Joiner.
For San Franeieo, per liglue Clans
Sprcekels, Sept l!l Dr W G Jlu'won.
The steamer W.. G., Hall had very,
pleasant weather throughout the pas.,
sage. She brought a broken bar -from"
Houoapu mill: i
The Hawaiian schooner Kamoi, now
17 days out from Puna, Hawaii, is
thought to havo drifted out of her
regular course. The captain knows but
little of navigation, and, fuithcrmorc,
he lias no navigating instrument nor
chart. The vessel left Puna during dis
agreeable weather, which may have be
come worse and driven her off. How
ever, she isrthought to be to the south
ward, and Capt. Xlsscn. with the
.schooner Malolo, bound for the South
Sea Islands; will cruise about for a few
days In hopes of falling in with her. If
.successful he will rctun, if not lie will
proceed on his way to the South.
The Calbaricn Is being repainted.
Tho schooners Nettie Merrill, Emma,
Mr. Paiko's new schooner, aic still in
The steamer C. It. Bishop sails to
niorrow.inornlng, at 8 o,'elock, i or Wal
nnac, Waialua, Kllauca and Jlaiialci.
She arrived here at 10 o'clock last night
with 2,187 bags of paddy, J2 bags of
lice and 18 hides. She had good
,. Tho steamer Lehua brought 2,701 bags
The S S Mariposa sailed Sept Kith for
San Francisco, with 0,01-1 bags of sugar.
11,772 fronr Invlu & Co; :t,r,J8 from
Davics &Co; 020 from Seliaefer & Co:
272 from Castlo & Cooke; '.150 fioin Hy
manBros;nud 100 from Grlubaiim &
Co. She also took 2,700 bags of rice,
2,517 bunches of bananas, 070 dry hides,
213 bdls of green hides, 8 bales of goat
skins, 250 bdls of sugar cane, 13 boxes
of betel leaves, and one bag of gold and
8ilver'coln'(god$l,2.-j0.00,' pHver 10.)
Total vnluu doniestiu produce, 871,
At Paelflo Sugar Mill, Kukiiihaole, on
tho 17th lust., m tho wife of Thomas S.
Kay, a sou.. Gazetle Lanarkshire
and Peithbhlre, Scotland; mid Trinidad,
W. I., papers, pleaso copy.
AlLlhuo, Kauai, on Sept. 21, 1SSS, at
the residence of Hon. W. 11. Ilicc, by
llev. F. ltlchter, Mr. Thomas Gibson to
.Miss Ada Taner, both of Wniinea, Kauai.
E, R. BY AN,
Boats Built and Repaired to Order,
All KimlN of Jtoiit Mntcrinl,
Timbers, Jvuecs, Stems, Keels, Also, 1
Decked Suif Boat, 1 Largo Twelve-Ton
Scow, 1 Four.Oared llnco Boat, 2 Small
tikiffr, 1 Twclvc-'i'on .Sloop In perfect
order, with Balls" anchors tind chains
complete, For sale cfceap for cash.
Kllaucii B(reet,.aionoliilii. 1005 Jy
THE PAIL? BULLETIN SUMMARY; HONOLULU, H, ., "WBDSPAY,
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lyoxs & Cohen's regular cash
Hr.roiiT of Major Dane's lecture
on Grant again crowded out.
L. J. Lkviiy will occupy his new
uuetion room, on Queen street, to
morrow. S. J. Lkvky & Co.'s bankrupt
stock is being cleared out at retail
by the assignees.
Tnu sale of Judge Austin's effects
continues until further notice, as per
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Mit. Fred. Harrison completed the
brickwork of the second tower of
lvauinakanili Church last Saturday.
Mil. Adams' sign, so unceremo
niously wiped out by a blundering
painter the other day, was twenty
Ax express and a dray had a
shave at AVilder's corner this morn
ing, which wai a narrow . escape
from a smash.
To-mouhow noon is the time E.
I. Adams & Co. will sell under
mortgage the railway property of
the Kilauca Sugar Co.
TiiniiK is an item in the Press re
commending cannibalism as a pre
ventive of toothache. They are a
dangerous lot in tlfe olllce of that
Mit. Jules Tavernier and Mr.
Horace W. Wright have gone to
Hawaii to gather material for their
projected art work, "Rainbow
Tm:iii: was a vocal concert at the
Empire saloon the other night by the
sailors of the man-of-war Satellite.
They sang "Happy Days," happy
lads that they are. "
Mit. J. T. Waterhouse, jr., will
come out with an announcement in
a day or two specifying the goods
he received by the British, bark
Jupiter now in port.
Makamu, who once occupied the
judicial chair at Ilanalei and after
wards practised as an attornej',
died at Ilanalei on Saturdoj- last,
and was buried on Mondav.
The Queen's Own paraded last
evening, commanded I13' Captain
O'Connor. Marching in slow and
quick timo, firing and aiming drill,
were the exercises performed.
Tni: Bethel Social Union will
meet this evening, after prayer
meeting, for the election of ollicers
for one year and committees for six
months. A full attendance is re
quested. Tin: people of Ilanalei, Kauai,
are complaining about the Ilanalei
bridge. They say that the Govern-
' raonl will not build it, and crossing
ulicllanalei river on a raft is de
A l'lioior.KAi'ii of the Oceanic
(champion) and Honolulu Base Ball
Clubs is on exhibition at King Bros.'
art store. The various likenesses
are very clear, and the champions
look intensely happy. Johnnie Oat
looks wistfully over a stone wall in
Tin: annual meeting of the Hono
Jnlu Library and Reading Room As
sociation will be held on Friday
evening next. It is to be hoped
there will be a full attendance of
members. A Regular meeting of
the trustees will be held on Thurs
Thkih: came near being a serious
fire in Mrs. Green's house, Garden
Lane, last night. A lighted cigar
ette in the dormitory j)f one of tho
roomers set lire to some paper and
the blaze ignited the woodwork in
tho room. It was put out without
much trouble or damage.
1 in . .
At the Bethel Union to-night the
subject will be, " The Inquiring
Soul," Job 2!1;3. A preparatory
service, in connection with the com
munion on Sunday next, will bo held
at the Fort Street Church. At
St. Andrew's Cathedral, Rev. Geo.
Wallace will deliver a short address
on the parable of the sower.
Four handsome police caps were
received by the Alameda. Three of
them bear a silver letter C, two
numbered 2 and one 1. The fourth
is for Ollicer Fchlbehr, and has a
gold and silver crown above the
peak. Let us hope he will not too
suddenly burst upon the gaze of a
staid community with such a gor
geous headpiece and new uniform.
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Tho Gazette is wrong in stating
that M. 1). Monsarrat being absent,
Fire Marshal McCuiro acts as Chief
Engineer of tho Fire Department.
In the absence from Honolulu of the
Chief Engineer and 1st Asst. Eng'r,
tho 2nd Assistant Engineer will act
as Chief Engineer. Julius Asch,
tho acting Chief Engineer, this
morning paid off the usual monthly
expenses of tho department.
Two pictures of the forf from
which Fort street was named are on
view il King Bros.' In one the
gallant figure of Marshal Parke is
on horseback in the foreground,
while sentries are disposed about
the place. The other and larger
picture shows a company of soldiers
on parade, in red blouses and white
liouscrs. Both have good views of
the buildings. Tho ground of the
fort is a raised embankment, ending
abruptly on the open side.
Mn. R. A. Macfie, of Kilauea
Plantation, sent to Honolulu by the
steamer C. R. Bishop yesterday a
specimen piece of sugar cane. It
is about HO feet long and 3 inches
in diameter. It was grown on the
above plantation with the aid of
boncmeal. Heretofore only three
fourths of a ton of sugar was pro
duced from an acre of land, but
willi boncmeal as a fertilizer large
cane is produced nnd about six tons
of sugar is expected to an acre.
A TitiMTix of. the Fort street
Church says the decision come to by
the board was that the building
should only be used for "church
purposes." The question of en
trance fees was not what led to the
refusal of the building for Monday
night's lecture. A sacred concert
is shortly to be held in the church,
for which tickets will bo sold, but
tho proceeds arc for the benefit of
the choir. Besides, the church
organ is necessary to the perform
ance. Upon two policies in the Mutual
Life Insurance Company, of New
York the first taken out in 18-15
and the second in 18(10 Mr. Way
man Crow, of St. Louis, paid $9,.r-13
up to the time of his death in May
last. Mr. Crow's family received
$19,4-15 from the Company, the
amount of policies and accrued
dividends. The St. Louis Globe
Democrat says, "In addition to
leaving this handsome sum to his
heirs, Mr. Crow, for more than forty
years, enjoyed the consciousness of
having made an absolutely safe pro
vision for his family." Hon. S. G.
"Wilder is agent for the above Com
pany. Nothing of the ill-fated bark
Martha Hideout remains but a few
pieces of timber' jutting out of the
water off the fish market. Many
may remember the time, about a
year ago, when she arrived from
New Castle, N. S. AV., loaded with
coal, and the sailors working like
beavers to keep her afloat. She was
surveyed and condemned, bought by
Hon. J. I. Dowsett at private sale,
and towed onto the flats. There she
loomed up like a huge phantom at
night to fill the Hawaiian sailors
with dread. All the remaining relics
of the gallant craft are rapidly dis
appearing as firewood, and the Mar
tha Hideout may now be safely pro
Tin: Rev. J. M. Alexander and
Mr. J. S. Emerson, of the Survey
Department, made the ascent of
Maunaloa from the Kona side about
the first of the month, for the pur
pose of placing surveyor's signals.
The ascent was made on foot, as
horses and mules cannot scale tlfe
mountain on that side. They found
no action in the crater of Moku
awcoweo. The surveyors encoun
tered no small hardships during
their stay on the mountain. They
passed two nights, the 5th and Cth,
the first in a pouring rain, and the
second in a snow and hail storm.
Besides the unpleasantness of the
weather, they were obliged to suffer
some privation from the want of
fuel in that elevated region.
Suc.au has gone up, but our prices
have not. King Bros.' Art Store,
Hotel Street. 130 St
L. AiiLEit begs to inform the pub
lic that lie has received an elegant
assortment of gentlemen's, ladies'
and children's shoes per Alameda.
Wednesday, Sept. 30th.
His Honor Justice McCully was
this morning occupied in hearing the
case of the King vs. Set Slice (w.)
which was adjourned over from the
last Intermediary day, on appeal
from the Police Court, Honolulu.
The defendant is charged witli having
opium in possession. A. Rosa ap
peared for the prosecution and F.
M. Hutch for the defendant. After
the evidence had been gone through
with, Mr. Hatch in argument con
tended that defendant should be dis
charged, as tlicro was evidence which
was not denied, tending to show
that the husband of said Set SIico
had bought the opium, that said hus
band is yet at large, who cannot be
found by the police. Consequently
tho possession of opium wns in the
husband nnd not in the wife. That
the wife cannot be legally responsi
ble for the ciiminal act of the hus
band. His Honor, alter remarks of
counsel, ordered the defendant to
Mr. Warren Chamberlain, exe
cutor of tho will of J. E. Chamber
lain, deceased, appeared this a. mm
with S. B. Dole his attorney, before
Justice McCully and asked that the
Court approvo'hls final accounts as
such executor and that he be dis
charged fiom further responsibility.
The Court referred his accounts to
the clerk for verification, and if
found correct lie is ordered to bo
discharged. His receipts are 81,
129.12 and J10 paid out the same
Hon. A. F. Judd presented him
self before Justice McCully and
asked that his 13th annual account
as guardian of Miss Irene Ii bo ap
proved. The Court referred said
accounts and vouchers to the clerk,
and ordered that they be approved
after being found correct. The
guardian, as per terms of the will
of the late Judge Ii, lias distributed
one-tenth of the income of the es
tate for charitable objects, viz. :
Support of Llbble $101.23
Homo Missions 100.00
Foreign Mlsslon 100.00
X. IVMlssionary Institute 100.00
IVtor Kawalahao Church 00.13
SUNDAY SCHOOL EXHIBITION.
The exhibition of the Sunday
Schools under the superintendence
of Mr. A. L. Smith on Sunday
morning wns an occasion of no smail
interest, as appeared in the large
assemblage of spectators present.
The exercises were participated in
by six of the district schools, the re
maining three districts being absent
owing to numerous cases of sickness
among them. The Reformatory
School Boys' Band was present, and
executed some very line pieces of
music. Following is the programme
of the exercises which occupied
about two hours, and were well-sustained
to the close:
Ilimcul Hill Ke Knhuhlpa Maikal
Hoike ka Papa o J. Blplkane.
Holke ka Papa o .T. K. Hookauo.
Ilimptil Hul Xaua I kaXuuc una
Hoiko Apana o Kapuukolo.
Iloikc Apana o Kaakopua.
Hitnenl Hul LawePio 1 ka P.ipu
Holke Apana o Holokuhaua.
Hoike Apana o Macmnc.
Hoiko Apana o AVaikahalulu.
Himcnl Hui Nauc i ke Kaua
Wednesday, Sept. 30th.
Geo. Vogt and Tatuaituai forfeit
ed bail for drunkenness, SO each.
Ah Ki, for violating express rule
24, was mulct in the sum of $1.
One case was remanded to the
Cth prox., and three others to the
Provincial Fire Insurance Co.,
Hubsct'ibcd Capital : : XI,000,0(M1
J. T. WATEUIIOUSE, J11., Agent.
STHAYED or stolen from the vicinity
of Queen's Hospital, a Yellow Horse,
branded KG on one hip and YA5 on the
other. Anyone who can f;ive informa
tion to lead to the recovery of the ani
mal will please communicate with
137 2t WOLFE & CO.
Butter ! Butter !
EST" Woodlivwn Duiry -a
In 1 lb bricks, for sale by
Henry May & Company.
A YOUNG widow lady desires a posi
tion in Honolulu ns Governess,
Companion, or Nursery Governess
Common English branches, Elocution,
French, Italian and music. Thoroughly
sKillcd hi the management of children;
long experience as a t'.'acher. Address
M. T., Bulletin olllce. 1311 lw
npiIE undersigned having been ap.
JL pointed Assignees of the Estate of
8. J. Levey & Co., llaukrupls, all per
sons indebted to said II r 111 are hereby
requested to mako immediate payment
to Alex. J. Cirtwilght at his olllce, No.
3 Kaaliunmnu street.
ALEX.J.CARTWMGHT, ) .-,
W. 0. IKWIN, f Assgntw.
Honolulu, Bcpt. 20, 1S8.'i. 1!W 2w
Dwelling House for Sale or
npHE largo dwelling house anil lot
JL occupied by I). I). Unldwin front
Ing on Dole street, at Piinahou, and run
ning thiough to Beckwith fltrcct. The
Iioum! contains 8 large rooms, 2 pantries,
1 bathroom, 4 large closet, kitchen ad.
joining. There U a large barn with
servant's room on the grounds, also an
ofllco separate from tho main building.
The lot is nearly 2 acres in extent and
affords considerable pasture and lire,
wood. Everything in good repair. Gov.
eminent water laid on. Enquire of
133 It B. DOLE.
A H FAT and Ah Pan, doing business
. under the Arm name of Xgco Wo
Chan & Co., at Iiaupalioehoe, Hawaii,
have sold out to La Nee Sing, who as
sumes all our assets and will settle all
our liabilities. All persons indebted to us
are requested to make immediate pay
ments to Lo Nco King.
NGEE WO CHAN &"CO.
I.iupahochoe, Sept. 25, 1885. 135 lw
O Luso Hawaiiano.
ALL persons who want to cominiinl.
cato with the l'oitugucso, either
for business, or for procuring workmen,
servants or uny other helps, will Ihul It
tho most prolltablo wuy to advertise In
the f.uso Jluwaiiaiw, the now organ of
the Fortucuojo colony, which Is pub
lished on Merchant street, 7rtTfrIlulld.
lug, (Fost-Olllce Letter Hox K,), and
only charges icasoiiablo rates for advertisements.
SEPTEMBER 30, 1833.
A. CONSALVES & CO.,
Are Now Receiving Fortnightly
A Complete Stock
In Fart as
Baking Powder, Cases
Brans, every variety
Bread, Medium Cases
Bread, S. Pilot Cases
Bran, coarse nnd line Sacks
Barley, whole and cracked, Sacks
Barley, Pearl, Cases
Corn Meal, Cases
Coll'ec, Am Sacks
" Kona, Sacks
Flour, Barrels, various brands
Fruits, Canned Cases
Herrings, Smoked, Crates
Hams, Dupco Casks
" Buffalo Casks
Kerosene Oil, Nos. 1 an I 2
Lard, Fairbank, Cases
" Banner "
" Armour "
Lowest Market Prices and Every Article Guaranteed, Also,
A Fine Assortment of Wines, &c,
On hand and to arrive per JUPITER now due,
A Select Lot of Choicest Madeira Wines.
131 M. A. GONSALVES & CO., Wholcinlu Gioccrs, Beaver Block, Honolulu. 2w
Telephone illO in both Cos.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
tl7 unit OO JloUil Utrcor,
NEW GOODS JUST RECEIVED ON ICE:
Eistcrn Shad, Flounders, Kock Cod, Smelts, Crabs, Eastern Oyster?, Cain Fresh
Boll Butter. Caulitlower, Bed Cabbages, Bunker Club House Sausnges,
Mallard Ducks, Peaches, Pears, Plums, Grapes, &c &c.
Hor.-o Uailish, Hoots and Celery, Swiss Cheese, Cream C!ieec, Ednin Chee.-e,
Geiman Smoked Sausages, Gcrmin Pickles in Kegs, Holland Herrings in
KegH, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kit- Mackerel,
Viil ji Complete T-iine ot" DFiiiicy & Staple GrroeericN,
jV1-viv'N oh Ilaixtl.
Goads delivered to Waikiki, Toe-days mid Fridays. Goods delivered to all parts
ot the Town.
Henry May & Co.,
ling to inform their pa
trons that they will deliver
goods at " Waikiki," early
on the mornings of "Wed
nesday and Saturday, and
would respectfully ask that
orders may he sent not
later than Tuesday and Fri
They also heg to notify
their friends that they de
liver goods twice a day on
tho "Plains," "Niuiium Val
ley '' and "Palama," and
would ask that orders for
morning delivery should
reach them -hy 1) o'clock,
and for afternoon delivery
not later than tf o'clock.
127 2 w
ASILVEH-PLATE!) CAP from a
wheel of an English phaeton. Tho
Under will he rewarded by leaving the
same at this olllce. 1115 lw
AVEUY COMFOHTABLE and con
vciiicut hoiiBu on Kinau street, be
tween Pcnsacola and Pllknl streets, con.
tabling three bedrooms, parlor, dining
room, kltchcii.paiitry,bath-iooiu, stublcs,
etc. Largo garden. Easy terms. Ap
ply to UHUC1J CAimVIUGHT,
at A. J. Curt Wright's olllce. 13." tf
DK. BltlNKEHIIOFF'S system ot
Bectal Treatment. A new treat,
incut for Hemorrhoid!, Fistula and other
diseisej of the rectum, hy a process
sure, Biifo and painless.
I)H. McWAYNE. 34 Alukca st.
o W .
h-ri to :H
from the Coast, and Offer for Sale
of Staple Groceries
Lobster, Picnic, Cacs
Milk, Condensed, Cases
Oysters, McMuriay's, Cases
Olive Oil (3 gal drums), CaBjs
Paste, Italian, Boxes
Pickles, English, Cases
Salmon, Columbia Bivcr, Bills
' Maltese Cross, Cases
Salmon Bellies, Kits
Soap, Yellow, Boxes
" Blue Mottled, Boxes
Sugar, Cube and Powdered, Boxei
" Crushed, Bbls
" Haw, Sks
Spices, every variety, Cases
Tribecum (Man's), Cases
Teas, Japan and China
Vinegar, Bed and White, CasVs
Wheat, Cracked, Cases
P. O. Box 297
Commencing on Monday, October
12th, and thence on the llrst Monday
following the arrival of the Alameda
anil Mariposa on the 81I1 and 22nd of
The steamer Kiniiu 111 make the
Volcano Trip, reaching Keauhou on
Wednesday morning, giving Tourists
two days nnd two nights ut the Volcano
When thu 8th and 22 id of the month
full on Monday, the Kiiina will leave
3T Tickets lor the Round Trip, $50, which
pays all Charges.-i(dg
The Kiiuiu will arrlvu in Honolulu
Sunday mornings on Volcnno Tilps. On
Hllo Trips, will leave Honolulu on
Tuesdays, and return Piiturdav mom.
ing's. WILDEU'S BTMSH1P CO.
Honolulu, Sept. II, ISSS. 124 tf
FOR SALE CHEAP.
Ono Light Top Family
wagon nun 1 iop iiusi.
iicss Wagon. Apply to
Contractor and Builder, 100 King (tree!.
To Let Furnished,
AT Kllauca, Kauai, a comfortable
Housoand Cottage cmincutlyvbiiita
ble for a family wishing to spend u
thort timo in tho country. Apply to
ISO tf Kilauca Sugar Co., Kauai.
"CUNNING'S ISLAND GUANO
JL1 quantities to suit.
Apply to the
VTION CO. .
ANEW 8-roomcd Cottago with a large
yard on tho Asylum road, Bent
$10 per month. Apply of
131 tf J. O. EDWARDS.
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Hers Minn Co.