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MONDAY, FED. M, 1887.
Sltnr Jas Makeo from Kiuuil
Slinr Surpilsu from Kmiti
Stmr Wnimaiinlo from Wnialua mid
Stmt' Mlkahala from Kauai
Stmr J A Cummins from Wnhnntinlo
Stmr Mokolll from Lahatna mill Molo-
Sclir Malolo from Laiipahnchoe
Schr Kanlkeaoull from Kohala
Sehr Hob Roy fiom Koolau
Whaler Ohio from San Franclco
Whaler Josephine from San Francisco
Schr Ehuknl lrom Walalna
Stmr Ktnau for Maul, Hawaii,
Volcano at 4 p m
Stmr I.lkcliku for Kahulnl and
D p m
Stmr .fas Mnkeo for Ilananmulu and
Kapaa at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Bktue Discovery for San Francisco at
'.) a in
Bktne John Smith for Fan Francisco
Stmr Mlkahala for N'awlliwlll, Koloa,
Electa, Walmea ami Kokalia at 5
Stmr Mokolll for Molokal
Stmr Mirprlso for Kuan
Schr Knulilmi for Wuhuiao at 8 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Cummins 1 ,000 bag of sugar and
100 bags of rice.
8tmr Mlkatmla-071 bag3 of sugar aud
0 head of cattle.
Stmr Makec 2,470 bags of sugar.
Stmr WnlniBiialo 515 bags or sugar.
Stmr Burprlsc 8,477 bags of sugar.
Stmr Mokolll (100 bags of sugar.
From Kauai, per Mlkahala, February
-12th O N Wilcox, It Catton. F Turner,
1 It Holl, II Langcr, W Walerhonse,
wlfo mid family, -Mls .T'-Brown, AL 11
Swift, J II Kalwi, W Opuuul, 0 Chinese
and 40 deck.
For Maul & Hawaii, per Klnau, this
4 p m Alfred Do Witt, A Forrest, X II
Davis, Father Lconoiv, F It Jnggcr, J
Itentou, FK Churchill, II WJlhefin.
The Drolling Sophia will sail for
Mexico ou Thursday next.
The steamer Surprise took 100 tons of
coal from the bark Lady T,nmpson, at
tho Fish Market this morning, for Kuan
VESSELS IN PORT.
S S Australia, Houdlett
Bk Hope, Pcnhaltow
Bk Sonoma, Howes
Bk Drowning Sophia, Svensson
Bk C O Whltinore, Tlionipson
Bk Lady Lauipsou, Marston
Bk Zoila, McKay
Bk Martha Fisher,
Bktno Geo C X'erklns, Ackerman
Bktne Dlscoveiy, Leo
Bktno Kato Fllcklnger, Young
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo hero Dee ICth, to
Castlo' & Cooke,
Am bark Tlinour, Brow'cr, sailed from
Boston, Dec 17, due May 1-20.
Am wh bark Hunter, Geo W Jonk,
from tho Lino Islands, due March 10-U1.
Am bark Kllkltnt, It D Cutler, from
Tort Towuseud, W T, duo February
Urlt bark Glcngabcr, Bolleston, from
Liverpool, due here, Jan 15-31, to
.Davles & Co,
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, duo
Haw schr General Selgel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-UO.
Haw bark Thos It Foster, F W Itugg,
from Victoria, B C, duo December
2f or hark 1 C Fatcrscn, from New
castle, K S W, due February 1-20.
German bark Hercules, Jess, Schacfcr,
& Co. sailed from Glassgow, December
18, duo April 30.
In Oakland, January 22nd, Donald
McOulloeh Gedgo and Daisy L. Wil
liams, both of San Francisco.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEW8.
The fittiiiE up operations on II, M.
. training ship Kaimiloa (Explorer) ap
pear to bo progressing raputiy.
Tin steanisliip Australia will sail
for San Francisco noxt Wednesday,
the lQtli instant, at 12 o'clock, noon.
J. 13. Buown Sp Co.'s notico of
cottages to lot .and for.salo, and
pianos for salo, in to-day's paper, in
A mounted trooper captured a
Chiuamau with n bag of stolen
chickens, boforo daylight yesterday
morning, at Thomas Square,
The mail forwarded per Zealand in,
on Saturday consisted of 0,718 lettors,
weighing 1901b. loos., and 3,!190
papers, weighing 0001b. lOoz.
Sei-koxionh of snored music wero
played by tho Royal Hawaiian Band
on Saturday afternoon last, within
the precinets of tho Pnlaco.
Tiikhk is a fresh hole in tho mid
dlo of School street Bridge, about
tho nisso of a man's ltat, quito largo
enough to bo tho means of breaking
a man's or a horse's leg.
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Mn. C. J. Lyons informs us that it
is oatimnted there is about 100 square
miles of snow on tho summit of
Mokunweoweo, thcroby rendering the
ascent impracticable at tho present
Messus. Benson, Smith & Co.
havo received from Samoa a largo
order for pcrfumory of their own
manufacture This looks liko open-'
ing trade botweeu Hawaii and
It Jb said that tho Government
railroad track, on Bcrotania street,
will bo shortly called into lequiidtion
again, for tho purpose of bringing
. ptonor to tpvyji for metaling tio streets.
QArtAlN Mnroiinnl bad doeorated
Iho town with hugn. posters, nn
nounoing Clint liis la fliq placo to
procure iho "Sampler" cigar.
Tin: steamer Miknhala, whicli ar
rived yentonlay from Knual, biought
the first sugar, 700 bags, fiom Ke
knlm Mill lor this season.
TltK Hclioonor Mnlolo nrilvcd from
Lnupiihochou yenleiduy, with an
lrioh reef or n largo holu in her main
sail. She had severe weather.
Jin. Itawlins lias n neat and com
forlnblo little brick coltago to let or
for sale, at Leleo. Tlio cottage is
located to catch Iho health-inspiring
breezes from Nuuanu Valley.
Classification of prisoners lias
been apparently commenced ntOaliu
jail, for boino of them now appear in
tho street gangs with stripes on
their arms, presumably classification
The whaler Ohio hove to oil' port
this morning, to take aboard some
provisions, pieparntory to bailing for
tho nretie. Two men were shipped
on her by Mr. Henry Hart. Tho Eleu
took out the provisions mid men.
The Sooinl of the Fort street
Church Ladies 1)enovolont-'Socicty,
on Friday evening, was largely at
tended, anil was a brilliant bucccss
as is well proven by the financial
results, the amount realized being
fomewlint over two hundred dollars.
A piece of wood carving is on ex
hibition in Soper's window, repre
senting a clump of mangoes attached
to a branch and partially surrounded
by leaves. Both tho fiuit nnd the
leaves look very natural. Tho carv
ingTyas done by Mr. Otremba.
The olcution of n Representative
for tlio District of Wailuku, in placo
of Geo. E. ltichardson, who has ac
cepted tho position of Circuit Judge,
and tlioieforo cannot, according to
tho Constitution, retain the position
of Kepresentntive, will tako placo on
the 25th. instant.
The steam roller did not, as in
tended, commence operations on
Lililin street to-day, owing to tho
layer of earth underneath tho coral
being found to bo too soft at present.
If tho weather should continue lino,
tho roller will probably bo put in
motion about tho middle of the week.
Two men walking down one of our
streets yesterday morning, wero heard
to complain of tho difficulty of pro
curing intoxicants in Honolulu of a
Sunday. "I say, Bill," said ono to
tho other, "I wish I had taken tho
blue ribbon last night, and thou my
head wouldn't havo been so big this
A COHltnSPONDENT of Mr. C. J.
Lyons writes from Waimoa, Hawaii,
that on Thursday last clouds of
smoko were plainly seen arising from
tho crater tit tho summit of Moku
awcoweo, a circumstance which pro
bably gave rise to tho reported out
break in the direction of Kawaihae.
Mn. S. Ehrlich leaves tho King
dom on Wednesday next for tho
purpose of making enormous pur
chases in tho United States for re
stocking the Templo of Fashion. Tho
present stock of Dry and Fancy
Goods has bcon loduqed to 10 per
cent less tjinn cost, and it js posi
tively asserted that great bargains
By tho S. S. Australia leaving on
Wednesday, Mr. Ehrlich, successor
of tho old firm of S. Colin it Co., who
cariicd on tho business known as the
"Temple of Fashion," proceeds to
San Fiuncisco. Ho will return to
Honolulu shortly and will continue
to carry on the samo lino of business
in which ho has been previously en
gaged, in his own name. During
Mr. Ehrlieh's temporary absence, tho
Hon. 1'uul Neumann will hold his
full power of attorney.
EAGLE HOUSE ARRIVALS.
M. A. A. Barne3, Wailuku, Maui ;
Mr. E. O. Atwater, Waianae.
HAWAIIAN HOTEL ARRIVALS.
Feb. 12. Major W- H. Cornwcll,
Main; James Benton, Kohala; T.
S. Lea, England ; G. A. M. Gordon,
Scotland; Mr. and Mrs. Ardman,
Melbourne ; Rov. F. Osborne Kills
nnd wife, England.
ENTERTAINMENTS AT HAND.
Tho Honolulu Yacht & Boat Club
minstrel troupe will give a sorics of
three performances in March, with a
change of programme at eacli per
formance. Now music was received
by tho Australia, now jokes will bo
manufactured and tho local hits will
bo numerous. The end men will bo
different this ttmo, with orio excep
tion. Mr. W. Morso has bocn elect
ed manager of tlio noxt entertain
ment, and judging from tho diligent
proctico of the actors tho show will
undoubtedly bo good.
A NEW INVENTION.
Mr. W. Howo, who entertains
sympathy for Honolulu restaurants,
and who has not tho patience to
wait long for meals, has devised a
nlan of snccdilv rcmovinir the
dirty dishes and thus affording the'
waiters moro ttmo to nttenil to mo
boarders. Mr. Howe's diagram of
his invention shows a sort of horizon
tal dumb-waiter that runs from tho
kitchen into tho dining room. In
stead of tho waiters carrying out tho
dishes in their nrnis, tho crockery is
placed on tho dumb-vniter and sont
into tho kitchen. It might to
fesjbjo to havo spoaklng tubes con
nected with each chair and (ho
waiters dismissed. Boarders could
call for their food through tho tubes
and rocolvo it'by tho dunib-yvaiter.
Mr, J. Nt-S. NVillinma of
Itlsdon Iron TVprks, returned per
S. S. JJcalaiuljn, from a trip to the
Colonies Mr. Williams will remain
on the Islands for a short time.
Mr. T. S. Lea, a gentleman travel
ling in the interests of t'uu British
Museum, arrived from die Colonics
per S. H. .ealamlut. His mission is
n search for certain rare plants in
digenous to these Islands. Mr. Lea
is nt present located at tho Hotql.
Mr. nnd Mrs. P. C. Jones sailed
enstwarda on Saturday last, in tho
S. S. Zealnndia, purposing to spend
a portion of their silver wedding
year amongst friends in Boston.
Messus. Norman 1). and Herbert
II. Garstin proceed to Kihuica, Kau
ai, to-morrow, to resume their duties
as cane planteis.
A LITTLE COMMOTION.
Between 10 and 11 o'clock on
Saturday night a little commotion
was caused by a cry of lire, on Berc
tania street, three or four doors from
Kaumakapili church. By sonic un
explained menus fire originated on
tho ground lloor of n back room of a
Chinese establishment. The lire had
not reached the stage of flame when
discovered, but was smouldering in
somo clothing. Sotno native Ha
wniians occupied the upper story of
the building, and discovered tho
presenco of tiro by smoke coming up
through the cracks of the- tloor.
These natives raised the cry, and
witli the assistance of other natives
in tho neighborhood, weio mainly
instrumental in extinguishing what
in a short time would probably other
wise havo been a blaze. The fire
department was not called out.
FORT STREET MUD-HOLES.
Through passengers per S. S.
Zcalandia, strolled leisurely about
town on Saturday last. Two parties
on opposite sides of Fort street, being
desirous of joining company, hailed
one another across tho street iu the
neighborhood of Merchant's store.
An attempt was made to cross the
street, but on ono of the party
sounding the mud-holes with a walk
ing stick, he found that crossing
was practically impossible without
being submerged in a mud-hole.
Each went on his way, not rejoicing,
JUDGE FORNANDER HAS A '
The steamer Moktlii ni rived from
Lahaina at a late hour last night,
with Judge Fornauder on board iu
a weak state of health. The Moko
lii was specially engaged to biing
tho Judgo to Honolulu for medical
treatment. He had been appar
ently improving steadily in health
for 60inc weeks previous to leaving
here on tho 8th instant, nnd went to
Lahaina for change of air with the
view of accelerating recovery. But
tho opposite effect was tho result,
and it was deemed prudent to re
move His Honor to Honolulu with
as little delay as possiblo, for pro
per medical care.
A SURPRISE PARTY.
A surprise party was tendorod
Mrs. Wlntp, of the Eagle Houso,
and her numerous guests, yesterday
afternoon, by Mr. Shaw of tho
Pantheon Stables, who drove up in
his new wngonette and invited the
hostess aud all guests -who wero nt
homo to an "nil aboard" drive. Mr.
Shaw himself handled tho ribbons,
driving tho party several miles sea
ward and back. Tlio day being
fine, tho party fully appreciated and
enjoyed tho treat, and returned with
profuse expressions of thanks, ana
with freshened appetites for tlio G
A thrilling accident occurred off
the harbor this noon. The tug
Eleu, while rounding tho whaler
Josephine, ran into Captain Bab
cock's pilot boat, cutting it badly
and knocking all hands Into tlio sea,
The pilot boat contained, besides
Captain Rabcock qn.d crow, the
captain, chief nfilccr, and a sick
sailor from the Josephine. Thoy
were coming ashore, and had gone
but a short distance, when tho acci
dent occurred. Tho mate of tho
whaler, with considerable dextority
and uervo, kept up tlio sick sailor
and firmly held oh to tho ship's
until rescued by tho tug,
Boats wero lowered immediately
from the Joseplilno, nnd tlio Hound
cring croiy picked up. The cold
shock showed bevercly on tho sick
sailor, and when ho was taken to
the hospital there appeared to bo
faint hopes of his recovery. Tho
others who wero in tlio pilot boat
wero not hurt.
MR. OSMAN DAY'S LECTURE.
Mr. Osinan Day lectured on
Saturday evening last nt the Club
Houso Dining Rooms, his subject
being "Napoleon Bonaparte." Ho
pictured tho groat French hero
throughout ids Italian, Austrian,
Egyptian, Peninsular and Wntorloo
Campaigns, iu a manner that re
vealed to his hearers Napoleon's
greatness ns a warrior, his tyranny
as a conqueror, aud his tacit sub
mission when n prisoner. Mr.
Day's portrayals of tho scenes on
tho battle fields of Au$tcrlfu', Ho
heuljuden and Waterloo, were nt
once excitiug, heart-stirring nnd
pttlietio. His recital of Campbell's
poem on tho Battlo of IToliunlimlcn,
was ft masterpiece, and proved that
Mr. Day's oratorical au clqcutjoi-
ary powers arq oonsldornbly nbovo
tho common order.
Mr. Day lectures tills evening on
"Moses," at tho Club Dining
In tho "Local Gossip" columns
of the iV. Z. Herald the following
item appears :
His Majesty tlio King of Honolulu
is inspired, or rather perhaps, 1
should say, has been inspired, by
the idea of creating an Oceanic
Federation, tho head of which shall
ho the monarch of Hawaii. This Is
a menace to Australasian Ideas quite
ns much as the assumption of France
or Germany, but somehow we don't
seem to mind it so much. By the
last mail steamer, there came a
deputation from His Majesty Kaln
katia of Hawaii to His Majesty
Malictoa of Samoa. The deputation
is headed by the Hon. M. Bush,
who is, I believe, a well-educated
and clever half-casto Hawaiian. Be
sides the pcrsuasivo arguments to
an Oceanic confederation carried iu
the brains of the deputies, I under
stand that they took with them fifty
cases of champagne This will
make the kings and chiefs of the
islands feel like brothers towards
him of Hawaii, and I havo no doubt
that they will pronounce tho cham
pagne to bo a much better tippio
than kava. But what will be said
from a temperance point of view?
It has been n stock subject of rail
ing against the civilised man that
when he wanted to do anything with
a savage he plied him with liquor.
But hero wo have one aboriginal
monarch practising tlio same on
other aboriginal monarchs.
AT CIIAMIIKUS UEVOKE I,. M'OUIXY, J.
Swift vs. Garstin Bros. Disso
lution of Partnership. Mr. W. It.
Castle tor complainant; Mr. F. M.
Hatch for defendants.
This case was set for 11 o'clock
this morning, but owing to the non
attendance of Mr. Swift, nnd his
having been unable to obtain tho
attendance of witnesses whom ho
considers of vital importance to the
issue of tho case, a continuance was
asked for by Mr. Castle.
Mr. Hatch pointed out that his
clients had boon in town ovor two
weeks already on this business and
ho therefore objected to any further
delays in the hearing of tho case.
Provided, however, that a con
tinuance bo granted, he asked that
it bo made conditional.
His Honor concurred with coun
sel for tho defendants, and fixed
the conditions at 825 to be paid by
complainant towards defraying the
expenses of the defendants.
Mr. Castlo not feeling desirous of
bccominir security for Mr. Swift's
payment of tlio amount named,
asked that it be made subject to the
result of the case, whicli, upon
being refused, be further asked
that ho be allowed to consult with
his client, as to whether he would
pny the 2fi, or proceed with tho
case at once.
His Honor consented to Mr.
Castle's last request, and at 2 r. m.
it was decided to continue the case
until Monday next, tlio 21st instant.
UEFOKE 1'OMCK JUSTICE DAVTOJf.
Mosuav, Feb. 11th.
Four Drunks fined the usual 80
with ono exception, where 812 was
levied on account of being an old
Kamaka and Joo charged with
assault aud battery on a native wo
man, were fined $5 anil 82 respect
ively nnd costs 82.7,5 each,
Piipiiluni (k) nnd Mealnni (w)
charged with adultery, pleaded
guilty; tho former lined $30 and
costs, and tho latter $)o and costs.
Black minstrelsy has hecomo a
true perennial, for Messrs. Moore
and Burgess entered upon the
twenty-second year of management
nt St. James' Hall on September 20.
1?OR COOKS OR SERVANTS,
" ItiiniiiiiJ.K. Ilrown & Co. Xo
charge to employer.
ia, Miitum :i2.
VIEWS of tlio Lava Flow of U87,
fiom Ni-gutivis iiuido ou thu second
nay or the eruption, mowing tlio col.
uiiin nf lua at the lourco crater, limy
lio recti at i In: Pli olograph Dooms of .1.
GONSALVEi. 129 Foi i bt. 03
WE HAVE jmt received ncr Ans.
tut liu a new lot of Aitlsls' Ma
terluli, Kliony Wnro, Hrnnkett-, Cabinet
Framed, Biiitlc FrunwH, etc And we
tiro hotter prepared than uvur to niako
Cornices an 1 Picture Frantos, having
tho largest and het selected stock of
Mouldlngf. in tho Kingdom. Ki.vo
Bnos.' AitT t-TOiu:. ' HI
Dit. Flint'b IIeaht 11i:mi:iy is n
Specific for all foinis of Heait l)in
eaeo and aUo for DteenneH of Kidnoyii
and Circultiaon. Dei-criptivu hook
with every bottle. Beiiboii Smith &
Co., Audits. 351
Pathonizk Homo ludiiHtiy by buy
ing cigaiH of J. W. Uiniiley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the OryHtiil S'Odrt
Works, where ho s prepared to fill all
orders nt the lowest possiblo whole
sale priecb. Island ordem solicited
and promptly filled. The attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
tho fact "no lieuiihu is required" to
Boll these cigars. Do not forget tlio
iiamoJ. W. llingh'i, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Woila, Hotel Btreet.
von san rnANcisco,
Tho now and linn Al steel nc,iiinlilp
Of UiuOrttniiicHlcaiiiMitp Company will
be due at Honolulu from sjdn'uy
mid Auoklnml o'l m- about
March I Ith, 1887,
And will leave for Iho above port with
liTnils and p.iMcnguis m or about that
Vot freight or pasai!e, liavinr; SU
PEltlOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agcntr.
Tho now and Hue Al sleel steamship
Of the Oceanic Rtcnmlilp Compiny, will
be due at Honolulu from Sail
Francisco on or about
February 19th, 1887
And will have prompt dhpalfh with
tnnil-i aud luuscnguis fcr iliculiove port'.
For freight or piii-uu!, having SU.
PKlUOIt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
t7 WM. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
Oceanic Steamship Comji'y.
FOlt SAN FItANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will hno Honolulu for the above
Wednesday, Feb. 1 6
For Freight or l'asa(i?, apply to
CO WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
The wvll.knovtii Al Iron Ste unship
'City of Rio de Janeiro,'
YV. 11. COim, Commander,
Will tall for Yokohama and Hongkong
on or aliont the
MARCH 12th, '87,
Ollerlng superior accommodations
8" For Freight and Passage, apply to
II. IIACKFELD & CO.,
on tf Agenti Pacific Mall S. S. Co.
Tho Pantheon Stables will run daily
an Omnltiut known ns
IJiurlnnliig WKDNKSDAY, Jnmmiy 10
lbS7. The 'litis will slaM fiom tlio fool
of Fort blrcrt, c rnc-r of Qucun, pet nlcmg
Fort to Itcrutnniti. Don timiu.to Nuuiuiu,
and tlience up ihs Avenue to P.itj's old
pluce. Follow lug U thu lime lablu.
U:C0 A. M.
12(05 r. M.
0.0 J "
u:::o a. m.
a. oo "
S. I. SHAW,
Tho Inter -Isliuiil Stoma
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on Imnil for salo
Steam Family and B!ackmith Coal
and a giucinl nsioilmeut of
410 Bar iron. y
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcalandla,
70 (iuiHin Ss Fort Street Stores. !'
BLACK CLOTH SUITS!
BLACK SILK HATS,
Black and White Gloves, Ties, Etc.
A FULL ASSORTMENT of the above-named Goodi, of the
BEST QUALITY at
Coi-nei- ol JTort & Merchant Stau, Honolulu.
EGAN & CO.,
Corner ol Fort nnd Merchant Htreetn, Heaelala.
Black Cioih Suits, Gloves, Ties, Etc.
White Tie, "White Hate, E.tc.
figy- Our BLACK CLOTH SUITS are of excellent quality,
Eastern Finish, and marked nt the LOWEST figures in the
EGAN & CO.
Fred'ricksburg Brewing Go.
8AN JOSE, CAL.
Tlio Lager Beer of
Was Awarded the First Prizes
At tho Expositions of 1884 and 1880
I 20 Cm HONOLULU,
Pioneer Steam Candy Fact'y.
And Cake Bakery.
Keeps always on hand tho largast stock and greatest variety of Home
Made, Fresh and only Pure Candies and Cakes.
Lowest Prices, Full Weight, and Pur Goods at Wholesale aid letalL
F.HORN, - - - - Proprietor
And Only Practical Confectioner and Ornameutsr in this Kingdom.
Wedding and Birthday Cakes
Not a Hnccialty exactly, but are made nor ns before, of superior quality
and richness of llavor and ORNAMENTED IN AN ARTISTIC. STYLE
whicli defici) imitation and fully sustnius a twenty-three years1 reputation,
not yet excelled iu Honolulu.
American, French, Italian, English and German FaatriM
Made to Order at Short Notice.
Itroad Delivered livery Day to all parts f tk City.
Steam Made Ice Cream
At 80.00 (or one, and $5.00 for two Gallons. Made from rich Egg
Custard. It is made from Woodlawn Dairy Cream; guarauteed to be
made without Starch or Gelatine, and acknowledged to be the Richest,
l'urest and Cheapest Ico Cream in Honolulu.
Special Arrangements made for Large Orders
Satisfaction guaranteed by
Factory, Storo nnd Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hetel Street,
Between Fort ft Nuuam. loth Telsf&MM.V f 4- M
tho above Brewery
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