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SATURDAY, APRIL I). 1887.
Si S fliurlpoto from the Colonies
II M S Crtiollno from Cnllno
Stnir J.lkellke from Knhiilul
Stnir C It liMiop from Kiutnl
Stnir SinpiUc from Kimii
Sclir Canute fiom I.aupahuclioa
Ktmr I.ehua for llatnaUuii ut 4 p in
OSS Muilposa for Sun Francisco tit 'J
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stnir Llkcllko for Knhiilul nt 0 p m
Stnir Smpilsu for Kiimi at 2 p in
j 1 1 1 ii. " j i"
From tho ColonlK per S S Mni-lpoii,
.April 8 Uov F W Merrill, ulfo iiml II
ehllilieu, Mr mid Mrs V O Homing, Mr
F O Ltovd, Mr (leisild Tiower, Mr O G
ilc Jlethnm, Mr V L Cohen, W O Iltimo
mill Mr ltoduoll.
From llawiill mill Mmil per Htinr
G Hull, April 8-K Seller. H " Hitch
cock, I)r S D Oraddoek, T C Wills. Miss
0 Wills, W i: Row ell, Miss A M 1'nrU,
J 0 Senile, wife mid Thlld,.! D Howie,
Junius J (Shot wood, I) U Walla and 75
"ecu. , , ,
i.Vniii Muni mil' atini' l.ikl'llKI'. Am
ll! II ft.illnv. II P llllldw III. MlS W 1'
Alexander. K Uiiilcy, F X Makee, G P
"Wilder, Hon S Pinker mid sei vant, Col
W II Cornwall. .1 S Lake, Aliniha. wife
and child. W 11 Aldrleh, and Our.i Co
of laps, II A Mejor, O Williams, Mm
CCopp and daughter, Mis OAloxnnder,
Mrs Campbell, i pioneers and 74 deck.
CARDOESFRGM ISLAND P ORTS.
Siirprl'c-4,0S2 hags sugar
Bishop 2, lltObagi sugar
'1'ho FS Thompson balled fiom Kn
hiilul last evening for San Francisco
w 1th sugar.
VESSELS IH PORT.
Ilk ICalakaun, Armstiong
Uktue Morning Star. Turner
Jlgtno Clans HprcckeU, Diew
JJktno Planter, Pen Imaii
S S Aiibtialla, Houdlett
Uktne .7 A Fnlkenburg. F W CllDgcr
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: loser of n cloth jcrsy and its
pocket cimtentH will do well to call
nt tlio liUM'KTl.V oIUclv
A.v ndilition to Major Gulick's
lulvortiteiiicnt will lio found spceialy
inteichting to n lanelunan of hinall
),(. I. Mm tin ia about to tako
n vacation, dining .which Dr. S. G.
Tucker will tako chaigo of his prac
tice. Sim:ciai- uttuuliou isdiiectcd to the
Easter Sunday Services, n list of
which will lm found in another
. m i '
Tin: place and timo of meeting of
tlio Hawaiian Mission Children'
Society me, Kawaiahao Seminary
ami this evening.
Tin: Rev. mid Mrs. E. C. Oggcl
left town this morning for n few days'
occupanoy of Cnpt. llolnon's neasido
place at Wnikiki,"
Tin: sloeklioldcis of the llonokaa
Sugar Comany will hold a special
meeting at the olliee of Mcesis. F. A.
Schaefer & Co., at !) o'clock, A. ji.,
Tin: Bishop of Olha deliveied an
impressive Good Fiiday seimon, labt
night, at the Roman Catholic Cathe
dral, to n largo nnil interested au
dience. Mil. 0. .T. Fishel, at thy Leading
Millinery Houms, coiner of Fort and
Hotel st'ieots. is making a magnifi
cent display of new and fashionable
Aitour '1,000 pieces of soiled linen
wero taken fiom tho steamship Mmi-pot-a,
last night, by tho Honolulu
Steam Laundry, and wero leturned,
washed and honed, bofoio !) o'clock
A .mi:i:ti.n(1 will bo hold upon Easter
Monday at 7 :li0 j m., in tho old St.
Andiow's church building, for tho
election of waulcns and sidesmen,
liml for othei: business. A full at
teiidaneo of tho congiegation is ic
(fuested. JjAht ovoning, wlulo tho Rifles woie
loheaieing for this evening's ontui
tiiiiimcnt, Major llendoihot, aecom
pm)lcd Ijy membeis of tho G. A. R.
Post, paid a visit to tho armory, and
lifter instuicting tho hoys about tlio
battle tableau for to-night, tlio Major
song iv song of beans,'
, Majoii llendoisliot'3 ontertjiinment
ut tho Hawaiian Opera House, will
begin at 8 o'clock this evening, tho
iloois being opoiied.il) minutes em nor.
Tho piogiammo is long and varied.
Something to suit ovoiy taste. Go,
and weleomo tho boldier with u
bumper house. '
' "" yATUiti).vv, April Oth.
tfiulgmcnt ' was delivered this
morning in tho caso of I?ox vs.
Robinson, charged with selling in
toxicating liquors without n license.
Ho wns adjudged guilty and fined
S100 and 8!1 costs.
Tlnco Cliiiuuiien, brought up on
remand for ginning, were continued
" j. native conviptod of assault ond
battery, was lined 810;
A ntitivo woman appeared to
answer a chargo of deseitlng hor
liushand. Slio acknowledged her
guilt, mid was released on payment
8f $8 costs. Slie nt oncu took eliargo
t I tlio baby s)io )ind also dcseitei,
tjnd relived licr husband of tjiat ii-cqbitij.
iw miiiiijmjiji;in,auwtiuiiiuiiuiiwwrwwww tl
A SET TO.
This morning, tho second lnate
and two sailors of the Saranac,
cnino down from tho vessel onto the
wharf, to scttlo n dispute. Thoy
stiipped to the waist mid the sailors,
in turns, had n Sullivanlu set-to
with the mate. All hands or rather
noses wcio bleeding freely, when
the light was stopped 1)3' spectators.
THE KALAKAUA SOLD.
This noon, Mr. Jag. Morgan, for
E. 1. Adams & Co., mounted the
poop of the Hawaiian bark Kala
knua, mid after reading the order of
sale mid things included in the sale,
said: "Gentlemen, (to a largo as
sembly of moneyed men), how much
am I offered?" Hon. S. G. Wilder
started with a bid of $1,000. Rapid
offers followed, until 83,000 was
reached, at which ilgtiro it was
knocked down to Mr. John Howler.
Mr. Urcwsler, purser of tho S. S.
Mariposa, has multiplied our obli
gations by providing us with a com
plete file of late Australian and New
Zealand papers. Mr. Brewster never
wearies in attention to tho various
Avsnaper olllccs, and wo aro sure
contemporaries will sup-
portBrtion that we arc all
grcatlyHU to him. Indeed,
it mightTlBwcd, that all tho
pursers of tile' Oceanic Steamship
Company's steamers, deserve and
have our thanks for repeated news
WELCOME TO MAJOR HANDER
SHOT. A special meeting, last night, of
Geo. Y. Do Long Post, No. -l.fi, G.
A. R. was held at their Hall, to
welcome their distinguished comrade,
Major llendcrshot. Stirring ad
dresses of welcome were made by
Commander Lainc, Past Commander
Hmcrson, Quartermaster II. Jay
Gicene, S. V. J. T. White, and
others. Tho Post gave unmistakc
able evidence of tho cordiality of
their weleomo to a visiting brother
soldier, and Major llendcrshot must
have felt that ho was still with his
comrades, although in a foreign
BLUE RIBBON"lEAGUE ENTER
TAINMENT. This (Saturday) evening's en
tertainment promises to bo even
more popular than thoso which have
preceded it. In answer to urgent
requests Mrs. Cruzan and Mr. Arm
strong have kindly consented to re
peat "The Quaker Courtship"
which was so taking when given at
tho "Old Folke's Concert;" Hono
lulu's favorite alto, Mrs. J. F.
Brown, will sing a solo, and by
special request, Mrs, Cruzan will
sing as a solo, "The Little Bow of
Blue." Readings will be given by
Mrs. W. L. Hopper, W. G. Arm
strong and Henry Ring. Mr. Cru
zan will deliver a brief address. All
arc invited. Como early so as to
secure a "ood seat.
EXCURSION TD THE VOLCANO.:
All recent accounts from Kilauca,
both from the gentleman in charge
of tho hotel there and excursionists
who have gone to sec for themselves,
represent the volocano as lively and
steadily increasing in activitj'. Two
foreign gentlemen, recently returned
from a visit to Halcmaumau, speak
in terms of wonderment of what they
saw, qualifying it as tho "grandest
siht they had ever seen." The
Wilder Steamship Company have
decided to furplsh a special oppor
tunity for a visit to'thls reatest of
all kiiown active volcanoes, by dis
patching the steamer Kinau on Mon
day, April 18th. Tickets may bo
procured at once, by application at
the olllcc of tho Company, or to Mr.
J. Williams, special agent, nt his
photographic gallery, Fort street.
lCAN & CO.
Any man who so desires can get
a complete outfit of tho newest stylo
and best material at Egan & Co.'s,
comer of Fort and Merchant streets.
By the steamship Australia, this firm
leccived a largo shipment, which is
now to be seen and chosen from at
their place of business. Under and
over clothing are both there. Coats,
pants, and Yests Qf any color;
leather for the feet, and coverings
for tio head; Chesterfield and
Buckingham liccjc-ties, etc. In short,
everything mentionnblo and con
ceiveablo for clothing and docorat
ing the human body, The stock
nnd variety being so largo, allows
scope for the gratification of every
shado of lasto.
OUR COLONIAL CUESTS.
Tho Colonial tourists wero loath
to retire into tho arms of Morpheus
last night, preferring to see what
they could qf this trpplcal cty, by
moonlight. Hacks wcio preferred
by a few, whilo tho majority elected
to promenade slowly around, nnu
take in tho sights by moonlight,
Tills morning, Fort nnd tho central
part of Merchant strcot, presented
the appeal aneo of a mlnnturo Regent
street or Broadway, as tho sightseers
moved slowly aloiig tho sldewolks,
peering into, and admiring pur faster
fully dressed shop-windows, ''ho
Supremo Colirt was visited by
number of ladies nnd gentlemen,
who had mi opportunity of seeing
the full bench sitting In banco. Tl0
Government hopscs, Honpluln T,j.
bniry, Y. M. fJ. A. IIll,Vul, jii
fact, ajr pjncQi pf puUlip interest,
wero asp duly inspected by tho
tourists. As the hour of departure
approached they slowly, and appa
rently reluctantly moved towards
tho wharf, feeling, no doubt, in
stead of slaying here a few short
hours, they would have been only
too glad to have spent weeks on tho
islands. As a final "nloha" to our
ever weleomo visitors, the Hawaiian
Baud played a brilliant progi ammo
on tho wharf, Ihiishing as usual with
"God Save the Queen," the "Stnr
Spangled Banner," and "Hawaii
ouit visiTons ciuinii:.
The transient passengers, per
steamship Mariposa, who, last even
ing took up a temporary abode at
tho Hawaiian Hotel, were, thanks
to the courtesy and thoiightfiilncss
of Manager Bartlclt, treated to an
impromptu vocal and instrumental
concert, which exceeded their mo
dest expectations. The Kawaihatt
and Iolani Glco Clubs assembled on
the spacious front verandah, nbou.
fifty feet apart, and alternately rend
ered solos, ducts and choruses in
the softest and most expressive
tones. On something lively being
called for, the Kawaihau boys gave
"Oh I Good-bye, Malinda," with
all the vim of tho Christy MinstrcR
As a listener remarked, they just
"made things hum." One or two
young Colonials asked, in whisper
ing tones for a "hula," which was
responded to by a moderate Ha
waiian dance, it took immensely
and coin in unlimited quantities,
was showered upon the performers.
A song, composed of English and
Hawaiian words, commonly known
as a hapa-haolc song, accompanied
in a masterly and sympathetic stylo
by a star violinist, "brought down
the house." The combined chorus,
in conclusion, sang "Hawaii Ponol,"
the entire audience as though moved
by patriotic inspiration, rose en
musse and listened attentively with
uncovered heads. The whole per
formance was rich and rare to the
visiting audience, and was acknow
ledged to be interesting nnd satisfying-
The balconies of tlio Hotel were
for a while illuminated by Smith's
electric light, which on being ex
tinguished nt the regulation hour,
wa3 supplanted by Nature's more
effulgent and brilliant givcr-of-light,
a full moon.
A pleasing impression was mado
upon the visitors, not only by the
musical talent of the respective
choirs, but by their modesty am
readiness to comply with all demands
made upon them.
H. B. M. S. CAROLINE.
' II. B. M. S. Caroline arrived here
yesterday afternoon fiom Callao,
South America. The Caroline left
Coquitnbo Feb. 21th, for Callao,
and on arrival nt that place she
anchored in quarantine outside.
Having the mails for the British
Pacific fleet, tho Caroline got under
way the following day, and when
about 200 miles from Callao, joined
the squadron, in which was the
Flagship Triumph and the corvettes
Conquest, Pelican, Hyacinth and
Wild Swan. The Caroline kept
company with the squadron for
eight days, when she headed for
theso Islands, and arrived at Hilo
April oth. On Thursday last the
Caroline left Hilo for Honolulu.
She came to anchor in the harbor at
about 3 o'clock r. m., and saluted
tho Hawaiian lias:. The Caroline
was built at Shcerners In 1885, after
the model of H. B. M. S. Constance.
Sho is 1,120 tons burden and has
engines of 1,140 horse-power. Sho
carries 1-1 guns, and has a comple
ment of 171 ofllccrs and men all
The ofllccrs, who were commis
sioned in January 188(1, aro as fol
lows: Cattin Sir W illliAn Wiscmnn, Hart.
L.htitctiatitsLo D. Stitnpson,
Richmond F. I'ouell, Algernon Grcn.
fell, John Htitchltitou.
Sub-IJcutciiaiitV. Ilurworth Hooth.
Staff Surgeon-- Michael Fitzgerald
CiieJ Etii;iiiccitin II. Mat
thews. Assistant Paymaster 'Robert It. llust
lneR. Gunner Jnmes Cun is.
Boatswains John UriKHeypirryUos.
Carpenter Mnlthow C'rowthcr.
Tho Cnrolino will sail for Ksqui
mault, B. C. on or about the 18th
LEAVING BY THE MARIPOSA.
Copt, Livingstone, F. K, Brown,
J. A. Buck, C. Hebard, wife and
two daughters, P. Toomculitz, II.
Morganthan, Allen Herbert and
wife, L, A. Burmcnlieimer, A. P.
Thorpo, F. O. Towtisend, G. W.
Carey, J. II. Paiko, Mrs. Tremalno,
Miss N. Hemingway, Captain J. J,
By the Australia j Queen Kapio
Ianl and servants, Col. C. P. Iaukcu
and wife, Mr, and Mrs. O. L. Wight,
J. Rosenborg, C. F. Perkins, 11, 0.
Bryaut, T. Prince, Mrs, Swim, Tlios.
Lucas, wlfo and child, Mrs. M. J.
Rowcll, Miss B. Malli Nowlein,
Quartermaster General Nowlein,
Col. J. II. Boyd, Aug. Herring, II.
J. llmt, F, Ridstor, 1). Martin, F.
Barwlck, 'J1. II. SdporMrs. Z.'K.
Meyers, J. li. Brooks, B. F. Jnqulth
nnd wlfo, Master Ross, Misses
Edith and Maudo Auld, A. Sulig
sohn, E. C. Mnefnruiio, E. lvei
Btdb, J. R. Castle, wiffl nnd, family
V, Sftcq'tif anil diuightor, H. G.
jM-ciich. Mrs. )niuo, Mm IJanio,
Miss O. Hnsklns, N. 1). White,
Miss N. White, Mrs. Geo. P. Cas
tle, two chilUien and maid, Mrs. A.
Fuller, Miss Clara Fuller, Hon. S.
M. Damon, II. P. Baldwin, Mr. and
Mis. F. A. Schaefer, Miss II. M.
Bliss, B. K. Kinsley and wife, Mrs.
F. P. Hastings, Miss Rose Makee,
Commodore Dickcrson and Mrs.
Dickcrson, Miss Maud O'Connor,
II. S. Hovcy, C. A. Longfellow, J.
W. Sibley and wife, J. A. Buck, T.
C. Wills nnd daughter, Win. Water
house and family, Mrs. Paul Neu
mann and family, R. J. Bennett
and daughter, Miss Shephard, Mrs.
Jas. I. Dowsctt, Miss Uowsett, A.
L. Stetson, Miss Pierce, Mrs. Pierce
and child, A. L. Shaw, B. F. Dil
ingham, T. May and wife, Mr. and
Mrs. P. Lewis and daughter.
HOW DR. JUNKER ESCAPEO.
Not u few people have wondered
how Dr. Junker, who has just re
turned to civilization from Central
Africa, succeeded in passing safely
through the hostile tribes in the lako
region. The mystery is explained
at last, and Dr. Junker deserves
credit for inventing an ingenious
method of reducing danger to a mi
nimum in traversing unfriendly
parts of Africa. Before going far
from Albert Nyanza he ascertained
that there was no hope of his get
ting through the territory of tho
Waganda nnd one or two other hos
tile, tribes without aid. If ho wns
not murdered he would at least be
detained as a prisoner. Now and
then an Arab trading caravan wob
started for tho coast, but the Arabs
wero afraid to appear to be friendly,
as they could not afford to incur tho
ill-will of the native kings. In this
emergency tho novel idea occurred
to Dr. Junker to sell himself ns a
slave to one of the Arab traders. A
bargain was struck and ho ostensibly
became the property of the trader.
The contract stipulated that the
Arab, for the sum of 1,500 Aus
trian dollars, was to deliver the
traveler alive at Zanzibar, where,
upon tho presentation of tho con
tract, the money would bp paid to
him by a firm doing business there.
It happened that Dr. Junker had
with him an order written in Arabic
by this linn, authorizing him to
make any desirable Arrangement
with the Arab traders of Central
Africa. So Dr. Junker set out with
his Arab caravan, which took him
straight into the chief town of
M'wanga, the cruel despot of Ugan
da. The chief trader represented
that Junker was not his friend or
traveling companion, but was his
slavo whom he had bought of a
negro tribe further North. In his
capacity as a slave r. Junker
passed iiiu,slor in the Court of King
M'wanga, and he was permitted to
go in peace with his owner. Bos
THE ART QF HARDENING COPPER.
"Among the ancients, who had,
of course, no knowlcdgo of steel, its
place in the manufacture of edged
and other toos ami Implements re
quiring hardness and toughness was
filled by copper, In the art of harden
ing which they wero very cxpeit,"
said a gentleman to a reporter to
day. "Copper axes, chisels and
other similar tools wero used in tho
building of Solomon's Temple, and,
In fact, copper held in that day
about the same place that steel does
to-day. The earlier Inhabitants qt,
our own Continent yero ajso ex
perts In this ino pf manufacture, as
evidenced by tho numerous tools of
copper discovered in the ruins of
ancient cities, It is said also that
some of tho American Indians pos
sessed tho secret of hardening cop
per, but it has long bocn counted
as among tho lost arts. Whilo on a
trip to Ohio a fow days ago, I be
camo acquainted with a gentleman
from New Jcrsoy, J. II. Walker by
name, who informed mo that ho had,
discovered a, chcincq procfcsy liy
which copper ca,n ' bo hardened, tho
result bohig mainly accidental, but
frowning with success a scries of
experiments carried on during; Wiy
yca,rs having tlia,t ftbjnct in vlow,
A, juu-d.ncsa almost but not quite
equal to that of steel can bo ob
tained at comparatively slight ox
penso, and tho, discovery Is likely
to be of very greit importance in
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Will appear in Monday's BULLETIN.
and 65 Fort Street,
the mechanic arts, aslt will cause
tho employment of copper for many
uses for which it is not now deemed
fit. The hardened metal will stand
a much longer exposure to an elec
tric bath than the unhardened, and
in that way tends to cheapen various
processes. It is believed it will
also prove to bo a very desirable
substitute for the metal now used
for bearings in journal boxes, and
Mr. Walker will shortly visit Mr.
Pullman at Chicago to have a scries
of experiments instituted which will
demonstrate this. He proposes to
ilt up one or more cars with hard
ened copper bearings on one side
nnd the ordinary metal bearings on
the other, so as to test the durabi
lity of the copper as compared with
the other, and is confident it will
prove preferable. A wealthy gen
tleman of New York has offered to
furnish Mr. Walker with all the
capital necessary to establish a
manufactory of hardened copper on
n commercial scale." Pittsburg
On an average 30,000 books a
year aro now published.
Julian Hawthorno has been retired
from tho New York lorW.
Kenan informed an American visi
tor who called on him recently that
his great work on the "Origins of
the Biblo" would be published in
A rising man Tho aeronaut.?? ,
An astronomical observation
DR. G. H. MARTIN will leave
for the Coast, by tho "Australlu,"
for a much needed rest. During his ab.
sence Dr. S. G. Tucker will tako chargo
of his practice. All outstanding ac
counts may bo paid to Mr. W. R. Cattlc.
1 (( LBS. Fresh Homo-Mode Chew.
IWV lug Sticks, or so-called IJr.
hers' l'ohu, and fresh, dollcious Vanilla
and Chocolate Creams which I guaran
tee to bo far suporior and sold cheaper
than any Imported, nt F. HORN'S Pion
eer Steum Candy Factory andllakery
nnd Ice (Jrcuw Parlor. 85tf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour Is
ollored for salo by QONSALVKS &
CO., Queen Street. 01
WE HAVE just rcccWcd per Aug.
trnlia a now lot of Aitists' Ma
toriil', Ebony Ware, Bracket?, Cabinet
Frames, RlHtlc Frames, etc. And wo
are bettor prepared thnn over to make
Cornices and Picture Frames, having
the largest and best selected stook of
Mouldings in the Kingdom. Kino
Pros.' Ant Btquv,, 84
CHAS. J. FISHEL S
Dii. Fmnt'r Hkakt Remedy ia a
SpcciHo for all forms oMIcart Din
care and also for Diseases of Kitlnoys
anil Gircultiaan. Descriptive book
witli every bottlo. llonsou Smith fc
I uo., Almonte, 331
SPECIAL NOTICE !
The Undersigned, F. HORN, Proprietor of the
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases tho fullest satisfaction, as given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
back as far as the year
18 6 3
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also for select par
ties given by their lato Majesties Kamehameha IV, Kamchamoha V, and
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying the present royal household
with the delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
Practical Confectioner, Faatry Cook and Ornamentcr In Honolaln.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones Ho 74. (95 3m) Honolulu, H. I
IMI'OUTr.n AVD DK.U.EIl IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Caps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Bargains at Egan & Co.'s
Having bought tucientirc'.Stock o( JP
Clothing and Gents' Fnmisii Goods
From tho Templo of Fashion at greatly reduced rates, via now offer them to our
numerous patrons at prices which lie y competition.
Theso goods aro first class in ovcry icspcct and consist of all grades and qtul
MM, Suitable for tie Bid ai Poor alike.
In ofTcning them to our customers wo would moil respectfully draw their at
tention to the fuct Hint wo aro giving them tho ucnetll of our cheap bargain and
inrito tho public in pcnoral to glvu us a cull and examine these goods beforo pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, GAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known to need especial comment. 59
Just Received at Hollisler & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNB
FAlirJSTA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
Iov Sale nt X&eifcsoiicible Xjrice
5 . i
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Opposite Irwin & Co.'s
.&&& Jt'.4rV e!hii0be