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Ills Excellency A. lloin wl'l net m
Governor of O.iliu during my absence
from the Kingdom.
CU11TI3 P. IAUKEA,
Governor of Oahu.
Ofllco of Governor of Oahu,
April lltli, 1887. 0 lw
BISHOP & Co., BANKEKS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Banlc ol Oalil'oruln, H. IT.
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONQ.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
The Commercial Dank Co., of Sydney,
The Commerclul Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
Published about the End and Middle
of each Month.
Contains 40 Columns of Interesting
News Relating to the Var
Thcro Is no better publication for
ending to friends abroad, nor is there
any better medium for -.dwrllsing tiny
special line of business lint may il spend,
in part, for its support, upon foreign pa
tronage. These Summaries go to all
parts of thu English-speaking world,
and the dcnjind for them is constantly
Subscription, including Postago to Foreign
Countries, $2.50 per Year.
The Daily BuSletio
i ase eg
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can bo had from
J. II. Sorim, : :
A. M. IIewktt, :
J. W.-Hinc-ley, :
J.Sims, : : : :
: : V oi chant Stiect,
: : Hotel Street
. t( u
Pledged to neither Beet nor Party.
Bit established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY. APRIL lf. 1887.
AN IMPROVING EXCURSION. ,
A member of our staff, who is a
kind of self-appointed Inspector
General of Hawaiian Nuisances,
went on a grievance discovery jour
ney of scientific investigation last
evening, anil had a very pleasant
and improving excursion.
Going up Nuuanti Valley, musing
upon men and the miseries of man
kind in a sort otfar nicnle Govern
ment Oillcinl vein of humor, our
man became aware of a highly res
pectable looking person toiling along
on foot. As the novel writer says,
" he was scrupulously clean," bar
ring the dust, and in good condi
tion, only with a haggard expres
sion on his face. This, thought the
member of our staff, looks like a
grievance. A weli-dressed man on
foot, when other people of that des
cription rido in carriages or on horse
back, laboring through the dust,
and appearing troubled. Here is
the prosject of some revelation cal
culated to harrow the feelings and
make a day's disturbance. So our
roan sided up to the stranger, and
saluted him as politely as he knew
how. " Good evening, sir: nice
The gentleman looked riled, and
after a little hesitation replied sav
agely, "I don't see it;" which, of
course, paved the way to an un
restricted intimacy; for whenever
you want to get at a man's personal
investments in tlio wheel of fortune,
always commence operations by dis
turbing his bile. The more crabbed
lie feels at starting, the easier his
communications will flow afterwards.
Our man knew this, and had the
stranger open like a book in no
time, nnd proceeded to question him
" German philosopher, sir?" said
he. "Looking for proofs of the gorjn
theory, or voleanio hnzo around the
moon, or a new race of troglodytes,
or royal letters, or something in
"German fiddlesticks !" exclaimed
"Glad to hear it, sir," said our
man. "Very intelligent men In
that lino of business, I understand.
Take a 9moke?" At the same time
handing Jiim a two cent cigar,
cribbed from the editor's table.
So they each got tip steam, and
were presently as thick as thieves.
"Cabinet Minister, or sonic high
Government Oillcinl, with weighty
responsibilities on your shoulders,
I presume, sir?" said our man,
with an air of cool dignity.
"Cabinet Minister I Government
Ullleiall" excitedly ejaculated the
stranger. "No, sir I Nothing of
the sort 1 I did for many years 1111
the billet of Deputy Assistant Inspector-General
of Cals'-tails and
Dogs' -heads, and also Protector of
Animals, feline and canine ; and did
my duty diligently and conscien
tiously ; but all of a sudden they
kicked me out of my billet, without
warning or reason assigned, nnd
stuck an ignoramus in my place
that doesn't know a cat from a dog
nor a dog from a eat. The conse
quence is, tncy nave an uccomc
mixed in one confused lot, and the
dogs mew and the cats bark."
"You say, you did your duty
faithfully, and yet they dismissed
you without warning, and gave no
reason for so doing V"
"None whatever. I was simply
told, in substance, that the Govern
ment, being a set of muffs, had
decided to iill all otHces of trust
and emolument with the same kind
of material, and they were of opi
nion it would be to the advantage
of the public service that I should
resort to the use of my legs, and by
hook or by crook, at the most in
convenience to myself and the least
trouble to them, and witli all pos
sible speed, accomplish the very
important duty of clearing out."
"Dear me; now that sounds business-like:
nothing of red tape in
that. Has the Hawaiian Govern
ment always acted in this prompt
"No, not always. Formerly,
under the premiership of Judd,
Wiley, Hutchinson, and others, the
best men available were selected for
oillce, and as long as they did their
duty they were retained. This new
method, which you call business
like, is an introduction of the pre
sent Premier's. It is, or was, a
part of what he called his "policy."
Old and faithful public employees,
who had served the country honor
ably and well, were declared "not
in accord," and forthwith bundled
out. He set the ball l oiling, and
when he tried to stop it, he couldn't.
Now it is beginning to bowl his
friends out, and threatens to carry
hiin along, too. In fact, it has
already knocked one of his legs
from under him, and
Here the member of our staff
pulled out his watch, nnd told his
friend that he was reminded of an
engagement, witiiin a few minutes
of due ; but intimated that he was
curious to know, bofore parting,
what was the result of this new
"policy," which made the, tenure
of ofllec so uncertain, and whether
it did not tend to prompt employees
to special exertions to secure n little
more than their legitimate salaries,
so as to lie prepared for being out
"Perfectly so," said the ex
Deputy Inspector, etc., "that's the
idea. There is a strong temptation
to "peculate" and "filch" unex
pended balances, whenever the
opportunity occurs. From tho
highest to the lowest from tho
Cabinet Minister to the cook's
mate bribery, corruption, and
dodges are the mainsprings of ofll
cinl tenure under the now order of
things, and the chief means of
securing a competence for virtuous
and venerable old age. A certainty
of being retnined in ofllce, provi
sionally on elilclcnt and faithful
fulfilment of duty, is the strongest
motive to diligence and honesty.
This motive no longer exists."
Hero the two gentlemen parted
company, mutually hoping they
might meet again ere long.
TESTIMONY IN OUR COURTS.
Thcro is reason to believo that
perjury is not unknown in our
Courts of Justice. Testimony given
by witnesses for tho prosecution is
not iinfrcqiiciitly tingeil with a spirit
of maliciousness, while that given
hy witnesses on both sitlcs, occa
sionally savors strongly of a viola
tion of the eighth commandment. A
regular visitor to the Hawniinn halls
of justico cannot fail to be Impressed
with a feeling that false testimony is
not unknown. Amongst Chinamen
of the criminal class, a class which
seems to prevail in our Police Court
of lato, it is not surprising that per
jury should be provalent,for to thorn,
tho truth is unknown. 'Were the
practice confined solely to the fol.
lowers of Hitddha and Confucius,
the consequence might not bo so
serious, but the mischief lies princi
pally in the perjured statements
made by native Ilawalitius. The
latter arc born and bred as Chris
tians, and truth, with them, should
be paramount above every thing
else. However it is not so. Only
n few weeks ago, six witnesses gave
evidence in the Police Court, three
i of whom swore distinctly "black,"
while the other three sworo "white,"
with equal emphasis. Obviously,
therefore, thrco persons in this case
had borno falso witness. An ex
planation for testimony of this
nature was recently suggested by a
Judge sitting on the Colonial Bench
in the following words: "Witnesses
unaccountably," he admitted, "fre
quently swore to a fact believing
that they were speaking the truth,
and others swore the direct opposite,
believing that they, too, were telling
tho truth. It was the old story of
the chameleon." This illustration
however, is hardly applicable to the
niajorityof cases in our local Police
Court, for according to the story the
chameleon did really change color,
while the modern witness will tell a
Judge to his face that white is
black, or that black is white, accord
ing to the direction in which his
interest lies. What astonishes us
is, that if perjury is common, pro
secutions for that offence arc rare.
Whatever importance there may be
attached to the form of oath ad
ministered in the Courts, and there
is only one form here, for Christian,
heathen or'infldel, it is not respect
for the bacrcdncss of an oath, but
fear of the law which deters an un
truthful man or woman from know
ingly calling white black in the wit
ness box. Perjurers ought not to
be encouraged by an impression of
judicial indifference nor by any
latitudinarian views which Judges
might hold with regard to the obliga
tions of witnesses in the Court of
law, but rather to be impressed with
the absolute necessity of, at all
times and on all occasions, speaking
"the truth, the whole truth, and
nothing but the truth."
A LADY DESIRES A SITUATION
21 of trust, 'thoroughly domesti
K. M.. General Post Oillce.
Tor tho Benefit of the British Benev
An Entertainment in aid of the funds
of the Society will be given at the
Tuesday, April 19th.
P1XO GB AM-SIE.
School of tho Vestals.
Lear and Cordelia.
Tho Magic Mirror.
Tno Gypsies' Encampment.
To conclude with tho Screaming Farce,
"ON HIS LAST LEGS."
Felix 0'Callaghan..Mr. Godfrey Brown
Charlcb Mr. F. Hastings
Rivers Mr. II. von Holt
Dr. Danlcs Mr. A. T. Atkinson
John Mr. E, F Bishop
Mrs. Montaguo Miss King
Julia Mrs. Strong
Doois open nt 7:30.
Performance to commence at 8 p.
Hot Plan open nt thu olllco of .I.E.
BKOWN & CO,, Monday, April 18th, nt
0 o'clock a. in. 11 at
Flsbplates, Bolts & Spikes.
II, IIAOKFELD & Co.
NICE FURNISHED FItONT
room nt No. 4 Garden Laue.lOl 1 w
By onJcr of MR L Ii. KERR, v.o will
sell at public auction,
On Monday, April 1 8
At 10 o'clock a in., at our salesroom,
On 11 lilbcrnl Credit to the trade,
a large and variedassortment of
Ocnt'H Neck Wear,
White A. Colored Linens,
100 Single Suit Pieces !
AND PANTS LENGTHS.
Bif" These goods arc all new, of the
latest patterns, were personally t elected
hy Mr. Kerr, aud offer a tine opportu
nity to the trade.
tSTTERMS AT SALE
E. 1 ADAMS & CO.,
00 -it ' Auctioneers
EXTENSIVE CREDIT SALE OF
Dy ouler of a Pimnlucut linpoitlng
House I urn instructed to oiler at Public
Auction, nl my tnlcsiooin on
MONDAY, APRIL 18th, '87
At 10 o'clock n. m.
A largo and varied assortment of Tailors'
Diagonals, Doeskins, Moleskins,
PLAIN & PRINTED LININGS,
Linen and Cotton'.Drills,
And numerous other Goods iinpcitiilu-
lug to the tinde.
Terms Liberal, mill innite known nt
time of Male.
Tho above are nil choice, Fresh Goods,
manufactured expressly for this market,
to which tho auctioneer calls the intui
tion of the Trade.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
10 lit Auctioneer.
TM THE SUl'RKME CCUIM?
JL of thu Hawaiian Mauds. In the
matter of C. T. AKANA, of Honolulu,
Oahu, by (or) against whom a petition
for adjudication was tiled on tho llth
day of April, 1837, in said Court. In
Bankruptcy, before Judd, O. J.
The Mlh day of April, 1687.
Urou reading the said petition, and
upon prm.f bctnro mo taken. I do tlnd
that the taid U. T. Akuiiii, lini become a
B.iuktupt within the true intent anil
meaning of ,thc Act approved on the
2!)th day of August, 1884, entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings in Hunk,
ruptcy in tlio Hawaiian Wands '
Anil I do heiuby ihclaie and adjudge
him a bankrupt accunlingly.
And do further order that the ercdi
tor of the Mild bankrupt come In and
piovn their debts before such Justice of
tlio Supreme (Join t as sliall be hitting in
Chambers atAliiolaui Hale, Honolulu,
on THURSDAY, the L'lst day of April,
1S87, between tho hours of 10 o'clock in
the toieuoou and noon of the paid day,
ami elect onu or moru assignee or as.
slgnecs of tlio said bankrupt's citato.
And that notice theieof be published
in the Hawaiian Gazette nnd Daily
Ik'M.Kl'i.v, newspapers published in Ho
nolulu, in tlio English hignguage.
Aud that said bankrupt shall immo
il lately tile with tho Clerk of this lion,
o ruble Court a tchcilule of his creditors
and assets as rcntilr.'d bv tho paid Act.
Chief Juliou xif inu atiprcino Court.
Attest: HiiNiiv Smiiu,
Deputy Clerk. 11 fit
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF
tho Stockholder of tho llonokua
Sugar Company, held this day, Mr.
Julius Holing was elected Vico-Prcsi.
dent for tlio ensuing teiui.
Honolulu, April llth, 18S7 tt) t
If you want a nleo wliill", get bomo of
5-CENT "YOUNG AMERICA,"
0-1 lwl Just arilvcd.
Chas. T. Gulick Notary Public
Itccords Searched, Abstract of Title
Furnished, aud Conveyances
Drawn on short notice.
Collection Agency. -Jin. JOHN' GOOD,
Jit., Authorised Collector.
Employment Agency. Mn. P. MAliCOS,
General Business Agency. No. its Met
licit Telephone IHH, 1. O. llox 415.
Has removed lo No. 'A Wellington Place,
School Street, tho residence of Mr. A.
Cockburn, opposllo 0. Along, Esij.
For Salo or Louse.
THOSE PKRM1SES SITUATED ON
1'iuiahoii Street called "Kauaiillo.
hia," tho property of C. 11. Judd, aio for
salo or for lease tor a term of yeais.
Por particulars inquire of
ALEX. J. CAHTWmGHT.
Honolulu, Dec. 13, 18bU.
NUHSE GIW, TO
xV. look after ono child. Apply to
JOB PRINTING of nil kinds exe
cuted at tho Daily Uullktin Olllco
oxxMan voir hajuts
And a large variety of other goods too numorous to mention,
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Thern are now reglstcio 1 at thu Agen
cy, Book-kccpois, Engineers, l'lintitlim
Limns, Carpenter', Hostler, Cooks,
Hoys, clo., w ho 'iro reciting employment,
and many of whom can fortihh tlio best
of K'fi'ieneo3 if requital.
Valuable Heal Estate In desirable
lots Ion tale or leaM Coavciiunt Col
luge to let on favorable lerms.
Vol another Co'.lngo to Lei or Loaso for a
Term ol Years.
On I.illhir'slrcct, u short diElniiccahow)
King; tlno location on a gentle i-lopc,
having tho full ml vantage of the valley
brci'.es ; cozy, i.ouvrnlent, wrll appoint,
td, large j aid. Au oppoilunily notot.
Still they jcorno 1 Just ouo more Cottage to
Let or Lease (or a Term.
A two-slory Cottage, tltuateil makal
of Puuabou, two aud one-half miles
ft oni thol'o't Ofllco; supplied with all
the coincidences of a luxurious homo
Servant's ijtuitcis; stable and o.utljgo
house. Ailo.lan well on the premises.
All in peifUbl order. '
For Sain. A rrr; chntica for a Kancli
mm of small capital is now ollercd
for cii'h. All tho appuitenanrts of a
thrifty, piollirtblu ranch, hoises,
Gallic, muliij, bogs, fherp. tools, etc.,
etc., necos'nry lor inuiitilbito woik.
arc on tlio premises. pcii utile nun
full partieubus jtven o:t application
To Let That very commrdious home
sic id known as '-F.iir Viu.v," on the
Hank ol l'nuehbov.J Hill; fully ap
pointed in every respect; healthy air;
inagnilirent View-; convenient loca
tion. This is n inro opponutilty tor
a pi i vale lutnily to sicure a beautiful
home on moderate tei;mi-.
To Lei. A coiivcnlcu'ly located -1 room
CottagD wiih buliTonn and-kitchen,
herv.iiu'j (punters, stable and cuiiago
shed; water laid on; about of a
mild from the Post Oh ce on tho Pa.
luinanml. The pieniijcs havo lately
been put in thorough icjuir and newly
The Old Comer (Molto's) for Salo on rca.
bona bio terms. Anno cluiucc for in
A Lodging Establishment ronvcmciitiy lo
cated, pnyiutc hiimUoinclv, to bo had
ct u bargain.
Pull put ilculirs jjivcu upon applica
tion at the Agei ey,
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
ISviriYIcplinnuiSth. S O.IIox 41 J 7.
The STEAMER KINAUwill inako
nn oxouri'lon tj tlio Volcano, on
Monday, April 18th.
Eaily applications for tickets fehottld
bo made to Olllco of
"WELDER'S STEAMSHIP CO.
J. Williams' Photographio Gallery,
0(171 POUT SI It BET
.UMNO MY ABSENCE FKOM
this Klimdnm, Mr. W. P. Allen
will act for mo under full power of at
lormy. Ami my luotlier. A. Wills, will
c.ury on mv business at ihu slow nt Pa
Pallida, April 0, 1837. 07 lw
A LT, PAHTIES HAVING CLAIMS
1 of any kind ng ilii't thu undersign,
cd tiro heicby not I lied to present tho
suno, propcily attested, to Geo. S.
Ilouehtfiillnguttho "11 ly llotso" Saloon,
on Hotel fetrcet, Honolulu, within six
days from this Dili (hy of April, 18S7, or
they will bo foicor bured.
O. W. HOlHtllTAILlNG.
Honolulu, April (USS7. GOO (It
lo tho Volcano! I
l'3TrpiIK undersigned havo Si My T'lious.
I X and Dollau to loiii,insunis'of not
less than ouo thousand dollais upon
SMITH, TIIUHSTON ii KINNEY,
JWIUtf 00 Port Street, Honolulu,
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
X advertise In the Daily Uumxtix,
. Funco Wiroa,
Roll Tci. na.
Mutual Tel. 37!;
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
Sim! Estate April, Etc.,
Offer the fillowing:
To Lcl. Shop in new brick building on
King hlrect, near NuUanu, iict to
ChlnciO Koia Co.'h office. Hunt vciy
OHico to Lot. 1'riwitc ofllce, haiidstmuly
lilted, water coincidence, olc. Pint
of J. E. lliown it Co.'s pioinisc-i, Mer.
cliiuil Slieet; with desk room outsldo
for n clerk. Suitable for a notary or
n lawyer llent, with office furiiltiiic,
IJ per month.
Rooms to Real Furnilied in the Lest
Rooms to Rent. Four very hriiidomcly
1 in iiiaiii.il rooms in largu bouse; well
situatod on iMtuauti Avenue. Kent
$15 n month each.
To Let. Tho hotiRo and gioimdshlluntid
lit KttUiinu Avenue, leccntly occupied
uyA.j. uariwrignr, jr., i,s(. item
To Lcl. A fi.ioouicd Cottage, with Car.
iiigu llor.su and Out house, Nuuanii
Avenue, near liovenimaiit rc-ervolr,
utmvo l.i to Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with about li acres of laud 2tj
mile from town. Kent l(i per month.
To Lot. A n.ioonied Cottage, with kitchen
attached uppur end ol 2'iuiunu
Auiniie, opposite "Valley Homo," in
oxi'i-llenl older. Ihilh and water con-.
Mini ii'io.'. 15eut Sir.
To Let. Shop window with spico behind,
lit ollici'o occupied uy J. is. urowu &
Co. Sultnblo for Jewclei's (hop or
Xuiniy'i; offlcu. Pent cly moderate.
Mouse and Lot tor Gale Very desirable
lesideneo on Heietuiila Street. The
h u o riml tins -1 Ikdrooni', Parlor.
J)lniiis-ionm. P.mtiy, Kitchen und
lin hrooni. Mostpillo pioof. Homo
ni.w and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with privilege rf
buying nest lot. '' be sold cluap.
For Galo A chaiming residence
on Kitiiiu stiect, containing ',' bed.
loi-itu, parlor, dining loom, kitchen,
bath, iVc. Garden lioiu nnd imek;
carriage house, slallci and senant's
For Galo. A business (restauranl; in
((liter of city. Owner having on nc
count of ill health. A splendid chance
for tnuigi'ilo man.- 1'or parliculais
tt) ply to J E. Jltown & Co.
For Salo or l.cacc -With Immediate, pes
bcsainn. that vnlua'do estate known as
tho NKUAXU VALLEV 11ANCH.
sltuaWd in tho Xuuami Valley. 1
miles from tho city, and undoubtedly
thn ino-L eligible site for a milk or
milk and butler dairy in this Kingdom.
'I ho above plcndld properly maybe
had on easy tcims.
Situations wanted hy
And other clnscs of help.
Custom Houbo Brokors,
Eooks kept & written up,
!i8 Merchant Stiect.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X ndvcrtUo In tlio Daily Uuuin.
BROWN & CO.
FOB SAK WKAXCISt'O,
The new and lino Al ttccl Mcumtuln
Of the OC'Hinlc Slcain' hip Oompr.uy, w. il
Le duo at Honolulu tiom b itiicy
tin il Auckland o:i or aloui
Stfiay 5th, SB87,
And will leave for thu iibovo port with
mails aud passengers on or about that
For fiolglit or passage, having SU.
PEltlOlt ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
WM. Q. IllVIir & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al etcel steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company, will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sail
Vuuuiitco on or uboul
April 15th, 1887,
And will hive pinmpt dispatch wllh
malls and paibcngets lor' he above port.'.
Por freight or piling.', having SU-
PEIUOK ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 TO, G. TJIWIN & CO., Afjents.
At tho Iowc.4 llgure', of tho finest qua'
Warranted genuine, mado of tho pnro
jiuce only and guaraulcd to ttnnd
Will not detcilnrato in ipn lily for any
number of years. Large' quantltus ex
ported eeiy ycai, liyhomu ot iho larg
est commeici il llims of this city-, to (lit.
ferenl pails of tho United S atej mid
tlio Gcimaii Empire.
MAXUI'ACTUllKU AT Tftl'.
Pioneor Steam Candy Factory
.TCHtubllHliuil 111 1SU3.
Practical Confectioner, Pcatry Cook
Hotel, liet. ?uuniiu mid I'ort HtN.
Both Telophouw No. 74. 01
llegs lo iiil'oiin tlio public, llint ho has
just lctiiincd from San Piaucisco, where
ho fcclectcd au
Elegant Slock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Pino Ficnch Kid Sliocs,
Men's Fine Boots and Shoes,
Childmi's Elcgjnt Shoes,,
and a flno lot of
IXAXTS' KtiOKKi: HIill'IM'.ItH..
01 Xo. V.i A'unanu Sd'eet. flm
C.uilageiiit all bouts, day nnd night.
Saddle IIortrt, Bugijies, Wagonettes and
Vilhigo Cuts wltu stylish and gentle
horses to let.
A few Horscf, guai anlccd. Second
hand Haclis, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts and Hniucss.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Iting up Telephone '.V2, or apply to
ItlllTJfiS & MAYIjliY.
CITY -CARRIAGE GO,
Corner ol' Xiiuuiiii A. Ifotfl NU'eetn..
EINQ UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Carrlago Compiny lias been re
cently organized, and 'guarantees to.
lurnMi good ui nveyances, tr'iwcrthy
diiveis, nn.l will iinko no oMoitlonnto
All calli will bopioinptly nUuoded to.
COINAGES TO LET.
qnilKKK NICH COTTAGES, PAKT
X ly fnrnislicd, and Miitahlo for
house keeping, nio lo lit nt Waikiki.
Apply lo ALLEN HKltBEUT, or to this
FfJIlVlSHKD COTTAGE AT
Walklkl; loaullfiil t.)itido trees.
and r.iiiuca.bnihlng. Apply to
100 !'w h.S. OUNI1A.
FOR SALE !
ONE LAHGE I OT. corror FciiHicola.
and Luiialilo t'ts., which can ho
dividm into two or moro building lots..
Emigre of O. 3VK8T,
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