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WEDNESDAY. APRIL 27. 1887.
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EXPORTS AND IMPORTS FOR 1886.
The minimi report of the Collector-General
of Customs, for the
year ending December .11, 188C,
just published, shows the total
valuo of exports and imports of
merchandise during the year to
have been $15, 3115, 025, as against
812,809,802 for 1885, an increase
of 82,435,102. The total exports
amounted to 810,457,281, being an
increase of SI, 387,907 from the
previous year. The total imports
amounted to $1,877, 7:8, being an
increase fom 1885 of $1,017,191.
The excess of the value of exports
over imports is 5,579,517, accord
ing to our subtraction, which is
slightly different from that of the
report. These figures certainly
make a very favorable showing for
Hawaii. An increaso in our fiivor
has taken place all along the line.
A NOVEL IDEA.
Were it within the province of the
public to summon the Minister of the
Interior to show cause why certain
streets of this city should be m the
impassable condition they arc to
day, solely in consequence of neces
sary labor not having been bestowed
upon them, ample appropriation
having been made therefor, now
would be a fitting time to issue such
a summons. Such a proceeding
would probably be considered
oiiicious, intermeddling with what
does not concern tho public, and al
together superfluous. If a resident
in this country refuses to pay his
road tax or any other tax, he is
summoned, or arrested, and mulcted
in the amount claimed, with 10 per
cent and costs added thereto, and
failing payment, an execution is at
ouco put into practical operation.
Why should not the law worlc both
ways? A citizen having paid his
road taxes, has an equal right to
sec tho money expended where re
quired, and failing which, he ought
to have a perfect right to proceed
against the authorities. Were an
example needed of such a place as
wo refer to, that is, an impassable
placo for pedestrians, it is not neces
sary to go far from Aliiolani Hale.
Just tako that small piece of Alakca
street betwixt Merchant and Queen.
It is a quagmire of the worst kind,
and the residents around there can
not leave their houses without get
ting up to tho knees in mud and
water. Imperfect grading has made
that spot what it is. In order
to effect what was designed, a drain
was laid from tho upper side of
Queen street to tho sea, but that
being choked and consequently
useless, tho surrounding neighbor-
hood ts n worso condition after n
rainstorm that it was before nny
labor wns applied to the roads.
Surely this is a case in which re
sponsible parties ought to be called
uppn to show the reason why!
GOVERNMENT GETTING BEHIND.
Any and every business in which
the expenditure exceeds the Income
must come lo grief, soonei or later.
It cannot continue for over. Its
collapse is simply a question of time,
and the length of time will depend
cither upon the extent of resources
or tho amount of credit available,
or upon both conjointly. When the
resources become exhausted and the
credit fails, the business must break
down. A business to live, must
have a revenue not less than its out
lay. And what is true in this re
spect of a private business, is also
true of the public business of a
country. A nation's income must
equal its expenditure, or its govern
ment will ultimately bo in trouble
for the want of means of subsis
tence. For a time it may flourish
on its credit, but its credit cannot
long survive when its ordinary ex
penditure exceeds 'its ordinary re
venue. From the statement of receipts
and expenditures of our government,
for the year ending March 31, 1887,
and published a few days ago, it
would appear that we aic not mak
ing ends meet by quite a long chalk.
Tho difference between total revenue
and total expenditure for the year,
after deducting the balance in hand
of 89,174 at the beginning of the
year, is a little less than 822,000, in
favor of revenue. Hut four items
in the revenue three of borrowed
money and one of Postal Savings Bank
deposits aggregating over 8014,
000, may be classed as extraordin
ary. Offsetting this amount arc
four other items, amounting to about
$151,000, expended in liquidating
indebtedness. The difference be
tween this sum and the previous
one, less the balance in hand at the
end of the year, less the balance in
hand at the beginning of the year,
or about S 17 1,000, we take to be
the measure in round numbers, of
excess of the Government expendi
ture over income, for the year end
ing Marcli 31st last. This is a very
unpromising showing for the Govern
incnt. If the excess of expenditure
had been incurred by extraordinary
undertakings, the look of things
would have been different. Hut
nothing whatever of that nature is
indicated in the statement. There
is a clear insulllcicncy of the ordin
ary revenue to meet the ordinary
expenditure. Such a condition of
the public business if long continued,
must ultimately bring the Govern
ment to insolvency.
We do not for a moment admit
that this is an unavoidable condi
tion, or one that the stress of cir
cumstances has forced on tho
Government. On the contrary, we
believe it to be the result of an ex
travagant or foolish use of the pub
lic funds. Tho ordinary revenue,
wisely and economically disbursed,
is fully equal to tho country's ordin
ORIGIN OF CE0METRY.
Tho origin of geometry is ascribed
lo the Egyptians, who, having their
landmarks annually washed away by
inundations, in efforts to devise a
plan for readily restoring them dis
covered tho principles of geometry.
From them Thales of Miletus, ono
of tho "seven wise men" of Greece,
is said to have learned the elements
of the science. lie introduced it
into Greece about GOO B. C. Pytha
goras, half a century later, having
also learned the science of the
Egyptians, enriched it by the propo
sition which still bears his name,
to wit, that the square described on
the hypolhenuso of ,a right-angled
trianglo is cqunl to tho sum of tho
squares on the other two sides.
Plato, about 390 11. C, invented the
study of conic sections, and through
these and tho use of the analytic
method of demonstration ho made
great advances in the science. The
elements of geometry were compiled
by Euclid, 280 B. C. This author
introduced a device of rensoning
that has been found very useful
whore neither direct proof (tho cyn
thetio method) or tho analytic
method could bo readily used; it
consists in proving tho truth of a
proposition by assuming it contrary
as truth aud allowing that this im
plies n logical absurdity. Apollonius
was a geometer who lived about 230
B. C, and whoso worlc in the science
has not been surpassed by tho most
brilliant achievements of others
since. Archimedes, n contemporary
of Apollonius, first inscribed poly
gons in circles. Ilipparchiis, in tho
Second century before Christ, and
Ptolemy, in tlio Second century after
Christ, applied mathematics to
ustronomy. From about 550 A. D.
to 1000 A. D., during tho darkness
of tho Middle Ages, the science mado
no advance nnd was little studied.
Vieta, who lived from 1540 to 1003,
revived iho ancient geometry. The
demonstrations of Kepler, Robcrval
and Pascal in tho Seventeenth cen
tury greatly stimulated geometrical
investigation. But lo Dcscnrtos,
who published a volume of geometri
cal problems in 1037, the world owes
chiefly the invention of analytic
modern geometry. Nenlon dis
covered the differential calculus in
1005. In 1799 the first descriptive
geometry was published in Paris.by
npiIK UNDESIGNED, HAVING
JL been appointed Assignee of tho
C 'V. A.lt.A.N'.A.,
of Honolulu, a bankrupt, all persons In.
debted to said estate nra hereby notified
to make immediate payment lo tho un
dersigned. W. MAERTENS,
Honolulu, April, 1887. L'O lw
A1 rxrtn rsfr umivn
family Mure; perfectly
safe to drive by ladies
or children. Apply to
At No. 70 Queen St.
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Will lecture on
"The Man Dante!"
At the residence of MRS. J. G. DICK
SON, 49 Berelanla Street,
FRIDAY EVENING, APRIL 29th,
At 7:45 o'clock.
Friday, April 29th, at 10 a. m.
1 will sell at Public Auction at tho resi
dence of E. G. WALLER, 20!) Kins St.,
opposite the residence of H. N. McOhos.
ney, the whole of his Household FurnK
tore, comprising in put
B. W. PARLOR SET!
Bedroom Set, Wardrobe, ?j Red
Head, Pictures, Chandelier?, bpring
Miutros-i, Mosquito Net, Crockery
and Glasiwaiu, Kitchen Stove and
Utensils, etc., etc., also
THE LEASE OF THE HOUSE
y yeais to run at a rental of $00
Iter annum clear of water lates.
lly order of AV. MAERTENS, assignee
of tho bankrupt estate of C. T. Akana, I
will sell nt Public Auction In front of
my salesrooms, comerof Fortaud Queen
ON SATURDAY, APRIL 30th,
At 12 o'clock noon,
10 Choice Saddle Hob!
1 Mare and Foal!
Belonging to said Estate.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
At 10 o'clock n. in.
I will sell at L ii bile: Auction at tho renl.
(loniiQ of E. II. WOODWORTH, Nuunnu
Valley, on account of ilepajtuie, tho
whole of fiis Household Furniture, c n
Bedroom Sets, Maltiesscs, Mos
qulto Nets, Hook Case. Superior It
W Dining Room Furniture, Iimps,
Crockery and Ulatswiuc, ll.ith Tub,
etc, etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
J Hit lccelvcd ox "Alameda,"
JNttlci'iiH of 1887; also
Border Ceiling Decoration
In great variety nt reduced pi Ices.
WILDER & CO.
AVERY FAIR CHANCE IS OF
fercd lo a sober mid industrious
mail to become n putner (In half) of a
nenly LtntillHlicil Inmlncs In Honolulu.
.Small amount or capital rcipilied and
tlio pioipecm for a good and paying
business llrst into. For particular in.
quire of .r. MAOOON,- Real Eslato
Agent, Merchant stieet. 10 lw
YniiNn wnA'. m muii i..
'r ucuci nl housework. German nra.
ferret), Apply at Buiixiin Orciui:.
By nre'er of Mr. S. SAVIDGE, wo will
sell nt Public Auction, at his residence,
0 TUESDAY, MAY 3, 1887
At 10 o'clock n. in., the Household
Furniture, consisting cf
Hair Cloth Parlor Set,
Mm bio Top Center Table, 1 Two.
Light Chandelier, Center Hug, Sofa
Hugs, Ulack Walnut Whatnot,
Spring Mattrec, Black Walnut
Extension Table, Crockery
Rockers, Bureaus, Etc.
E. P. ADAMS & CO.,
21 fit Auctioneers
Fourth Animal Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To bo held nt Knpiolaui Park,
June 10th and 1 1th
Official Programme of Races
First Day, Juno lOtli, 1887.
Rices to commence nt 12 noon.
Honolulu Plato, $
Running- Race; J mllo (lash: for
Hawaiian bred horses; weight for
2nd. Tho King's Plate, 5
Tioltlng Ruco; for Hawaiian bred
horse' only; mllo heals; Lest two in
tluee; to harness
3rd. Walkapu Cliallongo Cup, $ added
Running Kii'ic; . mile (lush; open
lo all; winner to beat the record of
"Moj 1) " 1 :1'0.
4th. Novelty Race,
1 mile dash; 1st quarter $
y. mllo $s
U mile !?
1 mile $
Open to all Hawaiian bred horses.
5lli. Oceanic Purse,
Trotting Race; mile heuti; best !i in
0; lo harness; open to all.
6th. Hawaiian Plate,
Running Race; mile (lath; open to
Second Day, June 1 1
Races to coiuuicni'u at 10:1)0 n.m. Blimp.
1st. Tho Queen's Plato, S
Running Race; xx mile dash; open
2nd. Kamchamclia Plato, $
Running Race; milu dash; open
3rd. Kalakaua Purso, $
'I rotting Ruco; mile heats; best 2 In
it; to harness; open to nil.
4th. Ills Majesty's Cup,
Running Raco; for Hawaiian bred
hoiscs; own Ml by memlors of the
Jockey Club, 1 milu dash. Cup to
bu i nit fni uuinmlly. Kiitrancu $50.
Dth. Breeder's Plato, $
RuuiiniLC Race; mile dash; for all
!J year olds.
6th. Reciprocity Plato, s?
Running Race; ?.( milu dash; open
7th. Rosita Cliallongo Cup,
Running Race; mllo ilasli; winner
lo betii iho record rf "Angio A."
1:I5J4 niadu Juno 12, ISdO. Cup to
ho run for annually, and to hu held
hy tho wlniici until his timu is bea
ten at ii meeting ot liie Jockey Club.
Open to all,
8th. Jockoy Club Post Match,
Sweupstcaks Trotting or Pacing
Race; best 2 in It: free for all hoiscs
Mho havo not n record of it mills, or
belter. To be diivtn by members
of the Jockey Club. Entrance $10.
9th. Pony Raco, $
Running Race; 1 mllo dntm; open
to only Hiwaiinn bred Iiorsis, not
over M lumN, nnd not under !) yrs.
old; catch weights.
All entries to closs at 12 o'clock noon,
on Junu 1st 1887. at Iho olllco of the
Kccietary, anil nil entruueo fees to bo
10 per cent, unlujs otherwise specified.
All races to bo.ruii or Hotted under tlio
rules of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club.
Admission f0 cents each
To Grand Stand, ixira... 00 cents and 91
Cairiagcs inside of Course... $2 B0 each
Quarter Stretch IJuigos $.5.00 each
0. 0. BERGEB, Secretary.
For uso ot Stuns, Track, etc., apply to
CAPT. JNO. H. BROWN.
Tli s programme Is subject to icvlslon
by iho Executive Committee i'uises
will hu announced nt mi early dalu,
STJtAYED or STOLEN.
&, A WHITE FOX TRR.
ggST rlcr B'llt with black ears
J3fU n ml Inil, ami black spot on
, f jy hack. Any one found de.
" mining her after this no-
tlco will hu prosecuted.
I,EVIS J. LEVEY,
10 lit Corner of Foit & Queen 81s.
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
J. ndvertlso In the Daily Ruli.iui.s',
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
There nro now registered at tho Agen.
cy, Book-keepers, Engineers, Plantation
Lunas, Carpenters, Hostlers, Cooks,
Boys, etc., w no aro seeking riunlovnionl,
and many of whom can furnish the ben
of roferehces if requited.
By first-class Steward (Colored) who
has hull long ca) olence and gtiaran.
tees satisfaction to an (inployer.
By a JJrsl-class Cook (colored) uc.
(piiiiuted with all the requirements of
a well supplied table; ma'irlcd; the
wife would like to cugegc as n general
By a white tmty, ns a housekeeper or
nurse; has hnd ninnyycars experience
In both capacities.
Valuable Real Estate In desirable
lots for sale or leaso Convenient Cot.
tages to let on favorable terms.
Yet another Collage to Lot or Lcaso lor a
Term ol Years.
On Llliha street, n short distanco above
King; lino location on a gentle slope,
having tho full ad vantage of tlio valley
breees; cozy, convenient, well appoint
ed, large yaid. An opportunity not of.
Still they como! Just ono moro Cotlago to
Lot or Loaso lor a Term.
A two-story Cottage, situated inakai
of Punahou, two nnd one-half miles
from tho Post Olllcu; supplied with all
the concuicnces of n luxurious home.
Servant's quarters; stables and carilngc
house Artesian well on the picmUs.
All in perfect order.
For Salo. A rare chnndc for a Ranch
man of small capital is now oflcied
for dull. All the appurtenances of a
thrifty, piofltablc ranch, hoiscs,
cattle, mules, bogs, cheep, tools, etc.,
etc., necessary for lmintdlatu work,
nro on the premises. Schedulo find
full particulars given ou application
to the Aacncy.
For Salo. Leae, good-will nnd furniture
of a first class lodging house. Beau
tlful locution, large jaid more than
an i.uro In extent lino shade trees,
largo nln looms, high ceilings; with
in live minutes' walk ot the Pot Of.
lice. The premiscr aro now giving
profitable returns, and would not be
offered for salo were not the piopric.
tor compelled to leave, thu Kingdom
ou account of ill health.
For Sale Still another flrst-cla lodg
ing house, good-will and furniture for
sale situate on Berctanla street;
rooms convenient; nlnnj s In demand ;
a profitable investment for people with
The forr going aro chances seldom of
fend lo th Honolulu public.
To Let That very commodious home
stead known i.s ''Fair Viu.v," on the
Hank ol Punchbowl Hill; fully ap
pointed in every respect; healthy air;
magnificent view; convenient locu
tion. This is a raro opportunity for
a private family to secure a beautiful
home on moderate terms.
Tho Old Coracr (Nolto's) tor Salo on rea
son iblo terms. A Hire chance lor in
vestment. A Lodging Establlslimsnt conveniently lo
cated, paying handsomely, to ho had
i.t a bargain.
Full particulars glvcu upon applica
tion nt tho Agency,
No. 30 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Itell TolcDliono aiH. I. O. Itox 415.
For Sale Cheap 1
1 Very Pine Iron Grey Mare,
4 ycnis old, well broken to harness and
tosnilille; a good roadster and peifuctly
siife foi a lady to drive.
Onn Klnjrle Buggy JlnriieH.
One Open Top Iltivcv,
One Top Iluggy.
These buggies ere In orfctt older
and as good as now, aud can be bought
.at a great sacrifice within thu next few
days. Apply to
18 lw 42 Mcichant St., Honolulu.
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
W coliiins. $'.! per unnuin.
IN Till: SIJPRKttE COURT
of the Hawaiian Island;. In the
matter of .T.M. KAPENA, agaliut whom
a petition for ml judication wis (lied on
tho inthdnyof Apill, 1837. in said Court.
In Bankruptcy. He fore Preston, J.
The 21st day of April, 1887.
Upon rending tho said petition, and
upon proof beforo me taken, I do find
that tlio said John JI. Kapena has he
romo a bankrupt within tho true intent
m.il meaning of tho Act approved on tho
29th day of August, 1884, entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings in Ihink
ruptcy in the Hawaiian Islands."
And I do hcroby declnro ami adjudge
him a hanknipl accordingly.
And I do further order that the cretli.
tors of iho said bankrupt come in and
ami ptove their debts beloro hucIi Jus.
tlco of tho Supremo Court as shall bo
sitting in Chambers nt Aliiolani Hale,
Honolulu, on FRIDAY' the 2!)th day of
April, 1887, between thu bonis of ten
o'clock in Iho forenoon and noon of thu
said day, and elect ono or more assignee
or assignees of thu said bnnkiupt ostnte.
And that notice thereof be published
ill IIioDaii.v Hitm.kiin, Hawaiian Ga
setlennA Ktwkoa, newspapers published
in Honolulu, In tho English and Ha
And that thu said bankrupt shall lm
mediately file with tho Olcik of this
Honorahlo Couit a schedule of his cred
itors aud assets, as required bv tho (aid
Act. E. PRESTON,
Juttlno of the Supremo Court.
2d Deputy Clerk. 1(1 7t
S(J(),00( TO LOAN!
rpiIE undersigned liavo Sixty 'Plious.
X and Dollars to loan, in sums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
SMITH, THURSTON & KINNEY',
IWUtf CO Fort Stieet, Honolulu.
VAN'S BOAT BUILDINS
SHOP. Renr of Lucas' Mill.
Hell Tel. 172.
Mulunl Tel. 873.
O. Box 1,07.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campboll Block, Merchant St..
Real Estate Apots, Etc.,
Offer the following:
To Lot. Shop In new brlrk building on
King street, near Nuuaiiu, next to
Chinese Ncb Co.'s offices. Rent very
Rooms lo Renl
lnealllles Furnished in tho Lost
Rooms to Rent. Four very hand oiueh
furnished rooms in large liouso; well
situated on Nuuaiiu Avenue. Rent
$1( a month each.
To Lei. The house and grounds situated
In Nuuanu Avenue, recently occupied
hy A. J. Cartwrlght, Jr., Esq. Rent
To Lot. A G-roonicd Cottage, with Car.
riago House and Outhouse?, Nuuanu
Avenue, near Government reservoir,
above lato Queen Dowager Emma's
place, with iibout 2 ncrcs of laud, 2Jtf
miles from town. Rent $10 per month.
To Lot. A C-roomcd Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Nuuanu
Aenue, opposlto "Valley Home," in
excellent order. Rath and water con
'enUnccs. Rent Sic.
To Lei. a pleasantly tPuatcd residence,
comprising two coltages, outhouses,
etc., on l'auoa road, near Punchbowl
stieet. Kent very low to meet the
Ilouso and Lot lor Sale. Very dcslrablo
residence ou Rcrctania Street. Tho
house contains 4 Dcdrooms, Parlor,
Dining-room, i'antry, Kitchen and
Uallnoom. Mosquito proof. House
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 1C0 feet with privilege of
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Sale or Leaso With immediate pos
session, that valuable estate ktinuu as
the NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
situated in tlio Nuuanu Valley. 1
miles from (he city, and undoubtedly
tho mot eligible site for n milk or
milk and butter dairy in this Kingdom.
Tho above splendid properly may he
had on easy terms.
Situations wanted hy
Aud. other clashes of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Meichant Street. 01
S li,o e i n g" Forg-e,
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
RchIiIciicc: 31 Alakoii fSti-ect,
V. O. SOX -108. 20tf
GHAS. J. FISHELS
MISS CLARKE, who has had many
years eMierlemo in Drcs & Clonk
Making, has OPENED A DRESSMAK
ING ESTABLISHMENT nt 101 Alakca
street, 1 HU
MRS. RODANET, tho well-known
dressmaker, recently returned
from Paris, has hor dross-making rooms
still on Emma strcot, ahovo tho square,
F YOU WANT A SITUATION
. advertise In the Dxiut Buxlktin.
Australian Mail Service
FOR HAS VKAKCI8CO,
Tiio new and flno Al Heel steamship
Of the ( Iceimlc Stcnmihlp CVmipi.n v. will
be due nt Honolulu trom Sjdn'oy
and Auckland oi i r about
May 5th, 1887,
And will leave for the above port with
nulla nml piuscngeis on or uoout that
,.XRr. f,0g!lt " pas-age, having SU.
l'ERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
VYM. Q. IRWIN-& CO., Agenta.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho new and lino Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Stenmshlp Company, will
ho duo at Honolulu from Sail
Francisco on or nbout
May 13th, 1887,
And will havo prompt dhpatch with
malls and passengers for the above porti.
For freight or passage, having 8U.
PERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
At tho lowest figure, of tho finest qual
Warranted gcuulue, mado of tho pure
juice only and guaranted to staud
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not dcteriornto in quality for liny
number of yeais. Large quantities 'ex.
ported every year, by borne ot the larg
est commercial firms of this oily, to el If.
fcrcnl ports of tho United Slates and
tho Gorman Empire.
MANUl'ACTUllIiD AT THE
Pioneer Steam Candy Pactory
3MtalllHlicti in 1SOU.
Practical Confectioner, Pfstry Cook
Hotel, bet. IVuiianu aud Fort lit.
Roth Telephones No. 74. 01
BOOTS &JSH0ES !
Begstoinfonn the public, that he has
just returned from San Francisco, where
ho selected an
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Fine French Kid Shoes,
Men's Fine Boots and Shoes,
Children's Elegant Shoes,
and a line lot of
INFAXTS' UltOXKK Hr,IllClt. '
Ol No. 13 Nuuanu Street. lm
Carriages at all hours, day and night,
Haddlo Horses, Buggies, Wagonettes ael
Villago Carls wltn stylish and gentle
horses to let. , '
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
hand Hacks, Open and Top Buggies,
Carts aud Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephono 32, or apply to
CITY CARRIAGE CO,
Corner of Nuunuu & Ilptel Htreets.
RING UP TELEPHONE 457,
This Cariiagu Company has been rp
cenlly organized, and guarantees to
furnt'h good conveyance, trustworthy
drivers, and will mitko no extortionate
All ca-i will bopiomptly attended to.
A NICK FURNISHED FRONT
room at No. 4 Garden Lnni',J04 lw
COTTAGES TO LET.
THREE NICE COTTAGES, PART
ly furnished, and suitable for
hoiiFikeeping, aro to lit at Wnikikl.
Apply to ALLKN 1IKRUERT, or to this
FOR SALE V
ONE LARGE LOP. cornor Pensacola
and Lunaliln tits., which can be
dlvidca Into two or moro building lots,
Enqulro of Q. WEST,
1054 Of West, Dow & Co.
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