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Flidged to neither Sect nor Party.
Bat established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY. APRIL 2!). 1887.
IMPUTING BAD MOTIVES.
To impute bad motives to persons
whose opinions may not accord with
our own, or whose politics may be
of a different complexion from those
wo espouse, is a common practice
among men of narrow minds and
stunted gentlemanly instincts, and
one which men of liberal views,
mature experience, and honorable
sentiments will be careful to avoid,
where clear proof is wanting. The
faction which, owing to the influence
of the sovereign and not the backing
of the country's brains and respect
ability, has controlled the Govern
ment of this Kingdom for several
years past, lins indulged in this
practice to an inordinate extent,
even to the disgust and alienation of
some of its strongest adherents.
At one period, everybody who, in
the exercise of his own unquestion
able right, thought tor himself, and
had tho hardihood and audacity to
speak his thoughts adversely to tho
Government, was at once branded
as a -"sorehead," who was crying
out because he was hurt by being
debarred from the honors and emo
luments of olllcc. Those who hit
upon the expedient chuckled over
their own smartness, and their
vituperative disciples shouted in
the train of their leaders. Such a
dust did this noisy rabble kick up,
that they became so enveloped by
the empty sound of their own crea
tion as to bo unablo to sco beyond
their own contracted circle, while the
little intelligence which the country
possessed looked on from afar, with
a mixture of contempt and pity.
That opposition has been offered
to the ruling faction by "soreheads,"
by persous desirous of power for
their own selfish ends, may be a
fact ; but that the entire opposition,
or even any considerable part of it,
has come from the same class of
persons, is a falsehood. Intelli
gent, honest, and earnest men have
opposed tho principles and policy
of the aforesaid faction, hecnuso
they believe them to bo wrong and
hurtful. To some of theso men, at
least, the honor of exalted place and
the emoluments of ofllco have more
than once been offered and declined.
Their ambition takes a higher flight,
thoy soar upon tho wings of a loftier
aspiration, and cannot be roused to
action by tho prospect of a triumph
so contemptible as tho acquisition
of place or power. Tho establish
ment of tho country upon u firm and
prosperous basis is nil they desire.
They may, possibly, have wrong
notions, but they are not candidates
for government positions, and
neither ask nor desire anything but
BEND, BREAK, OR CONQUER.
We believe, conscioiitiously be
lieve, and so do most people In this
community who aro capable of in
dependent thought, that the Govern-nn-nt
of this country is a great deal
worse than it ought to be, and not
half so good as it might be. We
even believe that the Government,
as constituted and administered, has
been and is a bar and an obstruc
tion to the country's prosperity and
advancement. Some of its legal
enactments are detrimental to the
public good. It collects taxes and
prostitutes them to sclllslf and per
sonal objects, to the neglect of the
general wclfnre. These things make
capitalists averse to the investment
of capital in promising enterprises.
In these various ways the Govern
ment operates as a check to the pro
gress that would be assured under
an honest, conscientious, sagacious,
Although our faitli in the Gov
ernment is less than a grain .of
mustard seed, we llrmly believe in
the country. It is full of latent
wealth, suillcient to support a popu
lation many, many times greater
than it now contains. Hawaii has
many years before her whether as
nn independent country or an out
post of some ureat nation, will de
pend mainly on herself. In time
the land will be covered with people
in all directions, with their home
steads scattered in every available
spot, supported by novel products,
and everywhere showing the evi
dences of successful industry. Then
the wealth and grandeur of the coun
try will be exhibited, not in the
wasteful expenditure of the people's
money upon vain, tasteless, and un
productive display, but in the pro
fitable enterprise of a prosperous
and contented people, attracted to
her shores in thousands by the faci
lity of becoming partners in the
easily attainable means of wealth.
A government alive to the situa
tion, and competent for tho task of
elevating tho country to the position
which it might and ultimately will
attain, would drop all military,
naval, and foreign humbug, let
Samoa manage her own business, and
at once set to work to so modify the
laws of the realm that the poor man
shall be able, if willing, to turn the
waste lands into a reproductive
source of general advantage to the
whole community, and by his own
industry and strength, in lieu of
capital, make a home that will tie
him permanently to the soil as a
citizen, with a stake of value in the
welfare of the country. Such a
government woulel expend the pub
lic revenue mainly upon roads,
bridges, and wharves, making all
matters of a personal or semi-personal
character secondary to the
Now, it is quite clear the Govern
ment with which the people are at
present uuluckily saddled does not
in any particular correspond witli
this description ; and those who de
sire a government something of the
sort indicated should pcrsiscntly nsc
their best endeavors to secure it.
Most observing and thinking people
sec the main question, although
possibly differing in some of the
minor details, in about tho same
light as ourselves. "Well, there are
three modes of action open to us
to bend, to break, or to conquer.
The first we most positively decline ;
the second lm not yet occurred, and
is not likely to ; tho third is in the
hands of the future, and will, sooner
or later, become a realization.
Neither misfortune, accident, nor
injustice, are any plea for inaction
or despair. The path may bo thorny
and tho occupation distasteful, but
if the object to be attained is worthy
of time and endeavors, then we may
fearlessly pursue our course, con
scious that if the employment is
without profit the result is without
dishonor. Ignorance and fraud may
have dominion over the country's
fortunes for a season, but tho people
will some day awake from their
lethargy, cast away tho bonds that
now restrain their progress, and
make Hawaii what the splendor and
magnitude of her resource have
clearly marked out for the future of
A VERY FAIR CHAN UK IS OF
. fored lo a holier mid Industrious
man lo become a partner (In half) of a
newly established business in Honolulu.
Small amount of capital required and
tho piospects for a good imd paying
business llret into. For particulars in.
quire of J. MAGOON, Real Estate
Agent, Merchant street. 1(1 Iw
LAST WEEK IN THIS CITY, A SAV
lugs Hank Hook of Bishop X, Co.,
belonging to George Huddy. i bu Under
will please return same to this olllcc.
J, By older of W. MAKIITEN3, nvdgnoo
i of I ho bankrupt estate of O. T. Aknun, 1
win sen at runiio Auction m from or
my saleaioonu, corner of Fort ami Queen
ON SATURDAY, APRIL
At Vi o'clock noon,
10 Choice Saddle Horses!
Ucloiiglng to said Kstuto.
One Black Mare!
Iilnnd bred, fnr harness and saddle'
vny gentle and kind, has be"ii moil In
liarne-s lor some timu by n lady.
LEWI 3 J,
21 :u '
At '0 o'clock a. in.
I will sell nt Public Auction at llio resi.
denci! of K.1I. WOODWOUni. Nuuaiiu
Valley, on account of depujuno, llio
xvhulu of lila Household Furntluic, o n
Hcilrooui Sets, Mattresses Mos- .
'ilh Nets, Hook Case. Superior II
W Dining Room Furniture, Limps,
Crockery and Glassware, Hull Tub,
etc., etc., also
RANGE & KITCHEN UTENSILS.
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Will lecture on
At the rciidencc of MRS. J. G. DICK
SOX, -10 Hcretiuiii Street,
FRIDAY EVENING, APEIL 29th,
At 7:45 o'clock.
JAPANESE AND HIS WIFE.
'J hev liolh understand irenerul
housework. The man is billing to make
l.lni-elf useful; anil thu woman will
wn-li, iron and lake care of children.
Apply at this olllcc. 2-Jlw
Having seemed the services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will in future attend to tho wants of
my p.itions In the Billiard Room.
o. j. McCarthy.
MONEY TO LOAN!
HP1IE undeisigmd have Sixty Tlious--L
an I Dollai.4 lo lo in, in sums of not
less than one thousand dollius upon
S.VMTIl.'TIIUHs'roX & KIVNEY,
IlidUf fill Fun Street, Honolulu.
RYAN'U BOAT BUILDING
KHOP. Rear of Liicu-.' Mill.
ONE GOOD SOUND
family Mare; perfectly
Baft) to drive by ladles
or children. Apply to
At No. 10 Queen St.
.Tust leceived ex "Alameda,"
J'attci'iin OI18S7; ulxo
Border and Ceiling Decoration
in Kreut variety nt reduced prices.
WILDER & CO.
ALL PARTIES HAVING CLAIMS
of any kind against thu under
signed, both secured and im seemed, nio
requested to prcicnt thu same lo Mit.
On as T. Oiimuk, at his olllcc, No. 8
Merchant Street, Honolu'u.by or before
TUESDAY, May Urd, 1887.
Honolulu, April i!S, 1887. 2i -it
Having recuicd thu Service! of
Geo. 0. Stratemeyer
wo nro prepared to execute all
House ov Sig-u
HONOLULU PLANINO MILLS.
Hy otcer of Mr. S. S AVI DOE, wo will
sell nt Public Auction, at his icsldence, i
ON TUKMDAY, M AY .'!, 1887
At 10 o'clock n. in,, the Household
Furniture, consisting ( f
Hair Cloth Parlor Sot,
Mn-blo Top Centir Table, 1 Two.
Light Chandelier, Center Rug, Sofa
Riig, Black Walnut Whatnot,
u e r n, o o 3i sets:
Spring Miittrcw", Mack Walnut
Extension Table, Crockery
Rockers, Bureaus, Etc.
E. T. ADAMS & CO.,
21 M Auctioneers
rpiIE UNDESIGNED. HAVING
L been appointed Assignee of ihc
O. T. A.lv.A.A.
of Honolulu, a bankrupt, nil persons In.
debted to said etato nro hereby nntilled
to make Immediate payment, lo the un
dersigned. W. MAERTENS,
Honolulu, April, 1SS7. L'Olw
Fourth Annual Meeting
Haw'n Jockey Club
To ho held at Kaplolunl Park,
June IQth and 1 1th
Official Programme of Racco
First Day, June lOtli, JS87.
Riirca to commence at 'l noon.
1st. Honolulu Plato, $
Running Race; 4 tulle dash: for
Hawaiian bred horses; weight for
2nd. Tho King's Plate, $
Trotting Race; for Hawaiian bred
hoises only; mile heats; best tuo in
line j ; to hanus).
3rd. Walkapu Challenge- Cup, $ added
Running Ha :e; ?j mile iliish; open
lo all; uimi"r to neat the lecnni of
"May D " 1 -:i0.
4th. Novelty Race,
1 mile dash; 1st quiiili r
Vi mile $
'f mile !
1 mile $
Open to all Hawaiian bred horfes.
5th. Oceanic Purso,
Trotting Hsico; nillo heiit.; best ;i in
6; to hurness; open lo all.
6th. Hawaiian Plato,
Running Race; mllcdath; open to
Second Day, Juno II
Rices to I'oinmcnce at lOtfO a m. sharp.
1st. Tic Queen's Plato,
Running Race; y, mile dash; open
2nd. ICamoliamolia Plate, S
Running Race; iiillu dash; open
3rd. Kalakaua Purse, $
'I rutting Race; ihilo.huats; best 2 iu
II; to harness; open to all.
4ih His Majesty's Cup,
Running Race; tor H.twalian bnd
horsis; owned ly memlers of tho
Jockey Club; 1 mile dash. Cup to
bu run for annually. EuiMiiee $'0.
5th. Breeder's Plato, $
Huniiini; Race; mile dash; for all
'! year olds.
6th. Reciprocity Plato, $
Running Rice; mileda'-h; open
7th. lloslta Challcngo Cup, $
Running Raco; mile dash; winner
to beat' tho leenrd f "Anglo A."
1 :W, made Juno Vi, 1830. Cup to
be run for anntmlly, and to bu held
hy the wluuei i.nlll his time is bin
ten at a meeting of ihu Jockey Club.
Open to all.
pth. Jockoy Club Post Match,
Sweupsteaks Tioltlng or Pacing
Raco; best 1! in ti; frcn for all hoises
who havu not u iceoid of !l mill'', or
better. To bo driven by members
ot the Jockoy Club. Entrance $10.
9th. Pony Raco, $
Running Rice; 1 mile diifch; opjn
to only lliwailun bred horses, not
over 14 binds, and not undir !! yis.
old; catch WflphU.
All entries to closs nt 12 o'clock noon,
on June 1st 187. at the olllcu of the
hecietary, and all eutmiicu fees to be
10 per cent, unlei'4 otherwise specified.
All laces to he. urn or tiotted under the
rules ol the llawiilian Jockey Club.
Admission "0 cents each
To Grand Stand, xmi.. .50 rents and $1
Cm Wages inside ol Course... $2 so eanh
Quaitcr Stretch Jlulgos tJo.CO each
C. 0. BERQEB, Secretary.
For uso of Stuns, Track, etc., apply lo
CAI'T. JNO. II. UROWN.
Tli s programme Is subject to revision
by the Executive Committee. Purees
will be announced nt an early date,
TF YOU WANT A SERVANT,
-L udvci tlso iu thu Daily JIulli.tlv,
General Business Agency.
Skilled and Unskilled Labor Furnished.
Then1 nro now registcicl nt Hie Agrn
ry, Book-keepers, Engineers, l'hiit itlon
I.uiiiH, Carpenter, Hostlert, Cooks,
Roys, etc.. who are seeking t mplovineiit,
ami many of whom can furnish Ibo bt
of luletenccs if requittd.
Hy firsMats Stewart! (Colored) who
has had loifg i'..urleiico and guaran
tees satisfaction to an ( mploycr.
By a JirsMass Cool (coloivd) lie-
ipiaiuteU Willi an llio requirements f l
u well sunpllid table; mairied; the
w Ife w ould like to engeo as u general
Hy a white luty, as u liouekeepcr or
nurse; has bud manyyears experience
In licit It capti(.l Ics.
Valuable Real Estate In desirable
lots for sale or lease Convenient Col.
tages to let on favorable terms.
Yet another Cottage to Let or Lease lor a
Term ol Years.
On Llllhn street, a short distance above
King; line locution on a gunile (dope,
having the full advantage of the valley
breezes; coy, convenient, well appoint,
cd, largo yard. An opportunity not ol.
Sllllllicy comol Just ono moro Cotlago to
Let or Lcaso for a Term.
A two-sloiy Cottage, situated makiil
of Puiiahoii, tuo and one-half miles
from tho Po"t Olllcu; supplied with nil
tho coincidences of a Inxiiilous home.
Servant's quirters; stables and rarilugo
house. Ailolnu well on thu premUts.
All In perfect order.
For Salo. A rare cluineo for a Ranch.
lil.in of small capital is now ollered
fur (114)1. All tho appurtenances of a
thrifty, piolllnhlo ranch, hoisc,
cattle, mules, hogs, sheip, tools, etc.,
etc., necesMiry for liuniidliilu work,
are on tho premises. Schidulo mid
full pnrtlculnis given on application
to the Agency.
For Sale. Lime, good will and furniture
of a llistclim lodging house. Roiill
tlful locution, largo )iud moro thnn
an acre in extent line shade trees,
huge nirv moms, high ceilings; xxilli.
in live minutes' walk ul the Post Of
lice Tim promisor arc now glvlrg
piolitable lettirns, and would not be
ollered lor sale were not the proprie
tor cunpelled to leave thu Kingdom
on account cf ill health.
For Salo. Still another llrst.class lodg.
lug hoi's.-, gocd-will and furniture for
side siltmiu on Jleretanla street;
rooms conviiileiit; ahwijs In demand;
a prnlltnhlu Investment for people with
The fori going arc chances seldom of
fond to ibi Honolulu public.
To Let That veiy commodious home
stead known ns "Ealr Viuv," on the
Hunk ot Punchbowl Hill; fully ar-
pnlnud In eviry respect; healibyalr;
magultleent xlew; convenient loca
tion. Tills is a rare opportunity Tor
a private lamily to stciire u beautiful
home on moderate terms.
Tho Old Corner (Nolto's) (or Salo on re a
son i lilo terms. A line chance lor In
A Lodging Establishment ronveiiiently lo
cated, paying luuultoiiicly, lo be'bad
et a bargain.
Full particulars given upon npplica
tion at the Agency,
No. 38 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
Hell Telciilioiic .MM. I. O. Itox-llK.
For .Sale Cheap 1
1 Very Pino Iron Grey Mare,
1 yearn old. well broken to harness and
to Middle; a good roadster and peifeotly
siif for a l.uly to drive.
One NiliiflH UiiKKJ' JlnriiCMM.
One. Open Ton lSUKCV.
Ono Top J'l'Blty-
Thi'bo bujrgies ore In porfect older
ami as go'id'iiH new, and can bu bought
at a givut Micriiluu within the next lew
daj f. Apply lo
IS lw i'i Meichant St., Honolulu.
TK TIIK MIIPftlHIK COUltT
JL of the Haxvaiian 1-damR Iu the
matter of J.M. KAPENA, agiilnft whom
a petition for adjudication wus tiled on
ihu inih day of April, 18s7. in said Couit.
In Bankruptcy. Rufnro Preston, J.
The 21st day of April, 1887.
Upon reading tho said petition, and
upon proof before ma taken, 1 do llnd
that thu (-aid John M. Kupciia bus he
come a bankrupt within tho true intent
ai.d meaning of the Act approved on tho
2lli day of August, 1881, entitled "An
Act to regulate proceedings in Ilnnk
ruptey in the Hawaiian Islands."
And I do hereby declare and adjudge
him a ImnkMipt accoidingly.
And I do further older that Ihc crcdl.
toi'j of the h ild bankrupt come iu nnd
and piovo their debts beloro such Jus.
tlcoof the Supioino Court as shull be
sluing In Chambers at Aliiolnni Hale,
Honolulu, on FRIDAY Hie Slltb day of
April, 1887, letween the liouis of ten
o'clock in the forenoon and noon of the
faid day, and elect one or more nsguco
m assignees of the said bankrupt estate.
And ihal iiolii'o thereof bo published
ill tho I).ur.v llUM.iniK, Hawaiian 6V
zelle and Kuokoa, newspapeis published
in Honolulu, In tho English ami Ha
And 1 hill Ihu said bankrupt shall im.
mediately file with tho Clerk of this
Honorable Couit a tchcilulu of his cred
itors and assets, us required bv thu (aid
Act. E IMIESTCX,
Junlni' of the Biipicinu Court.
Attest: .1 II. Rust,
I'd Deputy Oleik. 10 lilt
PROPER APPLICATION HAVING
this day bceumadu before Preston,
.)., it Is oidered hy the Court that tho
heaibig above set forth bn postponed
until WEDNESDAY NEXT, May 4th,
iu Chambers, at 10 o'clock a, in,
IJy Ihu Couit.
Honolulu, April 23,1837. 22 Gt
D AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
-10 colums, $2 per unuum,
Bell Tel. 112.
Mutual Tol. B7S
P. O. H-x 107.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, merchant St-,
ate Agents, Etc.,
Oiler the following:
To Lot. Shop In new brick building on
King street, near Kuunnu, next lo
ChliiC'o NewaCo.'solllces. Rent very
Rooms lo Ronl FnrnMiid in the test
Rooms to Rcnl. Four very bnndomcly
ftiinUhc.il rooms in large houtu; well
situated on Nuuiiiiu Avenue. Rent
$Rj a mouth ench.
To Let. Tlio house and grounds slluntnl
in miuanu Avenue, lecentiy occupied
by A. J. Cnriwrlglil, Jr., Esq. Rent
To Let. A fi.rooined Cottage, xvllli Car.
li'igo House and Outhouse-, Nuiuinil
Arunui, near Government reservoir,
nbovo lite (Jiiocn Dowager Emma's
place, with about -' acres of laud 'l.i
mllc4 from town. Rent ,$10 per month.
To Let. A doomed Cottage, with kitchen
attached; upper end of Xuuanu
Avenue, opposite " Valley llomu," In
excellent older. Path and water con
xeni nccs. Rent Slf.
To Let. tv pleasantly t ualod resldrnee,
comprising txvo cottager, ouib iiihm.
etc., on Puiiou i-iiail, uuur Punchbowl
sheet. Rout very low to meet the
Houso and Lot lor Sale. Very de-slraMe
tc-ddciicc on Reretnlila Street. The
b tU'C contains 4 llrelrooms, Parlor,
hilling-room, Pantry, Kitchen and
Ila h'uom. Moqulto pioof. Hciise
new and well built.
Lot 100 by 150 feet with prlvllcgo rf
buying next lot. Will be sold cheap.
For Salo or Lcaso -With Immediate pos
session, that valuable estate known as
the NUUANU VALLEY RANCH,
sltiiatid in llio Xuuanu Valley. 2
miles from the city, and undoubtedly
the mon eligible silo for a milk or
milk ni d butter dairy In this Kingdom.
'Hid above splendid projeiiy maybe
hud on easy terms.
Slluitions xvnnlcd by
And other clns-es of help.
Custom House Brokers,
Books kept & written up,
28 Merchant blreoi.
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattlo Treated for
ItcHiileiicc: ,'tl Alnkoa Street,
J. . ox .tts. ifltf
GHAS. J. FISHEL'S
XVII Ai APM'AIt
MISS CLARKE, who has hud many
yeais exm-riiiK n iu I)ri's & Clo.ik
Muklntj, has OPENED A DREiS.MAIC.
1NQ ESTABLISHMENT at 101 Alaleca
MRS. RODANET, the xvclldtnown
(tiofkiiinker, le-centlv reliirncd
from Purls, Inn her dross-makine; rooms
still on Emma sued, nbovo tho square.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X advertise In the Daily Bulixiin.
Australia! Mail Service
VMl HAS 1'XtAXC'IKCO.
The now hnd Hie Al Heel Menu ship
Of the Oceanic Steiimi hip Cnmpmiy. will
he due at Honolulu from Sjdi.ey
mid Auckli.nd o'i r nlotit
May 5th, 1887,
And xvlll It live for lh above port xvitb
mulls and pnsuugcis on cr about that
torfielghl or pas-ape, havine; SU
WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
For Sydney and Auckland,
Tho nexv and line Al steel steamship
Of the Oceanic Htciinuhlp Comp iny.xvill
bo due nt Honolulu from Sail
Vrnucbco on or about
May 13th, 1887,
And will hax'o prompt dbpntdi with
inidl s mid piUMJiigeis for Hie above port'.
For freight or piissagj, having tsU.
I'ERIOR ACCOMMODATIONS, apply
37 WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Aprente.
Org Tlioiisiiiid Foimils
At the lowest llgiire, of llio finest qua'
GUAVA ' JELLY I
Warranted genuine, nuidu of the ptiro
juice only ami gunranled to tlnnd
EXPORT TO ANY CLIMATE
Will not ('eterlnrato in quality for any
number of years. Large quantities ex.
ported exciy year, by some ol the larg
est commeicl il llrms of this oily, to dll
fercnt parts of the United S atcs nnd
the German Empire.
MANtn'ACTClU:i at Tin:
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory
13HtnlllHlicMl In 18U:i.
Practical Conf(ctloner, IVstry Cook
Hotel, bet. Xuiinuu nnd Fort H(.
Roth Telephones No. 74., Ot
BOOTS &SH0ES !
Begs to inl'oim the public, that he liao
ju-t returned trom S.m Eranclsoo, xvhero
he selected nn
Elegant Stock of Boots & Shoes
Ladies' Fine French Kid Shone,
Men's Fine Hoots ami Shoe 8,
Children's Elegant Shoes,
and a line lot of
IXVAXTN' IlKOXKi: NI.IllKItH.
tti So. l.'t Xuuiiiiu Htreet. lm
Carriages tit all bonis, day nnd night.
Saddle Horror, Ruggies, Wagonettes nnd
Village Carts wltu stylish and gentle
horses to lei.
A few Horses, guaranteed. Second
band Hacks, Open nnd Top Buggies,
Carts mid Harness.
PRICES TO SUIT THE TIMES.
Ring up Telephone 32, or apply v
MILKS & I1AVLKY.
CITY CARRIAGE CO.
Corner or Xuuanu A. Hotel MtreetH.
HING UP TELEPHONE 457.
This Can Inge Company has been re
cently organized, und guarantees to
furni-h good conveyances, truslwtilhy
drivcis, mid xvlll make no oMoitlonuto
AllcalN xxlll bo promptly attended to.
NICE FURNISHED FRONT
room nt No. 4 Garden Lane. 104
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpilREE NICE COTTAUES, PART
X ly furnished, and suitable for
housekeeping, aro to let nt Waikikl.
Apply to ALLEN HERBERT, or to this
FOR SALE !
ONE LARGE LOT. corner TenFacola
nnd Lunalllo tls , which can bo
divided Into two or moro building lots.
Enquire of G. WEST,
1C51 Of West, Doxv & Co.
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