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THURSDAY, MAY 5. 1887.
' May 3
Ilttiu .F I) fiprcclsclc, Fills. 111.? days
fnim .S:in Jt'ranebeo
IlktnoKuirUn, Muyuif. 11'h isiy from
Sa i Kruno wo
Stmt- Mnknllt from Molokul
Stmr Wnlnmiiiilo tvtnn Wnlanao
tStiur Iwalntit forl.ahalna ami Hamakua
ntK a m
VESSELS' LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ilk Lady Luinpon lor San KrancUco
Stmr MoUoIll lor Muloknl
Hclit- Mmui (urllonoimi
Kor San KriinuNcu, per bark I.nily
Lninpgun, Muy .1 Mrs Ueo K Allen.
From Newcastle, X .S W. per bktno
Jlakah, May .loliu McGregor, mid
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mokolll 500 bags of sugar.
The Jiktnc Muknh wlilcli arrived the
-other lav from Newcastle, X 8 W,
brought MO tons of coal on the ship rt
VESSELS IN' PORT.
'Jlktno Morning Star. Turner
21k Colua, Hackers
llkttio Ella, Hunt
Jlktno Amelia, Xewhall
Ilk Lady Lamp-on, Miirston
Jlk Hope, l'enhallow
H S Australia, lloiullelt
Ilk Foret (Juecn, AVliidlti;
Bktno Kureka, Meyers
Ugtne J 1) Spreekels, KrlU
' Am bark Tlmour, Utcwer. sailed
from Boston Dee 17, duo May 1-20
Brit bark Orates), from Liverpool,
tluo May I -20
lint lk Scottish Lassie, W Slnzer,
sailed from Liverpool Jan 10 duo May
Am bktno Ilattlo S Hangs, Ton-ill,
from Hongkong, duo April 10-:t0
Am bktno John Worstcr, from Xnna
imo, B U, duo May 20-110
Am bk bt Lucie, sailed from Xcw
York March 2(1, duo September ii-U0
Am hk C O Whltniore, T Thompson,
from Departure Bay, duo May 20-UO
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A ciiKAi' saddle horse is advertised
Tiik Union Feed Co. has u upccial
' notice in this issue.
'Company A of tho Honolulu Killes
-will drill this evening.
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Mu. John Mngoon is authorized to
collect for tho Union Dairy.
Duiiino tho absence of Major Aah
ford, Captain llebbard will not Major,
Lkwib J. Lovey will sell on Satur
day, at 12 noon, 1" horses, saddles,
!t. t .
The Chinese that came by the
Australia Tuesday, were released
from quarantine to-day.
Tun Oceanic steamship Zenlanilia
will bo due to-morrow from tho Colo
nies en route for San Francisco.
The Hiiho Ball Bulcs for 1881, ns
ndvortised in the N. Y. "Herald", can
.lie seen ut A. M. Howett's.
The steamers Kinau and Likeliko
siro duo lioro Sunday morning; tho
Lchua sunday afternoon and tlio
Kilauea Hon to-day.
The electric light engine which
lias been used in the palace yard of
late will bo returned to the stone
crusher, now that u new cngino has
Cavtai.v McGregor of tho steamer
Mokolii, which arrived last night
from Molokai and Maui, reports very
had weather. Tho schooners Luka
and Hceia nro weather bound ut La
liaina and the steam launch Monta
gue at Olowalu.
Mkh. Molteno received a letter by
tho Australia on Tuesday, stating that
hor daughter, 12 years old yesterday,
was probably on her death bed. Mrs.
Molteno, who is almost frantic from
grief, will leavo for San Francisco by
A FLORAL NOVELTY.
A beautiful bouquet of flowers
wns this morning placed on our
table. Looking so natural our
botanical editor fancied bo inhaled
u delicious perfume, but being un
able to' And words to describe the
said imaginary odor, lie made a
closer inspection of tho floriculture
mid found it to consist of paper
only. Several duplicates of this
charming collection of Aowers can
ho found at Mrs. Lack's s,toro on
Fort street, and the art of manufac
turing samo can bo acquired by tak
ing lessons from the newly arrived
artist', Miss Low.
THE AUSTRALIA MAY LEAVE ON
Messrs. "r. G. Irwin & Co., agents
of tho Oceanic Steamship Company,
have advices to tho effect that the
Zealandia, duo here to-morrow, is
expected to bring up n new propel
ler for tho Australia. Should this
bo tho caso the Australia will lcavo
on Mouday, or one day earlier than
her schedule time, so as to allow an
extra day in San Francisco to go on
tho dry dock and liavo tho propoller
.adjusted. Duo notice, if this change
takes placo, will bo given inimc
diatcly on tho arrival of tho Zealandia.
THE NEW TICKET.
At a meeting of Engine Co. jN'o.
1 held last evening, tho ticket nomi
nated by No. 4 Company the pre
vious evening was proposed and ac
cepted. Mechanic Engine Co. No.
2, andtlio Hook & Ladder Com
pany nlso adopted tlio same ticket
The Koyal Hawaiian Band will
play nt Emma Square this evening,
commencing at 7:110 o'clock. The
following is tho programme:
March Coronation Moycibccr
Ovci lui . Mozm t Suppe
Heinlnlscciices of Bellini Godfrey
Grand National Fantasia Kappey
Ballad Morning Bectho on
Waltz Jubilee 'ooto
Maziuka Ourselves Faust
A SCRIBE'S EXPERIENCE.
A crowd of idlers on tins 1 M. S.
S. wharf, a squad of llerco-looking
guards parading at the side of the
Kitiinlloa and a stack of boxes near
(lie vessel excited the attention of a
scribbler this afternoon. How arc
j'ou Mack? said the scribe, saluting
tlio First Lieutenant, who was gaily
decorated with his navy uniform,
taking in thegin,lsc. Yes. Where's
the captain, continued tlio scribe
Oil he's off on a spree. When 3011
got the coat-of-arms on tlio bow,
fancy gilt scollops about the sides
and the cannons shining like a
niggers heel turned up to the moon,
don't you think you'll scare tho
chickens to death at Samoa? Mack
get out of here. Scribe Say, will
the Eleu tow you to sea next week,
and leave you at the mercy of tlio
waves? Mack If you don't go
away I'll call the guard. Exit
scribe in great terror.!
Country Editor: "Wo give you
a nickel watch and the Weekly
Clarion for one year for $3." Mr.
Smith: "How much for the watch
without the Vlurion'i" Country
Editor: "Tlio retail price of the
watch alone is SI." Mr. Smith:
"Well, I guess I'll take one of the
watches." Country Editor: "Hut
it will cost you 1 moro than if you
include the paper." Mr. Smith:
"Yes, I know. Hut I don't mind
the extra expense."
A GOOD REPARTEE.
Edmond About once, in speaking
of Alboni, wrote that her singing
was "like a nightingalo piping out
of a lump of suet." The adipose
and indignant prima donna sent him
a goose-quill through the agency of
a marquis. About, on receiving the
pen, said, with his most charming
smile; "I regret, sir, that Mine.
Alboni should liavo plucked you for
One of tho shortcstcst speeches
recorded in forensic annals is that of
Taunton, afterward a judge. Charles
Phillips, an Irish orator, had made
a flowery spcecli in an assault case.
Taunton, who was for the defendant,
said in reply: "My friend's eloquent
complaint amounts, in plain English,
to this: that his client has received
a good, sound horsewhipping ; and
my defence is ns short that he
richly deserved it."
AN UNINTERESTING CONVERSATION.
They were seated in the parlor
after dinner mid were talking of
matrimony, when the daughter said
Saj-, pa, why are widows generally
successful? Because my dear child,
replied the old gentleman, rubbing
his hands in his peculiar way, be
cause, thc3' go moro than half way
Why how-do-you-do, Sir? I hear
you were sick at Waikiki, for the
past week lla-ha-ha! don't you be
lieve a word of it. I was a little in
disposed a week ago last Monday,
but was very well the balance of the
week. I pretended to be unwell so
as to avoid seeing tho lady Con
venient to be sick sometimes, eh !
ABANDONMENT OF PORT HAMILTON
Port Hamilton, an island of stra
tegic importance near Corea and
taken possession of liy the British
recently, in case of emergencies
arising, has been returned to the
Coreans. The telegram dated
March 1st, Nagasaki, runs as fol
"Tlio. British flog was hauled
down at Port Hamilton on tho 27th
Tho closing ceremony was pre
sumably performed by the com
niandor of the corvette Constance."
TWO MOKE I'ltlHONI'UH ltlU.EAfilUl 11V
Mil. JUSTICE l'ltl'STO.V.
In tho matter of Ah Mook and
Chock Hue, on habeas corpus, Mr.
Justice Preston rendered the follow
In this ciibo I granted a writ of
habeas corpus for the abovo named
Ah Mook and Chock Huo, on the
allegations in a petition presented
by ono Akai that tho above named
persons wcro detained by the Mar
shal in tho Oaliu prison unlawfully,
under an alleged conviction for
Tho prisoners wero brought be
foro mo and a return was tiled by
tho Marshal averring that the prison
ers were lawfully in his custody by
virtue of a judgment of tho Polico
Court of Honolulu, dated the 18th
of Match last, adjudging the prison
ers together with ono Lit Choy,
guilty of violating section u, chapter
41, of the Session Laws of 188G,
and of the mittimus issued there
under, This return was traversed.
It appears from the records that
the prisoners mid two other persons
were charged before the Polico Court
with "gaming at dice fa at Hono
lulu on the 1-ltli instant, '"and that
after a motion to dismiss the com
plaint was mode by counsel on be
half of the soid prisoners, and ono
of the other porties charged, a nolle
pros, having been entered against
the fourth man, on tho ground that
there was no evidence to support
tlio charge of gaining, and which
motion was overruled; tlio Magis
trate convicted the prisoners of
violating "section o, chapter 41,
Laws of 1880," and sentenced them
to pay a line of $75 and costs.
The prisoners wero arrested in
default of payment of the fine.
I am of opinion that the convic
tion is illegal. The defendants were
not charged under the law of 188G,
which provides a punishment against
persons having in their possession
unlawfully 11113' ticket
used or which can be used at any
This is n separate and distinct Act
from the chapter in the Penal Code
relating to gaming, and which of
fense is therein dellncd.
The prisoners wero not guilty of
tho offense with which they were
charged, and should have been dis
missed. They might then have been re
charged with the proper offense,
to which they could have made their
defense, if any they had.
From the manner in which the
case was decided they were deprived
of their legal right to make a de
fense, and the conviction thus being
void the' must bo discharged, and
it is so ordered.
SUPREME C0URT-AT CHAMBERS.
iir.t'our. riiKSTOX, J.
Wednesday, May 4th.
In re bankruptcy of John M. Ka
peno. Proof of claims", etc. Con
tinued from the 29th ri It. Further
continued for one week, and the
Marshal ordered to notify creditors
as per list filed this date. W. O.
Smith for petitioning creditor, Dr.
Trousseau. No appearance of or
In re Manuel do Souza, on habeas
corpus. Continued from April 20th
for judgment. Oral decision ren
dered, ordering prisoner discharged.
A. C. Smith for prisoner, who was
in charge of the Jailor.
In re Ah Mook and Chock Hue,
on habeas corpus. Continued from
April 20lh for judgment. Written
decision read, ordering .prisoners
discharged. W. R. Castle for
IlKFOim m'cullv, j.
In 10 estate of "Wong Kim, de
ceased. Petition of W. C. Wilder
for Wilder & Co. for letters admin
istration. Ordered that "W. C.
Parke's accounts as temporary ad
ministrator be approved and he dis
charged and his bond cancelled;
and that Wong Kwo is appointed
administrator to act under a bond of
812,000. C. W. Ashford for Wil
der & Co., W. A. Whiting for peti
tion for appointment of Wong Kwo.
Ackerman vs. Congdon. Argu
ment on a demurrer. S. B. Dole
for plaintiff, O. W. Ashford for
THE HAWAIIAN TRADE.
The returns of our exports to the
Hawaiian Islands, as compiled by
Consul-General I). A. McKlnlcy,
show an improvement for the first
three months of this year, as com
pared with the same period in 188G.
The greatest increaso was during
the month of March, tho exports for
last month amounting to SHOO, ell. -10,
as compared with $251,724. Gil
during March, 188G. The total for
the past quarter maintains about the
usual average of exports of 8!1,000,
000 annually. Notwithstanding the
increase in the production of sugar
on the Islands, there is but little
appreciable gain in the exports from
San Francisco. The value of the
shipments during tlio past quarter
amounted to S77G,G80.ii.r,ns against
$708,8!19.17 during the same period
last year. Of last quarter's ex
ports, 851)0,184.20 wero in goods
admitted there by tho terms of the
treaty with the United States, almost
tho whole of tho remainder being
dutiable goods. While pleased to
sec that there is no diminution in
this trade, wo should be moro pleas
ed to seo it increaso in proportion to
the increase in our imports from the
Islands. The value of tho exports
for the first quarter in each year was
as follows :
Month 1S80. 1887.
January 211 ,!I82.'J! L'58,:ilO.GS
February.... 2in,7:i2.L'." 217,(128.77
March Si.M,72.: 300,711.10
Totals. ..,708,8:10.17 977(S,C,SO.r,r,
Confidential clerks and salesmen
in China receive an annual net per
centage of the firm's business beside
their regular salary.
AJAPANESK AND HIS AVIFE.
'Ihcy both understand general
l.o.isowork. Tho man Is willing to miiko
liinst'lf useful; and tho womnii will
wtwh, Iron nnd tulto euro of children.
Apply at thh ofllco. 23 lw
A REMARKABLE GRAVE.
In n central position in the church
yard surrounding tho "Garden
church " in Hanover so called be
cause, in early limes, the worshippers
in this little chapel belonged chiefly
to the clas3 of market gardeners and
cultivated their gai den produce hard
by stands n very rcmaikable giavc.
Even the moat casual visitor to the
churchyard could not fail to notice
it, for its peculiarities strike the eye
and arrest the attention nt once;
and if at his flrat visit he had any
doubts as to its position, he need
only follow the beaten track which
tho feel of his countless predecessors
have worn in the grass. There he
would see a largo oblong block of
sandstone, weather-stained and dark
with ago, droped over the top and
one side with a black cloth, which
almost covers an extinguished and
still smoking torch; the block itself
resting on a foundation, also mado
out of a heavy sandstone, in the
form of two steps. On the cloth is
carved the name of the deceased,
Caroline von Ruling, who was born
in 175G, and died in 1782, after
bearing three sons to heaven. On
the reverse side of the stone are tho
following lines, apparently the work
of tho sorrowing husband:
Parting Is the fate of inortaN;
How bitter to ho left so soon!
The rest of life Is nought but darkness;
JJut death will bo the bleak of dav,
To meet again eternal light.
Hut the most remarkable inscrip
tion stands on tho lower step, and is
to this effect: "This burying-place,
bought for eternity, may never be
opened." As if, however, to demon
strate tiie futility of all human pur
poses when opposed to those of a
higher power, and as a rebuke to
tho presumption of the purchaser,
the grave has been opened, though
by no human hand, and in a most
mysterious manner. Long years
ago tlio seed of a birch found its
way into a cranny between the upper
block and its supporting basis. In
course of time the seed sprouted,
took Arm root and grew, first thrust
ing its tender and apparently harm
less shoots through the crack, but
then gradually growing in size and
strength, till nt last, with slow hut
irresistible power, it forced and rent
asunder in all directions the massive
stones composing the grave, and
now a toll and graceful birch-tree
rears its head abovo the ruptured
tomb, affording abundance of re
flection to the thoughtful observer.
So much can be gathered from the
grave itself; but, naturally enough,
on such a subject tradition lias not
been idle. Ono story runs that
Caroline von Ruling was never mar
ried, and when on tho point of
death, induced her parents to pro
mise that they would bury with her
a chest containing some awful secret
which she wished forever to be
hidden from the sight of men, and
write on hor tomb that on no ac
count should it ever be opened.
Another legend, much more ela
borate, and probably of a later date,
represents the occupant of the tomb
and her three infant sons, all having
been secretly poisoned by a mali
cious enemy. The murderess, who
was an adept in the art of magic as
well as poison, in order to perfect
her diabolical revenge, bound the
mother's soul within her body by
means of dark spells, that it might
remain in the grave and not fly up
to heaven. Rut the spirit of one of
the murdered sons was allowed to
descend in the form of a birch-seed,
which grew into a tree, and forced
open tho tomb. The mother's soul
was freed and rejoined those of her
sons. Chamber's Journal.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued nnd will bo found to
bo nn interesting aud comprehensive
number, containing GO columns of
reading mutter on local topics, and
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To bo had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Ilewctt, Merchant street,
and Um.i.KTiN OAlce.
TN ADDITION TOOUR LARGE
X stock of liny und Urtttu, wu have
just received pr stmr Australia, Feed
Corn Mcnl, Ciiouud Oats, aud Alfalfa
Hay. Union Feed Co. 28 lw
HAVING iccuntly rn gaged a flrst.
il.im CJ Hilar und Moulding Maker,
wu are now fully prepared to manufac
ture, repair and re gild any-kind of work
in our line. Old Minor and Piotiiro
Frames mado over ns good 11s new, und
at prices within the reach of nil. Tho
public nro liniled to cull and Insju'cl
tome of this work, liouicmhcr, any
thinir Hint needs rencwlnc in Gold. Old
Gold, llionze, Conpir or Mela! wo can
do. KING UUOt,, Anr Btoiik. 17
1 ff LBS. Fresh Homc-Modo Chew.
J.Uv lng Slick?, or Fo-callcd Jl-ir.
hers' Polep, und i'-eMi, delicious Vanilla
and Chocolate Creams uhich I gunraii
tee to ho far superior and fold cheaper
lhuu any imported, nt F HORN'S Pion
eer Steam Candy Factory und Dakery
11111I Ico Cream Parlor. UGtf
S PERRY'S No. 1 Family Flour 1b
otlered for ealo hjr GOflSALVKS &
CO., Queen Street.
Pit. Flint's Hiuitr Rkmedv is a
Specific for all forms of Heart 1)!h
caso and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiuoii. Desciiptivo book
with every bottle, Uonson Smith &.
I Co., Asonts. 354
. The Annual Sh ow
Will bu hold this year in the Society's
largo Hall at the Government Nuisery,
on King street, and adjacent grounds,
On Saturday, Hay utk,
Between the hours of 10 a.m. and 6 p.m.
Exhibits nro Invited In the various
divisions nnmed In tho schedule glvm
Division I Horticulture.
will be given ns follows:
'or tho best variety of Fruits.
:or the best special Fruits.
or tho best growing Ferns,,
or tlio best fcuO Hoses.
'or tho best (cut; Shrubs and
'or the best growing Pahu.
'or tho best Orchid",
'or tho best JJouquet.
or tho best Floral Designs,
'or tho best Vegetables.
Division II Dairy Produce.
1. For the best Firkin of Hotter, 10 lb.
2. For the second best ditto ditto
3. For tho best pound of ISuttcr, the
exhibitors being housekeepers
making their own Uutter.
I. For tho second bct ditto ditto
D. For the best Chee.se.
Division III Agriculture.
1. For the best Rice.
2. For tho best Cereal (other than
:i. For the best Fodder Plants.
I. For the best Sugar Cane.
f. For tho boxt Sugar.
. For the he.t Hawaiian Honey.
Division IV Do estic Manufactures.
1. For tho bet variety of Mats.
2. For the heit exhibits of Men's
3. For tho best exhibits of Women's
I. For tho best Kapa.
5. For tho best exhibits of Calabashes
mado from Hawaiian woods.
. For tho best bowls of Wood or
7. For tho best exhibits of nntlve-
mudo Ornaments of any des
cription. 8. For the best exhibit of Artificial
Flowers nnd Wreaths.
0. For the best home-made Snddlc.
10. For the best homo-made Hnruess.
Division V Poultry and Birds.
Prizes will be given for exhibits of a
high class character In all classes of
Domestic Fowls and Cago Birds.
C3T Special Notice. Prizes will also
bo given for meritorious exhibits In any
of tho abovo Divisions, although not
falling with tho published classlllentlon,
alo for the best exhibits of Jams,
Jellies, Pickles, and other Preserves,
mado In the Kingdom.
Tho necessary accommodation for ex
hibits will ho provided by the Society.
Notice in writings of intention to ex
hibit Is requested. Blanks for the
purpose can bo had nt the ofllco of A.
Jaeger, Esqr., Kauhumnmi street or from
Exhibits must bo In placo before the
opening of tho Show or they will not bo
entitled to compete for prizes.
Admission CO cents, children half
price. Members of tho Society will bo
admitted free 011 presenting their re
ceipts for subscription for tho current
Any person can become a member of
tho Society by paying tho annual sub
set Iptlon of 85.00.
Subscriptions nro payable to A. Jaeger
Esqr., Acting Treasuier.
By order of the Board of Manage
ment. J. S. WEBB,
The Daily Bulletin
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
Can lui had from
J. II. Soi'im, : : : Mti chant Street,
A. M. Hkwktt, 1 : ' "
J. W. Hisolkv, : : : : Hotel Street
Hkniiv Wir.MAMH, : Hawalinn Hotel
Hitvlug secured tho services of
Mr. Henry Saylor
He will In future attend to tho wants of
my patrons In the Billiard Room.
o. j. McCarthy.
. MONEY TO LOAN!
THE underslgutd have Sixty Thous.
nnd Dollars to loun, in sums of not
less than ono thousand dollars upon
' satisfactory cecurily.
SMITH, T1IUHSTON & KINNEY,
lofUtr CO Fort Street, Honolulu.
J3y the Steamer Australia, due next week, I will receive a
large assortment of
Dry & Fancy (Ms, Wen's Clothing
A Fine assortment of Philadelphia
Shoes for Ladies, Misses & Children
An Immense line of
3Emlvoiclerie and. Laces,
Also, a full assortment of
Dress Goods & White Goods
la nil tho New Summer Shades.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
102t (Opposite W. Q. Irwin & Co's.)
From tho Tcmplo of Fashion nt greatly reduced rate, wo now offer them to our
numerous patrons nt prices which do y competition.
Theso goods nro llrst clins In every icspccl ami consist of nil grades nnd qunl
ClolliiDi, Snltable for liie Bid aid Poor aid.
In oOenlng them to our customers we would most rcspeetfullv drnw their at
tention to the fact that wo are giving ihcm th3 Iiouetlt of our ehea'p bargain and
invito the public lu general to give us a cull and examine Ihcso goods belore pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usual lino of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
Is too well known to need ctpecial comment. C.)
IMPOItrim AKl) DKALl'.K IN
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Streets, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
Tlio Undersigned, V. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs tlio public that from this day on he is fully prepared
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees in all cases tlio fullest satisfaction, ns given in former
years, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating ,
back as far ns tho year
In Honolulu, having catered on nil state occasons, ns also for select par
ties given by their Into Majesties Kajnchauicha IV, Kanicliainelm V, nnd
Lunalilo, and having the honor of supplying the present royal household
witli tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this lino of business.
rmrtlenl Confectioner, Pantry Cook Mul Oruanirntrr ii; Honolulu.
Factory, Store and Ico Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Street,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
Both Telephones No 74. (95 !)m) Honolulu, H. I,
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBOttGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOST'S COLOGNE
FARINA GEltMAN COLOGNE, &c.
JToi fSnle nt, Reasonable !Ei'i6es.
Egan & GVs
the entire Stock of
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