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SATURDAY", JUNE 18, 1887.
Bgtne Consuolo, Cousins, 16 (lays from
Stmr t) II Bishop from Koolau
Stmr J A Cunimlns from Koolau
Stmr Mokoltl fioni Molokal
Bchr Wnlolifiom Kuitu
Bchr Wallolo f i oin Kuiiu
Schr Hccla from Koolnn
Schr Molwnhlnc from llatnakua
Dktuo Skagat for Port Tow mend
Bktno Discovery for Poi t Townsend
Stmr Lchun for Hakalau and Onomea
at 4 p in
BhlpTlmour for Manila P I
ilk Atulanta for Poit Townsend
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
W G Irwin for Sun Francisco
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr J A Cummin for Koolau
Stinr Ivy Holmes for Wnlnuno
Schr Wnicliu for Walalua
Stmr Klnau for HIlo and Way-Fort
and Volcauo at 1pm
The baik O B Kinney will not get
away befoio Tuesday next.
ftTho steamers Llkcllko and Mokolll
will sail on Tuesday.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
"AitB you with us" is tho latest.
Thkkk will bo music at tho skating
Bishop & Co.'b Bunk will not bo
opened on Monday.
Spkeckels & Co.'b Band wjll bo
closed on Monday.
New discovery in tho preparation
of Taro Flour. See ad.
Mkssks. W. 0. Irwin & Co. aro
offering sample IoIh of grass seeds.
w !: i
A I'UitSE, containing monpy and
valuable papers, has been lost.
The ship Timour sailed to-day for
Manila, P. I., taking 7,000 cases of
The Jubilco Committee aro trying
to arrange for cheap busses to Kapio
Iani Park on Monday.
tho The finder of a black maio will
pleaso return same to Mr. W. H.
Schmidt,.and receive reward.
r -I t
Harrison, pleaded guilty to keep
ing a disorderly house in Honolulu,
and was fined $75 and $3 costs.
The barkentine Skagat sailed last
evening for Port Townsend, and the
bark Atalanto, followed suit this
The run-away horso aid break,
ronortod as Mr. Harrison's, two or
ago, did not belong to
They say thai the Benedicts aro
discouraged by their defeat at tho
last baseball match, and have declined
to play again this season.
Tub barkentine Discovery set her
Bails for Port Townsend this morning.
Captain Armstrong, wifo and baby,
fil. Ilosenthal aim J. .oppeiniann
were passengers by her.
Monday, tho 20th, will bo a public
holiday, and all tho Government
offices will bo closed in honor of
Queen Victoria's Jubilee. Tho Su
premo Court will also bo closed,
The Portuguese aro gradually
forcing their way into tho fishing
business, and as a sign of their pro
gress, hundreds of fish, cuied by
them, can bo seen at the fish market.
Companies A. and B. of tho Hono
lulu Riiles aro ordered to bo at tho
f,,rnioiy, to-morrow morning, at 10
' 'o'clock, in fatigue uniform, with
waist bolts, to attend tho Jubileo
service at St. Andrew's Cathedral.
Dr. McQiow, it may bo remem
bered, advcitjscd, not long ago, for
tho return of Hags borrowed of him.
To tho Doctor's surpriso, ho found
tho wanted colors on "ft Batter nt his
liouso this morning, noatly done up
in" a packago.
Hib Lordship tlio Uisliop of Olba,
accompanied by tlio Row Father
Clement, will leavo on Monday, by
tho Kinau, for n pastoral visit to Ko
liala, Haniakun, and Hilo, and will
Ijo absent from Honolulu for three or
On Thursday last Mans. Jules
Tavornior, tlio nrtisf., was hoinored
by iv call from Major 3, H. Wodo
liouso, H. 13-. M.'s Commissioner nnd
Conatil Genoral, on tlio subject of liis
painting a portmit of Queen Victoria
on tlio occasion of Her Majesty
Messhb. Lowis t Co,, grocers, Fort
street, have- boon for several weeks
furnishing customers with water
melons of uncommon sio and super
ior liisciousiiess. They ai o grown in
tito Ewa district from imported Becd.
Bottcr flavoicd niclona pan scarcely
ho found on earth.
Tun brigantino Consuolo, Cousins
master, which arrived yesterday
iiftornoon, 10 days from San Fran
cisco, brought 2(0 hogB for Jlr. Sol.
fEphnam and a lino carnage norso
.j whole jiasflago,
Tilt: wooden buildingo lately occu
pied by Mr. W. E Fubler will bo bold
on Tuesday, by Messrs. . J?. Adams
A ladies' riding cloak with velvet
fringe, 1ms been lost. Under will
pleaso leave same at this ofhec, and
Hilo people will bo
Ifimw Hint tlio warship
shoitly visit Hilo again, to lemain
A btao party of bachelors, nuin
bciing 32, met at dinnei, this even
ing, at tho Hawaiian Hotel, to cele
brate Queen's Victoria's Jubilee.
The niailnea of the Wlirship Adams
liavo received from the Minister of
Foreign Affairs, through their Con
sul, Mr. rutnam, permission to hold
target, practice and other sports. Tho
II. It. A. have offered tho use of their
lango to the marines.
In tho case of J. T. Waterhouso
versus tho Custom House, for dam
ages for tho retention of lircarms,
etc., tried in tho Tolico Court, judg
ment has been givon for defendant.
An appeal to tho Supremo Com t has
The brigantino W. 0. Irwin, Mc
Culloch master, will sail at 10 o'clock
In-mnrrnw ninrnine for San Frail-
cisco, taking tho following passengers.
J. Lyons, F. B. Oat, Mrs. Captain J.
M. Oat, Mrs. Robt. More and 3 chil
dren, Mis. Woodward, R. II. Graham,
M. S. Abrams and Mrs. A. Lylo.
MrnsitB. E. O. Hall & Son have
challenged tho Pacific Haidwarc Co.
to a target shooting contest, to take
placo at the first opportunity, after
tho Fourth of July. Tho conditions
aro: four marksmen from each
liouso, shooting at 200 yards, with
ten lounds for each man. The chal
Icngo was accepted.
. - - '
A number of South Sea Islanders
congregated at the fish-market this
morning, and wcro talking about the
prospect3 of returning home, when
one of them, pointing to the bark
Kalakaua in the stream, said "Dipi
dosa duia dicdica daggar," w.iich,
when translated means IbayGeoige,
don't ynu know, that's tho craft we
are going in.
The following promotions have
been made in tho Honolulu Riiles :
Company A C, T. Wilder, 1st Ser
geant; W. F. Wood, 2nd Sergeant;
Geo. Stratemeyer, 3rd Sergeant; W.
C. Wilder, Jr., 4th Sergeant; and A.
W. Carter, Cth Sergeant. Company
B F. L. Winter, 2nd Sergeant; A.
Brown, 3rd Sergeant; F. D. Wickie,
4th Seigeantjand C. J. McCaithy,
oth Sergeant. S. O, Wilder, Jr., C.
C. Boucher and Thomas E. Wall
. . .
Following aro tho names of those
booked for tjio Volcano by the
steamer Kinau, Montjuy afternoon:
J. P. Cooke, Mr. Banning, Miss
Beaver, Miss Tucker, G. E. Whitney,
Miss Whitney, F. II. Newton, W. T.
Ellis, T. G. Crowley, Mr. Hedges, W.
H. Chccsebrough, R. M. Cheese
brough, B. J. Wood, J. Willis, Misf
Willis, Miss Hayes, C. S. Wright and
wifo, A. E. Higgins and wife, J. Ve
do Lavaega, C. R. Dcmptcr, and R.
Spieckels. Many of the above per
eons are visiting Maui and will re
turn to Honolulu by tho steamer
Likelikc, to-morrow morning.
BLUE RIBBON LEACUE PROCRAMME.
This Saturday evening.
Piano Miss Alice Love
Recitation Mr. 0. C. Swain
Song , Mrs. Geo. J. Rott
Song , .Mr. W. H. Hoogt
Reading Miss Malone
So-" Mr. J. L. Host
Address W. O. Smith
Royal Hawaiian Band
Hvo a Jubilee Concert at
Square this afternoon, comraencc
ing at 4:30 o'clock. Tho fol
lowing is tho programme:
fimnil Mnroh The OllCCIl'S JllbllCO..
. ... nuisun
Gavotte The Queen's Own
-Tho Quepn's Hussars (ucwi...
.........',, ...,,,.. 11 VI it; J
Waltz Jubilee ootc
Quadrille-Merry England (new)....
Rolling Years (new) Asher
Old England t'orcver (newi..
Mm eh Queen Victoria mew). . . uergcr
Uod Save the Queen.
BETHEL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday morning services at usual
at tho Lyceum Juno 10, tit 11a. m.,
conducted by Rov. W. B. Oloson.
S. E. Bishop, clerk.
Honolulu, ,Tno 18, 1887.
QUEEN EMMA HALL,
P. C. Jonc9, Ksq., has picsentod
tho committee, -10 copies of
Moody oncl Sankoy's Gospel Hymns
for uso in tho Go3pcl and Song
Services for English speaking Ha
watlnns. This Sunday afternoon
nicotine held in Queen Emma Hall,
nt3 v. mm has now become ono of
tho established religious services,
and is a pleasant nnd popular meet
"" THE KINAU.
The Kinau will leave on a special
Volcano trip, including all the icgu
lar ports, next Monday, the 20th
Instant. In consequence of that day
being Queon Victoria's Jubilee
(lav, Wllder's Steamship Company
would have detained tho Kinau until
Tuesday but it is impossible- to do
so on Aocounl 01 a numner or 1110
Masonic tourlcts being already on
Maul, and have arranged to bo In
waiting at Maalaea Bay on Monday
evening, to tako passago for tho
Gen. Armstiong writes to his
paper, The SuuihtTii Workman ,
fiom Louisiana, that the wages of
laborcis on tho 9itgar plantations are
Go cents a day for men, 50 cents
for women, 25 to HO cents for boys.
But food is cheap also. Bacon is
6okl at live cents a pound.
Enrroii Bulletin: I know you
aro a practical man and don't belieo
in dreams. So I would not trouble
you, but as that Jqw Kahuna, my
only hope, has left the Islands, I
must appeal to some of your readers
for an explanation of a veiy singular
It was on Friday, when I lay
down to tako my after-dinner nap,
and in order to sootho my irritated
nerves or conscience, I took tho "Ad
vertiser" with me on my couch. I
had only finished tho Hist column on
tho second page, when Morpheus
took me in his arms.
All at onco I slid down tho Punch
bowl hill on a sled and stopped at tho
gate of tho Pacific Missionary Insti
stitution on Punchbowl street. Just
imagine my Burpriso when I saw the
roof of that venerable building cover
ed with snow, as pure and us white
as snow only can bo. Still tbcanowwas
falling in beautiful fiakes, and cover
ed the lawn and loads. The Mis
sionary boys wcro enjoying them
selves by rolling and jumping in the
snow and gaily snowballing each
other. Then I saw some men coming
out of tho liouso, and sweeping the
snow from tho roads in a largo pile
in front of tho gate.
Then I proceeded on my way and
came to a narrow lano or walk. Tho
scene was changed like lightning:
The walk was full of mud, knee deep
and more, and a big stream of mud
was .pushing in fiom all the streets
of Honolulu. Tho mud became
thicker and thicker and had a fearful
stencil, as it carried along a multi
tude of dead rats and pigs, thousands
of opium tins, ten of thousands of
gin bottles, lots of carcasses and a
number of dead officials. On top the
mnd I saw lots of golden medals and
orders and lots of empty money bags
(ono of them marked $71,000). I
looked at the dead bodies and noticed
that most of them weio those of middle-aged
Kanakas, who apparently
had been killed by gin and opium.
Their number increased all the time
and I think thero must have been
about 20,000 in the mud.
Tho stream of mud rose higher and
higher, anil covered up tho neighbor
ing buildings and encircled the pa
lace. Some of the inhabitants of the
1 .tter had climbed on top of tho roof
and wero firing with guns into the
mudflow. An old man with white
hair was standing on the steps and
called out: "I shall stop that mud
How, when it ceases. So let the mud
Howl" And on it went, and all at
onco tho old man had disappeared,
swallowed up by the mudfiow. Now
thero was nobody to stop it and it
rose and wont up higher and higher,
till I could not sco the flagstaff on
the roof. Then tho stream turned
round tho corner in tho direction
whence I had come and rushed to the
gate of tho Mishiouary Institution.
But there, O wonder i wnen H came
m contact with the pure whito snow,
tho mud stream all at once stopped,
and tho snow proceeded to cover up
all tho traces of tho mud and the
dead bodies. Then I awoke. Beg
ging for an explanation, I remain,
MR. ELDREOCE'S REPLY.
Editoic Bulletin : I notice that
in the "Evening Bulletin" of this
dale one "Sireno E. Bishop," an
Hawaiian-American, claiming to
speak for the Americans located in
Honolulu, says tuat tup ceieoiaiion
on July 4lh is to bo held for the pur
poso of accentuating "American
opposition" to tho course of the
present Administration of the Ha
waiian Government; claiming tho
right to be their spokesman, from
the fact that he has contributed to
the fund. Now, Sir, the fact that
he has contributed 810 (an enormous
sum, no doubt, in his eyes) docs
not give him any right to uso tho
plural in that communication. I
have heard somewhere a remark that
there were only threo poisons i-n-titled
to use that pronoun in their
addnsses, etc., nud they wero:
Khst, Royalty ; second, an editor;
and thud, a person troubled with
that very unpleasant disease worms.
I earnestly piotest, as nn Amciican,
against any endeavor to piostitute
that National American Day und its
observance tq any sucli purpose, as
a political whoop-up. If any havp
ciiovnnees and wish to ventilate
thorn, let them savo tncir suDscitp
tioim and hire a hall for the pm pose,
and not try to tag on to a national
Willi rogaril to tio refreshment
hall proposed to bo used by thp
committee: Tho Committee on tho
Ball decided to htivo it iu the Music
Hall, and us there was no convenient
place on tlio premises for refresh
ments, they cast about to supply tho
deficiency, nnd In all innocence hit
upon the building in tho rear 01 tuo
Hall ns especially adapted for the
purpose and secured it. And im
mediately "We, S. E. Bishop" nnd
others, whom no doubt ho does re
present, piocceded to bulldoze tho
committee, threatening to withdraw
their subscriptions If it was used.
Why? Because by chance It hap
pened to be tho property of Mr. W.
M. Gibson. As I do not care to bo
11 party to tho degradation of a day
iu tho obseivapce of which I havo
always taken lliu greatest pride, I
have most respectfully icsigucd
from the Committee.
C. II. Eluiiedoe.
Honolulu, June 17, mi,
1837 Queen's Jubilee 1887.
Stmr. 4 "Ewa"
W1U carry Pas'cneo'i to and from the
Picnic Grnund lit Knplolatil Park on
the occasion of the Queon's Jubilee en
Monday, June 20th, 1887.
Persons desiring to tako advantage of
this me ins or conveyance can hive
tickets free of chaigciiml all Infjrum.
tl ti on application to
LEWIS J. LKVDY,
53 Cornir Foit and Queen Sti.
New Goods !
Has received anil opened up his New
CLOTH GOODS I
Conipilslngalnrgeatid well selected
Sultillo for tho Beaton.
Tin so goods were (elected m England
y Mr. Kerr personally, and aro guaran
teed to be of the finest quality.
Mr. Kerr, having seui'Oil tho services
of a NEW CVTTEK, ho is pie.
rare I to lulill orders with the utmost
23 Merchant St.
Hawaiian Jockey Clnli Cm
A Sweerjstakeof$25 Added.
tt'icc to bo run at the June mfi-tlnp of
ihe Iliiuniinn .lockey Hub In 183.
Tnreii quart r of a mile d ish for IIj.
Miiiliui bred twn year olds.
Nomina ion-, Inclosing a fco of 9 10. to
lie sint to the SicrUnry of the tin
i inn .1 o.-key ( lull on or lief ore J line 30th
1687. final nccipianccs as to the
b.d.ince of sweepstakes on or befure
Jul) 1st It 83.
0. 0. BERGER,
Stcretiry II iw. Joik.y ulub
ASMATJ, BOY AS On.SH AND
M'r.inii lay, ono ilntspciKs nutho
iitefurird. Ii quire at X, ti. banhs, No,
101 Fort btrcui. 04 at
W. E. FOSTER
HARNESS MAKER ha moved lo
N. 'iti K m btrect next to tho
GALLON IRON DRUMS
Just the th I ii),' lo lnnke buckets of
whin tinpt). For silo by
A. W. PIERCE & CO.
THE IIOUSK AT ntKSENT,
osiiplid by the uniluisigncd,
W. C. PARKE.
Cottsigo to Cunt
KURNITUHE FOR SALE
.fjL. Low rum 1
furniture nt a b.uiruln.
Kur p irllculiir.t 1 a'uire 1 f .I110, Muuoon,
Agent, Merchant Mm , 37 tf
FOR SALE OR LEASE.
T7-AIM0LANI PARK LOT, Nos.
1, Ihisi (I land : rent naid un
tu November 20. I90. Tliou lots titljoiii
Mr. Agnew's pli c-t uru fcuied. Tncri'
an 11 ciittigc and s'alilts on them, aid
wntnr in laid on. Iwi'iire or
62 In O. BOLTE.
BOLTE is the agent of my
XIX. .-Mill (Kill 1 1'
jiui.ia'i mill "lion
Riv," frim and after Juno 1, 18S7.
All bills prior lo that dito will jileasu
lie pi ('Minted to m at my ofllce, Queen
fc'treet, for tottlcment.
J I DMVtETT.
Honolulu. Juno. 187. f raf
Departure Bay Goal
FQU FAM'.LV USE,
JTust Xteceivetl !
Ex Iiktno Juliii Wor.ttr, forbiilo
In lots to suli.
,StO Xoiiu1h ;r Ton.
WILDER & CO.
IAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
4U coluuiii. J per suuumt
Bell Tel. 112 Mutual Tel. 372.
P. O. B x lor.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
Campbell Block, Merchant St.,
For Sale or Loaio tho Nuuanu Valley
Bunch, head of Nuuanu Vullcj , eayy
For Salo liouso nnd lot on Berctanla
sin ci, house marly new contains 0
rooms pleasantly ituntcd, garden ctu
In excellent older. Would bo told
Land off Llllha Street abriit 0 acre, a
splendid property, dimming view,
tarly application necessary to pur.
chuse In a blnglc lot.
To Let or Lease a 5 roomed ccttagc
corner Ahipil und Klnau sticets. Lit
103 feet x 100 fie t Bent $ 10 n month.
Blacksmith Shop In the now lirlck
Uuihllng on King tin ot near Nuuni'U,
rciently occupied by C. T. Iloyt.
Opposiio Old Slat. on House.
Shop on King Strcot In new hrick build,
lug tuar Nuuanu, m-xt door to il.e
O.tinesu JS'cus Cu.'s Olllce.
Two Collages on Punchbowl street between
King und iicrUunla.
Handsome Residence on Pauoa Road near
Pum hliowl street, large gMuml with
ouMiouscs etc. Kent J0 u mon h.
Furnished Collage 5 minutes walk from
I'o.st Olllce suitable for single person,
MR. THOMAS ISCOVESCO Is
authorized to collect mould and sign
All kinds of help promptly proUdtd.
Properties Rented and
Custom House Work Done.
Leases, Contracts, Agree
ments, &c., Drawn on Short
a8 Merchant Street. C
1837 VICTORIA R. I. 1887
A. M. Hewett.
Stationer, Merchant St.
THE FOLLOWING COM PETI
TIONS will inkf p aeo on the Rate
(J'iuibc, ana entries lor the same nrc In
Handsome Prizes (a Htt of which win
bo published ot a Liter date), will b I
prcEented to the successful compotltorb."
One Mile Race,
Qunrier Mile Race,
100 yards R c 1 lor Youths under 17,
2fi0 yards Knee fur Youths undir 1 J,
SSI. vat d-t Race,
2.'0yaidj Hurdle Race,
Putting thu tihot,
Throw lug tho Huso Rail,
Tnreo Legged Race.
Tin above events nrc open to all Am 1.
lour A hletes.
Entries accompanied by a fco of one
dollar will ho rucivul 'by aiyiftlo
numbers of the Committee named below,
nnd it is nqucbUd that early cutty be
A T. ATKIxSuN,
Dltf E U. THOMAS.
For Sale or Lease.
riMIOSE PREMISES SITUATED ON
hla," the propel ty of O. H Jiidd, are for
sale or for lease lo
lor a tirni ni years.
For nnrtlciilars innutre of
AI.EX. .). CAR I WRIGHT.
Honolulu. Dec CMbSO. 1CC8
STRAYED or STOLEN,
A SCOTCH TERRIER DOO. AX-
J bwoiIiik to tho name of "Gov-
said dog will he pro-oeiiled,
ALL DEBTS, DUES AND DE.
ninml-ag Inst C.iplain G N.Ann,
tron hl h lie his cunirnctid nn hs
penona1 nrcoui t whllo hoie. bu none
nn a' count of the bnrk ' Knliikaua,'1
Will be pnli) on prcusntaiion with proof
at tho olllce of.
j. 15. imowx & co.,
Alircluii t ftreot. 63
O WHALE BOATS:
lone, 3 foot
O Whale Itoit, UO fid
deep; 8 fiet :ldei 2S2 kct btirf DonU',
1 18 feet rtui f linat; 2 Dickul I lunger,
10 feet long 0 feol (I inchis wide, a lect
fi inrlie" (jut p. nlh lnnht hivI snll all
qompleto; 1 3' feet Piilllng Hcow, with
mast mill Bulls nil complete. Ai v 10
E. R. RYAN
Uoat Builder and General Jobber, 01 if
TEMPLE OF FASHION!
Special Notice to the Ladies:,
By tho steamer Australia, I have received direct from
Europe, a large assortment of the
Latest Novelties in
DRY AND FANCY GOODS
which I offer at bed rock prices.
New Designs in White Dress Goods
Batiste, Lawns, Embroideries, Laces and other
new goods too numerous to men! ion.
New Novelties in Dress Goods,
Just received, at very low prices.
iCSr'Ladies are invited to call and inspect our stock.
iSTo trouble lo show goods.
S. EHRLICH, 63 and 65 Fort Street,
(Opposite W. G.
Gent's, Youth's anil Bo s Fine Custom Made Clotfe,
flats, Gaps, Furnishing Geo is, Trunks and Valises.
Very Fine Line of Gent's Shoe
CORNER FORT AND
The World's Breakfast Food
Prepared from Snow Flake Whsat.
Also, Highland Scotoh Boiled Oats !
Aro an entirely new preparation ofwlioat and Oats, b3lngccoeil by Steam, nnd
only rcqii ring a short ilme tu pnpiro them for thu table.
tSTTlie moH nutrli'o is foo I knowu.-a
AIho, Gormoa, Gem, Graham Flour, Smoked Salmon,
Smoked lla'ibut , Hams, Bacon, Choice D ites, Prunef ,vNut, Ra'sins,
Now Zealand, Cnllfo-nl 1, nnd Isliu d Potatoes, i .
Also, llroo 11 C rn, cxcclL-nt for chickan fee 1, for snlo hy
Olias. Huslace, - - ECiug' Street:.
Tlio Uudorsigncd, F. HORN, Proprietor of tho
Pioneer Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
AND ICE CREAM PARLOR,
Respectfully informs the publio that from this clay on lie i fully prcpareil
to receive orders for
Lunches, Dinners, Suppers, Banquets, Balls,
And guarantees ,jn all cases the fullest satisfaction, as given in former
yeais, not only abroad, but also in Honolulu. Having references dating
baclf as far ns tlio year
In Honolulu, having catered on all state occasons, as also for select pais
ties given by their iato Majesties Kamcliamelm IV, Knmehamelia V, nnd
Lunalilo, and having tho honor of supplying tho picsent royal household
with tho delicacies produced in my establishment ; having over forty years'
practical experience in this line of business.
l'raotlcnl Confectioner, Pa wiry Cook anitUriianimitrr liillouoliilii.
Factory, Store and Ice Cream Parlor: No. 71 Hotel Streot,
Between Hotel and Nuuanu Streets,
B:th Telephones No 74. (03 3m) Honolulu. II. I
Just Received at Hollister & Go.'s
A largo assortment of
PERFUMES! PERFUMES I
Compiising tlio well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUXDBOHGS,
- EASTMAN'S ALOHA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GEBMAN COLOGNI3, &o.
loi (Sale at IenNoiutllo PriooA.
1592 WHOLESALE AHJ RETAILa
Irwin & Co's.)
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