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OrncE ok Road Sti'unvnon,
Honolulu, H.I., July 17, 1S38.J
Tendeis for shoeing of tlio Govern
ment Horses mill Jltiles, foi C months
from August 1, 18KS, will Im leeched
at the Oillcu of the Uoud Mipc-rvi'-or
till 12 o'clock noon, on TUESDAY,
July 21, JSSS.
11. I uebhaui),
Ilo.itl Supervisor of Honolulu.
BISHOP & Co.. BANKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian Isiaiidr,
Dr.iw Exchange , 'lie
OtxnU oi Ouliioi-itla. it. JT.
And thoir agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HOHG KONG.
Messrs. N. AT. Rothschild & Bon, London
The Conimurcial Bank Co., of Sydney,
The Commercial Bank Co . of Sydney,
The Bauk of New Zealand: Auckland,
Christchurch, and Wellington,
The Bank of British Columbia, yir
torin, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact n Ocncial Banking Busmte.
JOB PRINTING ol nil kinds ex
cutcd at the Daily Bui.i.ktin OIHre
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, JULY 20, 1888.
CORPOROSITV AND PROFITS.
Minister Thurston thinks that
the editor of the Uui.li'.tin must
"suffer some in his corporosity," or
'that he is looking for prospective
profits from a private electric light
company." Perhaps there may be
borne truth in what the Minister
sa3-s about the editor's "corpor
osity." It is dueccd small, we
know that. Fear there is no such
luck as "prospective profits," either
from a private company or the
"family compact" represented by
the Minister. As to getting any
profits from the private source, thcie
is no hope, because the Minister has
declined to give permission to pri
vate enterprise to supply the people
of Honolulu with electric light in
their houses, preferring that the
Government should do this little
business itself. The edicor of the
Bulletin never applied for permis
sion to erect electric lights to lighten
the natives undjbc a glory to the
people of Honolulu. His ambition
. is not in that direction. But others
have applied, and have been refus
ed. Certainly there can be no
chance for the editor to make any
thing out of the Government ven
ture, for he is not in the ling. There
will be a nice little tiling for
somebody, though ; for more than
8-10,000 are being aked for, we un
derstand, to furnish lights, power,
etc. "Whereas, a private company
in the .Stales has offered to provide
the same number of lights, wires,
power, etc., all complete, for less
than 810,000. There is a big mar
gin between 810,000 and 8-10,000.
There is room for big profits some
where. But slim chance of any
thing for the editor of the Bui.ixtik.
Can't you give lib a chance, Mr.
Thurston, for old acquaintance
sake? Remember you were at one
time editor of the Bcr.uvnx your
self. And, oh, didn't you work off
gall on the Government!
THE BILL TO RE-ORGANIZE THE
A few days ago we gave a synop
sis of the report of the Commission
appointed by the King upon the
laws relating to the Judiciary, and
of the bill drafted and recommend
ed for legislative consideration, from
which our readers ma' gather
an outline idea of tlio changes pro
posed. n the Judicinry department
of the Government. Associate Jus
tice Hole, cx-Juugts llurtwell, and
Attorney-General Abhlma ftr(J the
gentleman comprising tlio Commis
sion. AVith regard to the changes sug
gested by them, it is coi root to say
that thej- have been veiy carefully
considered in every "aspect present
ed to the minds of those gentlemen.
Their bill is not a measure hastily
drafted or ill-consideied ; but it is
the production of close, piolonged
and matuic thought, .Not only
have the Commission given careful
attention to the matter since their
Appointment on the 21th of January
last, six months ago, but long prior.
to that time they had becomo indi-
vltliinlly more or less familiar with
the subject form their legal practice.
"Mr. llarlwell was for a scries of
years a Judge of the Supremo Court,
and at different times Attorney-General
of the Kingdom, in which capa
cities he gained experience which
specially qualifies him to he n judge
of what changes are desiiablo in the
Judiciary. Mr. C. W. Ashford has
been n practising barrister at the
Hawaiian bar for years, and for one
year Attorney-General of the King
dom. With regatd to the other
member of the Commission, Judge
Dole, lie has, besides being quali
fied by his legal experience, made a
special study of the hubject for
years past, and while n member of
the Legislature brought the nuittci
to its notice.
Our object in referring to lite gen
tlemen of the Commission in the
way that we have, is to show that
they possess special qualifications
for the duty entrusted to them, and
to emphasize the fact that the
House is asked to pass a measure
which ha3 been prepared by men
competent for the task a fact
which must have weight with every
legislator when the bill comes up
for consideration in the House.
MYNAHS AND LANTANAS.
Two or three years ago a discus
sion was carried on through the col
umns of the Bui-uvrix, by corres
pondents, respecting the merits and
demerits of the niynali bird. There
was no debating club in those days
to which to refer for settlement im
portant questions! It was held by
the friends of the niynali that lie
was a ucful little creature, that he
was the destroyer of obnoxious in
jects, that lie had almost extermin
ated the caterpillar which had been
so destructive to pasture, etc., and
that, therefore, the law protecting
him from the gunner was wise and
good. Tt was contended, on the
other side, that the niynali was not
deserving of so much credit for much
good service, that he was not a good
insect destroyer, that he was decided
ly averse to feeding on caterpillars
and that the dcci case of that pest was
due to oilier causes, but that lie was
the enemy of other and more useful
birds, and subsisted largely on
pigeon eggs and such luxuiics and
should, therefore, be outlawed and
exempted fiom protection. The
enemies of the niynali were consid
ered to have proved the two asser
tions, that the impudent and happy
little feathered creature cares but
little for a disli of caterpillais and
lias a special proclivity for the lux
ui y of pigeon eggs.
The discussion, like all discus
sions, ended ; and like most discus
sions, produced little oilier cllcct
than the satisfaction afforded to the
word' belligerents of having cased
themselves of pent-up ideas. The
niynali continued on the even tenor
of his way, and still lives, rejoices,
and procures the class of sustenance,
and in the way, most congenial to
But now crops up another gentle
man, who has no friendly feeling
for the niynali. His antagonism is
caused by the belief that the niynali
is doing great mischief by accelerat
ing the spread of that most perni
cious of all vegetable growths in this
Kingdom, the lantana. It is said
by persons who have watched and
examined, that the seeds of this
shrub are distributed by niynali
birds, and this is the cause of its
rapid spread in distiicts near Hono
lulu. Ccitainly if such be tio fact,
the Legislature may properly con
sider whether measures should be
enacted for the extermination, .in
stead of the protection, of niynali
birds. "We shall be glad to get a
little enlightenment upon this ques
tion. EXTERMINATE THE MYHAH.
KniToit Bi i.r.r.TiK: Let me ask
through your columns, why a bird
that is a public nuisance mid a posi
tive injur' to the country hIiouUI bo
pioteetcd by Jaw? Mynah biids,
which have been imported into this
country and havo become very nu
merous, aro protected by law. And
jet they are a great nuisance. They
are the principal agents in spreading
Uio lantana, a bush (hat is last ruin
ing tbe lands around Honolulu. The
biids eat tho seeds and deposit
uu'iii an over the country, whoro
they spring up am ,ei.ome u t.ul.8(,f
A bird that does this should bo ex
terminated, and a law for tlmt pur
pose bo passed without Unlay.
Everybody knows what a curse this
lantana is, and if its spread is not
stopped it is going to ruin evury
ranch in the country. The Hist
thing to be done is to put an cud to
the most active menus of its spicad.
J say, not only allow f i ecdom to
fahoot the 1113'iiulis, but give a re
ward for every 0110 shot.
ENJOY WITH ME.
Mn. Korron: The appropria
tions for roads as passed in the Le
gislature appear to me as the dawn
of a now life. Don't guidgo, hut
enjoy with me the prospects of the
future : new roads, opening up of
the country, facilities for travelers
and tourists, what a blessing 1
But this is only one side of the
question, allow me to illuminate the
The amounts appropriated arc no
doubt well appropriated) although
hey seem large. This money, well
spent, does not go into the pocket
of Hnglish Bond Agents or lich
Steamship Con. panics, but into the
hands of needing laborers. AVlint a
boom for poor people! God bless
Now, allow mo to add one single
request: Don't foigct our native
population; give them the prefer
ence. Next to them I he Poitu
guosc. Please, Mr. Thurston I Even
if it costs a little more. Don't make
cheap labor-contracts with Asia
tics. Live and let live. Make this
a law of the country and all natives
and kamnninauas will bless you.
Ont. or Tiir.ji.
BETTER TO CONFINE TO FACTS.
EoiTon Bfi.i.uTix : It is always
belter in tho "long run" for people
to confine themselves to facts. If
not quite sure of certain statements,
they should never be made. Loose
statements made by a legi-lator or
any one else detracts, in a nicasuic,
from fact when offered by such
On the discussion in tho matter of
the Fisliboninc claini"Noblc Water
house asked -the Ministry if they
think this a just claim. This man
brought in a report that-was adverse
to the administiatiou then in power,
consequently it was destroyed."
Repoils say this same Noble mem
ber was the one who moved the in
definite postponement of the claim,
but some one put a fiea in his ear
and he changed his tune. Whatever
may have become of the report at
this date, a number of olllcials and
others saw it, and far fiom being
adverse to the administration, it was
I notice in the Auditor-General's
repot t to the Legislatuic of 1S80 as
"Undur aulhoiity of heads of de
partments 1 have caused the cx
miinalion. and partly assisted in
that of the Custom House and
Water Woiks, while the lormcr was
fully up to that state of ellicionry it
has so deservedly won in years past,
in method and correctness, the lat
ter was in utter contusion, without
system or books, and the Govern
ment on the vcige of losing a huge
sum of money "without, in my opin
ion, any ciimiual intent on the
pait of those in charge." C.
SUFRCME COURTJULY TERM.
nuroni: 1'i:i:stox, .1.
Fkiday, July 20.
The Court opened at 10 a. 51. and
at 10:2,1 a. in. adjourned until 10 a.
m. to-morrow when it will sit in
A MEETING ot tho Hocklioldcrs of
tlio liucipiocii) Sngir Compart)
will he held on ,SA. I'UIUMY, J11K 21,
lSdS, nt 1 :'M o'clock i. 11 , ut Mr. W. It
(J.istlo'u law cilice.
.1. 15. BUSH,
03 U I'roMrtont
fMlE mgulnr qmii icily meeting of
JL thij J'ncillc llirdwaro Company,
(Limited) will no I1W1I at tlidr offlto,
on TIIUKSOAY, July i.'0, 15:83, at 10
O'clock A. M.
.IAS. G. SPENCKK,
p,.a rFIIB Flic Pi nor Brick
&M -- liulldinjr, No. r,S Nun.
BSfeLsS nnu Man, with J.ul in roar
ol unit1, 111 lucscnt (fcnpiid hy McLean
Utw. Kor pailiciilnis 111(111110 on the
pi CHUMS 03 2v
HPHE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
X h.iily IJnllelin 5') ols per month.
3) 1 A Q'on 15KLIAHLE
rSwrjtfv i"a- inniiiy 1. image
23M-Jff mi ro of
WM t A'PW AMir.M
1)9 lw Honolulu Iron Woiks Co.
TvroTICE is hnoljy given thataco.
-Ln pin tnoi ship wiii foinicil on ilio
UMii tluy t Mm eh, lb89, by and between
Lincni lliitcliLoii, nt Honolulu, O.ilin;
iinil .Imi oh CofipiT, of lloliniloa, N.
Komi, Hawaii; under 1I10 Ihni liamo of
"lluieliiion & Cocrpci," for tho pur.
lio-o of . planting Bugar-ciuo 111 tald
OS lit J. C'OLIJl'EK.
AT a meeting" of tlio shareholders of
tlio Wuiohinii Agilcnliuriil &
Gui.ing Coinpnnv, held in Honolulu,
July 10, 1680, tlio following ollleois
woic 0 (ded for tlio cunning ye ir:
John Knit Probideiit,
U. J'. Imikeii J to
. ( TrcoMiicr,
.1. II. 5. Miutlii Malinger,
ll(i.i.d nt Uluctors-J. Enn, O.I'.
ItiiiUcn, J. U. . Miiriti) a d ,1. Can.
banc. c. 1 IAVKKA,
Honolulu, .Inly 18,1888. '""j'j w
nPHE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
JL inoet popular paper published.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
BY order of . W Ua. Lq., the
"Mortgageo named in a ceiliiln
chattol mortgage made by A. 1). Ftalinr
toG N. Wi'ro.x, ihtcd August 1, U87,
and recorded In Liber 108, on runes "1 1,
215, 210, i!l7 and iilS, t will sell at
1 u bl le Auction,
On SATURDAY, July 28, '88,
AT X'J O'CLOCK XOOX.
At my Silesiu m, Qii'tn stiec', llie pro-
pun d'Miilcl in ni(l inort-
gug. , compiling:
1-7 In. Sills tctgflnpu
1-0 h. p. Dynamo,
I Electric Governor,
Stockwell & Governors Motors
HolNElecM" Light Wire,
Medio il Gilvaulo Batteries
Ono Electric Light Lump,
Carbon", Telephone Cnrd,
Gravity HUterlc?, GisollncTonh,
1 Hall Battery,
Braided Wire, Hmw Cum",
Oloclc, JILtCJ., JBtO.
JAS. F. MOIIGAN,
02 7t AiieiiniKcr.
A I'crfoimanoo will lio i;iven at the
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE,
Piococds to go to tlio Kiilnwnn Lipcr
irlire Change of Programme.
Ro" plan for iecrvcd M'a s will open
at 0 a. m , 011 Monday, July 2'Jid, at the
office of .1. E. Uro'wn tt ''o., 28 Aler.
chiinl pircet. !)7 tl
I have for sale 11 huge qmintliy of valu
able Mii'-ic, u a sl!iui; of
I'lsino I'Iccvk, I'inno A. Vlotln,
AND A 1 l.W
O-ti i t zt x' Pieces
The propel ty of 11 gentleman It living the
LEVIS J. LEVEY,
!)!J Cor. Foil & Qui on .U. lw
J. H. WES8EL8,
TAILOR, jjk TAILOR,
X. 1Y. Ciirin'r Ii.ii;; .i .ttiilit::: Sis.
Pniticiilur ulieineiitioii paid 10 repair-in-',
altqring and cleaning clothing.
rJ",Hl undersiguel having this day
JL been appoinlcd Assignee of tho
Estate of A. lv. Pulckalulii, of H0110.
lulu, a hinkinpt; nil persons iiidchlcd
to i-aid o-i'ito aic lierohy not ill oil to piy
thu same immediutcly to ilio miller,
signed. W. C. PAItKE,
Assigupo of the Ei-tnti! of A. K. Pale
kaliihl. Honolulu, July 18, 18S8. 'JO 3t
Apply ut the Bulletin Ofllce.
THEiindeni'iicd hcroby forbids all
1 croons UC3 iaslng on tho Island
of lMokiiuinoiimo or Fords Ielatid in
I'carl IHver Hailior without permission.
Anybody found so trespassing will ho
ii',Vccutc(l atconling to law. Those
who 1'iivo permission to go on tho
Island aro forbidden fiom tuking or
uHcing fluarm-i wliilo thuro
Oilw MRS. L. KAl'U.
rpiIE advantages of mlveriislngllusl.
X nets Caida in the Honolulu Business
Directory aiu 11111 h greater than appenr
nt (list thoticht. This LMrcctoiy will bo
in daily and exlemdvo uo ainnng tlio
pations ot Iholiusiucs.sesiulver'iscidur.
ing llie ne.l twolvo inonthsj or until a
new edition ol a Mmllar woik takes its
place, whiuli will bo about October,
18-i). AdvfitlBiiig tpaco lias been llxtd
nt 11 very leu pi ice fo as to bo nit In
the icacli of all and thb prlco lneliiili'H
printing Ilio names of advertUeiH in
capital letters in ail paita of thu book
whom tiiulr naiuos appear. This ven.
turo is tnllrely local, and all expenses
of the work will be cniucivcd in Hmio
luln'iti inipoitant consldeiation for
those who havo the interest of tills
Kingdom at hcait.
t2TFor advcriisliig nrnno apply lo
J. E. UllOWN fc CO,,
07 2t Agents,
J TTOItSE, Ur.iko and
sSlWrah, XJL liurnc-'S; price,
1 in. The bor-n la sound
,:?r$yz? and gentle, binlio ntarly
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Leioy.
WHEHEAS Mri V Ward, Asslgnco
of nioitingee in a ccitnln mort
gage wherein William Johnson Is mort
giigor mid John S. MfGrow is mort.
gngce, ('. filed January 20, 18' 0, and ro.
corded in Llbcr 0" on pngo 201, 05
and i!00, has heroiofoic duly foiccloed
snld mi rigjge in accordance with tho
power of nle therein contained and the
jiinvlilnns of the Act of 187-t.
Now therefore by older of raid As
signee of innrlgaKP, I will ell nt Public
Auclb 11 nt my 'iik'S-ooins In Honolulu,
AT l!i O'CLOCK XOOX,
The property cne ed by suld mortgage,
All lliou IiiiiIb sliuato 011 the nrrtli
wistcrly si loot thcKuuaiiu Valley road,
in said Honolulu, and buimlril ami dcf.
cribul as follows: Coniiniueing nt the
ii"itliwi st Mirror or angle of loi one of
the iul pieml-es on the said Ninianu
Valloj load, the tame being the south
cii"turu point of J. Wi od'ii land; thence
iiiniiiiiL' N. 31 dog. 20 '111111 V. '.01 fetst
along Wood's laud, S. 01 deg ID mill.
W. !H in t a'ong J. Ah bin' b'li I. . !W
deji. !) mln E 23G Ket along lot two to
Niiuiuui street, N. 41 tleg. 1 min. E. 8i.n
ieetto poinlof beginning -lOi-lOOiieii 8,
together with the buiTuhiga and ini
CsVTci ins oish and deeds at espouse
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
I'lnm. Creighton, Attorney for assignee
of morlgniro, 0 Kanhnmanu ttrcct.
1 to JW
Unil.-i I imi , sound, kind and gentle,
puiftclj broKt.li to haiiRSs and Mifo for
a l.nfy t diivi', and not itliald of i-lcain.
iolk'1, if not Mild nl 1'iivato .ale I will
oll'iii him at Public Auction at mj Salts
On FRIDAY, July 27tli, 1888,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
Fatisfactory reasons given for dis-po-al.
C?"For iiarticulars apply to
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
0t lw Auctioneer.
WANTED to KENT
,!&&& A SMALL CottaRC, of two
rrtySS -tt. ortliieefiiinisliediMoms,
feitffti.'iK must bo within 5 minutes'
walk imm tin- Post-olllcc. Addie-s "A.
11. C," Ul'LLlTlMlltlLl. 05 lw
rAVPt A t)Ti AGE of a room?,
nfv&'tflv including kilclien alio
UiiiSii bathromii. .Musi, nm be moie
Mi. in .0 ininules' w.illc f,n,T, P.Kt ullli n
Addre , staling situation and mil,
' W.," this .mice. tn lw
m, A npilItEE nice Furnished
KiTirtffi lioiiins with Front Huoni
k.SS3 to lent, til No. A G mien Lane,
mn cd to piivntu gentlemen; 5 minutes.'
walk Mom Pos'.olllce. licnts reasonable.
.itfti. A HPl"1' pieniltes of Air. R.
fag$Sg;i 1 M.rc, c. hit of Fiikoi
BSsssiiS and Ueiemuiii sticets. For
particnlais euipii'i' at
it. MOKIC iV, tO.,
. 6"v, A NLW fimall Coltngc on
fitt&fisp -- Fml (,t,i;a ot 4 'oom"
Ef.JJi ttiih biithioom mid kilihuii
Apply to No. 7 ( liapbiin sticet. 88 2w
l?Ja A CICELY Furnish
Kjfevvfei il Sunny lloom on lit
&H&t lauia street, with board,
single lady or gcuibuiaii or a married
couple. Fieo uso of parlor. Addn-s
IUiLLrriN Olllcc. 94 lw
rpiIE premises known as
X Binuei's llakery, includ.
ing bakery, store, 4 cottagcy,
etc., for a term of years on cisy tcims
lo a good tenant Apply to Mr. U.
lii own, or T. W HawluiH, nt the Ha.
waiian Boap Woiks. fc4 tf
COTTAGE TO LET
M Cy I'lliha sti
m$te& J perniontli
cet Kent, $12
pur month. Apply lo
H. GKLNKAILM & CO.
''jpill' abovo premise situ.
f.yftf lH -- 'ttttt tt iitiiiiaitt i in it
ISMa will bo reined to a suitable
leiifiii lor a teim of 4 to 0 moi ths. Tho
hoiio contains parlor, two bulrooniH,
dining loonip, balluonni, pantry and
klti hen. All nicely fuiuihhu'il. Good
(tnbles and necessary outbuildings.
Plenty of fresh milk and eggs on the
pri'inibcs. Applv lo
00 lw lIAIHtY J. AGNEW.
FOlt SALE or LET
. ?".' a HP
fotVJJn beieianla stirct next to
&!2Sa .Mr. John Ena's on tho west;
laryo lot runs fmnt beietnnia to Young
ttr-ct. House coulains parlor, dining,
room, three large bedroom", kitchen
bath. loom and out-houscs Inquln of
01 tf W. O. WlLUEJt.
ONE Hno Ml loli Cow,
pi ice, $125. Apply
at tho UuLLKTiN Olllce,
Rinc; tip the incUrfn li KCtil(iiicn ol' ISonolnln!
Itioji up In' tJoy & Girls!!
ISiaiC up ilio UlnbU")!!!
Klinrr tip Kvoryliorty nil over JEnvnli UToillM
HAVE OPENED THEIR
Rbw GanflT Factory &
On Jlotol Htreot. Now lirowor Itloolt,
Whcic tboy will inliiuifacturo and soil Hie FINEST anil CHOICE
FRENCH AND HOME-MADE CANDIES !
Fresh Candies made every day.
An Elegant Assortment of FANCY CANDY &. 110N-UON,
J10XES tt NOVELTIES always on band,
Ice Cream Soda & Iced Drinks y
Of all kinds seivcd fiom the most unique soda fountain in the city.
jggyCaiidies eniefully packed for fcliipment to the other Islands. jg&
rWIIOT-WrtiVIOli-. & RETAIL:
llingl Ring 11 Keep on
fchuti an gu
IS53C nn ic-'A
H. G. CRABBE,
DEALER IN HAY and GRAIN,
81 King Street, opporite the Old Station
jVliitiuil Telephone No.
Drs. BROD1E & WOOD,
81 llerctniiln Utrocl.
Dn. Dnon. t ,
!' 10 1' A. M.,
Dn. Woon 1 ti II i. si.,
( 7 lo 8 v. it.
I have just received a fln'j atFOtlnicnt of
Dbect from the lnniiufiiotuiiis in Hal-
brlggan, Ireland, whu.li I guarantee
to give satisfaction to pinoiiateie.
W. 0, SPEOULL.
CAUTION to PUIiClIASEHSl
IJ diiecting nttcntiiiu lo tho nlnno wo
begtoe.iuiinn biijtrs ugauist pm.
chasing an Inferior ip.nliiy lrvijuciifly
told as Hull Ilalbiijjgui in a much lower
pbee ihau it Ih posMlilu to pioduco thu
genuine utilcle. liitending pmeluterb
Milleited to buy h.iMeiy wphout Ihu
Hade mails would do well to go a
wilttcn guarantee that it Juu, been made
. 11YT1I& CO., (Limited),
'llie Original fjalhilgj.'im ilooii'is lit.
lablibluil A. I) 17 o, .Maniifiip.
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Has opened a
AT THE FISH MARKET,
33est; oi Meats !
Can bo Purchased.
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P MILTON, - - - Proprietor.
Beef, Veal, Pork, Fish, Mutton
ftuusMKo &. VL'gotnl)lcs,
Also a supply of
On hand at all times.
Shipping and Families supplied at
shoitist notieo and with best attention.
u" Manager, tf
FINE JEWELRY I
I beg to call tho attention of my friends
and tlio general public to my
Fine Stock of Goods
Just received. A cnroful inspection
will convince you that
In my limu havo nover been offered
lu this city.
KiJ-Plcaso Give mo an Early Cal-ia
MAX BCKAJTT Bell St.
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