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Buitiuu or Customs,
Honolulu, Fcpl. 7, 18S8.
Prom nml after the 1st tiny of
Sopteinbcr, 1888, the storage on
spirit imported into this Kingdom
for exportation will bo reduced to
cent u gallon por mouth.
A. S. ULEUIIORN,
V. L. Gkeen,
Minister of Finance.
BISHOP & Co., BANKERS
Honolulu. Hawaiian Islands.
Draw Kxchaugo on tlio
Buuk ol OiUiPoi-uiti, M. IT.
And their agonls in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Bon, London
Tho Commoroial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Bank of Now Zealand: Auckland,
Christclnirch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, II. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business.
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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
FRIDAY, SEPT. 7, 1888.
DON'T QUITE UNDERSTAND.
Tho Attorney-General is reported
to have said in ,the House, yester
day, in relation to a bill introduced
by him to secure a remission of
Customs duties on the late Dr.
Ililicbrand's book about the flora of
the Hawaiian Islands, that it "was
not a Government measure although
introduced by a Minister. It had
been done at the request of Noble
Jaeger, the time for receiving bills
There is something about the Attorney-General's
position which we
do not cxactry understand. That a
Cabinet Minister may father a bill
which is not a Government measure
is clear; but in such a ease the bill
is simply a private measure. The
Attomey-Geneial stated that the
particular bill rcf cred to was not a
Government measure; therefore it
must have been a piivatc measure;
and if the time for receiving private
bills, (that is, all bills vhicb.are not
Government bills)., had passed, how
could any member of the House,
whether Minister, Noble, or Repre
sentative, introduce a bill of that
nature? The introducer admitted
that the time for receiving private
measures had expired, then why was
this private measure introduced?
To tho "Hospital Register for dis
eased Intellects" things seemed to
be a little mixed.
Editok IJulu.tin: What a great
country! Ho intended no wrong!
He did a great wrong! Reprehensi
ble! It would have been all right,
only tho Auditor-General would not
let them chaw money out of the
wrong bag. That is right Mr. Au
ditor; do your duty, though we all
starve. We will wait, because we
have not got the weight of the De
puty Attorney-General on our side,
as all his weight has to be used in
the defence of the Superintendent of
Waterworks. Oh, wait! That is
what we have been doing since tho
31st of March, waiting. Rut this is
not a Government matter, although
a Government officer has to present
our signatures to obtain 40 days'
pay from the Interior Department.
This looks very much like obtaining
money from Government under false
. pretences. Very reprehensible ! I
am waiting 1 J. W. Gums.
Mn. Editok : As you have given
space to so many communications,
very appropriate nnd otherwise to
the welfare of this, mv adopted
country, I venture to ask the follow
ing be biought to the notice of
the people's representatives:
That this climate is the loveliest,
everyone who is conversant with
other climes will unhesitatingly ad
mit. Very well, why not then, gen
tlemen, if the welfare of tho coun
try ami -its inhabitants is really at
your heart, why not, for pity sake,
leave j'our pet schemes, such as a
road up Punchbowl, until after wo
can boast of a, if not perfect, at all
events a Biilllcient H e w o r ago.
Think of Peru and other places,
whero sewerage was neglected, and
tho result death.
What is even the best climate
without tho first step to tho most
vital question Sdweragc? Why the
wilful, useless expenditures, ueiore
wo uavo tlio assurance of being pro-
tcctcd from diseases, resulting from
the most crying neglect ngninst hu
manity. A second thought, : Perhaps the
proposed road up Punchbowl is in
tended to enable peoplo to get nwny
from the unhealtliy ellluvia caused
by the want of sewerage.
85th Day -Sept. 7th.
Tlie House met ut 10 n. in., Pre
sident W. It. C.istlo in the Chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
Koblc Smith reported from the
Finaucc Committee on the claim of
"Wong Kim for $700 paid for opium
burned in the lire of 188G. The
committee recommend tho item bo
The report was adopted.
Noble Dole reported from the
Committee on Public Lands on a bill
relating to the conveyance of a piece
of laud on which to erect suitable
buildings for the care of indigent
persons of foreign bhlh. The com
mittee had made a slight change in
the bill and lecommcnd its passage
The report was accepted and laid
on the table to be considered with
Rep. Rice asked for further time
on the Appropiiation bill.
Minister Thurston reported the
following bills signed by His Maj
esty the King :
An Act relating to the fire depart
ment of Honolulu.
An Act relating to bringing of
suits against the Hawaiian Govern
ment. An Act relating to street railways
An Act relating to the canning of
lepers on steamers.
An Act relating to the protection
of certain fish.
An Act to license the retailing of
malt liquors brewed in Honolulu.
An Act to regulate the sale of
merchandise by commercial travel
ers. An Act relating to the importa
tion of alcohol for certain purposes.
An Act to facilitate the acquiiing
An Act relating to the segrcga
tiqn of lepers, and to kokuas.
An Act to encourage the sale and
manufacture ol taro Hour.
An Act l elating to tax on caits.
An Act relating to the serving of
pioccsses in civil cases.
An Act relating to issuing of var
iants in circuit couits.
An Act to convey certain land to
the trustees of the estate of Luna
lilo. An Act relating to the taxing of
costs by clerks of the Supreme
An Act to amend and consolidate
the law relating to internal taxes.
oiiDi:it or Tin: day.
Third leading of an Act to amend
the "Act to prevent mairied per
sons from desciting one another."
Rep. Kalaukoa moved the bill be
The motion was lost on a division ;
2.1 to 18.
The bill then passed its third
Noble Smith made .some enquiiics
as to the committee appointed on
the Auditor-General's Act.
Consideration of an Act to autho
rize the Minister of the Interior to
convey to tiustces, a lot of land on
which to erect a building for the
accommodation of indigent persons
of foreign birth.
The bill was considered section by
The recommendation of the spe
cial committee is that tho Minister
of Interior bo authorized to convey
one acre of land west of LunalUo
Home for such purpose.
Noble Smith moved an amend
inendmcnt to the effect that when
the picmises afc vacated they revert
to the uovernment.
The amendment carried and the
bill passed to engrossment to be
read a third time on Saturday.
Noble Castle announced the fol
lowing commission on tho census
laws in accordance with a resolu
tion: nons. II. S. Townsend, W.
O. Smith and A. Jaeger.
Minister Thurston rcpoited that
he leturned to the House the "Act
to restrict the sale and importation
of opium," without His Majesty's
signatuie, the ten days since deliv
ery to him having expired.
President Castle said the bill had
Minister Thurston reported lie
had presented to His Majesty for
signature tho following bills :
An Act to amend and consolidate
the election laws of the kingdom ;
An Act relating to internal taxes.
Minister Green said the House
had taken no action on tho report of
the select committee on tho 15,000
Noble Watcrhouse moved the- re
port of the committee be adopted.
At 11 :28 the House adjourned to
10 o'clock Saluulay moining.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
IlEFOItE 3l'Cl'M.Y, J.
"Wednesday, Sept. 5th.
In probate, estate of Geo. Mori is.
Petition of tlio Jiibhop of Olba for
probato of will and petition of Mrs.
E. J. Wilkinson for probate of co-
dicil to will. I J carina continued
j from (bo 3rd. Opposition of pcti-
h nor for piobato of codicil on tho
ground of mental condition of tes
tator at time of making it. Judg
ment was l endercd sustaining former
ordpr of probate of both will and
codicil. A. S. llartwell for peti
tioner for probate of will; J. M.
Mousnnat for probate of codicil.
Tiiuhsday, Sept. (iih.
,1. K. Kahalo and Bros. vs. Chns.
KuIuiUc. Rill to declare, and exe
cute a tiust. Return day. By
ug'u incut of counsel, bill is to be
amended and lelurn day set ior
Thursday, Sept. 20th. C. Cicigh
lon for plaintiffs; 1 M. Hatch for
J. N. Kaiaikawaha and liana his
wife vs. Geo. Okuu. Rill to set
aside a bill of sale. Return day.
Continued to the 17th. C. Creigh
ton foi plaintiffs ; no appearance of
or for defendant.
In re Mrs. Mary Rilvcrburgh vs.
,7. II Putnam, U. S. Consul-Gcn-cral,
as administiator of estate of
William Turner, deceased. As
sumpsit for $520 for money loaned,
with interest. Hearing continued
fiom Aug. 20th. Judgment for
plaintiff for So 1G. 13. Said amount
subject to pro rata dividend estate
may pay. II. N. Castle for plain
tiff ; no appearance of or for defen
dant. KING KALAKAUA.
BECOMES A SCIENTIST AND STUDIES
An Examiner lcpoitcr learned last
night from a late visitor to Honolulu
that King Kalakaua lias, in the in
tervals of draw-poker, the hula and
other cases of state, been studying
tho molecular theory of the earth's
structure. He has prepared a learn
ed treatise on the subject, and a
number of charts, which he intends
to submit to the criticism of French
savants at the Paris Exposition next
year. He has deputed tho task of
presenting the book and charts to
Washington Irving Bishop, the
thought-reader, v,Jio will go to Paris
for the puiposc and for such other
purposes as may present themselves.
King Kalakaua is becoming a
great sharp on exhibitions. At the
invitation of the Victorian Govern
ment lie is going to the Melbourne
Exposition next October. Exam
iner. BEET SUGAR AND BOUNTIES.
The following is an extract from
a speech delivered in the American
House of IJepresenlalivcs by W. D.
Kelley, Aptd 17, 1688:
About the time of the birth of
Napoleon Bonaparte French acade
micians who were distinguished as
chemists had deinonstiated the fact
that sugar could be produced from
beets; but uhile they put this fact
beyond the region of doubt they
were unable to produce beet sugar
in quantity and at a cost thai would
make it maikctablc. 'flic discovery
was a noteworthy fact that was not
lot sight of by the academy or the
practical chemists of France, and
when the allied powers sought to
dcslioy the commerce of France by
blocados, orders in council, and
other devices they succeeded in
putting the price of sugar in Paris
up to more than 5 francs per pound.
Though sugar was a necessity to
France she could not purchase it at
that piicc. Bonaparte was a dis
ciple of Colbert, the founder of the
textile aud ceiamic industiies of
modern France, and lie met the
allies, as the great economist would
h.-n e done, by proclaiming his de
termination to establish the inde
pendence of France in the matter of
sugar and molasses by applying the
resources of the empire to their pro
duction fiom other sources than
Bringing to his counsels the most
eminent chemists anil mechanicians
of France, lie evolved two systems
of bounties by which lie hoped to es
tablish new and profitable industries
thioughout 1 ranee aud secure a
cheap supply or nome-grown sugar
for her people. He offercdMiounties,
beginning witli 100,000 francs, to
him who should produce the great
est weight of sugar beet3 from a
given number of acres, and descend
ing by gradual scales to small sums
to the farmer who should raise the
most from a single acre, and 100,000
fianos to the chemist who should ex
tract the greatest amount of sugar
yielding juice fiom n given weight
of beets. These stimulants with the
inordinate prices demanded for
cane sugar exalted the question of
the production of beet-root sugar
into n national enthusiasm ; and lit
tle more than two years wero re
quired to add it to tho commercial
commodities of France. Napoleon's
genius guided the organization of
the industry and gave it instant
popularity among the French people
by rejecting the system which pre
vailed in the slave regions from
which cano sugar had been pro
cured. Jn nlaco of immense planta
tions and cosily factories in winch
cane sugar was produced, be pro
posed small central factories in
agricultural districts in which every
fanner, by devoting Tt poition of his
land to beets, might sliaio tho boun
ties the government was bestowing,
and hasten the production of such
supplies of sugar ns would meet tho
demands of Franco and her people.
PER S. S. Altuncdn, 1st September,
Fresh Salmon on Ice, Apples,
Sugar Pears, Bartlott Pears, Quinces
Pears. Grapes, Mut-oatolle, Black Amber,
etc , Yellow Peaches, Plums, Vi'hitohcjrt
Cabbage and Celery. AUo Pi lino
Smoked Salmon, Sauerkraut, Pickles,
Puio Olivo in one gallon tine. Cali
fornia Fruit Market. 3(1 3t
Auction Sale by James I'. Morgan.
Regular Cosh Sale !
TO-MORROW, Sept 8, 1888,
AT 11 O'CLOCK A. 31.,
At my Silcsioom, Queen Mrctt, I
sell at Public- Auction,
JUJL. JC HI7T
rr v. -w "E"r-
1 B. W. Bedroom Set,
1 I). W. Sideboard,
100 bUb Bed Beans.
10 cas Table Fruit,
0 ccist Sardines !
10 cas Ham Sausage, 100 dz Blacking,
AT 1 O'CLOCK SOUS',
I Large Saddle Horse.
jas. f. MORGAN,
40 It Auciioncer.
MRS. M. B. CAMPBELL,
DrcBHiimlclnic. X:c.. .to.,
Has commenced tho business of Dress,
making, Cutting and Fitting, at her resi
dence, No. 73 Bcrctania sited, opposite
the Hotel. Tlio patronage oT the lnclits
is respectfully solicited. Satisfaction
THE annual meeting of the stock
holders of the Hilo Sugai Co. will
take place at the office of w. O. Iiwin
& Co. on MONDAY, the nth inst., at
10 a. m. W. M. GIFFARD,
UO St Secretary.
THE annual meeting of the slock,
holders of Ihe Hutchinson Planta
tion Co. will take placo at the olllcc of
W. G. Irwin & Co. on MONDAY, the
9th Inst., at 11 a. m.
W. M. GIFFARD,
39 2t Sieretuiy.
SOHREL Horse, 5
years old, about
1-1J4 hands high, "with
scar across left llink cut-
his i-hcath: nnccr. Five dollars
lewnrd will be naid for his return to
89 tf J. W. WINTER.
COTTAGE of 7 rooms,
situated on King street,
just beyond Thomas Square.
Artesian water, stabling aud every con
venience. Applv lo
39 lm At Hall A: Son's.
A SITUATION as Night Watchman.
Apply at this olllcc. JJ7 3t
Tf ISS Thiulc will open 'her School
1Y1 and lUndcrgartcn on MONDAY,
September 10th: P8 4t
,Tll. Geo. L.
Babcock will lcsumo his
auo Lessons on WEDNESDAY,
September 12th. Residence, No. 13
Emma street. Mutual Telephone, No.
321. 38 lw
MY ofllco will be closed f i om Scplem
her 22nd to October 27th, duiing
my absence from the Kingdom.
M. E. GROSSMAN,
30 tf Dentist, !H Hotel St.
MR. J. M. Camaia, Jr,
to collect foi oui
, is authorized
cial attention given lo
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
75 tf 28 Merchant street.
DURING my absence from tho King,
dom the Hon. W. F. Allen will
act for mo under a full power of attor
ney in all private muttors, and also in
all estates in which I am assignee or
agent. W. C. PARKE.
Honolulu, August 25, 1888. 20 2m
ELEGANT Upright Piano, has been
in use only a few months. Fine
llnishcd, latest improvements and bril
liant tone, Boston, Mass, , make. Apply
at this Ofllce. 34 lw
NEW O00DS !
The undersigned calls tho attention of
the 'public to
New Lines of Goods
Just received ex late arrivals,
Hawaiian, American & English Flags,
Hnsu Hall Goods, IVovcIw,
Bound Story Books
Plriise BooR & Diclioin.
FRENCH NOVELS !
A complcto lino of
Plain and Fancy Stationery 1
Together with cverythini: to be found in
a well-appointed stationery store.
CSTINSPECTION IS INVITED-fl
A. M. HEWETT,
00 Merchant Street, Dm
THE DAILY BULLETIN-Tho
most popular paper published
na nimir njhaueiin'io.f-tJ"""'Miii'JM"iji i i i.' '"'" ""
Si. Louis' College.
Boarding & Day School for Boys
Tho course of Inptmctlon embraces
all tho branches of a good Christian and
Latin, Greek, French and German arc
optional studies. There aro no c.tia
charge for theso biauchcs.
For admission, certificates of good
moral character nd of health are ie
quired of every pupil.
For Day Scholars, GOc, 756, $1, $1.50
pet month, according to class.
Children whose parents aro in cir
cumstances which preclude tho ability
to pay tho full fee will be admitted at
reduced rates, and where It can bo
shown that thoy aie not in a position to
pay at all,.no charge will be made.
mo Hoarding ucpanmcni consists oi
two distinct elasses of pupils.
Board and Tuition, 1st Clas9, $.150 per
Bourd and Tuition, 2nd Class, $75 per
Music on Violin, l'huio, Flute and
Clarionet, $5 per mouth.
Vocal Music and Di awing free of
Laundry Expenses, $2 per month.
Medical A'tcndancc foims extia
charge. Also, rcrairs of all kinds.
Books aud Stationery at current rates.
Payments must be made quarterly
(even "H months) and la advance.
i-ivery uo.iruor must ue proviueu witu
Bed-clothes, a Mattress, 2 Night Gowns,
several Suits of Clothing for Sundays
and ucek days, 0 Shirts, (I Pocket Hand.
kcirlduft.,3 Pairs of Stockings, Collars
and TicJ, !1 Pairs of Shoes, aud articles
for toilet. The College Uniform is
obliiMlory for Boarders.
The Boarders that have given satis
faction by their good conduct and ap
plication to studies may spend the first
Saturday of cery month with their
parents or guaulians if oallcd for by
A quarterly report of the health, con
duct and improvement of every Boarder
will be sent to his parents or guardians.
The session ccmmenccs this year on
Monday, September 17, 1888,
BSTFor further particulars apply to
the Principal of the School,
or to REV. FATHER LEONOR.
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Punahon Preparatory School.
IlONOXiXJJDTJ, Xi. X.
Fall Terms opens Monday, Sept. 10, '88
The faculty at Oahu College will bo
constituted ns follons:
Rev. W. C. Mcrritt, A. B., Yale Col
lege President Mental and Moral
Prof. A. B. Lyons, A. M., M. 1) . Wll
1 iamb' College Chemistry and Natural
Rev. A. D. Bissell, A. B., Amherst
College Instrumental & Vocal Music.
Miss M. Ella Spooncr, Mt. Holyoko
Seminary Latin & English Literatuic.
Miss H. E. Cushman, A. B Oberlin
College Greek, Mathematics and Rhe
toric. Mrs. L. D. Plnnoy French, Mathe
matics and English.
Thcso are all successful teachers who
have had experience in their respective
The faculty at tho Punahou Prepara
tory School will consist of the following
well known successful teachers:
Miss N. J. Malone Principal 1st
and 2nd Grades.
Miss Margaret Brewer 3rd and Mi
Miss E. B. Snow-Qth and Gth Grades.
Miss Helen B. Chamberlain 7th and
The Boarding Department will be
under the samo management as hereto,
fore, and the Trustees aro confident that
it ojl'ers better privileges as a school
homo than can bo obtained elsouhero
for tho same money.
It is desired that early application
should bo made for all intending lo
enter cither school. 00 tf
Uencral Mhliiplni: Acency nml Tor
vigil VnrvulM KxprcMM.
Chief Office, 23 Cannon St., London, E.'C
Goods, Parcels, Baggage, Etc., Etc,
Forwarded to and from all parts of
O. O. D, amounts of Invoices collected
in uny country.
S-Tnrlirn of Itatcti ou Application-
General Agents for Hawaiian Islands,
J. E. BROWN and CO.,
09 28 Merchant Street. tf
Jinn, Nwoofc, Linen, Caitoiaiil ail FlimiMte.
ff"Somelhing New and Suitable for this Climate.
On Account of B
GENUINE CLEARANCE SALE.
Plush Sets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Plush & Leather; Bisque, Glass it Parian AVaie, Opera it
Marine Glasses, Telescopes,
MDu.sic Boxes, Toys, Books, -A.il urns,
And other things too mtincious to mention. All the above
Goods will bo offered at the
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
'The above Goods aic Now,
been imported ex recent anivals and
gCS OPEN EJ'VEJIVIIV- $
W. H. GRAENHALGH
lOO JPox't, Six'eel, Honolulu.
10 (Si! iiw&ti y
t3T BARGAINS '
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SEEIMMARE, PLOIS HEN'L IERCHA1ISE.
Novelties mid TTnncy Gootls, In Large "Vax-iety.
ONE fino Milch Cow,
price, $12.". Aj.ply
at the Bulletin Ofllce.
9 1 8td o iw
To House Owners.
WANTED to rent a Cot
tngo of 5 or 0 rooms,
on high ground. Upper part
of Nuuanu Valley preferred. P. O. Box
100. 37 2t
FOK SAIiE or LET
THE House and Lot on
Bcretania street next to
i Mr. John Ena's on tho west;
large lot runs from Berctanla to Young
street. House contains parlor, dining
room, three largo bedrooms, kitchen
uatli.room and out-nouses, inquire ol
W, C. WILDER.
i t .
BRIOK'STORE on Nuuanu
street, fitted with shelv
ing, counters, etc., next to
Nowleln's corner. Rent very moderate.
Apply to J. E. BROWN & CO.,
25 tf 28 Merchant street.
A HOUSE on School street
near tho wooden bridge,
containing five rooms, besides
billiard-room, bathroom, kitchen and
pantry. Also carriage houso and stables
for two horses. Applv to
E. W. JORDAN,
At Wttterhouso's Fort-street Store.
Cottage To Lot.
CONTAINING parlor, four
kitchen, pantry, bathroom,
largo vcranda-room and out-houses, with
nice aardeu, lawn, shade trees aud
acre of land in good location. Rent $25
per month nnd water tax.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY,
37 (It Cor. Fort & Merchant streets.
Wsmte tl Fur ni shed
A FAMILY of three adults,
tourists; wishes to rent
u Cottage of about six rooms,
completely furnished for about two
months. Good care will bo taken of
tho furniture and prompt payment of
rent made, Apply ut
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGEN3Y,
33 lw Cor. Fori & Merchant streets.
HE DAILY BULLETIN la a live
evening paper, 60 ccuts per month.
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..nnu ihiiii ,jnM..mjnmHM 'w w!
28 - 88 lm
Fresh and of tho Latest Design, havine;
wero selected expressly for the trade.
TWO Monkeys, male and
female, perfect pets. Also
a Talking Parrot, (green).
Apply to W. S. LUCE.
OWING to departure
from the Kine-dom
JWi a ladv is desirous nt din .
aSfs? posing of her Carriage,
Canitigo Horse and Milch Cows. Apply
at the Hawaiian Hotel Stables. 38 lw
Received ex S. S. Australia a full
HAY'S HOP ALE.
Hay's Aerated Hop Ale (Non
Intoxicating) William Hay, Hull.
"This is an excellent Non-Alcoholic
Beverage, which probably approaches
as near to Beer as is possible, without
tho presence of alcohol. Our analysis
showed tho presence of the bitter prin
ciple of tho Hop In perfect solution."
"It is a nearer approach to Bass's or
Allsopp's Alo than any non-intoxicants
preceding it. Has the Hop Taste of
Bitter Beer, and is a pleasant appetising
drink." Eastern Morning News.
"Mr. Hay's experiments on Hops havo
resulted in the pioduction of a beautiful
essence, which deserves to rank as quite
a pharmaceutical triumph. It mixes
perfectly with 'water, and lias a fino Hop
Aroma. .Hop Ale made from this
essence 1ms, 1th the Hop Flavor, all
the blight appeal ance of Champagne.
It froths rcmaikabiy, is a very agreeablo
drink, and suitable cither ior summer
or winter." The Chemist & Druggist.
"A beautiful essence, has a tine Hop
Aroma, and is quite a pharmaceutical
triumph "Tho Chemist & Diuggibt.
"JIny'M Hop Ale. This Is an ox
cclleut non-nlcoholic beverage." Tho
"Has tho Hop Tasto of Bitter Beer,
and is a nearer approach to Bass or
Allsopp's Alo than any noii. intoxicants
preceding it.",-Eastem Morning News.
J.-E. BROWN & CO.,
28 28 Merchant Street. 2w
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X advertise in the Dailt Bnu.5mn,