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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hackstand: Merchant and Fort
street. Telephones, 885.
inch 0-88-1 y
X" J.I 13
FRIDAY, SEPT. 21, 1808.
Schr liuluinauu from. Koholalolc
Sehr Lnvlnla from Ewa
"Hclir lleela fiom W..iauae
iiehr Mary fiom Ilaunlui
Sclir llulubow fiom Koolatt
Stuir Kiinla fiom Wnlnlun ami Walanno
Uk Sonoma for Pugct Sotinil
Stun- Kiilinllu.1 for Lahutun and Hnma-
knu nt U a in
Sttnr U H ISihop for Walanae, Watnlua
and Koollati at !) a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr .las MuUec for ICupna at 1 p in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Sclir Heeia-Loud of Hi e wood
Schr llaleaknla li eoids of Ohia llre
wood and lMi bjr ugir.
VESSELS l PORT.
US S Aleit, Gialiam
h S Australia, Houdlcttc
Am bktue b 3C Castle, Hubbaid
Ger l)cn lllshoi), Poppe
Miip IJhea, Smidgin 1st
Am bk Sonouu, Uiilllths
Am bk Atlanta, Auduisou
Am bktnc Klllikut, Cutler
llawbk .las King, i eiry
Danish bk (Joi.tuuu, lessen
Hilt bkVol.ielty, nrtln
Haw bk Lilian, laid up
Uuv biig llu.aul, laid up
The eclu llaleaknla will sail again for
PcpeeUeo on Monday.
The tclir Ke Ail IIou passed off Pe
peekeo last Monday, on her way to
The bk Atlanta will all for the Sound
ou Sunday or Monday next.
Theie Is talk of an ocean taee between
the S. b. ZealanOia, now d e fiom the
Colonies, and tho S. S. CitvofXcw
The sclir Canute has been put in
splendid oidci and lias been named Ka
The steaineis Llkclike, Wainlealc and
Mokolli will be due huic to-moriow, tho
Klnau and . i.,ahal.i Sunday and the V
G Hull Tuesday.
The Kiuati w ha f w as pretty w ell cov
eied with Chinese nieiebandise this
morning, fiom the S S City of New
York, biought in by the "team scow.
The barn Velocity will sail for Iloii
koiis; on or about October 1st. She is to
have new plank, in qu.ultr deck, bat as
the lumber is not obtainable heie, she
will u.ie to get it in ihinn.
O Brewer is Co's new teel baik'nam
ed Fooling Suey, built at Glasgow, was
launched fiom that place on August 23.
The fooling Suey is of 1,000 ttons, pos
sesses all model n impnncineuts, and is
expected to be a f ai dler.
Between 10 and 70 iuegularpnsspoits
have been dieoeicd among the 385
Chinese pa-engeis, who came by the
S S Ity of New Yoik for this poit yes
teulay. The 00 oi 70 Chinamen who
had ilia i legul ir p.iS'-poits hae not
been allowed to land; 'the othcis have
' been taken to 'he Qiuruntine Grounds,
where they will icina n for a number of
days. Daiing the passage of the
steamer fi om Yokohama to Honolulu, 2
of the feteciage pas-jcngeis, a Hawaiian
woman, wile of a Lhinaman, died. The
vessel anhed, however, with a clean
bill i f health. Up to 12 o'clock to-day
the i ity of Now Yoik had not sailed ou
account of some dillleulty concerning
the 00 or 70 Chinamen above lefened
The old U S & Uiooklyn w ill be due
heie fiom Nagasaki on or about Octo
ber 10th. the will come heie under
sail, having bioken her main shaft.
TlicU&S liiooklyn is of 3,000 tons
displacement, same sie as Pensacola,
one of Admiral Fnrra tit's historical
fleet at Mobile, and New Orleans She
has a battel of 11 guns and a eicw of
350 men. .-ho was onleied East la
Capo of Good Hope, but having bioken
her shaft her oidcis w ere dunged to
proceed mulct -1ill to San FinncUco via
Uouoiulu, and hbo may be looked for In
two or tin ee weeks. Her oflkeis, ac
eouliug to ihe latest published list iue:
Captain Byron Watson, Coiiiin Hiding.
Lieut. Comdr. Thus, leny, Execu
Lieut. E. I). F. Hcalil, Navigator.
Lieut. (.'. .1. lhulger and F. II.
.Itin. Lieut. U. T. Walling.
Ensigns .1. A. Hoogeiwoof and W.
Naval Cadets C. C. Hillings nml W.
L. I (odd.
Medical Inspector G. G. lleaulsley.
I. A. Suigeon P. A. Loveilng
Paymaster.). E. Tolfieo, Fleet Pay
master. Chief Eugiuoei , S. L. P. Ayeis, Fleet
WHITE-AUSTIN" In this city, Sept.
120th, at the icsideneo of tho Inlde's
father, by the Rev. W. II. Oleson,
assisted bv Rev. E. G. Ileokwlth,
D. D Mr. Edwin Oscar White to
Miss I'ltiollne Anna Austin, daugh
ter of Hon. .lon.i. Austin, Minister
of Foiolgu Affahs.
19th, to the wife of E. Hlngloy,
LQGAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun U. B. S, Juniala at incsent in
Corea, has been onleied homo via
tho .Sue Canal.
Tub Royal Mail steamer Zcaluiidiu
isdiKJ this ovening fiom tho Colonics
on route to Sun Francisco.
I-hiuoitiAi. and other mutter has
been omitted from thin issue, to
make loom for tho Supiemo Couit
Mi&s Chillboig, Milliner, Foil St.
line just ireoived and has on exhibi
tion for halo, n magnificent display
of ladies' head-wear. Every Btylo of
hat-and bonnet is theio, with tin
endless vaiiety of prutty ornamenta
tion. Now is yoni clmnco to buy n
new and fashionable hut or bonnet,
TucnE will bo a baseball match to
morrow at S o'clock between the
Ventures and Roads and Bridges,
To-Monnow afternoon the Mala
ninana" will bo issued ns a daily for
tho last time. Commencing October
lstjt will appear as a weekly.
TiiEttu was a largo bonflio in tho
learof tho premises of Ah Hung,
comer of Merchant and Uiolmul
streets, ut 10 o'clock this morning,
which looked dungeious to tho build
ings in close proximity.
The City of Now York is still off
port as wo go to press. Nenily all of
her Chinese passengers have been
landed ut quarantine. Writs of
llabe.ts Corpus lnue been issued ou
behalf of twenty-eight of those not
allowed to land.
Mn. Edwin Oscar White and Miss
Cuiolino Anna Austin, daughter of
His Excellency the Minister of For
eign Afluirs, were married last even
ing by the Rev. W. B. Olcson, assist
ed by Rev. Dr. Beckwith. Only the
immediate friends and relatives of
the conti acting parties weio piesent.
A reception was hold after the ceie
mony, and many elegant presents
The band concert last night ut the
Hotel complimentary to the Captain
and Oflicois of tho U. S. S. Alert was
a very successful affair. The front
of tho building was illuminated with
colored lanterns and the verandas
were fairly well filled with visitors,
but not to many people as usual
weie piesont in the gtounds. Trio
music was fine.
At noon to-day Mr. J. F. Morgan
sold the following pioperties: Har
rison homestead, corner of Lunnlilo
and Victoria streets to Row Dr.
Beckwith for $2,175; tho lCbidence
on Nuuanu Valley Road, opposite
Mr. Scliaefer's residence to Mr. C.
Bolte for $3,300; lot and 2-ioom cot
tage on Berctania stieet, adjoining
Commercial, to Mr. Bolto for $2,300.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Diill of Co. D. Honolulu Rides at
7 :!50 o'clock.
Polynesian Encampment No. 1,"I.
O. O. F. at 7:30 o'clock.
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. R.
M., at 7:30 o'clock.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dinl at 7 o'clock.
Temperance meeting for men in
the Brewer Block, Hotel stieet, at
AUCTION SALES TQ-MORRQW.
bv j. r. sioitn v?.
At 11a. m., Underwriters sale of
Cement at Pacific Mail wharf. t
At noon, 300 head of cattle at
BomI's cattle pen, Muun.iwili, Koo
laupoko. Y. m. C. A.
The regular monthly meeting of
tho Y. M. (J. A. was held Thursday
evening. The reports of the Ti eu
surer, Secretary and General Sceie
tnry were read and adopted. A
balance of over $100 is in the trea
suier's hands. A letter was read
from Mr. Clms. M. Cooke, w ho was
delegate from the Honolulu Associa
tion in the World's Y. M. C. A.
Convention at Stockholm, Sweden.
Mr. Cooke at one of the meetings
spoke in Hawaiian, which interested
It was announced that the fiist of
a series of infotmnl talks to young
men would be given in about two
weeks time. A proposition that a
choral club bo stmted met with fa
vor. The coll tion taken up
amounted to near!,, live dollars.
THE JEWISH NEW YEAR.
The Jewish New Year 5C49,Aihich
was recently ushered in.is a leap year.
The synagogues will observe thir
teen months instead of twelve, and
tho new year of 5G50 will commence
on Monday, September 2Gth, 1889.
The festival of Booths or Succoth,
which commenced on the 19th inst.,
lasts seven days. Wednesday next,
the 20th, is called Hoshanah Rab
bah, the feast of the Willow. On
the Sabbath of the 29th, commences
the new cycle of the reading of the
Pentateuch, and the difference be
tween the orthodox and the advanc
ed Israelites is also shown in the
fact that while the live books of
Moses nro read by orthodox congre
gations during the period of one
year, tho advanced congregations
read only one-thiid a year, or the
entire Pentateuch in a cycle of three
The following persons are booked
to leave for San Francisco ou tho
Zealandia, September 22d:
M'sj Delia Hirshborg, S. Ehrlieh,
Henry N. Castle, Win. Maguho anil
wife, Mis. W. S. Luce, 2 children and
nuifcO, Dr. M. Grossman, Miss Helen
Casllc, J. Kidwell, Mons. Laurent
Cochelot, Rev. W. H. Stengor, AV.W.
Uoodnle, J. Smith, and Miss 10, E.
By the Auslialiu, Sept. 25th.
J. M. Sass, ,T. F, Morgan, A. H.
Oluipin, F. II. Abcol, W. H. Bartlott,
wifo and 2 children, Miss A. L. Gal
loway, Ml i-. J. W. Piatt, Miss II. L.
Kimball, Mrs. Glover, Miss A. Le
viquo, Miss M. E. Alexander, G, D,
Feaion and wifo, Mifs Popponbuig,
Mr. Oliver, Mis, Cooper and 2 ehil
dieu, Miss Eva White, II. Lose, wifo
and family, W. Maeitons, Mrs. Dr.
0. B. Blown, Muster II. Meirill, Miss
(J, L. Ingeis, Miss Eliza Brower,
Bruce Cm t wright, wifo and family,
T. H. Foster and wife, W. .P. A.
Biewcr and wifo.
mHE PEOPLES' PAPER
X Dally Bulletin 00 ets ner month,
SUPREME COURT IN CHAMBERS.
BEfORE IUCKE1ITOX J.
TiitntstUY, Sept. 20th.
The King vs. Young Hong; pos
session of opium. Questions re
solved by Pieston J., July 17, 1888,
for the full Court, and argued be
fore them and submitted July 21,
1888. Decision of the full Court is
filed discharging the defendant.
No appearance of or for prosecu
tion ; V. V. Ashford for defendant.
Kapahu (w) vs. J, N. C. Gtlmau.
Bill to cancel a lease at Ewa. Hear
ing continued from 14th iust.
A. Rosa for plaintiff ; C. Creigh
ton for defendant.
Late Forum Ibis.
Tho Queensland Ministry resign
ed, Sept. 4th.
Floods in Bohemia have reached
Alarming propoitions. At Budtreis
15,000 humJcss inhabitants have
taken lcfugc in the hills. The
Danube is rising steadily.
Two express troius collided near
Dijon, France Sept. fi, one from
Marseilles, the other from Turin,
and both goingatfull speed. Twelve
persons were killed and many injur
ed. Several died beforu they could
be rcMCticd fiom the wreck. The
locomotives and cars were piled up
in a great heap.
The Pope, assisted by Abbot
Pessutas editor, is writing a history
of Rome in the Middle Ages. Par
ticular attention will be paid to the
period of Gregory the Great.
A cyclone stiuck the Island of
Cuba near Sajnia, and reached Ha
vana about midnight of Sept. 5th.
Several vessels foundered off the
coast, and two sailors were drown-'
ed and many pcisons weie injured.
M. Ferry, in a speech Sept 5th,
at Reniiremont, admitted that the
next general election would be a
struggle between the Republic and
and everything anti-Republic, the
monarchy, empire and dictatorship.
The London "Chronicle's" Rome
coi respondent says that King Leo
pold has offered the Pope a resi
dence in Belgium in the event of it
being neecssniy for him to leave
In the single-scull race Sept. -lth,
on Lake Keuka, N. Y., distance 3
miles, Teemer came in fiist, (time
20 minutes o seconds), a length
ahead of Ilamm; Ten Ejck live
lengths behind Ilainm.
The ollicial liquidator appointed
to wind up the affairs of the Ameri
can Exchange in London says the
share-holdeis will probably get
nothing and the creditors perhaps
20 cents on the dollar.
A fire took place at the American
House, West Superior, Wisconsin,
ept. 2nd, in which three lives weie
The will of the late Enipeior
Fiedeiick will soon be made public.
It declares that an extension of
popuhn lights is the strongest
hound between the nation and the
While Bishop Duiausseau was ad
dressing a congregation of 5000 pil
giims at Juinet, near Brussels,
Sept. 3d, a lempoiaiy platform gave
way, and three petrous were killed,
and a large number injured. Among
the latter several were piiests.
Tho Allan Line steamer Piiiosian,
from Philadelphia, on her way to
Glasgow, in the Clyde nl midnight,
Sept. 7th. collided with and sunk
the British &teanier Mending. The
latter was beached.
A J. OARTWRIGHT, Treasurer of
lite Tiuslcts ut His M'tjesiy's
owuic, win puy
at lih oice".
a uiviuuiu ou caning
, in. 1888 47 1vv
MY ofllcc will be closed fiom Bep'cm.
her 22nd to Octuhei 27th, (luring
my absence Irom tho Kinednm.
M. E. GROSSMAN,
80 tf Demit.!, !H Holel st.
Excellent Qaality For Sale
75 Coiits Per Dozen. Delivered.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
52 23 Merchant Street. flw
Hao just it'ccUcil per "Australia,"
ILindtome and .Select Atsort
I'loworH, i'""onl ljri,
Funoy Wlncrf, ltlllonw.
Velvets ! Silks I
And all the laton
American & Parisian Novelties
Life insurance Co.,
OF NEW YORK.
S U Rose, Agoat for tlawiillnn Islnnds.
Statement of Two Polioies.
141,077, s. G.
Lifts Plan, Insured In 1873.
10 Vnnu il Pajmeut"linolud.
Original Amount' of Policy
Alditions uuritg 10 oar.
lu.OOO ' 0
Amount of r'ftlm pjtil in
Honolulu, Sept. 19, lt83..
Policy No. 103,747, S. Q.
Wilder 813,000 00
Ufo Plan, Insurod in 1875.
14 Annual Payments, includ.
Ing 1888, cost
Original Amount of Policy
Atlditions during 14 years.
Amount of claim paid in
Honolulu, Sept. 19, 1838..
$ 10,46(1 1)2
Tho above Policies with ad
ditions amounleri !o $29,"i29 12
Total coit of snmc to in.
sure! 12,514 24
Amount paid over nml above
cost of Piemiums $17,014 88
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
npilE undersigned having been up
X poiulcil Adininlslralnr of the Ks
tale ol John G.itela, nf Kallhi Wuona,
Honolulu, deceased, gives notice to all
creditors of said John Garcia to present
their claims duly nuthcniicaiud and with
proper vouchers whether secured by
mortgage or otherwise to him at lua
olllce Mo. 15 ICauhumanu Btrce!, Hono
lulu, within six months from date or
they will bo forever barred.
Administrator of the Estate of John
Honolulu, Sept. 13, 1888. 45 Ira
Drink as a Life Preserver.
Somo StuvtllnK Btatlstlos
for tlio Xtcsuullt oi Total
A report on the inquiry into the con
nection of disease with habits of intem
perance, prep.ued by Dr. Isamuurd
Owen, Seeictaiy of the Investigation
ouunittee of thclliitUh Medical As
sociation, give-, ome staitling statistics
foi tenipeianee people, l'aiticulars
have been obf.iiued by th cumniiltee of
U31 eases of decea-ed lives, aged t-ven-ty-llve
and tipw.ud, in which the habits
of the person in legaid o alcohol weie
lecouled in five elapses total abstain
er, habltuallv tcinpeinte, caieless
dilnlais. flee di inkers, and decid dly
intemperate. he ages of death In each
cl.i'.s Mum an avei age as follows: To
tal abstained, 51.2a ye.us; habitually
tempeiate, U2.13; caieless d inkers,
OCT; flee diinkcr, 57.59; decidedly
intemperate, 52.C3. This makes the
low est average dura ion of life that of
the tectot.i er, and the highest that of
the model ate drinker, his avei age being
neaily eleven yeais longer. The habit
u tl diunkaid aveiagcs about a yiar
longer than the total abstainer.
Another table picpaicd by the com
mittee, from which all deaths under 30
weie excluded, showed the following
d latious of life: Total abstainer",
57 31; habitually teinpei.ite, 00 18;
caieless diinkeis, 01.52; free driukeis,
58.87; decidedly intemperate, 53.42.
Omitting 1 ve under 40 ycaia, the aver
age age of death was : Total abfctahicH
C '.74 j cms; habitually tempeiate. 07.
71; caieless di inkers, 01.15; fiec dil k
eis, 01.98; decidedly inteinpeiale,
B3fln lefcrcnce to the above, wo
have for sale at exiicmely low rates,
PHILIP BEST'S MILWAUKEE LAGER BEER
and W. J. LEMP'S St. LOUIS LAGER BEER,
iu pints and quails.
w. o. i'i:aco(jk a, co.,
50 lw Mcuhunt stieet.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Boat, 30 feet loni?, 3 feet
deep, 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet burf Uoatsj
1 18 feet Smf Ilont; 2 Decked Plunder,
Ifl feet long, C teet (I intlu 8 wide, 2 feet
0 inches deep, w ith mast and sails all
complete; 1 2) feet Sailing Scow, with
mast and sails nil complete. Apply to
K. R. UYAN.
Hnat Builder and General Julilter. 51 if
Per S. S. Australia,
Ai The Beaver Saloon
II. J. NOLTK, Proprietor.
Steamship Comp 'y
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will leave Honolulu for tho above
Tuesday, Sept. 25,
For Freight or Posing', apply (u
WH. O. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
THE ONLY PAPER r.ud by all
JL clussi -TJio.Ualiy Bulletin.1' 00
cents per n.outh.
i ii : I?' 'rt w uStJm '
Xottctt mi!cr t U htad art cA retd 10 crlt
per Unefirr the first inttrtton, anil S o nltptr lint
eiery additional iniertiott,
"jlI ESSRS. DODDdTMiLLER
lTJL have jim received o Austmlin
another lot of that " PHILADCU'lll V
LAOEll 11EIK" In kegs which ihey
are ofleringlniheir customers. 40 lw
YAN'S BOAT BUI-DING
SHOP. Bear nf Liica' Mill.
IT ha been dUfovTid by th-do-'or
t ituo'el luo ! lour 1- ov elleut
t tod t r weak uml del ch!o Infants, inc.
p.ired u '"ho f . One taiih s, oonf jl of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed wtih I pint
of lioil n u 1 k. Wnen eel I feed the
child wl'h a nuise In tt . It will idve
a cull J new life In a tew weeks IIG 3 a-
lARO MUSH Pied Ihe nek and
uelua'C persons ou Uoolcid la.o
Flour .Mush, made thlu and prcptrcd
like corn mcnl In Lolling water, and
served with mi k and sugar. ThU makes
nn elegant mush. il.VSlw
AROBUISCUIT Mix Taro Flour
very thick In bulling wnte-, then
roll In wheat Hour aul lo'm lino bu.
cull, use a little butter at hot om of nan,
smear a little butter over the top of Taro
Biscuit this makes a cheap and excel
lent Taro Cakc3. 35 3w
GRIDDLE CAKE-Take half rye
Hour, half Taro Flour, one or two
egj;s, little sail, one tcaspoonful of Hoyul
Baking Powder to a cupful of each,
bake or fry on griddle. 85 3w
rPARO MUSH Ue 2 tablespoons
JL till of the Taro Flour to each pcr.
son an ii mix mm, prepared uuc corn
meal in boiling water, servo warm or
cold with milk and sugar Taro Muh
can stand a day or two if desired. 35 3vv
A GENTLEMAN of over 110 years'
business experience with large
tlrins in England and this Kingdom Is
open for n le-cnpngemcnt as llook
kteper, Cashier and Correspondent. Re
ferences and testimonials of the highest
order. Addicts P. U. Box 470 M lm
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
THE following gentlemen have been
duly elected to serve as olUcers of
the Mut.ial Telephone Co. for the en
suing year, viz:
II. A. Widcmann Picsident,
II. Wnterhouse Vk e President,
C. O. Merger Tienstiur,
O. O. Beiger Secretary,
W. F. Allen Anduoi.
O. O. BERGEK,
Honolulu, Sept. 7, 1833. 41 'Jw
BY TEE S. 8. ZEALMDIA
OHAS. J. FBSHEL,
Will icceive a lino line of
Lace Curtains !
And u general asxoitmont
Which we will ofl'er nt very
low pi iron.
CHAS. J. F6SHEL,
Tho Leading Millinery House.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets.
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
JL advottiso U in the Daily livuLvnx
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
fijCr AT VERY LOW PUIOE9
A fuSI Sine of Ginghams !
A fuiCline of Batiste Z
A Large Assortment of
We will dote
For Gents, Ladies,
-SCS THE! 5SI-
ma-jAJS sc oom:jp.tv".
To 1)6 foil Id any
V. C. FAGERROOS,
Practical 'Watt'liuiukcr & Jeweler,
Has remuvul tu
Late Win. Turner's Shop, 80 King St.
fiSrSitisfaclion guaiantecd or money
relomled 21 2m
Practical WatchmaLer & Eepairor
Good work punrmleed. Al present
loeatcd at R. ltoihM tail jr shop.
While Ilros,' Ccmcnl (full -weight).
Al lowcfct market rale.
W. MAGFARLAtJE & CO.
Best braiuli, in (!, '
8 and !) ft lengths.
In quantities to suit at lowest
Hest Crown Ilrand,
6, 7, 8, and 9 Feot Lengths
Just landed Es. Hup "Oockcrmouih"
For Sale in Quantities to Suit,
Also, f 00 Ubls. Whito nrd",'
At tiie Lowest Market Rates.
WILDER & CO.
TOB PRINTiNG ol'aTl klndi oo".
O outed at Ihu Uailt liutLicrtN Orticu.
I W f P'tff
TOMnt,TviSf;j! zk. r.fJfy- aryyy.wvry'yaSwic3
S?3 12. t.' 1 i A I II
WMte Dress &oofls!
out at a
Misses fc Children. JgS
G3 & Go ForL Street.
storo ii flu Kiigitoi !
17 - S8
ra ! mxsnxe
r. A. M. Hewett,
l'urpo'o leaving for the Const In
October prior to which he
oilers the whole of his
Do not ho alarmed that yon will not
he able to purclm.-e in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
As In San Francisco for llr. Hewett Is
going to Folcci nuoIi n stock ns will
suit tho innt fnsiideous and
surprbc our little city.
C37A.11 pirlles now indebted to hint
are respectfully requested to make
iuunediaie scltlement 4M lm
Honolulu Business College,
71 Hotel, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S. BENNETT, - - Principal.
lu nil its btanchei.
ClTFor particulars address
frs. L. S. Bennett-
71 Hotel St , or Oraenhali-h's Book,
siore, 100 Fort Si.
Mutual, 202-ffiaTELEPIIONE it-Bell, 30
IF YOU FIND ANYTHING,
JL atlvertlso it In the Daij.v Uullutix .
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