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WEDNESDAY, : UC. 12, 1888.
"HARD" Ai.J "FAIR."
'We expect to hit Laid, but wo
also propo.-o to hit fair," says oui
friend, tin "Advertiserr." One of
'-those "hard hits" was dealt this
morning right out from Hie shoul
der powerful enough to knock over
an infant six days old. Good gra
cious I Wc feel as if u ton of feath
ers had fallen on us.
The "fairness" is manifested by
the "Advertiser's" usual method,
viz: a perversion of the truth, in the
, insinuation that wc had averred that
the medical gentleman of that paper
"inaugurated a personal warfare
with the editor of I In. Bu.m.tin more
than a munllt ago, or at any other
time." We did say, "The "Adver
tiser" initiated its personal course,
etc.," and indicated the author as
the Minister of Interior. Our con
temporary's idea of "hilling fair"
appears to be, to wilfully misrepre
sent and pervert the plain words i f
Perhaps the expression, "mild
rejoinder," was a little "ridicu
lous;" at least, it was intended to
be. Judging from the effect it pro
duced, probably it would not be
"an aluise of language so gioss as
to enctoach upon the iegion of the
ridicultnib" to call it "a hard hit."
The woids of the "rojoinder'' to the
"personal insinuation1' were few,
simple, and harmless in and of them
selves, but they were so true, so
just, and so well-deserved that
their cffuui was unexpectedly great.
The "Advertiser" is "quite con
tent that the public should judge of
the comparative taste and temper
displayed.' So is the Huu.utix,
which is confident of a verdict in its
Our contemporary declines "either
to acknowledge or deny any charges
or insinuations" lcspecting the au
thorship of "any particular article,"
etc. appearing in its columns. Cer
tainly ;lhatis what we expected." Ac
knowledge," of-course, iti'M not;
"deny," it cannot. We have
simply charged that a Government
physician has held the editorship of
the Advertiser for a good many
weeks past, and that the Minister of
Interior was the author of the arti
cle 'a .horrid fiction," which ap-
its columns more than a
Thero is no "ludicrous
mistake" here. Our "hard-hitting"
neighbor cannot, cannot deny the
Mr. Editoii: It is ho seldom
that any meiitorious pictures are
brought here lor sale that I cheerful
ly testify to the superior merit of the
paintings now on exhibition at
Pacific Hardware Company's Art
Department, and that the prices set
upon them are beneath their artistic
Jos. D. Stiiono.
EuiTon Bulletin: Mr. XV. A.
Kinney , having had experience
within the ring, gives public opinion
much confirmation when he says the
Reform Government is imbecile,
vascillating, and it has no policy at
all except to do nothing. He takes
a large space to express these truths,
but throughout bis long letter he
uses all these words in giving his
opinion of the present government.
He says also that the Reform Legis
lature is responsible fortho result of
the voting on the Chinese amend
ment, because of half-heartedness,
and that "if the dominant element
in the. Legislature had really wanted
to carry the amendment they could
have done so easily enough."
Mr. Kinney's disclosures, in
which be also takes blnrao to him
self, imply that the present Cabinet
is incompetent to carry on the gov
ernment of these Islands; and tho
peoplo of this group have unfoitun
ately.too much evidence in confirma
tion of this fact, Another expres
sion ,in Mr. Kinney's letter states:
"The anti-Chinese element will still
have enough share of the political
power to enable them, as a last re
sort, to wind their arms around the
pillars of the temple and bring the
whole fabric to the ground.'' He is
not alone in thinking that this con
tingency may happen many of tho
best and wisest "men on these Isl
ands look forward to tho end of our
political independence with hope,
ilt is 'impossible that the status of
Ltho working man can be
worse in tlieus islands than
it is now; and unless there is some
'change of government soon, nutl
' more confidence of the people in the
rulers, a state of anarchy is inevita
V ble. A protectorate then would bo
tho next step, and in this we would
i havo neither choice nor voice. r
Mrs. General XV. T. Sherman died
trNcwjrdrk, Nov. 28th.
POINTS 01 SMB.
Aro Hawaiian Planters Robbed
by the Trust?
The San Francisco correspondent
of the BuLLUTiNwrtting on December
lib, seud stlie loWiming "points on
sugar," which will be found instruc
tive reading to planteis and others
interested in the sugar industry of
the Islands. Our cnrriNpondeiit
The price of raw sugar, Cuba
basis, 90 test, at Kew York is Ojf
cents. The market is strong, with
an upward tendency. The New
York Shipping and Commercial List,
a well-known authority, bad tho fol
lowing comments on the state of the
market in its issue of November
24th t "Raw sugar is stronger.
Cables from Euiope and a more
active demand in London for both
cane and beet at bigher prices have
imparted a firmer feeling to holders
here, ami quickened to some extent
the inquiry from buyers, but busi
ness has been lestrictcd by the
limited offerings on the spot and the
high prices which havo been quoted
from foreign markets." After speak
ing of the business transacted in
Brazil grades, the Commercial and
Shipping List goes on to speak of
the grades which interest Hawaiian
planters. It says: "Centrifugals
are nominally quoted heic for C to
o':f cents for KG test, which represents
buyers' views, but the small stock
here is held much higher; in fact,
almost at fancy prices."
Willctt, Hamlen & Co., of Now
York and Boston, the famous sugar
brokers, in their circular on sugar
statistics, Nov. 22d, present the
following summary: "Stock in all
hands decreased .'3,913 tons for the
week, and as this was taken mostly
from refiners stock the demand for
spot sugars was small. More busi
ness, however, would have resulted
but for the unwillingness of holders
to accept current quotations, parti
cularly for low grade qualities for
which' there is an increasing inquiry.
Receipts aie falling off largely
which was to be expected, but on
the other hand the demand for re
fined has fallen under expectations,
and is not easily accounted for in
tho face of the smaller Louisiana
crop. This condition cannot last,
and the iuture of sugar is not en
couraging to boldcis and pioduccrs.
We have no advices from any coun
try looking to as large crops as last
year except the Philippines; and
'the beet crop, which has been re
duced this week 23,000 tons by the
estimate of M. Lielit, will no doubt
be further reduced. Reports from
Brazil are most discotn aging for
supplies on the present basis of
values. Total stock in all principal
countries, 327,0o9 tons, against
4G.'i,!)20 tons at the same time last
I have given these full quotations
f i om the latest weekly reviews in
New Yoik to show planters on the
Islands the true condition of the
Eastern sugar market, as 1 am very
strongly impressed with the opinion
that a deliberate attempt has been
made to mislead them on that point
since the Sugar Tiust absorbed the
American Refinery Company.
In a former letter I presented the
fact that the Trust managers at New
York were preventing the publica
tion of true quotations, and I actu
ally gave the quantities purchased
at a rate considerably higher than
authorized press quotations. The
payments for Hawaiian sugar mean
while were on the lower published
basis, which amounted to a fraud
upon the producers. To what ex
tent this trick has been worked it is
impossible to say, but a comparison
of the sugar reports from. San Fran
cisco, in tne weeuiy "Hawaiian ga
zette" of November 20th, convinces
mc that it has been very consistently
The correspondent of the "Ga
zette" on .November Ctb writes:
"The maiket for raw biigar has
again hardened, and on October
31st, the price advanced to (ij cents
for 9G degrees. The enrgoes of
both the C. R. Bishop and Lady
Lampson will obtain the benefit of
this advance." This was an accu
rate report of the New York market
at the date mentioned, and the ad
vance should have inured to the
benefit of the owners of the sugar
Bhipped by the Bishop and Lamp
son, but t'hu following extract from
Williams, Dlmond & Co.'b ciicular
in the same issuo of the "Gazette"
suggests more than a doubt on thai
head. Williams, Dimond & Co. re
pot t, Nov. (ith: "The Cuba basis
for delhcry of Island sugar under
contract declined to l! cents for
90 test on the l.rjtli ultimo, and (i
cents on the HHIi. Yesteiday we
were advNcd of the sale of Cuba in
New Yoik, 9fA test, at Oft cents on
the x'd instant,' but the same has not
yet been confirmed by the 10
llnery." Now, as a matter a matter of faot,
tho cent rate 9(i test was estab
lished at New York on Oct. 81st, as
the Gazette correspondent staled,
although Williams, Dimond & Co.
gave out that 0 cents was the estab
lished rale for 90 lest at the diilo of
their circular, Nov. 0th. It is very
clear that "someone has blunder
ed ;" but it is not the correspond
ent. If this kind of thing goes on
it would be n good investment on
the part of the "contract" sugar
makers, who do not get a Bhare of
tho Trust boodle, to pay sonio re-
sponsible person a big salary to
keep tho run of the sugar market,
and check tho monopoly In its si
lent but determined career of plun
der. It is eldent that ifthcyiely
upon the private iradc circulars of
firms who taku their quotations from
"the refinery," that is, fiom tho
Trust, they will often got very badly
fooled. "The refinery" will not
"confirm" any transaction nt rates
above the figure tho New York Syn
dicate hns established for Hawaiian
suunr. Their biokcra arc debaned
from giving out prices to the press
under a penalty of transacting no
more business for the monopoly;
and the quotations from Williams,
Dimond &, Co.'s circular above given
would seem to suggest the idea that
this lespeclablo linn is to some ex
tent also within the reach of its in
fluence. Bo this as it may, the ex
planation probably is that this firm
has confidence in the Trust, that is
in "the refinery," which is now con
trolled by New York exploiters, and
if this is the case it is certainly con
fidence misplaced. The fact, how
ever, that the errors in quotations
havo all been against the planters
shows the necessity for adopting
precautionaiy measures. Nothing
should be taken for granted when
dealing with a thieving combination
like the New York Sugar Trust.
False quotations arc given out at
New York to regulate the price of
"Island sugar under contiact." Of
that there is not a shadow of doubt,
and these misleading rates are no
doubt quoted in good faith by Wil
liams, Dimond & Co. and others. It
is not their business to go behind
theiccord; but the sugar produc
ers certainly are entitled to the top
maiket rate for all they sell to the
On October 31st, the price of
sugar, Cuba basis, 90 test was V
cents. It was unchanged on Nov.
6th. Nine days later Willctt, Ilam
lcn & Co. reported (Nov. loth):
"Refiners came into tho spot maiket
to icplcnish their stocks, and the
week has been active with an ini
pioving tendency to prices. Im
porters' stocks were thereby de
creased 10.C72 tons, leaving but
11,1 10 on hand. This small stock
is a quite notable feature in view of
ttie Louisiana crop tins season.
The stock of the United Kingdom is
also smaller than last year. Crop
reports unchanged, the indication
being that the total production of
sugar for the coming twelve months
will again be under the require
ments for the same time, and hence
that prices will rule higher during
most of the year." This quotation
shows that there was no drop be
tween the Oth and the loth Novem
ber, and the quotation of the 2'lth
of that month already made estab
lished a farther advance of cent,
the rate at that date being Of cents
for 90 test.
As the new crop is being market
ed it is clear that the daily quota
lions should be ascertained to legu
lale the delivery price of Island
sugar m long as the contract sub
sists. In former times, when the
Island crop was sold to Col. Sprock
ets such a precaution was unneces
sary. It would also have been un
necessary if the Hawaiian propiie
tors of the American Refinery had
retained control, but they sold out
their lelinery, contracts included,
March 1, 1888, to the Sugar Trust,
and received 81,250,000 in certifi
cates of trust stock in exchange for
the refinery shares of 81,000,000
nominal value a cold swap of
250,000, upon which they have
since received the very liberal divi
dends declared by the Trust. It
seems rather hard, however, that
the price of Island sugar delivered
under contract to the Tiust should
be shaved to pay dividends on wa
tered stock; but that is how the
thing looks to the man in the moon,
although the eminently moral and
respectable beneficiaries on the Is
lands and in San Francisco probably
to nut sou it in the same light.
And this reminds me of the pend
ing action to iorfeit the Chatter of
the Ameiican ."sugar Refinery. There
can hardly be a doubt that the fran
chise will be withdrawn, because the
company has voluntarily surrender
ed all us corporate iunctions to an
oulside combination of capitalists
who are not incorporated, nirtl are
not responsible to the laws of the
Stale. Similarly the action against
the North River Refinery, New York,
will probably result in forfeiture of
its charter. This refinery was closed
by the Trust as soon as the purchase
was completed, and as all the incor
poiatorn are out of it llicro is no
reason for continuing it as a char
tered company. But the tine object
of these actions as tho Philadelphia
"I'ress" points out. is to asccilnin
who holds Sugar Trust certificates,
as a foundation for individual pro
secutions against them as members
of an unlawful conspiracy.
The North River Refinery Com
pany was owned and operated by
George II. Mollcr and memberaof his
family. It was prospeious and em
ployed seveial hundred men. When
Haveineyer and Henries founded the
Sugar Trust they offered Mr. Moller
700, P00 in certificates in exchange
for 5:350,000 capital stock of Notth
River Company. As this wns doubl
ing the capital at a stroko Mr. Mol
ler agreed, but before completing
tho transaction ho discovered that
other members of the Trust bad re
ceived two and three times tho par
value of their incorporated capital
in certificates, and ho declined to
go on unless dealt with as liberally
as others. He was then offered
350,000 cash which ho accepted,
and tho refinery was closed.
Contrasted witb the American
Refinery deal all tho shrewdness is
on the side of the Now Yorker. Tho
"American" people, the control
being in Honolulu, were content
with a beggarly 25 per cent increase
instead of double or treble the capi
tal, which tbey were entitled to if
thoro had been honor among the ex
ploiters, because tho "Americans"
turned over valuable supply con
tracts which carried the Trust,
around a sharp corner this season.
Should the franchiso of the Ameri
can refinery bo forfeited this would
relcnso tho planters from their con
tract, and put them in an independ
ent position as to salo and prices.
They are now tributary to an unlaw
ful combination of capitalists whose
policy is to unduly depress the price
of raw sugar and increase tho price
of refined to consumers, and who
aro not scrupulous as to the methods
cmploj'cd to accomplish their pur
pose. Bogus quotations would ap
pear to be the Hawaiian "circle."
There have been fluctuations in
the local sugar market. The Cali
fornia Refinery quoted Cube sugar
at 7-.V cents on the loth Novombcr,
7V on November 17th, 8 cents on
the 27th and 8J cents on the 28lh.
On the same date gianulaled was
quoted at 0J, 7J, 7g and 8j cents.
No change in quotations since. The
Amcricf.n Refinery was listed a
shade above the California for the
reason that it had Httlo or no sugar
to sell. Three cargoes had been
ordered from Batavia by the Amer
ican, but tliny did not come to time.
One of the vessels put into Hongkong
leaking, another is out oer onu
hundred days, and the third, the
British steamer Westmeath, arrived
yesterday with .3,!30() tons. The
oilier ships will probably ariivc
When thcic is a lull supply of
The Watbonvillo Beet Sugar re
finery is an unqualified success. It
has been working night and day
since the start. 'llio sacchaiime in
beets ranges from 18 to 20 per cent.
The sugar polarizes at 98 degrees,
and coiibideiably over one thousand
tons have been sent to the Califor
nia lefiucry in San Francisco.
Colonel Spreckcls is perfectly satis
fied with the entei prise, and fouls
confident that in a few years Cali
fornia will supply the Coast con
sumption wilb sugar. 2, -100 acres
of beets were cultivated, the far
mers receiving fiom $0 to 9 per
ton for their crop. The capacity
of the factory will be doubled for
next season. Two crops will be culti
vated, one maturing in June and
the second three mouths later. This
would keep the factory running six
months in the year. The local ad
vantagf of such a factory may be
estimated from the fact that it car
ries $70,000 monthly expenditure
during the season.
Auction Salos by Lewis J. Lo?ey.
By order of Mtssrs. O. W.
& Co. I will hold a spec i
il s-ule of
At my Silesiooms,
ThursdayEvening, Dec. 13, '88
On wliioli rccasion will he offered
a Choice Selection cf
Also, tlie bfilnuce of our co.lec
"Which will be .nld Without Re.
serve in order to close con.
Salo Commences at 7 o'clock sharp.
MTW1S J. LEVEY,
118 -It Auctioneer.
IN PINTS & QUARTS.
For Sale At Auction
On Monday, Dec. 17,
AT l't O'CLOCK NOUN,
I will K'll at my Salesrooms,
100 Cs. Grin Stout,
Pottkd by jr. B. Fo.ter & S-oa,
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
GBKTIFICATK of deposit In Bishop
& Co.'n H-wik No. 16o7a for$il,
007.59, dated October a, 18S8, in favor
of O. P. Wilder, ban been lost and pay.
inuiit thereof Mopnul at tho bank, Tho
public uie wm lieu agulnst taking or up.
gotialing iho biiino and llio llni-'or wljl
ploiiFo loturn It to O, P. "Wilder, Kahii
Jul, Maul: or, S. O. Wilder, Honolulu,
J OB PRINTING ol all kinds exc
cutcd at tho Daily Buu-ltin Oftlco,
Mlibl ISIl dale S
Art I Fancy Ms,
And a Fine I.o of
Frsiieli aid Enilisli Toys !
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
uiLumi ui nuuiiuit uiiuuu lEfjfciauu Va Eta HA
Lewis J.'Lovoy - Auctioneer
I 'or ecfmtiei SN.
Thursday, Doc. 13th, at 7 p. m;
Hi nirl Km iilnj: bii'd of At (Jnoih
and T".m. Ii. oult- nf G. V. .Muc
in' lsii.i '& Co" ai my S ri'sioonlp.
Saturday, Deo. loth, at 7 p. m;
liven in it S'de of a new lot of Jnpa
oee Qoudi just nrtivcil ex S. S.
' riikiiingi) Mam" from Jnpatr, at
my Salcsiooni". At It! noon, at uiy
S3 ilusrnuiusr, 100 Uioico Corn Fed
Monday, Doc. 17th, at 12 noon;
At my Salesrooms, 100 Cases Ouln.
Tuesday, Deo. 18th, at 7 p. in;
Kvening S lie of Fancy Goods, Olns?
and UlUmt Ware, Jewelry, Va'cs,
Toy, etc , ut my Salesrooms.
Saturday. Deo. 22, at 7 p. m;
Cli'sing yule of llio Mason when
illl lie fib led a S'llcivltd assort.
mint ol C.uiatmas l'len'iits
JtisJTlie Auctioneer bega to info'in
lu8 pultons thai every rnnveniunco will
lo muilo lor the comfoit of ladies uu
tending It is Xmas Siiluj, the Salerooms
lieliitf the l.ugest and best ventilated In
1 ho Kingdom.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
dce-8 8' Auctioneer.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
Jrts. F. tfortjdn - Auctioneer
Tuesday Evening, Doc. ISth;
7 o'clock, at my S.ilesiomn,
ju at-sortmuil of i''nn.'v Goo lb.
Wodneeday, Dec. 1 9th Afternoon
. and Evening;
:-nlo of n varied a tortimnt ol To,js,
F.m y Goods, ltnt;-, e'e
Saturday Evening, Deol22nd;
At 7 o'clock, a Incite nsnitnicnt uf
Chrittnius Jiid Nrv YuirYGods,
l.iidifh A Genti. 1 mulshing GooiIh,
8ilver!irc, etc At H o'clock, sale
of 'J02 1 Novel1-, b vhi ions authors.
QfiyFnmt seats rc-ered for ladies.
Special iirranijeiiient. in rcftnid to ven.
tilutiou and ga. All Goods will bo sold,
regntdlcss ol pi ice.
TAS. F. MORGAN,
SALE of BOOKS I
By order of Me-sn U. I rower & Co.
I will sell nt Public Auction nt my
S.!obrooms, Queen stuet,
On Saturday Evening, Dec, 22,
AT K O'CLOCK,
The following pi opcrly dlttr lined for
rent from the stoiu of V II Gratn.
h lgli. The pro; erly eorr-i'ts of
2533 rVOVEJJLjS !
By Vinlous Antliois.
ZS' Book n-ill 1)0 n exhibition at
mj SiiIijmo m n Saturday, Deo S2d.
CI1JF.DIT SALE OF
On Friday, Dec. 14th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At my S'llesiooni, Queen Mreet, I will
sell at Pu hi iu "Anctiun an
TuiloiM & FurniehSjiK Woodw,
Worsted Suitings !
Ladies Ilrse, GentB Half IIoso,
(Jotton Undershirts JS Drawers,
Merino Undershirts & Drawers,
Lambs Wool Undcrhhirts,
9illrs, sxtiiiw, Ace.
BSyAII the above Oooda must be sold
to elme coiibik'nim nt.
Tj'.iniM at ham:.
m ,.. ',," i .us. a
; ' ' 'i ;
RcrR. S Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
If. J. XOIM), Proprietor.
fi n 'it l'i?9Sj i"
VMft l fS ImK tn
! wa Fia pa ta fin
J.1 . JT. IV
Has Ja ' It etivol h Lvgo Lot
car ESPEOJ ALLY for
Pro renal Stock,
me.hmontl Straight Cut.
Aid ail Assorliiit of
IN SMOKING TOBACCO, THE FOLLOWING
BRANDS WM.L BE FOUND:-
Seal of North Carolina,
Our Hoys, U lie,
Gem, Louo Jai k,
Ktc, Eh:., Eti., Etc.
ynewing i ooacoo m
ff I " j
A LARUE VAKIETY OF
Meerschaum Pipes, Cigar
Briar "Wood Pipes, Match Boxes,
" ' ' ' ' ' l '
33T BARGAINS -a
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Pi ices than over before. New invoice of
IELF-HARM ABB, PLOWS & QEN'L lERCIAMSE.
NoveUicN .urt Xxmcrr Goody, IUi JCuvefO Vurioiy.
96 pB K oliOrS m IJOo S MOCK
Toys &: XoIls9
" TVITrasssioal Albums,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES
And a few Choice Carved Ornaments.
In future, Mrs. E. Small ivill be irpj;u-ed to do
Gutting :sml Fitting.
iu'ij... ... . J..m....:J.-m-mJ-nJn-
suitable foi men and
wife, or single men. Apply
to No. SI Alakea street. 117 lm
HSJC A HlX-llOOM Cntfite on
EavSH Emma rlipei, "iii'iM e
2Etifl Emma bmixre Atpl t'
J". M. V1VAH,
113 tf 42 Aleiclninturcet.
A NMW ( olhi.rn
of 8 Lirj;e
:VtTS5 J"i Rooms unci Kltolipn.
2il pared and p limed, and t-ini-
aled niiiuku of l'lincblmwl i-t.eolover.
looking tbc head of Euiinn itiet-t. Tliis
btiilillnp is laced on iaciold bind
llicba-i) liavii'g (fYtrnl yiars to run.
Will bo sold cl.eup for cali. Apply to
101 lm J. E. KROWN fc CO.
Horse, Brake & Harness
rpilE Brake Is In good
JL order, with Lainjis,
Ajirou, etc. Tho horsii
is (pilot and gentle, and
diivcs witliout Mind
ers, and under saddle Is u splendid mil.
innl. l'or particulars upjily ut the Bul
letin OrUec. 113 tf
lluieford Bull, lm-
ported Irom New Zen.
sr land; about fi years old.
Can lie seen in tho pao'doek oppobile
I'unaliou Inquire of
O. II. JUDD.
1 M lm At A. J Cnrtwi ight'rf,
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
"Will havo Honolulu for the above
Tuesday, Dec. 189
For Freight or Passage, npply tu
"WM. G. IRWIN & CO. Agonte,
fC I . . i
vJ?M R sis W? W n
O 3L, riT 3tQ
of Hie Fin 't Hut ds of
uii) null ui
the HOLIDAYS -a
Havana & Domestic CIGARS ol tho following
Quiet Girls, Boodle,
Etc., Etc ,
ilie Very Esst Manilas !
Etc., Eic, Etc
Tobacco Pouches, &c , &r. fim
- -'' '- !-.. ' M-L '
8- BARGAINS -a
For Yokoliama and Hongkong.
31. W. l-i. 4 o.-h Sulendld
"CITY of RIO de JANEIRO,"
W., iMiABtmv Commander,
W ii! leave for ihu nbovo ports on or
JDeceiratoei 13, '88.
ESTFor "reight or Passage npply to
H. Hackfeld & Co.,
117 fit Agents.
JUT THE THING FOR A
Xmas or Ucw Year's Present
Lawi Tunis mr Gronut Sit
Sportsmen, Attention I We havo a
Complete Lino of .
White & Hew Homo Sewing Machines.
Q rune R API
'atlU. B BIUC7a LMlill.
dee 8 Fort Street. 1838
Best Ins Present !
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