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DAILY BULLETIN- HONOLULU, H. I MARCH 4, 1889.
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Notice is heieby given to all
holdois nf water pilvlleges that owing
to the prolonged drouth, it is nnres
sary that cai e bo used in the ue of
If this is done, it will not be neces
sary to curtail in hinting privileges-,
but if the pinscnt excessive use of
water is continued this step will be
Holders of privileges and the pub
lie generally arc therefore respect
fully requested l assist the depart
ment by exercising economy in the
use of water.
CI IAS. 15. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, H. ., Mutch 1, 18SU.
iJlaiUi !M it '('Tiffin
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hit t vftublisicU for lic benefit of all.
MONDAY, MARCH I, 1880.
The reat crowds of people who
went to Kapiolani Park on Saturday,
to witness a balloon ascension by
Professor K. L. Melville, were dis
appointed in not seeing what
they went to see. The balloon
did not go up. A scries of acci
dents, disabling the balloon, pre
vented the ascension. Intelligent
people who were near the balloon
perceived the diliicultics that had to
be contended against, and saw that
the accidents were in spite of stren
uous efforts on the part of Melville
to keep faith with the public. For
ourselves, we are satisfied that he
did his best, with an earnest desire
to make the ascension, and that no
one there was so much disappointed
as he. This is our opinion. The
proposition is now to make an as
cension during the present week,
when the damage to the balloon is
repaired, free of charge, and we are
satisfied that the proposition will be
WHAT IS THE REASON?
Eonon Bi'u.ktin: A eouple of
weeks ago or more it was announc
ed that there would lie a practical
tall: on "Hooks and reading'' at the
Y. M. C. A. Hall by Prof. Scott.
The night was fixed, but at the Iabt
moment the talk was postponed.
Since then it lias been rumored that
the "talk" will never take place,
the gentleman who had &o kindly
volunteered his services declining to
fix a date, it is further rumored
that there is, a reason for his. so
doing. Will some one explain.
A Yorxi. Man
Editoii Buu.inx: Why is it
that our present ellicient Board of
Health does not deal summarily
with the native medicine-men among
the Ilawaiians? They are "practis
ing medicine," .surely, as much as
any "water-cure man;" and their
incantations and chicanery have full
as much sway over the credulous
Hawaiian, as "Christian Science"
with its marvels of healing as over
its dupes and votaries. It ib a well
known fact too, that their ignorant
use of poisonous drugs, and injudi
cious prescription of food or mas
sage or simples, ordinarily working
no harm, have occasioned and are
every month occasioning deaths thnt
otherwise need not have taken place.
Who is there interested enough in
the welfare of the Hawaiians to in
terfere and put n stop to this whole
Kahuna business oi trickery and
G. D.'S OPINION OF L Q.
Enrroii Bru.i.Tix : If "L. Q."
attempts to auswer any more of the
Buuxtin queries, in the manner in
which he answeied the sidewalk one
last evening, he will richly deserve
the paper's thunders of correction,
and possibly the scorching touch of
its fiery indignation. His common
law doctrine may be all very well,
and act as the regulator of customs
in the States, but if he had taken
the trouble to detre deep enough
irft.o tho Hawaiian laws, he would
have found a different existing
stato of affair too patent, for even
the veil of the common law to hide.
In the first place our city is not n
municipality, and is not governed
by any laws or regulations other
than those of the central Clovorn
wont. Secondly, that llio bidowalks
are the property of the (Jovcrninont,
and not of the citizens. Conse
quently tho only conclusion that can
bo drawn is, that the Government is
responsible for the condition of the
sidewalks, and it alone, liuiBt put
them in repair, Thank God, tho time
tins not yet coino when the citizens
of Honolulu can be compelled to put
their hands into their pockets to do
what the law should compel the de
rcleet, and inclllcienl ollloinl to sec
done tit il5 own expense. We hope,
however, Unit the lime way come,
when the Bullutix's query will lie
answered in the sulistanti.il way of
action, hut that, alas unless nunc
ellleicnt heads are employed is so
far away, that one can hardly hope
to sec it in thlicontun. -' 1'.
C'S ANSWER TO MR. HORNER.
EniTon Bn-LCTtN : Permit we,
Mr. Kditor, to give mr. norner a
short answer to his lengthy article.
1 have read it very carefully, and,
notwithstanding its l.'itglh, I llnd
very little in it worth answering.
My questions were short, and re
quired only a short response, and
some of them Mr. Homer has not
touched on at all. I still hold the
opinion that :
1st, Moderate drinking, asa glass
of light wine or beer at the dinner
table, does not hurt, but to the con
trary. 2nd, That it is no sin against re
ligion or morals to do it.
0d, Where prohibition is enforced
it fosters hypocrisy, forcing people
to deceive others, and that is a
greater sin than the moderate use
of liquors. 1 can give many exam
ples from these islands to substan
tiate the above statement.
lth, That it is not contrary to
health to use liquor moderately.
"The British Medical Association"
lias recently published statistics of
the causes of 12:! 1 (four thousand
two hundred and thirty-four) deaths.
The committee nominated to ascer
tain the effects of liquor on the
human body, divided the diffeicnt
classes as follows: 1st, Total ab
stainets; 2d, habitually temperate
drinkers ; !ld, careless drinkers ; lth,
free drinkers; ."ilh, decidedly intem
perate drinkers. The result of the
investigation is that in class: 1st,
the liietime averaged, ol 22-100
vears, in 2d, C3 Ul-100, in 3d, 59
07-100, in lth, 57 fil)-100, in .'ith
In another test all deaths under
30 years were excluded, and the te-
sttll was: In class 1st, 57 31-100,
in id, 00 18-100, in 3d. 01 52-100,
in J tli, 5S 87-100, in 5th. 52
G2-100. I suppose that Mr. Horner
considers the body bearing the name
of "The British Medical Associa
tion" an authority, and I hope that
Mr. Horner excusos, me for believ
thc B. M. A. a more reliable source
in what statistics concern than Mr.
Horner and the one sided advocates
In conclusion I w ill take the
liberty to cite the old piovcrb : "If
a cause is good, the most violent at
tacks of its enemies will not injure
it .-o much as an injudicious defence
of it by its friends."
1 consider this controversy to be
concluded from my side, my last
words being temperance in drink,
temperance in food. Thanking you,
Mr. Editor, for the space in your
paper, I remain yours. (-.
TWO DAYS LATER HEWS.
The brigantine Geo. II. Douglas
arrived Sunday evening from San
Francisco with dates to the 13th of
I'obiuary, two days later than the
Alameda. Following is a summary
of news: .
A severe earthquake was felt at
Naples February 12th. Mount
Vesuvius is in a violent stale of
It is learned that Dr. J. II. l'urdy
of Seneca Falls, N. Y., lecently died
on the Isthmus ol l'anama, as re
sult of the imprisonment by the
authorities on the charge that he
was a quack doctor. I he 1.. S.
State Department has been notified
of the outrage committed.
The Kiissiau Government has
granted a concession for eighty-one
vears to a company to join the
Black Sea and Sea of Azov.
M. De Lcsscps is ill. His daily
levees have ceased, and his family
will not allow visitors to refer to the
The students at I'esth made an
other riotous demonstration against
the Army bill Feb. 12th. Many
arrests were made.
A dispatch dated Loudon, Feb.
12th, says, Dhulip Sing has fecnt to
India a proclamation inviting the
people to subscribe the sum of jLM,
000,000 with the object of tluowing
off the English yoke.
T. A. Bobortson, U. S. Consular
Agent at Fruth, Germany, died
A number of small pox cases have
been discovered at Carson, Nevada.
James O'Kclly, an Irish member
of Parliament, lias been sentenced
to six months' imprisonment for in
citing tenants to adopt the plan of
campaign. O'Kclly entered an ap
peal. Orders have been issued on the
Pennsylvania railroad that no freight
except perishables shall run out on
A dispatch from St. Petersburg,
Feb. 12th, says, General Komaroff
has been dispatched to the frontier
to check Afghan encroachments.
Husbians in Bokhara are alarmed at
the encroachments of the Afghani),
30,000 of whom arc on the frontier.
The new Japanese Constitution
was pioinulgatcd from the throne
by tho Mikado, Feb. 10th. The
Constitution establishes a House of
Pcorn, the members of which are to
bo partly heieditary, partly elective
and partly nominated by tho Mi
kado, and a House pf Commons of
800 members. Thu right of suffraga
is given to all men of tho age. of 25
years and over who pay taxes to the
amount of $2fi yearly. Libert of
religion, freedom of speech, and
right of public meetings arc estab
lished. Parliament shall possess
legislative functions and control of
the finances under limitations.
Judges cannot be removed except
by special legislation.
From Berlin, February 12th, it is
learned that Prince Bismarck's at
tack of neuralgia is complicated
witli rheumatism, renal disorder,
want of appetite and insomnia. He
continues to work against the ad
vice of his doctors. Ills visits to
the Chancelleric are marked with
frequent outbursts of passion and
other evidences of extreme irrita
bility. Apart from his morbid
physical condition, party intrigues
aiming to eap his inlluenec with the
Emperor worry the Chancellor more
than ever. Count Yon YValderscc,
whom the ultra Conservatives hope
to sec succeed Bismarck at no dis
tant day, scored against the Chan
cellor by getting the Emperor to as
sent to the stopping of the action
against the Kroutz Zcitung.
An order was received at Po
mona, Cal., February 12th, from
England for 800 barrels of wines
METEOROLOGICAL RECORD FOR FEDRU-
AT 0 A.M. LOCM. TlMi:.
Means for mouth.
Temperature Barometer "1.2
Uncorrected Barometer Heading. 30.177
Corrected Jlnroiiieter Heading. ...HO. 110
Temperature, drv bull) 70. 1
" wel ' 57.'J
lieu point II-J.2
Elastic foiee of aiiucous vapor 5ca
Pelative humidity ",1A
AT !l 1 M. I.OCAt. TIMl-..
rneuneeted Barometer ltcadlng.:tu.l7-l
("oneeted BnrometerlJeaditig-. . . IIO.OO.I
Temnuratuie. div bulb HS.O
" wet " 01. 1
Dew point I'l.l!
Elastic furee ol aqueous vapor ... .".") I
Belatlve humidity SO.'J
Maximum thermometer Sl.fi
Minimum thermometer 01.8
Itainfullaper Kliiriometer(iiiehc-) .HU'l
i:xTi:r.Mi:s ron month.
Iliirhf-t eonected Bar. reading, '10.2:10
on tlie M at ! A. M.
Lowest corrected Tin-, leading, lifl.'.lSO
on the llih at '.) a. m.
Iitdc-t temperature in shade. SG.S
on the Sfitli.
Lowest temperature in Miudc, 53.0
on the Kith.
Greatest daily rainfall. .::M) inches
011 Hie lltli.
! I.NKV C'OIIII-ADAMS.
The total uinnlKr of deaths leported
for thu mouth of FoUunry. ISo'J, was 17,
di-U'ibu ed as follows;
Under 1 vear.
Fiom 1 to 5..
From ::0 to-!0... 8
Fiom i0 to fiO... .1
Fiom 5 to 10. . . . 1 From 5(1 lo 00. . . a
Fiom Klto 20... " Fiom 00 to 70... 1
From 20 to !10. . . 8 Over 70 1
Mali- 21 Female- 211
H.iwaiian 2.1 I Gie.il ISiilain.... 1
(Jliincte II American o
Porliifiue-e 4 Oilier nations... 1
.lap.iue-ii 2 I
CAi'su or nr.ATii.
Fever Brain 0
Hemorrhage .... 1
Old Aj,'o a
Typhoid Feer.. 1
Ulcer of Stomach 0
(.'onsniiiptioii.. . :i
Cholera Infant.. 0
IM-. of Heart.
Ills., of Brain..
Number unintended '
COMl'AltATIVi: MONTHLY JIOltTAI.lTY.
Annual death lateper 1000 for month
All other.- 1C
MOKNUsS IN Tlir. hCIIOOl.S.
School. Scholars. Siek.
FortStieut School 2.11 i:
Jtoval School :'.!i2 11
Poiiukaina School 101 li
St. bonis College ',102 ,'l
1'reparatory School OS 1
Scholars ab.-ent :' or moie con-eciitlve
ilaj. on account of siclme.-s or alleged
sickness are lejioited lek.
.). II. UltOWN,
Airenl Hoard of Health.
Honolulu, t eh. 2S, Iss1.
There's nothing like leather, ex
cepting, of eouihe, the upper crust
of the young wife's first pie.
"Now, my dear," w the teach
er, "what is memory'!"' Tho little
one answered, after a moment's re
llcetion: "It is the thing you forget
A QUA I5TK1U.Y meeting nf the Hoard
of Tiuslccs of the (iueen's Hospi
tal will he held at ti.o room of Ihe
Clmmlierof IVmmeiee, TO.MOUUOW,
Tuetday, ihe nth instant, ut 10 o'clock
a. r. Pur order.
F. A. SOIIAKKKU,
188 It Secreutry.
AMOUNTS owing lo O. Wet it Co.
fur musical ins-tiuiiicnle, musical
inuieliui)di(! and ait niulurialR have been
tiaiitfcrrcd lo the Paelllc Haidwarn Co ,
who will collect tliem tluough tho 11a.
waiitm Jiiihlncib Agency.
G. WKS'J" & CO.,
Jy O, liolte, their attorney.
Honolulu, March 8, 1660. 168 lw
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
Administrator's Salo of
By order of W. O. Smith, Atliiiinis.
trnlor of tho Estate of .T. K. Sp.iulrilng,
deceased; I will sell at Poblic Auction,
at my Salesroom, Queen street,
On "Wednesday. March Oili,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. 31..
Ilmi'fh'dd Fintiituic, comprising
."23. TV". Parlor JsSet,
Upholstered In Plush;
Alarbletop Outer Table,
l.argu utd Mil ill ltiui",
Whatnots, It. W.UImtis,
Matirasscs, P. W. Olllee Tables,
Bureau, Uluiirs Picture,
Extension Dlninp: Table,
Mi hi Saf", Cro. litry,
One Mairtet SStvTe,
2 Bniku , 3 Sets Harness,
1 Black Horse, 1 White Horse
Etc., Etc., Etc, Etc.
J AS. P.
On Thursday, March 7,
AT 10 O'OMKJU A. 31..
At the residence of Mr. J, K. Bi.livcll,
Ueretnnin Mivii (oppovi c tlie lesidtnce
of Mr. T. G. Thrum). 1 will sill at
The Entire Houseli'd Furniture,
(.'otnpiisinsr Pi pari
Upliol. Easy Chairs, Rockers & Lounge
Centei Ktii.'- Soln Hiil's
On Usury Weoft Piano !
(V Fine Inlri.menij,
1 Elegant Qa3c Bedroom Set,
Spring i ii I !! nr Ma fa '.
Feiuler IM 1iia, Mn-ipnlM Xi Is,
PICT U it E S !
V. V'. K.ve.'s'.oi Dining T.dile,
B. W. fifiarblotcp Sideboard !
Croekei) and Gia-.ue,
Oil fciovu and I'lrnsi!,
ICslVijss'a.lor. .TUosit, Jie,
AIM), 1 I'haelon, 1 Bel Harness,
1 Carriage JlorsJe, a:., &c.
JAS. F. MOKGAJf,
187 -It Auctioneer.
On Thursrtiiy, Rlarcli Till,
AT IS 'Ct,(H'K SCOS,
On the picml-es, coiner of Puiiclil owl
and Bciitanii s.tiett-, I will tell at
Public. Auction a
2" Room Qott&ge
With I.ailictd Veiiu.ii ', formcily occu
pied l.y Dr. G.iio ,i ;m ollleu The Col
tnie is ni-iv ai.d in perleet oid r and l
aimed '.liioiinlioiit I'.nlie-, .ritliingio
eMimiiie the Outiiisjc can i!o fo on iippll.
cation to .Mr O. V. Uil
JAS. F. MORGAN,
For Salo At Auction.
By older ol tlicTiu-lee-ol His Majesty's
Kbtnlc, I v;ill -ell at I'ulilic Auction
On TUESDAY, March 12, 1889,
AT 12 O'CIOCK XS,
At my S'ili"ionm, tjui'fti sirei, that
dcsir.ihlu piopny Known as
The Leiiehua Ranch
hituated on 'he Ibbinil nf O.iliu. The
llanch compiibcs ahoni p0,00'l acieaof
laud, mostly held in long leas. 5 from
the OiiniiiiibMoiicis of Clown Land-, as
Land of Waianae Uka !
Containing 11,10) Acier.
Tart of thiB land cal'od NAMAKUM,
oniainiiig li.OUO acres, is ii! d na a f it t -Ici.ing
paddocU eapallc ot siirn)itlng
Item 600 lo 7' 0 hind if ciiil'c. Inioa
nietioii with and aljoiinc Wnlaini.
Uka aro ilm band- of Wu lalaiiiii,i,
.1C0 ariis; Kalena -100 nens and I'ou.
hah;, BlO acrei-. Le.dde.- ilieso lands llio
Kstalu Lctihcs Aiu aril a jiait ot Kaliimio
in Pwa. The Cattle, comprise trnin
2,500 to 3,000 Head !
branded X, about TOO of these arc at
thu fattening paddock at aiiakull.
Among thu 1 attle are a number of good
The llanch owns 'S. Work lloics and
Coltn and 2 Mules. Aho. a Ox Carts,
The llanch Is conveniently divided
Into paddocks, 'J largo ones being nrar
Ihe Jlanch hoii-e and 1 at alkakaliiia;
also, !! Set of Double Pens.
The llanch Is neaily all fenced, hav
ing 18 mile- of fencing. The Dwelling-.;
Ranch House & Dwelling House
At Uwa, With Stables, Iron Water
A portion of this laud at Kwa 1 plant
ed witli tiiro.
The clo.-o proximity of this Kslato to
Honolulu, together with the largo area
of Pasturage and the amount of Stock-,
lender this one of thuino-t dc.-lrnhlu in
vestments offered for sale.
For further particulars of leases,
rents, apply to A. .1. C'aitwilght, or
JAS. P. MOltGAN,
187 td Auctioneer.
ProjnuB of Races
TO 11 B
March 16th, 1889
No. 1. Bleyele(if nnv l:lnd) Hace, 1!
mile dash. Free to nil. Kn.
tiy 1. I'rl.e Tj, doimtul by
the Hawaiian Tramway Uo and
No. L'. HiuiulitK lluce, 1 mite dnMi,
For Uawnilnti bred horses.
Kreo for all. Calr'i weiuht.
I'ti.e Jockey Saddle, Saddle
Cloth, niiHnii Bridle, Martin,
(rale and hip, donated by
Hon. W. K. Foster and $1(5
No. 3. Troti lug and Pacing llnee, 1
mile diuh. For ll-waiian bred
horu, :t yeais o'd. To road
call and "ntle--. Prize Plated
Wat crd'i tchur mid 15 and en.
No. 4 Itiitininjr, llnee, ?. mile dash.
For Hawaiian bud hot bus, -1
yeiiri old. (latch weiuht. Prize
laip, donated by Hon. Samuel
ParUer and 15 and entries
No. ft Twitting and l'neii g Hnne, 1
mile tlneti m.d lepeai Doulilo
tennis. Fieo for all. Prize $15
No. 0 illumine; llice, ).f mile dash.
For JIitWHtinn bled horses, 2
j curs old. Catch weight.
No. 7. lltinninir It-ice, 14 mill dash.
For Hawaiian bilil horse?, 3
jeaisold. Caleb wcialit.
No. 8 Tio'lhig liacu to Bond Cart, 1
niilv dash. Free to all.
No. 1). Hunniim 11 ice, 5.f mile dash.
No. '.0. Tictthui and l'uciutr Pace, 1
mile da-ih. Husl 2 in 0 to Koad
Can. Free lo nil.
No. 11 Pony lt'vee, 1 mi'e d-ish. Foi
Haw ii a i poidis under M
hand--. Ca'eli weight.
No 12 Irottliiji line to Koad Cait, 1
mile until. 1'iec loi all lia.
waiian hied horsts.
No. I!!. iluuninp: llnee, 1. mile dafli.
Free for nil Hawaiian horses.
No. U. Tn t'iiut lliee, 1 mile dash.
For all lior-m thai never heat
CS?"B:iti'lea to lie nm le liefo-c
day. M.wih !l, 1St0, at -1 l M,
C. Bolti's otllec.
at M r.
&3 Knnies lath hinse $2 CO. Ko
Piolciauniiil Joel eys allowed. All
Hideib lu be in tostume. Only itenllc
nien diner-. Capo, tc, lo owner of
winiiini; horse-. .Money piizesto rideih
orduveis. Each uic-, ' 'i money prizes,
1st piiu ( 2ml i r . .
J. A. CISftflFtfeftS.
IIoiiolir.ii,.I.int:a, in, IStO. ll-U
Tli lViiiimi Viisen Ji!lix!i:i-n Xcw
& Jh'im; A I Sleel Sti'iiiiiwliiii
leave for the above ports on
C2?"For lei ms of freiglit or passage
having snpi-iior c-ihin and stcerngu uo
coiniiiodations, apply to
Win. Q. IRWIN & CO.,
For YBkoliama & HonEKong
The At StcaitiNliIii
Of the ilcciilmtil A; Oriental Ste-im-hip
Co. will be due at Honolulu froii. San
Francisco on or al.out
Search 9, W
And will leave for tho ah ivo ports on
or about thai date.
CSrFor f i eight or passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO.,
THE0. P. SEVER
Has taken tho Studio formcily occupied
by A. A. Jllotitano, corner of King
and Fort streets, and is pro
pat cd to take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
Printing llonc loe Aiiiiitcurw,
Cablnots $6 a Doz. Work Guaranteed.
COT Kntrancc on Fort Stieet. "a
Br, E. W. Anderson,
(Assisted by Dr. U. A. Lundy.)
Ailillclid Teeth from one to an tn'lro
set hiseilcd on gold, bilvcr, allumi urn
and lubber bases. Crown anil lb I ,;u
Work a specially. To persons wci, m
rubber plutca which tiro a con it
smuco ol lriltiitioa to the mouth....!
Ihrott, wo would recommend our Pio
pliylaclio Mclul Plate. All opoiations
pei formed in accordance wbh the latest
Improvements in dental hclence. Teeth
KMiucted without pain by the use of
.Nitrous Oxide (Jut.
Z&')8 Hotel street, at Dr. Grossinau'.s
old stand, Feb.20-81)
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Our $2.50 Parasols for 61.25.
Our $:J.5( Parasols lor $2.00.
Our 8J.J50 Parasols for 2.75.
Our S5.50 Parasols for $3.30.
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Aerated Water Works 13 Ilotol Street.
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1ST HA'llGAINS -a Now bine of BSy-BARGAINS -J
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever
uiiu.ui liiuiuniuiij, iuuit
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A suite of Furnished Dooms
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lulu can llnd a good chance
for trade by calling at the
store of ChuB. Hammer, cor.
ncr of Kiug and Fort streets. 183 lw
AND AUK OFFERING
Heduced Prices !
Fresh Lot of
BLACK HOSE !
FOP ONE WEEK-
CHAS. J. FIS1IEL,
Tin' Li'nrthijj Millinery House.
New ijivoicc of
''po purchase p. good scrond.hand En.
X dine and Iloiici, tny Choise power;
poilablc or any other kind will answer
so long an it is in jjood condition. Apply
to Daily Uuu.nn.v. iai lw
1 NEW ''Invincible" Compound Cen
J trifugal Pumpinj; Engine, with At
tached Condenser and Air Pump, com
plete; diameter of discharge pipe, 8
HONOLULU IKON WOKKS CO.
X splendid order: also
lay-W- One 7 Octavo Ohicker.
inn Plat o. Apply to M. S. Grlubaum
it Co., Queen tticct, or at
lv0 1w 251 King street.
ifub " Whiskey.
We have recoived anotlier invoice
And oiler the bamu for sale either la
bond or duly paid.
W. C. PEACOCK & CO,
182J Merchant Street. lm
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