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SATURDAY, AUG. 3, 1889.
Stmr Walmaualo from EwanmnVAianne
Stmr Mokoltt from Molnkni
Stmr Akamai from Kauai
It MS Alnnicda, 0 dnys a hours fioui
Btmr Jwalanl for Lnlinlua nml llatna-
kua nt 10 a m
8 S Alameda for the Colonics at S i m
lOGAL a GEHEBAI, HEWS,
Havi) you got your 10? win! ihfc
question nrounil (own tu'day.
Tun Alameda brought twenty
oiglit bags of mail, for ihoPosl Ofllce.
The mnil for (ho Colouies bj the
Alameda elates at the Post OlVico nt
G o'clock this evening.
At Boston, Macs., July 2(, J. Fits'.
pntrick in a running high jump
dented (1 fect-i inches.
Tun condition of the sugar market
is unchanged since last advices. The
basis therefore- remains at $7.73 for
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Wnlmnna'o for Walauae and Wal-
Stmr Mokolll for Molnkni at 5 p m
Scur Katitkcaoull for Kohala
Sehr ICa Mot for llamakua
From San Francisco', per 11 M S Ala
meda, Aug 3 U F Allaidt, J G Ander
son, J Q Anderson. Jr, E S Bcldeti, II F
Hurt el i n n n u and wife, Mrs M M Evans,
Miss B Fanulnir, A Kayo. J II Franks,
Mrs A O Hnwcs, F X Uracil, S Luwden
nud wife, W V Lockwood, wife and
child, Mis DrMcWayne, Mrs McGrcw,
Miss Katie McGrcw, Master Tarn
McGrew. J Montsoau, W CJ Peacock
and wife, O I) Porter, O S Thomas,
wife, 4 children and nurse, Capt Geo F
Smith,. T I) Schuyler and wife, II Jl Von
Holt, Mrs OP Ward, Miss Ward, Miss
Juey Ward, Miss May Ward, Mis Mor
riscau, and 18 steerage.
The Zcalaudia arrived at Sydney July
The KMS Alameda sails at 8 o'clock
this evening for Auckland and Sydney.
AlUtlVALS AT SAN rilANCISCO.
July 27th, bktue S G Wilder, 2" days
July 20th, bark Lady I.ampon for
July xOtli, brig J D Sprcckels for Ka
THE PARIS EXHIBITION.
President Caniot VlHttH tlio Hawnl
lau Exhibit -OIovcmunt oflla
A letter from Mr. K. B. Thomas
to the editor of the Buu.ktix is as
Hotel e, Lo.vwtr.s, )
' Pahis, July 14, 18S9,
Dear Sir: I am about to depart
from Paris to-night at 8 p. in. with
Mr. Seligi of Honolulu. He came
to Pari3 from Eras with Hon. John
A. Cummins and his son on Friday
last, and is going to Berlin via Ems
again. J. A. Cummins looks well
in fact, I think he is the best-looking
man .in this city.. On last Satur-.
day the President" of France paid
the Hawaiian exhib.it a visit. There
were at the building Mr. and Mrs.
Z. S. Spalding -and family, J. A.
Cummins and son, Mr. Selig and
myself. The President was receiv
ed by Col. Spalding and he seemed
to pay great attention to what he
saw, arid be well pleased.
Mrs. Mary Beckley aud her fa
thev arrived on Saturday night from
Loudon, She is enjoying good health
and is stopping, with J. A. Cummins
and son. They all leave Paris to
morrow (Friday) for London, where
they wait till the 24th inst. to catch
the steamer at Southampton for
New York. Mr. Selig meets the
Hawaiian party and accompanies
them to Honolulu. Col. Spalding,
wife and family leave Paris in two
weeks for Switzerland. So you see
we will all shortly retrace our steps
homeward. I am going to England
by way of Hamburg, where I slay
for six weeks aud then start for the
Thk following au booked to leave
for the Colonics on the Alameda:
Dr, 0. Lauterlmch, Dr. W. Schoiwak
otr, F. W. Ualter and 4 in the steei-age.
Tm: S. F. Chronicle says: King
Kalakiunv of the Sandwich Islands is
still trying to borrow money. The
total sum of his present riches is ono
crown rather the worse for wear.
Messrs. Chas. Thiowcr and Ileniy
Norman, both of whom have appear
ed in the Hawaiian Opera Hotuc,
n ro engaged in a s-enson at the Tivoli
OpcrA House, San Francisco, this
A resolution was passed, by the
Privy Council yesterday, that the
Minister of Fin'ancc be authorized to
pay certain bills on account of the
late insurrection to tho amount of
WiifiN tho Nipsic arrived in the
harbor yesterday, Mr. J. P. Bowen
discovered among her olficers an old
friend iind schoolmate in Lieut. Sher
man. After a separation of over fif
teen years; the meeting was as joyful
as it was unexpected.
Tun Marchioness of Salisbury held
a brilliant reception at tho Foreign
office, London, June 10th. Among
tho list of those present given in the
London Morning Post appear tho
names of the Hawaiian' Charge
d'Affaircs and Colonel. Georgo W.
J. CrcightBii, generally
"Dick Croiehton, tho
jury briber, was sentenced by Judge
bulltvan in ban I'tanciseo, July 27ib,
to imprisonment in the Slate Prison
at San Qucntin for live 3,cars.
Tho Solicitor of the Treasury,
Hcpbuin, lias given a ruling upon
que9tions submitted through the
Navy Depattment from Commander
Green of the Alert at Honolulu, re
garding enlistments of Chinese.
Mo3t of the wardroom servants of
the Alert were Chinese enlisted ut
Honolulu, and the Commander de
sired to know if the Chinese Bcstric
tion Act prevented his btinging
them to the United Slates, they
being part of the complement of his
vessel. The acting Secretary of tho
Navy, Commodore Walker, also
asked whether or not Chinese em
ployed as servants in tho navy, who
enlisted as such outside of the United
States, would bo permitted to enter
the United States and at the expira
tion of their term lie discharged in
the United States. The Solicitor
decided that these Chinese would
be allowed to Innil and be dis
charged from service in the United
States. He holds that Chinese
as servants on board a United States
vessel aie seamen and as such can
not be construed as coming under
the term laborers or immigrants in
the meaning of the Exclusion Act.
There was nothing connected with
the enlistment of Chinese on the
Alert to show that they were enlist
ed for. the purpose of getting into
the United States and that they were
evading the law. Acting Secretary
Batchellcr of the Navy believes that
Chinese enlisted on board United
States vessels are constructively
within the United Slates the moment
they go on board the vessel, as the
United States domain extends wher-
Tue whaling bark Lagoda arrived
at San Francisco July 22d, being tho
first vessel of the whaling fleet to
bring any news from the North. She
returned for repairs, having had her
bows stove in.' Tho Captain was ol
the opinion that (lie chances for a big
whale catch this season a're very
I.v tho Polico Court this morning,
B.H. Kahananui, Alex. Smith, S. E.
'Kaiue, 11. P. K. Maliilani, Capt. Ka
halcwai and John E. Hush were
charged with conspiracy, and Kaimi
moku with riot. Bush was lcmandcd
to the 12th, the1 rest to tho 8th. Bail
in tho caso of those charged with
conspiracy was fixed at .1:2,000, for
On July 2Gth, Mr. John D. Spreck
els purchased II. L. Story's one third
interest in the Coronado Beach Com
Piuiy at San Diego for $511,050. Tho
Beach Company contiols, besides tho
laud,the San Diego and Coronado Fer
ry Company,the Coronado Water Co.,
the mammoth hotel and all its ap
purtenances, and the Coronado Bail
road Co., in all of which Mr. Sprcck
els becomes interested.'
Mrs. J. S. McGrew, Miss Katie
McGrew and Master Tarn McGrcw
arrived on the Alameda after a two
years' 'absence in Europe. They are
all looking exceedingly well.
Mrs. Col. A. G. Hawes came on
the Alameda on a visit to her
daughter, Mrs. Frank M. Hatch.
Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Peacock have
returned from a visit to the Coast.
Mrs. Dr. A. McWnyne, Mrs. C.
P. "Ward and the Misses Waid have
returned to their island home after
an extonded visit in California.
Mr. Harry von Holt, who has
beci absent a year or tnoro, returns
in splendid health. Ho has visited
Germany, England and the leading
cities in the States, besides China
The many friends of Mr. J. B.
Sutton, the popular purser of the
B. M. S. Alameda, will be glad to
learn that he is back at his post.
His vacation has greatly improved
his health. With Mrs. Sutton he
went East to New York, and they
enjoyed themselves very much.
Purser Sutton has tho best thanks
of the Bulletin for a file of late
Mrs. Morriseau, sister to Dr.
Trousseau, wns a passenger by the
Mr. E. S. Belden, who arrived on
the Alameda, has been appointed
shorthand reporter in the Supremo
Court. Mr. W. Lee, who has been
reporting temporarily in tho Court,
goes to the Attorney-General's department.
Mu. N. S. Sachs of thn Popular
Millinery House, has just opened out
an immense assortment of enbroider-
ies and lacen, direct from tho manu
facturers in Europe and America
made especially for tho island trade.
Tho embroideries aio of tho latent
patterns and coming direct from
Europe will be offered at.much lower
prices than heretofore. It will pay
the ladies toicall and inspect.
Mr. James F. Morgan disposed
of considerable real estate for mort
gagees and others on Thursday at
his salesrooms. Five pieces of land
situate at' Kapalama were sold to
W. It. Castle for $1,150; apiece on
King street, Hilo, to Perry Pierce
for 8590 ; a piece at Kaio, Hala wa,
for (;450, and one at Honouliwai for
$300 to Miss Kahananui; a piece at
Hii.Halawaito Fruit & Tare Co. for
8100; certain pieces at Kapualei,
Molokai, to J. M. Colgan, for 8100;
land at Kaluaaha to Lokanafor 830 ;
a piece on Volcano street, Hilo, to
Perry Pierce for $420: half interest
in land at Kaneohe to Lee Pan for
$:if0 ; properties at Palama, Lot A,
to Fraga, 81,000; Lot B to J. Y
Brown, 8770; Lot C, to C. Dwight,
8530; LotD, Fraga, $270; lot at
Piinnio, II. A. Wideuiann, 8490 ;
taro land at Kolowalu, Mrs. M. B.
Allen, 8U0; Mansion house pre
mises, Berctatiia street, J. F. Mor
gan, 82,850; residence at Punahou
lately occupied by S. F. Graham, to
Major Cornwell for 83,200. Total
amount of sale 813,370.
They AH Hail to Come to it
Parson Did you ever experience a
revival of religion, sir? Traveling
Man Yea, once, on board ship, in
a storm. It looked as if wo might
go to tho bottom any minute. Kveii
the cook prayed.
Sad-faced tramp: Madam, lam
a homeless man. Patient house
wife Well, if j'ou are more homeless
than my husband is, 1 pity your
If Edison would only invent some
thing to make men honest what a
heap of legal trouble ho would savo
The oldest twins we know of uro
Wickedness and Want and they
will probably survive till doomsday.
If j ou want a man to think you
are smart you have only to make
him think you think lie is smart.
Eligibility "But, my dear, what
has that old man to recommend him
self aside from his riches?" "Heart
A Consul In Paraguay reports
that in that country tho women do
the work and the men do the smok
ing, gambling and cock-fighting.
ever the Hag floats.
A gas well at Btithvcn, Canada,
with a flow of 10,000,000 foot per
day was set on lire by incen
diaries, and for some time nobody
wns able to approach within 200
feet. C. II. Marvin clothed him
self in asbestos and performed such
work nt the mouth of the well as
would enable the owners to exting
uish the fire. This may be a iibcful
hint to firemen everywhere.
General H. A. Jones, Surgeon
General of Ohio, disappeared in
Cincinnati July 24, and his body
was found on the 27th horribly mu
tilated and tied in a coffee sack, in
a sewer manuoic. unarms imgu,
his colored servant, was. strongly
suspected, and the murder has caus
ed a great sensation, being the most
sensational murder in the city's his
The Marine Insurance Companies
in Philadelphia fear the steamship
Thetis, sugar-laden fiom the Philip
pine Islands jfor that port, has
foundered at sea. She passed Gi
braltar June 2.4 and was noHicard
from afterward. The vessel was
valued at S120.000, the cargo at
8350, 000." She wa3 commanded by
by Capt. Cameron and had a crew
of forty men.
The friends of the murdered Dr.
Cronin think an effor t will be made
to murder Burke while on his way
from Winnipeg, where he has been
extradited, to prevent him from giv
ing important information of the
operations of the conspirators.
Commander Mullan, late of the
United States man-of-war Nipsic,
has reached Baltimore from San
Kilrajn is in hiding nt Baltimore
to avoid the execution of a writ for
his an est, asked for by Governor
Lowry of Mississippi.
Sullivan's winnings in his recent
fight were 824,000. '
MARRIAGE Or THE EARL OF KIKE AND
1'HI.N'C'EfaS LONISE OK WALES.
All London tinned out early
Saturday morniiiK, July 27th, to
witness as much as possible of the
.wedding of Her Boyal Highness
Princess Louise Victoria Alexandria
Dagmar, eldest daughter of their
Boyal Highnesses the Prince and
Princess of Wales, with Alexander
William' George.Karl of Fife', K. T
who were married at 12 o'clock in
tho privato chapel of Buckingham
Palace. Though the weather was
dull and the sun obscured, the
streets In the vicinity of Bucking
ham Palace and those through which
the various bodies of tho bridal
party wero to pass wero gay with
thousands of people in holiday at
tire. Flags and decorations lent a
festival appearance to public and
The sens of the Princo of Wales
and party were the first to arrive at
Buckingham Palace. They wero
received witli heaity cheers by tho
throngs who awaited the arrival of
tho Queen and the Karl of Fife with
his cousin and best man, Horace
Farqulwr, who made their appear
ance at 11 :30. Tlie'Quceti was at
tended by all the great officers of
state and olllcers of her household,
witli exception of Lord Chamber
lain, who was excused from attend
ance on account of bereavement.
The Queen's party witli its escort
of royal guards made a brilliant
Tho Karl ef Fife, dressed in the
full Highland costume of his clan,
arrived at noon. Tho Prince of
Wales, accompanied by the bride,
drove up in the state carriage used
by the Queen on occasions when she
opent I-nrli'mcnL In pnwn. The
procession to the cha el was quickly
made up ilud moved in gorgeous
array to the rtoori which were
thrown open at their approach. In
side the chapel the Queen was es
corted to the royal seat prepared
for her Majesty. The Earl of Fife
took position at the right of Ibe
altar and Princess Louise of Wales
at the left, while the march from
Tannhatiscr pealed from the gicat
organ. The chapel was elaborately
decorated for the occasion.
The bride was dressed in white
satin, with a duchesse train of the
same material, fastened to the cor
sage, the bodice cut V shape and
not long. 1 lie collar was of the
Medici style. The sleeves, which
readied to the elbow, were trimmed
witli rare old lace. A costly neck
lace of diamond solitaires, a gift of
the groom, encircled her throat,
nlille a miniature- fan nf sapphires
and rubies glistened in her hair. A
wreath of orange blossoms was fast
ened on the left shoulder and car
ried across below the right. About
the waist, and serving as a decora
tion to the skirts of the gown, was
another wreath of orange blossoms.
The veil was point do gauze. The
bridesmaids' gowns were point faille
of a delicate blush color.
The Arclibishop of Canterbury,
the Dean of Windsor, the Uishops
of London nud St. Albans ami the
sub-Dean of the Chapel Hoyal, the
olllciating clergy, began service nt
12:15. The bride was given away
by her fattfer, the Prince of Wales.
At the close of the ceremony the
Archbishop addressed the newly
married pair in happy chosen words.
A full choral service was rendered.
The music, which included the new
wedding anthem, expressly compos
ed by Joseph D. IJainby, under gen
eral direction of Dr. Bridge, the or
ganist of Westminster Abbey,
assisted by Jckyll) organist of the
Chapel Boyal of St. James, and a
choir of the" latter church.
At the close of the service the
Qcccn and Princess of Wales kissed
the bride. Then, as the organ broke
forth into Mendelssohn's "Wedding
March," the procession again form
ed and proceeded to the drawing
room of the palace, where the mar
riage register was signed attested
1)3 the signatures of the royal party.
Breakfast followed. The guests
weie seated in the supper-room, with
the Earl of Fife and his biide, while
the royal family breakfasted in a
separate room with the Queen. The
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-. . . .ITU j- - ko, .h.4.i.,-ttf&rf:iUJ
Effiiitable fe Assurance
OF THE UNITED STATES.
b- IT STANDS -fe
During the Year 1888j
Fuuds on Hand
Doc. 31, 1888, for
SNew York Goes Equitable by. a" Large Majority.
No better example of the estimation in which this great Company is held, can be given, than by- a conli
paralive statement of the business done by itself and its chief competitors in their common home, the city of
New Yotk. In New York a man can gel his information direct from the Home Office of the largest companies,
and has more accurate opportunities of judging their respective merits than anywhere else. As a result in the
City of Now York during the year 1888 the Equitable wrotu a larger amount of new business, than was
written by its Two LnrgflBt Competitors Combined. In tho State of New York the Equitable t
wiotc SI (808,4.11 more Insurance than the aggregate of its Two Largest Competitors Taken Togothor.'
It did the Largest Business in.lhe United StatC3, as well as in the World at a time when all Companies
were straining every nerve to pass'it.
The reason why this universal verdict goes witli the E uitable is on account of the Popularity of its
Plans and tho 'Promptness and Fairness of its Business Methods. As the Pioneer In reforms
its Policies have been and are being extensively imitated by others, a most graceful tribute to their merit.
The primary object of Life Insurance is to provide ready money against death. No Company can approach 'r
the Equitable record for promptness in this regard. The New Policy of the Equitable just out is
(like a bank draft) a simple promise to pay and is without conditions on its back.
JSTFor full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
toasts were "The bride and bride
groom" and "The Queen."
When the guests rose the bride
and bridegroom, escorted by the
Prince and Princess of Wales, tho
King of Greece, the Crown Prince
of Denmark and the officers of the
household of the Prince of Wales,
returned to Marlborough House via
Constitutional Hill, Piccadilly and
St. James street. The streets
through which the procession passed
were packed to their utmost, and in
every spot from which a view could
be obtained, the vast throngs cheer
ed the royal couple.
Mrs. Mackay's wedding gift to
Princess Louise is a pair of diamoud
ear-rings, costing 815,000. All her
wedding presents are valued at
200,000. Lord Fife's present to
his biide is a tiara and two neck
laces. The tiara is a mass of dia
monds and one of the most artistic
and valuable pieces of the kind in
The Yellow river of China has
again broken its banks, with incal
culable disaster to life and propeity.
Two million lives are said to have
been lost during the inundation, and
there was great delay in the work of
repair. The Chinese olllcials proved
to he both corrupt and inefficient.
The people of Central America
are said to be enthusiastic over the
Nicaragua Canal, and will do all in
their power to assist the enterprise.
The British forces July 2(5 shelled
the dervish camps in Egypt. The
rc-enforcements of dervishes are es
timated to consist of 700 fighters.
As an instance of cool assurance
the following request on a postal
card, recently lcccivcd by a promi
nent business agency in this place,
Oakland, Cal., June 4, P89.
II. B. A.
Gentlemen: Would you send,
me on all particulars of interest
concerning the Hawaiian Islands as
I am anxious to know concerning
the same. Just from East. Let
me hear from you at once. 1 would
be pleased to learn of your values
of properties and opportunities for
ono intending to settle in your Isl
Per Samuel McC , Jr.
Taking into consideration that to
properly give all the information
above requested would require sev
eral hours careful investigation and
voluminous vriting,andl.hat the party
making the request" did not even
send a stamp for return postage, it
would 3cetn that he is certainly not
lacking in cheek.
Ladies! Have You Seen the Latest?
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
AND ASK FOR THE -
SS H AT
S&- ALL THE GO EAST.
JUST BECEIYED PElt S. S. " AUSTRALIA
rPHE Refrigerator for the California
JL Fruit Market arrived on tho'Ala.
meda with Fresh Peaches, Plums, Pears,
Apricots, Celery; Cauliflower, Etc , Ktc.
DODD lias just received ex
"Umatilla" another lot of that
11 PHILADELPHIA LAG EH BEER"
in kegs, which he ,is ollerinc to his
customer''. ' 310 lw
Notice to Shippers.
PON completion of lay.
fner of tho Hawaiian
P.-icIllu Cablo on or about
3sEe2 Aujiubt !nh, the At Clipper
Schooner "C. H.Tuppur," Captain O. J.
Kelley, 100 tons, will lie open for chatter
for any American or British Columbian
port, or will return direct to Victoria,
B. C. For freight aud passage apply ts
E. O. Hall & Son, Honolulu, II. I.
BARTHOLOMEW & BAKER.
lew SATEEIS, SEERSUCKERS & PRINTS,
Laces &c JSmbroideries,
IN GREAT VARIETY at VERY LOW PRICES.
Dressmaking Department under the management of MISS
MR. W. WOLTURS and Mr. Ed. Buhr
have this day been authorized to
sign our linn name liv proem atlon
II. HACKKELD & CO.
Honolulu, August 1, 168J. !!M 8t
DEATH OF ANDREW WELCH.
Mr. Andrew Welch, senior mem
ber of the well known house of
Wolch & Co., Sail Francisco, died
rather suddenly at Portland, Ore
gon, July 25th. Mr. Welch was a
native of Scotland,
years of age,
of age, and arrived in San
Francisco about twenty-live years
ago. After a short sojourn in
British Columbia he returned to San
Francisco and went into business
there, founding the firm of Welch &f
Co, in 1805. His name soon came'
to the fore in the commercial world
and ho made a most enviable record
for business ability. For many years
lie carried on a commission busiiiess
and was interested to a great extent
in the production of sugar cane and
the manufacture of sugar. For a
time he held the position of presi
dent of the American Sugar Re
finery, which he resigned only a
short time ago. At the time of his
death he was a director of tho com
pany running that establishment.
He has ever been known ns a gentle
man of great business sagacity, and
in social and business circles was
highly esteemed for his many good
qualities. Mr. Welch was also a
partner in tho firm of C. Brewer &
Co., Honolulu, and the doors of that
establishment are closed to-day out
of respect to his memory. The de
ceased has left a widow, three sons
and one daughter who aro well pro
vided for by tho earnings of a well
DURING my Icinpornry alifcnco from
the Kingdom my brother, Muicus
It. Col bin u, will act forme under power
JOHN I COLBURX.
Honolulu, July ill, lt8!). 318 4t
BY a Japanese mau and wifo; the
man to work in yard and elable,
the woman to do housework anil cook
Apply at this offlcc. 312 lw
0-8 Heel & Spring Heel $1 50
8-10i Heel vfc Spring Heel $1 75
11-1:15- Heel & Spring Heel 2 00
i Heel fc Spring Heel $2 25
,v FOR SALE BY THE -
Manufacturers' Shoe Company, Hotel Street.
O BALED tenders
O tho Enterpiho Mill
Etc., Etc., Etc.-
be received at
Olllcc, for two
weeks from date, for tho construction
of a Two.slory House. Plans unit sped,
tlcations can bu tcen at the officii of
Enturprieo Mill. 311 2w
The nc.l term of Kainohamcua School
MONDAY, Sept. 2d.
Three gentlemen, having special nua.
liflcntioiuai teachers of manual training,
liavo Dccn eugagcu lor 1110 coming year.
Two of dicao are highly recommended
by Dr. Woodwaid of tho Culchruttd
Manual Training Behool of Wnnhingtou
Unlveiblty, being grutluatcn of thut in.
Btltiitiim. Tho other as Principal of
Ilobnkcn Academy has hau valuable
experii.MCC as an instiuctor iu several
bruncliM of manual training.
Applications for admission should he
mil Immediately to the Principal, as
rooms will he assigned in otder of
s3f For fuithcr Information apply to
Vt. U. Ol.ESOK,
8U tf Prlndpul,
-FOR SALE AT A BARGAIN-
All Ms of Camp & Wagon WM
Solicited at Very Low Prices.
PATENT BREAKS originated in Honolulu
'Reduced 25 Pur Cent in Pi ice.
by ua havo beou 4 , t
-JUST RECEIVED A LAltOE INVOICE OF
Second Growth of White Oak Spokes,
IIubH, Felloes, linns, . ,
Plnnkelc, Heavy Hickory Wagon,
Single & Double Trees, Etc., Etc.
"ALL AT A GREATLY REDUCED RATE.jtf(
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF BAR IRON.
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