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HATl'ItDAV, JAN. 11, 1800.
, , ARRIVALS.
7t M S M.u Iposa, Ilavwaid, ll'jd.iN
fiom Auckland, N '.
Slmr Mokolll from Molokai
.''i'Iii' Kaukcaniill from Kami
, , , D.PAHTUil.S.
lt MS S MnrlpiNn. Ilayw.ird. lor .- a 1 1
Htnir Iwiilani for l.aliaiua ami 1 1 iru:i -Una
at ID :i in
VESSELS LEAVING ON MONDAY.
Jap S S Yainahho Mam, Young, fur
Yokohama at 1'2 in
Slim' Mokolll for Molokai at r p m
.Stmi'.l A Uuininlii'. for Koolau al !)Ja m
Slinr .las Makec for Knp.m at I p m
Sclir Mary for llaualei
Kclii'Jtittulinw for Wal.ilae
Sclir Km Mol for Onoinoa. Hawaii
Sclir Kauike.imill for liauul
1'ioni Sydney per K M S Maiipma.
.Liu in Mis llcrtchiiaiin audit chllilicn,
MKs Katie lieitolniauii, Mr Frank lier
lolni'inn, Geo Turner, .1 .Marks. Mr ami
Mis Grundy, Win dkiNthui. Mi l'o.
ells, (J Croler. am ('lias I'ls-eiln;,'.
From Muni and Hawaii, per Mnir W
C Hall, .Jan lu C II I'.uker. II W Wal
laee, Mrs A Clink, Miss Miller, Mrs
Miller, CMelneeke. II M Alexander. 1'
Hinnlll. .f lltilioo, Major W II Corn
well, Willie. Cornwe.ll, Ham Wldillllislil,
.1 JO Miller, i I.ee, II V Pattim, T
O'lwwil.i, I, Kikoo. S Alanako, C X
.speneer. .1 C per, leo W Mellon-'all,
A Akai. .1 N S Williams and wife, G II
Tw llr. and W deck.
(or Han Kranckeo per 1! M S Maii
liosn, ,lun II Mrs W K Iitxtcr, dipt I'M
Howaul.lt MeKen.lc, Mis Ouiwfoid,
Miss Towers, Mr and Mis I'.uierast. J (!
Ilalllday, Hiew Nin-j, II Colili-Adams,
f. ollici-s and 7;! paencr' In tianslt.
From Molokai per slinr Mokolll, .Ian
1! lr. II Jtosc. Mis I) Met'or.Mnii,
Miss ltose, Mr Wan-ev, and 17 decl .
Tim .steamer I'ele brought ypsterd ly
from Maul and Hawaii ill liea'd cattle,
tilif) hags .siiK-n-, and ill) luj,'s coffee.
The sti-amer W (J Hall in rived yester
day afternoon from wlmluaid' poits
with ;!.7i"iti lilies Fiiya', -II paeknjri'.s
hides, i'0,"i lias awa. Jii." has collee,
' I'.'i.l paekae,es sundries, and in pig..
The schooner Mai v lironglit 1 1 (Ml bags
paddy lroin llauide!.
Tins foiir-inasted seliooner )lg.i is in
Hit! stream walling for sugar.
The tern KreilU Sanileis has been
docked at the Inter-Island Company's
wharf whore she is unloading her cargo
The steamers Likelike and Waialeale
are due to-morrow iiioiiiiug.
The steamer Iwalaul left ihlsmninhig
with 73 Japanese immigrant, lor Ku
kuiliaele. EXCEPTIONS NOTED.
ICditou Kui.i.utin: I suppose you
didn't have room to-day to attend to
Mr. Thurston's letter about Inspect
ors of Election ; I am presuming
you consider it not "too thin" to
take notice of, but I'll forgive you
if you say I'm too presumptuous;
to me it seems the thinnest thing the
"grand young man" has done yet.
"lie admits that there are -17 out of
171 inspectors drawing public pay,
that is over 28 percent, and whether
2S is an enormous percentage or not
depends upon circumstances. In
regard to the case in point, I don't
think your use of the adjective was
out of place.
Hut Mr. Thurston says that 18 of
the 47 are "justices or employees
of the Supreme and Circuit Courts,
over whom the administration has
no control." Admit that the IS aie
so employed, and, in view of the
way the Supreme Court allowed the
Administration to bulldoze it in the
famous manslaughter trial, admire
the texture of the "veil of thinnest
lawn" which Mr. Thurston tries to
throw over your readers' vision.
Perhaps, though, I should have re
served the superlative flimsiucss for
the next Item "quite a number of
school teachers." knowing the boss
teacher aud his record.
Why didn't Mr. Thurston go a
step further and say-that the Col
lector General, not the Cabinet, hud
charge of the Custom House?
About the spirit of the law and
the judicial position of the Inspect
ors, I'll tell you a little story little
sories beinsr in fashion: At tho
election of '87 a friend of mine, a
new chum, being desirous of help
ing forward Keform, made his way
'to one of the polling places for the
purpose of recording his vote in its
favor; somehow or other he got
hold of the wiong ticket, and was
about to drop it iulq the box in re
gulation form, when one of the
"judges" for that particular busi
ness, "the very nature of whose du
y' ticij prevented'his being a partisan,"
v ai, "Hold up; you don't want to
1 vote that ticket, do you?" Audit
was so. Perhaps wo have changed
all that, and perhaps not; the election-judge
ma' still take it upon
himself to instruct tho election-jury,
and if Mr. Thurston had been very
auxioMs about the spirit of the law
and could not get Inspectors outside
of tho publiu service, he could at
least have refrained from appointing
any noted partisans. Then, about
the letter of the law ; if there Is "no
statute picventing a Government
ollicial from holding two olllces at
once," is tliero not ono preventing
iis drawing pay for two at tho same
time, or am I thinking of some other
I see Mr. AVidemann has dis
claimed having had even a passive
hand in the Honolulu appointments,
aud altogether it looks as il there
had been a little partiality some
where. Non KixcTOit.
Honpliilii, Oth Jan., 1800.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
ilovrux .Specially (1o. tntii;lil.
Tin: b.ind plnye al Kiiinia S'qiuio
nt i :!().
L.MiliH, pleaco make a nolc of
Mix. U'lioinii's ndvcilitcniciii.
Admii.'AI. Uinibeilvand Lieutenant '
Morii.uu will lcuvo liy Ihc AtMr.ilia.
Xn dale for ihc next 110 yeate,
will lie complete without, the limine '.),
Tin: National Itefnini meetinn at
the Old Arnioiy lo-nighl opens at 7 -IM!
TifKiiiH for the litiston Specially
Co. at Mr. I,eve '.s ollli'i', (Jlieeil anil
Im'oiim.m'Ion is wanted alioiit Jos.
Kiimpclnmiin, n unlive of Wost
Tin: S. S. Ynnnishiin Mam will
leave for Yokohama and lloue,l:one,
at noon on Monday.
Tin: llri.i.miN tliunlc 1 1 i.-s Kxcol
lency ('. V. Afhfrnd, Altni ney-llcn-cial,
for Canadian ami lloston p.ipets
Do mil fail I.) m'c and hear Fi.mk
M. Clink and his galaxy of co'nii'
ailif-tunu the Opera lloil'c In m ids
A c.M.l. is issued to all tiiuiulicts of
the Hth Distiict Kcfoini Cluli to inccl
at the Kcfoiniatoiy School on .Mon
Mit. LnuisMin, of Ihc (inn of (iiin
Ii.iiiiii iv Co., m lid o a (.'hiistiiui.s pic
mmiI to his i.oii Sitiiiiicl, now heic, of
7.") shines of liana plantation .slock.
A N.vrm: was ln.l hy the capsizing
of a cauoi1 oil ICiuiiiak'akai, .Molokai,
last Wednesday. II was ioiijjIi
weather at the time. His lioily li.iv
not huen found vet.
A Hour 10 ::it o'clock last night a
veiy peieeplihle shock of t-ai thqiiala1
was expeiienccd at Waikiki. The
motion was noithwcst and soulhe.isl
and lasted about 2 seconds.
- - - -
Tiimii: will be a ciicket mulch on
.Saturday next between teams fiom
IT. B. M.S. Champion aud the crack
slime team. The Champion's team
has an excellent iccoid and iccently
defeated the Yictoiia leiim. .
CllAS. O.sman, fireman on the
steamer Pelo, was bound in !f.")0 by
Police Justice Foster thib molding,
not to commit any oflensu against
(he person of G. 1'. Tyicl, second
mate of tho same vessel, whom he
tlucatcned to kill.
A I'liiVATi: letter by the Australia
fiom a San Fiancisco merchant has
the following: "I bear that the
Tahiti mail is to go in futuie to Apia.
They will establish a steamer line
fiom Noumea to Tahiti, calling for
the mails at the former place."
Tins morning's "Aurora Hawai
iana" contains a very eulogistic in ti
de on Mr. A. Maiques, the candidate
of the National llefonn. Party. Our
Portuguese contemporary addrefs-es
a pressing invitation to all the Poi lu
guese oters to give their ballots to
this gentleman as llcpiesentalive for
the :trd watd.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
National Keform meeting, Old
Armory, at 7:30.
Boston Specialty Co., Opoia
House, at 8.
Mr. D. M. Crowley stales thai, a
man came to his storo with a book
and a native, and with all the air of
a Government ollicial stated that he
was sent by the Government to get
names for the electoral roll, and to
save voters the trouble of going to
get registered. Knquiry at the In
terior ollice proved thai no one is
authorised to do such woik by the
The It. M. ?. Mariposa sailed
from Sydney Dec. 2 1, at 10:12 p.
m. ; arrived at Auckland Dec. 20,
at 11 :tll a. m. ; sailed from Auck
land Dec. 30, at 3:11 p. in. ; touch
ed at Tutuiia Jan. 3, al 2: 10 p. m.
Experienced line weather and smooth
sea during the entire passage. The
Mariposa brought 32 cases merchan
dise, 3,") kegs butter, 10 cases rum,
and 30 cases mullet. The consign
ees are: II. Ilackfeld & Co., V. A.
Schacfer, Chief Justice .Itidd, Ilofl
schlaeger & Co., J. K. Itrown & Co.,
nui order. There were 11 passen
gers for this poit and '- bi transit.
The Maiiposa proceeded on her voy
age at- 2 p. in. to-day, with several
passengers from hence. The lii'i.
i.BTiS is indebted to Purser Thos.
Smith for liles, reports, and other
Chief Justice Judd presided at
the Supreme Court term this morn
ing, owing to the indisposition of
Mr. Justice Preston. Divorce cases
were disposed of as follow:
Miriam Keau vs. James Keau.
Divorce granted for failure to sup
port. Louis ltodrigo vs. Kllcn Itodrigo.
Mary II. McKeague vs. John Mc
Keague. Divorce granted for fail
ure to support.
Puiiku Kaleleku vs. Rebecca P.
Puuku. Plaintiff withdraws libel.
Mr. Justice lJickertonatchambers
adjudged Lydia Piikoi a bankrupt
on tho petition of John F. Colburn.
W. A. Kinney for petitioner; Cecil
Drown for respondent; F. M. Hutch
for John (Ciia,.
MuhIus unit Mti'iiimllitu--'rtic Victim
Moni'cel.v Kxneeled l llfcinci'-
Otlii'c llonu Oipliit:".
:riie road between Mr. John Gas- !
par's and Kaawaloi was Hit: scene,
ol a lather ugly tragedy about sun- j
set on Wednesday. A roitugnese '
named Mauoel, ulin lives a short i
distance maiika ol llarritt's black
smith shop, was on Ids way home-!
watd from Gaspar's stoic with a i
bag of Hour, lie was hit on the
back wilh a stone. The blow felled
him, aud looking totiud he observed
a Poilugiiesc neighbor ol' his uui,
known by the name of John, com
ing al, him. Ills assailant pioceedcd
to pound him on the liead and also
It) throttle him. John seems to have
concluded that he might as welt
make a thorough job at il. He got
a inpo round his victim's neck and
proceeded with the strangulation
act, after which lie turned hoiue
ward, but belore he had gone far,
one of Mr. Gaspar's men passed
him on the mad with a bag of Hour
on his head.
M.mocl managed In woik clear of
the strangling end and struggled
back to Mr. Gaspai's; wlieie he
was taken in and, alter being some
what reviwil, was brought by Gas
par and two ol his men, to Dr.
Mack. He was in a very bad plight,
covered with blood, moaning wilh
pain, spilling blood, and showing
very distinctly the marks of the cord
on his neck. The doctor rendered
what medical assistance was requited
and then, wilh a posse ol citizens,
proceeded in seaich of John. This
gentleman was in bed when the paity
reached his house. A pailev was
held through the window, John
being informed only that a bag ot
Hour was missing aud that he was
charged with its possession. lly
working the bag of Hour lor all it
was worth, the interviewing paity
induced John to join them. He. was
conducted to where the wounded
man was lying and thereupon en
sued a piece of interviewing that
would make a San Francisco re
porter's mouth water. The pros
trate man then and there gave the
account of the assault detailed
An examination ol John's clothes
resulted in the discovery of a couple
of blood marks on his shirt. Dr.
Mack, who while in lvona held a
commission as special policeman,
thereupon informed John that he
should remain where he was until
morning. Mr. Gaspar, at the ic
quest ot the doctor, despatched a
special messenger to Ilookenn for
the deputy sheriff, who arrived
about sunrise and, at the time of
this writing, has probably taken his
man in chaige.
There is a woman in the affair.
Mannel's wife has been, according
to her husband's statements, a
special object of John's attentions.
There has been a protracted domes
tic battle going on between the two
men for the possession of the wo
man to the gieat scandal of the vir
tuous in the community. The wo
man, has some keikis, the youngest
of which, she says, is John's. There
are other "doings" in Kona ol
rather sensational interest which
must keep for next mail.
Latest John's clothes were found
to-day in a washtub in the house
bloodstained, trousers evidently new
from the wash. He is locked up in
Ilookena jail. The victim's re
covery is very doubtful much
blood-spilt ing to-day.
The ballot boxes for the election
are on hand, having come by the
steamer on Saturday.
A refreshing slice of wet weather
was sandwiched into the "dry sea
son" between the 4th and 0th. Sa
turday and Sunday atternoons aud
Sunday night brought heavy rains
which were as welcome as they were
unexpected at this time of year.
Kona is again doctorless. Dr.
Mack leaves by the Hall on Thurs
day for the Lahnina distiict. La
haina has mads for a doctor to drive
on while Kona has nothing but ex
ecrable hi idle trails. So Kona uiiist
prescribe for herself or die, while
Lahaina will have the services of a
well qualified practitioner.
Mr. Myers lias made a good
start with a gang of men on the new
road at Holualoa. Il is to conned
the road along tho mountain with
the beach near Kailua. It begins at
Mr. Gouveia's place, Holualoa, and
slopes gradually down the mountain
side, the grades to be, at no part,
more than six feet per hundred.
Another line of road is in course of
construction from Hookena inoiiii
tainward and will bo graded by the
same rule. Whichever of the afore
said roads is lirst completed will be a
phenomenon in Kona. It will be
the first "inslitonliou" of the kind
in the district. Its opening
ought to bo celebrated. Merger's
band ought to be employed for the
occasion to go over the track with
martial tread playing Hawaii Ponoi
and every other ponoi. The inhabi
tants having occasion to pass over
any of the new highways will carry
silk stockings in their pockets to put
on before they step on the "phono
meiiQii" and put off again when they
leave it. Your street cars and Oah'u
rail cars are cheap novelties com
pared with a Kona road. It is
doubtful if Kona quadrupeds will be
able to walk on the new roads for
the lirst year or so. They won't
know what such things are for.
lie is said to be a benefactor of
his race and country who makes
two blades of grass grow wlero only
one grew bofore. The Holualoa plan
tation company arc surely entitled
to credit for making not exactly si
chAH ft era
nll ni'i'iiy ltlMtc, No. 1 l-'ocl Wti''M.
Fncli, Eilisli nl American Dry nd Fancy (Ms,
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
l'VI.L I IN'K Ol HOLIDAY (IOODK
cific Hardware Co., L'd,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Goods,
A Ni:V INVOIt'K OF
Glassware & Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Ci.ilv.inieil Fence Who, Ul.u 1; filed Fence Wiie, (lalvani.ed Staples,
Ulael: Staph , Special (luility Fence Staples.
NEW GOODS ! -&a K3- NEW GOODS !
In all liii"- hy l.ite auiv.iK Agents for
ItulilHM' (Jarileii Ifoso, Wlro Mound How, Slcnm ilii'ic,
OP Vl'.liV SI'IMIIIIOR OJUI.1IY.
l'.WMFIC 1IAUDWAUF. CO., (I,V),
II. V. Dii.usmiAM, .1. (!. Ki'i:N('i:i(, K. L. Wis ir.it,
j.uHi'.ifl I'lCMilent. Manager it Seeietary. Tiea-inrr.
blade of grass but many acres of
sugar e.ine giow wlieie nothing of
any value grew before. Their cane
lields aie rrPll thriving coudillou.
The planted aieas are being contin
ually extended. A huge plot of
land, inauha ol the planted lields,
containing some bundled aeies, lia-i
been cleared and is about icady fr
-.ceding. A mill is said to be on the
way f i oiii (lerinanv for Holualoa. A
Jinc stream of water comes down
over me iocks toward mc planta
tion. It is s:iid to oiigiuate in a
swamp some nulcs up the mountain.
This water is intended to he utilized
for lluniing Lane to the mill. .More
power to lie man or body of men
who will conveit the wild wastes
into waving cane and make the cat 111
pioduee something for the benclit of
man or beast.
Kealakekua, .Ian. '.I.
6th District Reform Club !
All members of the. above t'luli -in' I"
iumImI to iiict nt the
Monday Evening;. .Inn. i:,
AT 7 O'OT.O'JK,
I'or the ptir'-u ol selecting Deleuiifs
to iiit't'l with Delegate.) truin oiIim
t'liiln to nominate (Iniiiliiltttus ler
Nobles lor the Island r I OjIiii; uNo lor
the purpii'e nt nominaliiij' a Oiiiiiliilile
toi Kepiejotiiatlvonf tlin Fifth Oifttiirt.
I."i0 3t Ohuiinmii.
1st : DISTRICT
MEETING NOTICE !
A meeting of the
1st District, tloforni Club
Will he held at Ihc
Beretania Street School House,
MONDAY EVENING, Jan, 13tli,
AT 7 O'CWICK,
For Ihc purpose of ch cling Delegates to
tin! Nnminuting Convention, lor ihc
uoiaiiinlion of Camliihites lor Noble
anil iiominalin a Candidale lor Hepre
sentalivoof the Filrtt Dislriel
IVr order A. YOl'XO,
C. T. Wll.Dl'.n, t h.iiiiiian.
Votors Allonlion !
In piusiianei' of the call of the Central
Coiiiinltteu there will be a nieeiiii,' ol
tin; above named Club on
Monday Evening, the 13tliinst,
AT 7 O'CLOCK', at
ATKINSON'S SCHOOL HOUSE,
I'.iuoa alley Ito'itl,
For the purpn?e of lioininaiiiin a Cm.
ilidati! for llepresi'iitntivit for ilmi l)i.
ttlct, and tho election ol Delegates In
Ihc Convention for the noiulimlioii of
CHiidiilale-t lor Nobles
W. II. HOODS,
118 'It ."efneliiry.
All incinherH of the above Club aie
culled K) meet ut the
MON'OLlM.r IMFI.KS AH.MultY.
IMoudny Kveniii;-, .Ian. Hi,
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
For Ihc j in pope of electing Delegates lo
Ihc Noiiibniiiinr Convention, and to
lioiiiin.ilc a Ilenrcoenlalivu lortleDia.
Uict. K. U. bCIIUMAX,
It!) Ill Seuieliiiy.
4th District Meeting Notice !
A meuihii! nf llm Knurl h District llclnini
Club will he held at Hut
"OLD ARMOHY," (VU r.KN Sr.,
Alondn.v lvtiiiiiiK, .ian. I. 'Mil,
AT 7 O'CLOCK,
For the purpose of electing Di'linics
to tin Nuiiibiutbij; Conveullou for
Nobles, ami iioininaiini: a Candiilal
for Henri Hwitntlvit of the Fourth Ilia.
ttlct. I't-T order.
i:ii. W. SMITH,
T. C. I'duikii, Chaltiinin.
Seciclary. -1.17 II
Dye Black: Hose in 1M k Plain.
i . .i. 1 1 n.
Saturday, Jay. 11th.
FRANK M. CLARK'S
Boston Specialty Co.
Arrived hy S S AiMrilia,
The (ImiicM Speeiillv Ooiniiiiintioii
lliiil has ever vmlnl the In) tints
now on a loin un uml
khank m. claim;.
.sam ma1mon, ,
miss macdk ciiatwood.
.101 IX Tl'DOU.
t5?" The ii hove coinhln'itio 1 will ap.
peur in u pioiaiiiine h.iiiiEiil of S art;.
Firs! ptoduciiiin in Honolulu of the
World Fauieit'J ,M;t Co.niily
Muldoon's Picnic :
si:f. it -i&aisr ski: it
l.r() Latiglis in 1.r0 IVi initios
CiV bov plan for iweiveil vnU for
Hie M"imi now open.
B&jy- ll(i plan lor opcniiu: )iij;lil will
open at !l o'elecl;, Hulutday morobitr ill
L .1 Li-vcy V ulllee. -1 1!) Ill
j Steamship Comp'y
VOll SAN FJJAXCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will hae llonohihl lor the abnve
Friday, Jan. 17, '90
For Freight or Passive, apply In
WM. 0. 1IIWIN & CO., Ajents.
I'd "S, S. Aiiklralla,"
At The Beaver Saloon
II. .1. OITH?rroiirii'li'.
-200 BBLS FRESH
.luil unci veil c'."Jidy Lump on,"
: .' '
ror. t-i.i: w
OASTLE & COOKE.
'H r iV fA tS A trr
a ifc Ijr U in Mf r"!
Equitable Life Assurance Society
UF TIIH rXITICI) STATICS
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
liciicral Agent for the Hawaiian liluml".
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE: AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
PLANTATION WUI'I'II l'H.
Oaipcutein', Illack-iiiitlis', Macliinisl.i' &. I'liiiulici.-i' Tor.ln,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS!
Kilchen UIcumIh, l'.iiuH, OiD,
Blake's Steam Pumps, WesUin's Centrifugals,
Yllcox & Glbjs, Kemiugton Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sobs Family Medicines.
$5,000 Worth of Silverware,
VISIT OUR STORE AND GET YOUR HOLIDAY PRESENT
OUIt (JUAND HriiVEK (J1FT SALK
On MONDAY, December 16th, 1880,
nuiiu Ihi.s pain eveiy ciitloincr 1urehasiii; Ihc aiuoiint of $'J.fiO
v.'oith will iccoivo a luuulfoiuc
( 'oino and examine our NEW GOODS, ami you will iiml then) much
newei and lower in pricea than elnevhero. It iu our uualteiahle detertnina
lion lo have no lccourm) to iniuleading or misreprctientHtion. Our aiUeilic
nicnl t lily icpicKunlH tliu Gooda wo oiriu1 for Bale.
Ovor 120 doz. of LadioB' Fine White Un trimmed Straw Hate.
gjSf Look lit our Hotel Sliect Window and oeo the fino display of
Stlveiwari! hiiitahlu for tliu Holidays. J03
Tho near appioach of tho holidayH and overstock of GooiIm inao it iiupc
i.itivo thai wo inako tho moat ladicnl and HwenpiiiK clnuiKea in our prices,
and wo feel fully justified in publicly
p.tltonrt can hcciuc advautaguH in
Dry lioiiils, Milliify & Gents' Furnsig Goods,
Which have never been equaled,
H08IERY ! HOSIERY ! HOSIERY! "
! 1 2 iloA-IiadieH1 Halhriuan I los-e, mIIc (docked ; A do, box, only $ 1.10 for the box .
I. . lilies' Coloied lloidercd liaudkeichicfrt.KOod iinility ; 7fi ctaadoi.
CELLULOID GOODS, PLUSH GOODS, XMAS CARDS, AT COST.
gjtf Our Millinery in tho fluent line exhibited in thin city.
)rWo will nial;e reductiotiN iu nil our department).
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is Reseived g
VuruUlicM, Lamp OocmIh and
Etc., Etc., Etc.
iiHsertint; that in tliu coming wevk our
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