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SATURDAY, AI'H. :, 18L0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND COMPANY'S
Leave Ilnuciliilti !:00
Anlvc iMiiniiiiii '.IMS
Leave Mamma 11 :(Hi
Arrive Honolulu It: t
. '.)::: i
. 1 1 :(W
Sluir .llokolil from Mnlukal
Stun .((is Milken from Ivaunl
Sehr Kn Mni from Puna
Apt II. V
Stmrlwiilaul for I.iilinliiu and llama
kua :it 10 :i m
Sehr Kuliiinaiiu for iliuvall
r bl; Dc-inflcld, Irvine, for
ctcont l'.' in
Ji Jl S S Mariposa, liny ward,
FraneNco at 10 a in
Schv Kawallaul forKooltiu
Am uh Ik Emma F llerriinan,
for llu: Arctic Ucenn
Am wli hk Tamerlane, Shoekl
(lie Arclle Ocean
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Simr.I A Cummins for Koolau
Sinn- iMokolll for Molokai
Stnir Kllauea Hon for Lionotnu a ml IV-
peckco at 4 p in
Sehr Kauikeaoull for Kohala
Kchr Mol Walilne for Ilamakua
IT S S Mohican. Shcpard, for Samoa
Jap S S Yuuiashlro Marti, Youiiy. for
Yokohama at li.Mii
From Molokai per stmr Mokolil, Apill
-lr S 11 Swift.'
The hlitnc S O Wilder will -nil for
San Francisco about next Wednesday.
ThostuirC It Bishop took (ill Japan
ese Immigrants for the Waiuimu planta
tion, and the steamer lwalani -U .lap
anese,2."i men and 7 women for Kukalau,
and 10 men and '2 women for I'aaullo.
ST. AXnitr.W'.S OATHKDltAt. I'lltST
The first service of the Easier fes
tival will he held this evening at 7
Easter Day. Cathedral services.
Holy communion (choral) G:!J0n.
m. ; eelclirant, the lit. Rev. the
Bishop of Honolulu.
Morning prayer and Holy Com
munion l):!10a. m. Sermon by Rt.
Rev. the Hishop of Honolulu.
Hawaiian evensong and baptisms,
.) :.'50 p. m. Sermon by Rev. 'W. II.
Evening l'raycr, (j p. in. Sermon
by Rev. II. II. Gowcn.
On Easter Monday and Tuesday
there will be celebrations of the Holy
Communion at (1:30 a. m.
M'.COXl) cosfiiir.n ATIOS.
Holy Communion at 7 :!.") a. in.
llvnm 12."i Ye choirs of new Jerusalem
Kyrleand Sanetus Tours In F
Hymn 127 At the Lamb's High Feast
Gloria inExeelsis Old Chant
Xuiu: DinilttW I oublo Chant
"Morning prayer, 11:1.5 o'clock.
Services as follows :
Hymn 123 Ye choirs of new Jerusalem
--x Festival responses Tnllls
Luster l'snlm Humphrey's In It flat
To Ileum Tours In F
Jubilate Tours in F
Anthem On the lht day of the week
Hymn KI5 The strife Is o'er.
Sermon Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
Hymn KU Jeus OlirNt Is risen to-day.
Evening prayer, 7 :!!0 o'clock.
Hymn 130-Clulst the Lord is Risen.
Festival robponses Tallls
(ilorlus Humphrey's In U Hal
Cuntato Domini llrldgewater In A
Hens Mlscruleiir Hriugewater in A
Anthem Christ out l'nsover.. Chappie
Hymn 140-Jcs'us Lives.
Rev. Aiehdeacon Kh.iw of Japan
Hvinn Christ the Lord.
Orgau TrhunjiUal March.... fSulhmuit
UOJtAS CATHOLIC CATUKDIt.W..
At 0 and 7 a. m. low masses,
with holy communion. At 10 a. m.
high mass, sung by his Lordship the
llishop of Olba, and followed by
baptism of infants and' adults. At
" 11 p. m. confirmation, rosary, bene
diction of the M. 1$. Sacrament.
CTNTUAI. UNION CUUlK.'ll.
At the 11 o'clock service the choir
will sing lluek'.s Festival To Deuin
An Easter praisa service will be
held at 7 :30 o'clock. Music as fol
(Soil Hath Appointed a Day 'fours
Chi 1st the Lord Is RNcu Hack
Itencdlctus In (1 Jlnek
Advertlso then! no retreating!
Let the senseless croakers rave,
While your heart with hope Is beating
(You will always find a lotot people
in every community who are blind
to their Interests; but while youarc
making faiuii and fortune),
They will llud oblivion's grave.
Printer's ink will lead tho battle
Printer's Ink, thn balm of life;
Printer's Ink no din, nn'rattle
(No, It does Its work quietly; and
In the great warofeonipetltlon.whfiii
judiciously and thickly laid on, It
Loads the van against the strife.
New Zealand Typo,
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
will deliver Easier buns
A rid is ollered for n prize liy 1'iof, i
Coon to-night. . i
Lovij'h llnkeiy will
Fntut deaths occurred ul (ho
ii i in M'llleiiii'iil, l..iic, la-d week
'I'm: Typoginphienl I'nion nieeln
at Ilatnipny Jlnllnl 7 this evening.
Jas Gay 1ms n notice to spoilsmen
rogaiding moo hoises for tho 1 1tli of
.. - .. .
Mu. Lewy Iiiih si caul lo-d.iy nil
nouneing furthcoming tlicntrieal at
Unctions. Tin: Hawaiian News Co. is thanked
for a copy of the Mikado, which it
fells for 2" centH.
Jr.v II r.i: informs Hie public that
ho Iiiih icstimed ownership of the
linnin, will preach
Cathedini nt the
Shaw, of Yolo
in St. Andrew's
7 SO leivire to-
Tlinfesuonf the Anglican Church
Cluoniclu for April is postponed till
the middle of next week, in oider
that it may include accounts of all
tho Easier services.
Or late u large- iiumher of people
have hecn visiting JCahuku on this
island wheio the new plantation is
being iniide. Mr. Alev. Young and
Mr. T. JI. Davios were tlieie on Kii
' - -
Nativi: hoys of l.aie are going to
give a conceit, evpecteil to lie a line
one, ul the M-hoolhoiHe tlieie this
evening. It will he under the direc
tion of Mr. Cain Kealohapauolo of
A.v iion smokestack reaching a
height of 70 to 80 fet from tho
ground was elected on the Union
Iron Co.'s boiler furnace this foie
noon. It was made on the ground
by employees of the woiks.
Tin: I)i'M.i:tis' stall' is waxing fat
on hot cro.ss buns. Love's Hukciy
sent a bushel down yesterday. "A
we go to press," all hands aro "lound
tho stone" in anticipation of u ton of
them on the way from Horn's Hakery.
Mu. W. II. l'at ton, formerly iden
tified with the Consolidated Viiginia
mines of Nevada, and now with the
famous Hrokeu Hills mines of Aus
tralia, was a through patsougcr on
the Mariposa, accompanied by his
wife and daughter. He was recog
nized here by several old California
Mit. James Mills, managing direc
tor of tho I'nion Stenmsliip Co. of
New Zealand, accompanied by his
wife, is on hoard the Mariposa on his
way to England. The Union is as
sociated with the Oceanic Co. in tho
Colonial mail contract. Mr. Mills
received courteous attentions from
Hon. "W. G. Irwin, who attended him
at the l'alneo presentation this morn
ing. A NEW HAWAIIAN DIRECTORY.
.1. C. Lane, who was here in 1888
and made a Directory of tho King
dom of Hawaii, returned by thn
Australia on the same mission. The
new work will contain a morn com
plete description of the places of
interest in all the Islands, how
tourists may reach them, etc., be
sides a carefully prepared list of all
adults, willi their occupation, place
of business oncl residence. Tho
directory will have a large circula
tion in thn States and will assist in
inducing people to visit the islands.
Miss Nelly Illy, tho round-lhe-worklist,
was very popular with the
few who knew her during her short
stay at Hongkong recently, but she
was a failure as far as accuracy
went. Thi3 is the way she shows us
up to tho world : In Hongkong I
rode about tho city in a sedan chair
willi four coolies carrying it and a
Chinese guide. I was particularly
struck with tho court-house and jail
of the city. In front of tho .jail
there was a big fantau game running,
and inside was an opium smoking
place. The peculiarity of the jail
is that they don't closo the doors."
Hi-yah ! Hongkong Telegraph.
ANXIETY FOR MR. ARUNDEL.
llev. S. K, Bishop received a let
ter from Mr. J. T. Arundel, tho
English capitalist well-known here,
dated Thursday Island, Torres
Straits, Feb. 27. In the letter Mr.
Arundel says: "I arrived here tho
day beforo yesterday and am wait
ing for the British India steamer
Quetta duo to-motrow to take nic to
Ilalavia,atul possibly Singapore"
At 0 o'clock at night on the "to
morrow" mentioned, tho Quetta
struck n sunken rock and immedi
ately sank, about 20 miles from
Thursday Island. Many lives were
lost and somo survivors readied
Thursday Island, The accounts in
tho Sydney papers would indicate
that tho steamer had not been at
Thursday Island beforo the disaster.
Mr. Bishop's letter has caused much
anxiety among Mr. Arundel's many
friends hero. Besides the foregoing
inference from tho accounts, 'addi
tional assurance of Mr. Arundel's
safety is, lound in the absence
of his name from tho lists of
both drowned and survivors. Latest
accounts represent PJ.'l persons
missing out of 282 who were on
DAILY BULLFPItti JIUNULULU, IJ. 1.,
Ht'ltKU' 01 CYsimis, 1
Ilonoltiltt, II. I., April II, 1800. )
Ills Excellency S. M. Damov, Min
ister of Finance.
I .N'V: I have Hie honor In submit.
t to Vour Excellency Hie tahle of tlie
i principal doincMiu exports of the
I Hawaiian Islands, for llic quarter
; ending March HI, ISS10.
I Alfco, a comparative (aide of ex
. polls for the three months, 1800,
eoinpni oil with coi i esponding period,
138!l. I lme the honor to he, Sir,
Your most obedient Seivunt,
A. S. Ci.r.nnonx,
Quantities ami Values of tho Princi
pal Domestic Exports, Hawaiian Isl
ands, for tho Quarter ending March
31, 1800, by Customs Districts.
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CV - 'A 11 3
TJoinwtio Exports, Hawaiian Islands,
First Quatter, 1890, Compared
with Corresponding Period, 1889.
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A LIVE FIO will bo given away, as
ri. a prize, by Prof Coon, at Wniklki
THIS (.Saturday) EVENING. 321 It
AMKKTINfi of the Hawaiian Itlllo
.Woolatlon will he held nt the
Hawaiian Hotel, on SATUUDAY
EVEXINO, April Ctli, at 7:!W o'clock,
io consider the report of the committee
appointed to select a new range for tho
Association. A. full attendance) is re
quested. I'cr order.
J. IL SOI'EIt, I'iceident.
, J. 0. Hotiiwki.l, Sccreinry. 320 21
TO LUT for tho llth
of June Usees: 1
Ortiy Coll, 11 yenrs old,
by Gov. btanfonl, dam
- Idle Girl, and the Gray
'I' ? r 2 n s- P s s '
? M.5 E'JT'S 5 t. "rf a
"! " ' 5 7 Sr" ' ?
-' i i; o ! s c r. 5 E -
. !.! .". 5' 7 2. ." ' ? G
i ! : i : : j : j V--':
''''' ' ' '-"&,2T
I ? i
Filly, fl ycais old, by Gov Htnuford, dam
Fnlumnna. Sealed bids for both borhts
will bo received anytime ilurliiB the next
ivioweekp. Apply to
J ah. GAY,
1. H. Ellher of these colts will hold
a mortgage on any race for Hawaiian
breds in which they may start. Hoth In
llneordet. (131 2w
PRESENTATIONS AT THE PALACE.
His Majesty the King, attended
by tho Chamberlain, Col. CL W.
Sincfarlane, and the. Yicc-Chanilier-laln,
Mr. .1. V. Robertson, waslmsy
receiving visitois at the Valace (his
morning. The following persons
were prcionled :
Mr. and Mis. .lames Mills, ol
New Zealand, accompanied bv linn.
The Rev. Aiehdeacon and .Mis.
Shaw, of Yokohama; dipt. Young,
of the S. S. Yainasliii'n Maui, and
Miss Young, ami tho Uev. Alc.
Mackintosh, of Honolulu.
The lion. Col. and Mrs. Allan
(ardiner, of England.
.Mr. ('. S. Noycs and Miss Noyes,
of Washington, 1). C, and Miss
Wlnnifred Scott, of San Francisco.
The Hon. Paul Neumann and
Miss Neumann, of Honolulu.
17ASTER "" 'or I.adle-i
1:j Hats for MUsc, Kaster
Children at Uha. .f. FNIiel's.
N linnieitH' nvsnitment of Triminci
Hitler Hals ill CIiih. J. FMiol'.-.
P lineal slock of I.ailli'
Hats can be
seen at Cha
From 5 a. m. to 5 p. tu.
To-morrow, April 6,
Candy Factory & Bakery
F. HORN, Proprietor
Tuesday Evening, April 8th,
will nt: ciivr.N
Gilbert & Sullivan's Well-known Opera
with Tin: follow imi cam :
The Mikado of Japan
Mr. It. Monteagle
NanM Poo (his son)
Mr. W. 11
Koko (Lord HIkIi Kxeeutloiier).
Mr. K. F.lJMiop
I'ooh Hall (Lord High Kverylhlng
Elbe) Mr. W. I.ewers
Fish Tuh (a Noble I.oid)
mv. j. iiieiiia
Ytini Yunil SUtets, f Mls F. Nolti
l'ittl Sing Wards Sirs. J. Itowl
Feep lio j of Koko (.MIsi M. Llh
.Mr. U. iilciiiaiin
Kathha (an elderly lailv in love with
Nanki l'no) Mrs. V. Dlinond
ASStSTlUl nv A
Large Sl Efficient Chorus St Orchestra
WS9" Hox plan open at olliee of L. J.
Lcvev. on Monda'v, Apiil 7th, at
o'eloek a. M. 320 It
Base Ball Goods !
Mrs. THOS. LACK,
Agent fur Spalding llase Hall suppliri,
will receive per S.eaincis Aus.
tralia and Abimeibi a full
' line of the latest
Base Ball Novelties for 1
The Rules & Regulations for '90
Do not forget that .Mrs. Tlios. Lack,
81 Fort street, has the agency
fui the world renowned
SpaiUliitf'.s Snorting GooiIh.
tW Cull for one of
Government Coupons Lost !
March 2:ird, Coupons $!t0, lloud No. 221
Honolulu, March W. IS'JO. 511 If
For Sal at Low RateH
NEW Phaetons and Top lluggles,
Frazer and Cold Waller Curls, 1
lluslness Utigitie, Pole and Slinfl; also,
Seconddiand Hacks, Open and Top Hug.
gics, all In good condition; and Horses
suitable for plantation un. Applv
HAWAIIAN HOTEL 8T.UH.BS,
fill lm S. I. Sliaw, Maiuger.
A1MUL 5, law
..,x.-...iit.w.j in mi -.U.c.'---.-. i-J.J. J-.JI'J'"I nmn-rrnvrryrfj?ume;ii -
Auction Salos by James V. Morgan
lly nml tttt.lt r the p . r nt 'itle jrhen
to V. M niltv.ii, piedi'i-e, b 11 .'"il.i
l'ojslni, plitlii" i. in- Miiirh l'.". ISsT I,
J. S Wnlktl, JveeuHif of tin- KMnte !
W. M. GUhoii (l .to,) .lei-i neili, v.lll n V
tit I'llblif Alielluii b'v .liiiiii'i 1' Mi.rpup,
niioiionerr, nt hi' SulHio mi, iiilju'in
fitrefi. In Honolulu,
On WKDX1SSDAY, April O.
AT 14 U' MK'K VOO.V,
'I hat ciitabi Ihtst in Marble of
King Victor Emanuel
i:cctitrd bv ! Si'o i:Httil. The al 1
Dust was tkpositul with and pledged to
said W. M. CllnOn on sttld March 15,
18S7, by G iiibi lio slttl to ceeittn the
ri'viyuieiil if if'i'.n nml luteiee' thereon
nt !) percent per iiiitmin. with power lor
wild pledgee to jell Mild llti-l and nlin.
tiST The Il'ist will be en exhibition
until the dav bef.iie Mile, in lite window
of "tore in Campbell'-. Block, on inaktii
dlilc nf Metehant "lirrl, lately (ii-eiipleil
by J. V. Ilniuti ,V Co
l'.u. of i'M.aleot V. M Glb-on.
V A. WnniMi Allot nev.
Honolulu, March ill, lbitil. MK ill
Fort Street above Hotel Street.
477M BOTH TELEPHONES Jf477
The above Stable- are now full v
equipped and aie prepared to furnl-Ii
the public at a iiuHnentM notice i lilt
Horses & Carriages, Wagonettes,
Suireys. Dog Can-, T-'Ic. F.te.
Ityiho Dny, "W-U oeJW.oiitli.
Anil satisfaction guaranteed. Special
attention paid to the cure of carriage,.
Cor. :LM'outiU. V- Itelliel fellM,
Opporiitc the Felice Station. Itoth
Telephones 132, anil connected bv elee
tile bell with Stable, so that ii hack
can be called at either place.
tar Xew Hacks, Safe Hor-es, and
flood, Sober Drivers.
S. V. UllAHAMU
1 lw .Manager.
Per"S S. Austtalia,"
At The Beaver Saloon
II. .1. XOlTF,, Froprietor.
FOR SAN FRANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will have Honnlijlttfor tho abovo
Friday, April 11th,
For Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. 0. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
The .11 NIcniiiNlilp
Will leave Honolulu for tho above ports
on or about
Monday, April 7th.
AT tit O'OI.Oi'fi. .MV.
W For f i eight or passage, hivlnt;
si'l'.erior cabin uiid shurage aceomiuo.
ilntions, apply to
, G. IRWIN & Co.,
FMtAFT No. 12S, drawn
by the Ho-
XJ iinmii Sugar Co.
Feb. 10, lb'JO,
fur 320 has been lust or stolen. All
pintles tiro hereby warned agalufct
negotiating satnr Vi'l lm
Notice of Sain ! : m"Ti,": I
I IKDEiiNITY BONDS "" I
l? . il Mf
Society of the
Ea:tfftct Fro.ii Auuual Circular tu Agdats,
"We pin pose placing in your liand to offer to the public an Indem
nity liond. Many will "be attracted by the fact that you are s'clling tho
bonds of a life, insurance society with asscsts over Sld.'i, 000,000.00, and
will not fail upon examination to sec its intrinsic merits.
"This, with our various forms of Tontine Policies will, (as you an
now able to quote the results of twenty year Tontine?) give you great
advantages over others, as no other company will for a number of years,
be able to show actual rosultq on similar Policies.
"IIF.NHY H. 1 1 YDK,
84f" Send for illitilrative pamphlets, or f.-rdl in person on the tuuler--ugiicd.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kfpiitable Life Assurance Society
of the I. S. Jan-l-Oo
1 I !! . II I II I II I M 1W
A l.AlKii: ASFOUTMKNf OF
AMATEUR OUTFITS !
From .tS.'iO to 'rlOO Katb.
r.""KODAK CAMERAS'!', "j
The M. A. SKF.D and tho CAlSBl'TT DItY I'l.ATKS.
The YKAIt HUOIC OF lMIOTOC.KAI'HY,
lUtriTSH JMIOTOliltAl'HIC ALMANAC,
A.MF.IUCAN ANNUAL OF I'HOTOOUAl'HY
And I'HOTOfUtAl'HIC MOSAICS.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 FOllT HTRERT. ::::::
K. U. Hknuisv, rresldcnt .V; Manager.
tloiiKlliiY ItitowN, Sceietaty ,; Treasurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
C I -KM IT
Oppo. .SprcckolH Hnnk, :
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Oeauino Haviland China, plain
l'iano, Library - Stand Limps, Chandeliei.- it Electoliers,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assor'.in't of Drills i Kilo-.,
The "Gazelle" !l-w heeled Hiding Flow A- Kquuluor,
llluebe.ird Hiee Plow, l'la liter' Steel &: ttoosunecked Uoso,
LAUD, CYLINDER, KEHOSEXE, LIN.-JEED,
Paints, N'.iiniulics A Hruahes, Manila L Sisal Hope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
Home, Hong. JtdLoe,
KUimEU, WIUE-JIOUNI) of superior quality, fc STEAM,
Again Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table ,t Pocket Cutlory,
Powder, Shot A- Cups, Tho Celebrated "Club" Mneliiuo-luiiilediJartridgG!.
Unit's Puleut "Duplev" Die Stock for l'ipo .t Holt Threading,
llartuian's Steel Wire Foneu it Steel Wire Mnts,
Win. 0. Fisltor' Wroui;lil Steel IUurim
Onto City Stono Fillet,
"New ProccsV' Twist Drills,
nnv-29-89 Neal's Carriage Paints.
r SHAKES Mutual Telephone Stock
t) No. 220. lVi-hons are warned
against iie;;otiatln;; the ame as trniirfer
has been 'topiied.
517 lw J. II. WODKHOrSK. J it.
YOUNG Woman to do general liote-e-work.
Apply at i-lorc of
C. J. FISH EL.
'pHE annual meeting of the members
X of the Hawaiian Jockey Club will
be hebl on MONDAY, April 7th, at 7:110
o'clock I'. Jl., at the Hawallnn Hotol.
C. O. REKGEK,
'IMIE adjourned annual inectinj; of
L the stockholders of lite Inter
Inland Steam Navigation Co , (LM), will
be held at the olllce of the Company on
TUESDAY, April 8lb. at 10 o'clock a. m.
.1. L. MoLEAN,
5lfi id Sicrctary.
People's Ice & Rcl'rip;ortt
'piIE olliee of the above Couipanj ha-.
X been removed to the puonlses
occupied by Messrs. J. F Itrowu .fcCo.,
Old Capitol Huildlngs, next Pot Olliee.
Messrs. J. E Uiowu it Co, arc audio
lied to eolleet all accounts. Tele
phones Hell 172, Mutual 170.
W. O. SMITH.
President P. I. & It. Co.
Honolulu, A pi II 1, lSltO. riJHjP
lIKEWOOl) for sale at Huwallan
.1; Comtuurchil Halesrootnn, corner of
(Juccu mid Nuuanu streets. l8 tf
John Ksa, Viec-1'reshlent.
Ccutl. ItitowN, Auditor.
Fort Siii'tft, lloiittlnla.
and decorated; and Wedgowood
SALT FOR SALE.
I HAVE received a few hundred bag?
jl oi nan, ot tuc very nest it'
each bag weighing 120 pound", I will
tell nt very 'liiwesi prieu at il eacli;
speoiat ledue.tioii by tho ton. Orders
flora other Islands will be piomplly
attended to uilh satisfaction guainii.
teed. Address all orders to
511) 'Jui Hiibnoipo, Honolulu, Oulm.
BY Mav 15lh,
witbin 10 min
of l'o?t Olllce. .Must contalu
at least six rooms, bath and cnok hoiiH'.
Address "P. O. Ilov itlli." 514 lw
COTTAGE convi nienl to
I quiet plane near Hotel. Mo
derate icnt desired Address "O. ('.,"
KUM.KTIN Olllce. 500 If
rpo rent for 1 month a Lirgn
X ltoont or Hall, either
At-FlM X llnom
9MI ground tloi
bo centrally kituatcd
ground floor or upstairs, must
lteal Estate For Sale.
TWO Hnusis and Lois on
ltobello Lane, I'nlnma.
Convenient to hieutn mid irnm
ciira. very iicauuy loenuiv. j.oi on
Ivln' street, near Hatunuku'B Line. For
purtlculars apply io
JOHN V. 110WLEK.
OrClins.T. Oullek. -PiO Urn
LOT FOR BALK
4 FINE Level Lot, 101200
XX. feet; very dejiruble fin
building. Will bo hold chcrp,
For futiher inirllcuhirs id.
dress "A," 1IUU.KTI.H Otllce.
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