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MONDAY, SEPT. 16, IRSIO.
OitflU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
Etr "iiko Kfli-cl Annuftt 110. IKHO.
LOCAL & QEHCRAL MEWS,
3In. Justice McOully sits at
bur thin week.
THE LEG SLATDBE
A con ion mill 'M uric." in (mil an
otfoioil for lease.
Two unfurnished ro'itiit. with haili
ji'Ciin lire for li'iii' on Kiii mI 1 1 t-i .
To-ijay i the Juwioli
occhmou wIihi nil Rood
for half ii iluy.
now year, nil
i U VlNi.
A.M. Y. .11. P.M.
8:15 1:15 -i::in,
U:4'J 2:1!) 0:;Ut"
Satin days and Mondays only.
Slim- Mlkahala from Knual
Stmr. I A Cummins from Walmannlo
Stun liaulu for Walanae, Walnlua, and
Lule at 9 a m
Stnii- iMokolll for Molokal sit 5 p m
fitinr J as Makee for Kapau ui 4 p m
l)n. E. L. and Mrs. Hutchinson
will receive thtir friends at tho Snow
Cottage this week".
Awv one desiring pasturage for
niiiinula can find the same by apply
injr to .1. Iluleluhi. Set; ml.
Tm: furniture of a iivi room cot
tage complete for huii'ckeeping is
is offered for snlo. Alo this enttngo
Ttir.nr.nrn throe white
under nueM on suspicion
been connected with tin- bile bury
Ttir.m: weie disponed of in thn
Police Couit this morning 12 oases of
drunkenness, 1 case of adultery and
1 commitment to the Insane Asvlum.
VbSSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr I.tkollke for Maul tit 5 p m
Stmr Mikalmla for Kauai at 0 p m
Stmr Klnnu for Maui mid Hawaii at '2
Stmr Pule for Lahatna ami Kuknlnu at
4 p in
Stmr Waialcale for Knual at 5 p m
Stmr Hawaii lor llunuikiiii unil lillo at
10 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.'
Stmr Mlkahala 2410 bags sugar, 103
bags rice, and 20 budls hides.
FOHEICN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S ClHUdine, W M. Dodd, from 'Glas
gow Bk Paul Iseuberg, V J Woltuis, from
Bktne Planter, P A Dow, from San
Bktne Discovery, McNeil, from San
Tern Alien a, L J Schage, from Eureka
U S ri Iroquois from Samoa
Br ship Bluugiell, R Irwing, from Liverpool
During List night throp and a half
inches of ruin fell at aimanalo.
The iniu giiugo is near the cpiitio of
the plantation, and (lie rain up pom oil
to full piottv I'vimlv over the cano
A PMAi.i. invoice of ligiuod Chincso
matting in colors something new to
this market is ollercd for sale by the
Union Peed Co. Alo just received
by the samo company 4 veiy tine
milch cows. "Will give from fifteen
to twenty quarts daily.
We have received from the author,
Mr. V. L. Green, a pamphlet enti
tled, "Notice of Piof. Jas. U. Dana's
'Characteristics of Volcanoes.' " It
replies to Prof. Dana's criticism of u
theory of Mr. Gieen's woik, "Vestiges
of tho Molten Globe," and should bo
in the hands of readers of that work.
FOREIGN VEbSELS EXPECTED.
II B M Flngsh p Warspite from Britllsh
Am bk Albert, Winding, from San
Francisco duo Aug i
BrbkBlrker trom Loudon, sailed Apr
1" due Aug 25
Br bk Gii van from Liverpool, sailed
iuiy 10, dueXov 15-30
Bk Forest Queen, from San Prancbjco
due Sept 10-15
Brig W G Irwin, from San Fraucisco,
due Sept 10-15
Bk (J D Brynut, from San Francisco,
due Sept 12-17
S S Australia, from San Francisco, due
.S S Mariposa, from the Colonies, due
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Sept
14 K strctz, J Fitzwilliams, Mrs and
Miss Maeblum. WD Sehimdt, R Fount
ains, W Herriug.Mrs FTurner, FSchnei
der, 0 Loveland, Misses Fountain (2),
and 32 deck,
The tern Allen A, Captain Kchage,
sailed Saturday afternoon for Eureka in
The steamship Australia is due next
Friday Sept 10, from San Francisco.
MAHELOKA.-Tn this city, at 5:50 p.
ra., Sept. 14, to tho wife of Mr.
Samuel Maheloua, a son.
All those wishing to join a normal
class to be trained in methods of
leaching, or to be prepared for pass
ing examination will present them
selves at the Fort-street School to
morrow (Tuesday) at from 2 :30 to 3
o'clock p. m. One hour per week
will be given to the teaching of and
instruction in higher English.
MoMm, Sept. 13.
Tin: lii'tflikitiiri mist al 10 o'clock,
mid t opened with prayer by
Hi'V. .1. Wiiinmuu, chaplain. Min
utes were rent! bv Secretory Clm9.
Wilcox iiutl Interpreter W. L. Wil
Rep. Brov.u presented two peti
tions from Honolulu one signed by
451 taxpayers, that Sec. 2 of the
Sunday bill be not passed; the
other signed by 231 taxpayers, thai
the proposed atni'iidniunts to the
Sunday law be rejected.
Noble Baldwin presented a peti
tion from Wuilitku, signed by 71
taxpayers, that tho Sunday law be
retained as at present.
All referred to "elect couunite.e on
Kcp. Hookann presented a peti
tion from the leper settlement, Alo
lukai. willi !i;'iO signatures, that T.
12. Evans be reinined as superin
tendent. Molokai viailing comniit-
Rep. Paehaole presented a peti
tion from the filth district, that the
Board of Health will induce Sister
Roe Gt'itrude to remain as nurse
at the receiving hospital. Sanitary
Hop. Paehaolo moved that tho
minority report of the education
committee be made the order of the
day to-morrow. Carried.
The President appointed, as se
lect committee on Governors' bills,
Messrs. Waipuilani, Widemann,
Richard, A. S. Wilcox, aud Hal
stead. Noble Pua moved a resolution
that the Minister of the Interior be
requested to inquire of the Board of
Health what were the reasons which
led Sister Rose Gertrude to resign.
Rep. Brown moved thai the reso
lution be laid on tho table. The
Si iter probably gave good reasons
for her resignation, and he did not
see that the House should inquire
further into the matter.
Laid on the table.
A large and varied assortment of
fancy goods of the latest de
signs have been received from the
art centers of Europe and will be
offered at public auction by Lewis J.
Levey, at his salesroom, on Saturday
evening, Sept. 20lh. A rare chance
for those who contemplate furnishing
or re-furnishing their house, as the
lot contains oil paintings, statuary,
glass ware, etc.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
I. O. 0. F.
Band Concert at
at 7 :30. '
t , .
BRODIE At Kolmla, Tlawall, on Sep
tember 5th, 1890, .Mr. William John
Brodle, of Eastbourne, England,
aged 31 years.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Emma Square,
this evening at 7:30 o'clock, ren
dering tho following programme:
March Scmner Kidells Sousa
Overture Semlramlde Rossini
Finale Itigoletto Verdi
Selection Lucretla Borgia... Donizetti
One, Two, Three Four. Maul Girl.
Medlev Echoes of the Night. . .Riviere
Ballade La Pttloraa Rlvas
Waltz -Vienna Girls Zlchrcr
Galop Acrobats Zlkoff
A BIRTHDAY CELEBRATION.
Mr. Thomas P. Cummins, son of
Ilia Excellency J. A. Cummins,
reached the 21at anniversary of his
birth on Sunday, tho Hth instant.
The event was celebrated on Satur
day by a gathering at tho Wairaa
nalo residence of the young gentle
man's father. Tho little steamer
J. A. Cummins left Honolulu with a
goodly company of ladies and gen
tlemen at four o'clock on Saturday
morning, and in about four hours
came to anchor at the Waimanalo
landing. A fow minutes of land
travel by rail through tho caneflelds
brought tho company safely to its
destination. Iu the evening a num
ber of ladies mid gentlemen arrived
from Honolulu on horseback. The
day was spent Ivy those who went by
water in ways that suited their indi
vidual tastes. While some were
vesting, others strolled around sur
veying the beautlc9 of the neighbor
hood. After a suniptuoijs dlnper in
the evening, the time was mainly
jllled up by dancing, until nearly
midnight. Mr. JJeiger was there
with ills band and furnished tho
iiiiiBlc. Tho party returned to town
on Sunday evening, some by water
and others ovcrltiutl after a. moot'
EXCURSION TO HON ULIULI.
Over a hundred people took ad
vantage of the excursion on the
Oahu Railway Saturday afternoon.
Besides taking them to the irriga
tion works, the cars carried the peo
ple over the branch to the cane
flelds. A huge pumping engine is
being put up at the six artesian
wells, to raise the water over the
bluffs to the fields. Two of the
wells were open Saturda3', giving a
copious flow from the ten-inch pipes
three feet above the ground. '1 he
ground is piled up with bricks, parts
of steam plows, pump fixtures, lum
ber, etc., telling of the great changes
still to be made in the scene. There
is a large area of ground plowed,
and planting for a crop was to begin
to-day. The ununimouH verdict of
the excursionists was that next to
the Oahu Railway, of course the
Ewa Plantation is the biggest thing
off the ice.
AN ATTEMPT AT BURGLARY.
A burglar made a bold attempt
to rob the house of Mr. Geo. Rob
ertson at Punahou on Saturday night
last. Tho burglar is supposed to
havo secreted himself in the chil
dren's bedroom, a3 tho bureau draw
ers in that room were on the floor
and their contents overhauled. At
one o'clock Sunday morning Mrs.
Robertson was aroused by some ono
trying tho doors, she immediately
called Mr. Robertson, who upon in
vestigation found all the windows
and doors shut, but at G o'clock in
the morning one of tho windows wa3
found open, having been opened
from the inside, which leads to the
supposition that the buiglar vyas
secreted in the house. Tim burglar
must have made his exit through
this open window, and going to tho
front of tho house tried again to en
ter, as ono of the blinds on that side
was found wide open, and a card of
matches lying on the window sill.
No attempt was made to break tho
window. The room in which tho
burglar is supposed to have been
hiding, is sn situated that it wculd
bo Impossible to get into the ipnin
houso without breaking the locks nu
the doors, consequently ie did not
got anything of value, and probably
has no use for baby clothes.
This is the second attempt made
to burglarise tho same Iioihq, the
other was on Wednesday night last
but was unsuccessful.
THE ONLY PAPER n-.l by a'l
olibsiB The HiiUy Hulluilu,1' OH
cent! per month.
ORDER OF THE DAY.
The House took up the special
order, Report of the Finance Com
mittee. Noble Macfarlane asked if the
late Minister of the Interior, Mr.
Thurston, had presented a reply to
The President was aware of no
Rep. Nawahi moved that the re
port bo adopted.
Rep. Brown would like to know
on what he was voting. Part of the
report was on the construction of
law, and part of it purported to be
facts. It was unprecedented to ask
for the adoption of the report under
the circumstances. In former ses
sion when the finance committee
criticised a Ministry, the Ministry
defended itself on the floor of the
House. Now the Ministry attacked
was not in the House to defend it
self. If he was satisfied that the
late Ministry was in fault, he was
willing to adopt that report.
Noble Widemann was surprised at
the extraordinary argument of the
hon. member. If be thought the
late Ministry was not fairly treated,
why had he not got up a report in
its behalf? The hon. member was
intimately connected with the fin
ance committee's report in 1884,
and the speaker was with him in
trying to carry it, but tho report
disappeared. He supported the
motion for adoption.
Noble J. M. Horner thought the
report should be laid on the table
for the perusal of members. The
report was one of theorists, not of
genuine, .practical men. The speak
er argued at length to show that a
certain recommendation of the com
mittee, with reference o adopting
the New York law, was not adapt
able to this country.
Noblo Macfarlane was willing to
give the late Minister of the Interior
every opportunity of defending h'lB
record. That gentleman had, how
ever, not taken any advautage of
the time given him for a reply, al
though he had been out boat sailing
all Saturday and Sunday. The ex
Minister of the Interior did not
show a willingness, certainly not an
anxiety, to make any explanations
to the committee. The speaker dis
cussed Mr. Thurston's fire station
lot deal, which ho said that tho late
Mr. Gibson, although having full
swing at the treasury, would never
have dared to execute. He proceed
ed to review the harbor works, pur
chases of water pipes, and other
transactions dealt with in the report.
An explanation of some of tho mat'
ters from Mr. Rowel!, Superintend
ent of Public Works, had been
handed to him, and he showed dis
crepancies between Mr. Rowell's
accounts and those of tho head of
fice. With regard to the Volcano
road, ho informed the House that
Mr. Lee offered the late Govern
ment to build the whole rond
for tho appropriation, 530,000.
The Government had often given
contracts pn which the contractors
lost money. Mr. Thurston did not
object to Mr. Knlalkawaha taking
tho Punchbowl road, by which he
bit his house nnd property. Here
an experienced road builder offered
to build thp road for 830,000, and
the Government rejected tho oifer,
tho rcull being that, Including wha,t
was ubked for ul this session, the
road would cost 812.1,000. About
li third of the expenditure went for
lunas, superintendence, etc. He
would like to know If that was the
way the hon. Noble from Hamakua
would build a rond in his district.
In the matter of rond boards, the
hon. Noble seemed to believe that
they were a success. There was a
voucher from tho hon. Noble, who
was ehnirmnu of a road board, which
had to bo sent back to him several
times before it could be audited.
The Government was at the mercy
of lluse chairmen, who were quick
to resign if any fault was found,
and Hie place "of one was immedi
ately filled by another plantation
Noble Cornwcll took exceptions to
the remarks no far as Wailuku is
concerned. He had been chairman
of that board continuously till he
was elected to the Legislature.
Noble Marsilen wisiied.lo make an
explanation, in behalf of his col
league from Hamakua. The plant
ers had to pay for tho roads that
benefitted them most out of their
Noble Widemann rose to a point
of order as Noble Macfarlane resum
ed his speech. He said the hon.
Noblo had spoken moie than the
prescribed ten minutes.
Noble Macfarlane' said he had
these explanations of Mr. Rowell,
and he didn't know how else to meet
them, if the House did not wish to
hear him further.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox was speaking.
Rep. Paehuole raised the point of
order that the late Ministry was not
the subject before the House.
Rep. Wilcox proceeded.
Rep. Rickard called him to order.
He was ashamed and disgusted to
havo to listen to these outbursts of
rubbish from the hon. member.
Rep. Wilcox said that if these
things were true certain officials
would have to be dismissed. Noble
Horner himself said he believed
some of them were correct.
Noble Widemann wanted to speak
of the 813,000 that the Minister of
the Interior borrowed from sundry
people in this town. He read from
a letter by Mr. Thurston the quota
tion, "Public office is public trust,"
and said that excellent gentleman
had trampled the law under foot
when he borrowed that money. He
read from another letter where Mr.
Thurston, referring to a judicial
opinion, said that conformity with
the law was the only safe course.
The very day that appeared happen
ed to be the day wheu his own ille
gal transaction of the S13,000 was
brought before the Houne.
Recess from 12 to 1 -.30.
NOW IS THE TIME I
Galtromia L X. L. Lime T. . ., H ri .
"Olgi" : V ShhJ VeaMMB fiLi-Jlv.? RmI IU flWW
l on SAl.K 11Y
J, F. COLBURN & CO,
Straw Hat Sale
F0K 2 WEEKS !
Just Received. !
P.x "'Ailonli" , "Isenbcrg"
cs. Houiimr Biifly,
Cases Palm Tree. Qlii,
l.'u'-es While Bottle Key Obi,
Cs. Fine IrisliA Scotch Whiskey,
Caes Extra Fine Sherry,
Cases Dry db Sweet Okaiup.igne,
0s. Italian Vermouth,
Puracnu, Absinthe, Etc., Etc.
Prize Medal Paris Exposition.
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goeB with every Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company;
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT . GUARANTEED FUR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " ' " ". "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
Tho Company is equitable, Us payments prompt and certain, nnd its
(From the JSTew YorZ: A'un, April tht 1890.)
The Largest Business Ever Transacted by a IAt'o Assur
The new business of the Equitablo Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Frrrr
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JSflnformalion cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his olflce.
ALEX. J. GARTWRIOHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of tho U. S. Jan-1-90
y Ov Ll
CORNER HOTEL & FORT STREETS.
jyET Wo beg to inform the public that we
sale at Reduced Prices.
place our entire stock for
BEFORE JUDD, C. J.
t The Best
beats St. Louis
Beer In the market
aud .Milwaukee all to
SATUEDAr, Sept. 13.
In re guardianship Joseph Kaai
alii Kahec, a minor. Petition of
Olias. Kahee to be appointed guard
ian. Ordered that he be appointed
guardian under 8200 bond. J. M.
Kaneakua for petitioner.
Monday, Sept. 15.
In re estate of Lincoln Cabot,
deceased. Petition of F. M.
Swanzy, administrator for allowance
of accounts and discharge. Ordered
that the account be approved and
the administrator discharged and his
bond cancelled upon his tiling final
receipt. Administrator per se.
In ro bankruptcy of Wong Yee
Kee of Honolulu, Oahu. Proof of
claims and election of assignee.
Three claims are presented and
proved amounting to $1081.33 elec
tion of assignee to be declared later.
No appearance of or for bankrupt.
THE VERT LATEST !
BUFFALO BEER !
BSy Brewed aud Bottled In Sacra
mento, liner and cheaper than Fredrlck
burg and Wieland California Beer.
for sale nr
Hawaiian Wine Co.,
CU Frank Brown, Manager, lm
For IMulclntr IIirtB.
DRY FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Swiss Skirt Lengths will be sold at very low rates
to make room for new slocks now on
the way from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
GUIms lfl Yarfls for $1 in Latest Pattens !
Just received latest patterns in Scrim, Madras, Lace Curtains
HOSIERY -:- HOSIERY
Ladies' & Children's Hosiery. Our great specialty "BLACK DIAMOND
DYE," guaranteed fast colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. Also, just received latest staples in Tidies and
Bureau Scarfs, Table Covers, Etc. Always on band a largo stock of Ladies',
Gent's and Children's Shoes.
Gent's Iu.l.Li!5llllg C3-ood.s,
A full lino of Dress, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, lateBt styles in Neckwear. A
large variety of Boy's and Children's Suits.
S. EHRLIGH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Font Streets.
FOR SALE AT
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
WE wish to call tho attention of
housekeepers to a small iuvolce
of Figured Chinese Hatting, just re
ceived via Sin Francisco, of tho very
choicest quality and of the most taste
ful aud unique design In colors. This
N the very latest in this line and the
first of the kind ever brought to Hono
lulu We respectfully ask the attention
of ladles to this Jatet novelty.
658 aw THE UNION FKED CO.
PASTURE lor HORSES.
TnE San Francisco Fruit Dopot has
removed from Fort street to No.
87 King street near Fort.
036 lm Proprietor.
Kee Nan will act for our Com
pany under full power of attor
ney during our patucr Ng Oug absence
from the Kingdom.
KWONG LEE YUEN CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 12, 18D0. ur.C lw
Having removed our SODA WORKS to moro commodious quarter at
No. S9 inOJEtl? TlfcEJEr,
(Near the Custom Houbo)
We are now propared to furnish at abort notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High CIusb Aerated Bevorages:
TnE undersigned Is propared to take
horses on pasture t Palolo.
At KaliRkoilant,Watkikl, or Washing
ton Place, Beretanla St. 058 lm
rpWO Unfurnished Rooms
L with bathroom, on King
at tills offlcu.
COTTAGE nnd Premises
In iliuion, containing
acres with 200 banana
tree, aud other fruit trcm. Apply lo
At IDihnkollanl.Walklkl.or Washiug
ton l'laec, Beriitanla St. 058 lm
rllWE bought out the Interest of
Leung Cook In the linn of Look Ping
& Co., htilierto carrying on a tailoring
business at Nos 125 & 72 Nuiuinu
street, All debts owing the late linn
must bo paid to me. aud all debts owing
by the lute firm will bo paid by me
Honolulu, Sept. 1-, 1S!K). 050 lw
-j''''yr ; i ..-
.-- , .-v-4Xw
FROM and after this date we will not
bo responsible for any freight after
same has been delivered at any station.
Parties ro whom freight In consigned
must be at tho station lo receive their
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. Q. Ashley, .Superintendent.
Honolulu, Sept. 0, 1800. 051 tf
I UIIUUll JJUIUUUl UU U II UUJ. - J VI VIUUIU
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
U.ing exclusively tho HYATT PUitE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
b m mm
E. R. Hendrt, President & Managor.
Godfrey Brown, Secretary & Treasurer.
John Ena, Vice-President
Ckoii, Bhown, Auditor.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opyo. Sprocket' Ilimk, : Fort Street, Honolaln.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
nrilE Furniture of a live
l room cottage complete,
for housekeeping Cottage
centiiilly located and to let nt a reason
able rcutal. Inquire at this office.
MI LOU COWS I
JUST received from Sun
Krnnclico l very lino
Mlleh Cows, two of which
have juist ealvedj will glvo
Horn 15 to i!0 (ilium of milk dally. Ap
ly to the r.Niox it:i:d CO.
OHKW Motley's ii Co.'a Ivanhoe
Natural Leaf Tnbtcco, positively
the Ihiudt chowlug tobacco mudo, For
gale by HOLMhTliH & CO,
From and after tliU date u
will not be responsible for any
freight after same has been
lauded. Parties to whom
f i eight Is consigned must bo at
the laudlug to receive their
WILDER'S S. S. CO.
Honolulu, Sept. 5, 1800. 050 tf
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
Genuine Havilanil China, plain aud decorated; and Wedgowocd
Piano, Library & Stand Lamps, Chandoliera & Electoliera,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete asHortm't of Drills 6c. riles,
AT tho aiinual meeting of tho stock
holders of the IllloSngirCo. held
at the otllcu of Win. O. irvvlu X- Co.,
(L'd), Septembers. 1R90, tho following
olllceifa were duly elected lo servo dur
ing thu enulugyear:
Win. Q, li win President,
II. M, Whltuoy..ir Auditor.
W. M. GUTAKD,
033 2sy fck'fliuluiy.
The "Gazollo" 3-wheelod Riding Tlow t Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rico Plow, Planters' Steel Goosoneoked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, XINSEED, , J ,
I'nlntK, ViirnisliOH it BrushcH, Manila Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
UoHe, Iloso, Hose,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of miperior quality, Jo STEAM,
Agato Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table A Pocket Cutlery,
Powdor, Shot A Caps, Thu Golebrated"01ub" Maohiuo-loadod Cartridges,
Hurt'rt rwlmil "Duplex" Dio Stock for Pipe & Boll Threading,
Hiutinan'H Hteul Wiro Fenco & Stool Wiro Bints,
Win. Q. Fisher's Wrought Steol Range,,
Onto Olty Stone Filter,
",N'ow Proco.B" Twist Drills,
Ncfll's Carrlugo Fluu,