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DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, ,H. I., OCTOUTTIR J7, 185)0.
In conformity with the Act. entitled
"An Act relating ti) the Suppression
of Want Diseases, Might and Inseel
Test," approved July 10, A. 1). 1S00,
the following gentlemen have been
appointed Cominissioneis of Agricul
ture for the Districts of Nnith and
South Komi, Island of Hawaii :
W. Ml'LLKK, Chairman;
1). 11. NA1UNU,
J. 1. KAHALKWA1.
C. N. SPKNCKK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olliec, Oct. 22, 18!)().
Honolulu, 11. 1., Aug. !), 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Kates, are hereby
notified that the hours for using
water for inigating purposesaie from
C to 8 o'clock A. M., and I to 0 o'clock
Ghas. H. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
0. N. Sckncku,
Minister of the Interior.
able article on vaccination by Dr.
Charles Cre.ighton in the last edition
of the 'IKncyolopa-dia Hiitannica,"
and the recent exhaustive treatise by
Professor K. Crookshnnk of the line
teriological Dcpaittnent Kings Col
lege. London, on the "History and
Pathology of Vaccination."
1 may mention that in about,
sixty towns and unions in Eng
land the laws enforcing vaccina
tion are now a dead letter, and in
Leicester, Keighley.etc, the vaccina
tions arc only 4 per cent, of the
births. It is believed that the result
of the present im pot taut iniuisition
will be the ultimate abrogration of
vaccine coercion throughout the
Inclosed you will find a list of the
Hoyal Commissioners appointed by
Her Majesty Queen Vietoiia, with
the Articles of Kefeience. Also cer
tain questions relating to the invite
intuition of leprosy.
1 take the opportunity of thanking
those uentlemen who have so eoidi-
ally assisted my inquiries, and of ic
coiding the invarying kindness ic
ceived in all quarters during my
brief sojourn in this beautiful island.
William Tkiiii, V. i. . S.
IN AID OF
The New Sailors Home,
Tuesday Evening, October 28111,
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AT M O'CLOCK.
A paper on Tennyson's
Will be read by
FRANCIS M. ENGLISH, B. A., (OXON.)
To be followed liv a llmnorouo Musical
" Mrs. Sutherland Tomkins at Home,"
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
EST Admission. 50 Cents. ii!i:l :it
TO THE LADIES ! "
'V IX XC
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.
MONDAY, OCT. 27. 1890.
The United States cotton crop for
18'JO has gained nearly 8,000,000
hales over that of 1888. If this
tiling keeps on the American
fanner will have to change his fam
ily name from "hay seed" to "cot
A Mexican papei says "eleven
prominent men recently refused
Cabinet positions in the Government
of Guatemala." That's nothing;
every prominent citizen of Hawaii
has done the same thing lately. The
next time we chop off political heads
we shall be forced to either import
a new stock of prominent citizens or
let some of our more prominent
"kids" run the shebang.
A TARIFF VIEW.
Will you kindly publish the fol
lowing extract from private advices
received per Australia from San
Francisco, Oct. 17, IS'.H):
"The Colonel seems to he quite
satisfied with the Tariff. T.he Trust
people are squealing, they wanted
the duty fixed at l.'l Dutch Standard
and engineered the 'taritf fight to
that end, but were beaten at their
own game and had to accept No. II!
as the free limit. Searle is now
charging 'demagogy' on the House
although he is responsible, with his
associates, for any reduction over
2f percent. When the Tiustwas
backed by the Island planters in its
light for free sugar all hopes of sav
ing the Island's sugar from the ope
ration of the Tariff was at an end.
The new Treaty was an attempt to
throw dust inline eyes of the coun
try to save Minister Caiter and his
friends from the moral condemnation
for their action in joining the sugar
Trust and supporting free sugar to
injure Spreekels. Now they have
got more than they bargained for,
and Spreekels got the sugar bounty
and is "way ahead." The Philadel
phia sugar sells 1-1 (5th of a cent per
pound higher than Trust sugar
owing to its superior quality."
r Kiln K rain-1 moo.
(Pinprietor of the Koilfern House. Mar
ket Street, undej-VPalace Hotel).
Intend to remain In Honolulu for the
next three or four month rorthcbenellt,
of his hrnllh, during which time lie lias
concluded to open i
If I ltST.CI.-VHS
Ladies'Tailoring & Dressmaking
Ladles wishing to have their Kail and
Winter Costumes nuule will do well to
call at once to secure their order.
Riding Habit., fletuiine Tailor-made
Costumes, Tinveling Ulsleis, .tuckets,
all 1he,atesi e-lgiis i
Promenade and Evening Costumes.
t3T 111 universal reputation sis a
Fitter anil Dressmaker Is loo well
known to need any further rccuium-iml-atioii.
He will' guarantee pcifecl satia
tion. Cor. Fort & Horel Sts.
(Over Temple of Fashion.)
On WI8DNESOAY, Oct. 2l,
AT l( O'CLOCK. A. .11..
At the lesldcnee of Cait. STAPLK8.
r'l)lekon Premises). Uerotanlu street, I
will sell at Public Auction
The Entire Househ'ld Furniture,
1 Fine Upright Piano,
(Albert Coimidl maker);
Maihlelop Cenier Table.
Japanese Screens. Wleker.Clialrs,
II. ('. Sofa .V. Chairs. Book Cases,
B, W, Marbletop Bedroom Set,
Large Center Runs,
.Spiing Mat trasses,
Feather Pillows. Mosquito Xets,
Carved Parlor Table,
1 White Automatic Sowing Machine,
1 Covered Itrakn.
Crockery . Refrigerator.
Pot of Fern. Kle.. Kle.
ISSUED 1JY THE
TIL LIFE INSli
jvisw yor i.v
casn Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
JftlCIIAKD A. McOIJltUY, PreHliie.it.
For full particulars apply to
ft. JB. .HOE,
General Acnt for the Hawaiian Islands.
THEO. H. DALIES & CO.,
J AS. V. MOHflAN,
(l'.ll it Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Proneny at Pearl City
We are pleased to note the stand
taken by the Bulletin, a few weeks
ago, against the journalistic habit
of libeling the country abroad, is
nl ready bearing good fruit. Two
regular mails and several sailing ves
els have left port, since our expos
ure of the spiteful and unpatriotic
designs and methods of the disap
pointed politician who runs the Ad
vertiser, without that journal "dis.li
itig up" a batch of political misrep
resentations for distribution abroad.
The immediate result has been that
"All's well in Hawaii" lui5 been
heard from one end of the United
States to the other.
This state of things is at least en
couraging to all good citizens and
if the repentance, or fear, of the
Advertiser can be kept up by apply
ing the lash at home, our mechanics,
workmen, planters and merchants
will not hereafter feel as if they
were running the risk of industrial
suicide every time a foreign steamer
leaves the harbor.
In any event it is perfect I safe to
Bay that the stand taken by the Bui;
urns in this matter has helped pre
serve the peace and reputation oi
Hawaii. It has also aided the evo
lutionists in establishing, by actual
experiment, the fact that the poli
tical Chimpanzee of the Advertiser
can be taught manners, even though
he has not thus far been taught
enough of language and morals to
enable him to tell the political truth
About his adopted country.
LETTER FROM MR. WM. TEBB.
TIIK IIOVAI. COMMISSION ON VACCINA
.My attention luih been called to 11
para-;iaph in the Daily Bi'li.ktin
of Tiiewlu.v coupled with my iiiiuui
containing an mror which I will
(bank you to allow 1110 to coriccl.
I aui not a niomhcr of the Itoynl
CoiiuuiHtduu jofiuieil to, hut for koiuc
tilim have been tiiKiic,ed in collcc tint,'
Kviduiict) from vuiioiih cniiutiii'
nlmwiiiK the nihtiltH of vui'diiiiitloii,
nuine uf which Iiuh been pn'MMtlcd to
thin liibniml. I limy nlwi iniuilliiii,
lit aiiHWiir Hi ninny iiiiiiirii Unit
cinliH'iii nii'ilh'iil mill imilioH'ieiil
i''li'H have iilii'iuly li'Milli'il hufiui'
lilt' I'oilllillebioil In C liMillllillloil III
-yl!)llMIIMl Ullll'l' kUlillllO llllllllllllHi
! iiiiii In linn uiniiiujuhi unil nl
iimlulK. iwiiiiuiiiiiili'ii mill vuitiMlw
ilbwm Lu' inmk ul liuvlub , vUu$,
nmki iiiiy wwww w wumv
THE CHARLESTON MINSTRELS.
The Opera House was well filled on
Saturday evening when the minstrel
troupe, gotten up fiom among the
sailors of the Charleston, gav their
first performance. The pcrfoimauce,
taken as a whole, was a credit to the
Charleston's crew, although, as is
usual with amateur performances, it
was perhaps a tritlc tedious at limes
during the second and third purls.
This defect, however, will doubtless
be corrected, if the Charleston boys
give the public the benefit or another
The opening chorus was delight
fully rendeied and the musical selec
tions under the direction of Piofcssor.
Klots of the Charleston band were
greatly appreciated by the audience.
Air. W. K. Glenn as '"lanibo" was
especially good and pioved himself
amply capable of turning a "chest
nut" into a good joke. Mr, F. Mere
dith in his "Silver Sand Jig" did
some most excellent dancing and
was heartily applauded tin ins song
"Come Along, Sinnerb. The clog
dance by Jos. Brown and the double
song and dance by Messrs. Driscol
and McCraitb were both repeated
Among those present were noticed
His Majesty the King, His Excel
lency John A. Cummins, Bear-Ad-mi
ml Blown of the Charleston and
ollicers of the ship.
AYOl'XG American Man want-
Wink, Inside or out. Befeiciieci
given. Address "II,'' Hamilton llone.
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, KLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., KTC
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Chair CuttiM'H & Taiic Kiuvch.
WOMAN lo iln hou-sewiiik and
rw. Gooil waeje-. Annlv at
this olllee. li'.)-' '.It
TUOBOl'Gll icliahle American
keeper or as Invalid nurse, would not
mini! going to nunc of the other Isl
ands. Addre-s -M," this olllee.
ASITCATIp, liv ;) sjiijile middle
aged general muchiniVi and en
gineer, well posted mi marble ivnrl. and
team engines In general. The very
best nl references u to ability, charac
ter and milliner'', etc. Aildtess II.,"
thWolliee. (iS!i ls
Recent advices from Alaska give
details of a wholesale system of whis
ky smuggling managed and abetted
by whalers. The Alaskan ollicers
have for swine time past been pu..led
to understand the causes for the
spread of drunkenness among the
natives. Vessels suspected of traf
ficking in whisky have been kept in
close surveiliince, and bow tie whis
ky found its way into the couniiy
was a hallliug mystery until very re
cently. It was found on investiga
tion that the far away port of Hono
lulu has become the main shipping
point for whisky smugglers who
operate in Alaska. The iittjiption of
Alaska officials was fust nttranlcil lo
smuggling work of wln-Icm by a re
port of ti Bub-coniinittcc of the Ha
waiian egislaturu. which stated that
several whaling agencies on the Isl
ands made a prt-S'ljco of purchasing
huge ipiuntitic.-, of yjijsky, which
ivoro turned over to whaling vessels
for trallie ju Alaska. It is coinputcd
that in this way over (MXKJ gallons of
whisky have been shipped fion" Ho
nolulu lo Alaska. A vigilant. investi
gation is to ho made in the uiiitlor.
H. F. Chronicle.
Annual Miiutiiig Notice.
'I'MIF. timiiiiil nieiitlug of the slnek
i holilcin of Haiku Nilgai- ( oniimiiy
will he held at Ihe oIIIck of Ciillc ,v
Cooke, TI'IISDAY. Del. M. n II A, M,
,1, II, ATJHvBTO.N,
ii!i:t -'i ,Si'iniiiiiv,
Anniiiil AlduliiiK Notltut,
rillli; niiiiiiiil iiiielliig nl Die oeU
X hoiei nf Ihe 1'itln I'lillllilllnil III
be held ill Hie ullli'D n I'iuiIk A I.'moI.c.
ll'i;:iIAY, (hi. ;,iil 'J ', u,
I. lb .Mi'l.lOU.V.
I AKUK Airy Jlooiii, lip-
stahs. iiiifuruishi'd. lately
occiuiied by llowsinl llitch-
eoek liKiube at Anderson A f.undy's
Dental Ulllee. (l!ll 1
To LET "
TWO-KOOM Kl) Cottage,
A furnished or iiiifiiriilsh-
ed, centrally located. Suit
able for one or two gentlemen Apply
Cotlaire with palifles.
detaelied eook-hoiie and ser-
vauls' rooms, huge stable, etc, on Nuii
auu Avenue, near School treet, I.aige
vaul with Ji-tilt trees and choice llowers,
Jteiit icasonalile. Applv to
ilsfllf Mils'. C. AI'OXG.
By order of the OAIIH RMLWAY
' LAND CO. I will 11 nt Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT a OTI.OOt V. ill..
A limited ninubcr of tlun-e desirable
BniittiLstsal Pearl Gil?
The Company have expended Siill.OOil
to piocurc an ample supply of pine
iiionilpdu water, resulting In the com
pletion of two large Ke-ervolrs with
stonige of nearly i.oOO.000 uidlim-.
Fiom a ilistiiiiiiling Ite-ervoir with a
capacity of 71)11,000 gallon, at an eleva
tion of 1011 feet above sna leyel, water
has been laid along Leliua Avenue lo
the Pearl City Depot in a 0-incli Cast
lion Pipe, from which water will be
supplied by the Company at Govern
The Company will bind ilelf in the
Deedi to carry purchasers ami their
families and servants by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile, 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Por-MHe, 1st Class,
During a term of 0 years from the date
Tlie-e special Kates qf Fine- will lie
ii-iiiiifciiiulc with the property diirhm
the term named in the Original ieed.
Train will always be run for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
City. Train will reach Honolulu at
(i: 13 and 8 or 8.45 and 1 1 :50 a in . leave
Honolulu for Pearl ity and way Sta
tion-, at S :li si. in and 1 :-!", and 4 to
I ::l(l and ." :1" to B:!i0 p. in. subject how
ever to such changes as may be from
time to time found neeesaiy for the
convenience of the public or lm-iness
interests of the i inpauy. Burning
Tiaius will aNo be tpn whenever tlieie
is a reasonable deiunnd,
BEAUTIFUL yiEW !
Tho-e desiring lots wheie Ihe most
chaimiug view can be bad from the
veranda of cottage or niau-iou, can
obtain lots filiating on l.eluia, Malle or
Woodlawn Avenues; tlii- is a most
charming location for icsidenco, as all
agree who have t ken Ihe trouble to
walk up l.emia Avenue aiiove (tie Kwa
Court llou-e. As a health, resort, a
belter situation cannot be fii'-rtd. To
assist sultlers, i(c fo owing easy terms
are otfei eil ;
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
0 tie-Third iu 5 years,
Willi Intcrc-t 3 7 Per On!,
Thus making It possible for the most
limited in means, to procure a line
healthy residence. Distance is anni
hilated by railway couumuilcatloii, so
Unit people living at Pearl Citv will
reach Honolulu ill less lime limn It
tal.es to come fiom WnlkIM by the
ordinary means of i ravel, wliilcjhe ex
pense for a person will not he more
than live cents per day greater llnm the
pro-cut cp-.i of travel to Wajkjkl by
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cuiiery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS:--Ohlendnrl's Dissolved l'eiuvlan Ouanii, Ohlemloif's Special Cane jManure.
LONDON PURPLE: Kffi'climl destroyer ot Potato. Cotton .V anker Worms, Kle
SCRUB FXTERMINATORr-DeslroysallXoxlous WeedsA.-.s.Hiibs.
BAGS; Sugar, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CA-WA i, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: F.mbrnehig the latest liupiovements In material and rex runs
i;iivnnr.-u winci' r-ipe, lviruKsniMl iron, Funcc AViro, 1'ipo Filtin-M, Eir..
Short,, expected I ) f A N ( j O () I S """ I 1 .J.
i ...1,1,1.,-.,. ,..,1. ..,,.i,.i J:"""" .' """ imt-mnxmnmu,
The Thoroughbred Percheron
Imported by Hon. S Parker, will
lor a short lime al
?. Lisliman's Stable,
Jl A II Hi. I.
a- T v-it-M!- s:to -,
Telephones, No. 1 1). &&&- V. O. Box 117.
Ghas. Hustace, ling Street.
CBMTBAL MEAT MUULHT,
VKKY Convenient and
Desirable C'otlimc fur-
iiished or iiiifiiriiished, near
Id baseball ki'iiiiiiiI al Makikl .Ap-
ill 'I.KMi'S AUKNI'Y,
U7r if n Mi'irliuiii stn-et.
SlflTK nf Tilled NMei.lv
J Kuiuislied Jtoonis, two
bcih'ooins and parlor, on
Punchbowl street near Palace Walk;
sellable for two single entlcinc u.
(Hi If II. P. IlKliltAKD.
HTOIiKK TO MOT.
I ' i-eceiitlv oeciiiileil by
Mr. Clnis, lliislnce, lo lei at
reiiMiuiible icntiil, Premises have benii
thoioiifjhlv reiiovaled. Possession al
unci'. Apply lo
(17'i 111) liileilorOlllin,
r AT Trucl or IMicel .o
I .IIH lll' In Piilolo
Valley. I'oiiliiliihiK nil hum id
Hill ip'ii' iiiuie nl' l'' mid
linloiiuliiu hi llin ibilii o
i.onif. dcii'iitcd. A htiine iiiiii he
irlvni ni' i li'lin nl yi'liillil lliillicilliiln
IiiimumIiiii, II ih'liiij Tills hllul
Im ii mini nl inn iw iiuuw, mi'
hi tlit lulj I'lilllji JllllWlb Pui fiiiirii'i
In the new biiildlii'. adjoining Love's
Bakery, where yotl can pio-
enie the choicest
BtM-f, Mutton. Ar-3ivL Pork,
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY.
No. 1 I'oik Sausage, Smoked T ngucnO
Beef Sansaiji.', Smoked Muttou Hums,
Bologna Bnutage, Spited licif,
Q. rraan 8ao?age, Cl.racil Pork & Buef,
rsj? Your patronage Is le-pectfully
solicited and satisfaction u.iraiiteeil in
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tele. 3G9 '.Msy Muluul Telo. 3G2
Hotel S-l ., : I lonol ii 1 ii.
.1. II.K1SIIKK, Piop,
Hie stoics in il.e lric-lc building knouu as tfii
." neaily npii'-siie ihe old stand. uml lm mm. .i:.... .i
I that poition i.f my stock dam igcd by the late U;e, and beinjr
in iceeipl of New Goods per lasl steamer, and inoro on Ihe wiv 1
am jueiiaied to till all outers as befoie. Thanking the public' un
file liberal patronage bestowed on nie for the past seven years 1
hope by piompt attention to all oidcrs to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new stand shall be pleased to see all my hl cus
tomers, n ml as niaiiy new ones as may liutl it lo tbuir advantage to
cull. Island ordcis solicited' and faithfully executed.
" --- .
Without a Rival in Price & Quality !
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeoper Should TTae It r
$0 A Saving of X Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very Best.
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
KENKY DAVIS & CO..
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian ItOiimlH.
linui'd anil Lodging, per week, (mc
coiiliut; lo location ol kioiiis,.,
610 0(1 to $2 00
Transient, per day 'J 00
Tabic Hoard, perweck Too
.Single Meals nil
Now Is your time to iroeure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prices lower liin ll(ty can pver ie
bought hi the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If m i do yon will live to quote the
"hind slglit'1 sayings we m otteu hear
froiii nenple who had a chance lo buy
the whole of Kiiliiol'iihua Plains for a
song, Inil they dldn'l ! A word to the
lii Is siilllclelil.
W Apsof llie ,ois can be seen al
the olllces of llin IMellle llardnaie ('0
Hawaiian News Co,, and TJ (J.TIiriun's,
iiuil al my Saleniooin, lloiiolnln, whine
all fin llii'i hiforiinillou can he obtained.
tr Visitors will Ibid this one ol llm
inol comlorlalileaiiil coiileiiient houses
hi the city, the rooms being large, light
and airy. Hot ami cold water baths.
,IAS, T, MOKOAN,
& Loan Association,
'I III! lHiiliu)lnTloriior lie ,io.
I I'lilllun liuyn dtiiilih'il In m Uii
himhiihI Hm ( iifiukt mi ilif ilii Mninlny
liiiiMiiimiy, I eli I, riiiiimiiliillnn .l-lnin
liuu miun, iinil ihimi illMlllllH tilni'K
iniuli) iipi,ti IdiiiiimIIuui uiijilluuiluii lor
lUIH. 4il Will till U1IUU Willi U. .
U1MU Ul I'UiUiUI IJWliDI A
ni W.I'a UWIWUV.W U Jl
I make a specially ol lepahlng due
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
And miimiutce llrsl -class work at
liloileratii pi Ices
Hotel si., under Ihe "Ailiugloii."
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
(Near the Custom House)
We aie now piepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of Hie fwllowing High (Mass Aerated lleverages:
Plain, Swuiit, Iffli, StrawUerry or Cream Sols,
Saraa,parilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PUiUO WATER HYFlTKAV
' 71-S5HBOTH TELEVHONESB371
HOLLISTER & CO
KOItT STICKKT. ::::
Hot ill, I S-lll'I'I'l,
rpilK Young Coiiipiiny having bouglu
I this Well-hllOWU leslllllllllll. Is
iiiepiucd lo LiTp a belter luhle ibuii
ilefiiie, The best food In llin luuiKel
will be solved.
Iloiinlliig III piivuin room, per w eel,
, ,,,,,, .(i,,,,,,,,,,. ,,,,,, f it ,il)
Single Mcil... ,,,,, ;i,'i els
lliianllng In puldle loom, per wwl
I,,,, ,,(,, ,, itiMiiii M m.miI fn
riimli) M cii I. , a.'ici.
r,ll,lt iiuiiw,lKinil l ihi'IwiimI lu ill)
''pilK Kaplolani Maternity Home has
I two looms to iiccouuiioiliiie paying
patients. Ladies of uiodeiate menus
who wish to scenic i limini on reason
able leiiiis, hefnie .mil dining Iln lime
of th, ir I'oiiliiieiii. nl. wlieie ine be-l of
food .illi iiil.inee, uiiisiiig .iimI iiieille.il
skill-will be pr vldi-d, will pleiisn niily
III the II e lo Ml-, Miller, llie in.illoii.
who wll nl end I i iiillililt.iuce. give
leilii-ni ullii'i Im iiiniiioii ieiiiieil.
Ilolioliiln, Del, I, Mm, 117'iillll
pAPTAlX 11. Uglubndy, of tliob.ulc
J Hlrker," will not be ivsjioiisiblei
for any debts contracted hy his crew
without Ids written older. i;7j it
17MIO.M mid after this ilaln we will mil
be ii iiiiilhle for any ftclghl nfler
smile luio lii-nii ieiveicd al nuy sliilloii,
I'lillleslo wlioiu Height l cinislgueil
Hliinl he nl llie Million' lo iccelvu lliulr
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luu claims against said .1. Knliilaaie
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