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THURSDAY, NOV. 20, 1890.
0M1U RAILWAY & LAND GO5
To Tnkfl KITrct October S4B, 1NUO.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Dn. Wight of Kohala is in town.
A Comimnia bicyclo
in ofiVrod for
An engineer mill electrician wants
A.M. A.M. P.M. T.M.
toavo Honolulu.. 0:15 8:15 1 :-15 4:I10t
Arrlvo llonouliuli. 7:2C Oslo 2:4!) 5:8Gf
Leavo llonouliuli. 7:30 10:51 3:51 G:4Gf
Arrlvo Honolulu.. 8:35 UiGG 4:G5 C:G0
StinrO It Bishop from eh cult of Oalm
Selir llllo Mouls from Koolau
VfeSSEtS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr O K Bishop lor Walannc, Walalua
ami Koolau at 9 a in
S S lustralla for S.in Fianclsco at 12
The brigantino W.
the Marino Railway.
G. Irwin is on
Tun band will play at Emma
Square this ovuning.
Major Wrouirhlon of Wainlua is
a patient at Queen's Hospital.
Mi II '
The U. S. S. Mohican is now con
nected by Mutual Telephone No. 08.
SunuuitAN people have to got up
aftor midnight if thoy wish to bask
in electric light.
J. M. Khaloha haK been appointed
notary public for Iho fourth judicial
circuit of the Kingdom.
Egyptian cigarettes from Turkish
tobacco is a luxury to bo had at tho
California Fruit Market.
GARC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
tStmr OK Bishop 830 bags sugar, COO
b lgs paddy, 340 bnehs bananas, 70
Awgs lice, 23 bags potatoes, 45 bugs
tuio, 22 bags bi an, 21 gteeu bides,
67 tuikoysaiul40 8iiudry packages.
Fi urn Walalua per stmr C It Bishop,
Nov 10 C Dannehauseii, J K Holt and
33 deck. .
F0REIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
8 S Zealatidla from San Fianclsco, due
Ilk Flfeshlro, Jno Reid, from Liverpool,
s.Uleil opt 28, uuu Feb io-as,
Biig Coiisuelo, .Jaoobsou, from
Bktuc Discovery, McNeil, from
Fiauon-co, due Dec 2-8
Four-masted sehr Olga, Roding,
Bk Ceylon from iJcpaituic Bay
Ilk Oorypheuo from Nanaimo
JUktue Amelia f lorn Nanaimo
Bit,i.s against Iho King's Biithday
committco arc to bo presented with
out delay to Mr. J. U. Kawainui.
Coi.. M. Thompson, counselor, who
lias long boon laid aside by illness,
announces his resumption of ollleo
The Honolulu Arion will meet
this evening at 7 :!50, in the hull of
Engine Go. No. 1. A full attendance
Hon. C. It. Bishop will leave by
the Australia for a visit to tho Coast,
likely to bo extended to a lour across
Mil. Justice Bickerton will preside
at the December term at Lahaiua,
instead of Chief Justice Judd as
Tin: Hawaiian Mission Childtcn's
Society will meet at the residence of
Professor V. D. Alexander, Punuhou
street, next Saturday.
The steamer W G Hall is due early
to-moirow morning. She returns ahead
of her usual time to connect with the
steamship Australia which sails for Sau
1'rancisco at noon.
Tuo steamer Kiuau was lowered from
the Marine Hallway yesterday evening,
and the brig V G Irwin was hauled up
Owing to a considerable demand
hero for last year's issue of Smith's
Planetary Almanac and Weather
Guide, the author writes that he has
made calculations for the latitude of
Hawaii, as to the best time for
planting, in the issue for 1891. Sev
eral agriculturists in these islands
have testified that they have tested
the times given in a former issue
with thorough satisfaction. Arrange
ments have been made for receiving
a tew copies at the earliest date
possible, when they will be put on
Between the hours of 10 a. in. and
5 p. m., next Saturday, Nov. 22d,
Mrs. Lack will hold a sale of fancy
articles at her stoie, Fort street.
Mr. Geo. Stratomcyer has just
painted a relief sign for W. S. Luce,
which is finished with aluminum
leaf, being quite as handsome as the
ordinary gold leaf finish.
The Union Feed Co. has elected
the following officers: Hon. E. C
Macfarlane, President; Mr. F. W.
Macfailanc, Manager and Treasurer;
F. It. Vida, Secretaiy; C. Bo&so,
The following are booked as pas
sengers for San Francisco by the
S. S. Australia sailing at noon to
Hon. O. R. Bishop, Hon. E. R.
Hind and wife, Hon. H. A. Wide
munn, Hon. E. Muller, Hon. V.
Knudsen, Mrs. S. C. Paine, W. S.
Maltby, J. A. Lowe, Arthur Baldwin,
Mrs. Corwine, S. T. Alexander and
wife, "W. D. Schmidt, Prof. Sauvlet
and wife, Master Sauvlet, Mr. Mid
dledyk and family, AT. Mutch, U.
S. Smith, G. F. Allardt' J. M.
Emanuel (Past Assistant Engineer
U. S. N.), Mrs. Saucedo, Lieut.
Stoncy, wife and family.
The Board of Health has, after
long deliberation and several confer
ences with the gentleman, decided to
accept the resignation of Dr. Lutz as
house physician to the branch hos
pital at Kalihi.
Lately tho Board of Health ic
coived an application fiom a profes
sional gontlcman in London, who
wishes to come out to these islands
as a medical missionary. The Board
has sent a respectful letter declining
to accept the gentleman's services.
HON. E. MULLER.
I'roHiMilril with a Joll.liprtol !nno
by tlm MrrlnuilrH' UiiIoii.-IMikmI
A pleasant event happened at the
olllce of Hon. II. A. Widcmunn this
morning. Hon. E. Muller, .who will
leave to-morrow for Germany, was
met according to previous appoint
ment by a deputation from the
Mechanics' nnd Workingtncn's Poli
tical Protective Union, and presented
with a gold-bended cane.
Hon. John Phillips was the spokes
man, addressing Mr. Muller in a
few felicitous remarks. The mem
bers of the Union wished to mark
their appreciation of Mr. Midler's
course ns one of their nominees.
lie had sacrillced his business for a
principle, and throughout had acted
independently and, as they con
sidered, always for the best interests
of the party. Mr. Phillips con
cluded with coidial wishes that Mr.
Muller would have a pleasant journey
and return relnvigorated, again to
take up tho cudgels for the piinci
ples of the National' Reform Parly.
Mr. Muller in reply expressed his
surprise at receiving the,, present.
What ho had done was on account
of his friendship for the party. This
was a great kindness from the party,
which be would always remember
with grateful feelings. He hoped
the party would do better next
Mr. D. M. Crowley said that the
gift was only a trilling return for the
great sacrifice Mr. Muller had made
In addition to thoso already
named there were present. lions.
H. A. Widctmmn and C. O. Bcrger,
Capt. Mehrtens, Messrs. J. C.
White, J. F. Bowler, Daniel Molten
zie (Vice-President of the Union),
W. H. Stone (Secretary) and J. AV.
Gibba, and a lepresentative of the
Bulletin. The deputation in retir
ing heartily shook hands with Mr.
Muller and individually wished him
aloha and godspeed.
The cane is a handsome one of
sixteen kinds of Hawaiian woods,
made by Lofquist. It has a massive
gold head beautifully embossed, the
top bearing the inscription, "Pre
sented to Noble E. Muller from the
Mechanics' and AV. P. P. Union of
Honolulu, H. I., November 20,
dined and ducokated.
Tuesday evening Mr. Muller was
entertained at dinner by Hon. C. O.
Beicer, when tho following other
guests were present: His Majesty,
Col. G-. AV. Macfarlane (H. M.'s
Chamberlain), Mr. Jas. AV. Robert
son (Vice-Chamberlain), Hon. Paul
Neumann, Hon. Sarrd. Parker, Mr.
F. S. Pratt and Mr. J. G. Spencer.
The King entertained Mr. Muller
at luncheon, together with several of
the guest s intimate friends, at
noon to-day. On this occasion His
Majesty was pleased to decorate
the honorable gentleman as Knight
Companion of the Order of Kala
kaua. This distinction was confer
red on Mr. Muller as Consul for
Mr. Muller will dine with Hon. S.
Paiker this evening.
.llnrrlnec of Mr. Alfred Fowler nnd
.IIIkh Kvu, XcumniiH,
St. Andrew's Cathedral was
crowded to every foot of standing
room yesterday evening, by a con
gregation assembled to witness tho
marriage of Mr. Alfred Fowler and
Miss Hva Neumann. A large num
ber being wedding guests in full
attiie made the assemblage brilliant.
The Ushers were Messrs. Oscar
1 lupoid and J. M. Monsanat of Ho
nolulu nnd Messrs. Blow and Gartley
of the U. S. F. S. Chaileston.
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh performed
tho rile impressively. The biido
was given away by her father.
Mr. T. McKcnzic Fowler, a
cousin of the bridegroom, was best
man, other gioonismcn being Col. G.
AV. Macfaiianc, Messrs. Tones and
Churchill of the U. S. F. S. Charles
ton, John S. AValker, jr., Ernest II.
Wodehouse and Alika C. Dowsett.
Miss Inez Neumann, sister of tho
bride, was maid of honor. She was
dressed in pale green trimmed with
pink and lace. The biidesmalds
were Miss Acnes AValker, dressed
in pale blue; Miss Rena Herbert in
white; Miss McGrcw, iu ecru lace;
Miss llattie Brown, in rose; Miss
Helen Wilder, in lavender, and
Miss Adele Widdifiold, in canary
color. The maidens cairicd bou
quets, their head dresses were in line
taste, and altogether they made an
impressive bevy of beauty.
The bride was arrayed in a splen
did costume of ivory colored satin
with tiaina white tulle veil flowing
from a crown of orange blossoms to
the ground. She was a picture of
wholesome loveliness, and the couple
was very handsome, beyond the con
A select choir sang the hymn,
"The voice that breathed o'er
Eden," as the bridal party retired
to the vestry. Mr. Wray Taylor
played wedding marches on the
organ at the beginning and ending,
also soft attains of melody through
out the ceremony. A brilliant re
ception was given at nine o'clock, at
the house of the bride's parents on
Tho bridegroom is a member of
the Arm of Messrs. John Fowler &
Co., of Leeds and Loudon, England.
The bride is the eldest daughter of
Hon. Paul Neumann, and is accom
plished, pretty, and a society favor
ite. Mr. and Mrs. Fowler will go
home to England by way of Austia
lia and India, leaving here on the
steamer Mariposa on December 20.
N Expeiicnccci Piactic.il Engineer
t and Electrician, holding both an
English Board of Trade Fiist Class aud
Japanese Government Flist Grade Cer
tilic.itcs of Competency; also, excel
lent testimonials as to character and
ability, offers his services for immediate
employment as engineer on works or as
a hca-jioing engineer Address "11.,"
this otllee. 71D lw
F. HORN'S PIONEER
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
They will have a large supply on hiinil
of their w cll-kuow u
GOOD mid ICIC'II
For this coining Thanksgiving
Ti lim Lailms til' llinliilii !
CSy l will Boast Turkeys, Chickens,
Ducks, Geese, Hams, Sucking Pigs and
oilier meats to order at reasonable rales
for Thanksgiving Day.
Propiletor of the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factoiy & Bakery.
m aiKera house
On SATURDAY EVENING, No?. 22d,
By kind permission of Commander
Tinner and Olllccis,
Tho Amateur Dramatio Company
Or 11. M. S. Nymphe, will give a
VARIETY : ENTERTAINMENT
In Aid of the Sailors' Home.
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
terms. The additional fca
The performance will commence with
the Laughable Farce, entitled :
" Leave It To Me."
Display of Light Infantry Drill I
bongs and Dances I
And to conclude with the AVell- known
86fBox Plan for reserved seats will
be opened on Friday morning, Nov.
21st, at 9 o'clock, at tho ofllco of L. J.
Arc now selling their Bonds, and upon easy
lure of Insurance goes witli every Bond.
Tho following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the A'ew York iSun, April 4th, 1890.)
The Largest Business Ever Transacted by a Lllo Assur
The new business of the Equitablo Life Assurance Society of New
York for tho first quarter of tho present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Doixaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
ance fpr the year, and is unprecedented in tho annals of life assurance.
-Information cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersignod at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWR1CHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
EGAN S: GUN N
NO. 77 FORI' STREET.
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN EXTRA NEW STOCK OF
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c.
ALSO, A FINE LINE OF
Exercising ShirtS & TlJ.'htS, n Black and Fast Colors.
President of Co..
Lieut. P. C. Musgrave
. . .Mr. W. Sims, It. N.
Sydney,- Nov. 2.
The departure of Lord Carrington,
en route for England, waB witness
ed by 200,000 people, and the route
from Government House to tho rail
way station was literally thronged
with spectators. During his speech
at the farewell banquet given him in
Sydney, Lord Carrington said:-r-"It
is not generally known that Port
Darwin is, to all intents and pur
poses, a Chinese settlement, and
this settlement might bo a positive
danger to Australia. If this coun
try is to become the great nation
which we believe it will, wo must at
all hazards keep our characteristics
and our race intact."
The resignation of Sir Alfred
Stephen as a member of the Legis
lative Council is announced.
News from Newcastle is to tho
effect that the miners at the A. A.
Company's pit and ut tho Sea pit
liavo agreed to go to work.
The West Sydney election result
ed iu tho return of Mr. A. G. Tay
lor by a majority of HW votoa oyer
his opponent, Mr. John Taylor. Tho
election was a victory for the labor
A plague of grftSBliopperB at
Monmu rendered the railway lines
slippery, ami delayed the train hoidu
Tho liibliillullon unil onthrpiieiiicnt
of Or, Baiiiimru, rimllli us Hluliop of
Hyilney, Motroiwlltuii of New 8oHh
Witluw, uml rrlimiloof Aiutniliinnnl
TiiyiuuMlit, look pueu in Hi. An
ilrww'n OiiUiDilrul on Outoliur Ulli,
II inu muiuiiuu ni H !iiiinrPKuwi
lni( liiyeil iIih punulty tit Hi Imlhlt
avuiisy in ni mi nwr. nrin
The Bulletin Weekly Summary
is just the paper to send abroad by
to-morrow's steamer. It contains tho
best account of the celebration of the
King's birthday. Enclose with it a
copy of to-day's Bulletin, contain
ing a resume of latest events, and
the announcement of His Majesty's
departmu, together with an editorial
statement of the real political and
financial condition of our present
Tuniu; is a beautiful enamelled
safe on exhibition at the Hawaiian
Hardwaio Co.'s stoic. It is a steel
safe made by tho Win. J. Ficher Co.
of Cincinnati, which was presented
to Mrs. Heudiy, wife of the popular
manager of tho Hawaiian Hardware
Co. The safe iu white enamelled and
is beautifully trimmed witli gold
holders with gold fan on the middle
of-tho door. Just abovo tho door iu
gold letters is. "Marion W. Hendry."
Tho safe is a fmo and aitistio piece
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Honolulu Chapter No. 1, It. A.
M. at 7:30.
Honolulu Arion, 7:30.
Band Concert at Emma Square,
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert at Emma Square
this evening at 7:30 o'clock, ren
dering the following programme:
March Imperial City ScliniiiiucI
Overture Bcilin Life Conrad I
Finale Belisailo Doniettl
Solectioii Italian Melodies. Keinpoetti
Mikioi. PmiOhulu. Hlkl no me A'u.
Medley Chi isty Minstrels Klviore
P.Uiol -Mount Guaid Eilenbeig
Waltz Viuiiua Chronicle Strauss
Quadt Ille Tull.tpatau Offenbach
Aloha Oe. Hawaii I'ouoi
t SITUATION as clerk, copyist, or
J to do general work in an olllce or
stoic, cither in town or iu the country,
Is wanted by an educated Hawaiian.
Good references given if required. Ad
dross "K," this olllce. 7M lit
Our Last Club
Is Now Being Formed!
And if you are thinking of joining a
club dojuot delay it any longer, as we
caunoc take your name after the Uth
club lias been organized. Join now as
it is your last chance to go in one of our
clubs aud sccuic a
Solid 14 Karat Gold Watch for
$1.00 Per Week.
Monday afternoon, November 17th, the
following drew their watches:
0FMembers of tho Athletic
they havo but a few on hand.
Club desiring suits should call early, as
Cluh 1 Member No.
Cluu 2 Member No.
Ci.un 3 Member No.
Club 4 Member No.
Cluii 5 Member No.
i u uijuu ur
U1H HUH! .
Thursday, Nov. 20.
BKFOItB M'CIILLY, J.
In the matter of the guardianship
of Lydia Aholo and Willie K. Aholo,
minors. In the case of Lydia a
bond is filed aud letters issued. In
that of Willie K., a motion is grant
ed to amend the petition by substi
tuting the name of K. W. Kawehena
for that of J. W. Knlua, aud the
8uhTlCawelicna isordeied appointed
guardian minder 8250 bond. C. L.
Carter for Lilia Aholo, petitioner.
mT ice court.
This morning Palailio ulinn Cooku
was Bontenoed to iiO days' hard
labor and to pay 0S1.-IO costs for
Armstrong, second undo on lliu
Imrlc Wulu'llelil, wim lined $fi uml 61
coils for iiHttiuill uml lintlery on J,
NIoIioIuh, a uullnr,
11.. .i.wiitm ill Mill? (ill lilu llitiinuitil
mtk, fitrMU'il $-.'! Imll.
Four mini' f ilu'i'rtliiK (KiiilrnuL
HQrvH'u iiu ti'Ulei mil of douil,
Till"" litimiii'tdi hi)' flow Hi
MiihIhI')II uru illmtliuiuuil w III it
xiiiiiin rnr fiiiiuue uji vimiiws
ii . :" ' - mi v .: ..... i..i.. u.
illMJi iM W WW t'Jl
mm ' JJUHMf uji nijipu mnm
Mr. F. Horn has catered to all the
recent receptions on the U. S. F. S.
Chaileston, iu addition to the regular
service handsomely acknowledged in
the following testimonial :
U. S. F. S. CiiAiti.iioN, )
Honolulu, II. I., Aug. 0, 1890. J
During our stay in this port, Mr.
F. Horn has supplied us with bread,
cake and icis, audi, most cheei fully
commend him to all naval messes
for the excellence of quality of arti
cles furnished, and moderate charges,
as well as promptness aud reliability.
I am pleased to give this testimo
ny iu favor of Mr. Hoin who has
served me on many previous visits
to Honolulu iu tho samu satisfactory
maimer. G. W. Woods.
Medical Inspector, U. S. N.
ENGLISH Governess leqnlres situa
tion in a gentleman's family. Kx
pcilenccd and has excellent testimo
nials. Would take sole charge If re
quired. Addicss "G. L.," this olllce.
SITUATION' as Cleik or Assistant
O Bookkeeper in oilleu or stoie. Ad
P. O. Box 231.
ITUItST-OLASS diessmakers; good
J? pay; only experienced hands need
apply, coin-r Foit ami Hotel sticeis
(oer Ilhilieh's diy good btoio).
For Thanksgiving, Christmas
, AND. J'JEW Y13AR
1 50 PAT on-pkd ' 5 0
- EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HEittRY DAVIS & CO.,
700 tf No. 52 Port Street.
Telephones, No. 11'.).-
-V. O. Box 372.
MAHKIKD Couple, tliewifetodo
tho cooking and houewnrk the
husband to atlend to outside work,
horses, fowls, iiillkius. Addtess "Ha
waiian 0-.trleh Fat in," Kaplolaul Park;
Mutual Telephone "Al
M THOMPSON, Counselor, i:te.,
(and Author of a Digest of lla
walliui Supi cine t'oui t Decisions in pie
paiatiou, and Author of a Dlgel of the
Laws of tho District of Columbia, anil
TieatlM's on Common Law and Lqulty),
will give wiltleu answers to iiieslious
of law and facts submitted to him oially
or In writing, and the law aud authoil
ties applicable to the fuels stated, aud
also Indicate tho counu by which satis
faction, If poMilhh', may be ohialui-d
without losoit to law, and nlo iuilleiito
(hi) piobablu i exult of legil pioeeeiliugs
If reunited to, And will puipiun wills,
deeds, morlgugcH, lein-es mill oilier
lur omen nil nor llinlml uml King
btmuiH, (.croud xtuiy, Honolulu, u,
l.j fimii H to mini) A, l, Tin ill
NCS Tit' nnd I'liuoy I'miili'M)'
Hill ll'Kl III III ll'i HI III" Kill" iro
f'liMini I'liilupi. 7I' lw
CAPTAIN Joseph Angus of the Bil
tlhh bin k "Gin an," will not be
lesp insible for any dchtscnnti.ich-d by
his ciew wtinoiit nis wimeu order.
'pilU uudeisigned have this day
JL foinii'd a copai iiicmhip for the
purpose of dealhm in hay. giaiu, etc.,
under thu name of the California Fei d
Co. T..I KING,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, lS'JO. CI4U
Fill Yokuftiii Honking
Tho I'arllli' Mull X. S. t'o.V Finn
H. f. widiBUL watcb Ghm.
.1. A. LUOKETT,
G90 lni Manager.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of Wilder's Steamship
Co., (L'd), held at their olllce in this
city, Nov, 17th, the following olllccrs
were re-elected to serve during tho en
Wm. (J. Wilder President,
Juo. F. Ilaekfeld. . .Vice-President,
Sam'l B. Rose Secretary,
Sam'l B. Rose Treasurer,
Win. F Allen Auditor.
S. B. ROSE,
Honolulu, Nov. 17, 1890. 712 lw
Pianoforte Timer & Repairer,
Has removed to 19C Fort street,
Tho lcsldcnco formerly occupied by Dr.
Oiders can be left at II. II. Williams'
Cabinet Waiohouse, 115 Fort sheet;
Hawaiian News Co.'s Musiu Stoic, or
at my residence, 1!H Foit street
mr All ordois promptly attended to.
Ohas. Hustace, King Street.
Having leased tho stores in tho brick building known iib the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old stand, and having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by the late fire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last xtcamor, and more on the way, I
am prepared to fill all orders as bofore. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronago bestowed on me for tho past seven ycarB, I
hope by prompt attention to all oiders to merit a continuance of thu
same. At the new stand shall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
1 i hi n
New Goods ! New Goods !
PENNSYLVANIA" & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAND CHINA, SILVER PLATEDWARE,
Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
OF ALli SIZISH,
UAS lemoved his olllce nnd icsldeiico
to the new hulldlni: opposite the
Hawaiian Hold, on Iteiclaiua street.
i:! "CITY OF RIO do JAEIRQ,"
IMlllililiK !'! Vm' hiilol
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ii YmiuK imiiiliL uMi'.litti
Will Mill fin Hh nliuvu IDI
mi ur nlmiil
! I'm iitm w'lmimuDujijiJy u
MILCH Cows, nearly
Monk. Apply to
MMIK Itehldeni'ii of Miri. A,
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CoiiHuiuInt; Ontt-tlilrd Lobh Fuel, uitliur wood or coal, tlmn
tiny otliur Htovo in oxIhUuico.
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