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Vol. HI. JNo. 383.
HONOLULU, II. I. THURSDAY EVENING, MAKCJI 3t, 1802.
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THE "DAM BULLETIN "
Every Aftoruoon Excopt Sundays
At tin Olllco, QltOOIl SllCet, lloiiollllll,
DANIEL LOGAN Editor & Managor
Daily Bulletin Publishing Company,
l year (! 00
(1 inuutlis 3 00
per mouth (de
O Until TflitpIitiiiUH '(. S45U. -SJ
fioyAdilicss till business communica
tions "Manaoku Daily Bulletin."
G5yAddress all matter for publica
tion "EuiTon Daily-.Bulletin."
I'. . Mux. 80.
Attorney at Law nnd Notiuy
Bublio. Merchant street, Honolulu. 1-01
J' ALFRED MAGOON,
Attorney at Law and Notary
Public. No. -I'l Merchant stieot, Hono
HW. Schmidt & sons,
Importers & Commission Mer
chants. Fort street, Honolulu. 1-91
HHaokfbld & do ,
General Commission Agents.
Uoiuer Fort and Queen streets, Hono
lulu, H. I. 1-91
fX W. MAOPARLANE & Co..
VJ Importers and Commission
"I ONSALVES & CO.,
vX Wholesale Grocers and Wine
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
Importer and Dealer In General
Merchandise. Queen street, Honolulu,
H. 1. 1-91
WILDER & CO.,
Dealers in Lumber, Paints,
Oils, Nails, Salt and Building Materials
.of eveiy kind. Corner Fort and Queen
streets, Honolulu. 1-91
- EWERS & COOKE,
Lj Importers and Dealeis In Lum
ber and all kinds of Building Materials.
Foil street, Honolulu. 1-91
HONOLULU IEOJT WOUES,
llouolalo, i I II. I.
Steam Engines, Sugar Mills, Boilers,
Coolers; Iron, Brass aud Lead Castings;
Machinery of every description made to
order. Particular attention paid to
Ship's Blacksmlthiug. Job Work ex
ecuted at short notice. 1-91
JA'O. S. SMITJIIJES,
Auctioneer & General Business
A. CJ- Jfl IX 'JL
Jtuliuituiiu, Ititliulu, Iliuvall.
WENNER & CO.,
92 Port Street, Honolulu
H. W. SCHMIDT & SONS,
Ageuts for the Hawaiian Inlands.
iSrOnice at Hotel Stables, Hotel
btrect. Botli Telephones 32. Residence) :
Mutual Tel. 010. dec 10-111
IAUXXAL X I
Klin: Street, llnuululii.
Kxcellent accommodation for patients.
DIt. A. It. HO WAT, V. S.
Olllco Hours 7 :30 to 10 a.m.; 12;0
to 2 p, in.; 4 :U0 to U p. m,
Trlki'iionhb: Bell 0(1, Mutual 188.
P. O. Box 82fi. I92tf
About to be built at tho corut-r of Boir
tunia aud Keeaumokti stieets, each con
taining I'ailor, Dining-room, Hallway,
4 Bedrooms, Kitchen, l'antiy aud Ilutli
room. t65Tlie plans can be seen at my
olllco, and any alterations desiicdbya
tcnaut will be made.
298 U (). J.McOAItTHY.
'When you want a 1'ortrait
Enlarged call on King UroH,,
get their juice liht and nee
buuijiles. They can't be beat.
Australian Mail SmlrKA maile.
FHS N,iK tfKAKUINOU.
The New nnd Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Ocuaulu Steamship Company will
bo duo at Honolulu from Sydney
and Auckland on or about
" April 7, 1892,
And will leave for the above port with
malls and passengers on or
about that date.
PsT For freight or passage, haying
superior accommodations, apply to
- Win G. IRWIN &C0 I'd,
lor Sydney and Auckland
The Now and Fine Al Steel Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be duo at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
April 7, 1892,
And will have prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
C2T For freight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm, G. LP.WIK
& CO.. L'd,
Will leave Honolulu ut 2 o'clock i. m.,
touching at Laliainu, Maalaea Bay
and Makenu the enme day; Mahu
kona, Kawaihao and Laupahoehoe tho
following day, arriving at Hilo at
liuturniug leaves Hilo touching at
Laupahoohoo same day; Kawaihao,
A. m.; Mahukona, 12 noon; Makena,
0 r. m. ; Maalaea Bay, 8 r. m. ; Laha
in.i, 10 i m. tho following day ; arriv
ing at Honolulu C a. m. Wednesdays
AK1UVK8 AT HONOLULU.
Saturday. . .
No Freight will be roceived
after 12 noon of day of sailing.
SlilR. CLAUDINE '
Will leave Honolulu every Tueuday
ut 5 o'clock i'. m touching ut K.ihu
lui, Huelo, liana, Ilamoa and Kipa
hulii. Keturning will arrive at Hono
lulu ovory Sunday uiorning.
$&" No Froight will bo received
aftor 4 p. M. on day of sailing.
Consignees must bo at tho landings
to receive their freight, as we will not
hold ourselves responsible after nuch
freight has boon landed. While (lie
Company will use duo diligenco in
handling live stock, wo declino to as
sunio uny responsibility in caso of the
loss of samo, aud will not bo responsible
for money or jewelry uulebu placed in
tho euro of Puttiers.
W. C. WILDEH, Presideut.
S. B. HOSI3, Scorotury.
OAPT. J. A. KING, Port Supt.
KUKUI JEWELRY a SPECIALTY.
King Street, Honolulu, II. I.
kinds of lepairs.
paid to all
O. B. R8PLEY,
Ot kick ; Boom 6, Spi eokels' Block,
Mutual Telephone 205.
Now Designs ! Modern Buildings !
Complete plans aud unecitteatloiis for
every deneilptlon of building, Contiacts
drawu and caieful bupeilutentlence of
construction given when lecpiired. Call
aud oxamtnu nlaus, nr 2'J ly
f Hi's iSleansliiii Go.'s
IN THE MolNERiNY BUILDING,
Is open now nnd offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
Wo make n , specialty of
Stamping Patterns and arc now
ready to take orders in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tassels
Fringes, Dr.aperics and other
artistic goods are offered to the
6b-wr- a -m ar- -wv -n '
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
i'oi'l, ". trout.
From Havana Direct.
C, 0. BERGER.
Bilng us in a couple of
pounds of thoic delicious
Breokfast Sausages !
Thl"! is what folks sing out
when they eee the Ontial
Miukct fau-iige Wagon
going past their gate. It
j on mis the wagon tele
phone M the Mitiket and
yon will be promptly ai
tentled to. Headchee&e,
lioliigun sausages and all
kinds of meat always on
CENTRAL MEAT MARKET,
JAS. H. LOVE, Proprietor.
188 1 TOI BBBICHTBH,
Children (from :1 yeurs upward") Class
in Ball and Fancy Liiuclng and i'hjslc.il
Culture every Saturday, from 2 to D
r. M. Teim, $! a month in advance.
Visitors allowed on Satuidays.
Adults' Class in Ball Boom Dancing
every Wednesday, fiom 7:0 to 10 -00
p. m. Gents, So; Ladles, S3 a mouth in
A. XI T ? JN XI A. lu lu .
HFh'lvr., x : 181 Tun Ktrppt.
The S. S. ZAMBESI,
GtO. IlDW'AKDS, Muster,
Will sail for the above ports on
yVI?ltIL, lO. 18f)SJ.
HSy For terms of Freight or Passage
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO,,
3(17 lm Agents.
!JKESH Bologna, Liver Budding,
V Blood Budding, Head Cheese,
Frankim t Sausimo, Vli una Sausage and
Fine I'oik Sausage always on hand mid
delivered to oider by
GF.O. D. SOHBAKDEH,
132 Fott street, two doors above the
Get mania Miukct.
t-tf .Mutual 'lei. 710. fllUIlin
Island Shells and Curios !
f HOT.ESALV, and retail, cheap for
Vt cash, at 101 Fort sticet. between
Elders diy goods
stem aud rank
ueiu's siioh store.
Firewood For Sale !
WE have juft iccolved a small lot of
Algeioba Fliewood wlilcli we
offer for sale in lots to suit rou cash.
58 lm HU&TALEiteCU.
PA PIS R HANGING !
GIVE J. L SlEVEit the Painter a call
and have youri'aper Hanging done
promptly aud neatly 130 Fort sticet.
1 O, Bon 387. .Mutual Telephouo
(ifi2, inti tr
, K.B, O. BABNFIKLD holds c.asses
111 1- Drawing aud Painting ut his
studio, Hotel stieot, back of Dis. Auder
iod & Lundy. $n tf
1 iiprp 1
A SNOW TANCY.
Thojollovplrtwl tilings of Juno
Vr'Jiiwo lium U llko a ililll hwion,
Swfct licynt fhey liav o oil ami) lug Ixxla
Vnioii nio hnrkrkmt tliocloxcr hauls
Tlwvso bursUnc ?lfiliro m jmrplo lire
Tho fiuzr i'pat upon mcli ttiiio
Ot bloworal pcrcli, (o smirch tlio rim
Iiest It wlthnuoy orirbrim.
lint unlllto llioio 11m ullil, whllu bcoa
Thai Bwnm ulioji tho lcallosi tronj
For nur iltiU oarA thcr ha o lit. eiinu.
The) do not ( tho imtU ln'toni:.
Nostlrrloalif tho soft wlillo wing
Wmi ovnr liAanl or flnttci Inc.
Although llioilaikonril nlr the' crowd,
Their hopiij' lilJ h lu tho cloud,
And tlioy tor tho sLy children thuro
In uiicon jiaKturos of the idr
Distil tho don . O happy bees
That mrarni Hinotit; tho w tutor (rocs.
Anulo Ilrohsou Klnx I" Cuutury.
THE ONETUA1! FOLLOWED
Two men, John and David, walked
side by side along a dusty road. They
wero returning from tho gi eat town in
tho valley to thVlr homos in tho hamlet
hanging liifh above thwu against the
As they vnlkvd they chatted of tho
sighU in tho town, of the good wives
and litllo one to whom they wero com
ing after three days' nbsenco; joking,
joyoti3, happy iu leiucuibranco of their
town jollity and in tho anticipation of
their weleonw home. Occasionally they
Btopped under the overhanging blanches
of mi orchard aud ato tipples, or they
kneeled by a tpiing, making a cup of
their hands to drink from; then passed
Tho sun struck down fiercely upon
their backs and shimmered on tho dust
of the road.
"Ah. tho lie.it! Lotus go moro slowly,
"No," replied the other. "It will bo
cooler higher tip. Let us miiko hasto und
reach the shade of tho woods, and be
yond there will be a breeze blowing."
Suddenly, as (hey walked, David felt
that they wero not alone, and turning
his head mt a third person following a
few paces behind ihem, an extremely
tall man, wrapppd in a black cloak. As
David turned the man's oyes looked into
bis with a steady, unflinching gaze. Tho
black robed figure was only a short dis
tanco behind him, walking with a long,
oven stiide, without sound, his cloak
drawn up to his eais, covering his mouth
As David looked ho shivered; then,
turning his head quickly, ho walked rap
idly on, uiging his companion to hasten.
"But just now yoa were calling to mo
to go slower, and now yon want to
"Yea, let U3 hurry the heat!" And
thoy passed on, tho ardent pun boating
on their backs.
As they went forwaid David turned
over in his tliomr'-tf) tho strange bight ho
had been behind them, that was behind
them now, ho felt certain, though not
daring to look again, a shiver coursing
tho length of Inn bpino at tho thought of
the muffled figure in that fierco heat.
And John, had ho also teen it? Did ho
know what cumo swiftly, withoutbound,
at their heela? IIu looked cautiously
from the corner of his oyo at his friend
without turning hisMiead even .slightly.
John plodded on, his eyes on tho ground
and his big shoes white with tho dunt,
grumbling at tho heat, his face dull und
At length they reached tho cooler air
whore tho road climbed botweeu the
arching trees of tho forest, aud John
halted to i est in tho shadow, no was
older than his friend und tired moro
"Now," thought David, "ho will look
back and see." And ho watched the
other's faco narrowly.
They sat on tho edge of the road, their
legs hanging down tho bank. John's
gnzo wandered back, down tho long
stretch over which they had come, and
But tho old man only looked out from
tho shadow with a half hinilo of satis
faction that bo much of tho long journey
'Was over, his simple countenance placid
with tho thought. "How while tho road
1st" ho baid.
"And not many travelers on it," said
David, in half question, fetill looking
earnestly at his comrade's, faco.
"Not a creature in bight," answered
John quietly. "Wo havo tho road to
ourselves. Others aro not Mich fools to
coiuo out in this sun!"
David, reassiued by this, turned
slowly and looked back. , Just below, by
tho fir.st tree, in full viow, silent, motion
less, btood tho tall figure, a littlo nearer
David leaped to his feet und ran along
tho steep road, btumbliiig, terrified.
John saw nothing, aud this creature bo
closo, in plain view. "Hurry, hurry! ' ho
called back, nnd ran on,
"What has coino to you? Aro you
craz)?" cried tho old man. "One can't
jiatuio to ret but you jump and runl"
"11 am not well. I want to get
homo," panted David. "We havo yet
far to go. Wo must not waste time
"You aro sick. Yes, you aro palo,
your teeth chntter. Wo will stop at old
Andrew's und get you something. It is
this scorching day!"
"Yes, yo.; wo will stop at Old An
drew's, Ho will euro mo. It 113 not far,
only beyond tho next turn, where the
"And wo can take tho short way homo
from there, tho path from tho back of
Lis house, up 'Tho Bocks.' "
Again they walked lapidly onward,
tho old man full of concern for his friend,
tho young man looking straight ahead.
At tho bolder of tho forest tho small
brown house stood on tho edge of Old
Andrew's bcanty farmland, tho poor,
half barren land of these mountain
farms. Beyond tho few fields that
Btrotched up gradually from tho back of
tho hoiibe rosu ubniiily "Tjio Bocks," 11
high cliff, leaching fa- along tho bido of
tho mountain, blieer, loromuing, its nam
faco crossed bj ft rough, narrow path
way. By using this tteop way tho jour
uoy t,o tho cluster of houses above the
cliff was made much shorter thau by fol
lowing tho gradual, wiuding uscent of
Tho two friouda turned in ut old An
drow'a lilllo g.ito At tho door they
wero mot by tho farmer's wife, her
sleeves ioll od up to tho oIIkiwh.
"Ah! John Martin and Davol Back
from the fair? Coino in."
"Yes, Mary, on tho way home. Where
is Andrew David hero had a turn on
tho road coming along below, and wo
want Andrew to mis him something.
Tho sun wiim too strong foi hiin, I think."
"Yes, yes. Andrew! Andrewl" Sho
raised her voico and called into tho
house over her shoulder. "Como in,
both of you. Ho is boinewhcro about.
It is cool in tho house at tho shady side,
aud Dnvo can lie down there."
David cast one brief glanco backward
as ho followed the others into tho hotiso.
In tho road just beyond tho gato, and
looking over it, stood tho ouo that fol
Old Andrew was held in high esteem
among tlio mountain peoplo as half doc
tor, half wizard, with his knowledge of
tho uso of loots nnd herbs. Ho biewed
a muddy, pungent tea which David
drank, and Mary, the wile, placed extra
plates nt the table and insisted on tho
travelers taking supper.
"Let David rest," she said, "aud if lm
is better after supper you can go homo
in Iho evening by tho short cut. There
will bo a moon; or ho may stay tho night
if not strong enough to go home."
So it was arranged. Old Andrew and
John talked together of the simple, worn
subjects of their rude lives tho poverty
of the soil, tho long season without tain,
tho many hardships that befall the
The wife plied David with questions
about the town. "Was there a big ciowd
at tho fair? And the weather was it
fiuo every day? Did you noo tho cows
fiom tho Duncan farm?" and so on. Da
vid answered absently, thinking of tho
waiting stranger outside the gate.
When tho twilight fell the young man
felt able to go on, and was anxious to
reach his family, so tho two men set out
along the path through tho rocky fields.
As they reached tho base of "Tho Rocks"
aud began tho steep ascent tho moon
John led tho way, stepping cautiously,
calling back to tho other to avoid tho un
But David, climbing after, thought of
nothing but tho somber shapo that had
waited outsido aud hail followed closo
across tho fields after them, find which
ho felt climbed up and up behind him,
btep for step.
There was no sound, except when at
intervals a loose blone rolled down, dis
lodgcl by their feet. Tlio night was beau
tiful, tho broad faco of tho cliff shono iu
tlio moonlight. Here and there along
tho edgo of tho path, where there was
danger, rude railings had been placed to
protect tho traveler; thcso wero silvered
by tho moon. At bomo places a rock
jutting out cast below it a dense shadow
amid the biirrounding whiteness.
As thoy climbed, David tried to force
himself to turn and faco tlio man in tho
black cloak, and imestion him, his name,
1iis mission, why ho followed, gaining
steadily, step by step, but ho lacked
courage. Once ho had met that cold,
steady gaze; ho could not b:ivu it again.
Ho watched his comrade ilimb abovo
him slowly. Slowly ho climbed lifter,
and, glancing down, saw tho edge of tho
black cloak blown upward against his
Ho stopped aud put his hands over his
eyes. "Who aro you?'' ho said in a low,
bioken voice." "Why do you follow,
pressing nearer nnd nearer?"
And a voice answeied at hiH ear, wliilo
tho folds ot tho cloak, blown upward,
flapped about him, "You shall know
my name when you are at the end of
"No.nowl" whispered David hoarsely.
"Now, your itainol"
"Further out" cauio tho voico. "Whon
you reach tho next railing."
And thoy climbed 011 again m tho
moonlight. John had gone round a tin n
of the path out of sight. David ad
vanced feebly, rising laboriously from
Btep to step, pausing often. Ho could
feel tho other pressing up behind him,
When they reached tho railing abovo
David stopped, with his hand upon it.
"Now, yonr naino."
"Do you not know?"
Tho moonlight fell with tender beauty
over tho bioad valley below, upon tho
white road, upon tho forest trees, upon
the small brown houso at tho foot of the
cliff. Tlio black cloak floated about his
head, beforo his oyos, coming between
them and the fair picture. A hand fell
upon his, grasping tho railing.
"Your naino! your namol"
David's hand closed firmly 011 thu
wooden tail, and ho leaned heavily
against it for suppoit; an arm closed
"I mil so iiLar so near. Do you not
There was a sharp sound of breaking
wood as tho rotton timber parted iu two,
and David ftll outwaul, his struggling
feet scraping along the rock. As ho fell
tho folds of black swept round him, tho
arm embraced him moro closely and thoy
went down tognther. And David know
that tho 0110 that followed was Death.
Charles Edward Kinlead in Pittsburg
A lVriilexliiu Mtuutlon,
"Hello, Willie," said a binull boy as ho
mot a comrade inthoflreet about dusk,
"yer mothor's lookin' for ye."
"Yes, she's got tho whole family out
and sho's goin'on terrible. Sho says you
wero tho j ulo of her heart and was
goin' to be t 10 comfort of her old ago."
"Go'wa), she didn't 1"
"Honest, filiy bays sho uuver did boo
ouo so binart fer yer ao nor such a com-
I fort around the houso. You'd butter go
"1 was hurryiu' with all my might.
But aro )ou biuo she said all them
"Yea, aud ft lot inoie, Qo on, she's
vvaitiu' fer v now."
"Wull, 1 don't know, I tell ye, Jimmy,
I'm might doubtful iu my mind about
whothor 1 hadn't better stay lot,"
b.;;i; iita im uo.s
LOO A I, LIN II.
fiom !?. F.
April 1!) .' April 20
May 17 '. May 21
Juno U .-...Juno UJ
July 12 .'I... July 10
Aug 0 s . . . Aug 10
Sept (1 .w , Sept 13
Novl . . . .tfff!,l?: Nov 8
Arrive fiom San
Sail for San Fran
Mouowai. . ..April 7 lameda
Alameda . . .May 5 Mariposa
Manposii June 2 Mouowai
Mouowai Juno 30 Alameda
Alameda Inly 28 Mariposa
Maiiposu Aug 2o Mouowai
MouoiMii Sopt 22 Alameda
Alameda Oct 20 ... ..Mariposa
Mariposa Nov 17 Mouowai
Pacific fail stcaisliiii Co,
Occidental & Grlentai S, S, Co,
For Yokohama & Hongkong.
Steamers of the abous Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to the
abovo ports on or about the following
Stmr. "China". May 4, 1802
Stmr. "Gaelic"...' July 2, 1832
For Sau Francisco.
Steamers of the above Companies will
call at llonoluhi on their ay from
Hongkong and Yokolriinn to the above
port on or about the follow iug dates:
'Chin" Junu21, 1892
Gaelic" Ann. 17, 1892
Z5F Round Trip Tickets, to Yokohama
aud return, 8J"0.
ESsfi" For freight and pissugci, apply to
K. HACKFELD 6. CO.,
267 tf Agents.
Tho undersigned having been appoiutca
solo agents for thu Hawaiian
For tho Celebrated
From the works of
BURHAM, WILLIAMS & CO.,
A10 now prepared to give estimates and
iccelve orders for thcso engines, of
size and style.
The BALOWIN l.OCOMOTIVK WOKK8
11113 now mauufactmiiig a stylo of Loco
motive particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of which have recently been
leceivcd at these Islands, and we will
have pJeabiiio lu furnishing plantation
agents and managers with particulars
Thu superiority of these Locomotives
overall other makes Is not only known
heio but Is acknowledged throughout
the United States.
Wm. G. IRWIN & Co., L,
Solo AgutiU for Hawaiian Isla'ida
J.V.VIMI.II,'ill,,l)llS W.IJ.WlSll.li.Mll,, IUI8.
WINTER & WINTER,
Olllco Hotel St., opii. Y. M. C. A
joining the Honolulu Library.
Brunch Olllco, : : . J00 Koarny ht S. V.
LL Dental operations sWIfully per
V. formed at Sun Fiaueleco pilces;
which are 0 peiceiit cheaper lium Hono
lulu piicc; and If not ui good as thu
bent DcnlUtry iu Honolulu 110 chaigo
will bo mado, You need not go to Salt
Francisco lor your Deutistiy. Otirgie.t
1 eduction In pilces tho oJiUeiis have de
manded, and wo will supply the demand.
wr. u.wi: ruiiii to ukuais 1
E3T Call and get prices and save your
money. Wo leluiii our thanks to tho
ultiuus of Hawaii, Maul and Kauai lor
their llboiul o.itioiiuge and solicit a cou
tiiiiiuucu of the same,
Oi'Kici: Hants; 7 a. m. to 0 i. m.
aiUXUY TO ilUJ LD IIOMIJS.
T F you havo 11 lot, 1
will build vou a
lumUli iho money on
JL.. Ml? Yfc.lt,
1SU Foit stleet.
Mutual Tel. CO-': V, O. liox 387."
Win. G. Irwin & Company,
OFFKU KOK 8ALK
JLiiuae Nc Cement,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam i'ipo Covering, all sizes.
UVOii. & OHIiANDT'B
Grade Ciiemlcal Cane Kdimra.
Fairbank Canning Co.'o Cornet
Beof, 1 ami 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARBELS.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London &. Lincishire Fire Ins. Co.
Thames & Mersey Marina ins. C .
New York Life Insurance Co.,
Atsets, SI 15,947,809.97.
Ucneiul Agent for Hawaiian Inlands.
. &. mi & CO.,
Win. G. Irwlu. .
W. M. Uiffanl...
Theo. V. l'ortcr.
..l'leslUeut & Manager
Secretary ito Treasurer
AGENTS OK TI1K
Of Han KrunclHi'o, Vnl.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lifo, Firo & Marino
finsurance Agents !
fiew.England Mntnal Lite Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins, Co. ot Hartford,
OK BAN KHANOISCO, CALIFORNIA.
list ok opkickiu:
J. O. Carter President & Manager
G. II, Bubeitsou.. Tieasurer
E. F. Bishop....... Secretary
V, F. Allen Audltoi
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Window Cornices at prices
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