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FRIDAY, JULY 1, 1892.
It il S S Mouowai, Carey, from San Frau-
Stmr W G Hull, from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr Pelc from Kauai
Stmr Ifaulu from Lahaiua
Sclir Sarah & Eliza front Koolau
K M S S
at ;! p m
Carey, for the Col-
VESSELS LEAVINC TO-MORROW.
Am bk Mary S Ames. Knowles,for Hani
burfj, via Lj'san Inland
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
.Stmr W G Hall- anil bags-sugar. 81 bags
coffee, 42 bags awa, 24 head cattle,
183 dry bidi'S, 41 green hides, 40 kgs
butter and 150 pkgs Rtiudrics.
r-f'rom San Francisco, peril M S S
Mnowai, July 1 Mr McUhcsney and
wife, Mrs G C Lees, Miss-es May (2),
Ca.pt Chas Nelson, G C Davidson,
YAtea Steiling, J E llolker, G E Fair
chi'.ld, L II Low, G II Mather, J Greig,
J jiartrum and 32 in second class.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr
V G Hall, July 1IIon V G Irwin,
Hon "W 11 Cornwall, L P Fisher. K
Douglass, J Todd, J S Antonio, J M
Camara, C Akau, Miss L Maliiai and
7or the Colonies, per II M S S Mo
ai, July 1 Miss Kennedy and 7-1
For San Fraucisco, per bk S C Al
len, Juno 110 J Pritchard, Jas Jaeger,
Mrs A K Weir, Miss May Weir, Mas
tors Willio'and Andrew Weir, Miss J
M flight, Mibs Itosi' Highl.
FOP.EICN VESSELS IN PORT.
S S San FiaiiciK-o, lieur-Admiral
Brown, from San Dlcip
via sh Puctolus, lteudle, from Newcastle,
Am bkuiu Plutitei. Dow, from Sun Fran
cisco Am sclir Aloha, Johnson, from San
Am bgt Win G Irwin, McCulloch, from
Am Hchr Alice Cooke, Penlmllow, from
Eo bk Opldr, Uriigiiiorc, from Newcastle,
N S W -
Nor bk Uavfruuti, Evensen, from New
castle Brit bk Sumatra from Newcastle, NSW
Brit bk Veritas from Newcastle. N S W
Am bktue S G Wilder. Uilllllth, from San
, . FOREIUN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II 1 il S Hie), Mori, from Japan
U S S Boston, from San Fraucisco, July
V M S S Gaulle, l'earuu, from San Fruu-
clsco, July 2
-ULS8 Pultuns, duo
4 in bk Matilda, from Newcastle, N S XV,
Am schr Transit, Jorgensen, from San
Am bktue SN Custlu, Hubbard, from San
Am bktno blscovcry, McNeill, from San
Ger bk .1 O I'llnt'or, from Bremen, July
Ger bk J C OluTle, fiom Liverpool, June
Haw ship IIulu Brewer, from Glusgow,
du V"; '"
Am b' jlurgmet from Newcastle, NSW
Bl-' ,ia trom Newcastle, N S W
Nor sh Morning Light, Johauseh, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bktue Wiustler, Bergman, from Syd
ney SHIPPING NOTES.
HAN l'lUNOISUO NOTES,
7 . ArnlvedKiom Honolulu, Juno 0, bk
' Colusa, 28 days; Juno 10, bktue S N
Custlu, in days; Juuu lf, barks Forest
' Qiiitii and Sonoma, IK days respectively
anil bktue IrmgaiiJ, li) days; June 17, S
Oollmu, )i dujs.
Arrived From Kahulul, June 17, sell
.'.nun, IB days; bktno Skagit, 17 days.
Di!iui'tuies- June IK, fit-li Transit and
bkttiu Discovery for Honolulu; June 21,
i It M S S Mouowai, for thu Colonies, via
. Projected Depuituies July 1, bktno
S N CabiU-j Juno 2ft, S S Gaelic, for Yo-
kohuiuu uil Hongkong, via Honolulu;
July u, S ' AtiMrulla, for llonolillu.
w.mimWiBi ou 1 1 nwm r iia'jflJTawi
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
The yacht race on tho 4th of July
promised to bo mi (.'soiling event.
Eiohty-onb b igs of the fntnott Ko
na eofleo ciimo by tho W. Q. Hull to
day. A piiivatk buter from Konu an
nounces the death of Mrs. Charles
Tub "milliiiii dollar suit" has been
decided against the Wuikapu I'lanta
A NWMHEU of bicycles were among
the freight of Iho S. S. Mouowai for
Captain Allan Sinierson, of the W.
(1. Hull, unpolled strong trado winds
in the channel.
1Iom. W. G. Irwin and
Coiuwell weio passengers
W. (. Hall this morning.
Henky M. Stanlky, tho African ex
plorer, is tliu Unionist candidato for
North Lambeth, England.
The opera "King Kaliko" proved a
dead failure in New York. It cost
.7000 to put it on the boards.
Le Comiiat, Paris, of May 21 has
an article of a column and n half
descriptive of the Hawaiian Kingdom.
Mk. and Mrs. J. McUheency arrived
home on thu Monowui this morning,
after a pleasant honeymoon trip to
Duiuno the, Mouowai's stay in port
her passengers took in tho bights in
and about tho city. Not a few visited
Missus J. M. and Rose llight, con
nected with the Kamehameha Schools,
left for San Francisco yesterday on
the bark S. G. Allen.
The crew of tho steamer Pele were
arrested shortly after her arrival to
day, accused of fishing with giant
powder at Makawcli, Kauai.
The O. & O. S. S. Co.'s steamer
Gaelic will be due to-morrow from
San Francisco on her way to Yoko
hama and Hongkong, with one day's
The only case in tho Police Court
this morning was that of Arthur
Hunt, charged with using profane
language. Hunt failing to appear
Tun United States cruiser Boston
sailed from San Francisco on June
21st for this port to relieve the San
Francisco, which is expected to leave
on July 11th.
The daiice on the evening of tho
fourth will be in a new lauai on the
Hawaiian Hotel grounds. The plat
form, strongly built and spacious, is
There have been showers at Puna
hou on 25 duys during the month of
Juno, but a rainfall of only 1.8S
inches. At the Electric Light Works
the rainfall was 10.17 inches.
Mk. Adolph B. Spreckels of San
Francisco bought the thoroughbred
Australian stallion Idalium from It.
B. do Lopez. The price was $15,000
and Mr. Spreckels bought the liorso
to keep him on the Pacific Coast.
The U. S. S. Thetis arrived at San
Francisco on June 18, 13 days from
Honolulu. Her cable route survey
is declared to be better determined
than that of tho Albatross and tho
most accurate so far made.
Wm. O'Connor defeated Hanluu,
G inula ur and Hosmer in a single
sculling race at Erie, Pa., on June
22d. The course was a hundred
yards over a mile and a half, and O'
Connor's time was 19 m. 42 s., Hos
mer was a boat length behind.
The P. M. S. S. China, which was
expected to call hero but didn't, ar
rived at San Francisco on the 23d
tilt., in 12 days, 13 hours, ( minutes
from Yokohama,bcingoniy48 minutes
behind her best record. She would
lmvo made the trip in less than 12
days had not heavy weather on the
second day out compelled slowing
Last night about midnight a fire
broke out in the carriage house of
Chief Justice Judd, which might have
proved a serious conllngration hud it
not been seen by one of tho Secreta
ries of the Japanese Legation. Some
cloths used in oiling Hoors and well
soaked with oil, turpentino and var
nish, had been placed in the harnces
room during tho afternoon and tho
door closed. A proper use of the gar
den lioso put the fire out. It is sup
posed to have been caused by sponta
ARRESTED FOR SMUGGLING.
Henry Prell, cook of the bark
Sonoma, was arrested on the arrival
of that vessel at San Francisco June
17, on a charge of smuggling six
Chinese into America. The vessel
was searched and among a lot of bar
rels were found the Chinamen. In
default of $5000 bonds Prell was
confined iu the County jail. The
Collector at San Francisco received
intimation from a correspondent here
by tho Mouowai of the six Chinamen
being on board. Captain Lee of
the Sonoma was notified that under
the law he must take the coolies hack
to Honolulu, and that he is subject
to $500 line for each one that es
capes. ILLINOIS WISE.
The trial of Illinois Wise, the cook
of the barkentinc Dimoad, arrested
for the murder of the Chinaman
found in the harbor on April 19, has
been set for July 8 in San Francisco.
Tho colored Masons and other
colored associations in San Francis
co are doing their utmost to secure
Wise's release, having employed the
best lawyers in the city to defend
him. Consequently Captain Hop
kins and his prisoner are not expect
ed here for some months, as the
probability is that Wise's counsel
will have the case remauded now
and again. It will cost the Hawaii
an Government no little amount be
fore the matter has beeu dcUuitely
Nominated on .the Firat Ballot.
A E. Stevenson of Illinois for
(San Francisco, June 24, per S. S.
Grover Cleveland was nominated
for President on the first ballot at the
Democratic National Convention in
Chicago shortly before daylight on the
23d of June. The ex-President was no
minated by Governor Ahbcttof New
Jersey, the Arkansas delegation jiv
ing up its place to that of New
Jersey in the roll call.
John It. Fellows of New York
nominated David B. Hill of New
John M. Duncotnuc of Iowa nomi
nated Horace Boies of Iowa.
There was a motion to adjourn
which was voted down. It was just
3:25 a. m. when the result of the
ballot was announced.
The vote was as follows, fi99 being
necessary to a choice :
o a; ts
Indian Territory 2
New Hampshire 8
New Jersov 20
New York. 0
Nortli Carolina 3
North Dakota 6
Rhode Island 8
South Carolina 0
South Dakota 7
West Virginia 7
District of Columbia. .. 2
New Mexico 4
GIG 112 103
There were 78 scattering votes,
North Carolina thus dissipating 17
out of her 22, and Ohio 10 of her 1(1
votes. The scattered votes were:
Gorman SGi, Stevenson lGlj, Morri
son 5, Carlisle 15, Campbell 2, Pat
tison 1, Whitney 1, Russell 1.
Prior to the nomination a long
platform was adopted. Tho follow
ing amendment, with which Neal of
Ohio interrupted Chairman Jones of
tho committee on resolutions while
reading tho original draft, was pascd
by 5Gt ayes to 342 noes:
"We denounce Republican protec
tion as a fraud on the labor of the
ore at majority of the American peo
ple for the benefit of the few. Wo
declare il to be the fundamental
principle of the Democratic party
that the Federal Government has no
constitutional power to impose and
collect taiiff duties except for pur
poses of revenue only, and we de
mand that the collection of such
taxes shall be limited to the necessi
ties of the Government when honest
ly and economically administered."
There was un interesting but good
natured scene between Vilas and
Henry Wutteraou in the debate on
the tariff amendment. Vilas read
opinions of Wattersou on the resolu
tion of 1884, which Watterson now
wanted struck out although he prais
ed it then. Watterson replying said :
"Since that time we have had a sec
ond Morrison bill, the Mills bill, the
message of the President in 1887,
the great campaign education in 1888
and I suy to myself, 'my God, is it
possible that in 1892 we huve to go
back for a a tariff plunk to the strad
dle of 1884?'"
A minority report presented by
Patterson of Colorado, proposing to
insert the word "free" before "coin
ago" was put aucl declared lost.
Tho convention wnicnllud.to order
aiain ut Ji o'clock p.-m., Um feamli
day. John U. Lamb of Indiana
nominnted Isaac 'i-V Grny of that
State for Vice-Presiihnt. Nicholas
K. Worlliinglon of Illinois nominated
Adlai 15. Stevenson of that State.
Bilwin F. Uhl of Michigan nominated
Allan B. More. Chief Justice of that
StaU Gene al K. S. Bragir nf Wis
consin nominated John L. Mitchell
of Milwaukee. Rlili-ld of Iowa no
minaed t'ol. Henry Wtitlerson, the
distinguished Kentucky ed.tor. Mon
tana Humiliated W. llnurke Cuckruti
of New Yoik and Judge Lunihert
Tree of Illinois. Governor Flower
gave New Yoik's 72 votes solid for
Stevi'ii-'on. Noitli Camlut wint
straight lor Su-vm-on. Al the re
quest of Oil. Wutleison Iowa changed
us vote to SUveiiMiii. Alter seeial
Statci followed for the Illinois man,
Cole of Ohio, getting u hearing above
the din of wild enthusiasm, moved
that Stevenson's nomination be made
by acclamation. Hensel of Pennsyl
vania seconded the nomination and it
was unanimously adopted amid great
Stevenson was Assistant Postmaster-General
in thu Cleveland ad
Just before the close of the con
vention the arc lights gave way and
fell among the delegates. Theie
was for a timej every piomise of a
panic in which many lives might have
been lost, bill cool-headed delegates
and policemen, aided by band music,
quelled the tumultuous stampede.
Violent thunder and rain storms at
different times interrupted the pro
ceedings of tho convention.
The whaling brig Alexander was
wrecked on St. Paul's Island, April
20, and is a total loss. All hands
were saved and will return to Port
Townsend on the steamer Bertha.
For the third time within a week a
large portion of the downtown busi
ness district of Chicago was inun
dated on the 23d by a heavy fall of
rain. Restaurants were Hooded by
the bursting of the main sewer, and
among the customers driven out
were many delegates to the Demo
cratic convention. Galena and Itock
ford, Illinois, are also Hooded.
Emmons Blaine, sou of ex-Secretary
Blaine, died in Chicago on June
18 of blood poisoning, lie was 35
years old and, although educated for
the law, had taken up railway busi
ness. Al his death he was general
agent of the Baltimore and. Ohio
Railway with his ollice in Chicago.
In 1889 he married Miss Anita Mc
Cormick, daughter of Cyrus McCor
mick, at Richfield Springs, N. Y.
The bride brought to her husband
for a dowry nearly 3,000,000. One
child, a son, now nearly 2 years old,
was the result of the union.
Chuuncey M. Depew will be offer
ed the position of Secretary of State,
in succession to Jas. G. Blaine,
whenever he informs the President
he will accept. He will have to re
sign seventeen positions in some of
the biggest companies in the country
if he take the ollice.
The Paris Figaro is out in advocacy
of a universal exposition in Paris in
A crowded Unionist meeting was
held in London on the 22d to sup
port the appeal of the Protestants
of Ulster to England. Many titled
and prominent persons were present.
Sir George Chubb presided. The
Duke of Argyll delivered a speech,
in which he declared it u slanderous
falsehood to say the people of Ulster
were aiming at religious ascendancy.
"They were," he said, "against the
ascendancy of the village rullian and
the parish pope."
Olllcial advices received in Berlin
from East Africu confirm the reports
of the disaster thai hefel the German
forces under the command of Baron
von Bulow in the Voshi territory.
Tho advices add that Baron von Bu
low, Lieutenant Wolfram and twenty
of the Soudanese soldiers attached
to the expedition were killed. The
remainder hold Kihnaujaro with 01
men. A detachment has been sent
to their relief.
The Rome Tribune, commenting
upon the story from Seattle, Wash.,
that four Italian laborers were lynch
ed for killing u foreman, urges the
Government to make inquiry, and if
it proves to be another wanton attack
on Italians, to make the strongest
protest to the Government of the
Gladstone is urging unity in the
Irish parliamentary party.
Kuvuchol, the Paris anarchist, has
been sentenced to death.
Boers have entered the Portuguese
colony of Angola, West Africa, and
proclaimed a republic.
Cholera is extending In the manu
facturing suburbs of Puns.
Advices ft oiii Afghanistan show
the rebellion among the Urgiigliiiu
Haxtras against the Ameer to he as
suming formidable proportions. Of
5000 regular troops and flOOO irregu
lars sent against the rebels 250 regu
lars and 1200 irregulars were killed
in various engagements, The Am
eer's soldiers are dispirited and
many are deserting.
The rebellious province of Hio
Grande do Sul in Brazil has not yet
been reduced to submission. Gov
ernment gunboats began bombarding
Poit Alergc on Sunday tho lillh inst.
Pulucio, the Dictator of Venezuela,
has lied the country unci taken ref
uge in Trinidad. As mi immediate
result of his llight, hundreds of po
litical prisoners were released from
The tug Standard foundered off
Cape Mudge, while ou her way from
Victoria to Skecna river. All hands
except the engineer, Charles Murray,
were lost, numbering six.
THE OLDEST DAILY In
JL Klugdom The Dally Uulletlu.
V.x ' Ilriiminv.''
The Pactfic Hardware Cqrft&fc
have just received from Engt23
invoice of the well-known D.uilt
Wuic. comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., I'lc.
Their upply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating OiK
Curbiilinenni Avcuutius by Ihc bar
icl, ciisi- nr -uiuIIit quantity.
Til 10 ellicucy of hoi water in inflam
matory condiiions can baldly bo
overrated. To u limited extent its
value has lung been known. Our
grandmothers made use of woolen
cloths dipped in hot water as a sub
stitute tor hot-water bags. At present
the worth of this remedy in almost all
forms of pain is generally recognized
by the medical piofess'on.
Hot cloths, however, are not con
venient of application ; are apt to wet
the clothes, and they soon cool and
require repented dipping. The rubber
bug is in every respect utiperior. Once
biought to tho proper temperature,
the heat is long let.unetl; it is neat,
and ea.-y of application.
Wo have them in sizes of 1, 2, 3
and 4 quarts.
Every household idiould have one
at least ready for an emergency.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO..
CniT Fort V- ICIiitr '"trci'ts.
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Household Furniture !
On THURSDAY, July Ttli,
AT HI O'CLOCK A. .11..
At the ReMiU-iice of MJ. A. If. WIOIK,
No. 'J Kukui street, I will sell at
Public Auction the
B. W. PLUSH PARLOR SET,
Wicker Rockers, Curtains & Pole-,
Bevelled Plate Glass .Minor,
New Uhandellors, Pictures,
Oak Center Table,
4 Ash Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
Mattrasses, Moipiito Nets,
Center & Sofa Kugs,
B. W. IOxtension Table & Chairs,
Crockery it Glassware,
HAVILANO DINNER SET,
B. W. hlcleboanl, Hud Lounges,
Hanging Lamps, Stove it Utensils,
New Tip Seat Brake,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
JAS. F. MOUGAV,
t or Portland, 0., & Victoria, B. C.
Of the above blue will be due
will have immediate dispatch for
tQf Fur Freight or Passage apply to
411 171 Agents.
HPIIIO undcrnlgiied. Assignee of tlioEs
X tatu of Lam Ifal Wing, Honolulu,
a baukiupt. hereby gives notion to all
tho creditors who have proved their
claims against tliu said estate that he
has tiled IiIm accounts us, such Assignee
iu the Supreme Court, and that he will
apply for a settlement of such accounts
and for a discharge from all liability as
such Assignee on WEhXESIMY, the
fit li day of .Inly, IS!);!, al 10 o'clock a. m.,
iu the .Supreme Court.
Asiguuu of Lain Kul Wing, Huukrupt.
Honolulu, June :I0. i-hlC'. 400 at
HOUSE below the Pri
son, contains it Kooins,
Dlnlugriioiu. Pantry, Kitchen
Kent 815 per month. Apply
I 51 1 tn
I.. 1. I'KICS AKDKK.
At II l Wiehnmn's.
NOTICE to OKE1HTOKS.
ANY party or pintles having claims
aiMlunt me. forward saiuu In
bill, and I will settle In full.
O. ltov CJ'J, .Sacramento, Cal.
LL nervous having claims against
me will plrasti trial in Iheir bllU
before .Inly 10th for payment. All ac
counts due me unlet bu paid be foil) i hat
date, as I Intend leaving thu Kingdom.
A. K. WEI It.
Honolulu, July 1, 16US. I til lw
A MAN who uudcititamls farming
uuil taking can1 of stock; unlet he
tyibcr and thuruugtil) pimtcil In hU work
and htivii good icfcrciiccs; none hut a
competent man need apply, Adtluiaa
"P. O. Box L," Honolulu. 412 1m
iTIIC ill I
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HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Biiuk, Hi'iinliibt.
ow iw - Mtmmmm antiwww w wmrmm an wownawftW aaiww
104 Fort bxreet, Honolulu.
WK HAVE THE VERY
Special Reduction in School Hats
tor FOR I WEEK ONLY -a
CKiLDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
T EMPLE OF FASHION
Ooi-i.'i- IToi-l. Sc llotl !"irri-iK,
We Will Sell THIS WEEK at Reduced Prices
WHITE DRESS GOODS, CORSETS, KID GuOVES,
RIBBONS, FANS, ETC., ETC,
CS J .1 O JV 4 3 XI V rl? 53
Shoes & Boy's Clothing: Etc.,
S. EIIULICII &
Al Greatly liedueeil Prices.
Ob-si tie Portieres at !ji( a Pair. Black Beaded Capes for Luilit-s, $5 Reduced
from $15 .mil $20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new lino of Challics at -lOo. per yard. 12-inch All Wool Dress
Goods, iu Plain, Striped and Checked, reduced tfbm
.fl to 00c. per yard, at
F. EBLERS &
fi lires.Ninaklng under the
4th of July, 1892. i
lay- The Royal Hawaiian Siring Hum!
and Native Slngeis, under Iho peiou d
direction of Prof. Burger, will bu lu at
tunduni'u to furnish inii.sle for Dune
lug, etc., during the day.
TRAINS LEAVE HONOLULU at 7-ti'.
!, 10, 11, l'J, 1, 2, :i, 1 ami l:::n
RETURN' I NO LEWE REMOND
GROVE at 0, 10, 11. 12, 1,'J, il, 1, 5
and i! o'clock.
Popular Rates of Faro:
50G--ROUND TSIF 50c
Japanese Wrestling ! foot Racing !
Ilorsu llaciny! Tug-cl-Wjr!
And Other Spoils!
TRAINS LEWT. HONOLULU at 7:!0,
U, a and I :;io o'clock.
RETURNING LKWEEWA MILL at
b : 10, lU::it, 3:;iS and 5:tL' o'cluik,
Popular Rates of Pare:
YANKEE DOODLE !
Timo makes many chang-os
and it's about liino some
changes should be made in
your dinnci' set. Thu ueV
designs in II A. V UjA j O
which wc show is iho begfc
change you can make.
Now Goods ex "Vf. 0-.
Irwin'' noV on exhibition and
Prices much lower
LATEST STYLES IN
NEW RIB30NS 1
Comer Fort & ',
CO.'S, 99 FORT
iniiiiiigemeiil of MLSS C'LAKIf. B
'jt'o iNicr :
COTTAGE on Emma street, lately oc
cupied by Mr. .Mei'arthy. Hunt 8:t0
per mouth and water rate.
CO'IT'AGE on Iflii
Crabbe. Kent S
by Sir. Olaieueo
'.: per mouth ami
44it 1 in
FOR SALE I
I II AVE lour Mini RuMdunce Sites,
situated ou 1 ilkol btieut, for sulu.
The Lots have a fioutiiL'ti of III feet ou
Phkol street uuil mo '.'00 feet deep, are
nicely laid out ill fruit and shade trees
and are all coveied with grass; water
laid on throughout. The situation ot
there Lot- and the limited number maku
it necessary that intending puiehusers
.-hould imiku eaily application to thu
umb'i'slgui'd, from whom all particular
cm bo had. .IAS. F. MORGAN.
,iji thu Exlatti of i bus Lung, do-
i:uaed, Minuted In M uioii Valley and
i for iho past 10 yens having been occu-
I pteil by A. A. Jliiuuinu Tin-re are two
picct'i.; the ilrt con-Ming of a Largu
1 Pa ldck on thu Walkikl Mile ot thu
upper .Mmioa ro id and Milr.iblu forgrow-
bu almost anything, the second on tho
j Ewashloof Hi" upper .Manna load, bo
lug a Laigu Paiiilock Miliublu lor pu
j tillage, togethi'l "I'll alt iho llullilliigs
theirou. Ponri'ihui given at once. For
' paillculm-d apply to
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J lMuturo Fraimss niiulo to
ortloi from latest styles of
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moiiMlngs, Uuuovution ofk
old iiicttirufl a 8MMsiuu' ,.
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