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Tondora for Purchase of Hawaiian
Nollco is lioroby glvon that uiulor autho
rity of Chanter !W, Sclim Uiws of 1S,
"An Act to i;iva ftvintcr security to Popo
sltuM in tho Hawaiian l'otiil Hnvlnpi
Hank," tho I'ostimistpr-ftcnrrnl olVor Tor
snlu $o0,()00 of Colinon UoniNtif the Hawai
ian Qurornmunt, such honiln to In le-wil
in tho ilvuoiiiiiititiiiii of One Thouunl )ol-lnr-i
om'li, ri'iletMitnlili1 In not li1 tlinn ilvo
yunrs nor nioro than twenty yi-ar-t, with
inturettat six nereent. iur aiiiutui, imyii
hlo sumi-iinimiilly, irlnciinl ami Inti-rott
jiayahlo in U. S. gold coin, tho hondi to
express on tholr face thai thoy are N-mi'd
as security for the l'otnl Savings Hank
Tenders for tho purchase of the whole or
any part of said lunula will bo received at
tho olllee of tlm lteglstrar of i'uhlie Ae
coitnts, Finance Department, up to l:!
o'clock on THUltSDAY, tho 1-t day of
The I'ostnmster-Oeiienil tloe- not hlnil
himself to accept any teniler, or the whole
of anv tender.
Dated August !, 1S1I2.
II. A. Wiii:mj.n,
Minister of Kinance.
Minister of Foreign Allairs.
C. X. S I' EN U Kit,
Minister of Interior.
II. A. Wiiikmvn.n,
Attorney-General ad interim.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of Deepening tho
Channel at the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will be in operation night
At night there will he a Danger Signal
placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger,
about 'M feet above sea level, which can be
hcen by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The Signal consists
of .'! lied lights and a
White light as in , "u i:cu
the diagram the red
lights being about 3 '
feet apart, with thu wiiiti:
white light in the
All steamers cioss
ing the Bar will stop ' - -
at a safe distance from the Dredger and
give one blast of their whistle, which will
be answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to be followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
Tho Tug will be on band when not other
wise engaged lo assist nailing unift hi pass,
ing the Dredger when necessary.
0. N. Sl'KNCKIt,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, March !), IK).'.
Her Majesty the Queen will hold an Olli
cial Reception at lolani Palace on FRI
DAY, the 2d of September, from 11 o'clock
A. M. to V2 o'clock noon.
The order of the Presentation at Court
for that day will be as follows:
At 11 a. M. Tho Chancellor of tho King
dom, Her Majesty's Ministers, the Presi
dent of the Legislative Assembly and the
Justices of the Supreme Court.
At 11:10 a. m. The Nobles and Itcpie
sentatives of the Legislative As.sembly and
the members of the Privy Council of Slate.
At 11:'J0 A. i. Government OilleinN.
At 11:10 a. M. Captain Gilbert C. Willie
and the Ofllcers of the U. S. S. Boston.
At 1 1 :4.1 a. m. The Consular Corps.
At ll:.r5 A. M. The Diplomatic Repre
sentatives accredited to tho Court of Ha
waii. Tho ladies will bo presented to the Queen
immediately after each oilicial pie-entii-tiou,
"Full Dress" will bo tho dress to be worn
on this occasion.
JAM KB W. ItOllKUTSON,
Chamberlain of the Royal Household.
lolani Palace, August L'i), lh!)i
Holders of AVntur Privileges, or tlnr-u
paying Water Rates, are hereby notilled
that, owing to tho drouth and tho scarcity
of water in tho Government Reservoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are fiom 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to (I o'clock r. m,, until further notice.
JOHN O. WHITK,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. X. Sl'KNI'l'.H,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 5, 18!).',
It has pleased Her Majesty the Queen to
Attorney-General, vice His llNcellcnoy
Hon. II, A. Widomann, Attoriiey-Guiioral
Ioluiil Palace, Augusta), 18').'.
FKIDAY, tins &I day of Beiilcmbor,
being the AiinivurMiry of thu llirtli of Hur
Majesty tho (Jneon, will bo oburvcl as a
National Holiday, anil all Oovvrniuunt
Oflli'es throughout tho Kingdom will bu
closed on that day,
0. N. Sl'KKOKIt,
51inlti'r of the Intciior.
Interior Olllee, Aug. 1, 1KOJ.
Jill. DAVID XAONK has thib.liiy beon
appointed u Member o the Hoail Hoard
for tho Taxation District of Koulatiloa,
Onlul, or tho unexpired term made vacant
by thu resignation of itev. S, Kapii.
f, X. BI'KNOUH,
Minister of tho Interior,
interior Olllee, Aug, 1, Iby.'. WJ-at
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I'ledfrd In vrilhrr Sir! nor lirlj,
llul KattdiUshrd for thr HrnrjU of Ml.
TUESDAY. AUU. IV,), 1SD2.
Tim Bt'i.untx is not tosponsiblo for
tho opinions of conlribtilors on tlio
lottery selu'iuu any nioro than for
tlioso on any otlinr matter.
II was observed on Sunday that
tho hydraulic dredge was discharg
ing sand into the sea. -A complaint
having reached the Hri.i.nriN on tho
'matter, informal ion was sought at
tho Bureau of Public "Works and
cheerfully given by Mr. Mcintosh,
tho Superintendent. Tho main
dredging has been completed, leav
ing alternate hollows and hummocks
at tho bottom of the channel. Tho
dredge spout a day or two moving
over tho course to level olT tho bot
tom, a process that did not admit of
discharging on tho enclosed dump.
There is now a channel over tho bar
200 feet wide and 1100 feet long,
with a doptli of ISO feet at lowvaler.
About 100 feet at the seaward end
remains to lie dredged, and for this
length it is impossible, except at a
very great expenditure of time and
money- perhaps even at that- -to lay
the pipes to the dump owing to tho
rough and deep water to lie travers
ed. Piles are lifted by the waves no
sooner than their points are driven
into tho sand, and this difficulty
would have to bo overcome for li0
additional feet of pipe line to tho
dump. Under these circumstances
tho Minister of the Interior has given
permission to tho contractors to
pump the sand out to sea for that
100 feet. It is expected that tho
now channel will bo completed in
side of two weeks.
"When the contractors report com
pletion the Public Work.-, Bureau
will sound the onliie channel. For
this purpose an apparatus is being
constructed similar to ono in use
olsowhore. which will do more accu
rate work than could bo done' with
lead and line. A perpendicular rod
of piping will extend down HO feet
from the surface on each side of the
steam tug, and a horizontal rod will
be joined to the lower ends of the
perpendicular rods. With this ap
paratus, attached tho tug will steam
slowly forth and back over the entire
channel. If there is a spot less than
SO feet in depth it will bo detected
by this operation. When tho work
is found to he satisfactorily accom
plished and so certified, and tho final
payment is made to the contractors,
tho dredge will become the propeiiy
of tho Government. It will be a
valuable plant to own, too, for the
scooping drodgo would probably
have taken a year or more to do tho
work that has been done in about
three months by this hydraulic
dredge, at an expense much loss,
quantity for quantity, for tho re
moval of tho material than would
havHji'iMontaiU 1 by tho old method.
Th- j'ropliccii-s of failure that,
were -n proliiic when tho machine
was building, and while it was ex
perimenting with the peculiar con
ditions ol the place of operation,
have all come to naught like a great
deal more of tho spiteful partisan
detraction of tho administration.
By next mail for foreign parts wo
can proclaim to the world that our
harbor is acec-'dilo for ships of the
deepest dr.c.ight, thereby greatly on
hanci" ilie importance, of Honolulu
as a n,'i(3ii:'.ji!". for both national
ve.ssols and tho commercial marine,
ff Mr. Spencer had dono nothing
else in ins liicuniDoncy ol Ji mister ol
the Interior than this groat work,
his record should go down in our
political history as ono of the most
useful over made by a Minister in
Tho I'ai'ilio Wlu'olinon'n raeos on
Saturday afternoon on King stri'ol
woro witncsM'd by a lartfo uuiubur of
puoplu. It was thu third moot of
I ho i!3'i'lo moil. Tho initial porform
ani'o was tho raco for tho I'ai'ilio
WIu'oIiiioii'h I'linnipionshi) medal.
Thoro worn six onirics to (ho lirnt
At tho start If. Walhur took tho
load, followed by Ruby Dnxtor.
Wallcor found his mistake at thu
ipinrtor milo whon II. OiliM, who had
boon msorviug his Htrongth, put on
a spurt and took tjiu load, maintain
ing it to tho linihh and winning by
about six yards, J)tixtor second and
Walkor third. Timo, 2 ntiii, 11 wee.
Oilos i.s a young follow, slim in
.Mature and, though ho doesn't look
vory strong, has good staying powor.
In riding Gilos' niovoinunt is vory
rpiiek but ho is also steady. Doxlor
is about as good a cynliM as any,
but ho hasn't got tliowind. "Wallcor
wants a Jit Ho moro oxporiouco, when
Jib will bo in it with thu bust of
Tho M'i'ond raco was a handicap.
Only two iiiuii, Kred. Jluloy and
Chris. "Willis, toning thu scnitnh, tho
raco was uiiintonsst ing, K was won
by Jfaloy, tuny not, takyii,
Tho final competition was a half
milo race, and was ono of tho pretti
est raeos of tho day. T. V. Cum
mins, Yr. Bush, W. Peterson and II.
12. Walker wore entered. Cummins
snntehed tho lead at the start and it
was nip and tuekbolween him and
Walker for a quarter of a mile, when
Walker took tho lead and finished
"hands breasted." Time, 1 mill. 18il
seconds. Willie Peterson was sec
ond, Hush third, Cummins giving up
Ansivrmnonts of Toachors for tho
Torm beginning Monday, Sop
The following are some of the as
signments lately made by tho Board
of Education to the public schools
for the term to open on Monday,
Mrs. W. G. Walker to Ookala.
C. 11. Swain to Laupahoehoe.
George Kamakeo to Pohnkaupukn.
Miss Doyo, promoted to bo princi
pal, and Miss K. B. MeLeod, assist
ant, at llilo.
D. II. Kahaulelio lo Napoopoo.
Miss Mary Atkins to Ainakea.
Mr. and Mrs. Estop to llonokaa.
.1. A. Mooro to Wailuku, with Miss
12. Tidd as assistant.
Miss Hitchio lo Wnikapu. t
Clias. Baldwin to Haiku.
Mrs. L. At water and Miss Moss
man to bo assistants at Hamakua
poko. A. C. McCartney to bo principal
G. L. Edwards from Kauuakakai
Mrs. St ranch to bo principal at
Miss Aheong to Pauoa.
Miss Agnow to bo principal at
Kalihi-waena, with Miss Lynch as
Mrs. xnnio Poolo to bo principal
at Kalihi-uka, with Miss Kininiaka
W. 1. Wells from Hanaloi to Ko
kaha. .1. C. Davis to bo principal at Ha
naloi, with Miss Maud Hatfield as
Miss Ellen Nicholson to llana-
Mr. and Mrs. II. Z. Austin from
Waihee to Kapaa.
.Miss lloppin to Mahukona.
Miss Bertha Smithies to Kanio
iliili. Mr. and Mrs. Duniass to Waihoo.
W. J. Uocho to Lanai.
Golden Days are Coming.
Tho bill now boforu thu Legisla
ture, granting a franchise for tho
maintenance of a monthly prizo
drawing, provides that tho sum of
SoOOjOOO annually for twonty-livo
years shall bo paid into the Govern
ment treasury to bo expended as
First Subsidy to bo paid for an
ocean cable between tho port of
Honolulu and a port on tho North
American continent, ono hundred
thousand dollars (100,000) per an
num. Second Subsidy to bo paid for
the construction and maintenance
of a railroad around the Island of
Oaliu, fifty thousand dollars ($50,
000) per annum.
Third Subsidy to bo paid for tho
construction and operation of a rail
road from llilo, Island of Hawaii,
through tho districts of llilo and
Fourth For improving and main
taining tho improvements of Hono
lulu horbor, fifty thousand dollars
Fifth For roads, bridges, land
ings and wharves, ono hundred and
sevonty-fivi) thousand dollars (S175,
000). Sixth For tho encouragement of
industries, fifty thousand dollars
($r.0,O(X)) perannuin, to bo paid under
tho direction of the Legislature.
Seventh For tho encouragement
of tourist travel and immigration,
twenty-live thousand dollars ($25,
000), to bo paid as directed by Legis
lature. Ninth If for any reason any of
tho above subsidies cannot bo ap
plied to tho purposes heroin sot
forth, then tho sums so sot apart
shall bu used from timo to time as
(lie Legislature may direct.
It may bo pertinently asked, when
will the above mentioned improve
ments bo carried out, if the bill is
Furthornioro, what is tho future
prospects of this country if tho im
provements suggested aro not carried
The acceptance of tho terms of
fered means days of prosperity,
golden days for one and all
Take Good Oare of tho Children.
Tf you liavo ohildron j'on vill Jin
in(ori!sU)(l in tlio oxporionco of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vonnillion Co.,
111. Ho ku'b: "Two yours ngo two
of my family, a yonng man mid a
girl, hail vory Mivoro anil dangorims
at tai'Iis of bloody llux. Tho dootor
horn was unablo, aftor a weok's timo,
to ohoL'k or roliovo oitlior i-aso, 1
throw tho dootor ovurjioard and bo
Kan nsiny Chamborlain's Colic, Cho
lora and Diarrhcua Jtomudy. Im
provomont wab lmjh vory soon and
my child run aroso in a fow days
from what I foarod would bo thoir
doalhbod. It is a grand, good modi
itino." J.'or tnlu by all dculura. lion
son, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Lottor of Condolence
At tho comiiioncoment of Yalo
College in Juno tho following resolu
tions, which were offered by Ephraim
Cutter, M. D., LL. D., wore unani
mously passed by the class of 1852.
Dr. Cut tor nlso gave a very feeling
Tho Yalo class of 1852, lit their
fortieth anniversary of graduation,
notice Judge McCully's death, and
llrmhr, That we rejoice in his
name and fame, in his deserved
honors, his high rank, his brilliant
usefulness, his pure, peaceable and
stainless life, his strong and simple
character, graceful demeanor, happy
manner, broad cult mod views, pati
ent industry, devotion to duty and
his great executive abilities as third
person in tho kingdom, as Judge
and member of tho Trivy Council;
Krsolvrd, Thai those aro matters
of just and laudable pride to us his
sorrowing classmates, and make our
memories of him joyful;
Jlrsnlvpd, That we thank God for
such an honorable life and honored
death, and that wo hope future
classes in Yalo may bo as fortunate
as we in seeing tho rise, development
and full fruition of liko noble char
Hi'wlrfd, That we aro grateful lo
tho Hawaiian nation and Bar for
llioir public recognition of tho ser
vices and worth of our distinguished
classmate, and that in honoring him
thoy have honored themselves;
J!i:iihrd, That wo hereby tender
to tho family, tho nation and tho
Bar our sinccrest sympathies, and
mourn with them our mutual loss,
and that these resolutions bo soul to
thoinand recorded by our Sccietary.
Now Haven, Conn., .luiio 28, 1SD2.
Offered b" Ephraim Cutter, M.D.,
LL. D., and unanimously passed.
Attest: A.N. Lewisv
New Haven, Conn., U. S. A.
Mr. Lander's Rocommendation.
Mr. .1. A. Lander, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that State, says of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrluea lloinedv: "I have seen its
good results and can recommend
it." For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
SONS OF ST. (IE
PROGRAMME of RACES
To Commence about 2 P. M.
100-YAHDS ItUNNINO HACK KOlt
HOYS under )." (h'Uidicappcd); open
1st Prize Suit of Clothes,, given by
Davies it Co.; '1A I'rie I'mr of Shoes,
Kiven bv Thu Mnn'f'u Shoe Co.; "d l'rie
doss. I'iiotos, given by Sevorin .VrlloMur.
100-YAHDS HUXNIXd HACK (hiindi
eupped), for children of iiiuiiiIiitm only.
li-t Price 'iVnteh Chain; 2d I'me Han
L'lul'in; ltd 1'rlzo Scarf Pin; It li Prize
POTATO HACK, Hoys under ir,, open for
1st Prize Suit of Clothes, given by 11.
Ooldberg: 'M Prirc Toili t Set, given by
iioiilsiur i uo.
75-YAKDS IlUXXIXfi HACK (handi
capped); open for all Oirls under 15
lnt Prize Child Itreat Pin; M Prize
Tiger Kyis Ilracelet: M Prize Knn.
100-YAHDS KOQ AX I) SPOOX HACK
(handicapped); Hoys under 10.
1st Prize Suit of Clothes, given by Kgun
,t (hum: 'Jd Prize Toilet Set, given by
lieiiHon, Hmitli A: Co.; Ild Prize Pocl.ot
Knife, given by K. 0. Hull it Son.
W-YAHDS KQfl AND SPOON HACK,
Hills under 15, ehildien of members
1st Prizo flold Urenst l'in; '.M Prize
Tiger Kye Hrueelet; 3d Prize Kan,
POTATO HACK, for Oirls under !f, open
lnt 1'rizo Silver Hnicelel;
Tiger Kye; lid Prize Kan,
ANNUAL MKKTIXO OK THK
Cllillillier of ('omiiierce will lie held
ill their loom on WKDNKSDAY, tholllrt
inst,, at -' o'clock i'. M. A full attendance
1h desired. .1. II. ATHKHTON,
Honolulu, Auk. -"-O. 1W-. f)i-U
NOTICE OF MEETING.
A MKKTIX0 OKT1IK MK.MHKHS OK
V. Hie Oiilni Cemetery Association will
take place TJIUltSUAV, Sept, I, IN).!, at
thuollleo of tlio lute Ale.x.J. Cartwriglit,
ut llo'ulouk a. ti., to hear the Treasurer'H
Iteport and lo consider tho ipiestion of the
reorganization of the As-ocliitlon.
Perorder. JOHN 11. PATV,
Honolulu, Aug. SO, lhf)J.
q-IIK MKKT1X0 CALLKI) KOlt LABT
X Kiitur.lay for leorganizallon of the
American Helief Kiind was, on account of
departure of the mail, postponed until
WKDNKSDAY, the Illst Inst., at 10 o'clock
A, m,, lit the Uhamber of Comiiieiee Itooiu.
'-t CIIAH. It, HIHIIOP.
KPKCIAL MKKTINO OK THK
Htookholdeis of the llonomu .Siiuiir
Ooiiinaiiy will bo held on SATI11MIAY.
Bepteinber .'Id, at 10 o'ulock i. m at tlm
olllee of C, llrewer .V Co., (LM).
A. O. LOYKKIN,
becretary llomiiiui Hllgur Co,
HfJlioIulu, AtiK.ilb, IB'J.'. p frJl-Uw
" I have been afilict-
Dlllousnoss, " ed with biliousness
.. "and constipation
Constipation,.. for fiftccu years.
e.m.u " first oue and theu
Stomach ,.nnothcr prepara.
Paln3. " t5" was suggested
" tome (inclined but
" to no purpose. At last a friend
"recommended August Flower. I
"took it according to directions tind
" its effects were wonderful, relic v
" ing me of those disagreeable
" stomach pains which I had been
"troubled with so long. Words
"cannot describe the admiration
"in which I hold your August
" Flower it has given me a new
"lease of life, winch before was a
"burden. Such a medicine is a ben
" efaction to humanity, and its good
"wonderful mer- Jesse Barker,
"made known to Printer,
"everyone suffer- Humboldt,
sia or biliousness Kansas. 5
G. G. GUIiEN, Sole Mau'fr.Wooduury.N J.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
TRUSTER'S SALli OK
I! & 'IViMr',illl Iks.
llv order of Mil. T. MAY, Trustee, I will
M'll at l'lililie Auction, at my (sales
room, in Honolulu,
On Wednesday, Aug. 31st,
AT VI IKM.OOK NOON,
All the liight, Title and lntei.'st of the
Hawaiian Pacific Cable Co.
in and to the following property:
1st. 13 Miles of Telegraph Line
from Honolulu to KoKo Head,
2d. 30 Miles of Telegraph Line
from Napili, Maui, via lCaanapali, Ii
liaiua, Olowalu, Maalaea, Steamer
bamling to Waikapu and WailnUii.
3d. TELEGRAPH LINE
fioni Kaunakakai to Pukoo, Molokai.
4th. 13 Knots 11150 Feet, Submarine
laid between 1'uUoo Cable lint and Kaana
pali Cable lint (both Huts inclusive).
ISf I'or further particulars, apply to
T. .MAY, Trustee, or
Household -:- Furniture
On WEDNESDAY, Aug.
AT 1(1 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho Hesidenceof OAPT. A. FULI.KH,
Kiikul street, I will .sell at Pub-
The Household Furniture
Parlor Sofa & Chairs,
tlpholntered in Plush;
Wioktsr Hocker.s, Leather Kasy Chair.s,
2 Black Walnut Marbletop Bedroom Sets,
Mattrasses, Single llodstcad.s,
Hliiek Walnut Vaidrohe,
B.'W. Marbletop Sideboard
H. W. Ktension Table (:1 feet),
llining-room Chairs, Chandeliers,
1 Cottage Piano,
Crockery and Olasvare,
Forns, "Veranda Oliairs,
Kfc, Ktc., Ktc,
By Lov.'is J. Levey,
Hy order of Mil. I. Hl'HKXBTKlN, As
signee of tho llankrnpt Kstate of Nam
lliug Lung, I will sell ut Public Auction,
at my Halesroimi,
On WEDNESDAY, August 3lBt,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
The Whole of the Block of Merchandise of
said K-tate, consisting' of
Pilots, Bhceting, Cloths, Cassiinoies,
Lawns, Velvets, Bilk Handkerchiefs,
Bliirts.CollarH, I'ndershirts, Drawers,
BOOTS and SHOES
Towels, Hosiery, Btraw Hats A Caps,
Clothing, Cutlery, .Mosquito Nets,
Itlankets, Quilts, Trunks,
Sowing Machines, Etc, Etc.
tejr- TKH.MB OABH I
l-ie-wis J. Levey,
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaaliumanu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New
fsTKdlAl, 1H81M.AY OF
WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY,
and Other Fine Ware.
New Rugs a-iaci Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Vases, Yine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc.
Cummins1 Block, loi't Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
U EN Ell AL M
China, Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery
gjB- riCTUTlE FRAMING IN ALL ITS BRANCHES &3
Pacific Hardware Go., Ltd.
3 j Cylinder
Temple of Fashion
COUNI3R OF FORT AND HOTEL STREETS.
"W Just :R,ooeivecl
2Te-w IDress GI-oocLs,
Iiiciies' Bedford Caps,
Belts, XiSLtest Style.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
S. EHRLIOH "& OO.
HSre-w Goods ! 1rT&"r G-oools !
1'ONdKK DKArKltlKB l'OUTlKllKS-l'INKAl'l'LK TIBSUK-BATTKKNS
WIHTK DIIKBB (iOIIDB IN CHKUKH AND STHII'KH.
JAl'ANKBK COKDKI) OltKl'K.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN (lit NAT YAUIKTY AT LOW 1'ItIOKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batliing Suits in Cotton and. Wool
KOlt la"dikb, uk.ntb, and ojhldkkn.
OjAJLL, JiJIXJD SEE OXJK. IXXI'W GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
Goods, ex Benmore.
E11C1 1 A ND I SE
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
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