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thursday, nov. 10, 1892.
TnunsiiAY, Nov. 10.
Stmr J A Cummins from Koolan
Sehr Mlllo Morris from Koolan
Stmr Polo from MakawoU.
Tiiuihhay, Nov. 10.
Am bktno Bkngit, lloblnson, for Fiigct
- Sound b
BtinrJnsMnkco for Kapaa and Hanalei
VosboIb Leaving To-morrow.
Hlmr Kinaii for Maui and Hawaii nt 2 p in
The dredgo lias boon brouglit into port,
having concluded operations on the bar.
The steamer Mlknhnla has beon hauled
on the Marino Hallway for further repairs.
The steamer Kinau will lcavo to-morrow
afternoon on her regular route to Maui and
Tliu schooner Aloha, lying. in the stream,
received sugar from the steamer J, A.
WALLACE AtKohala, Hawaii, Novem
ber 1st, to the wife of Kobcrt Wallace,
For a Steamship Lino Botwoon Ho
nolulu and Puget Sound Ports.
Mr. George Cavanagh of the Cali
fornia Fruit Market nas givon tho
Bulletin tho porusal of lotters re
ceived from Mr. Georgo Lycurgus at
Portland, Oregon. Thoy relate to
tho efforts of tho latter, to Bocuro a
steamship Jlino from Sound ports to
Tho syndicate was about to offer
15,000 for tho purchase of the
steamer Zambesi, a vossol that has
visited Honolulu several times iu a
short-lived lino botwoon tho Orient
and llio Sound by way of Honolulu.
It was bolioved that the offer would
A later letter to Mr. G. P. Oama-
rinos in tho Greek" language stated
that Portland, Tacoma and Soattlo
had each agroed to put up S1000, and
Victoria, B: C, $500, monthly, for
subsidising the steamer. These
amounts are contributed by the
business men of the respective cities.
Tho round trip will bo made in 30
days. Running expenses aro esti
mated a"t $G500 monthly. As tho
steamer ono of the' old P. & O.
line has excellent passenger accom
modation, besides being a good
freight carrier, it is reasonably ex
pected that her earnings added to
tho subsidies will roturn a dividend
b the promoters.
Mr. Lycurgus tolls Mr. Camarinos
that about 40 of the loading business
men from the ports before named
will tako passage on tho first trip of
the steamer, ana winter in tho Ha
waiian Islands. Mr. Cavanagh in
forms the Bulletin that largo banana
contracts, entirely apart from pre
viously" existing ones, are already
signed, and pigeon-holed hero in an
ticipation of tho projected, lino's
It is tho intention of tho pro
moters to ask for a subsidy from tho
Hawaiian Legislature, whenever the
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for salo.
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
See gunpovyder lobulations in the
.Hawaiian Fans and Curios at "Tho
Elito lee Cream Parlors."
A. Barnes is now a moinber of tho
Road Board of Wailukii, Maiii
J. F. Morgau .will hold an as
Bigneo'S'.salo'on Friday, at 10 o'clock.
After sharing use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Tho Union-Feed'Co. Vill hold thoir
annual nieetiug on Tuesday tho 15th
Sunburn rolioved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, the store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortz.
Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort street,
above Hotel. Chroiiic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Tolophono (582.
For island views and artistic photos
go to tho Aloha Gallery, Sevorin &
Bolstor, Fortstreot. Amateur work
J. F. Morgan will dispose of a
, numbor of wagons and carts at tho
3 coal yard "of, S. M. Carter on Satur
day, at noon.
Mechanics' Homo, 51) and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
month 25c. and 50o. a night j $1
and $1.25 a wook.
Tho election to lill tho vacancy
caused by tho olovation of Hon. G.
N. Wilcox, Noble, to tho Cabinet,
wjll be hold on Monday, Dec. 5.
Prof. F. Lombard, .A.B., will ro
sumo giving instruction in private
or im classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence, Alalcea street,
near tho Y, M. C, A.
"What is meant by Iho "bono of
contention?' " askod younfj hopeful,
looking up from his book. "Tho
jaw-bone, my boh," replied his father
solemnly, "tho jaw-bone,"
His Maiik. Ward Hoaloy "An1
yor want to mako yor cross again' do
names yo'ro votin' for. See!" Mickey
Halligan "No, I don't. Sure, I don't
havo to make no cross. I was eddi
catod, I was, an' I kin write mo
jiamo wid unny wan of 'om."
Subscribe for (he. Daily Bulletin, 60
cents per month.
It was Harrison Day in tho Police
Undo Sam's boys woro landed for
drill this morning.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Weather
clear; wind, high north.
Tho Portuguese Ladies' Kouovo
lont Society will meot to-morrow
aftoruoon at 0 o'clock.
Tho Board of Representatives of
tho Honolulu Tiro Department will
hold Its monthly mooting this even
ing. Tho Cron ico cream parlors will
bo opon for inspection to-morrow
morning from 8 to 12 o'clock. Tho
salo of its fixtures will take place on
A. S. Hartwoll, counsel for Cnroy
in tho assault and battory caso, re
quested tho Court to oxpol two
gentlemen in tho front row if thoy
did not stop their tittering.
Tho assault and battery caso
against Dr. Geo. E. Harrison came
up in tho Polico Court to-day, and
was concluded this afternoon. Tho
ovidonco was tho samo as appoared
in tho Bulletin roport of tho caning
fracas on Monday aftoruoon. Judg
ment was suspoudod until Saturday.
THE IiIBEIi SUIT.
A Newspopor Without Any Editor
. Tho criminal libol suit against E.
E. Carey, a reporter on tho half-white
paper, Tho Liberal, was hoard in the
Police Court this morning. Hon. R.
W. Wilcox, Hawaiian editor, was
put on tho staud for tho prosecu
tion and testified that E. E. Caroy
was on tho staff of tho Liboral only
.as a reporter, and that thoro was no
roai uuiuir to mo paper, xiu uui nut
handle any money, although he pos
sessed a part interest in tho paper.
Not having anything to do with the
finances, ho was not sure if Caroy
was on the paj'-roll or not. Saw tho
articles with regard to Dr. G. E.
Harrison, but did not know who
Mrs. Theresa, when on tho stand,
objected to several questions by
counsel. Sho said she handled tho
nionoy, and that was all. When ask
ed whether sho paid off the em
ployees, replied that sho did not
know anything about paying any
thing. She objected to a question
as to whether Caroy was editor or
H. N. Castle testified to having
heard remarks from Caroy prior to
tho appoaranco of tho articles in tho
paper. H. M. Whitney, Manager
Hawaiian Gazette Co., said that his
establishment printed tho papor, but
did not publish it. Ho did not
know positively who tho editor of
the Liberal wag, but ho believed it
was Carey because ho had suon him
coming into tho offico with copy.
Tho supposition was objected to by
counsel for tho defense as not evi
dence. J. J. Lennox, foreman, said
that tho copy of this particular edi
tion, viz., on tho 5th inst., was laid
on his desk onclosed in an envelope.
He had picked up tho envolopo, torn
it, took out tho' manuscript and
handed it to the compositors with
out noticing tho handwriting. J.
H: Sopor and -A. Mossman, of tho
Hawaiian News Co., testified to hav
ing the paper on sale at their store.
A young Portuguese boy stated that
he acted as a paper carrier on tho
Liberal staff and tho papers had
beon handed to him by Wilcox's
wife. Dr. Harrison showed in Court
papers showing that ho had been di
vorced from his former wife. Ho
married his present wife six months
after his divorce had been granted.
"Mrs. Harrison corroborated tho doc
tor's ovidonco. A. P. Peterson and
Chns. Oroighton for tho prosecution;
A. b. Hartwoll lor tho iteieiiM). .1 uug
inont was rosorvod until Saturday
Caught Stealing Pish.
A tolophono message was received
at tho Polico Station between 12 and
1 o'clock last night reporting that a
thief had been caught at -Waikiki.
An ollicer was despatched to the
scone and on arrival ho haw a China
man in tho hands of two or thii'o of
his countrymen. Ho 011I3 had a
shirt on, being minus his trousers.
Tho otlice.r brought him to. tho Sta
tiou in his half-nude condition,
whore ho was given a prisoner's suit
to wear, for some timo perhaps.
Tho Chinamen who caused tho ar
rest stated that thoy had boon miss
ing fish from thoir ponds for some
timo, and last night thoy lny in wait
with the intention of catching tho
thiof. Thoy saw two Chinamen
como to tho pond and commence
fishing with nets. One was caught
and tho other escaped. John pleaded
guilty to tho theft, saying that ho
was iniluoncod by hunger.
S. W. Ledoror was adjudged a
bankrupt on his own petition, by
Judgo Bickerton, and Friday next
sot for tlio proof of claims.
In tho caso of It. b. Agoo's put it ion
for dischnrgo from bankruptcy, no
ono appearing to contest. Judge
Bickorton signdd an ordor discharg
ing tho bankrupt from alL his debts.
D. L. Huntsman for petitioner.
$100 and Six Months,
J. Ward, tho ranchman who slab
bed Wilkinson at Komond Grovo on
Saturday night, was found guilty
before Police Justice Johnson, at
Ewa this morning, and sentenced to
pay a fine of $100 and bo imprisoned
at hard labor six months, li, T,
White was discharged.
Mr. Moore, tho postnmstor at
Bradshaw, Va., after reading an ad
vertisement of Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarrhoea Romody, con
cluded to try a small bottle oi it.
Ho says: "I used it in two cases for
colic and throo for diarrhoea with
perfect satisfaction. I havo handled
and ubod a great deal of patent
modiciuo, but never tried any that
gave as good results as this. For
salo by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
Co., Agents for the Hawaiian Islands,
TiiunsnAY, Nov, 10, 1892.
Assembly convened at tho usual
hour, for prayer. Minutes of tho
previous meeting woro road and ap
proved. Noblo Baldwin, from tho Finance
Committee, presented a roport on
Bill 39, relating to tho increaso of
duties, on wines and spirits. Tho
committee recommend that tho duty
on spirits bo raised from $3 to $3.50
per proof gallon, nnd they present a
now bill which thoy reeonunond to
pass. Report tabled for considera
tion with bill.
Noble Williams said that tho re
port of tho Special Committee on
Water Works had boon yesterday
distributed in tho House. Ho would
move that tho roport bo tabled for
consideration with tho first section
of tho Appropriation Bill. Carriod.
Rep. Kamauoha spoko of a vacan
cy on tho special committee which
had undor consideration tho Gov
ernor's bill (75); ho also said that
there would bo a meeting of -tho
committee this afternoon.
Tho Minister of Finance replied
to questions asked him yesterday by
Rep. Kapahu rolativo to tho pur
chase and r011t.1l of a house used for
school purposes at Kau, Hawaii, and
to the effect that Hoil. C. R. Bishop
neithor charged nor recoived airy
rental during his ownership; since, a
small amount has beon recoived by
the local school agent and placed to
tho credit of tho school fund.
At 10:40, on motion, tho Ordor of
the Daj came up, bringing Bill 197,
tho Enabling Act, undor consider
ation, on third reading.
The clork road tho bill and from
tho reading it was learned that tho
bill only covered salaries until Nov.
Noblo Thurston moved to nmond
bj adding tho words, "and such pay
ments bo mado in accord with the
1st Section of tho now Appropria
tion Bill as now set forth."
Tho Attornoy-Gonoral said that
tho only trouble about that would
bo that tho new Appropriation Bill
had as yot no standing in law.
Rep. Smith said that there wore
serious objections to the adoption of
the amendment. Section 1 was not
yet passed and tho only correct cop3'
was in tho hands of tho clork.
Considerable discussion was on
gaged in but was ended by a motion
made bv Ken. Jvanalm that, the bill
pass and moving the previous ques
tion. Tho motion to refer to a commit
tee mado by Noblo Marsdon, was
lost, by a vote, 21 to 17. The bill was
Bill 170, to ro-organizo tho Judi
ciary Department, was taken up at
11:13 on third reading. Bill was
road section by section, in English
and Hawaiian, by t ho Clerk and the
Interpreter, tho Sergoant-at-Arms
assisting slightly in the Hawaiian
Eighteou sections of tho Bill woro
road, when at 11:55 on motion tho
Assembly took rocoss until 1:30 p. m.
A white man was assaulted with
bodily harm by a follow named
Fisher this morning near tho Fish
Market wharf. The injured man is
a fisherman iu tho employ of Hon.
C. L. Hopkins. Fisher claims that
tho other made too froo use of his
yacht, frequenting it at intervals
and making it his night abodo. Tho
man roported at tlio Polico Station
and a warrant was issued fortno ar
rest of Fishor. Ono ear, "brtjuo in
jured man was euWlnd his clothes
wore stained with blood.
This is the: query per
Whnt Is p,? lustily. on your little
buy's lips. And be is
It For? no" worse than the big
ger, older, balder-headed
boys. Life is tin interrogation
point' " What is it for?" we con
tinuallj ory from the cradle to the
fjrave. So with this little introduc
tory sermouwe turn and ask: "What
is AuousT Flowbr l'ou ?" As easily
answered as asked : It is for Dys
pepsia. It is a special remedy for
the Stomach and Liver. Nothing
more tlian tins ; out mis Drimmi.
We believe August Flower cures
Dyspepsia. We know it will. We
have reasons for knowing it. Twenty
years ago it started in a small country
town. To-day it has an honored
place in every city and country store,
possesses one of the largest manu
facturing plants in the country and
sells everywhere. Why is this ? The
reason is as simple as a child's
thought, It is honest, does one
thing, and does it right along it
cures Dyspepsia. 9
G. G. GHHIJN. Sole Mun'fr.WWbury.NJ.
A MEETING OI-' THE LADIES' POIt-
xL tUKtieso ileiiovolcnt Society will be
held TU-MOHHOW", at 3 o'clock i m., at
the olllco in tlio rear of Clans HprcckolH'
Hank. A full ulteiidance 1h requested,
rpilE ANNUAL MEETING OK THE
X Union l''eed Co., Id, will bo bold at
y'H olltec, (iirun street, on
the 1Mb liibt., ut 11 o'clock
1'. it. VI DA,
NOTICE IB HKKKUY GIVEN THAT
Sa Foo has sold out his one-third in
terest in u certain indenture made by Mrs.
Catharine Peliikulanl Auld, leasing to Ah
Foo, Sa Foo and Ah Oban certain lands
situate at Kulia, Wuikikl, Komi, Oahu,
described iu said indenture, tu Kaiu Ioy,
and that the said Kaiu Loy will not be res-
pousune tor any oi tliu uems oi tue lessees
of the bald lull
" 7 T '
d a y
Candy far !
Having purchased the En
tire Stock of Candies of the
late firm of LunwiGgKN &
Chon, we propose to move it
rapidly by selling it at
Box of Candy for
Mm, Neman & Co.
COHNEU FOHT AND KING BTItEETS.
Something New and Good
MAKES DELICIOUS HOT CAEES !
SAVKS IjAIJOK.TIMK axd monky.
Tlio Only Cakes wlilcli aro Non-By3poptic.
I PETERSON, S. F. Agents.
To Let or Loaso.
JL. nishcl Rooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
Bulletin Office. 353-tf
DUVAl, PllEMIBEB, 31
Bcretania street, op
posite Kort street church.
Apply to It. I. Ln.LIK.
Ail-tl At Tbeo. H. Davies & Uo.
HOUSE OF KIVK
ent . C, etc.
one of the linest viuwjf in Honolulu. Applv
( 177-tf )
J. M. VI YAH.
COTTAGE OX NVJUAXU
street, No. 11)0, Six Itooius
a iminroom. uutnoUEtos. Y&wr
. ..II III KUUU I'lllUl. IICIIL UIUY f.Ui III-
..II :.. ......1 ..-.I,.- !... ...!.. n I..
clmlini; luitei' rates. Alio a Cottage in the
rear of above, at $l:i. Applv at thiH oilicc.
NICE COTTAGE ON
llcretauia street, near
I'liuol street, coiitaliuiiK
Parlor, "J Bedrooms, Ilath-
- ( HI'S J.. .'T1
room, Diniiiurooiu, Puntrv and JCitclicn
Servant's room, Carriage HoiihC, Stable, etc.
Trnnicii, s pass every iu minutes. Aluiiy at
otMeo of this paper. l.v-tf
FOB. SALE or LEASE
JL Promises lutely occu
pied by Mr. E. Sufir, will
bo for nalo or lease at rea
sonable price or rental. The Grounds con
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
Trees. Tho Commodious Dwelling is well
furulsbed with modern improvements and
conveniences. Itoomy Itarn and a 'J-ltooni
Cottage for servants. For further particu
lars, apply to JOHN ENA,
Oliee Inter-Island Steam Navigation
JP. MOUOAN WILL ACT KOlt ME
under full iiower gf attorney divine;
my absence from the Kingdom.
' . I.. H. DEE.
Honolillu, Nov. H, Wtt. 5(it)-:it
rpilE U.NDEIIBIGNKD HEItEIIYGIVE
X notice that George 0. Allen has no
authority to make purchases or transact
any otnor ousiness lor account ui
J ALLEN it UOIIINBON.
Honolulu, Nov. 8, IMG.
Jllrtlbt at JS apiece wltn
cages: all good singers, at wio
reildenco qf Mrs. T. V. Flem
ing, on King street next door to
J. F. Howler's.
NOTICE IS HEHEI1Y
given that the follow -sng
described Animals will
, , I . II. .1.11- K. .,.,!,...
UO BOIU lit liuim).iuvnuii, sJr
nn HAT UK DAY. Nov. ffll. ;
lb'.l-', at VI o'cloeic poou, at mo uoveriimuiii
rnuuii at .Muiiin;
l Gray Mare, liranded "Til" on right
side of neck,
l llav Mare with white streak on fore
head, all legs black, branded "D" on right
Itf- Owners of the above Animals must
scud in their claims within 18 days, other
wise thoy will bo sold on the date above
named. D. KAOAO,
Honolulu, Nov. 10, WW. 671-'J!t
By Jus. F. Morgan.
Uy onlnr of I.. 11. KIllM!. V
Estate of 'ling I .mi, I will
slnc nf tho
I'll nt Public
Auction, nt luj Saleroom
TO-MORROW, -Nov. 11th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .At.,
Tlio Stock of Goods, comprising
Print", Colloii", Clothing,
Coats' Spool Cotton,
DIAGONALS, KTC, ETC.
AUCTION SALE OF
Wagons and Carts !
On SATURDAY, Nov. 12th,
AT l:! O'CLOCK NOOK,
At the Goal and Lumber Yard of S. M.
OAltTKR, KiiiK street, 1 will -ell
at I'ublli Auction
2 LARGE DRAYS
I.atoly overhauled and repaired;
1 SMALL DltAY,
S Dump Carts,
1 l)iiiiit Cnrt, II Dutii) Curt,
1 LlK.C3-E SCALES,
1 Desk, 1 Wheelbarrow, 1 Trirek,
1 Delivery Wagon,
Hats of Harness, Ktc., Me., Kte.
By order of F. W. MlCHCSNEY, As
signee of tho K-itato of A. 1. Cron, I will
soil at Public Auction, at the Pri-inNe;
On SATURDAY, Nov. 12th,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
Tho Stock and Fix tit ret, coniprimi(;
Show Cases, Lamps ,t Chantldieri,
Ice Otomiii Freeei.s,
Engine, Copper Pans, Oven,
1 lion Safe, Etc., Etc.
At my Salesroom, Queen Streot, I will sell
at Public Auction the"
Of the Estate of James Harris,
I -All that portion of 11. P. 112, I.. C. A.
IVIi, to Kauo, by deed of Ahull and Pae
kukul to said Ja's. Harris. Tliu above Pro
perty fronts on tho eaitcrly side of Fort
street, below Kukui street, and is occluded
in part bv Chino-e stores and bv the late
residence of said Jas, Harris,
Kuleana iu Kooiaupolco,
3 A Kuleana at llonouliull, Ewa.
The above Properties oiler a verv desira
ble chance for investment. The Property
on l'irt street is now partly under rent,
making an nssurcd income,
3flwl''nr further particulars apply ta
Jas. F. jMIorgan.,
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de l'Oceanie No, 124,
HAVE DECIDED TO GIVE A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
TOR THK PAST SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant Condition for the Ta,tl !
We do not oiler Skeleton Illrdt for smle at $1.50 a pieee, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
ZDressed and Ioeci If Desired
AND DKMVnitW) T1IK MOUN1NO OK DAY KOlt USK
S Live. Weight of llirds varying from li! to Si lb. -Mk
Prices to SuLit E-veryTood-V" !
FOK SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Office of n. IT, liurnhnm,
M. A. SEED DllV PLATE CO.
My laul order for Plate arrived very promptly. Pleaxe accept-
thanks for being so prompt. ,
I wihU to slate, that I am tiling your Plates exclusive ly for all
vork done on these grounds for the official record of construction.
Of course comment by me, us to the good qualities of the Seed
Plate are entirely unnecessary. '" .fjl 3
C. I). ARNOLD,
The Seed Plates
S" A.K.E FOR SALE OZtSTLTST BY
109 Fort. Street,
- A -
104 ITort Street, Horxolxilu..
Have you seen th" Xcie Roman Sashes at JY. S. Sachs' Storet
I f '""" " ' "
i Jfavo you seen the A'iiht Gowns
llav you seen the New
Sachs' Store f
Dave you seen the Mansquetair'
ll'air at Sachs' Storef
I Have you, seen
the. New Silk
Do you know that the Latest Nuvilt'es and Most Stylish (liodt canl
always lie found at Sachs' Storef J-.
DY LAST STEAMKIt A FULL LINE, OF
black: g-ootds i
-A.S IPOIjLiO-VV-S :
Illack Cashmere 12-ini'h wiile,
vard and unu arils.
r0 cents per
Illack India Lawn. Illack French l.awn.
Illack Satteeu in Plain and Figured,
lilack, Calico iu Plain and Figured.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort; St.
ltf Dressmaking under the management of Miss K. OLA UK. "X2
ANEW Fl UST-CLASS FAM I LY 1IATH
ing Itevort lias been opened at Wai
kiki under the abov! naineby.Mus. E. 0.
Kiiwk, for the comfort and coiiveiiience of
those wishing to enjoy a sea bath. It is
situated a llttlu beyond tlio Villa. Tram-
cars pass the gate.
N. It, Sprcial arrangements have been
ado for Family Picnics and Evening
WT, MONSAHUAT, V. S., HAVING
taken my luilrmury during my
absence from the Kingdom, 1 beg leave to
thank my natrons for favors and patron
age, and solicit a continuance of the same
for my successor. A. It, HO WAT.
IN ItEFEHENCE TO THE FOUI'-GO-
iug, the undersigned would respectfully
request a continuance of the patronage hu
has hitherto received, ami solicit tliu favors
of all who require professional attention to
their stock, ut the lnlirtiiary, King street.'
W. T. MONHAHltAT.
Honolulu, Nov. 3, lMiJ, MtMw
LX llorse.d earsuu
luggy and 1
ti - - 2 -
Chief of Conxtruclion, H'ori'ah
114" The Rookery, Chicago.
May 9, 1892.
Honolixlvi, IU.. X.
that are selling for -fLOU at Sachs
for Drapes and Fancy Work at
Undressed Kid Uloi en for $IM)
Striped and Polka Dot L'huilles all
Illack, Cotton, Silk ami Kid Gloves in all
Illack Stockings for Ladles and Children.
Illack Bilk Warp lleuriettn Cloths,
Etc., Etc, Etc., Etc.
For Yokohama !
Tho Nippon Yuson Kaisba's Steamship
" Yamashiro Maru"
leave this purl for Yokohama direct
on or about
gar" For iartlculurs
and PaSjSiige, ujijily to
W, G. Irwin & Co., Ld.,
HUSTAOE & CO:)
WOOD and COAL.
White and Black Sand
Which we will Mill at the Very Uiwest
kii at the Very
Itate for Cash,
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