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Homestead Lots, North Kona,
Notice is hereby given :
1. That 4 Lots havo boon set njmrt nt
Tuaa, District of North Kona, Hawaii, for
tho purposo of conveying to such persons
as moy wish to acquire homesteads upon
which to live.
2. Maps of these Lots can bo oxatnlncd
nt the Land Ofllcc, Intel lor Department,
Honolulu, or nt tho olllco of J. Kaolcma
kulo at Kallua, North Kona, Hawaii.
3. J. Kftolcmaknle will point out the Lots
to any porson desiring to see them, fur
which service he will be entitled to a fee of
1 from tho porson applying.
4. Persons who may dcslro Lots shall ap
ply in writing to tho Mlnlstor of tho In
terior npon a blank form, copies of which
may be obtained freo of said J. Kaclema
kulo. 6. No applications will bo considered
from persons who already own land.
6. Every applicant must bo of full ogo.
7. Tho applicant will bo allowed ten years
in which to pay for the land, during which
tlmo it will bo exempt from taxes.
8. Ho must within one year build a
dwolling houso on tho Lot and begin to
occupy tho samo and continue to occupy
it for the remainder of the term of tun
9. He must within threo years enclose
tho Lot with a substantial fence.
10. Ho must pay quarterly in advance
interest upon tho unpaid purchase price at
tho rate of 5 per cent, per annum. The
purchaser may pay tho wholo or any part
of the purchase price at any time, which
will stop interest.
11. Tho preliminary ngrecment is non
assignable, and tho land cannot be sold
until all conditions aro fulfilled.
12. Failure to comply with any of the
conditions will work a forfeiture of the
.T. A. KINO,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 30, 1803.
SALE OF LEASE
Of Government Land at Laupahoo-
hoo, Hilo, Hawaii.
SCHOOL HOUSE FOB, HANAMA
Tonders will be recolvod nt tho office of
tho Board of Education until MONDAY,
tho 20th of February, at 12 o'clock noon,
for tho construction, including -material,
painting, freight, etc., of a School llouo
20x48x12 fcot, and a Teacher's Cottago
30x12x12 feet with veranda, at the above
Cartago of tho lumber, etc., from the
Hanamaulu landing to the school site will
bo freo to the contractor.
Finns and spoclllcatioiis for tho work
may bo scon nt tho ulllce of tho Hoard of
Education, and at Mr. A. S. Wilcox's,
The Hoard does not bind Itself to accept
tho lowest or any tender.
lly order of the Hoard of Education.
W. J AS. SMITH,
Education Olllco, Jan. 31, 1803.
IKS!) 3t-0 2t
ing of such clomonts. Our single
desiro from tho outset has boon that
no chnngo should take plnco iu tho
agonts of government until somo
permanent order was established.
Any insinuation, such as that of tho
Advortisor, that tho Bulletin was
working for an unsotlling of tho
provisional status of affairs, is only
born of partisan malice combined
with vindictive jealousy of this
paper's power as an exponent of
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BEFORE THE COUNCILS.
TEE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, FEB. 2, 1893.
Tho soldiorly bearing and goutlo
manly manners of tho United States
marines on guard duty at tho Gov
ernment building aro remarked by
all who have business thoro.
Tho "feeble boycott" referred to
iu yesterday's Bulletin was not tho
same as that mentioned at tho audi
ouco with tho Councils tho same
afternoon. Anybody has a perfect
right to withdraw his patronage
from a papor, but when ho loudly
proclaims such action to tho town,
with a view to influencing others,
ho is approaching tho borders of
On THURSDAY, Marcli 2, 1&03, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho front entrance of Alii
olani Hale, will bo sold at Public Auction
tho Lease of all that Tract of Government
Land in the District of Hilo, Hawaii, lying
between the boundary of Maulua Nut, and
tho eastern edge of Laupahoehoc Gulch,
and extending from the sea to tho line of
forcst'ns surveyed about iy$ miles mauka
Reserving to tho Government the right
of way for three roads running mauka from
main road to the Forest. An area of 20 5-10
acres known as the "Lydgate Homestead,"
and also the spring supplying the Lnupn
hoehoe Water Works. Area, 3,000 acres a
little more or less.
For further information apply to the
Land Office, Interior Department.
Term Lease for 15 years.
Upset price $ 1,200 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
J. A. KING,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Jan. 30, 1S03.
There is food for thought and
wholesome reflection in the article
copied elsewhere from tho Liberal.
Scarcely a porson anywiso in tho
public viow who has exhibited any
independence but has, at one time
or another, been spokon of b' narrow-minded
chronic kickers themselves, as a can
didate for being "run out" of the
country or other violent treatment.
Owing to the Declaration of Martial Law,
rate payors aro hereby notified that tho
time of payment is hereby extended to
January 31, 1803.
All such rates remaining unpaid after
the above date will bo subject to an addi
tional 10 percent.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, H. I., Jan. 21, 1803.
NOTICE TO OWNERS OF BRANDS.
All Brands must, by law, be re-registered
prior to July 1, 1803, or they will be
forfeited, and can thereafter bo appro
priated by any one.
Registration on Oaliu shall be made at
the Interior Office.
On tho other Islands it shall bo done at
the Offices of the several Sheriffs.
G. N. WILCOX.
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Offloe, Dec. 2,' 1802. 5s0-tf
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Rates, are hereby notilied
that the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes are from 0 to 8 o'clock a. m,,
nd 4 to 6 o'clock r, m., until further notice.
JOHN O. WHITE,
Bupt. Honolulu Water Works.
G. N. Wilcox,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, II. I., Jan. 5, 1803.
From and after this date and until
farther notlco, all processes of all courts
Bhoald be entitled as follows: "In the
name of the Provisional Government of
the Hawaiian Islands."
By order of the Supreme Court.
Clerk Judiciary Department.
Aliiolani Halo, Honolulu, January 23,
The Comiuandor-Iu-Chlef or the Officer
of the Day, may, in his discretion, admit
into the Government Building between tho
hours of 0 a. m. and 4 '. m., such persons
s desire admission for business purposes
in cases where- he is satisfied with their
business lutontioiis. U3Mw C-lt
MR. CECIL DROWN linn this duy been
elected a Member of the Advisory Council
vice Mr. W, O. Ashley, rcslgnod.
January 25, 1803, U3i-lw 6-lt
In its report of tho proclaiming
of tho United States Protectorate,
tho Advertisor makes a cowardly at
tack on the Bulletin, representing
this paper as being joined with two
native papers in efforts "to discredit
tho Government." This it alleges
as one of tho reasons inducing the
Government to request a Protector
ate. Tho Bulletin has simply criti
cised certain details of tho provi
sional administration, but from tho
first counselled an acceptance) of the
situation b' those who wore not in
tho movement, ponding tho rosult of
negotiations at Washington. Its
criticisms woro backed by tho opin
ions of moderate mou in tho com
munity, including somo who, while
in favor of tho annexation policy of
tho Government, believed that tho
Government, was going too fast and
too far iu both administration and
legislation. It may bo that the
Government took into consideration
tho possibilitj' of defection from tho
ranks of its active supporters
through a reaction promoted by freo
discussion of its acts. But such
could only have been a small part of
tho motive for giving up tho respon
sibility for preserving tho peace of
tho community and guarding tho
seat of govornmont. Had tho Adver
tiser been honest it would have in
cluded in its . reasons for tho stop
taken tho danger to tho Provisional
Govornmont of attempted dictation
from a portion of its physical arm.
It is a fact that a considorablo ele
ment of tho armed support of tho
Government woro beginning to boast
of what tho3' regarded as tho indis
pensable nature of their services in
overthrowing tho old and establish
ing and maintaining tho now order,
and showing a disposition to be dic
tatorial toward tho Govornmont in
tho details of administration. This
was an open secret in the commu
nity and it was not pleasant know
ledge to thoso who, although not
in accord with all tho doings of
tho Govornmont, still hopod it
would bo able to maintain public
feecurit)' until a permanent settle
ment of affairs had boon reached.
A champion of n section of tho forces
in the Liberal affords confirmation
of the oxistenco of tho danger men
tioned boforo tho proclamation of
tho Protectorate Ho in offoot attri
butes tho entire credit for tho suc
cess of tho revolution to that parti
cular soction, upbraiding tho Advor
tisor for not ascribing duo glory,
powor and dominion to tho so-called
'Drei Hundred." Possibly wo may
bo mistaken, but one reason tho
Bulletin welcomed tho Protectorate
was its soiibo of relief that curtain
elements of tho forces although wo
did not havo tho "Drei Hundred"
exclusively iu mind woro relieved
of tho opportunity to "turn again
and rend" those who had placed thu
pearls of powor largoly iu tho keep-
In obodionco to a roquost from tho
President of tho Executive Council,
tho oditor of this papor yesterday
aftornoon appeared boforo tho ses
sion of tho Executive and Advisory
Councils. Ho was interrogated up
on tho contents of an editorial iu
tho previous day's issue of tho Bulle
tin, and given the fullest opportun
ity of oxplaining tho grounds for
cortain statomonts therein. Correc
tions of some of tho statomonts woro
made by tho President and members
of tho Cabinet, to which tho oditor
promised ho should givo publication
as a mattor of truth and justico.
This is dono in this article. It was
explained to tho assombly that groat
diliieulty had boon oncouutorod by
tho editor in obtaining information
of tho proceedings of their ses
sions, so that ho was compelled
to accept uuollicial information
in matters whoroon comment had
boon dcoinod proper. In tho arti
clo forming tho subject of dis
cussion at this audionco it appears
that tho oxponso of the Claudino's
charter was ovorstated by $5000, tho
correct figure being $7009 instead of
$12,000. Also, that tho amount ap
propriated for tho oxponsos of tho
commission to Washington was $1000
instead of $5000. It was further
stated that Captain A. N. Tripp had
not boon dismissed front tho oflico of
Port Surveyor, but at tho roquost of
tho Attorney-General retained his
position as jailor of Oahu Prison.
Tho President desired it understood,
also, with espuoial roforonco to a
statement about projected dismis
sals, that thoro was no official or
semi-official significance to bo at
tached to statomonts mado in tho
Advortisor outside of tho "By Author
ity" column. Ho also disclaimed any
knowlodgo of boycotting alleged by
tho respondent, in passing, to havo
been dono by porsons connected with
tho Provisional Govornmont at tho
beginning of tho crisis, and called
on tho members to say if they know
of such a thing, but without receiv
ing any rosponso. With regard to
tho comparison drawn by this paper
between tho now press law and
Russian practice, it was declared
that this law was copied from tho
English statute. Other statements
and commonts of tho iffticlo object
ed to woro criticised as denoting an
unfair spirit toward tho administra
tion, but woro admitted, at least in
part, to bo matters of opinion. Presi
dent Dole, tho Ministers and mem
bers seemed to bo satisfied with tho
assuranco of tho respondent that
tho Bulletin's policy was never in
tended to oncourago any movement
for tho subversion of tho existing
govornmont ponding a settlement of
tlio question ot a permanent systom.
At tho close of tho interview tho
Prosidont very courteously thanked
tho editor for his manuor of answer
ing tho questions put to him, and
tho oditor oxpressod in return his
gratoful sense of tho considoratoness
witli which his examination had boon
This is a funny country. t It pro
duces somo romarknblo specimons of
tho genus homo. Among thoso, tho
small-soulod typo is most numorous
and most prominont. Small souls
and narrow minds are indigenous to
tho soil. A prolonged rosidonco
horo of those of foreign birth has a
distinctly contracting influence upon
thoir moutal scopo, and, unless ro
liovod by froquont foreign travol.
such foroitrnors aro in clnnuer of
shrinking to vory modorato montal
proportions. But thoso who woro
born upon tho soil (other than tho
aboriginalraco) tako the palm for
picayune ideas. An impationco of
criticism poculiar to thomsolvos
marks thorn as boiug at onco egotis
tical aud narrow to a dogreo at onco
disgusting and amusing. A droad
and hatrod of tho truth, when told
concerning thomsolvos and thoir
cliques, is but ouo of tho paradoxes
which thoso good people present to
tho world. Doos a porson express
dissont from their views, ho is a
dangerous roan, Doos ho daro to
oponly criticisp thoir actions, ho is
an onomy, wnom to siay woro vir
tuous, though perhaps not entirely
safe. Doos ho advance somo ideas
of his own, in opposition to thoso of
"tho ring, ho is a demagoguo, aud
should bo crushed. Doos ouo out
side tho magio circlo embracing (in
the opinions pt tho small-souled
brigauo) all that is Holy, ana right
eons, and Honest, ana wiso, ana
praiseworthy, venture to display
somo indepondonco of the control of
tho magic circlo aforesaid, aud show
a disposition to bo guided by tho
light ol reason ami justice as op
posed to arrogance aud blgotrj-,
lo! ho is at onco marked as a fit sub
ject for a bo3-cott, and for ultimate
slaughter. Such potty characteris
tics, wo rogrot to observe, aro again
becoming unpleasantly prominent
on tho. part of some of thoso who,
liko Tho Liboral, support tho pres
ent Provisional Govornmont, though
thoir support is perhaps loss disin
terested than ours. That is unfor
tunate, for tho P. G-. and can havo
only a ropollant effect upon many
whoso support is uosirabio, ana
which would bo availablo but for tho
intolerance and bigotrv referred to,
as displayed by somo of tho Govern
ment's well-meaning, but ill-balanced
partisans. Wo aro greatly in
lovo with Hawaii, though unablo to
approve tho quality of somo of her
human products. The Liberal.
"For tho past two or throe yoars I
havo boon subject to cramping pains
in tho stomach," says Mr. V. A.
Baldwin, a hardware merchant of
Boojmllo. Dallas Co., Iowa. "1 havo
triocra nuii.orof different remedies;
tho bost ono being Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea Reme
dy. Ono or two dosos of it always
cures mo." Sold by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agonts for tho
Tho articlo of special convenience
in every household and ollico
throughout tho islands, and tho most
acceptable to send to friends abroad
because it deals only with facts
and figures is a copy of tho Ha
waiian Annual for 1893. Price, 75
cents each, or 85 conts mailed abroad.
The Daily Bulletin is delivered by
carriers for R0 aentuper month.
HOUSE ON KINAU,
near Pensacola street.
li. It. HISMIKI,
G07-tf Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s store.
Can be seen at work
betweonthc Kamehameha Schools
and the Masonic Temple anv day.
Apply to E. 15. THOMAS.
OA. YARIOK IS NO LONGER AU-
thorized to solicit orderH or collect
money for our house from and after this
MACPARLANE & CO., (L'n).
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1803. 030-tf
J. Emmeluth on "Sorehoads."
Mr. J. Emmeluth, tho erstwhile
rejected candidate for senatorial
honors, is at last in a sonato-cham-bor.
Ho could not by all tho iullii
onco and coin and tricks of tho party
with whom ho was then aim now
allied, obtain recognition from tho
Noblo voters of Oahu. Ho is at last
snugly ensconced in a niche of his
own from whence, as a senator, ho
can vent his. small venom on the
"political soreheads" and "small
clique" comprising tho manhood of
Honolulu who Inthorto failed to re
cognise him politically. Ho is
plucky indeed who can strike from
behind tho barricade erected by Mr.
Emmeluth: for his august porson
and position is tabu. Evoryono who
is not iu touch with Mr. Emmoluth,
as to tho moans and mothods em
ployed .to gain political ends, must
bo of courbo bent on "subverting
tho interests of tho country." Real
ly, Mr. Emmoluth, you ought to havo
boon an Einporor, or at tho least a
How natural it comos for somo
little folks when thoy think thoy are
safe behind tho breastworks lo play
tho braggart, tho despicable, tho
sycophant, and abuse thoir bettors
a la D. h. H., a literary cousin of tho
Advortisor man. On-Looki:h.
DURING MY ABSENCE PROM THE
Kingdom Mr. C. M. White will act
iu all matters of Macfurlane & Co., (L'd),
with full power.
E. C. MAUFARLANE,
Honolulu. Feb. 1, 1803. (i3!)-3t
ESTATE OF WO HOP, HONOLULU.
Wo Hop having made an assignment
to me lor tho benefit of his creditors, all
persons having claims against said Estate
aro rcciuestcd to send them to me, at my
office in Honolulu, duly verified, within
one week from date.
L. U. KERR.
Honolulu, Jan. 31, 1803. 038-lw
"In buying a cough medicine for
children, Bays II. A. Walker, a pro
minent druggist of Ogdon, Utah,
"never bo afraid to buy Chamber
lain's Cough Remedy. There is no
danger from it and relief is always
sure to follow. 1 particularly re
commend Chamberlain's hocauso I
havo found it to be safe aud reliable,
It is intended especially for colds,
croup aud whooping cough." 50
cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for tho
BOARD OF DIRECTORS.
AT THE ADJOURNED ANNUAL
Meeting of the Kapiolani Paik Asso
ciation held on January 21, 1803, thu fol
lowing Stockholders woro eloctcd to servo
as a Board of Directors for thu ensuing
Win. U. Irwin,
AV. M. Glffiird,
A. H. Clcghorn,
i. it. wniKur,
AV. H. Rioknrd,
H. J. Nolto,
E. S. Cuiilia,
Olias. 11. Wilson.
T. S. Douglas.
AV. M. G1FFARD,
LAWN MOAVKRB TO LET 1JY THE
day, week or month Repairing,
Cleaning aud Sharpening done; Duplicuto
Pieces furnished when rui)uired. Machines
called for and returned. Also, Repairing
Garden Hose in fact, can do anything
necessary around tho house or stable.
King up Mutual Telephone 102.
N. F. BUROESS
A 12 GAUGE L. O.
Shotgun in Al order with
a uascx ami wicumngim
pluiiiuiit, all complete;
also, 200 Squire's Hand-loudeil Sludlx.
For tmrtimilars. iimuiro of
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W. .M. UUAMAMIIAAIi
Subscribe for the Daily Bulletin, 50
cents per month,
Saturday, Jan. 28, 1898.
When it is considered that
the present government moved
in without giving the depart
ing tenants a chance to clean
house, matters have progress
ed smoothly and without any
serious inconvenience to any
one except, perhaps, the man
avIio thought he must be on
the street after the limit of
time just because martial laAV
made his presence at home
after 9:30 p. m. compulsory.
It has not been the Avish of the
government itself that any re
putable citizen be harassed in
any manner, whether he be in
sympathy Avith the poAvers that
be or not. Some people, Iioav
ever, garbed in a little gauzy
authority, feeling that the pro
per conduct of the affairs of
state rested entirely upon their
shoulders have, by their
autocratic actions, made them
selves obnoxious and brought
the government into possible
disfavor by men Avhose busi
ness brought them together.
If the wheels of the govern
ment are to run AVitliout a
hitch every part of the machin
ery must lubricated Avith our
Colorado engine oil. If the
journals in sugar mills are kept
cool by occasional applications
of this medicine Avhy not every
thing else. We only intro
duced this brand a year ago
but it has grown into favor so
rapidly that it has almost dis
placed every make of oil in
this market. Engineers all
over the islands recognize its
superior Avorth and .they
prefer it to any other. The
price recommends it to the
plantation manager because
economy is one of the import
ant items considered among
sugar men at this time.
There are few places in the
Avorld Avhere such care is given
the laAvns as in Honolulu.
This fact makes garden hose
a necessity. We keep many
different brands, some cheap
some expensive, ana it is not
hard for you to guess which
we sell the most of. But
ordinarily the cheapest is not
always the best. If you use
a hose reel you will, if you
have been in the habit of buy
ing cheap grades of hose, add
at least a year to its life. The
rubber Avears out through
being pulled across the gravel
walks. The use of the reel
avoids that beside making
watering the lawn and the
plants a pleasure. The reels
are cheaper than hose and
Avill last almost forever.
For the past three months a
gentleman avIio failed to get a
French rat trap from us out
of the first and second invoice
received from the States
managed to get one the other
day out of the third lot. He
has told us almost every day
for three months that he could
not sleep OAving to the noise
made by tne rats running
overhead. When we sold him
the trap Ave thought Ave Avere
through with him so far as rats
and traps Avere concerned; Ave
Avere mistaken. After he
used the trap two days he
caught all the rats in the
neighborhood and now he
Avants us to buy it back. As
Ave have some neAv ones re
maining in stock Ave must
decline to handle second hand
rat traps. The French are
dandies on frogs and scandals
but they beat the Avorld on
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite Bpreckels' Illock,
Don't ncelcct vour colds
when vou can ect a year's protec
tion for 50 cents. Don't endure
catarrh when you can cure it
easily and pleasantly for half a
From Bcntof Burgeon to
tlio Central London Throat & Ear
Hospital, London, Eng. t "lnuaicu
Monthol chocks in a manner linrdlv
less than marvoloui acute colds In
tlio horul. I prcscrlbn Cushman's
AIontliQl lnliiuor to tuo oxtent ol
hundreds per annum."
T. D. Vnn Dnytt, Romu
lus, N. Y.t "Tho Menthol Inhaler
Is tho Rreatcst remedy for clearing
tho heart of a. cold that 1 over saw."
Norton A. Siultli, Peru,
Ohio: "Havo been troubled with
catarrh for many years, but nover
fowidanythlnff thnt gave mo relief
until I boucht your Menthol Inhaler.
it worKB iiko a cnarm."
It's neat, clean, pleasant to
use. convenient to carry, costs
50 cents and lasts a year. A trial would
Beware ot counterfeits.
xx. n. ovamtXTi,
Tlircc Rivers, Mlcliljinii.
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolulu, H. I.
PACIFIC MlllWARE CO., Ltd.
aummiag' Sloolt, Fort Street.
M. & D. Wrought E
teel Ranges !
BUILDERS HARDWARE GENERAL
Always up to tho times in Quality, Styles and Prices-
A uiir'Assortnient to Snit tho Various Demand.
STEEL PLOWS, Mwta sr&.W Work
Cultivator's Cane Knives,
HOKS, SHOVKLS, KOltKS, JIATTOCKS, ETC.
Carpenters', Blacksmiths' and Machinists' Tools,
SCItKW PI,ATES, TAPS and DIES, TWIST DRILLS,
PAINTS and OILS, 15RUSHES, GLASS,
AS1SESTOS 1IA1U FELT and FELT MIXTURE.
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifagals,
SEIIM "JSffeST MACHINES
LUBRICATING OILS In Quality and Ellleionoy surpassed
& It Is not po-niblo to list everything wo have. If there is
anything .vou want, eomo and ask for it, you will he politely
treated. No trouble to hhow goods.
89 PORT STRE3E1T.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
Japanese Sill; and Crepes, al very low jwiccs.
tSF Glove and Handkerchief Boxes, Toilet and Manicure Sets,
Work Boxes, Dolls, Etc., Etc., all sold regardless of cost.
S3P3 Ladies' and Misses' Tailor-made Jackets, from -$3 Up.
E5? Beaded Silk, Black Capes, at your own price.
Fans, Hosiery and Handkerchiefs in yrcat variety.
T Dressmaking Under the Manayomont of MISS E. CLARK.' SJ
THE HAWAII IJOLOMUA
DAILY AND WEEKLY
Loading Journals In tho Kingdom.
The "Daily Hawaii Holomua,"
Has tho IJirL'UMt Circulation on the Islands
and fa tho Host Medium for
Mil. Tiios. K. Na'hmnii:i. will receive nil
ndvortlfomonts and transact all business
ttt Ori'inu "Brenlg Hindi," corner
Nuuiinu and Queen streol (upstairs),
Can be found, as usual, at his residence,
AluUea street, next to British Club, or by
nius'Uge at O. E. Williams' store, Fort
t& All work guaranteed and visited a
hceoud time, l'romjit attention to all
orders. Tuned the rhino for concert of
jwiihiu, tne colohratcd violinist. (TO-I111
AFlltST-CLASS FAMILY BATHING
Resort at Vt'nlUUI. Traiuears nass
the gute. Special arraiigouiiiiits can hu
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