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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I'kdyed to neither Sect nor Party,
But Established for the lienefit of All.
FRIDAY, NOV. 17, 1893.
DEALING IN FICTION.
tt may bo said that tho aol of
Minister Stovons iloiiiiiiuls homo
couutor aotion on tho pail of tho
United States. Stovons did nothing
but what has boon done boforo, ami
what any minister is anthoii.od to
do. Tho oommittoo of hiifot asked
for protection to Auioiiean life ami
property at a tiuio when suoh pio
tectiou was doinaudod. Mr. Stovons
responded by ordering inannes to
land and stand guard during th
night, protectiug tlio consulate, tho
legation and other property. Not a
guu was lired nor any ueoilloss dis
play made, and as soon as volunteer
troops were enlisted, the inariuoh
retired to Camp Boston. Tho Bii
tish minister is said to hao ollered
to join in tho pioleotion of piopeity,
by calling for manned from tho
British war vvsel in port, but the
offer was declined as iinuoeossurj.
Major Wodohouso, British Minis
tor, was shown tho last statement of
tho foregoing, whereupon he said:
"Please givo that a Hat contradic
tion. Thoro was none of our shipi
in port at tho time." Uiu coulom-
nurnrv ic ?i littln itiiwiiitntl irimnr.'ll 1
on history. Witness it Mating of I
had ho lived nil
yestorday, as sixty yeais. What is
said above about the committee of
safety is too utterly childlike and
bland. It implies an entirely novel
doctrine in international law. That
the representative of one nation at
the capital of a nation friendly to
his own does the propel thing in
granting tho piotectioii of troops to
a body of men who propose to up
set tho friendly gov ernuieiit to which
he is accredited is a icfreshinglv
eool proposition. The Advoitisoi
knows perfectly well tiiat theie was
no danger to life and property at
tho time Minister Stovons lauded
his nation's tioops, except tho dan
ger that it was the purpose of those
asking for the suppoit of troop to
create. It was as if an intending
depredator of Bishop's bank called a
policeman from the station uuar ly
to stand guard at the bank door
while the burglar exploited the
vault with dynamite.
An interview was granted by Min
ister Willis to tho Star yesterday, in
which tho information wascouvoj-ed
that the LTniteti states would pre
serve the peace here until our affairs
were settled. Also, that the Minis
ter had submitted certain matters to
his Government for further advici
before carryiug out his instructions
There w ere expressions iu the intei
view as published which were at
once taken ambiguously, and a Bui.
LETiN representative called on Minis
ter Willis immediately to gain fur
ther light on the matters involved.
The Minister conver-ed with out
representative for some time, em
phasizing his solo intention in the
interview in question to have been
the allaying ot public excitement
Ho said ho had not taken "action"
but simply stated tho fact of Ameri
can care for the peace of the com
munity. A report of the conversa
tion was written and lett with the
Minister, in compliance with a vo
Juutary promise, so that lie might
correct any errors that might ap
pear. When the report was call
ed for at tho Legatiou, Mr.
Willis said that on second thought
he preferred not to bo quoted a 113
more in the papers, owing to the
liability of his words being miscon
strued and given political signifi
cance whore none was inten ted. In
stead of tho interview ho preferred
to present the letter that appeal. -elsewhere
LETTER FROM U. B. MINISTER
To the EniTon or uik Ui'llltin:
1 have hastily glanced at the
manuscript which you have loft.
Tho interview iu tho "Star" was
submitted to me, but I did not
scrutinize it carefully. It contains
several expressions which aro mis
leading, duo, 1 am sure, not to any
intontioii on tho part of tho writer.
The short conversation I had with
hira had no political significance
whatever, When my Government
is ready to make any ollioinl or
political statements, it will bo else
where. I regret that a casual remark, in
regard to the attitude of tho Press
hero, has been misconstrued. When
I spoke to the reporter of the
"Star," it was as tho representative
of the outire l'ross. 1 am not its
censor, and my remark was not in
tended to bo construed to tho dis
advantage of any. It was intended
as an appeal to all, to unite in pro
Morviug poacu and gootl ordur, which
is, I know, the wish of all gootl
Furthor than this, I do not donire
to bo quoted.
Amjuiit S. Willis,
A BRITISH PACIFIC CABLE.
Imporiat find Colonial Iutorost Grow
Tho following is mi editorial in
thu Now Zealand Humid:
A cable message from Sydney in
forms us that tho Premiers of Now
South Wales and Victoria aro will
ing to hold a conference, as suggest
ed by Mclvonio llowell, tho Can
adian Minister of Trade and Com
luou'o, iu connection with the con
struction of a Pacific cable. Tho
Premier of New South Wales is also
willing thai the same coufeiouce
dioulu uiseuss a reciprocity treaty
with C.imwia. riioro is now a gen
eral feeling of regret that New
South Wales should have joined in
piomoiiug a cable line dim ween Aus
tralia ami New Caledonia, which
would be part of a French lino
across tho P.icilic. Queensland and
Now Soul h Wales have committed
ihonweles in a guarantee for a term
of yoais to tho French company
that is laying the lino botweou
(jiicoiislniut and New Caledonia, and
ii is part tl the pioject that that
shall be (he lirM link in a Pauilic
cable. Tho Goxeininont of Victoria
has lelt annoyed at the action of
New Smith Wales and Queensland,
and has communicated with tho Im
pel ial authonlies on the subject,
fho BiitishL-Wnorninoiit also strong
ly disapproves. Lord Kipon in a
circular dispatch on tho subject,
says: ''While regarding with satis-
faction on general grounds the ap-i
proaching telegraphic connection of '
ustinlia with New Caledonia. Hoi
Majesty's Government cannot but
view with regret the action taken by I
0junnis of Queensland and
New South Wales, as it implies a
departure fioni principles with re-
gaul to colonial cohesion aud con- I
sidoration ot lmpenal interests to
which prominence was given iu the
discussion at the Colouial Confer
ence iu IS87, and as it appears to
diminish the chance of their assist
ance in laying any future Pacitic
cables passing thiough possessions
or protected territory, and avoiding
possessions of European Powers.
Hoi Majesty's. Gov el 11 niout share the
view-, Oipiessad by tho Victorian
Government, that iiicouvonieuce,
to;-, and indeed danger to both
colonial and Imperial interests,
might aii-e iu tiuio of war
if tho Pacific cable passed
through New Caledonia, ami they
cauuot, liom an Imperial point ot
v low, legard with approval an ar
laiigomeiit under which such cable
would touch foreign tetritory." Tho
Premier ol Queensland replies to
this despatch by saying that the
sentiments expressed by the Secre
tary of Slate for tho Colonies '"are
based on reports of an exaggerated
haracter." He endeavors to tuin
1 he tables on the Imperial authorise.-,
though he dooa not improve his
own case, by referring to how Eng
land h .s dealt with Now Guinea mid
Now Caledonia. He says that if
Eugl.tud had acted accoiding to
colonial ideas, theie would never nave
oeeu a word about a cable to Now
Caledonia. '1 he moat effective step
.thief) tliu Imperial Goierumeiit
could take now would bo to give
substantial aid to the construction
of a complete Pacific service, which
.vould be eutiieh under Biitish con
trol. The New South Wales Govern
ment appear to have entered into the
project without much thought of tho
eon-i-quotices which might be in-
volveil, and there is a stroug fooling
in that colony itsell that a serious
mistake has been made. The cable
line now spoken of as a subject ol
conference would touch only on
British territory, aud would cross
th Aineiicau continent within the
Canadian Dominion. But to com
mence a project for a second Pacific
line might be logarded by those con
nected with the French company as
to some extent a broach of faith, and
besides New South Wales is not iu a
position to givo such effectivo aid as
she was before making an engage
ment for the Now Caledonia lino.
I'hin is another occurrence showing
the necessity lor colonial federation,
so that one colony, inspiiod by a
petty feeling of rivaliy, shall not
take action in a matter which may
vitally affect the interests of all the
colonies of these seas, aud which
may have an important bearing on
tho welfare of tho whole Empire.
A Federal Government would, as a
matter of cour.se, have entire charge
of such business as cable connection
with the rest of the world, aud
would not act except after consulta
tion with the Imperial Government.
Cliiunborlam'a Colic, Cholera aud
When tumbled with pain in the
stomach, bilious colic or diarrhoja
give this medicine a trial ami you
will bo more than pleased with the
result. It is pleasant, safe anil 10
liablo. '2T and M cent bottles for
sale by all dealeis. Benson, Smith
iVi Co,, Agents for tho Hawaiian
Oi:VI2KAI. KXl'ElllENOED IIANDb
O at I resMiiiiklni;. Apjilj ut 11 rn. Aitl
is' Dr ssiiiahini; lst,ililUliiiiunt,
UO.ME l.lVlMi ( Al'.I'n KOIt DKEIJD
O inu. 1IM l!ii' lliiuulmii t'oeoainits for
1.. 1,1 .MJI..M.V.". -V,
'pin; I'ovri'oNED mi:i',tin(i or
1 Hie JI0110I11I11 1. Unary and Jteiuling
Hoom Ahsoulutiiiii, will be held at J.ihrarv
Hull, l-'KIDAY, the 17lh iit , at 7:3u
o'clook p. m., lor the elueilon of Tiuitunt
and oilier important ImisIiiom.
11. a. rAit.Mi;i,i;i:,
ehJ 'it heeiutaiy.
ELECTION OJt' OPI'IOEIIS.
'i Tin; annual mi;i;tinu oktju:
l I'liioii Kiwi 1 11., lil, hulil In Hono
lulu on the 1,'ith ilu of No ven 1 be i', J MM,
lliu follotUni; (illliurs uciu eleeled to Mtrvu
for the eiiMiliii; .vtar.
l' ('. Maufurlaiie I'luaidunl.
W. I' Alien V.u.'rei.delil.
K. W. Miiufiirlane. Tien-, V Maiiiiut'r,
P. Kluiiip . . Audiioi.
1'. It. Vltlu Secrutiirv.
R If. VI DA,
sil-lw hucrititry U. J". Uo,, I.tM,
THOSE OASES OF MEASLES.
Only Ono Patient in Quarantine) and
Well Passongors Dotmnod.
Three out of tho ton steerage pas
sengers who were lauded from tho
S. S. Alameda to bo placed in quar
antine for meaxlos were passengers
bv tho barkohtino Klikitat this
morning for Port Towusond. Thoy
wore Mrs. Herboit and two children.
Tho quarantine of the other seven
passengers depend upon the course
of tho sickness of master King, who
is the only ono sulforing from mea
sles, With tho exception of the in
fant those' iu quarantine have had
previous attacks of measles, some in
Samoa, and have recovered, so there
is no fear of their sull'ering a second
Health ollicer Keynolds was seen
this morning, and ho stated that tho
patient hail greatly improved, and
in a few days he expected would
Tho placing iu quarantine of tho
passougoi, iu the opinion of Mr.
Reynolds was unnecessary. Wo
have had nuasle at intervals for
the last four years, and not until
lately has this course boon pur
sued. Ho supposed that since the
last cases from tho Colonies had
been quarantined all other cases
should bo similarly dealt with.
Zlv. It. II. vhurchtU
Jit. Veri.on, Wash.
An Honest Medicine
Rheumatism Cured Health Built Up.
Mr. riiinililll. fuimeilv of Cluirclilll &-Tnylor,
tuiv.'Viis ,m. (lv.l mi'lni'i'i-.. .Ml. Vernon,
V iiliinsMi, vuiles: '.nutlicrii Ciltrornia
vwiinv lm.ncf n nr'iiv je.us. When leamo
lion: 1 In-, unto Ijo iiillltlcil all over vvltu
Ami also p.ilm In inv tmrk ami .v general feeling
01 lielii nseil up. Mv litr.!iie3 Uilies 1110 out In
thf elenenli nil tin' time, ai'il 1 found iny
!eir unlit fur won.. Heading nil alvertisc
ni.'itt of i.ihJN s.ii sine .tin, mid learning
al-iu lli.it the mu'licliu'vv.is enniiioiiiiiled In
inv u n ,st lie i f M.s ichuptts. I eoncluUocl
tills ni.l lie uu liotirs! lurilit itie. I took
it ami a in so iniieli inuiroved Hint I am out
15 j v5 Prla
t.i alt wc-.tli-is eii'l tnvel all day with no
fitlxi.o and lueil t( cllns. 1' any one that
feels Ij.idall ovi'i I say take Hood i biisapa
rllto. It has cine line." It. H.Ciivui hill.
KOOD'S Pills euio Uvr" lib. Jaundice,
lilllxiiiuess, bluk Headache and Cuuclipatlon,
I,, (, n
HUUKON, XKWit-vN .t CO.,
Agents for llawailun UlHtnls.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
Site of Skin !
On SATURDAY, Xov. IS,
At UO'CL-OI'K NOON,
At ni Sileirui iu, I vvill sell lit I'ubliu
Auction, liy order of tump iuiy uil-
iniiiNtiatoi of tho Kitute of
1'. Oprergolt, ilett.istd,
Tilt: lllOUOt'tiJIUKHi) STAI.MOX
Sire, tile tYluliidti'd Kflltuekv Slnllioii
'Hilly Tliornhill," U.IIU Viola"
4jf-Kurtlier particular, of
Jas. F. 3iEorea.ia,
On SATURDAY, Nov. 18,
AT 1J 0'UI.OCK NOON,
I ll.l. i-l.l I. A I Pl'IILU AI'lllO
The Stallion "Daylighf
Foaled Iu Uouolulu, April C, 1891,
Sire' Divwi, "':lJ,;iiiritof "fillky" and
ovn others wl-h records of UiHOand htil
ter. "Dawn" by "Nutwood" lm of over
one linnd'ud with reeordi of 'J: in and b"t
'ui Dam "Kb etriMh" hj "Kleetloneer,"
the eruiltest piotlueur of speed that ever
"i;.t light" w foahd in Honolulu on
Apiil 11, 1MII, an I i ruiiMHiuuntl) Wand
tired. He ManiN !.').;, weigh" NVipmindh,
and l broken to harniis and M'rvlee. Uu
lute never been worked forhjieed but Van
idiow tiunriori- In IU M'i'oiiiIh. He 1 4 with-
out uxvupiloii the II111.M Individual in the
kiiigdiuii and will make willnmt doubt a
l.Vl .1. . . I . I I II. 1.1 Mil.... I. 11. -11 I f .1 111 . 1. . 1. I I. Pi I
bud and reuUtuiid.
uii.ii aiuii.ifiil ill. u iiirfvi, wuin riiiiiiniti
lMf Thin In 11 rare opportillilt.v tu pro
euro a grand htalllon, lar superior In thu
hrokuiwlowu lieiuts timuilly cunt lo tbia
roiinlrv fi uiu (iillfornlii,
y ' sin
Saturday, Nov. 11, 1898.
There seems to be an old
time strain on the public mind
relative to the settlement of
the political affairs; and this
strain is peculiarly American
in its character. You've no
ticed in the States how the
people are constantly going
aivi coming never resting, al
ways seeking rather than wait
ing to be sought. That's the
way it is with the people here
regarding the present status
of affairs. Instead of waiting
to hear what is to come repre
sentatives of the press and
both political factions have
been running to the American
Minister and making futile
efforts to secure information
that will come, like all things,"
to him who waits.
Some people here have
been waiting to hear some
thing drop and they heard it
when we published, the other
day, the statement that the
wire we are selling stood a
test in the Honolulu Iron
Works of 2,420 pounds. It is
about the only proof neces
sary to show that the quality
is superior and the wire not
made from material fished out
of the scrap pile. With this
good quality of wire and the
stays and washers for making
a locked fence there is nothing
to prevent persons from put
ting up a fence that will last
until the crater of Kilauea be
comes a fertile valley.
The market has been short
lately on oil stoves but, thanks
to the arrival of the "S. C.
Allen" we are enabled to fur
nish enough to allow the en
tire population to sizzle on
them. They're in various
sizes and styles and people
who want to get up a light
lunch hurriedly, will nee.'l one.
For every article manufac
tured a demand is created.
The rains during the past
week is a sort of jogger to the
memories of the people that
they want mats. The rain
and mud creates a demand for
them and we have the suppl)
both of Hartman steel for the
rough work and cocoa mats
for the door sills. These arti
cles are as necessary about a
house as a stove which, by the
way, we sell. We have the
famous Pansy a cast iron
. stove of suprrior grade and
which we have sold hundreds
of since we have been 'in busi-
We've never had a com
plaint from anyone using them
which is saying considerable
because they aie cheap. In
the higher grade we have the
best steel range ever manu
factured. Among other things
in which economy must be
practised is fuel. We know
of no better plan to make a
saving than by the use of a
Fischer steel range. In the
first place, fifteen minutes
after the fire is lighted the
oven is ready for baking; in
the second place the fire is so
constructed that it burns one
third less fuel than any other
stove the same size. The fire
bricks (?) are made of steel
and cannot burnt out; the
grate is made triangular in
shape and can never burn out.
The body is made of No. 16
wrought steel, or just double
the thickness of those hereto
fore sold by us. We believe
from all reports that they are
the best ranges made and you
will agree with us if you try
It's a little early to mention
Christnyis goods but if you are
at all desirous of getting on
the right side of your wife the
cheapest and best way to man-
'. . , J.
age it is to select w baiKiuet
iMm,, , ,,., t.,,lM M'lw-.rw'i;
, lamlJ ,ll,tl on'x WUle. 1 Here b
, ecoiionivr in this lierrmm vnn
' CLU , '", , ,. U(-L,lU!t- ylHI
get lUlll tile beiiellt.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OppuslUi HpreekeU' llloek,
MYt VOR'V STltWICT.
- PH1SSESTS THIS
An mitiMtnl nttruutlvu viirluty of NKW
HOOPS to iiH-ut tho Inste and vuuiti of
our Ihliuiil ('(immunity. Apart
from 11 tliui stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS TUK NKW BlUSON'S .
That mut liu scuii to Ik1, appreciated.
Also n line of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Kniry Tuk'.
Additional to h bewildering stiimly of tliu
uiiMniiuiry (,'ood gooda for u'l good
people i" a siock 01
That lire as usrful as thev aro novel and
ultriietive, and of all Kind and .!(..
DollS & Dolls' Sundries
W 8.NTV UlAVs' HKMitll'VltTPKI bus
always been noted fur il- supply of liolls
and All the etcetera-, of ttolldom, and thi
reason leads them all.
KID DOLLS, HWd
Nankin "Doll-, Kag Dolls, llubber Dolls
China Doil, D.ilN whh Kino I'lnneh IJN
ijno Heads, Dolls with sornlled Viibu'iik-
alile Heads, uiiinn Menus.
rvAT T C with Ileal Huin.m Hair,
UV.JLJUO Dolls with Natural Look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair. Woolly
Hair, and some with No Hidr ill all.
Sleeping Dolls, "Wakeful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
yv"! T C in full Dress, Hulf Dre--.
LJKJJLj lO and Undiess and l.uming
from about three inches to nearly thiee
leet in sie, and fioni ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Boy Dolls, Bdby Dolls
Fiench Dolls, Knyllsli Dolls,
German Dolls, American Dolls,
I'.-oniiiiaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Mulatto Dolls, Darkey Dolls.
TvM I Heads, Doll Uodies, Doll
UWL-LiWiKs, Doll's Anns, Doll's
Shoes, Doll's, Stockings, Doll's Hats, Doll's
l'araso'ls., Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Kuiis, Doll's
1 radles. uoli' lieiisteaii'- jjoir 110ns
spaiiN, Doll's (Cai riaires, Doll's Tea ets,
Wasli Sel artid -ets of lots of neee-sary
things to complete the happiness of ft
doll's mamma's life.
liipial liberal ptovision is made in .ill the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Tf.y3,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Eto.
Ol'TDllDi: rtAMKS, IN DUO It HAMKS
... b o o k: s ...
That am 11 joy to buhold.
& Kveibody and all ages provided
for at ,Sma Ci.vrs' HniiQiiliiini-.
.-)!'.) FOHT STJJKIiL'.
GRAND D1SPL AY
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 15th.
Opening Day (ot Xmas Goods!
51'.) FOHT STREET.
NOTICE TO TENANTS.
VfOTKK IS HKItKIIYUIVKNTO Aid,
L persons living as Tenants on l.undi
lieloneint; to the Eitato of the lute King
luiliikmi:i,as well a on l.nndh belonging tu
the iindcrHignud itml tho-ie of David ICuun
nanakoa and .). Kalanlaiiaole, for which
arrangement have bet 11 made between
thorn and Mr. J. I'aakanl.i that payment
of runt inii.-t heieuftur be made to mu pei
sonally. When making a.v ment It is re-quu.-iteil
that tenants bring eoplet of their
leusen and thu lai-l leeelpt iceelved li.
them. It in uho the whh of the umKu"
signed to meet and umfei vviih tenants on
the llrK day of eveij mouth for hi.
month, beginning Oetobur HI, ln'il, and
ending Apiil HI, lH'll.
Olllee at Houuakaha
Honolulu, Oct. Ill, IMM. 3,-iui
rit..ioiiNiitri;NWAi.D or hana,
1M. .Muni, having uiadu tin iihilgiiinunt
tome of all bis moperty for thu iiriicllt of
IiIh ciedltoii., all i-'lsniir. having elailiiti
ugaiuiil Mild John llrileuwald mu herd))
reiinesleil to prudent thu uaiuii to uiu at thu
olllcn of 11, Haokield A Co,, Honolulu,
within two month fiom dato 01 thuy will
lie forever burred
J. V. HACKKKI.D,
Annlgueen of John flruenwalil.
Honolulu, Nov. Hi, IMM. W ,n
I'EJtbONS II A VINO I I.AIMH
ugaliiht Kmmi'Mi Maui will nletiMt
mei ut lliu miuiu to thu underiluiitd at Ii la
olllee, Meiehaut Ktreut.
Honolulu, Nov. -1, loUi, 07.1. If
Corner Port 8a
TO INFORM THE PUBLIC THAT 1 AM
Extra Value in Ladies' Blouses
OCc. and. 90c.
A Full Line of India Silk
IN AM. (J0I.OHB
-A."!' CO CEWTS.
Extra Yalue in Boys' Waists:
WH1TU AND OOI.OHHD.
At.MI IIFTV IIOKNH
Flannellette Bys' Waistsl
-&.XjI jUjs :e cents.
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves
I'.VKKY I'AIlt WAItKANTKD
Ladies' and Children's Hosiery
Gent's Fast Black SUk Hose':0 and Clllteil's clotM
-vx1 rei-Eio a. .zxa
l'LKASK ALSO KKMKMBKH TIIAT I CAUHY A
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I
WHICH I. AM ... I rXTT?U
I-jV t JlLiLX,
ttT I I3STVITE1 USTSFEOTIOST "
5 . -tU jE3. fcC jLj X Cf IE3. ,
Cornor Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
WE HAVE JUST KECK IV ED DIRECT FKOM THE
MAKERS rX PARIS. A LARGE
These French Brushes are celebrated the World over for
their Exceixknuk of Finish and Dukawuty,
aud cost you no .mokk than the ill-made
HOLLISTER & CO.,
fS&Z "Port S3t.-rt. - - - HonolixUi, H. I.
XOVEIJO" &. GO,
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Blook."
IMPORTERS AiND SOLE AGENTS
KOH THU SAI.K UV
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "Uncle Sum" H'tur C'tllum, iT(tjia (Jlty.
Fredericksburg Browing Co.'s Export Lager Boer,
.Vim Jose, Cut., If, S. A,
Ballemuntl & Co.'s Cream Pure Bye Whisky,
Amerhii'ii PuteM I'rmliwtion, Ittrh uud Mellow.
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
-Uniform and Reliable,
Scott & Gilbert's 'Sassafras" Sour,"
The I'rlnce 0 Summer DrlnU,
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and INDIA LINEN
Table Linen, Napkins, Towels
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House Furnishing Goods
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Boys' Knee Pants
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