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She Jnihi gjuUHin,
Plulytd to witlur bid nor J'ariy,
Hut Jmtablished for the JSeneiU oj All.
SATURDAY, DEC. U, 1893.
"This was ayreed to by thu E
uuutivo l.'ouiioil, which atuoil thruo
to oiio in lav or of. tut mug tliu lascals
"Air. Damou. may bo trusted, wo
boliovo, to ouioiuu tho vvislius ami
will oi thu AuiiuMituiu part with
porfoct good faith. For
tauatoly his gouorous uupulius to
wards tliofco nt his own Department
VVllOaO prUaUllt'U 111 tllo pilllllt' Sl'lVlCO
is au uiuiiiont ol ilangoi to tlio i-otn-uuiii
woal, aro abio to lind ovprossioti
tluough tho various agouoios of pn
vato uiiiploymout which aio undoi
his ooutiol or patronage."
Thoso extracts fioin ltd oditorials
yoatorday show that the Star has a
very peculiar opinion of Al r. Damon.
Tho suggestion that ho has abund
ant tiso loi tho sorweos ol "rascals'"
hi his pnato business all a us is a
tiillo moro insulting than its intima
tion tho other da) that tho 1'. Ii.
could got along without tho scivieo-)
of Mr. Damou if he poiststod in ro
tating tho wollish demands of tho
pack of aihouturers who aio in tho
revolution foi what the) can got out
A correspondent on one of tho
other islands has sent us a leaf from
"The Liteiaiy Digest," one whole
page of which is occupied with com
ments on "Lynch Law." A Milwau
kee paper says, "L uohiiigs are get
ting to bo daily occurrences in. vW
United states' :V Detroit Tri-uiy1."-
says, "Lynch law is one of the
foulest blots on om American Civili
zation.' Our correspondent makes
the following comments:
Did evoi '
under tho much deciied royal rule
such abomination happen in Hawaii?
Dunng tho revolution of '&7, some
virtuous Christians, it is said, tried
to lynch W M. Gibson, for much
lesser cunies than murder or lapo!
Strong government!'' In the pre
sent revolution -acioidiug to tho
information given forth by tho coi
respondeni ot the Associated Press-,
who is in the couiideiice of the load
ers of the movement a murder so
ciety ousts vwihiu tho Annexation
It was a wise piovision in the Ha
waiian Constitution now ruthlessly
tiampled under foot -a provision
copied from the L nileil States Con
stitution -which made the .ludiciaty
strictly independent of the Execu
tive anil Legislative depaitmonts ol
the Government. Now we have the
spectacle of the imprume Court
raided to more ucIiisivo dignity lat
terly undoi the mouaiehy being
subjugated, not to ue a stronger
word, to the service of the Execu
tive in enforcing the decree of a po
litical faction, that all public ser
vants not in accord with the Gov
ernment for the tune being lit powei
shall be dismissed Mr. Wuiidon
berg, a subordinate ollictal m the
Judiciaiy Department, committed
no oflense against that Department.
Ho was loyal to it aud eflicient in
point of services rendered. Vet he
has been dismissi-d by thu Judiciaiy
for having given allront to the Ex
ecutive ami Legislative branches.
Verily, "lohabod" may be writtou
over the door of the temple ol jtis
tice, foi one of its chief glories has
Undoi scaio headings the Adver
tiser this morning makes another
clumsy and unjust attempt at writ
ing down the Hawaiian Tramways
Company. Somebody who evidently
had not good judgment suddenly
diove in thb way of a tramcar with
a brake, and d he had not driven
out of the way again might have
lost a wheel. No harm wui done,
however, but his scared imagining
of what "might have bcou" sent tho
brake driver to the Advertiser ollice
with a ghost stoiy. The man look
fed like Patriot Emmoluth and the
two-w heeler like a vehicle lately
heon engaged in the distiibution of
firearms to tho denizens of Punch
bowl slopes. As a matter of fact
the tramways track, where the scene
of an accident that might have hap
poned is laid by the Advertiser, is in
a fairly good condition. The not
very substantial material of our
street covering wears away imper
ceptibly, but tho repairing gang of
the tramways novei long neghctb a
piece of track that gets out of the
IbKuI reijuiromuut of betug Hush
with the stieet Willi lofi're.ii'o to
tho School street section, the Adver
tiser as often happens is bat king up
the wrong tree. For some tune past
the Company has been waiting for
the Government to o&tablihh the
grade on that sheet. It would be
laboi wasted to build up the track
to-day only to have it onlored torn
down to morrow liven a corpora
Lion has some lights that a govern
immt is bound to icspect. r-or ' r0Mgualionof Kov. W 11. IJanics.uow
long tune the public had a complaint j rn.siiliug in Canada. The creation
about the ntnte of thu tiauk on Ala- ! of a btatutu defining parochial boiin
l.. ui...,.i i, ,,i nil 1 1,,, ni. ii,. it iN dariiu in these islaudu will albo ocuu-
I.VU MV.1W., t,.V .... ...W , - .V ...W
thu Ciovorumeut that kept the Com
pany watting foi a grade. Of course
anybody in thu community could
mnuagu a si loot oar s3stoin bolter
than ours is managed, just as any
body can run a hotel or a newspaper
bettor than persons brought up to
thoso occupations. Still the groat
majority who depend on tho tram
cars for arlilicinl locomotion will ro
iuo to synipalhio with criticisms
against the management of tho sys
torn which aio obiously captious
Portuguese Gun Cuiriors.
Jinnou Ufixirm: -
Notwithstanding thu sound advice
given to tho Portuguese by their
leading newspaper last week, an ex
tinct fioin which was published in
Thursday's Hi t.i.i. UN, anil tho advice
of benhor Cauavarro, tho resident
minister from the Court at Lisbon,
the l'oitugiiose have, since tliiMwirn
nigs and adv ice from their minister
and pi oss, been receiving arms and
ammunition. On Saturday evening
last a haudcait containing about
thirty rillcs vvitn bayonets, covered
with a blanket and attended by throe
moil, went up Punchbowl street and
aloiiK Ktnau street in the direction
of the Moimou church. I saw some
of tho guns distributed from this
The Marshal attended a meeting
of Portuguese at thoir club on
Punchbowl a fovv evenings ago to
speak about this distribution of
arms, and, as a so to If to what the
Poitugueso Minister advised, the
Marshal told his audience thut tho
guns vvoio given thorn io protect
thoir own houses! Ths-the Portu
guese, w tio aro a laboring class got
titig from ninety cents to a dollar
anil a quarter a day, had any groat
wealth, outside of children and
chickens, and demanding from the
I jov eminent tho gift ol Leo-Keining-
tou magazine rules ami bayonets
said to cost the taxpayers jlS each,
must be icgaidod as a circumstance
entirely unknown to anyone outside
of the Marshal.
The aniiinir of some UK) of these
l"'"!1'0 ls a menace to tho peace of
crimes for which the aulhois of this
leign of bayonets and rule by mot),
will yet bo called by tho people to
atiswei. Not one in a dozen of these
people cm lead thoii own language
aud it is a tittiug sequel to the
action of the microscopic clique who
now constitute tho P. G., that hav
ing given those illiterates a vote in
1ns7 in order to "down'' tho Hawai
ian, they now put guns in tho same
hands to kill llavvaiians on tho first
The character of these gun car
riers, for w hose precious lives aud
pioperty the Marshal is so solici
tous, may bo gleaned from a fovv
samples. Joe Forroira, whoso igno
IIIO COIUIUUUILV, ttllll IS UUU Ul 11IU
rant antics with his P. G. rifle led
him hist week to make a target of
Pilot Macauley's house, was some
ten or twelve mouths ago convicted
of the manslaughter ot ouo Homy
Williams and given an opportunity
io leave the country or come up for
sentence when called on. As Joe
can uuash a conviction by carrying
a P. G. gun and make targets of
people's houses at midnight with
impunity, and still lotaiu his gun,
the chances aio that if Joe bags a
live anti-aiiuexationist ho will bo re
warded with tho addition of asword
and a puiso. If Pilot Macauley had
been in the line of Joe's bullet a P.
G. coioner aud jury of the Annexa
tion club might have possibly found
outtli.it the coipse vvhou alive was
not on thu roll of the faithful, and
(nought in a verdict of accidental
death, which would not have hap
pened if the pilot had been on deck
with the Citizens' Unserve at the
The Portuguese gunner is on the
whole a favored niau. Recently one
Gomes a jeweler, was found with
Unity tins of opium and his case
uol. pros'od. Another gunner from
the Azores was charged with liquor
soiling last week, aud that was heard
no more of. Tho army is becoming
a power in tho laud when it can
commit crinio, and defy tho Mar
shal to prosecute.
In the meantime tho law uphold
ing press must call the attention of
the American, British aud Japanese
ro p resell tat ives to the fact that tho
responsibility rests upon them to
demand that this Portuguese Malia,
organized and maintained by the
Dole Cabinet, bo removed by the dis
arming of those Portuguese. It is a
standing menace to the public peace
and to tlio lives of their citizens.
The so-called Government of Dole
& Co. stands in the position of being
unable to punish criminals and ap
pears anxious to aim and retain aud
pay thorn. How long will the re
presentatives of civilized nation'
consent to look on such a couditiou
ANOLIOAN OHUBCH SYNOD
Will Assemble in Honolulu Next
Wook Outline of Business.
The Diocesan Synod of the Angli
can Church in Hawaii will ho con
vened I)- His Lonlhip the liishop
of Honolulu on Wednesday next, the
Lith instant. Thcic will he a cele
bration of the ho! communion at
uevon in the iiioriiiny, in which the
members of the Synod will partici
pate, and the roll of members will
be called aftm evensong in theaftei
noon. In the evening the Bishop
will address the uieiuburu and give a
succinct htatmueiit of tho doings of
the church during the two years
prior, not only in the dioco-o in Ht
vvaii out ai.so in foreign paid-. The
liishop will include in his addn a.s
nouio reference to I he vvorKingri of
the chuich in the Province of C'uu.i
da, wheie there has recontl been
created two Archbihhopricit like
thoi-o of Canterbury and York in
The business to be tiauniiclcd will
include the lilliug of the vacancy on
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, !,. ,f
pv llio aiiuillioii Ul IIIU IIIDIIIUUIB III
Muiubni-D of the Svuud aro M fol
low: III Lordkhip thu Jiiihop of
Honolulu, III. Ruv Alfred Willis;
Ko. V. II. Kilcat, Chaplain St. An
drew's Cathedral; Hov. A. Mackin
tosh, Minister of Second Congrega
tion, St. Audiow'sj Hov S. II. Davis,
of Cliristchurch, South Koua, Ha
waii. The laity will bo ruprosoutod
as follows: Cathedral Congregation,
Messrs. S Mehoula, fid. Stiles ami
V. 11. Wright; Seioiid Congrega
tion, Messrs. H. W. Mist, Ci. .s. liar-
us, ami ii, ,i. vm Hull; uiuaiua,
S. Nowleiu; Kohala. O. S. Kyuners
luj and L. Ainu; Smi.h Koua, .loliu
Bush; llonobilu tSt. l'otor's Chapel)
See Voting; llonrv Smith. (ex ollicio),
Tivastuor of tho Tttistoos.
Of Hood's Sar-aparilla is always
within the bounds if icason becauVo
it is fine; it always appeals to the
soboi common -iitsof thinking peo
ple because it is true; and it is al
ways fully substantiated by endorse
ments which in the niiaticial vvoild
would be accented without a mo
Hood's Pills cure livor ills, consti
pation, biliousness, jaundice, sick
Tlio five-ton anchor which was
brought hero by Captain Metcalfe
to aid in floating tho Miowera was
taken back on the S. S. Australia to
day. A Custom House clork was sum
moned before tho Executive Council
to-day to ansvvci whether ho would
support the P. G. or re-toiat ion and
tho Queen. The cloik mau fully re
plied that he would rather like to
sou restoration with his Queen on
tho throne, for which honest expres
sion Piesident Dole is said to nave
commended tho young man. Tho
clerk was expecting this afternoon
to be told to "git."
By Jas. F. Morgan.
11 sit l'nlilic Auction ii lini-of (iomls
-nil ilile for
Christmas and New Year
White Oris., ituo.ls, ,-nit 1'atturus.
Linen Table Cloths ami Napkin,
piKCLji iapami: cunt'i;,
JAl'AKl.Sr. hILK SHAWLS,
MLK. SAbill-S, l'lC, inv.
Gold & Silver Jewelry,
AND A fel'LKNDII) LINK OP
All faius ainl Pattern- w Inch must
lo villi at :mv pni'i-.
GOODS NOW ON VIEW 1
IXi- Kememlji r '
bold ul Anv Prire.
All tiuoil inn-t Im
To Close Out Consignments !
Pur the lienelit uf the Lsl iti
M. dOLDKKK '.
CiimiiiHiii'iMK on AILUDAY, Dreein
bcrlllh, 1 will "ell ii New CuiiMiyuiiifiit of
Boys' Shirt "Waists
Tin CiMunted "Mm" Itrniid ul
.yi.00 iir JIulJ Ilium.
Boys' Suits from S3.50 up.
Men's Suits from S12.00 up.
Men's Extra Pants from $1.50 up.
Island Orders Promptly Attended to.
I. LEVINGSTON, Manager.
A Good Business on Fort Street
fjtp- Inquire uf
HO AH DM AN,
.ilU Port Hticut.
SCOTTISH THISTLE OLUB.
V MPJ'.Tl.VO OK thi: AltOVL cunt
1 nll hi) liulti on MONDAY HVKN
IMi, Dui'uiiihei II, al 7. 'IO o'clock. Musi
nttis: Nomination of olllrei- for ensuing
1 1' mi. A full ullenilnnce U leniii'sti-il.
M (UUtlll) CU (CHI.
Honolulu, Din1 11, ls'H. tiOl-at
CEYLON JEWELRY AND LACKS.
pin: i'n'ili!mhni;i) iu:if. to in-
1 foi in llif iiulille that hi' IlU- oionfil A
uliini tit No. l.VI Nuuiuiii siii-i-t, Incur L.
Ahloj fin tin. i-alu of ( oylim Mamiftir
tun 1 .luvvi-liy ami lluuil-iiimlu Uicu. In
i.i ctlmi ri4iui'tfullv In v in- i.
. .1. W)Kli5.
Mnuilfiii'tiillliu .Ii Mi'lt'r. 171 Niiuaiiu t.
rpili; POl It UODMfaON
i lint L'loiiiiil lloor of
thu Ma-iilur Tuiuiili', I lioso
Itoonii a rr suitiili i fn
blon or Olllub
Per iiurlii'iilurs aniily tu
vV I ALLIIN,
i liairiiuui of 'Iriti'us
Co V JIuilK.
Al i;V I'HUlUi; I LIlNh IN 1'OTh
and hanging Initials, on BiitunU)
fttu Vi o'clock, at thu residence of
ity-St II. 1. LI LLIK
Hawaiian Harflwavo Go., L'fl
Saturday, Dec. 9, 1S93.
The individuality of mini is
shown by their works. Byron
by his beautiful, but lascivious,
poems, Macauley by the care
devoted to the preparation of
his history of England, Mes
sonnier by the delicacy of
colors on canvas, Wagner by
his base-horn sonatas, and the
Hawaiian Hakowakk Co. by
their choice selection of goods
for the house.
If we purchased good things
to-day and poor articles to
morrow people would say: "It
I is characteristic of the Hawaii
an Hardware Co. to give a
good thing one time and a bad
one another." As it is our
policy to buy only reliable
goods the people here as well
as on the other islands can
safely depend upon getting
just what they order. We
could not send a poor quality
of goodh if we were requested
to; we don't keep them in
Last week we unpacked a
goodly number of boxes, many ,
of them suitable for the holi- '
days, all of them adapted to j
tne every uay wants oi tne
people. That these new goods
suited our customers was evi
denced in the fact that many
of the handsomest gifts to the
recently married couples weie
purchased from us. Our stock
is a combination from which
one may select articles for us.e
by people in any walk of life,
from the lady who wants an
exquisitely wrought jewel case
to the manager of the planta
tion who requires the imple
ments a Hendry Breaker for
instance, for tilling the soil.
We have recently added to
our stock an assortment of
fancy goods for the holiday
season comprising, silver plat
ed ware, onyx tables, hand
some banquet lamps, ebony
like pedestals for statuettes,
etc., things which you and
everyone else admire when
you see them in your neigh
bor's parlor. Handsome look
ing are they, and stout of
build, but ridiculously low in
price, because they have been
having hard times in the
United States and competition
has forced the manufacturers
to reduce the price of their
We heard the other day that
a certain mill on Puget Sound
loaded 123 vessels last year
and did not make a dollar.
This should have made lumber
cheap and houses should go
up here like they used to dur
ing the old boom days in Kan
sas. Other material for build
ing is cheap ai.U paints were
never so good and low priced,
as they have been since Hen
dry's Ready Mixed were put
on this market. We keep
nearly everything in the hard
ware line used lor Duilumg
and our prices are known to
be the lowest.
The locked fence is growing
more popular every day and
nothing pleases us better than
to hear from a man who is
wedded to the old stjle method
of fence building. With a
small piece of paper and a
lead pencil we will convince the
most skeptical in a very few
minutes that the locked fence
is not only the strongest but
the most economical in use.
We are inclined to point out
the road to wealth and have
succeeded in directing a good
many people to it by convinc
ing them of the superiority of
some ol our specialties.
The arrival of steamers from
China causes a demand for
bird cages and occasionally
some one comes along with a
desire for a parrot house. We
claim that our stock of cages
is the best in town, and the
cheapest. The parrot cages
are of various sizes, each hav
ing the wire floor so that when
you ch'an the cage Miss Polly
will have to remain indoors.
There's no reason why some
thing of this sort would not
be good for a Christinas gift.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
OpiOblte Hpmckvln' llluck,
807 KOUT STUMET.
H. Hackfeld & Co
Ate jiM in uci'ipl uf Inrvie importa
tions by their inni links "!' ul
lM-iilierg"inid"J C l'lluger,"
mid by u number of ves
sels from Aini'iicii.
Consisting of u huge mnl complete
Vienna mid Iron Gulden Furniture,
Smldleiy inul Uulleiy,
lion Bedsteads, Ktc, Klc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American & European
Oils unil Paints, I.uliiicuting Giease,
Caustic Kodu, Wish .Soda,
Filtei pies' Cloth, Twine,
Bi(,'s, Muikct Uiiskets,
Demijohns, Ki, Kti
T T ATT AT) 0 DTJIM) C
MINK HAL WAl'K.iS,
Rooting Slates, I'lielnii'ls,
Sheet Zinc, Slvei Lead,
PI. id .vml Cut i iigntiiil lion,
It. It Material-,
Stttl lt.nls, Ktc, Ktc.
SUGAR & RICE
Uolili'ii (ialc, Diamond, Hpei i y', Mel
chant iiml Klilnrailo
most Llheral Ti rtiia al the
Lnwet-t I'rtccb lv
K. Hackfeld & Co.
Anhuuser-Busch Brewing Co.
Wins the Prize at the
World's Fair with their
EAO-LE" Brand Beer.
Sl. Liium, Oft. '-"J. 1343.
Mpt-nitf. Mau wit. 1 mi a Co., L'n.,
Honolulu, 11. I.
Dent Sirs Wo littve miiitrfil voil 11 copy
of tin.- (Ilob'-Deinuual announcing the greut
Viotorv won liv tho AMieinhit-Ul'M 11 Ahoo
fiAiio". with'thfir "UAOLE" Brund of
(Sjuciitl lieijititcli tu (iliilie-Deniiiciut.J
Worn ii'h Kviii, (Inn it.o, li.i.., Oft. -11.
No aiurd hits fverheen iiiadt ho gratifying
to fct Louis jiLiijile and -o jiiNtly nifrited
as thu one given to-day by the Coluiiiliinn
jury of thu World's ralr, consisting of con
uni v-uiir and e heiuists of the highest rank,
to the Anhintser-UiiMfh llrew hit; Associa
tion, llj methods of iintivalled liusitinss
cnturiiri'-e, anil by using the heal inatutial
tiioilut'utl In Ainerlfii and Europe, exclud
ing corn and other adttlturants or surro
gates, the difleieut kinds of the Auheusor
Uiiiuh liter have become tho favorites with
the American peorle, anil have now con
quered the highest award in every particu
lar, which had to lie consiileieil by the
Columbian jury. The high character of
the awaul givun to-day by tho juror will
be belter iinderstooil when It is known that
the ilillerent lnei exhibited by tho An
htusei -lliisfh ltrevlng Assof iatlon had to
compete with hill dreds of the most excel
lent display it other breweiH. Tho fact
that tin oilier fonceru bun rcuicd so
man noli lh fur the varloiiH essential total
ities 'of k'"u beer conllrniK anew the lirm's
repnt lion u the lender of all American
beers, und Mr. Adolphus ilu-cb can feel
proud over this tesrtlt so jitsth inetiled.
luct)" The above Is a Fac-sliullle ol the
Label or the " EAGLE " Brand which look
9 In orilerlin; this HnT h sure tu
auk for the ' rUMl.i;' llniml.
Macfarlauo & Co., L'd,
BUi-lf Aifuti fur lttiHuiuiii liUimti,
T mouisjvu T
Ooi'ner Fort &
Toys oi Evei'y Description !
Holiday & Xmas Goods !
BEST ASSORTMENT OF DOLLS !
I Will Lead the Market in Low Prices !
1 AM OKKBKING A VKUY LAHOK STOCK OK
Kor Ladles, Uuntluiuuii and Cliildien at Low Prlcoa.
SJ'KClAL-At IV.-a tints line nf Linllfa' Kinliroitletl Silt Haudkucliiafi.
SI'KtUAL --At ."So. Genu' Japunet) bilk Hnmlkfrcliiefs.
Sl'KOlAL-At lL'f. 105 ilnzun Kunuy Silk Handkttrchlefi.
M V .rH.. Ilk., t'211'.. 1A llllll lttLft'
uttered in tfie tuaiket (Iiiiiui'iisu assortment to select from).
Extra Value In Hosiery for Ladles, Gentlemen and Children I
Fast Black Gent's Silk Hose at SIS Dosen I
Great Cut in Prices for 30 Days Only !
Over 1,000 Boy's and Children's Suits
Will liu olio red at Lower IMees than over before.
My $4 Smtu reducod to $3. My $5 Suits reduced to $3.76. My $6, $8.80
and $7.60 Suite (Knee Pants) reduced to $6.
In Boy's Knea Pants Good Values are Offered I
My SI Knee Pants reduced to 65c. My $2, $2.25 aud $2.50
Knee Pants reduced to $1.50
Boy's "Waists sit 65o.
In White aud l'aney Poronle with Hiifk ami Kront I'leated and Large
Boy's Waists at 25c. in Calico and Flanellette 1
Full Line of India Silk in all Grades at 50c. Yard
11) the "Anitraliu" due heie next Saturday I vxill r-teive a Largo Buck of
Kid Gloves, Dressed and Undressed!
New Novelties in Laces, Ribbons and Other Fancy Goods.
ALSO ANOTHER LAKOK INVOICE OF
Men's, Ladies' and Children's Shoes I -
ewr I IIsrVITEJ nSTSFEOTIOOST tea
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
WHEN SELECTING YOUR
Do not forget that we have
a Choice Line of Suil
ahle Goods, connist
ing in part of
The Finest Perfumes in All Sizes
FROM THE LEADING LABORATORIES.
Brush and Oomto Sets,
Klocia.lc.s, Bjtc, Eto.
HOLLISTER fc CO.,
esr3 Wovi. tvoet
H.O-VEIJO"' &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuauu Street, "Foster Blook."
LMK)RTK11S AND SOLE AGENTS
I Olt 'I UK 8ALK OT
C. Curpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
hum "I'nclr Sum" Wine CrUurt, A'uyu City.
Frotlerickibiiry Brewing Co.'s Export Layer Bear,
-Sun Jo.tr, Cut., ', ,V. ,i.
Dullemand & Co.'s Cream Pure Rye Whisky,
Aiufrli.il' Fluent 1'ioduction, Jlirh und Mrlluw,
Sprtiance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Wiibky,
Ifnioim und Iteliuldr.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
-'J'lir I'rlm-f u H 11 in iiu r Ihinkt.
tWf- 'I hese (Jooda are Guarantied J'lrni.ula. in every repici and
ul Ver) Keuoiml)le 1'rluos.
ule ut V en
Mutual TKLteiirm 308
Liutl' Hll11illfi.ri.liti.rM nr.. lltu k.ul uuIiia.
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