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Pltdlted to wither Sect nor Party , ,
Hut tittnbliihnt for the Benefit of All,
WEDNESDAY, JAN. Ml. 181U
Lottur From Mr. Davies.
Editoii Bulletin: -
Sir, No mm can road, without n
liuiklor, tlio vvoril.s which tlio Qneon
is rt'purti'il to havo spokon to tlm
Ministor of thu United States.
It is a terribly thin", to hat sin-li
words snolu'ii by any one, or of any
one, whom wo havo known iti tho
eirolo of friendship. Hut it is an
equally terrible thing, lo know that
there is not a civilized count r. in
the world, except England anil the
United States, where the leader of
whom tlio Colleen spoke, would not
to-day bo sentenced lo death, with
out hope of reprieve.
The fact, is that we have Ix'en
playing with crime, and goipiug
about murder, until the moral otand
ard ot Honolulu lias fallen far below
the. requirements ot civilization.
Whether it be. more outrageous lo
threaten (hat the Queen shall not
live on the throne, or that the lead
ers of the annexation movement shall
not live with the Queen on thethroiie,
(do not know; but both threats. eem
to hate been definitely inade.nnd both
aro little to the credit of those who
made them. It is certain that the
spectators, who have most admired
luo heroic patience and dignity with
which the Queen has borne the cow
ardly brutality of the pal year, will
most regret, that in the moment of
trial, she failed to grap the great
uess of her opportunity.
Mr. Willi asketl the Queen if he
ronli'iiil (In, ail,.iiniit i if the words
she u'od, and we maC well ask our-1 ' ln"!''1
selves if we realize the solemnity of " m"(
adopted it to adopt another. There
can bo notfreedom. and no security
for law and order for this gouora- I Itnportant t
tion, uiiloss wo seek it in the solidity ' chBnlcs
01 const uiHioiiai amuurii).
I am, sir,
Your obedient servant,
Tiiko. H. DaVILS.
Crnigsido. Jan. 31, lS'.ll.
Ducislon to Buildors,
and Material Men.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'ti ' W H Y LDCOL
Shutting Him Off.
"Well," said the man with the bat-
A unanimous decision of the Su-1
uremo Court, by Chief .1 native diiUtt.
has been rendered in the case of
Samuel C. Mien, doing business ns
Allen & Kobiuson. vs. O. W. Lincoln
mill W. ('. I'eaei A:. In this action
plaintiff claims in assumpsit of the
defendant, Lincoln, .?llii:i:tS for wa
tered derby to the man who sat i tl,r:ntu furnished and tnoiiev advanc-
to him in a West-avenuo car j .i , i.;... i.. th.. erection of a dwel-
last night, "1 see that the silver bill
'Lp or down!" inquired the man
who sat next to him
"L'ti or down!
ing house and outbuildings for tho
lefendaii' W. C. Peacock, at NVni-
klki, and against lVtooek to enforce
i ..rifil niniia li.oi ni.itll his smil
neither; i jlonM, notlco of which had been filed
mst passed, you know. I'asseu tue , a,,..orttini t the statute,
Senate." At the trial of the cise, which was
"Made the .Senate take his dust. , j..rv .....j.,,,1 Ihe Court found that
1 the deliverv of the materials was nil
I mittud, and that it was suflicieutly
I proved that such materials were fttr
I nished by plaint in" to defendant
i Lincoln nl his reiitlest. mid that they
' were used in the const ruction of tlio
IS THE BEST
"Made the Senate take whose
"Whv, Silver Hill's."
"No." no; this wasn't the trottiu'
race. The silver bill passed the
Senate, you know."
"Anvbodv hurt i
Saturday, Jan. 27, 189,.
The introduction by ns of a
full line of the Standard Man
ufacturing Co.'s enamel goods
was a business stroke that
tends to debilitate the nerves
of the ordinary Honolulu busi
ness man and paralyze his mus-
calaria, while to us it is a mere
nothing; the vjoods are so well
known in the United States
and are in such tretieral use ' isi-sit tin-m-tioii nt acni. mui nikuiics
J . ... I Ik tttT tli.'in mil otlii.ro 1.
('lows freely fnini tin- lir'lili without run-
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Oortior Fort Ac Hotol Streets,
I Pries jifffeotly miIIiI Inside of twenty j
; forms h durable slid ulntiu, not a brlt
i lie eoalliii,'.
I ltetnlii Its gin longer tlmn nn other
dwelling houe of the defendaut
! I'eacock. There was introduced in
. IIJ illl"? IIIIH' III!, lllltll ..'
! battered derby didn't know what to
say. Ho staretl at tue man wuo sat
next to him In amazement. .Then
he straightened up and tried it
again. "Of course, nobody was hurt.
How could they Iwl"
"Wasn't running on the same
"On the same track! Do you
think this was a bloomin' cattle
train lroiu' bv a fast mail or some-
thin'? The siher bill -that bill
about repealin' the purchase clause
in the Sherman law passed the
Senate of the United States. Now
do vou understand?"
"Didn't the Senate want it to get
"Why. certainly, most of it did, or
it wouldn't have passed It, would it?"
"I doiiuo. Thur ink-lit have built
a fence across the walk or locked
' the door, or somelhiu'."
i The man with the haltered derby
Insped and unclasped his hands
slv ana miction away iroiu
.... .. I... ... .... In l.tl.t Ctl
the ineasute. we u.e.1. , ,m, finay, "didn't you ever
f we dare face facts, what a '.l,,',i; I hear f the Senate of the United
cnl condition we are in to da) . au.l , s : v , ,,,.,. ft k,m, ,
the cause is aliniM in a iiutMiidl. , , t ilV n 10,.c.nr itl() or
VII Hie I llll 1)1 ililllllill UK' "l"Vll
vlolatoil her Constitutional oath, and
thereby absolved ever.v one who held
by the" Constitution, from personal
allegiance to her.
There were three possible courses:
I onsiiliiti.ninlitv. trea-on, treachery.
The CoiiMitut'iiiiinl cour.-e would
have been, to declare the Queu ills
iju.'dilied. b.v rea-on uf her nltiiek on
the Constitution; and I siippo.-e dial
the power which installed Mr. Dole
as 1'resident of the Provisional Gov
ernment, could, at that time, have in- (
stalled him a- head of a Council of ,
Ihe next posib.e coiir-e win the .origin of tin
ireasunaoiemie.nl viiu.imuk hhiiu
flitutiou, by up-ettiiig the uiouarchy
iu favor of a republic, or of some other
form of independent government.
'Litis. a much more prccrarioiis
Ily this tune the mail with the Mvj,icneo a bond given by Lincoln to
there that with our handling
We Will briny them SO nromi- , nine nml siirrmU well.
nently bt.fore the people here i . with tin-n.i.iitiim of MtimrKe, -iii i
. '. , .' r hnnl siirfni'tf, ultnlile for lloiirs, steps, etc
linn in a iiuri nine iiu unu
1 BEG TO IXFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF JANUARY.
Mixes rcnillly with pigment ground In
piatiK mail, or a cement stuewaiK.
ou must be tired.'
"1 suppose I am," said the other
man, "but did you ever slop to think
that that bray of yours might make
people who want to think a bit
The mini with the battered derby
caught the connection and was so
eflcctually silenced that he made
signs to tin conductor when he
wanted to get oil'. -IIiijIUIo Expnn.
Origin of the Stoivtn Whittle.
A curious storv is told as to the
whistle. When railroads were first
built in England the engineers wore
provided with tin horns with which
to give warning of their approach.
lav in INK) a lariuer wit li
One tlitv ill IX. LI n farmer Willi a
course tlmn the other, because, un- uauou foad of cuita and butter was
Us the electorate could be counted I cro-Miig the track near Leicester
upon to -uppori tue movement, ii when the train came along. Ihe
iniisi be a practical failure. Tirii-on. i in hum was called into requisition
howeter, in genlleiuaiilv crone, and
sometimes it is even a creditable
The third cotni wa treacher.v or
betrayal of the soi reignty without
the itationS consent; and treachery
has never auv thing to recommend
it, either in manners or morals. 1'hu
vory word "tieacherv," like the
word "beln'inliiig," ha" a repulsive
sound. L'lifortunatelv. there vveie a
few - probably not owr half ado.mi
- advocates of this course, ami they
carried the otlioit iiliudly with
Thoie is a worldly morality, which
sajs that "htiecess jiistilies treason."
I uevei heard it -aid that sticces
justifies treachery, but in this case
thu im-iMou to iislnuKloii had not
even tin-iiicstioiiable merit of sue
ces. No man. Christian or pagan,
bus yet given any t canon that a
eiatuMiiau could listen to, for that
expedition ofenviis and failure in
suuh an exploit i- fatal to the repu
tation of any couiiuuiiitv. We may
like it, or we in 113 di-hlie it, but the
fuct which can m longer be con
cealeil is. that we rejected const itu
liuiiahty, ami wu pa-eetl by simple
treason, and we took our stand upon
treachery as our political basis, All
thu world, knows it, although part
of the world vaiulv tries to conceal
it, mid there is now noway of encapc, 1
except backwards j
It is said that the Provisional ,
Government will now try to hold 011
to something, until three years j
hence, when they will make another 1
attempt at annexation, lint what
have they to hold 011 to? They have 1
destroyed the Constitution, they j
have unUk'onizwl tho na ivc, they '
relations abroad, I
in vain, and presently horse ami
wagon, eggs and butler were mixed
into a huge omelet 011 the rails. The
tail mad couipau had to pay the
One of the ditectors. Ashlcti
liagster bv name, wont to Alton
(JraiiL'e, where George Stephenson
lived. "What shall we do about
this?" he exclaimed. "We can't havo
ticli dreadful things as this happen
ing on our railway, you know."
fitepheusou was iiicliuud to take the
matter with the tiue north country
philo.-ophy, but thu director was
aroused. "Now, upon iny word,"
said .vshlen liagster, "why can't you
make your steam make a noise some
how that will warn these peoole?"
"That's an idee, 111011, said
Stephenson. "Uless your soul, I'll
try it." Ho went to a maker of
musical instruments and got him to
contrive 1111 apparatus which, when
blown by steam, would make a horri
ble screech. Thin was attached to
the boiler of the engine, and the
llrst locomotive whistle was in full
operation. -Itonlun Trumn'ript.
Prevention Is Batter
Thau cure, and those who are sub
ject to rheumatism can prevent at
tacks by keeping the blood pure and
free from the acid which causes the
disease. Vou can rely uiion Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a remedy for rheu
matism and catarrh, also for every
form of scrofula, salt rheum, boils
ami other diseases caused by impure
blood. It tones and vitalizes the
i whole system.
him of which plaintiff was surety, a
condition of which was that the
principal Lincoln "shall deliver the
said work to tho said W. C. I'eacock
free from all liens and claims, with
out further cost, expense or charge '
to the said W. C. I'eacock than is
agreed or provided for iu said agree
ment, and shall protect said proper
ty and its owner from all liens and
claims for the space of ninety days
after the completion of the con
struction of said buildings."
It was claimed bv defendant Pea
cock that plaintili had waived his
right to a lieu upon the property
because ho was surety 011 tholioud
conditioned to deliver the house
free of all liens ami claims, and he
moved for judgment.
The plnintiir claimed that ho was
entitled to his judgment and that
the defense of estoppel or vyaiver
could nut lie set up 111 an action at
law, but that Peacock must seek his
remedy on the bond.
The Court below held that tho
plea of tin defense was well taken,
that Mr. Allen could not establish a
lieu vvhete he had covenanted to
save the property from such a lia
bility. It therefore ordered judg
ment to be entered In Mr. Peacocks
favor, declaring thu notice of lieu
filed against Ids property to bo of
no effect. Plaintili excepted lo this
The Supreme Court now sustains
the exception and over-rules the
motion for judgment for the defend
ant, and the case is scut back to tho
Circuit Court, First Circuit, for
further proceedings. Following is
the syllabus of the decision:
"1j. contracted to iniiiti a dwelling
house for P. and gave a bond
to deliver the building free of liens
and claims. A. was surety on Ihe
bond ami delivered materials to L..
for ti'e on the building.
"Held: A. is not estopped In as
sert his material man's lien by rea
son of being surety on the bond."
F. M. Hatch for plalntiir; W. A.
Kinney for Peacock; J. A. Magooti
for Lincoln's assignee.
The Uauuiiig estate matter has
been before . lodge Conner since yes
terday morning. A full report, in
cluding the declaration, answer and
evidence, will appear in succeeding
issues of the Uili.ctin.
t.. 1 II 1 mi.s.xt-' iiouiii nun
will leel that they can rest well eh in pun- form.
without first havintr had a bath iiijiws nut tiieresi.!
in a Standard Manufacturing
Co.'s enamel tub. We ex
pect also, to make the ena
mel laundry tubs so popular
that the annoyance of
clothes at the hands of the i
Chinese washman will be en-' i!"ni'vs ni.-tiiini is pinmem thou
illl tillllT 4HI.
i'iiii he mlile.1 to lln-etsl oil mid It will
liU'tvs of Ihe color
nud keep llieui tliinllered.
Is a solvent for the iuot dellcnte of the
new eon I tar colors.
Added to vimil-li urvntl) Improves the
working of Ihe varnldi.
Iih' not d.irkeii white Itnd or utiv iMI-
OSt ' cnte colors.
Iln greater body tlmn nny other oil.
m BIG INDUCEMENTS
tirely obviated. While these
enamel coods are an tnnova-1 greatly improve the linseed
tion here they have been used 'n bif.nii ith turpentine.
in the United States for a niun- j n,!!-.,',"' u'sX"' l,a ","la,,,, ,lu-''"
ber of years and have always , "n,,, ,. lt. ,H. , ,.v.f ,,.
given satisfaction; in every 1 ntnemriii.
hotel or private residence the j Direotion for Use.
tir(.iuiv:i:i9 niv-iui.it; 111 niun ajv- 1
cificattons the goods by these
manufacturers and it will soon
be the custom here.
We have had a letter from
a prominent ranch man on one
of the other islands to the
effect that the
the strongest he has ever seen
and asks for an estimate on
material enough to construct
ten miles of it. Vou will un
derstand by this that the locked
fence is growing in popularity
every day and that our pro
phecy that the entire group
will ultimately be surrounded
by it is sure to be fulfilled.
'I here is no reason why it
should not be. Every man
who builds anything, no mat
ter what, uets what is the 1 nue curdled
cheapest provided it is. at the 'n'u '"'';'' '"" 1 1" 4 ' l-
1 . ... cot. to vtiruislien dues not reduce their
same time, superior to another j , lK. Illir ,,.,, .,. llUl,.lllnK -(
article of the Same description, dryhn. mnl it pr..vcntr their cracking.
In the case of the locked fence 1
W'cLtroi. iu every respect in the j
nunc niiiuiiet a you would linseed
oil, with the "inede exception that you
may ;uhl fully onc-ipiurter more br
oil, lo the same iptiiuiity of piinrui
ill, in Voll would ( Indeed.
Iu doing un t.dlic. Vein ti.in red, Ihe
ochies, and otlnr diy piutucuis, it i-
locked fence is advisable to mix up the paint lit Irad
one n. iv iicinro 11 is 10 III' IIMI1. MICH
mill 'i thitd mote Lta'oi. ami the p.iiiit
wtl he found lo cover well Mud have
a pied li"s
NKVKH PSK JAPANS.
Whcic hard surface ueh lloors,
steps, etc., are rcipiircd list- lit liLirge
only, ucvir lire .l.ipuiis.
I.PCOL MINKS WITH VMI
NMIKS ami m"Ut Iheir working ami im
proves their iippeaiunce inn riiKV
MIDI Ml UK t'HKll S.vMK ll.VV rill.Y Villi
mixkii, ntliciwisu the gum of thu var-
111 -1 1 uiiiy In- prccipiliited 01 the mix-
"Will be offered lo the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASHION."
1 AM OFFEMNO NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only.
Boys' Cambric and Flanette Waists
Elegant Assortment of Colors at 20 Cents Eaeh.
Just Heeeived by last "Australia" a Lurgo Stock of
To bo sold for on'e wi:i:k only at 10e., lUe., 14e. and 16Jc.
pr vara, (.toouh worth Mnu. a yard.
. . a e o pieces . ,
Iu lO-ynt'd Icngtlis, redtieed froiu SI. 00 to 75 eenU,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Hoaololo, EL I.
iti 1 11
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
By Luwls J. Lnvuy.
TO-MOKK( 1'Vli. 1st,
VT IU O'l'liCK, A. II.,
nre easy nud Knlle
hu 110 frieiiillv
and they have not even tho ability
to defend thu envoys of foreign If there n as a iiuiu who could piny
poivurn, whom elsewhere it is a unit- ' enrds after the uuiiiuu faahion pur
tor of keenest honor to protect, from , sued liy thu "lumthuii Chinue, ' it
tho ribald scurrility of their own was Louis XV. of Franco. Un one
orf,'Mib. j occaHiou ho whs playing with a court
A Provisional Government uhich favorite, and, 011 tlio hands Ixmij;
has IhrcH years to run, with mily ! dealt, remarked that he, had four
a hope of annexation at the end lung's. Ah the courtier himself had
of it, is not likely to make many
frioiidh, especially as, at the end of
throo yearn, they will have to answer
those, unpleasant ipiestioii.s about
tho consent of the uativei, which
they managed to avoid nn-vvering
correctly, ot the lirst attack
Tho position to-ilay is, that thu
Constitutional fulcrum hm been lost,
and that the l'rov isiin al (Joveruiueut
havo only a lover 111 their hands. If
thoy cannot regain their fulcrum,
they will have to 11-.0 their lever as a
crowbar, and three years of govern
muiit by crowbar is not a fasciuat
ing prospect, oven for th governors,
'litis kind of life ib paradise (or
aiiiioxatiouist mmspapoi, but gov
ernment by mass uieliug is inti veiy
much for bu.sines men of any sort
lo look forward to. Had wo not
bettor try to bring tho lever and the
fulcrum together again! They can
work together, and they cannot
Thorn can Im no stability that does
not grow out of tho nation itself.
Tho Constitution of IbS" was ac
cented by thu nation, and the only
talo pi ft 11 is to got hold of that Con
U.ullou, or to Mt the nation thnt
one icing, 11 was oDvioiiH tiiat me
king's a.-sortiou was not strictly
torncious. Hut it's an uimleafcaut
thing to tell a monarch hoschuat
ing, so the courtier fell back on his
own unbounded resources. "And I
havo live kuavon, your highness," he
reulied. "That is impossible." ex-
claiuipd the king, astonished "Not '
at nil, your majesty," saul the cour
tier, bolemuly. "I was following
your exainple'and counting myself."
I will -oil ill I'ulilli' Atiulliin. at 111
r.HiiiM, for ni-c.iiint of u'Ikjii
H., Id dlimond; B.
20 Nests Trunks & Valises
JlniiiQKeil en voyupf of liiiortnlliMi, ei
Imrk -Miirtlm I'uvN," from '
Ynrk lo Honolulu
Terms Cub in U. S. Gold Coin.
Le-wis J. Levey,
Household -:- Furniture
On FRIDAY, lVli. 2d,
AT in il'fl.lM K A. M..
A.T 7&Y SALiBSROOM
I will hi'll ut I'ulillt' Auction fur n UIU
nf uliimi it m.iy ciiiii'erii
1 Elegant Parlor Set
UiiolMtrt'il In rt'lk unit Kliuiiy Kriuiuif.
I Kii-t liiilinn Mnrlili'tui I'arvnl Ceutvr
I'iiIiIu 1 KlmiiiM'il nliliiKt, I Hpluiiillil Hull
HlHtnl, ( 1'iiMil I11I1I nii'l Mlrrnri, 1 fiitlii-r
I.ouiih, Wiukiir H t, .!i he I'd culuin Pile
tier .-ft 11 vunnj of
FINi; Ui.. WAIIK,
Large Oil Painting & Bngraviog,
leal lirst, l'l.ino I.nui . TitrkUh Rug.
I.Hiiilirtiiiun nml I'liitlnros, I.tico I'nr
laius, .VI urine I'luck, lieilnU'iiiln, Mns-
l 1 M A I 1 j It. ' ICE CREAM FREEZER,
Veruii'lu t I111 ir- 'I utile I'liBlr. Ktc,
the builder gets for less money
a fence superior in every res
pect to nny other method of
building. In this country where
wood is utmost as scarce as
gold pieces the locked fence is
The dinner table of to-day
depends as much for admira
tion upon the character of the
china and glassvvate as upon
the edibles. We have con
vinced nearly every one on the
islands that I Iaviland China is
art itself in the matter of table
decorations, and our method
of selling it makes it as cheap
as ordinary white china,
livery one knows, in buy
ing a conventional set of deco
rated china, that when one
t t . .1
i piece is oroxen it cannot ne
replaced except at a very
heavy expense in having the
broken piece replaced by one
decorated especially for you
to match the set. In I Iaviland
China, when bought from us,
if a piece is broken iu any way
you can get a duplicate at any
time at the same rate you paid
for a doen pieces. We always
have duplicates in stock, a
convenience not only in cases
where pieces are broken but
for persons who do not wish
to buy a full set at one time.
You may buy a single cup and
saucer and let it be the foun
dation for a set of two hundred
pieces. These are among the
advantages offered purchasers
ri l-Io m 11 twl t ttrr ! furl ln fi
Ul i til V 114 I III UV.I.UI tllUU UIIIMUt 1
Another article in demand for '
table use and decoration is
cut glass We have a very '
careful selected assortment of
this ware which we are offer-',
ing at rather low prices con
sidering the quality.
We have all sorts ol stones
for sharpening cutting tools
from the coarse Lrriiulsrune '
mounted in a frame to the j
Frank Walcot emery file, but I SI ( A Iv & i I ( MC
we have never seen anything '
that gives such general satis
faction as the latter. With it
An- jiM iu receipt uf l.iri importa
tions by thi-ii iiuii h.irks "I ul
lM'uuein".inil'I.U riluuer "
.iml liy it number of vc
di from 111e1ic.1.
I'uu-lrlliit; of it Lirc mid I'niiiplile
Vienna 11 tid Iron (iitiilou Furniture,
Saddlery and Cutlery,
Iron hVilstcuils, Ktc,, Ktc.
Bechstein & Seiler Pianos
American & European
OiUiiml l'miits, Lubricating (Stciuu,
CiiUbiic jmhI.i, Wash SihIu,
FiliniUii- t'lolli, Twine,
Ilia's, Mitikct llai-kcts.
Demijohns, Ktc , Ktc.
Itoeliu Sl.itl'S, Firclilicks,
Sheet Zinc, SI t l.e.ul,
I'liiin and I'nrruiMleil Iron,
U It Miiteriuk
Steel Kails, Ktc , Etc.
uk riiK T.u".mtAii:i
CoMtancia & 1 Cometa Brands
. . . Jl'ST T) IIAN'I I'.X "IMTY OK I'KKIMl" . . .
i!H 'J'hfSe Cigars are diieet from the fuetory and
should not he eonloiindod with the eheap imitations which
tire so trcquentiy ottered as the
TlilAL of these Ci-ars will
"Best Manilaa." ONE
eonvince you of their
HOLLISTER & CO.,
GPP.3 K'ort. Rt.ret, - HonoVulvi, H. T.
Beautiful Articles in Antique Oak
CHAIRS, Etc, Etc
Splendid. Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture !
hlnj;li' I'Iito unil feulH,
C.'DHNICK I'OLliS IN WOOD OH UKASS MOUNTINGS.
I lie iiriiiul i lenrmicv rinlr, to rmlri
this siorii from hiKUiHii, III tnkfl pl'
Thursday, Feb. 1st,
mIiPIi li ilollnr Mill iiiiclnr nmrt. hi
vulilr tlmn over twhirn.
IW i u-.iiini'r nre boiiml to imvr
Pkk xnixlt llit'kv lliniit. ("un HLi.
1 McNealB & UrbaU Safe, ' y11 c Parpen anything from
.' bi;i tiisiii.i. ifAiiM.ss. a scythe to a lady s pen knile.
1 FAMILY CARRIAGE and we bell them for lifty cents
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Latest Iwprovtineiils lu Wire Mattresses, Lnungu & Sofa Beds, Divan Louuges aud Su(m,
Gieii Variety ol Baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles and High Cbalrs.
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MRS. 0. C. B0ABDMAN,
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