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FRIDAY, OCT. 5. 1894
TllURDAY, CVt. 4
S B Arawa, Stuart, from the Colon It", via
Friday, Oct. 5.
Strur Kaaln from Kulmku
Kriuat, Oo' 5.
S 8 Arawa, Stuart, for Vunaoaver, It 0, at
Btrar Klimu for Maul and Hawaii at 2 p m
to lot on
From Sj'dney ami FIJI, per 8 8 Arawa,
Oct 5 J Whitiaker, Mr llurrow.i. A lloll
iiuiik, Mrs Iloiruung, Ml-a Thome, J
For Vancouver, H (.', per 8 8 Arawa Oct
6-C'apt M Wolier, W II llalrd, W lllnli
dcll, If l'oulmann, MNs Mchetinan, Mine
Kor Maul ntul Hawaii per tttur Klnnti,
Oct 6 Volcano! U U WalUc-, F J Wood.
Dr Dennlon atul wile. Wnv inrt-i. Vv
A-.h'ont, Faul Neumann, rs I'fert'ttfr,
Mta Vft, V 0 Smith, A 0 M ltnlvri-oti,
Mr Jolin-on. VV I. VMk'iix. J W J mw.
Isaac Sherwood, Ir Wxknyaina, K Oko e,
Ci n g Kim, 0 W A Mi lor. I, J A Hp-ar,
I'dliner Woods, J llt-nttm, Mrs H H Hen
ton, C K ItlcliHri ron, 0 F Hormr, Uitt
(.'hung, MrHenrleaml wlf", 0 A Doyle, U
Mod ul vaiiil fiUitrck.
Shipping No ton
The birk H-i-p-r and the -1 masted
schooner Hubert be.irle linve Ix-cu chart
ervd at r-ydtie) to proceed to Newcastle
and load coal for this iori.
KING -In this city, Oct. A, IS'Jt, to the
wife of V. I). King, a son.
ELECTION OF D1LKOATXS.
LOCAL. AND GENERAL NEWS.
Win. Foster, attorney at law, has
removed to 42 Merchant struot.
Palmer Woods and Chas. Mauiro
roturnud to Hawaii by the Kuiati to
day. There were four as?uutfors by the
steamer Klnau this aftoruoou for
Remember Mrs. Thirds' loot tiro at
Theosophical hall this evening. Sou
The Japanese who was committed
for trial at Koua for murder and
later brought to Honolulu, was soot
over to Kobala for trial on the
stoamor Kiuati this afternoon. Four
important Jpaneso witnesses in the
case were also taken over.
The Honolulu public may expect
to see a good match between rival
teams, at cricket shortly, as the
Hyacinth's team apptars to bo Irout
on practice, and under the able inan
Kouinut of their popular team Cap
tain Forrester, Chief Quartermaster,
should make a hard lot to boat.
The R. M. S. S. Alameda arrived
at Sjduey, N. S. W.. ou Sopt. 17,
after a fast voyage, the time from
San Francisco including all stop
pages, being 21 days 18 hours, and
her actual steaming time, 22 days HJ
hours. Stormy weather was exper
ienced during a portion of the pas
sago. Attorney-General W. O. Smith,
Deputy Attoruey-tieuoral A. U. M.
Robertson, V. L. Wilcox, Hawaiian
interpreter; Chester A. Doyle, Japa
ueso Interpreter; J. W. Jouee, nteuo
graphur; C. W. Ash ford. Paul Neu
mauu aud V. V. Ashford, left by the
Kiuait this aftoruoou to attend Cir
cuit Court term at Kohala. Hawaii.
They will all laud at Mahukona.
DETEOTIVK IN TOWN.
Officer of tho Waiakea Mill Co.
are elsewhere announced.
Tho Thistle Club will moet at 7
instead of 7:30 this evening.
Richard Maynard, a private in Co.
E of the National Guards, has been
posted up as a deserter.
Mr. and Mrs. F. B. McStocker and
the Misses Afong did not leave by
the S. S. Arawa to-day, as intended.
Tho demurrer of C. A. Fogarty,
the hop beer matt, was sustained by
District Magistrate Perry this morn
lug. The H-alaril Boat Club will numl
In the Chamber of Commerce room
this oveuing, for business of import
ance. The government baud played the
S. S. Arawa off today. Thostearher
sailed for Vancouver shortly aftor
A now supply of genuine Bud
weiser beer, also of Schlitz's Milwau
kee beer, has been received by H.
Uackfold & Co.
Captain H. Woltors of tho wreck
ed bark Go. X. Wilcox left by the
S. S. Arawa to-day for Bremen, Ger
many, by way of Vancouver.
Mechanics. Homo, eoruer Hotnl
and Nuuntiu street Lodging by
tav. week or month. Terms: Vfc ntul
fj'l eeitt" vt 'iltfltt' ! .tit' 11. 'It, if
H. HackMd it Co. have the inter
esting announcement to make to the
trade that they have roroivi-d a
largo and varied assortment of dry
A. Ho (Tilting, lato Hawaiian Charge
d' Affaires in Louduu, aud Mrs.
Hoffuung, arrived by the S. S. Arawa,
and are registered at tho Hawaiian
Benson, Smith St Co., havo what
they claim to be the only perfect
tooth brush. Lubttra famous per
fumes aud soaps are kept by the
A drinking cup at n fountain on
Miller street supplied for the public,
from the Queen a Hospital has bi-ou
wrenched off the chain aud stolen
by some low-lived scoundrel.
Ex-cuslotns officer Lambert em
phatically contradicts tho statement
in the Atlvertiser that lie was (lis
missed on account of serious charges
brought agaiust him iu a petition
by business men.
The field day of the Amateur Ath
letic Club has been postponed to
Saturday week on account of bad
weather. The medals are ou view
and much admired iu Mr. Jacobson's
jewelry store window.
C. L. Hopkins, who was in turu
Marshal and Noble under tho mon
archy, has taken tho oath of fidelity
to the Republic. Satnl. C. Dwight,
formerly of the Honolulu Road
board, has taken the samo step.
He I Treated Ntcoly by Chief Do
J. P. Forlws, a detective belong
ing to Sydney, N. S. W., is a through
passenger on the S. S. Arawa. The
detective has a ticket to Vancouver
autl return to Sydney, with addi
tional acoommouation for a com
panion ou his return. Mr. Forbes
Is after au absconder by the name
of Ephardt, who passed through
here by the S. S. Warrlmoo, aud
who was arrested at Vancouver on
tho arrival of that stoamer. This
man is said to have got away with
1200, the property of a business
firm iu Sydney with which he was
conneeted. While tho Arawa was
iu port Mr. Forbes was piloted about
town aud shown the sights by De
Ladies who aro on tho lookout for
Christmas presents should call at
the Ceylon jeweler's store on Nuu
aim street, where they can buy the
best gems out from Ceylou at clear
ance sale prices, There are rubles,
sapphires, emeralds, pearls,catH' eyes,
etc. Also handmade laces, and
everything is beiug sold out regard
less of cost.
The complimentary concert to A.
U. S. Hnwes, British Commissioner,
by the Hawaiian National baud,
which was to havo taken place at
tho Hotel this evening, has boon
postponed until Monday evening.
A Chinamau named Ah Oi, au ox
detective, was soulouccd to two
months imprisoumout in tint Dis
trict Court yesterday afternoon for
vagrancy. C. W. Ashford, who ap
poarod for tho dofoiir-e, noted au ap
peal. G. R. Harrison, practical piano
aud organ maker aud tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
left at Hawaiian News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed! o I theaatne dune
Letters of denization with the
right to vote have beeu granted by
the Cabinet to Geo. Carson Keuyoit.
Mr. Keiiyou held similar letters uu
dor the monarchy, revoked with
others by the Const Itutiou of tie
Republic. Frank Godfrey has also
been granted letters of denization
with full privileges of citizenship.
The Canadian-Australian steam
ship Arawa arrived at 9 o'clock yes
terday oveuing, threo days bohiud
time. The Arawa loft Sydney, N. S.
W., one day late and met with rough
weather noarly all the way. She
brought six i).is;m:orri for Honolulu,
aud but little freight. The Arawa
loft again for Vaucouvur, U. C, at
The members of Oaliu Lodge, No.
1, Knights of Pythias, will have au
important meeting to-morrow even
ing at their hall ou Fort street.
Tho Amplified Form of the Ordor
will uo conterrou lor the lirst time
by said Lodge ou two candidates,
and the members of Mystic Lodge
No. 2 have been requested to par
ticipate iu the ceremonies. Aftor
routiuu business tho Knights pro
pose to give a little collation for tho
entertainment of visiting brethren.
Some miscreant stole a hack be
longing to the 21M) stand about 11
o'clock last night. Tho driver had
boou called down to the Mutual tele
phone oilice. Uu his way back he
saw his vehicle moving off. He
halloed but uo uotico was takon of
him. The theft was reported to the
police, out tho missing hack coulu
not be found. About 10 o'clock this
m irning tho outfit was found ou
Ueretania st root near tho ico works.
Tho horse was tied up close to a
telephone post, and had evidently
been standing there all night and
this morning. The driver of the
hack has suspicious as to who stolo
Every mother should know that
croup could bo prevented. The hrsl
symptom of true croup is hoarseness.
l his is followed by a peculiar
rough cough, If I'hnuiborlaiii's
Cough Remedy is given freely uh
suoti as the child becomes hoarse or
even ufter the cough has developed
it will prevent the attack. 2o and
Ml cent bottles for sale by all deal
tm- llux 1'hui open at the Otoe of I..J. w. uu.i.ii, nui w. v,u.( .iKon.r.
UveyT HW ut for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Namss of the Ken Who Will Nomi
na ts the Legislators.
Primaries were held last night by
the American Union Party clubs of
the different wards x Honolulu, to
elect delegates to a convention for
nominating candidates for the elec
tion on the 2.1th inst.
Club No. 1 met at Independence
hall, F. J. Lowrey presiding. It
was resolved at the outset that the
delegates must be in favor of annex
ation. Upon this understanding the
following delegates wore elected: J.
A. Kennedy, A. W. Keech.T. F. Lan
sing, D. L. Naone and Thomas
Clubs 2 and 4 met simultaneously
at tho American League's hall. (3.
L Cartor presided over No. 2, but
no secretary was elected. Delegates
wore elected without a contest as
follows: Georgo W. Smith, E.Faxon
Bisop, J. S. Martin and Petor Souza.
W. P. O'Brien presided over No.
I, with John EQlngor as secrotary.
T. B. Murray. W. P. O'Brien, E.
Towse, John Ftllnger aud T. Akau
were elected unanimously, J. J. Sul
livan reigning to save a ballot. Dan
Lyons. D. Logan and E. Towse, be
ing called for in turn, each made a
few remarks. As there are contra
dictory reports about town as to
what tho second spoakorsaid, a brief
synopsis of his remarks may Iks
given. He said that many who wore
first in tho revolution were now
hedging against annexation because
the) held that it would not bo good
for tho sugar iutlustry. It had Ix-en
understood by him before coming
to the country ten years ago that if
these islands ever failed iu inde
pendence tho United States had
prior rights hero over any other
rower. Those who had beeu leaders
in bringing about tho present status
of tho country ought to bo held to
their originally professed intention
of securing annexation. An inde
pendent republic here afforded only
a prospect of recurrent revolutions.
If tho Uuitod States did not follow
up its action in these islands, hoist
ing her flag over tho group, it was
safe to predict that the islands would
within fivo years be gono from her
and her heirs forevor. Better than
a republic run. solely on tho basis of
sugar plaulatlon dividends would
be a restoration of the old form of
government. It was ovon now
threatened to lutroduco a thousand
Chiueso laborers within a mouth or
two, aud if tho Governmont was go
Jug into that business it was work
ing directly agaiust its own cardinal
policy of anuoxation, as tho Asiatic
question was what stuck in tho
throats oi too i'aciuo Coast peoplo
on tho question of annexation.
Club No. 2) mot at the drill shed,
C. W.Day in tho chair. The unani
mous choico of dologatos was as
follows: J. H. Fisher, 0. W. Day,
Charles Crozier, Julius Asob, H. G.
Wootten and W. R. Sims.
Club No. D assombled at tho Re
formatory School, with J. L. Carter
in the chair aud B. Ordonstelu as
secretary. A lively time between
two factions was expoctod here,
which drew a number of visitors
from tho outside. Everything was
cut and dried by the bosses, how
ever, aud peace (lowed liko a river.
Tho meeting iudulged, though, iu
tho sport of au eloutiou. A collec
tion was taken up to pay expenses.
Tho Star had a bill agaiust the
club of $10.r0 for advertising tho
mooting. There was a debate on
tho lot tor of Instructions from tho
central committee. On motion of
J. A. Low, who managed the meet
ing, nobody was allowed to vote who
had not registered. Nahora Ulpa
acted as Hawaiian Interpreter. A
motion to conduct the ballot on the
Australian system was ruled out of
order, The Hawaiian Republican
Party sent in a communication
nominating Geo. Markham aud J.
Kellipio as dologatos, which was
laid on the table. Tim election re
sulted as follows, the first four
uatned being elected: J. Emmeluth
72, D. Keliipio 72, E. C. Winston 08,
D. P. Kaiena fill. W. H. Cummiugs
15, W. H. Wilkinson 8, L. J. Na
bora Hipa 2.
Mr. P. a. Kltule
Running Sores Oav Way
"C. I. Hood & Co., Lowell, Mass.!
Gentlemen-Thirteen rears ago I was In
Cour De Alene, now called Fort Sherman, Idaho.
While there I went In swimming one day and
caught cold, chilling the bone In my leg, causing
a fever sore on my limb. The sure continued
about three months, continually rotting my leg
until It rut up to my knee, when I had the limb
amputated. My leg was so rutten Hint alter the
limb was amputated tho . foot dropeil off.
From this state 1 got blood polsunlng and had
Thirteen Running tore
on my body. These sores conUnued from
three to four years, my blood being In a terrible
condition. After this I commenced .taking
flood's (tarsaparllta. 1 uied three bottles and
found It did me good, so I Kept on until 1 had
used ten buttles or more. My blood waa torn-
pletely cleansed. The lores stopped running
id have not troubled me auy now ror six years.
Mv sntvulllt) mil dliaitlon ire rood and
iwrifcur wen. a tine nir i-iir-j u uuvu puimw
parUla V. 8. Kixzik, Washington, VU
Hood's PHI sre purely vegetable and per
fectly harmless. Sold by all druggists. 2Jc
Hobron Drug Co., L'dM
Bole Agents for the Hcimbllo of Hawaii.
Caicn'atlons Lead to Correct Rosolts.
Where people mile n wi'lnke it in tnppot
iii(7 that gowl picture nte neeensnrilij epeif
We are telling ptetiiret every tint, fit tn grnee
any home, the prtcet of whieh uvnlit nttmilth
thote not nc'iunlnleil frith thetiet.
It ij not neeettary tn gel nfirtl proof etehing
or engrnrlng in onler to hare n irork of art.
The method of reprotinrtion mom in tnjut,
mnlei it pnulUe for people of motif rate mennt
at well at their uenlthirr neighlxir, to gratify
their tnttefor the beautiful.
Ureal range fur the illplay oftate, In the
selection oftulijeett, imffnnM by our keeping
picture! in sheet form anil moulding) from
which to elect the framei.
One need nrrer be at a ton to Lnoieuhal to
give at a prtient, at any time or for any pur
pote,for there it nnthlug better than a picture.
MW And KINO MH$. it the place to get
PACIFIC TRANurB CO.,
87 King Street.
USINESS Like Life
Is What You Make It!
We ore making it decidedly lively, by keeping
everlastingly at it, evolving the bargains that
make business. We have just made a . . .
Sweeping Reduction in Ladies' Waists!
We are determined to clear theni out.
Our 2.25 Waist will go for $1.25 and $1.50.
Our $3.50 Waist will go for $2.50.
Tlice arc well made and good llttlng; wo have at present fall line of sites.
Our Ladies' Ribbed Vests for 16cts. .
' for $1,00 are going very fat. If you want any you mast come soon.
The name wtth
Our 0ets. Silk, in Stripes and Solid Colors.
We have jnst a few length; left. Hare yon seen
Our Ladies' Chemise at 86cts?
Thl li exceptional value, trimmed with Ltnen I-sce and well made.
520 Fort Stroet,
ATTOKNEV AT LAW.
It'tn ved to VI Merchant Street.
: to let with or without
biid, on 11 act- Square.
Mntual Telephone -l.Vl
1IM I. ii
WAIAKEA. KILL CO.
A T THK
of the Wamkei Mill Co.
hi Id thl day, at tho otllcu of Thuo. II.
l)avl(!!i ,V Co.. (Ltd . at Honolulu, the fill
IiiwIiik Olllcera wore elected to serve for the
ensuing ear, vU :
Thco II. Da vies.. ,
TIiim. K. Walker.
V M. Hwauty . , .
K. W. Holdsworth
T. K. Keyworth
. . Sfcretury,
I. J. I.RVBV,
W. II. IMM.liY,
DAILEK'S STOCK COMPANY.
Saturday, Oct. 6th:
E. W. UOMISWOKTII,
Honolulu, Sept. 9!l, lil. ll&l-3t
JUST TO HAND
A NEW BllPri.Y Of THE
Genuine Bodweiser Beer
imiwsii uv Tin:
AnhouBor-Busoh Browing Ab
Hooiation AND OK
Aim MILWAUKEE BEER.
Bolu Agenta for the Hawallau
Tufuday, Sept. 11, 1801,.
We begin thin week with
New Goods, New Dr hb
Goods of every deHuription,
Luwiih, MunHuh, etc., etc.
Thee.e new gooda ae trade
winners as you will agree
when you examine them.
Some of the best bargains of
the Benson are in these new
Do thi'V not suggest
A Nuw Dress?
New Black Dress Goods,
New Colored Dress Goods,
New Cotton Dress Goods,
It is a good tiuio to look at
the countless variety of
Household Goods diHplayed
on our counters, such as
New Table Linens,
New Cotton Draperies.
You remember that last
week we advertised the re
opening of our Millinery De
partment. Well, the com
plete line of new stock that
wo told you about has arrived
liibbons, Laces, Large Fea
therslips and Whatnot in pro
fusion and under the manage
ment of a competent milliner
who is able to satisfy the most
J. .T. EG AN.
Cat Rates ii Baggage I
HaKKaite Checked from Hotels and Kenl
dences direct to destination.
Trunks delivered tnall mrls of the city
or on Itoard steamurn fur
25 CENTS EACH.
All other frel(ht In avo-daure.
He sure and rlnjc ux up-
Bell 203-TLEPH0NEMat. 662
Pioneer Furniture House
New Goods ! Latest Designs 1 Largest Slock 1
801.11) OAK llKlHtOOM BETS,
bOKAB, IX3UNUKH, WAKDKOHKB,
MIKKOU8, MOUI.D1NUB, KTO
Special Feature No. 1 White Seamless Matting
I'er Itoll of 40 Yards, 1 2.00.
Ex " HVdCoxio'wa.i.
KOK SAI.K AT THK
JOHN T. BR.O-WN,
Dealer In Hawaiian nnd Korvlcn t'oslage
Btamti. 1. O. llox 411, Honolulu.
Highest prices kIvcii for Unused and t'sed
Hawaiian Stamps In exchange fur other
countries from llrst-clain apprnral sheets
Sheets forwarded to any part of t he Islands
on application with town reference.
J T. 11 Iiopen to meet any collector hy
And a Fine Quality for $9 per Roll.
Headquarters for Baby Carriages I
Pianos for Rent t Chairs for Rent 1
Bell 179. TELEPHONES Mntnal 76.
VTOl'IOK IB HKItKHY UIVI.N THAT
ll all claims against the rit.rIon Sa
loon will hn ectilfd hy Mr Jim. K, Mor
San, and all outstanding amiunt-. due the
rlterlon Baloou and tint jolihlni limine of
I. II. Dee up to the ulxivt' dat nre ptyahle
to Mr. 1,. H. Deo. All hills uv'inxt L H.
Dee please present Immedlutidy fur p-iy
meni, U if. DK1.
Honolulu, Oct. .1, IH'X. 1 IW lm
rpVO ItOOM COTTAOK
L at CuiiIk'h Nuiserv,
.'iinntihowi Htreet, with
Kitchen. DliiliiK-room aud
Kathrooui. hent $10 tur month
AfUIIOOM COTTAOK ON
Young street, mar
i.r.t in j. i.r. i.i ,
Successors to 0. K. Williams.
AND 611 KING STREET.
Temple of FashioD
Ol JTort Straat
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Large AiMrtant ol UdJaa' Ohlldni't IkOM.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Large linn of Woolons at 2Tkj. Flannulnttna, 10 yards for f Ml)
Brown and Whlto Coltoui, from 8 to 20 jardn, 1.00 pur piece.
AtnoakttaK OiuKlianni, 12 yard, for $1.00. Gents' aud Ladles' BathlnK Muiu
Mlka, Matins, Serges, Lawns and uwn Uootla of every description.
&. Q. SIT-iV-eV, Proprietor.
Knoni for single gen
tleman situated ou Here-
tan I a street, l& nilnill-'H'
walk from i'ost Olllce
A Strong Horse
IS THE RESULT OF U.1INO
A PRKSII SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
Just Arrived per "H. (I, Wilder."
OALI. AND SI.K US.
CALIFORNIA FEED GO.
(Jornsr yueen A Nuuaiiu Uu.
Horn Tki.kimionkb 121.
Ar WAIK.IK1 ONTHA
quarters for oue or two bin
ule Oentlemen: board ot-
tlonal; bathing facllltleK Kood
riMIK I'ltKMISEH ON
X Uchool and Km ma
streets, lately in thn cicou
nation of Mr. Ut-o. W.
Hnilth, and known as "Kalmiiuua " fr'or
further particulars apply at the oftlcv of
113'Jtf ukuii. tiJiuwa.
IT IS NEOl-JSSAKY
that milk for babieH, in
vulida or Hick people whotild
be pure ; it is just us impor
tant to have the hest quality
for well people. The Pur
veyor of tho Queen's Honpi
tal takcH a portion of the daily
Hiipply and places it on ic
until it reachetH a temperature
of 00 and then testa it for
adulteration. The Waialak
Daiiiv, of which Paul Ison-
berg is proprietor, supplies
the milk to the hospital, and
Mr. Eckardt pronounces it
absolutely pure. If you have
any suspicion us to the qua
lity you now use suppose you
try the YVaialae milk for a
mouth and note the differ
ence. Mr. Ihenborg makes
no butter, consequently you
get tho milk on which eream
will rise in an hour or two.
Orders by telephone, either
line, promptly filled.
Firewood free from borer
holes at lowest pi ice delivered
to any part of Honolulu.
ROOMS AND BOARD.
J. HoiiBu. Itooms with
or without h aril ; rlncst of
French luniilv I'liokiuu,
also Stable hoom for homes.
Ueretania street, next door to Dr. Amler-
FOU RENT OK LEASE
L I'lemises In Niiiisini
Valley known as the Old
loe Workk." (Iroundsciiu-
tain lil anres House Is rixmiy ami in
KcxkI lepair Applications will uertceive.i
lor House aud ttroiinds separately or a a
wtiole. Apply at Hank of ttlail.Upieekels
A Co. llM-lw
Daily liullrtln M ventt per month,
Tliis Evening !
Theosophical Lecture I
A hei'tuie will lie ulveu by
AIKH, M. M, lllllilin
On PlilDAY EVENING, Oct. nth,
At the Theosniihli'itl Hull, corner nf
Nuiinuu nuil Murine slieets, Iu
the "1 osier lllock."
Doors will ohu ut 7 o'rlnck, li'lure In
miiiimeiii'u prniuptly at o'clock Ail am
tiuhject nl the leclure will he
"What Follows Aftor Douth."
between China and Japan
will cause prices for their
silk fttbricsto go higher ; no
country can fight and weave
silk at the sume time. The
price bus already advanced
aud the papers state that
the war ii likely to be "on"
for two or three years. It
behooves the careful huyer
to purchase now Wc had
an immense stock of Japa
nese Gwi.ds ordered before
war wus declared, conse
quently we can continue to
sell at the old price-t as long
as our present stock ho'da
out, ami then the War will
force prices up. Our last
consignment cmc-ists of Silk
Dress (roods, both figured
and plain ; Morn'ng Gowns
for Lidies and G. nte., Mlk
Kimonos, Smoking Jacket-,
S'uk Pajamas, Japanese
ami China Ware, Screens,
LampShadtH, Lunch Bas
kets, etc., tie.
Hotel Hi (Arlington III.H'k),
Mas J 1', I t'oi.iAi'o, Proprietress.
If your luhicriptlau htt expired now
it a good finte o renrw it.
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