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EVENING BULLETIN, MAKOII 8, 1807.
Lf W .
HEWS OF WHARF AND WAVE
AHr.lllCA.N II UK AMY TlltMIH
FHO.tl !fEW TOItK.
Vrl Oiitnnrtt and litwurtl HaiiiiiI
ii Sniidny- No in p Jfol- Irnm
the -lty I'roiit.
Tlio bnrk S G Alleu is about
loaded. Sho will likely snil on
AVeduesdny for San Franoisco.
Tho S 8 Peru wis sighted to
the southward at twenty-five
nunutCB to two this altoruoon.
Tho ship E 13 Sutton has limit
ed over to boronsou s wuart;
whoro sho will throw out her
Tho Iwolaui will sail tomorrow
nt 10 n in, tho Miknlmln nt l p m,
mid the Clnudiuo nnd AY G Hall
nt 5 p in.
Tomorrow, high tide largo 8:2-1
) m; high tide small 0:50 n in; low
hue lnrgo 0:10 p m; low tuio small
The schooner ltobert Lowers
hns begun loiulinn sugar for San
Fnmcibco. Tho Lowers has been
waiting for her turn to load for
quite tv while.
Sugar nnd other produce of the
l'mndiso of the Pacific is being
loaded in tho O S S Australia.
The pet liner will leave nt 1 p m
ou Wednesday for tho "Bay City."
About 11 o'clock yesterday
foronoon tho German ship Mario
llackfeld loft port, bound for San
Francisco, ller cargo consisted
of li'2,331 bags sugar, shipped by
11 Unckfold it Co, and valued at
Knoni af '( n m for
Kpkalin, Nopau nt 1
Knlihiwni nnd Hanaloi; Knnln nt
4 for Oahu ports, Waialealo nt !
for Knpnn. Kilauen llou at 1 fori
U01illlll,UlHl lUOKOlll in o lor lUOlO-
kni, Maui and Lanni.
A deserter from tho ship Mny
Fliul stowed away under the
stono ballast in the bnrkcutine
Planter, which sailed foi Knhului
a week or two ngo. Ho was ar
rested on tho vessol'a nrrival nt
Maui, nnd returned to Honolulu
in tho Mbamer Clnudine.
As tho Kaala was steaming
along on Saturday afternoon be
tween Koko Head and Diamond
Head, she almost ran over a
school of sperm whales. Elovon
wero counted, five being full
grown nud the rest youngsters.
One largo animal, about 70 feet
long and as broad as the Kaala, I
camo close to tho steamer. j
Shipments of domestic produce .
to Sun Francisco per S S
Zalnudm, Alar 15, weio ns follows:
20'2;i bngs sugar by M o tinnbaum
,fc Co, 2601 lings sugar by W G
Irwin fe Co, 1-117 bags sugar, by
Henry alerhonso it Co, 3 bx
pines by Pearl City Fruit Co, 12
Lk pines by John Kidwell, 211
buclis bmianns by Sing Wnin Co,
2o2 bnchs bananas by E L
Marshall, ll(i bnchs bananas and
121 hi bnn-iuns by Campbell fc
Co. Total value: 2-1,791.50.
Lato ycbtorday afternoon, tho
Amorican bark Amy Turner from
Now Yoik was towed into port. '
Sho was 143 dnva from tho Ame
rican metropolis, having ex
perienced light winds during most'
o tho long passage. On tho third
day out tho wreck of the British
bnrk Ddsire from Nova Scotia
with lumber was passed, and ou
Jan 3 tho Amorican ship .Jnbe. '
Howos was spoken, bound from
San Francisco to Now York. The
Tut nor hionylit about 000 tons of
general freight for Honolulu,
consigned to C Brewer it Co, and
lias 10,000 cases of oil for Hong i
kong. Sho will discharge at
Brewer's whurf. The sulfa of tho
vessel were covered witli green
moss a few feet abovo tho water
line, but the rest of the bark look
ed as neat and clean ns n now
coin. Tho skipper ovidontly bo
liovis that cleanliness is next to
From Knuni, per stmr W G
Hall, Mnr 7 G N Wilcox, A 8
Wilcox, T N Birnie, Miss SP
Biruio, Mrs H Iijenborg, C
Omsted, A H Turner, C D
Thomas, J Carapnoll, Mrs Koawe,
C Lai Young and 70 on deck.
From Maui ports, per stmr
Claudinp, Mar 7 II P Baldwin,
Mrs CYAiona, Mrd"E Qoutounm
uob, Mrs Dr Myers, O A Spreckels,
T Akanaliilii and son, Awana, A
Sino'nir, O G Gilhus, A B
Sumnor, Aluni, Tong Ho, Mibu
Einiim Akann, Mm ilaknolo, Mr
llurbottlf, Mrs .1 C Axtoll ami '2
Hdiis, 11 1 Horg, Win 0 Irwin, 0
OiiihUmI, M!h A Poliorty, Mnstnr
11 Gnrtnnu, Win White, Miss
Ellou White, Miss Porry, Miss
Mebouln, Goo Lip, Mrs Tokoino
to, P W Maofarlnno, Thoo Hoff
mnn and 100 ou deck.
tUTUKIIAT, Mr. C.
Slmr KnU. Molicr, from Oaliu ports.
Sunday, Mnr. 7.
Stmr I.tkcllke, Njc, from Haw nil.
Si'lir Kuulki-noull, (rum l'anullu.
Am Ik Amy Turner, frum New York.
etmrJimn Mnkuc, Tullctt, from Knunl.
Slmr Kruutiuii, Thompvin, from Kauai.
Stmr J A Cummins, Static, from Oabu
Slmr Claiullni:, Cnmeion, from port on
Stmr WO Ilnll, UnijIunJ, from ports on
Momiay, Mar. 8.
U s S Alert, llanforil, from acrulso.
S S l'eru, Frli-lc, from Japan ami China.
Satumuy, Mar. A.
Stmr Lelitin, MncJonold. for Houobtna,
SL'Mur, Mar. 7.
Gcr slip Marie MiickfcUl, Kruse, for Sao
Monday, Mnr. 8.
Stmr J A Cummins, Scarlc, for Oaliu
VESSELS LEAVINO TOMOIUIOW.
Stmr ClauJInc, Cameron, for Mnul.
Stmr James Makee, Tullctt, for Knpaa.
Am ship May Flint, Nickels, for Now
Stmr Iwnlnnl, (irenory, for Lalialua, Hono
kvi nml Kukulliaelc.
Stmr Miknlmln, Thompson, forNawlllwIII,
HnnamnuUl niul Koloa.
Stmr W (5 Ilnll, Elnslunil, for Eleelc, Hana
pepe, Makitwell, nml Mlliail
OAItOOES FltOM ISLAND rOHTB.
F.v stmr Knnln 2025 bag' sugar.
Ex stmr Llktllku S50D bags sujfar.
Ex stmr Kiauhou 'M30 bos sujjar.
Ex stmr J A Cummins 1337 baj-s sugar.
Ex seliouncr Kaulkenoull 2000 bai;s sugail
Ex stmr V O Hull fi3bJ bays suar, 8
bnrte, !17 pkgs sundries.
Ex stmr Jnme Mnkec2550 bags stiKnr.
1UU bntrs rice, 0 pkgs 9iliulrlcs.
E -ttnr Claiiilltiu -I'.UOT ia injpir, S'."l
bnci- putntocs, '.'01 baj;s cum, SO lios, I
sulky, 100 pli;s sundries.
VESSCLd IN l'OHT.
(Coaters nollncliiileil In tills list.)
Am sclir llobert I.cweis, (iooilmaii, Ncn-
Am sclir Jessie Minor, Whitney, Eureka,
Ur bk Houteiibcek, Hoil'crs, Lherpool,
Am fi.hr Fled E Sander, Cailson, Hakodate,
Nle liktn Wrestler, NUlion, Newcastle,
Ur si-nl -hr Acne AtiicJonald, Cutler, Vie-
tml.i, Muieh :i.
8 8 Australia, lloudlettc, S.m Francisco.
Jap S SShln-htu Maul, Kobe, FebU7.
IlrsulpSciiiuiitliu, Croe, S F, Feb 15.
Nor lik Fantnel, Andi-rn-n.Neucadli. 1M)21.
Haw bk HcisnUi', NWicu.Chcmnlmue, Feb 21.
Am bl; U C Allen, JuIiikiiu, S F.
Am sclir. Truuslt, ,Iorui!iioii, S Y.
Haw sclir Honolulu, Tlinn.iil, Tocopllla.
Am ship May Flint, Nlcl.iK S F Teb la.
Am sclir Aloha, D.ibel, h F, IVli 10.
Bk Uill.co, IvuaUr. Ncrtcnstlt-, Feb IS.
Haw bk Amliew Welch, Drew, 8 F, Feb SO.
Am bktii 8 N Castle, llublnrd, S F, Feb '.'5.
Am ship E II Sutton, Cnitur, 8 F, Mar 5.
Am liktnS (1 Wilder, MiNVU, i F, MarO.
Am lk Amy Turner, Wullen, N Y, Mr 7.
FOKEION VPSSEI.8 EXPECTED.
Vessels Wtieretrom Due
Auibk Matilda, l't Hlnk. I)
Sclir Allen A, New Whatcom
Am bk Holland Lltfht, Departure Hay,
8 S I'cni, ... Yokohama March 7
8 8 China 8 1' Mmth 11
SS Alaim.Ua S F Marclill
SS Mljweia, .Vuucouxcr March ID
HSlkljIc SF March SO
S 3 City of lllo tie Janeiro, Yokohama, Mar 9,1
8& Wurrlmoo, ...Sjilney MaichSl
Ilk Kemlnole, Newcastle Due
NIc bk Dominion, .... Newcastle Due
(ier bk I'aul henber I.hcrpuul Due
sclir Louis Newcastle
Hk Newsboy New cattle
Sclir Novelty Newcustlu
Am shlpHcnper... Newcastle
1)1. Fnrlun.i Nuwcmllo Apr 0
Sclir (ioUleu frhuie. ..Newcastle
SUir W H Tnlbot,.,. Newcastle
Sclir Wm lloudeii.. ..NeHcnelle
Sclir Ecliu Newcastle
Am ship W FHabtoik...,8 F Due
Hnw bk Iolaul New York .... May 31
Am bk Martha l)al s t
Schr 0).i Newcastle MarSI
Am sclir Alice cook.. ru''it aounu....
Sclir l'rnsiier I'rt Gamble Due
Am bktn uiinncs r crocker,...encasue
Hk Nuunnu Vew York.,
HEADY Foil WAIt.
Tlie sentiment In favor of the Cuban
iiiMirgents fceeius io be growing every
ilay. In Washington the cause of the
lnsurgcntfi Is warmly espoused. Yes
terday the Cameron resolution, which
the morning dispatches reported
would probably be Introduced Into the
Senate Moiitluy, was tho cause of
mucb'ldmnient. According to Secre
tary jsf State Olney, this resolution
practically means war with Spain.
There is no danger dr piobabllity that
wnr wlth'Spnln will In the least nffect
the quality of Hainlcr Deer. No mat
ter what happens I'alnler Beer will
always be tlie best. On tap or in bot
tles at the Criterion Saloon.
'i hi: Titnriii.r. in tviiiii.
I'lut lliiinlri-il Ti-nop. X.h ikI hiiiI
I'iiiiMi llir Itrlicl".
Nowb waa rocoived by tho S. S.
ltiohruond, Captain F. W. Mao
both, which arrived on Saturday
from tho EaBtorn Pacific, as to
tho military operations by tho
French on tho island of llaiatea.
For eomo eight years past tho
natives of this island have been
in a more or less activo state of
rovolt, and lattorly a ohiof named
Tou llapi has como to tho front
by opon dofianco. Tho French
authorities informed tho natives
that unless they becarao of a loss
bellicose disposition forco would
havo to bo used. A delay in tho
arrival of tho French fhicahip -tho
Duguay Trouiu in Eaatorn
Pacific waters appears to havo
caused tho nutives to think too
lightly of tho warnings given
them, nud they became moro (lis-"
posed for war.
On tho arrival of tho Duguay
Trouiu, and another Fronch war
ship, tho Aube, nt llaiatea, 500
troops wero lauded in difforeut
parts of the island with instruc
tions to march on tho rebel
leader's camp, which wasf pitched
in tho coutro of tho island, tho
command of tho expedition boing
under Commander Boyll.
Ou this having boon effected
tho robol natives wero notified and
givon four days to como in and
surrender. Somo friendly dis
posed did so, but a 'considerable
forco under Tou llapi held out.
Orders woro then given to tho dif
ferent detachments. Preparations
had boon rnado by the natives,
particularly with a viow to meet
ing tho main column. Au am
bush was laid and a trench dug,
in which somo 80 or 90 of tho na
tives were placed, all well armed.
A mistake, however, would appear
to havo occurred, for tho column
was allowed to pass until tho rear
guard was abreast of the trench,
the rebels npparoutly not knowing
tho exact strength of tho forco
thoy had to moot. TJio entrench
ed islanders thou oponod liro; but,
their tactics being wrong, tho
wholo of tho Fronch forco
was ablo to turn and
encompasc thorn. Thoy fought
hard, but from twenty-five to
thirty of them woro shot and bay
oneted fatally. Soveral of tho
French troops wero wounded, but
nono fatally. Tho engagement
coinplotoly broko tho rebel
strength. Prior to tho engage
ment, and subsequent, an oiler
was made for any nntivo to como
in nnd surreudor if ho chose; if
not to send in tho women nud
children. A largo numbor of tho
latter class camo in, and several
hundred wero sent, with ubout
150 prisoners of war, to tho Mar
quesnB. The chief, with a remnant
of about 00 or 70 followers, took
to the thickly bush-clad hills,
and woro being sought after by
tho French soldiery when the
Richmond left. It was rumored
that correspondence discovered in
tho rebel camp involves soveral
Europeans. The troops woro sent
from Now Caledonia. New Zea
Somo I'crllucnt lnelloii.
But why stop with restricting
tho immigration of Chiueso nud
Japanese ? Why not restrict all
foreign immigration, for a while
at least 1 Nearly a quarter of a
million people came to tho United
States during tho year ending
Juno 3Q, most of thoin to compete
with American working peoplo.
Why wero they permitted to come,
when there aro so many of our
own citi.otiH who cannot find em
ployment J Itsoemsouly reasona
ble that wo should provide for our
own peoplo first, and thou giyo
what there is to spare to
foreigners. San Jose Horald.
Anchored is what tho man said
when ho dropped into tho Anchor
Saloon. Why? Baid his friend.
Bocauso you can nlways got a
cool refreshing drink served by
gontlemnuly attendants, and if
you happen to drop in during
lunoh hour you will bo regaled
with solids as well as liquids. In
fact tho lunch at tho Anchor is
said by many to bo tho best in
town.t Tho colobrated Seattle
beer is on tap. It is snarklina
and ico cold. Tho finost of wineB
nud liquors in town nro to bo had
at this popular resort.
That picture in King BroB1,
window which has attracted po
much attontion is not tho nortrnit
jof anyone hero. ;.
tho Bicycling fever, catches
you (or you catch it) wo would
liko a chanco to prescribo for you,
not that wo expect to effect n euro,
only to soil you a 'woudor in
This is what one of tho Hawaii
an College boys writes to hiB fnth
or roijardiug the bust wheel to buy
for his sister: "1 hold tho Ilamb
lor Bccond to nono in the country
(tho U. S.), and if anyone can
show a wheel which has traveled
as many miles ns miuo has with
as littlo expense as miuo I would
very much liko to son it. Bo
sides changing tho gear from Gl
to 70 and tho saddle toono of Inter
pattern my entile expenso for tho
wheel has been fifty conts. That
I think is a protty good record,
don't j on? I nui very much afraid
that sn tups, tho samo oneB I got
on th i iciine, will not Inst ino
thioiiu'- ' xt season. Thoy
aro alumni worn through all over.
It will eo-t me from S12 to 815
to get new Jirrs put ou, but it is
legitimate wenr. I never know n
puir of liivh to wear hb long uud
as well as these have, considering
tho amount of travel. When yon
couBider that thoy havo trnvoled
ns far as from Cleveland, O., to
Honolulu, over all sorts of roads
and paths, you will seo that they
must needs wear 6omo."
Tho above opinion you will
find to bo tho opinion of nbout
every rider of a llambler in this
city, nud thero are u lot of Ilnmh-
lor rulers horo. Our trouble has
been to get enough wheals, tho
makors not realizing that wo want
'97 stock before tho snow has
molted in their couutry. By tho
Antrnli'i t!ur- week wt rereived 7
ladies' w heels, and six"bf thorn wo
havo sold. By the Miowora mail
we ordered 20 llamblors and by
this week's mail wo are ordering 5
more, and wo havo orders in for 2
Itncers, bo by return Australia wo
will hnvo 27 Ilamblers, and in fut
uro wo do not propose to loso the
sale of nny wheels by not huviug
thorn on hand. Boinombor that
tho Ilamblor is fitted with tho only
tire that has pioved entirely satis
factory in this country, tho creat
"G. it J." Thero aro imitations to
this tiro to be found horo, but if
you don't find it out when you buy
them, you will nf tor you havo used
them a while, to your sorrow. Tho
genuino "(J . & J." tiro is to bo had
only at tho Humbler Agency, and
there you enn not the right article.
When "Tho Fever'
the bicycling fovor
Buy a KAMBLER
E. 0. Hail & Son
Real Estate Broker.
209Ji Merclinnt Slreet.
House nnd Lot, 7fixl55 It., on No. 71
Yotuif! streotj purlor, 3 bedrooms, kitchou,
Lot on Wilder nvonno 100x300 ft., foncod.
Lots ou Kinan nud 1'iikol streets,
Furnished Itooins within five minutes'
walU from the Post CfUce. Also other
Ilonso on liorotimla street, near Fiikoi
(street; 4 rooms, dining-room, kitolicn, bath
room and an empty lot to keep a horstt.
House on School street; parlor, Severn 1
boilioomx, kitchen, pnnlry, outhousex uud
stftblo formerly occupied by Hon. W. II.
Notice Is hereby given that one Usy
Filly, no brand, white spot on tho
forehead, also ou the none, two fore
feet lihiclc and tho two ltlnilfeot white,
in impounded in tho Government
Pound at Muklkl, Honolulu; uud if
such estiuy Is not clulmed nud all
pound cliurKPB HiitUlled on or before
SATURDAY, March 20, 1897, at 12
o'clock noou. the oume will be Bold ou
that date anil hour to the highest bid
der. K. KKKUBN15,
Honolulu, H, I., March 5, 1607.
Paper Hanger and Decorator
Island Orders attondod to with dispatch.
All work carefully aud promptly ex
EtT OmrEi Smith street, with Sumnel
Kaholookalnui 1'ua. ltcsidoucoi 1'idauia.
Stcnmeri of tho nbove Line running in connection with tho
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
Between Vancouver, B. O., nnd Sydney, N. H. W.. nnd colling at Victoria, 13. O..
Honolulu and Bnvn (liji),
-A.:r:E 3DXTB .uT HOnSTOXjTTXjTT
On or about the dates below stated, viz.:
From Hyilnej nml Suva, for Victoria and From Victoria ami Vancouver, II. O., to
Vancouver, n. C.I . Suva ami Syilnnvi
Btmr "WAHltlMOO" March 21 ' Stmr "MIOWEltA" March 16
Slmr "MIOWEHA" April 24 , Stmr "WAIUHMOO" April 16
Htrar "WAKltlMOO" ..My 24 Stmr "MIOWEHA" Jlav 16
Stmr "MIOWEltA" June 24 Stmr "WA1UUMOO" June 16.
Through Tickets IhsuciI from Honolulu to Cniimln,
United Stntcs nnd Kuropc.
FIlBiaUT AND rASHEKOKIt aoi'.nts:
D. MoNicoll. Montrenl. Cnundu.
BodbiitKhihi, WinuipoR, Canada.
M. M. Steii.v, Hnn Fnmcmno, (Jul. .
O. MoIj. Biuvw.v, Vnuconvrr, B. O. !
Anstralian Mail Service.
For San Francisco:
Tho New and Fino Al Steel Steamship
" Moana "
Of the Oceanic Stcnmehip Company vn
be duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auchlnnd on or about
.April 1, 1897.
And will loavo for the above port with
Mails aud Pnssengera ou or about that
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tho New and Fine Al Stee Steamship
Of the Oceanic Steamship Com puny will
bo line nt Honolnlu from Hun Francisco
on or nbout
March 11, .3 897.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails nnd Passengers for tho nbove ports.
The undersigned are now prepared
Throngh Tickets to All Points
In llin I'liWnil Kfnloa. I
C?TFor further particulars regarding
Freight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN A CO., L'd,
Gceiic SlBaiiB Co.
from S. F.
for S. F.
March 2. 1897 March 10, 18D7
March 30, 1607 April 7, 1697
From San Francisco From Sydney for I
for Sydney. San Francisco. I
rrti Honolulu. Leave Honolulu.
Alameda, Mo 11, '97 I Moana, April 1, '07
Mariposa, April 8, '97 Alameda, Ap 29, '97
Savings : Bank
Notice is lioreby given to Depo
sitors in tho Savings Department
of Olaus Spreckels & Co.'s Bnnk,
tbnton and aftor April 1, 1897,
all interest on their ilopoaita will
v Savings Depositors may- with
draw thoir accounts without giv
iug previous notice, or thoy may
leavo samo in our Bank on call.
Olaus Srunoicrxs fe Co.
Honolulu, Feb. 17, 1897.
Office To Let,
At 207 Merchant Street.
Peerless Preserving Paint Company,
210 King street.
Difficult Collections a Specialty
QceaniG Steamship Co.
f3T For Freight and 1'hshhro and all
General Information, apply to
JHE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
' ' " u
Aceuts for tho Ilnwniinn Inlands.
0. L. WJOHT, Pros. S. U. HOSE, Seo.
Cnpt. J. A. KINO, PortSnpt.
CLARKE, Commander, -
Will leave Honolnln at 10 a. m., tonching at.
Lahainn Manlaea Bay and Mnkena the
same day; Mahukona, Kownihae ond Lan.
pnhoohoo tho following day, arriving at
Ililo tho samo evening.
I.HVI8 noMOLOLQ. ABIttVES HO.tOLCLU.
Tnesday Mnr. 16
Friday. . ,
r rainy JJar. -'0
"lucBdny April 0
JFri'-"y April 10 Tuesday
Hetnrning, will leave Hiio nt 1 o'clock
r. m., touching at Lnupnhoehoe, Mnhn
kpna and Kawalhao 8'iu.o day) Malscna,
Ji'ulue.. Bay nud Lahnitm tho loilowino
day; arriving at Honolulu the aftornoons
of 'Inesday nud Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki, Pnnn.
pS?No Freight will bo tfceivod aftot
12 noon on day of sidling.
, CAWER0IM, Commander,
Will leavo Ilonolulu Tnesday nt 5 r. m.i
' touching ut Knhului, Hnna, Uamo.inncl (
I Kipahulu, Maui, iteturning arrives at k
, Honolulu Sanday mornings.
I Will CaII nt Nllll. Knnnn nn D.,An llM
of each mouth. '
No Freight will be received aftor
r. u. on day of bailing.
This Company will reserves the right to
make changes in the tinio of departure, and
arrival of its steamers without notice and
it will not be responsible for any couse-
ijuculcq mjBiuK lucruiroxn.
Consignees must bo nt the Landings to
recehe their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself rcbponsihio for freight after
it has been lauded.
Live Stock only at owner's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Vnluablos of passengers
unless placed in the euro of Pursers.
Passengers are requested to purchase
tickets before embarking Those failing to
do so will bo subject to an additional
charge of tweuty-iive per cent.
Eag-le -:- House
Mrs, Hai-'y KlEmma, - - Prop,
TABLE BOAflD THE FINEST
.... I.NCLCM.SO MANV ....
Palatable German Dishes.
H. J. NOLTE, Proprietor.
The Best Lunch in Town
Tea and Coffee
at AI.L nouns.
TIIE FINEST BRANDS OF
Cigars and Tobacco
ALWAYS ON UAND.
A PABIILY HOTEL.
1. ICro-ttso, --. IFrop.
Per Dny 8 2.00
Per Week 12.00
CpacloJ. aMTontliljr E.o.tl
The Beat ot Attendance, the Beat Situa
tion nnd tho Fincat JloaLs in this City
Uotel street, new Fort.
BREAD, PIES and CAKES
Ot all kinds,
gjGrihe Finoiit Imported ond Hornet
ltf ':'),.. ly1Jm'.JA
.7 1 inl
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