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HONOLULU, H. I., WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY
Pbiob 5 Obota.
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PANTHEON BLOCK BURNED
Infected Buildings Successfolly Des
Troyed This MornlDg.
Firemen Do Good Work Rats Watched Closely
and None Escape- SurrouodlDfl Build
logs Free of Damage.
At about 6:30 o'clock this morning
tlio engines and hoso carta of tho flro
department took o sovcrnl positions
assigned them on tho streets In tho
vicinity of tho Pantheon saloon and
stables and ruado preparations for tho
destruction by flro of those places.
, . Up to a lata hour last night people
j wero busy getting property that could
f'ho saved out of tho condemned build
ings, while others doing business in
neighboring buildings were nlso busy
getting out their goods In the event of
a spread of tho flames or putting up
various barricades In front of their
buildings and boarding up their show
windows. In front of tho Criterion
saloon and the dry goods store next It
was built a tall fence of boards cover
ed with dampened bags.
Shortly after 7 o'clock tho torch
was applied to a long stnblo bordering
on Fowler's yard, directly maknl of
the Club stables and back of E. A. Wil
liams' undertaking establishment.
This, together with two or thrco other
sheds farther forward, wero burned to
Insure tho safety of tho property muu-
Crowds of peoplo gathered near the
street corners but both pollco and Citi
zens' Sanitary Committee guards wero
on duty and nono but thoso with busi
ness wero allowed within tho lines.
It was two hours beforo tho stables
hack of tho undertaking parlors wero
" burned down, tho firemen taking par
ticular -care to prevent n spread of tho
names. When tho renin Ins of theso
wero thoroughly drenched, the firemen
titurtcd on tho Pantheon stables proper,
setting lira to tho liny loft In which
was stored a largo quantity of feed and
) grain. This smouldered for ten mln
' utes or so and then burst Into flamo.
In n half hour, tho roof fell In and then
the ofllce, harness rooms, carriage
sliuls,nml main stables caught. Fire
men on Hotel and Fort streets kept
tllelr hoso busy, first drenching tho
parts of tho buildings on the street nnd
then tho buildings opposite. Ily 10:30
o'clock tho Pantheon stables wero a
thing of tho past.
Tho Pantheon saloon caught flro at
about 10:30 o'clock nnd by noon thero
was nothing left of It. Tho .nomeu,
drenched with tho water they theu.
n helves throw on tho buildings near by
for protection, kept tho water In tho
places whero it was needed, following
out their Instructions In an excellent
Tho carrlago shed was nut com
pletely destroyed and this, together
with tho front part of tho oflko build
ing will havo to bo plied up later on
Tho flro commissioners and other
flro experts state that tho work of tho
firemen this forenoon was of tho very
highest order. Tho men knew just
what they had to do and did It.
CHINB8E POLITICAL 80JIETY.
Leong Chi Tso Is his name In tho dl
tectory of Peking. Ho Is a political
ngent visiting Honolulu on behalf of
tho cause of tho legitimate Emperor ot
China. Late nowb Indicates that tho
Queen Dowager, to hold on to tho pow
er sho has long and unscrupulously
wielded, has had tho young Emperor
set asldo and a baby proclaimed as his
hiiccessor. Leong Chi Tso represents
an organization aiming to securo tho
rights of the truo sovereign mm navo
dono with tho retrogressive sway of
tho old woman. Ho has formed a
branch society In Honolulu. Its main
object is to contribute money to the
treasury of tho parent association.
Forty or fifty members make the usual
itttendonco nt its meetings. Probably
tho enrolled membership Is much
Afrikanders Permanent Danger.
Itome, Jan. 21. Charles F. Macrum,
former United States Consul at Pro
torla, who arrived hero yesterday, left
today for Paris. Mr. EaBton, of the
Washington Post, who accompanied
Mr. Mncrum, in tho courso of an Inter
view at Naples, Bald that tho Boors
known they must ho ultimately de
feated, but are determined to resist to
the Inst. Ho praises the Boor tactics
and expresses admiration for tho brav
ery ot both armies. The Afrikanders
nro regarded by Mr. Easton as a "per
manent danger to tho British."
Police Court Notes.
In tho Pollco Court this forenoon tho
following cases wero disposed of: Wa
htncaukal, Plnelmka, Williams nnd Ah
Wn, larceny In tho second degree, ono
month's Imprisonment nt hard labor;
Ah Leo, violating Board of Health
regulations, J2 and costs; Ignaclo Amy
guorno, assault and battery on A. S.
PROTEST OF THE CONSUL
Against the Burning of Effects of
He Also Asks Tor Preservation of Business
Paprs-Another Thousand Almost for
Military In January.
At the Executive Council session this
morning It was voted that upon tho re
quisition of tho Minister of Foreign
AualrB tho Minister of Flnanco bo au
thorized to pay 977, tho further excess
of tho amount required for military
payrolls for January, over tho pro rata
amount of tho appropriation.
Tho Attorney Oeneral's opinion of
January 30, In regard to questions
arising under the appropriation bills
Minister Mott-Smith read a com
munication from Mlki Salto, Japanese
Consul, doted February C, referring to
tho Hoard of Health's rcsolut'on In
regard to tho settlement of clalmq for
nicrchandlso and personal effects ntor
cd In Aula warehouse, and protesting
against" Including personal effects of
Japaneso subjects; also asking that
business papers, etc., bo preserved. The
letter was referred to the Hoard of
MOKOLII RUNS ASHORE
The Tulula, Ueur & Lansing's small
steamer, arrived from Kahalepalaoa,
Lannl, this forenoon with reports that
tho steamer Mokolll is high and dry
nt that place, having run nshoro Insldo
tho reef early Monday night. Manager
Stoddard of Maunalcl, who Is n pas
senger aboard tho Talula, had tho fol
lowing to say about tho Incident:
"Tho Mokolll was nt Olowalu Mon
day and sho was chartered by Mr. Bald
win to toko sonio seed enno from Ka
halepalaoa to Kamalo, Moloknl. Cup
tain Dennett started out nnd reached
a point outsldo his destination Just ut
ter dark. Attempting to go In, ho went
high and dry about one hundred yards
from tho wharf. ,
"Thero was nothing much to bo done
so wo took tho mnto, n purser aud a
sailor aboard and left for Honolulu yes
terday afternoon. Tho purser wo left
nt Kaunnknknl where tho Lehua was
anchored. It was this man's Intention
to get tho Lchun to go) to tho assist
ance of tho Mokolll. Wo spoke tho
Kauai last night ahd her captain also
promised to assist."
Tho Maul will leave this afternoon
for tho scene. It Is thought that the
Mokolll can be got off without any
troublo ns sho Is In quiet wutcr and no
damago has yet been sustained. Cap
tain Bennett nnd his crew arc still
Many Ships to Return.
Washington, Jan. 18. Secretary
Long Is said to bo preparing a list ot
ships now on tho Asiatic station which
will be returned to this country and
added to tho North and South Altantlc
and Pacific squadrons or sent to Eu
ropo to ro-establlsh tho European
squadron, which was discontinued at
the outbreak ot tho war with Spain.
Ot the thlrty-ono vessels now In Asia
tic waters nt least ten, It is thought,
will be ordered home. Which of theso
vessels will bo selected will depend
upon tho report from Rear Admiral
Watson ns to tho condition of tho Ves
sels and thoso that can bo spared. It
Is thought that all ot tho larger ves
sels except tho Brooklyn, Admiral Wat
son's flagship, will bo sent home. It
has been somo tlmo since any ot tho
larger vessels havo been engaged In
active opcrntlons against tho insur
gents, and thoso havo been vessels of
light draught. Tho supply ships; tho
Glacier, refrigerator ship, and tho Iris,
distilling ship, will remain In tho
Orient, as will tho monitors Monterey
Pension Claim Figures.
Washington, Jnn. 18. A largo num
ber ot claims tor pensions aro being
received by tho pension ofllco as a
result of tho Spanish war. Statistics
prepared by tho bureau show that
percentage ot applications from volun
teers Is much larger than regulars. Tho
battle ot San Juan was selected by tho
bureau as a basis ot calculations as the
greatest number of casualties wero
there. Thero wero 192 regulars
killed, 1097 wounded nnd 55 missing.
Claims for pensions from the regular
At that battle thirty-four volunteers
were killed, 177 were wounded and 45
missing. Tho clalmB for pensions
from volunters number 3558. There
were twenty-throe regiments of regu
lars and thrco regular batteries engag
ed In this light, as against nlno regi
ments ot volunteers. One regiment lost
nono killed, woundol or missing,
but hns 419 claims for pensions pend
DON'T PASS our OPERA GLASSES
for the World. They're mado by Le
Malro. "Nuff said." H. F.WICHMAN
CLEAR RECORD OF A DAY
Hdttmann Making Good Figbt bat
Japanese Found Dead Near Chinese Theater
No Indications or Plague-At
the Detention Camps.
2 p. m. There nro no new
cases today. The South street
Japaneso died last night and
tho whlto man from the Pan
theon stables is getting better.
Tho doctors havo been busy on
sick calls all day but nothing
suspicious has turned up. A
post mortem on tho body of tho
Japaneso from tho Chinese the
ater Is now being held. It Is
not probablo that this Is a rnso
ot tho plague.
A dead Japaneso was found lu tho
lower part of tho Chlneso theater lato
this forenoon and his body was Im
mediately removed to the morguo
where a pout mortem examination will
bo held this uftcrnoon. From outward
appearances thero Is nothing suspici
ous. As soon us the case was reported at
the Board of Health olllcc, by a Japan
ese, Messrs. Mayhcw and Kreutcr of
the Board of Health ofllce hastened to
the place with a number of guards.
Thero were In tho neighborhood of
fifty Chinese In tho building, the ji'a
Jorlty of them gambling. The guards
mado a swoop down on tho theater f nd
surrounded It, but not before auout ten
ot tho Chinamen had escaped through
tho windows. Tho guards used ihelr
clubs to good effect, some of the China
men receiving Btunnlng blows. An
quickly as possible, tho guard3 sur
rounded tho building and prevented
uny further escapes. Some of tho men
In quarantine had Just completed their
tlmo in the detention camps.
The dead Japanese, Knwamoto by
name, Is a mystery nt present. From
what could bo learned he was Gpli Ited
away from a placo back of St. Louis
College early this morning and died In
tho Chlneso theater. It was six hours
after death beforo he was repotted.
Kerosene Warehouse Camp.
Of tho old crowd of people thero nro
only 100 left nt tho wnrchouso camp.
Theso havo no placo to go and will bo
sent to tho poor liouso this afternoon.
Thero aro 272 natives at the camp
wnoso period of quarantine expires to
morrow. It has not been proven yet
that Koalll, tho suspect taken from tho
camp tho other day, Is aflllctcd with
tho plague. Of course, If such Is found
to bo the case, tho natives will havo to
remain In qunrantino a fortnight long
er, ir, on the other hand, Koalll is not
a victim ot tho plague, tho natives will
be freed as soon an that announcement
In the neighborhood ot 130 people
from tho South stroet tenement house
wero taken to tho keroseno warehouse
detention camp yesterday and today.
Tho Spaniards will be removed to the
The people from Infected houses will
hereafter bo removed to the warchouso
tloke on Low.
The following story on Manager
Low of the Honolulu Sugar Co. was
told by an eyc-wltncss this morning:
"Yesterday, Mr. Low issued nn order
to the guards nt Pukakl to tho effect
thnt any communication carried on
across the lines must be dono at a dis
tance of ten feet, each party keeping
flvo feet on his side of tho line. Mr.
Low himself approached tho lino to
confer with ono of his men In quaran
tine. At first the two kept their dis
tance but the cmployo pulled a map out
ot his pocket and began n discussion.
Arguments passed back and forth until
tho two men, wholly absorbed in tho
matter, got their heads together ovei -
the map and kept up tho discussion un
til tho stern command of tho guard to
'break away' called thorn to their
Special to Ewa.
A special train with Dr. Huffman
aboard was despatched to Ewa planta
tion lato yesterday forenoon, Manager
Renton having sent word to Castlo &
Cooke, agents for tho plantation, that
tho Japaneso ho reported on Sunday
was In a very bad condition, the glands
under his Jaws having swollen very
perceptibly. Dr. Hoffman found tho
caso ono of tuberculosis and returned
to town in tho afternoon with tho ro
port "nothing suspicious," thus allay
ing tho fears ot those who wcro dis
posed to bo uneasy over tho matter.
After Manager Renton's report of
Sunday, tho Japaneso was segregated
and guards put over tho placo.
Their Efforts Appreciated.
Honolulu, Feb. 7, 1900.
Chief Engineer V. H. Hunt,
Honolulu Flro Department.
Dear Sir: Herewith please find our
check for ono hundred and fifty (150)
dollars to bo paid tho men of tho Hono
lulu Flro Department for their faithful
servlrn ilurlncr tmlnv'n flro.
' Yours Blncerclv.
There aro at present somo 1C0 people
nt tho llonunknlia camp that Is com
posed of people who navo undergone
tho periods of quarantine but havo no
plnces to go. In connection with thW
camp Is an employment bureau that
has so far succeeded In obtaining posi
tions for 120 people. This is still run
ning nnd Is doing good work. Of the
number mentioned somo sixty wero
sent out ns common laborers.
It is proposed to send to Camp 2 at
Kauluwcla thoso peoplo who havo no
places to go but who can support them
selves. Of the 440 peoplo now at llonunknlia
230 aro Japanese, 160 Chlneso nnd GO
Dr. Monsnrrnt's Rats.
Dr. Monsnrrat, nrmed with n shot
gun took up n position In tho space be
tween the Club stables und tho under
taking parlors when tho flro was start
ed this morning and there, In tho space
of n couple ot hours, dispatched three
good sized rats thnt wero making their
way Into tho latter place. Another
wns killed by one of the stnblo men,
nrmed with a club.
Several cats were also killed with
various peoplo with revolvers. The
record shot of tho day wns mndo by
Flro Commissioner Crozler who hit n
largo cat directly between the eyes at a
distanco of twenty paces.
Feb. 7. William, male Hawaiian,
LUlha nnd School streets. Simple fe
ver. Dr. Jobe.
Clark, male Hawaiian, nged 10,
Punchbowl nnd Queen streets. Con
valescent. Dr. Jobe.
Feb. C Mini at Board of Health fu
migating rooms, Hotel street, cold. Dr.
Henry, male Hawaiian, Kakaako,
fever nnd Injury to n too on tho left
foot. Dr. Jobe.
Mrs. Mnal, Hawaiian, Acid's pig
ranch, Knpahulu road, nnacmln. Dr.
Some of the Japaneso nt tho Waln
kamllo camp nro In n very obstreper
ous mood. On Monday night, ono ot
the physicians who was trying to as
sist n very sick woman, was grabbed
by u Japaneso nnd thrown against the
wnll ot the room. Tho physician Im
mediately grappled with Ids antago
nist and bumped his head against the
wall several times. At this Juncture
the friends of tho Jnpaneso Jumped lu
and would havo suvcicly Injured the
physician nnd not a couplo of guards
jumped Into tho room with revolvers
drawn nnd driven back the unruly Ja
panese. PI re Prom a Spark.
Tho vacated building on King street
on the other side of tho alley from tho
Peerless Preserving Paint Co.'s shop
caught Are from n spark at about 11:39
o'clock. A ladder was quickly placed
against tho building and, In a very
short time, thrco whlto men with buck
ets of water, were on the roof. Quito
a hole had been burned In the roof, but
tho Arc was soon put out.
Many people standing near wero In
hopes thnt tho flro would continue but
they probably did not renllzo what
danger this would havo meant to the
other buildings near by.
Ancient Mariner's experience.
An old sen captain says ho once- had
tho plague, or something bearing nil
tho symptoms of that malady. It was
while trading In Oriental waters. Ho
was cured by having his wholo body
covered with mercurial ointment, nnd,
whllo It was getting In Its work, being
kept nslccp with morphine. When his
gums grew tender at tho reaction from
the effects of tho mercury, the patient
wns treated to tin alcoholic bath.
South Street Japanese Dead.
Yaraaoka, the Jnpaneso suspect in
tho South street building was examin
ed by Drs. Peterson nnd Jobe yester
day afternoon nnd found to be a plaguo
victim without doubt. Ho was im
mediately removed to tho pest house
where ho died last night.
Tho peoplo In tho snmo room with
Jhlm wcro Bent to th- "ittcry cn,m
Probably Not Plague
Dr. Hoffman Is of tho opinion that
both of tho men taken from tho kero
seno warehouse detention camp are not
victims of tho plague. That they aro
very much frlghtcne'd Is n well proven
Hartraan, tho Pantheon stables fore
man, Is very mucn bettor today. It
was contemplated ut first to give the
man more than ono doso ot tho antl
toxlne, but ho has Improved so wonder
fully that this has been found unneces
sary. Takoliodn Delgo.
Tnkahada Delgo, tho Japaneso who
dropped down at tho corner ot tho Wal
klkl road and King street about a fort
night ago and was taken to the sus
pect hospital for treatment, died there
yesterday. Tuberculosis was tho trou
ble. Places to Be Burned,
Tho Hartman liouso on Punchbowl
street nns been condemned nnd will bo
burned probably tomorrow.
Although tho South street tenement
houso has not been condemned yet, It Is
an assured fact that tho Board will
take such action soon.
THE FIRST FIRE CLAIM
Business for Court of Claims Started
by a Lady.
Miss Ella Uunson Presents An Itemized Bill
to Republic of Hawaii (or Apparel
Lost In Burned Laundry.
As tho first bill for property destroy
ed In Board ot Health fires, tho follow
ing document regularly filed In tho
office of tho Clerk of the" Judiciary Is
quoted In full:
"Honolulu, II. I., Jnn. 22d, 1900.
"Republic of Hawaii
"Dr. to Miss Ella O. Munson.
"To clothes burned by order of your
Agents In the destruction by flro of
Block Ten (10,) Saturday, January
13th, 1900, on which premises was lo
cated tho laundry of , No. 21V4
Bcrctnnla street, on the maukl sic
side, between Nuunnu nnd Smith
"Tho following Is a list of clothes In
said laundry nnd value of same:
3 Wnito Plquo Dresses and 1. . . .
Ovcrsklrt SS.T 00
3 Petticoats 10 00
2 Drawers 3 00
2 Corset Covers 3 00
2 Shirt Wnlsts. all over embroi
dery 12 00
1 Front 1 50
2 Undershirts 1 50
7 Handkerchiefs 1 50
I Collar 25
1 Towel 1 00
3 pr. Stockings 2 25
Total ninouiit $74 00
"Island of Oahu, Hawaiian Islands.
"Personally appeared beforo me, Miss
Kiln tt. Munson, who being duly sworn
deposes and says that the nbovo state
ment Is truo mid the values therein
stated are tho actual values of the arti
"ELLA C MUNSON.
"Subscribed and sworn to before me
this 22d day of January, A. D. 1900.
"ALEX. ST. M. MACKINTOSH.
"Notary Public First Jud. Circuit."
This claim Is marked with the Su
premo Court stamp of data Fob. C, 11100.
It will bo No. 1 of tho cases for tho
Court of Claims If President McKlnley
g-nut tho request of tho Kxecutlvo
Council for tho creation ot such n tri
bunal for sctllng claims Vising out of
the plaguo burning.
J. K. Kahooknno, trustee, has
brought an ejectment suit against Pu
ulkaenn w. and the liana Plantation
Co., for land at Houomacle, liana.
Maul, containing 21. Oacres, with $500
HALL BUILDING SAM:
J. F. .Morgan, auctioneer, sold the E.
O. Hall & Son building ut noon. Tho
Hall corporation bought In tho brick
work nt $1,500. H. Ludlort took tho
woodwork for $80, tho roof $32.50 nnd
tho Iron veranda $32.50. Lucas Bros,
got tho plato glass at $nr. B. B.
Thomas bought 20 iron shutters nt
$2.50 each, und the llagpolo at $5. Somo
little merchandise was also sold.
Paid Back the Money
In tho Bulletin a fow dnys ago was
contained n story, telling of tho experi
ence Assistant Hack inspector Fcrrclrn
had with a gentleman living near him
who charged $2 damages for what he
alleged Ferrelra's horso did In his yard.
Yesterday tho gentleman In question
called on Ferrclra nt tho pollco station
and gave him back tho money, at tho
same iimo asking tho olllccr to bo his
Electric Lights Again.
After many nights of darkness the
electric lights on tho streets of Hono
lulu wcro burning again last nigut,
malting It posslblo for peoplo to get
about with much greater ease. Tho
rain in tho mountains during tho past
few days has put tho reservoirs In
much better shnpo and mado It posslblo
for tho government electric light plant
In Nnunnu to resumo opcrntlons ngaln.
Guilty of Vagrancy.
Keawenmahl. charged with vugrancy,
by being found In tho Arlington bil
liard minors nt night without lawrui
excuse, wns found guilty In tho Police
Couro yesterday niternoon nnu sen
tenced to thrco months' Imprisonment
nt hard labor. Attornoy Do Bolt, who
appeared for tho defendant, envo notice
Manuel Almeida, n young Portuguese
brakeman on tho road ut Ewa planta
tion, slipped nnd fell under ono of tho
cars at tho plantation this morning
with the result of Injuries nil over his
body. Ho died shortly utter arrival
nt the Queen's Hospital.
WEDDINO STATIONERY, Engraved
H. F. WICHMAN.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
1st Prize Cleveland Bicycle, $70.
The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models oo, at anJ 94 of
the 1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 02
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
I he bicycle lo be selected from the slock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. sgents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
2nd Prtc, Singer Sewing Mo
The vlnner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle anJ top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automa'lc," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. Bcr
gcrscn. sole agent for the Hawaiian
Slrd Prize, Prciuo Senior Camera,
1x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, j
I rays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4 tli Prize, n Zonophonc, the Lat
est Improvement on thcGrnmo
phonc, with G Records, $110.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It is to be
selecttd from the stock of the Bcrjjstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of theconte-4
must be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months in advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide aJdltlon to the subscription lists.
3. Subscriptions should be sent in as
soon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
Mibscrlntlon Is to be credited, as well ns of
me subscriber, ureat care should be taken
to cive ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4 Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try Ifor these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons
entitling the holder to cast so many votes
tor tne captain 01 ins choice nccoiuing to
ti.e term of his subscription, will be given
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for the subscription, as previously
Subscription Rates: fS.oo per year,
52.00 for three months; strictly in advance.
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
In addition to the votes which appear
each day In the upper right hand comer of
the first page, which are to be filled out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
are entitled to cast votes as follows. A
coupon the number being attached to the
1 MONTH 40 VOTES
3 MONTHS 150 VOTES
6 MONTHS 350 VOTES
! YEAR 753 VOTES
The standlne of the contest Friday. Feb.
2, was as follows. This list will be chang
ed every Saturday.
CAPT. CLARKE 747.
CAPT. CAMERON 585
CAPT. SIMERSON 460
CAPT. PEDERSEN 444
CAPT. FREEMAN 65
CAPT. TULLETI" , 47
CAPT. NICHOLSON 9
CAPT. WEISBARTH q
CAPT. THOMPSON G
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