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REPUBLICANS SOUND THE CALL
i, Thuradrty, May 3.
' It wob nut tho unexpected tlmt tlo
Tclopcil In responso to tlio coll tor a
ncpubllcun patty inaas meeting last
night- All of tliu two hunetied nnu
forty chairs In tho Drill iatied wcro oo
' cuplcU lon heforo the meeting woa
called to order at 7:45,, nnd piocccdlngs
wcro not far ndvuuced until tlnee
times ns many inoro pcoplo tilled the
Clarence h. Crabbe. secretary of tho
Republican club lately formed, called
tho meeting to order nnd nsked It to
elect a temporary chairman.
Hon. Cecil Drown was nominated by
Goo. A. Davis, seconded all over tli9
house. V. J. Deny moved, seconded by
Horry L. Evans, and It carried by una
nimous cheers, that tho nominations
Tho Chairman then proceeded with
business, requesting tho election of n
temporary secretary. On tho nomina
tion of Mr. Evans, seconded by Mr.
Berry, Clarcnco L. Crabbo was unani
Next tho chairman read a list of
nominations for vlco presidents, Invit
ing tho rorctlng at Its pleasure to main
any other nominations. Ihls Is tin.
list and, there being no other ntimtM
proposed, It was Adopted by ncchnna
tlon on motion of Mr. Humphreys, sec
nded by Captain Pratt: Samuel Par
kcr, Paul Neumann, T. I). Murray, W
C. Achl. S. M. Hallou. J. II. Hoyd. J. I.
Kaulukou, A. V. Gear, A. N. Kcpolkal
F. J. Dcrry, K. D. Sllllroan, W. H. nice
P. C. Jones.
Tho Chairman read letters of renret
at Inability to attend tho meeting from
Messrs. Jones, Sllllman nnd Neumann.
Hon. Harold M. Scwnll, United
States Milliliter to tho Hcpulillc ot Ha
waii when annexation took place, wau
greeted with round after round of rip
plauso as ho camo fonvnnl. Ho spoke
It tho tent ot tho pilvllrga ot holug
hero tonight Is that ono is in sympathy
with this mass uieotlug, I am entitled
to bo hero with you. Wo wcro told tint
wo wcro premature. On the Ramo
principle) that wo uhould wait for fa
vors from Washington, we ought to
wait until after the next presidential
election, instead ot being premature,
this Is a tardy recognition of what has
been ilono for theso Islands ny n Re
publican Congress nnd a Republican
President. Wo know that enough of
tho Terlrtorlul bill has passed both
Houses of Congress to give Hawaii
more pilvllcgcs thnn have ever been
tcnucrrii to any Teriitory in tno past
or will bo In tho future, tfou have, tho
privilege of dealing nt your will with
tho largo nnd valuable, property of tho
Islands at annexation. Your great In
dustries are brought forever within tho
lines of tho Amcilrnn protective tnrltt.
Yon have been given manhood suffrage.
Any man who doubts tho wisdom of
Yhls has no right to havo part In such
K meeting as this. Whether tho con
stitution extends hero of Its own action
?r not, you have all Us protections cx
ended by this bill to theso Islands. It
has passed both .Houses and tho Presi
dent, as a Republican President, will
lose no tlrao In signing tho bill. Tho
bill will then bo comploto, and within
six weeks from now, hardly enough
tlnio for n delegato to got to Philadel
phia, we -will havo to pass Judgment
upon the acts of tho Administration
that has done so much for Hawaii. It
will bo tho prlvllego of tho delegato
from Hawaii to speak out nt that con
vention for tho ronomlnatlon, which
will mean tho re-election of President
McKlnlcy. Wo must rccognlzo that to
night marks n now era In Hawaiian
politics. Frco speech and free action
aro tho principles of tho Republican
party. loyalty to that party will mean
loyalty to Republican principles, but
should tho time ovor como, which I
hopo may not, when tho nctlon ot tho
party and tho principles of tho party do
not Join, tnen wo will administer to
that party tho chastisement it deserves
at our hands. If thoro hnvo been per
gonal differences or animosities I
would havo them abandoned. Do ns
when tho Republican party was foimed,
making It oroad and liberal enough to
admit every man. Wo havo como to
tho parting ot tho wnys. It Is no longer
necessary to nvold taking sides for fear
of offending ono party or nnother. Thu
Islands must now become American.
Wo aro hero to tako tho first stopB to
ward that end, by enrolling our names
to form a convention to decido who is
to direct tho affairs of this Territory.
Tho clay has gono by for a party on
.theso Islands which enn govern by ex
travagant promises on tho ono hand
or by threats on tho other hand. If
thero aro any disposed to Join a party
that tears down and never builds up,
thero is nnother party to receive them.
If thero nro any who dcslro to restrict
tho rights of tho pcoplo, this Is not
tho place for them. Tho Republican
party stands for a frco ballot and a fair
count. This party started out and nev
er stopped until It had that principle
Imbedded in tho Constitution no dis
crimination of color or condition. Tint
Republican party stands Immovably
for tho maintenance, of protection to
American Industries, In that tariff that
Las changed tho deserts of Hawaii Into
fruitful fields and tilled this land with
happy homes. Mr. Scwall referred to
tho policy ot expansion ns forced on
tho Union by destiny. Thero is no
ccAmtry whero tho American Hag flics
which will bcnollt so much by expan
Blon of theso Islands. It will make, Ha
waii a great commo.-cal center in tills
ocean. It will build tho Nicaragua
canal and put you In telegraphic com
munication with tho rest of tho world
It will build American ships to con
duct a vastly Increased American com
merce ot which Hawaii will bo a focus
In the Pacific. They may call It im
perialism it they will but It means that
your city, Instead of being an Isolated
spot, will bo tho imperial city of thlb
ocean. (I-ouil applause.)
A. Q. M. Robertson had a rousing
welcome. lale.il lug to tho entrance
nto American pennies taxing piuct
lie caused laughter by saying that
when tno New lanas resolution annex
ing the Islands passed, ninny peoph
lein were In tho position of Admiral
Dewey when ho took up pontlM me
lldn't know to which party they be
unged. Ha went on to Btnto what thi
llcpiibllcan party's policy had done loi
heso Islands, besides giving t' cm an
ncxntlon, ns reasons why !,u fount
Jlmsclf thero and glad to bo In such
iooiI company. Old feuds nnd antago
nisms nro wiped out. Wo enter to
night on a higher plane and n hlghci
icnlo of politics. The Islands are In fot
a pcilod of prosperity.
Mr. McCnnts Stewart made a humor
jus speech, mnklng excellent points ol
old stories. Ho welcomed the move
ment now begun, nnd said they came
'ngrtlicr for the good of tho Territory
of Hawaii. Tho assemblage showed
ippieuiniie.ii of his remarks by fro
incut laughter and npplauso .
Geo. A. Dnvl3 was reminded of meet
ings In Fnticull hall. When he dared
to appear beforo tho Hawaiian Com
.uIbsIou here, nnd wns nuked what ho
eptcsented, hr answered, "Just one
Republican vote that cannot br
loughl." Mr. Davis gnvo Bonio his
ory of tho two great parties. His
itandlng alone In tho courts here for
tho doctrlno that annexation brought
ho Islands under tho Constitution was
ncntloncd. Ho created merriment by
cfcrrlng to tho vlco presidents on the
ilntform ns a conglomeration. It
ooliod llko the lion nnd the lamb lying
down together to sco members of the
Court of Claims and of tho Council of
State arrayed In a row. Ho wondered
there wns not n deputation from tin
Chamber of Commerce to protest
ngalnst tho number ot lawyers. Mr.
Davis made n plea for fair lighting In
tho now politics and the rsphowlng of
W. C. Achl considered the Republi
can paity the ono that favored tho best
Interests of the Hnwallaus. There Is n
parer In this town thnt misleads tho
Hawallans. It Is tho duty of all you
hero to lead tho Hawallans right.
Hon. A. N. Kcpolkal of Wnlluku,
Maul, was n Republican because thnt
party gave thu Hawallans manhood
suffrage. Ho wns Horry to boo so few
Hnwallans present, but glad to see re
porters present who would infotin hU
friends on Mnul whcio ho Blood. Mr.
Kepolkul mudo an earnest pica for nn
educational campaign among tho Ha
wallans, who wero totally imucmintntee',
with tho merits of tho American pur
tics. He charged tho Royalist Com
mlssloncis with deceiving the I lawn
Inns on their return from Washington,
telling them annexation was dead ami
tho restoration of tho monarchy In
evitable. Hon. S. Pniker, besides some hu
morous references- to his being In
veigled forward, said: You havo got
to go slow with tho Hawallans, you
have got to treat them kindly, nnd In
tho end wo will win tho dny. Although
not a speaker, ho claimed to bo a work
er, and would work for tho party.
Mr. Winston came forward and mov
ed a resolution, which J. II. Fisher
moved be adopted, for the chairman to
appoint an organization commlttco of
twenty-one from tho Honolulu pre
cincts. Lorrln Andrews opposed tho resolu
tion, claiming it gave ono man thu pow
er belonging to the wholo meeting. Ho
moved nn amendment accordingly.
Mr. Robertson supported tho resolu
tion on tho ground thnt It saved tlnio.
IIu was followed on tho same sido by
Messrs. Humphreys, Hallou and Fisher.
Mr. McCants Stewart presented the
folowlng resolution us a substitute for
tho amendment, making a strenuous
speech In support of his plan of organ
ization. Mr. Wallace seconded tho mo
tion: Resolved, By the Republicans of
tho Island of Oalni, in mass meeting
assembled, at Honolulu, this 2d day of
May, 1900, as follows, to wit:
1. That tho Republican party of the
Territory of Hawaii should now bo
organized, and that a Territorial Con
vention should bo held for this purpose.
2. Thnt a call bo Immediately Issued
requesting all citizens qualified to vote
and Intending to act with tho Republi
can party to meet on Saturday, tho 19th
day of May, 1000, ot 4 o'clock p. m.,
at each election product, ns now exist
ing in tho several Representative Dis
tricts, and elect as delegate to n Dis
trict Convention ono porson for every
thirty votes cast at rucIi precinct nt tho
last general election; provided, liow
ovcr, that each precinct shall be entitl
ed to elect ono delegate), nnd that the
polls shall bo kept open until C p. m.
of tho samo day.
3. That tho delegates so elected shall
meet In District Conventions on Wed
nesday, tho 23d day of May, 1900, at
10 n. m., nnd elect as delegates to a
Territorial Convention threo persons
for every ono Legislative Representa
tive to which each district Is entitled;
said Conventions to meet ns follows, to
wit: In tho First District, at the Court
House In Hllo; Second District at Wnl
men Court House; Third District, Wnl
luku Court House; Fourth District,
ludldary Building, Honolulu; Fifth
District, Judiciary Building, Honolulu
Sixth District. Nawlllwlli Court House
4. That tho delegates so elected shnl
meet In Convention In Honolulu, or
ho 30th day of May, 1900, at 10 a. m.
to organize- tho Republican party ol
iho Territory of Hawaii; to appoint a
Territorial Committee; to elect on
delegate and ono alternate, to tho Nn
tlonal Convention of tho Republican
party, to bo held at Philadelphia on the
19th day of June, 1900, nnd to transact
well other business as may bo deemed
necessary and proper,
C. That a comlmtteo, with power to
carry, out tho foregoing provisions hi
elected by this meeting, to consist of
tho president of this meeting, and two
Til.- Chief Justiceship.
i President Dolo was asked at
i noon If thu rumor wus imu una H
.- hu hud the assurance of being fc
appointed Chief Justice ot tno '.'
i Territorial Supreme Court. Ho it.
replied thnt ho had previously '(
been appi lscd of the rumor tms ic
moiutng, but waB not In pos-
v1 Bcsslcn of n partlclo of Jnfor- .(
: intuitu as to Its truth. :
ncmbcrs for each of tho following dls
rlcts of Honolulu, namely: WatKikl,
tanoa Valley, l'uunhuu, t'awaa, Ma
.lkl, Kewalo, Nuuanu Valley mnuka of
ftultl street, Nuuanu avenue mnuka of
ichool street to Judd street; Nuuanu
nvcnuo mnkal of School street to sea,
mnkal of Punchbowl slopts Ewa of
Alapai street to sea, Alapal street, Wnl
tiki to Wlkol stioct, maukn ot Km,;
itrcct, Pllkoi street Walkll.l to Punn
iou Btrcct, Pnlnmn, Kapalama, Kalthl
Valley, Knllhl-waenn, Knllhl-kae, nirl
Monnalua; and that nominations of the
uumbetB of sucn commlttco bo made
ny persons present at this meeting re
siding In such dlstilctn; but If theic In
no such persons present, then nomina
tions shall bo made by any person at
tending this meeting, If nvnlluble per
sons can bo found In such districts nut
represented at this meeting.
Mr. Gear was not wholly natlsded
with nny of tho proposals, but favoro.i
tho original over tho others. He fear
ed the amendments wns doing for the
country districts what their authors
objected to having dono for the town
Cn the quotf.on being put on thn ayes
nnd noes, tho Chair declared the icso
lutlon of Mr. Stewart lost
Geo. R. Carter questioned tho d"cl
felon nnd In Impassioned strain called
for n standing vote.
Finally, after a war on points of or
der, n standing vote was taken nnd the
Chnlr declared tho resolution of Mr.
Tho meeting then elected the follow
ing as the members of tho committer,
nnd adjourned nt 11 o'clock:
Walklkl Jan. II. Doyd, J. A. Mc
Candlcss; Manoa valley H. 13. Cooper.
II. S. Townsend; Punnhou Clarence
M. White, W. II. Farrlngton; Pawna
J. N. Wright, George Mannon; Mnklkl
J. A. Oilman, Percy M. Pond; Kewalo
J. B. Athcrtcn, Hon. Bam. Parker:
Kuimnu avenue, maukn of Judd stre-e
Gcorgo R, Carter, M. P. Robinson
Nuuanu nvenne, mnuka of School street
to Judd street A, S. Humphreys, P. (."
Jouch; Nuuanu avenue, makal of
School street to tho sea- Clarcnco I.
Crulibe, J. I. Kuuluknu; mnkal ol
Punchbowl slopes, Ewa of Alapal
A. V. Gcnr, A. O. M. Robertson; Aln
pal Ktreet Wnlklkl to PIHenl f-.-pot
maukn of King street G. W. Smith, C.
M. Cooke; Pllkoi street, Walklkl to
Punnhou Btrcet Col. J. H. Sopcr, F.
S. Dodge; Pnlama W. C. Achl, E. C.
Winston; Kapalama Passed; Kallhl
valley K. R. O. Wallace, J. U Holt;
Kallhi-wacna T. McCants Stcwnrt,
William Mutch; Kallhl-knl Judge
Wilcox, Allan Herbert; Monnalua
Thursday, May 3.
The Executive Council this morning
considered n proposition from tho Bish
op Estate, relative to tho widening of
RIchnrdH street, to deed 1770 square
feet from Its Palace square lot, and
2573 squoro feet from Its Queen street
lot, making a total of 4343 square feet,
to the Government for street purposes
only, In exchange for an area of 4000
square feet, more or less, from the Fire
Department lot. Tho matter was ro
fcrrcd back to tho Minister of tho In
terior to carry out suggestion of sub
mitting a counter proposition to tho
Bishop Estate that an even exchange
be made In tho caso of tho Palaca
squaro lot, and two to one In favor of
tho Government on tho Queen strcot
The widening of Waikiki road was
discussed but no nctlon wns taken.
Action wau deferred on nn applica
tion from tho Honolulu Rapid Transit
& Land Co. for permission to lay ltd
railway on Alapal street between
Young nnd King streets, nnd un South
stiect between King ami Queen streets,
which was accompanied by a petition
from property owners nlong Bald
streets In favor of tho proposal.
A petition from Ewa Plantation Co.
for nn amendment to its charter was
referred to tho Attorney General.
Mr. Damon reported mat ho had re
ceived n bill for $480.05 for damage
dune to the bark Diamond Head bv tho
ship St Frances, which drifted Into
her lij tho parting of a now hawser,
and that ho had replied that It was
pur ly ou accident and tho Government
couln not be held responsible.
Wasl'nRton. Apill 23. At the opening
of tlie House to dny, upon request i.f Hep
burn of inwa. chairman if the Interstate
and Foreign Cnrrmrrce Coir nutter, unan
imous ccnseiit was given to srt a'lc'c May
1 and ? for consideration of the NicirjRui
canal hill. Hepburn said that one day
would he given for general debate and one
for anrndmenl und-r the five-minute ru e.
Wash'nfttnn, Anrll 20. 'I hi House
committee on In'erstate and foreign com
me re today made an import-int cli.-rge in
the Hepburn NUirjcua canal bill, strikintr
jut the provMnn for Hie "'fort ificat Ion"
inJ thus providing vh it Is expect'd to be
1 ronirrumi-e which wll nli in bringing
he meau-ure to an early consideration.
The am ndment was p'opned by Rep-
-esei.tative Barham of Oilifon In. The
clnlrman of the commute; was Instruclel
0 offer the same upon cnns'deratlon of the
mil nt the proper time a n committer
amendment the.etn. The amendment
was agr-ed to, not without s tne expres-
Ion of reliictan-e, but with a view to
vercomlng opposl Inn and e urlng action.
Ralls for the Pacific Heights electric
railway aro being landed from the An-
Irow Welch. Tracklaylng will begin
actively early next week. Mr. Desky
promise of a trolley car excursion up
'Caiulanl boulevard on tho Fourth of
July seems likely to be fulfilled.
Thursday, May 3. ,
Tho Board of Health met at 3 p. m.
yesterday. There were present Presi
dent Wood, G. W. Smith, Dr. Emerson,
Dr. Garvin nnd Secietary Wilcox.
Dr. Wood submitted n long report on
sanltniy mattcis and plumbing which
was 01 deled pilnted lor thu uso of
nieiiibeis. Seveial applications for
plumbing Inspector weio tiled to bo
consldcteel with tho above repot t at a'
special meeting of tho Board to bs held
at 2 p. in. next Friday afternoon.
Dr. Wood inaelo nn extended Btnto
mcr.t concerning tho disposition of tlis '
detention camps and goods nnd effects
contained thcicln. Ho stated that thn
Executive Council had renched, In the
main, thn same conclusions lcgnrdlm;
tho matter as had tho Board of Health
nnd had voted at their last session that
tho disposition of all the goods and ef
fects In tho camps bo left to tho clod
blon of the Board.
On motion cf Mr. Lowrcy tho Ex
ecutive cllltcr of tho Ileal d was nu
thorlzcd to sell at public auction,
Ihroush Jas. 1-'. Morgan, nil the 1111
iine.il iroods In thn rnmna: tho l;c:os.nn
oil, Washington l.imis, groccilct. nn.l
pctlshnblo gaeds to be retained for tho
use c.f the Utnid of Health In Its dif
Dr. Wood lead a complaint from the
two tntcr-lslnnd steamship companies
ullcglng disci imlnntlon In tho charges
for cxamlnnllr n fees, etc. Dr. Wood ex
plained the resltlcu of the Hoard and
showed that Tecs had not been charged
Iho rnllwoy company becnuso they had
furnished the Board fieo special trains
thioughout thu epidemic, whllo the
steamer companies had charged the
full limit for cvciy vessel hlied. Ha
hnd brought tho matter up because
tho opening clause of tho complaint
contained several bald and unwarrant
ed statements. Dr. Wood wns authoriz
ed to answer the complaint.
A communication from Mr. Baldwin
of tho Maul Sanitary Comlmtteo was
referred to Dr. Garvin.
Tho report it Dr. Pratt. Sanltnry In-
' spector, was lead and Hied.
In reply In uu application fiom tho
hospital ot Wnlluku for rcpalis, It was
ordered that the trustees palm tho
building out of tho icservo fund.
A letter from Mr. Andrews stated the
Hllo hospital was In an unsanitary coa
lition nnd nrede d rcplumblug; tho
nurses had alicady been taken down
with typhoid fkvcr ono nftcr tho other.
The Board npiiovcd tho action of th
rustccs In making Immediate icpalis
'I li ereioit cf Ed Towse on lineatlon
wns read nnd hi recommendation that
he force bo reduced from 30 Inspectors
o six, who we le to be 1 aid silarlcs of
FS0 carh per month, wns authorized.
The report f Food Inspector 5ho
rey, published elsewhere, was recclve-l
tilt t'Wrtl ru M" will, n rpporl on ii.0
artesian water from Kallhl.
Dr. Woou 8tiiuimlLU 1110 renort ot
Dr. Hoffmann on Japanese foods nnd
soil nnalybls fiom the burned district.
After- reading tlio rcpoit Dr. Wood
made on extended explanatory state
ment of tho hloleigy of plnguo bacilli
ami thu causes of tho recurrence of
plague epidemics, reaching tho con
clusion thnt thu greatest raro should bo
exercised In dealing with tho burned
district. It would bo a great disaster
wero tho plaguo to break out again.
Ho thought the people who nro anxious
to open tho burned district should
await the full report of the soil com
mittee. Ho informed Mr. Hollo, who
was present nnd nsked several ques
tions, tlmt tho committee report would
not be Influenced by tho proposition for
new flro limits. Experiments with
nclds were now being made In Iho dis
trict. Dr. G.irvln reported on tho necessity
government physician for Puna, Hn
wall, and it was ordered that 75 per
month bo authorized for that purpose;
tho physician to bo appointed hereaf
ter. Dr. Garvin recommended tho system
of street rubbish cans as used so suc
cessfully In San Francisco. Tho matter
wns dlBcusseel favorably and G. W.
Smith was appointed to report on the
Several bills, which failed to pass the
flnnnca committee, wero referred or or
dered paid nnd tho pay rolls from Maul
for Fcbruury wero approved.
Tho Board adjourned nt G: 15 p. m.
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HOMEMADE I'Ol, constantly on liund.
After March 26
PRINTING CO., LTD.,
-WILL OCCUPY UP STAIRS,-
Cor, Fort and Queen Sts,
.At Reasonable Price,
Chinese and Japanese Firms.'
REAL EST AT K
Domestic Servants, Sailors and Gmtr-J
Office Hours: 9 a. m. to 3 p. m
P. O.Bex 862.
Room 1. Spr'ckels BIccfc
Done in Crayon or Oil.
P'.tur frnineJ In nnv stvle
Fr.-iincd Picture ti r vile.
...... ev Aleiul-Iiins fr r-r.imes havo
King and Alapai streets
Nrar Huiiuiulu suck lanls.
N I,c,rnr(Ml:ti).iii,l t rilmrt Notice
IT IH't )! ....
SOU. Kult l-'ll.i INO A OUADIXCS
At lo'!t Prci's I'lfiHijippiy ,oer
iiMVe urdi ru .imi.riLiif tpf "'
t unit ru .1 iin.riii ; .
.1 I, KinililknuX .
itniiici -ii.ci.Vi t.ki, lvo;
323 Nuuar.u F-,
'tno Sultltios lu Kii(rnn, KH(ch ri!!
Ainorlcaii Ooml "te to order.
-PntnlhV )tnr 9,
Watcliniakor and Jewollec
GOLD AND WILVKR PLATUlQ.
2I3W nine utrpnt. 12T9
T. KAT8UNUA1A &;Co.
A. K. OZAtVA. Minster.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
TtrsBprsiy Ofli:e: Rook, urililri SrrKlrtsUE.
Ing Tl tti.
Y. MAN SING-
Has Removed From Fort Street to uu
Nuuanu Street, opp. Goo Kim's
Drcjes Made To Orde.
A TlNI ASSODTMtNT OPMtICAN. CNGllSSAiOft
Scotch CL0111 on Hand
NO. JiJ Nuusnu lrte I, iknolulu. IL Lut
Good woik nd Cril-clm lit irusrantHd
Clolhts Cleans J snd R(ilL
Corner Aukca and Kino Sntrrt.
"GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS
always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLES
for sreclal order, and CALIFORNIA
FRUITS bv every steamer and also ISL
AND BUTTER. Delivery Free. TeL 565
No. 6 Nuusnu St., below Msrcbsnt, Hosotcii.
MKHOHAUT : TAILOR
WSults cusrsnteeil to It snd In Isms stjl .
Clotainc mids to orden Unlloms sptcuity.
Cloiaes clesns i snd f tpslrsd stressoostls UUs.
Kchi.h tho CksIi wlillo you aro Imij-.
Try ono o
On Maible and Granite.-
WORK . .
Fences and Lawn
Hhw'd IroD Fencn and MonraifaJ Ds,
fitl Kins Ntmot.
G. A. GROTE
Merchant -:- Tailors
Cleaned and Repaired
FIRST CLASS - WORK GUARANTETO
Union St. near Hotel,. 1505
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