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EVENING BULLETIN. HONOLULU, 11. T., THURSDAY, MAY 9. 1901.
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Jrchltects, Contractors and Bonders
Edward R. Swain,
ITASOtNWAlD BIB ,
Ttnrorary Office villi F. W Micfarlant,
P. O. Bol t?I
BBARD6l.EE tt PAGE
Architects & Builders
Offics: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, M. i.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. 1441
Or ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
Queen street. Honolulu 1
P WTRACTOR AND
Jubblng : Promptly s Attended : To
M. F. BBRTELMAN'8
Tc rtsr of old stand. Entrance on K!f
atrMt. Ortr left at either shop, or office,
U John Nott'e 'ore, Kin? street, will re
.,. rwirir- ntt.n'lnn. Ull-tf
Edward R. Swain,
Crocker Bid., - San Francisco
esl'es to announce that he has
prned an office In Honolulu for the
transaction of all business apper
taining to the practice of his pro
fession. Pending the completion of the Stangen
waU Mulldlne. In wh'ch offices have been
secured, he can be found at the office of
MR. P. W. MACfAHLANb.
430 JUD BUILDING
BSTI MATES FURNISHED
on all sorts of building;
OFFICE IN OLD ARLINGTON
This Is No Lead Pipe Cinch.
I am not out to rob the public
but simply to earn a living in
a legitimate way. My motto
Is "HONEST WORK AT HON
I Have Moved
my plumbing business to the
CORNER OF BERETANIA AND
EMMA STS. Telephone, White
3571, where I have In stock the
following goods :
enameled Iron and steel clad,
with nkVcle plated trimmings;
al wood,' zinc lined.
Water Closets, Wash Out,
and Syphon, jet style.
Sinks of Pressed Steel, both
galvanized and enameled.
Lavatories, enameled Iron,
and mirble with nlckle plated
Wash Trays, enameled Iron
with wood cover.
Slop Sink', enameled Iron,
Hot Water Boilers and Stands
Water Pipe, Faucets and Trim
m'ngs, Galvanized Iron, Gut
ters, Cornices, Stone Pipe, Tin
Jobbing Promptly attended to.
Work and Materials Guaran-
Your Trade Is Solicited.
JaS. Nott, Jr., BanitarT Plumber.
75 and 79 King Street
TELEPHONE NO. 81.
NOW Is the time to get leak .
breakage! seen to, ana ;
Roofs Put In Odf
By competent workraa I
SHEET METAL WORKS
H. W. BARTH.
Galvanized Iron Skylights and Ventilator
Conductor Pipe and Gutter Work.
Rlch.rd Street, tet. Queen inl Merchant Nmolulu.
Jobblor promptly tttt4d4 to.
Tel. White 41. P. O. Box 270.
Notice to Property Owners.
I have In my employ FOUR FIRST
CLASS PLUMBERS from the Coast. I am
now ready to figure on your work at the
lowest prices. My men are Union Men,
Give me a trial.
C. H. BROWN.
Territory Stables, King St.
Sarins, Pbyslclans nd Dentists.
Dr. Archibald N. Sinclair.
Rooms 9-oo, ortict, Main, ij.
Boston Uuiidino, REMtmci,
Fort Street. White, .Mi.
IIOURS-ii A. M. TO
1 TO 1 P. M.; ? TO t P. M.
P. O. tlox &i
UltlAVS ! P. .
DR. W. H. MAYS
381 Bcretnnta Street.
DR. J. T. WAY80N,
443 BERETANIA ST.
OFFICE HOURS 0ap;m:'!0P;m;
TEL. Main 1.46
l)R. C. A. PETERSON
las ri-oDtt ed his office at . .
a6 Emma Street
; a-4 P.M.
OR WALTER HOFFMANN.
BERETANIA STRELT (opposite the
relephone 510. P. O. Box, SOL
Offlce hours: 8 to-.'O a. m.; 1 to h
. m.;7 to 8 p. m.;Sunc'ays, 8 to 11 a. m.
Dr. F. J. Rayncr,
Crown and Bridge
HUUK3 Q 1U I.
204 Boston Block.
DR. ALBBRT E. N1CH0L8
JD fc 03. t i to t.
112 Alakei Street, next to Masonic
Office Hours 9 to 4
, C. WALL, D. D. S
O. E. WALL, D. D. S.,
Love Building, Fort Street
Hours: 9 to 4. Telephone 434.
Dr. W. G. Rogers
EVE, EAR, NOSE AND THROAT
New Special Treatment for Deafness
No charge for consultations.
OFFICE-184 Hotel St., opp. Y.M.C.A.
HOURS o to 12-2 to ao-7 to 8.
We tit glasses
We grind lenses
Wc repair Clauses
FACTORV ON THE PREMISES.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BIDO ,
OVER MAY A CO.
Extracts Corns and Ingrowing Nails
HOURS Dally. 9 to 12 a.m. ; 1 to 5 p.m.;
7 10 o p m.
Sundays, 9 to 12 a. m.
PirmoN J. a.Matthewman
Peterson & Matthewman,
COUNSELLORS AT LAW
rsupHONS. Main its
IS KAAHUMANU ST
J. M. KANEAKUA,
attorney and Counsellor at
OOet: In the Occidental Hotel,
on Of King and Alakea Streets,
Chlntst and Japanese Firms.
i O. Boxti. TEL-white 9)1
Latest Styles, - Perfect Fit.
Cleaning, Dyeing and Repairing, a
lothes Dyed Fast Black or any color
J5 Hotel St., Neap Fort
T. KAT6UNUMA & Co.
A. g. OZAWA. M.o.rw.
GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY.
aporary Oflc.t Rooa t sp.UIri Spr.ck.la bills
g. T.I. 144
LADIES SKIRTS CLEAND
Clothing Cleintd, Dyid an Repaired
lUlia mnitG iuukuck
WFit guarantied. Low$t Prttt,
rart Strett, near Kukul, and tit" Orpheum Tb titer,
nrPrlcn: Cleaning ont tult, f tj Dyeing tult Jj.jo,
M. PHILLIPS A CO.,
Wholcule Importers and Jobbers
hropean and American Dry foaa
To t and Qaeen Btresti.
H. HAOKFELD & 00., I
iBKEBAL COMMISSION ABESti
or. Tort an J Qaeen Btreati Qcmuiit
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Below la printed the text of the mem
orial adopted nt the secret Republican
caucus, report of which appeared ex
clusively In the Bulletin:
Honorable William McKlnley, Presi
dent of the United States: ,
We, tho undersigned, comprising
members of tho Executive Commit
tee of the Republican party of the
Territory of Hawaii, nnd Republican
members of the Legislature, have tho
honor to submit tho following state
ment: A resolution having been ndopted
liv rnrtnln lM.tnl.ora nf l,o T.nt.1n(ir
of Hawaii making charges against
Governor Dolo and asking you to re
mnvo him from offlce. wo feel that It
Is due to you, to the Governor, to tho
Republican party In Hawaii and to the
political and material Interests of this
Territory that tho following -be laid
before you, viz.:
Said resolution Is very general In
character and contains no specific
charges; tho object of It Is to excuse
tho Home Rule party for Its failure
to enact substantial legislation, and to
lay the blnmc on the Governor. The
facts show that It Is Impossible for tho
Home Rule party to escape from the
responsibility of such failure.
At the Inst election tho Homo Rule
party elected over two thirds of the
House of Representatives nnd within
one of two-thirds of tho 8ennto. Sev
eral weeks before the meeting of tho
Leglslntttro tho members elected by
the Home Rule party nsBemblcd In
Honolulu, Investigated the various de
partments of tho Government, whero
they were accorded every courtesy and
facility, and agreed upon their legis
Rv vlrtuo of their majority tho
Homo Rule members of tho Legist
tnro naturally took, on the orgnnlia
Hon of tho Legislature, nil the offices
nnd tho control of tho comrrilttees of
both houses: they limited debate,
adopted n rule for tho previous ques
tloil. nnd thus obtnlned comnlcto con
tiol of tho Legislature, and had It In
their nowcr to fully carry out tho pro.
grnm prepared bv them. Instead of
nromptlv proceeding with legislation,
which they regarded as most Impor-'
tnnt For example, their County Bill,
ono of their main partv mensures, was
not Introduced until tho session was
half over, nnd was then found to bo so
full of errors, so Illogical nnd Incom
plete In form nnd Biibstancc, thnt tt
waB abnndoncd, nnd In tho closing
dnys of the session n substltutn bill
was Introduced, radically different
from nnd but llttlo better thnn tho
first. This was numerously nnd ma
terially nmended. nnd was finally
passed through tho Houso with many
ncknowledged deficiencies, which. Its
supporters stated, would bo remedied
In tho Scnnte. No comnlcto copv was
made of tho bill as it passed tho
House, but a patchwork copy of tho
original bill, with sections, lines nna
words erased or Interlined with a pen.
or stuck on with mucilage, was sent
to the Scnnte. No copies of the bill as
It passed the Houso wero sent to sena
tors: thp single mutilated Houso bill,
filled with erasures, amendments and
additions, nnd covering soino seventy
pages of leenl-can. was all there was
to Indtentc the Intention of tho Hono
concerning a bill which radically
chanced tho form of government nf
tho Territory. Tho bill was read the
first time bv tltlo: ti.o mntorlty refus
ed to refer It to n committee: refused
to have It printed; refused to allow It
to be typewritten, or even to fnrnlnh
senators with Information as to wh
the chnnges from tho original bill
On tho next dav tho bill was rend
through, Republlrnn senators taking
down hurrledlv tho amendments n
best thev could. The consideration of
amendments and nil discussion was
refused, tho mniorltv members pledr
Ing themselve. that rllseit.slon would
bn allowed nnd amendments consider
eil on third reading.
On the third dav. lenorlng thlr
pledgo, tho majority suspended tho
rule., read the bill bv tltlo. and thus
finally passed It, without tho Scnnte
having any conv of tho bill other thnn
tho single pntchwork copv received
from tho House, and without allowing
Republican senators on opportunity
to amend tho same. Other measures
deemed important by the Homo Rula
party wero similarly dealt with.
Being tho first session of tho Legis
lature since annexation constructive
legislation In a broad spirit was es
sential for tho welfare of every class
and Interest. Instead of adopting this
lino of procedure, tho majority party
refused to Introduro an appropriation
bill, although estimates thorefor wero
duly submitted by tho Governor at the
opening of tho session; nnd oven fail
ed to apportion tho Senators as requir
ed by tho Organic Act, although a bill
therefor was Introduced by n Repub
lican early In tho session, nnd tho
Homo Rule mcmbcrB wero repeatodlv
urged to pass tho samo or soma simi
Although annexation has deprived
tho Territory of all custom duties, and
of other rovenues, thus materially af
fecting tho finances of tho Territory,
nnd although tho Treasury Is In n
depleted condition, tho only rovenuo
producing measuro passed was Intro
duced by a Republican.
Ono of tho causes of tho fnlluro of
tho members of the Homo Rulo party
to nttnln their objects, and which pro-
vonted tho Legislature from accom
plishing mora, was the Insistence by
tho Homo Rulo members upon tho
uso of the Hawaiian language, In legls
lntlvo proceedings, notwithstanding
tho Organic Act provides that: "All
legislative proceedings shnll bo con
ducted In tho Kngllsh language."
They elected Interpreters nnd required
Interpretation of nil bills, resolutions,
motions and donates.
A further cause of delay and wnsto
of tlmo was tho apparent petty Jea
lousies nmong tho Homo Rulo. mem
bers, nnd their lack of any recog
nized lenderphlp. This was so appnr
cut that tho Prcsldont of tho Senate,
himself n member of tho Homo Ruin
party, resigned In disgust, giving ns
his rensons tho following statement
which Is of record:
"To tho Senate: Having ropented
Iv called tho attention of this liodv
to tho fnct thnt tho short tlmo nccord
cd to tho Legislature Is wasted In de-
bato on trivial matters which nr of
no Interest to tho people of this Ter
ritory, wbllo tho passago of measures
which were promised by all the polit
ical parties are delayed; that little or
no work Is being done by the several
committees, as evidenced by failure
to promptly report; that, as a whole,
the Scnato Is practically nn Inelflclent
body, and that the short tlmo remain
ing In which to perform tho respon
sible duties with which wo are en
trusted will prove utterly fruitless if
present methods arc continued; In the
nnmo of all the people nnd of nil the
parties who have entrusted us with
the high mission of state affairs.
Which InVOlVCS life, JllStlCO and
PPerty. nnd In genernl. the good or
dor of society and property of this
young Territory, upon which the peo
pie of tlio wtiolo Union are loowng
with profound interest, I protest
aeainst such an order of things, and I
appeal to the best elements of nil par
ties and of the people to unite for the
purpose of doing our plain duty to tho
people during the remaining half of
tho session. There Is not time to
Doing convinced thnt I can mora
fullv perform my duty upon tho Moor
of tho Senate, I therefore beg to tend
er my resignation ns President."
Wo ndmlt that there has been a lack
of hnrmony between the Legislature)
and tho Governor, but tho reason for
this condition Is shown by the rcsnlu
Hon of tho members of tho Homo Rule
party in tho following words, to wit:
"that a majority of the legislators
came to their duties prejudiced against
the Governor on his record for tho
previous seven years." and as n result
of this prejudice tho Legislature has
not dealt with the Governor In n
broad nnd liberal spirit But, after nil,
thcro has been no snch want of har
mony ns to intorfo'" with lorjlslntlnn
or to account for tho failure of tho
Homo Rulo party to pass Important
In refusing to extend tho session of
tho Legislature, tho Governor acted
with tho concurrence of the Repub
lican members of tho snmc.
This mcmorlnl Is signed by all tho
Republican members of tho Legisla
ture, nnd by members of tho Exccu
ty. Among them nre members of the
party who, during tho campaign and
since, havo differed from Governor
Dolo upon matters affecting party, week ending April 13, 31 cases nnd 2."
policy, but who now appreciate that deaths from plngiio occurred nt Hong
the Governor Is In harmony with tho.kong nnd 22 cases and 17 deaths from
party organization ns demonstrated i smallpox. On April 17 n caso of Plague
by bis public appointments,
From the foregoing facts It clearly
aopears. that tho members of tho
Homo Rulo party, after omplo prepar
ation nnd with an overwhelming t.m-
i h,, in .. i i,trl.Y;, "..' .iVh V,,n!"M I""80"0"8 anif Superintendent
' . .... .
power and opportunity to carry out
their measures, have only themselves
to lilamo for not doing so. The fact
Id that the majority of measures pass -
ed wero. Introduced by Republican
Tho resolution of tho members of
tho Homo Rulo party falls to show any
specific cnuso ot complaint against
the Governor, and, In our Judgment,
as loyal members of tho Republican
party, Is utterly Insufficient as a baBts
for any action looking to his removal.
Dated Honolulu, Hawaii, May C,
(Signed) II. P. BALDWIN.
Chnlrman Rcpub. Ter. Committee.
A. O. M. ROBERTSON,
W. II. HOOGS,
R. W. AYLETT.
A. F. ail.FILLAN.
J. W. K. KEIKI,
C. II. DICKEY.
J. P. COOKE.
B. 11. WRIGHT,
T MrCANTS STEWART.
Ex. Com. Rep. Party.
H. P. BALDWIN,
O. R. CARTER,
.T D. PARIS.
C. I CRABBE,
W. C. ACHI,
CHARITY EUCHRE GAME.
The Catholic Ladles' Aid Society
mado a great success cf their progres
sive euchre party of last evening, both
financially and socially. About forty
tables wero filled with players, and
much Interest was manifested in the
luck experienced by tho different play
ers. Four prizes wero offered by the la
dles. A spangled fan was the first
prize for tho ladles, whllo tho gentlo
man winner was rowarded with a sli
ver corkscrew, A lot of choice hand
kerchiefs nnd a leather cigarette case
were tho consolation prizes for tho lady
and gentleman losers.
After a short Impromptu program
was rendered by Captain Bcrger, Mr.
Cunha. 'Mr. Bowles, Miss Nolle, Father
Valfhtln, and James Dougherty, danc
ing was Indulged In to n late hour by
about eighty couples.
Mrs. Murphy, Mrs. Du Ilol, Miss Per
ry and Mrs. Carroll were largely re
sponsible for tho success of tho enter
tainment. New Look Out Wanted.
At a meeting of the Chamber of
Cnmmcrco yesterday, the rooms of that
organization wero given to tho Flro
Claims Commission at a rental of $50
Mr. Lowrey presented tho matter of
complaints ngalnst tho lookout at Dia
mond Head, Tho various members took
turns at denouncing tho preEent ser
vico nnd suggesting Improvements.
Messrs. Lowrey and Wight wero ap
pointed a commltteo to enll upon tho
Superintendent of Public Works nnd
recommend a chungo nt tho Blgnnl sta
tion. Tho nnmo of W. L. Hopper was added
ti tho roll of membership.
; NAGIC : headaches
E HEADACHES before
? WAFERS ij breakfast.
ftVXWWMXMill 10 t. all drasgW.
SMALLPOX GASES ARE
Board Approves Contin
uation of Mail
PRESIDENT COOPER IS
FOR WAR ON KEWALO
New Members Get Acquainted With
Numerous Details That Confront
Health Officers Each
After choosing Dr. C. B. Cooper as
president yesterday, tho new Board of
Health transacted a large amount of
routine business. i( i
Reports from the government physi
cians on tho smallpox situation at Wal
tnea and Llhuo were read. At both
places every Banltary precaution has
been observed and tho two cases at tho
former place and the one nt the latter
are on the high road to recovery. Dr.
Pratt reported having had an Interview
with Quarantine Officer Dr. Cofer upon
the smallpox question. It Is Dr. Cofcr'a
opinion that tho smallpox germs are
not from Porto Rico ns tho effects of
all Immigrants nro thoroughly fumi
gated beforo leaving that island. There
nro subsequent Inspections at New Or
leans nnd Port Angeles. In his opinion
the smallpox Infection camo from tho
Mexican border along which Immigrant
trains aro often sldo tracked for days
Tho question of fumigating tho malls
was brought up by Attorney General
Dolo. It was tho opinion of nil tho
medical members that this precaution
against the spread of smallpox should
Tenders for shoeing tho horses of tho
department wero received ranging
from ,$1.35 to $2.S0 per set of four
shoes. The lowest bid was that of
John McLaln which w-as accepted.
A letter from Quarantine Officer Dr,
Cofer was read stating thnt for the
nrpeared at Nagasaki.
Treasurer W. II. Wright
somo Information which would servo ns
a guide in the Issuanco of licenses to
Ttpvnnlilft u-rttpR fnr
Reynolds writes for Information con
cerning tho slzo of palal bundles to bo
required of contractors. Tho matter ot
. tnro supply for tho settlement was re
ferred to a commltteo consisting ol
Wm. Atild. E. A. Mott-Smlth and
Executlvo Officer Pratt.
An application of the Rev. James
McLaughlin for permission to visit the
leper settlement was dented.
Georgo Washington Smith wanted
permission to send somo leper medi
cine to friends nt tho settlement but
was refused permission.
The matter of provendqr for Board of
Health horses was dbctisser. A call
for tenders for barley wbb ordered,
A number of lepers wero ordered
from tho detention camp to tho settle
ment, A letter from President Smith stated
that tho Oahti College laundry w-as
being put Into sanitary condition
Food Commissioner Shorey reported
on somo samples of Japancso medicine
that had been submitted to him for
analysis. Ho found certain pills to
contain old fashioned salts, now con
sidered by tho profession as dangerous
to health . The matter was referred to
the Japancso Consul.
Dr. Garvin. Dr. Sloggctt nnd Dr.
Pratt were appointed 4 commltteo to
ndvlso tho treasurer as to tho qualifica
tions required to sell poisonous drugs,
Chemist Shorey was given orders to
prosecuto tho adulterators of milk,
Tho report of the finances of the
Maternity Home showed a balance of
cash on hand ot t0.0CS.50.
Beforo adjournment, President Coop,
er expressed his satisfaction with the
Hoard as now constituted. Ho was
sura that no incentive had led the
members to accept places on tho Board
besides those of public duty. Ho refer
red to tho Kowalo district as a dlsgrnco
to civilization nnd wished tho new
members to visit tho plnco personally.
ISSUE BONDS TO GUARANTEE
the faithful discharge of the duties of
Managers, Secretaries, Cashiers, Book
keepers, Clerks of Banks, Salesmen,
Agents, Office-men, Officers of Soci
eties and Lodges, Employees of the
United States Government of the Cus
toms and Internal Revenue and Post
Office Departmcnts.Colkctors, Drivers
of Delivery Wagons, Watchmen,
Shipping Clerks, Travelling, Sales
men, Contractors, Paymasters In the
Army and Navy, Importers and Ex
porters, Railroad and Street1 Hallway
Employees, Administrators, Executors,
Assignees, Receivers, and all peisons
holding positions of trust.
ThcPollcleao! the Company Cover
Plate Glass, including Lettering and
Embossing, and Plate Glass Mirrors.
Steam Boilers, Indemnifying the n
sured against loss or damage to pro
petty, or for accidental bodily Injury
or death, and covering periodical
GEAR, LANSING & CO., Agents,
IUDD BUILDING, FORT ST
Mams. BrokersNmd mm
H. P. BALDWIN Preside
J. B. CASTLE.... tst Vlce-Presldeat
W. M. ALEXANDER... -2nd Vlce-Presldeat
J. P. COOKE .....Treasure
W. O. SMITH Secretary and Auditor
Sugar Factors aid
-Commission Ageiti '
Hawaiian Commercial & Sugar Ce
Olaa Sugar Co.
Haiku Sugar Co.
Pala Plantation Company.
Nahlku Sugar Compan
Klhel Plantation Cc
Hawaiian Sugai Cc
Kahulul Railroad Company.
The California aid 9rkglal S. . ft.
W.G. Irwin &6o
Western Sugar Refinery Co., of Baa
Baldwin Locomotive Works, at
Philadelphia, Pcnn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Milt Co. (NaUoial
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8. A.
N. Ohlandt ft Co.'s Chemical FertJJt.
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Wm
tlllzcra for Cane and Coffee.
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR BALE
Parnfflno Paint Co.'s P. ft B. PalaM
and Papers; Lucol and
oils, raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint),
white and colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement,
GASTLE & COOKB
To. Bw Pl.ot.tl'.Co.
T. Walalua Ap kultnral C... L I,
Tb. Kobala Sue ar C.
TIM W.lB.a Sorar till C.
Tb. Fulton Iron Work.. St. ImIi, ,
Tb. SuataM Oil Co.
Tb. Co. F. Bilk. Sttaa Ptiait.
Tb. Nw Enrland LI a iDanraac. Ca. .1 .
Tb. .Btti. Fir. Int. Co. ot Hatlfwa,
Tb. Alllanca Aaturanc. O of Losla.
LvMa. JaakABHalB. LqLL-K
LIFE and FIBE
Sew England Mutual Life In
surance Co. of Boston.
.Etna Fire Insurance Compart
tVm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Minim
Claus Spreckels Vice Presldemt
W. H. Qlffard ..Second Vice Presldea
H. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treaa. and .
Geo. J. Ross Autltai
aanras of (
ftlANIO STEAMSHIP COMPAQ
OF HAlf FRAWTtRnO ft
Quaaa atiMt, HoboIoIi H.l
Hawaiian Anlculrurat Co;a, Aamtaaa fiaa.
Company. Ookala Sorar Plant. Co . Oiowa lit.
Co., Hooonu Surar Co., Waltuku SJf.r C... Maiw
Sua ar Co , Halaakata Ranch Co.. Molokal Maki-Plantar-a
Una San ft litca Packs! baa. tt wm
h Co.'. Lin. ol Boatoa Packat.
UST OF OFFICERS
0. H. Cooke, President! George
Robertson, Manager) E. F. BIstiOT
Treasurer ad Secretary! Col. W, I
Allen, Audit ir; P. C. Jone., H. Water
houne. Oeo.iR. Farter. Director.
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Mach ns. 8
F. W. Thrum,
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