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, HONOLULU. TERRITORY OF HAWAII, TUESDAY. -JUNE 18 1001
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Senate Reconsiders itenjs
That Were pissed !
SUBSIDY F6R STEAMERS
FAVORABLY ACTED. ON
Sen&tors Hare Completed, AlliBnt Jiw
Ilms Rill .NmfIv. UitAv .
To Pass Second
The Senate at this forenoon s'scsslon,
behaved very well. There wns not a
harsh' word ald and Uie work " went
along as If a progranf had been ar
ranged. Indeed, the SenaAe did so'well
that only a very few Items now remain
to be settled on before -the motion'' to
pass the Aproprlatlon bill In second
reading can be properly made. Theso
Items are still In the hands of the com
mittees to whom they were referred
And. as these have promised to report
tomorrow, the bill will, probably b
completed at thatjtlme. ,
When the Senate mcl this forenoon.
Mr. C, Brown Introduced' the following
bill, notice of which he had given a
fortnight or so acq:
An Act making special appropria
tions for the usc"of- rtie Territory of
Hawaii during the ensuing biennial
Section 1 reads as follows: The
following sums amounting to 11,079,
SOO are hereby appropriated out of. any
moneys which may be received by the
Treasury during the ensuing biennial
period from .the-sale, (of any .bonds
which may be Issued In accordance
with any law In force, or that may
hereafter be enacted.
(Here follows the detailed list of
Items for Vhlch tho $1,079,800 Is to be
This bill passed first reading and was
referred to the Printing, Committee.,
Mr. Kanuha introduced the (follow
Ing resolution for the appropriation of
money -for' Items not included In-the
Appropriation bill: J - ' ; 'i
Resolved. Thatrthe following sums
for the following, specltled'purpose be
placed In the general appropriation
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1. That the sum of $15,000 be appro
priated to erect a home, near tho now
Reformatory. EchooKfor poor children
who a"re citizens "of" the Territory" of
Hnu-nll. nnd' that the same be placed
on the government land between Katui-
ku and Lule, Oahu.
2. That the sum of $10,000 be appro
priated to improve the Reformatory
School at Kapalama'for poor girls and
establish' a ('department .for Indigent
children from the age of four months
to six years, who are citizens of the
Territory of Hawaii. ., r ,,
3. That the, turn ot.$is,000 be appro-'
prlated to improve Lahalnalun semi
4. That the sum of $20,000 for th
extension of Vineyard street to Ka
mehameha School for Boys. " ' J
5. That the sum or fl,spo-or tho
Kallht road' beginning from KaluUnl
Tract to the end. of 'said street near
' 6. That thi" aum of ,$B(),000,be appro
prlated for-the extension' pf-School
street to Kamehameha Fourthiroad..
7. That, the sum of 10,0q0,,bfl.apprct
prlated to Improve Pauoa. rood.
8. That the sum, of $30,000 be tip-
propnaiea to improve iving sirei-i iu
Moanalua. and $40,000 on same rtreet
to Walalun, Kahuku, the Koolaus tf
end of Nuanu road.
k 9., That the sum. of $2,000 be appro
priated for a street In Ivlel,,t?lfth Dis
10. That tho sum of $5,000 be appro
priated for all'the streets'at Kakaako.
11. That tho sum, of $1,000 be appro-'
prlated for the, purpoo. of obtailn3,
clearing, platting and fencing a 'public
THE FIRM OF
McClellai, Poii & Co.
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- annouice.that Jhey i
, 4 have' removed thHr- .
ofictoi: t, :
Rooms m and 5f'l '
where tlicv are prepared to
give to their clients prompt
and careful business service
In the lines of Real Bst'ate,
Insurance and Investments..
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cemetery to be located.on publtj.jandi
OnTmotlon Of MrrP&rlsrttila riaolu
Hpit'walfrfltfretf to'thrijrilc Lands
jJJomniltteatKlnVcstafe't .'I .
Xt this ootnt the Appropriation bill
rM'actBkl(anriS (of conaMcratlon.
11 On tnot(6n of'lfrAtm, thefbllowlng
Items under thr-head of Gomnjlstfon of
Agriculture aiidUforcstnrtjJMRedias In
the 'bill' Ooe-Half'vipefegcg and
Fretaht. Entootbloetst. 11000: Mater
ials Tools," Supplies", Hose'," Fencing,
etc.-$lC00rlnnOTtatlon-of Plants and
Seeds from Foreign Countries, and Col
lecting Seeds,".tl500; Stationery,
S&mpa,' BooksPcr)odleals, etc., $400;
AdveKlslngPriftttng ete.1 $150; Addi
tional Laborers' Quarters Nuuanu,
$600; Competitive Exhibitions of
Krulti, 'Vegetables, Plants, etc. $1000;
Feed "ShoelrigTetc, for Hprse, $400;
Traveling Expsnses for Commissioner
and Forester,. 11000; Quarters tor Two
Laborers and 8hcd, Tantalus Forest,
"The following Hems were then taken
up and passed as follows: Pay of
Commissioner .(Agriculture and Fores
try), reduced from' $7200 to $1800' ns
recommended byftie tommlsslonor;
Pny.ot Entomologist, $4000 ;Pay of
Chief Forester, reduced from $3li00 to
$3000!as 'recommended by tho commit
tee; Pay of Gardener, $2010; Pay of
Foresterr $12,040; ajiborer, Tantalus,
$518; 1 Laborer, Tantalus (new), $432;
3. Laborers (nurseries), $1290; 1 Labor
er, '$528! 1'ay RollThomas and Emma
The item, "Pay of Expert Forester,
$1800," was stricken out according to
the recomendatlon of the committee.
The Item, "IS laborers, Kuuanu For
est (10 more men), $84S0," was amend
ed1 to read as follows: Laborers, Nuu
anu Forest, $420. The latter llgure
It the recommendation of the com
The Item "Pay Roll. Mnklkl and Rlv
erfParks, (new), $2040," was.nmcnded
to:rcjvd as follows: 3"P.y Roll, River
Upon motion of Mr. Achl, the two
Items. relating to the erection of a hos
pital for diseased animals in Htlo and
pay of a veterinary-surgeon for the
same place, wero reconsidered and then
Mr,' Achl tried, to; get a "reconsidera
tion of the Item of pay roll-tor the Kn
lllil camp but the chair ruled that,
since more than one day bad gone by
since the Item was passed, it could not'
Next came a .reconsideration of the
following Item, whlch'was stricken out
at yesterday's session: Subsidy for
Steamship Service Botween Honolulu
Molokal, Maul, etc,, $5200. After much
discussion and three eermrate amend-
ments, the ,1 tern was passed In the fol
lowing shape: Subsidy for Common
Weekly Carrier Service between Hono
lulu (Oahu)t Kaunakakal, Kamalo, Pu
kno. Ilalawn, Wallau. Pelckunu (Molo
l(al);.Lah'nlna and Knnnhil yMnul), and
Knha'lcpataoa. Manele ' and ' Awalua
(Ijinal),- not (o exceed the sum of
$5200 and' to be awarded after public
bid or tender to the lowest bidder, $5,-
At 12 m.. the Senate took a recess
until 2 o'clock' . '
Comlssloner Robinson of the United
States Court heard testimony last night
from 7:30 to 10 o'clock, Inthe case of
tho United States' vs. H. II.' HatHeld'and
Joseph Johnson, charged with assault
on the high sea. The two defendants
re first and second mates respectively
on the Balclutha and the complaining
witness was Olaf Emblem, the ship's
carpenter. Three wltnen.es testified to
having .witnessed tho.r.rrault made by
Hatfield. 'The defense put on no wit
nesses but, Attorney V. A. Kinney
made a motion to discharge Hatfield
which was allowed. by the commission
er. The case of "Johnson was taken
This morning at 9 o'clock Commis
sioner Robinson decided 'the Joseph
Jthnsoncase, binding him over to ap
pear at the October term of the .United
States Court or before a Federal
Grand Jury, should one be called be
fore that time. His bond was fixed at
$1000. .The. witnesses in the case are.
also held under recognizance bonds of
$50 Oto appear at the same time.
cjiir gr.ocenes'riiHt iiduim vii.i w,jl
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" HAWAIIAN 8. A. R. MEKT8.
Tho annual meeting of the Hawaiian
Society of the American Revolution
was held yesterday afternoon. The re
ports of various officers showed tho
Society to be In a good condition'. The
Treasurer "reported a balance of $59.61
on hand.- The numberjof members In
good standing atyihU time Is'fi , '
"Registrar Prof, Alexander read his
annual, report of the business of the"
society during the year. He urged the
wledom of founding a' library of refer
Tho following officers were elided
for the ensuing year: .V. -R. Castle,
president; Frank S. Dodge, vice pres
ident; Wm. J. Forbes, treasurer; W. D.
Alexander, registrar; Wm. O. Atwater,
secretary. The board ftf trustees con
sists of A. F. Judd,- V. C. Parke and
F. J. Lowrey,
Take a ride on me Pacific Heights
Electric Railway and enjoy tho un
surpassed view nf ocean, mountain and
valley. Honolulu looks ita test from
Pacific Heights. Round trip 10 cents.
Convened This Morning
With Judge Gear
ITH PERJURY CASE
-COMES UP SATURDAY
Criminal Arrangements Are Set for
1 (To-morrow-List tt the Trial
.Jurors Summoned by
The special Juno term of tho First
Circuit Court 'was convened by Judge
CJeorgo D. Gear this morning. Tho '
Jury summoned by Ilaillft w: S. Elllsls
composed of the following persons:
William Piper Uarry, Frank Dennis,
Creedon. Joseph 'Patrick Gulnnane, I
Emeal Hammer. John A. llnKalmrnr.
John Harry Jones, Solomon Kalelopu,
Joseph Keakohtwa, George K. Wala,
Joseph Uhl Kuhla, John Carey Lane,
James L. McGulre. William II. Mc
Laln. Charles E. Moore, Elmer Ells
worth Paxton, Lucius1 Eugene Pink
ham, Percy Martin Pond, Louis Oe
.wciyu iTinco, junics ioveiie kock-
vitjUr, William Hitchcock) Rogers,
Chnrleg Henry Rose, Joseph Richard,
Harry H Simpson, Uaac Tcstiii ?
The roll of tho Jury wns called and
none,.wcro excused. The entire Jury
wns dismissed until tomorrow morn
ing. The forenoon was then devoted to
calllng'tho calendar andr nsslgnlng;" I)lacci1 H"1 m,! nre two or tbreu
causes tor trial. The disposition of
cases was embarrassed decidedly by
the, absence of several attorneys.t
On motion of I.brrlnAridrewi .hear
ing! on the plea In abatement' In tho
case of Walter G. Smith under Indict
ment for perjury was set for Saturday
at :30 a. m. i )Kl ,'1
Tomorrow all criminals under In
(llctjinent will be nrralgned.
After next Thursday courtwjll regu
larly convene at 9:30 o'clock-In the
The guardianship of Carl Lundahl,
an Insane person wast terminated, on
theshowlng that he had recovered and
had been released from the asylum.
P. D. Kcllctt, the guardian, wns or
dered discharged.., all, property r to be
turned over to his. Ward.,, O t
Demurrers will be argued this after
Friday !and,.next.'Monday) nre set
aside ns probate days. No probatc'busl
ncss except emergency matters will
be heard this term except upon these
days. , ..,, -l 1 ?
Sailors Union; Men
'Are on the Rampage
Lewis and, Turk, the shipping mas
ters, bad a' narrow escape from a bad
beating this morning at the naniti of
the Sailors' Union men-who. about
twenty strong got atter the shipping
nun rn Queen street. A a ruh-tu'o
partners are equal to five oVslv tailors
when they try to do th'in up but this
Funning there were at lean twenty !u
tho .bunch. t '. i ,
The trouble all arose -over the ship
ping of non-union ,crews by the (hip
ping masters. Tho Union have been
losing a great mam- Miliu Utelv
through th enterpriaq of I.cwl and
h!a pertner and thej arc becoming very
ugly. This momma vhen a.'crcw wiu
about to be shipped tai Sallori'f Uiiloh
pui ,ineiri icoi uown nnu uuciarca rnai
the jshlp should take uothtng'but Uf
union crew it sne naa to won nere an
summer. Lewis went out 'and got' a
crew andw'as on his way'with the men
O Tho following telegram .wm received by Judge Morris M, Estee yes-
' terday afternoon, he, having charge of United States District Attor- O
O uey JohntC. Balrd's 'mall .during;
O Mainland for his health.
O if. ... ' .vC J.
O John C .Balrd,, U. 8. Attorney,
O Honolulu Hawaii,
O By request of the Secretary of the Navy, you are hereby Instruct-
O ed to nstltuto,lmn)ediately proceedings on behalf of the United States
O for the condemnation oflands at Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, 'for naval
O 'purposes. Description of "the" lands'wlll bo furnished by Lieut, Com.
O Pond at Honolulu". KNOX, Attorney Gcnejul,
When asked what course would bo pursued, Judge Estee said:
O "This will be an action to condemn land for the United States and
O will bo conducted pursuant to the laws of the Territory except when
O they conflict with the Constitution and the statutes of tho United
O "Tho lnstructlonx nro that action be Immediate, nnd tho absenco of
O Mr. Balrd will not prevent the filing of n petition accordingly within
O tho speclflod thirty days."
O It Is understood that special counsel will be secured to begin the
O action nt once. "
to 'the shipping commissioners when
the Union men Jumped him. He' ran
Into the store of Wilder & Co. on Queen
street nnd a policeman seeing that
thero was going- to bo trouble sent
word to 'the station and soon there was
a squad of police on the spot but too
late to seo the trouble, Warrants were
aworn out by Lewis for the arrest of
several of the men and tomorrow they
will have a, chance to explain matters
iri'the' Police' Court.
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Word waa received here by the last
steamer that within n month there will
bo' established a new llne'bf freight
ttcamers between Seattlo and this
port Messra. Unrncson & Chllcott of
the northern' city have Incorporated
under tho' firm name of the Globe
Transportation Company and'have now
on the way out front Now York three
steamers newly built for the trade.
The8leanM,r8 " tbo Eureka. 2800 tons.
""vl" rapacity, tho Tamplco, 2000
tonB carrying capacity rnd the Meteor,
3100 capacity. On the 8th of Juno
lho Eureka was thirty days out from
w York " ,ier wn' t0 s,at,le nd
1 1B "Pecien inai sne will leavo tne lai
tcr port on tho first of August for Ho
nolulu. ' " '
Arrangements have been made with
the Great Northern nnd Northern Pa
cific Kallroadsto do all their carrying
trom ine north to tne isiandB and It
Is thought, tha't even If the steamers
can not get return cargoes of BUgnr
they will pay If they get full cargoes
for the Islands. They aro built to
carry big loads On a minimum con
sumption of ronl nndHt is thought by
making round trips in'twenty-Ove days
that they' can be operated nt'a big
profit. The local agency has not yet
Arms after the line.
FIGHT AT CLUB 8TABLE8.
There was a disgraceful occurrence
at the Club Stables yesterday after
noon In which two horse trainers nnd
a horso fancier figured. It seems that
Chris Holt was riding out of the sta
bles when Jockey nurns passed a nasty
remark about Holt's crowding him .or
his horse which stood nearby. .Holt
stopped and asked Burns to repeatfhla
remark; 'Barns did sol" Holt" Jumped
from Us buggy, and went toward
Burns. There were some hot words
and blows followed. Rums was Join
ed by O'Brien nnd botii wero doing up
Holt when Officer Nisei (Jackson ap
peared on the scene, lie tried to separ
ate the fighters when Burns struck
htm. ' Jackson squared off from tho
bunch and gave his aole attention to
Burns who very soon found that his
reputation ns a fighter was not very
much help for Jackson landed an awful
blow on his forehead, resulting iu a
cut that required stitches later on.
O'Brien, seeing tho fata of his com
panion in the cowardly astiiult on Holt,
turned to Jackson who, In the mean
time 'had handed over Burns to the
tender care of Ofllcer Nellsen. Jack
son gave O'Brien, a Jose of the same
medicine which he had given Burns.
A man by the name of.Currey was also
arrested for taking part In the fight
anil, all three men wero taken toth
SALVATION ARMY WBDDING.
The Salvation Army wedding at the
X. . u. a. hall lost nlgh was an In
teresting, event to the large number of
spectators as well aa a happy one for
the principals, Captain J. II, P, Jensen
and Adjutant Maude Sharpe. There
were over four hundred people pres
ent. The platform was decorated or
'dressed with the colors and emblems
of the" army
The ceremony was performed by
Malor Wood, the nrescrlbed mnrrlaee
formula of the Salvation Army being
pronounced. .Mr. J. JicuormicK served
as beat man nnd Miss Minnie Sharp
ns bridesmaid. -
the absence of the latter on the O
Washington, D. C, June 7, 1901.
Would Give The Four
$6,000 a Year.
EMHELUTH AND QILFILLAN
HOLD A TETE-A-TETE
Beckley Attacks Registrar of Convey-
ances Gilfillan Lectures on
" Perks "--Other
In the House the saary bill still
hangs fire on third reading. Only
four Items remain to be passed, but the
House always bucks at the Idea of
getting rid of the' bill on third read
ing. Tho four Items left nrp'the salaries
of tho Attorney General, Treusurcr.
Superintendent of Public Works, nnd
Commissioner of Public i Instruction.
These, would, undoubtedly have been
passed this morning atjftOOOO'-apIcce
uiu iur a mouun to aajourn culling on
further deliberation on tho matter.
Mobsman started the debate by mov
ing that the Attorney General's salary
bo flxcil at JDOA'. Mnkalnal moved to
Include nil four of tho Items under
that salary. '
"Mr, Speaker," began Emmcluth, "1
nm entirely opposed to any such move
as this. Tho salaries In tho States are
not nearly aa high "as those wo have
here. In Oklahoma, the Treasurer re
ceives J1S00 a year.
"Mr. Speaker," Interrupted Aylott.1
"the gentleman is out of order,- as the
previous question has been moved nnd
seconded. ; ' J '
"Vcs.'I'know It has," replied Erame-
luth, "and. I know that you belong to
the class, that try to choko every deA
hater off. Whut kind of a man Is this
Attorney General? Just tho other 'day,
I went to his office and found hla whole
department traducing .the-character of
a gentleman employed In one at 'the
other departments. He Is a man who
spends a great deal of his time with
L. A, Thurston.' From this 'time 'on.
Mr. Speaker, this la to be n personal
campaign from the Governor down to
the lowest clerk, and salaries will be
governed accordingly, arnllcmen, the
Treasurer of Utah gets but 11000 a
"Mr. Speaker," began Makokau; ''we
are not talking of Utnh but of tho Tcr
rltory of Hawaii. They are not the
tame thing at all.1
"The honorablo gentleman forgets to
mention the 'perks,' " Interrupted Gil-
Qllnn. "A man In that position can
afford to, spend Wny times his salary
"Tho what?" asked Emmcluth. "The
'perks,'" answered Ollflllan. "Please
explain,' said tho gentleman from thi
-TerksJ''ropllcd Ollflllan, fls a cr.
Join; percentage on'all public mbney're
cetved by tho Treasurer," and Emmo-
Pacle Woke off the Emmeluth-Ollfll-
Ian tcto-a-tete by moving to fix alt
the salaries at 16000.
A motion to adjourn cut off further
I House bill 3, provldlng'for the cur
rent expenses for the next two years,
came up -for second reading.- On mo
tloni'of.Kmmeliitb', It1 was referred back
to the Flnanco Committee with tnstruc
ttons to segregate the Items" under the
different, districts, so that each Island
delegation could report, on thorn sep
arately. ', ' t
hn considering the Registrar of Pub
He Conveyances, Beckley attacked this
ofllcer rather severely. . He stated that
tho, present Incumbent was not worthy
his position nnd, more than two-thirds
of his time was spent getting but his
annual report at a loss to the govern
ment. Tho clerk there did all the
work, getting no holidays nnd word
ing all day long. He moved to, lower
'tho salary to $3600, and his .motion
finally carried.,- - ,V- ,.. ,
Aklna Interjected, "tho'Reglstrar could
bo Indicted for receiving money under
fAn item of $5000 was appropriated
for tho keep of lunas and Jailors on
,Tho House adjourned at 12:10.
'' Telephone Boy Killed.
Poaka, a natlvo lineman of the Mu
tual Telephone Co., who was Injured
lii a fall from one of the poles while
working down town last week,- died lit
Walalua yesterday. It wns seen tbut
the poor fellow could not live and.
shortly after tho accident which re
sulted In Internal Injuries, he was sent
to his people down the road. Theio
ho lingered until yesterday,
JUDGE GUAR MAKKH DLCIHIONS
The case of Jonathan 8hawf-"''Tnx
Collector vs. C, W. Booth, wns decided
yesterday by Judge Gear, , By the Judg
ment, Booth Is required to pay Jl'-OO
Inxea with 10 per cent penalty nnd
court costs. This tax wns assessed
against Pacific Heights phporty which
defendant claims had passed from hit
ownership prior to January 1. Three
trespass cases were nlso decided. M,
Barnnrdo, plaintiff In each, was award
ed one dollar damages against Crcs-
plno da Camarn whoso four horses had
trttpassnl. The defendants Inlthe oth
er, two cases were given iiiugment to
their cW, J'--
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With the, performance of Lost In New
York .this evening,' the engagement of
tho' Ellcfo'rds 'closes'. The company will
not leave until the end of the week,
but will devote their leisure tlmo to
sight seeing. Tho average theatrical
company Is too busy during their en
gagement to enjoy many of the beau
ties of the Islands1 anil the Ellcfords
are glad of tho opportunity. Arrange
ments have been "made whereby the
company returns next year with a new
repertoire. The Ellcfords' havo thor
oughly pleased Honolulu audiences and
are assured of a welcome on a return
Tho house was crowded last night
to the doors and the bill kept tho audi
ence thoroughly entertained from tha
rise to tho fall of the curtain. There
nrn plenty of specialties and the play
Itself Is n series of 'sensations of which
Jessie Norton Is the center.
Articles of Incorporation hnvo been
filed with 'tho; Treasurer by' the Royal
Hawaiian Hotel Company, Limited,
taking over tho business of tho Royal
Hawaiian Hotel as now conducted and
the property on which tho business U
carried on. The parties In the new
corporation nro the' same as those In
the old. to wit: Henry R. Macfarlanc,
Edward1 C. Macfarlanc, George W.
Macfarlanc, William Llshmnn. Mason
V. W. Gilbert and John Ross. Tho
purposes of tho corporation are to oper
ate the hotel and carry on such busi
ness as may bo Incidental thereto.
Tho capital stock Is $200,000 divided
Into two thousand shares of the par
value of 100 each. Option Is reserved
tc Increase tho capital to $1,000,000.
IN THB POLICE COURT.
Thero wero twenty-threo cases on tho
Pollco Court calendar this morning,
most of them being assault and battery
cases. Asal, a Japanese, who was In
dicted by the Grand Jury will not havo
a trial before Judge Wilcox but Is fbc
Ing held' for fthe' next' Circuit Court
term. Five nattvb boys who live at
Moanalua appeared In the Police Court
charged with assault and battery W
Hot Chuck. Their cases were dismiss
ed. The case" of the Ave boya ugalnstt
Hoi Chuck for assault with a weapon
wns nolle pros'd. One of the cases
against H. A. Hadlcy, charged with
gross cheat was nolle pros'd, and tlm
defendant held to answer before the
Circuit Court on tho other, Apuu, a
small native boy wns reprimanded by
tho court, for being1 a habitual truant.'
He wns discharged on promising to bo
a good boy. .The case of Frank Barato
charged with' assault and battery on
Ah Chan was set for June 19th.
The participants In the free for nil
fight which took placo In tho Club
Stables yesterday afternoon apeared In
the Police Court this morning. There
wns no attempt at prosecution by tho'
sheriff and the men pleading guilty
were flnecrand the cases closed. ;
Three drunks were' fined S3 and costs
Thecddlng of Miss Victoria Seal
and William Belllna took place this
morning at St. Clement's chapel. Rev.'
Mr. Usborne performed tho ceremony.
Mr. and Mrs. Belllna sailed In tho K.1
nau for Kahlklnul Ranch of which Mr.
Belllna Is tho manage.
them so i
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