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Vol. Xf. Ko. 1910.
HONOLULU. TBRRlTORYj 0 HAWAII. SATURDAY AUGUST 17 1001
1'ltIOH 5 OENT3.
H BY HOODLUMS
RECENT EXPERIENCE OF
UACK1HEN OF THIS CITY
Kakaako Infested by a Gang That
Attacks Passing Vehicles With
Stones Police on
If a certain gang of hoodlum that
Infest that part of Kakaako on the
beach road just a little bejond thi
Kerosene oil warehouse, runs tin
against the follow Ins Imckmen, they
hail better give them n wide berth:
C. Tobln, C. Jtcdtilre. Mlko Costoll'i,
1'rank Llllla anil I'at Kooney. It may
bo against he law to uirrj we-ipoc!
but the hackniui feel thnt self protec
tion Is one of the drat things tln't 4
man must look to.
Tor the past three weeks or so, huk.
men liac met with disaster nt the
point mentioned. They havo not onlj
been pelted with rocks and other min
sles but In a couple of Instances, Jmva
been taken from their chicles and
beaten. This has been the work of a
gang of hoodlums who, up to the ,) res
ent time, hae kept the Identlttei of
the members a secret. Their object 1
nothing but malicious mischief. Tho
scamps are in the habit or hiding in tun
glue bushes that abound In the lo
callty mentioned and from that point
throwing their rocks and other in la
ales a t passing vehicles.
A week or so ago, Charles McOuIr
got a load from one of the throng
steamers. His passengers were n man
and his wife who wished to sec vvbating t n mhaiue of the urrlvnl of the
there was to be seen and so. nmoniigneyors It was a sort of n grab at
othci places, the driver took them lorrthc big end of the log. Mr. lloyd sajs
A drive along the Ala Moana road.
1 he) had arrived at the point where
other hackmen had been attacked when (
there was a perfect halt of rocks. The
ilrhcr was knocked senseless. One
stone went through the glass In the
, , , ., . ,,.,., 1 ," I ue'icgiiie vviicox rec-Hneii nine erai
back Pr the hack and struck the lady , , h Mariposa the following let-
n flu, liunit -Tito ill viir uifa atulilnn-! a ' ' ...
in the head. The dilver was sudden
1) pulled from his seat and thrown 011
he ground. The. horse was hit with
something and, rearing, plunged for
ward into the daikiuss, carrlng .i-vay
the two pafsenncrs lu thujncantlmc,
tin1 luKkman was belm; beaten by his
Tli eman In the carriage was equal
to the occasion. He Jumped to tho
telns and soon had the horse nt a
standstill. Then he drove back to Ihe
assistance of tli ehackman but by that
time, the hoodlums had dlg.ipp?aici
from the scene. Tho haikmnu was
assisted to his seat and then tho party
diove to town.
Tho other night. Pat Hooney received
Blmllar treatment at tho hands of tlm Mat on. Ra , Afg. 4. Hx-Congress-t-ame
gang and the remainder of thel-""- JnIm-ii 1Iout v " icpresenteil
hackmen mentioned above have all I this dlsti let In Congress for twenty
bctn pelted with stones although nim,rti8. and who was sent to Hawaii by
of them havo et been beaten. President Cleveland an ComnilRslonir
Last night a number of the hackmen P'"1"1'01'"1 "' 6 lln, "' he levolu
tonteined got together und went to tho tlon in the Islands, has Buffered a
place, bent on doing up the gang of stioke of parnl.vsls and is In a ciltlcal
hoodlums If the happened to run condltlun nt his lountiy home near
acioss them, evidently they got wind here.
l. n . ann.n. Iiln.. . not. I .... ... .l.n... ' p"
mm rvi.tviuiiif) nuuiu iu''c. I. J liivil'
If they showed themselves, for every
thing In that locality was as quiet as '
Cinvrjatd. The polite havo been n
tilled and will keep i sharp lookout.
If an umbulaiue with two or threw
wounded tough characters happens to
drive thiough the stuets of the clt
one night very soon, people- need not
It might be mentioned In passing
that on Sunday night last, Harney Joy,
oue of the special police, was driving
along In the same locality when ho wi
htld up by tlir hoodlums. They cur
ed him to get out and Unlit. Ho repli
ed (hat he was willing to fight any two
of them hut three was too many und
besides that, they might be aimed with
all kinds of weapons and he wanted tn
play baseball for n short time yet.
Theieupon, ho struck his horse a sharp
blow wlih the whip and escaped fiom
k possible heating.
Sii'lit fop tne Annrctlc.
Cov.is lisle of Wight), Aug. . The
lliltlth Antartlc exploration ship Dis
covery sailed from hero this nfteinonn
for the nturcfk legions,
HAVE YOU SEEN THE
They are out for a trial svery day or
two now, and in a few days will
run every 20 minutes to
Have you aeen the excavation oi
Wilder avenue opposite Alexande
street? The toundatlona are nov
ready .o bolt down the new high-lift
pumps to aupply the water for College
Two weeka will give realdenta 'n
College Hills Transportation and Wa
ter. Give the Salea Agents a chance to
show you the property.'
McClellan, Pond & Co.
or Castle & Lansdale
New York, 'Aug. 10. Reports having
been received In this city by cnble rocs
sage to the effect that Thomas Upton
had semi-official fnformntlon that the
Columbia would defend America's cup
against Shamrock It, 1 reporter of the
I'ress was Informed that, although the
trial races between the Constitution
and the Columbia will not be held for
three weeks, a majority of the cup
committee has agreed that unless alter
ntlons iow under way make the Con
stitution a much Improved boat It
would bo Inadvisable to select her as
the cup defender.
J. I'ierpont Morgan being asked. If he
had hear ft of the cup cora-',tceV
viftva, sa"id: "It Is absurd to talk of
this before the trial races. I decline
to say an thing further."
is ie m iii
The scrap between Justice Terry and
tho Department of Public Works over
the line of the Walalaa road according
tc the Attorney General may be set
tled satisfactorily to both sides. He
said: "It Is probable that a line can
bo agreed upon which vlll be more
acceptable to both the government am?
tn the Perry heirs than cither of the
old lines claimed by the respective pur-
I ties. The road will be stralxhtened by
Superintendent LSojd -aid that some
time ago this kind of a settlement was
thought of and he had planned to send
out Biire)oiR with the Road engineer
to run new lines. Ills astonishment
all came from the dlst-ovci) that Perry
had toin down his fence and was mov
It Is now nut of his hands and the At
torney General may do as he pleases.
LY.I1AN WA8 fcUZCBSSFUL.
tcr from Clarence K. l.jnian which
proves he) und a doubt (hat tills oung
Huwallan was successful In passing
hls'examlnatlons nt West Point:
Hear Ml. Wilcox- Our examinations
sre'ovei and I h-vvo hrn"udmltted as
a cadet. There were foit.-iilno rnndl
dates for admission and thlrt)-two
were Admitted. The battalion Is going
tn Duffalo In two weeks so that vv
ere hnlng drilled veiy hard In order to
hn In shape to go.
Very truly joum,
(Signed.) CI.AHi:.NCi: K. LYMAN 1
BLOUNT 18 HARALIZED.
Attorney Win. K. I'lemlng, who la
associated with Thomas Kltcli, had a
lively spilut In search of documentary
evidence jesteiday afternoon. He
wanted it copy of the ugicement be
tween tho striking plumbers and tho
Master Plumbers' Association In con
nection with the damage suit brought
li Charles K. Drown against the Mas
ter Plumbers' Association. Mr. Flem
ing struck the trail, ran It down final
1 coming to the domicile of President
Davidson of the Masters' Association.
Mr. Davidson said the document had
Hultnn In Poop.
Constantinople, Aug. !. The Trail-co-Turkish
dispute on the quay claims
remains unsettled, Turkey persists tn
tho Idead of purchasing the imajs
fioni the Trench enmpun) but It Is
Impossible to find the money at present
owing tn the Impoverished condition of
the tre.isiuy 'I lie Potto today again
Informed M. Cnnstans, the Trench Kin
bassador, that the Tieuch conditions
for tho transfer of tho quavs were 1111
Rcndy to Dcpiipt. '
Washington, Aug. 10. Navy De
pal titient olHclals confirm tho pi ess re
port from San Diego, Oil , that the
United States battleship Ranger hab
been ordered to get In leadlness for a
trip to Panama, No order dlifotlng her
to leave for the Isthmus hns yet gone
This Is tho thlrt) -seventh bli th.lay
of Ilex Hitchcock hut he really doesn't
look It. Hn waa recolvlnn ho man)
slaps on thH hat'k hy hU nunieroii'
friends this morning tint hn went o,n
to his ouarrleg for a load of rocks will'
which 'o retaliate.
MOST PfcOPLE PATROiSUn TIIL
Merchants' Parcel Delivery
WHY DON'T OII?
Call up BLUE Htil when you wish
to s-nJ anvthlng down town, and re
qu:st vour deaier to send vnur goods
home by the M. P P. Co.
. Prompt delivery and ...
careful attention assured.
MORE QW ROBBERIES
FORT STREET BUSINESS
HOUSES ENTERED LATELY
Honolulu Photo and Supply Co.
Loses $56.20(1 Pacific Cy-
Clue to Thief.
Honolulu seems to be fast approach
ing the time when men will have to go
about the streets at night time with
revolvers in their hip pockets and
when each business house of the city
will have to tako extra precautions thnt
ever) thing of value Is In a double lock
ed place. The present ear has been
pi oil tic In robberies, hold-ups and oth
er crimes of a like nature. Inat there
has been nil Int lease of this sott of
thing from the beginning of the jcai
to the present time, Is 1 well establish
ed fact as will bo proved b) 11 gtanc
ut the police records.
House hi caking is the most gi ncrnlly
accepted nnd latest fad among tho
thieves and thugs that have iceently
come here from the Mainland, it will
be remembered that, 1 short time ago,
King Ilcos,' art stoic on Hotel street
was entered nnd a conslcleiaiii- sura
of money stolen. On Tluira.... nlghl
last there were two more icjocrlcs
One was ut the Honolulu Photo and
Supply Co. and the other nt the Pa
clftc Cjclcr) Co.
At the former place, the thief enter
ed from th eroof and came down the
steps tha.t leads Into the laboratory
anil developing looms on the second
floor He went down stuns, 01 tiled tho
till and stole therefrom the sum of
f."i;..(l. Besides this amount, there was
a lot of money lu cheeks nnd money en
dors. Evidently the ill let "Id not see
much lu these so he nlluwcd them to
I'led Church, manager of the photo
compan), stated tliia morning that
there weie u tot of valuable lenses near
c which, If sold, wcnl ilnel a very
handsona- sum. These vvcio not touch
ed. No doubt the thlf-f verts oT.'y attet
haul cash He stated further tnnt, had
the thief been oue night earlier, ho
nilnlit h-ve made a haul of something
over $10(1. When the thief rendu this,
he will ver probabl) kick himself at
the thought that his mascot did not
work 11 little better
The Pacific Cjelery Co, did not yield
the thief good results. He anly found
Jl.70 In the till of tho blcyclo company.
After he had satisfied himself that
there was nothing mom 10 be had from
that place, ho walked over to the type
writer depaitmenl which Is presided
over bj Mr Ilanlson. 'I litre the result
was even woise. Mr. ilanlson lost
something like 11 couple of hundred
dollars a shuit time ago lu the very
same way nnd so, of late, be has been
ll the habit of cctiactlng eveiy rent
fiom the till upon leaving the store at
The thief who took the mone) Irom
this place, entc red lij the sk light,
came down through the enameling
room and thence, gained his way to the
lower Moor, Upon leaving, he did net
bother to open tho b.rk door hut niacin
his exit through the sk) light again.
1 he fac t that this was the sama mi thoc
used to enter the photo compan) a
Store seems to piove conclusively that
the same men attended to the two Jobs,
GORMAN INCREASES LEAD
Goiman lenialns in the lead and Is
ginduill) diawlug away fiom tho oth
er contestants, Leslie, who mndo such
a favorafile Imptejslon In last Sutur
da)'s game, holds second place, and
Thompson Is pit-ssing Itobcrtson for
The pilzo otieiid by tho Bulletin Is
on exhibition In the window of 11 b'.
Wldimun, 117 Tent stie-et. nnd will bo
mi .ttif.nti.fl In flw, tiliicnr rnri.lclliir flip
greatest nuiuiiir ol votes at the close
of the icintest Oct 15
'Ihe standing of tho contestants
voceci mi- win oe puiiiiBiiun i-iu n uitii
ins In tho Bulletin until tho closo of
the contest. i
In addition to the coupons to be cut
from the llrut page of tho Bulletin,
pew substilbers aro to he given 'e -
celpls with coupons attached, entitling
them to miIcr as followa:
One month 40 votes
Three months 150 votea
Six montht ,....350 votea
One year 750 votea
Weekly Edition, 1 year.. 100 votea
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AYLETT . .. .
PERRY (JUDGE) .
CENSUS OFFICE GIVES
Chinese and Japanese Laborers in
Large Majority Few
Women in Ter
ritory. Special to the Bulletin. J
Washington, I). C Aug. 4. The U
S. Census Olllcc has prepared two but
Ictlns setting forth certain Interesting
facts with regard to the pcopl? of th.
Hawaiian Islands, as regards sex, gen
eral nativity nnd color, school, militia
and voting ages, 'Ihe first of thtsr
bulletins shows that there Is .1 larg.i
proportion of males h.11 fomilea iu
the Islands Of the total population
numbering 1."I,ijqi iu(,0TJ are mates,
and 47,(.12 female.
The total white population Is CC,-
S'JO. 54,141 of the be b3lug native born
The Japanese of Hawaii number CI,
lit and the Ch'nese MiC", tho greater
proportion of both nationalities being
males, and liboieis llased on tha
above figure s, i Is tl mated that iJ.I
per cent ot the population of Hawaii
are males. The foreign born element,
constitutes vuy nearly three-llfths 61
In lnu theie were in Hawaii 33,774
children of school age, ranging from 5
to 20 jcais. Of this number, l'J,0J3
wire male and 11,740 females Tho
males of mllitl 1 age, ranging from 18
to 44 j ears. numhred 7,3'Ji!, and tha
tnalcj of voting age, Including all over
SI, numbered 7!i,M)7. Of this latte-
elass oul) 13.01,1 were native bom., and.
but ltl.riiG were whites.
In th eclt) of Honolulu are 11,117
children of school age, U.SjO males of
nillltla age, and 1C2C7 males of voting
J. A. HRIX'KONS.
For groceries ring up Illue 911.
BLOCK HOUKK CAPTURED.
London. Aug 10. A dispatch from
Lord Kitchener, dated from Pretoria
"A blockhouse near llrandfort
(Oiangx River Colon)) wns rushed
and captured b) the Doers, after se
vere fighting, the night of August 7
' I'lllott bus captuicd seventy pris
oners and large quantities of stock and
wagons which he is (.ending lu No de
tails have been received,"
cSoldicPH ClotlicH to LeperH.
Major Zleglcr Captain Johnson and
Lieutenant florman as n benid of sur
vey, have Inspected the property of the
National flu.ird On their report, a
quautlt) of blouses nnd trousers weie
condemned This clothing Is still ser
vlccnlde as a protection from
weathei. 'Ihe lot was turned over tn
the Hoard of Health to be sent to Moto
II) tho Mariposa last evening, friends
of Pu master George Tucker Smith
who was here lu both tho 1'lilladclp'tf.i
nnd Ileniilngton u number of timer., it
reived announcement cards tolllm; il
his marriage with Miss Kthel Grubl;
(fall In New London, Conn., Angus1 7
Thesev coupons arc eletarh.iblo nnd
must be torn fiom tho subscription re
ceipts nnd deposited In the ballot box
the same as the first pago coupons. It
will bo seen that for $!., the suhsclp
tliiu prlco of the Kvenlng Bulletin foi
one )car, 750 votes aro allowed to n
new subscriber, whereas the siine
amount of money would buy onl) iw
votes It spent for single copies of I'io
Bulletin on tho street. The sum of SI
..... ,.., t.il.i.tv ,otl, if HPnt ir
'" "" t"!"ty ,qUB ,r pen, ",r
I eighty single copies of the Bulletin
with tho newsboys or at the business
i umic Th,g nmount ()f money lf ex.
1 . . . ,
"'""K"" '"' " " "" " ' "
jhubseriptlon to the Dulletln, will se
cure 350 votes. One dollar for one
) ear's subscription to the weekly edi
tion entitles the subscriber to 100
While Dr. Ilonar was on his way
home from Camp McKlnley last Thitia
day night, ho had an ev.,erlenee with
footpads which tho footpa-x will not
fcoon forget. The doctor left Ms lion
and buggy nt the Club Stnbles nt abuut
)( a. in., and started for his home on
Ucretaula street Near tho curio stota
n,: or;MiliSh?r.d.Boid Scheme T,vice Turned Down-
ordered him to hall. Ilonar responded
with a swift right bander, which scut
the footpad to his knees, giving the
doctor n chance to walk on his way
Tho two disconcerted brig lints, held
R hasty council and turned to follow
Dr Ilonar, The doctor picked up a
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""""" " " l " ' cu.'i in-Scnia.
something about sudden death They
promised not to shadow him and the
Dr. Ilonar f.i)s ho could Identlf) the
tuen (specially tho one he Knock)
down. He did 'not report the matter
(n Hit. 1,1111 n. i. u,.. mr,,.. r.f t,
opinion that ho encountered a eouple
r ti , i.... i 1.1.1.
of late roundels than two real hljh-
JBHHIi JAME8 TONIGHT.
The Youths' Dramatic Club had a
full ciresn rtiiearn.il of Jerse Jamca'
Oath Inst night nnd evei)thlng waa
pronounced n full working order tor
the Performancp tonight A numb-
of HptcJaltles have been arranged for to
be presented between the acts. Th
iniidevllle part of tha entertainment
will consist of dancing ca'Jtsjfcd wlrr
Scats have been reduced to 80 centt
slid 2S rents. The box otlleo Is opcr
all da) to a( commodate patrons.
IWILEI CASE ON TRIAL
The tllal on the Issues In the In-1
Junction suit against the Iwllel stock-' ri-commenus the Issuance of Territorl
adc came on for trial btfoic Judge Gear nl bouds for 7!i9.(JOO .cnargenble- on
todaj. Thomas Kltch for complain-1 the general revenues or the Territory,
anls and Andrews, Peters & Atulrado hut not on the credit or uie public ilo
for respondents. Witnesses called by mnln' to '"' redeemable In not les
plalntlrf to prove the character of thei,lmn ''v" itan n"l unyn1''" ' t
Tmi.T'&X-s'li'. """ ;.m',-"' -v!if:dc,,rerT;Xn;i
o II lar, were M, Sullivan. High iA,gga,llro j,a8B tll0 nt.tl.8sary
Sheriff 111 own, Oznw a. Oincer Spencer, 'nppn.printion mil providing Tor tho
and Rev Mr Aztilll. The only Inter- expenditures set rorth m Section 55 In
cstln, testlmuii) was that given by t,he Territorial Act.
Ozawa, The stockado was liansferredl The accietary ot the Interior In his
to him nt the beginning of the ear. latest reply says that new leglslatln..
He was questioned nnd cross question- Indispensable to tho bonded Ibsii-.
ed by counsel and tliu. Com but could nml ''lut llU" n"nor nas not hull
aot he Induced to admit that he knew au''1 ,llnt "I10!1 ll!Moir has b-en
n, ..., i i i ... . ..... ... i . had, nor can It be satoly anticipated.
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ants had been ,;ull'. f iinbecutiiiti
conduct, He bald tbit mi far us lin
knew the woni-it vho rented uioiiia
fioiii his agert vcio th" tlii"s: nml
tarit fastidious In lb" Inn 1 Nnbodv
InJ ever Intimated to t.ilj lut.oent
v.ltiesr and pioiiiso- of Iwllel thai
tho Flock tile .n a "Jjiuni. ' i .in;'
ii.iiin esc Iniiirn
An attemtp to land u Chinese from
tho America Maru was frustrated hy
Inspector Dlnklage this muinlng, 'Ike
man hud gotten off the steamer and
wnu driving u drav off tho whaff whin
raptured. C, Seen, a Chinese, claiming
to be a member or the local firm of
Wins Wo Tnl & Co , Is detained aboard
the Mialposa umper a ruling of th)
Tecasmy Department He will npply
tn Judge Ustec for u writ of habeas
Jean Gerard), the wen Id's gteatest
living 'cellist, will give a touccrt la thi
Optra House on Ihurscla), Auguai S3
This will bo the (list nppeaiance of
Mr. Gerardy In Honolulu but It Is not
Ihe first time he has bee, heard 01 by
Honolulu pcaplo fur hl name stand
In h front rank of the musicians c'
ho win Id,
i i m
The Consulate ftagb .ire all Inlf
mast today out of rcspe t for the :n -nry
of Kmpress Tred)ile-, new. rf
whose death came by the- steuneis
fiom the Coast last cvniu
The dedication of the old Kawiilnhao
organ In tho nowlj rebuilt cbipel .it
Kamollllll will take placo at .1 n'tlocr"
FinJ Job Printing at tlio Bui
Money invested in a pair of
these Oxfords saves you a third
less than you can find elsewhere
Manufacturers Shoe Co.
1057 Tort Street..
r 'i Ii.
SECY HITCIC0CK MAKES
DOLE AFFAIRS PUBLIC
Land Sites to Officials
Change Orders! in
Washington August 8-
Wnatiltirttriti Annuo Q I eLu l.
oped todn) mat the (Jovwrnor his
twice proposed the Issuo of bond 10
enee needed public itnproveme is.
'I ho Secretary of the Interior on bo'h
occasions deCllneU to entertain tlwi
"lnn- Oovernor Dole first reqtiesteu,
June 4, the- npprovnl of the- Presld. n
for n !,r"J'p1 J"V".,"r n.'! "n",n,",
amount of socnPed Hawaiian Trens
H ry liotes. under Act 7 of the Pro
visional Hawaiian Government, n part
of the civil lnws or llnwall In 18'l7.
'Ihe object wns to procure a tempi
rnr) loan to replenish the Territorl il
Treasury. Secretary tlitclicock replleel
that the fact that tin- amount was
fieltlior stated nor estimated was of
Itself a sutllclent objection. Tho Giv
e-rnor bail Inclosed an o'dnon of the
Territorial Attorne) General, which
the Serretnry In his reply ciecllnlng ti
take up tin1 claim, sas does not dl
leetly expre-sa .bo opinion thnt tho
tirojKisecl liiclelitedness can be lawful
ly Incurred under existing lnws lle
Inclosed n eertltled copy ot Act 71 of
the laws 01 UfiG, providing for a loan
or I J. 000,01 it), and statements or tho
Treasurer showing thnt there ro
main unissued bonds amounting to
'77!),)li)u nuthorlzeei hy the Act; that
the nsscsBed vacuo or the territory Is
$U7,UUt,i04, and that the outstanding
limiilotl Itiiinlituif nii.u f.ri.i. iinLmn t
v. in i, (niniiiui , n,. n... .,,.,- n... .
Thu wnhMe ,,y ..,,.,. ol .,.
Hawaiian Territorial Government of
lots or otner public property nt piiblie
auction nan called rorth a communi
cation from Secretnry Hitchcock to
Governor Dole. In which ho sa)s that
even should there bo no legal ohjen.
tlon to iheso emplo)es making such
pin chases, permitting them to do so In
u matter ol questionable propriety.
in lesponse to an Inquiry fiom 111)
Interior Department, Governor Do'.j
hns reported thhat In cbbcb or ox-
changes of land nuthorlzeei by tho
laws of Hawaii It tins been his custo l
to have private parties couvcy tin
title or such lands to tho territory of
Hawaii, and not to the United Status.
Secietur) illtehcocK in reply hns ro
questo that no further conveyance of
this ktiui bo mado until further ml
vised by tho department. Govennr
Dole has reorted to tho Interior !)
paitment thnt ttio Hnwnilan Territory
will ndopt tne rules and regulations ot
the Interior Department lu uxecutlin
Ha bonds nil contracts In future.
GERMANY AND ENGLAND
New York, Aug. 10. A despatch to
the Herald from Berlin sas:
The Torelgn OaTtco has icrelvecl news
fiom Morocco which copllrms the re
ports of the arrest of the chief of tlm
eperlal mission to Ilerlln and London.
lu spite of the fact that the opening
up of the Morocco question would nt
present would be very Inopportune.
German) Is prepaied lo support Hn
gland In any diplomatic action she may
Judge Hktee's appointment of J J.
Dunne as assistant Culled Slates At
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