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Lewis Nixun political inner has
wound up with n sudden withdrawal
that reminds one ol the man who fell
out of a balloon.
Representative Itobertson sas tho
community Is practically unanimous
on the question of municipal govern
ment and there will bo no hard fight
over the problem. 1 he first part of his
statement Is not to bo question. It Is
to bo hoped his picdlctlon will also
Ooernor Cooper hns set the Fourth
ct July ball rolling In a manner that
piomlses plenty of Joinficatlon nml
tho appropriate glorillcatlon for Hono
lulu. Now If thrs celebration can di
rectly or Indirectly exercise nn Influ
ence for unification, there will bo n
still larger feeling of gratification over
the work of tho Governor who does
things and Is not afraid to work.
Tho horrors of the Martinique vol
canic outbreak are almost beyond be
lief, yet from tho tenor of the dls
patches It would appear that one-halt
tho instruction of life and property
liiu vt to bo told. The volcnnlc dis
turbance appears to have affected all
the Islands In tho Immediate l.lclnfty
ai.d ciented the most extensive land
changes known In connection with any
iccorded seismic upheaval.
The following long calendar Is Jour
nalized for Monday In Circuit Court
term and chambers- Probate of will
of Morris Loulsson. Administration ot
estate of II. K. Gibbs. Administration
of estate of Clara Schneider. Final ac
counts In guardianship of W. A Mnrk
ham. Accounts and discharge, estate
of David A. Lone. Motion, Ilasson vs.
Pain ct al. Resignation of guardian of
Costa minors. Probate of will of Man
S. Douglas. Demurrer in Wuudenbcrg
ts. M.irkhnm. Magoon vs Chin Kee
flnau ct nl. Wong Chow vs New Zeal
uud Insurance Co. D. L. Akwal s. Roy
al Insurance Co., motions In two cases.
Hop Hlng & Co. vs. North German In
surance Co. Estate P. Hamanana
Huaku, motion. Tsta vs. Kaualhllo,
trial. Application of L. II, Dee for a
writ of mandamus. Aseu Urown vs.
Andrew Ilannlstcr, demurrer. Hoda
net Vs. E. V. Todd et al., decision. Es
tate of Georgo Richardson, guardian
annual account. Territory vs. John W.
Fitch & Thomson havo submitted an
amended libel for divorce In the case ol
Mary Isabel Harrub vs. Ernest L. Ilar
rub, with a motion to file tho docu
ment for hearing on Monday. The
amendment consists of an allegation
that defendant has failed to support
Decrees have been signed according
to decisions already reported, by Judge
Humphreys In the case of T. 11. Cum
mlngs vs. Georgo Markham and John
II. Cummlngs nnd by Judge Gear In
that of J. H, Boyd vs. Hawaiian Tram
John K. Prcndergast has filed hl
second annual account ns administrator
of the estate of Kalewa Pearson, show
ing a balance due himself of (10, tho
receipts having been UG3.C0 and pay
Shortly after passing muster at
Woosung, a case of cholera was dis
covered among the Marti's steerage
passengers. Tho vessel was detained
for ono day In quarantine at Woosung
on this nccount. Tho patient, a Chi
,t Nagasaki, tho Maru was held In
quarantine for five dnys. On tho 15th
instant she sailed from Yokohama and
made tho run to port In nlno dnys flat.
She camo hero with several ensea of
measles aboard. Sho brought 430 tons
ot frolght for Honolulu and sailed for
San Francisco nt noon today.
Tho Maru had a very largo passen
ger list. Many eminent Japanese wero
met at tho vessel by a reception com
mltteo consisting of numerous promi
nent Japanese citizens of Honolulu
llarou Elchl Shlbusnwa, a Japanese of
ficial nf high rnnk, Is on his way to the
coronation of Edward .VII.
SPAIN'S YOUNG KING
HAS TAKEN THE REINS
:o $' !D 3);fflif
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2.33 Ws' ' XiT&A Vrj4 IF '
0.25 3 .. a-A V'fS'V- U -SA .i,
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Madrid, May 17. King Alfonso at- was not occupied. This vehlcli wa3 dl
lalned his majority today and became redly preceded by tno roj.il chariot
King In fnct. ns well ns In name, hav- to meet nn emergency or In casi ol a
Ing reached the age, 1C, prescribed b breakdown. To It were harncss-d eight
the constitution. i chestnut horses, driven by four out-
Ileautlful weather favored 'his, th" ' riders,
central day of the fetes. At an early A detachment of the royil bodyguard
hour all the bands of music of the , rode In front of the nmulvely gilded
troops composing the garrison inarched
through the principal stiects. pl-tylng gilt allegorical figures bniiUIih; out in
lively marches to the royal palace relief from the panels nnj wIiohs ioo!
where they performed beneath the was surmounted by n heavy gilded
windows of the king's apartmcitj. crown. The gold plntei, moulded lampj
The royal procession was formed on ' of this carriage were cspc-lally ttrlk
the IMaza de Armas In front of th ' Ing. being Inset with Imitation Jewels,
palace shortly before 2 p. m., nnd pro- .The hammercloth, a v.or.doiful piece
cceded to the Chamber of Deputies, ' of embroidery work, lc valued at $18,-
where, In tho presence of the Senator! ,
and Deputies, the King took the oath
to uphold the constitution.
The procession was a spcctaclo ot'rnu were at'omnanlcd by the Infanta
mediaeval magnificence. Great groups
on horseback opened tho march. They
weer lonowcci oy four buglers and
cjmbal players from the royal stables,
whose horses were led by grooms on
foot; four mace bearers on four horses,
with oriental trappings, led by hand;
two of the king's riding horses, twu ,
of the Queen Regent's riding horses,
ready saddled, by grooms, and xl-i
other royal horses, covered with hand
some velvet cloths of red, blue, green
ind yellow, embroidered with armor
ial bearings In gold and silver, Then
came twelve of the principal outriders,
who directly preceded a lino of quaint,
historical coaches, emblazoned with ar
morial benrlncs and embellished with
massive, gilt ornamentation. The
coachman and footmen wore brilliant
Louis XVI. liveries and tho trappings
of the horses were of the most gorgcuui
Chamberlains and Grandees.
The first vehicle, bronze colored,
drawn by four black horses, was oc
cupied by four mastcrs-at-arm.i. After
It came the so-called "prls" coach, oc
cupied by the court chamberlains nnd
twelve state chariots, belonging to
grandees of Spain. In them were
seated palace functionaries of high
rank. Tho next carriage, having six
sable horses attached to It, v.'.n ocr:
pled by the Infanta Isabella and Infan
A detachment of hnrso guards t-cp-aratrd
the foregoing carrlnges from a
very pretty tottolse-shell coach. In
which wero seated the I'rlnce nnd
Princess of the Asturlas, the brother-in-law
and sister of tho KiiiK. The en
tire body of this vehiclo was veneered
a dark, tortoise-shell color, except for
a border of paintings illustrating the
history of Solomon. It was drawn by
six chestnut colored horses
Tho tortoise-shell carrlaj was fol
lowed by a heavy mahogany coach
called tho "coach of respect," whl-b
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His colleagues on the Republican
Territorial Committee do not wish to
part with T. McCants Stowart. When
his resignation heretofore published
was read at the meeting last night, 1
motion was carried without dissent to
ask him to icconslder It.
Other business done vas the final re
vision and paBsago for ri luting of the
paity's Rules and Regulations. They
will be Issued In EngllBh and Hawaiian
in time to go to precinct clubs on Ml"
other islands by Monday and Tuesday's
Theio wero desultory talks In nnd
out of session on government patron
age, nnd tho question of woik for un
employed nativo Hawulluns was.
brought up formally.
ThO meeting wus constituted by the;
following members ana holilcrs ot
pioxles: Chairman J. A. Kennedy, D.
H. Wright. A. a. M. Robortsop, W. J.
Coelho, Oeo. II. Renton, I,. U. McCand
Icbs, Clinrles Wilcox and J. W. Jones,
Votes represented by proxy weic thoso
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chariot term the "roy.il clown" having
Tho Royal Party.
Tho King and Queen Regent were
seated Bide by side, In the royal coach,
Maria Theresa, youngest sister ot His
Majesty, it was drawn by eight fine
speckled grays. In dark red harness,
having ormolu ornamentation. Im-
mensc white ostrich plumes waved
J from the heads of these horses.
The officers of tho King's military
household and thrco bqundrons of the
King's bodyguard closed tho parade.
Tho procession, which emerged from
the court yard of the palace amid the
booming ot cannon, proceeded at a
walking pace through the meets, gay
with flags and bunting, and beneath
festoons of evergreen, which, at somo
parts of tho route, formed veritable
valleys of foliage and flowers, to the
Chamber of Deputies, beforo the steps
ot which had been erected a purple
A delegation, consisting of twclvo
Senators and twelve Deputies, received
their majesties at the steps nnd pre
ceded by tho mace-benrors, they were
conducted through the anto-chambcrs.
filled with courtelcrs and others, who
wero unable to find accommodation In
the chamber Itself. Tho King Queen
Regent nnd tho Prince nnd Princess of
tho Asturlas ascended a platfuim es
pecially constructed, facing tho semi
circular, glided hall, around which tho
benches were filled to their capocity by
Senators, Deputies, courtiers and min
isters. Tho foreign princes and other
special envoys wero seated immedi
ately to the right of tho pldttorr.i,
which was draped with red. Four glid
ed armchairs wero placed In tho front
of the platform beneath a m canopj
Tho Klrp- and Queen Regent, who had
entered together, tonit the centar sens
and tho Prince and Princess of th. Ar
turlas Bcated themselves In ths others.
On the left of the King sroj.l n tabl
on which was a lliblo, with i sllver
cruclflx behind it. On the side ot His
Majesty was n stool on which w.is a
golden crown, blaz!i with Jewels, and
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of Messrs. Rldgway, Holsteln, Magulre,
Kahokuoluma, Waipullanl, McCann,
Cooke, Wlllard, Ilrandt and Palmer.
Secretary J. D. Avery, C, F, Reynolds,
E. O. Keen and Dan Kekona wero Iti
With tjio exception of meihodl ol
statement, there was but ono difference
of opinion over tho laws. This uj
relative to exacting u pledge from
members of precinct clubs.
Mr. Robertson inlsed the point un
der the motion to pass Article 1 ua
amended In minor details. Ho bcllsv
cil in a castiron rule on that matter.
Mr. Renton said It had been discussed
at thicc meetings.
Col. Jones said the reason they did
nway with tho pledge was that It wai
not necessary to pledge present mem
beis of tho party, and thut Incoming
mcmbeis might bo pledged at tho dis
ci etlon of tho clubs.
Mr. Robertson thought such a ruK
would bo worse than none at nil to
pledge somo nnd leave others alone.
Mr. MtCandless said that filey had
has been used for twenty-three years In tho manufacture of
INCUBATORS AND BR00DER8
becauso It has proven superior to all other kinds. It Is not only truo
thnt Pctalumn Incubators and Brooders nro mado of tho best lum
ber In tho world, tint every other article used In their construction
Is of tho highest grade, nnd tl ercforo theso "Standards of tho
World" Incubators and Brooders occupy tho Bnmo relntivo position
to all other Incubators and Drocders that tho mighty California
Redwoods do to other trees.
It Is worth your whllo to nod In our lato cataloguo "A nit of
lucubntor HlBtory." You may havo n cataloguo freo by writing
for It. An Invoice of assorted sizes Just received by tho
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
AgcntB for the Territory of llnwiill
that our Delivery Wngons theimtelvss prove
every claim we ninkc.
Glias, F. Herrick
125 Merchant St., next
thrashed this question out nt prcvioui
meetings nnd he thought they ought to
leave It to tho clubs.
The nrtlcle passed without tho pro
posed amendment, only Wlllard and
Cooke's votes being cast by Robcitson
contrariwise. Col. Jones turned a
laugh on tho voter by saying Mr. Cook
had spoken against the proposal.
Mr. McCandlcss thought there should
bo a discussion on patronage. It
struck him thnt patronage should bo
long to the members of the Legislature
elected from tho district.
"That would never do," Bald Chair
man Kennedy. "You would have none
In the fifth district because you didn't
elect anybody." (Laughter.)
Col Jones suggested having a tlnnnci
committee In tho Territorial commit
tee, but after some talk It was decided
ns competent for that body to have any
commlttco It choso without added pro
visions. Mr. Coelho, on the section rclntlns
to candidates for Territorial appoint
ments, approved of making it hard.
Thero was too much trying to work
around tho district committee, or get
ting appointments over Its head.
After tho passage ot the paity laws,
Mr. Coelho Introduced a resolution
looking to tho formation ot a labor bu
reau under the committee.
Mr. Coelho said: "At the present time
there aro several hundred people down ,
at the camp and I understand they are
willing to work for tho samo pay us
Japaneso on the waterfront and else
where. Somo Republicans are now sup
porting several families."
Mr, McCandless doubted whether the
Republican party should go into the
labor bureau business, because If they
failed It would bo a hard blow for the
party, There was no question, how
ever, that the Republican party and
Republicans generally were willing to
do all they could for laboring pcopla
out of employment. Perhaps tho reso
lution should be referred to a commit
tee. Mr. Coelho held thnt the principle
was Identical with what they had put
Into the rules with regard to patron-
ptge. They would know what Jobs were
available and wages being paid, Re
commendations of cnpablo men had
been made to the government but they
wero cast aside. Ho was not looking
for n public position, but had been
studying hard and hoped soon to be
admitted to practice In the district
courts. They had gone before tho vot
ers and told them that they wero their
friends. The natives could do the same
work as the Japanese, carry Just as
heavy burdens of lumber on their
shoulders. Tho Japaneso were work
ing for (1.25 n day and ho had been
told that the natives were willing to
work for the samo because they recog
nized existing conditions.
Dllferent members spoke of the
difficulty of getting the natives to
work, especially nt such disagreeable
tasks as Japanese wero performing.
Mr. Renton thought It not right,
when the planters had brought the Ja
paneso here at great expense, that the
government should tako their labor
away. Mr. Wright said It was not tho
circle the world
and ore recognized everywhere as
the standard of excellence, dura-
by DXPBRT mechanics
Carriage Co., no.
to etangcnwnld Building.
government. "Well, the merchants,"
remarked Mr. Ronton.
Col. Jones thought It would be Judi
cious to leave the matter of pay out of
the proposal, as the natives might form
tho Impression that they wanted them
to work for low wages. How would It
do to ask the Governor to appoint a
Mr. Renton finally moved, seconded
by Mr. Wright, thnt the resolution be
ref cried to u committee of thieo, which
should report nt next meeting. Mr
Coelho assented, saying It was all right
so long as the thing was started. Tim
motion carried, but tho appointment ot
the committee wns overlooked.
T. McCants Stewart's resignation
from the committee was rend, where
upon Mr. Renton moved that Mr.
Stewart be requested to reconsider his
resignation and that the secretary bo
Instructed to write him to that effect.
.Mr. Robertson, supporting the mo
tion, stated that ho gathered from the
resignation that Mr. Stewart antici
pated a violent struggle for municipal
government within the party. "There
Is going to be no Btrugglc," said Mr.
Robertson. "Wo had municipal gov
ernment In tho last platfoim and I
presume we will have It In tho next
platform stronger thnn ever."
Mr. Jones doilbtCi! if thn mnnfrln.il
government question was more than
Incidentally mentioned in thn msiimn.
tlon. Mr. Stewart wus concerned about
his health, having complained In court,
Mr. Stewart had been a hard worker
and the speaker would be glad to havo
him remain with them. At the samo
tlmo It was a pretty strong letter.
The motion carried without dissent.
An application from John A, Raker
for a position In tho Tax office, trans
mitted hy Assessor J. W. Pratt, was
endorsed by tho meeting. A member
having asked If tho nnnlli-nnt l,n,i ,,t
worked for Mr. Robertson, tho latter
answered drily, "1 worked for him," at
which there was a hearty laugh.
A letter signed "C. Charlock, secre
tary Hoard of Health," acknowledged
the receipt by that body of tho com
mlttce's resolution on Father Wendo
lln's case, etc., stating that It "had been
accepted and placed on file." It was
forthwith laughingly voted that tho
communication from tho Uoard bo "ac
cepted und placed on file."
John A. Palmer wrote from Maka
well, Kauai, asking if the Republicans
there might form nn Independent pre
cinct club, or If they organized would
their club be subordinate to that of
Wnlnica. It was stated thnt Dr. San
dow had bioacbed tho matter on a re
cent visit to the city,
Mr. Renton thought It too much to
havo not kins men go four miles over
rough country loads to attend tho pre
cinct club. Mnknwcll had been very
nctlc In enrolling voters. Something
should be done for the .Republicans
After n general talk, Mr. Robertson
wns appointed a committee of ono to
ieo the Governor on the mutter of hav
ing Maknwell made a separate precinct,
as well as to bring beforo him tho
question of dividing unwieldy pre
cincts in general.
Agents, Broken and Jobbers,
: . . . ii.-.-'i .1
W. G. Irwin & Co.
Western Sugar lteflncry Company of
San Francisco. '
Datdwln I.ocomotlvo Works of Phila
delphia, Pa., U. 8 A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (National
Cano Shredder), New York, U.S.A.
N, Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
zers. Alex. Cross ft Sons' hlgh-grado Ferti
lizers for Cano and Coffee
Reed's Steam Plpo Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE:
Parafflne Paint Co.'a P.& I). Paints and
Papers; Lucot and Linseed Oil,
raw and boiled.
Indurlno (a cold-water paint), in whlto
Filter Press Clothes, Cemont, Llmo and
CASTLES COOKE, Ltd
Tbo Ewa Plantation Co.
Tho Walalua Agricultural Co., Ltd.
The Kohala Sugar Co.
Tho Walmca Sugar Mill Co.
Tho Fulton Iron Works, St. Louis, Mo,
Tho Standard Oil Co.
Tho Ceo. F. Rlako Steam Pumps.
The Now England Llfo Insurance Co.
The Aetna Fire Ins. Co. ot Hartford,
Tho Alliance Assurnnco Co. of London,
ALEXANDER & BALDWIN.Ud
H. P. Baldwin President
J. B. Castla First Vlco President
W. M. Alexander.. Second Vlco Pres.
J. P. Cooko Treasurer
W. O. Smith Secretary
Geo. R. Carter Auditor
Sugar Factors and
AGENTS for Hawaiian Commercial &
Sugar Co., Haiku Sugar Co., Pala Plan
tation Co., Nahlku Sugar Co., Klhel
Plantation Co., Hawaiian Sugar Co.,
Kahulul Railroad Co..
Wni, G. Irwin & Co
Wm. Q. Irwin.. President and Manager
uiaus aprecKeis Vlco President
W. M, Qlffard.. Second Vice President
H. M. Whitney Jr..... Tress, and Sec.
Geo. J. Ross Auditor
AGENTS OF THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, CAL.
vw-w-w tttto a tt v V n lytpC
LIFE and FIRE
insurance - Agents
NEW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE IN
SURANCE CO. OF BOSTON.
AETNA FIRE INSURANCE COM-
PANY OF HARTFORD.
C. Brewer & Co., Ltd.
Queen 8treet, Honolulu, T. H.
Hawaiian Aericnltnrnl nn nniBi.
Sugar Plant. Co., Onomea Sugar Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co., Walluku Sugar Co,.
Makoe Sugar Co.,Haleakala Ranch Co.
The Planters' Lino of San Francisco'
i-acKeis, unas. Brewer & Co.'s Line of
LIST OF OFFICERS:
O. M. Cooke, President: George
Robertson. Mannrnr? v. v niot,n
Treasurer and Secretary; Col. W. F,
". Auuuor; 1-. u. Jones, II. Wa
terhouse end Geo. R. Carter, Directors.
THE VON HAMM-YOUNG CO...
Queen Street, - Honolulu
The Lancashire Insurance Co.
Tho Balolse Insurance Co,
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Etc.
Gonernl Manager of
THE EQUITABLE LIFE
Of tho United States for the
OFFICE, Merchant 8treet, Honolulu.
Design your own ledgers, cash
books, etc. If you ere undecided, we
will help you. That Is In our line and
the PRICE IS RiaHT, at the HVEN
BISHOP & CO.
Botubllshed in 1868.
Transact huslnnnfl In ntl don.rim.ni.
collections carefully attended to.
Exchange bought and sold.
Cnmmerrlnl nnH TVavAtn.' t ......
Of Cranlf fnsila.! nn 'Tlia Tlnnl. n.u
fornla and N. M. Rothschild & Sons
Correspondents The Dank of Call,
fornla, Commercial Banking Co. of
Sydney, Ltd., London.
Drafts and cable transfers on Chins
and Japan through tho Hongkong ft
Bhanghal Banking corporation and
Chartered flank nf fmlln Anatrniin MM
Interest allowed on term deposits at
tho following rates per annum, vis:
ocven aays- notice, at z per cent.
Three months, at 3 per cent.
Olx months, at 3 1-2 per cent.
Twelve months, at 4 per cent.
Act as Trustees under mortgages.
U'jago estates (real nnd personal),
Collect rents nnd dividends.
Valunblo papers. Wills, Bonds, e'.a,
receircd for safe-keeping.
Auditors for Corporations and Prt.
Books examined and reported on.
Statements of Affairs prepared.
Trustees on Bankrupt or Insolvent
OFFICE, 924 DETHEL eTEET.
Deposits received nnd Interest al
lowed nt 4 1-2 per cent per annum, In
accordanco with Rules and Regula
tions, copies of whlcu may bo obtained
, AQENT8 KOR
FIRE, MAFUNE LIFE, ACCIDEN1
AND EMPLOYERS' LIABILITY IN-
Insurance Office, 924 Bethel Street
Wm. Q. Irwin
Claus Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, j : T. H.
n Francisco Agents The Ne
rada National Bank of San Francisco.
.. . Francisco The Nevada Ns
llonal Baai of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank ol Lon
New York American Bxchanse Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnais.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hobs-kong-Bhanghal
New Zealand and Australia Bank
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank ol
British North America.
DODQBlta rnrAlvorl TA. ..
-, mwui maun in
pproyed security. Commercial aad
iTTeiers credits issued. .Bills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Coll.ctlons Promptly Accounted For.
Pioneer Bnildiag and Lou
A88ET0, JUNE 80, 1001, 180,041.87.
Honey loaned on approved security.
A Bavlng Bank for monthly deposits.
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Series of Stock la now
OFFICERS -J. L. McLean, PresV
nentr! An A' W1Ider' v,t8 President;
Secretary. ' ' uoar-
UIRECTORS - J. L. McLean. A.
A' yilieF- A- v' Oo". O. B. Oray,
J. D. HolL A. w if.Ji t 7 J5v
Jr, J. M. Little, If. S. Boy'd. '
A. V. GEAR,
nm. .. Secretary.
Offlo Hours; 12:30 uso D. m.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Ten 24.000.000
Paid TTn flAnltal vA -.o ,,.
Reserved Fund Yen 8.710.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Thn TtnnV hnv. ,,. . m .
-- ,"- "-'" " 'wvcitoi lur col
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
gonoral banking business.
On Fixed p ,,
DpP08,'o . Per nnum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 31
For 8 month j '
Branch of the Yokohama flnnriA n.nv
New Republic Bid., 11. Kin? Slree
AT HAMOA, MAUI.
Mill Machinery, complete or In part,
consisting of ono 30"x60" 6-rollor mill,
H. I. Wkfl. mftirn Pntnntn rnnin.
Vac. Pan, Double Effects. Clarlflem!
Centrifugals, Vac. Pumps, etc., etc.
Parcols of land, Interest In Hul
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