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BVEX1N0 BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T. 11,. THURSDAY, DgC. 10, 190.1.
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Hawaiian Stated .
Oceanic Third Degree.
Honolulu Comnimtdcry Reg-
II 1 .1 r 0 p. m.
Hawaiian Third Decree.
Lei Aloha Chapter No. 3
All 1sIUiik members of the
Outer nre cordially luWtcd to
Htlrml meetings uC local lodges'
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening nt
7:30 la 1. 0. 0. 1 Hall, Tort Stroot.
K. It. llENDIlY, Secretary.
Bi:N. V. YICKKKS, N. 0.
All lulling tirotliers cry cordially
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every first And third Fri
day ecnliu: nt 7:30 In K. of P. Hall,
corner l'crt ami llerctanla. Visiting
brothers cordially 'invited to nttontl.
a. ci. decking, c.c.
JAS. V.'. WHITE, K.Il.S.
HONOLULU LODGE 010, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. C16, II. P. O.
E., will meet In their hall on King
near Port Street every Friday oven
Ing. Uy order of the K. it.:
henry c. kaston,
WM. II. Mcl.NERNY, E. It.
V7m. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets cvory 2nd ami 4th Saturday
eM-ulug at 7.30 o'clock In IC. nt P.
Hall, cor. Pott and llerctanla. Visit
ing brothors cordially Invited to at
tend. W. E. FIIAZEB, C.C,
H. A. JACOIISON, K.Il.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
NESDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Ucrctanla and Port streets.
Visiting Eagles are Invited to nt
tend. V. L. FIMEB, V.'., Trest.
II. T-. MOOItE, Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every first nnd third Thurs
days of each month nt Knights of
Pythias Hull. Visiting brothers cor
dially InWtcd to attend.
A. II. Altl.ElOH. Sachem.
A. 13. MUItPIlY, C. of It.
Only ,54: each
EXCELLENT LAUNDRY WORK
done by tha
with their new TRENCH
257 Brretnnia St. Phone 1491,
Tho Beit Whis: - on the Market.
TH0S. F. MoTIGHE & CO.. A0EN1S.
101-105 KINO ST.
riI0.E M0. P. 0..B0X 735
in a brand new seven-seater. Call up
101 or 1458 and ask for
C. H. BEHN
Everything- new. Goods received
on the AlamcJa. Most complete as
oitmcnt we have, over shown,.
HOTEL ST. bet. FORT and UNION,
Always Fresh at
Fort and King St.
DUCKS AND GEESE.
LADIES' FELT HATS, FEATHERS,
RIBBONS, XOWKS, CHIT
Are Sold at Very Reasonable Prices.
Wire Frames Made to Order.
30 KINO ST.
YOUR GROCER SELLS
Paii Ka Hana
Auto for Hire
MANUEL REIS. Call np at any
time by telephone any one of these
numbers: 890. 200, 1097.
At All Watchdealers.
Acent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORT and KINO Sts Honolulu.
FOR SALE AT ALL BARS
A HANDSOME OIFT
BERGSTROM MUSIC COMPANY, Id,
BEROSTR0M MUSIC COMPANY,- Id.
STILL THE BEST
Old Kona Coffee
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO., LTD,
MERCHANT ST. NEAR ALAKEA.
P. L. PETERS
JPF "For Rent" cards on sale at
LOCAL AND iENEIAL
If you have a business opportunity
to offer, persist reasonably, in B u 1
let in want advertising it and it
will appeal to the right person.
AL Thorlow for a lunch or dinner.
The stock market was reported
strong this morning.
It M'li arc looking for nny of your
friends go to 'tho "Two Jacks" nnd
jou'll find them. ' -'
This Is tho last evening and totnor
ton the last day of the Kllohana Art
League Inhibition. '
Itlde In the soll Stiidcbakcr driven
by the expert chaffetir, M..T, Lull.
Phone 191. Itojal Hawaiian' Oarage.
Acting Attorney ilenrit Whilnry
Moke nt tho High School thU morn
lug on "Tho Moaning of' th" Juvcnlla
Courts." " ' 4
Coat your Iron roofs with "Arabic."
You will be surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties California
Feod Co.. agents. ,
, M. Poopoo, editor of tin Kuokon
Home linla will nubltsH nn Engl.:-h
idltlon on 'tho first-ot the year. It
will contain short llawi:nn legends.
Reis & Qnlnn are now located at
the Young Hotel Anto Stand Phone
199 Short rani SOo and f 1.00 By
the hour S.00 Special rate for
shopping and calling. "
A novel nnd cffectlvo way of ghlng
C'hrlstinns greetings to frlendB on oth
er Islands or on tho departing Siberia
Is to send them by wireless. Rates aro
Thnrlow't Royal Annet'for meals.
Our Drownlo Cameras, inndc by the
Eastman Kodak Co., aro high-class art.
teles, nnd maku very acceptable
Christmas presents. Prices nro from
$1.00 to $12.00. Honolulu Photo Sup
Francisco Cntro. who Is alleged to
lave taken $10 from the room of a
woirnn In the Winston block, was this
morning committed to thp Circuit
Court on n charge of burglary In tho
Tho selections at the Art Thertre
on their new Installment of tho Or-
ihestrellc for the coming thgroc das
will be Nordlca's waltzes. Moonlight
Selections, Good-Night Beloved Good-
Night. Thcso certainly enhnnco the
attractions of tho new program.
. Superintendent of Pi-blle Works
Marston Campboll has completed the
plans for tho monument to bo erected
In honor of tho dead all! of Hawaii.
The monumont Is designed on the Cor
inthian plan, although nil, fctigpestlou
of tho ornate will bo left (rum Ihu do
Mgn. Three separato fire alarms startled
tho town this morning. Thcro were
no flrei;, however, tho call being sent
in merely to lest now boxes. Tho sug
gestion was quite generally maun mat,
In ordcrtu savo the community trouble
and excitement, the department here
after notify tho papers beforehand of
(Continued from Pare 1)
Ish, besides bcinK untrue, In view of
tho fact that under tho law the peti
tioners wero not able to withdraw
their names from tho petition, even
should they dccldo to do so, as it
had bocomo a matter In which the
public was Interested from tho mo
ment in wnicn it was men. no nan,
he stated, In a casual way usked Na-
ono why ha had signed tho petition
tlnco the Democrats bad troatcd him
well, not oven placing an opponent
against him, and Naono answered that
his lawyer, George A. Davis, had made
him do It. Then Watson left, and
Naonp told Watson's offlco clerk that
ho had not oven studied tho contents
of tbo document before ho signed It,
whereupon tho clork told him that It
was a dangerous thing to nlgn docu
ments In (hat way, as ono risked being
charged under tho perjury stutute In
tuch caso. .
DOES M'CLELLAN FACE
(Continued fwsa Pan 1)
tha commercial bodies only In com
Many wondered ns to Whether the
Merchants' Association would hold an
other meeting to discuss its position
in regard to tho coastwlso law, but this
Is exti'cmoly unlikely, tho decision of
tho last meeting of that body Being
'.'Cgnrded as final.
"I think thai tho meeting of tho
Chamber yesterday afternoon was ono
of tho most satisfactory over held In
US' history;" said J. P. Cooke thU'noon.
"It Is oxtromely gratifying to know
that tho question has been fully and
fairly (Mscussed, Tho speeches made,
both thoso for and against thp suspen
sion of tho Jaw, wero, In my bplnlon,
lb good as could bo heard In any such
meeting In tho larae cities of thb'inaln
land, and, especially considering tho
fact that they were Impromptu, thoy
rcfloct tho greatest credit to tho
The Weekly Edition of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tha new of the day.
A Most Excellent Assortment of
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W. W. Ahana Co.,
02 S. KINO ST. FH0HE WW,
THE BEST "FITTERS" IN TOWN.
CARNEfilE TO APPEAR
WASHINGTON, D. C.,- Dee. it. Andrew Cnrneglo has been subpoe
naed to testify before tho Ways n.id Means Committee of tho House u.t
the subject of tnrlff revision.
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Federal Corporation Control
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'WASHINGTON. -D. Ci Dec. O.--Senatof Dolllvcr has Iritro'duced n bill
designed to' subject future Issues of stocks and bonds by railroad, tele
graph,' and express companies to the 'especial scrutiny 'of tho Federal
Government, 5 ; .! ri ;
RUEF JURY LONG DELIBERATING '
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" SAN1 FANCI8CO, Calif., Dec. 3. Tfie' Hucf case wiw given to l!w
jury nt 3:36 o'clock. At 9:30 the jury returned to court nnd asked that
the testimony of Furey, Wilson, and'Unllaghcr bo read lb It. The Jury
also wanted an explanation by the Court of whnt constitutes tho offer uf a
bribe nnd the receipt of a bribe. The Jury thon retired agnln to dcllo
crnto nnd ballot. At 12:25 tonight the jury was still out and the court
room wan packed. Police wore there In force.
At 1 o'clock the jury was locked up for the night.
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EMPEROR'S EFFECTS BURNED
PEKING.- China. Dee. 9. The- personal effects of tho Infc Kmpcror
Kwang Hsu have been Incinerated.
nection with his lying In state nnd the transportation of his body to tho
western tombs nmotint to $4,200,000.
NOTED SCIENTIST DEAD
SAN FRANCISCO, Calif., Dec. 9. Professor Ilodgers, Asslstnnt Su
perintendent of the Oeodctlc Suivcyi Is dend. He was eighty yenrs of ago.
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WATER VAPOR ON MARS
FIjAOBTAKF, Arlr., Dec. 9. Professor Lowell of (he observatory
here announces (hd discovery of writer1 tnpor on the planet Mars.
SPERRY'S FLEET APPROACHES COLOMBO
COLOMDO, Ceylon, Dec. 9. ThS'Amoflchn ouxlllary Culgoa has ar
rived hero In advance of Admiral 3 perry's Fleet.
NEW, YORK, N. Y Dec. 9. A ncoro of people were Injured by a bomb
explosion in a tenement Iioubo today.
"IT SEALS AS WELL AS MOISTENS" any size envel-.
ope, Quickly ahd Perfectly.
Also used for placing stamps, labels, etc. Yon Need One
Get One Now. Prioe, $1.25
OFFICESUPPLY CO., Ltd., 931 Fori St.
NO WIRELESS PLANT
(Continued from Faze 1)
polo as a support. Though ho Hitencd
patiently all ono afternoon and a
greater part of tho rilght, thcro was
not the least tapping In the loiclvor
to show that tho sound wavji. .0ie
passing from KahhkU to llllo.
The next tests of tho export xvjic
made from a bark, forty inlltrs out at
,ea. An nerlal a affixed to tin main
mast of the liarkand for' hours fYiu
craft hung about, hoping1 that the
sound waves, which wero ovl'.cntly cut
off by tho mountains bf Mnul'utid 11-
all, hilght drift around seaward Did
come Into contact with the welting
Not onco wan Ihoro the least click
to encourago tlin' walling men. mil
finally the task' was given up as hope
less. It Is bollovod that, wero tests
made from a point so far on, ut sen
thut tho mountulhs of Hawaii did ni'l
stand In tho way, something nilg t be
accomplished. Such tiM'a would bo
useless, however, as It woul I bo Im
possible to establish a practicable
wireless station In such a location.
IrIio'I has returned -to thU-cily, nnd
tho thought' of c'stablUh)rt h' Wlirlcss
station In or near Kilo will probably
be droppod for th6 tlmo bi-lui; nt
least. " :'.'.
((tafoasxliftoa Pan U
first tlmo that'lrnas been locntrd so
near the 'beach, however.
Whether tho water which tins been
dlscbvcred beneath the coral rock on
Waikikl beach has any connection
with' 'the sea oi"'n6t,'-,clvll engineers
are unwilling to hazard a guess. The
belief seems to be that the drills have
probably struck a lako which bus an
opening Into tho ocean Bomcwhero
alpng tbeiilne of reofs which sur
round the outer confines of the Isl
and waters, m.
The Knglneor Corps men have MH
yot mada np soundings thomsalve.
their equipment not having arrived
from the mnlnlnnd. When It docs ar
rive, they will probably make a sys
tematic series of borings and will
pump up the water with .the view to
ascertaining whether It Is brackish
fresh water, or gcnulpe ocean salt
' Considerable Worry Is being caused
with regard to the Diamond Head
fortifications, by tho discovery of the
wnler so near the surface on tlin
beach. Tho mortar's which It ir plan
ned to Install In the fortlflcntlous arc
heavy and will require firm foundations.
The post-mortem expenditures In con
Kalauoa Is Given Two
Years' Sentence For
vjohu Kalauoa, :udlctcd , by the
Grand Jury yesterday alternoon for
burglaiy In tho first degree, this morn
Inc entered a idea of uulltv before
JiHfio Roblnhou and was sentenced to
spend two jears pounding rock at
Oahu prlHori. That Is, It Is supposod
(hat ho will pound rock, for his sen'
tence said "hard labor" for him.
Okano Matsugo, also indicted by
tho Orand Jury yestcrdny, entered n
flea of guilty to a chargo of assault
with ii deadly weapon, and Judgo nob.
Inson let him off with six months. It
oppcarcd that tho man hnd cut up a
I r lend when ho was 'totally under the
mnuijnco or liquor, and as ho has al
ways borifo nn excellent reputation
during tho IS years he has been In, the
Torrltory, ho waB lot off with tho
Tho motion for a new trial by tho
defendant In tho suit of Scott vs. P?d
ro was this morning grunted, Tho
i.ext case to como before Koblnson fop
trlnl will bo tho re trial of llamon Hod
Till: MATSON NAVIOATION Co
will move at least 180,000 tons of su
gar to 'tho Coast this season for tho
San rrnwlso refinery. This sugar
Is sent from Honolulu, Kahiilul, nnd
llllo. nnd Is sent nut In steamers nnd
sailing ships. This big lot of sugar
includes, tho 35,000 Ions of A. & H.
sugars which Iho Malson company su
tured In addition to Its other con
tracts. -"For 'Sale" card at Bulletin.
is the only solid foundation for a suc
cessful business. We satisfy our pa
trons whenever possible.
j IN FOREIGN PORTS
, Thursday, December 10.
SAN FltANCISCO Arrived Dec. 10:
U. S. A. T. Thomas, lienco Dec. 3.
POIlT TOWNSKND Arrived Dec. 10:
Fr. 8p. Lncnnec, from Knliulul.
Wednesday, Dec. 9, 1S08.
YOKOHAMA Balled, Dec 'J:
. o. Mippon ..laru, lur iiuiiuiuiu
j HONOLULU' WEATHER I
Temperatures G a. ni 72: 8 n. in,
;3j 10 a. in:, 75: noon, 70; morning
llarometer, 8 n. in., 30.25; absolute
humidity, 8 n. m., 5.708 grains per
ruble foot; relative) humidity, 8 a. m..
65 per cent; dew point. 8 n. m.. CO.
Wind 6 a. m , velocity 15, direction
E.i 8 n. in., velocity 15, direction II.J
10 n. m., velocity 0, direction B.; noon,
velocity 8, direction K.
Rainfall during 21 hours ended 8 a,
in., .HG inch.
Total wind movement during 21
hours ended nt nopn, 283 iiiiies.
WM. B. STOCKMAN.
Section Director. Weathor Durcau.
TRY TO START NEW
SAN PEDRO LINE
Experimental Boat Will
Soon Be Sent To
Secretary Wood's weekly report
which will bo submitted to tho Promo
tion Committee this afternoon, con
tains iicu-rnl Items of great Interest.
In full the report reads ns follows:
Uy tbo steamship Alameda wo sent
out sonio twenty thousand pieces of
idvcrtlslng matter, being an addition
ul supply for pur Uis Angeles ofllco
and a lnrcu consignment of the two
pamphlets Issued by tho Hawaii Com
mittee of "Tbo American Association
for tho Advancement of Science,"
which wo nre forwarding to Dr. How
ard at tbo request of the local com
mittee In this shipment, wo ulso In
cluded several thousand copies of our
different folders which will bo distrib
uted by Mr. W. A. nryan. who will
open up a Hawaii Promotion Ilurenu
during tho coming session of the
American Association ut Dnltlmorc,
ilolnKjils utmost to securo the holding
of the-1010 convention of Iho Associa
tion in Honolulu.
By iho steamship Makura we re
ceived upwards of fifty letters fioui
New Zealand, tho different statos, of
Australia ami Ceylon.
Tho director of tho Intelligence De
partment for New South Wales writes,
acknowledging receipt of our last ship
ment of foldors, which ho begs to as
sure us will bo carefully distributed in
U'tiirn for tho good work wo nro doing
for his Bureau In Hawaii.
Tho American Consul at Ililsbane
writes, saying that he has given our
nap n prominent position In his ofllco
and asks for more copies for distribu
tion In Urlsbanc.
Tho agent for Thos. Cook and Son,
nt Adelaide, reports Increasing Inter
ost In Hawaii.
W. II. Simpson, advertising manager
fur tho Santa Ko Itallwny Company,
writes under date of November 27th
that tho new edition of their wall
map, in which Hawaii la given so much
space, is now under way and that
copies will soon bo sent us.
1 am at last able to report satisfac
tory progress In tho matter of folder
distribution at Colombo, Ceylon. Tho
managers of the (lallo Face and I'rond
Oriental hotels, whoso cirds wo curry
In our racks, offer to nttqnd to Iho
matter for us at u cost not to exceed
four (St) dollars per month. On an
average, ono passenger steamer per
day btops ut Colombo on tho way lo
,0'hlna, Japan or Australia. I nm now
prouurlng a small, Inexpensive folder,
to bo published In English, French and
Oerinnn, which will contain a map
showing Honolulu at tho Cioss Honda
of tho Pacific, changed somuuhut to
include Colombo, so that every travel
er touching nt that port will li.no his
attention called toIluwnll's position
and will also bo Informed ns to hotel
vcrnmmodatlona, stop-over privileges,
A snort letter from Jack 'London
from tho Solomon Islands, closos with
"Tho best of 'luck for Hawaii and
Kinnk C, Clark writes under dale of
November 20th that his Webtward
Around tho World Cruise, February
5th, 1D10, is full up with a lapldly
growing wnltlng list. Sir. Clark says
further, "We expect to repeat' thcso
cruises for tho following year and will
send a full supply of programs and
bnoklola next Junu ror nunu and will
bo glad to lntvo tho cooperation of
jour committee." Wo have wrltlou
Mr. Clark, urging l,n to keep his
steamer In port, say, five dayB, In ord
cr to glu those who may wish to do
mi, u rnuiieu in Tisu uie oiculo ninl
liavo assured hlin that, oven If I1I3 u:i
Behgera do not go to tho Volcano, fhol
days will bo only too short a tlmo for
them In Hawaii. Wo could teadlly ar -
Wednesday, December 9.
Am. bk. Si. Kntherlnc,, Saundera.
from San Francisco, 2:30 p. m.
Thursday, December 'in.
8tmr. Claudlnc, Dennett, from Ha
waii, a. m.
f DEPARTED I
Wednesday, Dec. 9.
Stmr. Ko An Hou, for Hawaii, 5 pin.
Stmr. Klnau, Gregory, for .Kaual, 5
Stmr. Claudlno, Dennett, for llllo,
t !' m.
f PASAENQIRS ARRIVED. I
Per stmr, Claudlnc. Bennett, from
lllio and way ports, Dec. 10. A. A.
(shell, Cnpl. Win. Weir. Ah WlnK. Mw.
Forsjtho, Mrs. Knlanm. V. CunimlnKB,
Ida ltodrlBiios, Annus Kreltns, Win. I..
Hone, (loo. C. Sea. C. C. Peters, Mrs.
I. Yenhulscn and 2 children, MIkh .1.
Ilimnca Miss A. lllnlsdell, A. .1. Vlcr
ra. A. Ktruandoz, Miss Knal. W. W.
Crosier, S. S. Unxson, K. Laimur, Mlsn
Hoblnowltz nnd child.
Per stmr. Claudlnc, Dennett, for
Hlto and way ports, S p. In. Mrs. II.
D. Baldwin, I. IIopo llnberlson, A.
Hope llobertson. Miss IIopo Robcit
ion Miss O. Hope llobertson. Chuck,
Hoy, W. P. MnBiiIre, 0. S. Curry. H.
ICl Castle. Allan Tomey, Mrs. llalvcr
son, A. Cross, M, McCann, It. Yasu
moil. Per stmr. Klnau, Oregory, for Kaual.
3 p. in. W. M. Orant, J. W. Pratt,
Miirston Campbell, Mis. J. 1). Sllva,
Mrs. llenowltx nud child, Dr. A. J.
Derby, C. W. Spits. C. K. King and
wife, W. II. Hlco and wife, Mrs. l
AUVIUI'.B llrtr lil-l-ll iremiwi "
the Merchants Exchange of tho sailing
of tho Nippon Mnru from Yokohama
for Honolulu. Tim Nippon takes Ihu
run of tho Anicilca Muni, owing ti
the hitler boat being taken off for tin
The steamer Claudlno returned from
llllo this morning, arriving shortly af
ter 4 o'clock. Her freight consisted
of 20 cords wood, 77 cases charcoal.
22 cases corn, 15 hogs, 2 horses, 43
packages empty bottles, 115 packasca
TIIR TIIANBPOUT HUKORI) Is ex
pected heio Monday morning from
San Francisco en route to Manila. 8I10
carrlcB only cnsuals ns passengers. A
largo amount of freight will be landed
hero, much of It for tho Fifth Caval-
THE ST. KATIIEIHNE, American
bark, arrhed' celcrday iilternoon
from San Francisco 'with a general
The Kamchamcba girls sprung 11
surprise Monday afternoon at tlm
Pun n hou field when thoy won n game
of basketball from the Punahnu girls.
The score nt tho end of the second
hnlf stood 13-10 In faor of tho Ka
mehnmchn girls. Each team won 11
gnmo and tho next game will dccldo
Thcro nro more tobnrco, silk, hldni
nnd jewels being Imported by New
York City than thcro were ono )cnr
The nvorage vnluo of hind oil Man
hattan Island, according to tho ns-
tessnieut, Is 272,173 nn acre.
it k n :: k n :: u ::
rnngo different forms of entertainment
ut but slight expense.
Our lopieticntatUo nt I.os Angclvrf,
Mrs. Frances K. Ilendleo, writes under
datu of November 27th, In pail ns fql
lows: "Some news of Importance) con
cerning thO inospect of a direct lino
of Hteumers oiit of San Pedro has Just
been obtained. Tho parties In chargo
will send nut 11 small boat In a' few
days loaded with merchandise and ear
lying several repiesentatlvo business
jnciU Tho plan of tho business delega
tion Is to remain sometime In tho Is
lands in 1111 endeavor to work up reclp
local business. The plan of a general
exclusion Is still kept to lliu fiont by
tho I.os Angeles Chamber of Com
merco." Mr. J. II. Wliylo, secretary of tho'
Aatoila Chamber of Coinnierco.wrltea
under date or November 27th, "Wo aro
working on tlio Hawaii Excursion and
think It will como out alright. Wo
will let you know q a little whllo how
wo nro getting on. Ho havo 1111 excur.
fclon to Spokane nnd that will take a
lew weeks work. I am Tory anxious to
tee Hawaii myself and everybody elso
In this iclnlly seems to feel tho suinu
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cycle
Mntnr flfr "p,..l.(.
'HE CHARLF.S n MT.VT-no amni
AND MACHINE WORKS
'. King St. opposite South St.
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tflMlLTfcirf 11 to Wi. ';: .v v U. iV . ,. ,
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