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EVENING BUtlLETIN, HONOLULU, T. H., S ATU R DA Y," J U L Y , 1911.
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IN BUSINESS CIRCLES
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History repenting Itself in llio sugar
market Is tinted when Comparing tho
'unexpected conditions of today with
those of tho season of 1901-5. Tho
similarity Ih remiirkablo and not al
together pleasant as," following tho
wry high prices of 1905 tho price
took n slump to tho lowest flguro for.
many yearn. '
Tho past weok dins witnessed fur
ther advances In tho prico of, both
centrifugals and beets. Weather con
ditions In Europe have caused beets
tu lead tho way until now tho price Is
Retting suggestively near rive cents. ',
When looking over n chart giving
thu record of tho sugar prices for the
past ten yearn, tho closeness with
which tho lines for tho present year
uro following those of 1904 is re
markable. That was tho year when
tho failure of the beet cinp caused
the prlio tu steadily advance till it
leached IHn tents, and. then In Feb
ruary It began to Rlump under the In
lliicnco of Inci eased plantings In En
rope iiml finally diopped tu three
cents and u fraction.
Under ordinary conditions the pres
ent advancing and high prices of
sugar would set Honolulu Into one
of tho greatest booms on record. Un
der tho circumstances of tho higher
prices coming at a time when Con
gress Is discussing tho downward re
vision of tho tariff, tho situation Is not
viewed with unmixed ptcasutc. Home
people arc almost beginning In bo-
lleu that (lie world market innnlpu-
imuiB nrv luicuiK uiu iwe;u ui hj na
to ralbe the prico of refined and thus
-glvo the free sugar people a leg to
stand on, which they have not under
normal conditions. (
I This Is of conrso entirely Improba
ble. Weather In Europe, uhd the poor
condition of tho beets Is doing tho
business on tho sugur price. Theio'ls,
how over, one thing tn bear In mind.
A few dais of good weather during
the next few weeks may bring the
beet crop up to Its expectations and
chango tho whole situation, flani
bliiig nn what the weather In Kuropn
will do is ns doubtful as forecasting
tho action bf Congress.
I'vcnts are moving so rapidly In tho
sugur world that ,tho Information of
tho sugar Irculnrs is considerably
out of data by tho time tho circulars
reach us They nro valuable, how
ever, ns Indicating tho trend of affairs
and what tho leading experts think
of tho market future. J
Comment in tho sugar circulars
'centers ou tho European bcot situa
tion. . Under date of July 14, the
Federal Reporter says: J
' Europe Tho markets continued to
advance, and touched 12s 4Vd for
July, 12s fi',td for August and Ilk
7l for Octohor-Deccmlicr. Slncb
then thcro has been somo slight re
iictlon.'nhd tlio market Is ratlicj- quiet
er In tono. Mr.'K. O. Mcht 'cablos us
that tf)o 'woathor Is unfavorable for
growing tfcctsr1 tTho market, closls
Mulct, as' f6llows: ' '
July buyers, 12s 1-Vid, equals 4 57e
duly pafd Now York. , "
" August buyers,? Us 2d, equals
4 59 c duty paid Now York.
Octobor-DccCinbcr buyers, lis H'id,
equals 4 39c iluiy paid New Voik,-
.lauuury-March buyeis,' lis 4V4d,
equals 4.40c! lluiy paid NoW'York,
One of oi'r European 'co-respondents
writes us, under dato of July 8th,
as follows: '
"Heie wo havo had a stiong and
excited market. Speculators have
started the buying In tho first in-ht.inc-?)n
reports of damage to tho
lloheinTan crop. This dnmago is cer
tainly serious. Thcro is also "alarm
shown In Middle and Northern Ger
many, and thoro havo been: it good
many buying" orders front farmers'
and f.ihrlcnntn thoro for this reason.
Speculation has rushed tho market
very much during tho Inst weok, and
at the time of writing It Is very un
settled. It remains to be seen how
much tho weather, should It be favor
able, can make up the leeway." '
Another European rdncorn writes
their Now York correspondents us fol
lows, under tho snmo date:
"We havo had a stinng, rising and
sometimes oxclted market this week.
Tho rains mentioned In our last have
In en of shnit diiialluu, and tho re
newed dChipla'liifs'of'ilfouKlIt m"Oor-
nmny and Austria, together with a
Ll.wJ, ja'Vm" W vj!'"'jV.'Uj
4 t m
host (if buying orders, pouring in from
tho Continent, caused unrestrained
speculation In termo beet. 1'iiccs ad-l
vnnccd 10s V&d for now and Is for
old crop. Today a Blight reaction has
set In, on Mr. Llcht's remarks that no
serious fear for u considerable deficit
need bo entertained,, but tho consen
sus of private news docs not sharo in
this opinion, at least ns far as Central
Germany and Ilohemla are concerned,
while Franco sends favorable crop re
ports. "Mr. Llcht's figures road: '
grammes, per cent.
1911 61 8.48
1910 .'.. 9l" 9.16
1909 .; 66 674.
1908 106 11.62
1907" 65 7.52
1906 81 9 .'23
1905 84 10.63
1904 91 9.88
"A largo demand has prevailed for
available, sugar, ready beet, fetching
even more than August delivery."
'Javas It Is reported that two'car-
goes have been sold to IT. K. speed
tutors at lis 6d for July and August
shipment. Wo quoto sellers lit about
12s cost and freight for Juno dnd first
half of July shipment, lis 6d cost and
'freight for nil Julyshlpincnt, and 11b
Mid cost and freight for August ship
Wlllelt & Cray's, circular also 'do
votes considerable spaco to the beet
crop, ns follows:
The European speculation Is now
transferred from tho Cuba crop re
ports, which previously Influenced it,
to tho European beet crop reports,
which now Influence It.
Crop ndvlces from the various coun
tries of Europo, whllo differing con
siderably, havo for som time been
of a generally unfavorable uharae'er.
This Is especially truo of llussla, Aus
tria and somo parts of Germany,
whero tho crop did not secure a good
start, nnd continued unfnvorablo
weather has kept It In n backward
state. In tho major portion of Ger
many, whllo tho start was unsatlnfne
lory, tno weather during a fow weeks
roconily was fnvorahlo, nnd the crop
was nt least holding Its own. How
ever, tho latent cable advices Indi
cate that conditions havo becomo un
favorable. ' In France nnd tho low
countries, whllo early conditions wero
very satisfactory and tho crop re
ceived a better start than for several
Wars, tho vycather has recently been
dry and cool, and tho growth of 'tho
roots Is reported to havo suffered a
Whllo from tho first a yield equal
to tho phenomenal ylold of last year,
which, with tho Increased sowings,
would'havo furnished n sugur outturn
of 8,450,000 tons, was out of the ques
tion, It now seems prnbablo 'that an
avornge crop of 7,477,'iOO tons (yield
bi(scd upon tlio average of tho jiast
six years) can only be secured If fa
vorublo weather prevails from now
Cuba crop figures to Juno ioth aro
at hand, giving production to 'that
dato 1,412,488 tons, against 1,689,675
tons last year, nnd 1,397,970 tons In
1909 to corresponding date. '
Present high prices encourago' 'tlio
grinding of cane 'as much ns possible
at tho five contrals working, mid If
tho same amount Is received as laBt
year after July 1, (114,674 tonsV or
the year before (115,612 ton's), 'tho
present crop will show 1,527,000 tons
Cable weather reports contlntin''fa
vorablo for tho growing crop In Clibu.
Louisiana has hud genorous rains
und tho crop Is growing finely.
I'eirto ItlcA reports Inck of molsturo
dilli'ng tho past month '
Huwnllnn Islands would welcome
nio'ro 'rain (flan has fallen. '
Java cable figures, given elsowheVp,
show Increased exports ovor last year.
Mail advices state, that sugar-making
started earlier than usual, with n very
good'yleld". " '
Among tho sales reported this week
nro a -nrg(i of Ran Domingo at 111)
9d c. I. f LUerpool, and a cargo of
Mauritius to Canada at lis 9d c.
& f. Montreal, for September ship
ment Iteriljits nt Pour l'mls slightly o-,cc'cu,,tr;e,-1iclt.l1Es'
United States and Cuba togethei are
August 1 to 15
390,790 tons, against 410,092 tons Inst
week nnd 582,430 tons last year.
At the clnsc tho market is full up
In strength and prlrcs, although Eu
rope hesitates at yesterday's quota
lions nnd does not send n further rise
Local sugar conditions remain
about tho samo na nntcd for tho lust
six weeks. Sugar crops nro coming
off in splendid condition, and 'u good
sharo of the island crop will be mar
keted nt the higher prices.. Reports
from tho various plantations arcjinl
formly favorable. Olna Is making n
great record this year nnd seems now
to bo coming Into tho position that
has been promised for so many years.
On the basts of the information from
tho plantation, the stock Is steadily
advancing. The agents mako no pre
dictions but the situation is very
gratifying nevertheless. Mcllrydo,
suffered a failure of expectations oh
account of its old trouble, u few fields
not coming up to what was hoped.
Tho crop will run over tho estlmato
but nnt ns much as was predicted
earlier In' tho season. Hnnokaa lias
suffered another sofunck owing to bnd
wdathcr, but the now manager seems
lo bo wjilpplng tho placo Into shape.
One or tho curious situations of tho
past week is that tho bids for sugar
stocks on tho San Francisco market
have boon In many Instnnccs twenty
five cents a sharo higher than in Ho
nolulu. This means that San Fran
cisco has moro conlldcnco In tho cor-
talnty-of tho sugnr tariff than HonO'
lulu, Which Is always easily scored.
It seems rsafo to predict' that no
change In tho tariff will come during
tho extra session of Congress. A
hard fight will be made, however, to
hccuro a chango during", the j-egulnr
session. Hut still the. Uinncca are In
favor nf Hawaii The reduced wool
schedule, just passed by the Senate,
will, If approvcit, by tho'Trcsldent, ro
duco tho national rovenu Other re
duction schedules aro on tho list In
como before sugar, so when Con
gress gets to this largest of revenue
producers tho comi try "will need tho
Jlnim-itrnd Drawing. . v
Tho lust of the present series of
drawings for homesteads by tho Ter
ritory was for seventy lots In tho
ljiwnl tract, Kauai. From1 tho result
these lots aro not In much favor.
Tho drawing camo off on Monday,
and thero woro but twcnty-nlno ap
plications. Tho status of tho homesteaders wio
havo applied foi patents tn home
steads In Kim, Hawaii, Is still unset
tled nnd will be probably tnken to
tho courts. "The Attorney-General has
notified thcBO holders tn appear for n
test case, nnd tho outcome wlllbeyj
tho standard ror an nomestenu prov
logs, in tho future.
.ludd THkw Ofllrf. ,,
Charles & Judd took over tlio olllce
of Land Commissioner on Tuesday
morning. Ho has been engaged on
,tho mainland for somo time in , tho
Federal Forest Service, and is said to
bo thoroughly conversant wlth land
complications In overy form,, which
may result In' a straightening out ot
the land tangle now existing In Ha
waii. Hill Start lliilldtiig.
The sllj1 for the J now Kuplnhihl
Girls' homo in Knlihl has been ap
proved nf, and tho contractors have
boon given orders to go, ahead with
the work of erecting tho new build
ing. Tho $10,000 appropriated by the
last legislature, added to the l 5,000
set aside by the legislative body of
1909, Is considered quite sufficient to
put up n modern, up-to-date home.
Eucalyptus, As a wood for commer
cial purposes In the Islands In the:
future, Is receiving' much attention1
from the Fedornl officials horo that
havo that sort of work In charge.. A
largo number of eucalyptus seeds
havo been planted In tho Nuuanu Val
ley, comprising many varieties, and
these will bo wntched In their growth
to determine which Is the best species
for futijre, use In n commercial way.
Free From TuIhtuiIokIs.
Accnidlng to n report made by Ter
ritorial Votorlharlan Norgaard, tho
work nf wocdlng outtuheicnlosls
fiom among the hords of this city
that are supplslng milk, has been so
successful and tliornugh that nt the
present tiiuo them are but sen cows !
Infected, and that by the end of thu
rt iK.jtiw ot.tw a ' '
weok he expected to report that tin He;
haiLJieen.dono away with When tho j
workas first started and tho testa i
wero made, over 7(10 tos weiu found
Are You Iteglitereil I
Ily an act of the last legislature,
nil voters (leering tn vote at the uim
Ing election must bo registered again,
rcgnrdloSB nf anj previous registra
tion. The now registration opened In
tho City Clerk's office oil Thursday,
nnd electors miy bo legislcnd dally
on nny legal day between the hours
of nlno n. m. nnd four p nt with
tho exception 'of the half holiday on
Saturdaysuntil tho third Wednesday
before tho general election In Novem
ber of next yenr.
'Tobacco raising In the Komi dis
trict Is going ahead Negotiations
have been closed betwiui I ho Konn
Tobaico Company and llackfcld &
Co, whereby tho latter llrm will ad
vance $80,000 to tho toh.icio (ompali),
nnd at tho same, time will tnkc charge
of the marketing of thu product This
ngrccment will bo In force for ten
Through lack of facilities for han
dling the crops, thu lolucio company
has had but one hundrtd acres plant
ed, but with tho Introduction nt new
capital fifty uddltlon.il acres will bo
planted this tall, and it Is expected
that tyro hundred acres will comprlsu
the crop for 1913.
It la expected; eighty per cent of
tho next crop'wlll be of tho vviupcr
variety nhd,Wll,l command a prico
l.inglng rrom!f 1.31 lo $.1 per pound
and better. Thl. uuordlng to export
estimate, wllfl bring tlic'-Ivnluo of the
1913, crop ill the neighborhood bt
1 25,000. , lr v
One Ilredglnc Hid.
There was cnlj one, bid made for.""1 carr"" '""'J' ""ls of ciuincil plneB
of tho channel off Fort"
Armstrong, uml that by the Hawaiian
Dredging Complin), which named 73
cents per square yard for tho .work.
According to tho engineers,' there nro
ubo'uf 40,000 square yards to bo moved,
which will make tho contract "worth
29.200. -This bid wjll.havo to bo
sent to Wnshlpglnn for approval
At.o mictjng of thu Territorial llitr
bor Commission, held on Wednesday,
nt which "conillllons" along tho wa-
Iprfront were up for discussion, nnd
nt' which (liajnidi, stevedores and
transportation companies were In
vited, 'charges wiru madothat a num
ber nf the., wlunes along tho city-
front were In such a" bad stalo that
llio draylng companies had unfilled
the steamship companies that they
would bo held lesponsllilo ror any
dainago tn the, learns that were com
pelled to go nn tho whnrvon fni tho
purposeful reletting or iiciivoring
. , & Co.'s. .
For eating, drinking and cooking
Pure, Delicious, Nutritious
AV i ',..
TtriUtcrcl U. i Tatint Office
Breakfast Cocoa, 1;2 lb. "tins
Baker's Chocolate (unsweet
ened), 1-2 lb. cakes
Gentian's Sweet CJiqcolatc,
1-1 lb cakes
For Bile by leading Groctri In Honolulu
Walter Baker & Co. Ltd.
DORCHESTUK. MASS., U. S. A.
53 HIGHEST AWARDS IN
EUROPE AND AMERICA
fny j i -feY
r '""j - '" ' i "" "
freight. Thu Ilnikfeld wharf came inj
for a big scoring on Its construction.,
Kxiirms Itnle Itidui Ihm. I
A smart red in Hon In freight rates!
has been made by Wells Fargo Ex-'
press Company, and n further reduc
tion Is looked for on tho first of next
month, by which it Is said that there,
will bo li saving of thousands of dot
lais to tho business men of tho city.
Thu rates quoted shnw that In sumo,
Instances they havo been cut nearly
In two, nnd another feature that fig
ures in the chango Is tho making of,
a, through rate between any two
.For I'nrc Milk.
The dairying Interests ot the city
and this Includes tho small dealers in
nearly every Instance have glen
every assistance, by the sacrifice bf
money, time and cattle, tn tho end
that tho city shall have the put est
milk obtainable. Tho Dairymen's As
sociation, under tho Immediate super
vision of Mr. Iscnberg nnd Mr. Pond,
has, nt largo expense, Installed the
best electric milk purifying machinery
known to science, and It Is claimed
that tho product, put out by this asso
ciation Is as pure na It Is possible to
Canning pineapples has started In
on the season's rush at the factories
at Iwllel, and In two weeks more will
be right In the midst of the heaviest
work. The hundreds who find cm-
ployment at tho cannerlei aro now
-forking overtime, and It will bu but
shurt tlnio until there will bo n
night j;nng put mi the work. t
Thu first gnnd-Blzed shipment of
. 5'nn",,l l,ln;l" for this M-ason will go
irorward to tne t'niikt nn tho Lurllno
''' innd'wfll consist of'about 2o!ubo ouses.
i Ilich' Coast-bound vessel, after that
n"1 botllrd Julco to tho wnltlng mar
kcts in the Klates. Tho American
Can Com pany is being pressed to tho
limit to keep up with tho demand for
MnMiig Sen or l'liir.
It Is announced that plans havo
been drawn for tho buildings, and the
latest Improved nia'rhlncry been r
dcied, for the ere cl Ion of u plant for
the manufacture of sower and other
plpo of a liko nature. Crushed lava
rock will form tho principal lugiedl
cut In the romiinslthin of the articles
It Is Intended to manufacture.
,1'rurl Harbor lliilldlngi.
The Navy Department Is now oit
with Invitations forjilchlcrs to nnmo
their figure on the construction of
llio foundations nf seven or tho build
ings at 1'i.irl Harbor, for which plans
and specifications havo been prepared
This Is tlio Initial' move in tho large
amount of building construction that
will be carried on at tho naval baso,
and which will probably extend over
n number of yours. These buildings
aiu known an tnolhoitscs, storehouses,
machine shops and steamflttcrs' shops J
Information on tho proposed work,
together with plans, can bo had by
application to Admiral Cowles nt the
.Nalillii) Itubbrr Compunr "'
Krnm tho Information contained in
tlio sixth annual report bf tho Naklhu
Itubtior( Company, that company fully
expects t'hat by tho em of this jenr
tho receipts from the sales of tho
product will bo sufllrlqnt to moot tho
expenses of the plantation and It will
not bo necessary to lovy an assess
ment. The trees at that tlmb will be
about live years old nnd In tho prlmo
of condition for tnpplng. s
Samples of 'the rubber from these
trees havn been exported, nnd It Is
said to bo equal to tho best grown
in tho Malayan districts. About 20,000
trees will be tupped.
Wnrk of securing a solid bottom
for the drydock nt I'enrl Harbor with
n mass of idles has been going on
during the week at tho rnto of forty
piles n day. This wnrk Is bolng done
by a gang of export plle-drlvors, who
have been procured from among the
best on the Const.
Thero Is a vessel on .the way hero
with a load of piles for tho work, and
It ls expected that ho will mrlvo at
tho harbor before tho supply now
being driven Is exhausted, so that
there will bo no delay, A now float
ing Oilier Is under consliucllon. and
when placed In rniiinilrstnn. villi In
creaso the number of piles driven
r & n 2 t
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THE BANK OF
I Or HONOLULU, HAWAII,
AT TrE CLOSE OF BU3INCaS, JUNG 30. 1311.
Loans, dlinuuts mid over
drafts jn.us.oi:, or,
II.. n. Is CMl.tH.I 17
Hunk pre i n I -es and ilxlurcs 10i.3-,nn
Ileal estate ........ 7,0Ili KJ
CmtoinerH' II ibllltlci under
I. tic is of e relit. ifi.i;sn
Cusli mid dim from lulil.s.. 1,311, MM 17
Other iisfcI L',.U,r, to
1 1' II DAMON, Cii'lilir, do solemnly mwuii that the aline lie trao tn tho
best of my kiiowltdKn mid belief. t
r II DAMON, C.trldrr.
Kxaiiiliied mid found iiirnvt:
J. A Met'ANI)l.i:S8 )
i It. A. CDOKi: ) Director j n. WAi.Kint, Auditor
C II ATIIIIIITON )
Kubxcrlbed und sworn tu before Hie this 1st day of .lult inn.
J D M.vltolMIH
W" July 1G. 18, 22. 2G. 20 Notury
(Juarantlnc ngalnnt certain IsXnul
fruits Is still being maintained by tlio
California authorities, wfth the pros
pects of having the lines ill awn a
little tighter. According tu the latest
advices from the Coast, Statu Horti
cultural Commissioner Jeffrey Inn
taken the matter up wltlitho States
north of California In regard In be
ing more strict In allowing a possible
fruit pest entrance.
The campaign for lighting tho fruit
fly here ls being placed in effective
shape, and on tho first nf next month
lha riibiubi will e oiihih'Ik i--ln earnest.
Much vnluiblu Information nn how tn
get rid of the fruit flv has been giv.c-n
by those who urn familiar with lis
habits, and It Is hoped that the result
of (hn campaign will bo tho complete
eradication of tho pest.
Articles of incorporation went filed
during the (alter part of tho wcck by
the KakiisuJI Company, I.lcl , thrnucli
tho office or A. U C. Atkinson It Ik
u fishing company, operating a num
ber nf power samp ins The capital
htoek Is $'.000, divided Into r.on shares
nf n par value of til) each A U C.
Atkinson Is tho secretary and treas
urer of the company.
i m I
CENTRAL IMPROVEMENT -CLUB
Politics in tho Central imprnvemont
Cuminltteo will lint bu allowed, nc
rurdlng In members nf tho committee
who were present ut a special meeting
last night when II. T. Mills nroso and
gave notice nf his Intention to Intro
duce at tho next meeting a resolution
calling fur action toward nominating
a nou-parltsan city and county ticket
at the next election.
I' I). Crccdon and Father Vulontln
both expressed' their dlsappioviii of
such u course. ,r1f (Hillttcs come in,
1 go out," said Crcedon, nnd ho voiced
the sentiments of a number of others
Crccdon said today that tho commit
tee will licit hold tpgethcr If it tries
tu tnlto part In, politics. "iuch ii
mnve, however, 1 do nut think will
ever bo made," ho said.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
EnUred for fUcord July 27, 1911.
From 830 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
K'nlmukl' iJind Co Ltd to Mr
(IcorKe Iona ,. , I)
Alice K MaifarlHIin unci lisb to II I
'iitcrliouie Tr Co Ltd, tr ,..,.. M
l'runk (Indfiey tu VVIIMani It Cas
tle, tr M
Entertd for FUcord July 27, 1911.
From 10i30 . m. to 4t30 p. m.
I'lWV'iie K Allele und wf to l.ono I
Trent Trust Co Ltd, ti, to Knliiiukl
1 .a nil Co Ltd
John H McOrew nnd as tr nnd wf 1 1
ill tn Trent Trust Co Lid. tr Tr I)
J It Ilornbergcr. tr, and wf to Mrs
Kicwcns KhiiIIII , , ...
Kc aloha und lisji et ul tu Mrs Annie
Annie I I'belp to Mnrj N Slinersnn I)
W Ci Aibl tu Mile Lots . l'lan
Tn;it TriiKt Co Ltd to A 11 Dondeio I
it ul .... .rarllel
A II DomUrii 1 1 al to Clin Yin. D
Trent 'fruit Co Ltd, tl.,1" Knliiiukl
laind Co Ltd , '
I) It (llseii to vuu llamiii-'iuuiiK
Shl)o)utl Kulolin tn von lliimin
Voipig i'n Lid ... CM
Entered for Record. July T3, 1011.
From 3i30 a: m. to 10r3O . m.
William Suvldge-lo"Aou' lluninff1
j . 7
. I I Hill. I
pjlal p ild up
iriliM ami piollt-.
1 lUlll.tf u;ii
.r, 1,174 ;-,
s Vj:i is
JVssi.ui. is i
I'turli li fund
I.c liirs of en .111 on! land
Dividends uncalled fur t..
I'ul.llc, rirst Judklul Clrnill, T II
LB. KERR ft CO.
Tho return nf I. I). Kcu .M Co,
Ltd, tu tho iliy goods tiaiio Is ono
of thu announcements of tho wculc
Manager Kc.ec nunc months ago i Ins
cd mil his cntlio dry gixidi line with
tho firm intention nf e'oilllnlng his
tiiule exclusively n mciifr nirnlshlnt
mid tho shoe dep-irtminis In his
man) .vears of bubiness however lip
had built uff.-i l.irKo'i Mental that kept
coming In his sloio and asking for
llio old lime llrj goods lnrgilns. Thu
result Is thai when Mr. Ken nudo
his lei cut trip to tlio mainland hu
pine based a full lino of do ri'mls and
hu bought nt flguics that enable him
tn mako tho public somu rem irkablu
ohus. 'I no silo Unit v 111 iqien on
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