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Filasonic Temple
(Visitors who have not beea JV
xtntned must be in th Tem-jfjr
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Weekly Calendar
TUESDAY
School of Instruction. Special.
Grand lecturer in Charge,
.7 30 p. m
WEDNESDAY
School of Instruction. Special,
Grand lecturer in Charge,
7:30 p. m. All Masons are cor
dially welcome. Officers are
urged to attend.
TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY
of July 24 and 25 the Instruc
tors of the Blue Lodges are
requested t be at the Lodge,
room at 4 p. m. to receive
instructions from the Grand
Lecturer.
8CHOFIELD LODGE
SATURDAY
Felfows
WEEKLY CALENDAR
MONDAY
Harmony Lodge No. S. 7:30
p. m. Regular meeting.
TUESDAY
Excelalor Lodge No. 1, 7:10
p. m. Initiation of candidates.
THURSDAY
' pacific Rebekan Lodge No. 1.
7.3a p. m. Regular bustaess,
8:15. Amateur show. Danc
ing and refreshments.
HONOLULU L0D06 i I.
MODERN ORDER '""XVrtUdditions and when they are paid for
- Will meet at their c TUJzZ -flnls- will be written on his collect-
Beretanla art Fort t kjJW
cjTw. ASCH. Leader.
; . FRANK MURRAY, Becretary.
HONOLULU LODGE flif ?. Cj
' zoeews &J uw
'WlangsBL naf
Fortrevery Friday
evening. Vislttng
brothers are cor-1
dlally Invited toat-ljj
tend,
JAS. H. FIDDES, E. R
H. DtJNSHET. Sec
HERMANNS SOEHNE I
MaraIuIu LDdQS. nOh 1- - I
viraammlungen in K. of P. Hall
t,a AHtirnn. Montac: - I
a nnA -io . fient. S ond 17. Oct I
1 Vind 15. Nov. 6 nnd 19, Dee. 3 und 17. J
EMIL KLEMME, Praes. I
n dot tts a.Vr I
1U I
MYSTIC LODGE- No. 2, K of P.
itMti to Pvthian Hall, corner Fort
-.T tjT.; .t,.ts. evarr Friday
brothers cordially Invited.
a. rrr TITTY T n ll
I., n. euu v.
a tj iKnna. P r -c. n and h I
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ERNEST & KAAI
-Hawaire Music Man"
UKULELES'
Instruction Hawaiian Mualc, Etc
Studio 61-62 Youna Bfdo.
Store Woltsra Bldg Union St.
SEE
t COYNE
FOB FUEIHTUBE
Young Building
U1KEENY PAEK
Elegant' Lots
OHAS. DESKY, Agent
Merchant, near Fort
DEVELOPING
PRINTING : : ENLARGINQ
Beat In - e City
Honolulu Picture Framing A
Supply Co.
MESSENGER ga
o
AND
LAUIiDRY
mm ' .'' fj '
i"i;Hiiijiiif V
TWO POPULAR
MAUI COUPLES
SOON WILL WED
(SMCUI SUr-BnlUtU CtRMMUllM.)
WAILUKU, July 20. Announce
tnent is made this week of the en
gagement of four of Maui's popular
young pcopfe. An Interesting fea
ture is that one of the brides-to be
and one of the prospective bride
grooms are brother and sister
Miss Maria E Pogue. of VV aJ uku I
and Mis. Mary K. Hart of WairukuJ
her com in marriage to Mr. C. Co-
vllle Pogue, of Walluku. Miss Pogue
. Xf aaa jtana-fc.aa ant a-a I
Uu:,: ;7"u-Tftp;' r
have spent most of their later years
in California in school, having re
turned home about a year ago.
Miss Pogue expects to leave for
the coast in September, and her wed
ding is planned to take place later
in the fall or winter at the home
of relatives in Santa Clara. Her
fiance, who is a native of Fresno, I
Cal., has been in the islands forlpionage act which empower the Presi
two years. He was formerly em-
ployed by the Kahulul Railroad
pany but for some time he has been
in the employ of the East Maui Ir-
rigaUon Company, and stationed at
Huelo.
Miss Hart, a well known and pop-
ular Wailuku girl, is the daughter 1
of Mrs. Edmund H. Hart, bhe is
clerk and stenographer in the vai-la
lnku district court. Mr. Pogue, whom
she will marry. Is associated with
his father at Kaiiua. ine aaie ior
their marriage has not been set
TTjviii .nn.(.nf nA .ni.
. "r""lV. M.lii.i.rf
XSSl he wfll not purchase any more
animals for the too at Kaplolani pane
r,-L i. ttnnn wrrth nf ani-
malt and birds there now which I was
HOLLINGER QUITS
BUYING ANIMALS
li . a.i - mnA T fMllvu ion uiewui o vi uuauij nut
that I hara done my part." said Hoi-
. T V'. A 41,. I
UBUUUUVM - I
SrSttS.uT.d.
Ition, ttey -HI h to be touted."
As soon as ne nas ume xioiuuger
lis going to make a last appeal to the'j
f tm imu and other recent I
mr acUviUe.
n
(SmcUI fUr-BslUtni Corrndc.) I
WAIL.TJKTJ. Maui. July 21. The su-1
,,.- ordered sealed tenders
f0P additions to school build-1
1 a a
follows: Makawao, Haiku.
Puukolli. Kaluaaha (Molokai), Kaele-
vn schools, and a new principals cot-
uhooi. Hamataia-
LAhV fc vw aB I
poko. I
Thl COUniT S.1BO UUUVB iv uia.
rangemenU with the plantaUons for
hnildlnas at Camp 10, Spree-1
vMsTllle. and perhaps Keahua and
paia. whic might later be taken overldrawn in tne draft to enlist in the
by the county.
' I
. . . . I. I
Arrestea on cnarge oi mauciouB Biw-1
. . . a i. lt.u . caa iHin
rnT.
empwywwi rLZrZ5L ZZZ.'.
PMJ. wa committoo oy u I
LJT'r I
. I
i. .iiaa.vi hit. thrown some iron i
-.i-,. i.fA rin-.i f ran
wuym -. - : . - rr.Ji.w
which narrowly escapea going
mill.
Ul . a w I ,
Worth O. -Aiken was yesterday rec-
ommended by the Maul chamber ofl -
commerce MMairf's repMntave on
tne tiawmii rrouiuuuu vwuiiuhwu I
In order that its plant may be kept
Jn operation- a greater part of the
time than la possible at present wim
pineapples as the sole product, the
management of the Haiku Fruit ft
Pacing Company ia considering a
plan of canning beans and possibly
ether vegetables aunng me on sea-
An
am. . . Vaa. 1 . .. ..iiiMtmi
lUI nilVI UM VCftUU Vamu.Su -
against automoMlist. who drive vrith-
0U i";,V.IV v TT.n.
iA Mnrml'
ahlvo, K. Arakawaand Murakami, each
. . a . m - -T
xonwiea vi. w. V"1J"",'
, ' r VTr . . t.-of
. T vt - V. V. I
less operator . -ui. u
appointed water works superintendent!
ror US. town, iuw-Ming i . nunc, i
who has been placed on the pension
list
A petition for water from the Maka-
. IV. .i1Mr.. I
w.vcf 7""" .'"
gardens at Paia, made to the super-1
been rererreo to tne county engineer i .
Jni!ln.tendent 0f MatoWM
Through the breaking of the hal-l
yards on the 80-foot. flag staff the
usual dlsphiy of tte naiial emblem
b arwai. u uxw --u-. wuk "v""tered the back of the infant's skuU
haa been mtesmg for several days. As emeg from the forehead, death
ye. do o-o ama vweu wuau wuuus lu l
undertake the slippery job of climb-
Lof tte 8,endr
Frank Crockett, son of W. F. Croc
kett of Wailuku, has returned home
from Ann Arbor, Mich., where he com-1
pleted his law coarse with high hon-
on. . In graduating he received the I to
degree of doctor of Jurisprudence, be-1
tax one of IS out of class of 108 1
members so honored. He will prob-lington.
ably Join his father in the practise of I
law on Maui. I
I
STAR-BULLETIN GIVES YOU I
JCDAY NEWS TODAY T lurday.
ADDITIONAL TELEGRAPH NEWS
MILITARY VALOR MEDAL
GIVEN QUEEN OF BELGIUM
(AuocUUS Prtu Vy V. t. VstsI CobubssJ.
cstloa ftes)
PARIS, France, July 24. King Em
manuel of Italy has presented the
medal for military valor to Queen
Elizabeth of Belgium.
AMERICAN GUNNERS
SINK TEUTON DIVER
(AuocUU rrM by V. a. Tal Co:
mat
csnsa smc)
PARIS, France. July 24. Sinking of
e. st v a B'KIth i1 r tt aAlAf it ia ra.
rted by RQ Amerlcan veMel whlch
Arrived In a French jx rt yesterdar.
ZbrnulS. ud g4ve .ubmei
sible more than shot for shot, firing
uiu
thirty-five in all. A little wreckage
i "me oil told the story of final
destruction by the American gunner?.
SHUT DOWN ON EXPORTS
TO EUROPEAN NEUTRALS
(JLssocUUd Ptms toy U. a. Ht1 Commsnl.
canon Brne)
WASHINGTON. D. C. July 24
Enforcement of the terms of the es
dent to place such embargoes upon
Com-lexpors as he may deem advisable has
given the administration a control
lover American exports that proves to
be absolute. As a result of the em-
Ibargoes announced in the President's
proclamation of July 8, not a single
cargo for the neutral countries of
Northern Europe has been cleared for
week
SENATE LEADERS TO
PUSH WAR TAX BILL
(AsseeUUd Prui by TJ. 8. Vsvtl CommuBt
WASHINGTON. D. C. July 24.
Leaders in the senate have decided
that there is nothing to be gained
by further delay in the war tax meas
are. This attitude was decided upon
yesterday after a prolonged confer
ence at which it was pointed out that
there is no telling how long the pro-
posed Uquor legislaUon will hang fire
It Is this uncertainty over the prohi-
WUjm eafnre that . Jaa W JJe
rr !
therefore voted to report the war tax
ft as approved, and the debate
J a il TTT J I
" ier iammit;Buj
""
BERLIN ADMITS SLAVS
WIN IN CARPATHIANS
f. . . . PrM y v 8 HtiTtI commTini.
BERLIN. Germany, June 23 A
general forward movement on both
aides of the Dneister was reported
from the Eastern front today, mo
Russians increased their hold on the
Carpathian ridge, but attacks to make
better their gains were repulsed.
The Flanders artillery fight con-
tinned throughout the night with no
marked gains on either side. Eight
rnicmr elanea were downed in the
course of the night, but the German
observation 'balloons were obliged to
ratim nnder attack of the English air
men.
ENLISTMENTS TAKE BIG
cTDinc cimpc no ACT
oiniut ousuu unm ,
iitaocUUd rrw by X. S. Kt1 Communi.
- ..Mvn turrie.1
WASHINGTON. D. C, July 24.
prmiBsion bavins been granted to
those whose numbers have Been
regular army or ine nauonai su.
up 10 me aay sei lot iub uewmB
.V .1.1-. n. aicmntV-c tho rnffl-
"-'y--" -
hr nf Tolnntarv enlistments have
hnmned to such an extent that many
-T,,h ftfnr h.v hn
.a
othVr than the one. in which the ap-
,. . l. J tw,-.
puc&um mro swicu f-
ling into the office of the provost mar
- i h.t th fr
.
force is swamped. In view of the
.t v-- V H aitt.
0 niuuwr, II lla.0 uccu ivuuu
r?t!T..." T."' ,,.:
Maa.aaa A 4 ..M A A a.ft.Ml AfllAV thflf
- "3" f" "7" m
haTe tQ return tQ JoJn tter own nom6
troops
JAPANESE BABY
SHOT WITH RIFLE
wrirt TTtrrt ir. ..4 Tnl. on a 99.
KiULItinU, OlOUt, UiJ v. XX
,..v .in. I- ha. k.n. rf 7.
p,." vUL
brought instant death to Kioko Taki-
Japanese baby, aged 2 years,
Qn mornlng cf this week. The
SyMIW-li VM a.Ma W M V -
Robinson child is the granddaughter
Mr. and Mrs. Henry Robinson, of
aaa.u.avi wj
son of Mrs. Akio Takista, a wash-
woman employed at tne Robinson
jj0mc
The accident, which is a peculiarly
distressing one, occurred between 10
5, " Jl, on55
WttUB UiO tUHUICU "CIO
Japanese mother was Busy with her
v tMan
. .,..),... fnnnA h Hfi
whicTh7ra7ajTa
Ka Mrtrll. i niv h
Li. .- ...twt. . r,.hW
,led the The bullet en.
being instantaneous,
.
RIVENBURGH IS MUM
um mai i en ur mir
Bertram G. RIvenburgh, commis-
sioner of public lands, yesterday de
dined to comment on a printed story
the effect that senator M. C. Pa
cheo of Oahn intends to investigate
who paid for a recent trip to Wash
At the auditor's office it was stated
that no vouchers. had been presented
for the trip by RIvenburgh, and that
the books closed for the period on Sat-
CONSTRUCT SIDEWALK
ALONG KALAKAUA AVE.
To construct a fine concrete side
walk anion g the entire length of Kala
kaua avenue on the makai aide from
John Enas road to Kaplolani park
bids are to be called for Wednesdav
by the city and county engineer's of
flee. According to the specifications.
approximately 25,000 square feet of
concrete is to be laid which will be
paid for entirely by property ownere
under the law. The bids win be
opened August
MUTINOUS CADETS
FIGHT ROYALISTS
WITH U. S. RIFLES
(Associated PrM by TJ. S, Naval Communi. I
cation Ssiltt)
MOSCOW Russia. July 23. Muti
nous cadets, armed with stolen rifles
of American manufacture, fought a
sanguinary battle with the loyalists.
Many mutineers weT Imprisoned.
WOOL GROWERS PROTEST
ACTION OF RAILROADS
(A.UOCUU4 Vtm by XT. 8. Ha-al Conusant.
cation S-rrteo)
CHICAGO. 111.. July 14. Unless t.ie
railroads of the West rescind their
orders to their diners against the use
of young lambs at meals, the lintd
will be boycotted by the Western
stock men and sheep raisers, declare?
the secretary of the National Wool
urowers' Association in a rorman
statement yesterday. The statement
says that the sheep raisers have as
serted that they will refuse to patron
ize the diners of roads keeping to
this policy, and that they will shir
their sheep over other lines. All the
Western railroads agreed to forbid
the use of spring Iamb in the dining
cars, and the regulation went inti
effect July 16, as one of the most
decided steps toward food conserva
tion. Veal also was barred as part
of the general policy against the use
of young meats.
AMERICAN-TROOPS
FAST LEARNING LESSON
(AsaocisUd Pr ms by TJ. 8. Naval Common!.
cation arric)
AMERICAN CAMP IN FRANCE,
July 24. United States troops in the
camp here yesterday extended the
war practise in which they are en
gaging. They now include bayonet
hand grenade, trench, mortar fire
and machine gun work. The officers
have decided to employ the men the
find best fitted for this work in the
fighting and the others for cam.)
work.
Better banking facilities are sorely
needed, and lack of them has become
a cause for complaint among the -men,
many of them, although they have ac-
counts at home, finding themselves
short of cash or completely out o?
funds here.
Numbers of officers are already
seeking billets in the next contingent
to reach here.
THINKS U. S. AIR PLANS
J.UST A HUGE BLUFF
(Associated Pross by V. S. Naval Conuaonl.
cation Mmu)
COPENHAGEN, Denmark, July 24.
"The American aerial program is I
just another huge bluff," according-
to a statement of a German aerial
commander as printed in the Berlin
papers.
"The Americans we have met so
far have not been a dangerous foa.
and there is nothing m their past
to indicate that they are going to
prove a real menace to Germany, he
continued.
In speaking of the aeroplane pro
gram, the German commander de
clared that the United States is "going
to have more difficulty in carrying
out the purely material and mechani
cal part or the program tnan sne
anticipates. In the first place, there
are no types of aeroplanes of the
practicable war kind now available
ror tne American lactones ana u win
be a long time before they can get
tnem. rne Aies ot tne Americans
realize this, as witness the recent
statement in the London Morning
Post, pointing out Just this difficulty
ahead of England's ally!
CITY DADS PLAN
FOR BET ROAD
Sunday the board of supervisors and
other department heads, under the
guidance of George Collins, city and
eountv eneineer. went around the is
land on an inspection of the belt
road.
Sn.i ttPntion wa vpt, th rnart
thmncrh K-nrti.,,n-- T.Anr
belt road is to be constructed with the
1500,000 appropriated by the legisla
ture. The work will commence at I
the Junction of the Pali and Waiman-
alo roads and continue for 10 or 121
miles. The length of the road, how-
ever, will depend principally on the
cost of building material when the
work beeins
A luau was in readiness when the
party reached Waialua and from all
reports It was "some feed." They ar
rived back in Honolulu about 7 o'clock
At thA ph tw, found th h-imin
turn nAflHv nmniAtort nH ih wn.ir
nt wirUn thA PAt of tha mart
retaining wall goipg ahead rapidly
with the $2,000 which the board ap-
propriated at one of its first sessions.
WILL MOVE TERRITORIAL
WAREHOUSE TO NEW SITE
Now that the Davies warehouse has
been removed from the foot of Bishop
street to .allow the extension of the
street to the waterfront, all that re-
mains in the way is the territorial
warehouse. At the meeting of the I
governor and board of' supervisors
last week this matter was taken up
as the county has its electrical repair
shop in the building. It is planned
to move the building to Allen street, I
opposite the old marine railway I
where the territory has leased a strip
of land from the Bishop estate.
I DR. Si YAT S
WANTS CANTON AS
CHINESE CAPITAL
TOKIO. Japan. July 24. Dr. Sun
Yat Sen is urging Chinese to establisu
I the capital at Canton in Kwantung
I province. At the present time one
faction favors Peking, another
is
boosting for Nanking, and now corner
the proposal that the Southern city
be made the capital. Nanking is the
most central of the three cities, and
is considered one of the healthiest
cities m china.
I VITAL STATISTICS
BORN
McENROE In Honolulu. July 20
1917, to Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Me
Enroe. of 360 Broad lane, a daugh
ter.
CAMARA In Honolulu, July 19. 1917
to Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Camara, of
1117 Gulick avenue, a son.
MELLO In Honolulu, July 19, 1917
to Mr. and Mrs. Feliciano de Mello
of Asylum road, Palama. a daugh
ter,
SCULLY in the Kapiolahi maternity
home, Honolulu, July 19. 1917, to
Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Scully, of 1743
Ashford street, Kalihi. a son.
VTILSON In honolulu. July 16. 1917
, x. - u.. wn.r. nf
510 South street, a son.
STONE At the Kaplolani Maternity
Home, July 22, lf17, to Mr. and Mrs
John F. Stone cf 25 Halelena park
a son Harold Franklin.
MORRIS In the Kaplolani Maternity
Home, Honolulu, July 21, 1917, lo
Mr. and Mrs. P. M Morris of Emma
street, a daughter.
JOHNSON In Honolulu. Jcly 20 1917
to Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Johnson of
2444 Puunui avenue, a daughter.
MARRIED
WILLIAMS-MOKUMAIA In Hono
lulu, July 19, 1917. Samuel M. Wil
liams and Miss Roseline Mokumaia
Rev. Robert Ahuna. of the Hoomana
church, officiating; witnesess, A.
K. Williams and Akiu K. Ah Ml
HENOUENIN-RAND1N In Honolulu,
July 17, 1917, Paul Alfre3 Hengu
enin and Miss Anne Marguerite
Randin, Rev. Father Stephen J
Alencastre, of the Catholic cath
edral officiating; witnesses, Jean
Abadie and Mrs. Ernestine Abadie
WHITCOMB-SELTZER In Holton,
Kansas, July 5, 1917, Richard Sea
bury Whitcomb of the Honolulu Y
M. C. A., and Miss Marguerite Anna
Seltzer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.
Monroe Porter Seltzer, of Holton,
Kansas.
MOE-COLLINS In Honolulu, July 21
1917, Sgt. William Mce, United
States Signal Corps, and Miss Agne3
H. Collins, Mr. David C. Peters
pastor of the Christian church, effi
ciating; witnesses, Mr. and Mrs. C
E. Warriner.
KAAI-PAHUPU In Honolulu, July 21
1917, Albert M. Kaai and Visa Anole
Pahupu, Rev. S imuel K. Kamaioptli
assistant pastor of Kaumakapili
church, officiating; witnesses, Mrs.
Kaalokai Pahupu and Mrs. Ella
Smith
RICHARDSON-KAIN In
Honolulu
July 19, 1917, A. B. Richardson and
Miss Ellen Kaln, Re. E. M. Miller
of the M. E. church oi Oak:and, Cal
ifornia, officlatlns; witn5is?s, Amy
Nelson and Heteii uosimlcr
BARTLETT-JOHNSON- In Los Ange
les, California, July U, 1917, .ttor
ney Paul Robinson Bare e'.t of Hono
lulu and Miss Ruth lon a
daughter of Mrs. William N. John
son of New Hampshire, Re. Hany
Gray, officiating; witnesses, Miss
Anne Camilla HotcbkUs and Mrs.
William N. Johnson.
DIED
HAU In Leilehua, Oahn, July 20,
1917, William Hau, of Kalihi, this
city married, brakeman, a native
or Maui." 33 years old.
KAIHB In Honolulu, July 19. 1917,
Hiram, infant son of Mr. and Mrs.
k. Kaihe, of 1570 Anld lane, Paia
two months and six days old
GREIG In Washington Island. June
19, 1917, Mrs. William Greig, Sr
of Fanning Island, formerly of
Honolulu, widow, a native of Mani-
hiki, South Pacific, 75 years old.
Buried July 8 in Fanning island.
CARVALHO In Honolulu, July 11,
1917, Suzle, infant daughter of Mr,
and Mrs. John de Lima C&rvalho of
Hustace street, nine months and
two days old.
SYLVA In Honolulu, July 21. 1917,
Mary Sylva, inLict oaugntar of Mr,
and Mrs. Manuel B. Syl'i - f J915
Young street, one moath and one
day old
REBELLO In the Leah! Home. Hano-
luiu, juiy zu, iai, Manuel Jiorelio,
married, naval clerk, n native of
Portugal, thirty ti res years .M.
BAIV3?YIn kn, Waul, July 17,
1917, Mrs. Lof o BaHey, widow of
the late William Bailey, a native of
Hawaii, eighty-viree yens old
STARTLING RESULTS
IN HONOLULU
fJl ZJX TS?
ItlLTL
with weak, strained eyes was helped
by one application. Her mother could
nt Bew or read because of eye pains
In one week her trouble was gone. A
small bottle Lavoptik is guaranteed
10 helD EVERY CASE weak, strained
or inflamed eyes. ONE WASH startles
wlth lts incredible results. Pure
aluminum eye cup i-Ktti. Tne moi
listed Drug Company. Adv.
What's the Final
Outcome?
Anyone interested in the final out-
come of the war should hear E. W
Fox. who is giving a series of three
Sunday evening addresses in Kalmuki.
1. What say the Scriptures is the
final destiny of I an?
2. Proof that we are living in the
r - .ost important hour of the ages!
3. Some surprises and facta.
Meetings will open 7:30 p. m. at
1925 Twelfth avenue.
Island Headquarters In Can Franclaco
HOTEL STEWART
Rates from SI SO a day
itlitsu
Mt FaaMws Metis (BREAKFAST 50c
ia tW LmMd States rxNJUJt $1.00
c.a. "TMvirt a. a. c ca
individual Summer Sty It In
HATS
at MIm Power's Millinery Parlor.
Boston Bldg.
POULTRY PRODUCE
MEATS
Territorial Marketing Div'n.
Maunakaa nar ' un Phon 1140
YEE CHAN & CO.
King and Bethel Sts.
ORIENTAL SILKS
Fresh Pasteurised
MILE, CREAM
mnd Ice Crtam
Honolulu Dairymen's Assn.
Phone 1542-4676
BANISTER
6ho for business mn
Mar uf acturera' 8ho Store
1051 Fort St
The HUB now
in temporary store
at 78 So. King St., opp. Union
GriU
VICTROLAS
and Records
Brgstrom Music Co Ltd.
1020 Fort. Phoo 2321
Rvduc Ultimata Costa by Using
ALLIS-CHALMERS
MACHINERY
Honolulu Iron Work Company
STEINWAY
HAJJ.
Thayer Piano Co., Ltd.
Valencia Oranges
CHUN HOON
Kskaullke, nr. Queen Phon 3992
Thor Eleetrlo
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