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nVKNIMI IHJt.t.hTtN, HONOLULU, II. T . WEDNESDAY, OCT. SO. 1901.
$1 SHE USED A KNIFE
Vibllaiud Kverjr Day Except Sunday,
at 210 King Street. Hi novum -v , ,
T. H.. T thn ' The case of Kllion.i Pocpoc ihaigea
.... . ... Jn.rimiitin I --,-, .ilfl. ...ml) nn.1 Kitten nn III Wife
wITT x.-TolT y vMnnoroi 'uJiTor , Mnry Vwp0'' camc ,,p for ,rla " ""' PROMISED IN EXCHANGE
SLf' - ' I'ollci- Court this forenoon l'oepoo.
Entered at the- I'ot Ofllce at Hono-, pune.l himself cmlnentlv ftiiuulc or
lulu as second-class matter. , ilefcnilliin lili.i'clf He a Uc.l Ills lto
. I fiucttlom she ns fonnl to unite and
SUBSCIUI'TION RATES, j then stood up ns the onh witness In
Per mouth, anywhere In U. S....I .75 ,s H ciefrn.ee.
Per year, anywhero In U. S.... 8.00 poenoe ulel that the troulilc between
Per year, postpaid, foreign 13.001 ,i,, ttf,. ,,,,,1 iiimcelf Imppened on Mini-
Payable Invariably In aavauce.
Post Ofllce Bos 718
WEDNESDAY OCTOHEU 30 1101
K11C1IHY I IIUnilol'iKu.
d.i moinliiK Jut preMoilH id his go
ing to work On S.ituriln night, lie
IukI n turned from work und Ittnilecl
her $11. bin wkJ. " w.iros, nslcInK lier
lo ito to Kiiunl for tlielr two children,
who had been on that Inland Ioiik
Nothing wn said and on Monday
niomliiK In iiskril Ills wife what she
hid done with the money. The replv
was tbit she had iiien It to her rela
tives us the wire In need He lemon,
str.iteil mid she became nhusllc, lie
tlniliiK that he would fight with him
until he struck her. and then sho
wouhl swear out a wartnnt for his Jt-
Mpilibers of the Republican Tenl
torl.il lommlttec who l their otei
added to their membership lllegil
methods, repudiated the laws laid down
b the Territorial t omentum, icjiuill
aled the action of the l'lfth District
tommlttee and eieated an Uxixutlm
lommittiu In which ll.iw.ill.in-Aiuerl-
iniiK hae no represeniniioii. .cannot ",.,.,
fall to renlle that their arts were In- g"( jm,i nt llm and tore his
Jurlous to the part and retire nn lIo,h(It n, CMIR,t and hi Id her In
ndoicint.nl from .in seitlon of tin ,,,, , ,,,.,, rnl further action of the
jnrt rank and llle ' j,,,,,, , . !, BI,p,,c,i a knife.
The llulletln does not ncrie with t"" Saturallv he did not inio to be stub
opinion expressed by null) and upheld 1)Cl l(, Rrili,l((i fe-H wrMs
b the Thurston ormui that the com-!n1( t()r,,, ,hl, )(nl(. frm ,er hand,
mitten should forthwith be lepudlatid ,,,, ,,,,, flirl,,, t lint he was nfrald
b oindnls and tin people Siie.il .f )f ,,,, tt,r,, ,.r Hist Inipulrp was ul
murso ran accomplish nothing but ,, , Ria,, kllUo S10 wn3 uif
printer chaos when the situation l l'" i Spanish
iead s.ully mlv.il l'nit strenmh 11 i,K(, wit. tix snl.l theie was a doubt
not gained b bolting Olllclils only,,,. ,,,, n,ln,, ...,i .Hn-harced the defen-
FOR HAWAIIAN SEEDS
Commissioner Taylor Receives Advices
From California About the
Chances of Getting
Vra Tnylor, Commissioner of Agri
culture, n while ngo sent a lot of plants
and seeds to the Catholic M'lilun
Moamon, Samoa. Uro. Phlllppo hat
acknowledged the nmlpt of the iloutv
tlons b thu Vcntuia's inn 11. promising
Mr. Tn lor nt the same time to send
him taro. breadfruit and mnnolc seeds,
also speclimns of the timber woods of
Mr. Talor tins also relied n leply
fiom the Cooper Ornithological Club
of Ha wards. Cal., to his Inquiries re
garding woodpeckeis. The litter sa
the spei les In that locality Is the
"Oalrdneis" woodpecker, the "Downy"
being a dcnlmi of the l'nstmi States
The birds might be collected leadlly
enough but the wilier doubts If tiny
would sun he the ionge to Honolulu,
being strlitl) lnettloious In their
weaken themselun ami the part) by
tefusln to recognize the pally oriyti
7.illon though that oigimlzatlon uui'
be gullt of gross mlrm iuig mvnt and
Hie Hepubllcnii Ttnitorlal commit
tee Is In dut) bound to nctlfi Hi mis
tikes and that right speedlb This It
fan do. This It must do If tne members
bavc an regard for party welfare Hid
holding the support It. the part nl
Sadly 111-lchlt.od If not Illegal Is the
most ih.irit.ib1c Interpretation that can
be put on the committee's action of
Monda) It Is within the powir of the
committee' and the uewl) eteili'd mum
hers to correct the fault.
The situation demands that .1. A.
Oilman and J. Y ilones shall it fuse to
accept the poMtlon of cxccutlo iom
inltleemen "nt large" conferred upon
tlirni by the Teirltorlal cummlttee.
Ihe situation demamls that the ter
ritorial iiunmitti'i- Khali gliu the Fifth
District in tciuullt ot repitsintiitloii
III tin- i:vuciltli body.
The -limit ion demands that the Hawaiian-American
branch of the part)
daut whose stori was straight from
the shoulder and told without hesita
tion Dm lug the course of bis stor)
he showed scars on his arm said to
haie bctn made 1 prciloits knife nt
ticks on the part of his wife
STUDENTS III E IN
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
Personally Selected in Europe
Just arrived and being placed on
cur shelves dally, CHINA, MA
JOLICA, BOHEMIAN, GLASS,
METAL, TERRA COTTA WARES,
STATUARY, ETC. Choice new
stock of FINE CUT GLASS.
Selections may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Sehaefer.
Kukul St., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.;
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
Architects, Contractor! and Builder.
Edward R. Swain,
ITANOESWAlb BID ,
J. r. KltEY
Hoffman & Riley
I'.d Bot lt
AND IN UOTTLE.
Geo. W. Page. TeU 221
P. W. Iteardslce. p. o. Box 771
BEARD8LEE ct PAQE
Architects nnd Builders.
Office. Hooms 2-4, Arllngtoa Annex,
Honolulu, T. II,
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Bhort Notice.
OK ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen Sj Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
to Run the Engine
Wanhlnc!tcin, Oct I'l President
Itouieeelt anil part) lit uracil to Wiuli-j
lugtini nt 10.su a. in. todi) The fw
clal tinln of tno private earn, putlic!
lutn the I'l'iiiis-j H aula station Jinst
alunil of the ) clcnil IxprenK, of whlcu
It conxtltiited the llrnt Hectlon Small i
) Vektenl in afternoon Dr. C. N. Thom-
nt., man.iKcr of the Ilostnn Concert
I company, ilelUeied an Interesting ad-
I dirts at the High school on "Students'
I life In IllcdelberK nnd llcrlln UnUcrsi-
tles" Dr. Thomas spent two ears
there studlnR philosophy nnd history
i Anions other thliiRs he saldf'Hcfore u
jotniK man Is admitted to the tinUcrsl-
J ties he must complete his studies at
the Rjmnnslum. Herman lm)s beRln
their studies there nt the ngo of nine
. When elcen they begin to study
Latin, when thirteen. Ouol; unci thoee
tiottds saihucd at te.-ial points who oput to study for the mlnlstiy
alonK the line- fiom New llmi'ii hole hetdn to study Hebrew- at the farl
and ihii'ii'il the train as It pasBi'd Sec I awe of II f teen. They usually complete
ii tin) liny returned with the Proul
ucnt hum .New Have n,
()nl a few people hail K.ithernl at
the Mullein here hut n sipi nl of pnllii
ami ileteitlcs and Chief Wllkl of the
Secret Scrki' with scleral uniiers.
;uirileil the approai lies The 1'iesl-
shall hae a fair representation In thn dent hail htcuUnstcd earl) nnd was In
It Ik within the powir of the Terrl
tnilnl inmiuittip to ccineit lis mlst.ikea
ami iniiccted these mistakes must he
if the iiimmlttie ixptets to ul.iln thi
innflilenee of the Kepuhlle.ill Miters of
thin Ii rrltor)
the college ionise when eighteen. The
amount of know ledge they accumulate
Is perfectly nmiulm; During their
college course they hno litually mi
cno)ment8 nor athletic sports, When
through with college coin sis then -they
mimt btueh four euiK mine at the
exiellent xplilts. He wnM ilael In a unlcrsltv hefene the-) ntc allow lo
lough sadt suit and a dark fell hat, I ruro )a, medicine or cntei the
aim ns ho wall.i'il briskly down tin- ',.... ., ,. ni, ., ., ,,, ...
long platform smilingly acknowledged "'"""O ' '"' "i1 J at the unl
tho ciLctliiiiH of th railni.nl i.mi.ini... Ucislty the nerngo student tilts to
When ho leached the engine that had
Turks in League
With the Brigands
tiullcel the train from Philadelphia hu
remheil up his h.iml to thn engineer
"1 wanted " he said to them, to get
out on the euglno this minnlng, hut I
dlil imt know whither I would bo pel
mltteil to. Now. next time 1 take n
tilp I want to rielo on thu tiiglne"
Aiiompauiid h) MIsh HoeisoNelt
Commander Cow les and Secular) Cor-
leiyou, Hie" riesiiieut was clriuu elp
recti )to the White House.
immeiiiaiei) to iiih ulllce, wlieio n
large ncciiniulntloii of buslueHs nwnlt
eel him ami denied himself lo all call
.New York, Oct. "3 Thu Iletscherna
I'oHilitii, u Mnii-donlnu newspapei,
jnibllslieel at Solla. Ilulxarlu, ilctlaie.B
that the Turkish tlciops following the
brigands holding Mlsi Klleii M, Siciuo.
the Amerliun uilsslonnry and her help
er, Mine 'I si Hen, tor i. in so in hao no
Intention of ti)lng to capture the rut
linns sa)s the Vienna correspondent ol
the World On the (ciutrni) the sol
elms and Turkish o'.Ililals provide tin.
biigaiuls with tood, it Is essence! I in
newspaper sa)'b that the iirlgmiels are
being proterteel under onleis Irom I In.
highest luikiih umlioritiis ioi tnt
leason that tho Sllllnn 1h kei n ftit n
engo ngnlnst the I'nited htates Ioi " "Vr ''" ml,'r ,,r Jup.in
the pressuie hlought lo beni by Amer- " "irougn Mr Hii)n
lea with retertnie to Indemnities for
the Armenian miiBoiuri s by the 'lurks.
Ah these declarations emanato from
the organ of a revolutionary party that
lmve a lo.val gooel time. Dr. 'Ihomas
then spuke In a eiy entertaining man
ner about their "knelpe ilubroom
lite, fighting sword duels, etc. In
speaking of the bright side of German
student life he continued.
"When the German student finally
settles down to work he forgets about
pleasure-. lie knows tils future career
I depends on passing his Main extwnl-
nations. Gtrm.iu piofissors nrc grrut
If You Want To Get The Greatest Value
For Your Money Buy
Light and Heavy
Spring - Wagons,
Etc., Etc. - - -
of G. SCHUMAN, LTD. The best line of goods on the
Islands. Agents for the famous Studebnkcr Vehicles.
KELLY-SPRINUFIFXD TIRES put on at the lowest figures.
3 G. SCHUMAN, LTD,
Merchant Street, between Fort unit Alnkcn.
Marquis Ito Talks
of Home Politics
New York Oil S3 .Mniciuls llo.
his suite tin ileihirutlon that ho
knows nothing ol tho leportei moo
ments begun against tho Mlm.stiy of
jnp.in ii) tne
ii.ii IV of which tho Mar
Js making war on Turkey, nud aiu uovil"'" ls It atlc. r
accompanied by all) ploofs, the) are ''llu I'M'ent Cabinet which was
not nctepted ns wholly without preju '"""t-u o) wscoum Kutsmn, has stood
The I'onchta snjs that tho HuUarian
(internment Is doing ever)thiiiK In Its
power to assist the American repre
sentatives and has Instituted a strict
Inquiry to discover tho identity of
theme who mnuo tho capture ot Miss
Stone, and to learn If tho kidnaping
had any other and more Important ou
Jict than thnt of a ransom. The Im
aloof liom polities," wild Mr. Turya.
"Hie constitutional party, which the
Mnnpils leads, has tho mnjoilty In tho
lower House of Hi preseutatltes. Theru
with harmony beiwien tint Cabinet nnd,
the (onstltutlomil party when tho
Muiepils left Japan, and he haie rocelv.
id no news that there hate been uny
rhanges In Ihe lelatlons of tho party
mm cue iiciiiiiei.uie uiicierstnudlngwas
Ho went scholars, few are great teachers. 'I ho
mo specialists as students. Their aim
Is not to try to master many branches.
They concentrate all their cnerg)
upon one subject, master It In nil Its
details and hence fiecpiently become
gie.it In this spi'd.il study while out
side that one line their knovvledgo Is
limited The (lei man students are
whole soiiled felltiAS. Patriotic to nn
unusual degree), l'nssloniitely fond of
music. Intensel) lo.val In their friend
ship. The advantage to an Ameilran
ttud)lng abroad does not consist so
much In the superior ability of thn
teni hers but Hither In the nevt en
vironment. You become familiar with
their hlstor), language, civilization I
look upon the two )cnis I spent In
Herman universities as the goldeui
)eais of my life." v
presslon Is created that Miss Stone ih' the constitutional party was to do
will certainly be relensed, und nt an ij," ' ltM power to piomoto harmony
' GAU OUT VOIUNTEERS
There Is no Impnitant uiiestlon at Is
!8ue and nothing will he clone until I1ip
Dh t nn eta next Jiiuuai).
I 'If a movement ngnlnst the present
Mlnlstiy waB contemplated tho Mar-
epils would have n left oil news of It
I long before this."
Maiepils Ito mill pait) went In Now
Hutin to attuiei tho Ynle hln uti nnlal
London Oil. 21. An older commit
ted by some of tho I'iciv Itictiil nollce
has led to tho nrematuie leaklnc out .celebration
of the fact that the Wa'i Ollleo 1011- T1" " H next Sutunbi) for 1:11
templates the posslhlllly of having to r"',111.1 ''" "t expe-it to reach Ja
call out ever) volunteer In the coun
try. Ihe War Oiricc has distributed to
the police otllrers throughout tho
Kingdom hills ordering nil reservists,
military, jeoman and Tolunteeis, to
all,,,! I Ii tn at I , fa . Itl.,.,., .Inlf... .n
fAl headquarters, with the view of actlto
erlte. Thcbo bills are aicompanled
by letters ordering that the bills be
kept In it safe place until tclcgruphle
onlers to post them up nre received.
Tho polliu ofllclnl of Lancaster over
looked the letter nnd posted the hlllh,
musing widespread pertuibatlou
una be roie next March
WAR IS A NUISANCE
London,- Oct. 21. Winston Chun-hill,
M. I'., In the courso of a speech at
Leicester last night, which Is much
commented upon today, declared that
Iho war In South Africa had become
nn unmitigated uuleanrc."
"Tho danger Is greater today than
It was two )caiB ngo," Mr. Churchill
deelnred, "nnd the means of nieetlng
tho strain nre being seriously 1 educed.'
lie urge'd the Government to "relict 11
Lord Kitchener of the heavy detailed
work and piepnie for 11 new campaign
with n 11 fleshed army uud .1 dellullii
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A Nnturnl 8pnrklln
Water bottled at the
Zollhaus, - Germany.
The Favorite of New York
and London Society.
the Ht 11 mlti nl
from among the mineral
wnterH of the world by "The
Lu.iilonLnncct.' The highest
W. C. Peacock & Co.,
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alts
Office and residence, 312 Queen St,
near Government building.
1-1. F. BERTELMAN'S
18 - MOVUD
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office nt John Nott's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
Chinese snd Japanese Firms.
Fine English and American Goods
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Reot
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sartapa
rl Ma, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Kol.i
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
Mineral Waters Carlsbad, Con
gress, Lithla, German Mineral Water,
Seltzer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnstead Sill, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty,
Drews and Aerated Water, 50c per
doz. Distilled Water In 3 gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 50c charge
on demijohn until returned.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Paris E.xposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
125 Merchant Ht.. next to Stunijcnvviild Building.
STOCK REVENUE TAX.
BICYCI.I8TS ,NI 8llEVALKi-.
UuihIiik. Mich Oct 2J. A cIccIkIiiii I
ccnceiiilui; tho rlnhts ot hlejcllsts on
hIiIkvmiIIcs lias hem hnniled down in 1
the Supii-mct Comt ulllrnilni? judgment
seemed li- A nun l.eei n licensed rider,
against tho c liy of Port lliirou. foi in
luiles In 11 full canned l the defective
condition of 11 vvulk
lly Its decision tho court 11 cognizes
tlmt tho lilcjilo has heeomo Imlliipcn
eiihlti to uinu luliorliiK luen und clti
zens, nud tlmt Its use, nt all times Is
re-ndeic-cl Impruetlcnhlii unless It luuv
ho rlddc-n oil tho shliivvnlks uiidei piup
New York, Oct. 23. It hns Just bum
ltnrned, says the Herald, thnt tho In
dictment against George O. 1 nomas, a
hioker, for refuslnir. to pny the stamp
tax on sales of stock has heeu dismiss
til. Tho Government, fiarlni: It Is
bald, to try tho enso, which Involved
thu constitutionality of a section ot tho
war rotenuo law, failed to nppe-ar 011
tho day set for tho tilal Itjnl.nrs nnd
brokers bate followed thu case with
gieat interest. Mr. 'Ihomas, n hrolier
of the Consolidated i:xchaiiKc. was ml
vised by his lavtynis last spring that
tho stamp tax on sales of shares of
slock at tho rate of two cents per $on
of faco valuo w-as not constitutional,
Actlnctin his lawyer's advleo, tho bio
j.cr stopped pajlns the tnx lu May hiii)'
determined to test tlio law. An inuiet
ment was found agaliiBt him by the
United States Urand July on Octn
For Sale at a Sacrifice
LOT 50x150 planted with
fruit trees, 300 feet from
Wilder Avenue. : : : : :
J. M. VIVAS
POST OFPICU LANE.
WliALl IIY CtlINt 8b UUTUIJNK.
New York, Oct. 2.1.- l.ee Clump per,
haps the wealthiest mini In Now- oilc
"Chinatown," Is eolnic back to China
to 11 n out his old n ko In thu luxury
villi h can he purclinHed w.th thu for
tiiiu Im has ninasbed In this city, siijs
llio Tribune1. Ho will lento uut Mon
day for Clinton with his vvlfo nud
thiee children, bum In this city, lu
China ho has two other wives, whom
he lias not seen for live cais. His
unit her, iiovt- 84 jeais or nice. Is In poor
health, and l.ee wants to see her uualu
uclenei sho dies. The feiitunu which
l.ee Clioiip Is takliiK hack to C'liluu
Is vailonsly esllnintecl at fiom $12j,
(inn to $ISii.iiuu. llo sot his stnit lu
Canada, when thu Canadian I'm llle
Unllrond was being bulll, by cuirlug
out souio heavy contiaits Then ho
went to 1'oitlnnd, Oiu., and opened a
smull store. A number of jeais auo
he came to Now Yoik and foinieil a
Chlncso trndlnt! firm, which hits Im
comu emu ot the lamest In Urn Clilnut..! I
cpiniter, nnd hns n Inline li lu Uostou
Norstrom, one of thn men from the'
S-'ol.hc, was anibted last ulKht for an I
uiitvnrinnted assault on Ollleer Wills
Noisliom Kot vci) drunk, walked up
behind WIIIh nnd stiiiek him In tin I
hind with n stick Wills turned around
nnd lutu.ill) hud to Unlit the diiinkeu
man In order to pi meet hlmsef, Othei
olllceis arrived and tho man was ar
rested In tho I'ollco 'Court Ibis foie
noon, the defendant pleaded guilt) and
wua lined $10 and costs,
A SCOOP y
That's what weie ml- ''.
Iiik on thu wall pnpei
business, on account of
JP-TO DATE STOCK,
LOW PRICES AND ATTENTION TO CUSTOMERS.
For Wall Paper, Linoleums and Window Shades, call at
Herctnnla 8t., next to corner ot liminn.
'Phone Main 358. P. O. Box 833.
fjj Hotel street, jnJ
Hotel near Nuuanu
P O. BOXgOl.
TEt WHITt 8j
REFRESHES AND INVIGORATES.
BUILD3 UP THE SYSTEM.
Carbonated only by tho
Consolidated Soda Water
Woi-kH Co., Ltd.
tjolo AkciiIh lor tho Teiiltoiy of Hn-
Oflleo and works, liol Fort St.. Honolu
lu, T. of H.; 1. O. box IU2; telu
phono Mnln 71.
Island Orders aolfclted.
1170 ItUcr Street.
MF'C CO., Ltd.
Bet. Ucrctniiln and Puuahl.
Fine Carriages, Wagons and Trucks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 041. p. o. Box 0T8.
On Ice per
One pound hlockn and ten pound
FROZEN OYSTERS IN TIN8.
FRESH CALIFORNIA SALMON.
FRESH CALIFORNIA SOLES,
ETC., ETC., ETC.
Ladles' sktrtt clcinJ. Clothing
cltand, dcJ and repaired.
Suits made to ordrr.
Fit guarantied. Loetprkt
For- cerwt, ntr Kukul, mnj
nt r Orphcum Tticattr.
Prlcei Cltinlng oat lull, 73c
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock und Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase anil sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern cud Foreign Stocks and
403 California St.,
Hun Francisco, Cul.
W. C. Achi & Co.
Wo will Iluy or Sell Real Estate In
all imits of tho croup.
wo win soil I'runcrt es on Reason.
10 WEST KING STREET.
To Let op Le$se
A Fine House and Lot
on the makal side of Beretanla street
between Pllkol and Keaumoku Sts.
The 'house has several rooms and all
233 MERCHANT STREET.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
b COMPANY, LTD.
160 FORT STREET.
240 Two Telephones 2V).
Shopping Is a Pleasure
wtifii joii liao only to call up
and lino our parlvngos dellvoreel at
our door, HI lbs. for 10c und upwards.
Merchants, Attention! Wo ninlto
C. O. D. collections for Be oxtrn
American Messenger Express Co.
Hotel and Alakea 8ts., Phone Main 199.
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