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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU, II T, KRIDAV JAN 21, 1902
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Published Eery Day Except Sunday,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T II by tho
BULLETIN PUBLISHINQ CO., LTD.
WALLACE II PAUIUNOTON Editor
Entered nt the l'ost onico at Hono
lulu ns see ond elnss matter
Per month nni where In V S S
I'er j ear nn where In V S . 8 00
Per ear postpild foreign . 13 00 '
raabU lnnriablv In adinntc I
Telephone . .
Post Ollhe Box
JAM AR -I I'll)-'.
The stni of the transport Sheildan
cllsastci has resohed lts If Into u dls
iiMloti of how man) chinks the iu-
morologlst had before he got Into port
The ln2ett-Rocl relief rxtieellthm '
to the residents of Kewnlo Is milllrlent-
ly gratifying to tin? people of the c lt '
to wnrrnnt the bind and luiiu aicom-l
Ross Crokei's retirement fuini the
political field and his naming un edu i
rated man In his ilaee shows that een
lloss froker inn lead the s'gns of the I
times Hrute force In politics has see n
Its best davg.
President Schwab of the Steel Tltlst
Is being kept l)iis.v denvlng that he has
been struggling with the bank at Mon-
to Carlo Sehvvab evldentl.v realizes1
that Monte Carlo Is beond the powei J
of even Steel Trust millions to absorb,
If IIIkTiiiii Pnlter nf Vou nrle know
when he is well oft he will keep out of I
Anglican chureh troubles In Hawaii I
Judging from local experience of the
jvast these affairs are verj ias to get
Into hut are worse than a church fair
when It comes to a struggle to get out
The man who has been granted tho
privilege of taking material from I
in Ighbcu s grounds will do well to cou
duct his operations In the da time
It will ho lemarknble indeed If some
Innocent citizen Is not Heated to an
ounce or two of lead while this burglar
scare Is on
A possible rcclui lion of 2r per c cut on
Cuban and 33 per cent on 1'hlllppluo
unguis suggesis emu mo newtsi pos-
session want the captains of establish-,
id Industry to pii them the highest
price possible for the pilvllege of c
tending c Ivilizaclon to the foui corners
of the globe.
With Lei man and lliltlhli le ciders oc
(iip)lng their time exchanging tin
savor) louijdimcnts tho visit of l'rliicei
Hem) to the States suggests that Em-
peroi William Is putting an am heir to i
windward that he mu) have the kind-
ly assistance of one limni h of the En-
gllsh speaking alliance In ease of tiou-
llritlkh concintrntlon camps In
South Afilia are fast gaining as un
hicvorv il renutatlon as did Snaln's onera
lions in Cnlia 'I he death rate nnionir
the Innocent women and ehlldrtn U
Incrcislng terrlbl). and has clone more
to arouse the s)tnpalh) of American
and Ilritish than an) Incident of tho
All things being equal there Is ever)
reason wh) Insurance should be pi ic
ed with local agencies us against those
In San Francisco Competition Is the
life of trade hut it is ever) hi'slncss
man's dut) to favor the men of his
own town when he can do so without
a distinct loss Mone) that Is made
here should be expended heie so fui us
M)ron T. Hcrrlck. head of the Na
tional MiKlnlcj -Memorial movement
remuiks that the majority of the con
tributors ure coming from wage earn
ers and school chlldicn It le. Ii men
ure not giving In proportion to their
wealth or number. It Is to be hoped
the wealth) men of Hawaii will give u
bettei aceount of themselves than
Malnlanilers have thus far registered
If the Governor will do his plain duty
b) calling on the Leglslattue for funds
to cair) on work that Is mandatory
Iho satiltar) conditions of Honnliil i
can be promptl) and effeetlvel) put In
proper sh ipe There Is nelthei .ease
nor icuson in setting foith the il.ilni
lli.il llrieciiliilit field ll.ivttill tun tiu ill.
capable of taking caie of thnmselv.sl
as Havana and Cuba were Just aflei
tho close of the wnr
President Roosevelt's firm Mind
against mi) exclusion measure directed
at lap in Is a lemlnder to the peoplo
that the) must support the tieatles
made with friendly nations lapan
stands on the samo footing us Euro
pean nations and exclusion of liu peo
ple from the Fnlted States .vould bo
sufficient ground for scvcilng diplo
matic relations and the Inevitables re
sult. Opinions of the sugai men on Sf
outlook ns presented b) the drop In tho
market vai) with thu oxpense account
of tho plantations in which the) aie
Intoiested Some of oi.i esl.L'rf can
inako a profit on a moio depress d
market than Is picseuted today while
others aie close to the point of possible
deficit Tho condition Is b) no inetini
n plcuiiimt one even for the plantations
of high )leld and the best fuellltles for
Irrigation and Impelling nine It
mean's a leelilitlon of dlvleleuds vbnh
eiiliploil with set Ions laboi plulilctin
calls for the greatest eionomv min
palgu the uiunngers have ever cxpeil
enred While oui fi lends In Congiesi
arc tlguilng on what the) can do to is
sist Cuba and the Philippines the)
should not foi get that there is an liu
menbe amount of Invented capital botl
here and on the Mainland which they
lire In duty bound to protect Thu
policy of robbing Peter to pay Paul tan
never accomplish any lasting benefit
MUNICIPAL GOVEItNMCNT FOR
Fight It tooth and nail rhis Is
the mhlce Rlen the rltlzens of the
Terrltor) bj tho ofllclnl orRin of the)
l!eiernur nhin dealing with the pro
lion il to prepare tho wn for the Inau
guration of municipal no n nnirnt.
SiipiKiiliiR the tiiiinlilpal plan Is
fought, what Is to lie Kilned' Thin
fight If made must lie carried out on
. the grounds of the thorough Incompe
" teinc of the oters to comprehend the
iimit' urtimiiiK iiijuii iiii'iu uh cm
fens of the town the ronntt or thm
It The contention must then lin
l,,w .1 on gi minds and suppoi ted In ni-
gunient which In cerj detail offer
ond pimlalin an outspoken denial of
een claim presented bj tho ruling
fiitlun of these lst.inel for nnncNutlon
to the I lilted .States In the first place
and n denial of oxen nssritliiii uiiide
to secure the faomlde lOIKlcleriitlou
of CungrrM for an mUsnceil Tnrltor
Inl law Ilnwnll claimed to be Ameri
canized If It has not reac lied the point
,. u ,nll nim 1P ,,,,,,, f ,h(
seeral districts to row rn theinsehet
under the Amcihnn ninnlrlnil svstetn
Its Americanization Is n misnomer and
Furthermore If fte are not readj to
take up miiulclpil goernmcnt now
when will that lnppv period arrive"
When the llawnll.in-Amirlc.uis whom
the (Jenernors oigau hates have all
died off, or when the Teirlton be-
tomes populated li suffle lent mcrl-
nn boin citizens who Into had the
expeileiiie of living In towns and
e itles of the Mainland to make up a
innjeiiitc of the electorate' Aecoidlng
to llie Dole-1 Illusion piogiam tills
seems to be the onl hope the have
nallfo on It tlie Ten Itory must
wait till the piesetit generation Is dead
and gone before the establishment or
inutile Ipil government can he' thought
'"", l'' "' the I'"'" "Kn Is
nonsense un.l Is so re-cognized bj the
houghlfiil citizen of this i t and the1
lenltoi) at large It be speaks u polle
of the people governed rather thin
governing and Is foreign to everv fait
and thenrv of Ameilcin development
and advancement on traditional lines
I he people of this Terrltor) murt
learn to govern thrniselMg anil the
OIllv possible avenue ope n for Hum to
learn Is hv the experience thiv wll1
gain as the American foiefnthei-
gained in the town meeting and In the
cltv i oiiiii II Fortunate Ij for us m inv
of the problem, of self-government
have been threshed out b) ovei a him
ilred veins of experiment and experl
Munii ipal goveinnient has not
,,,.. ....rfec,., it ., ,,,, ,. ..in..
iniIm,.,i. wimt we of Hawaii have
tlle , lIo ls t0 fcfn ,, je8t fnim
the e xpe licnee of others and adapt it to
the conditions as the) cxlbt today In
districts of Honolulu Hilo Wiilluku
and the count) districts thinughout
the Terrltor) If we nie to be forever
putting off this struggle nlth local
self-government fiom what souiee nie
the veiling men to leain of the prlmnrv
principles of Amiiliau gnveinme lit'
Thev can read of it In books but not
one In a bundled will do It. 'I liev must
Jcjin Ii) experience b) putting their
Flicinlilers to the wheel with homt-t) of
( pin pose and firm ileterinlnitloii
Thurston-Dole polli) Is that the) ill e-
better off without the knowledge As
well sa) that Hawaii would have he-en
happle r null better toda) had the nils
Chmar) and the educator never have
come to the place Local and miiulcl
pit government!! have betn and are
now being established throughout the
Philippines where the peoplo never
knew what Amerlcun ampliations were
till tho troops landed Are citizens of
Hawaii less worth) or less capable of
hclf-government thin the Filipinos?
Dole nor Mr Thuiston
can bcl ,, ,, l0mIetf.Ilt ,m n op.
position to the the or) or practice of
local self rule Ihe) can condemn they
can heap Imprecations upon the elec'
torate call all Hawaiian- meriians
corrupt and all Americans carpet bag
gers and thieves but the) c innot le
generate the electoiute b) this means
nor (an the) rurr) an election Ii; such
methods Ever) man of self respect
will resent such n polk) as the official
organ stands sponsor for and will Just
ly register the resentment nt tho polls.
Mr Dole or Mi Thurston or an) of
their following to the contrary not
withstanding the people of this Teirl
tory have made up their minds to ad
vancement along traditional Ameri
can lines, and that the Inaiigiiiutlnn
of mu nli Ipal government shall be tho
next luipoitant step 'I lie dut) of the
honest citizen Is to use evei) endeavor
to shape this determination that It may
bring the but iisults Fighting It U
worse than useless and Iioioiiick an
exhibition of the fool and his foil)
I he re has been time and to spaie fin
f-l"' """ '' ""
Much of It
has bee n wasted A full six months him
passed 'vlth nothing done tonaids pel
fectlng plans fiaiued picvlnus to and
during the bei-sloii of the legislatuie
There vet lemalns another six months
be foil the inmpalMi will be on foi tho
election of the second lenitoilnl
Leglslatuie Will the thoughtful it
ens waste n cue time and Hum in later
)cais condemn the nibelves foi tlieli In
dllTeience and tiv to shouMei the ic
suits of tlieli own full) upon someone
else oi will the) do theii dut) as be.
i emu energetic public gpliited Amoi
When it comes tight down to a ills
illusion of Ik ill oi k motives the onl)
(.iliillrm 'llitiitlmi linu I'm. (Ii.t trkll.l. .
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piouiems or iiiiuan is inai tne wuoic
biisluesh shall be put ill Ills hands to
inn as ho pleases -mu Ii ii nilsfoitiiue
being In j i, ml the lauge of posslhllll)
the onl) 'lliuiMou make i p his liilne'
to light 1 1 prngiissiv meuMiie alio
alivboih pioposlnir It
THU (JUIittTIOIS OF CONTIJMPT
IS u rami uto Dee I
Incite II ii Hell n uieuibiii of Con
gnss fuun (jcorgii has lutioiliiiid l
bill In Ihe House to legulatc the 1 1 inl
of cases for contempt of Oui' It
piovldcs that Judges ma) suuiniaril)
punish acts of contempt committed In
the eoitit, but that those accused of
contempt outside the court snail be en
titled to a Jury trial
That Is right and proper There Is
no divinity that doth hedge In a Juile
that should render him above ciltl
cisni. The people and the press have some
rights which even nutocrn'le Judges
should be made to respect
A Judge should have ample power lo
prison p order and decorum within his
court Hut to permit him to line o
Imprison for contempt those who, on
the stieets or In the press delirium o
what the) believe to he prejudiced or
coi nipt decisions, is to give him the
power to supress free speech to In
fait trnnsfoim this country Into a
Honest and conscientious Judge will
not object to the Fedeinl law propoeil
b) ludge llirtlejt and tho views of
those on the Judlilar) who aie not
above rcproie h should not he, ronsld
croel In this matter.
Of course this law will appertain
onl) to the Federal courts A similar
one should he enacted In c.cry State In
the laud applicable lo all grades oi
the Judklar.v from the lowest court to
A I iw of this kind known as tin
Uarr Law Is on the statute bonks o,'
California Die pith thereof Is as fol
No speech or publication reflecting
upon oi fonrirriliiR nnv court, nr any
officer thereof shall he treated or pun
ished as a contempt of court, unless
made in the Immediate presence of
such court while In session and In
Bin h n milliner ns to nitiiall) Interfere
with Its pi m ceilings
Hint law howevei was lontiuiptu
nusly set nslde b) the late .IuiIr" A 1'
Cat I In In the proceedings for cout"inpt
ngnlnst the- editor of The Dec And
when the eai-c was appealed to til- Su
pieme Court, that tribunal evndi-d the
qucstliii of the constitutionality of the
llarrj Law deciding the caie on e tlui
An attempt was made ilinlnu' the
session of lS'i" to frame the Rimy Law
Into a constitutional amuidrrcut but
It should be tried again Such a law
Is needed and the Ilariv Law Is a
doubtful pioposltloii at lean vli the
cMllol Evening lliilleilu 1 would
UUi ttuuiigh )oin papei to sa) n wind
ui two about tin xi it le noi entiling
in hiiiuln) s line
eveial lellc-rs have appiand lattl)
in tli. Mar ace using us en being cold
footed mid sn lug we have til chllli.il
ci llHl liirml etc Uhoeve i snjsthat
does not know what he in talking
The Millie owner has never )et
been cold Incite el In all) racing piopo
bltiou and lias alwa)s goiiii Into lb"
laces with a true love of sport with
tho Intention of winning II die could.
'1 In- .Mvrtles iieorel ougnt le eonvlnei'
the most skeiitlenl person Ui.it thcici
Is nothing of the- "chilled center
boa nl about her. or lie i oilier and
eiew She Is the smallest erft In th
licet mid competes nguinst boiits uvviiv
out ol del elnss In size and s.ill niia
uml he relofoii" lias had to laic off the
mail., without ail) handicap whatever
The ownei is doing his best lei get Ills
vaihl down to line against the new
craft, but owing to n Impoitunt bus
loess finds it almost Impossible) to do
bo lie Is not called upon to give an)
reason for not competing 1 ho boat
Is his and us far as being afraid to
race against an) or the boats In Ills
class well, the sooner the oppoitmi
It) comes along when ho can do ho,
the better he will like it
The lemurks of tho Stai vveie entile
ly uncalled for ami without mi) fuun
datlou whatever, and the oilglnntor of
the same with nil due respect Is en
tlrely ignorant or what he is talking
Thu same old cry about the Mjitlo
"Waterloo" has been raised ever) time
a now bent has been built but e-verv
one of tho craft that has bee u built
in nice in nor citisb nns lieen consul
crably larger unci some of them curry
more man iwleo the amount of sail
than thu little I'atlKl."
Fall play Is u Jewel and hilr eiltl-
clsm Is a Jewel also In the lace of
tho M)rtli!'s tine record, no one can
aeuse her ot the 'chilled lenlerboard,"
and If there Is any possibility of her
luhing pari in tho taee at I'cail liar-
bor sho will be theie.
The e dinner's Jury In the ease of thei
ci .ith of Thomas E Kro'ne mot ut the
pi lice stntlon call) vsuulii) artel
noun nnd piocecdcd lo Iho tjueen'ii
Hespltnl vvhoio tho leniulns wero
viewed Tlie Jury then went to tlu
room in the Arlington v.ieie tho Jap
unse chambeiiiinlcl was I'Mimincd At
tl'e iiolici- stntlon tlie jur) heaul Ihe
uvideiife ( )r. Wood and tin ti un
deled the lollovvlng venllct
mat the said 'lliomas E Krous.i
came to his death at Honolulu Island
of Oahu on tho .'Id dav ol lanuarv.
A I) 1'iui the result ot a bullet wound
from a .IS caliber revolver filed b)
hlmsidr with suicidal Intent said bill
let eiiteiing tint abdominal eavlt)
causing heniorrliuge and shock Ho
spondene) so this Jul), beliuves lie
lug the cause' or this net.
W 11 CONEY,
'IIIOS R LUCAS,
R. M DUNCAN,
O. A GRAHAM,
A M DROWN,
CHILE WANTS HOURS.
l.onelon Inn 15 Ace ending to the
Uipenhngin coiri'spondeuit ol the
nail) viull l.leut Col l.lndliolm ot
the Chilean cavuliy who Is pissing
tiiiougli cope nhagi ii on his vvn) lo
Holland In ins a inoposltlon ttom the
Chilean (iini'inuient to the e ne et that
this Government Is prepared to make
llbeiil olfe'is to attiuct llo'-i Ininilgia
lion Lieut Col Lliidholm will submit
villi inoposlilon to I)r Le)ds Ihe Eu
lopean agent or the TransMial
ICILLLI) liAISY SISTlilt,
Wichita Kus Jnn 15 -Nellie Cor
nelson the 11 )eai old girl who killed
her baby slstei with u razor ) ester
da) and charged her Syeaiold broth
el with tho crime, confessed todny
that she did It, hut was unable; to ns
sign any reason lor tho act. Shu said
tho notion to kill her slBter eamo Into
her head and that sho could not leslst
hei sudden passion for blood.
We now hnvc
ii full Hiippl i at
In nil cslcs. A cry
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LTD.
P. R. ISCNItHRU, President.
C. P. IIEIiRICK, MnnnUcr.
Chas. F. Herrick
125 Merchant Ht., next
II. P. BALDWIN Prolcls
J. n. CASTLE 1st Vice Presldo
W. M. ALEXANDER.... 2nd Vice Pr
J. P. COOKE Trcuur
W. O. SMITH Becrttari
OEO. R. CARTER Audit
Sugar F.ictors and
Hawaiian Commercial & Suftx O
Haiku Sugar Company.
Paia Plantation Company.
Nohlku Sugar Company.
Klhel Plantation Company.
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company
Tke California and Oriental S. 5. C
Western Sugar Refinery Company
Baldwin Locomotive Work of Pklb
delphla, Pa , U. 8. A.
Newell Universal Mill Co. (Nation
Cane Shredder), New York, U. 8 i
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertl
Alex. Cross & Sons' high-grade Fertl
Izers for Cane and Coffee
Reed's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFER FOR SALE.
Paraffins Paint Co.'s P. & B. Paints a
Papers; Lucol and Linseed Oil
raw and boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In vtkii
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Llm ax-
The Ewa Plantation Co
The Walalua Agricultural Co., Lt
The Kohala Sugar Co
The Walainea Sugar Mill Co.
The Fulton Iron Work9, Ht. Louis 1
I he Standard Oil Co
'Ihe Geo F Illalto Steam Pumpz
The New England Life Insurance O
Tho Etna Fire Ins Co of Hsrtfor.
The Alliance Assuranre Co of Londn
Pcnsylvania Fire Insurance
Company, clins. T. wdf P,
AG I NT.
till nil orelei'H,
and Bethel Sts.
I'rett) nearl) cver)thlng Hint jou
can think of In the harness lino is In
eluded In our big display
Ever) harness we sell is n bargain,
nnd we sell nil Kinds from light track
and road to heavy coach nnd team
harness. Fiom no ono else can you
get the harness value wo give you.
Our customers know this to bo a
fact You can know It If )ou will and
no arc dote! mined )ou shall. ::....
Calfriage Co., Ltd
to cjt(incnvvnlil Building.
srFwwnirwrtriV f itt7 n n "eV
LIFB and FIRE
Sew England Mutual Lipb 1
surance co. of boston
cEtna Fire Insurance Cohpak
Wm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. G. Irwin. .President and Manage
Claus Spreckel Vice Preslden
W. M. Qiffard.. Second Vice Preildem
H. M. Wnitney, Jr....Trcas. and Bet
Geo. J. Rosa Audltoi
AGENTS OK THE
Oceanic Steamship Co.
OF SAN FRANCISCO, OAL.
C. BREWER I CO., LTD
Queen Street, Honolulu, T. IL
Hawaiian Agricultural Co., OoV'
Sugar Plaut, Co , Onomea Sugar Co
llonomu Sugar Co , Walluku Sugar Co
Malice Cugar Co., Haleakala Ranch Co
The Planters' Line of San Franclsci
Packet; Chas. Iltrwer k Co's Line o
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C. M. Cooke, President; Oeori
Robertson, Manager; E, F. Blshoi
Treasurer and Secretary; Col, W. B
Allen, Auditor; P. C. Jones, H. Ws
terhouse and Geo. R Carter, Director!
QUEBN ST.. . nONQLULt
The Lancashire insurance Co.
Tho RaloUe Insurance Co.
Union Gas Cnglno Co.
Domestic Sewing Machine, Kte.
General Manager ot
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O. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wilder, A. V. Gear, C. B. Gray,
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LEWERS & COOKE,
CORNS ? i
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tui liaNis i s nut nwt -.jry u be tor t r J i j
(urns lnerolnK nalli, tun! n ihilHjmt ti I
They ma be ct rei thit K vuur feel miv I I k r
of their kid ti.il hi uu will be hurprlseJ nor inh I
how much mure eavlly an4 comfortiM ouulU wulk
but with ho minh n ore vigor unJ foue iu w M tv
able to think and act In all your butlne or toilal
CjII an .1 heft ma s hnul thin i-i i.n A n I .... '
will call on ou
on, V. R. ISOGLU,
16 Arlington Building,
Hotel St. near Fort.
Consultation ai ofllco free.
Architect, Contractor and Bulldtra.
V. HOFFMANN. 3. F. RUBY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Dm Ida
Geo. W. Pago.
F. W. Beardslee.
O. Box 77J
BEARDSLEE & PAQB
Architects and Rudders.
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Anntx,
Honolulu, T, H.
Sketches and Correct Estimates far
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS'.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alit
Office and residence, 312 Queen It.
near Government building.
M. F BERTELMAIVs"
16 - HOVIID
To rear ot old stand. Entrance oa
King street. Orders left at either sho
or office at John Nott's store, Kim
street, will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M, Cunningham. Jno. Sehaefar.
Kukul St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
The pure Juice of the grapefruit Ths
most healthful, invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo agents for the Territnrv nt He.
wall. Office and Works, 601 Fort BL.
Honolulu, T. of 11.
P. O. box 462. Island orders solic
Set ol 5 maps, $2.00
50 CENTS EACH
On sale at olhce ot . . .
THE . . .
ACCIDENTS ARE HAPPENING
MORAL Insure In "The Travellers",
Largest Accident Insurance
Company In the World. .:
A. C. LOVEKIN
General Agents for tho Territory of
403 JUDD BUILDING.
THI8 SPACt RESERVED FOR
M. Phillips & Co.
Wholesale Importers and Jobbers
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Queen 8ts.
General Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen Streets, Honolulu
Primary, Secondary or Tertiary Blood Poison
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Cook Remedy Co.
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