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USKUP
A Storehouse of Supplies.
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Uskup. the latest Serbian town to bo
added to the battle-flooded region in
tho Balkans, the most Important cen
ter In the south of the kingdom, is de
scribed In & statement Issued by the
National Geographic society. The pri
mer reads as follows:
Dominating the southern part of
Serbia, the center of manufacture and
a storehouse of supplies, tho city of
Uskup, situated 160 miles northwest
of Saloniki, in a picturesque valley at
the foot of two mountain ranges, the
Shar Plunina and the Kara Dagh, is a
place of first military importance as a
*base of Serbian defense against the
north and east. Although a city of
some size, possessing more than 30,
000 inhabitants and a number of busy
factories. It has more of a rural as
pect than that of a town when compar
ed with Nlsh and Belgrade. With the
losb of the Northern Serbian cities,
however, its strategic value becomes
more Important than that of any oth
er place in the small state.
"The railways from Nish and Mi
trovitza meet here, whence they pro
cccd as a trunk line to the port of Sa
lonika Among the thoroughfares ra
diating from the city are a road north
west to Prlzron, one to the west, to
the commercial center. Gostlvar. and
one eastnortheast to Kumanovo, which
last-named takes its way through a
narrow valley to the Bulgarian fron
tier. It Is along this road that the Bul
garians fought their way. Another
Important road runs south to Koprll,
and, thence, southwest to Monastlr.
one of the best-sheltered cities In the
land under the conditions of the pres
ent war.
"In normal years, Uskup does & con
siderable business, of an average value
of about $5,000,000. The staples of Its
commerce are opium, grain, livestock,
fruit and tobacco. Its principal manu
; factures are leather and dye-stuffs.
Its industries include also weaving
metal-working and the production oi
flour and wine. Uskup continues the
traditions of the ancient city of Scu
pi, which was destroyed by an earth
quake In 518. Justinian rebuilt the
.city and gave It the name of Justin
iana Prima, and in the early Middle
Ages it served at times as the capital
of Serbian Tsars."
B. P. O. ELKS
and Ladiea
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Dream. Thursday night.
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OLD SONGS, OLD FLOWER8
AND MOTHER
By Dr. Frank Crane. In the N. Y.
Globe and Commerce.)
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Simeon Ford, said the Sentimental
Man, when he used to run the old
Grand Union Hotel, now demolished
by the besom ot progress, was wont
to say that he didn't care how many
NEW hotels his competitors built, so
long as none ot them put up an OLD
hotel.
There are other things beside hos
telerlos, castles, intsltutlons, habits,
and wines whore old ago is an asset
And the greatest of these Is song.
The clevorost musical genius in the
world might compose a song of such
surpassing originality and charm that
all experts and critics would be be
side themselves with admiration. Yet
most of us common mortals would
pass it by. it would leave us cold,
while some little, old, dinky melody,
without genius or art just because it
is old, would sweep all our heart
strings with a wild gust of passion,
unstop our tear fountains, and send
through us the keenest sweetness of
love and tenderness.
That melody flies swiftest into the
soul, and is surest to its mark, which
s feather by time.
It is not the tune alone, but the ov
ertones, the swift passing, cloud-llkc.
of forgotten faces, the echoes of
voices now forever still, the pensive
tinge of kinds of happiness now novcr
moro possible, the fragrance as of
itrange lilies blowing in the twilight
casements of the past.
The higher values of anything lie!
In those Intangible, evanescent quali
ties that cannot be defined. The rich
est treasures of love are most elusive.
The strongest comforts of faith arc
beyond reason. And a llttlo scent-la
den breeze of heaven blowing in the
back window of memory will break
the heart more certainly than the most
-.mashing guests of melodrama.
"Rock Me to Sleep. Mother!" That
!s a poem that used to be In the
Fourth Reader when I wont to school.
Whether it is good poetry or not
1 haven't the slightest idea. Prob
ibly not. It bears the same relation
'.o "great poems" that marigold, hoi
yhock, and princess's feather bear
| 'o the Rose Duchess de Brabant or
.he Gladiolus Brenchlyensis.
But it was down in the garden
imong the petunias and cosmos, the
ourple asters aud flre-brush, that I
used to walk with my baby hand
'ightly clutching mother's finger, while
she talked to me precious nonsense
uid laughed at my swarming fancies;
and somehow big boxes of American
Beauties and $12 bunches of violets
lo not connote that sort of thing.
Simple old things have their niche.
I don't remember much about her
views of voting nor her social pres
tige, and what her Ideas on child
training. diet, and eugenics were I
cannot recall. The main thing that
lifts back to me now through the
thick undergrowth of years is that
SHE LOVED ME. I don't think she
knew how to bring up children; she
was too much of a child herself, and
seemed to like to lie on the grass with
me and tell stories, or to run and hide
and scream and laugh with us chil
dren, than to homilize us along up
the straight and narrow path.
She was always hugging me. She
would wake me up to play with me.
She would kiss me Inordinately. She
loved me in rather a fierce way. And
I liked tt. She nad a sunny race. To
mo it was liko God. and all the beat
itudes saints tell of Him.
And sing! Of all the sensations
pleasurable to my life nothing can
compare with the rapture of crawling
up into her lap and going to sleep,
while she swung to and fro in her
rocking chair and sang.
Thinking of this, I wonder if the
woman of today, with all her tremen
dous notions and plans, realizes what
an almighty factory she is in the shap
ing of her child for weal or woef
I wonder if she realizes how much
sheer love and attention count for in
a child's lire?
I wonder if Bhe knows what it means
to create memories that are going to
stay green when life's hotter impres
sions have gone?
Thus mused the Sentimental Man.
DISBANDED CLUB
DONATES FUNDS
TO WOMA S CL"B
At tho beginning of the sixth year
of their organization, the Ladies' Mu
ileal Club voted last night to disband.
Uprn a unanimous vote of the club,
the' treasurer was Instructed to turn
over to the civic improvement depart
ment of the Juneau Woman's Club,
the sum of $30 which is in the Musi
cal club treasury. This fund is to be
used as a nucleus for the establish
ment of a playground fund.
GREENBAUM BRINGS
STOCK FOR PARISIAN
A. Greenbaum returned last night
from a business trip to Seattle and
Tacoma. He announced today that
ho had purchased a large assortment
of ladles cloaks, coats and suits for
the holiday trade of The Parisian.
While conditions in the lumber dis
tricts of Washington State are not
the best. Mr. Greenbaum said today,
an improvement in tho general situ
ation on tho Sound Is noted.
7ou saw it first in Tho Empire
NOTICE
Notice is hereby given that the fi
nal acconnt of the Estate of Alexander
Nadeau, deceased, has been rendered
to the Probate Court for Juneau pre
cinct, Alaska, for settlement, and that
Monday the 17th day of January, 1916,
at 10 a. m. at the office of the United
States commissioner and probate
judge has been appointed as the time
and place for settlement thereof, at
which time and place any persons in
terestd in said stato may appear
and file his exceptions in writing to
said account and contest the same.
Dated at Juneau, Alaska, this 15th
day of November, 1915.
(seal) JOHN B. MARSHALL,
U. S. Commissoner and
ex-offlcio Probate Judge.
First publication, Nov. 16, 1915.
Last publication, Dec. 14. 1915.
If Your Hair is Falling Out
we know of no better remedy than
HairTonic
A preparation which we gladly recom
mend to you. 50c. a bottle.
Wm. Brltt. Juneau
Elmer E. Smith, Douglas
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T fl BEHOLD
S THE BATTLE of BARGAINS
,-g and EACH BARGAIN IS A
TRIUMPH!
p
H Tramp, tramp, tramp, the troops are
marching?whole regiments of snaps.
A Choice "plckln's" are now out of the
trenches, on .the field of strife, for
open competition.
R
C AT 113 SECOND ST.
Telephone 3
NOTICE OF ELECTION
j NOTIC1 IS HEREBY GIVEN that
pursuant to an order of the District
Court for the First Division, Territory
of Alaska, dated November 16, 1915,
In the Matter of the Extension of the
Boundaries of the Town of Juneau,
Case No. 1218-A, a special election will
be hold In the City Hall In the Town
of Juneau, Alaska, on Monday, the
20th day of December, 1915, from 9
a. m., until 4 p. m? of said day, at
which election the electors of said
town are Invited to voto for or against
the annexation of each tract or terri
tory sought to be annexod to the said
Town of Junoau, which tracts arc
known as the "Nelson Addition," "The
Gold Belt-Seatter Addition," and "The
Tide Flat Addition," and are more par
ticularly described as follows, to-wlt:
NEL80N ADDITION
Commencing at a point on the
boundary line of the City of Ju
neau whence corner No. 33 of
tho townslte of Juneau, Identical
with Corner No. 6 hereof, bears
N. 40" 59' W. 549.80 feet distant,
corner No. 5 hereof. Thence East
440.22 feet to corner No. 4 here
of. Thence S. 505.56 feet to Cor.
ner No. 3 on the present boun
dary line of the city. Thence N.
40* 59' W. on present boundary
line to the place of beginning.
THE GOLD BELT-SEATTER ADDI
TION.
Beginning on the present boun
dary line of the City of Juneau at
Corner No. 32 of the Townslte
Survey, Identical with Corner No.
7 hereof. Thence N. 68* 39' W.
1652.78 feet to Corner No. 8, Iden
tical with the most northerly cor
ner of the Main addition to the
city or Juneau. Thence n. on
42' W. 1336.64 feet to Corner No.
9, identical with the N. E. cor
ner of Sheldon H. S. Tract, Sur
vey No. 375. Thence south on
the E. line of said U. S. Survey
376, 1628.66 feet to Corner No.
TV Thence S. 56* 18' W. 422.65
feet to U. S. Location Monument
No. 3 on the boundary line of the
incorporation limits of Juneau.
Thence in a general easterly and
northeasterly course on the said
line of the present city lmits with
Its sinuosities to tho place of be
ginning.
TIDE FLAT ADDITION.
Beginning at U. 8. Location
Monument No. 3, identical with
Corner No. 11 hereof, on the
boundary line cf the presont cor
poration limits of the town of Ju
neau. Thence S. 2000 feet to a
point on tho tide flats. Corner No.
12 hereof Thence 8.71* 05' 23" E.
6612.35 feet to Corner No. 1, on
shore back of Alaska Juneau
Wharf, on the present boundary
line of the City of Juenau. Thence
N. 56* 29' W. 7608.46 feet on pres
ent city boundary line, to U. S.
Location Monument No. 3.
And th? qualified ?lector# of each
addition or territory above described
are hereby Invited to vote for or
against the annexation of the partic
ular territory of which they are elec
tors. at the time and place above men
tioned.
The council heroby apoplnts and
designates the following as clerks and
Judges of election for the electors of
the Incorporate limits: Allen Shat
tuck and A. A. Gabbs. clerks, and
Claude Erickson, Lloyd Hill and Capt.
T. T. Martin, as Judges.
The council hereby appoints and
designates the following as clerks and
judges of election for the electors of
the Gold Belt-Seattle Addition: J. Lat
imer Gray, Clerk, and Jack Welsh, J.
Latimer Gray and George Qnlnge, as
jndges.
The council horeby appoints and
designates the following as clerks and
judges of election for the electors of
the Nelson Addition: Ernest Tash
ek, an cleric, and H. Hurlbut, Ernest
Tashek and W. C. Edrlngton, as Judg
es.
The council hereby appoints and
designates the following as clerks
and Judge of election for the electors
of the Tide Flat Addition: Jack Mc
Donald, clerk, and M. M. Taylor, Jack
McDonald and J. Fahey, as Judges.
The qualifications of an elector of
said election shall be as follows: He
or she shall be a male or female per
son of the age of twenty-one years or
more and shall be the owner of sub
stantial property Interests In land,
buildings, or improvements on land
or tide land within said corporation
or the territory proposed to be an
nexed to or Incorporated within such
corporation.
Dated at Juneau this 19th day of
November, 1916.
COMMON COUNCIL OF THE
TOWN OF JUNEAU.
By E. W. Pettit, Town Clerk
First publication, Nov. 20, 1916.
Last publication Dec. ?, 1916.
NOTICE.
MINING APPLICATION
No. 02929.
UNITED STATES LAND OFFICE,
JUNEAU. ALASKA.
November, 10, 1916.
Notice is hereby given that the Al
aska Gastineau Mining Company, a
corporation duly organized and ex
isting under and by virtue of the laws
of tho State of New York, and quali
fied to do and doing business as a
corporation in Juneau, Alaska by B.
L. Thane, it's agent and attorney in
fact, has made application for patent
for the P, Solo No. 1, Bess, Lady
Corsen, Margaritc, A, V. C, Solo, Char
lotte, and Q. Iodo mining claims, sur
ivoy No. 1022, situated on the North
west face of tho mountains, forming
the South-cast end of Silver Bow Ba
sin, about 4 miles from Juneau, Al
aska, Harris mining District, Terri
tory of Alaska and tied to U. S. Min
eral Monument No. 2; tho latitude
and longitude of which the 58? 18'
20" North and 134* 20' 25" West,
which monument consists of a con
crete pier- with a brass plate on top
marked U. S. M. M. No. 2, and is sit
uate on the Morris G. Lode claim
survey No. 97, which is South-west
of the rim of tho old placer pit and
about 1,000 feet Southwest of the ba
sin wagon road to Juneau, which
property is more particularly describ
ed as follows, to-wlt:
P?LODE
Beginning at Corner No. 1, on line
2-3, Solo No. 1, lode, whence U. S.
M. M. No. 2 bears North 63* 36' 52"
West 3499.10 feet distant; thence
r,m,u. IC r.2' East 1429.00 feet to
Corner No. 2; thence N. 40* 30' e.
5.52 feet to Corner No. 3; thence N.
54* 59' E. 308.02 feet to Corner No.
?; thence N. 54' 45' W. 1477.31 feet
to Corner No. 6; thence N. 39* 02'
30" W. 21.40 feet to Corner No. 6:
thence S. 54" 59' W. 83.00 feet to Cor
ner No. 1, the place of beginning
Containing an area of 6.329 acres.
SOLO NO. 1.
Beginning at Corner No. 1, whence
U. S. M. M. No. 2 bears N. 53* 53'
32" W. 3355.81 feet distant; thence
N. 40* 30' E. 599.30 feet to Cornor
No. 2; thence S. 45' 52' E. 1486.55
feet to Cornor No. 3; thence S. 40?
30' W. 600 feet to Corner No. 4; thence
N. 45* 20' 30" W. 1137.47 feet to Cor
ner No. 5; thence N. 47? 12' W.
349.50 feet to Corner No. 1, tho place
of beginning. Containing an area of
20.275 acres.
BESS LODE
Beginning at Corner No. 1, whence
U. 8. M. M. No. 2 bears N. 42* 05'!
63" W. 2216.46 feet distant; thence,
N. 40* 26' E. 693.20 feet to Corner
No. 2; thence S. 47* 01' E. 1149.91
feet to Corner No. 3; thence S. 47*
13' E. 349.60 feet to Corner No. 4;
thence S. 40* 25' W. 575.00 feet to
Corner No. 6; thence N. 47' 47' W.
577.07 feet to Cornor No. 6; thence
N. 47* 42' W. 660.21 feet to Corner No.
7; thence N. 47* 60' 30" W. 261.40 to
Cornor No. 1, the place of beginning.
Containing an area of 20.70 acres.
LADY CORSEN LODE
Boginning at Corner No. 1, whonce
U. S. M. M. No. 2 bears N. 58* 11'
W. 783.09 feet distant; thence N. 40*
25' E. 598.19 feet to Comer No. 2;
thenco S. 28* 31' E. 673.76 feet to
Comer No. 3; thence 3. 28* 38' K
437.04 feet to Comer No. 4; thence
3. 46* 38' E 52.24 feet to Comer No.
5; thenco 9. 47? 47' E. 334.46 feet to
Comer No. 6; thence 3. 40* 25' W.
593.20 feet to Comer No. 7; thence
N. 47* 60' 30" W. 328.99 feet to Cor
ner No. 8; thonco N. 46* 38' W. 62.24
feet to Comer No. 9; thenco N. 28*
-.5' W. 1113.96 feet to Cornor No. 1,
the place of beginning. Containing
an area of 19.416 acres.
MARGARITE LODE
Beginning at Comer No. 1. whence
U. S. M. M. No. 2 bears N. 32* 49'
25" W. 3040.05 feet distant; thence S.
40* 10' E. 714.82 feet to Corner No.
2; thence S. 42* 46' E. 227.67 feet
to Comer No. 3; thence S. 38* 08'
29" E. 450.77 feet to Comer No. 4;
thence N. 60* 50' E. 380.84 feet to
Comer No. 6; thenco N. 46* 26' W.
1411.10 feet to Corner No. 6; thence
3. 60* 60' W. 307.49 feet to Comer
No. 1. the place of beginning. Con
taining an area of 9.823 acres.
A LODE
Beginning at Comer No. 1, whence
U. 3. M. M. No. 2 bears N. 38* 33'
03" W. 3075.01 feet distant; thence
S. 46* 26' E. 1411.10 feet to Comer
No. 2; thenco N. 60* 50' E. 262.02
feet to Comer No. 3; thenco N. 45*
11' W. 521.92 feet to Comer No. 4;
thence N. 36? 59' W. 183.52 feet to
Comer 5; thence N. 47* 54' W. 124.20
feet to Comer No. 6: thence N. 47*
47' W. 677.07 feet to Comer No. 7;
thence S. 60* 50' W. 288.27 feet to
Comer No. 1, the placo of beginning.
Containing an area of 8.824 acres.
V LODE
Beginning at Corner No. 1, whence
U. S. M. M. No. 2 bears N. 37* 17'
26" W. 5375.85 feet distant; thence S.
58* 51' E. 803.60 feet to Comer No.
2; thenco N. 60? 50' E. 4.65 feet to
Comer No. 3; thence N. 37* 34' W.
706.50 feet to Comer No. 4; thenco
S. 60* 50' W. 299.48 feet to Comer
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Hot Drinks
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-i 1111 m 11 n ii i n m n m i j
No. 1, tho place of beginning. Con- I
tainlng an aroa of 2.437 acres.
C LODE (
Beginning at Cornor No. 1, whence '
U. 8. M. M. No 2 bears N. 36* 11' ?
09" W. 4415.0.1 feet distant; thence ?
S. 41* 32' 30" E. 760.21 foot to Cor- |
nor No. 2; thence S. 45* 19' B. 804.46 1
feet to Cornor No. 3; thence N. 60*
.50' E. 299.48 foet to Corner No. 4;
thenco N. 37* 34' W. 950.17 feet to .
Cornor No. 5; thonce 8. 60* 60' W.
380.84 feet to Corner No. 1, the plaee I
of beginning. Containing an area of I
7.453 acres.
CHARLOTTE LODE
Beginning at Corner No. 1, whence
U. S. M. M. No. 2 bears N. 41* 01'
!2" W. 4477.55 foet distant; thonco
;S. 37* 34' S. 1401.10 feet to Corner
No. 2; thnce N. 60* 50' B. 600.00 ,
feet to Corner No. 3; thence N. 68*
37' 30" W. 580.37 feet to Corner No.
t; thence N. 45* 11' W. 917.86 foet
to Corner No. 5; thonce S. 60* 60'
W. 262.02 feet to Corner No. 1, the
place of beginning. Containing an
area of 12.256 acres.
SOLO LODE
Beginning at Corner No. 1, whence
U. S. M. M. No. 2 bears N. 69* 09'
11" W. 1889.63 foot distant; thonce
S. 47* 47' E. 334.46 feet to Corner
No. 2; thence S. 47* 01' E. 1149.91
feet to Corner No. 3; thence N. 40*
30' E. 366.19 feet to Cornor No. 4;
thence N. 47* 48' W. 1484.10 foot to
Corner No. 5; thence S. 40* 30' W.
351.88 feet to Corner No. 1, the place
of beginning. Containing an area of
12.167 acreB.
Q LODE
Beginning at Corner No. 1. whence
U. S. M. M. No. 2 bears N. 62* 14'
50" W. 1979.27 feet distant; thence
S. 47* 48' E. 1484.10 feet to Corner
No. 2; thence N. 40* 80' E. 322.21
feet to Corner No. 3; thence N. 39*
02' 30" W. 361.80 feet to Corner No.
4; thenco S. 51* 26' W. 193.57 feet
to Corner No. 5; thence N. 39* 41'
W. 1107.00 feot to Cornor No. 6;
thenco S. 40* 30' W. 341.94 feet to
Comer No. 1, the place of beginning.
Containing an area of 9.704 acres.
The names of tho adjoining claims
are as follows: Martin lodge sur
rey No. 754; Gastlneau Millslte sur
vey No. 990; Perseverance Placer sur
vey No. 605; Perseverance Millslte
survey No. 319-B; Perseverance No.
3 lode survoy 605; Monitor lode sur
vey No. 163; Porseverance No. 5 and
Perseverance No. 6 lodes survoy No.
605; Perseverance No. 2, Alta No. 2
and Jumbo No. 2 lodes survsy No. 1
319-A; Sweden, Winn, McKinlcy, Han
na and Fisher Fraction lodes, all of [
amended surrey No. 935, all of tho
foregoing being patented property of
the claimant, also the Gilded Age lode
survey No. 931, patented to the Alas
ka Rubicon Gold Mining Company.
The conflicting claims are as fol
lows: Tho Margarite lode of this
survoy with the Alta No. 2 lode of
survey 319-A, the area in conflict be
ing 0.087 acres, as shown by the field
notes and plat of this survey. Con
flict between tho C. lode of this sur
vcy ann tno Alia ino. z ioae 01 sur
vey 319-A, the area In conflict, being
).146 acres, as shown by the field
notes and plat of this survey; those
conflicts are exluded from this appli
cation. Conflict between the Bess
lode of this survey with the Lurvey
placer, survey No. 113, the area In
conflict being 0.031 acres, as shown
by the field notes and plat of this
mrvey. which area In conflict Is not
excluded from this application. Con
flict between the Margarita lode of
rhls survey with the Lurvoy placer
: survey No. 113, the area In conflict
being 1.473 acres, and with the Lur
rey placer survey No. 114, the area
i In conflict boing 1.295 acres, ac shown
by the field notos and plat of this
survey, the said area In conflict Is
not excluded from this application,
j Conflict between tho A lode of this
lurvey and the Lurvey placer survey
No. 113, the area In conflict being
1.383 acres, as shown by the field
notes and plat of this survey, and
conflict between the A lode of this
survey with the Lurvey placer survey
No. 114, the area In.conflict being
0.087 acres, as shown by the field
notos and plat of this survey, which
trcas aro not excluded from this ap
plication.
Tho location notices and amended
location notices of the P, Solo No. 1,
Bess, Lady Corsen, Margarlte, A. V.
C. Charlotte, Solo and Q lodes are re
cordod respectively In Book 23 of
Lodes, at pages 48 to 53 incluslvo, of
ihe records of tho Receiver for the
.Tuneau Recording Precinct, Alaska.
This notice was posted on the
r;round on the 29th day of October,
1915.
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COMPANY,
By B. L. THANH,
StNicfiolas
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SCHEDULE SUBJECT TO CHANGE
WITHOUT NOTICE
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UNITED 8TATES LAND OFFICE,
Juneau, Alaska, November 10, 1915.
It is hereby ordered that the fore
going notice be published for the
statuatory period in the "Empire" a
newspaper of general circulation pub
lished la the vicinity ef the lands ap
plied for.
C. B. WALKBR,
Register.
First publication, November IS, 1915.
Last publication January IS, 1916.
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River, aentlne! ??'Light Station. El
drld Rock Light Station. Comet.
Hames, Skagway every Sunday at
12:01 a. m. Returning, leaves
Skagway the following day at 12:02
a. m.
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ISLAND FERRY CO.
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