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   Dunkirk Evening Observer (Newspaper) - April 18, 1890, Dunkirk, New York                               VOL. XX. PUXKTRK. N. Y, FPJDVY. APRIL T1VE HJSINESS HOUSES OF DUNKIRK. BH HKtb. Th.lr WWW KCUICO JtlCHIXE tor ruling I i. TOM... .11 _ i IW THE UNIQUE POSITION Of" A POOR HEATHEN CHINEE j H. I. In XMdl. of 8u.pen.loo I and N.ltb.r ih. lolled Caaada Will Allow Hi. to Into, A WWW KCUICO XICHIXE tor ruling 1 all kinda of blanks U the latest addition to i V H. Be Ion ft n. an unris ot Dlanks l be st-ehanical Department of DankirkgPnntingfl ooapanv a LZ LZXajtDEB-B Coal and Wood Yard, Tail Central Aienne opposite Nickel Platr enra nnne opposte ice ai All of Hard and Soft Coal Lamber, Shinnies and f ath Fre isli. IUIUV71-, HUti I MMI FfCC Correapnn lenee for wholesale lots I J B. onTFOKU, 323 and 385 Central Artistic Photographer Instantaneous Photographs ol Rabies a specialty Sltu.n- not wait for sunshine except tor NUOAKA Ont, April Chinamen two of bad attempted to frontier Mun LP. a couple I of .wks ago the other a j Mwmaelves for admission to jester day having been hustled over to th uda by (jmted States cnstoms The two bi- longing to Mun Lees party were allowed ad- mission baring Canadian customs certifi- cates m their possession Th, stranger no having th. neewuirj. document and only to pay the Canadian tar of fan denied the pnvilege to his almond-eyed com ttun.fsr... J lavl'SO t> lavl'SO I'r> I pnctor. In 16 E Second street, near But lain street, Dunkirk N Y Mngaiuies. Mu uc. PampoJeu, eb txtnn I m all at% t Order? oronipthr attendcil to All work jruaranteeiL f i U A CAR. row T.rrlblT Cat ST a Cnuf maniac ma4a a 4 with a kaifo passengers of a 8 ate str-et car near E teenth  ns tw m, jtej J he enleitam 11 i r the i fore i A j gut V-he ltaet ilytlO as M on a r u, bot I in v r-a n 'or his murder COni a.J J 1 Mtp i- f pamorw and was sent back to the Americaa car li ul PT TU> d, the budget m the- hou.-e of c in i as I v Mr troschen chancelkr f th. ex r theors-asKnof an alt n la, f p. an I vis tors that w PI el-used tl tv of available p. tti t f the H i, ,tei palace M I s, UP-, t i r i b is e tuu ai "st n fl IP n u e m 1 1 is nth r il r- i nianl at P I on 4m ,1 en, i tre f rts f t I u Cf s, n nt presi lent of the lub CRUCKK8T HOUSE, JO1 Central Avenue Wholesale and retail dealer tn [a ported tomesbc Cbina, ul.vfswure, 4i lleathen wafl to tke brilg. where ha. been sinoe and u like.r t, lemam for so me Mme pl vtf jni th a he drew a In e 1 in anla r-.erti i i n ut e ol hUtv met is -it i IJ.HI U. iac. Fort, r i >-i u n i l r d t en It, i M t i f- I lunge ut th- -on fr, ilu wirnijr UP and made a into the car m aeiitativei an I att i tnnti n to the jw n p ke th been i (JtACTAUIJLA HOTEL, i i !ay 1 loul c matter will be biouzht bpfom fi i Lirerr ami Botrdmtt e in connection I the n u oeioie n i Vicur Rider 'ne isl in ,-ton authorities the with the c. ner of custorrw at Ottawa h s, e.1 for tions llw. tommuwoDW replied With IP s v h? I i T menti to have him sent back fr ,m whence he came of Mr f "le Further cfmmunuatiun UN, bee, and feet U a wfl i LT n, matter w.l.u bioucht befoie f, n I Th T M Rider------ "I m authority the onlv a', 33S and W Lion street. WM'IB! remains on the middle of the bn lee cure u r, rf -----------------------------_ _ where he was seen br a reoorter He n Ijrrtr Prol, ?T "ttle lf I ten Ve Lake sSES got out of bun I r 8 led t W M Ul k a t-e ei He ar r I tl u 1 bul; t is the tb t 1 j i I 1, V II j s, ei bv ii T i ri p t an I it itair in t 'i 1 the psn late ho i P n e I niv i It s t ir-rillv oai 1 If, ,r 1 Iv nnrl pr i il Iv o, lr d Ia f t the nun r i t i d l e fl p in m t ISPS tin h i i, i u n t Tb fen tait-i tei-s r ir t -s K I ?r at coi sj-i n 1 ,t it is rniiv jj ir 1 ton l Vid l N v s V. Il II I I 131 p 'Irs "P 11 u tsi 11 t Han Lsou sent, a httei et th it luptritive offieml 1 hu uttPiidin -e Ei E'resi i Pres in U L h n to b. PI with p s in IN i in >st f nlu in iven ju 11 O{ Lutteti t ie ,uit of ana v jrk S ml is Hiw tl 1, h i l P Kn Itver an 1 uln H i i ltd (np.lv H hippie U i s B irnnni anc THE PROPOSED PENSION EXAM1N ER3 REbOLUTION It I. Dl.l.lued bv Hi. Senate Ull Mr Hour Slakes a Confession Which nr UonM trfj inrai Out VSHIX r x m st j joint r Int. n M t rs f ter I tpi-rn f the I r, i 'Oil v I ill -Tim spent ve d s the the if pomtment of t IITV ii rs m rh, 1 a 1 I "er tie iew sena 'in Ir w foi osifci >ns res Mi San I, is, w the sfa >rt I and Mi P liew TI llnk n bi Is H re l hen nft Mansti Ala O Hot l b nm j unt rcwluti n is- 1OSKLW SON, Center ma le T e center >ireet, r----. ieit rorpana :tical horse-Bhoem. Particuhu-attention ual'nown sboitly aftei they were admitted rracucai norse-Bnoem. particular attention u> interfering ho a-j. Shoeing of roa.1 n tr it I argest Daily in at An unequalled adverbs COLORED WCN mil lie men Ih s v i d i I n o' a i t It 11" s i irri S tn is a c i ss Keiton tl P i sei t the i The l Ithe it Air J e ni mljer iblsli p hinitb Tal J' tan 1 Lbapra U-jly i al m i 1 J e C 1 11 -V io 1 -1 J tl 1 IT r J i- t U" C U hit 11 in 1 nn IT rth is Arn Ter vm Thw sen ite t a iwina the o r-tniv of war to ''r p to tlm p i i r is a i aj r general It, th> I nited states I nn Hr olillri the trsnifer of the the d. i irtmp it was c liiiMinul, phm i- jr< Jui'MlK at ot the Ollch il.e nolinmg uiu i ,rme call I i i ui d after s, tne lai I anil tin s, to. k up the h use tmn f r tl lu He 1 t I P A l U J -I l', 11-E SEASON OPENED Thi e 1m P n u 1 efresh j IPS n ads bv v and othei-k. p intniput of th i is ofHaiei, <-n 1 s, rvi v Mr lUier thjtprovi i n 'I 't the. iixMunl smminBls p. n 11 ,ffl e ha 1 been a p, un ler ml ari.1 there weit now eligihl. on 1 t whohil p.iswl (iirilservi es en ugh to 111 11 -ss m n V v I I" r s en a re ln" 1J Koru.erlv 4 Popule that all leaves rtems grasses etc the d -it ,t the e l HM n" h'" s r'a? f ALL and... work to rder hav. JiTpp 7" fouA 'h' rvlTNtUKK 8UIKr vo, w anT 10 Per ceut The gover iment lr, 1 r F 7 u H T M L) tenter street, MaiiuLictuiers ol the, claimed that the articles m mie tion came in- Iv f e n r PP'f tiW r-dl n h i S Tirts _. i_ i. lurea articles niirinhla at m T, _ SF V Ai r I IN -The II i t "j i VMS IT n I i i t nn 1 rh g-ov ea that the articles m uu.. u.u..fr i head of non-enumera' Drees blurts on ,211. in all lea ling lurniauing turnrl j Iry g xU noiwe-a in Dunkirk.. turM dutiable at JO percent The tl- r tion i JurT d" that thev are dut, ible at 1) per ot ibli a-tr t cent The governmtnt mil pi lablvhavs hi J ne_r P! to refund a very large amount of lutit-f rol c n t  ru sorciai J nn J Miu-phf 1 HI.I luUdlrTt meet'n? I i tuli.llnr; t ades council to defii itplv settle f 1 the questi n whether or not the -tnl." ,1 ouli h i J i I become general wan held with 1 or- f t andnjthlns given out as to the pro et 1 i z I ings It seems pretty certain however t'ot b a generalst i ike will not be ord( red Hi Cj Tuirlatriet rme riirnittu-t Labinel Wire and Lp- a "tiikcwill" not be ord( red" P ctur- F rsnici. to order I aid brick lavers refuse to -tr ke ________________________________________' and masons have to ret ir i L.1 O CO "ork Portv tw elpr-tr tvpei P t T C J Peters 4 L VP terdav becnusa the firm msi ted that the mpn "c Certflm tl e K e le whose men are on a ik, sure III HI tl 'll -c 111 h II I si- 1 L rli ir e nil Centr >f t aahion and I IAKEJJ STE.V.H HFAT1NO CO, Sanitary Fluiul a specialty LJ OMJE STEAM LAU.SUKV Our specialtiLS Fine Shirts loc i ollara Ja, Luffa 1 Laoe curtains i1 ree ary A VV tummnifc's 2tT Center street I R. OEBH E Tbir.1 t r of Hnffale .nalitturer and lea er in Fiuc IVoou Jt KKKV Wf.lI.EK s, XKW _1 It..... Senator Shear I c.inj ti >TJ LITTLE PALLS N T dltlon of senator frheard mtle ri i I vesteiduv he having a verr t anlnL, ut times being The fe ei continued during the whole lav an 1 the en peins m hi- left arm appear" t I) reaiim; to ther pMrt, of the b-xlv pla-e f vr tl Vtti better veiy grave doubu are tallied ai or to his recoverv Ut hi h i lie the sa p ti u 'I t 1 I j apt 1HU-1 t r i-i a   an i nn tu a bold M-n. i us w i ll i h i n i n_, {H thf J wr i k n ni i to niH t 1 forth pu os, fa tl ra, on ir me ho ii div The n t p v.i ul f I he til IPS inuns havp re ,sr> 1 t SIT, lns nil a r v 0, r n, t, p n r r-p r N vertl e t I tl t T ne t tie t n UT L n m u H I le, h 1 J --irv f i a tpr as _ I TFh. FI I 1 CT- Thearti n I i r h H q freorj Fit M P f n tl un. I The 1] 1- f ti" th f l er I s-s nrer f I AH t pri p, a in 1 e i tin i 1   JOB PKI-.TING i leserlpti u it 1 ut the R hell n 11 r itfa to duv ai d go i lit ric I r ntlnif co npanv S and lu h second su t to s an IIP lene f r the t l i VHP ev J (i in 1 I t I ll ,t I i r i i e id 1 d t H x in 1 VM e -s. r i fan n i 11 I in ,i he Tie, where they have lie n siinim 1 u pr s U Bl'RKN SOX. rire i ite AIM i lent an I General Dtal Bl'RKN .C, I It la lag rente the bedside of Mr U ile sen iislv ill v i mothe, who i a 11 LoLtM j I u, mt cireo' npenj collect coLt-MBCs. o April I s The j mt meet ir r tc Jt Center -'ml door mg of miners and mine operators agiw le, n Upon the c, _ hi I R.I I TJ 11 i r t 18 I i in v f r is l- -id J 1 i the uut h i r t l i uiin'p jl he I I lit M I HI I 1 i IIP M a thp Dr i 3 I Mr Hi i i it a of al t 1 T i VrilY f lied cf Mr "'I irr-d I U, 1 It u, m )i in 1 I rh r r, r I o rt s n, n a a l m ,n H, i-- i main i r rf wili l 1- r> ne tor in v v r iMv t HP it his t M HI rs l tr> b i1" ,1 ,j r i P t i H I l ij i i "l tn a f the l n i- t P h IPnt t n l" v h B Bi k Miv I- li p L I p. n It S m f I t the n i sem and MIII tione.1 1 We so, Illp Pi In n MN ,Iuaters hnil kit, h, n floods and tinwan-, nzon- iris IK, Ibamm-, vt-lotiprtjis t- and ladus' flannclHte (lucip JIK! nitivlin underwenr, Hi.rt III inn njrs sLimjud liiitn-. mt- in vs shopping ladies i i I) ml nils Hiul (hildun b bpring NO-IK- U t i't iiu-in nuns mil Mi-pondi ind mini i i n.l, ai liiiiidlwfKliuN SPECIAL ANNOUNCEMENT th tirm I u lric, n, _ n it i II I LII ur f r u i nrirai I m, lurkMiliI I vvn. L.t llt I u a 11 U" ne n I II ill I r n I r nipu t Jj, llicl rn i I ti i -tuiill Hi m i. u ell net ,1 I lr n "II II i ,1 I c II in II li V I UK i M f r I mill nn t: I u in n. u h I in s ,n Ic ii. f li, ni nln li nillMllmtK ipll Illlllrtlui mini, t Ulcu i o o o o-. l! i." "'I' e i 'I I u i III) Mil A o I l Vlt Hll-l I ut I I 11 L I M fin Tn i i r V. rk I i ti n n, i i t i 11 nn wreUrr of n t Klve i his orv f p Ii in na i ri n e r o u i n i u i ,11 tu nil sei i e .ri B a er dad l is- d a sj v li Mr t. ell IL i f om t in, n lette ,f JJ B I at n ti Mr VI ison nnl I 'I S S il'j V n RT h [pr l ,i 1 e 'l il ii i i Vf I i in i 1 the amendment in r n lu, ,ar tO b. p c n 1 1 v the p r t if fl P I Va e Mr I nlkiei a I HI Mr Hoar the diffi r 8 -l l tveinr pi ptse.1 1 M H a re el tlat h, V ps.lK M, rmlk "nnor Heal, a I H "x If 1 Pl II IIP 1 ,s he Vf, 11 l I" It ul 1 I i ,1, d -t l, t T to 1' HBP p ,1 pi M It ___ au ,t r L tt _ II W I I It Kits SI I II N d i P "i P! v an! that rn. t HP i i u -prvi e IP- i 1 t HP t I ill th, if tel i u, n leshc.iivm ed bv j th Iv ,lear to I 11 i i 1 in t in tr nf n, 11 1 t 1 11 n or rpp- r I ind to lie alw Intph t- t .t r f th n I PIPl HI 'I t e -emu i t n Ma III k tbLs c I t t, h, NlDH III m V l 1 an lit h...... I II nn it) u L iw l u it j u-t nvTH i M. i I rM- iM 1 1, M VK -r V I I f u u Iv til. 1 II f i V'i I 1 i t r i "id H Imr Bill l 111 I 1 Pi N a I j i j Pli U h 'I n I l li r r' ii l I- I- ml i i I olt W t tin I In i in Mm ii n 1 t I r I i u i 1 I, I ui.. rsinll i i nn i t MI i ir IIIHIH II ill r M m u i I I in id r l i I II t l u i I I i I- u I v I K n I r il, U i J I L in, i, m k UK i i.-i t I i ,s M i n I- IB I irL I li -t r S v, Elders' Book on BelfiiU yi uimb mm tl free Co men, r au-ondi.ssCbauAkTvevtaft ROOMS TO RENT in hit Mil, liu i t Vi iti r i f i g k Mil r H irsanienl 1 i hi -1 i ri -.1 uv Ih. IP i v i rh t i h r r tle M' f r I i ,b In 1 i J I AllPlll t iMlilMtlv ail IP'I ,i I I t l led ir v "i .....ip.li tl. mil I ls 1U" u i si i It x r ween the Ii 4l i rU.lK.1UCi, WO central Avenue Headqnarlera for all Pa> J Oils upon the fillo-vms of pri.-es r ral, I from Mav 1 to i F p ,h( I Ho, kma allev cent-s per t r i im x al 1 I r i it I r, ,ist t i f tl. mil I ls V I J  oe Ut ra. Pj. 4, h. -j ttl, Lur. to a game Faataonable Tailor Irtntlemen will Bnl it to I 1 "lthout T the manager of then UunradTantaire to mt.tM.fnm indentions In ret illation the mil aor eaemeu will flu I u to Ihur advantage to nail on me before tiUewhere. Pa. c VBT co, Lion streeL 6cneral hite I Supplien, uil Cloths Gnu; te Ware. A special tjr.uf Sberwit Williams Pa.ntand Monroerangn. us blank books, ledgers, and t il kmild ul blanks .lone at Prin.log 8 and 10 fc KCDOLTH WOLDENUAOEH, Cor Thinl and Buffalo s Dealer in uramut. Marble -imir and Bmlding Stoue. Call on me lore bnyinx rour R ISLET A CO., 7 and 9 Fast Front street. Whisky, W ines. Brandies. CtoLrnl Liquor Store (or Faaily Use nOBERT JTKAV, IV Lion street, near tne depot. Boarding, Sale, teed and Livery tuahlt Stabling by the day or week un reasonable vesterdir snd Treasurer Lindsev sov It Ls not lertain when it will Btart up again. Thanks for -t.i ford SAJ FRA-.CISLO ipnl Is.-The direc-or of the Southern Pauflc co panv adopter resolutions thanking the reti-ing president Mr for the mtegntv ard tv with which he has directed the companv and tendering him heoitv future piospent-v an 1 happiness A Small strike CHICAGO 18 -Thp strins among workmen at the North s, le Ka., w >rks pmv e< to be be not as formidable i v B 1 L irtair I n tb roi i ir be i Hi i nretl t -Irib l m n ei l k r f i t e i n t r s. er 1 r p. i d k I I b "n i ve ask I r-o 11 r ri t ri t tl r r -s n the i P i k u f i i I -t mj I i i tact v IP i it e< It J 1 u t 11 e L vo h t. o h t si 1 r iiai n 1 tu.t t p i L u tpr the r ir I i u 1 lr Ls s, d Till i use Bail r i bv 1 j ni r1 t P 11 a n al e tb "a n ok elTe t n r nn n b i him leiiiJ- n -ed throng, an 1 otbei n l s w i' -r B an, to mar T Ba if 1! irr-K rf_ I t, I h ia BTRLIN A, 1 v-----Tl 1 r n i T, i a, ,oui savsth sr T'-' l I i Iworl s It U irt 1 h r p rp r i I i v in n ie v it I it? "f P l t rh i f i I- an v I K r H h r- o, iv Ih i ,n 'p ,-s t  il hill r ai i. ajin river I II i n 11 r N ,._ M 11' i N i f '1J Silm ii 1 1 U tjir %10 1 (l I i ,4 flie bil r i n f Ijet s i r M r l ll tl s t s I ft) i -t s ru r at the a ll )f M v I ihannpl i lu an lprp r l IP I i! )U t l.et it th ,i nirtre The b II p ujp tJ 1 till i hall here i i I r these lefjirv oi; wai un i v LU has tin i n ier 1 he 'r I i" Jl tl, ij i' hi liilsh ill i hne nil sen iv rule- ithei 11 of nmU I liv [Ut the wl le I iilniPiiLs 111 the pi s, I t -en t h W it, i, J Orawabad TroBss I n f list I ss so a fe anrl thsfaai liu, t tv the I r t vv hi fithei m law Dr Schvve since D ,e 1U EillvA, on rn s. ion r ot iwitvru ;eveni cfthe c- nr-rv ellur ha.s kn c i in ier 11 han ei" 1 MI1- M Ik ran I n a r i i f 'v th m vn l t n t.lv f in x ar s ii mi i L pi i n- bin J i l vi-i 1 It 1 1 TI i s.se.1 biscrnvi tion Ib it tie I ri ll i r Ji i t th" bi' if as rp- 1 vv tint th tresidpnt ul.j s-iv t the, iitniv ot the interior that hi desned the ipp intmpnts to U- made aftei The onferei ce e that woull A I in. Sriav" T 2" f the "SCUSS10D' Mr ut ie I-.1 bv Pr, TJ H I i tion mod lied hih i I >rr B hip N ll thjt the Mini renal -W jf fn, "'e appointment of thnw tbei mrodie.1 lr I" "X "7, n unnersitv-wnosiio! eat snm, r tlle th dtten, on spssi n ill uitel st, fha tmendmint was agree t lla} vovi bun htfui purchasing f a.s it first i e .s i rst i e ported Only seven man qi it ind ihe dav force went to work in the mornin; us usual There is said to be no danger ot a eeaei a strike K l.v a Kit ST .p i IS_MIS E a 1 F i I n I MuM Ht t L Cartel he erne. SAMJ. GIFFOKO, Ml Centra, Ave. (I u, general Insorancc and Keal EatatT jLfeDL Fire, Lite, Aciidtnt anil Live laaurance. Prompt attention invsn tn lovinz sad stuUnc Beal bsuto rll C. JOSE8, J. 75 E. Third St., nor Deer Excelsior Meat Marker Fresh, i-alt an Smoked Meats, La. t oaiisafea. Oysters an I Araltry. llf ATCHES, AC. Bar the Aurora BaUroail Watch KepainnK a Frank F Stapf. 83 E Third sL W MOCKER. Merchant Tai or Central Arenue PKOFE38IONAI, 1> T BOLPU, M D, Physician aid S irsreon Ljvi> s Drug A.pnl Is HM men PIII api li 1 e ini pl ved bvHandre. 4 Rol bm, lron ship beJ Lot i h- builder- ,trhe E i- I asm drv dock hav. a 1 i v r their emplovers-rant them a I u i u i ha 1 ar a t work each dav The men are ,pn al frln. v, 1 d U wTn" Th IBtH In nf 1_K--- u In V eht n inr an 1 rc" I tats in tueir Ime of labor Or Mary Walker at th. Point of Heath1 OSWEGO N Y Xpnl 18 Dr Mar-? Walker who has been suFenne for time taat from injuries- received bv a fall oc MavSOIast is rapidlv feared she will not recover vai-ba eef I JEBd. l in i ht no nan Vlslh tl "avac e )f the 1, -s of her t ia. n S' tit l r" 'I uf ci tti n l J bv the i la -olm A h g K! tUa vv ui u iu Su cid" in .te upuo! Calls auf be left at Lvon'j. Firemen's In Ion Election. fEW TOHK, April O Sullivan ol -iri m Boston was ele ted president Hugh Me f 'r ore r Suite t Gregorof New York secretarv and Willian this tv ir ,tt d le m -i-e Van Denier of New York treasurer of the He ed t the tL r i rv in I n Sailors and Fireman s union. b ig'it tne t flx-r cf thp ar. _ '-s an 'f k 'led Tjere n. A Break Kxpeeted. reaon aSMgned for the act BATOU SARA, La, April and-------___________ increasing flood nuke a gloomy outlook here. i Goe, nown AUeDTorts to savetbe levees seem likelj tu SHIEI iw 1 is-The British wuhin EuUHan Stsmbr Maria for Parla. of hflr cre y er" h mi of H4o t n an 1 was nwnesl a n F t l IFVN 4 >_I attackpf 11 111 PPI-S t_ a a L f tL st i elP 1 ber w u me t is a itlnf i i All to rmce C. I, e ST PI-TE ri H 4 r. j, _ L i n ed t p P m e 01 t (f tx Le throne f It I r s... lr in Ma Iheoi r -el rr'rle h to feiberin be n a a i t _, 1 t I u u-1 frieijs- HP (hat "prct to e'-.Tv of nif minr ,a np ,lt p, ih "ie til IL 1 tx n tl mte timt I'IP f m ij v II _P ie rail! a i he tak n a n i f p 1 i i oa wis t I it no de isi ti of the -i. niiii e- Ol ft s ol 1 11 Al e- a ti Carpenter! Hold Ont C HI, vf, H -There u nothing new ln u "ir ne s tun tion I it'le n l- "i put of the 'be moi t uv of in lu i t ol tb aip. ifus, re- a i a ade an 1 dim. nstiatiun at Vln It f till ufnkelf J 1 Pt 1 II vest i HI t i H n i I ueadf l bv liiu of m s ,r t fr0il H I v pi mi, I Henri, I tr-icl I i I In fleptrn Rulwiv ST FETEP.SL Rr ]s_ul s-un railwa i jrirre.lt nnr-ct s, pPtpi-s in 1 V, 1 h- esumai. the line is fit fiOil ivr riilp ol AmerH.ins I I to MI i] John L V t ii ID sta 1 T Vf i! i can Che ti t i-Jl pit ainanent aho ir Jhi, n llrij UP steam l-t Pl, nner I ,h. n lH Stl t labor nsrvcfors r I> Aprd 1C-A. pas-enger an, h whleh u hi) ie to-d.iv an i seven of thp ie inir ed foi AI iv A Mr f vvere i 11 it-n states -onsul general j u I Um p 1 i uuiber or t none fatallv 8tanle? 4 LONDON ls_Th ,tllieof fheLon I h don boot has then i, u ,U settled aad the n-en wurk at onc-e 
                            

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