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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 August 1892

Ttie Times-Monntalneer SATURDAY AUGOST 27. 1892 MANUFACTURES. There is no denying the fact that The Dalles most inaugurate factors of development if she desire to grow and ; prosper in the future. An open river will be beneficial in making this a trade "center, by reason of cheap ' freights; but before the city can ex pect a large increase, in population there must be industries that will fur nish the means of supporting fami lies. There are many natural re sources that would constitute the bases . for manufactures, and when1 these are in operation a welcome may be extend ed to the industrious and thrifty. With he large amount of wool handled by our warehouses annually directly : from the producers there is every in ducement for the establishment of a woolen factory, and this would give employment to many laborers and re tain in circulation in this community vast sums of money which are sent elsewhere for fabrics. The improved grades of wool which are now grown in Eastern Oregon fur...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 August 1892

The Tiies-Uonntaineer SATURDAY..... AUGUST 27. 1892 ITEMS IN BRIEF " - From Wednesday's Daily. . Hon. W. Lair Hill, of Seattle, is in the city. - : .-.., .-, . There are four occupants in the county - "jail. v - Mr. P. E. Michell came down from -. The family of Mr. W. Tackman naye re moved to Long Creek. . Trade, incident upon the wheat season, ' is opening at the East End. ; Mr. L O'Brien, of Btockhonte, Wash., baa been id the city for Beyeral days. ' Mr. Frank Sampson, of Sinemasho school, has been in the city for some days Mrs. A. J Ochres retarded this morning from a yisit to ber sister at Spragne, Wash. Mr. Jos. Worsley was a passenger on the 1 o'clock tram from a short visit to the sea coast. . . The camp-meeting services in the ptnes 1 1 : .1 u! ...... s .4 the attendance is Quite large. The Iruit crop this vear w verv prolific. and melons, which are shipped; to distant points, are in great abundance. ' Charlie Lewis, who his been spending his . . arrived in.the city last eve...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 27 August 1892

.CD The Times-Monntalneer SATURDAY..... ..AUGUST 27. 1892 No town can derive benefit from misrepresentation or untruthful booms of worthless real estate.. This has ' been demonstrated to be a fact in sev eral instances, and the Times-Mountaineer has, on different occasions, painted such frauds in their true light. . In this connection, we are glad to see the Hood River Glacier stamping out such a scheme in that neighborhood. ' From the following we bhould judge Hood River park to be another Rock land, alias North .Dalles, alias Grand Dalles, on a small scale; "Maria Far ker is the latest victim on ' record of the Hood River Park scheme, having purchased a lot from Bruce L. Garr. Hood River Park is situated about eight miles south . of here on a dry ridge, and is worth the government price of land, if a fellow wanted it right bad The price paid for record . ing the deed is at least ten times the value of the lot. That Hood River Park scheme wlis and is a detriment to this section, an...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 3 September 1892

Sf 0 r ' H9UNTAISBKU. Voleune XXXIII THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1892. CONSOLIDATED 1882. NUMBER 4. TIE-MOCSTAiaiKfcH.-": " eaei is? t PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY i BY John Michell. Editor anoPboprietor. , TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year.... .....X.. .......... Siuglecopy si& months.. ......... avTerms strictlv in advance - ,-.s.o .. UK Entered at the Poetofiee at The DaUet, Or., at attend Clan Motor or wwitwmsiiM, wroutf me maum. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor .8. Pennover Secretary at State ....... G.W.McBride Treasurer Phillip Metscben Superintendent of Public Instruction.. &-B. MeElroy i j j. a. j . Mitchell Congressman, ant district B. Hermann aeooua auurtci... ..'A'. K KUie . Frank Baker State Printer. COUNTY. County Judge..... Sheriff Clerk Treasurer -. .... Commissioner. Assessor.... - Bamyor Superintendent of Public Schools, Coroner .. Geore Blake y T. A Ward J. B. Crossen Wm. Hicfaeil ....Jas. Daroielle ...J W. Koonu E. F. Sharp...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 3 September 1892

SATURDAY....... SEPTEMBER 3. 1892 THE CONTRACT SYSTEM. Fears are expressed that the change of management in the work at the Locks will cause more vexations de lays than the plan formerly adopted, and that there will be the same facility for the enemies of the improvement to pat m 1 operation their usual obstruo ' tion tactics. ' In other states where ... the contract "system has been tested in '- public works, the result has usually been successful in the matter of rapid completion, and we believe it will ac complish the same in Oregon. As a matter of . course, there will bo some ; delay necessary on the adoption of, the . plans and specifications and letting the .', contract; but when these preliminaries are consummated, we cannot under ' stand where railroad or other influence : can postpone the completion of the work indefinitely. The contract will contain conditions, which each party will be bound to ful ; fill, and the manner of work done and the time in which it is to be finis...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 3 September 1892

The Times- SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 3, 1892 ITEMS IN BRIEF ' - . ' ' -'Frem WednaadtT'i Daily. - Hiss Frances Fonts arrived this morn Sag from visit to ..her nnt at .Pdmeroy. ' Miss Kathenoe Martin, of Grass, Vatle, ' is in the city attending tba Tcaober' luoti-. tnte. . . . , Salem Statesman: Captain J. W. Lewis, ' tii in 11 - . - t k.. . . register ul tan iSMivm, m iuq utni ui Treasurer Metscban. ' - , . ' Mrs. E. B Micbell and daughter Mamlie "were passengers, ou the train' yesterday Nello Johnson left on the 4 o'clock pas senger for Oregon City, and will return, .to Stanford University, Saturday. ' Prof. M. W. Smith, of this city, has been appointed principal ot tbe retorm school in , Salem, and Mrs. Smith, matron. ' . Eight wagon loads of wheat were received at the warehouses to-day.. Prices remain the same as tbe former quatationa. Prof. M. W. Smith, principal of tbe pub bo school in this city, has resigned his po aitioo.and the resignation baa been accepted. Mr. Andrew Velarde, th...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 3 September 1892

The Tiines-Hofliitaifleei SATURDAY... SEPTEMBER 3. 1892 CANADA AND THE TREATY. The proposition of the Empire, or gan of the government of- the Domin ion of Canada, that it ia time to give the requisite two years' notification to the United States for termination of the treaty of Washington, will cause no alarm to the inhabitants of the re , public. Indeed, there is a strong feel ing in this country that if Canada do .not serve notice, for termination of the treaty ihe administration at Wash ington should. Old conditions fast . . are passing away and the old treaty should pass away with them. In a very short time, two years at most, and : probably in one, Canada will have its own "Soo" canal. Hence forth the work upon it will be pushed with little regard to the seasons. The need of the United States is a ship canal on its own territory, as the Wei- land is on Canadian territory. This country has natural advantages for - transportation of the products of the northwest to the Atlantic ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 10 September 1892

' 4 .," -. THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 10, 1892. .NUMBER 5. ear?.... . UATnX&& I'll .AAAA.jlMfAA.Aritflk t PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY . ; f. by ,.' J,- JOHN f.TjCHElljMaAliDLPEOPRIETOR . i TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. SInglaoopy, onoj-rr...; - Single; copy six months.. ' SW-Tenns strictly In advance .... Interf at (As Postottee dtThsDallet, Or., as Meond Clam Matter for trtmmiuum through tkt mail. 1IST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. Governor.... '....' Secretory of State Treasurer Superintendent of Public Instruction Senators .... Congressman , first district .... ' - second district. State Frinwr. ,..i.8. Pennoyer ...G.W.McBrlde Pbillip Uetschan K. B. McElroy JJ.N. Dolpb "t J. H. Mitchell If. nermann .f.H. KUis Frank Baker VOVSTX. ' County Judge... BheriU Clerk .'. ... Treasurer .. Commissioner . . . Assessor.... .... - Burreyor Superintendent of Public Schools. Coroner ..... Georje Blake y T. A. Ward .J. B.Crossen Wo. Michell .......Ju. Darnielle J. W. Koonu E. r. Sharp ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 10 September 1892

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY SEPTEMBER JO, 1892 MANUFACTURES NECESSARY. An open river is of great import ance to The Dalles and vicinity, be cause, it furnishes a cheap means of transportation to seaboard and makes the city a jjesirable trading point. , It is a great factor of development, and ' opens the' way for others. With avail able water communication to seaboard the products of the Inland Empire can seek the markets of the world at an equal advantage with other por tions of the country, and raw material can be turned into fabrics with profit. There is no denying the fact that man ufacturing industries' are necessary to .support a large population, and The Dalles must learn thya lesson before the receives mUvh benefit from 1m- - provement in the navigation of the Columbia. There . is cheap water power in the Columbia above this city, and, by reason of the gradual slope of the soil to the river level, every foot of fall can be utilized. With the cer tainty that the locks at t...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 10 September 1892

The Times-llodntaineer SATURDAY. .SEPTEMBER 10.1892 ITEMS IN BRIEF i , 1. From Wednesday's Dally. I - Delightful weather this expression- atereotypea. i: i i .' 'Co Jamea'Fulton, of FuttonvilW i in - the etty to-day.; ' ; - I nn,ui .. ..t; Sn th itv at a lively rate; but the price remain the same w) cents a basnet lor are quamy. - ' THmW n two! carloads of cataje.at SaJtmanhe A Co's stockyards. TheywUl be shipped In a day or two to Troutdale. It i reported that another daily pa twi atajted in Pendleton under tbe e y tonal management of Hon. J. C. Leatn ' 'l The old engine came back from Port land jesterday, and will hereafter be cun- - slderea a tropny Dy .i season jcngiue v. Hal. ... Justice Schutz has several civil suits on . ; his docket; ; but the parties appear dila tory In Dressing their actions to a nnai ; hearing., ; . .. . : Mr. J. E. Bamett is busy looking over his uaewmeot lists, and believe tbe valoa- $ tioo of property will make a good showing this year ; '" ''?'," ;i '...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 10 September 1892

CM J The Times-Mountaineer 8ATDRDAY SEPTEMBER 10, 1892 SWEENEY'S STATEMENT. In announcing the calling off of the Switohmen't Union strike, Grand Mas ter Sweeney said: "The conclusion reached by the duly authorized com mittee ia to declare the trouble ended, and I have sanctioned this action. We cannot fight eight thousand militiamen and a dozen railroad corporation?." The way in which Grand Master Sweeney makes this statement is cal culated to convey a very erroneous im pression of the situation to those whe nave not watched the course of the switchmen's strike, says the San Fran cisco Chronicle. Sweeney would have it believed, evidently, that the militia - of New York were ordered out to pre vent the switchmen from exercising their natural and unquestioned right of refusing to work for .the wages which the railroad companies offered to pay them, whereas the fact ia that the calling cut of the militia was for the sole purpose of protecting property from illegal assault and destructi...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 17 September 1892

H0UNTA1XKK. 'eliuue JaMtAlI THE DALLES, OKEGON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER IT, 1892. CONSOLIDATED 1882. NUMBER 6. MUKS-aiOCXTAINKiXl. PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY John Michell, Eojtoh and Proprietor TERMS 06" SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year..-.. Siuifi0 copy six mouths........ .......... '.. -0-Terms strictlv to advance , .2.01 .. i.oc l.i nt the Pattollee at The Dalles, Or., at second Clou Matter for tranmutum through the moiu. LIST OF STATE AND COUNTY OFFICIALS. V...S. Tcuhcyer Governor Secretary of State. ..G.W. McBnde Treasurer Pblilip Metschan Superintendent of Public l"10"'. "J 8saators '..1.."....'..:.... -' j.'H.Miichell Congressman, firt district . , . B. Hermann " . secoud dutrics.... State Trintsr.... - COFST1'. County Judge -.- Sheriff... - - . Clerk........ Treasurer Commissioner 1 Assessor - Saxveyor......... Superintendent of Public Schools. Coroner....... "A". K Kills Frank Baker George Blake ...i..T. A. Ward ...1J. B.Crossea Vim. Hichell ...Jbs. Duruieile . ,.J. V . Koonu .....

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 17 September 1892

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY...... SEPTEMBER 17. 1892 SELFISHNESS. locks there can be no doubt; but it is more magnanimous to beltove that these are composed of corporations whose interests are antagonized by an open river than of high officials of the war department, to whom it has no pecuniary significance whether the Co lumbia is freed from obstructions in The selfishness of patriotism and Detection, in that both looks to the welfare of this country in preference one or twenty years. In this matter to that of a foreign one, we advocated w a Sbtiefihd to wait and see . id an article last week, and to this the whether the contract system will not East Oreganian replies: Prove our position correct, and, in the "The Times-Mountaineer is frank, meantime, shall urge the prosecution to say the least , It had just as well of the work with all possible alacrity, " have said: 'If we . can get up a sys- at the same, time noting all delays and tern of robbery by which Americans their appar...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 17 September 1892

Tlie Times-Mountaineer 8ATURDAT...... SEPTEMBER 17. 1892 - ITEMS IN BRIEF From Wednesday's Daily. ' ' Mr. Lorn Brown, - is in the city. ; - merchant of Moro, p b' Mr. SF. Blvtie, of Hood River, is on ' ' our streets to-day. ' ; Circuit court for Gilliam county will coir Tens next Monday t Condon. .'.'" There was one drank and disorderly per- too arrested last niKbtjf di this morning tie came around and paid 5:3 lino. ;'. The case of Shivener, examined lor lar cenv in a dwelling belore Justice Schuiz ' yesterday, whs continued nntii to-day. . Forest firea are rasing all over the north west coast, and the atmosphere is so dense - that it is dihcult to diacerne objects at any great distance. - - Mrs. Mary Ann Miller, a pioneer of 1848, died at the home of her ton in Marion conn ty, on the 8th inst., at the advanced age of - 86 years and 4 month The funeral of .Artie Anderson took place : from the family residence this afternoon at .3 o clock, and was largely attenuea oy friends of the ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 17 September 1892

The Times-Mountaineer 8ATURDAY...... SEPTEMBER 17, 1S92 MORE DEMOCRATIC TESTIMONY. The Chicago Jlerald, .and every other free-trade paper that seeks to lessen the height pf Commissioner Peck's evidence in favor of the tariff, is informed that onother Democratic official statesman, in another state, has spoken, and that his evidence is in ac cord with that of Mr. Peck. Mr. Peelle is chief of the Indiana bureau of statistics, and has been chief at any time during the last" fifteen years, when the office was in the gift of the Democratic party. He is a Democrat of the Democrats. A sum mary ot his last report is thus made . by the Indianapolis News, which 13 a free-trade paper: Two facta are prominent in Mr. Peelle'a report. 1 he average earnings of wage workers, if these conclusions are trustwor thy, are larger than has generally been be lieved. In Indianapolis the average yearly earnings are estimated by Mr. Peelic to be $555; in Evansville, $541, and in Torre Haute, $923. The weight ...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 24 September 1892

mm MOUKTAIXEK. Volume XXXIII C0NS0LIDATED 1882. THE DALLES, OKEGON, SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, 1892. NUMBER 7. Tie.iinSTAl!liEeR. ' XI PRINTED EVERY SATURDAY John Michell, Editor and Proprietor. TEEMS OP SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year... Single copy lU. months .......... . 2.0 . IOC Tenna strictly in advance . Entered at the Pottoffiee at The Dalle; Or., as second Close Matter for Iraiwnwnon mrouga we mow. LIST OF STATE ANDJjOUNTY OFFICIALS. Oovemor. S. Pennover Becretarr ol State O. W. McBnde Treasurer...-. Phillip Metschan Superintendent ol Public in traction. K. B. McElroy (J.N 1 J. H. Mitchell B. Hermann V. K. tillis .... Frank Baker Congressman, flrit district " second district... State Printer County Judge., Sherllt Clerk.... Treasurer Commissioner. Assessor.... .. George Blake y 1. A. ra ..J. B.Crossen ...Km. Michell .Jas. Darnlelle ..J. W. Koonu Surveyor ... E. F. Sharp Superintendent of Public Schools. Troy i-nouey Coroner f. M. Eastwood - Professional G rda. - y. ..... ....

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 24 September 1892

The Times-Mountaineer SATURDAY. SEPTEMBER 24, !S92 ; a stinging rebuke. There are few more eminent men in the Democratic party than the vener able George Ticknor Curtis, now a man of 80 winters. In his day he was a great lawyer, and his contributions ' ,to literature have been very consider- "" able, "all "of " them" showing his legal training and '. political conservatism, - He has never before uttered a word in favor of the Kepublican party, the In ier Ocean asserts. But the extreme free-tradei8m of the Chicago conven- . tion, and its utter disregard of both . law and facts, have aroused hia indig nation. Among the more cotacle of his books is the "History of the Orig inal Formation, and Adoption of the Constitution of the United States;" and when a lot of politicians gut to gether and declare a tariff for protec tion unconstitutional, that is too much for good nature. Here is the main ' passage of his article in the American Economist, which exposes and de- nounces the Democratic...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 24 September 1892

The Times-Mountaineer ;SATOM?AY..'-:..SKITEMBER 24. 1892 ITEMS IN BRIEF forty feet above the water. He will proba bly be idolized now by hia schoolmates as a hero, bat he was taking desperate chances in accomplishing the feat, . Mr. Fred Wilson left on the noon train to-day for Baltimore, where he will enter the senior year in John Hopkins' univ- rsity ;.. I From Wednesday Dally.' . . , There are six prisoners in the county jail. r Hon. F. A. McDonald, of Seattle, Wtkh., : '.atin the city. Mr. J. M. Patterson returned this morn- ins; from Portland. The wheat crop is begingiDg to arrive . daily, and freight traioa leave the depot ' with heavy cargoes. The wheat wagons at the East End give ' that portion of the city very lively ap - pearance. ' , ' The city'a house of refuge had not a sin . gle occupant last night, and the cells ap peared lonely this morniog. , .. From the olearness of the atmosphere it is . very evident rain has fallen in the mount ains and the fire have been subdued...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 24 September 1892

TfinMes-Honntalneer SATURDAY. . .... SEPTEMBER 24. 1892 , CLEVELAND AND TAMMANY. According to dispatches from New York, ex-Preafdent Cleveland has re turned to Buzzard's Bay quite well satisfied with the success of his attempt at clipping the claws of tbe Tammany tiger. At a meeting of the general committee of Tammany, the chairman made an address eulogistic of Cleve land and Stevenson, and at each men tion of Cleveland's name the hall shook with cheers. ' - It may have been noticed, however, that at the love-feast which took place a few days ago, Senator David Ben nett Hill was conspicuous by hla ab sence. . As the San Francisco Chron icle remarks, public duties could hard ly have kept him away, since ho was in Albany buying Joseph K. Emtuett's former residence for $50,000, and Al bany is not very far from New York by boat or rail. If David had been very anxious to meet Grover he would have managed to find time to drop in on him and his friends. It cannot have been a very gratify i...

Publication Title: Dalles Times-Mountaineer, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Oregon, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Dalles times-mountaineer. — 1 October 1892

4TV El . SIOI'TIE?. Volume XXXIH THE DALLES, OREGON, SATURDAY. OCTOBER 1, 1892. NUMBER 8. CONSOLIDATED 1882. TIJIES-JiOUSTAlSEKK. - PRINTED EVEK SATURDAY JflliH MICHEL!., EDiTOR Ah'D PROPRIETOR, TERMS OF SUBSCRIPTION. Single copy, one year. "iqc ; l ntr aiv mnnt.hu - - -v- aiufcio wv J3-Tarms strictl? in advanro - Entered at the Postoffice at Th EaUe, Or., as zcennd Clot Mailer jor irarunnui uu . UST OF STATE AND COUHTY OFFICIALS. Governor G VSlde Tr0'3.'.!:::"::.; Superintendent of PuWic liidlruction.. t; B. Jf J. H. MlKlKU ;s. Unrmann U. tili? , Frank Baker ffontrresaman. firat district " second district State Muter County i aage Sneria ; Cleric ' Treasurer Commissioner - Assessor .. Surveyor :-," Superintendent of Public schools. Coroner . Ceore B'nke'y T: A. W ru ,...J. B.Crosseii .... Win. Michell Jus. L'arniellc ..J. W. Koimts E. F. Slmrp . ... Troyt-nclit-y '.N. 1L Kastwocd Professional C rds. jy&. H. LOGAN. Physiciau and Surgeon, Office: . Booms 2 and 8 in Land Office Bu...

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