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THE OREGON DAILY JOURNAL, . PORTLAND, WEDNESDAY EVENING, JULY- 10, 1SC7.
City Council Almost a Unit
in Supporting Councilman
Betting's Proposed Meas-
- ure for Application of the
: Sherman Law, in Portland.
Scheme New One Never Pe
; fore Applied to Municipal
u GoTernmeht - Attorneys
Xookinsr Into Matter From
Strictly Legal Standpoint.
' Member of tha city ooaocU !tf nearly
all Instan ara heartily In favor of
tha enactment of an aatl-traat ordtnano
euob aa la proposed by Councilman Bald
leg and It aaama to be tba eonaanaua
of oplnioa that luch a cnaaaura would
here no obataxilea thrown -la tba way
of tta passage. Out of eight mambara
of tha council who have been eased aa
inn all hut two.
UfUHUJUfU AUUMiv I
. and Dunning, na inaoraaa ma propoei
tion heartily, and theea two hay pot
- announced any hostility to tha plan.
Thoea members of the oity Jeglslatur
....... who hare not been aakad aa yet are
reported lo be In sympathy with the
" .movement, and It Is expected that whan
- tha ordinance la presented to the body
' for consideration .a week, from today
' pone of tha votes will be recorded as
' opposing tha passage of the act.
Zaearasti Ttwonfaon. Ita.
ftrMt interest ' la bain aroused
throughout the city and the state by tha
proposal to apply tha provisions of the
' Bherman law to any combination which
. - . may be operetiag now or may spring up
In tha future In the olty of Portland.
The scheme Beams to be a new one,
never before applied to tha munlolpai
government or oontrol of such Illegal
oomhlnatlona and attornsrs have been
looking Into tha matter cloaaly to sea
whether or not tha oounoll has tha
power to draft and enact an ordinance
" auch aa Is propoaad and whloh would
be effective and binding and at the
sam time in accord with tha require
ments of the constitution and laws of
This Investigation has led those mak
ing It to tha conclusion that the city
charter doe rraat tna power ana roni
It Is therefore poeelble to draw and
pass an ordinance which would be just
aa effective in regulating municipal
trusta or combinations as Is tha Bhar
man act In its aODllcatton to tha abuses
of tha Interstate combinations agalnat
-which war la now being waged through
out tha federal courts of tha nation.
Relying' on thea opinions different
-- membera of tha council are In favor of
the proposed : ordinance and ha va an-
nounced that they will support It when
, It comes up for consideration at , the
tieorge U, Baker la heartily la favor
' of the plan and this morning stated that
- ha could be relied on by tha people of
. . Trie city to vota for the ordinance If It
'followed out. the spirit and Intent Of
the Bharman law. .
"I have not bad tha time to give-the
.' matter any detailed thought." said Mr.
. Baker this mornlnc "but if an ordln.
anca can be drafted that will be effec
tive ' and will give a remedy for tha
oontrol of any combination which may
now be In the city er may In future be
formed here, I will support it and will
vota for it. 1 believ that all such com
. i blnatlona should be regulated ao that
. tha neoDle can eecure lust treatment and
. equitable consideration. If a cltv ordin
ance can bring this about I will be la'
4! Savor of It and will support It."
. A. N. Wllle la also back of the nova
. ment If it is shown that aa ordinance
. would be erracure and within the law.
- - Wilis Saoka afovemeaa, --- - t
Tf there Is any way to get at tha
' combinations now operating in tna city l
will be for that ordinance." air. Wflls
' said this morning. "I will have to be
- guided by the opinion of the eltr attor
' ner In tha matter." he continued: "but
' aa a general proposition I am In favor
or anything tnat win aja in toe govern
. ment or resnlatlon of anv combination
, ' formed for the .control of the prloe of
Ul necessary coromoaiti ea.-
T am heartily In favor of aoh an or
' T dlnanca as la propoaad," said oouncllmatt
. Frank Bennett '1 have not studied tha
matter la detail, but If tha charter
grants the power to enact tha ordlnanoe
I will be on that can be counted upon
. to support It In the council. I believe
- ' that not only tha city, but the atate
,;,.. should enact a law governing the) eombi-
' , so that the minor details of wording and
' construction ara acceptable to ma I will
' artv It 'y'"0 for the
' dlnanca. "1 would bo la favor of an
' ordinance whloh would give the earns
rower of regulation and oontrol over
rust oombinatlona In tha city aa Is
' . , granted by tha Bharman law to Inter-
- .atate oombinatlona I would support
t such a m ensure Lf It la Introducad la
, the council."
' W. T Vaughn la short and to the point
'In Ms discussion of the measure. "The
- ; poop know where I stand on that que
lion without any publlo statement from
, ' me at thle tlme." waa the way ha put
' hie answer to the question of whether
- or not he would support the ordlnanoe.-
Councilman Dunning gives It as his
; opinion that tha oaalnance will be
: passed by the council If Introduced,
, but h does not dee I re at this time to
, .state hie position In tha matter. -.
"I do not want to come out In publlo
prints any more," he aald. '1 do not
f want to say at this time whether or not
I would support the ordinance If It waa
; presented, but I think It would be
-1 passed if it war Introduced. -
John Annand, eouncUman-at-larga,
waa the only member seen who did not
.. 'I do not. know anything about the
, prfcpoaed measure and do not dealra to
offer any opinion until the matter haa
' been explained to me," he aald. Bven
aa a general proposition 1 do not wish
in dlscuae the proposed ordinance at
. this time.' ' - . - i
Bo far as Is known no mamber of tha
council will opboe tha ordinance nn
It la Introduced, and It Is generally be-
lieveo innii oiorm n monin naa passed
tha instrument will Be rurniehaA .
rlty for the official ' Investigation Into
'the existence and the consequent ragu-
' 1st ion ana control oi u ousinea com
S blnatlona now operating In the city to
tha retarding and detriment -of Its
growth and progreas-
That won't eoma off, appears on baby's
fare efter one tottle of White's Cream
Yormlfuge, the great worm tnedlolna.
by not keep that emll on baby's faee
If you k"P this medlolne on band,
you will never se anything else but
em Ilea on hla face. Mrs. Black
w l. OVIshoma. wrltea: -
Mv baby waa peevish ani fratfot.
Woiilil not eat n1 I ffared h weuM
rMe, I uaed a bntile of White's Cream
errr.lfiiae Bid he haa not had a Sick
Cmf alaca." bold by all dragglsts.
(Continued from Page On.)
eal onion. He waa electee a mrnibtr of
the executive board 01 ma federation I
lua and tarred until Juae. lkol. who
ha warn ehoaen president, aueoeerilng k.J
Bovoe. Ha mat Hirwood In loo and
biu knowa bias Intimately avar elDoe
Moyer answer comprehensively with
out hesitation. Ha Identified tha aon
atltutioa of tha federation which
of farad In evidence. Ha detailed a
length tha dutlaa of tba varloua officials
or tne reiteration ana exnii..neo trial un
der tha by-law ha waa compelled to
trarel and waa a rraat deal abaent, up
to tna uni or ma
Ela arrest, spending
probably 0 par cant
of als'tlm at
' Mover axDlatnad that atrtk orclere
eaiiee ror a vote or two third of tha
local Union., and an a.tnrovad hr the
CHiarle H. Mover, President of the
... Weetern Federation of Mlneri.
Tha ml of the organisation was to
protect member a whenever arraats war
mada la connection with trouble grow
log out of au-lkea, ..... -
Bloat Kaow ItMMINf. .
Tha executive board, after ha w
Bmtai ffiU.Ml .M.m - .
that legal aid be furnished members
of the federation when arrested at any
time. At the time no waa arrwea
Jack lmpklns was a member of the
executive board In the states of Idaho.
Washington and Oregon.-Ha has known
IsnlMrlnsI glnftal 1 Tslll Z
Mover teaUned that he bad never met
taunenoerg ana. naa no personal
miMli. aaalnat him. Ha save financial
aid to the atrlkers la tha Coeur d'Alanea
and believed their oauaa juau
DAi.irnlnv in Iha rtrlnnla Creak dis
trict, he aald that before tha. strike be-
8 an it waa tna ricneei miiuni-camv
la world, all miners being mere bars
of tha union. The first strike ooonrred
In Colorado City, February. lOl. He
gave the history of this strike and said
that tha company discriminated agalnat
union men. la August a general strike
waa declared. x . '
Unvr revlawad the 1 strike and aald
that no real trouble waa reported until
after the militia went Into the- dlstrlot.
He and hie aaaoointee bad oounaellad
moderation and deprecated violence. Ha
did his best to keep his men cool. Ha
reviewed his connection with the strike
and told of his arreat In Tetlurlde and
tha refusal of tha muitia to racognis
court ordara and how neonlo were har-
raaaed by the militia and generally re
viewed tha entire Cripple Creek matter.
His testimony diriered nut lime irom
that of numerous others glvsn pre
Moyer said no nrst met nteve Aaama
In Cripple Creek at a labor picnic Ha
met Orchard at bcadquartere In Den
ver In January, 104. He knew little
about the latter until nis trial ror in
train Wrecking case In the following
March. He dented that "he vr gave
Orchard money for the Vindicator ex
plosion, or any., other aotof violence.
He never met Orchard except aa a
member of the . federation and never
gav hint money to use Illegally. Ha
aworo that Orchard lied when he said
he gave him 1100 in the hall at Victor
and told him to do everything poaalbl
to un tna ecaoa. me witness was pos
Itlv in his denial all along the line.
After the train wrecking case. Orch
ard uii to hla office and said he was
going to Sllverton. Mover told him h
waa going to Ouray and aakad hint to
go with him aa a guard. Orchard had a
revolver. - He hold him he could let hire
have an atitomatlo pull shotgun If ha
wanted It Ha had Petti bone a-et two.
one for each, and packed. them In ault-
caaes. - Ha accompanied orchard and
left for Ouray two days later.
Darrow Interrupted to ask If his shot
gun was used to kill Gregory with. He
said: "No. the shotgun was never dis
charged np to the time of my arreat It
la a till In my apartmenta In Denver and
waa never usa. v ..
."Xdntins Io stag Flag,
At tha afternoon session kfoyar Identi
fied the poster flag denouncing the
Colorado author! tie a. whloh resulted in
hie arrest on the charge of desecrating
the American flag. He spent a great
aeat or time reciting nis experience at
Tel lurid and" Ourajr. .
He said he was arrested under a mur
der charge in Baa Miguel oounfy, no
particular being atated, and held two
days. , Hla attorneys demanded bis re
lease, but Instead he was turned over
to aeteotivea and taken to CrlDDle Creek.
where he waa charged with riot and
At tha time the latter offenaa waa el.
leged he waa outside the state In Jop
lln, Missouri. H was discharged In
CrlDDle Creek only to be later arraetad
on a similar charge, on which he gave
bond, th ease later being passed.
When he was Anally released hla health
was vary poor and he spent the balance
of the yeaflry1ng to regain It - The
strike was still on at Cripple Creek, Tel
lurld and at Glnberllle. He sew Orch
ard next early in io, about th union
headquarters, be having been among th
noponeea xrron vnppi vrttx, r ; .
..1 aCoyor Za San ran.
Meyer waa la th bull pan when th
Independence depot explosion took place
and had the federation offer a 5,Ov6
reward for the perpetrators, but the
reward was never claimed. He read la
ths papers that Neville and Orchard
were suspected. Later when In Denver
Nevill cam te aa htm and said be had
been arrested and put to much Ineon-i
venienoe end wanted to be riven liftO.'
Mover Investigated snd found Nevill
had never been a member of th unloa
ana told him n eouia.ao nothing for
him financially. . F
He aw urcnara una is, liue. in
Denver at union headquarters and took
him to dinner. He haan't seen Orchard
slnoa. He absolutely swore that never
at any time did be discus committing
Sny onma witn urcnare - ana to nis
nowtedg Orchard never received a
penny from tha federation for any un.
lawful purpose . Orchard, h awora,
poaltlvaly, never vlelted htm at hi
home. He never waa In Pettlbona'a
yard In August ltOS, nor St any other
time wnen in muraer or nteunenoerg
or xoevui waa aiacuaaea,
Llncfjlll"0dnry. aato th ReboHer. la
almost amothered with all kinds of
small fruit rich and real now cream,
and choice "garden sasa." 1
A NATURAL " L
tor bet days.
sajrav. aaA a saaeaaa
; t et lemon.
Tatrt'i s Reason'
mm in jail
Judge Dunne' Denies Cdh
victea Mayors Application
for Eelease on Bail.
B0XT0X IS SELECTED
AS TEMPORARY MAYOR
Convention of Labor Organisations
and Commercial Bodice to Elect
New Executive for the atyOiit-
come Awaited With Interest,
fjoareal Special Bervk!
Ban Francleoo, July 10.Judge Dunne
this morning denied Mayor Bonmiii
appHeatlon for ball, -
The graft prosecn.tlon Is to divest
Itself of Ita assumed political power and
Disc the appointment of a new mayor
to auoceed Supervisor Charles A. Boston,
who was yesterday selected te succeed
Acting Mayor Jama U OaJlagher, in
the hands of a convention composed of
delegates, te be appointed by the
labor organisations and five commercial
bod lea. i- ' .
Following the election tf Boston to
offloe the prosecutors lasued a carefully
prepared statement last night In which
Jame h, OAlUghar. '
the plan la outlined for the calling of
the convention, whloh will "name th
new mayor. Abdication of . political
power is arranges in aetau. -
OozapoaUdem of Ooaveatlon,
Associations rebresentlng the work-
ingmen and thoa representing the mer
chants are asked to ehooae delegates to
the nominating convention, ana the
number of delea-atea to be allowed each
aeparat organisation is prescribed as
Building Trades council T. Labor
eounoll I, chamber of . commerce . I.
board or trade i. Meronania- association
I, real eetate board I, merchants' ex
change J; total niinMr or delegate, as,
In this aDDortlonmant there la an
Squal division, of II delegate each,
between th merchant bodies and the
It is exbected that this convention
may meat and accomplish its selection
of a man for mayor within two weeka.
The appointment of Boston in the In
terval between the aentenclng of
Bchmlta and th hearing of his appli
cation for ball. It la axplained, was to
bold th orrio until th final choice
of th repreaentatlve bodies could be
made. . ..
rary Trytng Olass.
Under th peculiar provision of th
Charter, which place broad ' powers in
ths hands of the mayor, th new ap
points will be able to accomplish what
ever civic reform he may be Inclined to
- Thla wonder-working convention rep
resents at the outside not ovar one third
of the people of the city.. The outcome
is awaited with interest. -
Tha jury which I trying Louis Ola.
is composed or tna rouowing men:
. Patrick Lyons, retired merchant
; John H. McCallam, lumber dealer.
i nariae . ronaa, snaauraoturer,
Huso BchueaaeL meohanlo.
William Warnek, commissioner of
Jacob W. Warthamer, liquor dealer.
Johff'W. Shields, retired police ser
John O. North, manufacturer...
George A. Kohn, merchant
Michael A. Bamuela, photographer.
Joseph H. Robinson, grocer.
, "Half past seven.". -(.Walt and see.
MILLIONS IN BANK
inud Mm Pag one)
Trust company, which sis months sgo
had savlnga deposlta of about ts00,000,
haa Increased that amount to U.ltt.OAO,
Guarantee ft Trust company ha total
deposits of ll.OOO.ose, having more
than doubled It savings and inveatmant
account in a year. The Equitable Sav
ings and Loan association, which six
rionths ago had aa Inveatmant fund of
l.lOt.tll. today has -savlnga deposits
of about U.000.000. . , , .
- .. . 1
' The Hlbernla Savings tt Trust com
pany has approximately 11,000,000 sav
ing depoette.send Ita balanoea largely
exoeed that amount Th Merchants'
Investment t Trust company show a
creditable Inoreaa. Other Portland
banking Institution with savlnga de
partment hav approximately 11,600.000
In aavtng depoalta.
It I not oorreot aa reported that
Portland banks hav shut down on
loana for legitimate building ntt
"It la a fact that tha demand for
money for many good and substantial
prolecta la far greater than the aupply,"
said one banker, "but we er. trying to
make the resource meet th need In
a larg measure, while at tha same time
fully protecting th banking Interests
and th public w aim to dlacourag
over-progressive man who are fre
quently willing te take ehanee beyond
th reasonably conservative point. There
I ample money available for all good
home-butlding propositions. Th se
curity, on a reaaonable appraisement of
valuea. should be double tne amount of
(Continued from Page One)
stated In oourt that he regretted aeklng
for an order dismlaslng the grand Jury
because of th organisation It had f
fected and the manner In which It was
performing Its work.
.The aam a condition prevailed In all
western eta tee, and erltlolama ef th
nlgawrdly appropriation of congress
for th Judicial department Bra freely
made. A algnlflf-ant fact connected
with tha email appropriation mada for
thl department is th number of west
ern men on the committee on appropria
tions n tha senate, where a bill wee
killed Which aakad a allana wua
SI a :
6 . la
$ " p:
' ' NX
AUiiuuah Mr. ttrieutl haa aakad for
f tV.Ovtf to pruaecuta . the Oregon de
fendants. It Is by do mean certain lie
will get It Only tU.Cvti waa appor
tioned for the trial of Hie Bauaon-uyue
case in itmuiujioii, wmru means mat
me case will have to go over until next
year. At least l0.0u( was needed tor
the Benson-Hyde caae, in which more
than Autt witnesses, moat nf . n.,m liwa
on th Parind coast, will have to be
laxen to waamngtoa at th govern
mailt s expense.
ine visit of Secretary Garfield thla
week is expected to result in muco good
tor ma tocat eince. it 1 believed mat
it na can aea tna amount or woria bain
dona and the creel Haiti which has u
yet ben touched upon, he will lend his
lufluenc to bay tue Oregon apprvprie-
ituu-njaae aa large aa poeaiuia,
(Continued frorr Page One.)
ace. tha amounts show only a differ
ence of one pound. In lilt there ware
421. ana in i07 there were tzs. .
The total amount of mail of all
claaaes handled in 18t was i6.tii.
against 104, su this year.'
When It la conaldared that thousands
of persons are away on their vaoatlona,
tnat th preaent aeason Is a dull one
commercially, while In October moet of
the Dleaaure-aaekera have returned and
all tuerohante and business houses send
out their catalogues and circulars, the
Increase la all th mora remarkable.
Foetmaster Mlnto aald today that a
comparlaon which will show ths 1 real
increaa In tba poatoffloe business In
Portland since 1S wlU be the weights
taken for the first seven days of Oc
tober this year. f v. -
The weighing or tne mail is per
formed dally In pursuanoe to a apecial
act of eongreas for ths ourpos of de
termining th amount of mall handled
at each poatofflo In th country,,. The
wore, oj weigning me matt was com
menced July 1 and. will continue alx
DENOUNCE FAIRBANKS' ,
FOR USING COCKTAILS
' (Journal Bpeelat Servioe)
Indlanapolla, July- 10. Tha 4
e Prohibition sUte committee to-
day adopted a resolution derq
nounclng Vlce-Prealdent Fair- 4
banks for serving cocktails at
his Decoration . day ."dinner te ,
Prealdant Boossvelt aa follows:
We, believe the-effect of a
prominent Metbodlat - having q
cocktails and wines en his table q
is pernicious to - house morals
and therefore the eplsods is da- q
Barring of sever rebuke by tm- '
peranc people of all denomlna-
tlena. . - . ,
"Half past seven" will surprlae yoa.
"Half paat seven.' ' Watt and aea.
which to Investigate land
throughout the country.
ducuons on This Machine
With Those of Any
v: v -
Machine is wsll made; horn It good eU; It's the (raatett value yet i
Select the twelve 10-Inch records to suit yourself. , - -
Sitlil Prices Are Low
BREAKFAST AT TUE "JAPANESE TEA ROOMS"
Don't bother about cooking this warm weather. Take your breakfast
at the cool Japanese tea rooms. Dishes both dainty nd jubsUntltl
T , 1 served at all hour. , ,
ROYAL BAKERY & CONFECTIONERY &SSSV?
.VVV- w W W w -V
. BATH POWDER.
A Perfumed Luxury toe tlie DalL
Softerai Hard Water. Better ,
i n t . i .i . .
t inan i ciiunic v Daws,
Cents w -
WAGES RAISED ON '
. UMATILL-1 PROJECT
MiMl,k tm. Tha Joars
Echo, Or.. July 10. Wars, on th
Umatilla pro'eot la moving along nloely
thl summer and It will go on In about
tha aam way until fall. Th worker
on th different dltche of th project
hav had their wag raieeo irom
oent to K oents for an lght-hour day.
It K.a Kaan nscaaasrv to make this
raise to keen the men at work. Two
dollars a day la being paid for teams.
& TRUST CO.
OPEN ON SATURDATS FROM
y a. m. to ; p. m, .y
AND' ON-. SATURDAY ' EVENINGS
FROM I TO I O'CLOCK.
WE PAY 4 INTEREST
WE PAY 3 OM DAILY
Balanoea ef .Check Accounts
"-C OFFICERS: V . .'
J. THORBTTRW ROSS - - . ' president
GEORGE H. HILL ' Vloe-Presldent
T. T. BURKHART ' . . Treasurer
JNO. E. AITCHISON - Secretary
240-244 W.Magton Strett
- (Comer Second)
: PORTLAND,- CIECON
It is an easy luxury
is an easy luxury
an easy luxury
Tsar gaaear rrrarat rear atoaey V yea Seat
Ike Scallllag Beat; we say slat.
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jJ v in -urn. rtoe
yz l mmmmimk
j-X.Ji-k-:-ev.iwlll --- - , . -., , ;,.' BUemt ua m ax rain a atw l l. ., , III-
They act like Exercise.
1- RICE POWDER r
I Best Toilet powder. AndsTptjcally
I pure. ReGerea sunbuni and,
a, i r - n . t .
caanng. uest iox
. K ...
II You fay More for a Hat
Than $3 Will
t 7 . THT MCT i HAT TW TM WrnUTn '
Is the only Oovem Vrntnt In the World that provides,
Its citizens with a A Blmple means of dlstlnfulshlne;j
between REAL V whiskey And ImlUtlons. Under.
lOg MlMI"J Aea. J . KWHM r.e..Wtlle,CX WIUCU.UU
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T MTTtCS) i1
J I L Siiissj Uea yea wet KMOW tkwl taw ai n yew . la lstssaTaVttav: . J 1 1
fjl ataay aged er al firms to any way. BUNNY BSOOe. ts Wiibjh aili.iteiaSi. I tj
VIA I aMMwJ lainsiaty. Wisil saw fares ay sa eay. aw aetata swear lbs e4 p
""'; ' 1 - awaaty aaw sat. rtcS Saver trnKf iaiaa wwntaiy anaw eeaal ass. -
M "" stissal of Kisasaya gnaiaii BtiiMiirjr r:y..r
f i ' v BLUMAUER HOCH. Portlaid, Oregon, Distributors.' W
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in . . . . . .ii
ev il Kfttaf Tnrnnn -
.. Till IIHV ill er .
Property in Bay Gty, Oregon, is as safe an invest-;
ment as in Portland. An advantage gained now is
equal to getting in on the ground floor. -Bay City
is actually growing and will develop into a city 6f,
consequence while you are thinking about it. - There
are dozens of lots on the Nob Hill of Bay City, over-
lobkinetfiearTlhe'bif'ahcrihe6cean. slehtlv and"
. beautiful, . beyond the power of .description,.---' You
' ?T :" "xan buy .one now for $00, if you act quickly. These
'. - lots will be worth $1,000 in five years or less. They -.
. 1 ' " have the location to guarantee it. By thejtime
. Lytle r&adseornpleted, one year hence, i'iKcly t
investment made now will net $10 to every one you '
- put in. " Bay City is Portland's front door. Fac-"
7 --tories of all kinds wanted Free site for-the-first
-s4wmill in a country where there is 80,000,000,000
f feet of standing timber. ..Free literature on the Til-;
. lamook country will be sent upon aoplication to the1.
BAY CITY BOARD OF
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BAY CITY LAND COMPANY
sis iran ar ito ootcnaiitoiAt trr,
JroetUa4 Oregon. , Saln, Otegoaw , -
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DIAMONDS, WATCHES AND JEWELRY
A ' OLD ON EASY PAYMENTS .
: Standard Jewelry Store :
-189 THIRD STREET, BETWEEN YAMHILL AND TAYLOR
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.WIRE AND IRON FENCING
Barbed Wire, Wire and Lawn Fencing,
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