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OF SALE !
by illiLrilunr ATONF. Li:VAIH' H" ,""1M"'
named In n certain tndi-ntnn- of Mnriv' 'Mil ' ;
runryMli I8T9. mnUc l W Tlmnn- MiuMm 1" 'h Mid
I nm lnMrncti-0 in ill m I' itiii Auction.
ON SATURDAY, JULY 29TH, 1882,
Al IJJI nt m "-il r mil In Honolulu
All Hull ccrliiiii I'iceo or Parrel
smut, nl Ku, Inlindut lIvfnlt,knon as the land
nf KloI.OKAA. more particularly rleaerllied In Itoyl
I'Dtrni No !WI', and containing nil urea of I3P0 acres.
Ml Ilia) (k'l-Jiiiii Piece of LA .VI)
Militate in aldKIOl.OKAA
More particularly described hi Itoyol Patent Jo. 80$
containing about oo Actci and being the mine convtjen
to said VV. Thomas .Matllii.br the Administrator of UK
V.tW of Kaulla, Ijy deed datrd March th, 1TO6f
record In I.llirr M on imr" .!'.'?
fry for furllur juittli ulnrx rniuln ol
i: I' ADAM-.. Ami r
Or ( it it llionii, An f"i MoilRnttic
ART AUCTION SALE
I It 111 til lm- !'
Mlp til At mi
II Mnrrurlui' I-
i- 'i i h'
WEDNESDAY, - - Aug. 2(1
VI If i lurk ii in,
I Shnll Hold at CampbcH'0 Block,
Corner Fort & ftuoon Sts..
An Art Sale
Vjiliiiihlc and Bemilit'ul Bronzes
Fine Oil Paintings, by Artists of Note;
Huaiilii'itl HeriKibe "Wiii'i",
A fine Collection of Water
SOME FINE FURHITURE !
A beautiful A -orlment t
37iXXO C3rXClf3T7JTrX0 I
A liOt of Book
Iiai'ge Mii'X'ors, etc.
For Particulars, .See Catalogues.
K V ADAM1 r
RESiiiAsi GASH SME
ON FRIDAY, : : AUG. 4th,
Al IDA. .'I. hiSmIch Itiioin.
II 1" AD.UJ U" r
FOWLS AND DUCKS AT
ON FRIDAY, : : AUG. 4th,
At l'-i o'clock noun, al fejilce Jtnom. Uo Mild
" Silver Spangled," and
Some California DUCKS !
I-.. I. AltA.llfi. Anc'lr.
Executor's Sale of
:kai, Hstat S
liy order of Jlessrs. Jolm EnaandT 1! foster, Execu
tors of tho Estate ot J. Prazcr, dec aanl I will
tell at Public Auttlou.
ON SATURDAY, AUGUST 19th,
At IS ?1., t bales ltoom, If not previously Ul
posed of atprlvatcsalc, that certain piece or
JEsijTggJ. of JLaSiiOLCL
With the ItiiililiiiKs Tliereon,
Mtuatcd on Punchbowl bin ct . Honolithi, neatly op
posite the cntiniuc lo the (uccn's Hospital, anil
belonging to Ihu Estate of said J I'rarcr. deceased,
Coiitiiinlni; mi Art'ii uraliotil 1-51 nl ;ui Acre.
Tin' house has u t'arlor, bitting Kouin, Diiiuir Hoom,
Two llulrooiiu, Dresln ltoom, ttath noom .ind t'.intiy
Theio arc ulno a Kitclitn and a btablc
Ur7 Deeds at Iho Cspcmc of Purchaser
K. f. ADAMS. Auitr
O H " 3
P h H 'n T g
L rri X? -O
n v fl
8 3 Q
HOXti Q UO HKKCilOXLi XL-AX
of Honolulu aud CUcoug lain aud Chang o 111
ut tUutoii, Chins, cumprlso tlio Arm uf Yum. Ubvng &
Co.. dolujruuluei at No. 3$ Klua Sttccl, Honolulu.
lUnallan lslauds. llous Ouon and lice I bous Ncau
will (bu for tho firm. ' Yl'KN CHOJiO A. CO.
olulu, a uly IV, 1SH
-j o H
u O n
A KT T
At b'he Honolulu Glothing' Empoxuum,
A. M. MBLLIS, 104 Fort St.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
Iliue .lust Keceiveil a Very Coiuiilete Assortment ol"
JNew cLiacl tple Groocls,
1 " Inch the bi"' io f ill niii'inloii In addition to Ihuir iiiual "lolls of
Hax'dware, Agx'iciiltural Implements, House
Fiiririslung Goods, Paints, Oils,
"Varnishes, fce., fcc.
Ml of t lurli nr i Hi Mu i i)irovcd lMllerni thev have received riljiiy No'lI1i new lo llils M.irl.i I
LANTEKNS A Full Line, iu Quantities to Suit !
TUBULAR SCiUAHE U. S. TUBUL.AII. GnmiiiioNo. 0 Tulitiliu-
;(, 1 has j Inch Wick. So i ha 1 tmli
Wlrk o lha 1". Inch Wick
MMpmif fit n
I i'HS'Jl'!u.via iin
i mWfMMW- "M
Noe "i land Diamond. It.ickU, liailroad, Dull -. Lji. Side Tubular Mill Tubular Hoy llaby, Pocktl.
Tubular llansliiji, btrcct, and many other Mylcs.
lvbt1ellf I'louti Breakers specially adapted to Sujiar Lands, Also a full line of .Mollne, llagleand Double
riirrow'l"l.Wi. mcriadlllerent sleiand Mjlcs. New Styles of II AltKlltVS, :UI,TIVAT4ltS. IIOKSI:
HOK.S.Ac. I-l'.KIHJU-rrilllN.OX Vsilis.S. .V K1MVS, 'IIAIS. ALSO. O.V HAM), H.1YI.V
IIt.- WAfANlSTI!lUII.lii:B W.JIS.
Cd" Our Stock Is now lamer and mere complete than ecr bcfoie, and Is ollcrcd at Umcit jirlce. House
rurulshlns Goods. Tinware, DaHdcra' llardnnre, and nil kinds of Tooli. etc. Also, bllver Plated Waie, Oliandc
Her?, Lamps, and Lanterns. On hand and to arrive, all kinds of American and Ilngllsh Paints and Oils used in
this market, Valentine's and Iterry llros.' Varnishes, llriishes or all kinds, Manila aud blsal Itopc, Lubricants a
tjpeclallv. WO bi
RHGWRR ft till
a J3.4WOA VV JWUbW WVD
Oiler for Sale the Cargo of the
Tin t'nlluniiK Ll-l f -Meichandle
lavniii- Holler-, llbli. UliST PLAbTIiK
FRANKLIN STOVE COAL !
Doublo and Single ;
NESTS OF TRUNKS
sliCOND HAND -
SAFE S !
In liood Oidirand.it liMnmcly Low fntn
A IIIOICI. M.LKlTlONUr
-ra y- ir . - m .
.,.. . . . ,
II r uiiiiell Top Buggies
ALSO, .K It A UK
f.e-ellow Mask IS 0). !.'. 21 ounce
f.e-elIow Milll, 18 J), il, Slounr.r
Ket of Composition Nail
Hand Carts, and Ox Carts !
AM. IM'llli; AlltlVi: i
, , . -,,,.;
UUUUb Ul'O IU UU ASUHlieUli
Ami Mill lioSOI.II LOW, tu fUo Ciiiislt'if
W I '. HHKWKK A CO.
II U UUiri D wu it n N ill l MVUI
IT A L
n No (i 4 men
n 1 Duruer 4 Inch
For San Francisco.
The Pine American lit t"
-4M"W- H. MEYER,"
&3fc- UUWli, MASTlil.,
WillhaveQuickLispatchforthc above Tort
Por l'mlght and Passage Apply to,
5 i tilt (.'. IHtKWKU tc. Co., AgeiilH
VOU SAN IHtANOlSCO.
Tlio Hue New C'llppir Hilfniitlne
Svj Will. ii: ti-vill. V-'-pni
-A-,a TUPVUP MSTPlt J-"
' J lltWIN A, On.. Agent
Oceanic Steam Ship Comp'y
( "ttuTm nuiTisn
i .fr. . & STF.AMF.'R " STTT.7 '
, !"-rr-irr-; "
Will Leave San Francisco lor Hono
lulu tho (It h day ol' each month,
l Ilcturninif from Honolulu on the -il l, Y
of eai.li niontli.
I, ban l'rnnclocu Ascitis, J. D. Sl'ltlifKIiLS A. IIKOS .
I ' :wr Market (street.
iloiiululii Agents, W. U. IUWIN .V: Co. HI I'M)
UlNti. I I .IIAMDti.
Miami! Llkelike Mllleao Honolulu taili Tuecday
utlr., touching at Lahalna, MHiilne.i Ha), Miikcna,
Miihtikona. Knnalhue. Lui.iiiihoLhoound Hllu.
ItcturuhiK will touth at all the aloc pint), arriving
111 11IIIIUIIIIII IIVH "HUIUIJT A. W
cjs- .Vu Crt'ilU lor l'litinuv Jloiirj, uu
We positively refutu in ojhii uecoiiuls for Pantucvs.
, and He particularly ial the ultuitluii ol the tnniMns
public to the iiixeeslty or halti2 llusKape and frelehl
plainly inatked i tho btcumcr will nut be responsible
foratiy uuiuarkeil HasRaK1', "r fur frilslit r Cartels,
I iinlm It,tlit('il lor.
i freight Money Duo ou Douund.
Iu alieasea of fnlKht forpaillis not resoonetlile, or
uukiiown.thu freight money w 111 be reiultcdiniidtaucu
' ": r mui'ohs imi wi.mw sirs
I tortile iurlyshoin they aie for, or plainly slaliilliilhe
I rvcelpt to whom they art consigned.
.iiiuviuauu" nir uauiage nr io luusl ue uuilu Mlltiln
In no ay llahlu for lota oraccldint to Ihe slock.
fjJT" HuckDrhers, Hoys, and such like. Mill not he
allowed on hoard Hie btiamer on arrival, until after tlio
iaften:;cr have been landed.
WU.DIIU A. CO.
. FSAJVK CJOOKi:,
( Va'ocnt IU..T..K fullowu coAbTK
WntcUii, tflMA Wuiiuulii.
Onn. SltKoliiiii Knlium.
. It -l Willi While Usll Oltlii' toini'of llncu.
and Nuuanu blrceu 1
, PLANTERS' LINE FOR SAN FRANCISCO
MK c Qrowor & Oo.-Agonts. A
CLauf Mcrchandtit received Slorwnu I'ri'r.SCSS
and llbnaleasli adi slices made on thipuuiitt byihls
ii-. tb ly C. HltKVi:U & Co.
c S" ?kSoha'm
XL's Excbansc. Uthu only authortted Aseut uf the
1'Rtss Iu ban rtanclico. Tlio tiAU'iuiAV I'nzis cau
ymat do seen ou niu in mi omco.
03- I.aJtu' mitt Lau-n Satlifrom VUUsj, tclll
bt soJ al (As iiixmtory nl if .1 M. Mtllli. 101 Furl
inr riiukti, mim mj suit uin u wiu ui .
rfxCMl pri(ti tluHi)0 Ukt Httt thirty iMi ol .1 ) Mtlltt
101 Frl StrnU
Snlo or JLcnto or Oovorumciit. Lnml.
I On WEDNKSDAY, Al'OfHT ICtn, 188J, at the front
! cnlranci" of Alllolanl Hale nl 13 o'clock noon, will be
j old at Public Auction, those tracts or parcels of Gov
ernment Land known aOIOU.tKAlMI, IMMIAKir.
I.O.t, lt.!,..I,A ,1X11 KA1UI1I.A, ,i the
dlaltlct of Kan. ttanall. and containing SWI acre more
TKIIMH -I.cafc 10 years, unset iirlcc SIM) tier annum.
jajiaMc semi-annually In advance. Lease to date as of
my ii, ich.. a i. i.ai. .ninittcr of interior.
Interior Hep'l,. July 15th. 18S. D13
WATER ! WATER !
HoNotoLf, June irird VtAi.
Irrluallon aficr this dale Is limited tn four (4) hours
icr day, 1'rom 0 lo8 In the morning, ami I tn 6 In the
l'cnnlBalon lo Irrigate duriii) mote conicnlcnt hours
lll be granted on npiillcallnn to thcbnpcrlcndcut
Persons found Irrlgntlns except durlliR speclileil
hours will have their prlillljjes suspended without
nolle e. O I). l'llKKTII. Snpt Water Works.
Apprmm SijiosK Kj.II.
Mlnlator of Interior !i, y,
Session Laws of 18825.
To INCBEASL niL PjniMANCNT StiTlLCMCVl
ov Hci: Al.ucsTt Qunr.N Dowaoeu Kmma.
Uo it otmctod by iho King aud llto Lcg
slativo Assombly of tbc Ilawaiinti Islands
iu tlio Legislaltiro of tlic Kingdom nsscm
blcd. Sr.crtu.N 1. From mid after tbo dalo of
tlio approval of this Act Hor Majesty
Queen Dowager J'jiuina shall bo paid the
sum of two thousand dollars por annum in
addition to Iho annuity provided by tho
Act approved on tlio Ulst day ol' Decem
ber, A. D. 18C-1.
SiX'Tio.v 2. Thin Act shall become a law
front and after Iho dato of its approval.
Approved this Cth day of July, A. D.
1882. (018) KALAKAUA REX.
To L'ttoviDi; ion 'tin: Uoldixo op an Addi-
TI0.V.M. Ti;P.M 0P1IIK ClllUUIT COUItr KOI!
run Tiiiiui .TumofAi. Circuit.
Ul ii LSAoriiu by the King aud tbo
Legislative Assembly of tho Hawaiian Is
lands in tho Lugislattito of Iho Kingdom
Sec. 1. Thete shall bo hold ou tho first
Thursday of September in ovory year at
YVm'ohiuu, iu tbo District of Kau, Island
of Hawaii, a lorm of tho Circuit Court of
(ho Third Judicial Circuit of tho Kingdom.
Slc. 2. Only eases arising within tho
Districts of Puna, Kau, North and South
Koua, of the bitid Island of Hawaii, shall
bo heard at said torm of tho Court; but
cases arising within other districts of tho
said Island of Hawaii may bo beard by
consent ol' parlies.
Slc. Ii. If tbcio shall bo only live casos
or a lesser number lo bo tried at tho Term
of thi Court by this Act established, then
il shall bo lawful for tho Chief Justico of
tho Suptomo Court to order, giving duo
publication of tho same, that tho said Term
bo not held; and that tho said cases bo
transferred to bo Iricd tit the regular Term
of tho Circuit Court to be holdeu at Wai
ineu, in the Ibland of Hawaii, iu November.
Sec. !. This Act shall take effect upon
Approvod this twculy-lirst day of July,
A. D. 1882.
915 KALAKAUA HEX.
To AML.ND ClIAlTUi: 3 OP THE SU6SI0.V LAWS
OP 1878, KKLATI.NO TO CASSTOKTS.
He it enacted by tbo King aud tho Legis
lative Atscinbly of tho Hawaiian Islands
iu tho Legislature of the Kingdom assem
bled. Sixmos 1. That Chapter 3 of the Ses
sion Laws of 1878, entitled "Au Act to
amend section G1C of tbo Civil Codo rela
tive to tho filiug of protests against issu
ing passports" bo aud tho same is horeby
amended so as to read as follows:
"That scctiou GIG or the Civil Codo is
licroby amended by adding a now clause
lo bo entitled "Sixth" which shall read as
"Sixth, The written notice, complaint
aud protest accompanying request not lo
grant a passport lequircd by this section,
shall bo duly atloslcd by oath as to tho
truth of tho claim or debt owing by tbo
pcrsou applyiug for a passpott made beforo
a Collector or Customs, or bis deputy, of
tbo port where application for a passport is
made and unless so attested shall ltavo no
clfect against granting a passport, and after
tho expiration of ten days from tho pro
sculatiou of tho said written notice, com
plaint and protest it shall bo tho duty of
tho said Collector of Customs or his Deputy
to grant a passport to tho porson designat
ed in said notice, complaint or protest, un
less tho said Collector of Customs, or Iuh
Deputy, shall within Ibis titno bo satisfied
that iu somo Court having jurisdiction, a
suit lias bcou commenced to enforco tho said
claim or collect tho said debt; and on re
ceiving written notice thereafter of tho
termination of said hitit or of tbo filiug of
au approved boud conditioned to pay tho
amount churned by tho porsou protesting
against tho issuing of such pasbport in
case tho suit shall tcriniitnto adversely to
him it shall bo tho duty of tho said Collec
tor of Ctiuloinb, or hiu Deputy, to grout
such passport, anything iu this Act con
tained to tho contrary notwithstanding.
SLCno.N -. A passport shall, uot bo re
fused to any laborer who may have sorved
out a wiitton contract to labor, or has
been duly discharged from sorvico by
reason of any demand, claim or dobt uris
ing out of said contract to labor made by
or owiug to bis employer or any porsou in
Approved this 21bl day of July, A. D.
Dili KALAKAUA KHX.
To l'ltOMDE lOU A I'EItMANENr Skitlemii.vi'
iou J. P, E. Kaiialeaahu,
WncKLAi, J, P, I-. Kahaleaalm bus beou
iu lho employ of this Qovorumeut, iu
the capacity of Histrict Justico for Kwa
aud VVuiauac, Oahu, for nmuy years,
aud uo irregularities have over been
known to have existed iu his oflicc;
aud having during nil that period main
tinned a clituautcr lor Honesty ami re
liability; and whereas, ho has becorao
uged aud enfeebled in tho service of the
U i: it e.vaqi'ld by tho King aud tho Leg
islative Assembly of tho Hawaiian Islands
iu tho Legislature of tbo Kingdom Asbom
S KOI ion 1. That tho uum of two hundred
dollars per milium is hereby permanently
settled upon J, P. K. Kubaleaaha during
his lifetime; and tho Minister of Finance is
hereby directed to pay the, same out of the
public Treasury in like manner with other
salarios and npproprialiotiB, nunually or by
Slctiojt 2. Tho said J. P. L. Knhale.intni
shall bo outitled lo draw upon tbo public
3lnV? ' n K i T , Vri.,n
faootion I, from nnd n it or lho dn(e of tin
MIODIiLu Ul IUIO ILVLl
Approved this twouly-lirsl day or Julv.
To AUTHOiiizi: jun Commisbioshiis ot Ckow.v
IiAXDS TO CONVEY CERTAIN POIITIOXS OP
kuch Lands to Cues Shueckels t.v sat-
ISFACIION OF ALL CLAIMS II r. MAY HAV1. ON
Whorcas, Claus Sprcckets clainiH lo bo en.
tilled to nu undivided moioly of tbo lands
known ab Crown Lands, by virtue of n
convoyauco from Her Ilighnoss Htitit
And whercae, it is expediont and advisable
that such claims should bo salisllcd or
On it enacted by tho King and tho Leg
islativo Assembly of lho Hawaiian Iblands
iu lho Legislature of tho Kingdom assem
bled. Section 1. Tho Commissioners of Crown
Lands nro horeby authorized aud empow
ered to make proper deeds of assurance to
lho said Claus Sprockets of tho sovcral
lands specified in tlio hchedulo herolo in
full satisfaction and discharge of till claims
lho said Claus Spreekcls may havo or
claim iu tho said lands known as Crown
Sixno.v 2. Uoforo receiving such deeds
or assurances lho said Claus Spreekcls shall
byjiropor assurance convoy, relinquish and
quit claim to lho said Commissionors of
Crown Lauds, all his right and intcrosl in
and lo lho icsidtio ol tbo paid Crown
Section 3. Tho Minister of tho Interior
is hereby authorized to prepare and de
liver to tho said Glaus Sprcckela n Royal
Patent for tho said laud to be convoyed lo
Tho Ahupuaa of Wniluku, iu lho Island
of Maui, with tho His therein or Ihorouulo
belonging, aud estimated lo contain Twenty
four Thousaud Acros or thereabouts.
Approved this 21st day of July, A. D.
1382. KALAKAUA HEX.
SATUltDAY I'll ESS.
JUAr ), I6P2
All adicrtlkcniciits for Ihe bATCiinw 1'itr.sK tiiiiui he
sentln by Prldaj noon. No lio-crtlons for the current
Issue can hegunr.inleed when tent In lalir.
Advertisers will mark Ihe number of Insertions de
sired, from which date they ihait. Any not so marked
will be churned .1 mnntlis
THOb. I.. T1IIIL.M, jlmi.'ii.'rr.
NOTES OP TIIE WEEK.
Twutn-uri: lusseii-jcrsRailcil for tlio Coast by
tlic Site: Inst S.iluuliiy.
II. II., It. Kkki.ikoum Tcluiiml ftuiu .Maui by
tbo Kiliima IIjii litis lUoruhiK-
Tin; l Al. H. H. City vfSytliif will bo iluo ftom
tlio Cnlonius next Jlomlny r. M.
Tin; iiroc.'cilincH ol lliu Lcflinlnlttu AHMiiubly
iu to-Jay's Phens will bo foutul iutuustliif;.
Wi: call tho attention to aomu inturciiliiiK cuiu-lminic-atioim
on our outside pants to-day.
Tin: annual uxliibitiuii of MibS Aylcl'u school,
Kaapokua, will bo hold intlio'J'hcnlio this evening.
Hcmrr.Uit.v street between l'ort and Niiuanu is
bciiiR coored with rock nnd carlli to boiuacadain.
Tin: creator iurl of Wcilnestluy was passed in
tho discussion of lho Two Million Loan Hill by the
liCgiBlatiirc. Tlio ptocccdiiiRS will bap,iou iu our
Jin. J. II. JJi.ack, in bid littlo Htvainer, formerly
tbo Kajiioliml, took Quccin Kmiiia nnd a patty of
friends to Wiiisumo y cstordny.
Tnu regular moiitbly tucctitiR of lliu JliHhiun
Children's Society will bo held this ovuuiiu; nt lho
rcHidcnco of Jlr. V. O. Smith.
Mn. Max Kckmit, wutchinnkor nudjowoler, has
removed his placo of bu&iuojs from Kaiibiiiiiaiiu
street to Fort btrcot near Hotel.
No iuseasi: ltuviiiK iippearcdtnuoiiH lliu Chinese
passoiiRors by tho Triumph, thy wuro rcloabtd
from quiirnutino on tlio -lih iust.
Tim ejoioiscs and dintribiiton of pri.cs al
Iolmii CoIIcro on Thursday woto wiluessod by u
number of people, mid woro very inlcreHliiiK.
Mn. Atwatlk, U. t. Consul nt Tahiti, was some
what amused during bis visit liuru at homo of tho
Honolulu inincra callinu his wife the "l'rinceas"
A ruw small chuck boles ou Merchant alieet
have boon filled with broken rock by the lload
Supervisor. Thin is bupiioscd lo bo nu ii.lpi-ovo
Wi: aro informed Hint lho Atuatuur MitHical
Society nro pioparitiR to give another entertain
ment hooii. This will bo welcome nowtf to tho
Tim baud played nt tho Hawaiian Ilotul on
Tuesday evening and nt Ultima Squuro on Thttrs
dnyovoniiiK. Ajjood number of (Hjopluworo out
on each occiibiou.
WoitK on tho mariiio railway proyieb.sod fa vol
ubly. A considerable area haa been lllkd in with
rook and sand from Punchbowl nnd the other
work is advancing at a j;ood rate.
Aiiutt: MAiiQAinn-, tlio littlo daiiKbtur of Mr. and
Airs. James Campbell, not quHo two years old,
died Inst Saturday nielli. Tim bcicaved parents
liavo tho Hyiupathy of the community.
The San Lcaiidm HejHirltr of Juno L'lril, con
tains nearly three columns of mutter in lufutatioii
uf tho many falsehoods Ihat lmo been circulated
concerning the couditioit of labuiors on tho Is
lands aud lho icpurtfit frauds iu Ihu uiort:itlou
Tub 1'ici idi brig Tmcirn sailid last .Sunday
iifternoon for Victoria, A lurgu number of inKiido
worouu thy uli.uf to bid Mr. anil Mrs. Aluater
adieu amonu whom woio lho Princess l.ikeliko
and Mr. Clegliorti, the 1'rciieli (Jomtnissioncr and
wifo mid olherH.
ON Tucnday lust a sou of tho late Mr. llolstciu,
fell out of a tree, nnd striking ou a lock, fractured
hln law and received other injuries. Ho was taken
to tho tiuuen's Hospital whoro bo received projier
attention and althougli lho injury isaininlul one,
is gutting along cry well.
An alarm of fire fiom tlio ninth waul called out
tho liro Department hut Tuesday ovcuiug. 'Ihu
ul.irm wiui caubtd by tho burning of brush ami
rubbish at Kulnokuliuu, Purlieu bhould notify the
l'iro Department when I hey intend to make fargo
tires at uigbt; thoso who do uot do so nro liublo to
Somu llshcrniuu caught u largo shark Iu a foil
ing bcino last Tuctiday morning in tlio harbor. It
was of thu shovel head variety and U not danger
ous. It hud a number of joung ones iu its pouch.
Tho big tUh was utfcly landed nud hauled oif in a
dray, tho tisheriaan making a lery good thing out
At Kawaialuto Chuich, to-morrow etcning, there
will bo hold a Union Praise Service, coiidiicttU by
Mr. HnllcnKck, cormncucing nt lmlf-ti.n,t soven.
';"??. lZ,:.L'Zu. '.S. S,"i. ".", ';.':"1 '".l""
ooeutlv there will bo no oveninc servieo at Fort
Aw" t Church In thoLnff
wiU ocwp; the l-"llit"
Tub driver of expre No. US1 would obiigo tho
wnnlnoM I'mnit ,.ir..nf l.n wnni.i ..( t.n l.i.
people on J.mrua btrvttif Ho would not koep Ids
horeo btauditig ou tho sidewalk u shott dlstauco
.. i i it titwr
laauka of Ikrctaiiia btrett so much of the time. A
policemuu (to whom couipiaiut had been made)
ud boiuo difficulty in getting him to more id
one au vtnicio me oiuer uay.
Lisr Tuesday an old native at lGipaakea named
Lpino wboweut to work in some tare; pa toil w
km fomiil ilo.nl eoiuo Iiohm ntlcr on n RraK-i
rliJRO bclwocii llio n.tlclics. A txisl motlctu ex
ntnltmtion win mnilo by lira McKlbbln nnd
'" of lho mitlYo ttns coined bj liontl tliw.ti
nrouio nv which h whs lotitul that tho niulili
..(.H..ir.,...,i,. i.n.. .-
niHH.MWijHiM, iiy ,. ill, u- UJ- -
Overtnrc Fra Dlnxnlo
Caintlna Slcce of I limli
. . .An), i
. . . .Venll
IjAroi; numbers of unlives go down to the
wharves ovory ovetiing to catch llio littlo ted flifi,
iilalami, which nro now swarming iu our lmtbor.
It Is n suporRtllion of tbo unlives Hint whou innny
of Ihcso fish visit ns it la nsuro sign of lho dtwth
of eoino iiroiniticnt chlof or chlefcsi. 'Ihcy have'
been iu tbo harbor twlco during lho past two yoow.
Ibotiph not in largo nnmbem, nml Ihoto win mi
notable death on cither occasion.
'lut closing oxciclscsof lho Kltiderg.it lui hchool i
conduclcd by Misses King nnd 1!cch, una held nl I
llio l'ort Street Church M-slrvntli.r,lnv,ifl,r,,r,,, !
nnd passed off very creditably indeed, before n
largo number of lndictnud cuiitlcmvnwhoshowrd
congratulated upon tlio success of tho MiWl ns
Vistions nta Invited to insiicct tlio elegant col
lection of paintings which will bo sold iu connect ion
willi lho Art Halo on August !M, ntCainpboll's
Mock. These paintings woro loaned by Mr. Irwin
to tho nrt exhibition hiBt month, nnd will bo found
in lho catnloguo of thai time, and nlso iu lho
cnlaloguo of tho' present sale. Thov nro now on
exhibition together with numcious olhor arllolos
of interest and will woll repay a visit t.i Ibi
rooms where llioy nto being exhibited.
Srtctti. iiicctliigsof tho Y..M. C. A.wciulield on
Monday evening, lit lho Lyceum, nnd Tlittrsdny
evctiiim, nl tho Helliol cstrv, to receivo tho leporls
or action without further dclav. 'lho commitlco
showed that for want of funds to ndopl lho plan
that hud been nolcctod, sovoral inodilbatlous in
minor parts of llio building had been made, ns
recommended by sovernl master builders, nnd yot
tbo Association Incited nbout $ 1,000 of Iho ntnouut
required, but that this without doubt could bo
raised nt tho laying of tho corner stone, or beforo
lho completion of tho building. Considerable dis
cussion wiih hnd us lo referring back lo tlio Coni
lultleo and calling for now lendew, bill on a flnnl
vote, tho roportsnudreeomtiicudatlonsof tho Coni
mlttce weio adopteil by a lnrgo majorilv. A unnui
nioiisvolo of thanks wus leudured to Mr. J. 'J'.
Wuterhonso for tho free usoof his Lyceum up to
lho present time, and for his geiietous aid for lho
well being nml Inlciests of tho socioty. Tho erec
tion of the building will now bo proceeded with nt
Tito closing uxcrcisoj of tho teuu at lho Itoyal
School look placo on Tuesday last, Tho examina
tion showed that the scholars had in.ulo good pro
gress in llioir studies. Qnilo n number of visitors
woro presold on Wednesday, among whom were
Princess Liliuoknlaiii who dUtributid tho prizes.
Tlio declamations wuro good nnd n dialoguo by
hot oral boys, ono of whom was dressed llko a girl,
indicnted tbo power of lho Hawaiiaua lo gra.sp tbo
lmn.oroiiF, and wns muoli enjoyed by lho audience.
Tbo boys particularly deserving of mention nro
Vincent. Nargnrati, willinm Oili and Nninn. Tho
lirst pri.o was given to Naigaraii l'cruaudcZ, hu
having revolted tlio liighest number of credits in
two Hubjccls iu written oxamlimtlous arithmctio
and physics, 'llio prizo for innp drawing was
aw.udcd lo William Oili, bo receiving tho groatost
munber ol votes from tlio nndicneo. Tho prizo for
geography was gained by Joliu'Kuhii. 'llio priro
for the highest number of credits received during
llio loim was won by Kmgaran. Tho prizo for tho
bcbl recilatlou was awnrded lo Vliicont. Tho ex
orcises concluded with tbo singing of tho Hawaiian
Nutionnl Anthem, after which tho captain of tho
school called for thtco checis for tbo principal,
leachtrs, Koyal School and vacation, whioh were
icspunded to with a will.
IjtbrSatunlay muming just ns lho paper was
going to press information wild locuived tltiilp an
explosion of giaul powder had taken placo ul Ku
kuako wliich resulted iiitbodeallioC thicoiicrnous.
Wo aro pleased to hlnlo now, however, that no ono
was killed, although three persons, a native a
Cliinamau and a South Sea Island girl weio in
jured. Tho natio had icturiied from fishing in
hirf canoe and was iu Bhnllow witter nonr shoro
when tho uccidont occutcd. 'lho South Sea Island
girl laid n piiro which sho bad been smoking iu u
tin cau continuing giant powder, which tlio native
bad been using illicitly in his business; tho burn
ing ashes nrobnbly caused tho explosion which
throw lho native and lho girl on their backs iu tho
water and injured lho Chinawoiuan who was
standing near by. Tho girl's faco, utck ami bauds
woro cut and injutcd by the powder; tho nativu
was nuito Bovoroly injured about tho faco and
limbs. A largo splinter struck his bauds nud wan
deeply imbedded iu tho palm nnd another largo
fragment entered his thigh and was oxlrnctcd
with dtlliculty. Assislunuo arrived vory soon uf tor
tho accident and alt tbrco woro brought ashore
mid scut to tho (Jnecn'a Hospital for Ireatmont.
At hist accounts tho native, who was thu most
severely injured, was doing well. News has nlso
boon received from Maui of nnothcr accident
caused by sonic native lislicriueu exploding a giant
IKiwdor cartridge whllo ono of their iiumborwus iu
mo water, xno concussion gnvo tlio native such a
shock tli.it ho died shortly after.
Tins giontor part of Thursday last in tho J.egis
hiltiro, was spent iu tho consideration of tho An-
prialiou Hill ou its third rending. Tho sebsion was
a noisy nud disorderly ouo, and thero was consid
erable wrangling over certain rules of lho Houao.
A number ol tbo items woro nasued upon, nud sov
ernl of tho amounts increased nbovo llio allowance
asked for: among others were, His Majesty's Privy
Purso nnd ltoynl Stato, itiereastd to SWI.OOO: II. M.
tbo Queen, to 10,000. II. It. II. Prlnccsa Liliuoka
lnni, to 10,000; Lxponses of Foreign Missious, to
ij;25,000: sovernl items in tbo Judiciary Department
woro also increased. Amougst now items intro
duced were, 5,000 for lho Princess Kaiulani;
.2,fcXX) for pormaiiout settlements on dilfcrcnt par
ties, and 15,000 for the purchase of ordnance.
Tbo ordnance spoken of are bomu guns of au im
proved pattern, wliich tbo King saw in Austria, aud
tor wliich tho recent acting Chamberlain had for
warded nu order. Mr. Gibson, iu his cpcecli cx
lilaiuiut! this item said tbo King was under tbo
impression they wcro to bo a present to him, nud
that an autograph loiter bad been received from
tho Kmperor of Austtia, rcgaidiug tho mat lor.
Tho Ministry were nt llrst In fnor of revoking
tbo order, but as it would placo His Majesty's
Government iu a rathor unpleasant light nnd as,
after careful consideration, they bad been tho
necessity of having more ellicluut guns here, they
thought il advisable to ask tbo Assembly lo pass
tho item and it was passed. Wo will give tho pro
ceedings of tbo day in full next week.
On Tuesday afternoon a meeting was held at
tbo Hawaiian Hotel for thu purpose of oigauiziui,'
a Society under whoso auspices il is desired to give
auuttiilly uu exhibition of stock and agricultural
products of this Kingdom. Tho meeting was called
io order by Mr. J. S. Webb, who nominated Mr.
Widcnum for chairman. He was unanimously
elected. There was present during tho meet
ing, in addition to tho two goutlumciiiibotu iinmcd
thu following : A. S. llnrtwotl, 0, 1). Ilcrger, J. M.
Kniionii.W. H. Itico.J.i:. Hush, 0. II. JitUd, W.
O. Irwin, J. S McGrow, J. N. Wright. W. O. Hmllb,
A-H. Clcghorn, A. T. Atkiuwn, S. II, Dole. II.. I.
Aguow and II. 1'. Dillingham. Mr. Harlwell made
a few lcinarks iu which bo alluded lo the elforts
that had already been modo in importing improved
steak nud thu much that is left to bo douo jet. In
conclusion hu olTered u resolution proiwsiug that
nu Association for promoting and managing agri
cultural exo.sitious bo formed, and that nil per
sons interested bo imileil to join, Carried unani
mously. Mr. Webb alMi Introduced a iwilutlon
which was uuuiinoiisly carried, suggesting that
thu Association should bo in a condition in givo
prucs Iu insure the exhibition nt stock nud pro
duce from all purls uf tbo Kingdom, and recom
mending mat a petition ou prcucimil to the
lAigisiuluru asking mi uppioiiri.iiiou of $6000 to
assist thu Association in Its object. After ehoslng
a name "Tlio nawuiiaii .gricitiiurai oocicty
nu organising eomuiiltcu of live wus dieted to
draft constitution nud by-laws and lo petition llio '
Assembly lor am. mo louowitig CAiiuiioao mo .
ciimmltteo t H. A
vtiuuinauii, ,i.n. itcuu, ,. ..
ChidHirii. J. M. Kanelia mid 0. 11. Judd. 'lho noil
lion, which had bcea prepaicd by Mr. Webb, was
signed by all gentlemen present. Thero is a largo
field for hiieli u society hero and it should rtotuo
tho heady encouragement of the Government and
of individuals throughout tho group,
As an illustration of how tho law in cairied out
, m certain portions of tho district of lluinukua ou
Hawaii, the following incident, reported to us by
j a resident of thut place, will bulllce; for no
! ostensible cause six men ou thn l'aauluui l'lanla-
tiou recently refused duty. When scut for and
1 quest louc4 by thu overseer as lo lho eatuttof their
disaffection, the ringleader, uf tor offering a frivol-
iiiK nml nbhuril exriisu for tlielr conduct uhlch wail
. r. ; .:.,: ;t.v .:; .i. .. ;;;, nw. i
m,d wanted to fliiUt him. Tko overiir. dcellulna '
the cliullengo, quietly orOorta the arrwt of the
I offendor by u iwllcemnu wto wpt'Ciied to bo on
nut uruii i i itiih mi niiui uhiiis raviin i.nt itiiiibii.
lho soot. 'At 'this the wnaUas Mvollow eon-
, sonted to go lo work, and forlhftitU followed thuir
' '" into tho Held, the ovbW,(Ur n slight
. "riL" AU rl,.r Bwl V"
inform thu Sheriff of tho arrxt.h hnd ordered.
I Ue had not ridden fur when ho waa wtt by Jho
"'I'm of lho won. who iiiloruied him that thoolhor
; flTt) lue j j 1Uys.triou&lr diuappearwl. At
; n,U information the overueer mads greater Imto
towards the Sheriff's quurters nud upou arritiug
luiiuooiatciv rftiateu uu case, mormons uroui-
Ucl to Uko charge of tho arroutod wau upou ar
rival, hut Uitoruttl th sf mhssht tkat be could uot
arrMt the otbur live, a t M ;
a warrant woald bo rqatedL
poui to obuia wk mn
kAVBBHfc c sau
wai iu Honolulu, nml his deputy nwny nt Wniiueii
nnd would not return In 1cm than four or Atf
ysi j'r'tnrning homo in n ierploiod Blalo of
luiuu, tho overseer hnd not gono far, when ho wni
mot by lho policoni.in Into whoso charge tho man
hnd been glun, nud was Informed by him of tbo
reoyup of tho prisoner bv tho other ilvo men,
nnd tbo escape of llio etitiro gang. Search wits
tiindo ns sooti oh powiblo by tbo Miorilf; but no
IrnctBof tho wlioronbotiU of tho dosorlcM have
jet bcciufpnud nllbough il is a week Blnco their
escape. Hnd llio inaghlrnle. or bis deputy, boon
nt tboir post of duty, tho dilllcully of (searching
for tlieuo deserters our nvnst cxMiiaoof country
and porlmtn ncross fens, nn well ns lho possibility
of Ihelr fiiml oscnpo mid losn to tho iilnntnlioti,
mlghl well havo been noided.
Tho Nnttvo Press.
',oi the huokoa July?!, Wi I
Among thoughtful people who nro vwilclituluf
tho signs of lho titnw, nro iiiiiiuuirings nnd nppru
lioitBlona its lotho end, llto lintCHl,of Ihoovcntu
Hint nro now trnnspiriug. Among llio friends of
Hnwnii nnd of licr Indcpclidcnco, niinglcil with
tlicso nHirmntluL'S nrn riM-nit nr.,1 .irr.r. 'I',. II,..
I snmll number who desito litis connlry lo beconio
Jceito somoforeigit ,H.wcr, If theru is a class
I ?.r UlItl sor1, lllM0 CVM,U
nro only satisfactory, ns
llioy toslify lo lho f uluro f ninilmcnl of tholr wlshon.
unwrtii is tnu only smnll nnllvo nation remaining
iu this ocenn Hint has retained its Independence
nud Hint has continued to ptogioss to tbo present
lime. It is lho youngest of tho nations, nnd it
holds n tuilmio iiositlou In this ocean Ibis gov
ernment which tbo Knmclintnchas founded nnd
Now Zoaland, Muuhiwn, Tahiti, Samoa and olhir
littlo islands havo passed under Ihojokuof foreign
governments. W'henco comes thisenny nud com
torlnblocondiliouof Independence of Hnwnii from
thorclguof Knmohamnhatotbclluioof Knlaknuii?
is it owing to her strength r No. To hor gnat
population nndweallli? No. To licr skill inwnr?
No. Perhaps lo tho great amount or wcnllb
brought hither from foioigu countries ami boro
innungcd ? No. I'crhiim, tbon, Hawaii owes her
prosperity and tbo preservation of hor ludcpcml
enco to tho great extent of her territory ' No; fur
Hawaii has cry littlo laud. Tho truo answer to
(his question is, thai beoatiso of her Just and hon
orable dealings, bccatiso of her calling to hor aid
tho wisdom and counsels of foreigners, for lhoo
reasons, nnd theso iiluno, under the blessing of
heaven, has Hawaii been jirosiieied.
Andnnwo pen tbo word "foreigner," wo do not
mean this ouo or that one. Wo do not menu those
who havo boon taken up nt random; wo do not
moan those who havo not been put to lho test; nor
do wo mean those who have been tried nnd found
wanting. Let usglanco at a list of those who havo
been of service to thisgovcrmnont: liichurds,Jitdd,
Iticord, Lee, Armstrong, Robertson, Alton, nnd ho
on. Tho foundation for Hawaiian Independence
wns founded In tho honesty of these nicn and Hint
of (heir Hawaiian colleagues. Skill and rcctittido
ftom without wuro iiniled with llio efforts of lho
nation wilhin, and by this union was obtained a
iKiworfu! ntipiiort for this young nntion. Hawaii
was permit led lo remain independent nnd to man
ago hor own nllnirs, becauso nhowas seen to act
rlghtlj'. If good got eminent comes lo an cud, If
improper lucti rule, the end will not bo far off.
Nextwcokwo shnll indicate n sign of danger that
in lowering over this government, and the road
along which wo mo now traveling.
FivuiKo Ifuiuttl Pat Ainu, Jtilg'tl, 18S.LJ
Uu Tuesday last, lho nssoiubly of "half educated
nagau legislators"' look out of tho hands of lho
Judges, and nssuuitil to itself, the power to sottlo
up nn estate; and jealously nrrogattng lo Itself tho
iwner belonging to nuolbcr body, it constituted
itflolf a high court, and proceeded to iulrodiicoa
bill to disposo of laud. Wo bad supposed tho leg
Islatnro bad power only to make laws. Lot nud
behold, it nlso usurps tlioautborlly of lho jtidiolury
department of lho govcutmout. Is not this lho
work of emply-hcnded, ignorant lucuV Ia1 every in
Iclligcul right-minded person aiiswcrthis question
for himself. There is one thing wo nro greatly
surpri6cd al in Ibis government's busty thrusting
iu of a land bill. Unit Is, that it did not first nsk
tlio opinion of lho Supremu Court in this question
that bo deeply ulf cetu our country. Docs tbo Cabi
net moan by this act lo havo it supposed that thoir
intelligence iu tills inullcr quite exceeds that of
tho Supremo Court, whoso business il is to inter
pret tbo intention of all legislututcs 't II seonis to
us that tho hnuto of tho Cabinet iu this important
ruallor is suspicious, for if wo look at tho true iu
wnrdnoss of our Cabinet, wo iiball llnd boino curious
coincidences, to wit: Tho Atloiiioy-Gciicrni is iiIho
lho attorney for tho one who asks for tbo land,
tlio .Minister of lho lulctior is tho ono who sold
KeolikolaniV. iutciesl iu tbo (crown) lands: and
tho Minister or Foreign Helatioiiswas aided in his
hour or deep trouble by this very iielllioner.
Tho consequence is thai their bringing iu thin
bill, nnd thoir decision regarding it, is a matter
that lias excited gienl comment among thoughtful
people. Jtulgoljeooncosaid itwasa prudont thing
to tnko lho ndvico of othors. Is that tho ronson
why tho Cabinet hns nut consulted tho Supromo
U-'rcH (Ac lUcte Poalolti, JtilgM, IOU.)
bomu pcoplo aio luviling mid nbusing tho Cabi
net with taunts uud Jeers. Tiioy rciiiiud ouo of
lloas nud mosquitoes. If tho Ilea bites nnd you try
to oatchhiui, l.o leaps away; and if thnmusqtiito
sings nnd you brush him olf, bo Hies uwnj'. Tlici-e
aro uiorclyvoxalious creatines. If ouo uottlos him
self eomfoitubly ilowu, theso little Insects setup
tlio shriok of their shrill lying pipes; if ono stretches
himself out for a comfortable nun, tbo soulless
liko flea begins his biting. Hut God mado Iheiu
bolb, as ho did nil othor similar nuisances. '1 Imv
are of no use; tiioy bring no blessing, uud thuy
hnit nobody. So wc dismiss tlio musciuilo to bis
shrill hcrccching, nnd tho Ilea to bis jumping
Mr. Hof fining on Portuguese Immigration.
Extracts fiom private letters received from A.
HolTiintig, Uaq,, ielativo to Porlugucso Iinmigra
tiou. Ijondon, May 18, 1881'.
Air. Carter lias succeeded iu making n
favorable convention with tho Portuguese Gov
ernment which rccoguios our light to contract
and recruit laborers in tho Kingdom and its iblands
which will gltosafetynud permanency to business.
I ahull now bo able lo go ahead with less appro
hcnsioii of being stopped than formerly, and if
tlio Government and thu new Labor Supply Asso
ciation will send mo their orders I can soon have
uu oxtcnslvo How of immigration utloat from
Portugal and tho Azores. I am only afraid that
tho now association will bo templed away by all
sorts or plausible schemes lo try now fields and
get disappointment aud unsuitable pcoplo. Tho
Portuguese may not bo all that the planters could
wish for; but neither aro tho Chinese or Japanese,
or Hast Indian Coolie, or American Negro, or the
Nuw Hebrides People they nil havo thoir fnullH
nud drawbacks. 1 contend, however, that tho
Portuguese is n fairly good laborer, nud tbey aro a
licoplo that make a satisfactory basis of popula
tion, and 1 can lay them down ns fust uud ns
choap us any oilier. They will stay iu tho Islands
and there is uo need tu spend money to scud tlium
back, and no cmbantissiug agreements with their
government nro necessary so I hopo lho Hoard
of immigration uud tho now Planters' Association
will support mo iu my elforts to hoikI tlioni. 11
bus cost me a vast amount of trouble and labor to
lcrfcct tbo sjtttum which I now propose to do
morn rapidly by steam, nnd 1 hope your iieoplo
will do mo Justico and recognize my efforts, uud
not only support mo thoroughly but will not per
mit others, who are Jealous and who want to
avail themselves of tbo lints J have laid down aud
tlio road I havo made, to cut thu ground from
under my feet by unfair competition, I under
stand Hint this hns been proposed, but I am sum
your ieoplo are too just tor enult it; if they do
they will havu reason lo regret it. You will sou
tho ftfoaiiicr Monarch, I expect, before this rciicbca
you Ibis is Ihu llrst triul by steam, and I hoiio
soon t homl ouo or two more nud pulmpri larger
steamers, nud so coulliitio in tho sautu way.
LoNtxiN. Juno in, 188.'.
- You know by this timo that wo liavo go t
uia i oriiiKuew iiiiiuigriiiioti ou us projicr loot
nu. Thanks lomy unccuahig laborsaud tho rcocn
efforts nf Mr. Curler, wo luivn now every hopo thut
wo cau keep uu it supply by steamers tquul lo Hliy
reasonable dciuuiid ou the part of your planters.
I noticed by llio King's speech ou tlio opening of
tholicitisliituro that no was much in favor of Turin
uiltfto and 1 nm Hiiro ho is wiso. ns thrv urn n,
J"1 nml elaaiK-st luboters your jicoplo can get. I
i w.i"w i nui,iiiiraw imi uo umuu
to Second tuv efforts to kirn tho bubinos
lliu value ol the Portuguese us laborers Is bohic
roMfitilzcd by other cmmtrles as well iih yours. I
havo bad offers from thu Government of Queeiw.
laud and Hritlsh Guiana to recruit uud scud thorn
laborers from tho Azores, uud only last week (hu
Consul for Venezuela camo to mo nud offered 6
each for laborers recruited through thu machinery
nud organization 1 have established In 1'ortuguf,
getting from Ihu business 1 nm doing, but I am
dctcriuincU to stand by tho Iluwuiiau IkNiril of
Iiuiuigratlon wi long as it stands by me. I under
stautl their wants thoroughly aud have got a per
fect organization iu tlio country for recruiting
laborers, uud nm loyally bound botli, by intemt
und kclltig to tho Hawaiian IsLiuds. 1 mu now
4 m:u tiui ten juu iuui uuq vt iur inuru limn 1 atu
uv "."? ."v u..",v?.,u" """." h.o.-'"'i
uiuug uui a upieuuiu sieamer iiaiuoa too uuum.
?.E; m' !S.l,rJr A .wV,,.,!!a.1' ..WL
vioucd for lyOO isxplo und 1 hoiio to got m iiiiuv
nt u,ths porls. It Uu ray heavy owwUou, Ut 1
hayo Mr. Curter'H authority fur It, uad
luarn that thero has been u churiiM, at
..b ii.i, j., ...n .n.. 1 1 i .1,1 .
Honolulu, I have uo douhl but tbt t4(r
uriu uuu iiiuiiiinui (ue uucu 01 lueir
ttr l'vu cawM Hnljliu Muhulr Drtn
cinti ptr vurit ui -I. .V. Jftllli', lei furl IHr?t?
Jfnr"-y ! ., I , I Wi. -
W CiW FumtUMxIJ tlootl, icllt lM mm m
tliiuqMtrlHH irkndniig tkt tntwtarit wUty'tl.M,
ifiWs,IQiV( ((. "
ty OHOf JtothUg HtUi, tfimttlng HiW,lt(A,H,
xJIwvH rett Stmt, '
MfS 1 1