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VOLUME III, NUMBER 17
HONOLULU, H. I., SATURDAY, DECEMBER 23, 1SS2.
WHOLE NUMBER 121.
A Newspaper Published Weekly.
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TIIOS. G. THRUM, Publisher and Proprietor.
E. C, DAKB lithe only uthorled agent for
the "PRESS" In San Francisco.
Publication office It at 6 Kaahumanu street j Ed
itorial roomi at t Merchant street.
SAN FRANCISCO CORRESPONDENCE
KfllTOR fjATURIlAV Purs ! Time motes
on apace, for we arc ncnr another Christinas,
a matter of Intercut to nil, particularly llic
)onng pco)lc, for at this season the chllil who
Ii not In dome way remembered by some friend
must he indeed friendless, nnd the older ones
who are able and do not t'licof their sulislancc
to some person or object must Ik; selfish Indeed
and not a liclictcr in the sa)lng, "It is Ijeltcr
to pivc tlnn to receive."
OUR STRtRTS ARK AHLA7F.
With .n and electric lights till late In the
evening) stores for the sale of jewelry, fancy
goods and other articles of "bigotry and vir
tue" arc kept open for the great throng of pur
chasers and sightseers, the former unking glad
the hearts of shopkeepers and the latter annoy
ing the salesman, till all Is bustle and con
fusion, as though night was turned Into day
and no one used to the situition. As is usual
during holiday month, general business suffers,
merchants attend to regular shipments, but
little new In the way of orders conies to hand,
and as a continuance of severely cold weather
and an entire absence of rain has wakened the
croakers, the cry is now of an usatisfactory
winter, but I find as a rule that these croakers
have alwa)fi to sputter just so much unless the
weather is exactly to their iwrsonal conveni
In general lines remain unchinged anil quota'
lions would be but a repetition of previous fig
urcs. In grains considerable interest attaches
to wheat deliveries, and to-ila)'s transactions
arc recorded as the largest of any day since
the formation of the Grain Exchange. The
speculation seems to be of a very extensive
and decided character, extending late into our
next )car, which would seem to indicate a be
lief on the part of some in a short crop at the
approaching harvest. The great interest seems
to lie ccntercil mostly In vvhear, though oats
and barley arc held firmly. Hay is strong,
which means high prices to jour consumers ol
this staff of horse life. Fruit the less said
about it the better. Oleomargarine has to u
great extent depressed the rising tendency of
the genuine butter, which was fast reaching
half a dollar per pound for a very ordinary
quality, but which is now offered freely at
about thirty cents, and though many cry down
"bull butler," there are numbers who cat it
dally at restaurants in large quantities and
know-no difference. Hggs touched sixty-five
cents, but now come in freely and arc held at
half that figure. All these quotations are given
jou simply to show aliout how our markets
stand. The City of Sydney brought from jour
burg a few familiar faces, Messrs. Adams,
Glade and Wilder being most noticeable. The
"Railroad King of Hawaii" looks unusually
well and apparently in the best of spirits, and
speaks confidently of successful completion of
his railroad. May he live long to enjoy the Iruit
of his cnercv and nersevercnccl His rush and
hurry extending to this Coast, he stajed but
twenty-four hours and was away to ltoston ex
pecting to remain with his family but three
lays, returning In time for the same vessel;
but then it wouldn't be "Wilder" if he did not
travel by steam.
Which interests jour good people, is exceed
ingly meager. II. A. V. Carter's remarks
upon the treaty commanded sufficient attention
to lie telegraphed to the associated press, and
like most of this gentleman's opinions, should
carry weight as coming from one thoroughly
posted in all that tclales to Hawaii nci, and
as he expresses his views in a clear common
sense way, they are alvvay in order. We have
also a telegraphed interview with Colonel
Charles II. Judd, who has cxpressed'his affec
tion for America and more particularly the
reciprocity treaty, giving some figures to show
the fro and tm thereof, but goes on to state
his preference for continued commercial rela
lions with these United States if possible, but
If the treaty should lie abrogated there are hng
land and France at handj and while we must
cive Colonel Judd the benefit of being mis
repotted, it dorsnot strike the writer as ex
pressing the views, of your good people lo say
If this country does not continue the treaty
other countries will jump at the chance) or, at
least, Out is what the effect of this Inteivicw
" will present to a prejudiced party. I'trium sal.
Does not give the matter of reciprocity that
attention in his message that one would have
expected considering all the circumstances of
Interest -which lias gathered about it lately, and
which agitate the great sugar interest in New
Yojk more than one would suppose, as the
New York refiners as a rule feel as though the
tun did not rise or set except at their own
iweet will and permission. Well, "it's the
loncest pole get the tic'slmmons," and if they
subsidiic a few more of the papers it U to be
hoped they will have only their lalioreor their
pains, M certainly ligures wont lie it put
down straight, and lo waste ink and iupcr try
ing lo prove Hawaiian reciprocity only a
one-sided affair In the face of the many lne
fits accruing directly and indirectly to these
United States when it can be and has been
proven a good thing for Iwth countries, seem
foolish and only show ing the animus of the
Eastern refiners who cannot have ocrjthing
their own wy. The Iwst answer to it alt
could be obtained from the dealer In general
inercliandUe, hardware, groceries, etc., tost
as well as here, as to whether the treaty has or
has not been of solid benefit to them, and
toon the howler would find California and
Hawaii arc not the only section lienefilteil.
Our cituco are endeavoring to secure a
po.toffice which shall tie sufficient for the need
of a growing and Important city, as our pre
cnt accommodations have for many years been
Insufficient, cramped and tnconvenienl.for offi
cial a well as the public Prominent and in-
Huoulla! patties will ut once present a memo
rial to Cixsgrt, '! it is surely to be hoped
their l)cr may be answered. Cheap postage
tacMt o be In favor, and a a lowering of
(Miff In any great measure on matter of such
,1 sjaJYtml conunuptlon brings more than pro-
' jrrt' '" lwt, we may expect a wuoBt
" Ml tm M letter through the United Stale,
M Use lactips "f tc postoeSce dcpaniaettt
would Mai to warrant the concision. We
an'd vary intutsatr ueopletp bare to wuch
Income as to accumulate ton rapid I), and
a general revision of the tarilT will I in order,
whereat the whisky and lolncco dcalir prick
up their ears and will ask. for a concession on
their rates, and probably get It, too) tho.igh,
for my part, I would so tax those two com
moditics tint with the great and increasing
consumption they should y the public debt
!efore the generation pisses away.
Political milters have ceased to attract attcn
lion, though as the Democratic party firmly be
lieve in the motto "To the victors belong the
sK)ils," many a good fat place will lose Its
present ocrupint and hie to pastures new when
the change in officials occurs, and many a good
Republican whose office has proved a sinecure
will have to prove himself a reconstructed
Democrat or be iKiunccd without much cere-
monj 1 lie utterances ol the newly electeil
governor of the Slate of New York are attract-
tig much attention as licing particularly wise
and to the ioint, showing forth the exact coa
lition of things all over this country, and Ins
resonsc to a toast during a dinner given in
New ork is so favorably commented on that
I quote: "I am quite certain that the late
demonstration did not spring from any prc-cs
isting love for the arty which was calliAt to
power, nor did the people place the affairs of
Slate in our hands to lie forgotten. They
voted for themselves and in their own interest.
If we retain their confidence we must deserve
it, and we maj lie sure tint they will call on
us to give account of our stewardship. We
shall utterly fail to read aright the signs of the
times if we are not fully convinced that parties
arc but the instruments through which the peo
ple work their will, and that vvhctithcj become
less or more corrupt the people desert or de
stroy them. The vanquished have lately
learned these things and the victors will act
wisely if they profit by the lesson. Let us not
forget that an Intelligent reading and thinking
people will look to the party which they put
in potter to supply all their various needs and
wants, and the party which keeps pace with
the developments and progress of the times,
which keeps in sight its landmarks and jet ob
serves those things which are in advance and
which will continue true to the people as well
as its traditions, will be the dominant party of
the future." The foregoing expresses so well
what both Republicans and Democrats now
verycordiallyindorsc that it seems an evidence
of a unity of purpose which may attract the
licst men of both sides to the formation of a
new part j' under w hose banner many w ill lie
glad to rally, and whose majorities shall 1
greater than those of this last Waterloo.
Here and elsewhere seem lo have settled into
specialties. Langtry in New York and ltoton
with hirdly that success planned for, must be
a disappointment to the "most beautiful
woman in the world," and she finds in demo
cratic America without the fear of His Rojal
Highness the Prince of Wales tint they will
criticise, and that right harshly. We are look
ing forward with great pleasure to the first ap
pearance of Nilsson, which occurs December
1 2th for the first time tickets only $4 each.
The price though si ems to hav e had no effect
upon the desire to hear her) for the three days
which so far this week have been devoted to
sale of scats, a constant strain of anxious wait
ing people has been seen from 9 A. M. till 4
I'. M. crowding for an opportunity to purchase
for one of the four nights. At one lime to-day
240 persons, by actual count, stood in the line,
and the end is not jet; about $20,000 worth
of tickets have been sold, and the prospect for
a series of crow (led houses is v cry fine, the
Grand Cqiera House seating nearly 4,000 peo
ple. At the California Hartley Campbell's
new piece, "Siberia," is attracting large
houses and bids fair to hav e a successful run.
It is a combination of Nihilism, ballet, snow,
Ice and startling scenic effects. It is a grand
thing and cold enough apparently to make one
enjoy a fire after sitting through a performance.
OlIIH AND ENDS.
Japan news has items or interest lo jour
projectors of the immigration of Japanese-
coolies, and their papers note the arrival of
Governor Kapena, but do not speak encour
agingly of what they understand his miision to
be, intimating that the last party who proposed
that scheme, or similar views, was run out of
the country, a stjle of exit that would be W
for the tw o K's and their gorgeous coats and
swords which may or may not see the light as
Talking of gorgeous coats, 1 find in jour
last issues many mentions of the throne and ap
proaching coronation, and there seems to lie a
.lispositton to poke fun at the whole affair, as
though it was a farce and not intended to make
a king of the present incumlient. I see no
reason why he should n t have a throne if he
want's one, but he is too fine a looking man to
wear a crown. They can't lc made becoming,
no matter how they arc worn, ami some one
ought lo tell him so. He had much better
arrange lo hav e 1-aiarus carry It round on a
cushion, preceding him with the Rojal Ha
waiian liand, "whene'er betakes his walks
abroad," the Royai Hawaiian army filling up
the rear. The Rojal Hawaiian navy and the
Rojal Hawaiian j-acht in the offing firing
salutes every four minutes would also make a
Tine displaj', and would afford still another
means for airing the patriotism and liberality
produced by an overflowing treasury.
Hawaiian sugar stocks stand about as at last
advices, perhaps a jwint or so higher, fluctu
ating a little each daj- whclhet. by manipula
tion or through supply and demand, Is one of
Ihos thing " no fcllar can find out,"
San Francisco, December Sill.
FAlESflNE MITER Y.
The biblical ilcscritiom of wttcry, uyt a
Irasclcr in l'aklinc, are t-incuUrly applicative
lo the iirrsent Jnccv of nuinufaclure. As in
llible times, to in the nincli-ciith centuiy. the
iwtler tits at his frame ami tum-s the w licit with
hit foot; or, as mc read in the Ajocal)K.ei
"So doth the Hotter, siltini; at liis oik and
turning tlie wheel vsith his feit he fashioneth
the clay v-itli his aims." The iwitcr had a lot
of the rc(ured clay near him and a jug of water
at his side. TaLini! a luiim in his liand, lie
placed It on top of the vihei-l, whiih revolves
horuoiilally, and sim-othed it into a low cone
between his hand. i it enlarges! and Ixcanie
thinner, hegiie it wateser shape he (ilvascil with
utmost ease and cipsMilion. It is cviJcnt,
from ennressions in the llible, that the llter's
sesscl w a the synonym of utter fragilnyi and
to say as I)aUl does, that ion's Ling would
dash his enemies to pieces liVe a -oUer essel,
was to threaten with ruin and remediless de
struction. We, who ue accustomed lo the
strong stoneware of considerable talue, can
scarcely appreciate some of thoc biblical refer.
ence.. uui ior i'sicmihc mcy biit a ajipiujiriaic
aiul forcible as ever, Arab jars are so thin and
trail that they ai litcally dashed to shivers at
the slwhtcst stroke. , Water Jars ate often
.m by niwely putting Ihtm down upon the
tool 1 km the servant bwuswuljr ret mm fioni
.L.J- ..I .-. k.-.l-Jl l.J:nn nil 1.1. I
KM mmmm sstlj-ssst, r ." .. ... j.is
ssssaskstl toitonn by saaio Imtjutar Uhavioi of
P A DK LA NUX
Survoyor anil Civil E 11 ir 1 11 o o r ,
Address, HONOLULU IW-office UAlm'
tlflLLIAM O. SMITH,
ATTOItXIiV AT hAII',
8j MERCHANT STUKRT. It (ISO! IM ,
ATioiixnr.ir i.A m,
No. 4 Merchant Street, Honolulu.
m R. CASTLE,
Arrnnxr.r at 1..1 ir,
And .Volar) Public Attends all the Courts of llie
66 Fort Sraarr, HrtNoUir, 1
Ajrtitxi:i'jt uuxsiu.um .1 r i.a n
TRS. CUMMINGS & MARTIN
Offkkcornhr Pout anii IIkuktanps Srs.,
sUHtii:txs AXit iiouii:v.tTii n: riir-
Office I lonrs Unl il 9 A. M., and from l-jnnd&lo-S r.M.
NO, A. HASSINGER,
Interior. Omen, IIonoiuiv,
ui:xt to tAhk .irnxatri.i:iHii:-
tnrnlM Ctnitrtirt fur tAthttr 1
TNO. S. McGREW, M. D.
Hotel street, between Foil and Alakea Mrcets.
Prom ; to 10 a. m J 1 lo 4, nnd 6 to 3 p m.
Telephone No. 164.
JOHN H. PATY,
Hovoii ti, Omii, II I.,
XtlTAIlY VVHIAV AXIt fOMMISSIUXnll
For the Stale of California and Ne Votk. Office
at the Hank of HMiop & Co. 1
O M. CARTER,
HoSOLVLI', II I ,
AOKXTTO TAKi: AOKXOU'hKIHlK-
tilrnt lo rmirrrrfa to Ftlnir
Office at Pacific Mail hitaniship Dock, Kvptanade. is1
M. WHITNEY, M. D., D. D. S.
HoNourir, II. I.,
m:TAL hooms o.v voht svnr.Er.
Office in I!rewer Mock, corner Hotel an J Tort
Street, en I ranee on Hotel Street. i
1WT HAGAN, M. D
Honolulu, H. I.,
VliYSiCTAX ,IA7 SVU1KOS, OrFiVV.
103 J'ttrl Strrel.
OtTice lionr front to to ta a. nt t ami 3 to 5 p, in,
Kcnulence 193 Nuuanu Street. 49
Tr Br EMERSON, M. D.
, Honolulu, 11. 1.,
PHYSICIAN AXJ SVItOEOX,
Tblkphosk Number 149
Office hour from 8J to io a. in ; i' to 3 p. m.
Office and residence number 1, Kukul street,
corner Fnrt street. m
84 King street,
I'ltA CTICA . tVATCIlMA KEIt,
( And Importer of AmerlMU Jewelrj of eery descrip
tion. (Formerly ot San francico, California.) 50
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE,
QLKr.H Strert, Honomu', II. I.,
iMvtntrmt AXit jikalhis ix
P T. LENEHAN & Co.
Nl'UANIT SrkBKT, HoNOLlLU.,
JMPOIITKIIH AXit CUJI.WISHIOX JIM It-
IV RS. A. M. MELLIS,
No. 104 FortStrekt, IIosolui.1,
FASH lOX.llll.K UltKSS AXit VI.OAK
XATM- G. IRWIN & Co.
Honolulu, II. 1,,
SVHAIl I'ACroltS AX It fOJIMISSIO.Y
VSkl. C IRWIN.
-s BREWER & Co.
Hosollli', Hawaiian Islamic
.Sllll'I'IXtl AXit GOJJJ.V.SO.V 31 Kit-
U. A. r. SARTKR.
P. C JONKS, jr.
T-VlLLINGHAM & Co.
No. 37 Fort Atrbrt, Honolulu,
IMI'OltTr.ltS AXit ltK.ll.KHS IX HAtllt-
irtirr, Cttltery, Too.,
Palms and Oils, and General Merchandise. I
A W. PIERCE & Co.
Honolulu, It, I.,
.SJJ' VIIAXDMUtS AXIi COMMISSIOX
cents for Itrand's Guns and Bomb trances and Per-
r- Das is Pain Killer., i
T AINE At Co.
Honolulu, It. I.
COMMISSIOX MEHVIIAXrS IMPOH
ter ('(f Heater tn
tta, Grain and General Produce. I
No. 39 .Mkhchant SmkKT, Honolulu, II. 1.,
IMPOHTKKS OP OEXP.lt Ah MP.IWHAS
tttte from France, Enulaitil,t
Germany and the United States. t
tlAAKDllICtUm.NIA Stukt, S. V.,
Canicular attention paid to nlling aiul shipping It
nd orders. h I
T OUIS ADLER,
Nvuam i Nuuami Sm-iKT.
M.lXI't'.tCTVUKU AXit 1IKACKII IX
lluota mii.I Hhor. ttf evrry SteMfrlgtltuit,
I-adlcs and Children's uear. My stock Is worihy of
Insi-gclion. I'rices sery low. si
r WILLIAMS Co.
102 AND 104 FOKT SrKKKT,
l'Lrsuiesof all slits and kinds nia.lc lo order, and
frames of all dcscriilions cuilstatitly on hand. Al
Lorals, Miens ana Lurtosuies 01 the racinc
A LLBN A ROBINSON,
HoniiUUi, II. I.,
Ilrulrr If .iimoer-iniir ll klmlm uf Hulitl
(! Mitlrrlnl; I'ulult, Oil, XalU, rli,
Agents of whoonere
Halcakala, Kulamaau, Ktkauluohl, Mary Ellen,
UIUiiu. Pauahl and LeahL
At KoIhiivki's Vt haif. i
npllBO. H. OAVIES s Co.,
(LTl Janion, flmsNrs Cu.)
mroiiTKii, commissiox MKiiniAXt
mill .iu'iit for
I-lnvJ'a and the LIveroool Undensflltera.
BiltUli and Forelu MarUi. Ituuranc. Company,
And Nonneru Assuraix. uuoipany.
HONOLI'IV, II. I ,
Praw L'schaneonih. BANK OF CALIFORNIA,
Sau Francisco, and their ageuis In
MtSSKS. U. M. KOI HbCHILI) SONS, Uvkkn.
1U OBIBNTAL BANK, CORPORATION o
Lanilttn, and their Uancties in
And inr-ifl a faetai Esiskiag Bastsmi.
CD. C. ROWE,
UHVSi: nt SlflX I'AtXTI'.lt,
I'Arm IIanokr, etc,
107 King ttreet, Honolulu,
T EWERS & COOKE,
(Suirssnm to Lkwkr A Dickso,)
iMftnur.tiH axi twAiA'.its ix tAr.11-
hrrilmt nil l.htit vt llulltllnt Mnlrrlith.
Port itreet, Honolulu, II. I, t
P 0. HALL & SON,
Cornfr Fort And Kino Stkrrts,
lMVOIlTI'.llS, lir.AI.V.UH IX It A lilt-
tritrr, Itt 1 ihmilH, I'rlfflM,
Oils and (teneral Merchandise. t
W McCHESNEY & SON,
t.r.ATiir.n, minis, tam.ow, ash
Co ttt m Inn ton Mrt rfulnl .
Agent for tlie Hi)alxipComian) No. 41 Queen
street, Honolulu, H, 1. 9
f C. COLEMAN,
HnNOIt'LU, It. I.,
HLAVKSMtTII, JlAVMXiSr, 6IJN
rijnntioii MAcMnerr, etc Shop on King street,
not to Cattle A Cooke . 1
No. S Kaahumanu street,
Tin, Copper nnd Sheet Iron 'Worker,
StOVUS AND KANOIS,
of all VimN, riumbetV tock and metaU, house furnUti
ing Roout, cnarnjciicry tamps, etc
M. OAT & Co.
SAttUAK EltS. VLA1IH AM, K-
ttrrlpttoHM tmtilrttmt remttrtl
I.oft In A. P. Cooke new fire proof huihlintf, foot of
Nmnnu Street 38
HOMOLt'LU, II. I.
ptoxHmt sti:a.u cAxm' jtAXvrJr
r ttml lltihevy,
Wacttcal Confectioner, Pastry Cool and HaVcr.
Numlcr7t Hotel street, )tuecn Fort and Nuuanu
r ENGLING & Co.,
No. 5 Nuuanu Stkert,
TtMiMITHS AX PMTJtltHRN, K.I.-
rrn in Stom, ICttiifr, Ttn,
Sheet Iron and Copper Ware J keep constantly on
hand a full awortment of Tinware, Gatvaniied Iron and
l.eadl'ipe, India Kubler Hom, etc, etc. 31
T W. GIRVIN,
Waillku, Maui, It. I ,
covMM.ssiox Mr.nvitAXT ax it ai:x
eral Itrtitri hi Dry (looit.
Groceries, Hardware, Stationery, Talent Medicines,
I'erfnmer and Glasswire. 1
TJONOLULU IRON WORKS Co.,
Hosoi tLU, H. I.,
srnAJf KXOixns9 noiLiuts, suoaii
Mlttt Coot e nt f Iron, lint
And I-ead Castings. Machinery of every description
111 tckmnillun? Job nork executed on the hortett no
T H. ROGERS,
No. 9 Kaahumanu Strkrt, Honolulu, H. I.,
irATCJr AXl CLOCK MAKIill,
JteHilrhiy it Specialty.
KstaUUhed 1&5J. I
O H. MEEKAPU, (KAUKAIWA.)
Nun nut ii Nuusmj Strhkt,
TAILOItlSQ OP IZVKItY 1)11
seription clone to onler
Men's, lx) $.' and ouilu work. 1
Numhur64 Hotel, Strrkt,
MEALS SEIiVED AT ALL
hours of the day,
Special terms for regular hoarder. The only suita
Lie private room in town for Ladie,
Mr. Leon dejean, Proprietress.
T H. NORTON & Co.,
No. 13 Maunakka Street,
Hume nhorlny, Shorn removed unit nil lit ml
of HtiichHinUli Ifu rk it one tttoiutrr.
Carriage making and repairing done by enmpttent
workmen. 1 he best horse-shoer in the country works
U this place. io5-tir
Cratkr of Kilaura.
If. I, MIX rt, MAXAOEIt.
Vldtors reiiuiriiii; any ununial dUplay of volcanic ac
tion will kindly elve the Manager at leant ten da no
tice in fine weather, and from cTcxcii to thirteen In foul.
Plenl) lo cat, a routing tire, clean bed, and the best
attendance on the Hawaiian Island. 5
lNii. 6 QuitE-i Stkukt, (Fish Makkbt.)
ltK A I. Hit IX CHOICKHT 11KK1', 3IVTTOX
Vrnl, h'Uh, rtr.
Family and Shipping Orders carefully attended to.
I.Ie stock furnished to vessels at short nolu.ea and tee-
ctahles of all kinds supplied lo order. -n
lllrOMTKH ANU IlEALRK IN
I'VUSiTVKK OFmrKRY UKHOlttVTtOX
.l.o Vitholtrrt' autl Manufitrtttrrr.
Furniture Warerooins No. log Fort ttreet. Woik-
sliop at old stand on Hotel Street. All orders promptl)
A W, RICHARDSON Co.
lhiiimr-tKSANn Utut-ess isi
iuuith, shoes, ruitxiMiixa attum.
Hal; Cap; Trunk; I'all.rt,
Perfumery and Soaps, Wallliam Watches, r inc lew
elr). etc., cor. of Fort and Merchant streets, Hon
olulu, 11. 1.
-pHOS. G. THRUM,
lUrONTINO ANtl MANl'rACTlNINn '
HTATIGXKK. XKHS AUKST, I'RIMTRK,
And publisher n( the Siti'uiiav Pubis, and autii.
nv.lma.u'iMM""', Merchant street. Deal
er in Hne tallonery, ltoks. Music, To)-! and Fancy
Goods, Fort street, near Hoscl. Honolulu.
JOSEPH B. WISBMAN .
Hovai'it', II I.,
UK A I. KSTA TK 1IIIOKKH A Xlt EMfl.OV
Kcnis Knoms CutUges, Houses, and sells atkt leases
Real Lslate In all parts of lh. Kiusdom. tCmploymenl
found fur lho seeking wur k in all the various btanihe
of business connected with these IsUnds. Legal docu.
menu drawn. Hills Cullected, lluoks and Accounts kept
and general uftic. work transacled. Patronage solicited-
LsMnintssloiu nsoilcrate. zt
-s W. MACFARLANE Co.
QianN Srnsur, IIuniiiiu', II. I.
lM)otlrr iih.I C'qihimimIoii Mrrthunlt,
Uoblnutn' rlrr-proof Unllillnu,
The Glasgow aw) Honolulu Lin of Packtt
John Hay Cc's Liverpool Liu of Packets
Th. Wslk.mi PUolatioo
1 nif m s.o.1 s-ivtiiM
The Spswctr PUaUtloa. HUs
W.ksUu PUnlalusa. Hlia
Mlrttes, Tall ft Watson. Sugar Machinery
The Puuloa Sheep Rancli Cosapauy
A L. SMITH,
Isiiiists' Aiu I)st t N
OLAMHHAMK.MKKIBKX MICrKM PLA
In! Wmrt, Urmtktl; riM.
Kino's Combination SuccUctes and KiUsi,
Luslral Wire Ware, fancy Soape, Hi lure Krttraet, Pis.
lols, WosteiuVitui's ruckcl Cultsry, rVder, Jshoi and
Amraunuuo, Ckuk'i Spool Cotsou, Uacklo. Oil. all
kinds uf Machine Needles. "Uomeuk" Paper PasUgeu.
Sule .(era of the unls erwHy ackao.ledf est
LIht-KunlngDosMSlr Srvsng Matkisw,
No. saTott ssroH WojiJiilM.
FRsSH INVOICE OP
ex klsrlU latvb. djnd (torn, ike nunufacliirws. coo
sisiim of PAPCrEltlSsss. NOTK. LETTU. CAP
Hll.f, l-EOAL and rtAT PAPEHk and CNVsfL-
la a. ax assd xna. IW
It B. MclNT YRE A BROTHER,
Cor. Kino and (ort Sti., IIonoiulu,
amtvknv AXit : moniu
QtKKH StrERI, HONOLI LI, II I ,
KS Kll A I. fit II tll.silnx AlirXT.i. 1
pD. HOFFSCHLAEGER ft Co.
Vjlo-.nl LI 1 , Oahi , II I ,
IMVItllTKIlt AXit VOMMlSSMX .!:.
P A. SCHAEFER ft Co.
HonoIliu, Hawaiian Islanii',
IMI'tlltTKIHt AXit MIUMIISIOX Ml'.tt
, rlHint. t
ILDER b Co.
0. Knur ANnltBRM Srn., HoNotttt.
lAfMHKn PAtXTS, OlMt, XAILS,
nnit ItmUthiti Material rrrr Ktmt, i
P P. ADAMS,
QlFfcN StRPKT, HrtNOLLLU,
A VCTWXKllttAXn VOMMSSHMOX MPAl-
"t chant. 1
AS. CLEGUOUN A Co.
OKXKItA Is MKHCItASMSE,
Corner Queen and Kaahumanu Streets, Honolulu.
nOLLES & Co.
Qlhrn SrnF.nr, IIonou-it, It, I.,
SHIP Cll AX MACKS Axn commissiox
Imiiorters and Dealers In General Merchandise, t
TNO. H. BROWN,
103 Uprftania SrRRRT,
txs pr.vTon op wnttufTS Axn
Orders can le left at the Police Station.
liiT S. GR1NBAUM A Co.
Makpr'h Hlock, Qi tvRS Sthket,
IMPOItTPIISAXIf WHOLES AMI IIKAI
cr in Or limit Mvrrhnnitinr. 9
No. tit Port Strkrt, Honolulu,
WATCItMAKIUl, JMVKMM, KXftltA
ret; intt IHnmonit Setter.
All orders faithfully executed. 32
1WT S. GRINBAUM & Co.
314 California St., Sn Francih;o,
POHH'AltDIXa AXI COMMISSIOX
Specitl f-tcihiies for and iiarucuhr attention ad to
consignments of Island produce. 3
No. m Fort Sr.,orrosiTt: Pantheon Staolfs.
HOOT AXl SIIOKMAKP.K. ItOOI'S AXit
Shoe matte to 01 iter,
Of heat material at reasoiablc prices, and foi cash, a
TTOLLISTER & Co.,
WllOLfSALK AND UbTAIL
JiltViWISTS AXD TOIIACCOXISTS.
No. 59 Nuuanu street. Honolulu, H, I.
No. i3 Nuuanu Strert, Honolllu, II, I.,
Practical Plumbers, Gas-Jitters
Particular attention paid to the fitting up of the
spring tick! lias Machine.
HotrlSthrkt, Homoluiu, H. I.,
DEALEIl iy LAMISS AXl)
Vent's Shoes and Co iters,
Try my store, after one transaction jou will be sure
to coinea;ain. Repairing done to order. Formerly of
QJAMUEL AND ALBERT BRAY,
Nu. 4. MRkciiANT Strpkt, Hovolult, II. I.,
(Ol KJS1TE SAILOR'S HOME.)
C US TO M BOOT A XI) SIIO E
Good work; low prices. Repairing t'one with neat
ness and dispatcd.
P H. OEDING,
Express and Drayman.
Freight, Packages, and Uaggage delivered to nnd from
all parts of Honolulu and vicinitv. Careful at
tention paid to 1110 v ins Furniture, uith
WAGONS KXPKKSSLV FOR 1HK PURPOSE
Telephone 86 ; residence 135 Punchlxiwl urcvi.
Office 86 King street. io6-lf
CHE HOPP& Co,
37 Maunakea street,
CARPHNTF.R AND rURNlTURE DEALER.
Houses built and the repairing of houses attended ta
1 erms moderate. iti-iy
PHILLIPS & Co.
illi.l WholfMiile Urnlrr In Vlothlnu, HooIm,
Shoes, Hats, Mens'. Furnishing Goods,
Fancy Goods, etc.
No. 11 Kaahumanu street.
VAHl'KXTKK ! Ill' I hit Kit.
All kinds of jobbing promptly attended to.
Telephone Ny. 130, Williamson's Hspiess Office.
Shop No. 14 Kins street. 108
Ulscasesof Hordes and other onicMicaled A'dniaU,
treated In the mt practical and Mrieutlfic manner.
PISKASKS Of TUB "OOF A SfM-KLT.
Uev'ideiM-e i port street. Honolulu, where nil orders
left will receive prompt attention. j-tv
- F. WOLFK,
HONOlVLV, II, I ,
UHOCKHY, IK Kit AXO VMiriSIOX
Would like hstuls of fsmllies, lloardinglmUK keeper
and others 10 know lhal he at all lUuel sells at puces
lowest of the low. Orders solicile.1 an.l goods prompll
delivered In any tn of the city or suburbs. Number
1., Kln Stret. bemeen Alakea and r'wl bis. 51 6111
-VXTILLIAM O. SMITH,
No. 83 MKUCHANT STREET, HONOLULU,
Sugar Plantatioa, Railroad, Telephone and other
Corpoenuoo ssoens. Bonus sne mwiuis
MCUriwa isouans SSU MIIU SN1
Commission. Monty loaned
oa Stock Securities,
Honolulu, 11. L, Octolcr isi, 1 88 j.
ASTLB k COOKE,
' No. Bo, KINOSISSXT, HONOLILI, II. I.
lsklpp.ni mhsI t'ummUefoit Mrrrhuiilt,
Importers and Dealers la
TK llilchcock k (jswpany'. Haiiutton. ,
Th. Alesandcr A tlald.in Ptamalion.
SI IlklUvail m Wulj PtalilllUttl-
A II. bmiih & Company, Koloa, Kauai.
J. II. Alexander, Haiku. Maul.
'Its. Haiku buyae Cosiusvuy.
'its. Kuisslaausar Coespany.
of Bast FrantUce.
ot oel on.
A OCNUINE LIT-Ail.U wasployuscntt
a.r. Tyssosa.' txaanW esfcst ha.. U-
' " dsWiBssWXskllcTv
Tkfl UttlaNI MsMaWtffl CSMUUf
Ik ITssssi7TsslsWsssdsiisi aad.
Mantificttirer and Ilealrr In all IctnJl of
SADDhKJtr it- IIAHXE8S
Order from the other Inlands promptly attended to.
Corner Fort and King Streets, Honolulu, II, I,
HARLES T. GULICK,
AOKKT TO TAKK AcKNOWLRDGMPf T4 TO t.AttOR
GRNt-KAI. HUSINHSS AGKST.
Office In Mackee's Block at corner Queen And kaahn.
nunu pitreets, llonoliiln i-iy
Tin, t'irf-, ittut Sheet Iron Worker.
I'lumUng, gas fittlnc and all work tn my line promptly
Attended to. lerms moderate,
Rememher the address, oppimte the Police Station,
54 King street. tan-Cm
O J. LEVEY & CO.,
Wholoftnlo and Retail Grocero,
r a 1 it i.i.
a , ct run iiiecii iioiioiuui.
Freh p-ocerle and provision of all kind on hand and
recetsed rrstilarly from l.urope find America which
will be sold t the lowest market rales,
Guihls delivered to any mrt of the city free of charge.
Hind orders olici ted nnd irompt attention will Iks
glen to the same. na.iy
M King ttreet,
Dealer In evejr dcorlptlon of BOOTS
Ladlei and Gcnt' Fine Wear a Specialty,
TJOSTON BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
C. IKW'KK & la ,
Agents for the Hawaiian Ulands. i
lIIILADELPHIA BOARD OF UNDER
C. PRJiU'IiK 6- Co..
Agenti for the Hawaiian Iilandi. i
NION MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
of San Francisco.
cAsrt.n cooki:, Aonxrs.
HAMBURG-MAGDEBURG FIRE INSUR
ance Company of Hamburg,
Building, Merchandise, Furniture and Machinery
Insured against I ire on the most favorable terms. 1
FORTUNA GENERAL INSURANCE COM
pany of Berlin,
K A SClfAKFr.fi 6- Co., AGRXTS.
The aboe Insurance Company, lias established a
General Agency here, and the undersigned, General
Agents, art: authorized to take risks against the dangers
of the beat tit the most reasonable rates and on the
mot favorable terms.
TDREMEN BOARD OF UNDERWRITERS.
F. A. SCffAr.fTJi iVtV, Agtnts.
Alo agents for the
Dresden Board of Underwriters.
Vienna Board of Underwriters.
For the Hawaiian Ulands.
GERMAN LLOYD MARINE INSURANCE
Company of Berlin,
F. A. SCHAEFER 4 Co., AGRXTS.
Tlie above Insurance Company lias established a Gen
eral Agency here, and theabowktgucil. General Agents,
arc authorized to take Risks against the dangers of the
hcas at tlie most reasonable tales, and on the most la
SCHWEIZERISCHE LLOYD RUCK VER
sicheruugt Cesellschaft of Wintertliur.
. HACKrEl.U - C.u AGKXTS.
Capital of tlie Company .. .francs 5,000,000,000
'I lie Agents of tlie abqve Company, for the llawaiiln
IsUnds, are preuarcd tu injure UiiildinKS, Furniture,
Merdiandite and Produce. -Macliiner). etc., also Sugar
and Kice Mills, and vessels In tlie harbor, againtl loss
or damage hy fire, on the most favorable terms. 1
RITISH FOREIGN MARINE INSUR-
ance Company. (L.imfted)
THRO. ff. DAPfES, AGEXT.
The above agent has rcceKed Instructions to re.
duce the rates of Insurance between Honolulu nnd
Ports In the Pacific, and is now prepared to Issue poll
cics at the lowest rates, with n iecial reduction on
freight per steamers. I
HAMBURG-DREMEN FIRE INSURANCE
F. A. SCHAEFER & Co., AGEXTS,
I he ato e firm ha ing len aipiinted agents uf this
company am pripared to injure t. aganist fire on
Stone and Urick buildings and on Mercliandue stored
therein, on tlie mot favorahle terms, lor particulars
apply at their ofUcc. l
ORTH. GERMAN FIRE INSURANCE
Company ol HamDtirgr.
ff. ftACKFELD V Co, AGEXfS.
Capital nnd Rcurte, . .. , Keictuniark 8,830,000
their Keinsurance companies, - 3 5,000, woo
The Agents of the aloo Company, for the Hawaiian
Iklands, are prepared to Insure Ituildings, Furniture,
Merchandite and Produce. Maclduen'. etc., aUo bucar
and Rice Mills and vcts-nclsln the harbor, againtt loss
or damage by fne, on the mot favorable terms. t
TRANSATLANTIC FIRE INSURANCE
Company of Hambunr.
. HACXFELD cV CV., Agmtt.
Capital and Rerc .. Keichsnurk 6,000,000.
their Retnurancc Comian'ic 101,650,000
Total . Relchsmat k 107,630,000
tlie Agents of the aboe Company, forth Hawaiian
Ulatid, are prepared 10 insure Huilding, Furniture,
Merchandise and Produce, Machinery , etc, also Sugar
and Rice Mills, and escls In the harbor agahut los
or damage by fue, on the most favorable term. I
UTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ol New Yore.
II IIOEK & Ct., AGKXTS,
lMVuml, Snfeml mill mo Kroiiomlcttl l.lfr
Inturniirr Cunit'iniu In III II orlil,
CASH ASSETS OVER $90,000,000.
For further inforinatlon ronccrninir the Cumtaany.
and for rales tif Ituurance appl lu the Agents, or to
J, K, Wiienun, .SJicuing Agent. I
(LONDON AND PROVINCIAT,
l'lr Iuursios Cu.
(I ltnilc.1 )
Kubmrrlbnl fiijWill .... $3,1100,000
The abosi Company lave now sslablished an agency
, heie, and are iiseijarcd to lake rikt on mi-
erl ui every ussciiikkmi wiiiuii mesv
I. T. WATKltllOHSE. Jr..
1 06-3 m
THE LIVERPOOL AND LONDON AND
Globe Insurance Company,
MS!IO'& Co., AGENTS.
VnHmllnl l.lntUUu MorkkoliUr.
Assets...,,. ... ... ..li.a,ie
Reserve.. . . . .jss.s
iNcnua rux tin'
ss.niMm r.rlwd after deduction of re
tnaurance, . t.l.aM
Lotos, prumpily adutlcd and paid here. 1
BW ENGLAND MUTUAL LIFE INSUR
anc uosvoaay M ssoMoa.
CA riS & COOKS, ACSXTS,
TIm AM! Pur!; Msstiul LUc Isswhwc
CtHeSBAay M UM UssMM WsUM.
fssifriea luift sa furmriMr Ttrm
axAurix or fcox rosrtiTi'ax hah
Insured aae 11 ear-oruary We plan t
1 Anemal eoasluas canthjiies rf
a Assfsd IsmsswUsss, oosHMMie) rOBtj
a Aasssisl ,nHisn naljmtoM
i AasssSal assasisssaaa ssssssyssi, rfi
LSbSbM IiivU MhCMHflH HsSsIAMMsI
TT W. SEVERANCE,
31ft Caiifoknia Sr (Csl., (Room No, 4 )
HAM'AIIAX COXSVI. X COMMISSIOX
TTARNDBN A Co.
117 & 119 Market Sr , San Francisco,
1tP.XP.lt A t, PVIXVHAstSO AOP.XTS AXt
('mmtttlon Merehantn. 1
CRANK H. AUSTIN A Co,
Orptcs No. aoCAitronwu Stuirr, S. P.,
fjnuitsHtox Aai:.rs .t pint tr.i .-
Consignments from the HiwAunn Ishnds desired
The best prices warranted and sales guaranteed 4
CHARLES BREWER A Co.
; Ktlnv SmritTf McrtTON,
AOP.XTS OP ItAltAllAX PACK P. IS,
(tenetat eomnttloii Ayrntm,
Secial attention giten tn the purchasing of goods for
me pawaitan iraue. rreiani m lowest rnte.
PIANOS AND ORGANS I
10,000 Pianos t f.ouo Organs! fttneliatf; bu of the
ininiuaciiirers: irom 10 tooo; casn, rent,
or IntatlMenls catalogues free.
.ANIIHELL, corner Market and Poell, San Frsn
cisco. 9 j
For country mcrclunt, and mining comiiniet and gen
end Contmis.lon Merchant. Insurance eflecied m
romI comKiiie, attouct rate,.
Iljjlrr 40," 1'ionl Mi-rrt, Mil Vninrlnro, Vnl.
QALMER & REY,
SCOTCH TYPE FOUNDERS.
The largest and only complete T)p" Foundry and
i-riniers arenouse on tne racinc unusi
105 and 107 LeldesdorrT and
39 Commercial streets,
SAN FKANCIbCO, CL
e keep on harwl the largest stock of American Tanc)
1)1 eser kept on this coast, together with a
movi complete stock of Miller & Rich
ard Scotch Type ; and can
furnish, at slwrt notice,
Anything In the Printer line,
from a I tod kin to a C)hnder Press, U'e have a large
stock of new ami second hand Printing Presses of
nllm.tkesnnd sires. We are sole agent fur
CimplcU's Chnder Presses, Cottrcll nnd
llabcock Presses; also Peerless, Clip.
per, Jewel, Gordon and Wadi
WASHINGION HAND PRESSES;
new Jlaxter steam engine, whkharejuu the thing for
j inters Tuerk Water Motcrs, Gem Paper Cutlers,
and a full line of Sanborn's bookbindeis'
OUR FIDELI1Y ROLLER COMPOSITION
and Peerless Irinting Inks are considered the best In
use. Have jou used our Perfection plates?
Theysate editorial work and composi
tion, and therefore save moncj,
jtTSENI) FOR OUR CVTALOGUE
Rkvicmbeh No house on this coast can compete with
us in quality of goods.
Chicago (itTtce 178 Monroe street.
INVKsI.MKNl AND AOI'-VCV
Compan), (Limited )
On Fitst -class Securities, for lone or short periods.
. Apply to W. I- tlKKl.N, Manager r
Office Queen Street, oer O. V. Macfarlane ft C0.-481I
-IX7AILUKU POI FACTORY,.
WAiLUku, Maui, II I.,
Ural Oimllly of I'n lilt 3litnifiirtnrrtl fuii-
Htttnlly. All orders filled with dimtch
B E. II. DaUey.
OTEL STREET MARKET.
EIK 11. WALKE It, Proprietor,
PRIM!! MKATS, PORK and VEAL, ON HAND
AND TOR SALU DAILY, between il.'e
hours of $ until n a. tn. and a p. m.
N. Ih Customers calling at the Maiket can le stip-
isiru HticTiiouu, 11 mi u cm ret 1.
Tetciihotits No. s6.
ENGLING & Ca,
'I be subsnibers finding their previous sjuce lolalljr In
adeouate to cany on their Urge!) increasing
business, found it necrvsar) to enlarge
their blorr, tn order ta facilitate
the sliowmg of an tin- g
nien-w tock ef
RANGES, STOVES, TINWARE.
iSiK'CU'vl attention Is udlcd to the following
tL.1 ........,... t. I t
NfcVV I'AKAtSON KANCKS.
Suitable for plantation use, the celelsrsled "NIMI'.LK
srOVb" end "HAIIV WAV KANl'.L.
set In h-tick, wlih v water attachments t Copiicr Ui
ers, cf every deKTifllon, nude to order 1 Iron
l'ipini( all sliei Lead liie, Iron and
tirass i.usxsauu nittns; also
A asw atyla at Sawlssg Motor.
It Is not nctcvary la enumerate our srotkof TIN
WAKfc, asweate preparea 10 supply every
ailttle in lU trade, an.1 al fKICLS
TO hUir niK IIMLM.
II. & Co. iliank lliclr tsslions (or the liberal suupuct
acnirdcd llien duiin the Ud fuur ears, an.1 al I he
sail. ttiu. wouiu state livtl luey sue iwiw in . ueusr
se would slate lhal luey are ww In a belter
lhan eier to esKuie oiJsis In tbelr Iiimis trade.
Orders front the other Islands Mled and prumpily
EADTHISI THE UNDLKSlf.NEP HAV.
iiuraiade cetiain Improvements In the arraHiie.
tnenl a.l cuiMraclkm of elites and Ai' space, for
Meant IkaUrs.luth erTects a conddcraU. ioi(;of
rusk Is wilbna to guaranie. all week eiarusied to mm.
M a SAMUkL HAhRlbON
Adires E. Oakley, 147 Queea is. to
ism. Aussmr . sxisss
WILL HAVE CHAROE OK MV HUSINLfWi
purvi( asy absence from the Islands.
E. V. ADAMS-
Honosuhi, November it. iWa.
jariCK.-K. C. DAKK, is MtRCIIANl-S
PI Ka.aenev.. hsfas oats' irtfresied Aasai Uf Use
fetseTsis lejsain7iy VrVa4Mv,faS us
WBSvt WM SWSM fl M Ste SSSs VSsSw t
ai Tiir old sTasd tfUMnfii s laa-
SHEET IRON WORKER,
I'l.UMIIlNC IN ALL, ITS IIKANCUUS.
Artesian Well Pipe all sites.
Stoves and Ranges
Uncle Ssm, Medallion, Klchmond, lip top, Palace
Mora, May, Conteif, Crand Prhe, New WIval,
Opera, Derhj, Wren, Dolly, C)psy, Queen,
I 'tins), Army Kanges, Mnijna Chsrts,
thick, Superior, Msgnet, Osceola, AU
meda, ncirpsr, Charter 01r,
Nimble, !nwool and
GALVANIZED IRON and COPPKR POILKRS
TOR RANGHS, CRANlTi: IRON WARF.,
NICKEL PLATr.I) AND PUVIN
Galvanized Iron water Pipe, all sizes, and
laid 011 at lowest rates, also cast Iron
Lead Soil Pipe.
Ufouso Furaiahinrc Goodi, all kinds.
All sizes snd grades. Lift and Force Pumps. Cistern
Pump, Oalvanled Iron, Sheet Copper and
Sli'tt Lead, Lead Pipe, Tin Plate,
Water Closets, MArble stats
and bowls, enameled
ciia.ndelii:rs, lamps and lanterns
No. S3 Kino Strfkt.
PRIVATE mvnLI.lNG.HOUSE.-large 4nd com
modioli outbuildings, ttcf free water; good locality.
COTt'AOLS In the mot central part of citj ; also on
I URN1S1IF.D ROOMS on Emma street, and in
other parts of the city and suburb.
FCRNISHLIJ ROOMS on King street, three mhy
utes Mall, from fKAtoflice, Luh and eery coneni
encr. - ALWi
A FEW SIALIC m stsble on King street, centtal
AID llAKKNTINK SI l.A,
OoltUu Gato Extrts rnmlljr and
Case. IIKAWN. Cases I1AC0N,
Cases Will ITAKKK. SI Alt HAMS,
ll.LCS 01' IIAV,C, ta
Just to liand, and for sale by
iM if BOLLES ft: CO.
OTICB TO THE PUBLIC
Just arrived b) barkenline Llla, fmm San lanclsc.t
a CAUHIAOK IIOKSIS,
3 aKKIARr, .MAKUS,
I VI'.RV FINE STALLION,
One ter) line 11uroiiehhred W I.L, 4 learsold ; one
half T.rscv and
'urtiaiu I one
Fine IjClllle MILCH COW, lialf Jersey- and half Dur.
Nille MILCH COW, Iiair Jerse)- an
...I A. ...... An. ISITlKAS, ,-iiU1
ham, and one sery fine DUkllAil COW, all of which
I, WI.M ul
are lor sale.
Apply personally to me, or by letttr tliruuch 1. O.
0s34J.Ilou1.lulu. J. N. WKU.HT.
jUTBW SHOP AT
is Kln( street,
Blaokatuttaiac ssmd Oarrlsvi Kbssb.
r u. Murray, Mam.er,
Horses proni4ly shod. In the besl manner; Carriage
painlins by coinoctent aorkmen. Ir) mir new
s7ki, two doors from MaunaVea street.
, , ii-'y
nnHE STATE INVESTMENT ,
rirts stud MarUs Isutsrao Ooiyr
llaibif established an ajency here, 1 be undersigned U
aulhoilml lo Mcepl rika I j.msi
1'uu pn 1U-IL.W .,
AaniU Kfiil ve I'tMll, Clfl, ihnUmliu, U,
losses prMrtlsailiustcd and pasabie here. Tcreu
LUraL " (ii.) K. W. LAISty
-.. l... .;. y .- iV r
nnllE PACIPIC MUTUAL
LirE DMURAMCK OSMCFAStY
Desire 10 call Ike particular aiuntkatof everybody to
. THUS .
10NTINE l,NVBSrIKNr IOLH.IES, -
WbUh cMaiatsi lU " InditpgiiijUe Jm4 C ,
Vm Uum 0444 oC WMmm '
AU-iTuK lttMi EHUtr lMpv,s sikk.
sua tfliw4t vi;::
ThL. Is tdxmot th minrriUriiik
tUU ti M44f VM, aWwl faw SSttttMSw ft
-s " i" rintt tifatiaartir asm! SUkm va a
ssBmSra S '.I eseessswm evss bbbskj, pen j
t MktMg lAa, msejel-a ab A
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