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.v wrwrm $5.00 itu i Hwi
K-j I Jt a. bvoMimi tn iM rfeailttMtm.
.bttCEMBEK Ij. .,
r- m'trvrf iti.nrriiiv.
A ekrtkm time npiwcxu he, all wtiu
rttwe property inter! at rtake, all who
by rwwcm of their Hawaiian n.itivitv, or
u acquires! prvfcrcnt c for thcc tland.
a rre of sojourn, in fact all who
wish for rcapectahic government ami
arc CjMUtt Of nnderstanding ihc actual
ritvmm'W thin, Uin to reel the
iwctswitf f a ferr and intelligent Icgw
btthre rcranesentatiun 'lo this end
there arc rnnilidates who have lieen
rotted forward, who i an tll-afTurd, irc
cunurtl), to ncglcrt other buine of
more private nature, i nc t.mcs ntetl
their service, and it i pleasing not
only to find such respontiing to the tall
of rlun. but to note also that the tint it-.-
roter has lcroine more appreciative of
me neresMiy ot sending men aa icprc
aenlaties that arc known to tie true to
the interests of the nation and whose
intelligence is also recognized. A large
majority of the districts arc crying out
for independent men, rfml men wlto
are intellectually iiualificil to rope with
thenjsions nhkh they wish to see
HrtrttltetL With the misses the unpop
ularity of the present administration
was hever more apjwrcnt than it is
now. So tnanifeatl) has this hecn the
juw in nearly all the other districts,
that candidates who are rcall) " gov
ernment men " have been necessitated
lo declare their independence and disa
vow their proclivities to bolster up
those to whom they are. looking for pap
It seems er gcnerdly realized among
the unlives that a great deal hinges
ttson the doings .of the coming legisla
lire session and that it is neceasarj to
their own good as well as that of the
nation, thai men s)ial lie there who arc
competent to anal) ate and feadess to
eioc. They seem tired of soft words
and broken promises, and manifest a
general intention to reject the proffer
of wind) oratory from place hunting
demagogues, in lieu of common hon
esty and coinrrlon sense. Not that
go eminent satellites have been more
remiss than usual in their efforts to
secure the Jfav or of the voter; but that
the voter is now beginning to rcnliic
how often and how grievously he has
lieen fooled. 'JTie government party
hate for some time ast been busily
engaged in the political field, using all
kinds of inducements, and occasionally
threats, to influence the natic mind.
All kinds of misrepresentation has been
used to induce a distrust of reall) inde
lientlent men, but happily, so far as
can lm discerned at the present writing,
with nearly nugatory results. To de
feat the election of men whom free
lunches and free wine and coin will
not buy, has doubtlessr been a long and
grave study of that ruling man who
holds on to his jiortfolios with the gripe
of death and despair, and as if he
would onl) release them for the grave.
Unable to inspire love b) his broken
professions of kindness and affection,
and unable to gain the respect of any,
his last resort has !ccn the use of his
various offices to inspire fear. To this
end, those who might tunc an influence
at elections and who hire held subser
vient oltices, have been dismissed, to
give place to sycophants, while these
in turn have been instructed to use
their offices to secure the election of one
of thclr own kind. The konohiki, in
certain instances, has, under the guid
ance of this policy, lecn threatening
the tenant with a curtailment of his
privileges in regard to the pasturage
of his stock and in various other wa)s
unless he consents to vote the govern
ment ticket. Even sheriffs and district
justices, have in certain instances, in
dicated to the voter their intention of
making their offices felt In Honolulu
the ranks of the olunteir soldiery have
been largely increased, no doubt with
an ce to the coming elections. Hut it
remains to be seen, how far such ties
potic tendencies will be effective in
securing the results sought, and whether
the intelligence and courage of the
uter arc to be crowded down by this
empty array of jwwer which he and be
alone should control.
in L i i i 1 1 1 .
' roiirvni'Kii: i.ijiioi:.ith.:
The most creditable of King Kala
kun's recent public acts has been his
firm support of the continuance of Por
tuguese immigration, in opposition to
the lukewarm policy of his ministers.
Katly this week the king urged upon
the cabinet more prompt action. As a
result, Minister (Julick concluded .1
conditional agreement with Mr HofT
nung whereby four steamers were to lie
rent heic with Portuguese during the
incoming )oar two to be sent in an)
event; and the two others provided (lie
sale of bonds for the purjwses of imnii
gration went on. On 'I hursda), how
ever, Mr. Uoffhung was informed that
the agreement must not be considered
as binding until action on the question
of mandamus -in the matter of the
issuance of bonds for other than United
States 'gold or its equivalent, now ieiul
nig was finally decided. It will he a
serious blow to the progress of these
islands if I'ortugusc immigration lie
broken ofC We trust that it will not
lc and thatstrictly legal means Ik:
found for carrying it onwhich is, wc
know, wliat its promoters and best
One of the latest experiments in
rendering clothing waterproof is lieing
made by the Uelgian government for
its army uniforms. Liquid alumina is
ciaploycd Physicians say that the
i process docs not prevent perspiration
from passing off freely, and washing
does not destroy the waterproof quality
of the goUds. The process is, how
ever, quite expensive. So to treat the
uniforms of our own "mounted Klicc "
would Ifsvalmost extravagant.
Dr. John C Peters, of :hc Columbia
Veterinary College, New York, thinks
that thcscarlctfewr, which now attacks
both horses and human ltcing, can I
prevented by inoculation. Tlit idea,
as applied to humans, is ti no means a
new one, but las not been generally
Rc-vaccinailon U now jnade com
pulsory upon all students admitted into
French colleges, and is said to reduce
variola to an inconsiderable minimum.
tiii v i iwi s i is
I h. tml of the mind units i .,
against the miniter of finamc lie
gin at 10 n'llotk ycstirdiy morning
Itcforc the ruufcellor, ihe defendant
demurring to the petition upon the
ground that the alleged interest oOthe
plaintiffs in the matter as tax payer
and resulcnts was not sufficient to
allow them to bring such an action
The conn promptly disposed of this
objection, saying that the ministers
we.v rtrrerti) responsihie to the prairie,
and that if tat payers might not inter
vene to prevent official wrong doing,
there would be practically no remedy.
'1'he case then proceeded upon its merits.
It need not lie said that this proceed
ing is of great importance to this com
mmdtv. Ko one need deprecate an
investigation of this kind llw de
tbion alwre reported lap down the
principle that i itirens may call the gov
ernment to account in the com is. If
a government or government otroials
are afraid of a judicial examination into
their acts, it onl makes the necessitv
of such an examination all the stronger
u they resent an inquiry, it shows that
the) do not understand their osition
as senants of the public If the
course of the executive is sui h that it
cannot bear a judicial investigation, the
sooner the public know it the better
that the) nwi) act accordingl). We
may not, at present, comment iqion the
merits of the case. The plaintiffs
charge that the minister of finanre is
about to issne lionds for 4t.?o,ooo under
the loan act of 1882, (which express!)
forbids the issuing of bonds below par
and fixes American gold coin as the
par standard), the consideration of
which is 260,000 half dollars, worth
alwut fori) cents each in American
gold, anil allege that such an issue for
such consideration is an issue at less
than par , and ask that the minister of
finance ma) lie ordered not to unkc
such issue. The defendant claims as
near as wc could judge from his answer,
that such issuing is not below par. The
granting ot the mandamus is another
triumph for reform.
11 s;: .i. oriii.-ttirisr.
Yesterday afternoon it was announc
ed that the "Gazette charter case" had
been decided against the minister of
the interior. The points of Justice
Austin's decision will be given next
week This is a victor) for fair play in
the government's relations with the
business of the community.
A local reference in this issue,
complimentary to Road supervisorllart,
suggests sryrcr editorial comment. The
Press believes Mr. Hart's supervisor
ship of roads to lie honest and public
spirited, so far as faithful attention and
a desire to oblige the public goes.
Hut Mr. Hart is not workinc intelli
gently and is working wastcfulry. We
nave suggested as much before and
shall hereafter treat this subject at
When the xdvcrtiser, was sold, an
independent platform was announced.
Its subsequent course miy be fairly de
scrilicd as " Independent with a bias."
1'he gentleman with an Australian his
tory is about as itulctcndcnt as as a
tly in a syrup jug. .
When the public comes to realize
that the Advertiser is not independent.
but belongs, bod) and breeches, to Mr.
Gibson, it will understand belter the
significance of the Advertiser's a count
of last Mond.i)'s meeting. Apparentl)
it means deliberate falsification of Tacts
to suit its ends. It is well to know this
in time. Forewarned is forearmed.
lst Monday's meeting was not a
large one. The independent among
the natives are evidently not )et
thoroughly aroused. It is not )et near
enough the great event for the average
native voter to become thoroughly en
thused. Yet those present last Mon
day looked as if they meant business.
The intrusion of a hired clacque
like that headed last Monday night by
Mr. Kaulukou and tailed by Mr. Webb
was an impertinence that in .some
countries would be met by something
less soft than words.
They need )ou Ion at Auckland's Itaj,
Sweet Mr. Webb, and utiaj:
" Majlup 'tit Ixjt you Heal away
Twcrc Utter that than something we
CouliPsjwrc ourselves lew caiil)."
And by the way, Mr. Webb wrote a
letter to Chamberlain J udd,' recently;
one cannot help wondering if it has
I?cn the administration organ
noticed the inefficiency of the police at
the hand concerts this week. " Hood
lumism in Hawaii, liorn of licensed
whiskey selling, is fostered by lax iwlice
administration," said an C)c and ear
witness of a recent " outside perform
ance " at Emma Square.
fc, Naughty rumor has it that the gov-
ci mucin nas ueeu issuing on jr cent,
call bonds tnyahlc "when the taxes
come due " Is it true gentlemen of
the Vposition ?
II I II II III! I
The cable railway connecting the
foot of Market Street, San Francisco,
with Golden Gate Park, has been ex
tended by a steam railway to the foot
of the bluff at the Cliff House. The
new raid crosses the iiark, pssing
under the great driveway.
"wji 11 1 11 1 1
Ex Senator Hlaine want the intrrnal
revenue tax taken off whiskey and
tobacco, and the states allowed to tax
those-articles as they please. Senator
Morrill of Vermont wants the surplus
revenues of the United States invested
tn a good navj.
Senator Edmunds of Vermont is pre
jwring a iwsta! telegraph bill, aiming at
the construction of national lines radi
ating from the capital of the United
States to the great commercial cities;
and from Jtatc capitals to all important
An inqwrtint decision has been ren
dered bv the United States Secrctarv
of (he Interior, Teller, to the effect that
surviving mothers of soldiers killed in
the rebellion are entitled to pensions.
A juiy panel drawn from citizens of
the several states Is advised by the
United State Attorney-General, tn
cases of national importance.
IfrwiMw Ilujchard, of the United
Suiia Mwn, thiok trade dollars ought
to Ik: rcdihwnc'd at im.
rnmm roil -tnr.it
It ! lighl Ihnt Itf-n mhntlt I hr t..W
I.ivt 'IntMijr ihr fill.mnj! pcinlon
pi niftt i'i 1 hnccil"t JihM if ihi- iiprrmr
I irt. In (i iuihinu( Mcnr. , k t aide,
s II ttiilr tml W. t). Smith, for nl nf n
.tamus -ncKin.t til l"t J.n M Kiptrto. Mm
Wrr ol rraance.
Th pihitn of the nmlrfMigni!, prltiloaen
nuwi . 1 nsi yoor pvuiHHMrs fe latpiiyers,
otlrm anil reiMen nf Itonnlnltt in ihe Itlamt
f Otim and wch irtMtnlt, cKttetis ami las
tayri are pecnniarly inttrteil ami concerned
in the neveml matlrrs nl thiipi hrreliMner
Mtt and net forth,
Thai yHir prtilkM en are informed and he
lieie and o arer In their informalhm ami
Iwltrf that fits t'sivlletcy Jin M. Kapcnu.
Minntet f I Inance, defendant hereto, has
cauwd to lie prepared and is now abnm In
iMoeeertain rmiwn tnl of Ihe Hawaiian
lorernim.nl to the amount of One Hun
ilrol and Thltir Thmuamt liltata hearing
interval payal'lr enn annualljr ai I hi iali .f
s per CiM. per annum, trie saM Iwmls ruins
by thelc tenor payable, principal and intereo
in I mied Stale goht ruin or it erailem
And your petitkineri farther aer that the
bonds afornakl purnntt to be tamed under
ami by authority of ihc innhiona of an act
entitled "An Act to autnorae a national loan
and lo dehne lo what uw neh loan ahall Iw
derolcd, npn?veil on the fifth da) of August,
A. I.t xSSr.
That the Md Mlnlntrr uf Finance is about tn
iuc wild bonda bckiw par and to reecho
therefor Mler eo n of lew than equivalent!
mihi fi wniiKi ismCT nim twiw, inat ia to
j for silver cofna whiih are only almnt
eighty two cent of the value of Unltel States
That it i die duty of the said minuter of
finance to iwae mhI bonds only at par and
tinon receipt of their equivalent value in
United Mates gold coin.
That it is the tittht of your petitioner as
uch taxpayers at n?oreaid tlmt there lie no
mimpplication of the ibllc nioncv-s whcresii
tlwisxieof the aforesaid Iwnd for less than
par ss aforesaid would ooerate a a ini&imilica.
tion of the public moneys and thereby injure
Ihe iVtilioncrt at citirciis and lsxier. nrnt
mat nj ieaon 01 ucn iwue 01 me Immls alorc
said at lc than r as aforennid the public
good and ailmlnitlrallon of julicc would suffer.
wrai )-our petitioners lurtlur aver that the)
have reiiuetcl the said minUter of finance
not to issue said IwmU at Icm tlian irn a
afotesaid, Utt that he refines and neglects to
conijuj kiwi .ucii nicir resiKinable reiiucst.
ltor.r.. .i.f .ittia. ...... .1 . .
f.. ..v.viu.v juhi iiitiuni-is 'ia mm a vni
mamlamu do Lwue out of tin honorable
court requiring the said imnitt.r of flinncc
10 accept lor mich Iwmls only United Mates
cold com or Its.enuivalenl and not to.srrrrtt
uirieiur me snvir coins aiotciiii, ami not to
iwue sucn uonila cteept tor the r value in
Unitetl State gold coin or Us equivalent and
for sueli further and atipropnitc relief as ius
lice and teuton renin re ami to our lionnr
sii-111 sctm ineci.
And jour petitioner will ever pra),
Wiliiam K. I'astii.
rs. 11. Doit.
Sam-orii 1!. Dotr,
WllLlAM O. SMI1II.
Judge Jtitld issued the reiiuired order. Hut
hearing was wloned from 1 p. m. Tliursila
to 3 r. t. of that tin and again till 10 A. M.
On the caw being called jesterday morning,
Mr. Neumann opened ihc argumcnt uHin a
motion to vacate the writ. The groumU he
took were : That the interest of the petition
ersis taxpayers was nut such direct pcrional
interest. "i muvt exist toauthuriseaprivatcpcrwn
to coerce by mandamus a public officer to do
his ilut) and that the cojrts should not coun
tenance a ummtr) proceeding such a this
was, unless It appears that the application is
made in good faith for the benefit of the com
munity and not to promote a imlitical cabal,
espcciall) where the results would necesvinl)
involve great detriment to the people. He
emphasized the-fact tint, though the proposed
action of the minister, which ihe law presumes
to be within the line of hi dutj, was a matter
of public notoriety through new spaper discus
sion, the petitioners did no: attempt to obiain
a juricial constmction of Ihe loan Act before ;
but, aftirthe government had receivcd$i3o,oco
ami in honor and law was hound to deliver
therefor an equivalent in lionds, at the laH
hour the) go into cojrt under the guise of pal.
riotic taxpi)crs and attempt to force the
government vituall) to repudiate ils obliga
tion to the tarnishing ofils honor and absolute
loss of lis credit. .Mr. Neumann closed b)
chiming that it was "a sound discretion
which the court would exercise, in such case
instituted under such circumstances shoninr
aS absence of good faith, to dismiss the pro
ceedings when the writ of mandamus was
After Mr. Xeumann, Mr. llartwcll spoke
against granting the demurrer. He said that
the prevailing American authorities support
the right of iaxpa)ers to intervene in matters
of this kind. The arcument of Mr. Xeumann
tliat the attorney general was the only one
authorized to bring such suits, when there is
no attorney general or who, if there wa,
could not I) relied on to oppose the policj of
the cabinet of. which he was a member, is vir
tually sa)ing that there is no remedy for
official wron doing. If e.ovcriiKMal action
will not stand the test of judicial investigation
this suit mean annihilation let it be known.
The sjieakcr took no such sombre v iew As
suming that the minister of finance was about
to do what he is distinct!) prohibited bv
statute from doingissiie bond for what is
neither U. S. gold nor its equivalent the
action of private citizens in attempithg lo re
strain is perfectly justifiable and no question of
good faith ought to be brought up. Mr.
Hanwcll then auoted numerous authoiitics.
The argument for the minister mtul be that
of an illegal ttep Is taken thtre is no reined).
1 ne privilege of mamlamui it for the benefit
of the people, not of ministers or the chief exe
cutive. The minister of finance is said to pur
pose to sell Hawaiian bonds which the
statute va)i shall be kuU for gold or Hi ciirKu
.j on!) -and take pj)mcnt therefor in half
dollars worth only 39 and a fraction) cents
making a net lost to the treasury of some
316,1x0 on Ihe $1:50,003 worth of bond 10 In
sold. Mr. I Ian well was careful Instate the
petitioners did not demand tint the bonds
should 1 sold only for American gold; but for
gold or ill (.juivaloit.
The judge overruled the demuner uf the de
en.lant, who then put in Us answer, to which
counsel for petitioners excepted.
A recess wat then held till one o'clock,
when Mr. A. b. llartwcll argueil llut the icluin
filed by respondent should be ordered by the
court lo l amended b) a description of the
coin proposed to 1 received for the lionds.
His Honor heard arguments v and . ami
ruled in favour nf the required amendment.
Th counsels for defence intimated that it
was pto,cil by ihe Minister to isvue. silver
half-dollars "of equal weight am) fineness
with the United Stale half dollars." .Mr Hart-
well then filed a general dchiurrcr; and argued
Ilut Ihe coin proposed to lie coined was not
th "United Stales gold dollar, r id fjiiua
The arguuuntt for ihe defense were to the
effect that the term "or its equivalent" in ihe
statute admitted the iuue of silici coin ac
cepted in Hawaiian currency u cf same value,
relatively, at the gold dollar.
His Honor decided thai iheiavincnl of ihe
jruounl of the bonds in an)thlng but United
Mates gold dollar I, or their equivalent, "at
par," would be in contravention of the law as
cspresscd in the statute la quctltun, and
granted the mandamus.
An appeal wat noted.
The Pre iloc nut trowr aijd )cl "c told
TAr IJnrrn'n lrl7.
At ihe s 1111 annual m cling, held last 1 hurt
day, of the Hoard or Trusters of the Queen'
Hospital, linn s 1, Winler was elected a
trustee 10 fill the vacancy rausrl by the death
of Mr P fl. 1 1 ill The propows! erection tf
a hospitil Iniildirti- for foreign wom, was
Psipofieil for the weient hy unanimous vote
HosioiUi.tr, Noveniber 30, 1SS3.
TV Iht irmttts tflht Qttttti's HmfiM
(ln.Mlr I have llw hrtnor tn stilnnh
ihe following report fhr the quitter emlmc
.Vnvemtrtr to, iJBj 1
The total numlier of patients at present In
th i hoaplwl r 65. vttt S llavvalbm., i
msies, 14 innaNsj, n cninese ami 10 or other
nmkmaliires s 35 pnrftig.
I He mimner of admHsfbni ilurtnc Ihe
quatier was 135, via: 01 Hawaiian, l iirtles,
io females, 32 LMtmt and 15 of eilher nition
Disehargeil no, 'via 1 55 Haw-ilttm, 40
maies, 15 temaies, 30 t. mnrse anil , or other
Deaths 14, v-ii 1 3 Hawaiian males, S
Chinese ami 4 of other miionalitin.
flic causes of deilh wre at follows . rn.
sumption J, e6llapse2, txvrl)sls , disease of
neon 1, apoptex 1, i)HH)w ever 3, sneiirlsm
1, erescipelas 1, (Mtro enteritis I
The highest number of indoor patient wat
71, lowest 40, dally avrrage (a, Numlier of
The numlier of patienlt treated in the hos
pital was as follows-: .Septcmlxr 90, Ottolier
114, November tat.
Call at the ilitpcnsary, 507. ,e namCs
entered in dlienar liook, 67.
The subject of a msslblc reiluctton in the
rates charged by the day for maintenance mid
tremment of person in indigent liruimstances
nt the hospital wat cjinettlv discutaed, and
1 special cnmmitlee aptioiiited to irpoit to the
Iward of trustees nt an calls meeting. The
committee ate Messrs. 1 1, A. Wldemann, S.
C. Damon, II. Mi), J S. W'alkir, and
1 he treasurer reported the sum of $1475. 13
in his hands.
Hi Jtui ntny ,sror.
Letters have been received from Captain
Garland, of the Morning Star, at DutJtifiti,
Septcmlier 5th. After taking the Haw'aiian
nilsslonaries from the various Gilbert Islands to
Ilutaritari, to hold there the annual meeting of
the mission, the .Star hid gone to Kusaic.
Tort) Marshall Ishndcrs were found there,
who had drifted from their homes nearly a )ear
beore and hail no means of reluming. The)
were five weeks at sea, and five died of expos
ure. The Star took tlie.ni to Kbon i and also
took Ucv. A. C. Walkuptothc annual meet
ing nt Ilutantari. Afierwards the Star was to
visit all the Marshall Islands, and then go to
Kusaic. Letters from Pontic, dated April 26,
tells of Gilbert Islanders, wlio hail drifted
from Apamama in I'ebmarv, were picked up
b) a passing sesel, and brought lo l'omapc.
There were originally three boats in the party.
Nothing had been heard of the other two.
Like those picked up and returned b) the Star
last June these Glllicrt Islanders had main
tained a decided christian character. The
American missionaries are all reported in good
According to the Svdiic) lliillctin: "The
straits to which an illustrious man mav be re
duced in Austrabi have often been a theme- of
a-.tonUhmcnt. Trequenters of the 1 hgstnff
Gardens down in West Melbourne must have
often noticed an old man with a cocked noe
and matted whisker, with greasy coat and
dilapidated pantaloons, looking wistfully lo
warcs the I!a. That was Louis Nugenll In
the Kiev cnlh Century, his ancestors were in
possession of Ihc greater part of the North of
Ireland. Ilut his empire has ii.as.sed aw a), and
the other day, when n policeman laid hand- on
him as a vagrant, it was found that the fallen
monarch was lined, not with coat and waist,
coat, but with folds of brown paper. 1 his is
the saddest fate that has as vet been chronicled
of an Irish king. Poor Louis! Instead of the
purple and fine linen which his loyal subjects
would, in other circumstances, be onl) too
happ) to wrap almut him, he has had to con
tent himself vv ilh brow n paper. Son of King
Louis, go up among"ihe six humlrcdl"
AH panics dcrirous of securing the temctfi of Portu
jccicse Contract liborert under the auriccs cf the
Ikisl of Im-nii;ralionf are insitcit to infonn the Presi
dent of llie Hoard, In st riling, al as rarly a da) as con
senient, of the number and etc of Uborcre they re
quire. CIIAS. I. r.Ul.ICK,
Mmiuer of the Interior,
And Presidcntilttttril ofliminralisu,
Office of Superintendent ol Water Works,
ItoKoivcu, July 3, 1882,
All persons liawng Water PntdeKt are notified ttist
their Watkk ItATrai are luvaUe sciiu annually, in ail-
vance, nt the oliiee of th. Superintendent of Water
Works, foes of Nuuanuu ttrrct, upon tlie rst da) of
January and Jul) ofeoclijcar C. 1I.WII.sON,
1 1 s If Superintendent Water Works.
A Successful House I A huccsslul lloul Axdl
uii InstiuKt of success in a Kelail lir) O001U uai U
atfctdnl by tin laJiu; .Milmtry llouic of Charles J
I i Jul. corner Port and 1 lotel strcelt. 'Hi. PrO rielor
Mr. risbel lias acquired ihe art of huLllnl custom. An)
!rs Good House can, by freely adi.rtistng, draw cu
tomers.ooceorli.Ke; but 10 I10M tliem, asd enjo) their
coofidttic., calls for the ex.rcbe of lad and liberality.
Goods nuilt laarLldowo and sold furliat th.)
arc: ncter mlrcpment an article. Dial is the policy
of Cturiet I 1 1A1I. mid that policy bat made ihe linn
one of the grcalesl in 111 hoe. oa Ine lerulinz iIktouzIi
fare of Hcskilula. 1'he latlmc Millinen Store of
cnaletj. tl.sel, u to Honolulu oliat Marys It lo
Nw Yotk Cluttea J. Hlhel nuj.es a tptcialt) of Mil.
Imety. t& The note U one of ih. nil.it of the city.
l-adws anil (Jeraleuten siutinj .San Iranclsro s III
find sery desirable Kurni Jicd Risunt l.n gull anj Vn
ttteol No. ijj Monlsonur) M, Cumer bush. Mrs.
T. Honey, fonrrlv of Honolulu.
Und, a UaUfchUr
HJM N lniluscuy,onikijthruuoi,toilie uifei
.. . . , HIM, .WM.
LJ OLID AY GOODS.
DILLINGHAM & CO.
Ili! auwunce ilut by Uic an I mil iSn hat
melted Urie addulons lo lUlr M,.V U lloi.li.
rhcytviMU Coll special at Icullou 111 tU Urgs tatKl)
I INK S1VI.K Pt 1.0 WAKE
talk. Uicol iW,'i, of oklth loo oKisiaiaeidl bay
itat been rccetiea,
IHinoj the I tulUayt ka (ooda !ll be out J u
Very Low Frlcaw.
IV) oJhi hate rue auonomit
I'ucx4 Jeoel Hutts,
Hibtfruvn and lee ChetM,
l-lu aod Chaude lien,
A4 ttuay NoseltM,
, h"l' ,l '"? lo "!' I-'-" tkM nKtsbit twlrf
in Itannlnlu 110 Um itth .lor nt 1-wiW,, th, of Ike
atMlrihen 10 Ihn (tml. f Irn Pi , coa Sllftf ASB
Sinn HNin (1 vAlrs, It wat soittt 18 mM a
aiArUK OS INClllsPllisVriON JnlCTta
ilwm ami 1t1.tr nnKlfi anrl mrantm nmstr llM ar
wat. iaw sM Mrtr- ol llw ISnln. SM.p mt
11, and that wh .opnlm m m cMmr
lSyrw; Bahl lt3l anri htrt IW Wlo.lnt
nnvr w th Cofapifry
lS:ihJL. ..,lanet4 9pfnc.r
kt-rvMm .... (;wrltt w. MMfatlaiM
fr"""'" Ilmty K. Matfirttn.
Snmaryaait.Vmilicr JJm KoM4
Kjtoi R U J orilrt eerittw,- tjw 'iW
OTRBUT LnTTBR DOXltS
lists hy 1 rsirp.M.1 il ilntrltmittl llimmli tk
viy ass iirv iwaruTs-in HKa -
On l.kphorw plr,iMar ihe KinatsiMt uMn, UUo
u at entranc ta Ktrotuulnrr Khaol,
Ai ih IM eorntr of UIIIm and Sclnol sirtett
,. Nortli MuiMnuarHl JiialUurr.il
" S?"t " N"u-nu arol Uclinol ni.
South NnuAnn anj IWntanla Mrwtt
Ssi Schoul ami I mms sitnt
On lterltiHita,ofioi bmmi strMt
Al lt Nwlhenrmr of llrotaitU an I I'nm:lilsl MrM
,, south K(ft(t ami Punchtio,.! strr.tt
lt ,, Hkhiias Snnii. ami Itertlanlt
At the Smith ronsw of Pumthou ami llertianlA utrtts
HitKilwsa Kill vMml ike m(, ,Uy(tn,t
SullJivf) l t o'dk, A II , nn.I o'clock, pit., by a
i,iw. nwerf.r, ami Ihtltiinsenrrlnfiollii! Post
orfteft. All liner Urn,l anil f orrisn I etlprs Ihsl arc
inptij bj uatnH will b. fersnnlnl in the malls as
rom ily as If Hie) had ls-i Irfl at lb. IVlofric
It is llisintciitiunlo prosiite more slrtet Iktsm ilnrtn
1 f?m w" Mti f'aa ",,m at all eonvenl.nl imlait
ssllhiit tsuor thrrc ntilm of the IVist offit..
ti.n.ral IVlfTicc, llonbltiln, 1) 14, iJSt.
ACCEPTADLU HOLIDAY SOU
VbNIR OF T1IH ISLANDS
(TO MAtU TO IRIFNI1S AliROAII.)
'Tributos of Hitwnllnn Vorao "
.Clias Warren Sloddsrd
I K Walker
1'iiMiihrii hu rnos. a rititirji.
Price, Co es.each, cilt nljjed ; 1 r 50 c. ,
Cnmtles, llnlilnrs, ami Oriliimmiis
" .S'rriifrt ((Ids' firif-;ilfriris '
KK ITVT1 IJ rvtVSII N. p rrisisti t-i n,. r .1
. ,,,... . - '.- -'! II I.OI IHC
V..M. C A. lit-rtliv nnmi lliiv IIIAVt l. 1.1
- ---.--, ,. ,... ...,,.. j MHU IIIOSC
or I lie Arsnc-ianort to the Comnulle or Ijidies ho no
lindly undeitmL. nnd so successful!) carried out the
riVAL liel 1 lat I liev's) I vening.
Ihe Committee enitefiill) acknonredsc Ih. kindness
or the, public nnd all ohom an) way helped to male Ihc
entetliinnicnl ihc success that It was ; ami are
narpj to slate that the net receipts ulucli amount to
aliout $7so amjil) coser Ihe immediate needs of the
,. . M If. HAM,
Chairman of 1 ntcrtatnment fominitlce.
gENSON, SMITH, & CO.,
I'lilrllrnl film niiirlit.H,
ioiu srui.i.i, HONOIULU,
1 Iqiot for
coFmckc X. KimeckEs' crtiKtiasTEn
A select stock
TOI LET . SETS.
t3" Cellulo! I llrush anj Combficls. Tft
ClTl OUVSSANl) I7ICIIF.il IIOIIMS.
"'if ! w lillr Jur llitlliliin I'i rtrtilm.
Vutimtrltm -of- rite,
, i ...0rK HsNk'or llisiioe& Co
Honolulu, II. I
C M. CARTER & CO.
a. M. CAmr.K,
. V, CKAIIAtl.
No. 82 King Street, Honolulu,
kKTAII, tiKALKkf IN
FIREWOOD, COAL AND FEED
We would IKAif) the public, and housekeeper iu tar
licular, thai e keep on hand and Tor sale, ill quantities
lo suit purchasers and at Liaeit rates, fuel, as follows;
II VKl) AND .SO IT WOOD,
Cut any lengths;
N, h'. W. NIAV CATl LE COAL.
SfO If!! COAL, ami the
cn.i:iiiAri:i) wiiumiion mink,
Tlw alma cori U ordered by l eleplione or whcrl,
anil immediate delivery guaranteed.
filVK US A CALL .. . . Telephone, No. 30
VrC AI-SO krtr IN stock
1 1 A V, O ris-Californli and New Zealand 1
UAHl.lAVW hole and grcsind t
Wll A r COKN-VV hoU and crockcl :
Ilk AN, MIHDLINOS, and other fcL
Order he above ihiouth 1 ete)hgiM No. JflJ,
AMU E WAAHT
Qntck Delivery nud Fall Weltckt
I re IWim) ta ,1 l-aii, of tl.t Ctl).
ReaneaVer, Ku. Nit Kla Street.
Taiariioaa No, wt-
' !i Aa'MiW ie K-iNCV '!KLIS.rall
"A. M Kl MS, koit uresi. it
IKuing the LrapArtry 'tWm of our. Mr. W. fi.
In. UrwnKraiwoMr, W M Ciirra.u .U al
lod lo the genual busiaes of lU tim
WM. C- JKV.IN kca
NLVVE.ST SlLK-S: ARTIMIC TVI'K ANtl
, hwxuiaoMUi. etc, ., Awutauly bewa
rWiv.4 aud uutuM e4u tW sue umosoI as.
eswd,altUlkaeliH Pn, N 6 KaAui
gAMUBl N OTT,
ImfMtM and Is.alrr In
Clrtnslfttft;, Ump, Pcn,tnts IUkWi Umm)
SL,,Vhi"1.s"le '"tsihf, llolllHt-rwuW,
M lWke Untirnti Nut IVattl, n,l
lAMelamntl trMsCliwwssi, Krllniari,
Lsatp lloMws far s(iv(.mchlfH-v
SltlVia ANII KA.NOIS- tlntl, S.m, Ihiek'.
pAirtl, Rhkimnil. K Mt IVrt, OmU,
llll AMia Al.nnlj nn
UAN'Cll toollna CArwrlly for 100
HtP.NCII RVSHIK-Por rrslanranta, ls,t,, ami
lft resiliences, ilh or witfWMt hl iter
VIrilNIOt.IS I XI. CUII.KIIV
A. Ha mwiimM of lallr. Dwelt, and 'lm
Knives and Forks t ( arms and St!, with
i late atl artMutntil ttv ImmI
"ft t M
rocket KMtre. Kamrs, Slutin, llmien hte
aitU U.liw' SrlMon, llrta,! rinltes itaiiln
rrtssch Conk Knliw, Unlclxr and Rttih
1JW Vek.tand lUtket j Office, t umli,
Ijumlrv ami Market llaslrts.
DOOKMATS-Aiwrtnl sires ami patterns
ltors llrntheta'and MrrMtn Platlnjt Wetk;
, Waler and Crenfti Pitclwrt j Inlle, Deoeti,
Nicklc mounted let Sets, in part 01 whole,
sery neat and deshaUe ; 1 lain Cooking
Ulensils in laree sarlclv.
Milk Pans. I'liddltiK and nliin llavnt. Milk
Hollers; Itlce. Jtlff, and Icecresm Mouhlst
new tmllcrns in Sleir Tans
SAUCI PANS Inameled andtinncl iron.frnm 3 pint
tu 1 gallon
lollel Sets, li.iltl Elands, Water Cisilets
Cake. Cah, ami Knife Hoses; $1 tltorms,
Cii.pidors, I hildten's I raj s,
lairbanks' Platform, Counter, ami Kitchen
AOUICULIUKAL IMPl.kMI MS
Molin. I'lows, Shols, Sudes, lls. Itakes,
Rue and Manui. loiks, Oos, Hue llamllrs,
l'loiv Handles and Itcnms
ICP. CIII'SIS nd RI.FRI01.RA10RS.
I1AI.DWIN I011DKK CU PI I'.KS-Thiee sires, K,
I, lii, and Inch cut, nn A I ankle.
RUIIIII R IIOSP.:
Wirnnted hesl Rrulet New York stsmbrd.
anj latliolied, JJ, J, 1, t, iCJ, , lc,
Hose, nomles and spiinkters, Ac.
PI.UMIIKK AND'IINSMIIHS MAI I RIAL
Sheet 1 end, a Iu It lbs. siiuare foot ; Soil Ihlie,
lead and cist iron; water Clowls, Cases
Sheet lln ; Sheet Co per, clean and linnetl,
ti 10 ui 0 ; Hose llibl, Ko.in; Sinks,
black and enviiieled, ditto Wadistsnds;
Sheet inc , Soft Solder, our own make,
GALYANIZI I) IRON PIPL-it loiinch; elbows,
I reducers, lugs, tiiishinf
I'll'K MCI s.take H to j inch ipc ; slocks and dies,
cuts K lo 3 inch pipe.
I1IRII CACI S IjirKMI sariet) in market, painted,
bright, an 1 brass wire.
IIAIIY CARRIAOI S, l!o)s' MiII,arrows and Oo
AOF.Nr I OR
Hallsjusllr-celelirated I ire nnd Purglar prouf
oaies. tie keep in sioeK llie urge.! issort
inenl of Safes to lie found wet of Cahfornil,
Cuts mailed lilion npplicatluiu
OKI KITS ILL MAC1I1MS:
Just the UiinK fur u-e on ilaAtstlons svheie
fleam is aaihlile. Stnill sire makes lalbs
Ice in four hours ; second sire. 70 II. in seven
hours. Cuts, stilh full direction for working,
mailed to your address on application We
are aulhoried to dehser theMt mscliiues
alingsuleat makers prices, addinj-onl) cct
o( liackiug cases and freights.
CUS-IOM WORK of all kinds In tin, copper, and
sheet iron working attended to. VV ork shop
o,cr siore. i.ork execuleil py comjetcnt
workmen at reavmabte prices.
lU'JVVrK 11I.0CK, I OR I S-IRH71'.
"Nimble sixpence belter thin a slow shilins,--and
HIT HON 1 lOUtil. I II.JfJT IJOtf
pop THIRTY DAYS 1 1
CC'oiiiiii. nrJiii lloiHhiii, Oct. 11, ISS.t.
CIIAS. J. riSIIL'L WILL 01 I'Kli
AatouuiliuB Bargain In Millinery
Prior to the departure of MISS I.MR1CK for Ihe
butei, onllie Manjx)a, ImUiiij here about October
15th, 1833. we will make
A (trawl drill Hlirr Sillr uf Jlllllnrru,
loinake room for ourcstenshe stock, which will
be purchased by MISS P.MR1CK In per-
son, and Is to arrisc here about
Ihe middle of Navemtr.
Our R1DUC1IONS are OKNUINF. and need
only to be seen by cartful bu).rt1a be
aptiicciaied. Kcuiiums In all
special atleiitliu it called Iu Ihc abuse anuaunc.uienl.
Pur Vrntfly mill luiel'rttrt irr rmmul (,
K-trtlltil In llil,"vtty I
U Is lu ih IN I nil SP of LVFRYIlOllY to call
and see ihes IIAHIilANS, whsilu-r sl.hina i.Uy
' JT" es ' '
AU Curjds Mill be nuukej lu plain Ctfurct and
UTiOLII fOM t'AMH O.V.F.-
CMAS. JT. rWMBL,
-lilt: l.liAIIIN13;WU.t INKKV MOVK,
Ihe ItrMekl MM I)V Jt l O . AM. Ul .
tmrlfs of (lenrml timet lies ansT," ufons nt
fltaml at. Hotel 9nn, Is eomnm-d vLfiVE, Kennedy,
of llonoinhi, and r M tewh, r fllllftsttrfn, Col
po n HI kW.
IVVO ITIOKP ROOM, tti'iofm
m the new lkk ImrMhw adjtmijt I . PMatne
., s n -,-"'-'!-""-;iwi.wn qis.spers SMS.S.fa
II u4tki,ie,l It Just bt reeelpr f a fin. Xomi merit
ihrftt from lolnjon or
IIAI'IIAIif. TUCK SONS- CRf)5
la rU, ihsnMe, ami tr)4e folj, Prbttttt Sal In Card,
Plush UiriU, lithiut, Itasels, antl crM.
few seisorMisa ttoattnv ('irstMirtn
nlitewBtkoiiihe llawarlrin lilatult.
Son 1 11 Clims' Horttlrjunrtort,
rijieri ever) wtk it 1) evciurn; for llie isesnn.
1 mis. a. iiiittTM,
Arirrter Hint Ihtwtnmt Srllrr,
No to, ....Nuiianu SruKnT
(Opsnite ItolliMer'a. Cii),
Parlletilirattcnlloti paid lo repairing,
MESSRS. R. MORE & CO.
Kino Struct..... .x. Hiiioihii.,
Would lieg to nolif) the Public that they
luse just rcceitcit n shipment of llie fiiiious
" HHUSIIIOM)" SI.WINtk. MACHINi:
ifT An larrvni uUliin. loinirLliat?-t(iiri-ni.iliii
huuiu (id wen iucx imine llicni
it .1. 'it... . 7i " -.
n mimlier of ituprrior
Oonblo-bsirrel Drpach-Ioilin- Shot Gum,
WincliMter Rifles, Kennedy Rifles
Smith ft Wlsson Revolvers.
A full niwortmcrii of CAK I UlOCil S, Irw nml
iujxrhtrll ; am! StrtftnicntUiitril buppli.
rt-iT Cull and examine our Si ex. I. t
IIimiij: in our cm)ilo a fir-l-ch.: lack ami (iuti
binitli, uc are I reiarcil to ilo all k!nj of rrjnlilns in a
iiiw-cum iiniiucr itiiu uii snuri nrnitc
S tr ht tf Jiiirh tn rn 1 1 jmtt r. n n it U(JiiJtt d
And all Ltn It of Iron ork made -nj rrp iireil
IACKPELD t Co,
OIPP.R I OR SAI.i:
INVOICES OF NEW GOODS,
ilx Ik.rk C R. lltshop and Steamship 1 hrenfels
Consisting in part of as follows :
A Largo Assortment of Dry Good,
Denims, Drown and White Cotton, Drills, Tick.
in, Turkey Red, Merluos-black and
colored, 4 qualities, Repps, Alpacas,
Cohourgs, Italian Cloth and
Black, Gros-.raln, Fancy, Colored and Stiiped
Dareee, Crepe, &c ,
Men' J'iinilnhlii( OoixIk,
Shirt, Woolcu, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim
etc., Merluo and Cotton Uuderthlrts, White
om Shirt. Sock & Stockings, Gloves
Handkerchiefs, Foulards, a lara-e In
voice of CLOTHING coiiilsttair
of Pine Black Cloth Coat and
Pants, Buckskin Sacks,
Pant arid Suits', Felt,
Sacks & Pant,
Boys Shirts, and
Children' Jacket, I,
R. Coattft Lee. tags, Mon
key and Sailor Jackets, Carpet
Slipper. Silk and I. C. Umbrellas
andl'arasol. Fancy and Travelling
Shawls, Cotton and Turkish Towels,
White and Faner Quilt. Felt Rues and Brut
sets Carpeting Silk and Velvet Ribbons, Threads
White and Fancy Blankets,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two Tetet,
Scarlet, Orange, White Woolen and a points.
Button for Shirts, Coats, Pants, Dresses,
ri:itr'UM r.u v,
(icnuine Hail dc Colucne. LuUn' Kx
svis-iiu imu tt. vviuki
tracts, lollet Soaps, I'I
()d. CouiU, okln.O
l ( Lau-i l'nv I.
U, lull. UaniKtmau, llLmk ttjo.t
(tulil l.enf. lewelrl. t...t.l VV'.ft..
Tape, Blutle, Scarf, Album,
Psleiisk n. Arm, liming room and Parlor Ctulr,
Setless, Mirrors, eie.,
Hml.ltr; Ciilf.l.ln.Uli Hi; AriVrl'i' liilhr'r,
Hemp & I It, PatLInz, Coal Ka.kels,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CnOCKBRV,
Containbiz Plates, Cups. 'Itapias, ISowls, Clutnibrrs,
Uii pishes ami lUkers, lleifulilin 3 and 3
Oalkins. Sauiite Iktilcs. Vases aiul OUsswore, kUuiU
and lorred Ripe, Cut Bags lluna.es, Iwitw.
Ilurltis, WuulpackonU IwllUu basking. Linen His
hUOAK ami uici: 1IAUS
4 all sue aral Cualilis.
Sardines U half aad ouartsr boiei,
Salt U Jar. Castor OU la tin. Match
Cocc nit OU, Wash Blue. ItTWhit Utl,
Sleoxto. Caaial, 4. J. and , H - P. SUculj, .
HubbucV Llut4 Point OU, White Zlavefaiat,
UermiiH ami llnvunu Vtyur ,
lloll war-Sp0tM, Keek, Cruel, Tta
mi, Cups Nalin Kiu(i, halrsra, !,
Puskc't tial Uu.chrr Kalm, Iwiwart. Shee !Wrs,
Nsssll.4, bcsMMi, flit, Sl-SHS lloliobu ed Mou".
Hoes li , Km Kiieta. lUosvxf,
M1I4I tad tumuutUl NaJK ClsiUUrl
(UkUll Metal, Issij-U CsaJclt, IroO
Fir CI, atUckwJte Co!, Fit MeM, TU
Umvi aURl. Oaat VU, c
far Jw bum th etttr lil.inl. tanfelly .imded l
"VCKANIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY,
Ph New ami Fte-nnt SleamshTjis
MAUirosA mill AI.AMIUKl
ill leae tlormlulu ami San I ranrlseo as folk ws
Mahipitss . !tsn Ptawlscn, Oit iher 1st
MtansraiA HntMralii, Ocinher tsth Nm
Amumsa . San Franclsen, Oiiotrivtlt
AMMrnA Honolulu, Novcmtienti Nunn
Passtisjteri may hare their name lewkul In adrance
I y apT'lim' al Ihe otT.ro or Ihe ents,
iMtrcrnivflse fnteti.lest far ihlpnitm b this line, will
he rteetve.1 free of sterag In the company 1 new re
hmlse, ami rmrH Issuesl fnr tame Insurance on
merchamlise, nhilst hi th wfttelKnise, will be at ijw.i.it
IM WII.MVMO IRWIN ft Co. ents
I'tirlflc Mall S. S. (Jo,
Por Sn Pranctseoi
Cily of IWuf On or aleut Noremtier la
City of NesrVo.tr Onnralnut Novrmtr 19
Australia Oa or atit Nuvemher r
jBbMli Onernlimit Detemlr 1
Cilyef Syitn) On or hmii January u
Por Auckland and Sydney
Jtltndln On ot olioiit CMoUr 3
City ef Syilne) . . . . .-"On or alwil llemlr 1
Auilralta Onur about Urc.mUr o
ejamlks On or abrmt Janusty
STEAM NAVIGATION COMPANY'S
LINK OP S-IF.AMt.KS.
1 Will run regularly for KONA and KAU(
Leaves llnuolirrn'nt 4 P. M.t
Itiexlty.. t NmemUrro
i,kUr " .. " . '
l-rl'ls) -.. . i
Aritve nt Honolulu M 5 en,
(K totter 16
I ruin ,
Cameron foinnnn ler, lciri Ifonoltdu rver Tut
Ui. nt m for Nrtwlltwdl Koloa. I lrcl, Ami V-
mca, Kiunl lUturiiiii, Ietr NavmIIwiII every
rreemtn commimIert Iear4 HchmIiiIu eer) Churft
di, nt 3 jmh for Knivo.1 nnd Kiliueji Rriurn
inulc-wc Kami f cry lm,hy ai p in , nn 1 IoikIi
iU nt Wnlitite I "till wt.,
rif a. tt. ithuoiu
T)tiricnnmiindrra trae lloiiotiilu erry luevliy
nt4i.M for Kiikutfulc. llonoVaa.nnd Panuluti IU
turning f.mvc nt Honolulu cicr) Stiml i) morning
gARK AMY TURNER,
Parties Inlenihnx to order Roods shipvd by this
vessel will pleise note that the Villi leaving here on llie
15II1 Instant ofcrt Ihe list cprtunil) to connect ssilh
the It irk
10R SAN IRANCISCO
v. mum nit .1 rowiM.vr, Aui-uim.
MrrcltniKlise received Storage tree, ami Jihcrsl cal.
advances nnde oil shiiuuents h this line.
T-lMn TABLE FOR THE STEAMER
11ns steamer will leive Honolulu each ltS!AY
i 4,'-,M loocliiiij- nt Ijilnuia, Miuiliet liny, Makeiu
AlAlst.Lihtsi It. -a i .sill's I s,.i.Hil.,.Lt.... 1 llrl .
Keturniiif. Hill touch at ull (lie Above ports arnvTntf
t (luiivriuiu -ai.11 oun it niornintr
POR SAN FRANCISCO,
llie fivoruc American Iliik
'") , Maer
Quick Dlauntcklfor tlioUAbovo IPort
pQr frcij,li( or iaaKe. ap ly to
'7 I A SCHAKI'I.RtlUit.AcMiti.
pACIFIC MAIL STEAMSHIP COMPANY.
I OR SAN IRANCISCO
ill leave Honolulu for San rrancisco
O11 or About Sunday, December 3rcL
pOR SYDNEV Via AUCKLAND.
'the S Icmhd Meuinship
A U S T 11 A r.JA,
011 '"'.. . . ,. Co,linulhi,r
Oa or about . .. December 89tk.
llie agents litre ar now prepared lo Issue tUetl u
San I raucisco and return for $..,, ih. rou.ul ,IP"
(enult for tliliuuini pj, slew... can now U stored.
For f.elghi tr pasui;., apt ly to
II, IIACKrhl.il & Co.. AK.nt.
Would inform the Public that he has Ju. returned
from ban rranclsco per Alameda will, a Cl'ole. lot Tof
(selected cspressly for this uuukel) uhlcliwill o.rSPn.3
rillM HA V, Salunlnu, UttrmUr? I,
Na, iio,Ki.'.hrar, vVav' Hum.
( Goods Jchmed freicliar.e,
okiiset rsiiM THrovnra itUNM mitm.ijllv
t hop I Mrict tllentlo.1 lu the wants of then
munily. and fal" dcalns I., metil ,a. ef U Isil
New (;uod.ilU,d(lUaM.yu.k f,1Mn ,i w ,(,
T liariuN( No. no.
J"! C IIUBTACB.
s Hawaiian lilsnili. )
n pO Ih Cmk oftU heraiM, Cswrf,
A- ". JIJP l.
Witiiau roT, CU.li.
. . ntiMm rssvsata Cms
M 1 It SM ssaad M '"1V11H1 ike 1
-J alw Ikai Mr, ft', kTutLKkMrn
uisuU Ike imMt&S uiZZ V
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