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A HtrntprnfH niMMMit W(.
M. w la .t. se.im, i Hie ilrtmi)fi
rtfA i.uiN.iin i' tin.
M itw (MM r rime At Imml fur (he
nil in rttil of the ImihlinR ftiml of the
H .rroUilu Library ami Rending Room
xhtkin, a wurd in rcgrd to our
ii.-r.li In that clirertkin to not irnm
Ml rrstctrnw asf tins Uaultful inclr..).
.i.isnfthr tlaml he thev licnnanont
.n titwfrnt, feel the net! of a IHirnry,
i-. i wcnmvc ,s It nnhc, if wall sclerntl
Kk. Honolulu w rv uliarly nitn
.I'.-il. Tiro thoiiMnri miles from the
n. .irvt cenn-r of iitti-lict-tunl a-ti ity.
. in off in a measure fmin tltni linstlinn
mil wlirtrtn ptwess whirh the
m.tfkfn w-ntlifh.m in sikIi mii eminent
ih-gtW la uflrr elsewhere, what tatter
m.-.ini hm hc of keeping acc with
m.Jpin,ihiKlt nml prugrtwi tli.in liy
r:iaWwhlnn an imtiintion of this kind?
Newly all the jmifessioiw aih! occiijn
(t.jntttre rattic-tl m Itere, The rlcrgy
iimiij tlw Inwyer, the laiclicr, the
dnctail. the journalist nml (lie nrtiwn
n.T'l M itnirH food for thought, ni
nuKh help from ImoIw in the inland
kingdom m they neeil elsewhere. V
lure, imleeil, ct fine rlimnto, hut u
Imvc yet to leant that limatr, howt-v.-t
fine ft may he, has any ! ifir fur
mlrllrrtunl ennui. It may Im anil
iiinlnnleftMlf is an iimpiit-r ami inri
(Until help to certain lines of inlcl
I.-, rual mtiutyvtljjil we think the ten
tlency of snrh frclitnrilc a this is rather
to tornor than to artivity cither of
Ixxly or of iiiinil. It is also a notice
.ible feature, even in the intellectual
atiwxyhere of the many well crinc.itctl
men ami vviinicn of these inlands, that
with all their lore of their rare, their
i'ji'11 Immlcil hospitality and relicl in
lcihsK a too gencruus way of cery
thing .ippnvtcliinjf oveity or MifTcrmn,
t Ik re is a reitam narrowness, a want of
1'iililn spirit, Imru of an insular (iosi
Ii n, and a too nnrmw cult. W'c
have jit our nlinds' eye a Honolulu
.iit vihtf at variance with the present
itni ciNiilwued still of the simple,
r-finctj ami educated men and women
tlut & here, vet hrotdencd hy that
i oiiitfet of thought which nothing hut
ilia, dneti investigation of the best
In' thefotthcoming fair, every resi
dent of these, islands, and jviriicuhrl)
ol Honolulu, will have an opportunit)
to contribute.! mitto n 'noorl cause
All should -unite tfjtmalJit a grand
success. There is no,' want of liar
mony in a,-prV of Hits kind. It is not
politicalnot sectional, not religious in
any narrow, sense, lias no sugar nor
Chinese immigration in it; it is simplv
an alistract and 'universal eood And
pThais it is -this very ahstr.it t good
nnicn iimkus some people take mile
interest in it. No one minds snatching
Inc. worthless Inebriate out of tn
r gutter, giving him some dojlarV worth
of old clothes, takinii him home tb n
sumptuotisvincal, and dropping in hi
ixckctra lew dollars with which t
give hi? neighbor the same trouble, bin
how many think of taking this man h
the hand before he is in this condition
of preparing a place for him to spend
his idle tfmttpleasantly and profitably ?
It is to be hoped that, with this fair,
i noujili money will be made, in addi
tion to the cry generous amount
already subscribed, to finish the build
mg-flnd to have a lao;e surplus for tht
purchase of books, lii cry mother and
iathcr,'evcry young man and youn,;
unmanfarght to unite to help this insti
tution-' -The town is almost destitutr
of those ' high-class places of amuse
ments elsewhere abounding, it is no.
lacking in places of temptation. Mute
time is, therefore, left here on the
hands of the young than can well lit
employed under pleasant conditions
lx;t us hae a library and a good on.
where the future men and women of
I lonolulu can be safe from all but that
which is inspiring and good Wean
sure that the ladies and gentlemen con
nected have but the welfare of the
library, and. therefore, of the public at
heatt- The trustees Ime already per
nutted the children of the school,
upon presentation of cards of merit
from their teachers, to lave the pri i
lege of the library free of charge. Tim
is as it should 1h Many a Uiy and
gitl has l)ccn led from the ath of ies
miction by the inspiration of a grand
thought, accidentally found in some
accidentally found book. We feel sure
that the generous ieoplc of this town
will unite in a good cause, and make
the foithcomiug fair a grand financial
The dentb of Charles Ueade is a los
to letters, yet by no means the lohs a
would ImVc lccii if he had died lefore
hefcavethe world "lite Cloister and
the Hearth", " I-oc Me Little, mw
Me Urnst", "Very I ant Cash",
"Christie Johnstone and IVy Wafl'uif;
ton," The novel lat ruined was his
first, written in his 32nd ear. The
one first mentioned is hy far hits great
est wdik. As an hutoiical picture of
tbfc troublous half tenliiry that ,prr
, iedd the keformatinn, it Ins noeijual
in either Imtury or hUuniud fntion.
Tliftv later work of Ueade all (liat he
bus written since Griffith (Jaunt un-
wntthy of his geuiuj and.JtnJiinons-10
hiirciMitatton. Hut his twt work will
htve renileis, and cntluisiutic lovers,
while Hnjdtih literature exuts.
IIU maksty has apjiointed John
Smith Walker, now auditor-general 01
the kingdom, and Jcweiih Henry S.
MaHlh. illsttiit judge of Kan, to U
ii'iliVs, in plate of the late Simon Kant
mi. I the Utte noble Mnanaull The
gentlemen jtwl ajKinteil have a chance
in nislc cmbblo reform rewirdt We
trust Mr. Walktt's lard Scotch senw-
may Ik; brought to bear n the cut
A compliance with the Ian' relative
to cO'partu-rsbipi would diituib the
" mIcikc " of several concern in this
city. There wrent no good rv.ihon
wtiy one finp shotihl k siugleil out for
public censure when at Ivan half n
tlweti oilier firms are in ''the same
1 1 '
'I'o .-jke a step from things enmmer
iW''t thin'"61itlcal, we trust the
legbMure will find out for 111 tntne of
the silent paitneti i?f Gibson & Co.
1111 limit ion in 10111
I In- multit.iim ttt it it. U -i in whiib
the prx-Hiu "pn-mire" has Kned before
the people of this place tinre hit r
rlvl here, hi nmtwlmt rrrniaiitlr ami
vtttatlle rmcer as prpvlotiily rccrtttlctl
In other la mis, and trmre cspcdnlly th
rtetWJgeneoti imbue of his nets as art
ndrtser of the crown, continued
through his incumbency of office from
its Inception, and the results so far es
ietlenrcd, nntumlly leads to a shrewd
suspicion dial some rumlerful shuffk--Imi
is being rlggud tn swindle the pre
sent leglslfltiiie. Upon tire sitcrtss or
downfall of the reform patty will
depend not only the fate of Waller
Murray Cilmnn ns a political factor in
the Ailrnmistiation ol government, hut
the solution nf the intention of iossiblc
future rrHietity or nmtimieil tlcrline,
and pcilnis final loss of autonomy to
the nation. Has thai ait girded well
its loins and improved its opportunity
of ptciaratioii for the approaching
combat ? And are its pmfcscd sinr-
porters in rcndiiu-ss to unite themselves
and every efTnrt of whiih they are
aable tn IwcU their professions? If
not, let them stand ready to meet
financial crisis and feel the tightening
grip of growing ahsotutism and iiiouop-
"1y- . .
In this inevitable ronflir.t, those
amonp us who will feel its testilts firs
and mott are those, by the necessities
of the rac, whose Unswerving support
is most needed ttic men of capital
and influence. If these lie united, ahd
ate nan as nearly in tiieir ciiotts as
were the jMKirer constituencies in
securing professedly independent and
reform representation, all may lie well.
Among a certain few of our business
men, (while our political needs are
well understood, and theoretically they
approve of reform if it can lie elicited
without effort on their part or the re
motest possibility of injury to them
selves,) a singular propensity exists to
refer the weakness of their knees to
the workines of a tender conscience.
Ilelween such and those who are more
openly hunting up the loaves and
iishcs, there is little difference so far as
their aid to the reform natty is con
cerned, for of that kith they are though
their principles may dilfer in tlegrce.
In an oien conllict, where the lines of
party dcmarkntion arc so plain that be
who runs may read, such men arc more
a burden than a help, and their counsel
of as little value as the meagre material
help they are willing to give, ltut we
feel that such will be estimated at
their true cipher value, and that a gen
eral appreciation ol the extreme exi
gencies of our present needs will bring
the aid and suport required. I hat
Independents, (the so called "opposi
tion" or rcrorm lrty), have a strong
and still growing constituency among
the people at large is too apparent to
be denied. That the feeling is based
upon a proper appreciation of the mis'
conduct of the Gibson administration
and its tendency to shore itself un bv
an extension oT'absoluii.sm and monov
oly, is a fac to jjcjapiircciatcd, and one
which may not bcSafely ignored by
such mcmlicrsjofltlic assembly as have
obtained their scats hy promises of con
duct Consistent therewith. Hut we can
not blind ourselves to the foreshadow
ingsof unscrupulous efforts to be made
on the part of the administration to
continue itself in power. Doubtless
the "old business of lunches and lnms,
promises, commissions, and appoint
ments, will be freely plied to effect the
desideratum or the ministry if they
have not already been resorted to.
Some such peptics, freely applied, may
be needed to prcmre the legislative
stomach for the ministerial menu to be
put before them ; and even then, if that
stomach be able to receive it all, it will
lie a matter of surprise. Those of the
legislature who perform such a feat will
be " noted " men indeed.
The first day's proceedings, when
the appointment of officers has been
made, may afford a glimpse into the
possibilities of the ititurc of the ses
sion. Candidates from the administra
tion party have Ion;; since been an
nounced as in the field. The opposi
tion in a quiet way have liccn prepared
with theirs. The officers elected, then
will come the consideration of the min
isterial reports. That these would'in
any case be prolix and windy, is to be
inferred from the fact of their siiikt-
vision hy the "prendre" ; but add to this
the tact that so many ol his own and
his colleagues' acts need explanation,
and it is to lie expected that they may
ne ponderous indeed.
If Gibson has not yet been sickened
at his own attempts to create race prej
udice in the native mind, by the results
of the late elections, he will probably
spend no little effort to distract the at
tention of his Hawaiian hearers from
real issues, by sentimental twaddle re
garding his own self-sacrifice and unre
mitting industry in looking after their
physical and intellectual welfare. Ik
will explain to them how, in his wis
dom, he discovered the uttet unfitness
or a former hoard to pieaidr over the
education of Hawaiian youth, and how
Hawanans of Jess education and expe
rience aie better fitted to form the ma
jority constituting such guardian boaid.
And, how loreign cmliassiLS entrusted
to Hawaiian, though more expensive,
u yet a better way of educating Ha
waiian than by meari3 of the common
school system. In reference to their
iihytical wclfate. hewill inform them
thai through his instrumentality the
great plillO'Haiv.iiiaiAKiiclai been
able to effect wonderful ch.ihges in the
management of lepers and the cure of
thcclitease, how Mr,, Fitch,-while Iw
liiving drmly that leprosy h "neither
nfw lions nor contagious." ncvcithtless
believes that lecrs should be segrc
ualid. How himself and Mr. I'ttcli
telic-H it riftht that certain hloaicd lep
ers hhould lie allowed "prolwtion"
(freedom), while tirtain little children,
only incctcd (and to all appearances
clean) should be rigoiouly isolated.
He will no doubt, introduce the icpoit
uf Mr. l'iteh, wbciein is depicted, in
the glowing languigo of that dhtin
Kuifchcd witter, the humus of Molokii,
and Mr. l'iteh will therein explain how
"maggots" have in many cases put a.
lciiod to the existence of Icier at
Kalawao, and while a resident physi
cian thcie has not Ik-cii needed, it i
now iiv.ccu.iiy to anoiuti the l.uefetto
thcie ami biinir the patients to" town in
order that they m.ty be ltlcr'treatetl
s1 m t
Perhai when Mr. Gihtnn hai iMne
Hbith'-lic'iiiittlit volunteer to clteciuw.
heiVhu t-oileaguea may be aked.'frkiiiWruci; in u, ),iomcy It the Iknj
iiiv iU4vnvii VI vv"Vti iuiiitTiieti. lu'tiaue puriy ukii.
1 . .11 u it mi 1 1 In r linn, 1 unllei led
with th. iiliinmilr iimn )it sluuudcdm
til) tier j ; as, for instance - The nature
of the "neceswty policy' whlrh tie
timndt'd the rcsinnntton of the registrar
of public accounts, whose " valued scr
ires in the past to the government are
highly flppretiMcd " (See Minister Ra
itna's letter in Snttinlny Press, March
, tHIt?). and the rcflnn why, at a ib
cqtient dale, the ipiaitcrly fiminrlal
statement of the treasury, as published,
liowcd a deficiency of over (0,oo -which
has never yet liccn explained.
Mr. (Illison, or some colleague may be
able to explain, how, silver coin hon
ored in America it, strictly speaking,
"bullion rcmMnlnn in the treasury," al
thoimh ihe treasury mmht Ire cmntv ;
nml that HamtiUn siTvet lie Inn more
valuable than American gold, a large
supply was gotten by the government,
to be paid for in the lmcr coin.
In today's supplement appear n
number of sclei lions on the topic of
total nMtiitcntc. Thcue cxtr.ictn, for
the most pin, Insist that the abolition
nf the tumor traffic is the only safety of
society. Some of the statistics given
are appalling. Minh of Ihe aigtimeut
presented is lonvinrin. On the other
side of the question is presented the
comparatively new idea uf high license.
That side of the question is nlily
handled. We commend the lecture of
Joseph Cook on Ihe one hand, and the
aiticle from the Sacramento Ucrord
Union on the other, to the careful con
sideration of all our readers.
l.el there be, however, no misunder
standing of our position. Total ab
stinence is the issue for which llu Press
contends -first, last and always. When
we say "total abstinence," we mean
total abstinence for I luwaiian and
white alike. We do not believe in
fish for one race and fowl for another.
We think it not unnatural that Hawaii-
ans have lescnted the invidious law
which permitted the African, the
Mongolian ami the Papuan to approach
the public bar and order what bever
ages they would, while llawaitaiis were
excluded. The wonder is they per
mitted the distinction so long as they
did. Hut abstinence for white and
brown alike would be, at least, equally
just. All over the civilised world the
lotal-abslincnce movement is gaining
ground. In every state of the Amer
ican Union earnest men are discussing
the best way to attain that great end
the abolition of the liquor traffic.
"The greatest good to the greatest
number" is their slogan. They do not
deny the right of individuals to drink
liquor. Hut they deny the right of in
dividuals to drink to the injury of their
lellows. then they go a step furllici
and say that the minority who drink
without injury to their fellows shall
give up this right to their indulgcrffc
lor the better protection of society;
that, to accomplish this object, they1
will not only abstain themselves but
will pass laws to compel others to ah
stain also. In other words, they seek
to abridge individual liberty to the end
that there may be universal liberty.
We know that the world is divided
on this question, that good men in
Honolulu (as the world Over) believe in
moderate drinking, and contend thai
abstinence is not temperance. -Hut if
those good men might place the collec
tive benefit of their moderate drinking
on one side of a scale, and weigh
against it the collective evil of intem
perance, there is every likelihood that
their eyes would be more open than
they seem to be to the sum total that
honestly may be charged against the
drink traffic. We have said the world
is divided on this question. Divided
Hawaii is an epitome of the world
the worlds microcosm 111 microscopic
miniature. Hut the world is growing
wiser, despite the croakers, and the
world is making up its mind to total
abstinence. Hawaii also is becoming
wiser, despite its Gibsnnism, and
Hawaii is making up its mind to
what, Messrs. Legislators?
The only nominee for the presidency
of the legislative assembly is Hon.
Godfrey Rhodes, with Hon. U Aholo,
member from I,ihaina, as vice presi
dent. For the office of secretary there
are two names proposed, those uf Mr,
R. A. Pence (former secretary) and
Mr. I-orrin A. Thurston, a well-known
member of the bar, the names of Mr.
J. W. Robertson and Mr. A. Rosa
having been withdrawn. Mr. W. II
I Ialsle.nl, Mr. A.K. Kunuiakea, and
Mr. S. Nowlein are mentioned
as competing for the office of sargeant
ar-arms. The chaplaincy will be voted
for between Rev. W. P. Kahale and
Rev. Mr. Waiamau; and Mr. John M.
Holt and James Matoou will compete
for the office of messenger. It h un
dcrMood that in every case where moie
than one name is mention for office, a
plurality of voles have been promised
to each. On Monday the issues will
be proved. A majoiity vote is requi.ite
a ii ic ii in
The lesson of the low puces in suh.ii
is a plain one. Hawaii num diveisify
her products. We must meet facts-at
they aie and defeat failure in the one
way possible, by raising other staples
oesiitcs sugar and nee. the tunc to
begin to find nut what to raLc is now.
ww- r'if-n 1 ii
There are grayc reasons to doubt the
wisdom- of appointing Mr. Walker to
the house of nobles. Many hold and
we think justly that an officer filling a
life office like that he now holds ought
not to accept a legislative jvobition.
"M I II !
It ison the tapis that the auditor ten
era! is to lie made the scape goat for
all the misappropriations engineered by
Gibson. Il the attempt U successful.
Mr. Walker will be as.ked to refcitiu -
in favor of "ionnv-inlaw-"
S.iy the IIkijU, of ClittcUrkl. Ohio 1
"The pvlitlctl oWrvcr tlioe ijj, tti'iueli w
nuy aceiiktnincil In the $igtit of honnit nt
vaiiotu lics, cannot fail u he ill act, with llir
lihlne Uoiii. No nun can uirauuo lu full
ilimuiiloiu. It tryclU out m all tulct uf llw
counliy, iul in Ihli v;ctln, lliroiijjh OI,t.i and
IViirmlvamn, Il not imlr tvclli hut hul'M
rlftlil out. On die ImiHibe, nine wit of im
KtpiiMican voitnofimrthtm Ohio will rxiireu
Owl tiwnal j'icfuctxefor HUinc,
A iU-gutcI Koulliiiu IHrmocrallc cimcrcm-
nun U rq-itKiHcil M)inftlui uhcnapini.
icniwi election conm uimiihI 'MIk-io U !
W3) oi.vc -ihlne la tl ay, ami thU
lime il lie uriiT." Tu which il Jtm Inn
encin rfilit "Truinn the ly thiiiu,
iKmrVtl, 'I he I'liiicliul Imriir lu lioiuhr
1 11 11 vi, ir.xr or 1111. viii 1 11;..
Sit hi A l-l,fny en-ic 1 iMf Hi Stini.t, i,il
.Veil. Iht fiimoii m mmtnr tttle
fHf, hmingjml hunt tir inifimn tf
Ik kNu'i mrtrk.
" IVitfl, lrift, lrn I
Nnt raw wet Udiml left
Not en die Jw nf n csntillml prtm,
Tlin ilcmlidnd hnmMM In amiTrnt t
Not twii a iMirimnek nf mnM erml,
'I'o Uy it tlw ri nf my wiwliful fnnl 1
Not even tinted coml njiny,
'I'o ttll nf 1I1 tmplilr M On niitiy.
Iknfl, IpcicIi, heitft I
.-,jy !, lift !
(Sight t.itnilf, put ifrttimllr Itfui Ikt fit-
kit, yil tlmfit W ifm
f Ikt jHHtf, m4 rmllnmt )
" In the il) when I vm a 'iltrn,
A lirllllanl, Iih.tI gwgr rmrMnert 1
WVn nvti the itliti wane nf it,
My t'llit fltrctl forth ml the wml.l mfm ,
When fmnc nml fnitunc were writ on the skir-i,
Whn love ImiVnl Into my walling eves,
A the Jungle niM.lnn inillnl un me 1
All I Ihtn life licl.l 1111 nimhl Ktr
Of till Ihii.jmiiI S.hiiho Uieeniieer.
Tit iHITci cut imw j Knm 11 11I.I nixt f.uy,
I Mill mutt hiiccanecr liy pioty,"
(A voltt is htaiit. LeeWng fnm Ihe Mirny
At itri il iMeivus frniale Mint siMiif en
Iht Htr (fj- mn ij') tvhitX ltn.lt J ivn llif
Y) tviiti itn,t
Htu.ljMli tit Iht tjiittiwitltit ttt. AJIir
Ihltnhii; ii wAiYf fit irtlln, rxtllnlly )
"Willi iiinif.lnl lucks nml n miiflleil lluint,
A tul n mlly Inr In her hihlii i-ye,
IVI.I.iine Itiniiin, In Kickclnth cull,
Siti mi llic 1 lit r .1111I till It In 1 ciy
' I ni inlitnl.cn, I lawali.1111, li.uk t
'Ihe I'ijl llxlile h ii hi lli.in slff .
'I hr giHl , liinvrn.k Cii.nlii Tilii
Hut lli.' iililoH Kunn I111 liiouclit luck
"Alas, aI.ii, alack 1
Is l-'crilin.iiulii kick?
An.! mint I tln.11 liiisliiiiniity pay,
I.nt lie dull I1I.1I1 wlnt well he nuy ?
Alii, nhi, ntack I
Uh file I how lnr.l thy. wlnck t"
(JCn.-r Efftllttt, Writ (frivalt) AmhntaJtr
In Ihf Alsll of iVtt.llt'i roull. lit frjl.
tititet liimitp lritre Iht piimalt i,i Iht
tnott tl'MfitlJiiiii miiimtr. '! Icth
sii.t; the plliKving Jiiilofiit, A limn mime :)
"You sec, Ricat ir, I have ic-hnn-i sl,
iiiutclie.l from the ileplln of Venn's Icin y
hc.l." " I see oii Inve ami I .1111 nl.nl 11 hkwes ;
Ami yet jour lr.i;ic tale me much n. 1111.70.
Tint i, the little I have liear.l ni yet"
" I'll tell it yon nt mice, my lonl, I fret
To tell the tale of my in mcnie ml-vcn-luies
Define they're stahheil in.l tmn hy cruel
" I'rocccil, pion-iil, the fever's in my veins,
Patience, in) clioler, only half re". trains.
Where arc my islamh, caitiff, enven, C '
" Sweet sir, kiiul sir, I pny you silent lie
IJjuMJ tell the tale, In nine ivimln anil asipji :
.VriurjiMinili, iirf arc InJ-ar iiitvitrtyt "
(biJiJefs.v, lit(utJi!z!VflJts!imtnt of hot
$ttJ2$' trot'-itii'HnifiJitt common time
,'anJplhr Viiliialilty.liinttJ ef t imaer. )
ir.s; ,i.v iiiiinuirisK.
To-rlay the battle for reform begins
in the senate chamber at the govern
ment house. The first knave of the
realm will tell you this battle for reform
is a liattlc of the "outs" against the
"ins." His hired clacquc w;ijh the
cobvrebbed 'Tiscr at the head rnd the.
piebald Elclc at the tail will repeat
and ic-rcpeat the lie. This ivfgher of
the subsidised will echo from .Leahi to
Waianae, from Tantalus 16 Kakoako.
Hut it can nei her change the issue nor
the facts behind it. Opw4ti6n to
imposition is the issue, and the facts
behind it are written in the indepen
dent vote which sent to the legislature
that meets to-day a clear majoiity of
reformers. I hose men were elected
by reform votes and on a reform plat
form j will they be faithful to their
expressed or tacit pledges? We think
they will. Are then; in the house
of nobles enough friends of common
honesty, of common decency and of
common sense to make the fight against
the enemy a successful one ? We
believe there are.
Hut let no reformer lay to his soul the
flattering unction 'ihat the fight is to
yield an easy victory. The reform
movement is gaining ground by inches,
and against discouraging odds; but we
are a long way from being out of the
woods yet. The cause of rcfoun needs
all its allies. It has not the adherents
it ought lo have. Some men who are
intellectually fitted to be leaders lack
the courage of their opinions. Others
who are lirave to the veige of rashness
lack that discretion which is valoi's
better part. A few sulk in their tents
because they think their coworkers
lack appreciation. And most lament
able of allsome are "trying to tide
two horses," are "running with the
hares and burning with the hounds,"
are posmggn- fnends of reform and
crvingJCiibsonis.m for pap. "
The Independents go into the ses-.
sion willi a working majoiity. Will
this majority mill tnuetliei? If it do.
lliey may accomplish a gieat deal. If
it do not, the cause of reform will be
delaed for another biennial peiiod.
Ix-t honest independents Kudcr well
the consequences of two more years
of folly like those juit passed.
It goer! without saying that the fust
duty of the legislature will betomvesti
tinte. The opposition to the lullim.'.
humiliating, degrading imjinsiiion of
viunuiinui iiii inane a iiuu anil cr)
that has been heard from Hawaii to
Niihau. It is for Gibwn, the fools
who tuifct him and the knaves who de
fend him, to refute the charges made.
It is for the exikmcntv of reform to
confute the looting knaves whom Gib
onii.m represents. There can be little
honest, ami 110 profitable, legislation
until an investigation shall prove the
independents right or wrong in the
h.u'ge that Gibsoninii has been crim
inally incompetent, tiimmally negligent
and criminally coirupL
After that little affair is settled--and
the "little affair "is likely to be "a
pretty big Job" lliciu are tevcral
incaMitci. which mmt be dtSKsed of,
or clw commercial titoijieriiy iluting
the next (wo ears ii iiiuxw.sible.
Jlitt Among the intentions which
Must lw met now if immediate good is
in iouow-or immeiiiatc evil to be
ncrtcd is the currency ipiestiou. A
gold Itfsis it the only basis 0hii which
commcirial nrasnctitv in these Island:,
safely may lc built. Collect customs
in gold, toy governmental debts in
gohL & 1 1 money orders in gold, mv
them in gold. Collet I taxen in gold,
sell goods for gold only. Tu meet tli,
the crops payable in gold mutt be
drawn on fur t;.ul 1". tabh-.li the basis
md those who have cMtoils to sell will
be obliged lo iay their debts here in
gold. Gold would then be the standard,
gold notes and gold would lie the cur-
rem y, and I l.twalian or Aineiican silver
a Miltsidiary currency. I lappily( Ihe
intelligent minds nf the business com
mutiity are pr.ntically a unit on the
mucin y question. What they under
stand is that Hawaii even with trade
largely In her favor cannot be sub
stantially prnsK!iou with any lets
stable citriency than gold. What they
demand is that silver shall not be a
lejral tender here for more than five for.
Ttt Ihe most) ten dollars.
.Swarf After the currency question
is sctiled, a scarcely less important one
pic-cuts ilitclf : 'Ihe auditing act need
amending so that the auditor' duties
may be more dearly denned and his
powers enforced. The ntidilor ouglil
to have l ho clearly defined right to
innsiruu Ihe npptoprialion bill so as to
picveiit miicimsltticlion on the put of
others, to the end that public money
may not lie expended Illegally,
Third The loan act should cither
be lepcalcd or so amended that the
purposes for w huh money that is bor
rowed may be expended more cleat ly
may be defined; hud the terms on
which the loan may be negotiated
patticiil.itly as lo llieciiriemy for which
bonds may be sold -more rfeaily may
be set forth.
loitilh The tax bill ought lo be
leviscd, .so thai Ihe hidden ol taxation
more equitably mav be divided.
Fifth The internal improvements
and health measures advoiatcd in pad
by all theiiewsp.ipeisnud paiticulnried
in recent numbers of the 1'iess, liberally
and explicitly should be provided for.
Sixth The Chinese question should
be settled so far as legislation may
.settle it. And some effective eflorl
made lo solve the labor question for the
good of all.
Seventh ' The Appropii-ition bill
ought to be rigidly scrutinized and its
provisions carefully compared with those
of former years, lo the end tint no un
wise expenditure creep in, and that no
real need of the nation is ignored.
If there be time for further legisla
tion, there are many pressing questions,
not even hinted at, which deserve, nay
demand, attention , hut the questions
enumerated above arc vital; and it will
be vastly better to do those questions
full justice and leave many others
untouched than to fritter away the
session in the consideration of innumer
able questions, to the accomplishment
Whtit is Tripp ? Where is Tripp?
Where Is Triff?
Mr. lr. I Claike has returned from
the primato-proteslive jaunt. He re
turns sans everything. His teport is
published in' the court journal. Its
chief value consists in the announce
ment that Mr. Clarke gathered some
plants which were lost.
Satan rebuking sin Is always an in
structive spectacle. It reminds one that
life is real earnest, that things are not
wnat they seem, and that relorni in
lladca is a devilish sure thing if one
waits long enough.
The foregoing is respectfully dedi
rated to a wtiler in last Thursdays llul
letin a critic of Mr. V. I Clarke's
account of the Julia's voyage and loss.
Mr. Clarke's account was well written,
modest and to the point so far as it
went. The carp of his critic was a still
bunt for typographical errors, a perver
sion of Mr. Clarke's language and a
wholesale sample ol dismal humor, wit
less wit and bad writing.
As an example of writing as good as
the Clarke-criticism ' is bad, read the
"No Sophist"'m the same issue.
I!y the way, the llulletiu is about to
lose its editor of nil work, Mr. Charles
It iiiickland. He will probably go to
San 1'rancisco by the Alameda. Mr.
Iiiickland will be missed. He was
genial, obliging and industrious, was
always ready to do a fellow scribbler a
good turn. We wish Mr. llucklaml
well, and believe he will make good
friends and a good living anywhere in
Mr. Wray Talor takes a position on
the llulletiu today. He will report the
proceedings of the legislature. Mr.
Taylor is a practiced writer, a gentleman
and a good fellow, Mr. Taylor's ac
ceptance of the llulletiu position will
probably picveiit the accomplishment
of the project to open a school in Kau
Mr. Daniel Lyons has relumed and
the Daily Hawaiian is said to be a
flower ol ne.M May Day's blossoming
Mr. Lyons ii resolved that it shall not
With Mr Lyons comes Mr. I). W.C
NcsfleliL In 'Frisco, his llohemian
familiais call him "Dave" Nesfield.
For the past eleven )cars he lias been
one of the most valued contributors of
the San Francisco News Letter. It
has Iven one of his phenomenal excel,
lencies that the 'disdclcctahlc at mo
spheic of ih jt unsavory sheet could not
spoil the incisive pungency of his pen
nor render acrid his coininiiiiannlile
Mr. M, Gillespie acconinnies
Mr. Nesfield as reenter, He has
workeil on Virginia City apers. His
work will soon speak, for itsell.
Apropos of the new jxipcr, and of
newspapcis geneially, it is pleasantly
coincident that Mr. Klnmrc arrived by
lie Alamcd.i, in the interests of gas.
Mr. K'inorc wants lo light our streets
aiyl our intelligence with coal gas, and
lie phi pi sen also to instruct us in the
method's of rooking by the same com
tsict and cleanly fuel and illumiuant.
Mr. KlmoiQ it, howivcr, Iwhlml Mr,
II O. iletger in the matter tif tlicet
lighting; and, if he establishes gas
works here, will Ik: ahead of the iucvit
able electric light. It in for Mr, Khuore,
his San FrancLen liackcr and local
investors, to toiivider whclhei there U
money enough in gas, for fuel UHfy, to
justify so coitly un experiment.
lilf 'nixiyii Aeir(
(il.iil.t.inc Ii iiifff ilnj; fi. mi luy iirmI i.nnuli.
llnMiMi sml New VniWlalk hjr tifet'liww.
The Hmithein rite il.lntci nfipmw tiling
In the IMllT. ,
MoTC Brjntn tart IHn iKwnmfil tn the
CmntU aie in I imsl in hml rallwiy Mil
No ChliMmtii It nllow'eil tn the (Vur
The P.trMmn.i'annl wmkmtli arc utiM tn h
In nvnclchfil fiiiitUtkxi pliyileally.
Hie Veteran Home nf Ctlliromfci wat for
mci.tlly .lecl.llttl nM 1111 the 4th iml.ml.
IMwtii Itraithnm) Henry Irrllit; me to mar
tiiKOtn.1 in I lie Uiillnl Stales nmt winter.
The fittmliiif General 1'iemnnl, (lie " Path
I'lmlcr," wtiii emigre In put him mi die re
1 1 ml tint.
The taenia tliiwmni'iit In IVrn tail not
hren lecngiileil hy the li.rflgn irucwntallle
up In the S1I1 liKlant.
A Mnwuilc teniplr tint "III nccupy an aren
nf 7,8011 fed nf I in.l l in he hullt in Piovi
ileiicc, UIkmIc hi mil.
The New Vnik Ciillim Itichmge li run.
lileihi! the nilviwhihly nf l!li,nlii(; cnngiMn
tn ntup coinli 1; ulUir.
Ilrail haUitit Jo force the mile nf all the
iinnily i.f the ninnitllc nnlern, except their
ciiiivenls ami ilinllii imtitiiliiui.
'I here lure lieii n rjthcr never caiilniiil,c,
a l.ical H.knI nml Ihe I'.illl nenvm to Imuhlo
San I'r.iiiriuo, all within u montlii.
.Merchant In the Wet-liiilii tu.lc aie .It
iniuiof plirliig the WrM-Imliet uiuhr the
mint f.ivoicil iiatinii chu.c with the Ullitcl
On the Jin! intltnl Iheie were ilalructive
cvclouei in UI1I0, Iniliiii.i, I'eiiiiiylvania, anil
Kciilucky. (heal ilamicewaj ilone lolife ami
The I'liiliitelphh Mnlical Siclcly, the
hrKeit county isnoclalliin of ihyilc!ani hi the
uniteil States, has iifci-nl li aihuit hoiiicii
Tie Queen of Tahiti silleil for New V01U
fri.ni Havre, mi Ihe sth Insl.ml. I'u-.iilily she
may conic fliii way, tn viii! her royal confrere
nf all Ihe llawaiis.
A ilinnlch ilale.1 Uimloii, April .till, says
that Ihe cahlnct, after a lhuroii;h iliicunion,
ileciilcil against' fornnlly t-slahliihln(;a pro
A total eclipse of the moon was ntrsetveil In
Sin 1'V.incisen, on the 151I1, Il neeins In have
cscapeil the attention uf lioth sclenliitsaml
"journalists" in Honolulu. The Annual called
for it on the loth,
Germany is vigorously pushing its trade with
Mexico. A new line of steimers, in unlet to
accommodate the increased commerce, will
soon run between Vera Cruz and llamlnirg.
At a meeting of the lloatd of Managers of
Ihe American ltihle Society for Foreign Work
in New York, ihe society appropriilionsforlhc
comming year were made, amounting lo $109,
There i a movement on foot in ihe United
Stales lo lettuce Ihe m$tag on newspapers
Usual from the office of puMicalinn. Here
mere is (or was) .1 movement contemplated in
the opKisitc ilircctton.
Ilisniarl. has pictured a hill lo recast the
Upjicr House of the German Patlhuicnt on
thoroughly autocratic lines, hy putting the
appointing power practicallj in the hands of the
sovereigns of the various stales.
The hill introduced hy Congressman I'.udd
of California, to nlisoliitcly prohibit the intro
duction of niiiuni into the Uniteil States, is lin
ing canvassed hy Ihe pipers. Some of iheui
llimU it would encourage smuggling.
The rapid introduction of refrigerating micli
ines in large houses and husiness eslahlish
mentsiii New York City llircatcnsn retolulioii
in piices. The Washington Market will lie
supplied with ftcozine apparatus this summer,
The CuKin rebels arc arming. Securities
hive fallen. ' Trade 11 demoralized. The
greatest uneasiness prevaiU. It is un!crs!n.d
that the United Stales will not Intcifeie to help
the Spanish Government put down revolution
There U disagreement in congress on the
subject of " coast fortification" and "increase
of the navy." In the mean while, the United
States is at Ihe mercy of every second iale
power that owns three thoroughly modem war
" Chinese ' Guidon will soon leave Kartnum
for llrutscls. I'roui Uu-re he will go 10 Ihe
Congo country to assume charge of the llel
gian militaiy npirationi. Geiicral Oouhin
hopes lo hieak up the Aftlctn slave trade
before he dies.
A vote of $ra, 500,000 his lwen propoci!
for Ihe present session of the Piuslan l.nndljg,
lo he applied lo the construction of .oo miles
of scconiljty raihoad Iimcs an amount far in
cseess of any volnl for former annual projects
of a similar nature.
Cholera is expected in the UniM States
next )car. Its hsl i-pideiuic Ihere was hi 1S73
and the llth )ear will he up in '.S5, So far
cholera has no! crossed he PaciiV: ; but Ihe
direct ciMiimlinication makes It likely that Ihe
next visitation may U t'j San t'rancisco.
I Ion. Willi un II. Sears, a Male senator fiom
Mann County, (.'ahfonii.1, lusln ap.inicil
Culleclni of ihe wiit of Sin I'miciscii, vice
Kugene Sulllran, ri-sigunh The taller gentle
man It talked of for the miuion in lluvla; he
hiving already ilcchnisl the rIxsloiii China.
The coniuiillec on sugar tat hi Ihe Trench
ChamUr of Deputies will tax licet roots fiom
next September. W'hll.t deprecating sauilas:tii
foreii;ii laiiopean sugir, at prevnt.-i fnncs, lie
r.iiscl lo 7 francs, nml loreign cane he made lu
uy a xuituoft francs lo be ietunio.1 in tlu
evcnl of the rC'Cspoitatioii,
A suspension bridge was irrrnlly put up
roui the San (imiiciko C'hlT IIouhs lu the
nraiest one or the "wial tucks." I.ilily Naur
tweniyjieiu.ns were thrown fpiui lm stiudiire
to the Unch b-rlort--tin; tide k-n;t out -and
several were badly nil and hiuiiel. The
bridge was made In caicen violently by some
li)s--"Just fit fun."
A Washington dipilch il.tlfil Aptil 71I1
My t MMlwtknl ym Thorn. of New V01V gave
a dinner Saturday n!,lil hi coiiipllnint oft)r,
J. Moll Smith, h llawailn Cotniiilxinei In
Washington. Dr. Smith leluinilo the iuiklwich
Ulnvli, vkv.Sm I'raiiciAi, iikxI werl. Anions
tliu- prrser.l at the dinner svetcStualni lilpli,
limy iivl niv)- ofiiccis an-l a number of news.
'llwfstft! a-Jjlnvt he Intro. taetion of Kuril'
itanolrtfli) into I'miijliawii i vny ktrong,
It wenw In Ik: n motruunl on live part ol nun
ufattunu to thii UUir. TIk Amiin
workuin say llui If lliic U to be (H.aIo
fni iiuivjbtluurs theru ought In be protection
for wwkiii. The liouhtc Iih hceHoe "i Mil'
mm tlut an, attack uui v.m lluntiUii
woikuMA ln UUn pi we In Mihutwy City ;
lte I1uh)(iUm rVtHiif, to wl punfahmtnt.
t)n April p.t a Inge in. eiinv;wi hrl.l in llu
NewVul. I'tmlui-c lis. lunge to con. id. r il,.
ipiesilonof illrercijnige. A inenioii d .. en
Riets wismlniHril nj-lng lint il1y u rtt mice
prnrl.lefor ihrsmfiriitMnof lli nidiije ofiii
vei dollars for such a irkl nf thiivM insvl
nrrowiy In mljus the teUitons ol gfl.t ami sllrrr
cnlnt ami lo hilngotwt the tfr.fn- nlMoiptMi
in the clreulatlnn of the MTrrrililur.
Many Kpliejpili.ini In llnmsluhi will ta
Inlfrntril In lhimlli.il Iter. Dr. I'IjiI, fnrmrit)
ifttm of Grate Cliurcli In 'PrWo, has htm
mvle an mtfielaie r.f ihe 1ttftrM' lrfttlnite"f
I'hllnviphy of lmilnri, In rrcrxiilthin tif It
Mper rntiltal "Comfileratlnrrt of llcrtail
8meeri' 'Data of lUliteo,' " rrwriily dcflvweil
In New Yoik. tnil Hhaftnlmiy h ptestdcnl
nf the Institute, wliltli nmlninong Ms trmn
tars rrtiay prorVnaort of Osfcint ami CamlKiiige
To carry Into tfTeet, tlw Mcttetri irmly,
width was recently ratlfed hy (lie ! Itgh.
Itllmi Jry lire Unlleil l-s Is nerrwiry. Ko
more has been mmle l.y the Intrmlacliimof 11
hill or resolution lo secure llils leinll, for Ih
Irasou (list the auH-inhueiit of the Irnly liy tlw
Hiiatc letpilrcs tint the Mettetiii Senate stall
njpil'i ratify the Imtliinirnl, After this Ihm
Ihkii itoiip, ihe president will pmtably call tta
nllentinn nf couplets tu the mil.J.-rl In a clil
message, aher whfth a remiliition will ta tnltrf
lured lo 111 ike the trtsily nKiatlre.
A milfiiiiii law to reguhte nimi.ige ami i.
voici' hi Ihe vaii"iu Halm It urged by roan)
papers In Ihe LJnilnl Ktales. 'I he New York
llrrald mj-sii "CnngrnM may M laws of
naliiraluitloil, hml ruplcy, isipyrighl, pilrnti,
tie., but il nuy not duol with what is of railly
more lmHirt.ince lo Ihr welfare (if Ihe ei.pb(
nimely 1 llieiniril.il liws. 'Ih evils r.f our
varying and conflicting liws of maiilage and
divoice me notorious. 'Ihere is but out
remi-dy, and thai Is a iinifnnn Uw. Coni'iess
should hare power tu enact inch, and this
would alv cnihte It lo ileal most elfectirely
The San l-'rancisco Chronicle sass tin pri
nle ndvkcs receiveil hy the City of I'jpeiie
from Tahiti state that (he bids fur Ihe carriage
of the mills talwecn this mit and Tahiti were
owiieil, when it was found tint a hid from a
Trench gcnltuniii mined Ganiot was made to
can) the mails hy strainers, sii Honolulu, lor
iSo.vjo francs. The stipulations for a new
contract by sailing vessel arc that Ihi-y must
lie over 500 tons register. This will tide out
the luig Tahiti, which Is only 276 Ions, 'the
writer slated that it was barely possible that
the contract would lie awarded prior to the
milingof the next mail nml if so the chinrcs
were in favor of the steim service, which is
far below what was exvctc.l. If successful, a
regular monthly steamer would run from
Tahiti lo I lonolulu and thence to ' Knsco hy
the rcgulir lines of steamers.
I.cttcrs received in Honolulu from French
Guiini, dated in January last, state that the
greatest excitement prevail there in conse
quence nf the rediscovery of gold In paying
quantities, and thai rcgulir exodusofall classes
from many towns his lieen the result; fimilies
living there are without servants, tradesmen
like bakers and butchers without help, and It
is willi the greatest difficulty that existence in
such a climitc can be nude endurable. In
the ncighlMirinp, colonies of Surinam, lielong
lug tn the Dutch, and of Deinerara with
Itcrbice, occupied by the i'.nglish, no such
excitement exists, ihe very nature of the coun
try rendering it Impossible even to suppose
tint minerals could exist at any distance fiom
the upper ranges, l-'or many miles fro-n the
seashoic the soil is alius hi of the very richest
kind, although of recent foimap'on, and nut.
side of this tuns a reef nf sand, In which the
debris of vessels and the remains of anchors
arc from ttme-to time brought to light, proving
I hat Ihe alluvial intervening has Liken ihe
place of the ocean. The large rivers, the
Orinoco, the I'sseiuiho, the Deinerara, the
Iteihicc, the Corcntyn, the Surinam, have nil
been explored, anil hitherto evidences of gold
have not liccn found. The writer of "ihe In
formation from C.i)cnne does not describe the
locality, .and wc may therefore infer that il is
in the head waters of the Oyak, or in the
primitive rocks amongst which those waters
llow that the find his been made. I'or Ihe
moment, in French Guiana, every liody who
can 1 off to the gold region is Ihere.
ffollilll'j .1 ilWrfllf.lll litre J.I lull.
liy the last steamer fium Ihe Australiui
Colonies, a letter was received fiom a young
nun recently hcie who went down 011 the City
of S)dney. He hat this to say alxmt Haitian,
who went hy Ihe same boat ; " At Auckland
Ihiil.ii! received a first taste nf the approach
ing Australian welcome. A large crowd had
assembled at the Auckland pier and greeted
the chimpion of the woild with some heaily
cnngratul.ilory iheers, lo which the champion
replied in a manly stieech, brief, modest yet
to the point, made Ironi the S)ilney' hurricane
deck. When we reached Sydney, ll.1nl.1n was
seiieil hy a number of spoiling men of high
social standing--among them I.ajcocl;, Peach
and other pullers who UurJe.l the Sydney
before she had reached her anchorage. A few;
minutes later he was scaled hi a launch head
ing for the shore. The crowd that had
collected at the quay of usual landing were
disappointed, for, lo avoid the crush, the com
mittee landed at Mmc-Sticct Whaif and
Cfnrted the hero of the hour lo his hotel
without any hhiderance. Hut the hthpiuhle
New South Wrbh hearts weie not to lw
di-nicd. I lanlau was soon Unc.iilhcd by the rt
IHttaiit cilirrns, and a public icceplUm (or
Monday hid to be siraiignt taliue he could
free himself, fiom the attentions of the hordes
of his new-found (lien. Is. The said reception
of Monday was a thorough success. lMh
llanlin and Tiiclctl were gutted most en
ihusijstically the highest lubutc MitsibIe lot
hard-hit S)ilne topn) lo llictkill of (lievicl.ir
md the honesty of Ihe vaiupiUhcd in that Ioiiij
to ln lemcmbeteil strurjgleon IhcThatncs a
hrvv yens ago, the tesull o( which so com
plctcly piralyteil ihe spoiling vsmM of Aus-
tialli at the time. Kvrr since that the girat
oarsnim hat taen kept busy at receptions,
plensuic liha, dhmcrs, races, and so on. lie
has Just gone (10 days after nnival) In hi
liainlng iU4irrMin the I'aiamilta liitrr, for,
wc hear, he it alnwdy nutchnl for his Tint
event. We aie, all proud 0 ihe uniclfch wiy
In which Auar.vlii has irceivol th.i man wlio,
hut a few months, ago, by a few lighlnhi;
lUshesof his woiidciful imldle (iiHiclnl su.h
leuibte pdn on bet pri.lef Prviuuiinc lUulan
In luveUioie always pulk.l 'on iiM!piiie--stlitvh
evny one hetlises he lus done
such hcaitlness f Btceliissj ami wch warm
hiMpiiality as he Is injojiog t Vrwnt m.tt
gutify him lniHieiily (g( course l( wihiU) If
iml of 4acc In liitt ill-lnfianyitciiniisnse
tui ji.Ksil.lc rniMiclary uciificci In the atut of
ileill)). ThtoHly thing we, who like tint
mau, most fear U, that the .1.VI1 a'iII K
canksl 100 far, ' kom i onu Ihlnfl .lat
litU.ii U quite anolhcl, I'oi llankn's own
jke, I ho.', tv.wevcr, (rut enough wilt l
tutCcisiit. At any talc, if tlw 4ucky ad
lewfic sfuller ihinn'i g.t ou iwne ctafr.
rv..r awrtiKr iJi 01 ins osn.i ime W4im i.immu
in Caoiilua Iimiis might n su (41 as to my
, met lean tant will It st Uwiintiin; thrtwufi
ailllc4n. vtktM HMm'as Uc utytt tsssslml
iIkmii o( ita ctwidtMsafil paillo lb Dmnkiinit
ami, ia lift, In llui wh.Jfijiinui.inil) of New
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and lit superior lo Itilck Chiufms.
r'AINH'-RS' AND OWZir.Ri- GOODS.
In -n vailrlii now due frtoi IIo?ifkin( pit Uiic
" Helena "
CW .al tn quahlitiee tn suit and at laacil marlel
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-SCIJAHIC STEAMSHIP COMPANY
JIr Maiur.cenl,New, and F.lcai.1 Sreaoulup.
MAIUI'OS.1 uiul XJ.AMIWA
Will Uv Honolulu aoi Sj.ii JnnKifttt
on 1 1, vf
Ifit nml lTith or Kioh Month.
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will he Jj-jcJ xIti. tf UicgBi fjrr Ly the Qa
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STEAM NAVIGATION COMlANY'5
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Will ru KuUftjrfor KOKA an-I K.U,
Lares Honolulu at 4 P. M,;
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Dins, c.ni.UA.t.W. lesrvs Honolulu every lueidar
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luouitf aoi.ca at llti.M.ild every uihiay monkijir;.
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