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WEDNKSDAY, APRIL 15, 1885.
StmrC It lliehop finm Kauai, Wnlalua
Stmr lwalutil for Uunia1.ua
Sclir Kntilkeaoull for Koholalole
S S Mariposa for S.in Francisco
Hchr Mlllu Mollis for I.nnal
Hk Mnthlldo for 11 C
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stnir.Ias Makec for Knpan
31k Ualbiulcn for San Francisco
Stmr Mnknlll for Wind wnul Port
VESSELS IN PORT.
Steam JJktno Morning Star, Hray
,Shi Iniporiitor. llolx
Bk Calbarlcn, Hubbard
Tor Kauai, per stmr Planter, April 1-1
Alex Young, llev A O Foi bos, Rev
A II Smith, llev Leonore, Bro Beitiam,
(leo Miiudon, V .T Champmau, C 12
Sheldon, II Langer, 0 W Splnt, E I.
Kauai, B Gucireio and wife, Mrs J
Guerrero and 2 children.
For San Fianclsco, per S S Mariposa,
Apill 15 Judge ltllng, Miss Hopper,
Mis .1 A Hopper, Mrs Lack, Miss Lack
Mrs W Ii Hopper and child, Major
Hammond, Mr and Mrs J 11 Jcwctt, Mr
and Mrs C Macfailano, Mr 0 Xotley,
V M Swnnzy, Miss 12 Sachs, A lllnkle,
0 T Urigstock, L H Austin, G W Sher
wood, J Cahral, sister and infant. H .1
McCoy and wife, 11 .1 Henjes, Tather
Albert, CapFO IOrange, wife and II
children, Mr and Mrs C Hobbs, Mrs
Mills and child, W 1' Toler, Mm W P
Toler, Mrs J T McCiosson and 2 child
ren, S Frame, It Hans.cn, wife and child,
Yam Yau, II Mc.ul. .1 Mills, T.a Won. J
lIMcnlli. Clilng You, J Lcnelian, Lee
Kec Ten. T Maloncy, D Maloncy, S H V
Goulct, T Mnldoon, .1 B Norris, B F
Halloniau, K Smith, .1 Cullen, It Baker,
.1 Murray, It Montroy, A Hamilton It
Gambc, II W Krugcr, A Horner, T II
Fisehel, U T Hoyt, A Densburg, G It
"Wood, J Johnson, G Gllkins, 11 Hibbs,
wife and son, MattMoran.
The tcrnEva sailed this day for San
Francisco. She took O'M'2 bags of sugar
and SSO bags of i ice Valued $3l),2S0.
Stmr Jas Makec sails to-morrow at 5
l" Ji for Kapaa.
The S S Mariposa took 3(1,1-10 bags of
sugar, 2130 bags of 1 Ice, 2-127 bunches of
banas, 2G0 bills of sugar cane, 274 bills
of grccu hides, 17 bills of "liecp skins,
15 boxes of leaves, 10 boxes of roots and
1 sack of gold and silver coin (3,S!)-1.-08).
Total domestic value, 9213,074:.-1(J.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thk usual weekly prayer meetings
at Fort Street and the Bethel Union
churches, this evening.
Tin: Yosemitc skating rink will be
open this evening as usual to the
public in general.
Ax interesting account of the
Mardi Gras at New Orleans will be
found on our fourth page.
Tub Supreme Court will
Banco Friday, and divorce
will bo heard Satin day.
A new lot of walnut and ebony
pole cornices all complete and very
cheap at King Bros.' Art Store.
Ik you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is tho place for it,
13 Nuuanu street- 980. tf.
Tnr, Alameda leaves SauFraneiscp
this afternoon at 3 o'clock, and will
be due here next Wednesday morn
Y. Anin gives notice that he will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted in his name without his writ
. II. R. II. Princess Liliuokalani and
party started yesterday on a tour
round this island, and will probably
return on Saturday.
Thk T. M. S. S. City of Sydney
will be due from San Francisco any
time after noon of Saturday. She
will bring dates up to tho lltlior 12th
Lyons & Levey will hold their
regular cash bale to-morrow morning
at 10 o clock. 1 urniture, crockery
and glassware, sngar, Cal. potatoes,
etc., will be offered.
ESTKiiDAY morning, Lord Klphin
stone and Mr. James Ashbury, M.
P. were presented to II. M. Queen
Emma, by II. 1$. M.'s Commissioner
Major J. II. Wodehouse.
Tnn olllcers and teachers of the
Bethel Sunday School are requested
to meet at the residence of tho Roy.
E. C. Oggel, Nuuanu Valley, to
morrow evening at 7.30 o'clock.
Tin: Woman's Cluistian Temper
ance, Union will meet on Thursday
afternoon at half-past two in the
parlors of the Y. M. C. A. All
ladies interested in the temperance
cause will be welcome.
Thk Yoscinite skating rink was
well filled last evening, the attraction
being prize skating for a handsome
cake. A number of young ladies
contested for tho prize, which was
awarded to Miss Minnie Hart, who
was declared the most
Wuo Is going to bo tho first landi
lord to reduce tho prevailing high
rents? Wc shall be glad to chroni
cle his name.
Tun regular monthly meeting of
the Myitlo Boat Club' will bo hold
this evening at 7.30 o'clock. A full
attendance is requested.
Mn. C. T. lloyt the horscshoer
left by the Mariposa, and will return
on the same vessel, when he will re
open his shoeing shop on King street.
At the Bethel church this evening,
after tho lcgular prayer meeting, a
business meeting will be held in the
vestry, when some important matters
will be brought up.
m i i
Tun stockholders of tho Honokaa
Sugar Company are notified that a
special meeting will be held at the
office of F. A. Schaefer & Co., on
Friday next at 10 a. jr.
Kkmumbuu the challenge race at
the Central Park skating rink to
night. It will be an exciting event,
no doubt. The contestants will be
stai tod punctually at 7:30 o'clock.
. . c
To-Monnow evening the San
Francisco Dramatic Company will
play "Fanchon the Cricket." There
will be a grand matinee performance
on Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock.
Oun many readers will be glad to
know that Miss Annis Montague and
Mr. Charles Turner will give a series
of five concerts before they leave us.
No dates as yet have been deter
Mu. George Augustus Sala ar
rived in Melbourne all right, and
there met his wife. He has been
thoroughly inspected, dined, wined
and feted. His nose comes in for a
large share of attention.
To-Monnow morning, at Mr.
Adams' salesrooms at 12 o'clock
noon, will be sold, 1 case of leaf
tobacco, 1 case of scraps and fillings
and 000 cigars, being the same dis
trained from the premises of George
Wood for nonpayment of rent.
It will be remembered that in the
recent equity appeal of David Mc
Donald vs. assignees of Kennedy &
Co., Justice McCully gave his de
cision in favor of McDonald. Yes
terday before the full court this de
cision was reversed.
Oxi: of the steerage passengers
by the Mariposa nearly got left. He
arrived on the wharf as the vessel
was leaving. However, he got on
to the bow line and was taken up on
deck in that manner. His baggage,
which was done up in a grain sack,
Tnn regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A. will be held at the
Association rooms at 7:30 o'clock
to-morrow (Thursday) evening.
The board of directors meet at 7
o'clock sharp. A full attendance is
desired, as business of importance
will be transacted.
By order of M. Green and W. F.
Reynolds, assignees of tho bankrupt
estate of Kennedy & Co. , Lyons &
Levey are instructed to sell on
Wednesday, April 22nd, at 12
o'clock noon, at their salesroom, tho
stock-in-trade, book debts and good
will of said firm of Kennedy & Co.
Last evening, Dr. Henri McGrew
celebrated the ( ?) anniversary of his
birthday, by giving an elegant danc
ing party at the Herbert residence,
Waikiki. A large number of invited
guests were present, who speak in
the highest terms of this most enjoy
Tin: departure of the Kinau yes
terday afternoon was witnessed by
a large crowd of people. The Royal
Hawaiian Band was present, and
played "God Save the Queen" in
honor of Lord Elphinstone and Mr.
James Ashbury, and as the steamer
left her moorings struck up with the
Hawaiian National Anthem.
The Honolulu Rifles hnd a good
drill last evening, after which a short
discussion took place as to where the
full dress parade should be held.
Why not havo it out on the Makiki
parade ground some Saturday after
noon where everybody could witness
it. With the Royal Hawaiian Band
in attendance it would be a great
Tins noon a young man was run
ning a cumbersome looking tricycle
on the sidewalk on Queen streot,
thereby compelling pedestrians to
move out on to the road. The road
is the proper place for such ma
chines, and we would advise the
young man to practise a little in pri
vate, or else he will cause trouble
on our streets.
The annual meeting of the Y. M.
C. A. was held Inst evening, with a
good attendance. The following
ofllccis were elected for tho ensuing
year: President, J. B. Athcrton;
Vice-President, J. A. Dower ; Secre
tary, II. i'odmore ; Treasurer, Win.
Clark. The remainder of the even
ing, after the mcetiug was over, was
spent in social conversation, and
some excellent refreshments were
The Post-ofllco despatched by the
Mariposa this noon, 2727 letters and
774 papers, being from Honolulu
only, ns the S. S. Australia took all (
tho Islands mail in the olllcc on
The following were the largest
shippers of sugar by tho Mariposa:
W. G. Irwin & Co., 10,303 bags;
F. A. Schaefer & Co., 8,071 bags;
C. Brewer & Co., G,9olJ bags; T. II.
Davies& Co., 3,288 bags; M. S.
Grinbaum & Co. 3,129 bags.
It is possible that a now Secretary
for the Y. M. C. A. may arrive on
tho Mariposa's return trip, in the
person of Mr. S. G. Fuller, a nativo
of Lowell, Mass. lie has worked
under Mr. McCoy at that place, and
is a very suitable person for such
work. Mr. Fuller is at present in
The Marfposa left at noon, with a
very large cargo, and a good passen
ger list. Tho Royal Hawaiian Band
was on the wharf, and as the vessel
left played "The Star Spangled
Banner," in honor of Judge Rising,
and "God save the Queen" in honor
of Mr. F. M. Swanzy, and finally
Geo. W. De Long Post held its
regular monthly meeting last even
ing. Mr. Joseph Tilden being pre
sent was at once mustered in as a
member. The election of officers
to fill vacancies was next proceeded
with. Comrade N. B. Emerson,
senior Vice-Commander, was elected
Post Commander in place of Samuel
Nott, resigned. Comrade James
T. White was elected senior Vice
Commander, and Comrade Joseph
Tilden was elected Officer of tho
Opiiklia My lord, as I was serving in
Lord Hamlet, with Ills doublet all un
No lint upon his head; his stockings
TJngartcred, and down-gyved to his
l'alc as his shirt; his knees knocking
And with a look so piteous In purport
As if lie had been loosed from hell to
Honors he conies before me.
The spring styles of Stetson Hats
are now to hand and are rapidly
going off. M. McIneuny.
Bofore Police Justice Bickerton.
Mike Sullivan, charged with
drunkenness, was fined 85 and 81
costs. Ah See pleaded not guilty
of having opium in possession, and
was remanded until the 17th. Ed.
Delix, charged with larceny of a
watch, the property of J. F. Day
ley, valued at 898, was remanded
until the 10th. Ah Ning was tried
for attempting to leave the King
dom without a passport. Officer
Mehrtens stated that when the S. S.
Australia was leaving, just before
the gang plank was hauled in, he
found defendant on board dressed
as a fireman. Had seen him change
his clothing on the wharf. He had
no passport and went on board with
the other men carrying bananas, in
that way passing the Quartermaster
at the gangway. His Honor found
him guilty and he was fined 830 and
Tuesday, Arnit. 14th.
Justice Austin presiding.
The two following cases arc 3et by
agreement for trial on Thursday,
April 23rd: Wa Leong el ol., vs. J.
II. Soper, Marshal ; Appeal of Iler
ing from commissioners, etc.
Yee Long Sen et al. , vs. Hee Ping
ct ul., ejectment. Kinney & Peter
son for plaintiff, A. S. Ilartwell for
defendant. The case was tried be
fore a foreign jury who rendered
verdict for plaintiffs and 8225. The
Court orders judgment for 807.50.
Before Justice McCully.
In Probate, in the estate of Chau
Tiu. F. A. Schaefer paid into Court
82,587.42, the property of decedent.
The Court orders that the clerk pay
85 weekly to the widow and 85
weekly to D. F. Sandford for the
Wednesday, Ai-iul 15th.
M. S. Grinbaum it Co. vs. Jane
S. Reed, assumpsit. Kinney &
Peteison for plaintiffs. The Court
gave n verdict for the plaintiffs for
the amount claimed.
A story from London states that
to spare extra expenses, a wedding
party consisting of six persons drovo
to tho church in one cab, five inside
and one on the box. After the cere
mony was over, tho clergyman began
to oddress a, few appropriate words
to the newly-married couple. While
he was speaking the bridegroom
made his way to the clerk and said :
"I say, I wish you'd ask your guv'
nor to cut it short, as wo've hired
the cab by the hour."
An exchange remarks that red
headed people are apt to be decep
tive. We know it. The number of
bottles of hair-dye annually consumed
by such people proves the statement.
Burlinqton Free Press,
Macaulay wa3 one of tho most
paiticular authors as to punctuation, .
and his works can be recommended I
as models to those who desiro to '
gain a knowledge of the art. Jeffrey, I
tho first editor of the Edinburgh I
Jtctiicw, prided himself upon his I
ability in punctuating. Lord Cock- I
bum iaid of him: "There was no
one of the friends of his later ncqui- i
sition for whom he had greater ad- j
miration or regard than Lord Mac
aulay, and ho testified the interest
Which he took in this great writer's
fame , by a proceeding which, con
sidering his ago and position, is not
unworthy of being told. This judge,
of 71, revised the proof sheets of
Macaulay' s first volumes of 'Tho
History of England' with the dili
gence and minute care of a corrector
of the press toiling for bread, not
merely suggesting changes in tho
matter and the expression, but at
tending to the very commas and
colons a task which, though hum
ble, would not be useless, because it
was one nt which long practice had
made him very skilful ; indeed, he
used to boast that it was one of his
peculiar excellences. On returning
a proof to an editor of the Jievicic,
he says: "I have myself rectified
most of the errors, and made many
valuable verbal improvements in a
small way. But my great task has
been with the punctuation, on which
I have, as usual, acquitted myself
to admiration. And indeed this is
the department of literature in which
I feel that I most excel, and on
which I am therefore most willing
to stake my reputation!" Dean
Alford flattered himself that he was
able to punctuate. "I have some
satisfaction in reflecting," he saj-s,
"that in the course of editing the
Greek text of the New Testament,
I believe I have destroyed more
than a thousand commas, which pre
vented the text being properly
understood." To this Mr. Washing
ton Moon retorted that the great
enemy to understanding the Dean's
sentences was the want of commas."
All the Year Hound.
The letter p's usefulness to pneu
monia is about like that of the hus
band of a boss milliner. Pittsburg
"Is your son through with college,
Mr. Oldboy V" "N no, not exact
ly. Tho college is through with
A certain Holidaysburg young
man asked an Altoona belle at the
rink the other evening if she "had a
taste for literature." "Oh, I don't
know," she replied; "I believe I
have never eaten any." Altoona
"Have you embraced all the
opportunities here offered you for
prosecuting your studies?" asked
the doctor. And the sophomore
blushed and he said he believed he
had embraced them all, except the
cook, and she was too big for him to
reach around. Brooklyn Eagle.
A twelve-year old boy entered a
news-stand, threw down 13 cents,
and said: "Gimme 'The One-Eycd
Demon of the Ditches,' Crimson
Handed Bill ; or, The King of the
Highwaymen.' and 'Sal Slumpkins,
tho Queen of the Shop-Lifters, ' of
the Half-Dime scries." And yet
an English review once snecringly
asked: "Who reads an American
book?" Norrisloxon Herald.
Stern,-Parent "Here, my son,
what is this? You were not at school
all last week." Astonished Boy
"How do you know?" Indignant
Father "Your teacher told me."
Wary Boy "Did he sec me?"
Wrathful Papa "No, not once."
Triumphant Boy "Then how docs
he know I wasn't there?" Brook
An exchange says tho following
dialogue actually occurred between
two ministers recently: Rev. Mr.
A., who drove two horses, met Rev.
Mr. 13., who drove one horse attached
to a buggy. Mr. B. Brother A.,
how does it happen that you need
two horses? Brother (J. of the
Methodist Church has only one
horse, and Brother D. of the Baptist
Church drives only one horse, and
I have only one. Why do you need
two horses?" Brother A. " Be
cause I am not a one-horse
The Alabama Legislature has at
tacked the evil of intemperance in a
novel manner. It has enacted a law
fining a man 8100 if he gets drunk
out of his own house.
The"Daily Bulletin "
Is for sale immediately aftor publica
tion, at the following places:
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Morchanl St.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant SI.;
Mossr.' WOLFE t EDWARDS', corner
&lng and Nuuanu Sis.;
Mr. HINGLEY'S Soda Stand, Klntj St.;
Mr. DONNOLLY'S, "The Fountain," Fort
COTTAOE containing rooms, on
Fort Street, No. 200. Apply to
A. C. BMITII.
tt A. S. Hartwell'a oillcc.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
c Hardware uompanv
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Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing
Goods, and General Merchandise-
Jiibl received Eddy's Refrigerators and Ice diets, new styles of Clinmlelici.s
and Library Lumps, Stoves and Uangcs lveroicnc Oil Stoves.
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A Horse ! a Horse ! My Kingdom for a Horse. King Richard.
The Fast Trotting Stallion
Having purchased this celebrated Stallion from MR. JAMES CAMPBELL, I
hereby notify the public that he will tand the present season sit my headquarters,
corner of Punchbowl and Queen Street (Captain Cluney's). Terms for the sea
son, S.')0; to insure. 100.
Vi'iituie Is it itch chestnut color, 10 hand-, high, ami weigh about 1,1001b'..
In stiucturc he is the pietiuo of gt cut muscular power, and in iippcaianee, tem
perament and disposition, he U faiillle.-. Full of lire and gentleness, he is with
out speck or blemish. As a stock lioisc ho is having extiaordinary suceei-s; Ids
numerous piogcny, botli in California and in this country, attest this fact, several
of them being able to tint low down, and one of his daughters (Venus) can trot
lu 2.25. Venus is also the dam of Transit, which is said to be the, most promising
two-vear-old in California. lie dotted a niilo last season, as a yearling, in 'J.lJi.
Vcntme. cho-tiiut lior-e, foaled in
Oakland, California; by Belmont, he by
1st ilimi, JIHs Jlostyn, by AmciU'im itoy,
:inl (liuii,lnimitc(l I.iulj Motii,byTenIen.
Itli ilam, liiMiliil, by WIiitfl.fr.
mil ilam, Helen, by Hainblrttmlaii.
iitli (lain, Misun, b (Helton.
Till (lain, Diowf-y, by Dmiie.
Mil (lam, by Old Kiik'laml.
'.itli (linn, by Cullen Aiiibian.
loth (lam, Miss Cade, b Cade.
lltb (lain,. Miss MaKcless, Minor t.ic hound.
Iluluioiil, by Ahum lean Hoy.
lnt limit. Impelled I'liuiellii, lij ('mniix.
Jliil until, ny iveniieis unn .neuoc.
Ill offeiing the -eriee-, of thk lior-e to the public I make one claim for him,
which is that he Is the hlghe-l hied trotting stallion in the woild, living or dead,
and in Mipporl of this claim 1 am willing to submit it to au authniity that can be
obtained, anil If bo is not. then I will foifelt all my claims to hor-c, knowledge. It
will be tcen that Ills pedlgiee lepie-ents a union of the piiu-st blood of the English
and American thoroiighbicd nicer, nuu of his giaml dams, as alo one of his gieat
giiind dain, being linpoited finm England to the Tnllcd .States. When Venture
was on the turf, about eight years ago. he was at that time the eeiisatlonal hoie of
tlie, I'acillo Coast, and the spoitlng p.ipeis in the Kast. that were, alwnyri po much
opposed to t mining blood in the Hotter, commenced picking away at his pedigree,
trying to tiud a cold cio-s in It, at the same time declaring that it was pimply im
possible for a tiictly thoroughbred hoic to hot as fast as he was then dotting;
but at last they had to give it up, and admitted the fact that he was a strictly
thoroughbred lior-e, but declined him a phenomenon, and weiu unable to account
for his great speed at the trotting gait, lint the fame of his .she, old ilclinout, is
almost world-wide, and It Is a well-known fact his blood nicked better with thu
trotting families than that of any other thoioughbied horse ever known, as, lu
addition to Venture, two other llioioughbreil sons of his, capt. Webster anil Owen
Dale, were said to havo possessed great speed at the trot. HeMdes these, lie slied
the dams of Hello Echo, 2:20; l'lora Shepherd, 2:;:0; Monarch, 2:28; Xelly
j'litcliun. 2:27J4; Hustle, aillO; which Is a uliowlng that a great many of the best
trotting bred horses cannot equal. Mr. 1'atilek Kaircll, who Is one of the most
experienced drivers on thu r.iellli! Coast, told mo thu last time that I sawlihn, that
Vcntuic was tho fastest Hotter thitt ho ever pulled a line over, and that if his
temper had not been souicd in his youth by had bundling, he believed that hi:
would have equaled, If not surpassed, all thu leuoids ever made, and that lie could
show a two-iuliiutc gait with him to a wagon, but lu company ho would become
wild, on account of Ids hot blood, and was often beaten by hoises that could hardly
run as fust as hu could tiot. Ills reconl of 2:27).i which was no measure of his
speed, was made at thu Oakland track in 187". In a race winch ho won, beating
Alexander, Gtis, (Jcueral Heno and Hilly llayward, this being ids last public
It is thought by soniu people that an aged hoio Is not as good a producer as a
young one, hut no gi eater mistake could possibly bo made. Indeed, thu opposite
Is claimed by many largo bleeders, and instances are so numerous of horses siring
their best foals nt an advanced ago that the above Iheoiy lias long ago been ex
ploded. Impelled Dioined was twenty-fuven yeai.s old when he shed Sir Archy,
ids best son; llonnlu Scotland, who died only a few years ago, sired Luke Itlaek
biirn and George Klniiuj , by far tho best of his gel, after ho was twenty-five; Im
ported l.eanilngtnii slied lioijuols, his best son, tho last year that hu Ihed, at
twenty-llo. Among tiotteis may he mentioned Volunteer, thu she of St. JuIIen,
who Is thhtv-oiio years old this spiing, and is said to bo as lively and vigorous ns
hn ever was', and his voung foals as piomUIng as any that hu eer got. Old JIu
mlltonlaii died In March, lb7u, aged twenty-seven yeais, but sired two foals the
last days of his life, and onu of them, called llamlltonlan's hist, niailu a trotting
iccord of 2:254 thu past season, and tho other ouu Is said to bo equally as fast.
With these facU befoio us, It Is plain that tho ago of a horse, lias nothing to do
with Ills success as a siru. 1 think myself that tlieni Is a gieat deal in tho condi
tion that a lioisu is kept, for an animal th.it is well-fed and cared for, with plenty
of exercise, will beget better foals than ouo that Is turned loose and never Rtable'd
or fed grain. -
Ventiiio is twentv-two yearn old this spi lug, and with the caio that I intend
to givu hint, I expect him to she better foals than he over has before. He is a
lemaikably sine bleeder. Mr. Canipbell as-ines mo that ho has never bred a
mare to him yet thai did not pioducu a foal, and his many beautiful colts, now on
Mr. C.'s ranch, sins woith a long journey to seo; and now as ho Is to bo kept so
convenient to the general public, no ouu owning a good niaro should bo so blind to
their own lutcicst as to neglect the oppoitunlty of obtaining his blood wlillu they
have thu chance.
For any additional pailiculais apply at Punchbowl and Queen street.
O. 33. ItEXlLESis, 3?r'opi-ietor.
Honolulu, Apill 10, 18S5. 102 lm
" 7Tri-- , FvPPV.,
TEST, COPPER AND
lSlil!, bred by
Henry Williamson, Esq.,
he lii' Seagull, he by Iiu-
'.'int itani, by I'm than.
Siililuiii, I'mwi, 1i) Tiiimpntnr.
Itli (linn, l'l imt'llii, by lIlKbllycr.
fith iluiii, I'lniiil-u, 1 iini.
(.(Ii (lain, .luliii, by llliink.
Tib (lain, hM't luloi-' clam, by l'aitnci.
Mliilntii, Iloiiuj Lie-sliy Hay lloltoii.
'Jib (lam, by l)ailu' Aiabimi.
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