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WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, 188G.
Sohr Eliukal from Walalao
Stmr Jus Mtikcc from Wnlatiao nnd
, , DEPARTURES.
Schr Eliuknl for Walalna
Schr Dora Bluliin for San Francisco
Schr Kc Au Hon for ICaunakaknl
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Jas Makeu for Kllnuuii, llaualel,
Knpaa and lliiniiinnulu at 5 p m
Missionary bktno Morning Star for tlio
S S Islands
VESSELS IN POnT.
Uk Star of Devon, Lovcll
llktne Morning Star, Tin nor
Fr seer lliiniinonla, Arnanl
Gcr schr Mary O llohm,
Gcr bk Furst IMsmuiek, Vnnder Vlng
Iigtne W O Irwin, McColloeh
Schr W S Bowm-, Paul
Norwegian bark Aurora, Sntterland
Oi-r bk F 0 Sloben, Jlrulni
Jik Ulrmali, 0 II Jonas
Am bktnc Etucka, Leo
Bk lloldcn, Joycnon
Brit bk Isle of Eilu, Nicholson, from
Liverpool, due July 15-31.
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, fiom
Boston, due August 20-31.
Brit ship Amaua, from Liverpool, duo
Haw brig Alllc Kowe, J Philips, from
Hongkong, due June lu-DO.
Am bug Salin.i, Make, from San
Franolsco, dun at Kahuhtl, Juno 20-2(1.
Bol bark Don Nicola, Koss, from
Port Townscnd, WT, duo Julv 20-1(1.
Am scbrlda Schilnuer, fiom Eureka,
Cal, due at Kahuhii, July 20-I10.
Nie bk Klmljio, llowaid. from De
parture Bay, B 0, duo June 25-30.
For San Francisco, per schr Dora
Bluhm, July 2t Mr Clias Ncllson.
For Kauai, per stmr Iwalani. July 20
Miss Maiy Von Holt, Miss Bertha
Von Holt, Miss S Chapin, J T Water
house, Jr. Masters Ernest, John and
George Waterhouse, Miss Elsie Water
house, T Kalaeoue and setvnnr, Oapt C
Ahlboru, Mr Gay, Miss E V Hall, Miss
Pinder, IJuv 0 M Hyde, Hon E L
Kauai and wife, O Soholtz, Miss Ka
onohi, and aboiit 120 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Jas Makec 1.392 paddy, 37 hogs, and
32 green hides.
The Itigi sailed this morning.
The schr Doia Bluhm sailed this p m
for San Francisco with fl.SGO bags of
sugar weighing 1,132,017 lbs, valued at
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The usual services in the churches
A dramatic company is expected
by the Australia to-monow.
Tin: S. 8. Australia is duo hero to
morrow from San Francisco.
Crews of the Myrtle Boat Club
practice at lowing every evening.
A young white lad was tfovcrely in
jured in the eye while playing base
ball on the plains yesterday after
noon. Mr. Ed. Williams departs by the
next steamer for tho Coast, with the
intention of residing permanently in
The attention of sea captains is
called to Mr. Levey's advertisement
of charts, for sale at 10 o'clock to
Tm: upper floor of tho Lack build
ing was superbly decorated to-day, in
honor of the opening of the fancy
The "Morning Star" will sail for
Micronesia to-morrow afternoon,
22nd inst. Farewell exercises will bo
held on board at 2 r. m. All are in
vited to bo present.
While the Norwegian bark Iiigi
was sailing through the passago on
her way .to sea tins' morning she
dipped her (lag thicu times and was
Answered by the Aurora.
The hark Airmail is dibcharging
very slowly. She put out only 5,000
t)rieks and two tons of coal yester
day. When discharging tho coal sho
lost six.buckots-full overboard.
The annual recitations and dis
tribution of prizes at lolani College
will occur at 2 o'clock, i u. to-morrow.
Athletic exercises will follow at
S :30. Tho friends of tho school aie
The tea party that was to have
been given at Kaumakapili Church
this evening, will bo held in tho yard
of thoGovorninont Building instead,
where about twenty tcntB have been
erected for tho occasion.
Mr. Burger's electric light was ex
hibited at tlio Foundry last evoning
to a fair numbor of spectators. The
apparatus and wires aro in perfect
working older, and tho exhibition
this evening, at l'alaco Squaro, is
expected to hu a brilliant success and
The Honolulu Rifles, having re
ceived no oiders from headquarters,
will not paiticipato in tho battalion'
drill this evening, but they aio re
quested to meet at tho Armory early
this evening, for an informal talk
mid to hear tho icpoit of tho now
The closing oxercfhcs of Fort street
School will bo held to-morrow. In
tlio morning, begining at 0 o'clock,
tlioro will bo an oral review of tho
( year's work. At 1 o'clock in tho
.nftyrnooii will commence thu decla
im itions, Ac. Parents, frionda and
tho general public art) invited to al
Sin. L. J. Lovoy, tho auctioneer,
has JJ salon to-morrow. At 10 o'clock,
A. M. his regular cash sale, when dry
goods, groceries, sugar, furniture, and
a top buggy will be oil'ercd. At tho
same hour thy goods, Ac, belonging
to tho stock of Mr. llohcllo will bo
disposed of. At 12 noon tho oflecls
of a bankrupt estate will ho submitt
ed to public competition. Particulars
aio given in om ailvei Using columns.
Picture Frames and Cornices
made to order, old Frames repaired,
rcgilded, etc. King Bros'. Art Store.
The most popular resort in tho
city nro tho Elite Ico Cream Pailois
Delicious Ice Creams, Ices, Cakes
and Candies always on hand. 73
Dr. Fmnt'h Heart Remedy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
ease and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circulation. Desciiptivo book
with every bottle. Benson Smith &
Co., Agents. Sol'
By the steamer Zealandia the Lead
ing Millinery House of phas. J.
Fishol has received a fine line of
Gent's Neckwear, Unlaundrcd Shirts,
Fiench Kid Gloves and Slippers tho
genuine article, Swiss Edgings, all
ovor Laces. Full line of Ladies,
Misses and Childien's Hats, Feathers,
Ornament, etc. Call at once and in
spect his stock. 74
Patronize Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hinglcy, Cigar
Manufacturer, at tho Crystal Soda
Works, where ho is prcpaied to fill all
orders at the lowest possiblo whole
salo prices. Ibland orders solicited
and promptly filled. Tho attention
of dealers is respectfully invited to
the fact "no license is required" to
sell these cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. Hirigley, nor the place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel btreet.
PAHALA ENGLISH SCHOOL.
Friday, the lGth July, at the Pa
hala English School House, Hawaii,
the annual examination and exhibi
tion of the 1'a.lmla, Kau, English
School was held. The school house
was filled with the scholars of the
school, who took a deep interest in
the exercises, which were highly
creditable to the participants. Tho
following is a synopsis of the pro
gramme : "Song of the Vale," with
organ accompaniment; Reading,
spelling extempore and written tran
slations into the Hawaiian and Por
tuguese languages, and vice versa,
from the Primer and First Reader ;
Song, "Ring the Bell, Watchman,"
with organ accompaniment; Hymn
in the Hawaiian language, "UiUiiki
mai," &c, organ accompaniment;
Mental and written arithmetic ; Geo
graphy; Hymn, "Old Hundred,"
organ accompaniment ; Round, "The
Bell doth Toll," organ accompani
ment; "Haste Thee Winter," organ
accompaniment; Drawing and Pen
manship; Drill, Calisthenics; Reci
tation, "The Closing Address" (a
Wednesday, July 21st.
R. S. Scrimgeour, drunkenness,
hard labor 10 days and SI costs.
Napoliona, drunkenness, hard
labor 10 days and $1.50 costs.
Wm. Daniel, contempt of Court,
Ah Wai, gaining. Discharged on
the ground of warrant being dated
14th, the acts being committed on
I. I. S. N. Co. vs. Wm. Daniel,
deserting contract service, ordered
to return. Costs 83.
I. I. S. N. Co. vs. Kauhine, set
tled out of Court. Costs 82.
A DAIMIO TO HIS SON.
A NOIII.E JAPANESE AT SCHOOL IN CALI
FORNIA PARENTAL INSTRUCTION.
A Japanese noble of the Daimio
class, has sent his son, who ranks as
a viscount, to this country to receive
an English education. Ho comes to
the care of Rev. Mr. Harris, who
has charge of the Japanese Missions
of the M. E. Church in this city.
Tho Daimio and his wife, who arc
Buddhists, but intelligently friendly
to the Christian missionaries, and
especially to Mr. Harris, gave to
their son on his departure this
affectionate and wise letter of in
struction, which we have had trans
lated for our readers, who wHl find
it very interesting. Tho young man
will enter ono of the colleges in this
May 19, the 19 th Year of Mctji.
Ruikitsu TsuoAitu Dear Son:
Having obtained a good opportunity
for realizing our long-cherished
hope, wo now permit you to resort
to, and slay in, tho United States
during five years for the prosecu
tion of vour studies. It is, however,
a serious matter for one to sever
himself from tho immediate care and
affection of his parents and bo sepa
rated by several thousand miles of
ocean. Though you will find in
Rev. M. C. Harris a good and kind
guardian, it is most important that
you should always be stanch and
resolute in purposo, presovoring and
indefatigablo in toils, assiduous anil
diligent in study ; and now that wo
aro to part with you, we lay down
the following admonitions for your
1. You should never lose your
spirit of patriotism.
2. Bo juat and upright in all
your demeanors and do not disgrace
your character as a noble.
3. While you remain in the
Uuited States yon should always
obey and ohnorvo the bwa of that
4. You should respect and ob
serve nil the teachings and counsels
of your teacher, guardian and
5. Selection of specialty is left
to your own discretion.
ti. You arc not allowed to change
at pleasure the fixed term of your
study in the United States.
7. Religious subject is entirely
left to the dictate of your own con
science. 8. In your intercourse be hum
ble, generous, careful of woid and
action, niul, above nil, be true.
!). Except at the call of iluty,
never expose yourself to any place
10. Whenever you go out, or
lodge out, you shnll first get the
permission of your teacher or guar
dian to that effect.
11. In all things bo frugal and
never indulge in vain observations.
- 12. Never be connected with
clique or party of any kind.
13. You should never stand as a
security for others.
14. Borrowing or loaning of
money is strictly forbidden.
15. The sum of thirty yen for
the ordinary and five yen for the
contingent expenses shall be allowed
every month during the continuance
of your education, which amount
you should try never to exceed. If,
however, sonic circutnstancc.of great
concern should occur, you should
apply to your teacher or guardian
for a temporary loan, and imme
diately communicate the fact with
10. Yon should seal up your
seal and other important articles
and leave them to the care of your
teacher or guardian.
17. Whenever you become in
volved in a lawsuit, cither with a
Japanese or foreigner, or have any
occasion of using your seal, except
for the regular money-order receipt,
or for somo lequirement of your
school, j'ou should without delay
communicate it with the testimony
of 3'our teacher or guardian.
18. In case of sickness you may
return according to the opinion of
19. If, for some reason, your
parents or relatives write you to
come home, you must do so without
the least delay.
20. Every change of habitation
or school is to be notified.
21. Drinking and smoking are
22. You should not enter into
indiscreet intimacy with Japanese or
23. Tho distinction of sex should
be strictly observed.
24. Even a slight case of indis
position should not be neglected.
25. All articles of others as well
as your own shall be treated with
20. You are to send letter at
least once a month, besides the case
27. You should not indulge im
moderately in plays and diversions.
28. You should pay special at
tention to sanitary matters, and
take care that your clothes, food
and habitation arc always clean and
Always bear in mind the fore
going twenty-eight articles, and be
sure to eorac home after the succes
f ul completion of your studies.
Your Affectionate Parents.
Fifty thousand acres of crops and
two villages have been destroyed by
Hoods in Hungary.
In Saxony the mistress is obliged
by law to allow tho servant girl one
pound of butter and one of coffee
per month, or the equivalent. in
money. The girl is required to
give one month's notice before leav
ing her place. The law also re
quires that each servant keep a book
for recommendations, in which after
leaving her place, her mistress is
compelled to state the cause and the
The committee of the Knights of
Labor appointed at the Cleveland
Convention havo sent a letter to
Speaker Charlisle and copies to
Messrs. Randall and Morrison con
taining a list of the measures which
it is desired that Congress should
pass. Among tho measures aro
those repealing tho Timber Culture,
Preemption and Desert Land Acts ;
adjusting railroad and other land
grants ; organising tiio Territory of
Oklahoma ; prohibiting aliens from
holding land in tho United Stales;
making Presidential and Congies
sional election days holidays, and
punishing bribery. In conclusion,
the committee says that in request
ing the passage of these bills it is
not asking anything from the domi
nant party except to fullill the pro
mises it made to the people when it
was seeking their suffrages, by
which it obtained its piusent major
There is a story tohl of Labou
chro when he was an attache of tho
British Legation at Washington
which indicates his disposition for a
joke. A visitor called one day at
the legation to see the British Min
ister. "Ho is not in," said Labou
chrc. "Never mind; I'll take a
seat and wait till ho comes." Tho
visitor was handed a chair, on which
he sat for about an hour, when ho
became rother restless and con
sulted his watch. "Look hero,"
said he, "I can't wait for ever; how
much longer will ho be?" "Well,"
said tho impudent attache, "lie left
for Canada this afternoon, and I ex
pect him back in about six weeks.
Gladstone In tho course of hU
speech delivered nt Liverpool, said :
"It was hero that I fust drcwbrcatli.
I have drawn it now seventy-six
years. The time is not distant when
1 shall pay my debt to nature and
these, possibly, arc tho last words 1
shall speak in Liverpool." Glad
stone quoted from the ballad of
"Chevy Chase," ,Tho child unborn
shall rue tho hunting of that day,"
and exclaimed: "If idle and shal
low pretexts bewilder the minds of
people, or if power, wealth and rank
overbear national sense, tho child
unborn shall rue the voting of that
day. 1 entreat you to resolve that
the civilized world shall no longer
assert that Ireland is England's Po
land, and to determine that England
shnll no longer have a Poland. She
has had it long enough. Listen to
prudence, courage and honor. 'Ring
out the old, ring iti the new.' Ring
out the notes of memory and discord
and ring in the blessed reign of a
time of peace."
The first book ever produced in
England was printed by William
Caxton, in the Alinoury at West
minister, in tho year 1477, and was
entitled " Dictes and Sayings of tho
Philosophers." It is a small folio
volume, very beautifully printed on
ash-gray paper with red initial let
ters, and is remarkable for its even
ness of color and distinctness of
The other evening tlio little daugh
ter of a Congressman was paying a
visit at a neighbor's and the respec
tive mothers were talking of phy
sical ailments and their lcmedics.
After a while tho little girl saw an
opportunity to make a remark. "My
papa," she said, "always di inks
whisky when he is sick." Then she
stopped for a minute, her eyes sof
tened and saddened, and she con
tinued slowly: "And poor papa is
sick all the time." Washington
The committee elected by the
Fiench Chamber of Deputies tore
port on the bill proposed by the
Minister of Public Works, authoriz
ing tlio Panama Canal Company to
issue a lottery loan of 8000,000,000
francs, met yesterday and elected
Germain Casse President of the com
mittee and Compayre Secretary. It
is now certain that of cloven mem
bers composing the reporting com
mittee eight arc strongly against the
bill, two are favorable under certain
conditions,and but one, M. Richards,
A GOOD, HELIABLE MAN, past
middle age, wants a position us
night watchman. Apply to
79 -12 Merchant St., Honolulu.
A LARGE & ELEGANT
Stock of Goods
Received ex Zcalandia,
70J Queen & Fort Street Stores. tf
Buret Out, but Not Dead !
Ryan's Boat-Bull Slum
Is now adjoining the rear of
Crystal Soda Works
Ginger Ale, Cream Soda,
Lemon Soda, I.immiadc, b'atiaiarilln,
Fruit S) nips anl E' so iccauml
made fiom iie jiu i' Apple, all of which
wo guiiuiiU'c lo bo tlio bust.
t8r Wo aho Invito parties iiiluruiiiiL'
starling moics for the halo of iced
drinks and wishing fountUu supplies,
to call on us before going elsewhere.
Tie Crystal Soda Works,
I'. O. Hox 1!07, Honolulu.
jjMLA At Kaplolani Park, for a term
CjSSSB of bix month, tho Cottage
mid premises now occupied
by tho undersigned, and containing
Parlor, Dining and 2 llcilrooms. Aho,
Bathroom, J'untry mid Kitchen. Tlio
Cottage is nicely furnished in every
partiuihr for housekeeping. A.Iersny
(Jow on tho premises furnishes quuii.
titles of milk, cream ami butter; also, a
nice coll rtlon of good laying hens. To
a desirable party good terms will ho
oll'ered. Apply to
E. iBcBTYRE $k
IMI'OUTEIIS A2JI) SCALERS IK
Groceries, Provisions and Feed,
liAST CO UN Kit FOKT AND KING STHEETS.
New Goods received by every Packet from tho Eastern States and Europe
Ficsh Calllornla Pioduco by oory .Steamer. All orders faithfully attended to.
and Goods" delhered tonnypirtul the city free of charge. Island orders roll,
cited. Satiifaotlon guaranteed. Post Oilleo I)ox MB. Tclophono No. 03. tCS ly
P. O. Ho.x 1!!I7.
LEWIS & CO., GROCERS,
111 i- Struct,
Importers & DeaSers in Staple & Fancy Groceries.
New Goods continually on tho way. Juit received Kegs Sauer Kraut, kegs Hol
land Heirlngs, kegs Tripe, kegs German Pickles, kegs Mhed Picklca, kits
balmtiii liellles, kits Mnekeiol, kegR Family Pork, kegs Co-ned llorf. For
hienkfast- White Oats, Uurmca; Ureakfasl Gem anil Slircdcd M.U170. Also, a
Hue lot of New Zealand and Portland Peachblou Potatoes always on ltitiil.
The very best of ISLAND UUTTEH, plenty for everybody.
I'rici'H low mid Satisfaction uuruntceil.
(Formerly with iS.umiul Nott
Tiiioi-l or and iienlur in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OKOOKEHY, GLASbWAUE, HOUSE FUKN1SIIIXG HAUDWAUE,
AG A I'M IKON AND T1NWAUR.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, Fort Street.
!3 Store formerly oecupiod by S. NuT i', op- cito Sprcckels &. Co.'s Bank, -a
A Eargo and Elegant Stock of Misses and Children' Spring Heel Shoes of all
M.C3. Aho, a Splendid Stock of
Gents' and Boys' Boots and Shoes.
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
Has jutt opened out a largo and carefully selected stock of
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods,
CuMom-Mndo Clothing, and Hats and Caps
la ill l Latest Styles nil Patteras.
Z3T Paitioular attention is called to an elegant Hue of Gent'b Ncckwfir.
JOI ITT, 1. 8 Mam Street
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns, .
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
Mouse Keeping: Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
SHEET IRON WORK.
fpiIK iliiik'ifilgiicd liurohy give notice
.1 ihai lie Iiiih purelruul from Mr.
W. W. Wright all of tint i-ald W. W.
Wright's iulmcM In tho llrm of Whit,
man & Wright, and no icc.cipu or ohll.
g.itlon'on behalf of tho wild llrm ill,
from thib dutu, he valid except signed
by S. JI. WHITMAN.
Honolulu, June 8, i88U. till
SO MIC person or persons unknown,
came into my front lawn las) night,
iinllaioutily pulled up and carried away
t! of my youiii: nyprc8 treei'. Auyonu
giving Information thai will lead to the
conviction of the guilty purty or purtles
will bo paid the nbdvu icwiiid.
80 N. P. 11U11QESS.
Kvcr issued in the Hawaiian
A Complete Record
with verbatim Hopotts of Speeches
will he issued from the
Bullet in Office
At the olosc of tho Session, and will
consist of the rcpoits published
from day to day in the Ul'i.i.k
tin, with collections, wheto neces
sary. The IiU!.M'.Ti.v Ucports arc
STitlCTLY IMl'AHTIAL and arc
THE ONLY PHONOGRAPHIC
which havo been taken.
J8S5" The Edition will be .limited,
and orders should be sent to the
Bui.iXTiN Ollicc without delay. All
orders received in time will he tilled
as soon as the hook is published.
A. "Voice l'roiu i-uilrl:i.
Ncir the villagu of Zillingdorf, in
Lower Austria, lives Maria Hunt, an in
telligent and industrious woman, whose
story of physical fcutlcring pnd llnnl ru
lief, as related by hei self, is of interett
to English women. "I was uinplovul,"
she says, " in the work of u largo farm
house. Over-work brought, on hick
headache, followed by a deathly faint
ing and sickness of thu stomach, until I
wa unable to retain either food or
drink. I was c mpclled lo lake to my
bed for several wcekh. Gettiug a little
belter from rest nnd quiet, 1 sought l
do some work, but uah t-oon taken with
a pain in my side, which in a little
while seemed to spread over my whole
body, and throbbed in my every limb.
This was followed by i ootjth and
shortness of bieatli, until linally'I could
not sow, and I look to my bed for tho
second, and, as 1 thought, for the last
time. My fiicnds told n c Unit my timo
had rJcailycomc, and that 1 could not
live longer than when thu trees put on
their given ucc 'note. Then 1 happen,
ed to f ct one of thu Beigel pamphlet..
I read it, and my dear mother huuuhl
me a bott'e of bcigel's Syrup, which I
took eM'Cily accniding to direction).,
and I li.ul nut taken thu whole pf it be
fore I felt a great change for the better.
My last illness began .tunc 1S2, and
continued to August Oth, when I begun
to tako the Syrup. Very soon I could
do a little light work. TJhcJJcoiigh left
me, and I was no moro troubled in
b cathiug. Now I am uerfeclly cuted.
And oh, now happy I aiW I cannot ex.
press gratitude enough for ScigoPs
Sjiup. Now I must tell you thai the
dot .oib in our district distributed hand,
bills cautioning people against tlio
medicine, telh.ig them it would dothem
no goou, and many were thereby Inllu.
enced to deploy the Seigcl pamphlets;
but now, wlicrevtr one is to bu found, it
is kept like a ie!ic. The fow preserved
aro botiowed lo read, and have lent
mitib lor six miles around our distiict.
People have coine eighteen miles to get
me to buy the medicine for them, know,
ingtluit it cuifd mo, and to bu sine to
get thu light kin!1. 1 known woman
who w.ii looking like death, and who
told them III'- c w mi help fT her,
that she hi'' co'isiiir:il several doutoi.-,
lint none could ;,e'' her. I told her of
Seiyl'H Svrou, and wrote the u.imu
down for her ihiu she mighl make uu
mistake, hiio look my advice and thu
Syrup, and now cue is in perleet health,
and llie tnoii'e irottnd tir, aio aiaiied.
Thu medicine 1hs iimiIo such progress
in our rcl"h'ohoid dial nionlu t-av
they ilou't want the doctor any more,
butlhoy 1 .ku the Syr p. Sullereib from
gout who i cro (.online d to their bid nnd .
could baldly muu a linger, haw been
cuied by it. Tbciu U a girl hi our dis
trict who caught a cold by going
through 6omu water, and was in bed fivu
years with cottiveuesh and rhiumatic
paiuh, and had to havo au attendant to
watch by hot. Tlnre was not a doctor
in thu suriouudlug districts to whom
her mother had not applied to relievo
her child, but every one crowed them,
selves ami salt! they could not help bur.
Whenever the Httlo bell rang which is
rung in our piece when somebody is
dead, wo thou-jht surely it was for her,
hut Scl el's Synip and Pills mved her
life, and now shu is as healthy us any.
body, goes to ohuich, and can work
even hi the lleldc Everybody was as.
tonlsl'cd when they saw her out, know
ing hW many years shu hud been in
bed. ToiIhv she adds bur gratltudo to
mine for God's mercies mid Bcigel's
The people- of Eugland tpeak ccntlrni.
ing thu above.
Vl'tor Mirny Yeurs.
"WhltUu.lu.Woo(ls, near Ohorley,
" December 20. 1833.
" Dear 81r, Mother Soigers mediclno
sells excectllug well wlih us, nil ibnt try
It speak highly lit its favor. We had a
caso of a young lady that hud been trou.