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-We lm a received
Grosse & Blaokwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Direct frora'Englnnd ex British bark Glcngibor, comprising In part:
Bottlsa Mixed Pickles,
" "Willi Onions,
" Picaetved West India Ginger,
" Spnni?h Olives,
Handsomo Vuscs Koynl Table Since,
" " John Hull Since,
Bottles Walnut Catnip,
" Green queen In Syrup,
" lied Currants In Syrup,
" Candled Oiango Peel,
" " Citron Peel,
" Pudding llaislns,
Mb tins Jordan Almonds,
" Fried Eels,
J-lb tins Fresh Cod Kocs,
1 quart Uoltles Salted Herrings,
Earthen J.iri Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Cayenne Pepper,
Bottles WJillo and Black Pepper,
" Zanto Currants,
7-1 b tins Scolchmeal,
Jars Table Salt,
2-1 b tins Green Pea Soup,
" Julienne Soup.
Mock Turtle Soup,
" Mullatntaw ny Soup,
Bottles India Curry Powder,
Tins Madras " "
1 & 2-lb tins Jams and Jellies, assorted,
Pates of nil kinds,
1-lb tiui Oarraway Seeds;
Bottles Tomato Conserve,
Truffled Puto dc fols Gia,
Tins Whole Ilo.ist Groe,
" Sage and Onions,
" Halford's English Curried Fowl,
u English Asparagus,
1-lb tins Mince Meat,
2 lb tins Spiced Beef,
Bottles Capers, 2 and 4 oz.,
ldb tins Carrots,
" Irish Stew,
" .Boiled Mutton,
" Stewed Kidneys,
" Boost Veil,
Cocoa and Milk,
Symington's Pen Flour,
Epps A to X-lb Packages Coco-i,
Oiklcy Knife Polish,
1-lb tins Flake Tapioca,
Coleman's Mustard in tins and bottles,
Day & Martin's Shoe Paste,
Also just received ex S. S. Australia and Brigantinc Consuelo, a completo line of
SX.AJPJL.K A.VT FANCY GKOCERnSS,
All whleh wc oiler nt lcasonnhle price?.
Sat Intact Ion Unurantccd, nml iiaoilrj dclivcrcil to nil partH of Honolulu.
FRESH ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, recclcd by each trip of the
O. S. S. Co.'s Steamers by
L3SWIS Ac OO.
(Formcily with Samuel Nott).
Importer and Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELBERS, LAMPS,
CROCKERY', GLASSWARE, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent Hall's Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
XM" Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Sprcckels & Co.'b Bank. -8
JOHN NOTT, 1. 8 nun Street
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
' . WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
, (Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel 'Nott.)
New Goods for tho Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs.
From tho very bes makers.
o CUTLERY o
A. .Complete Wtoolc of Goodn in .Every Lluo.
- FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 5
Every Description of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
. - Exeouted with neatness and dispatoh
At the Daily. Bulletin Office
P. O. Box 207.
a frcsli lino of-
Bottles SMuncr's Mnugo Iieliih,
" long lied Chillies,
" .Calfsfoot Jelly,
" French Olives,
Handsome Vnses Ohini Soy,
" Soho Sauce,
Boltlet Miuhiooui CitBiip,
" Charles In Syi up,
" Pears " "
" Black Currants in Syrup,
" Candied Lemon Peel,
" Crystnlllzed Fruit',
" Turkey Flg,
1-lb tins Curried l.obstcw,
" Slowed Eel",
A lb tins Fillets of Soles,
Earthen Jar Pioatcr Paste,
Small Jars Capt. White's Mullagatawny
Bottles Ground Splcc,
Pint Bottles Malt Vinegar,
2 lb Bottle French Prunes,
Pint Bottlo Munlscrrat Lime Juice,
2-lb tiu Gray Soup,
" Cie'sy Soup,
" Palestine Soup,
" Ov Check Soup,
" llotclipotch Soup,
" Veniuu Soup,
Tins Oxford S iunee,
Bottles Pickled Bed Cabbage,
Collared Ox Tongues,
Uoittcj Lea & 1'crrin'a Genuine Worccs-
Bottles Bengal Club Chutney,
" French Trulllcs,
Tins Whole Hoist Paitridges,
" " ' Piieasants,
" Preserved Mushrooms,
" Beef Marrow Fat,
M-lb tins Arrowroot,
'lins Ileal Yarmouth Bloaters,
" French Mushrooins,
Phillipe & Caiwud's Petit Pols,
1.1b tins Painip4, Mb tins Turcips,
" Fresh Tripe,
" Boiled Mutton,
" Hm loot Mutton,
" OtilHicad, ditto IlooBt Mutton,
Boiled Beef; " Boiled "
Cocoa and milk, Chocolate and Milk,
Essence Collee, Patent Groats,
Van Houton'a Coqoa, & y.Ah tins,
if vt i.lh tins Cocoatinu,
1-lb tins Pearl Sago,
" Ground Bice;,
ejamoriugc ohubiium, $
Day & Mnrtin's Liquid Slioc Blacking,
Why am I so Misorablo?
So weak mid hnguldJ Why such
heartburns nml pnliu in the stomach,
Mich acidity, nml such nn uopleiifiint
tnslo In tho mouth? Why nt times such
n gnawing appetite, and then ngain such
disrelish for food ? Why is tho mind bo
frequently irritable, desponding, raclnu.
clioly, and dejected? Why elocs ono
often feel under tho apprehension of
some Imaginary danger, nml start nt any
unexpected noise, becoming ugltatid tin
though some great calamity was impend,
lug? Whnt is tho meaning of these
dull, sick headaches; tluso violent pal.
pltiitions of tho heart, this feverish lest
lessnoss, iIicmj night sweats! this dls
turbed nnd dreamy sleep, whleh brings
no refreshing rest, but only meanings
nnd muttcilugi, and the horrors of tho
riioniitucr is: Thcfc nio llio symp
toms cl Indlcestlon or DvsneDsla the
bogiuning anil the foicrunner of nlmnsl
every other hiimnn disease. Indigestion
is n weakness or want of power of tho
dlgcstUc lluids of tho stomncli to con
vert the food into healthy lnittrr for the
proper nourishment of tho body. It is
caiihed most frequently by tho Irrcgu.
1 wily of diet, or improper lood. want of
healthy cxcielso nnd pure outdoor air.
It mny be induced by mental distress
tho shock of some great calamity. It
may lie, and often Is, aggiavatcd and In
tensified, if not originally brought on,
by c.hnustlon from intense mental ap
plication, of ph)slcnl overwork, domes
tic troubles, anxiety in business, or llnun.
clnl embarrassments, If tho stomach
could nlwnys be kept in older, death
would no longer he a subject of feirful
anxiety to tho young and middle-aged,
but what would be contemplated by all
as a visit of an expected friend nt the
eloso of a poaqoful and liuppy old age.
Hoeer, tho flut hostile invader upon
the domain of health and huppinos H
Is there any relief, any remedy, nny
cure? That i thu question of the sul".
fcrlng nnd unhappy dyspeptic. What is
wanted Unmoclieine lint w ill thorough,
ly renovnlo the stomncli, bowel', licr,
nnd kidneys, and allbid speedy and cf.
fectunl assistance to llio digcstU e organs,
and rcstoro to the nervous aud muscular
pystcms their oilginal energy.
Sucli a mcdlclue is happily at hand.
Never in the history ofiiiidlcnl dl-cov.
cries, c ideneed by n dozen years' thor
ough test, litis there been found u remedy
for Indigestion so Fpccdy, so s'uc.nnd
fo surprising in its ieults as Siegel's
Curative Syrup, but to day it is a binmlnrd
remedy for that almost uuiersal nlllic
tiun hieveryclvilied country in Kuiope,
Ain, Africa and America. I'uljllc tes
timonials nnd private lottcrs from mill,
taiy ofllcers, bankers merchants, ship
captains, mcclruilcs, f irmeis, nnd their
wives and daughter, alike cnntlrm its
Nearly Baisod liini from the
Sls3 Cottage, Wulton-ou-the-Nnze,
August 27th, 1880.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Siis: If a testimonial is of nny
use to vju lespc cling tlie rcmarkible
cure I have detlvei by taking your
"Siegel's Syrup," jou are at liberty to
nnko nny uso of this you may deem
Lest. For upwaids of twcho year I
havesutlcrcd from cxtremoNenous Uc
bility aud Giutrlc Cttnirh which re.
duccdjine so tbat I was totally unable to
do nnyjbusiness, nnd caused great pros,
trntion and weakness. About three
years ago I had the advice of several
members of llio medical faculty, and
under their treatment derivid little or
no good, nclng in town some ten
months ngo, I was advitetl to try yoiir.
Curatho t-ynip, and purtlmsid a bottle.
I had not taken many doses befoic I be
gan to feel a fresh man. I oould walk
wilh ease, while before I hud hind work
to carry one leg before the other. My
btrength gradually Increased and my
eyesight got better, which before I frc
qucntiy lost, owing to tho malady arls
ing from tibhigghh !ier, often in bed
fcr Eovernl i1uh with piles, and could
haidly move. I am lliankltil to -ou and
to God for nearly raising mo from the
grave, for it was nothing but jour S(i.
gel's Symp that 1ms restored me to io
bust hciilth. "i'ours faithfully.
Itevehby, npar Boston,
UecEiiiber 31j,t, 1880.
A.J. White, Limited,
Dear Sir: Your htcgel's Syrup I llnd
liasnn increasing sale in this neighbor,
hood, and pliall always do my Lest to
further the sulo of nn articlo tliat every
ono that puichascs speaks highly in its
fivor. I nlso have gieat satisfaction in
siying that I quite believe my wife -.vns
firmavcntly urcd of Indigestion and
Wind on the Stomncli, fiom which she
had fullered sntensely sometime previou
to taking it. Faithfully youis,
Queen's County, Ireland,
December 21lh, 1880.
A. .1. White, Limited.
Dcnr Sir: I hope that your Siegel's
Syrup and 1'ills may get the ftilu,they so
well deserve. J had n very delieato
child, u boy now over npin yearn, but
being averse to eating nny kind of up;,
ctable or food from his birth, I besnn
giving liim Mother. Siegel's Curative
Syrup, and oftur a few weeks ho recov
ered so us to bo able to consume as much
food as other boyH of his ngo, and to tho
great nbtonlshmentof Ills neighbours, ho
is lively, getting into (lesh. and thriving
as well as boys of his ago do. We give
nil tho cicdit of hN recovery to Siogcl'a
Syrup. Yours faithfully,
1G07 b. Manwem..
Tho Inter -Island Btciun
Navigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on linml for sale
Steam Family and Blaclamith Coal
nnd a general assortment of
416 par Iron. py
Iw giJj nlUtUx.
TUESDAY. AFI11L 12. 1887.
THE LAST OF THE BUFFALOES.
AN INDIAN nUJIOn OK A I.AKOn HCHD
IS AN OUT-OP-TJ1K-WAY 1'LACK IN
I wns told when I came hero two
months ngo tli.it if I wauled to llnd
out what was trustworthy' concerning
the cxtciminntion of the buffalo,
Cant. Jack Bridges uns the man to
bcc. As Biklgcs wns then hunting
in lite Scralers iMotintains in
Mexico, I look the cars to Gnllcgo,
where, tluough the couttcsy of It.
K. Comfoit, Sttpcrititcndcnl of tho
Mexican Central Bailioad Company,
I was provided with an inoffensivo
broncho to ride over to Briilgcs'
camp, somo thirty-eight miles.
Capt. Jack, who for many years
past has boon one of tho most dis
tinguished and fearless hunters in
tho West, was the first man to make
a contract to provide a large number
of buffalo bides. The idea suggested
itself to a pelt-dealing firm in Lcaven
woith, Kan., who sent for Biidgcs,
telling him to proem c 1,200 hides at
once, as they wished to try them in
the Knglish.mnrkct. Bridges signed
the contract, and liiiitig a lot of
"skinners, began lis etcstiuctivo
warfare against tho bison. In live
weeks and four days he killed with
Ills own hand 1,M!3 buffaloes, and
tho hides of theso animals consti
tuted tho ilrst shipment of buffalo
lobes to Europe. Wiiilo the con
tract was very lucrative, owing to
the great abundance of the animals,
the slaughter disgusted Bridges,
who was a natural-bom sportsman,
so much that he lcfuscd to be in
strumental in the future in any
wholesale destitution of good meat.
He says that ho has only been sorry
but once for what ho did, and that
lias been always. Since then he lias
killed about six thousand head, but
only when meat was required by the
different expeditions for which lie
wns guide. Having shot buffalo
fiom Britisii Columbia to Texas, and
having lived for the last thirty-five
years on tho great game ranges of
the West, ho i3 qualified to speak
authoritatively on tho subject.
"As far as I know," said Biidgcs
when talking on the subject, "and I
liy to keep myself posted, "there
arc not over (i00 buffalo left in the
United States. There arc about 200
in the Yellowstone Vark, and these
will bo tho solo survivors in a year
or two. In the pan-handle of Texas
there wore about 100 ; tiieso do not
Includo those on the ranch of Chailcy
Goodnight, who has a lot of them
ranch is near Vernon in Aimstiong
county. There are about 110 in
Kansas and tlio Indian Tenitory, 5
or G in Colorado, 10 in Montana,
and .) in Dakota. Tho others are in
a little herd in an out-of-the-way
place, which I do not wish made
"This, then, sums up the baffa
"Yes, though there may be a
straggling pair or two in Southern
Texas. I am told that two old bulls
were seen south of San Antonio tho
other day, and that they wcio fol
lowed up and one killed. But I havo
been told twico recently, once by an
Apache, and- tho other time by a
Wacoo Indian, that on the big plains,
500 miles south of here, in n coun
try but very iarcly traveled, there is
a very large herd. I will know soon,
for 1 am going down there this
spiing. But the drought has been
so severe in Mexico this season that
tlio gamo has suffered terribly, and
has had to travel many miles for
water." El Paso Corr. N. Y. Sun,
POSSIBLE BREAKING UP OF THE
It is believed that Democratic
disorganization exists in'half a do
zen Southern States, which will bo
fighting-ground in. tlio nct election.
This js especially true of North Ca
rolina, Tennessco and Viiglnia. In
tlio "Old North" Stato tho Legis
lature is now- controlled by an or
ganization composed of Republicans
and independents, nnd the Intlopcn
dents are likolyo indicate tho suc
cessor to Senator Kansom. Tho
Democracy has split on tho Clove
land question nnd Civil Service.
Senator Vanco leads tlio opposition
to the Administration, and tho
breach between tho factions is
widening. Tlio tioublo in Tennes
sco is duo mainly to tho Blair bill,
Willi t)o tat iff ns np aeliunct. Gov
ernor Taylor made his canvass nn
nn Antl-Blalr-bill. Democrat, but
since taking his seat ho seems to
havo Hopped on that question.
There is also n suspicion that ho is
moncuvcring for tlio United States
Senate with his brother nnd late
gubernatorial opponent nuising Kc
publican votps for him. The rise
and consolidation of a Taylor dy
nasty, and a break is deemed im
minent. TIo demoralized condition
of the (Virginia Democracy is well
A break in tlio Solid South would
bo tho most hopeful development of
national politics. Whether in tho
interest of Sherman or somo other
Itepttblicnu leader is less to tho pur
pose than tho main consideration of
oblitcmting sectional lines. Tlio
reason for thojr existonco is dead
and ought to bo buried. S. F.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE,
Arrlvo al Honolulu from San Francisco.
Alameda Apiil 10
Australia... ., Mny 4
Mariposa. , May 14
Australia .Tune 1
Zealntidia June 11
Australia June 29
Alameda July !)
Australia July 27
Mariposa August G
Austialia August 21
Zcalandia September .'I
Australia September 21
Alameda October 1
Australia October l'J
Mariposa October 20
Australia November 1G
Zcalandia November 2(i
Austialia December M
Alameda December 2 1
Lcavo Honolulu (or San Francisco.
Australia . . April 12
Zcalandia May G
Austialia May 11
Alameda June I!
Australia Tune 8
Mariposa July 1
Australia ' July G
Zcalandia July 2!)
Australia August Jl
Alameda August 2G
Australia August !!1
Mariposa September 21
Austialia September" 28
Zcalandia October 2 1
Australia October 20
Alameda November 18
Australia November 23
Maiiposa December 10
Australia December 21
Zcalandia (1888) Januaiy 13
"HE DAILY BULLETrN-The
most popular paper uulithcl.
ntT AOIDH. w --'.W.
r r rn ma Ku?rrvonY .wfT
rtnh. 1K3 hcnilror
A.I ln. MAGNETIC ELASTIC TRU38 CO.','
'iiiiijwiiii ijerr lime.
vj ci'ij nr it ift jl- mi V j M.U lhi;Q Uf. J j
Feb. 18, '87.
For Sale or Lease.
rpiIOSE I'UKJIISKS SriU.VTKD ON
X ininhou Street called "Kiinanllo
Ilia," the property of O. II Ju-ld, nie for
sale or for leisc lor a Kim of yearn.
For p wliculars inquire of
ALEX. .J. OAilTWlUGHT.
Honolulu. Dec. IS, ltfcfj. If 03
New Goods !
New Fashions !
Mr. L. B. KERR
Has received and opened up his New
Comprising a I ugei nml well selected
Suitnblo for llio Seuon.
T1kc goods wcro selected m Kngland
ly Air. Kerr pcisnnully, and nro guaran
teed to bo of tho llnost quality.
Sir. Kerr, having secuie 1 tho services
of a XKW CUTTKIt, he is pre
pared to liilfll ordcis with the utmost
23 Merchani Street.
H. 1IACKFJELD & Co.
Electric Houae Bells!
Put In Stores, House?, Si rrnnts' Out- '
houep, Stable, tvt.d
Burglar Alarms !
,At reasonable rales I'or Anther
particulars call on
(mi mill IiorkNiiiltli,
Bethel Street, - - Honolulu'
TiiHt 3E5.ecei.vetl !
by Jink "Bnrannti,"
In lJaiiolM unit Ilnll-JSauclN. ..
Foi Silo by
03 3v OASTM5 V OOKK,
'fcL BSl ctaarwnronio ii-
The Beaver far Divan!
3BC. jr. jro J-rj:3a
Una just received n hrgc and nrled as
Gigers end Cigereifes
of tlio flu9t (pnllty. Some of tho
brands being entirely now In Una King
dom. Together, with n flni fcelecllon of
Mocrsohaum, Briar, Myall, Poroo
lain and othor Pipes.
Tobncro roui-hcM, ainfcli rtoxcH. Cl
ear nnc Ci.Tnrottn llolitcrn or
new mid elegant Jcn!ii'.
CALL AND LOOK AT THE GOODS!
J. HOPP & CO.
7-1 King Street.
Manufacturers nnd Importers of all
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All kinds ot Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHASRS TO RENT
For Hil'n or Pnttie? in small or largo
80 qunnttlto.-'. ly.
r VAN'S BOAT BUILDING
L SHOP, lteai of Liu as' Mill.
J ISS CLARKE, who hn hid many
lTX years e.MK'rii ik o in Divr & Clonk
M klmr, lias OPKXr.l) A IllUSMAK.
ING KSrAULlSUMi:XTnt 101 AlaUei
(rRS. RODANET, tho well-known
lTi. (lie-Biiinker, leeently retiiined
from Paris, lm? her dio't-iiinUing looms
still on Uininx siiei-l, .iboo (he Equnrc.
The Finest Ilrandtif
in tho Market at the
CENTI1AL CIGAR STAND,
F. im.DIUt, I'lopiletor.
It A. Y 31 10 7 .
Lli orders for Cartage promptly at.
xi. tended to. Particular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
of goods in transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Office, adjoining L. P. Adams & Co.'s
0S2 ly Mutual Ttlcphono No. lb.
jJ-A Tho SCHOONER JOSEPII
ffiff INC U now in (list class or-
C-,tl7 tlur- y'10 "1 make two
-2J&E: Hips a week to Cwn, under
Cuptuin Conk, earritip freight and pas
sengers. P.uties wishing to make
to Pcail Illvor, Coro Head, aud olhcr
iinrisnr Oahu may chaitei the bchooncr
hy aj plying to CAVT. COOK.
Opon ovory aftornooh and
Music every Saturday Night.
JCIIOJU AS 10. WALL,
1C01 Porrlclor. lyr
A Now Lot of
Gigers end Cigarettes
Entirely Now in this Market.
Having rccuied the Scrvlcos of
Geo. C. Stratemeyer
wo nro prepared to oxce'uto nil
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
LEADS THEM ALL I
Your wlvos and children will rejoice,
Having found llio Sampler Cigar your choice
ENGELBRECHT, SON & CO.,.
21 First Street, S. T. 60
For sale Everywhere..
'" ' ' I I .! - I-...-., !
Taliili Lemoiafle DioL
Telephone, :tco. v. . i:ox too.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure and made hy-ttenm, lu
H lane's Anti-Atnios-pliPrlc Atp.mUii'j
with glass pumps. All copper dis
pensed with. The newest pitent in
CryMtnl Vulvo OUottlcn
Only In use for Tahiti Lemoiiadde.Oieii
ndinu and PeifectGlnger Ale, at Toccnts
perdoxen, delivered to nnv pnrt of thei
oily- And Codd's I'atenl Glass Stoppers
for the celclnated pluu dry
So highly efllc.ieious for djepopsin, as
supplied to all the princlpil 1 unilics iu
Honolulu, and exclusively to II. I). JJ.'s
vibseli of war.
I Hi unit onlet'M iiroinptly uttt'iidcd to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM WORKS.
Apiil 1,10-7. ICOOly
G. E, FRASKER, '
Hay, Grain, Etc,
Crushed Barley, .
Oil Cafco Meal'
Older loft nt Ofllce, with N. V. Bur
gess, 4 King Street, will bo prornrtly
attended to. COly
S. M. CARTER,
Has on hand for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood, Sawed and Split.
OuUrs arc licrchy solicited and will
hodelheied at any locality within tho
Jloth TuK'IiIioiich, 1M7. Ct
Dr. U. O. WrsT'n Nrnvn and Hiuih Trpat
HtNT.ii BiinrantLwl biipcIIi." for Iljstorin, Jihzzt
nosj. ConMiUlono. Jfttf, i-lervoua Ncurtilain,
llonilncho, Norvoua rrostrntlon.cnuscil liy tlioino
ot ntrohol or tcilncCo, Wokafalnuku, Jlontat lJu.
predion, Boftonlnu ot tlio Urnlii, touuI ting m in
Banity nnit loiUinij to misorj', decay and ilcntlit
l'romiturn Old Ako, llnrrPtiucsa, Loss of l'owcr
in cither bo?:. Jm uluntnry Lobsca mid Bpcrnintpr
rliajn, canned by over-osortion ot tlio brain, solf.
nbuso, or i)ei-fnilulKouoo. Knch box conlninu
(inu iiioiitli'ti tivatmoiit. t3 1.(10 n box, or six imr.on
for $tw, ben t by mall prop.nU on recolpt of prlco.
WI3 UUAltAXTEE HIX BOXEN
To euro nny raoo. With oaoli orilnrroooUcd by ua
for hU boxes, nucoinpanlod wltli $3.0i), w will
Bond tho purclmsor our Tuition Raanmioo to .r
fatul tlioinonoyif ttiotrontmontiluoa not olfoct
u euro. (J nuranteoa issued only by
itOljlvISTKU V CO.
$50 REWARD! .
WCnl)lHrlli.lrrcrJ form? r.ucf Ulfocnf!.!nl1
PjipriHU, 6Ult llrl.( li., Iu4 (.tlloo, CcninrIWl u Coillven.iL
w ituuol cm. with Wml'i ri.cul.li Lli.r I t.lr, y h.n lb. dlrm
tlomiro ilrlilly rnnlH.a vltb. Tt.y m iui.ljr tjlU.,o4
o.ver Wl w rlr ullil.cllcn. Pjcv tealtl. l.rf. tvi.i.ciiii.
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