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BISHOP & Co., BA1VKERS
Honolulu, Hawaiian lo'nnds.
Draw Exchange on 'ho
Bank oL CullTorixtu, H. U
And tholr agonts in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONG.
Messrs. N. M. Rothschild & Son, London
Tho Commorolnl Bank Co., of Sydney,
Tho Commercial Bank Co.. of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealand: Auckland,
ChriBtchmch, and Wellington,
Tho Bank of British Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a Qunrnil Banking Business
PUdircd to neither Sect nor Party,
Silt established for the benefit of all.
"WEDNESDAY, APRIL 4, 1888.
Late Foreign lews.
Mrs. Garfield has announced the
ongagetnent of her daughter Mollle
to J. Stanley Brown.
There were lauded 2,2G2 emigrants
in Castle Garden Sunday, most of
whom are bound west.
There was a diba9trous railroad
accident on the night of the Mtli
inst. on the main line of tho South
ern Pacific between Coltonand Indio,
near a small station called White
Water. It resulted in the death of
two men and the destruction by fire
of thirteen freight cars loaded with
through freight from New Oilcans
or Deming for Los Angeles and San
New York, March 14. The after
noon papers estimate the business
loss, the contingent loss and the
actual pecuniaiy outlay which the
storm will occasion in New York
cit' at not less than seven million
dollars, and the loss to the States
involved at $20,000,000.
Washington, March 14th. The
Ways and means Committee lo-day
began the formal consideration of
the Mills Tariff and Revenue bill.
The entire document was read to
the committee by the clerk.
Washington, March 15. Because
tho statistical information expected
from the Treasury had not anived,
the Ways and Means Committee to
day did not resume consideration of
the tariff section of Mills' bill, but
took up instead the internal revenue
portion and made some progress to
McKinley offered an amendment
at the proper place to repeal entirely
the tobacco tax, but this was voted
New York, March 15. Hourly
reports arc coming in from surround
ing towns of latulities resulting
from the storm. The names of
twenty persons have come in who
perished and several who
sing. Grave apprehensions are felt
for the pilot-boats, twelve of which
are still at sea.
New Yoik, March 14. It is esti
mated that the loss to New York
business men, the railroads, shop
keepers and wace-earners by the
storm is fully 10,000,000.
Chicago, March 15. A special
from Boston via London says : The
storm raged incessantly for over two
days all over New England. Every
railroad out of the city was block
aded completely, and the only tele
graphic conimunication is by the
Commercial Cable Company's lines
to Bockport, Maine, and thence by
cable to London. Never before was
there such corapletegprostratiou of
business, and the damage to property
must amount to an enormous sum.
The morning and afternoon papers
of Tuesday were devoid of all tele
graphic information, and no trains
arrived in the city.
New York, March 15. -The bliz
zard has largely increased the local
prices of necessaries. The maiket
stalls arc nearly empty and all sorts
of meats have advanced from 2 to
C cents a pound.
During Monday night at the Dela
ware Breakwater twenty-eight barks
and schooners were driven ashore or
forced above high-waicr mark on
shore. Every effort was made to
prevent this wholesale loss, but the
elements proved more powerful than
man. The total loss to shipping is
estimated at between four hundred
thousand and five bundled thousand
dollars. Only two bodies have been
Washington, March 19. The Su
preme Court this morning delivered
an opinion in the Bell Telephone
case. In considering the question
of the alleged anticipation of Bell's
invention by the telephone of Keis
in Germany, the Court holds that
Eeis discovered a means of trans
mitting musical tones and nothing
more. Bell's patent being for the
process or art of transmitting speech,
would have been just as valid, even
if he had used the apparatus of
Iteis in developing it. The court
hold that the apparatus of Reis
was not successful in transmit
ting speech and that his invention
was not in any respect an anticipa
tion of the discovery of Bell. All
tho points thus far considered, in
the Court's opinion, in the telephone
cases havo been decided in favor of
'Bell, including the points set up in
the claims of lieis, Yuuderwcideaud
Portland, March 22. A serioue
m.... 1 ...i... .... .1... I
accident occurred to-day on tho
Portland and Willamette Valley nar-row-guagu
railroad, near the town
of Oswego, about eight miles abou
this city. While a mixed train was
coming" down to Portland several
cars jumped tho track when round
ing a sharp curve. There were
twelve passengers on board, and a
number of cattle cars fell a distanco
of about sixteen feet and were bad
ly mashed. The cars that left tho
track were at the rear end of tho
train. No one was killed but all
tho passengers wero more or less in
jured. Washington, March 22. The
President sent a message to the Se
nate to-day in reply to the resolu
tion introduced by Senator Frye on
the 10th inst., requesting the Presi
dent to transtuit to the Senate copies
of the minutes and daily protocols
of the meetings of the commission
ers who negotiated the fisheries
treaty with Great Britain. He in
closed a copy of the letter received
from the Secretary of State, which
savs in substance that the Presi
dent's message of March 5th and
tho documents transmitted with it
placed the Senate in full possession
of the documentary history of the
conference. Every point is covered
by those papers except the question
of damages sustained by American
fishermen, which being met by a
counter claim for damages to British
vessels in Behring sea, was left for
New Yoik, March 20. Professor
GoUlwin Smith is here on his way to
Washington, lie said, in an inter
view this afternoon: "Theie are
many Canadians, including my.sclf,
who would like to see the fishery
question settled by a broad measure
which would improve the commer
cial relations between Canada and
the United Stales. The discussion
of a commercial union is going on in
the Canadian Parliament, but the
resolution in favor of unrestiicted
reciprocity, brought forwaul by Sir
Richard Cartwriglit, will probably
be voted down by a Government
Winnipeg, March 22. The Sas
katchewan "Herald" again gives a
note of warning in tho issue ol this
week of the impending half-breed
troubles in the Northwest. It says
the Indians are becoming much
more communicative and talk freely
of the coming revolt, but while
doing so, say that whatever trouble
comes will not be of their own caus
ing. They say the half-breeds tell
them they must rise and they are
afraid they will have to do as they
are bidden. Some othei-3 say they
will only take up arms in tho event
of an uprising in the south, an event
winch they are pretty sure will oc
cur, when thej' ieel bound to go to
their assistance. It is not claimed
by the Indians that the half-breeds
are seeking (o secure any further
"rights" but arc hankering after
revenge for their former defeat.
Ottawa, March 15. Itisnimored
that the Government has come to-an
agreement with Premier Greenwav
fic Railway, by which the latter dis
poses of its monopoly clause for
812,000,000, a portion, of which is
to be paid by the Province and the
rest by the Dominion Government.
Victoria, March 1G. The schooner
Sapphire, Captain Petit, denied for
Behr'mg Sea this morning. She will
go into tho sea with a ciew of sixty
Indians from the west coast of Van
couver Island. Captain Petit had
command" of the schooner Grace,
seized last year, and with difficulty
kept his Indians from filing on the
oillcers of the American cutter at
the time of the seizure. During the
past winter, through the loss at the
time of the seizin e, the Indians have
been reduced to starvation and they
state that if any attempt is made to
molest them this year they will fire
on the crews of cutters. As all are
armed with Winchester rifles it can
be Biirmised in case of collision that
bloodshed will icsult. The suffer
ing of the Indians during the winter
has been severe, and as they are in
a comparatively uncivilized state
trouble is to be fcaied if the same
policy pursued last year is followed
by the American iiiilhoiiuVs. Theie
has been considerable additions to
the sealing fleet this year, and nearly
all will clear for Belli ing Sea as soon
as they return from the coast catch.
Sealers are exasperated over the
losses and the delay in settling tho
dispute, and there will be armed re
sistance made in more cases than the
Sapphire in the event of any pirati
cal attack such as last year.
New York, March 18. A gentle
man who arrived on the steamer
Bui nicy fiom Tiinidad yesterday,
and who requested that his name ho
not published, said, concerning Ven
ezuelan alfuirs, that theie dui-H not
appear to bo immediate tioiiblo
with England. He did not believe
that English troops would be sent
up the Orinoco, as they could not
live theie. The gentleman said that
English men-of-war wero constantly
cruising all through the West Indies,
and that there wero a number of
vessels at Trinidad just before tho
Burnley left port, and others wero
at the Barbadoes. Venezuela, tho
gentleman says, is run by a set of
men whoso sole desire is to make
the offices yield them as much
wealth us poihlo.
An enthusiastic bonnier does the
boom that he ib cultivating seiious
damage when he stops to assail a
boom that some other boomer is
, - . . I
Wednesday, April 4th, 18S8,
At 7:30 sharp.
JCSJBu8lncs3 of great Imprrtancc.
CST'Ecry member mint intend
PcrOrdei, T1IOS. SMITH,
A FIRST CLA'-S SAFE, CHEAP.
Apply at t 1-olthc OS Iw
ITCHING bTHAP. Owner ran
have same by moving piopcriy
and pn lag cost of this notice. Apply
at thlioulrc. 007 lit
TWO nicely embroidered Gents shirts
wi'ieloston s-atmday cvraing on
die Ewa tide of tho i lhlgo. The finder
will tonler a favour by leaving tin in at
the Ek-le OlVtee, King's net. 003 31
BY a unp (.hlnaman, in Copyist,
Inleipietcr or Tian-urlhci In a
liiwyns oiiice. Inipiiio of Alilo, No ST,
Xuiitimi stieot. iOOlw
TO exchange a No. 1 Pinno for n
Hoi'c nnd I'liminii, or foi a Horse
and Uiuke. Inquii" 'U tilts office.
Buns I Buns 1 Buns !
Hot Oros- Burs on Good
FiidiiN List have then co Lcn.
o'lil fntisf.iuion on nte tint of tin ir
veiy line quu'ny, I um c ntintmlly re
qurMed to continue 10 make the nunc,
1 take pk-'Stitu in ii fonning my cu.
turners and the public gfiiui ully that I
iiilculto nuke l!un ol sill fur liner
quality uallid in Gernnny the Emperor
Finncis Joseph But)",1' ventti i"g to y
th'it no other U'.tiiblUnmcnt in Honolulu
cm pioilucc, us lite practical making of
them is only known tome in Honolulu.
Practical Confectioner &F.in Cook.
V n Tc )
Per S. S Australia,
IS. .J. KOITK, I'l-oiiiieior.
. MCKFELB k CO.
Have Just Received
Per Bark " Deuiscliland,"
An Assorted Cargo of
NEW GOODS ! NEW GOODS !
Which thoj oflf.'r to the li.ule
At Lowest Jlni'kct IJuten.
(tiii: o.ni.v in i.i ,r u m i runirinn)
A Siiticific for
Kcroliilu, Hlt ItlM'imi,
Xciii-utgin, III iib Worm,
And all other Skin and Blood Diseases.
It It gulttts tho
IilVElt AND KIDNEYS,
Cine IngIfietion, anl nil Diseases
atlslng Horn tin enfeebled con.
illliou of the aystcm.
Dr. Mattlne, of London, tlie cclclmiipd
sprclnlUt, mys of PARDEE'S rtEMEDY :
" I buvo u-uu it loi twenty icara tor
Iilooil DiBo-aes, such us rcri'lu n, frill
Hlieurn, Titer and Ctncer, and I taunoi
motnmoid U ton highly."
'I ho Uuv, Hr Thouiib. of Uniis Kont;,
China, says: "PARDEE'S REMEDY ia u
womWiful ntedlclnu for thu blood. I
have piiscnibed 1 hundreds of I'nies for
lupioy, and, on g.viii jn'inio.tul
wnjs curul the imtiim, I cun ale y my
Unit It p wy will novur l'H ak i ut on pir
sons who ink litruW Itemcily rcgu.
hiily, iiiid 1 a IviMMill pt iii n-livi gin
ci'iui'tics whirs It'fr.. yip, privulmtto
take I'ardco'nlteiuidy is a preuiuho,"
For Sale by all Drungists In Honolulu,
lis! w& 11
8 Binson Assfc?a
3 k.veiv W;.WffiW'W$5Ra
HiiAllnii Cnlio ht? tumlil 1 loCno
Auction Sales by Lewis' J, Lo.cy,
I am Instruc'el hy F A. Bclinpfcr. Ad.
mlnltiator of tho EsUto of Oi pt L.
M -Helmut, decease!, to sell at Public
Aoc.Uou, at my Silcronms, con.cr of
Fort and Queen Mrcclp, Honolulu.
On FRIDAY, April 6thf
AT lO O'CLOCK A, 31.
Tho whole of the Stock of aierchandlo
and effects belonging to snld Estato
consisting of a -very Choice Lot Of
Gen. M8orscliaum Pipes & Cigar llolders
Uriar Wood & China Plre, M-Ueh
Boxes & Matclic, Manila & lluvnnn
Clirars. Sinoklnir Fine Cut & Pluir
Walking Canes, Iron Safe, Show Cases,
litimpM, i;tc., I'.ic. v.tc, r.tc, r.tc.
Also, 1 complete Soda Water Fountain,
With an asortinont of Syttips,
N. It The Auctioneer calh s-ptclnl at.
teniion of atnatcut stnokeis to the above
well Uuown collection.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
On FRIDAY, April 6th, 1888,
AT 1M O'CLOCK XOO!tf,
I will sell at Public Auction, at my
Salesroom, a l.iirne Quantity of
R moved to niy S'llo r- om foi conveni.
ence of Slle.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
FOR SAN FIIANCISCO,
The Al Steamship
Will have Honolulu for the above
Monday, Apri! 9th,
For Freight or Pnssrgo, apply to
TO, G. IRWIN & CO., Agents.
SHIP FOR SALE!
Nmv disclimglnir a caiL'o of rcneral
incrrh itidi-o from New York, i.
ofl'eitd for sale. Ve sd rates. (3-0 L. 1 1
in Burciu Verilnt. or A114 '" American
Hecnid; is 717 tons Register, nnd can
c.ury 1,100 Ion a tons ol coil. Ve-cl U
in good condition, and well furnished
For further particular apply to Cap
tain Freeman, on bo ud, or to
CASTLE & COOKE,
807 lw Auit.
While the briiigu at Wnikiki is
bcinjr iccoii-Uucic'd, one bide of it
only will bo open lo inilnc. i'eople
are cautioned to dtivc curelully
over it, and to lefrain fiom carry,
ing heavy lo.ids.
H. F. HEDBARD,
007 tf Road Suponisor.
TO thu Creditors of the E tato tf
James Wr. Kuhiilcinu ol Wuinieu,
Kauai, u Biuikmpi, lake notice.
Tiuit tho limlti signed, A'si(,'ueo of
the J'.stnlo of James . Idh lieanti, a
Bankrupt, Iihs rjicpariiior to bis final
iiccount and dhl ici.d nibuiilieil hi ac
counts us niuli.iihsiiieo and llled the
Minio befoie Hon. A F. J odd, Old f
Justice of thu Supremo Court, ut his
Chain tiers, to whom hii will a, plv at 10
o'clock a, m on M OK DAY, the !t!i day
ol April next, (or sculemeiit of wild no.
rutins mid lor a Uiwlune frm all
liability in mih ifsieiii-o and for tin
OKu-i to iiiuko a lliml i.ividcud.
And that um porvou iipertsted may
then and thsioapteu unit coin st ilni
same. W. O. i'AHKK,
Assignie E tiro of Janie W. KiiIir.
H01.0I1 lu, March ai, 18J8. !j0 .It
HTO tho Creditors of
- Kuuiiuiikiiola &
Estnto of P.
Jiluiii, lluiikriipts, lake notice.
'Unit Iho undcraigned, Assignee of
the Estate of P. hauiniiikaolo & Co.,
b.uikiupt', has preparuioiy to his lliml
iiccoiiui and dividend submitted liU ue.
counts us such assignee and nhd tliu
same befoiu Hon. A, F Judd, Chief
Justice of the Suprtino Court, ut ids
Chambers, to whom ho will apply at 10
o'clock a. ji. on Fit IDA Y, tlio 13th day
of Apiil next, for tcltleincnt of said ae.
counts ami for a discharge fiom all
liability as such assignee and fur an
oidei m iniiKoa final dividend.
And that tiny pfisou iuiercMcd may
llitn uitil tbciu uiiic.ir nnd aoiiiort tbu
siiiiic W ('. PiKKK,
Ab-iiLM.io Estnto of P, Kmiiiiul.aule
& C'l lupiiuy,
lloiioltiiti, Muirli Ul, 18 8. f05 4t
rpHE DAILY BULLETIN isallvo
X evening paper. CO ceuls xcr mouth.
Xftnttnti Calne r,tt .tamno P Mnrtfnn
Auction Salos by Jainos F. Morgan.
AUCT10M SALE OF
On THURSDAY, April 5th,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. M.,
At tho residence of Dr. P. P. Gray,
Alnkea strait, (on ncnount of dt'P'iv.
ture)lwlll soil ut Pulllc Auclou,
tho i:ntlro Household Furuliure,
Large Center and Sofa Rugs,
rtiiknr it It at in Rockcrj,
Wicker limy Clmlts,
J up ni"o ite Cblntso Vases,
Oil I'aiutiiiKN of iNlntitl Kccncry,
11. W. JIfirble.top renter T.ibJe,
Lmb oldired Eii'-y Chair,
Hand Painted Mirror, Lambrequins,
Embroldiitcd Plush lla-tiers,
Cm lulus and Poles,
Carved B.W. Marble-top Bedroom Set,
1 Ash Bedroom Rot,
1 D V Mirulctnp lkdroom Sis',
Spring and Hair Miituoi c ,
jMosquito Nets a d Pillows,
Blacfc W. BxtensiOd faille
1 Upholstered Lounge,
B. W. BOOK CASE,
1 Wo.cestcr Toi Sit,
Cro keiy and Qhisvarc,
ileit Safe, G.iului Hoec. Also,
Stove & Utensils,
I Top Brake,
I Set Harness.
E3"TJ'0 premises will bo open for in
spection TO-MOltltOW fiom 10 A. m. to
2 r. m.
JAS. E. MORGAN,
tlO j td
T0UR1ST SEASON !
Covoied with Leather. A few of these
Uubre.ik-iblo Trunks to hand.
Solid Leather Portmanteaus!
FOR SALE BY
nn u TiAirTBO 9. nn
lii UIlllljlJ IX UUi
rpiIE undersigned having been ap.
J. poiulid As-iatico ol the Estate
iif It. W. L-iinc, lianknipt, tequcstt
all pcrMins who have claims ag-iinst the
is'ate of said It V Lainc, m cured 01
olbernise, to present the sanio dul.
Moin to, and nil pcr'oiis in ebled to
snid E-lale aio leipiibtid to make iinme
diate payment to
A .1. OAllTWItlGIlT.
Asalsneo of tbn Estntc of It. V.
noiioMdu, Jlaich 11th, 16S8. M 3iv
J R bog to iutunate that Mr. "W. L.
Vt Creen who bus hitheito, wiili
Mr G. W. Maofuibuio, conducted our
nircncy here, tetiies fiom the same us
1 n 1st January, 1SHH.
Sir. G. W. lliicfarliinc, assitled by
Mr. Hobett Canon, will continue to
rent friil our firm heic.
MIUUI.EE-, WAT ONT & CO.
Honolulu, 2Jnl rcbtunry. 1688.
Cooked Taro Flour !
Tho New Process to make Iho Best
of Poi with haidly any
rpiIE Hawaiian Pi nit & Taro Com
.JL jiany of Watlnku, 3Iani, ill be
piSpand to btipply the public ol liono.
lulu null the other Ifiaud-, on the 2nd
ilny of Ap il, 18K8, ilih n new prcpnia
lioa of T.to Floui culled COOKED
TAHO FLOIJU. Tliis i.niilu W f.ir
Mipuiior to tho oil i.iw Tnro Flour.
Thii aill lc is ulicudy cooked mill it ic
quiica haidly any work to niuKo tho
pu't ot l'ui mid ot'icr icccipts by nilil.
iiigConkid Tnro Flour to Loi'ing hot
water liku pr. paiinjj coin meal your
Pol is inudo ni once. Thoio dcl ini;
sour Foi will lnvo to let it stand 24
bourB. If too thin or koiii- iidil frith
piibto ol Gotkril 'J'aio Flour. Our 10.
cclpti with each bajis will glvo full jiui.
ticiiinrs. If our diii'ciions with each
linir aro stnctly followed It will not
f i 1 to iituko ilio cli'iinisi anil best of
I'oi. Tiii now procPan ol Cookul Turo
I'luiir is inudo by inuchiiKiy so tboro
raiiiiut ho any dlrlinos. or lllthini'-s in
I hi & way of tiuikiiiir I'oi. All tfiocory
ftioiui will bo funished with Colie'd
Taro Flour on Iho above date, Oui ic.
tail prico per 5 lb. bag will bu 40 ccnls
per Ban in llciioitilu, Any owr-chiiiuo
will bu iciiindol by notilMni; W. 11.
C'liinininps, Hell Tiilcphono No. U2 5. All
oidorn fiom tlio oilier IwhindR cun bo
tilled by H-udiug joorordorto
W. H. DANIELS, Manager,
W. H. OUMMINGS, Agent,
fl" The Company I prepared if fo
dosiied tiibtipply haul lol, not includ.
ing lotH of wutur, in one or more barrels
or bug Jots, at louist possible pi Ices.
KtilLlo and Cuirhii'u IIoufo
Inqiiliu tit tho HuLLinm olUce,
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X Buverlito in the Daily liuiiEiiH.
fS fl P5i B?v Q f7. S3 fl
The New and Elegant Fitted Store of M. HofflERHY, corner
of Fort and Merchant Streets,
,E,Jl f2s ESr' iiiA1
Vld W.LJi? toV&
i& &a vp w w 1 ?&&
Wt tmZZSa IPLY1 W, O uV MV.! 4 k?il Sf-J-' kSiTU
Where will bo found an Elcgnnt Display ol Goods of such
grndos, as this corner huo boon nhvayo noted for.
Entire Now Lines of Goods selected by Mr. B. A. Mc-
Ineniy now East. Among my very General
Stock will bo found
Ladies', Swisses' & Childrcns'
mm Ma m (
n 1 TTT T T
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens'
( (C u
Ladies' Silk Hose,
Ladies' Silk and Merino
Ladies' Misses' & Childrens'
waeafia ' HBa
Iba r.GHs!av IKI WK
Men's vSilk Undershirts & Drawers,
Perforated Silk Undershirts,
Lisle Thread & Balbrig-g-an Undershirts,
Saxony Lambs "Wool Undershirts and Drawers,
White and Ked Shaker Flannel Undershirts and
Anglo-India Gauze & Merino Undershirts.
Soy's Undershirts. My usual Fine Assortment of
penders, Jotivms White and Colored Kid Gloves,
Gent's Fine Hiding and Driving Gloves,
Every Style k Me in la's Hals & Boy's Straw Hals
I have the most Complete Assortment in Elegant Fashion
able Styles from the best houses in the United States.
Very Elegant Tweed and Cass Suits,
Black Dress Suits,
Black Frock Suits.
All My Clothing is Warranted Shrunk, Well-Cut, Carefully
Made and "Will Give Very General Satisfaction.
Hazors and Pocket Knives,
Razor Straps and Brushes,
Tooth, 3srail and Hair Brushes,
Flesh Brushes, Back Scratchers,
Hand Mirrors, (heavy plate) ,
CMce Perfumes ail Oilier Toilet Arlicles.
Ladies' and Gents' Solid Soje Leather Trunks,
Gents' Solid Sole Leather Valises,
Gents' Fine Leather Traveling Bags & Satchels,
Shawl and Trunk Straps,
Traveling Bugs, (very tine) , which every traveler ought to
The Usual Fine Stock of Lies' Gent's k Boy's
GOLD & SILVER
Ladies' & Gents' Gold and Silver Chains, Solid Gold and
Silver Jewelry, Dimonds and the famous G0RHAIY1
STERLING SILVERWARE, warranted 925 Fine.
C3TN. B. No Plated Goods Sold in this Establishment ."a
Thanldng the public generally for tho very liberal
patronage bestowed on this house during the last 25 years,
and soliciting a continuance of the saino at the New Pre
mises. The Clerks will be found ready and willing to cour
teously attend to all ladies and gentlemen visiting this
Honolulu, March 9, 1888.
E& () (3 3 $& Q tt K3. fl B
WJ13! K IIiWOi.. lljttJUWIi
Pel). & St. Goat But. Boots,
Dongola Kid Button Boots,
Shoes & Slippers, yari. styles,
Lisle and Balbrimm
ti-nM MA U tl. kVr
a aatkay Erawv
Shoes & Slippers
Very Choice Line of Sus
Canes in Solid Heads