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T" f r -: -- tHERgy8ToHEi MORTUARY RFDRT. te f fmjM T flf ST 1 Ifi 2 1 &l ''
. tv f - The totni mtmbor of deaths repotted "H H S?ja9 tt ISfi EFfiMilSli81ll
-""it. " . ' .tunoE cot.n iiKCinra aoaixst tnB for the month of November, 188B,wns55, B llwffl 1 fcLU- &SH I HKllnHvIal
L.'" " ' NEW MUSIC ' ,, saloon. distributed as follows:- " waia z?u h BBwaoBwn
GP Wo do not want tho parth ;
but wo do want tho dear public to
know that for First Class Art Goods
they must go to
yf,a '.';' 'l'mjt"?
HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Merchant and Fort
street, 'telephones, 335.
By Prof. II. Hcrgcr, published by
tho Hawaiian News Co.; No. 1G,
Puu 0 Ilultii No. 17, Ua 111k! No
aiea'U ; No. 18, Pua Alani. In addi
tion to the" above wo have just re
ceived a largo assortment of Steel
Music Instrumental and Song Folios
(latest edition'), Music Books, Violin
and Guitar Strings. Also a beau
tiful line of Ladies' Aitistic Papcr
trus in the latest designs. Call early
and get ilrst choice at tlio
Hawaiian Nkws Co.,
20 Merchant slreat.
MiuC. 0. Borger is not much of an
orator, but whun lie begins to placo
on paper figures respecting tho Now
Yoik Lifo Insurance Co., of which
he is agent, bo can make an excellent
showing. Bead what bo says elsewhere.
Have just opened out a Largo New
stock of Holiday Goods, composing
Set and Unset Diamonds, Brooches,
Earrings, Bracelets, Bangles, Lace
and Scarf Pins, Rings, Ladies' and
Gents Gold and Silver Watches and
Watch Chains, Ladies' Fob and
Vest Chains, Diamond JColInr But
tons, Clocks, Silver Ware, elc.
AS" Prices within the roach of all.
MONDAY, DUC. 3, 1888.
Sehr Sarah &Eli?a from Koolau
Sclir Kawailanl from Koolau
Stair Mlkahala from Kauai
Stmr Walalealo from Kilauca and
Stmr Iilkelikc fiom Maul
Sclir Rainbow f loin Koolau
Sclir Manuokawai from Koolau
Ilk Ceylon fiom Paget Sound
' Dec 3
Stmr Mokolil for Molokai at C p m
Stmr Jas Makce for Kapaa at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for Waianac andWalalua at
0 a m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau at 0 a m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr T,ckua for'Manl Hawaii at 4 p in
Stmr Kinau for HIlo and way ports
Stmr Mlkahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Llkellke for Kahului and Hana at
G p in
Stmr Kilauca IIou for Hamakua, Ha
waii at 5 p m
The place to make a good invest
ment lias been found, so says Mr. S.
B. Hose, agent of the Mutual Life
Insurance Company, of New York.
Ho is about light, for an hmuranco
policy in Jliat company is a very
From Kauai, per stmr Mlkahala, Dec
2 Dr X B Emerson, P A Scbaefer, G E
Fairchild, O Smith, O Laiscn, Miss
Ethel Wodehouse, Miss Glade, Miss
Hilda Burgess, 31is F llapper, Mrs
Alapal and 53 deck.
From Hanalcl and Kilauea, per stmr
Walaleale, Dec 2 R Geike and 10 oth-
From Maui per stmr Likelike, Dec 2
- G P Wilder and wife, Geo O Bcek
loy, M Louleson and wife, J N S Wil
liams, Johu Baker, Antono Sj'lva, P O
Jones, Lam Tap, Napapn, Willie and 41
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Lchua 1000 bgs sugar, ?00 bgs
Stirir Mlkahala G93 bgs sugar, 00 bgs
rice, 73 hides and 1 horse.
Stmr Mokolii 02 bbls molasses, 100
sheep, 15 head of cattle and 0
Stmr Like'.ike1100 bgs sugar, and 150
Sclir Lavinia050 bgs rice.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mb. Justico McCully sits at Cham-
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band concert at Emma Square, at
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 F. and A.
Harmony Lodge No. 2 1. O. of O.
F. at 7 :30.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BT J. r. MOnGAN.
At 10 a. m. household furniture
at theiesidencc of M. E. Living
stone, Nuuanu Avenue, below Eagle
SENTENCED TO DEATH.
At the term of Court at Waimea,
Hawaii, during the past week, a
Chinaman named Akaua was found
guilty of the murder of Ah Sang at
Napoopoo, Hawaii, on the 3d of
November. The jury returned a
unanimous verdict of guilty aud
Mr. Justico Bickerton sentenced the
prisoner to death. The condemned
man is now confined in Oahu jajl.
A SERIOUS CHARGE.
James Bennett was arrested Sat
urday evening on a warrant, and
stands charged with tho larceny of
a bdl of exchango drawn on tho
bank of Bishop & Co. for 8G3, said
bill of exchango being tho property
of J. M. Kippen, lately deceased
in Honolulu, said bill of exchange
having been drawn , by C. II.
Dickoy, of Makawao, Maui, and
stolen from the late J. M. Kippen
in Honolulu, on or about Nov. 17,
1888. It appears that a few days
before Kippen died he made a com
plaint to the police that he had lost
the cheque. Being detected in
trying to negotiate the document led
4to Bennett's arrest.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
BCrOItE Jt'CULLY J.
This afternoon Mr. Justice Dolo
delivered n decision in tho case of
W. It. CiilUou and Henry Bradley
vs. Minister of Interior. Petition
for n writ of mandamus to compel
the Minister to issttu a licenso for
tho Keystone saloon. His Honor in
a somewhat lengthy decision dis
missed the complaint with coats.
EXCURSION TO WAILUKU.
To-morrow nfternoou tho Likeliko
will sail at five o'clock for Maui,
with the Knights of Pythias excur
sion party. A new lodge will be
opened at WailuLu, and the party
will return to Honolulu Saturday
morning. The Royal Hawaiian
band will accompany tho excursion.
The following arc booked to leavo:
Deputy Supremo Chancellor David
Dayton and Mrs. Dayton; Past
Chancellors, Jno. A. Hassingcr, M.
E. Grossman, W. G. Ashley with
Mr3. Ashlev, Z. K. Meyers with
Mrs. Myers. R. M. Fuller, A. Gar
tenbcig, Chas. J. McCarthy, Geo.
C. Stratemeycr, II. Smith, Thos.
Lloyd, Tlios. R. Lucas and J. D.
Holt; Chancellor Commander, M.
N. Kennedy; Vice-Chanccllor Com
mander, Frecl Waldron ; Knights,
C. W. Zicglcr,"FrnukGcrtz, P. A.
Dias, Jno. Kidwell, Fred Lewis, Fred
Harrison, with Mrs. Harrison,Frank
Hustace, with Mrs. Hustace; Arthur
Richardson, Chas. T. Wilder, W.
C. Wilder Jr., J. L. Torbert, with
Miss Torbert, P. O. Sullivan and J.
C. White; Mrs. II. Johnson, Miss
Richie, Miss McCandlcss, Miss Ca
roline Nott, Miss Lillie Nott, Miss
Ward, Mrs. II. F. Hebbard.
Under 1 year..,
From 1 to C. . . .
From 5 to 10...
From 10 to 20.
From 20 to 30.
Brlghts Disease 0
Consumption.. . 8
Cholera Infant.. 0
Dls. of Heart.... 2
Dis.of Spine.... 0
Dis. of Throat. . 1
From 1)0 to 40...
From 40 to CO. . .
Fiom fiO to 00...
Fiom 00 to 70...
Fever Brain.... 0
Hemorrhage .... 1
Lcn. Exhaustion 0.
Old Age 4
Typhoid Fever.. 0
Ulcer of Stomach 0
6i; & 05 l?01tT STHEET.
Just Received by Last Steame;:
A FULL ASSORTMENT OF
Number unattended IS
COMPARATIVE MONTHLY MOKTALITr.
Band will give
bera this week.
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: l'AKT I.
Slow March The Brigado Dace
Overture-Italian in Algieis....Rosiui
Finale Eigoletto I' lotow
Selection Tannhnuser (new) . . Wagner
Pua Alani, Puu Oliulu, amo Ua Iliki no
Medley Gennau Songs (new)
AValtz Stories of the Vienna Forest
CornetPolka Love and Tiuth.Weleker
Galop Full Speed Bohm
Fiudat, Nov. 30th.
Apona ct al. vs. D. Kamai. As
sumpsit. From Third Judiciary
Circuit, May term at Ililo, for argu
ment and decision. Heard and de
cision reserved. V. V. Ashford for
plaintiffs ; W. R. Castle for defend
ant. BEFOnU. PKUSTOS J.
fn equity. II. A. P. Carter vs.
Kaaikaula. Suit for foreclosure and
sale of mortgaged nioperty. The
Court renders decision for plaintiffj
C. L. Carter for plaintiff; J. L. Ka
ulukou and J. II. Barenaba for
BKFOHU DOLE J.
Intermediary division. Mcle Lee
Sun vs. S. W. Mabelona. Assump
sit; note 870 and interest. De
fendant's appeal from Police Court,
Honolulu. Judgment for plaintiff
for amount, of principal, intcicst and
costs. S. K. Kaeo for plaintiff ; S.
K. Ka-no for defendant.
METEOROLOGICAL REPORT FOR H0VEM
BER. AT 9 AiM-LOCAL TIME. (
Means for month.
Temperature Barometer 70.fi
Unconocted Barometer Beading. 30. 147
Coriected Barometer Beading.... 30.050
Tcuipeiature, dry bulb 80.1
" wet " 73.7
Relative humidity C8.8
Elastic force of aqueous vapor 709
Nov. 1884 50 Nov. 1887...
Nov. 1885 39 Nov. 1888. . .
Nov. 18S0 40
Annual death rate per 1000 for mouth
SICKNESS IK THE SCHOOLS.
School. Scholars. Sick.
FoitStrcct School 240 10
Itoynl School 370 50
Pouukalua School 130 50
St. Louis College 358 20
l'repartoiy School 87 0
Sickness in schools is whooping cough.
J. H. Buown,
Agent Board of Health.
Toys, Toys of all Description,
Dolls, Dolls in all Sizes.
ALSO A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
Xmas & New Ye
SUITABLE for PRESENTS.
at 9 i;
uuronn dole j.
Accounts duo W.
be paid at once.
S. Luce should
H. B. M. S. Cokmoiunt arrived
Ililo last Monday.
The "Bulletin Weekly Summary"
will bo out to-morrow.
Twenty-five deaths occurred from
whooping cough during the month
The excursion to Pearl River Har
bor, on Saturday, in tlio steamer
Ewa, was a very pleasant affair.
HIp you want bomo good reading
peruoo tho new advertisement of the
Temple pf Fashion in this issue.
. m i
Some very neat black felt hats, just
tho thing for horseback riding, can
be found at N. S. Sach'a, 101 Fort
The Kinau sails at 2 o'clock to
morrow afternoon for Maui, Hawaii
nnd tho Volcano. Only $50 to see
the great wonder.
Mu. Henry Smith, Doputy
of tho Supremo Court, goes to
with tho Pythian excursion
well oarned vacation.
Mk. P. C. Jones will orcanizo a
now book-kueping class at tho Y, M.
O. A. Hall to-night. Anyono wishing
to join is invited to attond.
Tub temperanco mooting at Brew
er's block, Saturday ovening, was
fairly woll attended. Messrs, W.
Hobbs, Peck and others addressed
The Honolulu Arioij Society hold
their regular monthly meeting
on Saturday evening, in the Hayscl
don Hull, which tboy usod for tho
first time. Tho meeting was followed
by a socu,
i 9 ii '" ii
Shoutlv after 7 o'clock this morn
ing a team of horses' attached to a
dray loaded with merchandise, ran
away on Nnuunu street, Tho dray
collided with tho Mossmau building,
throwing tho horses down and scat
tering the merchandise in every di
rection. Yory littlo damage was
At fifteen minutes past four
o'clock this morning, the bell in tho
Central tower rang out an alaim for
a (ire on Alakca street,between Mer
chant and Queen streets, It was in
a two-story cottage leased by Sara
Kaai. The ground floor was unoc
cupied, but several parties were liv
ing upstairs. The fire department
responded quickly to the call and
Engine Company No. 1 getting on a
stream, soon had the lire under con
trol without much damage being
dono. Tho lire was first discovered by
Sam Kaai who lives next door, and
ho is under the impression that it
was incendiary. Ho states that
about three o'clock he heard a noise
close by, but did not got up to sec
what it was.
THE GRAND BAZAR.
Active preparations are going on
for the grand bazar, under tho pat
ronage of Her Majest' the Queen,
to be held Saturday the 22d inst.,
at tho Honolulu Rifles Armory, for
tho benefit of tho Ahahui Hooulu
and Ileola Lahui Societies. Ancie'nt
Hawaii will be represented by curios
of every description, and thrco girls
will bo dressed in old Hawaiian
costume, and play ancient musical
instruments. Another group of
girls will show how tapas, kahilis,
hats, etc., are made. The Hawaiian
booth will lys presided over by Queen
Kapiolani, assistod by ladies dressed
in Hawaiian costume. American
booth, Mrs. Geo. W. Merrill, assist
ed by ladies dressed in costumes of
ye olden times. English booth,
Mrs. Wodehouso; Portugal, Mrs,
Canavarro; Germany, Mrs. J. F.
Hackfeld ; Japan, Mrs. Taro Ando ;
Mexico, Mrs. R, W. Laino and Mrs.
P. Neumann, There will nlso bo a
Chlncso booth presided over by
ladies nnd gentlemen in Chinese
costume. II. R. II, Princess Kaiu
lani, will liave charge of the flower
table, and Rebekah will have a well.
Ice cream, cake and coffee will bo
served and there will be un endless
ynriety of fancy articles for sale.
If possible, during this week a
statement of the receipts and ex
penditures, along will) the constitu
tion and bye laws of the society will
bo placed before tife public.
Saturdat, Dec. 1st.
In tho matter of the cstate.of Ka
nuai, late of Ewa, Oahu, deceased
intestate. Petition of Mele Kaai
manu of Ilanalei, Kauai, to have F.
Wundenberjr appointed administra
tor of the estate. From facts found
in evidence petition is refused. S.
K. Kaeo for petitioner ; petition ct
Mokdat, Dec. 3rd.
In re guardianship of Mary La
hapa, a minor. Petition of Ka
mala (w) and Kainuwai (k) that
Samuel Haluapo be appointed guar
dian of said minor. Continued fiom
2Gth iust. Further beard and con
tinued until Wednesday next the 5th
inst., at 10 a. m. J. L. Kaulukou
for petitioners ; petitioners ct al.
Teinpciatiuc Barometer 7G.5
LTncoirec ted Barometer Beading. 30.140
Con cctcd Barometer Reading... 30.052
Tempeiaturc, dry bulb 74.1
" wet " 70.3
Duw point (7.r
Relative humidity 80
Elastic force of aqueous vapor . . . .C7fi
Maximum hctmoiuetcr 83.7
Minimum thermometer 70.1
Rainfall as per Fluiioincter,inchcs) 4.305
UXTIIEMES l'OIt MONTH.
Highest coriected Bar. leading, 30.101
on the 21st at !) a. m.
Lowest corrected Bjr. reading, 29.813
on the luili at 9 a. m.
Highest tempeiaturc in shade, 87.2
on the 21 st.
Lowest temperature In shade, 05
on the 14th.
Greatest daily rainfall, 2.300 inches
on the 15th.
XtUctt tmrffr thii Aul art chtrfed 10 cmtt
per hneftr thtlrtt tmrrtitn, a4 S cenltptr Hne
etery additional inter(ln.
YAN BOAT BTJTXjDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas Mill.
At the " ELITE."
Call for them while
We call attention to tho Ladies that we aro Closing Out our
Eutiro Stock of
Giilis k Mots at i Inn MElioi Prices,
Children's & Boy's Clothing' at Low Prices,
Boy's Knee Pants,
Ladies', Gent's' and Children's Shoes !
COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF
Dress Goods, Dress Goods.
Persian Caneres in all Has,
Double Width, at 35 Cents per Yard;
Children's & Infant's Dresses,
Lace Caps & Robes, etc.,
Just Received in New Styles.
C3 & 65 Fort Street.
rPHE ONLY LIVE PAPER
X Honolulu -Tho Dally Uullctic.
The masquerade ball given by the
Portuguese Philiarmonic Socioty,Sa
turday evening, at the hall of the
Portuguese Mutual Benefit Society,
was quite a successful affair. The
interior of the building was tastily
decorated with Hawaiian, American
and Portugueso ilags, with ferns and
palm leaves. Portraits of the King
of. Portugal and Mr. P. A. Dias,
President of the Society, were dis
played in conspiciioiiB placos. Hun
dreds of colored lanterns were hung
along the Blreet approaching the
hall, but unfortunately the wind
was too strong and they could not
bo kept lighted. In front of the
building was a temporary stand oc
cupied by the Portuguese band. The
ball was In the hands of the follow
ing: Kcception Committee J. M.
Vivas and M. A. Gonsalvcs. Floor
Committee : J. Fernandcs and J. M.
Gomes. Managing Committee P.
A. Dias, A. G. Silva, L. Audrado
and J. de Freitas.
There was not a very large array
of masqucraders, but some of the
comical costumes qnused consider
able merriment among the spectators.
A. Dias represented n wolf, W. Cot
tiell a clown, J. M. Vivas and J. A.
Gonsalvcs od. men, while one young
man was "attired" in au empty
cask. The first prize, a plush toilet
set, for the best robe, was awarded
to Mrs. "W. L. Cottrell ; the sccpnd,
a bronze inkstand, for the most
comical costume, to J. Efapcrito
Tho Hawaiian string band played
for (lancing and between the dances
tlio Portugueso band gave selections.
Just befoio the close of the ball, two
young men dressed in Chinese cos
tume gave a performance with flddlo
and gotig which caused much merri
ment. Ilafrcshmciits w ere sei vert in
the giounds by tho Klile Ico Cream
Pallors. Quite u haudsomo sum
should bo icalized by tho Philhar-
TF YOU LOSE ANYTHING,
THE DAMIEH FUND.
Tho following letter which appears
the current number of the
"Anglican Chronicle" is self-explanatory:
177 Camden Grove, N. Pcckhani,
S. E., Octdfcer 8, 1888.
To the Editor of Truth: Dear
Sir: Allow' me, through your col
umns, to cordially thank those who
have contributed to the above fund.
I have received up to the present
210 out of the 1,000, for which
an appeal was made. I confcBs to
lieingdisappointcd, having so con
stantly heard rich people express
their opinion that the poor leper
priest was tho "greatest saint liv
ing." It may interest you to know
that the amount collected has been
made up of small sums, including the
names of several clergy of tho
Church of England and other com
munions. Society, so called, has
subscribed almost nil, but bigotry
lias been entirely absent, both of
which facts are instructive.
The fund will be closed on Oct.
I remajn yours obedjeqtly,
lluau B. Chai'uan,
Vicar St. Luke's, Peckhara.
Monday, Dec. 3d.
Eleven drunks contributed $CG
to the treasury.
Kaleaumanu found guilty of vio
lating rule 3 express regulations,
was lined $4 with $1.10 costs.
James Brown charged with as
sault aud battery on J. Uiton vrs
James Bennet was charged with
larceny of a bill of exchange on the
bank of Bishop & Co. for 8G3. '
JBIG-JS Sc OOMJP-AJY.
NEW OODS-acSTNEW 0(DS"a JQPNEW GOODS
CHAS. J. FBSHEL.
Corner ol Fort 6 lUlol Streoti.
WE HAVE RECEIVED A' SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy Hoods MaMe for lie Holiday Season
v suca as
Satin Tahio Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
Xjtvoo CurtaliiH. Htamioil Tltllcu, Blioe linuu, 3Sto.
Fall Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pois, Etc.
We call particular attention to our fine selection in
Custom-Mile Gloli for Gents, Youths & Gllrea !
Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats it Gaps,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very fine in
Lailes' & Misses' Boots, Sloes & Sliers k Gents' Gaiters
Call on us beforo going elsewhere.
C2TMrs. E. G. Howe's beautiful work in Point Laces on exhibition heroS
to several cnmihlrs con
Whalo lloat Frames, wp
have nuw in uiurso of consti notion,
II Whale Jlout Frames 74 feet by 33 feot
long. These frames tire bent In one
piece of uuk, anil held to shape, thus
requiting little tact tu set them up ami
butlil. M'lio full frame for Midi bouts,
including cants, 4S sections in number,
is tol(l at $L8; with huge steins on keel,
ami ready to plank $10. They are not
lnteniloil to bo cliuKer built, nor as the
ftall hupoitcil whule boats pi opcr, but
nio Intended for iougl ute aud durable
llty, yet light withal, for llshlng and
Hading pmposcs. Wo have exported
tbuec frames aud intend doing bo, aud
make this offer to amateurs aud others
dfbiroua of trying their baud, with
plenty of lelsuio aud small cauh to make
a lm-.lnem. Will bend frames to ipiy
git en model fiom fi tu 25 tons. Also on
liuiiil fors.ile Sin and Pleasure Hunts,
Steins, Knees aud Timbers. Mutual
Telephone No U-'j.
DOWEIt & SCW.
70 tt Uont Builders.
CORAL STONES and BRIOKB, for
JOHN F. COLUUItN & CO.,
U0 lw Queen sUot.
HAS removed his residence to tho
" Dudoit House," KIdr street,
whure ho may ho found iu night from
0:30 p.m. to 0s3C . M. Mutual Tele,
phono No. 174. 10J lw
nPIIE undersigned will be in his office,
JL lirewcr's Hlock, Hotel street, next
door to Candy Rtorc, every day from 13
noon to 2 f. a. to receive orders, and
explain the use of above valuable Inven.
tlou for telephones. P. PJJOK.
STABLES and Canlage bouse at Ko.
palama, room to accomodate eight
Humus uuu uiicu uumuircs. Apply
HI Sw JOHN P. CCLlWItK
NOTICE is hereby given that tho
business heretofore carried on at
Wniluku, Maul, hy E. A. liiulcuhcrg,
h:u paksed into my h anils, and all per.
sons indebted lo tho said K, A. liielcn.
berg aro requested to make payment of
their accounts to mu In accordnnco with
the notice Issued by him.
WailukuNov.'.M, 1888. 110 8t
Beer ! Beer !
11. nA-CicpiaLii .& co.
Have Just received a fresh ship,
St. Pauli Beer, qts & pts,
Fuersten Brau, qts & pts,
Worrited Pure and In Good Order
which they oiler
nPHE Hawaiian Business Agency it
X alone authorised to collect all of
my accounts and receipt for same lu my
name. LO SAM SING.
Honolulu, Dec, I, y88. ill lvr
SCHOOL Street Bridge will be closed
eo Horses and Carriages, between
the hours of 7a. m. and 5 v. u from
wu.iwai, uct. , iooo, mi iiinuer
nonce. 11, 1.'.
rpiIE Splendid Grey
X Htalllou "1'rlnce,"
i vears old. will be sold
for out half his value
8500 in OoA Cola. If not sold in 10
(hryj), will he aeutMck to Bnu FranoUco
011 next steamer. Apply ti
IU lw JL WORMINQTON.
.... - ... .- . l .. 1 T.i.-.im " mi.ii ini-1 mtvi . ... ... : 11 rjmt
t inrowiiiK urn uursus uiwii nu soui- innnin snnintv. Ktoins. Knees una Timbers. Mutual juiy n-oa sgoo in uou uoia. 11 not sola in 10 . 'ixm
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ill I i-t." , i'."i B.-iiuiniui.Tiuu. ... :''''' HUH NQ IK HI I.IIW Ktt tt.Y
'tlkTBULLETmiealve - on i steamer. A,py m -
I -. uycuiuk imiiyr, uu tenia yor caonui 1U7 lw iiviiiuiuil( t 1
t .-iiDRff' wif . ., fc. -sbeImmW