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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand : Mercliant and Fort
Btrcet. Telephones, 385.
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FRIDAY, JAN. 11, 1889.
Stun- Klntui from Hawaii uud Jlaul
Stmr Kaala from Walalua and Watnunu
Stmr C It lllshop for a Circuit of Oulm
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Thk San Mateo reached San Fran
cisco in ten days.
An expected bridegroom did not
come l5y the S. S. Australia, Wednes
l)n. S. G. Tucker has taken quai
ters at the Eagle House, where ho
may be found at night, after his of
The Tramways Company an
nounce that on and aftoi Monday
next, Jan. 14th, fares will be col
lected by tickets only.
The auction sale of household fur
niture belonging to W. S. Luce by
Mr. L. J. Levey this inorning.brought
Mr. Peck received a shipment of
magniphoncs, for attachment to the
tiansmitters of telephones, by tho
steamship Australia, and is distribut
ing them around town.
A DASEBAM. match will take place
to-morrow afternoon at 2:30 o'clock
at Makiki, between the Mystic and
Kamchamcha School nines.
On Monday next, the 14th hist.,
the annual meeting of the P.L. Cha
ritable Association will be held at
Mrs. Canavarro's residence, Bereta
nia street, at 2 o'clock p. in.
William Daniels, Chief Quarter
master of the U. S. S. Alert, com
mitted suicide last night, by cutting
his throat, and was buried at 1 :30
o'clock this afternoon.
One of the drivers of tho Tram
ways Co.'s cars seems to have been
pretty roughly bandied by toniebody
yesterday. His head looks like jelly
lish done up in linen bandages.
The subject of tho prayer meeting
at the vestry of the Central Union
Church this evening is, "The children
as Christian What should we expect
of them," led by Rev. W. C. Merritt.
A dispatch from New York, De
cember 27th says: Claus Spreckels,
tho Pacific Coast Sugar King, is re
ported to be negotiating for the pur
chase of the American Lino steam
- - ----The
Tramway Company began
breaking giound beyond tho King
street bridge this morning, prepara
tory to continuing their lino to Pa
lama. The position of the turn-table
opposite the car sheds was also mark
Mil. L. J. Levey announces an
auction sale, for San. 11) th, of sta
tionery, etc., by order of the moit
gagco named in a certain indenture
of mortgage made by Mr. W. II.
Mhk. John Cr.owni.r., wife of a
Bulletin compositor, died yesterday,
leaving, besides a husband, a baby
boy of about six days old. Tho
funeral took place at 3 o'clock this
The latest number of the "Electri
cal Review," published in New York
City, gives Honolulu the credit of
having "more telephones in uso ac
cording to tho population than any
The father of Mr. S. I. Shaw, of
Honolulu, died at San Joso, Califor
nia, on Christmas day, at tho ago of
seventy-live years, Mr. 8. I. Shaw
leaves by tho noxt steamer for tho
scene of bereavement.
An unaddtcsscd parcel containing
embroidered handkerchiefs and sits
ponders was left a fow weeks since,
probably by mistake, at tho house of
Mr. T. R. Walker, to whom tho
ownor is requested to apply for thoni.
The cai-o of Dr. Sehmotl, practis
ing as a phy&ieian without a liceiiho,
was heard in tho Police Court yester
day afternoon, He denied having
practised medieinu or surgery. Tho
eiibo was loinamled to Saturday for
, . . . " I
Hon, H. A. P. Carter, Hawaiian
Envoy Extraordinary and Minister
Plouipotontiuiy ut Washington, 1ms
boon appointed Kirst Delegate to tho
International Marino Confuiouee, to
toQtuo greater safety of life- and iro
purly at sea, to ho holil at Washing
ton, TlIU Multoiio eato has beep nociv
pyiug tliu utteutum of tho Suproniu
Court nil morning, Ono witness hnd
beu ox.uiiiiied up I" I- u'ulw'ki
Judge Uiukoiloii, who is homing tho
ease, said that it must ho IIhUIiwI to
day mid u iato session will probably
London Punch luopnses thai u
QlirUtmttti present of iifitjO ho sept u
I'tUlior tamluiii Hio lioiolo Hprwtio of
(ho IgnerbutUeiDuut of MQlukni, Siiml
yiU Ishwik iit urtlttr to miiililu Hint
Bisal ivuit oMIio lupin to juoviih)
a 8i)i(ubo eliuruli for liis n!)i(il
'Pur. band gives a public conceit at
the Hawaiian Hotel this evening, for
which a capital piogranuno of music
has been ai ranged.
II. 1). M. S. CoitMOitANT left tho
haibor yesterday for a day's practice.
A landing iR to bo made on luolokai,
where the practice is to be hold. Tho
Cm lnoraul is exported to return to
A Hawaiian Camera Club was or
ganized last evening and the follow
ing officers elected :
C. Heideinann President
Geo. W. Smith Vice-President
A. W. Richardson
Secretin y & Treasurer
Rand concert at Emma Square
at 1 :30.
Prayer meeting at Central Union
Church at 11 a. m. and 7:30 p. m.
Last day of C. J. Fishel great
silver gift sale.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Band concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel at 7:30.
Service at St. Andrew's Cathedral
Hawaiian Council, No. 08!) at
Hawaiian Tribe No. 1, I. O. R.
M., at 7:30.
Prayer mcclinc at vestry Central
Union Church at 7 :30.
Meeting of Hawaiian Branch of
Blue Ribbon League, at Queen
Emma Hall, at 7:30.
Tho flag of the U. S. Consulate
was set at half mast this morning, as
a symbol of respect to the memory
of tho late Dr. John Scott. Dr.
Scott has been a conspicuous figure
in Ohio politics for years past. In
1874 he was appointed U. S. Consul
at Honolulu, which position he held
held until '79, when he resigned.
Dr. Scott was greatly respected by
all who knew him. He died at Le
banon on Dee. IGth, after an illness
of three weeks.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
I lie Hawaiian Hotel commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: PAIIT I.
Overture Peter Sehmoll AVobcr
Waltz The Skaters Waldtcufel
Quadrille Kiiii of the Fair. . . . Williams
Reminiscence of Balfc Godfrey
Malauai, .Maliiua Malamahima, Llpo
lipo. PAIIT II.
Echo ' lece Ka Ilea a IHku. ...Merger
Selection-- Qoceacio Suppe
W It. Violets Waldteufel
Galop Hermit Bells Malllard
0. S. S. CO.'S NEW TIME TABLE.
The Oceanic Steamship Compa
ny's new time table makes the day
of arrival at and depaituro from
Honolulu of the next through
steamer from Australia to San Fran
cisco, Saturday, (to-morrow), Jan.
12, and every lourth Saturday
thereafter. The date of the next
steamer's arrival at Honolulu from
San Francisco, and departute for
Australia, is Saturday Jan. 19, and
of the departure of the
from Honolulu for San
is changed from 12
o'clock to 2
o'clock p. m., on the
samc day of the week (Tuesday) as
THE NUUANU STREET FIRE.
The inquest on the fire in a nar
row passage-way on Nuuami street,
was finished yesterday afternoon,
the jury returning the following ver
dict: "That tho said fire was in their
opinion the work of some incendiary
or incendiaries unknown to this
jury." (Signed), C. L. Hopkins,
Coroner; E, R. Hendry, Thos. E.
Wall, II. Vierra.
The following explains itself:
We, tho jurors on the inquest of
tho recent lire on Nuiianu street, de
sire to express our high apprecia
tion of the prompt manner in which
tho policeman Solomon Pukila res
ponded to the alarm, and tho effect
ive manner in which ho put out the
fire. And wo would most respect
fully recommend him to tho notice
of tho Board of Underwriters for his
commondahlo action mentioned
E. R. Hl'.NlHIV,
Titos. E. Wall,
Honolulu, Jan. 10,
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
Piwlo, the murderer of Mario
Agnetau, lias written a letter to i'te
sitleut Caniot, He says ho dno not
desire a commutation of his sen
tence, as lie docs pot wish to sur
vive the disgrace that has been nut
King Milnu him cansonled to re
linquish the right to conclude for
eign ulliniicim uud military coiivuiir
lions, The radicals are now ready
tu uiicont a pew constitution.
At lloltou, Euglawli part of the
notion, operatives are on a Btrlkc,
'J'hu masters Mirunleuii general look
out, A prolonged struggle is ex
jiuoteil, as the apurnliviM we well
supplied, Willi money,
A liomli was exploded, Deo, 2lti,
In front of the rosltlPiico of Hyeii,
Oonamativu iiumiliur of the Ulmm
m ef Uupiitloi.
(n Uip tlylmtw In tlio House of
fiQrtli ph l&rt African i>a lm
DAILY BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H., I., JANUAET 11, 1889.
aw jaawaaBiiaEffagceaiwiijmiiw am
Salisbury declared absolutely that
there would tic no expedition into
the Soudan, but Suakiin must not be
abandoned. The whole character
of the operations must be enlarged.
Those who advised the Government
to seize Suakiin and hoist the Eng
lish flag should study the treaty of
A RUMPUS AT HONOLULU.
The following is a sample of how
Honolulu occurrences are sometimes
misrepresented or exaggerated by
the foreign press, from the San
Francisco "Post" of Dec. 27, 1888:
A row has broken out in Hono
lulu between British Commissioner
Wodehouse and Harry llebbard,
the Road Supervisor, which has cul
minated in Ilebbard's commending
Wodehouse and the British Govern
ment to the infernal regions. Wode
house has reported the whole mat
ter to tho Impeiial Government at
London, and the end is not yet.
The trouble originated in a dis
pute over a street railtoad franchise
from Honolulu to Waikiki, which
was granted to the British house of
Skinner & Co. and to George V.
Macfarlane, though it was origin
ally promised to B. F. Dillingham.
Skinner's crowd employed a man
named Gribble, facetiously known
as Graball, to supervise the work.
The track was put down with T
rails, though the franchise called
for flat rails, and rapid progress
was made until a narrow and poorly
constructed bridge near Waikiki
was reached. Gribble wanted to
build on this bridge, but Thurston,
Minister of the Interior, told him
the bridge would have to be
strengthened. Gribble objected,
and one Saturday, in Thurston's
absence, he put on a large force of
men and rushed the track across
tho bridge, making it impassable to
teams. Chief Clerk llassinger, of
the public works department, had
the backbone to order llebbard to
pull up the tracks, llebbard got
fiftv nrisoners from the reef and
went to work.
Gribble at once demurred, and
armed with an order from British
Commissioner Wodehouse, com
manded llebbard to desist. lleb
bard jeered at him and pulled up a
track that he was standing on.
"In the name of the Britisli Gov
ernment," shouted Gribble, "I
command you to desist."
"To with the Britisli Gov
ernment, and Wodehouse, too," re
torted llebbard. The prisoners
soon had the rails off the bridge
and threw them over the side.
Gribble lias been enjoined from
building over the bridge, but .he
and Wodehouse both threaten dire
vengeance on the realm.
llebbard is a brother of J. C.
llebbard of this city, who has just
been elected Justice of the Peace,
and is credited with having plenty
SENATOR STANPOl'.I) OPPOaEll TO
dhotion of di;ty imu'.ss
"A Washington despatcli of Dec.
17, says: Representative Kelton
to-day secured a promise from the
Senate Finance Committee to give
the California delegation a hearing
on the i eduction of the sugar tariff
in the Senate bill. Mr. Felton pro
poses to present to the committee a
statement of the condition of tho
beet sugar industry in California.
He will endeavor to show that the
developinen1, of that industiy thus
far proves conclusively that the
making of sugar from beets will be
a great success in California, and
will be one of the great industries of
that State. lie will maintain that
the reduction of the tariff on sugar
as contemplated in the Senate bill,
will check and may destroy the in
fant industry of making sugar from
beets. It is probable that the en
tiro California delegation will ap
pear before the cotninilteo and urge
tho sumo arguments and protest
against a reduction of the duly on
A despatcli from Washington in
the S. F. Chronicle of Dec. 19, says,
Senator Stanford created a good
deal of surprise In the Republican
Senate caucus this morning. Tho
caucus had assembled to consider
the resolution to lake n recess dur
ing the Christmas holidays. Tho
California Senator took occasion to
notify the caucus that ho could not
vote for the Tariff bill in its present
condition, Tho meager Republican
majority in the Senate makes It im
possible to pass the Tariff hill if
.Senator Stanford votes against it,
Tho determination shown by Stan
ford in this matter and his hide
poiuloiicu in the past have impress
ed tins Republican leaders in the
Senate that thi'y must modify their
Tariff hill, materially, if they cxpoct
to pass It in that body,
After tho caucus Senator Stan
ford said i "The hill in not satisfac
tory to mo, because, in my Judg
ment, if It became law it would
injure boyeral linluslrios in Califor
nia of great nrniiiWe, lu tliu llrt
place, Hiu hill cuts down the pre
sent duly on biigar one half, con
sider Hint there is no longer any
dniiht about the successful irmuu-
factnro of hiif,rai in California from
licots, It seems lo urn that in it fuw
years tliu raising ot sugar will ho one
qf tlie moat important, nouupittlflnx
In California., in tho future I think
It will he u valuable to, llio Sttlto w
tlioeulllvutionof the vine fer tho
making of wiui. I have liut'il 111
fgruml that Uiu AlY&iiulakegt maw
factory, with its old-fashioned ma
chinery, is now producing sugar
from beets profitably. The experi
ment at Watsonville has established
in my judgment the success of that
undertaking. 1 do not think I can
afford to vote for the reduction of
the tariff on sugars.
"I dislike very much to separate
myself in a matter of this kind from
my party, and 1 shall do so most
reluctantly, but I feel at present
that it is unnecessary to make this
cut in sugar, and it would be very
harmful lo the State I represent. If
the Republicans desire to reduce the
revenue they can make a sulllcient
reduction by taking off the internal
revenue tax on tobacco and whisky.
It would certainly be better for the
country to relioYe those two domes
tic industries from the burden of
taxation than lo destroy or cripple
the manufacture of sugar.
"Tho bill also reduces the tariff
on oranges, lemons and limes. 'This,
however, can easily bo remedied. I
should like very much lo have at
tached to the Tariff bill a provision
to free our sweet-wine makers from
paying a tax on spirits used to for
tify the wine for exportation. I con
sider this a great injustice to our
home wiuemakcrs, as our sweet
wines can be bought, taken to
France, fortified and returned here
and sold cheaper than wo can fortify
lucm ami sell them in this country.
1 have asked the Finance Commit
tee of the Senate to permit me to
appear before them and present the
objections which I have to the bill.'"
The "Post" of San Francisco,
comments on Stanford's course, Dec.
19, as follows:
Senator Stanford has broken loose
on the tariff. He has llatly inform
ed the Republican senatorial cau
cus that he will not vote for the Se
nate Tariff bill. The ground of his
opposition is tlist he cannot agree to
a reduction of the duties on sugar,
oranges and lemons. The beet su
gar experiments, lie considers, nro
tally successful and the cut on su
gar would be harmful tothe State.
The reduction of the sugar duty
is the most popular proposition that
lias been brought forward for many
years. It was an issue in the late
campaign, and assisted in bringing
the Republican victory, and It will
not be abandoned lightly.
Last year the people paid $58,
01G,G8G in duties on imports of su
gars valued at $7-1,212,279. This
protected a domestic product that
would have been worth about 85,
000,000 in the foreign market or
89,000,000 in the American market.
J. lie price paid lor protection is
justly considered excessive in pro
pottion to the amount protected.
Six years ago the sugar-growers
informed the Tariff Commission
tiiat an ad valorem duty of some
forty per cent, would ho sufficient
lo protect them. The improvements
since then in the process of getting
sugar from the cane and beets have
reduced the cost of sugar so far that
the duty is now over eighty per
cent. The Senate bill proposes to
reduce it to 11 per cent. The Se
nate committee took the beet sugar
industiy into account in proposing
this reduction. The Finance Com
mittee's report, p. 17, says:
If it were not for the fact that
parties interested in the production
of sugar from sorghum or beets arc
confident of the rapid development
of these industries in the United
Stales the cor.iiiiittec would recom
mend a still greater reduction in the
rate of duty upon sugar, as the ad
vantages of this reduction would bo
felt through a larger circle that any
other which could bo made in our
We should bo very unwilling to
consent to anything that would in
terfere with the success of the beet
sugar experiment, but sugar is so
important a necessity in every fam
ily that it should not be kept at a
high price uimuco.isrmly. in many
families sugar costs more than
bread, and the proposed induction
in duty would be a real relief to the
people. Thero is reason to believo
that a forty per cent, duty will be
enough to encourage tho develop
ment of tho beet sugar industry in
California in view of the improved
machinery anil tho high quality of
the beets thus far grown.
The reduction of duty on oranges
and lemons js another doubtful ques
tion, The moil who are qualified to
speak on it have said nothing, Not
a giower of citrus fruits has protest
ed agaius the reduction so far as we
have been able to find out. If the
reduction will injure the fruit-growers
of tills coast, it should not be
made, but there is fair reason to be
lieve that the citrus fruitgrowers of
California have little to fear from
foreign competition with the duties
nt $l.n() a thousand,
Seuutur Stanford's proposal to
take off tho whiskey tax will not lie
listened to by the Republicans, mid
hhould he the lust thing to conn
from i California representative
California's interests are all afjaiiisl
eliuap whisky, When corn whisky
can ho made for Un cents u gallon,
the work of introducing C'ulifoniin
wines will he much harder
than mm. Wind California
wants is ileiir whisky nit cheap
wines, Ami tlila will ho gooil ileal
holler Inr tliu neuiilo, too,
Tho s, F, Kxmiilnur of Dpo, 20,
offers tho following comments i
jjomttur bliinfanl's opposition to
the Semite linlff hill may he the
mean I'ruvhlentluliy provided, IP
enable thu liwpnldietin piuty to lei
go of tliu tmiif hear, Tliu hill mm
not piiM without Mr. Similarly
vulo, nuil his nlijueUQin go lo tiie
i99t of lb? tiMittwi if IN Qmrnje
duty were llv only thing that stood
in the way, i might be restored to
please him, but the reduction in the
rales on sugar is the heart of the
measure. To give that up would bo
to start in again at the beginning of
the whole work.
Mr. Stanford reminds us of tho
existence of tho Chicago platform.
He remarks that if the Republicans
desiro lo reduce tho revenue "Ihcy
can make a sulllcient reduction by
taking off thcj.intcrnal revenue tax
on tobacco and whisky." There
speaks the Republican of the ortho
dox modern school. It makes us
proud to think that our State fur
nishes the only Senator who can re
member the principles of his parly
six months after their enunciation.
Tho Senate tariff bill has struck
just the snag that might have been
expected. When the tariff is to be
"revised by its friends," every
friend has his pet exaction Unit
must not be touched by reform. No
genuine revision can come from such
sources. As sugar is produced
principally in the South it seemed as
if the subsidy party might be united
in favor of withdrawing its protec
tion, but Senator Stanford has
shown that the sacred system of mu
tual grab cannot be touched, even
in that quarter.
It is better so. Let the two hos
tile policies become clearly defined.
Let the Republican party plant itself
upon extravagant appropriations,
witli free whisky and tobacco as a
further resource, and let tariff re
form be left entirely to the party
that bclicrcs in it.
Xollcet under this htad art charged 10 cents
per lineor thcfinl Intertlon, and 6 cents per line
every additional insertion.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
TO the Creditors of the EBtate of
Lee lloop & Co., bankrupts, take
That the undersigned, Assienco of tho
Estate of Lee Hoop & Co., bankrupts,
has preparatory lo his fluid account
mill Uivitlcml, submitted his account
as such Assignee ami filed tho earnc
before Hon. L. McCully, Justice of the
Supremo Court, nt his Chnmlicrs, to
whom he will at 10 o'clock a. m. on
SATURDAY, the 12ih day of January,
1W), apply for n bcttlcment of said ac
count Mid for a discharge from all lia
bility as such Assignee, and for an order
to muke a final divUkivl.
And thnt tiny person interested may
then and there appear and contest the
same. W. C. PARKE,
Assignee Estate ot Leo Hoop & Co.
rpiIE Co-partnership heretofore cxtet--L
iug between J. K. Wilder ami
Henry Davis of this City, expired by
limitation, December 31, 1SS8, anil
ceased to exist at that date. Sir. llenry
Davis has purchased the interest of Mr.
J. K. Wilder In the business and as
sumes nil the liabilities of the linn of
Davis & Wilder. He will piy all
amounts duo by tho firm and collect all
outstau line; accounts due said lirn., and
continue the business from date, imilur
the name and btyle of Ilcnrv Davis V, Co.
.1 K. WILDER,
Honolulu, J nnu iin !), ISS'J.
&Tn retiring from the fii in of Davis it
Wihkr, I would lespietfully nK for my
successor Mr, Henry l.ivl, the on Inn
ancoofall the coed will and kind at
r.mngu which we together enjoyed, fuel,
ing confident hi' will not be W'irMiii-r In
eflort and Uiro to plea-e an I i-atlsty
all parties who afford him tin ir put oi-agc-
J. K. Wlh. or.
Per 8. S. Australia,
At The Beaver Saloon
II. J. A'OIriO, Proprietor.
frlEO. P. SEVERING
Hint taken tho Hlurtio foruieily occupied
by A. A. .Miiiitniiit corner of Klne;
and Fort xtirei ami is pro-
p.ued R take
PICTURES IN ANY STYLES !
rrlntliiK Done lur AiiiaiiuirM,
Cabluets $0 a Doz. Work Guaranteed,
i3r Kiilriimui on Kurt Hlieet. "ji
A KHIWH HlMMM.Y OF THK
"Thu Queen ot Tible Waters,"
I A, ifi'll 00,'S,
?Q seal? j'f tiisallii
. u' (HI fJili A B A SZLa
Notice of Removal.
Clr3 Mr. Ehrlich bogs to inform his num
erous patrons and the public in general that
the "Temple of Fashion" is moving to the
Corner of Fort and Hotel Streets, and will
be in order for business on Saturday morn
ing, December 29, 1888.
152s T EC IR "8
E30--T? Ac OOIWCIP-A.Tir.
WE HAVE 1JKCEIVEI) A SPLENDID SELECTION OF
Fancy fioofls SuitablB Tor tbe Holiday Season
Satin Table Scarfs, Shaded Plushes, Velvets, Surahs,
l-i Oiii'taliiH. Stumpufl '.TUllfH, 8hoc XIiifSH, 13 to.
Full Line of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arrasene, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
We call particular attention to our fine t-election in
CttsloHiiile ulotli! for Glints, Yitls & Glim !
Furnishing Goods, TrunkB, Valises,
Hats & Caps, Etc., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in Neckwear,
Latest Style If you want something very lino in
Mies' k Misses' Boots, Shoes k Slier s k Gents' Gaiters
Call on us before going elsowhere.
CSTMrs. E. C. Howe's beautiful work in Point Lacos on exhibition heroSa
'M;,. i " : ,', ,'.... ,,,,"'"""'"'"""" "" , i
XT'Ort'i: hJTKEET, HONOLULU.
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever
Just Hocclved -
ISovolttow and lnjy CJooUn, In Lureo Variety.
JUST TO HAND
A HMALL 1NVOIOK OF
Eilisl jinpr Ale.
f, a, siiiiii go.'s.
f W, JlofllMUK htruhy uoiiilcs the
rl inilillo tluu hu will, hi mnliinc-
lion Willi J. McUuoutMWiy (in Ilia Una
Qiigu riiii!umii nmyiiiu inu
somlUBiod by t, Uiwui Vn, (
uii tin timmury
I, BiO. AlUlmWnr
im iimying won.
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MUiUIIIM lvIUHi U't
ois-a ks-nkw goods
Hardware Co., Ld,
New Invoice of
ALL parties indebted to W. S. Luce
on Hie UOth day of Septembo'r'lust,
arc requested to si'Ulc up their accounts
at once. V, 8. LUOE.
Hy hU allorney.ln-faot, Frank llrovru.
S. R. Patch,
Kawalaliao Female Seminary.
Mir of Voicel Piaio,
la prt'jnretl to rcoclvo puplli,
Hafk'ia, by nermWilon tu UhuHiik pro
fwuors of iuukUi in CaHfornU, uud to
pruviutia mpuih-'iivu In IimcIiIuu In lUut
tilalo, AililrvM ui u,iorv. H0 8n