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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
Hack stand: iWcrchnnt nntl Fori
Btrcct. Telephones, 335.
TUESDAY, JAN. lo,'l88t).
Stinr Kuala from Wulnltia and Wnlanno
Stinr C It Bishop from Kuolnu
Sehr Iluleakala for Pcpeoleo
Hum- Kiuuii for Jlllu :lul way ports at
'2 ii in
Stun- Likcllkc for Maui and way porta
at o p in
idtiurLuhua fur Hawaii at i p in
S S Australia for fan Krancn-co at noon
For San'FraneiiCO per S S Australia,
Jan lGth S Colin, -Mis It Mnllh, A
Haas, .Mis X P.J.ieobson, IM. Phillips jr,
J T Watcrhousc and wife.gA L Louis
son, Ilciuy Wiiteihoiisu and wife,
J llyinau and wife, l)r Hroilloand;wlfe,
H F Lewis. Steerage: K MoGcency, T
Pan ell, V ttuw.iii, Mrs Murray and 5
ohildien, .1 Fincr. -i V Fowler, . I AIu
r.ighn, O W 15ingi'r-.
LOGAL ft GENERAL NEVS.
A iir.WAM) is ofTurctl for n strayed
carpenter wants n
jMn. Justice l'leston
Chambers tliis week.
pi eridrs nt
struct is to let or
Anciioiih, chains, boats, lope and
ligging will bo told on Kntttuhiy by
Tin: Iiilei-island Steam Naviga
tion Company will pay a dividend of
tlueo dollais per slmre to-moiiow.
1)1!. C. J. Wood will net for Dr.
John lliodie in nil mailers of busi
ness dining the lalteis absence from
An impoitanl meeting of the build
ing committee of St. AndiowV fa
thedial was held last cening in the
Sunday i-cliool room.
Mil. J. F. Morgan will liuld an ns
Mgnoo'H pnlo of line wilier, tpnits,
boor." , etc., at the stoic of V. M. hnee,
on Wednesday, the 2.')d inl.
Mi:h1!H. IfolUchlaeger it '. hne
just received two moie ol tlio ede
Inaled Wesdei mayor pianos, so well
known for their many qualities.
HOSA In this city, January i:!th, to the
wife of .Iocph Uosa, a son.
SM ITU-LIN OS AY At St. Andrew's
Cathedral, Jan. 14th, by llov. Alex.
MackintO'-li, Mr. TIiointH tjmith to
Miss JMinririu Lindsay, daughter of
Mr. Thob. hlnday.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
pulilic concert this evening at
Thomas Square couimc.icing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: l'Al'.T r.
March Coronation Meyerbeer
Overture Italian in Algier ltoslnI
Chorus Taunlianser Wagner
Selection Marth.i Ploto w
Kun Lei. Puu Ohtilu. Ualiikinonie an.
Reminiscences of Verdi Godf i ey
Fantasia Forge in the Foie-t.Mlchaelis
HuttiiAt? or Customs, 1
Honolulu, II. I., Jan. M, 1880. )
His Excellency W. L. Gnr.KN, Min
ister of Finance,
Sir: I have the honor to submit
to Your Excellency Ihc table of llio
principal domestic exports of the
Hawaiian Islands, for the quarter
ending ttcu. 31sl, 1888.
Also, a comparative tabic of ex
ports foe the twelve months, 1888,
compared with corrcapondingperiod,
1887. 1 have the honor to be, Sir,
Your most obedient Servant,
A. S. Cm:uiiohn,
Quantities and Values of llio Princi
pal Domestic Exports, Hawaiian Isl
ands, for the Quaiter ending Decem
ber 31, 1888, by Customs Dhtriotu.
At 10 o'clock to-nioirow moining,
llio annual business meeting of the
Ladies Society of Central Union
chin eh will be held in the church
Last evening, lli-v. Alex, and Mrs.
Mackintosh entertained at dinner,
Capt. and Mis. Dowar and Mr.
SteveiiFon of the British yacht
Dit. M. 13. Grossman, the dentist,
will close his ollieo Fcbruaiy 8th,and
on the day following take hi.s de
partuic for the Coast to be absent
Notwithstanding: the damp wea
ther last night the Hawaiian Land
gave a concert at Emma Squaie
which was faiily well attended. Sev
eral pieces were le-demanded.
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SUPREME COURT JAN. TERM.
BUtOlti: 1IICKI.KTON J.
The King vs. A. Kennedy. Un
lawful possession of opium and pie
paration thereof in Honolulu Octo
ber 10, to wit., GO tins. Appeal
from Police Court, Honolulu, wheic
on October 20th defendant was lin
ed S200 with one mouth's imprison
ment. Tried before the following
jury: J. A. Bcrget, Cbas. Lucns,E.
Suhr, J. Welsh, J. A. Hopper, W.
E. II. Dcvcrill, J. A. Spear, J. M.
Dowsett, J. W. Gibbs, II. G.
Crabbc, IJ. Grieve and G. C. Stratc
meycr. The jury at 1:28 p. m. re
tired to consider their verdict. At
3:32 they are brought in and state
they cannot agree standing 8 to -1.
They retire again but at -i :-18 are
Tuksday, Jan. loth.
The Court opens at 10 a. in., C.
II. Nicoll on Dr. F. 11. Day's certi
ficate is excused for the term.
A. W. Ciawford & Co. vs. llobcrt
Briggs, Bishop & Co. and S. 15.
Dole garnishees. Assumpsit. Mo
tion of garnishco S. B. Dole for
judgment and discharged. Con
tinued from lite 14th. Motion over
ruled. The King vs. Chailey Bolabola.
Housebreaking. Pleads not guilty.
Tried befoie a foreign jury who
without retiring render a unanimous
oral verdict of guilty. The prisoner
is sentenced to two years and six
months' imyrisonment at hard labor.
The King vs. Wcry. Selling
liquor. Tried before a foreign jury.
SUPREME COURT-IN CHAMBERS.
nr.FOKi: rnr.STON J.
Mi:. C. 1!. lieynolds, who was rc
e 'iilly appointed Superintendent of
llie leper tettlenicnt on Molokai, has
gone back to his old position as
agent for llio Bo.ml of Health.
Mi:. Theo. Scveiin has made some
very excellent photographs of
gioups of the tailors and olliuuis of
the U. S. S. Aleit. They aie on exhi
bition at hia studio, Foil stieet.
WuiSK will bo commenced some
lime next week on the load fiom
Ka.noiliili to Kapiolani I'.iik, for
which an appropriation of !r."i,000
was passed by the hist Legiglatuie.
The woik will be pushed right
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EVENTS THIS EVEN1NC.
Excelsior Lodge No. 1,1. O.
Band concert at Thomas Square
Monday, Jan. M.
Bankruptcy of A. M. Ilcwctt.
Claims are proved to the amount of
85,802.22. Hon. W. C. Parke is
Bankruptcy of Quoug Yuen Co.
Ordered that the assignee's sale of
property enumerated in their appli
cation of January 10th be confirmed.
Services at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral and Central Union Church at
7:30 p. m.
At 10 a. in. proof of claims in
bankruptcy of W. II. Graenhalgh.
Special meeting Boaid of Under
writers at 10 a. m. in room Cham
ber of Commerce.
iy .i. r. iiowiAX.
At 12 o'clock noon, the lease of
that piece or parcel of land occu
pied by II. R. Macfarlane, as a por
tion of the premises comprising his
residence at Waikiki.
The Post Oflice despatched by
the Alameda January 12th, 1,215
letters and 1,187 packages of
papers ; by the Australia this morn
ing 5,351 letters and 1,8GS pack
ages of papers. Total, 0,500 let
ters, 3,055 packages of papers.
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Domestic Exports, Hawaiian Islands,
Twelve Months, 1888, Compared
with Coiresponding Period, 1BB7,
bv.kouk roi.ici: justiui: fostj:i:
Monday, January Mlh.
Ah Sing was found guilty of vio
lating Chapter 53 laws of 1880, by
working on a furnace on Sunday,
and lined 82 with 81.30 costs.
Eight drunks hud to pay the usual
Tuesday, Januaiy 15lh.
Kia,T. Mulligan ti(id W. McLauoy,
each forfeited bail of SO for drunk
enness. Inforinalion has been received at
Sydney that the British India .Navi
gation Company's steamer Bondarra
was caught In a terrible cyclone olf
Madras. She had 000 coolies on
board, and the sufferings of these,
who had to battened down, w.u in
tense. Five were killed outright
and fourteen fearfully injured. The
vessel had a narrow escape from
A CHINAMAN FOUND HANGED.
Marshal Soper received a letter
from Sheriff Hitchcock, of Hawaii,
stating that on Monday, the 7th
hint, a Cliintunan was found hanging
by the neck at Ilono.wi, Hawaii. It
is supposed to bo a case of suicide.
The police wore inestigatiug the
affair and a coionei'3 inquest was to
be hold. Full particulate will pro
bably come by next sleaincr.
DEPARTURE "oTtHE AUSTRALIA.
The Oceanic Company's steam
ship Australia sailed shortly after
noon for San Francisco, with a full
cargo of domestic produce, and a
goodly number of passengers. There
waa tlio usual large crowd to witness
her departure, and nearly all the
dcimrlinir passengers woro leis. The
Hawaiian band enlivened the bceuu
with tipnioprinlu selections of music.
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The bleaiiibhip Kinmi sailed for
Muni and Hawaii this aftornoon with
a full caigo of freight, Among her
passengers were: MUs Grace i'or
tcr, Miss N. Daniels, N. O. Wilfong,
C. E. Richardson, J. 1). Coclcolt
and wife, Misses Mary and Mahlu
Hitchcock, D. II. Hitchcock, Jr.,
V. Davis, Rev. S. t'kai, C. A.
Chapiu, J. U. Ilopkina and wife,
Mr. Michad, ,1. Reiiton, S. Kim
sura, FntliLi' Mi.xine, Ktlwln Olding,
F. M. Swanzy, Hon. H. S. Town
send, T. R. Keyworth and II. Bf
THE PARIS EXPOSITION.
MEiniMi or ciTi.r.Ns at tiii: i-on-kion
oiTiui: action taken.
At 11 o'clock this morning n
meeting was held at Iho Foreign
Olllce, called by His ICxcclIency
Jona. Aiibtiu, to consider what could
be done to fully repiesent Hawaii at
tho l'aris ICxposition. Those pru
sent Here; Their Excellencies the
Ministers of Foreign All'air.s and of
Interior, Chief Justice Judd, Asso
ciate Justice:? McCully and Dole,
Col. .. S. Spalding, Messrs. 1'. C.
Jones, T. I. Walker, John A. Cum
mins, C. Boltc, J. IS. Athei'lou, J.
T. Wiiteihoubc, J. J. Williams, II.
It. Macfarlane, John Enn, W. M.
Uiffaid, C. A. Brown, A. S, Hart
well, B. F. Dillingham, John A.
llassmger, F. A, Schacfer, II. A.
Widouumn, A. Young, V. D. Alcs
uihUt, W. W. Hall, II. F. Ghule.H.
II. Williams and W. O, King.
Mdster Austin csnlninod tho ob
ject of the meeting. A creditable
exhibition should bo niado by Ha
wall. There was no appropriation
for any expenditure for such nn ob
ject, lint 81000 could bo used from
the ilem "Foreign Agents." To
be fully represented at Paris
would cost live thousand dollars,
so that it was necessary to raise
Col. '.. S. Spalding had expressed
his ideas to the Minister of Interior
about getting up an exhibit for Pa
ris. He intended going there and
would leave tho kingdom in March
or April, lie would offer his ser
vices in cae no one else w:i9 expect
ed to go. ami would gladly do what
little he could while there. He was
ready to contribulo his share, and
also his time and services gratis to
the Cabinet. The best way to fur
nish funds was either by an out and
out '.uhsciiplion among citizens or
for a number of gentlemen guaran
teeing a certain sum to the Govern
ment in case of any action of a
fuluic Legislature, he did not see
how a good exhibit could be done
for less than S5000. That amount
judiciously expended would make a
Chief Justice Judd thought the
great attraction for people would be
antiquities, and thoy are dilllcult to
collect. Hon. C. R. Bishop has
ii large collection, also the Halo
Minister Austin thought a good
exhibition could be made of curios,
including valuable antiquities, in
dicative of the progress that had
been made from caily times to the
present tunc, me ursi ming, How
ever, was whether it was desii able
to have an exhibit. He proposed
the. selection of a commission to as
sist the government. He would
like to know something definite, so
as to write by the outgoing steamer
to secure space for the exhibition.
Minister Thurston said that so far
there had been promised the follow
ing ni tides toward the exhibition:
Interior Department, law books, re
ports, etc. ; Suivey Department,
complete set of maps of the group
and the different islands separately;
Board of Education, specimens
showing the progicss in the schools;
Post Olllce, specimens of all Ha
waiian stamps; Hon. W. L. Green,
over 1 hundred photos of the Volcano
showing the changes since 1S0O, also
Volcano specimens; The King, Ha
waiian woods, calabashes and curios
which iu themselves would occupy
space of 30x30 feet, also the collec
tion of curios of the Halo JN'uua
Society; The Government, eight
hundred phot03 of island scenery in
albumns and frames; from 10 plan
tations, samples of sugar to be done
up in boxes 0x10 inches with glass
fionts, with name of plantation,
tonnagc.ctc. ; J. jV. Hopper, exhibi
tion of rice; Wildcr's S. S. Co. and
1. I. S. Navigation Company, photos
of their steamers and routes, and
specimens; Honolulu Iron Works,
photos of machinery made there,
books of blue prints; "Woodlawn
Dairy Co., photos of stock; Mrs.
Ailau and Mrs. Nakuinn, native
curios. From the list it would be
seen there was a foundation for a
Mr. Justice Dole said there was a
great many curios in London and
Bet lin which might be borrowed from
there for the occasion.
Mr. J. T. Waterhousc said the
idea of an exhibition was a good
one. At the Fisheries Exhibition in
London, the curios of Lady Bras
soy's, collected from tho Hawaiian
Islands, attracted much attention.
Sugar was not much of an attrac
tion. He was delighted with Col.
Spalding, for no bettermau could be
found to repiesent the country.
They were as poor as church mice
and depending on the future. jii
exhibit should be made that would
make some return. It would not do
to cater to tastes and fancies.
Mr. IJ. F. Glade said travellers
attracted here left a great deal of
Mr. Justice MoCnlh said the3'
could not exhibit rice, etc., witii
the idea of opening out an export
trade with any European couutrv.
It would be on a different footing
with Australia with which we have
Col. Spalding said the Exposition
was the centennial jubilee of the de
molition of the Bastile. Tho old
key of the Bastilo would probably
bo looked upon with inoro interest
than anything else. If thry showed
a collection of curios along with law
and school books now iu use it
would make a considerable contrast,
and show what efforts wo had bean
milking, Ho was willing to uub
Bciibc, Mr. A. Yotmtr on being asked,
said ho would send photos of ma
chinery. To make an exhibit they
ought to show" their improvements
aloitf with other nations'. Thoru
was nothing belter than n creditable
exhibit of Hawaiian articles to nt
liact tourists. Many people in Ihc
world did not know anything about
Mr. U. F. Dillingham said, God
helps them who help themselves.
Hon. II. A. Widemuuu did not
see why they should not exhibit nt
Pat Is. The Government had ex
hibited iniuiy llinos boforo, hut ho
did not know whether theia had
been anything made out of it.
Mr. j. S. Hartwell thought bonio
bhowing of the health reports ought
to bo made. Muuy physicians were
1 in gieal ignorance as to the climate
of this country and its advantages.
Tho Chief Jiutico moved that the
sense of this meeting i that there
j be an exhibition from this country
I at the l'aris exposition.
The motion on being put was car
A committee was appointed, as
follows, to work up the exhibit:
Minister of Interior, J. B. jUhcr
ton, II. A. 'Wideinann, W. W. Hall
and C. A. Brown.
Messrs. John A. Cummins, II. F.
Glade and A. Young were appointed
a committee to see how much money
could be raised by subscription.
The meeting then adjourned.
in: lsoai'i:s ritoM tiii: imuson oanii-
CAUUIIT ON Till: KINAf.
This morning, James Bennett,
recently sentenced to a term of im
prisonment for larceny of a cheque,
was at work with the chain gang at
the foolof JNuuaiiu street. lie ask
ed the hum in charge to excuse him
tor a moment to go over to the Sta
tion House. As he did not return
right away the lima went to the
Station, and found Bennett had been
there and gone. The police were
sent in every diieetion in search of
him. It appears that Bennett nftcr
leaving the Station House went into
an alley near by and changed his
clothes making Ids way down to the
steamer wharf, lie picked up a
bunch of bananas and joined a gang
of laborers who were loading tho
steamer, but being recognised,
made off ns quick as he could.
Several vessels were searched and at
last Capt. Staples, the prison jailor,
found Helmut, iu the hold of the Ki
nau. he was taken to the Station
House and locked up.
The death is announced of Gen
eral Morant, who took an active
part in the wnr against the natives
iu the early days of New Zealand.
Xotlcti untltr thii lictul are charatd 10 cents
Ver line for the fli tt insertion, and 6 cents per line
every autuitomii vieci upm.
YAiM'S BOAT BTJlIiDINO
3HOP. Hear of Lucas Mill.
B3 Mr. Elu'lieli bogs to inform his num
erous patrons and tlio 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-
December -29, 1888.
IllEG lcav.1 to Inform iny fruntis nul
lull- ills, thai I inloii'l leaving the
kingiliui "ii tl.o '.Mi l'Vl ru.iry, 10 b2
iiifr.Mi! until Oo-t b r, ami that I will
clo-u my otllcu c n tlie 8th of Kebiuary.
M L'. G KINSMAN, Dentist.
MM m Xo. AS Hotel St.
ON tic Woodlawn
siuea Jan., 8S, Two
IIore., not branded.
Owner can liavo Mime
by provimj property mid paying ex
penscs. If the alirtvo animals" are tint
redeemed within 10 days from date tho
right of owiieishqi will ho forleiled.
Mnnugcr Woodlawn Dairy.
Honolulu, .Ian. 1-1. 1S39. ' 140 lOt
Two 80!ore of Those
For 'the undcisigned and will be dU
posed of to tlio firtt applicants.
-52s T 3E3C 33 231-
SKW MHWtt-JfKW OIMS-a K3-NEW GOODS
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Ed. HOFFSCRMEGER &
1471 Khig & l'clhcl Streets.
Notice of Special Partnership.
rpiUS l to UMlify that the undiM
JL niuiitd have formal u spatial iniri-
nurshlp purMiiini to ihr iiir.uito in shah
cine made and piovided.
Tli.it the nniiio of I he linn under
hioh 6UCH parluurhhip i to ho ton.
dueled U -Sins Chonj: & Co."
Tlul iLc genet nl nature of the bnsi.
nm to I'u I'tuiMiet'-d is the laiduu,
pl.uilhig and e iltivatin;; of rieo in tho
Island of OAliti, U.e owning and opornt.
in r- of lice cleaning nillh on uM Ibland
of Halm, and the lmiug and ucdllng of
nil kiiuK of uondi, ware itnd inciohun
dice in slid I1innl or Oaliii.
That the principal plnco of tiuKinc'K
of said llrm is Honolulu, Island of Oahu,
ox M.uumUea bit cut.
That the names of all tho general and
bpcchil partner are n follows:
A. II. Loo Nipiwk, lions Quon, Tong
Choug .Soy mid I . Alai, "ho alt reside
In Honolulu. Island of Onhu, and Lulu
buy Iwu, who ieldc at Ku.due.i, DMrlet
of'KoolHiipdti', I land of OjIiii, uie tho
general pariinT'; iiil Luiu Chung Wa
ami Tong Unlit', ho icido iu llono
I.ilu, Mind of Oahu, and b. Apinu,
Torn; Chung V, ui, I.tong Hum and b.
TucU Koiii,', !io rrid lit m Kong tilitiing
Til, Dihltiet of Horug Hun, in llio bin
pire of Cliinu, mo tlio hi.i'Uhtl partm-ii-;
mid that the 'Hid jV 11. LonNuiivvl,,
limit; Quon, Tong UliniiE Roy and L,
Alal, huve I'll' h c aiuii ili.Hcit tho mm nl
lle I .oilhiinl ilollir- (8'j.OTi); mid llio
.laid L'liiiSir Kua, ha-t e iiilrlliiiud tho
mm of 111 tn..: ih'iu nit dnIlaiH v 1 r -0011)
tounrdx the oipil d V c!c, and that
I humid iniriiur hii It lo coiuliieiieo on
ihu Ut day of Jauuaiv, A. 1). 183J, ami
to continue and he in fone lor tlio term
of IS jems from i-tilil Hld.iycf. January,
A. 1) 1SS!)
Dated Ilouohilii. Nov. hOili, A.I). USS.
A II LOt) NUA.WK,
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TONG 11 UNO,
LUM OIIUN'G WAA,
I,LJ1 HAY KAU,
1. A PAN A,
Ur hli aU'r In fuel A II. lw Ncawlc,
TUNG CHANG KM (w),
Ilr her nit'jr In fnot Tong Chung .Soy j
11 hU tilt'r In facl A. II. Loo Ngankj
I.. TLCK KONU,
JJy Ida att'y in f.el A. II. Loo Ngiivk.
Satin Tl)lo Scurfs, Shadotl Plushes, VelvotH, Surahs,
Jic-n C'urtaliiH, Mtuilipod TlclleH, 6HI100 JJnifH, JEto.
Fall Lino of Embroidery Material, Chenille, Arraseno, Tinsel, Pon-Pons, Etc.
We e.tll particular attention to our fine selection in
(jHHiDMiii Glliii for Gents, imfflut & (fflriii !
Furnishing Goods, Trunks, Valises,
Hats fe Caps, lite., Etc., Etc.
An Immense Assortment in IFeckwear,
Latest Style If you want something vory lino in nJ
Lais' & Misses' Boots, Sboss & Slippers k Geifs' Gaiters
Call on us befoie going elsewhere.
CSMrs. E. C. Eowe'E beautiful wcrk in Point Laces on. exhibition hero
lOltT S'l'IHilCX1, lI!ISTOijUXTT.
(3T HAHGAIKB-! Now Lino of BST IlAUGAlNS-
Lamps, Chandeliers & Lanterns,
At Lower 1'rlces than ever before. New invoice of
SIEMAIWAlffi, PLOWS & GEE IERCHAHDISE.
!Svlt.i;N Hint XniKjy C3oo1h, Tu Xuitrfga Vivrlaiy.
Duly ae.knorrlrilgcd hcfnrr Tho. W.
Ilobron, Nu'aiy l'utilie, Lland of Oahu,
the 4lh day ef lleeriiiber, IhSi.
THE VEEKLY BULLETIN
JL Ui coliiiiii a, purely locjl uiulier
Mailed lo foieiga couulrlci, $0 per
T W. McGUllti: hvitbj notifies tho
f pnhlio Ih.il ho will, in eonjuiie.
ilon w ith .1. McQueen, curry mi Ihu Hug.
gago JCxpiemiiini l)rijlnn Uiifalucss now
couiliicted iy .1, Gr '-n &, Co., oouimene.
itiK on Jiinu.iry 1. Ifl-U. All UIiiiIh of
lingngit expiutH nnvl drutng woik
piouipliv iiilended to. .'''jL1'
JUST TO HAND
A SMALL INVOICE OF
English Bingor Ale.
Vltll HAI.J5 AT
I A, BliiUlHB & GO.'S,
ALL pnrtles ludelited to ,W. S. Luvo
on tlio uOth day of .September last,
are requested lo kettle, up llieir HecouiitH
in once. W. S. LUCE.
By his ittlorney.in.fact. Fr.mk ltrowu.
S. R. Patch,
Kawaialiao Female Seminary.
Teaclier of Voice & 'Piano;
Is prepared to receive pupils.
Hufcis, by permUtlon to leading pro.
fisiom of tnuiio in California, and to
nrevious experience in touching iu thut
Btatc. Address as above. HO iin