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TUESDAY, JULY 23, 1889.
, , . AnniVAis.
Stmr Ia-1iuu from Hawaii
Stmr Nnhnamilo from EwaaiidWniatiae
, , M DEPARTURES.
Bclit MftrV for Ilanalei
Schr Knulkenobll for Kohaln
Btnir V.hilenlo for Kuunl at 5 p m
Btnir Kliiuu for Hllo and way ports
2 p 111
Blstne S X Castle for San Francisco
Bdnr Jus iMaUre for Kupaa at I p 111
Ktmr Kaala for Kmml at :::!() p 111
Bk Lady llnrcwouil for Hongkong
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalant for Lahaliu ami llama
kua at 10 a m
For Maui per Llkcllkc, July 22 Da
vid Dayton, Miss li Loweiv.Mrs Clarke,
Sirs Noble and 30 deck.
For San 'Francisco per bktne S X Cas
tle, July LU S M Whitman and wife,
Hiss IC Lucas. .MIm lliun, F L Leslie.
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr Ki
iiaii. July 2:1 llishop and Mrs Wlllln,
0 Willis. Mr Mchrtcim and 2 children.
Misses Kate, Mniynud Oanle Hmvland,
O C Akiua n ml daiurhtcr. L Turner. Mis
Shaw, T K Keyw itli, F W Damon, J It
Mills, XV XV Gooda c, Mrs II M Whituuy,
Mis Mos-eorle, J Nn.vahl mid daughter,
ThebUtn S NT CuMle, Capt L 11 Hub
bard, took to San Francisco this 11101 n
liiK H.'J It! hagqugur. valued at SUJ).
2(i TiO, and CO bids of inolac-s vab.cd
There will be a public band con
cert by the St. Louis College. Bund
on their premises to-morrow at 13 p.
in. Following is the programme:
Overture-The Hell of the Village
Landler Newport Heinicke
heU'ctlon Olivette Audran
Xylophone Solo Mocking Bird
Two norm- J Tuc ioIofJ'111 1o'
iwoongs The Um(J.Klln jjj,
vuit 11. "
Uallad Youth's fond Hours.. Campana
Waltz Remembrance of Naples
Galop l$olon Life A. Datum
The renoitof Mr. John II. Paty,
Treasurer of tlic Queen's Hospital,
for tlte two years ending May 01,
1889, which was read at the biennial
meeting; 011 Monday shows:
May III. 18S7, Balance due
Treasurer -1,57:! bO
Expenditures for the 2 years
lrum Juno lsUSS7, to'ilay
fllsllStiO Go.-JjS 78
Total receipts for 2 ycari.... $39,204- 30
Balance due Tieasurer May
31st, lrfStt 825 28
Total receipts forthe:i0yrs..!$r0!),l."l 77
Tot.il payments for the 30yrs. uO'J.OTT 05
Balance due Treasuier S23 28
Following is tlie programme for
the musical and dramatic entertain
ment to be given by life pupils of
St. Louis College Thursday evening,
July 25th, commencing at 7:i$0
Ovei ture Lustpiel Keler Bila
.St. L.C. Oiehectia.
Comic Opera lit two Acts Poor Henry.
Flute Solo Conceit Air Koslek
St. Jr. C. Choir.
Overture - Diamond Kolltnsoii
St. L. ( . Orchestra.
Faiee A Slippery Day.
Clarionet. Solo On the .Meadows
' , Liclmcr
Win ( uelho.
Churns Glorious Is Thy Name. Mozart
St. I.. G Choir
Comic Solo A Chorus Dot Lectin Ger
March Fai cv ell lit kens
tit. L.C. Orchestra.
Uro. Albert will direct the orches
tra and Hro. Francis olilciute as ac
companist. The admission will be
.10 cents, reserved scats 8 1. The
entertainment promises to be a rnrc
IMPQMANT CATTLE SALE.
In n supplement to this day's
issue wll bu found the notice of sale
at auction of a hcid of Ciallowny
and Angus cattle, to ito held' on
Monday, 2!th lust., at tho Wornl
Juwn Da-'ry, These cuttle were pur
TV.tnort'lJy Mn H. V. Dillingham 011
Ilia recent visit to California, in Ilia
name of the Woodlawn Dairy and
Htoejc Company not for tho com
pany's use, in they mo beef nitlior
than dairy cuttle, hut to improve the
Hvu Block of Hie country with homo
of thu tlucHt nniinalH registered in
the American herd books. Tills en
turpriso descevci to ho well reward
ed, as it U hound to advance tm
gra.ing Industry of tho islands.
Thu cattle aiu to ho seen in a jm.
duck In real" of Mr, Spreekela' res!
dunce at l'liniihoii.
Tt i.sp., July 'JJlil,
Alfred Duo and John Koneira,
had ruuh to iay SO funliuukuiincss,
Tlirco CliincfcU roinuwleil fur lisiv
ing opium in jioHnpssiiiii woro fount!
Nino hoys clittigcil il.lj Igrijcny
tyero rumamh'tl tn iIip;7(i,
ICCAL & GEHEIIAL HEWS.
Tub Supremo Oourt at in banco
nguin this moining.
Bishop and Mr. Willis loft on tho
Kiiiuu for a inonthV visit on the isl
and of Hawaii.
TOe Anftralia is due Fiiday ranrn
mg from Pan Francieco, Willi Inenly
tluj'f later nows.
' Tin: amount of the loan of St.
Andrew's Cathedral borrowed ut five
per cent is $7, ISO.
Be sure and attend the closing out
sale at Egnn & Co.'s store this een
iug, by L. J. Levey.
RkaI) cl.-cwhero tho loguhitions of
the Board of Health regarding dead
bodies and interment!.
The Dum.ktin Wkhkly Si'mmauy
was publislied this morning, a splen
did number in every respect.
O.v Tuesday the 30th, tho regular
quarlcily meeting of tho l'acilic
Hardware Company will be hold.
A cii.witkk has boon granted tn tho
St. Antonio Society, 11 1'oitugueso
organization with benuvolent objcctti.
The closing exercises of the I'olm
kaina gills' school take place to
morrow, commencing at 0 o'clock.
The foreign juiors arc requested
to be in attendance at the Supremo
Court to-morrow morning at ten
A.v occultation of the 1110011 took
place to-day, the conjunction being
at 10 a. 111. Venus was plainly visi
ble near the moon.
Oiticiai. notice of the appoint
ment of Mr. Geo. C. Potter, as secre
tary of the Board of Health, will be
found in our by Authority column.
Bandmaster Beigermys that if tho
Advertiser will furni.'-li the iiiuic of
the Chiniv-c National Anthem, the
band boys will be pleased to play it.
The order of exercin's at St. Louis
College to-moi tow will be : 8 :.'10a. m.,
language.'' ; 10 ::10 a. m., linlitiuy diill ;
3 p. in., concert on the preinises by
the college band.
J. Kanohokai, a very old member
of the police foice and for the last six
months turnkey at the Station
lloune, died Sunday evening and was
buried Mnnd.iy afternoon.
At 10 o'clock last night at the resi
dence of Mr. E. XV. Jordan, Nuu
anu Valley, the thermometer legis
teicd 7S degiee.s, the wannest night
thus far this year. At Mi. C. J.
Lyons' residence, I'uiialiou, the ther
mometer ttood at 784 at S:li0 last
evening in a cool spot," and 77 at 5:30
o'clock this morning. At noon to
day it 1 cached 8(! for the liist time
The closing uxeieisesof Fort street
school will take place on Fiiday
next. In the moining., horn nine
o'clock to cloven, class-loom exer
cises will bo huld in all the looms.
At 11 a. in. the primary depaitincnt
will hold closing cxeiciscs. At 1 p.
m. the higher rooms will hold liter
ary exercises. Patents and fiieuds
arc cotdially invited.
Tin: Xew York Life Insurance Co.
comes out in tiiplo column array this
afternoon, with an impoitant "letter
on a vital topic which cannot miss
the lender's attention. Mr. Thomas,
special agent, is pushing the inteiests
of tho company in person on the
inlands, while inforniiiti m icgaiding
insurance is always obtainable fiom
Mr. S. B. Rose, tho local agent of the
EVENTS THIS EVENIKC.
Drill Co. li Honolulu KMes, at
Excelsior Lodge No. 1 1. O. 0, F,
Drill Queen's Own, at 7:80.
Great closing out sale by Mr. L-.
J. Levey, at the store of Egan &
Co., Fort street, at 7 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES fooRnOV.
nr 1.. j. i.r.vcr.
At 10 o'clock a. m,, at f-alcsrooins
by order of Then. II. pavics & Co.,
a credit sale ot now and desirable
goods ex 1 ecent arrivals, a full list
of which appears elsewhere. At 11
a. 111., the tailors' goods will bo
offered. Tho goods are maim fan
tured expressly for this market, and
the special attention of the trade is
called to this sale.
ST. LOUIS COLLEGE.
. A Biiu.r.TiN representative drop
ped iuto St. Louis College HiIh
morning, (hiding the pupil of tho
grammar clutn. undergoing examina
tion in tho pri'hciieo of a largo num.
her of parents and fiieuds of tho In
stitution. Excellent resultH mo oh
tuined at this school owing to the
thoroughness of tho teaching of tho
An inspection was made of the
drauings, which am hanging on the
outside walls of tho high classroom.
There are snmu cry excellent oil
paintings by W. Cuelho, W. K. KV
ae anil lllchani l.auc, crayoiih by J.
l.iine, C'li.is, Long, Ki'KcIipiiu, 'iCa
kliiii, Carlos Long uml ,, Mnl;ui?mi,
while tho hliie nixl "liito pen
bkelulies by W. V. yu;u urn lulmlr
nhly done, A fui(bi):iiu in urayoii
hyJiiiues Moyil calls (qi sici!iul
niituiiiiii. Kuuo's work will hear
the cuot liiupcotiun, thmu htilug
(iilieiui iirtislif llnii.li to it.
Tills exlu'liitiou of wo hy tliu
pilJlIU is wc WQHhy of inipeotiQl),
Uslly Hnlloiiii," r,-i ccm iter umuUi-
U444-V ttUIJ.WMMWi IIUMIM.IJJ II. II. , .1.
The closing exercises of that ex
cellent institution for Hawaiian
girls, St. Andrew's Piiory, took
place yesteiday afternoon. Tho
pxamiivitions. Ii'otli written and trral,
hud hir-n given during the pa,l
week, and the work done by the pu
pils shows diligent care and instruc
tion on the part of the teachers.
Some ol the work was really nbove
the nvera e. The staff of the school
is Eldress Plieobe, Principal, Sisters
Beatrice and Albertina, and Miss
Mahon. They leave next Tuesday
for Lahaina, Maui, where thy will
spend a well earned vacation.
The closing exercises wcic to a
certain extent piivatc. Tho parents
and fiieuds of the pupils mustered
in force, and II. H. II. Princess
Poomaikalani, Bishop Willis, Mr..
C. X. Spencer, and Uo. II. II.
Gowen were noticed present. The
schoolroom was very tastily adorned
with banners, tlowcrs, evergreens
and potted ferns. Some excellent
specimens of paintings in oil, em
broidery work and pencil drawing
done by the pupils were displayed
in different pails of the room. The
pupils were neatly iilliu-d, their
bright face3 glowing with animation
and interest. The programme con
tained no less than thirty-two num
bers, including piano solos and
duets, recitations, songs, choruses,
and a French recitation. There was
also "Tliu Seasons," a play,"School
girl Strategy," and selections fiom
Shakespeare, one, "Julius Ciusar,"
being particularly well given by fif
teen of the oldei girls. The piano
selections and 1 conations were good
and the singing excellent. IvO'-c
Mossman del.veied the valedictory,
after which the prizes were dis
tributed by Bishop Willis. They
consisted of nicely bound books.
Following is the prize list :
Kiusr oi.as" rnsT division.
Class Prize: 1st. licrniee Cook,
2d, Hedwig lloltcin; Grammar
1st, Fanny Malulaui, 2d, Mary
Howland; Physics 1st, Annie
Holmes, id, Fanny Malulani ; Scrip
tuie 1st, Bcrnice Cook, 2d, Lilian
Cook; Algebra 1st, Fanny Malu
lani, 2d, Alice Lelco ; Arithmetic
1st, Annie Holmes, 2d, Maud Xiau
pio; Geography 1st, Alice Leleo,
2d, Mary Lelco; Recitation Zoc
Haimofipo ; Painting Fanny Malu
lani ; Drawing Lilian Cook; Music
1st, Fanny Malulani, 2d, Mary
Howland and Annie Holmes, 3d',
riusr class second division.
Composition 1st Martha Holmes,
2d Ilattie Lewis; History 1st
Priscilla Kaulukou, 2d Hilda Bur
gess; Grammar 1st Piiscilla Ka
ulukou, 2d Carrie Howland; Science
1st Maitha Holmes, 2d Carrie
Howland ; Arithmetic 1st Priscilla
Kfiulukou, 2d Carrie Howland;
Geography Alo Akina.
SECOND CI.AS rilisiT DIVI.iION.
Class Prize Kaleionamoku Xa
wahi ; Scripture 1st K. Xawahi, 2d
K. Kapulahaole; Arithmetic 1st
K. Kapulahaole, 2d Louisa Hart and
Lily Paehaole; History-Aoy Akina;
Grammar Aoy Akina; Geography
K. Nawahi ; Maps Esther Mu
anauli and Lizzie Kalua; Composi
tion Aoy Akina; Music 1st Maud
Xiaupio, 2d Zoc llaiinocipo.
SECOND CI.A-S SECOND DIVISION.
Class Prize Amelia .Kckulu;
Arithmetic Amelia Kckulu; His
tory 1st Amelia Kckulu, 2d Louisa
Hart; G laminar Lucy Kalanikii
kii ; Geography Rose Simerson.
Class Prize 1st Waiole Kakina,
2d Carrie Siemson, .'5d Addie Crown
iiigberg; Composition Annie Holt;
Grammar Leliau ; Gcogiaphy
Waiole Kakina ; Scripture Carrio
Siemson ; Arithmetic Hoso Cas
tina; Good Conduct Julia Kahu
kal; .Music 1st Alo Akiuu, 2d Lily
Prizes wore also given in the
fouitli and fifth classes for different
A meeting of tho Hawaii baseball
league was held at 12 :!U) o'clock
tliih afternoon at the Chamber of
Commerce, Hon. W. F. Allen, Pre
sident, 111 tho chair. The minutes
of thu picvioui meeting were read
by Scciutary Jas. G. Spencer, and
Mr. Ulefeon for the Kainelmmclms
nald that Palmtt, thu catcher, had
his hand rather seriously injured,
and ho would like to have the game
with the Houolulus set Inter than
.Mr. II. M. Whitney, Jr., moved
that us tho Kiuuohuiuuhii and Stars
wow disabled, the piuunt luihudulo
ho rescinded, niul n now ono drawn
Mr. Whitney ulsu moved that tho
g.une on July llh hutwrou tho Stars
and lloimliiliii bu iv ilrnwii gaiuu.
Tho following schedule for tho
Imiuimu of the seuion wiis presented
to the mooting mid Dually adopted 1
July 27 Honolulu vs. KMhImiI.
Aug. !l SMu , KoliiliMil,
" 10 Slurs . Hawaii.
,l IT llufinliilti v. vrimuaiH'u,
"21 Husrn vs. Knliiluiii.
"fll-lluiiuliilu v. Hiiwiiil,
Sl'lll. T h'llUlvllBllliillU vs. Iluwiiii.
filr. Qliwin iiHivtul mm th ilr.jwu
tiSIIH'Of July 1th Im MUl(larfl(J hy
uii! mio ijt in nut mvyiiug Cm'
TIip ini'dUiiK lltyn ailjuirn(l-
All INDIAN FREEB08TS8. .
A lun ny slni v i uoitwr the lounda
of the Indian papers iespecting the
notorious border ftcebooter, Tantia
lilicel. Some petty dncoities re
cently gave a clue to tho police as
to tho whereabouts of the frolicsome
Tantia, and n party Dinned out in
pursuit. Thpy eamo to a halt in a
small villago near one of the out
law's favorite haunts, and a barber
was requisitioned fiom among the
inhabitants to operate upon the grim
visage of the chief ol the police
paity. Barbers proverbially glory
in chattering during their stubble
mowing performances, and the na
tive knight of the lazor in thte case
was no exception to tho general
rule. Instead, howevei, of discus
sing the probable winner of the
Dei by or the sculling championship
of the world, he jauntily jabbcied
away about the outrageous doings
of the wicked Tantia llliecl. "Ah!"
ho said at last, 'there is only ono
way of catching Tantia." "And
how is that?" asked the ollkcr. "In
this way," said thu hurber, -'having
off the tip of the Jenadar's nose: "I
am Tantia Bheel." The peudo
barber bolted off into the jungle
without loss of time, leaving the
luckless olllcir streaming with blood
and fiatitically culling upon his men
to follow the runaway. Tl.ii they
Immediately set about doing, anil
they have been at it ever since.
Meanwhile, every time the Jcnadar
requires a shavo, he requisitions a
fresh man, in the hope that the sim
ple Tantia will repeat the freak, so
that we may hope to hear of his cap
ttuc if wc are sp fortunate as to live
long enough. "Colonics and India.
! IIHB mjMM I
From nine o'clock this morning
until after noon the examination
and closing exercises at the above
school weie held. Quite a large
number of the parcnti and fiieuds
of tho pupils were in attendance.
Mr. A. 'J'. Atkinson, Iiiipectoi
General of Schools, and Mrs. Atkin
son and .Mr. John Biish of Iolaui
School occupied seats 111 the main
schoolroom, the iutciior of which
was very tastily decorated with llow
ers and evergreens.
This school was only erected a
few months ago, with two rooms,
but the attendance of "children so
steadily increased that a third room
had to be added. It is possible eie
long that lurtber accommodation
may have to be provided.
The work of the pupils as shown
to the iiilors this morning was of
the most satisfactory kind. Eight
or nine nationalities arc represented
among the pupils, which will show
to our readers the difficulties under
which leachcis have to labor. But
it was quite evident during the
morning that the Principal, Mr. C.
II. White, had worked hard during
the short time he has had the school
in charge, ami his labors have been
rewarded witli the most encouraging
results. Mrs. Wood and Miss White
have given able assistance.
About 1 1 :!K) the closing exercises
consisting of eongs, recitations and
dialogues commenced. Some of the
recitations were excellently render
ed, while the singing was consider
ably ahead of what is generally
heard al the schools. The audience
went away very much pleased.
Hawaiian Tramways Co.,
Opening of the Alakea Street and Fort
On and after WBDX1C3DAY, 2ltU
Inst.. Curs will leave the ltnyul Hawaiian
Hotel '.0 minutes past each hour, and
will inn to P.iu a via Alakea tircci, Ks
plaumlc, Fort and tichool streets, fiom
i-.'iOs. M. to 11:20 ). m.
HEAD DOWN: HEAD 1)1':
Hotel 0min pist thelmur.. 10
Iviiiuii Wli'f t'5 ' ..0,
C U. Church IT. " " " ...15
Puuoi is " " " ,.ir
TO 1, 1ST
IN a dcdruble locdity h
FuuiMivd limine: nho.
iSlailr, udjoiiilnjj hut ilbconiacied 8
rooms an I hath, fultulilu for n mmll
Aildiess X," Hum.etin Odli u.
rpiIK iiiiiiiihI iniirtinu of thu Walnliinu
X AKriouliiiral iV (irnzluK t!.., (I.'il),
will bu held at iho uflleii of l I'. Inukim.
Honolulu on . MO. S' DAY, July Sit, IrfdU,
tit 10 o'clock a. si-
C P. JAUKl'A,
3U7 1uttMH Hccitlirv,
lOHt Or Mirilllilli
CtKH'llKICATK No. ait for an bhums
Mtiiuul Tclcplionii btol; biaiuliim
lit Mm iminu of (-'. IC (jtilliiiuii. mi which
Uiiusfei ImshmiMumH-il Fliuln pluaae
mturii in Mr. O. K. tiifllimiu or in llm
Buij.i.tin CIU e. 3TliMUwMf
Bricks If Hale Clip !
John Tt coijjwrn & co
to m hvhsm
AVL&'VWn rrtuiitii'i', , purmir
!tr.-J.lo 1 Diioui! uml Iluniililiiiwi
afil'iu UwU, flirilll)y tiiH'ui'lwl by
ITTT- Ilyn ml 0id. Plunsy. n
ruin imy in
.JUI v ys tiin.
OS-rai -"svr vrttmmtivOKll'l-WUAt9i
O COITAOKS uml PieiilU.M
O on Knini i in el, it a tea
Mitioblo fljjiirc. Apolv '
.1. .11. .1IUNNAKKAT,
('nrtwtlsjlu'i llio.'l. Mrtuhui t M.
HTOJU5 'Vii ),)W
ia'PIII .'inre lilt ly occupied
$$&, I by li C U.me. WayV
bJSiscn Block, K'nijf s-lli't t, hi ri'HSnn.
nlilp rentil. 'Hfi.iiiii gluii nt once.
lo8lf .1. (i. UOTHWK1.L.
Sttibli'g & 1'ustnrntfo To Lot.
.i.'.i;iit.i;N t st ibi us con
JLli lalnlnv l'.l .Stall", Cottu
noil 7 iii'tes 'dnuri bind. -oil
botitli Mmet, iicir King, fouuci'y oi-r.u.
Died by Mr. While, ptoprlutor'or the
Piilnnta Bus. To let on very rundcrnte
tcinif. Apply to
J. K. BKOAVN & CO.,
2.').". tf S Merchant street.
I'OIt SALE or IjBASK
..SMSv-fs 1 fOL'K and
1 I'lll.li C- Rt
'ont'lii tin ! 1'irei; and two
Miiitil nn,in and lull and a large iittic.
Cmtujje ivuh Ihiee rnoms on the pie
niixis) cook and hathdiousu. Stable
with three Mulls and carriage house;
shade mid frail Iteca on llie prnniFet.
Applv u. J. M. MONS.USKAT,
Cmtii itlit'- i'.ioel., Meiihmil ,-t.
(Jiirriage For Sale Cheap.
Stx?,.. 1 NKW Cotumlir Car-
f 1 riiec jut flnislnd
'C'jy-y.'t' " mill h mil omely triuuued
In first class style must be immediately
b lid tu close an usdynment, can be si en
at W. II. Page'n cirrrige lnaiuif.ictury,
No. VJS Foil i-l reel. "
HAWAIIAN UL'SIXKSS AOF.NCY.
Notice to PGiIc7HoiflGrs
- IN TltB-S
Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of the United Stales.
rOU arc teipectfully reipie-ileil in
X ca'eany i.tiili'ineiTt are iniiiie In
agenlt of nMier compiiiiies against the
Eiiuituble nr i:s iiu-tlio.li, to lay the
muttci prciiitillv before
A. 'J. CAimVIUGHT,
2S1 tf (Jeneinl Agent tor Haw. Is.
" Facts are Stubborn Things."
At every age, on every picinium
table, and in every year, tho AC
TUAL RESULTS of Tontine Policies
of the New York Life insurance Co.
have been LAHGEIt than those OF
ANY OTHER COMPANY inning
)Sr"For particulars apply to
O. it. StKiUiKK,
Cen'l Agent Hawaiian Itlands.
FILTER PRESSES !
Hawah. March !), 18S8.
Itihilon Iron JL I.acumutlvv H'orJtH
Gr.NTi.r.MKH: Wo Imvc ued two nf
your 30-chamborcd Filler Presses this
bciiiiu. They are coiivenietit, eiihily
haudled and are working eiijirely to
pur fiiitlbfaeiimi. I can recommend no
improvement on them.
Vuiy leaped full v vour,
(Slgucd) 'A. MOORK,
Aluiwiger P.iaulmu I'luiilatioii.
Thine Pri-ssru are mrulo extra heavy
for hi rli pri'i-ni-e, ocmiplei a tlni.r
spncii 11 tcci by j feci, nud iiriK'ntha
"fllCeliliij mii turn ul 210 snuno feot.
A limited number in M !( in Hoiin
lulu and afefiild -u vary lov (.rices.
Illadon Iron & Loco. Works,
CSTPor piirilnu'im enuulru of
JdllN DYER, Hi.iiolulu.
Uonm No, il Spronl.tL' hlmK.
'WtQtf V. 0. Irwin & Co.. Agent.
ro" U U Y rS
flmmfa B. I
Arty fbM; !
i n - PS1 y
, Large Lines
VILL UK CLOSED OUT AT AN
(licit Uuiyiuii- can be obtained by culling at the Temple of Fashion for the
The Sale will Commence Monday, June 17.
(i-S Heel : spring li il
S-IOt Heel A- Spiing ll.'-l
Il-.i:H Heel A- Spiinj; l,...l
Heel A Spiinj; II. .l
adies! Have You
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