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,. MlbY BtfLLKM- HOi?OJLUJ,t, Hi X., AuflUH'l' 6, 1889, ... . .
IV AUTHORITY. KAUAI.
Holders of water privileges, or
those paying water rates, arc hereby
notified that tlie hours for using
water for irrigating purposes, are
from : G o'clock to 8 o'clock a. m
and 4 o'clock to G o'clock p. M.
All tliose found violating the above
rule will be liable to have their supply
of water cut off.
CHAS. B. WILSON,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Minister of Interior.
Honolulu, July 8, 1889. 294 tf
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But ettablished for the benefit of alt.
MONDAY, AUG. o, 1889.
A CONSTITUTIONAL CRISIS.
One of the necessities arising out
of the late insurrection has been the
giving of a legal status to the com
mander of tho volunteers, Col. V
V. Ashfoid, which he has not hither
to had "owing to the King refusing
the advice of his Ministers to sign
that ofllcer's commission as colonel.
The King still lefused to sign the
commission, claiming the right of
exercising his peisonal discretion in
executive matters. Very high
authorities hold that the King had
no suck' right? notwithstanding his,
assumption of' suck even under the
old Constitution, much less tinder
the more express limitations of the
Constitution of 1887. The Cabinet
on Saturday submitted a proposition
embodying its views of tho question
in terms that appear elsewhere
His Majesty having declined j.o
assent to this proposition unlesstlie
Supreme Couit decided it to be in
accordance with the Constitution,
the Ministry submitted the question
to the Supreme-Court for its opin
Another claim the King has made
is that-of personal, control, over all
inunitionsyot war, refusing to ton-.
cede the authority granted the Min
ister of Foreign Affairs by statute
to take charge of armaments. This
would ballc the Cabinet in its, pur
pose of ending futther chance of
civil war by abolishing the Palace
fortress, than which the Uanai-Ks of
the Household Guaids i's nothing
else. Although the Constitution
makes the King the Commander-in-Chief
of all the forces, yet it also
says that he can organize no military
foice without the cpnscntfbf the
Legislature. By supplying the King
with munitions' of war or the liberty
to use such as he sees lit, lie would
be put above the Constitution and
made a despot in exactly the, degree
that he can "personally command a
following. The country could never
bo safe while the King iiad any such
power. If .the Legislatuie that
votes, and the Ministry that admin
isters appropriations for war mater
ial, have no control over the guns
and, ammunition, then 'there is no
such thing as constitutional govern
ment, whether the latest Military
Act is or is not in conformity with
Tho foregoing and a good deal
more whs written before the judicial
decision and the King's acceptance
of it' came to hand. There is now
no need to occupy space in reflect
ing upou a different issue that might
have liqen. Only a sentenco h
cHe'l for to congratulate! thu King,
Cabinet and country upon the ex
plicit understanding arrived t upou
tho gravo constitutional question in
volved, ''Constitutional monarchy"
has thus liuen more emphatically
oUahlinlieil oh the (system under
whlcli Witwail is to bo governed limn
It wivs In 1887,
Tho following h from Williams,
JJlmontl A Co.'a circular tinted July
:27th i Tio steady advance in raw a
all ovor tlie woild for inoro tliiui a
ypav pait Is due in thu uniiii.il nper
utlun of thu Imv n supply and iu
inandi and llioio lb pvih i cumin to
belluyo that u. Iilgli railo tit yuiu&
will be maintained for tomo tiiuu lei
came will w icaoiion now and then
from spcuiilativo and other ruusM.
Total Btouk In all thu pilnclnal (nnn
UIpi I'i' "Hill0 tlvuu lo tliM 8tb,
WP 9,fHil tons agalnsi '!2p,&21
Ipjh pint) Uine bt tigr,
(.'otmctraiibil nf a New Cathrillc
Chureh nl Kleele.
Friday last, the 2d instant, an in
teresting ceremony took place at
Kleele, Kauai. Night Kcvoicnd the
Bishop of Olba, assisted by llcver
end Fathers Clement and Sylvester
who accompanied the Dishop fmm
Honolulu, ami clergymen sta
tioned at Kauai, consecrated the
Cat hoik1 Church erected by Mr. A.
Dieier at Kleele, nt Ins own expense.
The chinch is roomy, well ariiing-
ed and neatly furnished, as well as
thoroughly equipped with the orna
ments and implements icquircd for
tho Koiuau Catholic Church cere
monial, and the Bishop and his
clergy expi cased themselves much
pleased and highly gratified YfltU
the steepled edifice and its internal
The t-eiemony of churoh consecra
tion was performed with great so
lemnity and in tho presence of a
large concoui so of people fiotn the
Mr. Dreier deserves great credit
for thus liberally and generously
providing a house of worship for his
numerous Catholic laborers, as well
as for ail those belonging to tho Ro
man Catholic Church living in the
vicinity of Kleele.
An Union l'oi-t ot'tlie Krrnoli 1'Iok
niiip or the racinr.
The French man-of-war Duqucsne,
the flagship of the Pacific, flying the
Hag of Admiral Lefcvie, arrived off
port Sunday morning, 14 days from
San Francisco. The Duqucsne was
hoi e about 2 years ago. She is a lii st
class crui&cr of the rani type, car
rying twentx -four guns andaciow
of GUt) men." While at San Fian
cisco she went on the Government
drydock at Maic Island. The Ad
miral's staff is as follows:
Heat-Admiral and Commander of
the Pacific Squadron A. A.Lefevrc.
Captain and Chief-of-Staff E.
Lieutenants and Aids C. K. Mo
tet and G. Beclion.
Midshipmen W.H. Uattei and D.
Fleet' Pay mantel J. B. T. II.
ISonfiW (ie Lanfanrie.
Fleet Suigeon J. M. J. Beau
manoir. Chaplain A. M. N. Mac.
The ship's olliceis are as follows:
Commander and Executive Of
ficer Z. L. Juhel.
Lieutenants C. II. Grandbesan
con, C. K. E. Uate, A. Lolte and
L. J. F. Daniel.
Midshipmen J. L. Richard, J.
Grellicr, G G. Weycr, L. E. A. de
Douville-Maillefeu, M. A. d'Adhe
mar dc Cransac, J. M. R. Garrcau,
E. C. Thelot, II. J. Goybet, J. Ma
bile du Cheusc and .1. Bellot.
Chipf Engineer E. M. lc Ilohant.
Assistant Chief Engineer K. II.
Ass'stant Paj-inaeter P.W. Gaic.
Surgeon V. A. Rousseau.
As soon as the Duquesne came to
an anchor outside she Habited the
Hawaiian Hag, the battery at Kaka
ako rcipondiug. Mons. d'Anglade,
the French Comiuissioner, went on
boat d in the afternoon and was le
cejvel with the iinal salu e. Tlie
Duquesne leave for Tahiti on
Tltuisday. This aftei noon the Ad
mii.il and olliceis paid thuir lespects
to Mons. d'Anglaile at the Legation,
benig cscoited thither fiom the
landing b Mons. Bellaguet, Clian-
BASE BALL ABROAD.
"The fact that as our national
game spreads, so The Sporting Life
spreads, whs brought convincingly
home to us last week when we weie
askrd by mail all the way from the
Sandwich Islands, to decide a point
in play which lias been vexing the
natives there, which question, pro
pounded by Mr. J. W. Winter, of
Honolulu, isauiweiediu the column
devoted to seekeis after light. Base
ball is a fixture in Hawaii, and is
daily played by a number of clubs
bunded into several strong leagues
w ith regular championship schedules
and it, of com so, goes without say
ing that The Sporting Life is read
by these enthusiasts, several hun
dred copies being bent to tho Islands
weekly. That thu game is also gain
ing a strong foothold in Austialla, is
made evident to us not only by the
number of games being played and
new oluliH being oiganicd, but also
by the steadily increasing demand
for Tho Sporting Life through Harry
Simpson, whom Mr. Spalding
btaliiiied at .Melbourne for thu put
pose of promoting tho game by every
means in his power. By the way,
It may intop'fct the bau ball frater
nity bote to know Hint the Ilamillwns
aio mote ptogroasiyu than we aru,
us they have already niade the double
u in pirn system a lixtili o lor all of
their olmiuploiiblilp guinea, Tim
dons thu pupil onutilp the tutor."
The foregoing In fmiu the I'hlla.
dilphia Spotting Life, .Inly 'J I, and
tho decision rehired to la tin fol
lon&; "J, Y, Winter-. Honolulu, II,
I, The tun did not tquut. Mn iuub
can he wired wliilo tho thlid mini Is
lieiny put out at first baso,"
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAQUE,
Following la tlo btnndlngof the
nlubs up to SatuidHy, Aiij'iiaV lldi
Won, l.obr Vi.vw
Hawaii .... 9
Wod Sau Suffers tho Last Pen
alty of tho Law !
ol tho Exscutlon
At five minutes past eight o'clock
this mottling a Chinaman named
Woo Sau was hanged within the
walls of Oahii Prison. Ho was sen
tenced at the May term of the Cir
cuit Coin i of the Third Judicial
Circuit held at Ililo, Hawaii. Woo
Sau was charged with the murder
of Quon Yep at Ilonomu, Ililo, in
July, 1888, and Lam Gee and Ten
Yiek were indicted as accessories
with him. Owing to tho feeling in
tlie district, about seventy-live per
sons were examined before nn un
biased jury was obtained. The case
occupied eight days in trial, and re
sulted in a veidict of conviction
against Woo Sau for murder, and of
ncquittal toward Lam Gee and Ten
Yiek. The Chief Justice in passing
sentence of death on Woo Sau, said
that the murtreied man had rcndci
cd himself obnoxious to the piisoncr
and others of his class by reason of
his having become an informer to
the authorities of tlie olVcnscs too
common among the Chinese, of hav
ing opium in possession, of gambling
and illicit selling of intoxicating
liquors. There was no doubt thai
this murder was planned in a room
of the Yeo Wo Hing Co., in Ililo, a
society foimed from among the Chi
nese, with a laigc membeiship. The
death of this obnoxious mau was de
libeiately planned and ho was allur
ed to a lonely place in a valley away
fiom public notice, there feasted to
sui foiling, di tigged with intoxicat
ing liquors and opium and his life
crushed out of him, and his
poor body carried like a dumb
brute's and bmied, disinteired and
buried again in a secret and seclud
The prisoner since his conviction
has been confined in a cell at Oahu
Prison, and has shown no signs of
giving away until je-jteiday, when
he weptagod deal. Ataneaily
hour this morning the acting pastor
of the Chjnese Church, and Mr.
Goo Kim, Assistant Chinese Com
meieial Agent, wcte with the con
demned man. Woo Sau had sent
for M Goo Kim on Sunday and
asked hi m to forward a letter to his
father and mother and two brothers
The scaffold was erected by half
past it o'clock this morning in the
usual place in the piisonyard. Dr.
C. M. Hyde ai lived at the prison
about ten minutes before eight
o'clock and baptized the doomed
man. The latter made no confes
sion. At five minutes bdforc eight
Mai shal Sopor read the death war
rant, and then preparations weie
made for the cariving out of the
law. Among those present to w it
ness the execution were, besides the
Marshal, Deputy Marshals Creigh
ton and Hopkins, Captain Staples,
the piison warden, Di. J. II. Kim
ball and C. T. Rodgeis, Goo Kim,
Police Captain Laiscn, Deputy War
den Kingsley, Messrs. J. D. Holt,
J. E. Staples, J. II. Langtry, P.
Isenbeig and a icpresentative of the
The condemned man's arms were
pinioned in his room and at one
minute past eight o'clock ho walked
with a firm step to the scaffold,
where the work of pinioning was
completed. The black cap was
drawn over the head, Capt. Laisen
fixed the noose and punctually at
live minutes past eight tlie bull was
diawn. Death was no doubt in
stantaneous, there not being the
slightest movement after the felon
dropped to the length of the lope.
After hanging twenty-one minutes
the doctors made an examination and
pronounced the man dead. Four
minutes later the body was taken
down, placed in a cotlln and bmied
at Makiki. Marshal Soper's ar
rangements were perfect, the execu
tion being cairied out expeditiously
ar.d efficiently. Jailer Staples had
his airangements so made that there
was no hitch at all. Capt. Fehlbehr
had charge of the front door of the
prison. Tho following documents
Oaiiu Piuion, Honolulu.
Wo tho undersigned physicians
do hereby certify thut wo were
present at the execution of Woo
Sau and saw him hanged by tho
neck until he was dead at ti ;Ufi a,
m, of the morning of August utli,
A, D, 188'J, uud after hanging for
tho space of 2f minutes wu did pro
UQunco him to bo fully dead, and to
certified to tho Marshal,
J, 11, KlMII.W,!,,
0, T, Honunis,
Oiitu Pillbox, Honolulu,
Wo tlie undersigned icaldenta of
Honolulu do licfoby oeitlfy, Unit we
ivuro present within Hie yn of
OhIi Pi Unit, on tho uioiniug of
August ."Hli, A. Di 1881), and mmv
Woo Sail linugud by tlio muk until
lip waH dead.
t J, Uni;,
d, H, SlAl'l-W,
T)Y Japanese mull mid wlfi'i Ihii
,l nun) id wurlj in yard mid binb.lt,
lljy vroiimn to do liQusowo.rU ami cook.
Apply st till! offlty. tin 1
Auction Sales by Jaracs r. Morgan,
On TUESDAY, August Glli
AT 1 O'Cl.OCJt NOON,
At the ".Mansion Hou'o Premises," cor
iter of Ueritani'i eirtct anil Garden
Lflne, 1 will sell tit Public
JAS. 1?. D10HGAN,
LARGE and IMPORTANT
I am Instructed by Messrs. IT. HACK
FRLD & CO lo sell at Public Auc
tion at their 8torc, Queen street,
On a Liberal Credit to tho Trade,
Wednesday V Tlmrsdny,
August llHli, 13th, Mth & lGth,
Commencing' at 10 a. m. each day,
All their iiupottntintiB of Merchan
dise of every description, com.
prising full lines of
Dry Gills, Dress Ms,
Knjjlifli and Auslralinn Sttlriits,
Twine and Filter 1'iess Clmh,
(JiilvHiiircd Corrugitcd Iron and
Bags and Bagging,
Vienna Furniture I
An assortment of
CROCKERY aud GLASSWARE,
Champagnes, Pert & Sherry Wines,
Ales, Beers, &c.
B" Ml Goods ottered
TEH3IM AT MAI.K
Second Annual Picnic
TO be held 11! ICapiolani Pink on
SATURDAY, August 10, 1880
Admission, f,0 ootila. Jsiches frc. Tic
kets to Iib had of till members of t lie
Club. Time Gnu will leave corner o!'
Fort and King street, every half hour,
conuneucing ut 1 o'clock v. i , nnri
Huscs will transfer ladies anil children
frcra the Uridgc to the iiicn'c pluce
Syorts foi young and old commence at
2 t. m. A large plaiform is on llu
rounds for danc'uic. Jlu.ic by lb'
ltoj.d Iluwidian Unid.
FEltYS FOR SAIiB.
nU()Si: ilcsiiing Firns will
Jl choice nffcorimrnt, from
Ionian's lei n cry at the store ol A. L.
Smith, Foit sited. Price rciibnimblc.
NEW AVilcox & While Purloi
Orxan with ciiditstoiH Suitable
for rcliool or church A flae instru
metit. Apply at 57 Punchbowl urcet
opposite N, 1'. Mission Insiitute. 273 tl
A FEW bauds ot the abovn just re
eclved per S. N. CiiKtlc, foi snle lry
a0l2w CASTLi; & COOKK.
A DIVIDEND to the creditors of II
M, will bu duo and pnable on the
Mot .Inly, at the ntllcc of Alex. J. Cart
wright, .Merchant Btrett.
800 iw PER ORDER.
Notlco lo Shippers.
-Kh rTP0N completion of lay.
SJW U ins of the Hawaiian
mn i'aoinu l'iililu on or about
the At Cllppei
Brhoiiiior"0 II.Tnnnai." Oantnln U.J.
Kelley, 100 tone, will ho ripen for charter
for tiny Amerlnin or Drlilsh Col'iinblun
port, or will rutnin direct to Victoria,
H, U. For fti-lulil Mini pasBneo apply to
15. O, Hall & Bon, Honolulu, II, I, '
HARTHOI.OMKW ic IIAKKR,
Hi till unco of
Mr, Fiank qrown,
.1 Vi Mr, Jan0 Uoyp,
Mr, M, Qrccn,
STOlli;, VAs , now oronplKd by
Mr. WqII. JHro r,
. , IvIrttfMrrut
flia- Apply lo
4. d, AUTWH!flllTi
s This Plain Enoogli For 1 lie investors f
Some Suggestive Facts and Figures Showing the Financial Operations of the .Two
Largest Life Insurance Companies in the World,
(7'Vom tho Annual Stalcm'ents for 1883, and the Official Jlcporls to the Insurance 'Department.')
To tlie 'X'l&oiig'litful Jtitvewtor:
Considering tlie vast iinpoitnnee involved In connection with Life Insurance, and the natural inference lo bo
taken from a reading of tlie many iiamplilols, uliotilais. and advertisements ot the Equitable Life Absurancc 'So
ciety, I'lniiniug superiority oor every other company, and alluding parlicnlaily lo "Its Two Largest Comneti
lois." As a representative of one of the "Two Largest Compotitoi 3" I offer no apology foi presenting ti com
parative esliibit, show lug the financial opeintions of the Mutual and Equitable Life Ins. Cos., and have
aimed to make the comparisons plain enough to "LET liVERY EYE NEGOTIATE FOll ITSELF."
Respectfully submitted, A. U. THOMAS,
Executive Special Agent, the Mutual Life Ins. Co.
An -Ounce of Fact Is Worth a Ton of Assertion.
1 As to admitted assets Jany. 1st, 1880 :
'ri.r. xr.iiiml 1 irn 1.M.1 cior. ifii ?iii 1 - ,
The Equitable held obJaieO 1 Kxccss ln f,lV0r ot Mulual Life
2 As to the amount of assets to assumed Insurance Obligations:
I lie Alulunl Life held S202 per each
The Equitable held 5173 per each
3 As to amount of insurance issued
Tim Mntli.il 1 .if,. trnlMrwl tQn 7r.fi
,7, ,; .: . . fa"'""" "V.'.T"'."" S Kvppss infninr nf Arnlunl l.ifn ft
.I'.nuiia mo rra nod I i. l 1. 1
The percentage of gniu in the Mutual was 48. G ,,
The percentage of gain in the Equitable was 1 1.0 J
f m-. , ,
1 As lo Premiums received from, and claims paid to policy holders: '
'I'ltn Ar.itml l.ifo imiI1 fi7"i 7( fn,. o,.l, oinn 1
'Iio Equitable paid $33.70 for each S100 Exccss '" fnvor of Mul,ml Lifc S2--00 l,cl cveri' S,00 "'
5 -As to general 4 percent Surplus over all Tontine and ascertained dividend liability:
The Mutual Life held Jan. 1st, 1880, 7,887,030 )v . , .... ,.,
The Equitable held Jan. 1st, 1880, $5,25319 JLxce3S ln favor of 3Iullltl1 S25632,220.' L.
Tire liquilttble boastfully advertises a surplus of $20,794,713 while their own sworn statement, as shown in
the latest leport of the New York Ins. Dept., proves' the advertisement "padded" to the extent of Si, 720,312.
The Eqtiitable's GROSS surplus is only 10,008,402 and fiom this amount should be deducted the sum of $13,
812,083 already accrued on Tontine and other policies lor which special class of nolicv holders it is simnlv hnlri
in trust and cannot
capital stock be also
uumib jjaiu uy uiu Aiutuat j-iiie, in
ny uie l'.qnuatiie. while tlie total
tlie Mutual Life 5272,481,330. In
in .at.ii ami noms faccurciy nnesieti
ever icceieu noin mem, wniie mo
riio T lioroilital Stallion
Will stand at service ul
$50 ail $75 Insurance.
IUcoiin 2:22K, t'ncicmcn'o, Sept. 15,
Pediohek: Jlnrin was iied bj
Qu'uin't. I'atclicn, be by Ueo. M. Pat
Chen, Jr ; Marin'a dan bv Emigrant, he
by, Hilly McCracken; iiillv McCrarken
by WcOackeii's Black Hawk, 707, (the
sire of Ltuly Dooliy, and ol the dam of
Ore-man, 2:19i). McUracken's Ultick
Hawk, 1C7, bv Vermont Black Hawk, 5;
2nd dam bj Mtnshnll's Uluek IJawk, he
liy.Kastoirs Uluek Hawk. Tlie dam ot
Quiiui'b I'atchcn tiy Btockbridge Chief,
he by Vermont Black Hawk, fi.
It. T. Carroll ol ban Fiancnoo, the
former owner of Marin, vouches, thai
out of tbirly.six marcs serred by Ibis
horse during his last season in Cali
fornia, thirty.flvo piovid with foal.
PAUL It. ISHXHEIIG.
Cbrriago For Sale Che ip.
. - 1 NPAV n.lhlrirlrr ri.r
f?$b - rlaf?c J,lst "ll".d
'giWy)'?- andliandsoincly tiinnned
In llrs.1 chibs biy'.ej must bo immediate!
wlil lo cln-iu un UHMirnmtiit. Applr lo
HAWAIIAN BUS1XKSS AUEaOY.
Collage To Let.
AJCHW onaBtoiy Cottage
on upper pan of Llllha
fell tot, coiiliilnlin; fi looms
nicely pnpeii'd and ialnted, bath room,
kite, on, nice lawn, thado deep, ete,
Will be icnted leiisoiiableto a good ten-
li.VWAirAX 1IUSINKBS AGKXOV.
STOItE TO LET
.jh,& TIHC Store lately occupied
Emm -L by K. O, Howe, Way's
Mmmm IMook, KIiik etrm I, at ruuson.
able rontul, PoshiishIoii plvun at onre,
HAWAIIAN IirHINKSS AGKNOY,
rnjlJJ best luinudy for
1 woiiiiiIh. uU-eM,
galla, piiiml llebli uiu)
bin us of tiory dobnilp.
lion i noisoiis. onmi
mills, Adopted by lemllns lioii mil.
mad, club mid livmy bulilus, etc, In
llm riiHrd Hliile niitf pImiwIihip, Wn
uiu iii-iiiiPi to inii IliU Mnteineiit by
netiiiUiuU mill infe-imipe-H In uiiltih
mid 1!puiiipii ill this Iv'lnKdinii,
HAWAIIAN m'HINIJSH AQUHOV.
lillll HUHiKiu'dplp Vli'Wfc nf IliP
mnt nltuietUti itieppiy, hnlliip, vv,
In Www iwh fm tiu tit muiiyiilily
iWWAlWS 1HIMJ8 AUI.NPY.
Irom 1803 to 1889 the interest receipts of Tlie Mutual Lifc was more than sufficient to pay all death losses
by over nine millions of dollars, while during the same period of years the interest leceipts of the Equitable was
not enough lo pay its death claims by twelve millions of dollars. The total outgo for both death claims and ex
penses in the same period being seven percent ci cater in the Enuitablo. than in fbn Minimi T.ifo. Tl,o riitt.
one thousand ) T, . , ,
one thousand fl!,xt;CS3 1U favor of
in 1S88 over 1887:
I - - - v
xcess in favor of Mutual 37 per cent.
be used in any manner for the ptotection or profit of any
deducted the Equilablc's general surplus is shown lo be
Mutt ui Tola! Paymenta to Policy Hollers.
me last 21 3-eai
us alone, amount to S73, 514,374 as against $33,098, 910 paid
licy holders since the Company's organization have been ; in
1 18,494,751. The Mutual Life lias paid back to its members
payments to poli
the Enuitable SI
lor itiuire payment, Uver Sixty- Million oi Dollars More than
equitable 1ms returned in like manner
101) FOMT STKKKT, IIOKOIiUI.U.
Cashmere Bouquet Toilet Soap.
Cashmere Bouquet Perfume.'
?t Violet Toilet Water.
11 O t!X. W
General Depot, "Wholesale and Eetail.
THE WllITING IS IN PLAIN SIGHT, EVEN TO THE LAST
No Tilting of Gfivringo to ConBumo Tinio Only 38 Keys
Pull OttBQ of 04 OlmrftoterBIntorohnnBonblo Typo
Koya thnt onn Ijo Ohangod in 5 Sooonda,
vr IliU inelliQd iiilovvn tho
m.i, ia fur
If S'?W'i I'WSf vlmr Jk Smm J&WTVS'ldKcMflK
I liis iuit iDiiri'BoniH tho Typ HJupvp jwiilinr tn UipPiianiiam.Tvpk "Whitwi.
Unimtib iii mill iMmi, mid twitla In Hip ilglit tmi u to teaeli fl vumi ini
IMiutliiK point. It riMituliiH nil thf ' tU,s tunluils, "Itit--, i-ne".,' "Kga
ijiii iimiiuntiin iniiiU-ti. the niunr t.iulu-fmir pIiihiwIpw. 'HilS
lypo b liiiivi. Pirn in. ;i iuiikiI. mid .ii.oilipr, with mi txitlio li m& of J .
wiluil in tin; iiiiiu lihiP in ii U wc.uii- Tim 1pppu hm PuTiitiiraveitTu
lUiuihur kit m tn uiulmln nil blylpa of letti-is. imibwh iu
fLm fcimi fur onl'iivi.
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