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K ' IV authority. To6 much prniao cannot be botoffcd Auction Sales by Lewis J, Lovey, Auction Sales by James F. Morgan. Till" BII1TIIAI I IFF IKIOIIDKUfF PH '1
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K W.i.k)i nn.rnl nllntii imrlnn tin 1111 nit .1inio.it. U 111 I 1 1 1 1 1 1 1 U U 1 1 I' V U I U f I
eS IMffirf)) tics lo ti successful issue in London. lHllIUllltoU . 1 Ul . UU1U L M 0 M j (fill ffV ObOI OP N133W 1'
1, ""' . seen by the interview, by his busi- .irrl1T1,AV. . , .,.
ES " ..n.a ,..nn..:i.. o,1 m.l.ltn c.i.tf V" ill Ui.uili.w I I ....,
k. Tenders lor Print iner. .. . , . , at is otiiOok soox,
Tcndois will be icccivcd nt the
utllce of the Attorney-General up to
uoon of WEDNESDAY, the 13th
day of No ember, for the printing of
forms required in the Marshal's
Office for 1 year, and the supply of
paper for same.
Samples of forms, with number of
each required, can be seen at the
Tenders should be endorsed "Ten
ders for Printing."
The printing to be done fiom time
to time, as ordered, but no two set
t'ngs of one form will be lequired.
The Attorney-Geneial does tiot bind
himself to accept the lowest or any
('. W. ASH FORD,
Honolulu, November 9. 1SS!.
Finance!) ki-a 111 m knt,
uljiikau ok ouhtum.s,
II0N01.UM1, Nov. 0, 18S9.
On and after the Oth of Novembei,
1&S9, the PilotR Onice will bo at the
South end of the Pacific Mail whaif,
wheie a pilot will be on duty from 0
:i. m. to 7 p. 111.; and fiom 7 j. 111. to
." a. in. a Pilot or his Deputy will be
in the ofliee.
Vessels arriving oil' the l'oit after
dark, and wishing a l'ilot, should
burn blue lights, or fire rockets, when
a. Pilot will nt once put off.
Telephones Mutual and Hell No,
(Signed) A. R. CLEGHOKN,
398 ,'lt Collector-General.
Uy Oriter oftho llonrd'.of Kdnrutloii.
Should a sufficient number apply,
Xormal classes will be formed at the
Pott Street School in this city, for
the instruction of young men and
young women in the art of school
teaching in the English language.
Those willing to engage to attend
such classes for a tcim of not loss
than three months, arc hereby re
quested to send their names and ad
dress to the Secietary of tho lloaid
of Education, together with their
ages, and the names of tho schools
l.ibt attended by thorn, before the
coming Clnistinas holidays.
The instruction in the chides ic
ferred to, will be apart from tho
lc.guhir public school bonis, and will
be lice. W. J AS. SMITH,
Education Office, Nov. fl, 1889.
J'ledeJ to neither Sett nor Party,
But established for the bate fit of all.
SATURDAY, NOV. 9, 1889.
THE MAKAWELI PLANTATION.
In this issue appears an interest
ing interview with Col. G. W. Mac
farlane regarding the organization
of what is now chartered under the
laws of this Kingdom as tho "Ha
waiian Sugar Company." It is the
largest corporation ever organized
in this country, the greater Sprock
ets' concern on the island of Maui
being incorporated in California.
The inauguration of a Hawaiian en
terprise with' a capital of two mil
lion dollars to he regarded as ono
of the greatest events in tho history
of the country's progress. It will
probably have added importance in
the effect of encouraging other
schemes of magnitude with Ike as
sistance of foreign capital for the
v development of the icsourccB of the
kingdom. Tho rate at which local
subscriptions have poured in fortius
enterprise when backed by foreign
capital shows, not only the confi
dence felt in this particular scheme
and tho gentlemen connected with
'its management, hut reeals the
fact of theie being a largo amount
of surplus capital in Honolulu
awaiting good investments. As it
htands, however, this investment of
two millions would be a great matter
lor any country. Messrs. Watson
and Mncfarlanc aro to bo congratu
lated on carrying the scheme
through, andthc company on hav
ing Obtained Mr. Baldwin as a
heavy investor in it, whose practical
ability as u sugar planter 1b a guar
antee that the company will be well
mauaged, atid the interests of the
htocldiolders bo safo in his hutuln.
Too much inalso canhotbc bestowed
upon Col. Mncfarlanc for the as
eiduity with which ho pressed the
negotiations under no mean dilllcul
tics to a successful issue in London.
Hon. C. H. llishop, too, It will bo
seen by the interview, by his busi
ness sagacity and public sp'uit,
promptly exercised at perhaps a
critical juncture, saved the enter
prise fiom postponement. In this
our veteran financier ha3 added to a
long lut of benefactions to Ids
adopted country. This successfully
launched Hawaiian enterprise will
add immensely to the production of
domestic wealth, as well as have a
rellcx influence of great account in
increasing the importance of Hawaii
The lloyal Hawaiian Hand will
give a public concert this evening
at Emma Square, commencing at
1:30 o'clock. Following is the
March Coronation Meyerbeer
Orci ture Hotutiutic Uela
l'olka Stephanie Fabi bach
Selection Marco Vlscontl Pctrella
Unllni (1 The Palms Fnui e
Waltz-Mai lnnne Wahlteufcl
FATHER Damlen's Photos. .T. J.
Williams lias for salo by special
permission at bis Ptudio, Fort street,
photographs of tho laic Father Damien
takcnsliortly before his death. Also, a
aeries of scientific photos of interest to
the medical faculty. 085 tf
STKAVKD One Unik
Brown IIoiso brand
ed "W. U. on the left
jEF hip. Tlie above leward
will bo paid for his return to the under
signed at the house next door to Long
Branch Bath?, Waikiki.
400 3t Jona. AUSTIX.
Tlflt. J. M. OAMARA, Jk., has re.
XtX moved to the ollico of tho Portu
guese Consulate, Boom 10, Sprcckels'
Block, Fort street. 400 lw
A COTTAGE on the Beach,
at Kapiolaul Park, next
door to Mr. E. 8. Cunhn, lately
occupied by Mr. Geo. Ashley, and in the
same enclosuic a Cottage tmitablo for a
small family. Hot and cold water In
ibe larger cottage, with bathrooms at.
tached, and water in all rooms of both
coitnges. Apply to
Honolulu Can iagp Mauut'ff, Fort st.
rpUB undersigned Deputy Assesor &
JL Collector of Taxes for thoDistiict
of Lahaina, Island of Maul, hereby
gives notice to the tax payers of tho
said district that he will meot them at
the time and placoa below specified for
the purpocc ol receiving their taxes
A. 1). ISS'J :
"WEDNESDAY, Nov. Oih, 18S9, at Ka-
THURSDAY, Nov. 7th, IBS!), at Hono-
FRIDAY, Nov. Sth, ISSD, at Kaana.
WEDNESDAY, Nov. 13th, 1SS0, nt
And all oilier days during thu month of
November and of December, to die lfiih
day, at his office in the Court House at
Deputy Aflc!Sor & Collector of Taxes,
District of Lull n hi a, Maul.
Iiilriina, Maui, Oct. U2, 18S0. US5 Uw
Tax Collector's Notice, 1889.
rpili; undeisljrucd Deputy Assessor
X. and Collector of Taxes for tho Dis
tilct of Wailuku. Island of Maui, II. I.,
liuieby gives notice that he will lie at
the following places on the dates given,
for the purpose of collecting taxes:
TI'KSDAY, Nov. 12th, 1880, nt Makena
THURSDAY, Nov. 14th, 1880, at Wai-
MONDAY. Nov. 18ili, 18S0,at Walknpu
TULmDAY, Nov. iT.tli, 188!), at Kubului
On all other days during the mouth
of Xo ember and December (-undnys
excepted) from !) a. m. to 4 p. in. daily
and on Saturdays from 9 a. in. to 12
noon at bis office nt Wailuku.
All amounts ocr 810 most be pa'd In
U.S. gold coin, or In Hawaiian if'M Cer
tilleates of Deposit.
Taxes lemalnlng unpaid after Decem
ber Ifltli will be Mibject to an additional
chai go of 10 percent.
.r.so. II. STELI.IXO,
Deputy Aosef-or & Collector of-Tuxes
IiKttlct of Wailuku, Island of
Wailuku, Maul. II. I., Nov. 1, 1880.
Notice to Tax Payers, 1889,
fPIIE undoi-dgncd Deputy Assessor
1 and Collector of Taxes for tho
District of Mnkawao, Inland of Maul,
hcicbv gives notico to tho tax payers of
tho said dlstiler, th.U ho will meet them
at the time and places below specified
for the putpose of iceclving their taxes
.SATURDAY, Nov. 30lh. IPSO, at Huelo
MONDAY, Dec. 2d, 18S9, nt Paiiweln
TUILSDA Y, Dec. 3id, 1SS9, at I'ala
N i:r)NESDAY, Deo. -lth, 1830, at Jus.
THURSDAY, Dec. Oth, 18 0, at I). Hl-
dr dgu's, Kula
FRIDAY. Dec. (lth, If fill, at . I. K. K'a-
makeia, Kill, l.
And on all other dnj.s dining tho
mouth of Xo ember and of Dicembcrto
rlio loth at bin ollico at thu Giovo
Ranch, Mnkawao, Muni.
All amounts over 810 must bn paid in
U. .S. gold coin or 820 Hawaiian Ceitl
T.iM-i leinainlng unpaid after Dec.
13th will be chnrgort It) per cent, addi
tional. wm. i fj:n.sm:ll,
Deputy Atsc-isor iV Collector of'l'iix-cs
Mnkawao. Nov, 1st, IPMk ,"-! Sw
On THURSDAY, Xov. Mill,
AT l!i OTIiOCK XOOX,
I will sell at Public Auction 1111 tbo
2-STORY WOODEN BUILDING,
Known as the "Royal Hotel,"
Dome: of Mnchnnt anil Nuuanu streets
Of the "Hull's Head Premises."
the Widhlkl Biiio of the Hnynl
tjSTllul'dlngs to bo removed within
7 days from llnio of snlc.
Bool tS Stationery Store,
A limited number of each of
Baye : Just : Been : Received,
gj6F Mako your purchases earlj
if you desire to send presents abroad
Thos. G. THRUM,
Hawaiian Opera House,
Saturday Kvening, Xov. Kith
Assisted by Leading Local Amateurs
and the Hoyal Hawaiian Band.
j55?The box plan for the sale of seats
tvill open at Mr. L. J. Levey's otllce,
Monday, Nov. 11th, nt 9 o'clock a. m.
I HAVE this day sold the Tahiti
Lemonade Works to tho Tahiti
Lemonade Works Company, and request
an immediate settlement with mo of all
outstanding accounts. All bills duo by
the late business will be paid by
J. E. BROWN.
Honolulu, Oet. 31, 1880. 3051m
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT tho annual meeting of the Wai
kapu Sugar Co. held this day, tho
following stockholders wore elected to
f crve ns officers for the ensuing year:
W. 11. Cornwoll President.
II. It. Macfarlnne. . . Vice-President.
W. G. Irwin Tieasurcr.
W. M. Giffurd Secretary.
F. W. Macfarlano Auditor.
AV. M. G1FFARD,
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1880. 395 lw
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T tho rogular nnnual meeting of 'the
stockholders of E. O. Hall & Son,
(LM), held this day, tho following offl.
corn were elected for tho ensuing year:
Ik O. White.
W. F. Allen Auditor.
Tom May & F. Wundcnberg
E. O. WHITE,
Secretary E. O. Hall & Son, (l.'d).
Honolulu, Nov. 7, 1880. !I0!) nt
Hawaiian Sugar Company,
NOTICE ib hoieby given that nt a
meeting of tho stockholders of tho
above named Company held in Hono.
lulu, Iliwailan Island', on November
2nd, 1880, It wafa voted to uccept tho
Charter of Incorporation granttd by tho
Hawaiian Government. Hotieo Is tur.
thcr given that tho limit of slid chiller
is fltiy voais and the linblllty of tho
stoekhol'ders limited to tho amount due
aud unpaid on tho share?, i ho follow,
higolllccih wore elected for the ensuing
II. 1. Jltldwln Presldou'.
G. w, Macfarlnne... ViccPresldtui.
.1. A. lloppci Secretary.
E. M. Walsh Treus irer.
I. C. Jones Auditor.
And tho following were elected ns
II. I Baldwin,
O. R. Bishop,
G. X. Wilco.
G, W. Maclurlane,
J. A. Hopper,
IJ. M. WiiMi,
W. L. HOl'l'EH,
Secretary pro tein.
4, lf-EO. IsOn 1U1.1I2U
NOTICE of REMOVAL.
SANDER'S Baggage Expicss Otllce
has removed lo the old stand, No.
81 Klug street, directly opposite tho ono
recently occupied. )78 lm
On Saturday Evening, to 9th,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, 1 will
sell at Public Auction, nu
lnottoy .A.r tides,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
Also, a largo variety of
Fancy Dress Goods,
Silk A Chudda Shawls,
An elegant assortment of
Lndlea' DroJ Goods,
Lsco Curtains & Tidies,
Victoria -:- Lawns,
Aho, a nice assortment of
U. y drxtos -l
JSyArticlcs will bo on view on Satur.
day morning. All Goods must be sold.
Reserved eats for ladies.
.MS. F. MORGAN,
On THURSDAY, Nov.
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 311..
At tbo residence of I. Q. TEWKSBORY,
No 12 School strco', I will soil at
The Entire Househ'd Furniture
Black Walnut Parlor Sat,
Upholsteied in Raw Silk & Plush;
B. W. Marblctop Center Table,
Largo Center & Sofa Rugs,
Panel PICTURES & PAINTINGS
Decorated Hanging Lamp,
Laco Curtains A, Lambrequin",
Collection of Books,
Washington Irving's Workp,
Memoiis ot Ginnt & Sheridan,
Flora of Hawaiian Islands, Etc,
1 Oak Marble top Bedroom Sol,
Mattrashes, Mosquito Nets,
B. W. WARDROBE,
1 B. W. Dek,
1 Domestic Sowing Machine
1 "Coniptess" Stovo & Utensil,
Refrigerator, Meat Safe,
1 Cunaiy Bitd. A lot of
Ferns and Plants,
Etc., Etc., Etc., ttc.
CSr PicmiseB will be open for inpec.
tion on Wednesday, Nov. 1,11b, Irom 1)
A. M. to 3 i m
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Auction Sale of Leases of
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 1 ii,
AT lii O'CLOCK SOUS,
At my Salesroom, Queen street, by order
r,l II. It. II. Lilluokalaui, 1 will
hull at Public Auction,
Be Lease for 20 Years!
Of tho following Desirable Building
Lots, Miitubla for rc-tidrnccs, situated at
Waikiki, on thu main ro.ul, and being u
portion of tho Waikiki property of II.
LOT A Slzo 176 feet f rout nr.d ISO feot
doep; tills Lot adjoins tho
briilgo and Is on tho main
road leading to tho Park.
Thu Lot Is fenced.
LOT B Adjoining Lot A, has a fiont
ago of 120 feet on main, road,
and is 180 feet deep. '
LOT C Adjoining Lot B, lronlago of
120 feet on main road, ItiO
LOT D Adjoluing Lot O on main
roau. iiiia uu icei irontago
und a depth of 180 feet.
LOT E Sio 110 feot by 11G0 feot, at
rear of Lots A, B, O, D; has a
frontage en a new road US
feet utile, connicting with
main road to Park.
LOT F Adjoining Lot E; elie 140 by
LOT Q Adjoining Lot F; sizo 140 by
LOT H Adjoining Lot Q ; sizo 140 by
LOT I Adjoining Lot II; sUu 110 by
All thcBO Lots are level nnd well
planted with grass. Tho Waikiki Cmb
run past tho front cf tho Lots.
'I ho Lots are situated about 60 feet
from tho beach.
Parlits purchasing any of these Lots
will iccelvo gratis n 20 yesr Uaso ol'tO
(out of laud on tho beach, for erection of
b'lth-hoiiMU nnd bathing facilities.
Bents payablo semi-annually in ml.
A Churl of the Propciiy can bo eccn
at my Salesroom.
C3y-For turthoi particulars apply to
JAS. F. MORGAN,
C31 22i Auctioneer.
In issuing a new form of insuiancc which provides, in thu event of death, for a return of all premiums paid In ad
dition to the amount of the policy, or, should tho insured survive a given number of years, the Company will
return all the premiums paid with interest; or, instead of accepting the policy and prollts in uash the lecal holder
nmv, WITHOUT MEDICAL EXAMINATION and WITHOUT FURTHER PAYMENT OF PREMIUMS, takti in
llcii thereof tiic amount of poiloy and profltH in FULLY PAID UP insurance, paiticipating anuually in dividends.
Remember, this contract is issued by the oldest Life Insurance Company In tho United States, and the Lar
gest Finauclal Institution in the World, its assets exceeding One Hundred und Twenty-Six Millions of Dollars.
tST For full particulars call on or
Gineor Ale, in
s" All communications
A HANDSOME Suito of
Wn m t&lwxl llnnma onn.
S (istinirof iiiilor. bi-droomand
batn room iidjoiuing: abo single looms.
Apply "iNuuanu Aenue," opposite Amo
&,(,IIU1I, L.IV UUUIQ IIUIUII U"'..
.., li, ,.rr rln.,. 1tr.lnre C.i,ti1
ITMJRMSHEP, tor ii small
: family lorcign with
plain bosrd. A Brptrr.te Cot.
tagu with tho usual conveniences would
bo preferred, and near a iluu of street
cars State Inclusivo terms to "Maul,"
Bulletin Offico. ?04 2w
,a TVEBIRABLE llubidencu nu
v29 JL the Plains known as
"sunny South " DMenslve
gruumiH planted in fruit tree-, and crna.
mental Ehruln. Rent very moderate
Possession on Decembu "1st Also,
Commodious Office (vacated by Tahiti
I.emonadu Depot), US Merchant stiea.
Could be divided into two gnod olllccs.
Rent low. Apply to
.1. E. BROWN A CO.,
307 lw 23 Merchant htieet
Valnahlo Property For Salo
uAA H Nuuanu Avcnu.i, a
5"Kjija J newly fuinlt-hcd S.alorv
ftSftfrfea Houbo containing 8 looms,
kitchen, bathroom, closet, carriage
house, ttalilo, lienor;,', oic. Gicunds
contain 2 2.10 ncics, well laid out In
lawne, shade nnd fruit tiees, llowi'ie,
etc. Will bo sold low, with or without
ftunituro, horsP3, carriages, live stock,
and all tho appointmnnls neoded In a
Hist class lesktence, as tho owner in.
tends leaving these Island?.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
Cottage To Lot.
ifjKLfa A NLAT Cottage, in pc.
fi5iSt3g XS. fed cider, containing 1
piii-tMSQ rooms, mnsriuito proof, par.
tlally furnlHlicii, wl h largo kitchen,
fhado tn e, oic. Conveniuuly locsttd.
Rt'iit 20 per month io good tenint
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
CONTAINING 1 largo and
2 small rooms, vernnUa
with bitluoom, dining-room
and kitchen detached, on Kekaulike
street, opposite Hotel utiott. Haul $10
per month. App'v Bt
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
nnilE best romedy for
JL wounds, ulcers.
galls, proud ncsh and
sores of every descrlo-
-jTSifc- J- tlon to pei sous or ani
mals. Adopted by leading liorso rail
road, club and livery btables, etc., lu
tho United States and elsewheie. Wc
are prepared to provo this statement by
testimonials and icferences to planters
and liverymen lu this Kingdom.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY
A LARGE assorlmoutof Photographs
and Storooscoplo Views of tho
most attractive scenery, buildings, eto ,
In these lslauds, for snlo ut rensomiblo
1)1 HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENOY.
Corner Fort and Merchant stroetn.
ETC., ETC., ETC., ETC,
and orders should he addressed to
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
CRYSTAL -:- SODA -:- WORKS,
JOHN GRACE, : : Proprietor.
SOLE MANUFACTURERS of "THE GREAT BLOOD
SABSAPAEJLLA and IBOET WATER,
Sarsaparilla, Lemon, Cream
fiJQf" ALL AERATED WATERS GUARANTEED PUKE J0$
Gl KINCJ SXJEtKEX CS-i
Mutual Telephone 3 30 --a o sr Bell Telephone 298
"Island orders piomplly attonded to. nov-S-89-Cni
Gent's Fine Blue Flannel Suits,
Youug Men'u Black French Diagonal Suits I
Boys' Fine Light Weight Cassimere Suits!
Gent's Fino Neckwear, Hosiery, Undoiwoar!
GENT'S BLACK, BROWN and OREY
FINE STIFF FELT HATS.
g&T All tho above Goods aro NEW GOODS and NEW DESIGNS, and
will bo sold ut VERY LOW FIGURES at
Chas. J. FBSHEL'S,
Tho Leading Millinery Houbo, Corner Fort & IJotel stu.
A. G. SILVA,
07 Hotel St., opposite Bethel St.
Cabinet Work Neatly Done.
Furniture Repaired & Polished.
Mtvttlnsr .to Cnrpois I-nid.
BSy-Work well and promptly done at
iLMouablo piiccs. 3HU lu
European Billiard Parlors.
THE Handsomest Billiard Parlors in
the city, aud titled up in the most
approved style. Four tables with all the
latest Improvements. .
J. P. BOWEN & CO.,
370 tf " l'rnprictorn.
T HAVE Ibis doy
nil my light,
X ti ties and IntLrosl In
Manufactory Biifclness as carried on by
mu ou Fori sheet, to Mr. Gideon West.
Thanking the public lor their many
pnst favors I would bespeak tho sumo
for my successor and Laving known
Mr. West for a number of yearn as a
practical carriage builder I am satisfied
tliai no win givo general satintaciinc.
w . ii. 1'au.e.
Honolulu, Oct. 28, 18S0.
HAVING bought out Mr. W. If.
Page In tho "Honolulu Carrlogo
Manufactory," at 128 r"ort street, 1 am
prepnred to continue tho above buslnebs
under tho old namo of Honolulu Car.
liage Manufactory, and boing an old
experienced carrlngo builder I solicit
tho patronago of my old friends nnd the
public lu general, and with my thorough
knowlcdgo of tho buslnoss und with ex.
perlonrod workmen and using only tho
best material I guaranteo gcuoral eatis
faction. Plcoso call and bio mo beforo
GIDEON WEST. .
Honolulu, Oct. 28, IBM. M tf
Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
R. HARRY J. AGNEW, ou account
1VX of leaving the Kingdom to locate
in California, offers for snlo tbo Pio
perty owned by him. Said 1'iopcrty
consists of his present lcsldenco at
Kapiolaul Park known ns ''Greenfield, "
this Property must bo examined to bo
appreciated. Tho House is nenily now
ami well built aud of the boet niateilal.
Tho Stables are commodious, vary handy
and nmplo rdom for tho stowgo of car
riages, feed, utc, in addition 'to that It
has been the homo of such horses as
"Auglc A.," "Johuuy Goldsmith,"
"Queen Kapiolaul," ''Mink," nnd
othcis that will long bo remembered by
the public of Honolulu. Also, thu
Housobold Furniture in said house,
The Land has a Irontago on tho main
avenue of tho Park of 250 feet and a
depth of 200 feet. Alt-o,
About 10 Acres of Land, formerly a
part of the Liiunlllo Estate, nnd lying
between tho property of W. H. Bnlloy
aud Jns. Campbell, Esj. Also,
A Beautiful Bulld.'ng Lot of about 3g
Acres joining the tine lesldenee of Cecil
Brown, Esq. Also,
About 20 Lots in Kapiolaul Iark.
All that Ple-'O of Land with Improve
ments, couMr Pcusticoln and Klnau
meets, no-v occupied by Chas. A.
Blown, 11. Also,
Bhari" In Wnlmnniilo Sugar Co.,
Mtitun' Telephone Co. mid Kapiolaul
jFitio Top Buggy, 1 Road Cart, 1
piacton, 1 Sulky, Double and Slugle
atucHsv Boots, Bltts, Bi idles, Saddles,
aud a complete outtlt for bicaklugaud
I- For paitlcubna and pi Ices apply
to II. J. AUMSW.
Or, Pmr, OppKiuiuir. not 2meod
,JXaJb.-fi:""-f-Jlto-,t'' -'-s win
.i,i JiUjJ te Axit nfc.