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Auction Sales by James F. laorghn.
DA1JLT BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. L, MAT 21, 1880.
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PM-fftl lo neither Href nor Itrt;
Bui titahliihed for if bmrllt of all,
FEED at AUCTION I i
WEDNESDAY, MAY 21, 1R90.
THE KING'S SPEECH.
The King's speech nt the opening
ot the Legislature, published in an
other colutnu.is.ns such speeches usu
ally nro, general in its terni9. A3 a
matter of course, everything is repre
sented in pleasiaz colors. The
suggestion that tho enactment of
laws should "enconrago the exten
sion of public improvements," etc.,
must meet with universal approval.
The deepening of the harbor en
trance is admitted to be a matter of
unquestioned importance. Cable
communication with the Coast i3
also desirable. But we very much
doubt if tho llouso will "deem it
wise" lo "pledge the credit of the
Hawaiian Kingdom for such pur
pose" as laying a cable between
Honolulu and the outsidu woild,
however desirable such communica
tion may be. An undertaking of
that nature i one for the exercise
of private cnterpriae, That the
Government should avoid placing
obstructions in the way, and should
encourage tho enterprise in every
reasonable form, decidedly yes ; but
decidedly not to the extent of
"pledging the credit of the King
dom." HILO HAPPEKINQS.
Verdict oS' 3lniilau,ht'r in tli Ho
uokou LyueliluK Caax--Othei
itviiiH of lutcrmt.
lulu people here yesterday evening
when a telephone message from up
this Coast reported a large flio in
Honolulu. The first messago was
very meagre, and it uas not till
about 10 o'clock that It was learned
that Fowler's yard premises and
.Seal's house wei'e binned. When 1 TO-MOKROW, Itioy 1?nit
I the 13fu.uTis arrived with the. further I . , J(J 0.rwu.R
IUU13 111 lU HUU1IUV3 Ub II1U IWCP, WU
and particulars of the Honolulu 1 Atiny so.Mroiim. uurin -msn, 1 v,m j
murder and opium cases there was a ttt ltrtM Al,cuou'
good deal of stujiitioa over tho
MOr.S TKOUULE AT SAKALAV.
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ISSUKIV BY THE
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Assignee . Sale.
OI IVEJW YORK
It is reported that another crowd
of Japanese laborers Is coming in
from llakalau. They have been
paid over SdUUO for overtime but aru
not sntlstted, and only GO or 70 are
nt work. There have been fourteen
Ihlo, May 15, 1890.
400 Sacks of FEED !
Xa JUe-.i to Salt.
THE MUHDER TRIAL.
The Honokaa Murder trial lasted
into the night of the eighth day.
At 11 :2.r o'clock last night the juiy
brought in a verdict of manslaughter
against thu four defendants Jos.
E. Mills, 2d degree, three dissent
ing; Tlios. Steele, 2nd degree, two
dissenting; Win. C. Blabon, Ud de
gree, one dissenting; William D.
Watson, ad degree, one dissenting.
The jury were out over six hours,
being served with supper imme
diately after retiring. Thi'i U an
improvement on ttie old starving
Fiom conversation with some of
the jurors 1 learn that the difficulty
was all in apportioning degiees,thcre
being no doubt that the Government
had made out its case.
It is believed, as far a3 I can
hear, that the prosecution was mo
derate in its presentation of the
case, and that the verdict is a very
Mr. Neumann Raid in his closing
address that he could not believe
the men intended to kill the Jap,
and ho could not sincerely ask for a
verdict of murder.
The production of Mrs. Mills in
tho very weak defense is felt to have
been a mistake. She denied cate
gorically a great many things, then
next morning voluntarily went 0:1
the stand to make an explanation,
vhich practically killed her whole
?Jr. Hatch gave notice of motion
ior a new trial.
I nave to thank Mr. Daniel Por
ter, Clerk of Court, for the utmost
kindness throughout the trial. Also
would thank Sheriff Hitchcock, De
puty sheriffs Lyraan and Stevens;
Mr. L. Severance, Postmaster, and
Mr. C. L. Crabbe, Collector of Cus
toms, for many courtesies.
Ihe ease of ijuong Man l.ce, ac
cessory to the murder of Yuong Yip
T!ac Honomu murder for which a
Chinaman was executed is to be
carried to Honolulu. The Court
will wind up speedily so as to catch
Hon. I'aul Neumann was sore
nuded at tho house of Hon. J. T.
Baker, the other night, by the
Catholic Mission Band.
The Bijou Co. will pluy Saturday
There will be a grand an ay of
Vdeiit, including the Chief Justice
and Hon. P. Neumann, at the Liter
nry Saturday evening.
"Mr. and Mrs. F. Barto started for
the Volcano about eight o'clock this
morning. At noon party consist
ing of Mcssru. A. W, Peterson,Gco.
C. Beckley, S. B. Boso, J. W. Joiicb,
D. J.ogan, Capt. Hopkins, and per
haps one or two otticrs, will start for
the same destination.
The barkentine Quickstep, Tib
botts master, .sailed yesterday tor
San Francisco with 12,102 bags
sugar. 1,620,000 pounds, value
S7'J,C30.23, from Hilo Sugar Co,
(Wainaku), consigned to J. D.
The barkentine Katie Flickinger,
McKae master, will sail for San
Francisco early to-morrow morning,
with about 14,000 bags, or 850 tons
sugar, from the Waimca Sugar Co.
(Waiakea). "Airs. Thos. McKinley
and child are booked as passen
gers. The weather is beautiful to-day.
Theiu has, however, been much rain
nince last letter.
THE I1ULLUIN WELCOMED.
The Daily and Weekly Bulletin
went off like sinoko whenever open
ed out this morning. Them wa3
somo excitcmont among the llono-
IATEST FHQM IIILO.
Keufrm-ea tu the (lonolirtii Case
Other Mnttt-i'K ui lutctc!.
The steamer Iwalani which left
Hilo Thursday night wa expected
to get to Honolulu Sunday morning.
She only arrived this morning, an
hour or two buforc the Kinau. Our
special Hilo letter and report of the
muiderlrialuptotho rendering of the
verdict wcic in consequence handed
back to the correspondent, while
driving to his home from the Kinau,
by Hon. Jos. Marsden, who was a
passenger by tho Iwalani and had
kindly taken charge of the burgct,
after postsge had been paid on it
at the Hilo Post Oillce.
Sentence was passed on the pri
soners at four o'clock Thiiisilay
afternoon. Mr. I)avidon made an elo
quent ppcech in behalf of mitigation,
and Mr. Hatch also made a few re
marks in the amo line. Mr. Creigh-
ton for the Crown left the whole
matter to the Court, having no re
commendation to offer.
Chief Justice Judd in passing
sentence administered a lecture to
the prisoners. IIu sentenced Mills
and Steele to nine years imprison
ment at hard laiwr, Blabon to fl e
yeurs, and Watson lo foui years.
Milli has a wife but no family.
Watson has a native wife and three
childien at Hilo.
The four sentenced prisoneis for
the Honokaa homicide were brought
to town by the Kinau in charge of
Capt. Hopkins and four policemen.
They were not handcuffed until the
steamer cnteicd tho harbor. Kindly
attentions were shown them by sonic
of their fellow -passengern on the
OTHER COl'KT PROCEEDINGS.
The following cases wcie tried on
Thursday and Friday:
The King vs. Man Chong. Larceny
of a saddle. Verdict "of guilty.
Sentenced to six months' hard labor
and to pay a find of S20. Deputy
Attorney-General Crcighlon for the
Crown ; Neumann for the defendant.
The King vs. Bywater. Peijury.
Verdict zjot guilty. Creighton for
tlie urowu; xNcuninnu lor 111c u
fendant. The King va. Nobriga. Selling
liquor without lieense. Verdict not
guiily. Creighton for tho Crown;
Neumann for the defendant.
John Richmond, chief witness in
the Honokaa homicide case, shipped
at Hilo on the baikentlne Amelia.
The weather had been remaika
bly tine at Hilo for alieut a week
previous to the sailing of the Kinau.
J AS. F. aiOKGAJf,
M0 It Auctioned.
LANDLORD'S GALE OF
Goods & Chattels
2!diruLiit fin- tt.i J.oii-rr.j went
Hv older of Mn. .7OHX F. UACICrXI.T),
AsMguve of Hie Kctaie of Akatia. 1 will
sell at Public Auction, nt my Sales
rooms, on THUK31) AY, May v!2nd. nt
10 o'clock a.m., the whole of the stock of
Belonging to i-alil Estate, con-
Wliltc & Drown Cotton, Pi!nt,
lre"i Goods, Lamps,
touuier Show Oavs, lite , Etc.
XtlttJSAUI) A. 2rci;5L'inV, rt-ritiitcnt.
StJJ For full particulars apply to
I mu Instructed by Jnmra It. Bolt,
Jr., to 11 ut Public Auction
TXfUftSDAY, 3Iny 22nrt,
AT 10 OTilWIt A. 31 .
Of said dav, ut my Siilefii-ooni, on Qtir-n
Mlri-i'f. In t"lm llv'nf IIiiikiIiiIii. tliL' fol
low I111: (luknrilieii (loflils and Clmliels of.
Kook I.urfg, a Lite temint of Mild Jiimrs
Jt Holt, .ir., in sdd city of Honolulu,
dl-tnilned lot nrrcar of n'lit, 11 ml luv
ltigt'inn held thu ftaiu'my leiutli of
time by llaiMld J.iint It. Holt, Jr., v!:
CMness a Japanese Crockery,
And Other Wnip?, Hurlo mid Other
noui', hiittfch and P.Uects of s:ild
Vou'k Linn;, taken from his store In
"Hi It's Uloi'k," NlUtaiiU Slieyt, in 8.1M
Ch of Honolulu.
J AS. F. yJMliiA'S,
J. M. Monairat Attorncv for Landlord
Honolulu. Aiull 2P, 1MM. DUstd
EXCUT0S'S SALE OF
Vk ii,ipiiIoii of (T,-U, nitOU'X- the
Ex-outor t ihe l-t will and testHmoumf
Pliilip Milton deee.i'cd. 1 11m directed
to heil t Public Auction, at my Sales
room in Honolulu,
On SATURDAY, May JMlIi,
at i o'ci-orii sons.
Th" late HoineMf.-ul of the P'lld Philip
Mlltuii, b-liig th.itceiialn jropi'rtyitii
mp on the in.iiil.a itle of King stioet. in
said 1 oii'Mulu. lii'tween the pieini-ei
ot M. llvin.in, Bs(; , ami A!e:. Young.
'I lie above rroporty is planted with
fruit tieei and grape ilui'ii. and has an
m tf.luti well from which theru Is now
tm Income of 81!u'0 jier iinnun. Tit '1;
perfect. Also, nt tho aniu time and
pLiee, and by thu same direction 1 shall
ell that CO t.nti
Fiec-3 of Faresl of Leill !
rituatc at Knlankaliua. IIouo'ulii, ad
joining the preuilsL'S of Unifies Dudnlt.
1 fj und coiiluinlng an urea of D9-100
ncrut. suitable for a tiouu::te.id. Title
Wf Decdi nt the e.speusc of thu pur
chaser. ,TAS. V. MOltGAN,
f,40 id Auctioneer.
Tcjftis can a.
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
Oencral Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
mm uui ra
SEYRHTH ANNUAL MEETING
Hawauan Jnckey Clnls
Mwton, June 11, 1890
oniii.ii. 'itx;tt .ir n::
ALWAYS ON HANI) AN!) TO OBDEB :
Fresh Cakes, Pies, Buns, Rusks, Doughnuts, Picnic Rolls
and Baloon Broad. Jma
THE GOSPEL MEETINGS.
Mr. S. M. Sayford, the Boston
Evangelist, spnko to a large congre
gation in the Central Union Chinch
last evening, taking for his text the
first few verses of "the 3"Jd I'.-alm,
from which ho preached a most for
cible and convincing sermon, argu
ing that all were eiunera by nature,
and without regeneration no one
could enter the kingdom of God.
He spoke with groat earnestness and
eloquence. At the close of his ser
mon quite a large number of brief
testimonies were given, and several
young people titutod that they had
begun the Christian life during the
last few days, and othera rose for
prayers for the Orst time. The
meetings will bo held every night
this week at 7:150. The large cho
rus choir will lead Um singing.
J. L. Biown,
IM'A ts Ccumtsft it 10 0'clMh h.irr.
1st Kjcc ' QUCEN'S I'LVfE." J1QH.
RUNNING RACK. J .Mllu Onsh.
Tiee for all.
Sail i'aca 'TUrifiirf Cf.'.K?.!.." tw.p-
Hawiiiian tired ' year old. Kutiles
ci)3cd .Inn' 1, 1&'J0.
UlJ rt?c2 "KING'S PLATF.." S75.
TROTTING RACK. Ilawallin bred
hor-es, hist 2 In 3, to harnes.
4lh Hacs-'-'iVAIKAPU CHVLLEf.'CE CUP."
J CO (loiirt.
RUNNING RACH. h Mill DMi.
1'ieo for all. Winner lo beat the
leooid of llaueoi-l;, 1 :iCi.
fitli Race "KAWAIIAH 0r.II3Y." SwCtp
stakes SoO v.'.h Joekoy Club Cup
RUNNING RAPR. 1 Mllu Dnh.
ilaunil.iii hied ItycuroltU. IlntilvR
closed Juno 1, IB'JO.
Uuttcr Crscker .
leliii! .nil Baioon ltti, Jiiblm, Glipr Um, Coirsa Csidis, Blc, Elc.
23" And will be DELIVERED FREE of CHARGE to any part of tho city. '
Coffee, Tea, Chocolate & Mill:, '
Boused l'ig'ii Foct, Cohl Ham,
Spiced Tongue, Spiced Rcf, Saladi, Elo.
FINE HAVANA, MANILLA AMERICAN CI6ARS !
A LARGE- APSOIITMKNT Or
IMpo & Cigarette Tobacco, Pipes Cisur & Cigarette Iloldor. Colli Di-ijik, Etc
Katiirday night, njion all night
fiX5 Open from X:'M .v M. until O.-IJO r. m
ilutual Tcltpbone i-'-il. J'o-t Olrice Rox 173.
Hill Telephone SR2.
fW3 p g si g si-a M
si U&iilti' Is IP If ii km
r AXUFA CT LJTtBKS OF
n la d B til (1
.5; n m
Sole Proprietors of BAILEY'S SAESAPAEILLA & IRON WATIE,
Giinr Me, Hod Mb, Gnuuliii, U$mU UmwWli Mineral Waters. Etc.
Clli Rase "WMAIANtLO PUTE."
Sutnrday Evoningr, Slay 21.
Wy fi Dramatic Co.
On whit,!) occasion will be pro
duuud "Blaok-eyed Susan"
"The ?ough Diamond"
TROTTING RACE. 3 minute.
cl.is. lJet :t In S. Kicq for alltv
barnes3. I'Jate to bcoomc piopeity
o oin; winning It twine.
7lii fiocc "LUKAMAKARINANA PLATE "
RUXXINO RACE. i Mile Heats
Rest 2 in 3. Hawaiian lned.
0th I!jC'-"R0S;TA CIIAlLSf.QE CUP."
RUX.NMXG T..CV.. Mile D.h
Eieu tor n 1. Wliiiiei to bent tlie
u-conl 01 "Anio A ," l:lTii.
9lli Racft ' SAPIOUM PAHK PLATE,"
TRO'ITIXG RACE. Trie for all.
Best 2 In 8, to hnmesi.
tsr All conimunlcations and ordt'ra ehould bo athhcssi-tl (o
BENSON, SMITH & CO.,
1 0!h IU:e "ViCC- PntSIDEM'S
1'ieu for ail.
W, Mile Dash.
FIGURED INDIA SILKS I
THE LARGEST and M03T COMPLETE STOCK OF
FANCY FIGURED INDIA SILKS !
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Servlecs at St. Andrew's Cathe
dral, at 7:00.
Oahu Jotlgo No. 1, K. of P., at
Mystic Lodge No. 2, JC. of P., at
Drill Co. C, Honolulu Rilles,
Special Services at Ccntrnl Union
Church, at 7:0.
Mikado rehearsal at Opera Hoine
W Ilos p'an at .1. E. Brown'?. Pnr
quctte and Diess Cliclc 1; IJalenny
TSu.; Oullery 6Uu. .'-Oil it
NOTICE ol SALE.
TR. ROBERT BARNTIELD will
It i hold a piivate. ?nlo. nt his studio,
Ppieekel'ti liloek, duihi the nfiernonns
ot S.ituidny and Monday next. When
he will offer a seluo-tioii' of loeal views
In I) -ill oils and uatmcolou, at very
inueli reduced iut'.-s for caMi. fi'.O til
:"0 KENT or LEASE
is., or i.
Xjf YSTIC Lodge Xo. i.', K. of P.. will
11 eiinfer the Ainplill. d Thiul Rank
'J'HI.S cWeilncdiiy) hVKXINO, May
'21. 1H00, at T:30 o'clock sharp, at C.nUle
Hull. KIHR ticet. All quallllud uie In
vlud. Per older.
(ii:o. C. bTKATKMKVr.il,
CC0 it K. of R. a d.
A SPECIAL meeting of the fitetnlt.
( ue Club will be held 011
TIIURbDvY KVEXIXO, Ihu 82url
iut., at 7:30 o'clock, at their tempoiaiy
(pnirteis at tho Caineia Club. A full
attcud.tuca Is requested. 000 It
fPHE. BEST PPER to HUberlbn
X. for J-i tlm "Dully Bulktln." W
cents por innutU.
f. t r",HAT dcMrnblo Premises
it$?qi 1 on Fnit blreet, in ihe
iffiS3w "Mefiifrny Block.'' rceeutly
occupied by .1. X. s. Vlllluui!i, ault.iblu
for nllU'u nr ftoie. I'm- InfonimtliHi
apply to oillca Culon Iron Woiks, Es
planade, or to
fij'.i lm .1- X. S. WII LIAMSS.
tllli Raee-"QCEAIim STEAMSHIP CO.'iJ
XOVKLTY RACE. 1 Mile Dash.
H.iwsilliin brud. 1st, 2nd and llrd
Q11111 tor, Si" each; Lint Qu.uter,
tou anu l up auueu.
1 2th n:co-"HI5 MAJESTY'S CUP'" $100
RUXXIN'O RACC. Mils DaMi.
t3.li Raca-POCT MATCH.
TROTTIN'O and PACING. QiO
Each, l'lec for all. To be driven
hv uiemhura . the llawull.in Joc
Kill naco-"KAME!IAMEHA PLATE." $125
RUNNING RACE. U Mile Dash,
J 5lh Use? "PONY RACE." 57G islth Mac
Inn Siddlo Iron ll:n. II. A. Wide
RUNNING RACE. Tor nil P.inirs
11 hiiiids and under. Hawalliiu bied.
fi.'li 1 IV
nil), ut WuiMki, Oil
h iicir the bridge.
ANTON E VOfTKL,
At L. 11. K'errV.
1 PREMISES Mtintcd nt
Knpabiuia, at prcseiu
occupleil by Mr. Giuuev.
Poseslon Kiven on .June 1. 1SP0.
517 2w .IOIIN V. COI.BURX.
HARTaco.) T7-ANDIES of all kinds
jla. iie-u cveiy nay 111
05 S lw
All enlrlcR to close at 12 o'clock noon,
on Wedntsd'iy. .limn I, lfi'JO, at the
olllcn of the Secietaiy, and all rntriiuce
feet to bo 10 per cent, unleis otherwise
Alliaeeito be run or trotted under
the Hilo- of the Hawnllan .loekey club.
All hiir-i". aie e.spceled to start unices
drawn by 12 o'clock noon, on. Junu 10,
All hortcsnie expected to appear on
tho track at tho tap of tlie bell fiom tho
Judge's Stand, otherwibo will be lined.
Admission ,"0 cts
To Giand .Stand, pxtia..!iu cts H
Cm 1 l-igco, inside of emu so. . . .82.no
Quarter Stietch Badges S.'i.OO
C. O. BEKGElt,
Sectctary 11. J. C.
CAPTAIN Geo. Outhile, of tho ship
"Bonowdile," will not bo icspon
eiblo for any debts contracted by bin
crow during the el'j itay In this
port. ami at
I am iiutnictcd by I)it. TRDL'SbEAE
to sell al Public Auction,
On "WEDNESDAY, May 8,
AT J a O'CLOCK xo:v,
(Unless previously disposed of at pvl
v.itc alo) tho followliiir Viiluablo P10-
pciry, (the only reason' for scliltig Is tho
want 01 tin e to urn tho U -nU),
1 30-it Naniha Luiisli 'Jane'
With Mast, P-iils. Anchor. Chain-',
Kit: . Etc., f-plr-ndldly llrtcd out and
lendy tor uti
2,r.O Gallon? of .Vnptlia for Fuel.
1 21-f'iot Naptba Launch, open boat,
will) Awning and (i-s;
1 Man-of-U'ar Ol, with Ojih, Mast and
iS.ill; a vciy prettybo.il;
1 rintfimnnnn " t Hininnnn U
I Uliliiliimilil MMim
Probably tho Fa?tt Poll Boutin
the haibor, Cutter Rigged;
1 Bamofjat Snenkbos, wlih Masts and
Sail, and Folding Centur-bourd,
llnl-hed in Fancy W001U;
1 22-foot Life. limit with Copper Tanks,
1 Canvas Folding Boat
1 EiirIUIi foracle,
1 Coppered Pcow.
Sails. Spars, Blocks and Fittings of all
1 Foot Laiho t!c Tooli for Wood, Iron
1 s-lloie Power Slilpmau Engine, icady
to put In a bout with piopcllu'r
Buoys, Anchors t Moorlnijs; also, the
BOATHOUSE and FURNITURE,
Of the best description.
The nroslmlty of tho now inniknt
mnkes thl.s boat housu u cry Valuable
Piopirty, there Is eveiy convcnlencp to
stoivawavaiid lift light and heavy boats,
and Is sultablu for a bo-it or yacht club,
pilot hoii"o or life saving station.
.Ground lent is 80 per uiuiiim, from
Mcbis. Lylc i; Sorrensnn.
Oay'Tlio Bouts am ready for trial at
any time by applying at ilii) bo-it house,
and every Boat is In perfect oidcr.
Ohas. J. FJSHSL?S,
Ltading Millinery House, Corner Fort t Hotel ets.
fi0 No. '2 P.ilterns like. FiiBhionalilo Drorfirnauing upsl.iira jj?3f
... . . . .. ... .
Without 11 Klvnl in Prion & Qualify !
OnG-thitd tho Prioa of tho Boyal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It I
0" A Si'ving of .13 Per Cent in Cost and Quality tho Veiy Boat. Jg3
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
HENRY DAVBS & CO.,
Exclusive Agontu for tho Hawaiian Islands.
rsras 3as ;
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
6'2 til Auctioneer.
NOTICE of INTENTION f
The undersigned calls the attention of tho homesocklnrr and purchas
ing puhlic to bin plaeo on A'uuanu Avonue, known as tho "Magnln Place,"
whioh he intends to noil at a Very Low Figure with all the improvements
thereon, to wit:
A 7-room 2-story Dwelling House I
With Bathroom, Kitchen, Water & Clothes Cloaets attached, a 4-Rooni
Outbuilding, a Stadia for two horie, Carriages & Feed Shod, Chielteu
house & Kxtunsivn Chlckcnyard, Walurplprs all over the ground1! Tho
2.7 Acres of the Finest Garden Land !
And is planted almost entirely in Grapevines (fi,000 pieces), l'eachos,
Apricota, Plums, Figs and other Choice Fruit, all of which aro growing
reinuikably well in tho cool valley air. Chinese Tea now thrives on tho
land. An abundance of Roses of the choleost kinds and a variety of other
Flowers adorn the place the year around. Theio is no bettor Property
than this in tho maiket considering tho
CLIMATIC ADVANTAGES aud LOW PRICE J
The only reason of sale is, that I am going to lcavo the Islands to return
to the Coast. Thu eventual purchaser of the place can, if he wants to,
Household Furniture, Range & Kitchen Utensils, Garden Tools,
Hotsw & Wngoaa, Hmbmscb, Eto., Etc., at & Very Heawnsblo P.-kon I
USX For terms of sale nud all particulars apply at tho promises,
S34 lw ' p. E. KEFFEL.