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First Animal Cash Clearance Sale I
Commencing Monday, Aug. IBlli, for Two Weeks only.
Great Reduction in all Departments to makeroom for Goods to arrive
Oalieow, 22 yards (in 1. Muck Cnahmeiee ind Miriu.ja. "U.V
, ,n , ,,, . , ., y.vrd and upw&rdb.
On.Bh.iin, 10 mid U yaids fui 1 Colored Wool Di-H.W.a. 10c jW
Snlteus 7 yunU fm $1. nnd upward
Table Linen, Napkins, TiiivoIm, SUei'tinM, Div.. K(c.
L.ulics'iL Children's Hosiery Hand
kou'hicft. Enibioideries Gloves, Mitt. Rib-lions,
B. F. EHLEKS & CO.
1 FORT SXJR-EIICX.
HAVE 1VBV KKCKIVKD A VERY LAKQK A890BX.UKNT Ql
Dressed & Undressed Kid Gloves
CURTAINS IN LACE,' SCIM, MADRAS & ANTIOOE
In Groat Vtirielv. Now
H0 Our DfcrMimking Depaitnient under
CLAKIC will bo. to-opened about May 12tb.
llL 1 L 1 . ' ' X-'l'" ' LU.-J'lgl 1 I
We Desire to Gall
For Lubiicaliug the Valves and
A RrnmTrnrn J
fe & W ZZPfatS. P
A'ALVOLINE ia an earth oil Hpecially prepared undo: thd highest steam
beat and fiotn which all volatile and earthy mattor has been ezpelled by a
prooebs which loaves a pure and heavy oil, which prevents the eating away
i bolts and keeps the cylinder and piston packing perfectly clean. Tim
.i8 the fiiht Mineral Oil introduced foi steam cylinders and ban beu in con
stant u-e over eighteen yourH.
jtF"'e alao in.inufji'tuie Sujieiior Machine and Spindle Oil for all
i'I.ism'h of ni.u binery.
Ieonurd Ac 33111,,
HONOLULU IRON WORKS CO., Sole Agents. 601 3m
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
MB Sheet Iron
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Guilders' and General Hardware, Agricnltural Implements,
Cuipoiili'iH, IllnoLtiinithH', MttnhiiilnU it )limilu.r' Tixtlft,
JJOUSE F0RNISHJNG GOODS!
Kltolnui Utiwihllii, J'nliilti, Olio, Vn J liluhtti, Lump (IfuxU mill
liUke'B Jileiim romps, Weston's Ceutrlfu.alK,
Wljcoi b um, a PmuJuijtoD Sewing UactilnaB,
t)r Jayne ft Boos My Mlolm,
Laces, Ladies' Chemise, tikirts,
in Black Lace
1 1 -li II J.JI.1H1.U-.U
Your Attention To
Cylinders oi' Steam EugineB.
and Tin Ware
JM-LLIM1JJJ,II MJ, II
DAILX JBtTLiLETIH :
Tiiuusdat, Sept. 11.
The Hoii90 ut 1 :5f resumed con
sideration of the Paradise of the Pa
Rep. Brown was not in favor of
the bill. The proprietor appeared
before the comtultteo, nnd .aid 8S0O
per month would pay for 20,000
copie3, otherwise the paper wns sup
porting itself. If tlie Government
paid Hits money, tin receipts of the
paper would bo turned into pioflts.
The Government ought not to subsi
dize any paper, no matter what its
object may be. He therefore could
not vote for the bill.
Noble J. M. Horner endeavored
to square his actions according to
the needs of the couutiy, but he
could not see tlie use of thin bill.
The country was not opened up yet,
so that anything tould be done v with
the bill after they did get here.
Theru were thousands of acres of
good land, but they could not
bo reached. After a few years
spent In developing the country, it
would be time enough to advertise.
If tlce travelers came here,whatcould
we show them? Punchbowl. That 13
of onn the wonders done bj the late
Minister. Let us open up roads,
and then send for settlers., lie
should give his influence against this
bill, but could not vote as he had
paired off with his neighbor.
Rep. Lucas was surpiiscd to hear
the hon. Noble talk about inability
to get money for certain roads. How
could thej' get money to build roads if
people were not encouraged to come
here. Since the road up Punchbowl
was built there was not a visitor to
the islands who had not gone to the
top. Mention had been made about
the salaries to editors and sub-editors,
but those now conducting the
paper woud sell out to the Govern
ment for one dollar. There was n
little book published he forgot the
name (Voices "Third Warning
Voice"). It was the Tourists
Guide, printed by the Hawaiian Ga
zette Co., and it would bring peo
ple here by shiploads (laughter).
He had helped the Paradise of the
Pacific some, and was repaid indi
rectly, as everyone else, by the in
creased circulation of money by
tourists. If the amount was too
large, reduce it; let it bo only 85,
if it would show that the Legislature
was willing to help.
Rep. Cummiugs supported the
bill, but moved to inscit 300 in
stead of 500 a month.
Rep. Kauhi was speaking in na
tive, when he broke out in English,
pointing toward a previous speaker,
"The steamer ran to the
Volcano 1" (Loud laughter.) He
said he doubted whether the paper
was required to tell people where
the Sandwich Islands ere.
Noble "Wideraann said the world
was large, and these islauds were
comparatively unknown In boiuo
countries. He was here twice many
years ago, the second time in 1815,
and when he returned home he found
a man in the very heart of German'
who could tell him all about the
Sandwich Islands. The great ob
stacle people found to coming here
was the ea voyage. California had
communication nith a whole conti
nent by railways. He did not be
lieve that paper would induce ten
persons a year to come to this coun
try, and he was not prepared to sup
port tho alternative of the Govern
ment's undertaking all the expenses
of its publication.
Noble Cornwell could not con
gcientiously' support the bill in its
present shape, yet he could not
agree wLth'the hon. Noble from
Honolulu? That man in the heart
of Germbny who knew all about
these islands was only one in a
thousand. There was great benefit
to be expected from properly adver
tising the islands, and he would Blip
port an item for that purpose, to bu
expended at the discretion of the
Minister of the Interior. He was
going to move (he previous question
but he BawUhat other members
wanted to apeak.
Rep. White spoke without inter
pretation, but read in English, from
a foreign, paper just arrived, the
news that the U. S. S. Charleston
was returning to Honolulu on ac
count of rumors of an impending
The billVfts indefinitely postpon
Second reading of bill to prohibit
barbed wire fences,
Rep. Brown moved that tho first
Noble Widemann moved to amend
by substituting "along" for "upon"
before "highways," and striking
out the words' "of a like nature."
Noble Marsden thought that tho
bill would entail hardship in its pre
sent form. It should designate
what highways were not to hnvo
barbed wire fences along them.
There wore miles and miles Of high
Way lined by bnrliud fuuuca, am) If
these were removed enttlo might
destroy thousands of dollars' woith
of crops In a single night,,
Rep, Nawalil, the intioducer, dc
fended the bill.
Minister Brown proposed un
amendment limiting thu prohibition
to toyvns and villages, ulioo
grounds, and Government roads,
Noblo Marsden did not agreo to
thu amendment Titers wore grP&t
lengths of Government roue, whurc
there y vwry llUle lrvl "d ll
Willy to BuuUlont, whluh wvt lluvd
Wty the? fyuues, ut) H til"
HONUHiUbO, H. JL, SIDFTHMBER Ifl. UB5J0.
only kind of fuco that ncalu Tcetp
out KOtne cattle.
lvop. Brown proposed a Mmilnr
imieudinent, but leading "inch Gov
ernment highways m the Millili
ter of Interior ni'iy desiginto."
Tho amendment to the amend
ment was acuep'ed nud passed.
Noblo Widemann nud Rep. Brown
proposed an amendment to tho sec
ond section, confoiining it lo the
llrst, and it passed as amended.
Noble ilorsdeu moved to strike
imprisonment out of the penalty, in
the third section, leaving it a fine of
not more than twenty dollars. Car
ried, and the section priced as
Noblo Midler moved to amend
the fourth section, ?o as to bring
the Act into effect three months
after, instead of from und nfter the
date of approval.
Noble Marsden moved six months,
Noble J. M. Horner moved the
bill he indefinitely postponed. Lost.
The bill passed, to be read a third
Second reading of bill to estab
lish a distintt bureau of education
for educating Hawaiian youths in
Minister Brown moved it be read
by title and referred to the educa
tion committee. Carried.
Second reading of bill to provide
a subsidy to the Oceanic Steamship
Rep. Brown said the bill provided
81500 for each louml trip, and, if
the company put on two trips a
month the subsidy would have to
be paid for both, as this bill would
have the force of a contract, lie
would move that the subsidy be
$1000 a round trip, which would
amount to the item in the Appropri
ation Bill, $48,000 for the peiiod, if
the company should draw for two
round trips a month.
Minister Brown thought some
members misapprehended tlie sub
ject. The company had been get
ting two thousand a month nil along,
of which 81500 was supposed to be
for the steamer Australia and $500
for tlie through mail steamers.
Rep. Brown withdrew his previous
amendment and offered one provid
ing that the company should make
no claim beyond the 818,000 appro
priated. Afterward, on being in
formed that the bill was perpetual,
he said he would move its indefinite
Noble Baldwin advocated passing
the bill with the amendment propos
ed by the select commitee. The
company found the carrying of ba
nanas less profitable (htui that of
sugur by two dollars a ton. It was
a great advantage to banana raisers
to have the facilities of reaching
market in good condition furnished
by these steamers.
Rep. Paehaole supported the bill
as proposed to be amended by the
Rep. Rickard supported the mo
tion lo indefinitely postpone the bill.
Since the House had nppropiiuted
the 848,000, the expenditure should
be loft in the hands of the Minister
of Finance. To confine tho subsidy
to one company might conflict with
tlie rights of other3.
Noblo Horner thought the propo
sition to leave the item entirely in
the hands of the Government smack
ed of true business. He did not see
the necessity of tying thp hands of
the Government by confining the
subsidy to this company. If the
United Slates shipping bill became
law, these steamers might get one
half their payment for carrying the
mails from that quarter, and this
country might then save half of this
Noble Widemann said these steam
ers were as good, if not quite as
large, as the best on any waters in
the world. These steamers had
done good service for us, nnd were
entitled to our preference. Pioba
bly in time there would be steam
ers from Canada, and it would be
seen1 what they could do for us. But
we, knew nbnl the Oceanic steamers
had done for us. When tho' began
running there was not a banana ex
ported, whereas now thousands of
bunches were sent on every steamer.
The subsidy was all spent, anyway,
in labor on our wharves.
Rep. Brown remarked on the un
fortunate circumstance of members
not having the bill before them. He
had another amendment to propose.
Noble Macfarlane reminded the
hon. member that tho law limited
the expenditure now.
Rep. Brown knew that, nnd he
proposed to put tho same limit in
this bill. Corporations had no
souls, and, however well disposed
tho agents might be, the stockhold
ers in San Francisco could put on
two steamers a month and enforce
the collection of tlie subsidy for
Noble Cornwell believed In tho
principle of praising tho bridge that
carries you over. If this bill wa9
found unsatisfactory It could be re
pealed next session. He would
movo that the bill puss as It rend,
Noblu Baldwin propoied on am
endment confining payments of nub
sidy within the tiniQiint appropriated
cnuh session of the Legislature,
Noblo Widemann considered tio
Ilonso wiw nt son, on account of not
having the hill printed,
Rep, Paehaole thought Uiero was
no necessity of having tho bill print
ed, us t was almost an exact copy
of tho pd law,
Hup, Rosa did not think tho hill
need bit printed, Ju eoiiQurit'd nltli
Jsoble Wldemonn'i qeiuimenV that a
qrvunt, that did done good service
vliould bo eiiootiingert, Tjia coi
puny wm Fdy lo mj k 'engagf ,
taenia to hring tu strnmrr In rctly In
the morning, as will cs mukti rea
sonable terms with logard ..I bana
na". The amendment of the hnn.
Noble from M.iui courui tin- objec
tions ngnlust thu bill.
Noble Buuhnrdt said two steam
ers might bo put on lor eight
months, absorbing all tho subsidy,
and then n very poor neiviuo be
given the rest of' the peiiod. The
House surely did nut want to pass u
meusure that would pioduce an in
Rep. Whit moTcd the previous
question, which carried.
The bill was deferred, and refer
red to the printing committee.
The House adjourned nt-1 o'clock.
THE CUAHO TRADE.
The guano tiade from a tiumbar
of i-luuds in thu Central Pacific to
these colonies and to Europe has at
tained large dimensions, Mid many
thousands of tons' of guano are ex
ported annually fiom Howlaud Isl
and, Maiden Island and various
coml islets in the Phcuuiv Gioup,
besides other localities in the vicin
ity of the Line. Within the past
five months one guano firm nloue,
that of J. T. Aiundel & Co., of
London, have despatched live ves
sels from Auckland tor Howlaud
Island to load guano for colonial
polls, and this isluud is perhaps the
richest gunno depot in the Pacific.
Slnarbuck Island, another guano
station, which will be icuii'inbeii-d
ns the scone of the sensational Gars
ton wreck Inst year, is to be worked
again shortly alter having been tem
poral lb abandoned for some yc.trs.
Tho last vessel dispatched by
Arundel and Co. for Howlaud Island
for guano, tho barque Notero, left
this port this morning. Sydney
Union Ice Company
AT an adjournril annual meeting of
the stockholders ui the Union ice
Coinp-iny held Friday. cpt. 5 1890. the
foil whig olllcers woie o.cctul fur the
President Dr. .T. S. McQicw,
Vice-President h. M D.imon,
Manager L. O. Abies,
& J. H. Fisher,
Auditor H. M. Whituev, Jr.
DiiibCTOisa Dr. J. S. McGiew, S. M.
Diimiin, L. C. Abies. J. U. Fli-her. H.
M. Whituev, .lr., F. M. Uuieh. .1. 11.
Paty. J. H. FISHER,
Honolulu, Sept. S, 16110. 054 2w
Pais I tapiis
PATENT IDEAL EOOFIM,
And SUEATMiiG PAPERS.
PA11AFFINE PAINT CO.,
Wm. G, IRWIN & COMPANY,
Solo Ageuts for the Hawaiian Island?.
No. 2 P. & B. Pd'nt is especially adapt
ed for bridge work (wood or hon) nnd
Rinokestacks, and has hi-en used for
these purposes at Piumbau for the past
four ycuu, giving great satisfaction.
No. 3 P. & B. Paint for fence posts or
for any wood or timbei ued under
giouiid or Hubineiged, being a pioteo
tlou against all nmiiue p.u.iMti-s oi
water, also for foundation tlinucis
(deal Roof Paint. Coloi: Red. Di own
and Black Is tho b st in thumikat
for lion, tin or shingle toofs.
P & B, FIclrical Comoiund. Tlila" ar
ticle for affording iieifent In-uLumn is
wlibnut un equal and linn obttilued re
cognition by tin- l.ugest eli-ctiie light
coiup.inlcs and mumifactuier oi insu
Idea" Roofllng & SIdl(. Colors : Brown
or Black. Adapted for sleep or flat
roofs. Cm bo laid by anyone without
JtST" All the above niiicloH are abso
lutely tasteless and odorless und con
tain no coul tur.
tmr Forcliculara or other Informa
tion apply to the Agents. 01 1 tf
E. B. THOMAS,
Estimate aivon on Brick,
KKIil'fl I'OU BAI.K
Brick, LImo, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, AViiel.ath,
California North Beach A Santa Cruz
Qniirry Tllea 0x0 red, white ml bhioj
Mlntou, Phistlu ami Hnuum-thi 'I Ua In
vnrlous puttiiriii. ull lilmls of Puilim-jo
tST Oi'kjok Southeast cm nor Aln
Kutt mid Queuu miaou,
Mutual -tjajTELEPHONESnayBiill 3G
mh 1-1)0. v
NOTIOI5 to JIOKBIWrflN I
rrito Ccldhiati'd Ki,n,
I iiliigrtiiillhui irtin
in niioiiii'i w biniii
i . . '
pply M fiiw hij,
I ffl. &. 1111 1 c
Win. 0. Ii win . 1'ictdoiit & Manager
Chins prr-i-ki-li Ici'-Picslduiil
Walter Nl Olffaul
Thv. (1 Poitcr Auditor
AOHNTS OI' 11IR
OiMiC SliKl Gust,
Or sun I'l-iUK-isi-iii Oil.
tSrlVm. G. Ivwtn & Co., (L'a)bave
n?iiiiioiI the iis'fl'i ami lliiblilliei of thu
lutclliin of AN in. G. Ii win A: Co., and
will continue lhu kuwmuI business
foinieilv cairlodim bv Unit liou-e.
TS hcre'iy given to all
persons that, at
ban holders Of
a. a lnei-tiiiK ol the
NVm. G. lrrii A Co . rL't. heltl ou
theSlsiduynf July. lbHO. It wusn'i-IcU
to accept i lie Chin tur of Ineoni raliou
dated July 21, I&ho. and ginnti-d to
them and th, ir:ist)clites mil succenr8
under the eoriior.Uu n iuic anil style uf
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Limit d.
Ami that the Corpniaiion under said
Clinter was duly oigmilzvtl,atiil elettid
the liil on liiir niiuicd uillicrs, viz:
Pineldcnl it Manager
William G. Iiwln,
Vii-e-Pii-sUU-nt .. Clan-. Sprccki Is,
fei'Oieliuv A Ticiisuier
NV At G ffard,
Xotice lb itln glum that, pursuant to
tlia terms of :ild dinner, uo stock
holder shall brt Individually liable for
the debts of the. Cm notation, bejond
the amount which shall bu due upon
the sh'ire or sh.ii-s owueJ or held by
himself. NV. M. GIFKAKD.
seeietaiv Win. n.irvvliiit Co ,L'd.
IS hereby given to all persons that at
it meeting of the slmieholdets of
Pjauhiiu PirtUMtlon i o., (L'd), held ou
the 1st day of ugust, Ab'J . it was votod
to accept the Ch.ii tor oi Incorporation
diiii-d Jny ii, 1800, and grunted to ttietn
nud tln-ir ns-siclntei nnd Plieceubois
under the coipou.tion name uud style ot
Paauhuu Plantation Co., Limited.
And that ihe Coipoiatinu under snid
huilei- was dn y oig.ti izt-d and elected
the following named ofilieis, viz.:
President AVm. G. Iiwin,
Viee-Pn sident. . . . Claus Sprcokds,
Seci eUry & Treiibiuer
Notice Is also given that, pursuant to
the minis of said i huiU-t, no stock
holder shall be Individually liable for
thedebu of the l oipur.itlon, beyond
the amount which shuli be due upon the
shine or bh.ues owned or held hv him
self. AV. M. GIFKAltD,
Secretary I'niiuhim Plantation Co.
The nudersintd huvitiK been uppointe-i
sole agents lor thu lUwuiiim
For tho Celebrated
Baldwin :- Locomotives
From tho works of
Burnham, Parry, Williams fi Co.,
Are now prep ired to give eMiraatcs nud
a-ceive orotis lor theto enKJiies, of uu
hIeo und sty le.
The Baldwin I.ocoMorivn AVowis arc
now inuniihiciuriiiu' u tyo f Locmno
tivc particularly adapted
For Plantation Purposes,
A number of winch have recent Iv lier ii
ri-colvcil nt ilieae IslamU, and ivo will
have pleiuuic In lurultiliin plantation
iineutH and nianageni with particular
Tho superiority of llituo LocnmoUvfH
over nil ot liur makes Ib not onlv known
here but is -icknowlt-tlgtd tbrouehout
tho Uniti.il StftH'M.
Wm. G. IltWIN&Oo.,
Sole Agents for Hawaiian IhlnntU
A Cure for Influenza 1
II. lOZIEH'S HAWAIIAN CHERRY COR.
0IAL, onn of tho bent leineilles
uyer prepaiod for coukIih, ahilimn, Inner
and chefct tioubln, nnd a grunt u-Ilef to
whooping cough and ilnoar iiffecilon.
Ask for uc LoziurS llawniiai Cherry Cor
dial cold at
HOLLMTElt & GO'S.,
.Anil Hi:.NON, SMITH & GOVS.
1 find jour "Phony ('oiillal" thu host
medicine wo hnvo ever iiEetl for coughs,
colds mill luiijt tiniiblu All of our Ka
111 un, I'oinurui'se, (hiiicsiind.Tumiii'n
will nto no oihor J ueo tiuihlni,' eu In
my ow ii family, Youi Ii uly,
Mamigd' Kolmlii Miigur Co,
AN'n have sold n hugu quantity of your
"Chi'iiy (JoiiIIhI" at otic pliiiiittilnn
Bloin. biilli at Kctillu nnil h'linaa, tuul
eun ahemfnlly lULOiuiiiuml H fochion.
... u,iy '" OIIUllhi
001 If Tionuri'i' MnUu Sygui i?o,
TOllUJWOOn Hf .wile Bi QtmlU).
OcuaniB st&BBShiii Ocij'f,
Froi-i Sun Fr:inciioo.
Leavo Dun ut
f. K. Honolulu
lnmwlft Sept 20. . ...Sept 27
Mmipoi. Oct 18 Oct 2fi
.i-iilittnhn :.'. lfi iN'ns gi
Aluuiedii Due 1U Dec 20
For 8an Franoiaoo.
.Nov 2 .
. Dec iM.
.. Oct 18
. . Nov lfi
, . . Jan 10
Aluuiedii. . .
Intermediate S. S. Australia.
Leave S. F.
Friday . . Sept 12
Friday. ..Oct 10
Friday. ..Nov 7
Fiiday. ..Deo 0
Friduy . . Sept 20
Friday.. .Oct 2-t
Friday.. . Nov ill
Friday. ..Deo 18
iiislraligD Mail mmct
FK SAN PltASUlKCW.
Vhe now and fine Al steel stcnmiliip
"f theDceiinieWlcaiii lilpn.mpiuiy. i
he duu ui Honolulu from Sjilnei
ami Auokltiiicl on r uboul
Sept. 20, 1890.
Ami will luave foi tho above port with
malls aud pabacngurs ou or about thu'
?r frohjl" oi pisxaui-, ImvniK tU
PJB1UOR ACCOM M(. DATlONS.ap, lj
W2L G. IltWIK & CO.. Ajrenu.
For Sydney and Auckland.
The new and duo Al sieul atenn)hir
Of the Oceanic Siunnship Comp-my, will
be iIul at Homiliiiu trom Sun
Krannwo on o iihoul
Stpt. 27, 1890.
vmi will ii.iv. piuiiipt di patch wltfi
alt. and pHNSengi is turiiiuutuivt ports,
b'or UeiKln ..r nvv;m liavini SU
UK1 OK ACCi -MMODAl IONb, applj
'7 Wig. G. IEVIM & CO.. A,?entb
SST'Our Xew Artotype Illustrated
Catalogue sent free on application.
IIS SCTTEK HT,
na FrunclNPo. : s C'atlroiiilii.
No, 38 Knnann Bt. P. 0. Box 207.
Boot and Shoe Store,
Ilavlng hud 10 yeura expertenco in
the bii3iue8, I am prepared to raonu
fuetuio to order fashionable hm,d-enwedLadit-8'
A Gentlemen's Boots &
Shoi-u. Also. Fi until & Amcrlcuu Boota
& Shoos leceived by evt-ry wteamer.
Prices reasonable. 1 Bolieit your pnl-''Ke-
A NATURAL Mineral AA'ater. For
sale only by
hole Aent & Importer for tho Ha
vvallaii lalaiuU. 023tl
pHKNN' Motley'; & Co.'s Ivfinhoo
KJ Nutiirul Leuf Tobacco, ponltlvelv
tho finest chow lug tnlmcco innde. For
suln by IIOLLIMT KU fc CO.
GOO KIM c& CO.,
No, fiD Nuiianu St., Honolulu,
Ami dealci In ull kinds of
OauHlmri-eit unit I-'iii-hIhIiIiii: NuiiiIh
Abo, a full Jtook of Dry and Pnnoy
Ooodb Onnd lit KUftian I t-cd. D17 jiiii
OlIAACUS oi' IfJCRlDENOliJ.
(las miinveij r, ,m Fort '.net to .
leio ,sn., Pttlcm,
Omoitllouim I) a. ti to lUn,iud
v m mop m.
Muliisl flOH'TxitTCtrtf'IIONCfiifiyrell 47B
-till If ' '
rowoll'H nilffmiffO JXM'(HH
!' op "SViitfoiii
.,1,F,,i1,i!"1 mYvl?.ft ppMililUy i!iw
IfUk'U du llveifld nil h inoiniilnABi iiiiil
5 xff'ftjy i-1