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TUESDAY, M21T. 2.'), 18D0.
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tukc KiTci-t AtiaiiKt DO. 1800.
.... 8 sir. 1:15 fi :H0 J
.... :40 l!:ft 0:31?
0:10 10:51 JSsol ....
0:11 ll;u& 1:S5 ....
Satin days ami Mondays only.
? Sntuidais only.
Stmr tlnwait from Ilnmnkua
id S blnu from llonokoiur
Stinr W U Hull for Hawaii unci Mnnl (it
10 a in
Stun1 Llkellkc for Mnnl nt 5 p m
Stmr Mlkahala lor itaiial at 0 p m
Stmr Kaalu for Kauai at u p in
eehr Kaulllua for Kuu.ii
Rktno Kllkltat, D It Cnllur, for Poit
For Mnnl ami Hawaii, per stinr W G
Hull, btptftS airs lliirriM, Mm Wilcox,
Miss Ilalsteid, Helen Ferelra, J Fer
teira, MissDushu, Mis J Q Williams,
Mis Fuller, Mrs Wills, Mr Fuller, Mr
MoD.ide, .Miss i huk, .Mrs J 11 Walpul
laul, Mi-McYUIlituns, O Toklo and 00
The stcimcT Kinnu is due to-morrow
morning fiom lluwuii and Mam.
The btirkeuiiiit! Kllkltat, Captain D K
Culler, mailed to-day for l'ort Tow n?end
i iih 18 eases personal effects shipped
oy jiessis castle & Uookc.
'llio dopartuie of Hie baikentinc
Planter has been postponed till Thurs
day. The bark Martha Davis is taking in
ballast, bhe will piobably sail early
next week for Plnllipine islau s.
The steamship . aiiposatook for fau
Fianciseo Sept 20, the following ship
ments": W G Invin & Co, 40U8 bags
Mig.ir; Hymau Bios, 10G bags sngtr; X
F . uiges-, 63 bunches bananas; C T
Gnl ck, !)8 bunches bananas; George
Ljeurgos, V20 bunches bananas, Caiup
btll & i o, liJOO bunches banua, Do
mestic value, S2S,401.18.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
The P. M. S. S. China arrrived to
day from Yokohama mid Hongkong
en route tc San Francisco.
The report of the Judiciary Com
mittee on the opium scandal is held
over until to-morrow for want of
. m .
Messrs. T. J. King and J. N.
Wright have formed a partnership
under the name of the "California
The Government Pound at Lania
kca, Kailua, North Kona, Hawaii,
has been removed to Hianaloli Eono
in the bame district.
On October 22nd, lcasca of various
Government Lands, bituatcd in the
islands of Hawaii and Maui, will be
sold at auction at Aliioluni Hale.
Class B will play in the chess
tourney to-night, as follows : Brown
vs. Autchinson, Beuls vs. Binsch,
Sims vh. Marnden, Mahoney vs. Lo
gan, Giles vs. Thrum.
The members of the "P. H. Brooks
Division," Uniform Rank K. of P.,
are ordered to appear in full dress
uniform at Mclnerny's Hall this
evening at 7 :30 o'clock.
The meeting of tho Athcletic As
sociation lias been postponed to meet
a week from to-night, on account of
the committee on Constitution and
By Laws not being ready to report.
The 8. F. Call of September 7th
Bays: "Air. Edward Dewsettof Hono
lulu, son of Hon. J. I. Dowselt, is at
the Palace Hotel, en routo for the
Howard Law College, where ho will
complete his studies."
, . .
The majority report of committee
on Constitutional Convention, pre
sented tu the House this morning, has
gone over for consideration until
Thursday next, when it will bo taken
up with tho minority report yet to
Mn. Jas. F. Morgan will sell nt
noon to-morrow, at his salesroom on
Queen Street, tho leaeo of a desirable
premises togethor with the houses
thereon. Tho property is situuted
on tho slope of Punchbowl opposite
EVENTS THIS EVENJNC.
Excelsior Lodge, I. O. O. P., at
Court Lunalilo, A. O. P., nt7:30.
Hum! concert at Thomas Square,
The Hawaiian Ha ml will give a
public concert at Thomas Square
thin evening nl 7(30 o'clock, ten
dering Hi" following piogrniiimo:
Mmcli Vice AiliiiliitlriMMiiMiriH'lier
Oyui mi u luunlello . Anbr
Fuiiluvlrto Awakening of UipMoh.,.
Milium ii I iniiiii mill lllky
Heii'ulltili-Wlglioil.i .imp.... 'I limiiiu
l'J)l I'liiiiylniim. dlU w a J.Wu. Main
I hv A
BIG IITY-I-'OUUTH DAY.
T0BSD.VY, Sept. 23.
The House met nt 10 o'clock.
nr.i'OKTS ok com.miiti:ks.
jS'nble Mullir presented tho rcpoit
of tin commuicu committee on a
bill relating to wholesale business,
reeotninciiillii"' a substitute bill to
the favorable consideration of the
House, Laid on the table to be
consideied with the bill.
Noble Isenherg presented the re
port of the edontion committee on
the census hill, recommending its
passage with certain amendments.
Laid on the tabic to be considered
with the hill.
Noble Isenherg presented the rc
poit of the education committee on
the bill to establish a distinct bureau
of education for Hawaiian youths
nbioad, recommending a substitute
bill to the favorable consideration
of the House. Laid on the table to
be considered with the bill.
Noble Isenherg presented the re
port of the education committee on
petitions for a sclioolhouse nt Ka-
maini, liamakua. a sclioolhouse at
Puakoa, South Kohala, and making
the native school at Punaluu, Kan,
an English school, recommending
that they lie referred to the Boaid
of Education. Adopted.
Rep. Iloolcano presented the rc
poit of the judiciaty committee on
petition that ceitaiu police of Hono
lulu bo paid for six months' services,
recommending it be referred to the
Allot ney-Gencral to consult with the
Marshal on the case ; and on a peti
tion for the restoration of land
taken by the Board of Education at
Kunihu, recommending it be referred
to the President of the Board of
Rep Hookano presented the re
port of the judiciary committee on
petition that Mr. Keulukai be paid
5500 for land taken for road pur
poses. They find that petitioner is
a tenant on the land, 812 feet were
taken, the Government in 1889 ap
pointed a commission on the road
damages, several tenants like Keala
kai presented claims, Kealakai did
not present a claim because be did
not know that he could claim as
lessee, and he suffered damages.
Committee recommend that peti
tioner be paid 8200 damages.
Rep. Brown said an item had
been inserted for road damages, but
this claim was not concluded. Mr.
Grieve owner of the land, got SG00
damages, and the petitioner only
lost part of his frontage. He moved
that 8100 be granted Kealakai.
Ri p. Hookano said that an ad
joining tenant who only lost 000
feet got 500, but committee award
ed Kealakai only 8200 because he
had neglected to present his claim
to the commission. '
Noble Widemann said Mr. Grieve
had by the action of Government
taken part of the land from Keala
kai, and the tenant was entitled to a
reduction in his rent accordingly.
This House had no right to pay
Rep. Brown explained that the
adjoining tenant referred to got
500 on account of a building being
cut down with the land.
Rep. Rosa considered that this
wns case where a man who lost his
rights through ignorance had a right
to ask redress fiom the Legislature.
If the House rejected the petition
this man would be forced to a law
suit which he could not afford.
Many natives sleep over their rights
through ignorance and the courts
and the Legislature have granted
them special favors. He thought
8100 would hardly pay the man.
Noble Widemann did not know
whether 8200 or $100 was sufficient,
but he could not admit the principle
that public money should be given
for charity. This man bad a straight
road to travel, which was to go to
his lessor and say, "you have taken
part of the land from me; refund
me a just proportion of the rental. "
The lessor should not wait to be
sued. If the lion, member was so
charitably inclined, he could bring
tins man's suit for him.
Rep. Rosa said he was not charit
able. Noble J. M. Horner regarded the
matter in the same light as Noble
The report was adopted.
Rep. Lucas from the printing com
mittee reported the bill to amend
and revise the Constitution printed.
Noble Cornwell presented the
majority report of the select com
mittee on constitutional amendment.
It declares the bill to provide for a
convention unconstitutional, and has
no objection to any amendment the
Legislatnro may pass, The report
is signed by W. II. Cornwell, Jos.
Mnrudcn, II. V. Baldwin, A. P. 1'ac
haole, G. N. Wilcox, and P. P.
Kauoa, Rep. Hookano favored the
report but held doubts on soma
points, and If llieso were cleared up
he would sign the report,
Rep, Rlckard moved that tho re
port of the committee be adopted,
Rep, lluolcuno understood that
Hop, Marques intended to present u
minority report. IIu moved tliu re
port liu 1 nl 1 1 on the table to he con
sidered with the minority report.
Noble Wldeiiiuiiu said Iti'p, Mr
que npnkti, at the mealing wlii'ii
Mm tllvMou tool; nlaou, im If ho
wimiM leave tlui Hinder UMliu lioiuu,
A iiieiHiig w ui)nntoi for iliU
olimiiliur m Hi" iiiuinliur illil m
Niiijtf nomivf u iimi uol ijeiri) of
H UlliHJllly rtmgrl, IIu liuil uuiJvr'
i)Ali MJLL&TNi llumnAHM, II. i',
I sign the re'port were in favor of it
Hep. Wawftlil moved Ihnt, if thorn
bo no minority tepnrt, this report be j
made the special older for '1 hurt
d.iy. The committee had borrowed '
inlaw from somihody else. They
quoted deoi-si'iti1) and law that none
of t hem knew. The chaiiman never I
could speak nioie than five minutes j
ni a umc, mn ueie no produces a
icpoit that takes an hour to read.
What had the Ubiti.su question to
do with the constitutional conven
tion? Nothing to (io with it. lie
wanted time to prepare himself for
answering the committee. The re
poit attacked the members who pro
moted the convention, m somu in
stances its language being insulting.
The committee said the piesent Con
stitution contained the same pro i
sions for amendment ns that of 18G i.
Why, thru, had not this method
been followed in 1887 ? It looked
as if the committee wanted the peo
ple to adopt the means of 1887 to
obtain their wishes. The report
should not be rushed through. lie
did not believe in violence, his phy
sique was not fit for a warrior.
There was a great deal of talk in
the newspapers about foreign repre
sentatives interfering with Hawaiian
affairs. These gentlemen should
mind their own business. It was
through outside meddling that the
American warship came here the
other day only to (hid that she was
Rep. Brown did not think that
Rep. Marques could coiiMslenlly
bring in a minority repoit, his bill
to amend the Constitution having
been distributed to the House to
day. There was no need of post
poning consideration. Members
had had, since the matter was intro
duced, ample time to make up
their minds. The House should go
on with consideration of the report
to-day. He moved the House take
recess till 2 o'clock.
Recess fiom 12.20 to 2 o'clock.
THE CASTLE LISEL CASE.
TIio Kvlilenco if Itecoril
Police Court, Sept. 22nd.
H. N. Castle, libel; Paul Neu
mann and C. L. Carter for prosecu
tion ; L. A. Thurion foi defendant.
Prosecution, flies specilications of
charges, to which defendant pleads
H. M. Whitney sworn says: The
Hawaiian Gazette Company is a
corporation. It pub isln s the Daily
Pacillc Commeicial Adueriiser. If
auyoue is editor of that papei it is
defendaut. Lately he ha- been re-
poiting the Legi-lalure. If anyone
is responsible he is the one ; nomi
nally he is the editor. Nobody is
registered as editor in Interior De
partment, perhaps defendant and I
aie both registered. (P. C. Adver
tiser produced) this is the issue of
G. W. Macfarlane sworn, says:
On September 17, 1890, I was
Chamberlain and have been
such since October, 18.S8, (article
read from paper) statements in arti
cle are untiue. I never presented
any bill, for State dinner to Admiral
Brown, to Minister Foreign Affairs,
and he never refused to pay any.
Cross-examined. I have present
ed vouchers at the Foreign Ollice
for balls, not for dinners. I have
not asked the Minister to pay for
dinner to Admiral Brown. I have
submitted vouchers for balls and
they have been approved. The Min
ister has never refused to approve my
vouchers. We have never had any
unpasantness about vouchers or
anything else. I asked Mr. Cum
mins about a report that lie objected
to me as Chamberlain but we had no
unpleasantness about it.
J. A. Cummins, sworn, says:
(Looks at article in the paper),
nothing in this ai title is true. I
was Minister Foreign Affairs on
Sept. 17th. The Chamberlain did
not attempt to collect any such bill
of me. 1 did not refused to pay it,
and we have had no unpleasantness.
Cross-examined. I do'nt remem
ber making statements to anybody
like those in this article. The
Chamberlain and I had a difference
about another matter of business.
Paul Neumann, sworn, says: I
have read the article in question.
The only conclusion one can come
to from reading the ariicle is that it
charges tbe Chamberlain with trying
to obtain money dishonestly from
Prosecution rests ; defendant
moves for discharge. 1st, because
no malice is alleged or pioved; 2d,
there is no libel per so in the words
used and there is no innuendo mak
ing the words libelous.
The Court finds that no libel is
proven, and that the testimony does
not warrant commitment for trial ;
the defendunt is therefore dis
charged. Tho now Baltimore augur refinery
Is Hearing completion, it is ex
peeled to ho ready for woik in
October. It will employ 200 men
utid turn out 1,600 barrels of sugar
Thu Cuban snunr crop is reported
lo amount lo 0(16, '.'Di) tonn, mi In
eri'ttnu of lOif.yuo wins, or '.M pur
cunt, u eoinuurud ivllli lluu of ui
UlinOTINfJ k him' mi iln ".Ujiiijiiw
IP ,f liii tliiii, ". ftluiulM ,l Imn
JMHliliHUU UJ.UjtlJlliJlIU bl
To Ewa Plantation!
UivIbi; tho lUnthlu Do ot at 1 145 1'. K,
Trains will bo made up of Co'iehes
and Canupy-top L'uis all uue pilee.
rJ Excursion Kites for these Tialus.
50 Cents to Pearl City and Return.
75 Cents to Ewa Plantation and Re
turn. An oppoitunlty for a delightful ride
and a breath of pme air, for only two
cent per ml'e. UGiS lm
SITUATION WAN HAD
BY a Sober, Steady Man. to do gen-fialblnck-mttlilu;ntid
ini;; on plantation preferred, liiqnii o
at "No. i!7 iliike.i stuct." tiUl ;tt
npilK undersigned bavn this diy
JL forniHl a copartnership for the
purpose of dealing in hay. giain, etc.,
under the name ot tho California Feed
Co. T..I KING,
J X WHIG I IT,
Ununluhi, Sept. 17, 1M)0. (iitl tf
THE VERY LAi'EST
WE wish to call the, attention of
hou-ekeepeis to a small invoice
of Figured Chinese Matting, just re
ceived vli Sin Francisco, of the very
choicest q .nllty aud of the most taste
ful i ml unique. de;lgus in colors. This
istheveiy late-t in this lino and the
tlrst of thu kind ever brought to Hono
lulu We respectfully :uk the attention
of Indies to thi latest novelty.
ti.-iS 2w TUB L'XIOX FKEO CO.
Union Ice Company
AT an adjourned annual meeting of
thu stockholders of the Union lee
Comp'iiy held Piidny. ept. h 18110. the
foil wing uttlceis were u.ecttd for the
President Dr. .T. S. MeOrew,
Vice-President S. M D.mion,
Manager L.O. Abies,
J. tl. tlslier,
Auditor II. M. Whitney, Jr.
DiUKCTous Dr J. S. McGiew.S. SI.
Damon. L. C. Abies. J. II. Kl.-hur. II
M. Whitney, Jr., F. M. Hmch. J. H.
I'aty. J. II. FldllKR,
flnnolnlu, cept. 8. 18!K). 054 2w
MRS. ERNESTINE GRAY,
PIANO, ORGAN and SINGING.
Eagle IIousc. Xiuianu Avenue.
Numerous Maps and Sketches.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO.,
029 3w 40 Merchant St., Honolulu.
Tliorouglitail -:- Kdiid
Will stand for a short time nt
Greenfield Stables, Kapiolanl Park.
D"Ki: SriiNCr.rt Is a dark bay, -1 years
old; biands lti hands hlh; Mud mid
By Dako of Norfolk.
let (him Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2inld.nn l!ulluihm...uy linn Bulrownlu
i u u IJU
Uidiluin Ueuiiie Kuirow
by imp Shauuoi'k
4th dam Ida . ..by hup ISuUlmtr.ar
th dam Miidnm Bintley (Ohiiiiiu'i)
Dam) by -IrKichiid
Oi ti dam Nancy Nieliol... by imp, Eal"
"ill dam Bet, hUnUiy.. ,...,,,.,,..,,,
by Wilk.V Wnuder
Plli diim. ,,,,,,,,,,. . hyClmiillDlui'i'
Uih diim .,, ,,hy linn, tiicilliig
llllh diim.,.. ............ .,,. by i Imllui
Mill ihiiii..,. ....... ..b)' Imp .svt'iu)o
l.'lli dun., ...... ..by Imp Jolly Jtuifur
Mill it. mi by Imp. I'niumi'
1 lili iIiiiiimm.mm. , by luip, MoiiLny
Idili ilaiii Imp. in Jin Imiiii Hut mini nf
IIuiiIhuii of Hiuiidou
, fW j!wi ulmp lukyii IHi aiiIiiiuU.
iitiU uf imm mi iwiuinl;iiliy
S-fcU'TEMDEli f$1, ioiu.
""""atlas" "'T '
Sin W. .?. W. IUynts, tt.irt., Chairman.
(Dlteotor of London Joint Stock
C A. Piti.sooiT. Esq., Uu. Chaiiman,
(.of Alessis 1'ruscott, Cue. l!u.toii.
Lode &, Co,)
Mkuukui llUOOKs, L'-ij.
(Diiec'tor of the F.ank of England').
J. P. UumtlE. Esq.
(Dlieetor of the Bank of England).
W. l uivris. E-q.
(Dlieetor of the Loudon & llunsoatlc
B. II Utti kxe, E"q.
(Director of the Bank of England).
F. Gkecni:, Eq.
(of Mcssis. liiy tli. Gievne. Jomdaln
it , o )
I. O. Hansox, Eq.
(Dlieetor of the Xutlnunl Provincial
Bunk of England).
It B. Wauk, Esq.
( lrcetor of the National Piovluclal
Bank of England).
O. C. Magn ac. Ksq.
E. F. Noi:r q.
I. . iAi.iti:tt, Eq.
Sm. .1. Pii'iciK, .secretary of tho Coin-
p my aud .Manager of the File Depart
ment. ESyilaving been appointed Aglnts
of the abuve Couipmv, we ale now
leudy to effect Insurance-, at low est rates
H. W, SCHMIDT & SONS,
Honolulu, Aug. 1, 1S10.
FOR SAX FRAXCISCO,
The Al dte.imship
Will 1' avo Hnnnlnlu for the tihove
Friday, Sept. 26th,
B'or FrolKht or 1'nBoigu, apply to
Wm. G. IIIWIN & CO.. I'd,
002 lw Ag ntg.
Per Schooner "Olga."
FOB SALE BY
J. F. COLBURN & CO.
Miss JESSIE D. BRADEN,
Teacher ISIooutlon fc Tra-
Prepared to give hwons in or out of tho
city. Mutual Telepliono 532. 1'. O Box
18. C01 lm
for a few
y y mo-aim
House in town or .suburbs.
not lens thin eight rooms. Apply at
once at this olllco. fir.f 2v
"TIOELY Furnished Rooms
1 at Waikiki; horse cars
every half hour. Applv at
TWO Unfurnished Rooms
with b tthroom. on lClu
street. Apply at this ottlce.
A NI''ELY Furnished
KiontUoom, hi a pri
vate family. Annlv Mr.
btuvi'iidun, 18a Fort Btreet, above Kuknt
street. cyj tf
A SUITE of Three Nicely
Fin niched Rooms, two
neurooin3 ami n.irior. on
Punclibowl siivet near Pal ice Walk:
Miitablu for two eluglo gciitleinen.
QUI tf II. F. HEBlURD.
tJ a A HOUSK on Young street
ftS,?38 "ear Thomas nquuiu.
BWQ2EM1 with Ihe rooms aud Uatlij
al-o fliitbli) accoumiodiitluus for live
hoi sun. Apply at
COO tf Forti'tii'i't.
rriU. I'uinlliiro of a five
1 lonin c()tiHu complete,
for hniookennliiif t otuue
cuiiuhII Inmiml ii ml to lm al a iiutuic
ilbu MHilUl, IikiiiIhi nt till uiUu'v,
iii am mi uyuuuuiuM
ttiiii m mm
Ircvi m ui
II li I r Id
Al .hbuilgnl U
NOW IS THE TIME 1
I ne tquiTaoie litb ass
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Honda, and upon easy terms. The additional fea
ture of Insurance goes with evety Bond.
The following are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company: ,
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE,
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company Is equitnblp, if j pnymontq prompt nnd certain, and Its
From the Few Fork 8nnt April ith, 1890.)
Tho Lurgwvl' Business Ever Transacted by a IAi'e Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollars. This is at the rate of txco hundred millions ofasaur
ancefor the yeitr, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
JSSylnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his oince.
ALEX. J. OARTWRICHT,
General Aaent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
CORJiEK HOTEL &
SJ&" We bee to inform the public that we place our entiro stock for
sale at llcduced Prices.
DRY FANCY GOODS
Embroidery and Sw'Ns Skirt Lengths will be sold at very low rates
to make room for new stocks now on
the way from Europe.
CHEMISES, SKIRTS, NIGHTGOWNS, ETC., ETC., ETC.
10 Yarfls for
Just received latest patterns in Scrim, Madras, Lace Curtains
HOSIERY -:- HOSIERY
Ladies' &. Children's Hosiery. Our great specialty "BLACK DIAMOND
DYli," guaranteed fast colors.
DRESSED KID GLOVES. Also, just received latest staples in TidieB and
Bureau t-carls, I'ubla Covers, Etc. Always on hand a largo 6tock of Ladies',
Cent's and Children's Shoes.
Gent'rt Jiai'iiisliiMg,' 0oods,
A full lino of Dress, Shirts, Collars, Cuffs, latest stylos in Neckwear. A
large variety of Bjy's and Children's Suits.
S. EHKL1CH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
Having removed our SODA WORKS to more commodious quarters at
IVo. SO IT'O-RI1 STREET,
fNear tho Custom House)
Wo aro uow prepared to furnish at short notico, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages:
Plain, Sweet, Lemoii, Strawkrry or Gream Sola,
Snrsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Wator, and Crab
Using exclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLL1STER & CO.,
E. R. flHNDUV, President & Manager.
Goukiucv BuowN, aecreiary fc Trcoihurer.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. Spreckeln' Itiinlt, : Fort Street, Ilouolulu.
IMPORTERS aud DEALERS IN
Cen'l Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Haviland China, plain aud deoorated; and Wedgtwotd
Piano, Library A Stand Lamps, Chandoliora it Electoliora,
Lamp Fixtures of all kinds, A complete assortm't of Drills & FUcb,
The "Uaxoilu" 3'Wlifulcd Hiding Plow it Equalizer,
BlunbiMrd Rico Plow, Plautuis' ijlccl 6c Uuusenccked Iloua,
LARD, CYLINDER, KKR08ENE, LINSEED, . .
Palut.1, Vaniubun it Druauoa, Manila A. Blual Itopo,
11ANDLEH OF ALL ILIUDH,
JL'Xomu, XJLoMCf Homo,
UUnilKKi WlUK.HOU.Vn of aunulor qualUy, A HTBAM,
Aptu on Vro, Hllvur I'lulod Vie, Tahln .V Tookui Qutkryi
I'onilur, fiiliui .V (hiiitj, Tim lJnlubriil"0liih" Mwoliiiiu'loiidi'd ij;ulriltfi,
A4li).''rt II OH
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