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mmouJLU, H. I., OCTOBER 35.
Tumlers lor School Houses.
.S.ni Diajn, Oct. sl, per N,
Tenders will In received at tin
Office of tlu- lloaul of Ktlucnlinn ini
til TUESDAY, the 2M iitet.. at 12
o'clock noon, for building ami com
pleting a school house, with two
rooms, nt Kauluwela, near School
street, in this Diatiiet; anil for an
addition to the school house nt Wni
kikikai. Plans nnil specifications may he
seen nt the Office of the Boaitl of
Education, in the Government lluihb
The Boaul iloes not hinil itself In
accent the lowest or any h'ul.
V. .IAS. SMITH,
Kilncation Ofliee, OpI. 11,18110.
Sale of Additional Building Lots on
South Slope of Punchbowl Hill.
On THURSDAY, Nov. 1:1, ISilO, at
12 o'clock noon.nt the ftont entrance
of Aliinlnni Hale, will he -old at Pub
lic. Auction, Twenty-live Lots, situate
on the South Slope of Punchbowl
Hill along Alapai anil above Kinau
streets, varying in sie from HO 100
ft. to 110x200 ft.
Upset price Varying from $l.r)0
to .$500 each lot, nct'oiiling to size
The ternib and condition of wile
will be cas.li, or at the ojilion of the
purchaber, one-fouith cash, and the
remainder in equal installments pay
able in one, two, and three years,
with interest payable semi-annually
at the rate of seven per cent per
The purchaser must within one
year from the date of purchase en
close the land bought by him with a
good and substantial fence and lay
on water from the Government pipes.
Royal Patents will be issued for
the land upon final payment of the
A map of the Lots can be seen and
full particulars learned at the Land
Streets have been laid out and
graded, and water mains have been
or shortly will be laid adjoining all of
the above Lots.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. 10, 1800.
John Haleakala Barenaba, Esqr.,
has this day been appointed Notary
Public for the Fouilh Judicial Oii
cuit of the Kingdom.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Sept. !S0, 1SH0.
Kia Nahaolclua, Esqr., has this
day been appointed an Agent to Ap
praise Lands Subject to Government
Commutation for the Islands of
Muni, Molokni and Lanai.
The- Boaid now consists as follows:
T. V. Evkhhtt,
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Office, Oct. KJ, 1300.
T.tltlKK IIIMi H1UXK.I
President Harrison ligiied. the
Taiilf Hill at. !:22 p. til., Oct. ll.
A resolution by McKinley was
passed for a joint coininittee to in
form the President that Congress
was ready to adjourn.
The conference report on the Ta
riff Bill was adopted by M to 27.
Only three Republicans voted
against the hill. Allison, in reply
to Gibson, said if it were true that
all Louisiana planters spurned the
bounty and denounced tt, ami de
clared it unconstitutional, ihey
might find a Congress that would
take them at their word.
The conference report adopted
nrnvides a hnlllitv of two cents a
pound for domestic sugar not less
than 90 degrees polariseope test,
and 1: cents for that between 80
and DO degrees test. Impoited su
gar ui) to 1(5 Dutch standard is free
of duly. All sugars above 1C Dutch
standard will pay a. tuny oi uve
tenths of one cent a pound, and
one-tenth of a cent additional if
from a country that pays a bounty
on the exportation of such sugar,
greater than is paid on sugar of a
lower saccharine strength. Machin
ery for making beet sugar is to be
imported duty' free. The confer
ence fixed on April 1st for the su
gar schedule and homily provisions
to go into effect.
The reciprocity section may be
put into effect by proclamation from
and after July 1, 1802. This gives
fifteen months' absolute free trade
in sugar. The reciprocity condition
cannot apply against any sugar pro
ducing dependency of Great Britain,
because these do not discriminate
against American farm products,
while the Mother Country admits
these products free. Thus British
West Indies, Mauritius, and British
Guiana will have their sugars ad
milted duty free without reciprocity.
The Executive Board of the Span
ish party in Cuba decided to send a
telegram to Spain pointing out the
heavy damage which the cigar ma
nufacturers of Havana have suffcn.d
from the new Tariff bill adopted by
the United States and asking as an
immediate remedy a form of Span
ish Tariff and negotiation of treaty
with the United States.
A committee of the Mississippi
constitutional convention has re
ported a set of resolutions in favor
of memorializing Congress to repeal
the Fifteenth Amendment, which
enfranchised the negroes.
Chas. McElvatne, the convicted
murderer of Christian W. Luca of
Brooklyn, has been sentenced to
death by electricity.
It is likely the Union Iron Works,
San Francisco, will get the contract
for one of the battle ships authoriz
ed by Congress. Their bid is $V
2-10, 000 for one. and $(i,-IO0,00O for
The Memphis, Tenn., Congres
sional dead-lock was broken by the
nomination of Colonel Josiah Pat
terson on the fifty-first ballot.
COTTON AND SUNDAY SCHOOLS.
Rhode Island celebrated Sept. 29
the hundred anniversary of the in
troduction into the country of cot
ton spinning by power by Samuel
Slater in the town of Pawtucket.
As Slater established one of tlie
first Sunday Schools in America,
thousands of Sunday School chil
dren took part iu the parade, and
the morning's programme consisted
of Sunday School exercises.
in Scotland ou condition that
Inttcr insist on eight-hour shifts.
UU8S1A AND TUtlKKT.
A tllspnVch from Erzcroum says
the situation in Armcnin is serious.
Thd Kussian Government has made
72,000 troops on the frontier. The
Turks are expecting an attack and
are ran id Iv simmvintr the hunts
Willi arms 'and ammunition and mak
ing other preparations to resist the
Russian forces. Russia is also in
creasing its frontier guards on the
boundaries of Austria, Turkey and
Persia. The alleged object of this
increase is to provide for a more ef
fective suppression of smuggling.
The Adelaide dock laborers, who
have been on a strike, have resum
The Melbourne unions refused to
meet the employers on the basis of
acceptance of the employers' mani
festo. Slavin the Australian knocked out
Joe McAulitlV, the "California
Nov," in two rounds at the Orm
onde Club, London, .hie was not.
in it. IK' was so uaill.V winppeti
that he is lying in a critical stale.
Advices f mm New Guinea state
that Pedley, the owner of the cutter
Isabclle, hulonsing tit Hartlepool,
and the crew, engaged in fishing for
pearls off New Guinea were mas
sacred by the naties, and the cutter
looted and scuttled.
A public meeting has been held at.
Yokohama and a number of Japa
nese .speakers denounced the Gov
ernment tor according to foreigners
the right of trial by Judges oilier
than the native Judges. The senti
ments of the speakers were applaud
ed by theii hearers and threats were
made to kill the ex-Consul of Great
Britain for the part he has taken iu
advocating the granting of privileges
to foreigners. The popular excite
ment runs high.
Till: 0UATKMA1.A TUAOKDV.
Dr. Bengoeachea, son-in-law of
General Barrundia, is on his way to
Washington to lay an account of the
killing of the General before Presi
dent Ilanison. According to his
story Barrundia requested time in
dress, and while doing so was fired
upon. He then seized his pistol re
turned the fire and was killed. Tor
relo, the Captain of the port, then
kicked the body round the deck.
Captain Pitts of the P. M. S. S.
Acapulco, on arrival in San Fran
cisco, refused to speak of the Bar
rundia affair further than to say
that the published reports were in
the main correct, and that he would
forward his report of the affair to
the main office in New Yoik.
Auction Sales' by James 1', Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Tailors' Goods !
On THURSDAY, Oct, 1l,li,
AT I O'CLOCK A. 31..
At inv Salesroom. Oueen street, I will
'ell at Pilb'le AilPlbui, a line
H ailors' Goods,
Diagonals, -:- Serges,
ISSUED BY THE
Etc., Ktc ,
KMJJflAUU A. 3iv,Vt)HH, I'lCHhleiit
IUT Knr full particulate apply to
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
, Ktc , Klc.
a line lot ot
Single Suit & Pants Patterns,
j as. r,
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.,
SES & COLTS
On SATURDAY, Oct. IStli,
AT 1 O'CLOCK XOOS.
At the stables at roar of the olllce of
.1. I. Dow sett, Queen street. I will
sell at I'uhllc Auction
ABOUT 13 HEAD OF
K HORSES & COLTS,
Hi nkeii to Saddle tc Harness.
lUUNlv.S Jc VALISES,
HATS Jc CAPS,
MOOTS A KllOKtf,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATI
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS,
RIJHHER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, h'LOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Kerosene OH-uAMHA." '?Mim?MS Chnir CultarH & Cnno Knlvux.
AUCTION SALE OF
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cuilery, Crockery & Glassware,
Properly atPearl City 0i,,":r.
llosBt.uu-, H. I., Anj;. '., 18i)0.
HohleiB of Water Privileges or
thoMs paying Water Rate, are-heteby
notified that the hoiirs for iifcing
water for irrigating jmrposeH are from
ti to 8 o'clopk a. M., anil ! lot! o'clock
Char. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Sl'E.VCEII,
Minihtur of the Interior.
Pletintd to nrtther Sect nor Party,
Out tttabliihrd for the benefit of all,
WEDNESDAY, OCT. 1ft, 1890.
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
At tlio third reading of the
hill minting to tlm colluc
lion of iloliU fiinn ()
iininicnt liPiii'llciurlt'K tlio uiiUi'rnmn
wuw riitlinr IKiUy, to nilll'li Hint Mill
Winr Itrovvn liiii'i'iupli'il ilic ituiIIii
wjiji llil1 HimUpmiilii "Mr, Vm
JlllJDt. HIIkIiI I l( llli' Hm liiiillil. lit'
u)ii) lo rluMi UiW iIikh y TliDif) U
muilm l.i'jiUlui nut Huinu on out
UlillH. Ullll I UDIIIIUi lll'fil I))!' hiiUI'il'
tgjy'' m miily olllnur Uwrvuiiou
QDIMIDlJ HUtl iJilJJ 4 u'tt Lt grim!
The appeal of Dillon anil O'Brien
to the High Court of Justice, for a
writ to prohibit magistrates at Tip
perary from proceeding with the
conspiracy cases on the gronnil of
bias, has failed anil the case for the
prosecution is going on.
The London police have received
warning from "Jack the Ripper"
that he is about to hill another wo
man. Senhor Fcrrao will make it a dis
tinctive feature of the new Portu
guese Cabinet that none of the mem
bers shall be committed to any de
clared policy regarding the English
There is great rejoicing in Ger
many over the expiration of the anti
socialist law. Meetings are held at
many points. Several processions
were dispersed by the police, but
nobody was hurt, many exues are
returning. Dispatches from all
principal cities say that the day
The St. Petersburg correspondent
of the Daily Telegraph says the Rus
sian Minister of the Interior is pre
paring a law authorizing tlio depor
tation to Siberia, without trial, of
all foreigners ' who hnvo been ex
pelled from thuir own country and
wlioNH GovurntnenU refuse to recog
nize tlmin. This law is (llreotcd
tigiiliist the Roumanian Jews who
conn) Id RuhhIu,
Tim Mliicm' I'Vilurutlnn of the
Puimrliiwnl of llri Knuwo, luu
(Icuiiliiil iiiuii tt niiiitril Mtrili" on
UoiHliui'A If thuiiH'ii (HwhImwI for
liililnu purl lntliK !"! 'Hi"'" ri
Ki'uliih iron wmim wtm lo m
muh i tliM iiiniifc iftimuiiili'il li)' Hi'
iiiiiib Tub OujiilivilBiHl Iih pnb
wm mmm in wmwil Uiv
haw ttoipiis ttluiurv iiuw nliu Mlkr
THE CLAUDINE'S FIRST TRIP.
Tbe steamer Claudine left the
harbor Oct. 7th at 2:311 p.m., and
arrived at Lahaina 9:07. Left La
haina at 10 :30 and arrived at Maa
laea at l:.r)0. Left Maalaea at
V2:'2r a.m., Oct. 8th, and arrived at
Makeua at 1 :50. Left Makena at
4:fif, arrived at Mahokona at 0:30.
Left Maluikona at !: In, ami stop
ped at Kawaihac at ij : 10. Left Ka
waihae at 8 p.m., and arrived at
Laupahoelioe at 2:03 a.m. Left
Laupahoelioe at 8:30 a.m. October
Hth, and arrived at Hilo 10:20.
On October 10th leftllilo at8:12,
and arrived at Papaikou at 8:30.
Left Papaikou at 0:58, and arrived
at Onomea 10:10. Left, Onotnea
1:47 p.m., and at ft o'clock arrived
at Pepeekeo and slopped for the
night. On Oct. 11th at 11 :24 a.m.,
left Feneekeo and arrived at Hilo
On Oct. 13th at. 12:23 noon, left
Hilo and stopped at llakalau at 1 :33
to take on board Capt. King, Super
intendent of Wilder's Steamship Co.
Left llakalau at 1 :.'l, arrived at
Laupahoelioe 2 : 42.
A boat was upset at Laupahoelioe
and a passenger and the boatmen
were in the water for sometime. The
sea being very rough, considerable
dilllculty was experienced in ship
ping the boats and five or six gal
lons of oil were useii to smooin me
water aloiiifwde. The boats were
then shipped after considerable
damage had been done.
Left Laupahoelioe atft:31p.m.,
and arrived at Kawaihae at 10:10.
Oct. 14th, at ft :45 a.m., left Kawai
hae and arrived at Keawanui at
G :24. Left Keawanui at 0 :1ft, and
arrived at Mahukona at 7 :20. Left
Mahukona at 12:11 noon, and ar
rived at Makena at 3:28. Left
Makena atft:45, and arrived at
Maalaea at (5:29. Left Maalaea
at 8:23, and arrived at Lahaina at
9 :33. Left Lahaina at 1 1 p.m., and
arrives off port 4 :40,and wailed
until daylight to enter the harbor.
The passengers on both the up
ward and downward journey give
the vessel great praise, not only for
speed, but for proving a good sea
boat. The consumption of coal
during the round trip was2lA tons,
being a considerable reduction when
compared with tlio coiibumption of
the Kinau, whose average last quar
ter was 37 toiiH, Tlio boilers ninl
engines worked very hatififactory
throughout tlm trip.
Hv order of the OAIIU RAILWAY ,V
' LAND CO. I will (-oil at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29tli,
AT a O'tiliOOK P. M..
A limited number of those ilcrfrable
BnilEi Lots at Pearl City
The. Company have expended 20,000
to procure an aini'tn Miippiy oi pine
mountain water, resulting In the com
pletion of two large Re.se.rviihs with
htorage of nearly :!,UIHJ,000 gallon.
From a ilUtriimihig Keservoir with a
capacity of 700,000 gallons, at an eleva
tion of 11)1) feet above pea level, water
has been laid along I.eluia Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot In a 0-hieh Cast
Iron Pipe, from which water will be
supplied by the Company atfJovern
The Company will bind itself in the
Deeds to carry purchasers and their
families and servants by rail between
FERTILIZERS:- Ohlcndorf's Dissolved Peruvian Guano, Ohlendorf's Special Cane. Manioc.
LONDON PURPLE:' Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton & Canker Worms, Ktc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATOR: Destroys all Noxious Weeds & Scrubs.
BAGS:-Sumir, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
PILTE1R PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Embracing Hie latest improvements in niateiial and texture.
etl Water Pipe, Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe Fittings, Etc., Etc.
unci INDIAN QOODS B,,,,n,,ynw ,.,,
.iiMliwiaujiamfclHTriaiii MaiffllH !' um'Mi ma IMIIIII
V expected it
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Lovcy.
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile. 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of !) years from the date
These special Rates of Fare will be
transfciabli; with tbe property ilurhiu
tbe term named in lite Original Deed.
Trains will always be run for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
Olty. Trains will reach Honolulu at
(J :45 and 8 or 8 .45 and 1 1 :50 a. in., leave
Honolulu for Pearl t ity and way Sta
tions til K:l", a. in and 1 :4." and 4 to
4:'.i0 mill Ciin tof:;si) p. in. subject how
ever to such changes as may be from
time lo time found neceaiy for Hie
convenience of the public or business
Interests of the Company. Kveniuy
Trains will also be ruu whenever there
is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots where the most
charming view can he had from the
vuramhi of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on I.ehuu, Maile or
Woodlawn Avenues; this is a most
charming location for lesldencis, as all
agree who have tuKeu the trouble to
walk up 1. chiia Avenue above Hits IJwa
Court lloiihe. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot be found. To
assist settler,, the following easy terms
are offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 years,
One-Third in 5 yearB,
With Intcrost at 7 Per Cent.
Thus milking It possible Tor the most
limited In means, to procure a line
healthv residence. Distance is anni
hilated by railway communication, so
that people living at Pearl City will
leach Honolulu In less time, than It
takes to coinn fiom Wnlklkl by the
ordinary means of travel, while the ex
nense for a nerson will nol bn innie
than live cents per day greater lliiui the
present cost of Havel to Walkikl by
Now Is yourlline to proem e
Homestead & Business Lots at
Al Pih'im lower tlinii they can ever he
bought In Hie future,
I am instiiicled by Dn. CAUTKRloscll
at Public Auclion,
On T1IUKSDAY, Oct. 1,
AT II) O'CLOCK. A. M..
At bis relileiue, King street, next to
ICawalabao Church, the whole ot his
Household Furniture and Ktfeets (on
account of depailure) comprising:
1B.W. PARLOR SET,
Upholstered In Velvet;
KhmiVifc Miiible (Chinese) Parlor Fur
niture, Iron P.edsteads, iMattnisses,
Mosquito Nets, Oil Cloth & Mailing, B.
V. devolving book Case, Center Itug,
Pictures. Cumins A Poles. It. W. Kx
tenslon I lining Table it Chairs. B. V.
Shlelmar 1. Crockery A, Olasswaie,
1 New Square Pianoforte,
Ity Sleinway & Sons, in perfect order.
Cost SI 11(10 iu New Yolk; fittiupn. Meat
Sale .t Kefrlgerator, It. V. Wiinlrobc,
Vienna Chairs, Hnieaus, llutler's Tray,
Kin-hen Siove iV Cookinc Utensils, Ktc.
IPSf" The liniioe will be open for in
spection uu Wednesday, from 10 to 4.
TEW1S .1. LEVEY,
CS2 lit Auctioneer.
Telephones, No. 1 It)..
P. O. Box :vi.
ma b jgov
M THGe. mm mi em
Having leased tbe stores in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln itloid;," nearly opposite the old stand, and Inning disposed
of that, put lion of my stock damaged by the late lire, and being
iu teceipt nr New (Joods per last s'teanier, and more on the way, 1
am piepareil lo 1 1 11 all orders as before. Thanking the public, for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past, seven years, I
hope by prompt attention lo all orders to merit a continuance of the
same. At. the new stand shall be pleased to see all my old eus
lomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage ti
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
Wmr baIiM powder
Without- a Rival in Price & Quality I
One-third the Price of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !
I gjSF" A Saving of 113 Per Cent in CoBt ami Quality the Very Best. JgfM
. SPF.CIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
the new I
T1IUU.SDAY, Oct. llitli. in
mlldiii", adjoining Love s
ll.lkery. wheie you can pio
,'ui'ii tin1 cbolce.st
Beef, Ultitlon, Veal. Pork,
IouU i-y. 121 cu
No. 1 Pork aaumgo, BmokeJ Taugutfa
Ueef 0aoKj.O Bmokcd Muttou HiLUf,
Bologna Sausige, BpicedUiif,
UiTUianSautagd, CiriitJ Fork Si lieef,
rJ?" Your patronage is lespeeifully
solicited and satisfaction gumaiiiecd In
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR,
Bell Tele. 3C3 -iaEarMulual Tele. 3G2
liS'i I m
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian Islaiub.
Hotel HI., I Honolulu.
.1. II.l'IrJHKK, Piop.
Knaid and Lodging, per week, (ae-
coidlug to location of looms,..
Sin 00 in. $.12 00
Transient, per day J 00
Table Hoard, per week.... 7 00
Single Meals "
Having iciiioved our SODA WORKS to more commodious tinniteis at
rv. 29 iojarr wrx,j.i2isn?"
fNear the Custom House)
We aie now piepmed lo furuisli at short notice, and of piime ijuulily, any
of the fi-illiiwing High Class Aerated beverages:
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, SWerry or Ci
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crah
Using -exclusively the HYATT PUilE WATPR SYSTEM.
HOLL1STER & .CO.
AHI'I'.CIAL ineellug of llm Ilniio
liiln Arlmi will lnilnlill,.Mfl-
lV Vwi'iIiikmIuij KVr,NIN(l,al7;;i0
u'nlonl; ui Hi" hull, At. Iiutlne" ul Iiii
iiiiiliiiirn Mill ho bronulil Imfoio llm
iili'tilliiKi iifllllillluiHlwirool lib' liit'Hi'
flflll W KMMtt
iSVIsllors will Hud this one of Die
ino-t oouiliiVtahliiiind t'oiiveiileiit tunnies
In th cliy, the rooms being large, light
and airy. Hot and cold water baths
Don't Lot Your Opportunity Slip
If you do you will live
hind lilil' xiivlims we
lllllll M'll III' MU HUH I'liui re mi h
lliowlioli'of KiiIiiiiLiiIiimi I'lilloi for
lo quoin Hie
mi uiieu Himr
A wind lo llm
Ming, Inil (liny illdii'll
trMiii nl llm I .oi 1'ini ho keen til
Din iillh'ni ul llio I'.liilllo liU1ltt',l,','V"
lliiwiiilmi Sen. IIu,,iiimI T II..J Iniilli'.
uiiilui in) talMiuuiiit llimuliilib ttliHit'
uli linilii'i liiluniiuilui) (Hill lu iililuliuul.
I make it sieelully of ifiiihlug line
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc,
Am) miiminti'o lli'l-eliifx noil, nl
Hub1) l.,Hinlpi liii",iliiiiliiii "
oTii I in
rpiUC Dwelling and Uenutl
JL fin (i rounds belonging
to fl. Illeuicnschiicltlcr, ou
I'unehliowl street, luuulroot
liTifiw V.O. .SMITH.
HOUSE on Young stieet
near Thomas .Siiuaie,
with live rooms mid tmth:
also stable aecomiuodatlons for live-hoi-ses.
f.GO tf Fort street.
?UItN(SIII-:i) Rooms, sin-
jyNH I' gin or in KiilteB; also
,.,7," Alnkea street.
Aiaii.- A VKHV Convenient mill
mfkjk t Hc-hoi'l" jiiii-i fin'-
MMNm liblied or illirurnlilit'ili near
llin old iMMilmll giniiiid at MaUI.1 Ap
ply id ill 'l.lt'b'rt a irini.-i
rrilK Fnrnltuv of a live
1. loom cottiige coioiileie,
for hoiisekeeidiig. Collaue-
eeiitrally located and to let at a reason
ulile reiilitl, liuiulrit at till olllce,
llmm iw Mb by
OK Mnii'lmiil Ml eel,
wi liubi l "J
r- f -.,
I ulivtil uuui' ,1
uiiil iwilur. .im
HTOItlSR TO LIST,
tmtt TWO 8loiooi( KloKMieci
QSan I 1'iM'niilly oemiiih'd h.v
MM Ml1 "I11"". IHlm'Oi in b'l oi
I'leinbcH Imvn lit'i'ii'
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