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DAILY BULLETIN j HUNQLULU, tU In' .OCT0BB3 30, 1HI10
DKI'AKTMl'.NT ok Intkkioh, )
HoNoi.ni.il, Oct. 27, 181KM
SUNDAY, the UJlh of November,
being the anniversary of the hirlli of
Ilia Majesty the King, Saturday, the
loth, will he observed as a National
Holiday, and all Government OHices
throughout the Kingdom will ho
closed on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
FRIDAY, November 28, being the
anniversary of the recognition of Ha
waiian Independence by the Govern
ments of Great Biitain and Franco,
will ho observed as a National Holi
day, and all Government OHices
throughout the Kingdom will be
cloned on that day.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Tax Payers in this District are
hereby notified that the Taxes for
the current year will be due am! pay
able at. the Oniee of the Tax Assessor
and Collector in the Kapuaiwa Build
ing, on the 1st day of November, A.
The OHicc is open from !) a. m. to
1 p. m. daily (Sundays excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts over $10 must be paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cer
tilicates of Deposit.
Taxes not paid before the 15th day
of December next will be liable to
suit with 10 per cent, costs added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Assessor, and Collector of
Taxes District of Kona, Island of
Minister of Finance.
Ai' f Sir
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But established for the benefit of all.-
THURSDAY, OCT. 30, 1890.
There has been no record kept,
but it is believed a thousand gas
meters would uot have sufficient
capacity to take in the speeches of
the Legislature of 1890.
It is somewhat astonishing to the
public that members of the Legisla
ture, who have repeatedly pointed
out or called attention to their per
sonal integrity as legislators, should
be found stumbling so sadly during
the end of the session. The best of
principles have been cried aloud and
the air has been filled at times with
claims of upright, patriotic conduct
and legislative economy. Generally
.speaking these claims may be called
the tinkling cymbals of empty pre
tense. There are individual instances
where the course and conduct of leg
islators have been consistent, but in
the main and especially upon finan
cial questions the Legislature has
strayed and dismally erred both in
its policy and its assembled Judg
ment. When, however, lavish ex
penditures, which have been already
heaped above the nation's available
revenues, are attempted to be sup
plemented bj' chicaner' and defend
ed by most questionable means, it
js time that a halt be demanded,
even though it be not obeyed.
We refer directly to the running
through of an appropriation of 81o,
4)00 yesterday afternoon, on motion
of Representative Nawahi, for con
veying Hnwaiian produce to "Lower
California;" to the blunder made
by the members backing this at
tempt to force a subsidy for the Ban
Diego line upon the House ; and to
the underhanded ami contemptible
method employed, and defended by
Noble J. M. Horner, to garble if
not falsify tlie record of the II on so
in .order to "railroad" through un
ohjcctimmblo and tlirlcu rejected
Wliuu the niimitcH of yubtiiuluy
wore nmil this morning tliu tittuiupt.
u fraud win t onou pointed out
iwhI It won developed Unit tliu orl
gliml written motion lnul been tul,-eii
(mm tliu .StHuelury' Initio mill nfler
tvurilt rtluniwl In lilm tillered mnl
uuUruly ulimipil In immnlnu;, Tliu
uliiiugu iijihK', mul ilufviiuiul liy
tiulill) tJi b, I Jul lit'), Ul lU I tM "I4JIVW
UuliiwiiJUi" Ijjui "tiuuuuuu Uaiifw
Jiln" tJw mJJi tf Uitf Moil UIip
line arc not under discussion; we
refer here to the barefaced attempt
to impose this scheme, after several
failures, upon an unwilling Legisla
ture, and strongly condemn the dis
reputable means employed.
We are happy to be able to an
nounce to our readers that the Pres
ident of the Legislature, after pa
tiently listening to the heated dis
cussion on both sides, wisely direct
ed that the minutes of the House he
corrected in accordance with the
facts. It is lamentable to see such
men as Noble J. M. Homer and
others, who have been backing this
San Diego subsidy, stultifying both
principle and personal honor by
either engaging in or defending such
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
Rep. Nawahi caught the opposi
tion to the "washttib line" napping
yesterday afternoon, getting in a
subsidy after it had been indefin
itely postponed three times. No
body can begrudge the member for
Hilo the applause that greeted his
An honorable member was inform
ally ruled out of order in telling the
House that it had voted half a mil
lion more than the country would
get by begging, borrowing, or steal
ing. Anything in the line of re
trenchment is out of order in the
ADMITTED TO THE BAR.
At the opening of the Supreme
Court this morning, present on the
bench their Honors A. Francis Judd
and associates Justices McCully and
IJiekerton, Mr. Walter Francis
Frear, an applicant, was introduced
and admitted as a member of the
bar to practise in all courts of this
Kingdom. The Chief Justice having
adiuinisistered the oath, upon
the usual fee lining paid, a license
was handed to the newly admitted
The following papers were exhib
ited by petitioner to the Court:
(1), Diploma from the Law Depart
ment of Yale University ; (J), Cer
tificate of admission to all courts in
the State of Connecticut and (3),
Letters of Naturalization as a Ha
waiian subject. Previous to his go
ing to the United States, Mr. Frear
had studied law in Ilanolulu in the
olllce of Judge Hartwell.
Of two other applicants, namely,
Robert Makahalupa and W. A. Kiha,
applicants for licenses to practice
in all courts of the Kingdom, the
former passed a successful written ex
amination. Mr. Makahalupa will be
admitted as a member of the bar
to-morrow morning, at the opening
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
At 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon
Jas. F. Morgan will soil at public
auction the eilects of the Honolulu
Arion Society at its ball, rear ol the
The lantern exhibition of the Ha
waiian Camera Club at the Opera
HoubO this evening will not only be
a novelty but highly amusing and
The Missionery schooner Itobt. W.
Logan will sail for the South Seas
to-morrow morning. Appropriate
religious services will be held on board
prior to her departure.
Mk. Lewis J. Levey will bold a
cash sale to-morrow morning at 10
o'cliick, consisting of books, Hour,
furniture, carriage horse and open
buggy, ferns, plants, etc.
The thiid reading of the Appro
priation Bill was completed in the
Legislature at 3 :10 o'clock this after
noon, when the House immediately
adjourned with congratulations all
The Hawaiian Sugar Co. linsclcct
ed the following olliccis for the en
suing year: II, P. Baldwin, Presi
dent; G, IV. Maofarlu.no, Vice-President;
S. M. Duinop, Tieusurcr; W.
L. Hopper, Secretary; P, C. Jones,
Ah the Bulletin goen to press tbo
reception on tbu Flngnbip Charles-1
ton is in full awing. The usual num
ber of boats are employed in carry
ing tbo guests to the ship whcie they
arc being received with customary
hospitality. The .Charleston's baud
furiijshcii music for dancing.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Lantern exhibition, Opera House,
Vcstcrday morning the Chinese
6crvant') room at the U. S. Legation
was burgliiri.ed, while the servant
was at breakfast. The police have
taken the inulier in hand, hot ;u
arrests huvo yet been made in con
nection with the affair.
EXCELLENT Ml'"'" l'h' fri-ili
Xu every iluy ut lint Klllo li'u Cii'iini
I'm liii'., iijit
N Oil 015,
U, H, Cdnmi iaii. (Ii;ni:iui.,
IlllUololO, . .. Oil. JN, hM,
All iHtl'tllllk lllllllllf lllullll IILflllll.l Hill
wliihiol Mitllii"iii Ifniiilullj i iii'iiuu'ili
mnl nil iitii'Miiii liiilnlinu) in i pi wimp
mi) lli'ieuy nuiiiieii in iiiewin i imr j
uiiu iiuibe luiniii'm uiinin au iluy. uinl
",.'-," T - ..--..?' ' J
mmw uip uimi
w mm uiw m u
u i jijiiui numiK
Earthenware Pipe, Galvanized
Buckets & Blue Mottled Soap
On account of ship "linker" and Char
terers to close accounts at L. .1. Levey's
TO-AIOKllOW, Oct. Klst,
AT 12 O'UI.OCK NOON.
1 40 bbls White Portland Cement,
Full weight In perfect order;
14d07. Galvanized lluckets10, 11, 12
ami 14 in. slightly damaged.
.toil IYi't, 4 luetic
BOO feet. (I hi. Glazed Earthenware
Pipes, for sewrage -mil water ue.
With Bends ami Junctions.
This pipe Is of a superior glazed
20 eases Safety Matches, each "0 gross,
hi du.uii and gross packets.
100 boxes Blue Mottled So.ip, 21 bars,
fit! pounds each.
LEWIS ,1. LEVEY,
097 It Auctioneer.
Regular Cash Sale !
TO-MOIlltOV, Oct. Slsi,
AT lO 0':I.O(!lt A. .11..
At my Salesroom, 1 will sell at Public
yV. I -or i' Boolfs.
Hcing the library of the late V. .1. P.ro
die, of Koliala. At 11 o'clock A. M.
lOOO llnuH .". 1 Cull I (i I'll in Flour,
And at 12 o'clock noon,
Carriage Horse & Open Buggy,
And a goncral assortment of
Ferns & Hothouse Plants
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
(J!)7 1t Auctioneer.
V7K. the employees of the Union
V Iron Works, hereby challenge
the employees of the Honolulu Iron
Works to play a game of baseball at
Mnkiki It. 1$. Ground on SATURDAY,
Nov. lflth, at 0:30 o'clock A. m., with
none other than steady employees of
the shop. 11. MKKIC,
CJ07 It Secretary.
I ARGK Airy Konm, up-
slairs, unfurnished, lately
occupied by Howard Hitch
cock liniuiie at Anderson & I unity's
Dental Olllce. 0!)1 lw
& 4. f$K House and Lot on
e&ctSi V7 Jterotsinia street, a few
&aM&is3 doors above the Armory.
For pai titulars Inquire within.
WOMAN to take care of children
i and to do ehaiuberwnrk. Apply
at Muli.etin Olllce. (i!(7 lw
IDY a Sober, Honest Portuguese Man,
) just from California, where he bus
lived lor I", years, a situation to take
care of horses, cows or garden. Apply
at this olllce. (i!l7 lw
,,, MAItKIED Couple, the wife to do
the cooking ami housework the
husliand to attend to outside win I;,
horses, fowls, mllklm;. Addiess "Ha
waiian Ostrich Kami," Kaplolani Park;
Mutual Tclephon'd iUii, (!" tf
A COW and 2 Heifers,
1 nail ! years old;
XA ivlll lilt snlil hilwrlir in nil ci-
.p ..... ..... ...0.,, -
glllllL')-. rtppjj' 10
Fort Btrci'l, below ricjinol stu-et.
B ii OWN LEOJIOltNS I
BKOWX Leghorn Cru-ki'-relHfoi-sa.ii,
thoroughbred. Address'' I la
waibin Ontrli'li Farm," Ka
piohiul Park; Mutual Tele-
phono :i;5, niljjf
Quora Qlasses, Siiy GlassGf;,
M nullify liitf OIiihi',
Hl'OIIO VltH(tH,KlllllM)H Kid,
'I'IiiiIh AllMilHH, new MylniH
l-'liiu I-'iiii nf tivmy iliwi'ilillou.
I,iilt' Hiiliiit, )ivir UuillKOi
Ami Ollior OhrlBliiiBB CooiIb,
f un tAiii; in
' ""' "'
1 1 8l)IIf & ion
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
EM I Honolulu Arion
On FliIDAY AFTERNOON, Oct. 31st,
AT :t 'JMM!K.
I will sell at Public Auction the Kffeets
of the Honolulu Ailou Society,
Tables & tflmlrs. Pictures,
1 Clock, Sundries,
The Temporary Stage,
Etc., Etc., Etc , Etc.
JAS- F. MORGAN,
mm 2t Auctioneer.
AUCTION SALE OF
Property at Pearl City
By order of the OAHU KAILWAY &
' LAND CO. I will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl Oily,
On SATURDAY, November 29th,
AT O'CLOCK I. .11..
A limited number of thoe desirable
Building Lots at Pearl City
The Company have expended .?-'0,000
to procure an ample supply of puie
mountain water, reuniting hi the com
pletion of two large Ki-servoirs with
storage of nearly 2,000.000 gallons.
From a distributing Keservolr with a
capacity of 700,000 gallOns, at an eleva
tion of "100 feet above ea level, water
has been laid along Lehiia Avenue to
the Pearl City Depot In aG-luehCat
Iron Pipe, from which water will be
supplied by tliu Company at Govern
The Company will bind itself In the
Deeds to carry purchasers and their
families and servants by rail between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cent Per Mile, 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Per Mile, 1st Class,
During a term of 0 years from the date
These special Kates of Fare will be
transferable with the property (luiini;
the term named in the Original need.
Train will always be run for reasonable
accommodation of residents at Pearl
. ity. Train will reach Honolulu at
G:15 and 8 orfi.-i.") and 11 :() a m , leave
Honolulu lor Pearl ity and way Sta
tions at 8:li a. m and 1:15 and 4 to
1 :;!() anil flslii to ":,'!0 p. m. subjeetbow
ever to such cli mges as may be from
time to time found neee-sa'ry for the
convenience of the public or business
interests of the i ninpauy. Evening
Trains will alo be run whenever there
is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those desiring lots where the most
charming view can be had from the
veranda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots fronting on Lelma, Maile or
Woodlawu Avenues; this is a most
charming location for i evidences, as all
agree who have t ken the trouble to
walk up Lcluui Avenue above the Kwa
Court House. As a health, resort, a
better situation cannot bo found. To
as-sist settlers, the following easy terms
arc offered :
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 yara,
One-Third in 5 years
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus milking it possible for the most
limited in means, to procure a tint
healthy resilience. Distance Is anni
hilated by railway eoiiiiiuiiilcatiou, so
that people living at Pearl City will
reach llonolii ii hi less time than It
Uikes to come fioin Waikiki by the
ordinary' nie.iiiK of travel, while the ex
pense for a poison will not he more
ibaii live cents per day greater than the
present cost nf travel to Waikiki by
Now Is your time to procure
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Prices lower than they can ever be
bought in the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If you do you will liye to quote the
"him) right" payings wi mi often hear
from people who ind a clmum; to liny
the wjiolu of Knlaokahua 'laus for a
Ming, bill thny dhln'tl A word to the
wire is sireul,
C? Mnp of the Lots can he seen at
the oi-es of the J'acllle Hardware Co,,
Hawaiian Xews Co,, and T.U.'J'liriiinV,
ami at my Kahisi'oom, Honolulu, win-null
lurihcr Information can bu obtained.
.IAS. F. AlOHGAN,
(is I nil t Atielloueer.
''pAllI.KOrapi'sfor sale by J. I,lh
1 iii-ui; ID pouinlH for $1. Hell
N OTIC 15.
DJ. .1, M. WIUTNKY I Imppy to
iiiiimiiiico to his pinions iiml
filendx In lloiiolulii and nlMiwheru, Hint
lii'i)ci'foi;li ho will bo iiXKlnlnil In his
ihrnliil looiiHhy D'AE NcUiU6,gr,uN
linln of u ril, I.oiiIh Dmilnl College,
mnl fni'Mnmul yiHii'h u oiii'i'iiM-fnl iiiiii
l)uniir In Pa.iiiJenu, tiiiifiiiu (i'M
lliiin.ii. Iii'(niii frill)) K.:IU..n liHII
I', ), 1)11 1 I III
Honolulu Allilitio AiiBOOiiitlon.
I K wilful Hilly Mlili )ll iliifjIiM'nii'
I lllllllnli. a liliiiilllllf ill I hit nlinvn
4fUl lliw u I W, UHlil W.WL'W W$
Muiiuiiuin h mi w.y'i'.wiij"
" " '" ' wmimm.m.nmm,nm.rirrtrwr:L
Sr Kor full particulars apply to
rilEO. II. DAVIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS,
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
ROOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER
ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
jvorowm un-- amiha." --JSSS" Uliair
' cotch, DRY GOODS! raBJCr,0AH
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS: Ohlendorf's Dissolved Peiuvlan Guano, Olileinloif's Special Cnue Jlnnure
LONDON PURPLE: Effectual destroyer of Potato, Cotton iV: . anker Worms Ktc.
SUKUb I: A I LHMINA1
BAGS: Sugar, Rice, Paddy,
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS
Gsilvnnixi'il Water Pipe,
Shortly exnected n
line line of
All orders for cartage promptly attended
to. Paitieular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good In transit to the other Islands.
Also Black & While Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest prices
tf Oi'HOi:: Next door to .las. V.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 19laTELEPII0NEBer "ell 414
The Thoroughbred Percheron
Imported by Hon. s Parker, will stand
for a .short lime at
T. Lishmau's Stable,
111 the new building, adiol,uhur Love's
Ilakery, wV-)-eyou can pio-
Ci0 tlio choicest
Beef, niulloii, Veal, Pork,
SAUSAGE A SPECIALTY,
No. 1 l'orjc Baunngo, Smokeil TcUtfiioa.
liusfSaqeaHO, SuioVed I4uttou llama,
Bologna 8ai8ngC Spiced Bief,
G.riauBau4.ie, Ooruod Port & Beof,
ISrYour patroniifj" Is respectfully
sollelleil and sullsfautloii guaiauteed hi
WESTBROOK & TAYLOR.
Doll Tele. 309 I toy Mutual Tele. 3G2
M I ni
llolnl HI,, i Honolulu,
.1. II. KISIIKU, Piop,
Hoard am) Lodging, pur week, (un
cnidliig lo locution of iooiiik,,,
,, $10 III) in ijlti 0(1
Tliun-li'iil, perd.iy U (lh
Tnbln Itoiud, ininveel;,,,,, 7 (m
Mnglu , eiiU , , , , , , , , , nil
irjV'VIMIorMvlll lm )U nun id llm
llHtj l'0lllllillllll l'IIIIVlll' llDIIi
In 1 1 Dliy, iliii iihiiiiti Ih'Iiik Iiiiud, llghl
mnl ally. Ilm mnl cold Hiiinrliiiilh,
' "Ii llllili- ljjir. I. hlwluijii
Ul.jMj. Ml Dl 'lh PaiujIMOl Wm Ttffli
Ro d er ts onaHit clic o cX
GHNTBAL HBiT MUTLBT,
ISSUED Itt THE
1 r- i liIW YOl i 1ST
' : : : : Over $136,000,000
ltlCIIAItll A. 3lcCUIItlY, IVcl,le,.u
JI ' SADDLERY & HARNESS.
UK: HeMroy.s all .Noxious Weedr ,V .s,.,,s.
ml. TWINE, HEMP CA VAS. NAVY OAKUM.
& BAGS:-Kinbraebig the lalr-i inipioven.ents In inateiial ami tevt.ir.-
Corriignled Iron, Fence Win, IMpe J',IitiiigH Etc., Etc.
r M n a n ( 4 ( n nc
Telephones, No. 111)..
as. Hustace, King Street
Having Ii-om-iI the stores in the brick buildum kn,xivn ,4 ih
bincoli, nioek,- neai.y oppose the old ,tad ulSng dit , T
.. ball ort.on of ,ny stock damaged by tbo late- lire, and being
in icccipt of iNew Unnds per last steamer, and more on the wav I
am prepau-d to till all -rders as b,.o,e. Thanking t t.bH' fo
lic bbural patronage bestow, me for the past seven years 1
hnlllt liv liniMiiil ,ill..,,,;.... I.. ..II I . .. . jvjiin,
. . - - . "'"luiinic-oniinuance of the
same. At the new oUtn.l shall ' tf pleased to sec all my old ciih
lonmrs ami as ...any ,,,-w ones as may find it to their advance to.
call. Island orders solicited mid faithfully executed
, , "I .... ,., ,,,
fiflfl IW& A B
AVillioul a Kivirt In Price & Quality J
Onethird the Prico of the Royal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It f
r A Saving o( 33 Per Cent in Cost and Quality the Very' Bwfc. j&g
SPECIAL RATES TO JOBBERS.
Having .iii.v1 our SODA WORKS to more oummeffon., quarters at
(Near the Cupola House)
Wo are now prepared to furnisj at short notice, and of prime quality, auy
of the follnwtmj High Class Aerated Buvuragcs:
Plain, SWuBl, Lemon, Strawfierry or Cream Soda,
Sarsapnrilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron Water, and Crab
Using oxclusivoly tbo HYATT PURR WATER SYSTEM.
HOLL1STER & CO.
PHK ICaplolani iMaternlty Homo has
X two i-ooiih to lu-coiuinndnto paying
path-ills. Ladles of uiodeiate iiii-aus
who wlhh toseeme a home on reamn
ahle terms., before and during the time
of their conlbieineni, wlieio Ilm beMnf
food atteiiilaui-e, nursing and im-diml
sldll will bu provldi-d, will phiiMi npplv
at llni Homo to Mrs, Miller, the nialioii,
who will atteiid In nilinllltiinv. give
leniiM or other infoiiniiiloii ieiiiiei,
lliinohilii, Oct. 4, IMMi, U7.i:iiii
NOT I OI2.
IjiJIUM inid nflcr Ihln ilin -e will utH
: bu ii spoulhhi for any height ii(icr
Mimn liu lii'imdcllvi'inl ni iiiij- riniliui,
I'm Ik in Wliniii (li-lglil i. ciiiluiM'd
iiniM ho al Hid Miiilnn pi nnlYii iliull'
Vo lin'iilil will Im ini'i'lvi'd fin- hlilp.
Iiii'iil Miiwi'niillii' limn nf hum iiiidli
uViiiiiii in i mnl Im-hyci'ii I urn mnl y
n'l'liipli ii in,
Tinliii u II iinl liiMlniiiliiril 'fiir ihi.
Ilh'lll Ml (itilulll ullluiiil iw'hiiiiiniJi'
UWIIb v. '. . ... '.
,i i 9 limUi .Wl11 lw t'WA'wJ mat
s.. o. j-tosic,
General, Assent for the Hawaiian Islands.
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS.
RIMIHER COATS & OIL SUITS,
i'l.AWS, FLOWER POTS,
SOAP, ETC., ETC, ETC
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED MUCK, ETC
Cut! & Cane Knives.
to this trade.
-P. O. Box :i72.
- V - .A.i
,.,Krl, loineni n continuance of ihe
HEIRY DAV3S & CO.,
Kx.1llHlV'it AiTAntu tr l. U ....
hm-si ni buu iiuwjuiHu iHianut),
pAlTAIN II. Llghlhody, of the bark
VV 'Uhker," will uot be lespoiisihln
for any debts coiitracled bv iiU crew
without his written order, ' 077 tf
'"'MK undersigned Imvo this dav
1 foiun-il a coiiiriuersblp for tbo
pnriioMi of dealluix in hav. giiiui, etn,,
under Ilm iiiiinn ol the California Kcwl
t'U. T..I kino,
11 1 , u 'i'l,",' lloiiolid".
Ilounlnlu, Hepi, 17, ) skq. (A
1 R1HIJ1KS uf Kiitm, Mniil, Imv,
" w Hindi) mi ii..uiiiiiniii n( hs
Pliii;;ily 111 ilm uiiili'iiinil for Hit
bi'iii'ili nf Id i'M'iIIiiii, iiiiilcn U limt'hy
ulvmi Him it 1 tiiui igiiin.t him mhii
(I'lniwiiU'il in Urn iimli'Dluiii'd wTllilii
lii'i; iiiiiiiiliD rutin iliih), iiijirulliii'uuiw
liiiNiltulhi iiililil, ijiii)im uio ip.
iiuwiiu uj iijuia uiiiiw Ma luu'iiiuul lw