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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 5, 1890.
OABO RMLWAY & LAND CO.'S
To Tako Kfieut October Mil, 1S110.
A.M. A.M. f.M. I'.M.
Leave Honolulu.. 0:15 8:45 1:45 4:30t
Arrlvo Honoutiull. 7:20 0:40 2:411 5 tffif
Leave Uonouliull. 7 :'.!() 10:51 H:51 5:45f
Arrlvo Honolulu.. 8:'.I5 11:55 4:55 C:50f
t SutuiUays only.
KtinrU K lllhop from elieultof Oiihu
Stuir t lauilinu from Hawaii ami Maui
Schr RiuiUluu from Koolnu
UkW UUuuficy. K. Dubel, 17 day
from San Kiaiielsco
Htmr Iwuhuil for Ltihtdnu mid Hiunii-
kua at 10 a m
Stmr Ivaala for Kniiai al4 p m
Sclir Lukii for Kolinln
Sohr Ka Jlol for llainakua
VESSE-S LEAVINi. TO-MORllOW.
Stnir.lluwuil for llnniakmi ami lUlo at
10 a m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr O K Bishop 1010 bugs paddy, K12
bag- rlee, ami 20 pkgs .sundries.
Stmr i;luudiue 1!)0 hugs potatoes, 32
bugs coin, 75 gieeu hides, 22 pig,
12 antes tin keys, 21 bullock, 100
sliccp, ItiO pkgs sundries.
Wr.DNKSDAY, Nov. 5.
The House met nt 10:18 (('clock.
Itin'OUTS OK COMMITTKI'.S.
Rep. Luuiir reported u bill printed.
Minister Cummins announced thai
it had pleased Ilia Majesty to sign
the Appropriation Bill.
OltUKH OF THE DAY.
Rep. It. W. Wilcox moved the
order of the day. Carried.
Second reading of bill to create,
maintain and operate machinery for
generating, distributing and supply
ing electric light and power.
Sec. 1 confers on Allau Herbert
and John Enu and their assigns and
their associates the right to erect,
maintain and operate engines and
machinery to create, distribute and
supply electric power for lighting
and other purposes in the Island of
Oahu subject to the provisions and
conditions contained in the Act.
The section passed.
Sec. 2 authorizes the Minister of
the Interior to lcu4e to the grantees
any lot of land on the Esplanade not
exceeding one acic for fifty years at
i)Ui BULUfcl'JJN l iiUJHU.LU.UU,
iinminiiini imiwua iiwihIiiimii ismi ins
1. l 3SfOVEMBKH B, aowj.
Fiom Hawaii mill Mind, per steamer
Ulniiiliue, Nov 5 E Lu.auis, i) Filuul,
J Zelgler, I- A Tlckliniu, A Llttlejolin,
Mis M N Saunders and daughter, I. I
Spencer, O .1 Mct'arthy, J MuiVwlrews,
Mrs K V Barnard, W By water, wife and
child, Mls Maud Cutter, Miss A Cutter,
J Dickson, E l'ierce. Miss K Wight, ST
Alexauder, F 1' Hastings, H G Tieud
way, A Gurteiibeig, Miss H K Wilde-,
MrMaltby, C Baldwin, II Ilntinebi'ig,
U S Keuiicrsley, J 11 Taylor, O Buolian
nan, wife aud 2 children, and 111 deck.
For Kauai, per stmr Mlkiihtiln, Nov 4
Mrs C M Cooke, Mrs W M II Deverill
aud family, Miss E White, E Conaut
and wife, .Mrs Bailey, Miss Battels, Mrs
Reeves, A Conchee, wife and 2 daugh
ters, J A Akina and 2 children, H Miles,
Ahaua and wife, ICulinul uud 50 deck
From San Francisco, per bark W B
Godfrey, Nov 5 Miss KUodcs.
From Waialua and Waiamie, per stmr
C R Bishoi), Nov C Dr Martin, Mr
Peterson and 4 deck
Tlie barkeutlne W H Dlmond sailed
yesterday afternoon for San Francisco
with a full caigo of general mhrclian
dise, shipped as follows: V G Irwiu &
Co, S00O bags sugar; Wing On Wo &
Co, 200 bags rice; Hyman Bros, 400 bgs
rxe; M S Griubaum, 1495 bigs lice;
Sing Chong& Co, 599 bags sugar; C R
Bishop, 3 bags coffee; W O Peacock &
Co, 240bbls empty bottles; J J Wil
liams, 11 bags waste silver paper. Do
mestic value, 32.830.
The baak O l Biyant will sail for San
Francisco with a full cargo of sugar on
Satin day, Nov 8.
The bark W B Godfiey. Captain R
Dubcl, arrived this moinlug, ll. days
fiom - an Francisco with a full cargo of
general merchandise consigned to
Messrs C Brewer & Co. Experience
flue weather the entire passage
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Mb. Lewis J. Levey will sell at
auction to-morrow at noon a new
family carriage and harness.
Messus. King Bros, have on ex
hibition a fine line of first-class etch
ings and engravings in their new
Postal Savings Bunk pass-book,
No. 1729, has been lost. The finder
will confer a favor by returning the
same to the General Post Office.
The best Sausages on Nuuanu
street are to be bad at the Central
Meat Market; so our patrons eay and
our Corned Beef and Pickled Tongues
are supoiior to any.
An interesting communication lias
been received fiom the Bishop of
Honolulu, which is in typo, but is
unavoidably held over until to
morrow owing to its length.
The bark "C. D. Bryant" will sail
for Sun Francisco next Saturday at
noon. Those wibliing pabsagein this
fast sailing and comfortable vessel
will apply to Meatus. H. Hackfeld &
It is understood Unit it is His
Majesty's intention to takpntiipof
2 or !J months, to the cooler legions
of Hawaii, immediately after tho
adjournment of the Legislature, to
recuperate His health, which 1ms
been very poor of late.
By command of Hih M.ijosty, Sun
day, November ltti h, litis boon sol
aside iih u day of prayer on behalf of
those unfoitumitu beings in Huwuii
titilcited with leprosy. The King also
luvuests the piayem of the diU'wont
o'lurcheu for His alllictcd people.
A football match will ho played
at Mukiki next Hatunlay afternoon,
jielwucii Utu pinu'liisiona uud llono
lulu's. Following hi u the (cum wit It nrdur
Vmwlui'k'iiiki .. Ciitltr mClnik, !miIii'
lilitlMT It"", ,MiiMlt' - pllllllllit
nuu . i . . . Hip' 'I itj'Mf - liniiUmm
liumvil" !l(M!ltt,hi'iM mIM'HP
inii'ii-- ii .1
it -in n i ii i aw. nil let'
llil llUll "tilt LtTlllJJUj)
live hundred doilars a year, for a
site for their works. The section
Sec. 3. The grantees shall have
the right to conduct their electric
power over wires or to place storage
liatl erics at such vaiious places
which may be convenient, and they
shall have ttie right to use steam for
generating the electric power, but
the current used and operated by
them shall not be of such. tension as
may endanger life and no alternat
ing current shall be maintained or
used by them.
Sec. 4. The Minister of the In
terior is authorized to sell to the
giuutces the property and belongings
of the incandescent lighting system
now owned and maintained by the
Government, to its best advantage
and to transfer to the grantees all
existing coutiacts and agreements
for furnishing incandescent lights to
Minister Peterson moved to strike
out the woids, "is authorized to,"
and insert in their place, "may with
the approval of the Cabinet." Car
ried. Noble J. M. Horner moved to in
sert "aud urc" after "incandes
cent." He was willing to see the
Government selling out its whole
lighting business, but objected to
selling the branch that produced
revenue while retaining the branch
that was losing.
Noble Widemnnn could not see
how the hon. Noble from Hamakua
persisted in representing the house
lighting system as a source of rev
enue, when for every dollar the
Government was getting it expend
The amendment was lost.
Sec. 5. In the event of an acci
dental stoppage or breakdown of the
Government electric works the gran
tees shall supply the electric power
for the arc lights belonging to the
Government free of charge except
the cost of connection; provided
that where such stoppage shall con
tinue for a logger period than four
days the Government shall pay to
the grantees for such supply of elec
tric power at the rate of its actual
Noble Widemann doubted if this
was a fair provision to the company.
Noble Berger, moved that the
section be indefinitely postponed.
No company would take u franchise
on such a condition. It would re
quire them to maintain an extra
plant to furnish the Government in
such a case.
Noble Cornw'ell said the company
offered this condition themselves.'
Noble Muller said it seemed to
him that this section was inserted by
mistake. The machinery for incan
descent light could not run the arc
Rep. I'neltuole moved to substi
tute "seven" for "four" before
Noble Macfailune said it would
cost 812,000 or 814, 0H0 to provide a
plant that would run an urc light
system. It seemed to him the sec
tion was imposing too much on the
company. He thought that in the
event of a breakdown in the Gov
ernment plant the company ought
to help the Government, but as
there was a benefit to the Govern
ment in grtting rid of the service
this was asking too much.
Minister Blown suid the bill was
introduced by the promoters, who
were gentlemen alive to their own
interests, who would not undertake
anything that they weie unable
carry out. He moved the section
puss us in the bill.
Noble Widemann, on Hep. Pae
Imolo's amendment, proposed that
time be seven mouths. If they
could pass u law that the company
should light the streets of Honolulu
forever it would be u nood law for
us, About tliul"vulimbl privilege,"
(out was 8 Hi to, $ltf a Inn, uud Mint
thlu company wits going to inuko out
of It he could not i'o,
NhIiIu.1, M- Ilonifi hkUu of dm
Villuiilllfi fruiiuliiNU Klvuit for wlllull
tliu fioyuNiiiii'iit wuh ujtlilnn no re
Ull'll. Nlllllti Whll'IIMMIII nOlllll IIMIVU mi
KiiH'inlmt'iH iliwi Hit' i'0iii)iny l)'
(jiihlti lo lliiiiHiliiiu ihmI ll!iUiuii)ii,
Nnlilu'ii rrnt iliimm.
h'uljlM MulUir ttliliiul 10 lH Ult'
huu. WllllJti UUIJJ llMPll $
thing about what he was discussing ;
he was always talking about things
ho did not know anything about.
Noble Horner would like tiic In
terpreter to tell him what question
the hon. Noble had asked. (Laugh
Noblo Muller (moving near tho
interlocutor) repeated his question.
Noble Baldwin considered it out
of order for a member to speak out
of his place.
Noble Horner nnswercd saying it
was a valuable privilege or the com
pauy would not make such great ex
ertions to get it.
Noble Muller would ask the In
terpreter to enquire of the lion. No
ble what were the great exertions.
Noble Horner replied that the
House was making them now at the
rate of SI 00 a day.
Rep. Bush said it was the custom
of the Britisli Government that
where tho income of a chartered
company was over a certain amount
the surplus went to the Govern
ment. The Government asked noth
ing here, aud the company might
mnke 250 percent profit. He did
not believe there was a company
that would take anything up without
expecting to mnke anything out of
it. This bill was to help a corpora
tion and the House shodld be very
caicful. In Australia franchises
were given to railways with the op
tion reserved to the Government of
buying them, and under this con
dition tlte Governments had been
buying the railways. Something
like that should be in Urn bill. He
moved that the bill be indefinitely
On Reo. Paehaole's motion the
ayes and noes were called on the
motion to indefinitely postpone the
bill, which was lost on the following
Ayes Nobles McCarthy, J. M.
Homer, W. Y. Horner, Walbiidge,
Anderson, G. N. Wilcox: Reps.
Ctimmiugs, Bush, Kauhi, Nawahi,
A. Horner, Kahookuno, Apiki, Pac
liaole, Knudsen, Rice 10.
Noes Ministers Cummins. Brown,
Spencer and Peterson ; Nobles
Widemann, Berger, Macfarlane,
Muller, Pua, Phillips, Knuhano, Par
ker, Baldwin Cornwell ; Reps. Brown,
Lucas, It. VV. Wilcox, Rosa, Baker,
Waipuilani, White, Kanealii. Cock
ett, Halstead, Kamai, and A. S.
THRIVING IN INFANCY.
Tho Itullitlnjr mill Iinnti Auanrilntlou
Firth Monthly SIcctliiff,
Tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association of Honolulu held its
fifth monthly meeting Monday ovo
ning. There was a large attendance
of shareholders and much enthusi
asm was manifested. Mr. T. F.
Lansing, one of its promoters, in
answer to enquiries, laid yesterday
"We have demands for money
that exceed our revenue. The tlrst
issue of stock, fifteen hundred
shares, was all taken up at the sec
ond monthly meeting. A second
series will be issued ou the first
Monday in January, or six months
from the start. Wo already have
applications for one thousand
"A great deal of interest is taken
in the institution by young men on
salaries as clerks and otherwise, Ha
waiians as well as others. All the
borrow eis are young men who ntc
securing homes of their own."
"I am told that the stock sold at
a premium last night?"
"No ; it was not stock but loaiiB.
You see we have u stated income
from the stock dues every month,
but the whole amount comes short
of the demand for loans from mem
bers. It is our practice, therefore,
at the close of each meeting to ask
bids for the money. Last night
loans sold at u hancUome premium."
"Docs that mean that the bor
rower pays so many cents of a pre
mium on the. dollar?"
"No; the" piemium is on the
shares, which have an ultimate par
value of $200 each. The borrower
pays his piemium per share in addi
tion to the regular rate of interest
charged by the Association."
Mr. Lansing further explained
that subscriptions for the second
series of stock have been solicited
thus far in advance, on account of
the requirement under the charter
of thirty days' notice to the Minis
ter of the Interior of a new issue,
three-fourths of which have to be
subscribed before the issue is au
thorized. He also gave some gen
eral information regarding such in
stitutions, .winch is reserved for
.-(Uj' f mauL l ' tsi ijjfe
HI I WTOWi GMCMCjm
Positively lie Last
Bicyclo Enlcrtninmoiit !
Saturday, Nov. 8th.
Mr. W.8. MALTBY,
The Undisputed Champion Scientific &
AitistloCvcllst of the World.
Sails for California on the Alameda
Nov. lfi, 1890, so that this will positively
be his last appearance bcfoie the Hono
Now features and Mirks In funev rid
ing will be Introduced Including Im
personations of Oscar Wilde.
Excursion Train loaves Honolulu at
2:30 P. M.
Tickets for the round trip Including ad
mission to the grounds:
NOW IS THE TIME !
The EquitaliSe Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
teuuu. The additional fun
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy
lure ot insurance goes Willi every Bond.
The following are u 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 equitable, Us payments prompt and certain, and its
popularity unbounded. ,
(From the New York Hun, April ith, 1890.)
The Largest UuhIui'mh Evor TrausaisUHl by a Lite Assur
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of the present yeur Is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollaks. This is at the rate of two hundred millions of assur
anceor the year, aud iB unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
off-Iii formation cheei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersigned at his office.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
t&- Remember that this Is positively
the last performance! 700 (it
flew Goods ! New Goods !
PROF. BRIGHAM'S LECTURE.
The Y. M. C. A. Hall was well
filled with young men last evening
to listen to a lecture on "Physical
Culture," delivered for the Associa
tion, by Prof. W. T. Brigham.
The lecture was in every way a
fine effoit and was filled from be
ginning to end with physical facts,
relating to the well-being of both
body and mind, which young men in
this day and age cannot learn too
quickly for their own and the public
Lack of space forbids a detailed
account of the lecture, and it can
only be said here that, if the Y. M,
C. Association makes the promised
series of lectures as timely and
creditable as the first has been, there
will be much and lusting good ac
complished NO LONGER BARRED.
Chicago, October 0. A "Time's"
special from Cincinnati says: A cii
culur that created comment was read
in tho Catholic churches yesterday
throughout the Covington diocese.
It was in eflect that Odd Fellows,
Knights of Phythius, Knights ol
Honor and other secret societies, ex
cept the Masonic order, were no long
er burred front the Catholic Church.
While no explanation was given it
was learned that this was the ptinci
pal topic discussed at the Council of
Bishops in Boston several weesk ago.
It was considered advisable, liowevci,
that as little publicity be given the
matter ith poi-aitilc, that tin- people
may become educated t the fact
gradually through the pastoi of the
if u i re
The Fair for the New Sailor's Home
will be held at the
Armory, . od Bcrctauia St.,
THURSDAY, November 6, 1890,
From a:.JI till 5 I
Hate City Stone Filter.
1 PENNSYLVANIA " & NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAND CHINA, SILVER PLATEDWARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. Also,
WJMC. C3-. FISCB 13R'S
Famous Grand Active & Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
oar ali ssiz:aoH,
Dr. Alexander William-
It The otllcors of the tine new ship
"lole," which hns inst come to anchor
in the Aimory, will receive the little
folks The ship has a full cargo which
the children aie expected to discharge.
jt The Doors will close at C o'clock
and open again at 7 o'clock.
t Tho Charleston and Hawaiian
Bands will he In attendance.
Admission Fee 20 Cts. For All,
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
T the annual meeting of the Wal
kapu ugar Co. held November a,
18!)0, the following stockholders were
elected to .serve as officers for the ensu
W. 11. Cornwell Ptesldent
G. W. Macfutline...Vicc-Pteslilent
Wm G. Irwin Treasurer
W. M. Glffard Secretary
F. W. Maifurlane Auditor
W. M. GIFFAKI),
701 1 t'eciitaty.
These Filters aro easily cleansed,
and NEVER become CRACKED or
CRAZED by change of tempciatiire of
The Filtei Medium Is a NATURAL
STONE, mined from the earth. U is
unlike any other stone.
IMPURITIES never PENETRATE
tt, but lie on the surface, and internally
the stone remains as pme uud white
after years of use us when taken fiom
The Gate City Stone Filter Is a per
fect success. It Is the only leal filter I
have ever seeu. I would not be without
one for any consideration. It converts
our lake water into the best drinking
water hi the uoild.
Hlnkv M Lyman. M. D ,
.W3 West Adams St., Chicago.
" i. i i.. 7TTnffMllllfrnir-i t ' '
6 For Sale by
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Opposite Spieckels & Co.'s Bank,
ff8H I tn Fort street, Honolulu.
son, than wliuin no uioie zealous
iiiiBsiouaiy evor came to icclaim a
heiUlun country to the fold of Chi id
iuuity, has pasted away. The de
ccufrcd gentleinun's hiboiH, which
conimuni'ed in China in 1855, have
been indefatigable uud invaluable,
and were carried on ulutost up to the
moment of his demii-e, which touk
place in Chefoo on Friday (Septeni
hct 5th.) Death appears to have
come to him unexpectedly, although
he had been ailing for soni time. A
lady, icsident in Cliefoo, writing to
us on the day of bis decease, says
that: a few du ago on the Doctor
being told he was wiy ill and hud
not long l Ihc, laughed and mi id he
win sure lie had hever.il yourt woik
yet befoiti him. Dr. Williamson's
Hurviei'M in connection with tho So
ciety foi the Dillusioii of ChiWtiuii
and Genmiil Knowledge among the
Chinese, with which lie had been for
so long iibsoeiated in the capacity of
Hon, Suciutury, that he had almost
become, in populm otuoui,uu iutcg
inl putt of the orgunuudoii, would
iilonu huvu earned for him u peiiiia
limit plane in tho hUtniy uf Chrlot
iail MieitiotiH in t'hiiia. Hit- I'Vi'ep-
lioiuil lliigiilKlii' uniiiiri'ini'iith, uud
piofiiiiinj iiiiiiwU'ili'.n of llm pcnplu
uniting slioin lin IuIhii i nniihlo liini
Id iM'i'ninplJeli Iih'II'ucciIiIii wm I; in
Urn lli'lil of riiiiuuM'iii, while hi
found piiu'liiuil mm", ('liiuthn
iii'iy,uiii kindly illepoMlliiii imnlt'i-
m Mill MIllli' lli III I'nlll'IIUMI ,
mnl will) nil ullii'lf Hllli nlmiil lilt
I'llllll' III iHiel,-.IIV(tnill Hill
to If yon want "THE TOWER YOU DO NOT HAVE TO CLIMB AND
THE WIND-MUX THAT RUNS WHEN ALL OTHERS STAND STILL
THE EVER LASTING STEEL AERMOTOR give tu a call or drop n
postal card and wo will send copiously Illustrated printed matter showing
every phase of wind-mill work and construction, including tho geared
outfit on barn., whiob does tho work of four horses for the price of one.
Tor Irrigation, 8 Compared wltii 18.
Tho B-f t. Aermotor 70a sent ma last Tear baa (riven
cool satisfaction and has done mora than 1011 claimed
it would da 1 attached a Mn. Ult pump to It and can
tell rou It surprised overr one to seo so small a rod run
so larse a pump with so long a stroke (U-ln.), and do
It so eur. Several eenUemen from Stockton came to
look at mr mill. They had seen one there pumping
from a tab and ther did not think It was strong
enough to pump (rom a deep well, but when the
saw mine In a UML well Xixej were convinced ot Its
poner and very much pleased with It. Mr Aermotor
would suppl j 1,000 head ot cattle with water, but I
do not use it forstock, but lor IrrlgaUon. One dar I
noucedaia-o . wheel, 4-Inch stroke, stand.
IngsUllfor 3 hours when mr 8-ft. wheel with 6-la.
Hit pump, ainch stroke, was pumplnir nlcelr.
S O renter than 14. .
TheB-fL Aermotor Is taking water out of s lU-tt
well, using B-ln. cillnder and Utln. pipe. It works
like a charm. The 12-tt. Aermotors are taklngwater,
onofrom a'ilMtthe other from a l!&ft.wellandwork
Onelr 1 will run In a light breete and pump water
nhenalirt. stands Idle. A.O. MASSKY.
RIN MIOUBL, UlL.
Samo Work, Same Wells, U Equals 18.
lamenUrelr saUifted with the 8-ft. Aermotor, is
Itlsdolniitbesaineworktbeia-ft. ' ltdolngaud
boUi with same advantages and same depth ( wells.
UNBUNTA. cat., NOV, 0, ib 11. iu UAJUUUnU.
tlK&Cskfe Zn.'mZL. tfiStWlf saViM
CoiiHinnliiK One-lliird Less Fuel, either wood or coal, than
any other Stove in existance.
$08 No Brick Work About It 1 fifF Just u Clean Cut Stove 1
Whose BakingQualitiesare Unsurpassed
Ti'iaug'iila.x Cerate is !
FOR SALE BY THE
Hawaiian Hardware Co.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bunk, Honolulu, H. I.
IRON WORKS CO.,
.1. N. S. WILLIAMS,
R. MOKE, : :
Engineers & Iron Founders,
Office & Works,
Sugar Maehinoiy, Irrigating Muehinety, Steam Engines,
Slt'itiu BuileiH, Juice Tanks, Ci.olerh, Molusses Tunl:n, Sugar Curs,
Cane Cain, EleMitorc, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought it Oust lion Work for House Builders,
Water Wheels it Healing, Bur Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc,
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
As ait Anu-Wlnd Catcher, compare this Tilting
Tower and Its Aermotor Willi an ordinary Windmill
aud rouwlll find that It presents but lltuo of the wind
surface (a the grasp ot tlie storui that thu uther does.
Ace uf fitonl. The Al'ItJIOTOIt Iss
lieul. It has cold rolled btuel Hulls
Iluiiils, Hlnul Arms aud a MalUaula
ih. Kvnn Lhu Holts are cold Dressed aiul
ol luiwrlor qualltr, Wo are sending out tho 8 It,
Arrmoior, guaranteeing It to do uiorowark than anv
mit.Wuodcnvibeel made, and the 11 II. pumping tM
keared Aeriuotoni guaranteeing Hum la du mora
wots mail ur , i.. wi'u nww "iw.. iMmm u
purcuater 10 l )iw, ami imio is iuuvbhiim
It IS Hit .
U rpgret litlluv (Ufl Ml vwiulnglr itrViaat
Nt ai tlie uijliuisktriol aTlltliiif'ri(virllit
lierer lias tu us lliiuuiq, iiur 1 iiiihs 1 uw ui iug 1110
lul Uui ur Miing. turn t
llUIMSII IVM Slid lIuubfM III Ills W
A child till luvier It. It MVH
I pump water for shout 10a head ol cauls wtlL mr
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