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Joseph H. Kawclo, Esq., has this
day been appointed Notary Public
lor the Fourth Judicial Circuit of the
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior,
' iuterior Offlce, Nov. 5, 18tK).
John Richardson, Esq., haB thiB
day been appointed an Agent to Take
Acknowlegcinent to Labor Contracts
for the District of Wniluku, Island
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Oflicc, Nov. 5, 1890.
Joseph A. Akinn, Esq., has this
day been appointed Notary Public
for the Fourth Judicial Circuit of the
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Inteiior.
Interior Office, Nov. 1, 1890.
By command of His Majesty the
King, I hereby pioclaim that SUN
DA Y, the 16th inst., be set ap.irt as
a day of prayer, and all loligious
denominations thinughout the King
dom ate most earnestly n'queited to
meet at theii lespeetivc places of
worship, on that day, and thciu unite
in fen ent supplications to Almighty
God on behalf of tlio-so of oui fellow
beings afllicted with the dicad
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Inteiior Office, Nov. 4, 1890.
Honolulu, H. I., Aug. 9, 1890.
Holders of Water Privileges or
those paying Water Rates, aie hereby
notified that the 'hours for using
water for irrigating purposes are from
C to 8 o'clock a. m., and 4 to 6 o'clock
Chab. B. WILSON,
Supt. Hono. Water Works,
C. N. Spkncer,
Minister of the Interior.
1890-TAX ES !
Tax Payers in this Disiict are
hereby notified tii.it the Taxes for
the current year will be due and pay
able at the Ollice of the Tax Assessor
aud Collector in the Kapuaiwa Build
ing, on the 1st day of No ember, A.
The Office is open from 9 a. in. to
4 p. m. daily (Sundayb excepted) and
on Saturdays until 12 o'clock noon.
All amounts ovci $10 must be paid
in U. S. Gold Coin or Hawaiian Cer
tificates of Deposit.
Taxes not paid before the loth day
of December next will be liable to
suit with 10 pur cent, costs added.
T. A. LLOYD,
Deputy Asscssoi and Collector of
Taxes District of Kona, Island of
Minister of Finance.
Plrdifcd lo neither Sect nor Partyt
Hut ettablithcd for the benefit of all.
TIIUSliDAY, NOV, 6, 1890.
The Advertiser of this morning
takes a little fling at our German
residents ; during last election cam
paign the same crowd which now
backs the Advettiser took occasion
to make nar on our English resi
dents. The truth is war is made
upon anybody who fails to fall Into
line with the social aud political
viewH of the Advertiser.
This moi nlng when the coimtitu
tlonul uinewlinunU omno up for con
sideration gicut confusion wiiscrenl
uil for vuiy good reason, It suuuib
Unit tliu mutter for consiiluiutioii
Imil hooii lui'ui in tliu Imnds of
HiDiiiburn In tliu wliujio of u Commit
tuu'v ro)'ir(i In pliiou of lining print'
t'( In tliu imiui finii of ii hill, Tliu
HyurnlHry, liomiuT. uwv irovlioi
ttlljj H!i()mpil lilll ttml onn of (lie
HfluwyjUuMi!!j n iliHi iltn uumlifir
tutlujii tUil mi ww W' tow l
the Committee's report used by
members. The result was that to
many members the confusion which
followed appealed as a cover to some
design for rushing through the con
stitutional amendments, and more
or less bickering was indulged in
before the cause of the confusion
was fully understood. This is a
question of such grave import thai
we believe more time should have
been given members for study aud In
vestigation before Legislative action
I find in my communication to the
Bulletin of November 3d, concern
ing the new Sailors' Home that I
was misinformed on the amount nl
icady raised and subscribed. The
trustees have already on hand and
promised the sum of S15.000. The
site for the new building is opposite
the new market grounds, not cer
tainly a site one could wish, but if
properly laid out doubtless an at
tractive place can be made of it.
E. 11. M.
ANOTHER KNOWING ONE.
Editor. Bullktin :
"One who knows" in this morn
ing's Advertiser, evidently "knows"
your business better than yourself.
We are perfectly well acquainted
with the small clique anxious to
down the Buli.kiin. The Bi'li.etin
is the paper of the people, and the
"people" will support it at all
hazards, so long as it icpresents the
"people," as it does now and has
heretofore. "Only that and nothing
AXOTIIKK ONI. WUO KNOW.
A WINDBAG EDITOR.
You are the man, that article in
this morning's P. C. A. with the
above heading and the undersigned
signature, to use a slang phrase,
does you proud. He calls you a
windbag and says your paper lias
I think lie is right there are lots
of newspaper men in this world that
never will arrive at the distinction
of being called a windbag and the
potions of ttie Adveitiser would not
have to look far to find them. Please
continue to blow for the American,
the Englishman, the German, and the
native. We all have one common
cause, viz. : To keep a foothold and
make an honest living in Hawaii
nei. One Who Knows.
As one of the regular patrons of
the tramway on Beretania street
line, I do not quite appreciate the
way the small cars arc run, and I
am sure that thei e are many more
of the same opinion.
Would it not be better if the lar
ger cars were placed in service for
such times as the 7:45 a. m. and
8:15 a. m. (Peacock switch) and on
Sundays at the regular church time,
also on Wednesday evenings at 7:15
p. m. Last night a small car made
this trip and is supposed to carry
some twenty people, and instead
was packed to its utmost capacity
of some fifty poor deluded people.
If tramway management does not
appreciate the patronage of the pub
lic, the public would appreciate hav
ing comfort bv one of the larger cars
being put on, and thereby relieve
the public of hanging on by their
NOBLE MULLER'S AMENDMENT.
I am a believer in the value of
Noble Midler's amendment that
"Every person who induces or pro
cures or tries to induce or procure
any person to withdraw fiom being
a candidate at an election, or to
cause his resignation from the House
of Nobles or Representatives after
having been elected, in considera
tion of any payment, gift, or promise
of any paymeut or gift, or of any
threat, and every person who with
draws or resigns in pursuance of
such inducement or procurement or
If a poor man may not treat an
other to a glass of beer or sand
wich or a tram ticket at election
time, without running the rjsk of
being brought in as an "agent" of a
candidate, and fined, I want to
know if the offense of biibory and
intimidation outlined in the above
amendment, is not a species of cor
ruption of the worst land, and as
such, dcseiving a proper recogni
tion and penalty.
The instance icfcrred to by Noblo
Muller, and in which he was a
party, is known to me only by hear
say. In common with others I felt
sorry that the squad of bidding
millionaires were not in u place I
could name, where we can expend n
few dimes In tar mid feathers, ns a
proper dccorutlvo iccognltion of
thulr business enterprise ft may
not Itu nuns to the discomfited con
Bplrutoia to know, that tliu com
munity who clootod Nolilu Muller
aru tliu more proud of lilm in ww
i-iii'iiui! of tliu niilual tlirongli wlifuli
liu iasbui, Hit) uvIiIuiiooh of biiuIi u
triuiii)li of liiti'ujlty ii ru ilonlitli'M
morn ruru limn Dm tuiiiilitllon.
Tim foidii ol pnlillu Imllpiitloii
nun iiiu iiuiimiiunn n- -p nuMnruij1
u win iip mmy
nr nnliml Hotoi'M
IINI'lllDll (I) Hilt
llQi)liJ lliyy wvr
ujuuri iuuiu pun
n tun uiiDli u u
DAILY BULLBTIJS"! HONOLULU, H. .; NOVEMBER 0, 1890.
ALREADY A SUCCESS !
'JClus Hftllorw' Homo I-ilr
In Jf lilt 11 om4. !
Klnp Decorntlonn nml Attractive
ItnothH-It Will lip ttie One At
Tho ladies interested in the Sail
ors'. Home fair for this afternoon
and evening, assisted by several
gentlemen, and otllcets and sailors
of the men of-war in port, were
found busily engaged in fixing up
their respective booths this morning.
Dignified matrons and society belles,
with their skirts tucked up were
tacking palm leaves here and en
twining a nieoc of evergreen there,
and by degrees the decorations were
early assuming shape.
Entering the front door this after
noon, while the fair was in progress,
a dazzling array of gorgeously de
corated booths on both sides and on
eacli end of the hall were seen.
Prom the center of the Aimory ran
streamers of colored cloth inter
mingled with Hags, ferns and lan
terns in pleasing confusion ; the
effect was enchanting.
To the lclt was the Hawaiian
booth, appropriately decorated,
whcie leis, fans and other Hawaiian
articles w ere offered for sale.
Next came the fancy table in
charge of Mis. W. W. Hall and
Mrs. J. II. Soper.
The flower stand, conducted by
Miss A. Jones, Miss Nellie Water
house, Miss Sadie Cat ter and Miss
Clara Fuller, was next in order and
attracted special attention for the
artistic arrangement of the flowers
aud other decoiations.
Then came the chocolate table in
charge of Mrs. Dow sett, Mrs. Neu
mann, Mrs. II. Alien, Mis, J. N. S.
Williams and Miss K. Ward. The
decorations at tltis booth were very
Mrs. J. II. Wodchouse and Mrs.
Dr. Hyde, assisted by Miss Wode
house and Miss Atkinson, conduct
ed a fancy table at the further end
of the hall.
A little further on was the Japan
ese tea booth in charge of Mrs. B.
F. Dillingham, Mrs. Alex. Mackin
tosh and Mrs. Theo. F. Lansing,
assisted by Misses Mossinan, Wa
terhousc and Kinney. The ariange
ments of this' booth were of Japan
ese order and the ladies took con
siderable pride in artistic the effect
of the decoiations.
In a large rodui at the further end
of the Armory refreshments were
served. This department was con
ducted by Mrs. Widdefield, Mrs. A.
Fuller, Mrs. Geo. Castle, Mrs. F.
Damon, Mrs. E. (J. Damon, whither
the hungiy were frequently tempted.
On the right side was a fancy
booth managed by Mis. Schmidt,
Mrs. Dr. McGrcw, Mrs. S. G.
Wilder, assisted by Miss Helen
Wilder, Miss L. Voss and Miss II.
The ship Iole, with Capt. King,
Lieut. Woods, Sub-Lieut. Scott,
Cadet Mist and Sergeant Atkinson
in uniform, occupied the attention
of the youngsters at the upper end
of the hall and merriment ran high.
Miss Dora Dowsett, Miss E. Wodc
house and Miss Woods had charge
of the cargo of the good ship "Iole."
In the centre ot the hull was a
prettily arranged bower of ever
greens and Hags w here swcetB wei e
sold by the Misses Stevens.
The Hawaiian band of twenty
string pieces, with additional reed
and brass instalments, and the
Charleston band furnished music for
The fair presents every indication
of a flattering success and will
doubtless be still more largely at
tended this evening.
Engipc Company No 1 held their
regular monthly ;nceting last night.
Tlnee new members were elected
and other mutters of routine busi
ness were considered.
Under the head of new business
Mr. B. Oidenstein moved that the
delegates to the Hoard of Reprcsen
tativea Jie instructed to vote for a
toichlight procession, to be held on
the night of the lfilb (rist., jn com
memoration of His Majesty's birth
day. Tlio motion was unanimously
Mrs. Zerelda G.Wallace, mothemf
GeneniJ Lew Wallace, is now in her
7fith yeai, and has just been lectui
ing in Kansas City on "Woman's
Position fiom a Bible Standpoint."
K1 A I J
The Fair for the Nm Huflor't llnnie
Will be bold at the
Araory, on Mm SI,
THURSDAY, November 0,1890,
n out unto mi i r ii
Jfcy Til" nlllniit nf iliti Duo iimv Hilp
li'li'i' wlilnlllliiH Just I'liiiiu in iiiii'liur
In lint Aimiiiy, Villi iiM'i'Uii Ihu Unix
(uks Tim Willi Iiiu ii full I'liigo ulilrli
Iiiu I'lllliiien im i'Mmli'i I" ilMiiitfi'i
i'W Tliu pom will I'lii.n id ft iiMimli
TIjm I'limiwluu mil lluntillmi
Ihiiul win liu In miunilijiiiu'.
Iftfeli I'm u to Ft AH.
Auction Bales by James F. Morgan
AUCTION SALE OF
ProTjerty atPearl City
HVimlci of the OAHU RAILWAY &
' LAND CO. 1 will sell at Public
Auction at Pearl City,
On SATURDAY, November 29tli,
AT O'Ol.Ofclt 1 M..
A limited nittnber of those deMi able
Bundle Lots at Pearl GOT
The Company have expended $20,000
to proctuo an ample supply of pure
mountain water, lesultlng In tho com
pletion of two large llescivolrs with
storage of neurly 2,000.000 gallons.
Fiom a distributing Reservoir with a
capacity of 700,000 gallon at an eleva
tion of 100 feet abovc pea level, water
has been laid along Lcliim Avenue to
the Pearl Olt.v Depot hi a O-lnch Oat
Iron 1'lpc, fiom which water will be
mipplled by the Company at Govern
The Company will hind Itself In the
Deeds to cm ry purclmseis and their
fund litis mid servants by i nil between
Honolulu & Pearl City
At I Cont Por Mile, 2d Class
I 1-2 Cents Por Mile, 1st Class,
Dining a lei in of 1) yeais fiom tho date
of pin chase.
These special Kates of Fare will lie
ti.iusfcrahlc with the piopcity during
tlic tei in iiameu in tliu uiiginal iieeu.
Trains will alwnjs be iiiu for icnson.ible
accommodation of losldents at Pearl
City. Tinitis- will leach Honolulu at
0:-15 and 8 or 8.45 and 11 :"0 a. in , 1pm e
Honolulu for Pearl t Ity and way Sta
tions at 8:1 fi a. m and 1:45 mid 4 to
4:30 and fl:15 to fi::'0 p. in. subject liow
evcr to pitch chnnges as may be fiom
time to time found nccessai y for the
convenience of the public or business
Intel ests of the t oinpany. Evening
Trains will also be iiiu whenever theie
is a reasonable demand.
BEAUTIFUL VIEW !
Those defiling lots wheic the must
chaiming view can lie had fiom the
-.crauda of cottage or mansion, can
obtain lots flouting on Lehun, Mallo or
Woodlawn Aeiiues; this Is a most
charming location for residences, as all
agiee wlio have tiKen the tiouble to
walk up I.ehua Avenue above the Ewa
Com t House. As a health, resoit. a
better situation- cannot be found. To
assist settlers, the following easy terms
One-Third in Cash,
One-Third in 3 yeara,
One-hird in 5 years,
With Interest at 7 Per Cent.
Thus making it possible for thp most
limited in means, to piopure a fine
healthy lcsltlcnue. Distance. Is annl-
uilatcu by railway communication, so
that people living at Peail City will
reach Honolulu in less time than it
takes to come fiom N'aiklki by the
ordinary niu.iiis of tiael, while the ex
pense for a pcison will not be moie
than the cents per day gie.itcr than the
pi esent cost of tiavej to Wajkiki by
Now is your time to procure .
Homestead & Business Lots at
At Pi ices lower than they can over he
bought in the future.
Don't Let Your Opportunity Slip
If j on do you will U to miote tho
"hinil sight" sayings we o oiten hear
from people who had a chance to buy
the whole of Kulaoknhii.i Plains for a
song, but they didn't! A woid to the
w Isj is siillU'iont.
C$r Maps of the Lots can be seen at
the olliees of the Pacific Haidwaiu Co.,
Hawaiian Xews Co., aud T. G.Tlnuin'B,
and at my Salesroom, Honolulu, wheie
ill tmllier Inioruiation can lie untamed.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
084 30t Auctioneer.
For San Francisco.
Flue Sailing Hark
O. D. BRYANT,"
.lACOI'MI'N. Mum ter.
Will sail for the above poit
SATURDAY, Nov. 8th,
AT 1S4 O'CLOCK NOO.V.
?" For passage applv to
H. HACKFELD A CO.,
It A gun Ik,
A,l It. Kolit. Llshmaii Is autliuiled to
1 employ labor and pin chase mate
llnl f i account of Hut Uulldiiii Com
mittee of the Central Union Chinch.
W O. HMIT1I,
W. XV. II LL.
For the t nimnlttee.
Honolulu, Nov. 3,181)0. 701 1 w
IMtOM iiimI after Ibis date wo will mil
. hu nsMi)glhh) fur uny fi eight idtei'
Minui bus beun f)uieui il npy station.
Pal lies lo whom fieighl Is roi)x!ieil
must heal llm station to n reive lliil'
f I eight.
.Vo fie'glil will be H'lmlwd for sip.
iinuil belwi'nii Ilia hoiiu of utiKl uiid I)
u'l'liiulv n. in , nml between nil) iini 'J
u'uliinlt i in,
Truiih will urn iiitilmniied fur l
lilt III Mf fll'lulll WlllllUII llH'll IHIIIIIJJI'.
" Nnfiulglil will ha iui'iiImmI idler
lllin iliilu unltom I'liiiiuen inn puiimlil
Oti.n it iilmaV v i,an'I) i o..
il. IHW. TMI
MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF TVKW Y0"R K
Cash Assets, : : : : : Over $136,000,000
ICICKIAUO A. tlc-JUIUtV. IVcHltlunt.
ar For full particulars apply to '
THEO. H. DAYIES & CO.,
LINOLEUM, CARPET & RUGS, -
TRUNKS & VALISES,
HATS & CAPS,
BOOTS & SHOES,
STOCKHOLM & COAL TARS,
PAINTS & OIL, CYLINDER OIL,
i ROPES, ANCHORS & CHAINS,
CHARCOAL TIN PLATES,
Ktti-osmie OH" ALOHA."
Groceries, Feed Stuffs, Hardware, Cutlery, Crockery & Glassware,
FERTILIZERS: Ohlendoif's Dissolved Peiuvlim Guano, Ohleudoil's Special ( "nne Manure.
LONDON PURPLEi-KffectUal destroyer of Potato, Cotton & 'aiiker Worms, Ktc.
SCRUB EXTERMINATORt-nestroys all Noxious Weeds tSniibn.
BAGS:-Sugar, Rice, Paddy. Coal. TWINE, HEMP CANVAS, NAVY OAKUM.
FILTER PRESS CLOTHS & BAGS: Einbiarlmr the latest Innirnvpnmnta i mt.ri,i o to.,,,.
Giilvjiniztul Water Pipe,
Shortly expected a
(hie line of
Auction Sales by James F. Uorao.
AUC3TIOK SALE OF
TV 12 -W
Byoidei of Hon. K. MULLER, will
sell al Public Auction, at ls ca-
ience Puuahou street,
On WEDNESDAY, Nov. 19,
AT IO O'CLOOH A. 31..
The Entire FIotiehold Fuinltute, eoin
prhing in pint:
l Carved Oil Library Set,
Book Case, Desk, Tables and Chubs,
Stntuaiy, Engravings, Paintings,
B. W. Parlor Set
Larfip Center Ruga, Tapestry Por
tieres, Large Decorated Chandeliers
Japanese fccieoiiH and Oi nnmenta,
1 Elegant B.W, Diningroom Set
With Pressed Leather Chairs,
Table Cutlery, Sllveiware,
1 Fine Porcelain Dinner Service
Cut Olass Wine Set.
Oue Vienna Pallor Set,
Antique Oak Bedroom Sets,
With Bevelled Mlrrois;
Mattiesses, Mosquito Nets,
Bed and Table Linen,
Kitchen Rmigc & UtensilH,
Kefiigeiator, Meat Sate, Eet., Klc.
1 Curriuxe Iloi'MO, 1 I'liOftnu, Mr I
iluriu-HH, N ilitleN. IU.
BrPaiticular attention Is called lo
this Sale of New and Elegant House
hold Kiirnltuie. embra lug the thiest
furniture offered for Mile In Honolulu.
fl6y-Parlles whhhig to Inspect the
furniture pi ev Ions, to tho sale, can do so
on application to the Auctioneer.
JAS. I AIOKGVN,
701 VM Auctioneer.
CSV OIVLN OUT -a
Monday afternoon, November Bid, tho
following drew thalr watches:
Ol.tm l-Mcinbm No. 60.
Or.un 2 Member No. '22.
Cum ii Member No. 18.
Cl.Uli 4 Meuibei No, 00.
Cl.uu fi Member No. 14.
Ha&r Heiiioinlier we nut giving you a
Solid H Karat Hold Chbii Willi Hue
full .liiMled Wiillliain MovmiiMil in
Hll' I'lllllH Itu
$1 QO Per W-oe(
h, p witmnlriick cum,
.1. A. MM UK-IT,
I'H I in i immvm AlmuiKui.
HHi HA hit JII3A
I HlfAKIv (w), Aiil)' mi Hid.
if HA MS UIM5AM
ISSUED BY THE
Corrugated Iron, Fence Wire, Pipe FlttingH, Etc., "Etc.
Telephone!-, No. 119.-
as. lustaoe, SCi
Having lon-ed the stores in the brick building known ns the
"Lincoln mock," nearly opposite the old stand, and having disposed
of that portion of my Mock damaged by the late Are, and being
in receipt of New Goods per lust steamer, and more on the wav, I
am prepaied to till all urrters an hefore. Thanking tho public for
Die liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven years, 1
hope by piompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of the
Kamo. At the new stand shall be pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may find it to theii advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and fiiithfully executed.
You can find the
Ladies', Misses' &
Bng s llilliriery s House
Chag. J. FiBhel. Cor. Fort & Hotel StB.
"CLIMAX" BAKING POWDER
Without a Kivul in Price & Quality !
One-third tho Price of the Eoyal !
Every Housekeeper Should Use It !-
SS0T A Saviug of 83 Por Cent in Cost
fill nibbed or unfurnish
ed, centrally located, .suit
able for one or two gentlemen. Apply
at the HAWAIIAN NEWrt CO.
NE IIoiiko unit Lot nu
Deretanla tttieet. a fe.iv
,!rimfi illintrft tlin Afinntn
'CJ --.-w.w H.ru.w ...U f.lltlUIJ',
For particulars tnnnlie within.
VRItV t'i,iii.,i,l..iff ,,,ii
V r)eilriibi t'o'ttuo fur-
lihbed or uiifiiinUheil. near
the old bimOmll giiiiiml at MjiIJI.I .Ap
ply at OULU'K'.S At'KNi Y,
07 If HSMei chant Hliu.t
t HniTlJ of ThmtiNlcttly
I'iiiuIi-IiimI Koiiiiih, two
iii'iinioina iiti pin inr
nut Inr. on
I'MIU'lllmwl xtli'Ml lllMir I'nlii'ii Walk i
nr ru I iihi '
IHII NJUgltt ' KIIIU,
il'l'l'llll)' HIilHilill'll )
wWmW ifiiiul' I'li'iiilfiw Ijkw1 lii'iu
IlllSl.tlt'l'i III I'l
ll'IIDHIIWI. I'WIiijllUII II
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
SADDLERY & HARNESS,
LAWN TENNIS & CROQUET SETS.
RUBBER COATS & OIL SUITS,
FLAGS, FLOWER POTS,
SI LVBR WARE, STATIONERY ,
SOAP, ETC., ETC., ETC.
WELSH STEAM COAL,
RED BRICK, ETC.
Cnttis & Cano Kuivei-.-
to thin trade.
-P.O. Box 372.
Latest Styles of
and Quality tho Very Best
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Exclusive Agents for the Hawaiian IslaodH.
Purchasers of Lots at Pearl City will
Please Taki Notice.
J "HE Oahu Hallway Land Co. have
made arraiigeumnts to deliver
lumber and all kuds of Uulldlng mate,
rial at Uie Pearl Cify Hfatjoa at the
regular llouolnla'pilcea. ' ' r
Tliosn dcslrlug to build at IWJ City
iiion land sold by the Compuity please
call at Urn Company's ofllee for further
li. F. DILLINGHAM.
General .Mannger 0. 11, & L. Co.
I Jit. I M WillTNKY iHimppy to
X announce to his patrons anil
ft lends In Honolulu ami I'lscwIieiVtliat
liPiinifniili he will hu tuslRted In his
ileniiil roiinis by Or A E NIUIOLS.grtid
lii.to of ih.. M. l,nnls l),M,,i OoVlugfe,
tiiul fill-i6vm il ypl,u ,i s'licciifiU xW,
Itiiier hi Piibiiilt'im, California ufllca
Inmis us befori' (mm Htlio , , ro ao
IIP I HI
'PIIHHuiilii'niil Miilcriiliy lliniiiihN
I IVWI liUIHiHi)iiiiiii.iyii
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wliii HlMiimtiini ii Iiiuiim mi ii'iimn,
'li l;i ini ,'fiiii nml iiiiliiu(iu-iiiit
iif Uiflri'iiH liiuini'iii, uluiii ijiti (it'.t jii
iiiii'iiinuirit, iniiHUif uiiM iiiiLiiit?H
it" p ti i hi, w nii'iiiiT nun y
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