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OAHU LAND AND RAILWAY CO.
KllOM AND AFTKU FEIUIUAHY 1,1892.
hv. Honolulu, 0:15 8:45 1:15 ItlWt
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l,v. Honoiilhili, 7:30 10:43 3:13 5:l2t
Ah. Honolulu, " 8:35 11:55 -1:5.5 0:50t
l'KAIll. ClTV IiOUAI.
I.v. Honolulu 5:20$
An. l'KAiti. 0itv 5:5S
I.V. l'KAIll. Omr 0:00
An. Honolulu 0:10
Sundays oxcopted. t Snlunliiys only.
Tldos, Sun and Moon.
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Tiles. 9 I 4 3ft 4 20 0 101 0 20 ft 3(1 (I 34 7 .Is
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Lust luimtcr of llioinoou on tlio 11th nt Hli.
Gm. p. in.
TIE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 18!)2.
Thuimday, Aug. 11.
Stmr Hnwnii for Hamnkua
Vessols Leaving To-morrow.
Haw bk I.cahi, Nolson, for l'ugct Sound
The French ilagship lias commenced re
Tho steamer W. G. Hall will ho due
from windward ports to-morrow afternoon.
Tho harkentino Discovery whicli sailed
in ballast for Port Townscnd from this
port arrived on July :!!).
Tlio Hawaiian bark I.cahi, formerly the
Danish hark .1. .1. I.otz, is expected to
leave either to-moiTo"or day after for the
Sound in ballast.
UAKNHAUDT Honolulu, Aug.
wifo of W. Uurnhardt, a son.
. to the
Claimed in the States to bo American
Tho following despatch from San
Francisco has appeared in tho East
Tho departure from Honoluluof
tho British cruiser Champion to
soizo Johnston Island has occasioned
interest in San Francisco, whoro tho
Americans who claim its ownership
belong. That it is American prop
erty which tho Champion is about
to take possossion of thoro can bo
no doubt. A Washington despatch
sa3's tho State Department has gath
ered clear proof of American titlo to
tho island which tho British now
wish to grab and uso as a rota'
station for their proposed cable
from Honolulu to Now Zealand.
Captain Roberts, of this cit', who
is ono of tho present owners, said
thoro was no question of tho Ainor
ican titlo to tho island. Fully
$T0,000 has boon expanded on tho
island. Ho and his partner, Mayors,
had sent a sloop and a bark clown
thoro, but of lato had not done any
thing, as tho guano was not first
class. "Tho island," said Captain Rob
erts, "lies in tho rainy bolt, and tho
richor portion of tho guano doposit
is washed into tho sea. What re
mains is decomposed bones and
coral. Ono cargo was taken from
there to Now York, but tho chartoror
lost $30,000. Tho island would bo
valuable to tho United States for
other purposes and would bo just as
important to England. It lies just
south of tho direct route to China
and also on tho proposod routo of
tho English cable from Now Zealand
to Honolulu. In caso of war tho
Hawaiian Islands and tho Samoan
islands would bo neutral, but John
ston island is an important position
and could bo used as a station by
tho govornmont m possession. There
is an oxcollont auchorago, but about
$10,000 worth of dynamite would
have to bo used to blow up some of
tho coral in order to widen tho
"Tho island is about six feet abovo
water on tho right sido of tho har
bor and vossols can lio right aldng
sido without any wharf. In trouble
somo times tho island would bo
worth at least 500,000 to tho Unit
ed States; at least no other island
as suitable for a station could bo
purchased for that price. Thoro
can bo no doubt about tho island
boing tho proporty of Americans.
Mayers and myself have tho original
papers of Parker and his deed to
us. Wo also have an ailidavit sworn
to by him boforo Cheovor, then clerk
of tho United States district court,
in which ho states' ho discovered
Johnston island and uovor trans
ferred his interest to any corpora
Mr. Lander's Recommendation.
Mr, J. A. Lander, a prominent
citizen of Clorksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that .State, says of
Chuiuborlain's Colic. Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy: "I have seen its
good results and can recommend
it." For sale by all dealers. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
rpiIK WKIiKLYTuLLKTIN-SM (301,
X minis of Interesting Heading .Matter.
Jsliuids,!; mulled to foreign countries, $5,
Tho band will piny nt Qucon Emma
linll (his ovoning.
Diamond Head, 8 p, in., vvoatlior
cloudy; wind, fresh nortliunsl.
Henry Gregsou has boon remand
ed until to-morrow on tho chnrgo of
Col. Glnus Sprocket, wifo and
family' will loavo on tho S. S. Austra
lia for tho Coast.
A largo number of people arc com
plaining of cold and pains. It may
bo tho grip making another round.
A mooting of tho Catholic Ueno
volont Society will bo hold to-morrow
(Friday) afternoon at 3 o'clock
at tho Convent.
Mr. F. A. Schaofor, wifo and fam
ily will loavo on tho S. S. Australia
noxt Wednesday for San Francisco.
Miss Robertson will accompany
Tho flags of Engine Co.s No. 1, 2
and 1 wore hung at half-mast yestor
day and to-day, out of respect to
tho memory of John Sullivan, a No.
1 volunteer boy.
Tho fight between John L. Sulli
van and James Corbott, tho Califor
nian, for tho heavyweight champion
ship of tho world, will take place in
Now Orleans on Sept. 7th.
Temporary repairs have boon
made to tho machine of Engine Co.
No. 1, damaged on Saturday when
out for drill. Tho engine was taken
out for trial this morning.
Volnoy V. Ashford has been inter
viewed by tho San Francisco press
with regard to tho annexation of
Johnston island by England. Ho
thought tho island was Hawaiian
Rev. and Mrs. J. Usborne, who
havo boon staying horo some time,
will loavo on tho S. S. Monowai on
August 25th for San Francisco, with
tho intention of going right through
Two Chinese, Quon Wun and Kon
Chow, wore arrested j'estorday at
tho instigation of T. A. Lloyd, Tax
Assessor, for nonpayment of t axes.
They .pleaded guilty this morning
and wore ordered to pay $7 each, in
cluding tho costs of Court.
Photographs of tho different tab
leaux given by tho Daughters of Ro
bokah on tho ovoning of tho -lth inst.,
havo been mado by tho Aloha gal
lory. There is ono unpardonable
defect in tho picture of tho "Gypsy's
Warning." A fire is kindled on a
Chas. Dunwoll, who nearly drove
over Police Captain Larson tho other
night, was reprimanded by Justice
Hopkins this morning. Mr. E. lT.
Ward, counsel for defendant, had
objected to a reprimand, but was
told if ho didn't take it tho prosecu
tion would get more evidence.
Lieutenant J. II. C. Coffin, who
passed through on tho Alameda for
tho Colonies, has gone to Tutuila
where ho will make tho necessary
soundings for an iron pior or wharf
to extend out into tho bay about
270 feet. Tho United States Gov
ernment has only just mado a move
for establishing a coaling station
thoro, although tho privilego was
granted some time ago.
David, in tho employ of Hon. J. I.
Dowsott, was arrested this forenoon
on a warrant charging him with ma
licious injury in allowing a ferocious
dog to bo at largo with tho result
that it bit someone. David had no
idea of anything wrong until ho was
confronted with tho legal papors
and tho man in blue. Ho submitted
quietly to arrest but claimed that
tho dog was not his proporty.
Mr. Sydney Broad who has recent
ly resigned tho Hawaiian Consulate
at Falmouth, England, in favor of
his nophow, Mr. C. R. Broad, has
hold that consular position for about
thirtj'-fivo 3'oars. His period of ser
vice is only exceeded by that of Mr.
Manloy Hopkins, of London, who
was originally appointed in 1850,
Mr. Hopkins during his official
career has also acted as Charge
d'Affairos and Consul-Gonoral.
" Photographers Quarrel."
Lewis M. Johnson, who in a lottor
published yesterday demanded an
apology from this paper for having
said somebody was going to havo
him arrested for dealing in immoral
pictures, was arrested for that of
fense this afternoon. Tho charge is
"common nuisance in having in pos
session and for sale indecent
prints." Johnson had only a fow
hours boforo loft this oilico, after
boing refused tho nnino of tho "pro
minent photographer" and an apol
ogy, declaring his intention of at
onco proceeding against tho editor
for criminal libel. A search of John
sou's gallery after his arrest was
fruitless, but in his house three
obscene prints woro found. Ho
said that Harding, his lato om
ployco, had placed the pictures
thoro. Tho Buli.ktin has had noth
ing to do with tho prosucution, It
only gavo tho uqws,
Tiiunsiuv, Aug. 11.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock.
Prayer by Chaplain. Minutes wore
read and approved.
Rep. Ashford, from tho Committee
on Rules, reported on a resolution
of Rep. Knpahu, that Rule 5)1 bo
amended so as to allow debate to bo
at once in order upon tho coining in
of an answer by a Minister to any
question from a member of tho
House. Tho Committee stato that
they believe that tho end sought can
bo obtained without such amend
ment on tho motion of any member
to refer tho questions. They recom
mend that tho resolution bo tabled.
From tho sumo Committee, on a
resolution of Noble Williams, rela
tive to tho limiting of debate to livo
minutes, when in Committee of tho
Whole, reported that tho proposed
limit should not bo adopted and re
commended that tho resolution bo
Noblo J. M. Horner, from the
Commit too on Ways and Means, re
ported on a petition praying that
tho rato of taxes bo reduced to : of
1 percent, that it bo laid on tho table
for tho reason that it would bo un
wise for this House, at this time, to
consider anj' measure tending to ro
duco tho public revenue.
Rep. R. W. Wilcox gave notico of
a meeting of tho Pearl Harbor and
Nicaragua Canal Committeo at 3:30
p. in. to-day.
Rop. Kapahu road for tho first
time bills: 1, To prohibit sugar plan
tors from holding office under the
Govornmont. 2, To provide for tho
voting of mon employed on coasting
vossols and seamen.
Rop. Kapahu also questioned tho
Attoriioy-Gencral, relativo to tho
legality of tho Government's return
ing tho doposits mado by candidates
running for electivo oilicos.
Noblo Berger read for tho first
time a bill to provide for tho fur
ther appropriation of mone3's to
cover expenses of tho Legislature.
Read a second time, ordered to en
grossment and to third reading on
Rop. Ashford, by permission, gave
notico of and read for tho first time
a bill to grant a franchiso to tho
Hilo Wharf and Warehouse Co.
Rop. Kaiuauoha offered a resolu
tion to tho ofFect that .?2.") each bo
returned to Mr. Apiki and Rep. Ka
pahu, contestants in a lately declar
ed void election. Referred to Judi
Noblo Mnrsdeu questioned tho
Minister of tho Interior relative to:
1, What are tho conditions of tho
contract for dredging tho harbor as
to whoro tho substances dredged
shall bo deposited? 2, Is it not a
fact that tho dredgings from tho
discharge pipe are now boing dis
charged in deep water outside tho
bar and not inside tho retaining
walls provided for retaining tho
On motion of Noblo Thurston
bills on tho Order of tho Day un
roforred woro considered and re
ferred, and in conjunction with tho
motion tho Order of tho Day was
Tho following bills woro road for
tho second timo aud referred to the
committees named, except those
othorwiso disposed of :
Bill 129. Tho erection and repair
of buildings within tho lire limits.
Bill 1H0. Amendments of Road
Board Law of 1B'.)0. Judiciary.
Bill l' 111. Regulation of -the carry
ing of passongors, etc., Wailului,
Bill 139. Amendments to the Elec
tion Law. Judiciary.
Bill l.'lH. Tho division of the Dis
trict of Honolulu into five Taxation
Billlfll. Relating to internal taxes.
Tabled for consideration with In
ternal Tax Bill.
Bill 15. Authorizing lopors to
Bill J 51(1. Authorizing lopors and
kokuns to build at Molokai. Sani
Bill 137. To provide for a Police
Justice for Molokai. Judiciary.
Bill 18. Relating to tho care of
lopors and pay of nurses. Sanitary.
Bill 110. To limit and regulate
licenses for sale of spirits. Temper
ance. Bill Ml. To authorizo tlio killing
of tho mynali bird. Commerce.
Bill 1-18. To provide for tho dis
position of Hospital Tax Funds.
Bills Ml, 115, MO. Relative to
Amendments to tho Constitution.
Bill 121. Relative to pay or Nobles
and Representatives. Tabled for
Bill 125, Relating to tho Honolulu
Sailors' Homo. Public Lands.
Bill 12(1. Relating to highways.
Bill 127, relating
to tho public ADVERTISING NOTES.
Bill M2, to exterminate tho mon
goose on Oahu. Commerce.
Bill 118, relating to the establish
ment of a high school. Education.
Bill US), relating to the Masters
and Servants Act. Labor.
Bill lfiO, division of tho district of
Hninakua. Tabled for further con
sideration. Bill 151, publication of list of Gov
ernment landings. Public Lauds.
13111128, relative to tho distilling
of spirituous liquors. Temperance.
Bill 152, relating to the issuing of
executions and proceedings there
Bill 153, to amend tho election
Bill 151, relating to royal patents
to holders of kuleanas. Judiciary.
Bill 117, relative to tho sale and
uso of opium. Opium Committee
Bill 15(5, requiring persons engaged
in trading or mechanical occupation
to bo licensed. To Labor and Judi
Bill 157, restricting Chinese immi
gration. To same Committees.
Bill 158, to authorizo tho Minister
of Finance to allow tho establish
ment of bonded warehouses. Com
Rop. Ashford, on suspension of tho
rules, questioned tho Minister of
Finance, relative to tho means at
hand for tho Govornmont to meet
tho bonds given tho Oahu Railway
Co. Ho also presented a bill from
tho Judiciary Committee prescrib
ing tho duties of tho shorthand re
porter. Noblo Baldwin presented a report
of tho Finance Coininitteo on tho
resolution of Rep. Ashford relating
to tho issuo of certificates lately
made 13 tho Minister of Finance.
There were issued and circulated on
tho 30th of July last, for silver coin
deposited by Bishop & Co., .?10,000
in 510 certificates and 20,000 in 20
certificates. Bishop & Co. accepted
tho larger denomination of certifi
cates that woro in tho Treasury cash
for their $30,000, and a correspond
ing amount in the above-mentioned
smaller denominations of certificates
wore retained in the Treasury for
convenience in paying oil Govern
ment employees. There has since
been received in special deposit from
Bishop it Co. S2,",0()0 more in silver
for which certificates of ?."0 denomi
nation havo been issued direct to
them, and thoy still havo on deposit
S25.(KX) more in silver coin, for which
no certificate-! havo boon issued.
There in now on special deposit in
the Treasury silver coin to tho
amount of 287,000 repiesentod by a
like amount in certificates out
standing. Tho Treasury balance on
Saturday, August (5, was as follows:
Chocks not collected S 21 00
Certificates of doposit.... 20,085 00
Gold -JO.OliO 00
Silver dollars and halves. 3,-li)0 50
Quarters 103 75
Dimes and nickels 2(i 80
Old coin 178 85
On motion the report was accept
ed and tabled for future consider
ation. At 12:05 tho Assembly took
recess until 1:30 p. in.
Tho members woro very slow in
materializing into a quorum, and in
consoquonco Noblo Thurston nt 1:50
moved that there bo an adjourn
ment. Rop. Smith got tho floor and
talked against timo until a quorum
arrived, but immediately thereon, at
1:55, tho motion to adjourn was put
Pacific Hardwaro Co.
White Mountain Too Cream Freoz-
From ono quart to 12 quarts.
Tho larger sizes with 11' wheel.
All attempts to supersede
pat torn havo failed.
Call' and got a Whitman Patent
Riding Bit, nickel plated.
1'acifjo IIarmvam: Co., Ld.
T. 1. Si:vi:hin.
A, W. HnwTi n.
Kuit nt., owr K. (iurt.'H Shoo Storu.
VIEW, LANDSCAPE, and PORTRAIT VIEWS
OF THE ISLANDS,
Such as Natives MitUng I'ol (Irons IIoiiwh
Hawaiian Stylo Hiding lluluhtilii
D.uici'rs Cocoanut (liovcs l'alin
anil Datu (Irovut Stm-t Views
and UuildiiigH WurVcuMiU
filiipplng ami Marino
Views, Kti, Kt.
Alsn a Largo Ctillcctluii uf all l'roinlncnl
ami Intimating Views uf tho Hawaiian
Inland, either Mounted or Unmounted,
Books of Hawaiian Views
Mado up to Order at tho moit ltcatounhlu
Hates in Honolulu. "
Cabiuots SG and S5 a Dozou.
38l . i p, uox jijy .
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Lilihn
street for sale.
A notice of sale under distiaint
A light gray mare lin- bpn lot
by F. W. Macfarlane.
Hoof, Iron & Wine at the New
Drug Store. Price SI.
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic Benson, Smith fs Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith A. Co.,
James F. Morgan will sell ftirni
turcand a square piano at 10 o'clock
Hawaiian Lodge, V. ev. A. M., will
meet this evening for work in tho
Tho Union Peed Co., will hold its
regular quarterly ineetingat its olliee,
11 o'clock Monday.
Tho Golden Rule Bazaar, W. F.
Reynolds, proprietor, h as received a
largo consignment of goods.
Cecil Robert Broad has been ap
pointed Hawaiian Consul at Fal
mouth, England, succeeding Sydney
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at thoir houses bj- Miss
Wolf, 73 Bcretania street. Mutual
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
kea street, opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises lately-occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Office hours, 9 to 12,2 to 1,
and ovenings 6 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Bell telephone 197 ; Mutual G82.
Old Rags Wanted.
Clean white rags, suitable for band
ages, are wanted for uso at tho Bishop
Homo and tho Boys' Home, Leper
Settlement, Molokai. Ring up 281
Mutual telephone, and they will be
sent for; or leave the same at the
oilico of tho Board of Health, or at
J. T. Waterhouso's, Queen street.
OUR STOCK 01
am, or yv'iiioh aim: kkksh. kvkky
At Popular Prices !
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COn.VKIi TOUT AND KINO BTHKHTS.
rrUli: HUSINKRS OK THK I.ATK V. A.
J. Uego of Koloii, Kauai, will hu earrled
mi as heretofore liy his son, M. A. It ego, in
his own name. M, A. Ul'.tiO.
Koloii, Kauai, Aug. J, lh!). lh'J-,rt
VTOTIOK IS HKKKHY OJVKN THAT
xN tho undersigned, (Jhoek Look, has
transferred his share in till business of
Hop Hong Co., tailors, No. 10 Niluaim
street, to (3. Wall Sin, and that tho under
signed has no further responsibility for or
on aeeount of tlio said llriu.
Honolulu, Aug. K, 1WU. I'.li-lw
rplIK UNDKKSKl.NKD.HAVINO HKKN
1 duly appointed Administrator of tho
Kslato of l', A. Itego of Koloa, Kauai, de
ceased, lierebv iiotiltesall persons Indebted
to the said "Kstate that they must make
Immediate payment to him; and all per
sons elalmlng against tlio said K. A. Uego,
deeeased, must pie-ent their elaiius to him
at Koloa, Kauai, within sixy days or thoy
will ho forever barred.
M. A. ItKtiO.
Koloa, Kauai, Aug. 1. ISDJ, 1MI-M
rplIK UNDKUSIONKD. ASSIONKKOK
X the Kstato of Dr. Itielianl Oliver,
Uaiikrupt, of Honolulu, Oahu, hereby
untitles tlio creditors of said Hanlirupt,
that he has submitted his accounts assueh
Assignee and tiled tho same before Hon.
S, U. Dole, Assoelato Justice of tho Sup
reme Court, at his Chambers, to whom ho
will at 10 o'eloeU .v. i. on THUUSDAY,
tint Jbth of August, 1M).', apply for a set
tlement of said aeeount, for it discharge
from all liability as such Assignee, and for
an order to make a llual dividend ; and that
any icrsou may then and there appear and
contest the same.
OHAS. T. (1U1.1CK.
Atulguco Kttato of Dr. It. Oliver.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, leU- " -103-71
t- 1. . .A.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Spreckels' Bank.
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER FIT
IrL A.iry Style of
- HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
103 7ort Street, - - - Drloiiolialvi, H. I.
ai's Hats -
CAN UK KOUN1) AT
nsr.. s. s-Oh:s?
104 Iort Street, Horiolialvi.
Onil.DUKN'.S I.ADK HATS,
OHII.DKKN'S MUM. HATS,
OHII.DUKN'S SII.K HATS,
OHIMHtKN'S MUBMN HATS,
CHIMIKKN'S ST It AW HATS,:- -'
OHII.DUKN'S I.KOHOKN HATS.
INKANTS' I.AOK UONNKTS,
INKANTS' OHIKKON UONNKTS,
INKANTS' MUSI. IN UONNKTS,
INKANTS' SI1.K UONNKTS.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE, CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
HOI MELE HAWAII NOEAU
Will Repeat the Opera of
For tho heiieflit of that church,
Saturday Evening, August 13th,
AT S O'CLOCK.
Tickets will be found at
IIOI.USTKU & CO.,
HAWAIIAN' XKW.S CO.,
IIOHUOX, XKAVMAX & CO.,
KM'I'K ICU (MIRAM PAlM.OltS.
Adults 50c. Children 25c.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T THK ANNUAL MKKTINO
XV Stockholders of tho
Company hold this day, tint following
Ollicers w ore elected for tlio ensiling year:
President . .. Tom May,
Ticasijuir . .(leo. II. ltohortson,
Secretary . A. (I. l.ovekiu,
Auditor . . 1 Wiindonborg,
( .1. O. Carter
Diiveloio .. I A-
(Win. (1. Hrasli.
A. 0. I.OVKKIN,
Secretin v Hoiiomtt Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. in, IMI.', liu-lin
Messrs. Klny Itrot.urv tlmriny njiuf
Hue of (imfioii iii ullier iiie I'arlor
liuselt, Wall lirui'kel, ami M'iiuluw
Gurnet at 7Vcf to jysd tjt titntf.
NOTICE TO SPOHTSMEN 1
A i.i. rnitsoNs aim: kokmddkn'
to l!"li, shoot, drive cattle, or other- I
wUi trt4in4 on niiv of the liropertv of
tho Jl'illyliooly I'l:uitatioli without sjic- i
cial iieriiilion of the tiiidrrsliued. Anv
I iicr-on found on the grounds without
l havliiL' the loiiiil iitinnt Itv of "Hchnltzp
.Stiiokelp" I'nwdfT Cartridges" such ns
Iff. MOllI OtllV 1,V II, 11111
HAWAIIAN llAUinVAUK CO.,
Honolulu, Aug. .',, Iml (I.'d)
Ht'ferrinar to tho above
wo (lush'i (o stato that our supply
Smote Powder Cailiidp
i mi ted
the demand for them
past few weeks, hav-
exeeeded our expectations.
To those of our customers who
contemplate wrestling with the
dodging1 duck and phrolicsome
pheasant on September 1st wo
suggest the advisability of calling
early for their ammunition.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
THK Al STEAMSHIP
Wild. KKAVK HONOLULU
nut tiu: aiiovk rotiTo.s
Wednesday, August 17th,
The undersigned ore now iiroiiarod to
Issue '1 hrough 'I lekets from this eltv to all
Doints in the United States.
Kor further particulars regarding !
or I'ai-age apply to
Wm. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
I!tj-it Oener.il Agents.
For S. S. Australia.
At the Beayer Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
For Mouldin'it, Prmnes, I'uskU, Aria
typr, l'UuUujnu'Hrrt, Et'hiny, uml
tiwryihini) in the line of 7c7tr, ( to
KirijjUlroii., Ilgtil ?fr(W,
tTi Wife fo lr H. I ' 't
p3 vBU 'j, jk isi