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LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Thoro will bo n mooting of (ho
Women's Pntriotic League at. tho
Arion Hall 10 a. m. Wednesday.
A native woman named Ano Konin
was committed to tho Insane Asy
lum I) Magistrate Foster tins morn
ing. No. 1 oimiuo was round the cor
ner of Alakoa street Saturday even
ing whon the hrst tap souuilou on
the Tower boll.
Tho editor of tho Liberal will ap
pear in tho District Court to-morrow
morning to answer to a charge
of criminal libol.
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Xmv .Mnmi on tlio 10th at 111. .10 mln. a. m'
Time Whistle blow at 111. 28iii. :Hs. p.m. ot
Honolulu time, which is tho sanio uh 12h. Oiu.
0s. or Uiccuwlcli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, APRIL 10, 18!)3.
Saturday, April 8.
Am bktne Klikitat, Cutlur, from Port
Stmr iVaimana.lo from Maui and Molokai
Stmr (J U Bishop from Kauai
Sehr Kawaiiani lrom Koolau
Sehr llillo Morris from Koolau
Sunday, April 9.
Am bktno Katio Fliekingor, Mcltao, from
Stmr Claudiue from Maui
Stmr Mikahala from Kauai
Stmr Kaala from Kaliuku
Monday, April 10.
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from Iqui-
t quo, Chile
Brit sehr Norma, Macquario, 02 days from
Sunday, April 0.
S S ChinaSeabury, for San Francisco at
Monday, April 10.
Stmr O R Bishop for Kilauea and Haua-
lei at i p m
Stmr Kinau fur Maui and Hawaii at 2 p nf
Stmr .las Makoe for Kapaa
Stmr Iwalani for Kauai
Stmr Wainmnalo for Molokai and Maui
Stmr .1 A Cummins for Koolau
Stmt Mokolii for Molokai
Sehr Kawailaui for Koolau
Schr Mille Morris for Koolau
The Hawaiian Baseball League
will moot on Wednesday at 12:!I0
o'clock, to niako preparations for
tho coming season.
Six forfeitures of G naclmud two
small fines of $.' and SI for drunk
enness wore recorded this morning
in tho District Court.
Rumor has it that the twilight
mauuahi organ will remove to (ho
oflico of tho dawn lyre iu two weoks.
Misory loves company.
Tho S. S. China which left yester
day for San Francisco carried the
following mail from tho Post Ollice:
201G letters and fl58 papers.
Tho forty cases containing tho
how organ for tho Central Union
Church woro moved from tho wharf
to tho church this morning.
By tho hark H. Hackfold a now
supply of sauorbrunnen, a most
wholosomo table water, lias boon re
ceived by H. Hackfold it Co.
Two Chinamen charged with soil
ing liquor appeared in tho District
Court this morning, and their case
was remanded until Wednesday.
Somo burning rubbish in a yard
on School street, near tho Port
street school, called out tho lire
department on Saturday evening.
Tho P. G-. band will give its usual
concert at Emma Square this even
ing. Last Saturday's concert was
the host ono tho nowbaud has given.
A number of the lady tourists
woro little badges of Hawaiian tlajjs
at tho Opera House on Saturday
evening. They were very becoming.
Until Friday, tho 14th inst., the
Rev. Alex. Mackintosh will be absent
from tho city, ho having left this
morning for a trip around tho isl
and. Tho Japanese who was arrested
on Saturday on suspicion of having
robbed a follow countryman, servant
of Mr. Hackfold, was leleased in tho
Tho barkontino Irmgard will leave
for San Francisco on Wednesday
afternoon at 2 o'clock. All letters
marked by her will bo despatched
by tho Post Ollice.
To-morrow tho S. S. Gaelic from
San Francisco for Yokohama and
Hongkong will bo duo at Honolulu.
She will have four days' later news
than the Alameda.
BAM OK THE P. O.
A Marino Looking for tho Above
Residents on King street were
rudely awakened about midnight
Saturday by a U. S. marine from one
of tho warships iu port. The
marine went to the rear of a
house and began thumping on
tho door. Whon asked who tho in
truder was, ho answered, "A friend."
On being asked what ho wanted he
said that he was looking for tho J'.
G. Tho disturber was told that the
P. G. did not reside in that house,
and ho wont away.
Shortly after ho entered tho next
yard and began rapping on tho rear
door. Tho inmates asked tho man
what ho wanted; he repeated tho
answor he had given before, adding
that ho wanted to see Sam, of tho P.
G. He was not satisfied with the
answer that tho I U. or Sam wasn't
there, but went to the side window
and tried to open it. A man living
inside, armed with a bootjack. scared
tho intruder away, and a telephone
message was sent to tho Station. A
police ollieor arrived and, after a
short search, found the marine
standing on the sidewalk a few j-nrds
above the second house. The ollieor
asked if ho was tho man who had
been in tho aforementioned places.
The marine replied in tho allirmn
tive, explaining that ho was looking
for a man named Sam, belonging to
the P. G. Ho was warned not to
outer private residences for Sain of
tho J'. (Jr., or olso he would bo lauded
in tho L G. Station. He accepted
the warning ami loft.
LOOAL AND GENERAL
Mrs. Manuel Ross, Wailuku,
A pi i 12.
Diamond Head, 8 p. in. Weather,
cloudy; wind, high northeast.
lolani Colleges re
after Easter vaea-
H ARBOR DEEPENING.
In Two Weeks tho Largest Steamer
Calling Hore Can Dock.
Hon. J. A. King, Minister of the
Interior, iu answer to a Bulletin re
porter, said that iu two weoks the
largest steamer that calls here
can safely enter tho harbor and dock.
Tho hydraulic dredge, iu charge of
Captain Maeauley, has been doing
lino work since started inside. When
its present job is completed there
will bo an area four hundred foot in
length and ono hundred feet in
breadth from tho Pacific Mail wharf
dretlged to a depth of 28 to 29 feet.
Tho dredge may have conio high,
but wo had to have it. Its cost will
bo nothing to tho great improve
ment it shall have effected in Hono
lulu harbor. By the scoop drudging
process tho incidental expenses
would probably cost more than the
price of tho now machine. It is no
small gratification to tho Bullhtin
that it was tho only paper in Hono
lulu that showed coulidonco in tho
new drodge, not only after it was
launched but even before it was
built. This it did simply because it
took tho trouble to carefully inves
tigate tho record of a similar dredg
ing apparatus elsewhere. To its
over-wise contemporaries tho Bulle
tin loft tho fool's role of criticising
St. Louis and
Captain Button Sayee, R. N., was
a passenger by tho steamer Kinau
this afternoon for tho Volcano.
Messrs. W. RTCasllo and .1. B.
Athertou loft on tho steamer Kinau
this afternoon for Mahtikona, Ha
waii. Mr. W. W. Naughton, San Fran
cisco Examiner correspondent, left
this afternoon for Hilo and the Vol
Tickets for tho drawing at tho
luau and fair on Saturday can be
had of Miss Keough, Messrs. Waller
and Father Clement.
Mr. B. D. Baldwin, of Maui, and
Miss Voss will be married to-tnor-row.
Tiiey expect to leave in the
aflornoon for their future home on
By special permission of Commis
sioner J. II. Blount, himself and
wife were photographed on the lawn
in Trout of Snow -jjtottnge, where
thoy are residing, Jc-'torday. The ,
pictures, which are handsome anil '
life-like, are on exhibition at the
Aloha Gallery, Fort street.
At a convention of teachers held I
at Wailuku lately, tho Maui Teach
ers' Association' was formed, with
tho following ollicers: H. S. Town
send, president; J. A. Moore, J. L.
Dumas and F. W. Hard, vice-presidents;
Miss Mossninn, secretary; W.
C. Crook, D. D. Baldwin, Peter Noa,
At tho execution sale in front of
tho Marshal's ollice to-day, Mr. J. G.
Hopp bought tho right, titlo and
interest of Captain Davies iu pro
perty valued over SMUX) for Slot). It
might have been a good bargain, woro
it not for the fact that tho property
is heavily mortgaged, and tho pur
chaser assumes all tho debts.
fill II I itiu.-i -w.i .., .J, .., j.
A Beaton Boy's Eyoe'ght
SavodPorhaps His Lifo
By Hood's Sursnpttrllla Blood Poi
soned by Ciinltcr.
Head tlio following from a grateful mothon
" My llttlo boy 1ml Scarlet rover whon -1 years
old, and it lofthli Tory weak and wll'i blood
polnoncd irllh cnnlcrt'. Ills eyej liccame
solnllamcd that hi isuder'-nt'i were Intense, and
for seven weeks ho
Could Not Open His Eyas.
I took lilra twice during tr-at tlmo to thij Eya
and Ear Inflrmar; on Chailou street, but their
remedies failed to do him tlio faintest shadow
ot good. I commenced rjlvlng him Hood's
Bannparlllfi and It soon cured him. I havs
never doubted that It anreil hfn n'ebt. ecn
if not lit Tory lifo. You may mo this tes
timonial In any way you choose, lumalwajs
ready to sound the pralio ot
becausoot tho wonderful good It did my son."
Aiinin P. Blackman, 2888 Washington St,
Boston, Mais. Get riOOD'S.
HOOD'S PiLL8 lmnd m.i'lo, and are pus
t act In composition, proportion and appearance
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Btroet, Honolulu,
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children!
The Well-known P. D. Corsets ,ka,!S
.The G. P. and R. & G. Corsets
A KU I.I, AS
The R. & G. Nursing Corsets, The R. & 6. Summer Corsets,
These nro Extra Ixnig Vnit and Well Kitting.
Mm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Are Comfortable and Yerj Light in Weight.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING CORSET
The Ferris Good Coimiioii Sense Waists
I'or Children, Ucr-t for Health, Comfort and Wear.
Children's Corded "Waists for 40 cts.
CO.MK AND SKB OUIt
Beat's All Corset wliicli we are Selling at 50 Gents
A KIMK ASSOKTMKNT OK
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
Vessels Loaving To-morrow.
Htnir Wnialcalo for Lahaina and Ilaum-
kna nt 1 l m
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at f m
hitnir Claudiue for Maui at ." i m
Car(r033 from. Island Forts.
Stmr Milcalmla THISS bags .sugar, 0
rice, 150 r-heen, 1(15 goat bkins, U
hides, 05 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Claudiue 1!MU bags .-rngar, 2'7 bags
potatoes, 5S bags corn, 'M bags tarn, BIS
bides, 111 hogs, 33 bbls molns-es, lll
feet koa lumber and 83 jikgs wundries.
Krom Kaui'i, per stmr Mikahala, April
U-C M Cooko, JF Hackfold, ltov H Ii-en-berg
and wife, Carl lsenborg, Miss l'anlino
Isqnberg, Miss Julia lsenborg, Miss Ithoda
Isenbcrg, Miss Anna lhenhoig, Miss Maria
Isenberg, MUs Louisa Isenbcrg, Master
Henry rsenborg, W lilaisdell. C J) I'ringlo,
Miss Auhagen, M .1 1'erreira, Mrs Lily
Kawelo and child, Sal Kco, Chung Sum
and 75 deck.
Krom Maui, per stmr Claudiue, April !)
G I' Wilder, John Gininwild, K Wittrouk,
W G Martin. It I) Walbridgo, Miss Cun
niiigbam, Miss Needham, Mrs 1) i) llald-
win, Futher Valentine, llro Michael, IJro
Louis. lro James, .1 0 Long, N W Alull.
Miss K K Crook, (' W Ilnldwin. Mrs K 11
Friel and 3 children, W Oakley, A M
Hewett, Mr Montgomery ami -13 dock.
I'or Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinac,
April 1( For Volcano: ' J Crano ami
wife, G Kuiint, Mr Kiuill'iiiiui, J H Kim
ball, Captain J! Sayce, W H Cole, W W
Naughton. Forwav ports: 11 (! Austin
and family, Mrs llond, W K Castle, J 11
Athertou, 1'aul .larret, C H Diekcv, C U
Wells, .1 Moliicrny, .1 W Cummlngs, L
Holden, Dr It A Moore, Mrs Collin-, Miss
Welsh, (J K Kluegel, Mrs Luscouibe, T It
Keyworth and others.
For San Kraneisco, per H S China, Apiil
It M S Smith and xurv.mt, F M llallock,
S lglick, Mrs (1 T Kimiiji, K V Church, Mrs
and Miss KlIiot.Mraud Mrs Wliitnev, Miss
KntoMcGrew, Mrs Opfurgolt and i chil
dren, Mrs F v MuCliiisnoy, Mrllcaeh.Mr-i
James, Miss Tillotson, Mi's I'tta lturgess,
l'rof Charlii'-, VI in steerage and "3 miIoou
passengers in transit from Hongkong and
Tho Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch. K. 1".
Drew mastui', arrived this morning in bal
last from lijulquu, Chile, to loud sugar for
Tho British sehoouor Norma, Mncimnrlo
master, arrived this afteinoou, 112 Uiivh
from Yokohama, with a general cargo, T.
11. Davies & Co. aie her agents.
Captain Maeauley, formerly of
tho Inter-Islaud Steam Navigation
Co.'s iloet, has been commissioned as
a pilot for the port of Honolulu.
His appointment will give general
Through tickets to the World's
Fair and rot urn are to be had of W.
G. Irwin $z Co., L'd. By procuring
tickets at their ollice an advantage
of increased reduction over that of
land faros is pre-ented.
Miss Burgess, of Kawaiahao .Semi
nary, who has delighted Honolulu
audiences with her vocal renditions,
left on tho S. S. China yesterday.
Tho vouii? lady received news by
tho S. S. Alameda of the illness of
On the lot formerly occupied by
Wall's skating rink, in front of tho
Enterprise planing mill, Queen
street, M John C. White, late
Superintendent of Water Worhs. is
having a largo building erected for
a uiachiuo shop.
Mr John F. Bowler has completed
the lavintr of a cement floor on each
side of tho driveway, extendim, from
Queen to Merchant street, in W. G.
Irwin & Co.'s mammoth new ware
house. The flours are 20 inches
higher than the drhoway.
The Liberal gives the following
trioaa representative Hawaiian an
nexationists: II. W. Wilcox (Italian
horo), Geo. Markhnm and Kobort
IJoyd. It does not say that the lat
ter two turned state's evidence and
betrayed the heroin tho unsuccess
ful revolution of JS8i).
The stables in the vicinity of Ka
piolani Park are beginning to be
alive with hoires unci trainers get
ting into trim lor tho annual rates
to take place on Kainehatneha Dav,
.Mine llth. Mr. W. 11. Bickard, ol
Hamakua, has some lino animals iu
The Hawaiian National Band gave
a concert at tho Hawaiian Hotel on
Saturday evening, for the benefit of
through passengers on the S. S.
China, and thj Hotel's guests. It
played iu splendid style and its
singing was xiiporh. Applause was
long and loud after hovoral of the
An Abortive Boycott.
Not ono paper les-- was printed on
account of the boycott on the Bul
letin of April Fool day. Yet it was
impossible this morning to (ill an or
der for a single copy of either
Thur-day or Friday's Bulletin.
Yesterday's mails from the other
islands brought a fresh batch of now
subscribers paid from three to twelve
niont lis in advance. The advert ising
boycott has also failed utterly.
Since February 1 when it began
more now contracts for permanent
advertising have been made than
those cancelled. Business men who
care to know the value of this paper
as an advert isinj' medium are invited
to call and watch the automatic
counter attached to the pioss cheek
ing oil' the edition in plain figures.
They will then know who is the
woio hurt- tho Bcllehn or tho
merchant who fails to reach the
Bulletin's readers with a description
of hi. wares.
Of all season:- in the year, is the
one for making radical changes in
regard to health. During tho win
ter, the system becomes to a certain
extent clogged with waste, and the
blood loaded with impurities, owing
to lack of exercise, close confine
ment in poorly ventilated shops and
homes, and other causes. This is
lhecau-o of the dull, sluggish, tired
feeling so general at this season, and
which must bo overcome, or the
health may be entirely broken down.
Hood's Sa'r.-aparilla has attained the
greatest popularity all over the
country as the favonto Spring Medi
cine. It expels the accumulation of
iiuptiriiics through tiie bowels, kid
neys., liver, luugn and skin, gives to
the blood the purity and quality
necessary to good health and over
comes that lircd feeling.
It. V. Wilcox Uses a Cane on Charles
Hobt. W. Wilcox made a cow'ardly
attack on Chas. Clark this afternoon
ou King street, in front of H. F.
Bertolmanu's carpenter shop. An
eyewitness gives the following particulars:
Clark was arguing with George
Maikham on a political point, while
K. W. Wilcox was standing behind
Clark. Clark made some allusion to
Wilcox, when tho latlor without war
ning struck Clark from behind with
his cane, cutting his face and knock
ing him down. Wilcox mado another
stroke at the prostrate man, but tho
blow was warded off by Mr. Camp
bell, formerly of tho Government
electric light works.
Capt. H. Juou, II. von Worthorn,
Jr., and several ollicers woro around,
but. did not, interfbro. Clark got up
and challenged Wilcox to a fair tight,
when tho annexationists interfered.
Clark was pretty badly injured.
Hearing: at Circuit Court Chauibors
Judge Whiting presides at Circuit
Court Chambers tiiis week.
To-day the presiding Judge is
hearing a bill in equity of Kuin
King alias Yam Kin vs. Kahuna and
others. It is a water rights contest.
There are three other cases
docketed for to-day, which may be
heard by Judge Cooper this after
noon. To-morrow will be tho Int day
for the service of summons for the
May jury term.
Mr. Henry Smith, Clerk of the
Judiciary, begins, with this week's
steamers, to supplyJJCirciiit Courts
of the other islands with tho Session
Laws, of lS'.rJ.
FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
JOHN" A. McOALL, President.
S3TJ1&M: AJRY" OF
Interest, Rents, etc
Endowments and Annuities
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, etc.
Total to Policy-liolta
of New Policies Issued 06,259
of New Insurance Written $17:5,005,070.00
CONDITION JAN. 1, 1893.
The under-dgno 1 aro prepared to give in
tending Tourist- the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
Liabilities, -1 Percent Standard $120,694,250.89
Policies in Force 224,008
Insurance in Force !(!()S9,24S,029.00
Benefits to Policy-holders
Surplus. . .
General Agent for the Hnwniian Inlands.
ot with board at llaui-
draught at Benson,
Hoot Beer on
rfinith ic Co.'s.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agent,
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith w Co,,
McLennan, I'll Fort street,
Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
.Mutual Telephone 'Wii.
Cll.NNKOTION WITH TIIK 8TK.VM
KltS OK Till
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San Franolsoo
! UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Of" Nrow 2SeB.la.ncl.
TU KITH Hit Til HA0i:.IS NOII O'.VX-
ll ersof the ifrillsh m-Ii. Miner ' Norma"
My wife was confined to her bod
lor ovor two months with a very so
yoro attack of rheumatism. We
could got nothing that would alfoul
hor any relief, and as a last resort
gavo Chamberlain's Pain' Balm a
trial. To our great surprise sho bo
gan to improve after tho first appli
cation, and by using it regularly she
was soon able to got up and attend
to house work, K II. Johnson, of
C.J. Kniitson & Co., Kensington,
Minn. 50 cent bottles for sale by
all dealer?. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for the Hawaiian Inlands.
l'rof, F. Lombard, A. B,, will con
tinue giving instruction in private
and iu oltwses French, Spanish,
and Latin, Residence, Alakoa street,
pour V. M. C. A.
Tho final bout in tho wrestling
tournament for the championship
between W. Wilder and J. Nakuina
will take place to-morrow evening
at the boat house. Among the pre
liminaries will be exhibitions of the
manly art of self defense by the
pupils, and professional club-.swing-ing
by E. J. Noicott, of thK U. S. S.
Dealers who are up with t ho march
of progress in Hawaii uei will have
1 1 io sagacity to handle home imiuu
fadures rai her than imported when
tl.'ey find that the Hawaiian article
iHwhat their ciisloimus want. If the
article is soap, for iuMituce, all they
have to do is to ask those who have
used the uitiko of tho Hawaiian Soap
Works Co. what they think of it.
The Handul Rocittil.
By special roouest, Mr. Fii'dish
will, at tho conelunioii of his Handel
loot uio, give the humoroii.s musical
sketch, "Mrs. Sutherland Toinpkyus
at Homo" introducing the French,
German and Fnglish part song the
instrumental trio, and concluding
with tho variations on "AI3 Grand
father's Clock." As this is Mr. Kng
llsh's farewell aptiearauce those who
have not heard this musical sketch :
should not lose the last opportunity. 1
Letter from tho British to tho Ha- '
wniian Queen. 1
My the Alameda's mail Queen
Liliuokalaiii received an autograph '
letter, couched iu friendly ami
sympathetic tunnb, fiom Queen Vic
toria. It was addionsed to "Her
Majesty Queen Liliuoltalaiii." j
Elder S. S. Beaver, of .McAllister-'
vilh, .luiiiatia Co., Pa., says iiis wife 1
is subject to cramp in the stomach. 1
Last niiiuinef she tried Chamlmr
lain'n Colic, Cholera and Diaiilnea
lieiiiedy for it, and was much pleas
ed with the speedy relief it a Hord
ed, See has since used it whenever
uociKMiry and found that it never
fails, i'or sale by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith iV Co., ageiilh fur the
will be responsible foraiix
by master or cruw.
lebts loiitiaeti d
j SXf Further piirlii'iilars may bo had
' upon application.
V-'OMEN'B PATRIOTIC LKAGUE. I
1IKKK WILL III! A MKKTINU OK
the Women's I'aiiiiitiu l.eaumi at tho
.rlon Hall on Vt l'.lJM.Mt.Y. -iwil.M.Ml
at IU o'ulock.
20 lbs. W
Your doctor fully requested
will tell you Our Store and ti
It la the Samim.k of the
to call at
I By the Bdrk "H. Hackfold11
A NI'AV sriMM.Y OK
on S.U.I-: n y
H. HAOKFELD & CO.
A dainty new book, Tht Baby, by the
best authorities on baby life, free to every
mother who sends her address
THOMAS LHBMINa & COMPANY,
73 Warren St., New York.
Pure Milk Pood!
And reqiures only tho addi
tion of Water to pre
pare it for tibe.
Large Packages 50 Cts
DR. M. GOTO,
Physician and Surgeon
''mi be eonsultiMl at hi" rcfldi-nw at Keo-
iieiilii, on tin' matlka side of King and Kwu
, side of l.llihii street, init-t formerly oeeu
I pied by Mr. (leo, I.. Deha.
Will Vaccinate from Puro Vac
i cino Matter I
HOLLISTER & CO.,
Fort Street, - - - Konol-ulvi, H.
JE5. Jfc?'- ZELjJzLJ.
SS PORT STR,HlfaT.
IC6f- On i i: llianw:
and from '.' t" a r. i.
From s to in . m.
('net and i
taf-o of Hl
K. II. II K.N Dlt V
at Hawaiian ilardwiuu Co.'s Mow,
ii'K I'ltOM III:- i mi v,
In sliei'l ears a lUvftSini OU.SI I'lllX AH IIOOKK KVATM OH
oiiVKtiluiii i nt- g-jii'jjSjutfT. I I'luru, vithur in limn or on planta
, ItiMiiii., l-arce &!jiiX33- ,, .,,. -"It,," this ulll iNUt
and ( liirhi'ii Ileum. Aiii,I In , -
executed tit the
ttratly umt promjitlii
AITKK TAKINti STOCK Abb KlN'Dd
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At bull tlio former cost.
Velvet & Smyrna DRigs
In all slues -greatly reiblied.
Woolen Goods in Plain, Slrlpad & Plaids, B8low Cost !
Emr- In fuet wo oltur liniuuiuo llari;.ilii In all Dupurtmout'. '
13T DreuuukJuti Uudor tUn UiiUBemoat of MISS X. GLUUL jj