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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FHOM AND AFTEH JUNE 1. 1803.
To Ewa Mill.
Leave Penrl City,.
Arrtvo Ewa Mill, , .
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Lcnvo Kwa Mill o':2i 10: 13
Leave Penrl Olty 0:55 11:15
Arrivo Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A vory dusty day.
Palaoo Walk is boing rouiado with
a stono bottom.
A dwelling house at Pearl City is
for lease or sale. Sue advl.
King street on the Ewa sido
Nuunuu street is being repaired.
Go to the California Food Co. for
your horse feed. Both tolophoiios
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A native cho fa gamostor was fined
SI in tho Distriot Court this morn
ii'B. Painters will find something of
value to them under the heading of
All kinds of watches aud clocks
cleaned and repaired by T. Lindsay,
John K. Wilder is reported to bo
a loading candidate for Jailor of
.The steamer Mikahnla mot tho U.
S. cruisor Boston going into Lahaina
Plasterers are at work in the
stores on tho ground iloor of the
Tho U. S. cruisor Boston left tho
harbor yestordaj' afternoon, for hor
cruise to Lahaina.
Tho police will drill under tho
command of Captain R. Parkor at 5
o'clock to-morrow morning.
Doputy Attorney-General Gard
uor K. Wilder loft for Waialao this
morning for a short, vacation.
LIFE OF IiOOAk SPOflWS.
Coming Attractions in
Sinco it has been dofinitoly soltlod,
with forfeit monoy of $50 put up
with tho Bulletin, that tho long
tnlkod-of boat raco botweon tho Hoa
lanis and tho Myrtles was to take
placo on Oct. 7th, thoro has boon
cousidorablo talk among tho local
boatmon. Messrs. A. W. Carter and
A. G. M. Robertson, who roturnod
from tho Statos latoly, woro active
mombors of tho Myrtlo Boat Club
proviously ,and pulled in many a
winning crow. As it has boon rum
ored that both will outer tho Myr
tlo's boat in tho coming raco, it has
mado quite a stir in tho Hoalani
club. Both aro good oarsmon,
Cartor's usual position being stroke
Tho Myrtlos tako a spin in tho har
bor ovory oveuiug, but thoy have not
as yot, gono into active training.
Thoy havo a much strongor crow
than last yoar aud tho Hoalanis, tho
present champions, will have to look
to thoir laurels if thoy wish to main
tain thoir present position.
Tho Hoalani Boat Club, or the
boys of tho royal bluo as thoy aro
dubbed, will outer tho same crew as
last yoar with tho oxcoption of H. J.
Gallagher, E. Holt taking his placo.
Thoy will pull in tho same boat, tho
"Carl W.," and although not oxactly
confident, tho blues are of tho opin
ion that tho Myrtlos will havo to
pull, and mighty hard too to win.
MUSJOAIi AND BO OI AIi.
Lust quarter of the moon on tho 1th, ut Hi.
Time Wlilstlo blows nt Hi. 23m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which i tho same ns i'ili. 0m.
0s. of Greenwich timu.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FEIDAY, AUG. 4, 1893.
L. J. Lovoy will soil tho effects of
tho lalo It' (J. Barnofiold at tho Ar
lington at 11 o'clock to-morrow.
Rico planting began about five
days ago, and to-day tho planters
are at work in earliest at Palama.
Fiiiday, Aug. 4.
Stmr Mlknhnla from Hawaii and Maui
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Mikahnla 1025 bags sugar, 38 bags
coil'ee, 51 bags awa, 30 head cattle, 10
hogs and 00 pkgs merchandise.
Foreign Vessels Expectod.
from San Fran-
Br S S Gaelic, from China, Aug 7
Am bk Martha Davis from
Am bk Annie Johnson,
cibco for Hilu. Julv 31
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Fiancis-co for
Kabului, Aug 5
Bktne Klikitat, from 1'uget. Sound, due
Ger bk J G Pfluger, from Bremen, due Out
Ger bk Paul Isenberg from Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am schr Olga from Tacoma
Am bk Amelia, from Pugot Sound, Aug 30
Am bk Albert, from Ban Francisco, Aug 10
Vessels in Fort.
USS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Am bk Elizabeth Graham, Anderson, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bktne S N Castle, Hubbard, from San
Br bk Partheuope, Heal, from Newcastle,
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Ger bk G W Wilcox, Walters, from Liver
pool Br bk Ladstock, Williams, from Livorpool
From Maui and Hawaii, por stmr Mika
bala, Aug 4 Col S Norris, M D Garrett
and wife, Miss M J Malone, Miss Kmma
Blake, E Hardy, M Hardy, Oliver Nannie,
Mrs G Apo, M P Harris and wifo, Mrs
Bretteville. J Gilfillan and wife. Kev O P
Emerson, E Muller, Miss M Dohcrty, Miss
A Shaw, Miss Daisy Eliza, Mrs 8 Nowlein
and servant. Miss L Makalua, Miss M Bare
naba, Miss Loong, Mrs Kaimi, D Morton
and wifo and 41 deck.
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DEFIANT LEPERS OF EWA.
Diamond Head, 3 p. in. Weather
clear; wind light northeast; steamer
Mikaliala aud schooner Mary Foster
Admiral Skerrott's flag has beon
transferred to the U. S. S. Adams,
during tho absence of the U. S. S.
J. F. Mortran will hold an assipr-
iieo's sale of carriago horses, harness
aud express at his salesroom to-morrow
Tho Paradise of the Pacific for
July is out, containing many arti
cles, original aud selected, pertain
ing to Hawaiian attractions.
Chas. Winchester of tho Wator
Works this afternoon moved tho
hydrant at Alakea and Hotol streets
to the outer corner of tho curbing.
Tho Pofat Office despatched 2770
letters and 9G7 papers by tho S. S.
City of New York for tho Coast last
night. The steamer loft at 11
Bide Wild Horses
Manuol and Aikulani, tho armed
lepers in tho Waiawa Vallo', Ewa,
are both men about twenty-eight
years old. Manuol's brother was iu
town this morning, and in conversa
tion with a Bulletin reporter stated
that both men have bocome desper
ate and will not bo taken alive. Thoy
havo plenty to eat and a goodly sup
ply of ammunition. Thoro aro any
number of horses in tho valley, aud
the mon emploj' themselves riding
the animals bareback, Indian fash
ion. Manuel is a fine rider and a
good shot. His wifo and child died
not long ago, Kaloiwahea, auothor
leper outlaw, is in Halawa valley.
Rooms to lot with board at llani
Root Beer on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
After Bhaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co,, Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. It. I. Mooro, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington IIou&o,
Hotol street Parlor No, 2.
Silk Hawaiian Flags, in three
sizes, to uu linu ol illumes Umllur.
No steps have been takou as yot
with regard to furnishing a water
supply at Kalilii, although the mat
tor has been before tho Councils for
""Thoro was a fire iu tho rubbish of
tho" cane fields at Ewa last night,
which attracted alarmed attention
in tho city as well as the country
rouud tho plantation.
Tho robbery case in which three
Chinese infonnors are implicated
was concludod in tho District Court
yesterday afternoon, after a two
days' session. Judgment was re
served until Saturday.
Polos for electric conductors have
beon prevented from being sot up at
tho corner ot the now Masonic Tem
ple. It would boi a shame to havo
the view of tho building spoiled
with huge Umbers close by it.
A number of foreigners and na
tives came off tho S. S. City of Now
York yesterday with a threo-coruor-od
jag on. Tho Chinese sailor for
ward had been getting his work in
with tho "ton cents a bowl" racket.
Tho Advertisor publishes a report
that soldiers stationed at tho Execu
tive building cheered for the Queen
tho other night. It calls it a ''royal
ist" report aud denies its truth, al
though tho story was first told by a
soldier from tho barracks.
Whilo tho concert was going on
last night, a native youngster was
run over by a bafoty, on Richards
street opposite tho Hotol. Tho
rider mado it up with his victim,
who was not much hurt, but it is
.said thore was no light on tho vehi
cle as required by law.
A native ollicer stationed uoar tho
Empire Saloon heard two Chinamen
conversing about buying opium
about noon to-tlay, and on searching
one named Seo Puu fouud a horn of
opium in his pocket. Pun was ar
rested for having opium in posses
sion. The ollicer understood the
Last night's concert by tho P. G.
baud, for the pleasure of passeugers
by tho City of New York, attracted
a goodly crowd at the Hotel. U. S.
Minister Blount and Admiral Sker
rott aud family were among the
groups in the hinai. After the con
cert Bandmaster Berger gave piano
music for waltzing iu tlio parlor.
Tho Hoalauis also take daily spins
in the harbor. Tho raco for tho
pennant will take placo on tho Pen
insula courso at Poarl city.
Tho wrestling championship was
won by .tamos bponcor about
three weeks ago at the armory, ho
boing awarded tho modal emblem
atic of tho title. Nothing has boon
hoard since of Prof. Lohoido's athle
tic school of culture, and it is bo
lievod that tho club has gono to tho
wall, as ovory other athlotic school
has done here. Ono of tho subjects
of instruction at Lohoido's school
was club swinging. Looking to tho
advancement of tho latter class John
Tunoy, of tho U. S. S. Boston, has
startod a class in club swinging, aud
has already ton mombors in courso
of training, among thom being Jas.
Spencer, stroke oar of tho Hoalani
crow. Tunoy gave an exhibition in
club swinging at tho armory at tho
lato entertainment, and somo ol
those present wore so taken up with
his swinging that they requested
him to form a class.
With tho oxception of a practico
game of cricket thoro will bo no
athletic attraction on Saturday after
noon. Tho weok following, how
ovor, there will bo two attractions,
the football game and the- foot race
between tho "bloods." There wilL
be an annexationist and a royalist in
tho race. Tho U. S. flagship's band
will bo in attendance to "whoop hor
Tho Amateur League will open
the season on tho Saturday follow
ing the football match, tho Planets
and Hoalanis crossing bats in tho
Mr. Gardner, who has an average
score record in Now Zealand as a
cricketer, and was captain of tho
Auckland club, arrived in town lato
ly, and will give tho local team a
fow pointers. Tho Now Zoalander
has boon on the grounds at practico
The committee appointed by the
Pacific Wheolmou to negotiate for
tho construction of a raco track will
moot in two or three days. It has
beon decided to build the track in
town aud not at Pearl City, a num
ber of the cyclists being unable to
go down thoro.
CAPTAIN GOOD'S VICTIM.
Pleasant Entortninmont by St.
drew's Church Association.
St. Andrew's Cathedral schoolroom
was.fillod by old and young people
last night. Tho occasion was tho
monthly mooting and social of St.
Andrew's Church Association. Cap
tain H. W. Mist, R.N., president, was
in tho chair, and Mr. W. L, Stanloy,
secretary, road tho minutes of the
proviouB mooting. Thon tho presi
dent without furthor preliminary
began calling off tho program.
A piano aud organ uuot by Messrs.
F. M. Wakofiold and Wray Taylor
was woll playod. It was tho inter
mezzo in Cavalloria Rusticana, which
has boon a groat orchestral hit
abroad. Tho glee club latoly organ
ized in connection with tho Associa
tion sang tho "Song of tho Triton"
in fino stylo, Mr. wakofiold, loader,
playing tho piano accompanimont.
Mrs. JMuIIor sang, "van you then
lovo anothor," Miss von Holt being
accompanist. It was a long soloc
tion, but tho singer sustained "croar
notes throughout. Mrs. Mullor is a
rocont valuable addition to tho musi
cal talont of Honolulu. Messrs.
Taylor and Wakofiold noxt gave a
duot on tho violoncello aud piauo,
tho solection boing a cavatino by
Fitzenhagon. It was delightfully
Mrs. E. D. Tennoy won a hearty
oncoro by hor singing of "Loves
Sorrow," and rospoudoa with, " 'Tis
all that I can say." Thon tho glee
club concludod tho musical part
with "Flour do Lis," Mr. Wakofiold
again at tho piano. It is learned
that tho gloo club has como to Btay
a whilo at least and tho public has
reason to joyfully look forward to
its appoaranccs. Mr. Wakofiold has
proved himself to bo a successful
loadorKby whoso aid musical inter
ests hero will surely bo promoted.
Aftor music came refreshments
and social conversation. Ico cream
aud sherbets with cako woro passed
around by tho refreshment commit
too. For those desiring extra com
fort and teto-a-toto groups, thore
woro small tables covered with snowy
linen disposed about the room. Be
sides local guosts aud mombors of
the Association, there wore prosont
Rev. Dr. Wakefield, rector of Trinity
Church, San Jose, Cal., Miss Wake
field, and Mr. J. B. Alexander of
Mrs. STary E. O'Fallon
of riqua, O., tSLjt tlio Ihy
llclan nro Astonished,
and look at hor Ulco oue
id from fte Dead
Long and Torriblo Illness
from Blood Poisoning
Completely Cured by Hood's
Mrs. Mary E. O'Fallon, a very Intelligent
lady ot Plqun, Ohio, was poisoned whilo as
sisting physicians at an autopsy 5 years ago,
and soon terrible ulcers broke out on her
head, arms, tongtio and throat, nor hair all
came out. She weighed but 78 lbs., aud saw
no prospect ot help. At last slio began to
tako Hood's Sarsapatllla and at onoo Im
proved; could soon get out ot bod and walk.
She says: " 1 became porfeotly cured by
and am now a well woman. I weigh 128 lbs.,
cat well and do the work for a largo family.
Jly caie seems a wonderful recovery and
physicians look at mo In astonishment, as
almost like one rnincd from the dead."
HOOD'S PlLLB should bo In ovcrr family
medicine ehoit. Once mod. always preferred.
HOBHOX, NEWMAN' .t CO..
Agents for Hawaiian Inlands.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
5SO Port Street, Honolulu..
Housekeepers Attention !
20 Per Cent Discount.
Watches & Clocks
Lace Curtain Net by the Yard I
Nottingham Lace Curtains!
Embroidered Lace Curtains!
Antique Lace, Scrim Curtains !
20 PER CENT DISCOUNT
"Will be allowed on all purchases of the above mentioned
Articles during THIS WEEK.
Pay tho Man.
Gus. Johnson, a member of the U.
S. flagship band, was kept on board
tho U. S. cruiser Boston one month
for breaking his liberty. Yesterday
afternoon before the cruiser left
Johnson was allowed on shore. Now
Johnson sa3's there aro a number of
peoplo iu town who owe him some
money, and ho would like vory much
if they came up with tho "spondu-
ior a lame oaclt or lor a pain in
the sido or chest, try saturating a
piece of flannel with Chamberlain's
Fain Balm aud binding it onto tho
affected parts. This treatment will
cure any ordinary case in one or two
days. Pain Balm also cures rheum
atism. 50 cent bottles for salo by
all dealers. Benson, Smith & Co.,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Jeweler and Watchmaker.
Mclnerny Block, - - Fort Street,
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
TO LEASE OB FOR SALE.
THE PREMISES AT
Pearl City, Ewa, with
tho Swelling and Stables
thereon formerly occuoietl
by B. T. White. Terms reasonable and
possession given at once. Amily to
703-2W JOHN P. UOLBUilN.
No. 15 Knahuiuaiiu
Dr. Goo. II. lluddy, D. D. S
removed his olliuo from King street
to iiorulanm Hlroot, near Kmma.
W. 11. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has roturnod from -Kauai and
may bo found at tlio Arlington
Hotel as usual,
Dr. M. 13. Grossman, D. D.S., hav
ing roturnod from tho Coast, lias re
Hiiiiied tlio practice of his pnifonsion
at liis old otlli'o on Hotel hi rout.
Loialoha Receives a Donation After
Seven Months' Waiting.
On tho afternoon of Jan. 17th a
polico ollicer named Loialoha was
r shot by Mr. Good, now Captain in
tho P. G. army, while in the execu
tion of his duty on Fort street. Loi
aloha intercepted Good and the lat
ter shot tho ollicer in tho shoulder.
In cousequouco of his injuries Loi
aloha was laid up in tho Queen's
hospital nearly throe months. A
fow days after entering tho hospital
a letter of condolenco was sent Loi
aloha with a subscription of $200.
It appears, howovor, that tho dona
tion was only on- paper.
Loialoha recovered from his injur
ies and camo out as woll as ovor ono
Saturday two months ago. On tho
Monday following his roloase ho
went to seo President Dole iu con
nection with tho S200, thinking that
perhaps Mr. Dolo had tho money
awaiting his call. Mr. Dolo told tho
ollicer that ho did not havo tho mo
noy thon, aud askod him to wait. A
week or two subsequently Loialoha
mado another call on tho president,
but was unsuccessful as at tho first.
Iu addition to being told that the
11101103" was uo1 roauy lor mm, .Loi
aloha was told not to como any moro
until ho was sent for. It was vory
natural that the man should bo an
xious for tho 200, us thoro was such
a "blow" about it whou tho lattor
was sent to tho hospital. At tho
time, tho subscription was re
garded as a charitable donation,
and ample compensation for injur
ies inflicted by a man who at tho
time was a rebel against tho consti
tuted government. Loialoha gavo
up all hope of getting tho monoy.
lie wiih agreeably surprised, how
ovor, whou Councillor Emmoluth
called him into his storo on Nuuatiu
LAND FOR SALE
AT IWILEI, HONOLULU,
Oahu, a Valuable Pieee
of Land, close to Kov. J. AVui
amau's property, and known as
"Palao's Laud." Terms cash.
Apply to J. V. KAHAUJIIA,
at Kalihi Poi Factory.
Or through Bell Tele. 345, Mutual Tele. 577.
The undersigned having been appointed
Sole Agents or the Hawaiian Islands
roit TilE CKLUHUATEU
FHOM THE WOltKfa OP
Burham, "Williams & Co.,
Are now prepared to give Estimates und
ruueivu Orders for these Engines,
of any size and style.
Thoro was a luau at Niolopa, near
tho old ico woikd to-day, and as is
boor. A couple of tlio luauans got ! ?tr'i0t L ,urj"ln.v lt mid ha idoil
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The Baldwin Locomotive Works
AllE NOW MANUrACTUHINO A
BTYLK OP LOUOMOTIVK
Adapted for Plantation Purposes
A number of whieh have recently been
received at these Islunds, and wo will have
pleasure lu furnishing plantation agents
and munagers with particulars of same.
Tlio dredger did uot begin work
into a hcran, and one was struck
over tho eye with a beer bottle, in
llicting a cut about two inolion loug.
Tho btnkor, an elderly native named
Kcoki, was arrested for assault aud
The bankrupt t-ulo of the Mel
bourne and liolfnst stock iu going
tu at Wui'uku, Maui. Aftor linibh
ing thoro the salo will be transferred
to Kohala and llilo, Hawaii. From
Hilo tlio stock will bo taken to
Kauai, ho that Mr. J. P. Murphy will
make a tour of the inland, itoturu-
was not uuacceptaolo oven alter the
long waiting of ovor six months
upon tho generosity of tho party
that claims to own niiio-toulliH of
tho Hawaiian earth.
Mr. 11. .I.MayorH,of Oakland, Md,,
says: "I huvo sold'thirtuon bottles
of Chamberlain's Cough Houiody
to-day an 1 am literally sold out.
This is tho largest sale on record of
, any 0110 preparation in n day ovor
our counters. It gives tho best sat
isfaction of auv coiil'Ii medicino wo!
nig to Honolulu tho agents will 1 handle, and us a boiler it load, all
leave for Vancouver, wlimo there will other preparations mi this inailtot. '
The Superiority of the Locomotives
over all other makes Is known uot only
hero but is acknowledged throughout the
WW. G. IRWIN & CO., Ltd.,
Sole Agents (or the Hawaiian Islands.
make from an artificially pro
ducer! GUM almost as elastic as
INDIA ItUBBER, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to the consistency of an
oil, can bo mixed with all pig
ments, and used in the same
manner as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. 1 1 lasts longor, gives
a richer gloss, covers bettor and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and best linseed
It possesses tho remarkable
property of "covering" with
much less pigment than any
other oil. It also mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
From tlio Manager ol Paaubau Plantation
Co,, llamakua, Hawaii.
Wm. Li.Tih Olivkic, Ki(j Manager Amcri
can Lucol Co., Han 1'rancUco.
A year nj;o I used sumo of tho oil manu
factured h, your Company to paint one of
our I'lautu'llou building, at the same time
p.iliiling adjoining Imildiuu with paints
mixed with Amerieuu and ICnuIWi Lin
seed 0U, The paint was mixed and np
plieil liv a competent workman,
The 1'uiIMiiiu painted with Lucol Oil re
tains its original apticaranee, while thore
on WHICH l.lUM'i'U JH nas U6IHI laucu some
time uko, the paint becoming chalky. As
tills I'lautatloii is on the weather side of
tlio Island, and the climate exceptionally
trying on l'alnt, 1 consider the ulmvo to be
us thorough a test ns any to which your
Oilcan pmslhlu be subjected, its superior
ity being mi apparent. I take pleasure in
recommending the Lucol Oil to all uecrn of
oiir-i very llci-pcctiuiiy
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
IsL. S- L.IE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN BXTENR1VB ASSOKT.MKNT OF
Etc., Etc, Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAGED GOODS KKl'T ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Btreot, oppo. Bethel Street.
DELL TELEl'HONE 5Jo. - ftT- MUTUAL TELEPHONE 013.
September ft, buJ.
A. Moolti;, .Manager.
btut fiuul hiilo, Thuru uro twoiity
tWl) iHIXUU Of gUOllli iu tllU OUHlOtU
For Hiilo by all (Ionium, Uoiihoii,
Smith ii Co., ntjuuU fur tho UuwaU
DR. S. ASANO,
Physician and Surgeon
NO, 1(17 NUUANU AVENUE,
(Nearly opp. ICii(;lu Huiidc.)
Mutual TelopUcm SL1,
OmCK lloi'llrt! o to 1.' A, U,, 'JtuOttllll
7 to 0 r. m, m-xl
1 1 1 W ' I
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Finn Job IMnting ut w UulUtin Ojjict,
AT THE FAMOUS STOltE OF '-
IB- IF. IBIE3IILiEIRS &j CO.
BOS & 511 FOPIT STK.333H3T.
Canton Wash Fa-Torios !
A lmndsomo Cotton Fabric; New Styles this kchhum; the cllects are fac-siniilfa of Cliinr
bilk; to pec lliem means to appreciate them.
HVLA.IR.TT S-A.TEE3STS !
SIIU llnlsli Jnut out; real French rteMgUi- are the lineal ami the cruzo of the beoi-ou.
Cashmere Svitolimes SO Cents "STa-rd 1
One of the hauilhoiuett 'ah Materials thh fcatm entirely new and
for the price ha no eijuuL
"Wlaite Lawns and DDimity !
lu I'luiii, Striped und Checked In great variety,
3T Dressmaking Under the Management oi HRS. RENNER. .&
Royal Insurance Company
" The Largest
Assets January 1, 1892,
in the World."
: : 842,432,174.00
W Fire rUkb on nil kind of Insurance 1'ropertv taken nt Current UUU by
J". S. "W.LKGEP
Acting Aut for thu lUwalUu hlftudu,