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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PllOM AND AFTKKJUNK 1, 18OT.
To Kwa Mill.
Leave Honolulu 8:15 1:45
Lcavo 1'enrl City 0:30 2:30
Arrivo Ewa Mill 0:67 2:57
Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43
Leave l'earl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only.
O. tSuniliiys excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, SEPT. 18, 1893.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
BY c. J. LYONS.
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Full moon ou tlio 2Uh, at Oh. 62m. a.m.
Time Whistle blows Ml Hi. ini. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tho same ua Mb. Out.
bs. of Uiecnwicu turn.-.
Bl'XDAY, Sopt. 17.
Am blc Topgallant, Jackson, 20 days from
Sttur Claudino from Maul
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Monday, Sept. 18.
P M S S China, Ward, 0 days from San
Brit bk Darra, Peterson, from Newcastlo,
X S W
Monday. Sopt. 18.
Kilauea, Kulihlwai and
Stnu Mokolil for
Maui at 5 n m
Molokai, Lmidi and
Stmr J A Cummins for Kooluu at 10 a iu
Stmr James Makec for Kauai at 5 p in
Vesoels Leaving To-morrow.
P M S 8 China, Ward, for Hongkong via
Yokohama at 0 a m
Stmr Claudino for Kahului, Kcanac, Hana,
Hamoa, Kipahulu, Nuu, Puuuhuu and
Kukaiau ut 5 p m
Stmr C K Bishop for Waianac, Waialua,
Mokuleia, Luie, Kahuku and l'uualuu
at !) a m
Stmr Iwalani for Nawiliwlli, Koloa, Elcele,
Mckuweli, Waimea anil Kekuha uto
Stmr Mikahaln for Lahainn, Maalnea.Konn,
Kau ami Volcano at 10 a m
Stmr Waialeale for Nuwillwili and Hana-
mauluato p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Iwalani 1200 bags sugar, 00 bafis rice,
100 bbls lime, l:t5 bills jjreen hides, 'I
cows and calves, and 50 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Claudino 10 head cattle, 2 horses, 30
hogs, 100 bags taro, '215 bags potatoes,
121 bags com, 2350 bags sugar, 21 bbN
poi, 105 pkgs sundries.
From Maui, per stmr Claudino, Sept 17
O J Falk, J Uryant, G A Hansen and wile,
C B Fisher, E U Hitchcock, Mrs Sanders
and daughter, W H Coruwell, Thco Wolff,
Mow Chan, and 51 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Sept 17
Judge Whiting, Hon G N Wilcox, Hon A
ltusa and witu, Judge Hartuell and ton,
Mrs 11 Davis, A Lindsay, J M Vivas. Mr
'frask and wife, Mr Schultz, K S Hutchin
son, Miss A Kcaloha, and 33 deck.
From Sun Francisco, per S S Chlnn, Sept
18 Mrs Sadio Upfergelt, Mr and MrsJT
Waterhouse, A Dicier, WG Smith, TT
Sonne, Mrs R Paluche, Geo T Winslow.
Surgeon U S N ; Lieut W G Honnaum, U S
N; Geo Canney, Mr and Mri Cupel and
daughter, AC Lovekin, S G O King, Mr
and Mrs Hatfield, and 50 in transit.
Vessels in Port.
USB Philadelphia, Barker, from Calluo,
USB Boston, Day, from a cruise
U S S Adams, Nelson, Irom a ciuise
Am bk Albert, GrilHths, from San Fran
cisco Br Bchr Norma, Mai-quarrie, from Yoko
hama Am 4-iustd schr Alice Cooke, Penhullow,
from Port Gamble
Am bktne Irmgard. Schmidt, from Lysan
Am bktno Discovery, Christiansen, from
Am hk Alden Besse, Friis, from San Fran
cisco Am bkt W H Diniond, from San Francisco
Am bkt S G Wilder, from Sun Francisco
Am bk Detroit, from Naiiaimo, due Aug 31
Haw bk Mauna Ala, from Sun Francisco
Am ship Topgallant, from Port Blukely
Jirit bk Dana, Peterson, from Xowcaitlu,
The British bark Darra, Capt. Peterson,
arrived this morning, H days Irom New
castle, N. 8. W., bringing with her Hll
tons of coal for W. G. Irwfii it Co. bhe re
ports light wind-, and fluo weather on the
Sassage. She is docked at tho (.). It. &i L.
The American bark Topgallant, C.ipt
Jackson, arrived yesterday, VU d its from
Cape Mattery, with OiO.OOU feet ol lumber
for Allen &. ttoliiuson. She is moored ut
Allen & Kobinnon's wharf, and will com
mence discharging her lumber to-murrw.
She experienced nothing but calm weather
on the passage.
JKAN At Munoa, Ouhu, September 111,
18SH, of paral) fix, August Jean, it na
tive of Fiance, aged "i eartf.
Hooked for tho Coust.
Tho following paBsongors are book
ed to loavo for San Frunuifaco on the
S. S. Mariposa duo Thursday from
tho Colonies, nt the ollico of V, G.
Irwin & Co.:
Dr. Craig, H. P. Baldwin, Mrs. K.
Allirocht, J. B. Atherton, wife ami
daughter, II, I Wiuliinnn, James A.
Wilder, Mr. Castlon, C. Von lhitnni.
J. Dyer, Miss Edith Auld, Miss Muud
Aidd, Mr. Sitnpkius.
LOCAL AND GENEBAIi NEWS.
A rownrd is offered for tho convic
tion of certain burglars. Road adv.
Marshal E. G. Hitchcock returned
from Laliaina ou.tlio steamer Clau
Tho S. S. China will rosumo hor
voyage to tho Oriont at 9 o'clock
Tho band of tho U. S. S. Boston,
mimboriiig twolvo mombors, will go
homo ou that vossol.
Tho latest quotation in tho pri
of sugar is 8yc, an oighth higl:
Liuui iruviuus reports.
Tho'Missos Edith and Maud Auld
return to tho Coast on tho S, S.
Mariposa duo ou Thursday from tho
Tho S. S. China was crowded with
passongors. Tho purser states that
throo passongora had to bo stowed
in ono room.
A nativo named Keao was arrested
at noon to-day near Kaumakapili
church by Lieutenaut Kealakai for
playing cho fa.
As tho China does not loavo to
night, tho P. G. baud will givo its
concert at tho Hotol instead of
Captain W. Ward is tho now com
maudor of tho S. S. China, Captain
Soabury having gouo East ou a
leave of absence.
Copies of tho Daily Bulletin of
tho following dates are wanted:
1892, Feb. 3, Nov. 2; 1893, Jan. 9, 21,
31. Apply this ollico.
Mr. and Mrs. Claus Spreckels,
Miss Emma Sproukols and Mr.
Adolph B. Sprockets have left San
Francisco for Chicago.
Admiral Skorrett paid a visit of
inspection to the U. S. S. Boston at
9 o'clock this moruiug, receiving a
salute of thirteen guns as ho board
An ox-P. G. soldier, living at Ma
uana, Ewa, fired pistol shots at ran
dom last Friday night, greatly to
tho danger and auuoyanco of tho
N. S. Sachs has just recoived a
beautiful assortment of ladies' blouse
waists. There are some exejuisite
patterns, just tho thing for this sul
Gov. Freeth amused himself while
at Lysan Island taking snap shots
with a Kodak at tho winged inhabi
tants of tho island. Ho has quito a
Tho racing shells of tho Myrtle
and Healani Boat Clubs have been
taken to Pearl City Peninsula. The
Myrtles practico ou the Peninsula
courso twice a day.
Au extensive fire, threatening the
kuleauas of tho natives, was burn
ing in the hills back of Mahukona,
Hawaii, when tho Claudino left
there Friday evening.
Mr. V. H. Wright, secretary of
the Chiuoso Bureau, has our thanks
for a copy of a pamphlet containing
the laws and regulations restricting
Chinese immigration to tho Hawai
Mr. Aug. Dreier, one of Kauai's
Nobles, returned on tho S. S. China
to-day from an extended tour
abroad, during which ho visited tho
Fatherland. Mr. Dreier looks tho
picture of health.
Tho match race for S1000 a side
between Mr. T. Hollingor's pacer
Gorstor and Mr. Horner's Slocum
will take place at Kapiolani Park
next Saturday afternoon. It pro
mises to bo au exciting race.
Tho Hawaiian National Band will
givo ouo of their delightful concerts
at Sans Souci, to-morrow evening,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. As
there will bo plenty of moonlight, a
largo crowd will bo present.
The Hawaiian National Band will
not leave on the S. S. Mariposa for
a tour of the States as. stated in a
contemporary, but will stay iu Ho
nolulu aud cast their thirty-two
votes solid whou election time comes.
A Japanese, in jumping off tho
Fort-street car whilo in motion, near
Merchant stroot this afternoon,
went sprawling into tho mud. His
involuntary acrobatic performance
won for him tho applailso of tho
Tho Chinese Bureau issued 93 re
turn permits for passengers leaving
by tho China. It has also issued 20
permits for special residence bonds,
2 certificates for Hawaiian born
children, 5 certificates of natura
lized Chinese, and 3 applications for
An elderly man named Hans Potur
son was hold up tho othor night by
a man with a pistol in a dark lauo iu
the rear of tho Kawaiahao church.
Peterson had only a fifty-cent piece
in his pockot, which he turned over
to tho footpad, who disappeared in
Tho baseball game on Saturday
between the Planets utid Myrtles re
sulted in a hard fought victory for
tho latter by a score of 21 to 19.
Runs wore piled up by both sides,
and at ouo time it was thought that
tho game would bo postponed ou
account of tho darkness
Shoriff Wilcox of Hawaii has noti
fied tho Government of tho arrest of
11 lopors in tho Wainiha valley.
ICnuai. They wore captured by
Policeman J. Kaltina, whose daugh
ter is one of them. Tho steamer
James Makco is going ou a special
trip to llaualoi this evening, to bring
the lepers to Honolulu.
Antono Cloys, tlio writor of tho
lotlor which appcari'il in tlio Arivur-
lifior souiu liino 110, lioatlud "IIo
Hits Ikon Thuru," and fur wliu'h ho
was arrosti'il on a tiharu of lilii'l
proforrt'd by Wallor 11. ForKwrni,
appoarod in lliu Diilriul Court this
morning. Altor hoarinj,' luo fiiargo.
Cloys waived oxiini nation and was
coiniiiittod to tho Circuit Court for
trial. Bail was iisud at 350.
MINISTER TO HAWAII.
Cleveland Appoints the New
His Flans for Government In the Island
In tho Form of a Protectorate Naval
Yessels for Honolulu.
Special despatch to the Chronicle.
Washington, Soptombor 8. To
day Prosidont Clovoland uamod A.
S. Willis of Kontucky as Minister
to Hawaii. Tho appointment is re
garded as official notice that the
islands will not bo annexed. A re
presentative of tho annexationists is
hero, with whom a treaty could bo
made direct without sending a man
to tho islands for that purpose.
New YortK, Soptombor 8. -Albert
S. Willis of Louisvillo, tho now Min
nister to Hawaii, was born in Shelby
county, Ky., January 22, 1813. His
early education was received in the
common schools and ho graduated
at tho Louisvillo Male High School
iu 1860. Ho taught school for four
years and then studied law and
graduated at tho Louisvillo Law
School in 1866. Ho was elected at
torney for Jefferson county in 1870
and ro-elected in 1874. His Con
gressional career began with the
Forty-fifth Congress, and he served
in four succeeding Congresses, hold
ing a high place in tno party's coun
cils. Mr. Willis will go to Hawaii under
somewhat different circumstances
than his immediate predecessor.
Mr. Blount went out as a special
commissioner to investigate and fur
nish material for the future course
of the administration, and subse
quently by the resignation of Mr.
Stevens, was forced to take tho mis
sion while pursuing the investiga
tion. Mr. Willis goes as a Minister
Plenipotentiary, pure and simple,
and in that capacity will conduct
such negotiations for future rela
tions between the islands and tho
United States as may be directed.
These instructions formed the
basis at to-day's Cabinet meeting,
and later in the afternoon wore tho
subject of a conference between
Secretary Gresham, Mr. Blount and
Mr. Mills, who accompanied Mr.
Blount to Hawaii.
Incidentally, too, the question of
tho President's message to Congress
was discussed at tho Cabinet meet
ing, for ono has a bearing on tho
other. When tho new Minister sails
for Hawaii ho naturally must know
tho attitudo of tho President. This
ho already knows, in a general way,
and when ho sails ho will carry with
him details for the information of
tho Provisional Government.
Tho Herald's Washington corre
spondent telegraphs the following
ou t ho Hawaiian situation: Notwith
standing tho embargo placed upon
tho Hawaiian subject generally, I
am able to givo some reliable inform
ation regarding the program as the
result of tho discussion which has
thus far taken placo in the Cabinet.
A protectorate, mild in its terms as
to internal affairs but very rigid
against outside interference, is the
scheme in brief, with a permanent
government established by the vote
of the Hawaiians. Tho United States
will even go further and guarantee
it against overthrow by revolution.
Peuding the elections to bring
about permanency of the new form
of Government the United States
will stand by the Provisional Gov
ernment to the extent of guarantee
ing it protection until the result
of tho elections are announced and
until tho permanent form of Gov
ernment is established. In return
for tho protection guaranteed tho
administration will expect exclusive
and uuresorvod right to Pearl Harbor
as a coaling station, and such other
military advantages on tho island as
may bo desired. In short the ad
ministration favors the maximum
control as far as foreign supremacy
in Hawaii is concerned at the mini
It does not wish to interfere with
tho internal affairs of the islands,
because it is believed that they are
eapaulo of self-government when
protected from outside influence.
With certain restrictions as to tho
class of voters, tho administration
otlicials, iucluding Mr. Blount, I am
assured aro confident that a perma
nent government capable of taking
caro of itself financially and politi
cally cau bo established.
In anticipation of tho elect ion this
autumn tho Navy Department, it is
said, is contemplating tho augmen
tation of the naval forces in iiawat-
ian waters. Tho Charleston, York
town aud Boston, whou overhauled,
and tho Mohican aud Banger will
bo available for tho purpoe, and
those, with tho Philadelphia, now on
route, and tho Adams, already at
Honolulu, will make a fleet of sovou
vessels. Tho moral effect of tho
pioBonco of these vessels, together
with tho avowed purpose of tho
United States to protect the now
Government whou formally estab
lished, will, it is believed be suffi
cient to guarantee a peaceful and
For n lamo bauk or for a pain in
thosldoor uhost, try saturating a
pixco of ilannol with Chamberlain's
i'aiu Haliii aud binding it onto tho
alloclod parts. This troatinout will
euro any ordinary ouso iu ouo or two
days, rain iialm also euros rhmim
atisui, WJ coat bottloa for sulo by
all dealers, Uonuou, Smith Si Co.,
auttuta for tho Hawaiian Tilandi.
HE TERRIFIED HIS WIFE.
Frank Gortz Bound in $1000
Koop tho Ponce.
Frank Gortz, special ou tho police !
force, was arrested yeslorday on n ,
charge of threatening to kill his
wifo on Saturday. Mrs. Gortz testi
fied in tho District Court this morn
ing that dofondnnt had threatened
to kill her sovoral times, and sho
was in dread of hor lifo. Her hus-1
band had undorgone tho gold-euro
treatment, but on Sunday morning
when ho roturnod ho was under tho
infiuonco of liquor, and made nasty
remarks to hor. Sho got so fright
ouod that sho hod to loavo tho house. '
Marshal Hitchcock gavo ovidenco
to tho offoct that Mrs. Gortz had
previously mado complaints to him
about tho conduct of her husband,
and ho allowed tho matter to drop,
on tho promise of Mr. Gortz that ho
would do hor no harm. I
Mr. Gortz, iu his own defense, I
stated that ho had not touched
liquor for four mouths, nud tho '
throats ho had made woro meaning
Judge Robertson ordered defend
ant to givo a bond for tho sum of
$1000, with ono good suroty, not to
uo anv narin nguiusi mo pursuu ui
his wifo for six months from dato.
Mr. L. H. Deo furnished tho neces
sary bond this aftomoon and Mr.
Gertz was released.
Hon, Wm. S. Warner
Cordially Endorsos Hood's
T7iu Best Blood Purifier.
Hon, William S. Warner
Fond du Lac, Wis.
The following Is from ex-Congressman
Warner, a gentleman highly esteemed by
all who know him:
" I can truly say that I consider lino J's Sarsa
parlllatho best medicine for put lt ins Hie blood.
It did mo good when pliydclaui and ot'.icr medl"
clncs failed. IthaIncrcisol my appetite and
r emod to roncw my j outli. Tills is absolutely
true." W. S. WAiiNiin, l'oii'l IHi Lac, Wis.
Hood'O PIII3 cmo Constipation by restor
Ins the peristaltic action of t'.io almieuUt cauaL
HOUUON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
IX THE CIRCUIT COUIST-OF THE
First Circuit, Hawaiian Island". In
Bankruptcy. In tho matter of the E-t;
of G. v. Lincoln, of Honolulu, Oaliu
Creditors of the said bankrupt aro here
by notified to come In and prove their
debts before such Judgu of the Circuit ,
Court of the First Circuit as shall be -it- '
ting at Chambers, at Honolulu, on TIM- :
DAY, the Sinil day of September, ls'.'.i,
between the hours of ten o'clock in the
forenoon and noon of the said day, and
elect an Assignee or Assignees, of the said I
bankrupt's estate. !
uy tno uourt:
830-Ct Deputy Clerk.
KAWAIAHAO SEMINAUY HAS Es
tablished a Domestic Di:rAurML..r
and is prepared to take orders for jellies, ,
bread and cakes. All orders for fruit c.ike i
for Thanksgiving and Christmas should be .
sent at once. H) lm
A LL PERSONS HAVING
Jrx. against Robert William
sonally are requested to present the same
without delav at the Otlice of
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWIUGHT.
Honolulu. Aur. 25, 184S. 81S-U
J. HCOI3!3 &, CO.
Beautiful - Articles
K.fric ii, ii in
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
lElegetrat v TJptLOlster-y
In Fine Hprinr', II iir, Wool, Moss aud Straw Muttrcgini.
PILLOWS OF LI VIS C1KKSI! FKATIIHHS AND SILK FLOSS.
Latest Improvements iu Wire Mattresses, Lounge & Sota Beds, Divan Louuges aud Suras.
Great Variety or baby Carriages, Cribs, Cradles & High Chairs.
gjtf Our Cnblnut-iiiiikliiK Workshop h Superior In Men mid Miiluriiil -Hi
KUItSlTL'ltE AND SIATrillSi:.S KM'AIIIL'l) AS OOOD AS Nl.1V.
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OUR I'HIUHH ALWAYS
Leads the Way ! to
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co.
TAScntD, July 21, 180Z
W. S. PA1.MEU, Eoq., Engineer ol I)is-
I. find that the off iciiiVm much Itss pig
mrul than linseed to make a paint of the re
nuiiite catering and ipreading qualitie. 100
lbs. ol ulilto lend will lake no more than A
to i gals, of linseed, while in my priming
coat, I get even better results with It to lu
gallons of Lucol, and in my second coat
with 7 to 8 gallons of Lucol to 100 lbs. of
lead. This means a very materia) saving
(from one-third to one-half) in the amount
of pigment necessary to cover o given sur
face. In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "car paint" (1'rincos Metallic ground in
oil) where a roof of this size lias always re
quired L'OOlbs. of car paint with linseed oil.
1 mixed my roof color w it h IS gallons of
Lucol to tho 100 lbs. of pigment and got a
belter body of color than I ever got with
lcs than one-half that number of gallons
of linseed. I give you simply the facts but
1 cannot understand or cxnlain them.
The drying qualitii
perfect. The priiniu.il
los of the new oil are
perfect. The jriM(Mcvut with white lead,
dried strong and hurd inside of '2 hours.
The first coat for sand took the sand freely,
firmly and iu larger quantity than linseed
and dried hurd inside of U hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 'li
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a fine Hinooth surluce entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a line lustre, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread on the
roof was mixed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly in ".'4 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. Tfie second coat of sand
filled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than I Lave ever
gotten on to linseed.
The Lucol has effected a saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly one-third of tho
amount usually required for a building of
With respect to the general appearance
of the finished work, I must confess that 1
never saw its equal in two coat work with
linseed, and If the oil wears as well at
Tancred as it has worn with the Master
Cur Painter, Mr. Fitch, at Sacramento,
thrie can be no question about the BUl'E
KlOltlTY of Lncnl oier Unwed, ctcn at the
ininc price per ijallnn, in ECONOMY, QOOl)
LOOKS and ti. DUHAWMTY.
bignedj W. H. MELLUS,
Foreman l'ainter, Southern racitlu Co.
Agents or tlie Hawaiian Islands
Puppies and Grown Dogs
From Registered and Prize Winning
Stock. I'edijjreos and Stud
Cards on Application.
82G lw-37 It
FOB SALE FOB WANT OF USE.
LAUNCH IN FIRST-CLASS
well-known as hitvinc been
used by Dr. G. Trousseau as Port Physi
cia.n The sovoral Pilots, the Customs
Olhcers can give information about the
boat; speed seven knots. Several other
Boats, SparH, Sails, etc., etc. Tho Boats
can bu t-eeu at Mrs. ReUt'sboat house next
to tho Marine Railway. For prices, etc.,
DR. G. TROUSSEAU,
From 0 to 11 a. m. or 7 to 8 p. m.
Job !rinthuj neatly and promptly
- iu - Antique - Oak
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Just the Thing for Warm Weather.
Fine White Lawn Waists, milled front for $ 1
Colored Percale Waists, with belt for 1
Colored Lawn Waists, with belt for 1
Colored Lawn Waists, with belt and latest style rip
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Colored and black India Silk Waists, very line qual
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3 Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK 0NLY1
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, opuo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery t Cabinet Making
ON HAND A.) EXTENSIVE ASSDKTMENT (IF
fn Jl( i A
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Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
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ETO,, ETC, ETO.,
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THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
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OELXitom. Wash. FeLlorios !
A liHiidnonie Cotton Fabric; New btj u- mix teuton, tliu cllccti ii' Iui-nIiuUim of Ciilim
bilUi., to n-i thoin iik'iiiix to iipprcclmc ilium,
Hllk tlniuli just out: real Kienidi iIcmkhh urn tlio lincM mid the i-uuu of tlio mwni.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Oeiita Yard I
Ono of the liuiulMiiuut.t Wunli Mutt rials thl otusou entirely un und
for tin- prlci Imi no iini.il
Ariiite Lawns and
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