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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KHOM A.N11 AKTK.ll JTJNR 1. 1893.
To Kwa Mill.
Leave Pearl Olty.
Arrive Kwa Mill..
Leave Ewa Mill (1:21 10:43 3:43
Leave Pearl Oltv 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu. ... 7:30 11:55 4:55
A. Saturdays only.
C. Sundays excepted.
I). Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BUU.BTH.
MONDAY, NOV. 20, 1893.
Biisdw, Nov. 10.
Am bk Alden Beso, Krils, from San Kran-
Btnir Claudine from Mnul
Stmr Mlkahula from Kauai
Stinr Pelo from Kauai
Monday, Nov. 20.
Am bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, 14 days 20
hours from San Kranclsoo
Sunday, Nov. 17.
Am schr Transit, Jorgensen, for" San Kran
cisco Monday, Nov. 20.
Stmr .lamei Makee for Hunamaulu, Ka
paa, Kilaueu, Kullhiwai and Hanalcl at
Sjtmr Kuala for Wulanae, Waiama, Moku-
lelii, Laie, Kuhuku and Punaluu at !)
htmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Schr Kuwailani for Koolau
VobboIs Leaving To-morrow.
Nor ship Beaconslield, Bastianseu, for Van
couver Stmr W (i Hall for Ijihaina, Maalaea,
Koim, Kim and Volcano at 10 a in
Stmr Cluudine for Kuhului, Keanue, Hana,
Hamoa, Kipahulu, Nnu, Paauhau, Ku-
kaiau at o p in
Stmr Mikahata for Nawiliwili, Koloa,
Kleele, Makawell,Vainieaand Kekaha
at 5 p in
Stmr Iwalani fur Nawiliwili, Hauaiuaulu,
Kllauea, Kalihiwat and Hanalui at 5
Stun Mokolii for Kaunakakai, Kamitlo,
Pukoo, Halawa, Wailau. Pelekunu,
Kalaupapa, Lahaina, Olowam aim
Lanai at 5 p tu
liOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Sugar is quoted as having dropped
Tho P. G. is enlisting more gun
Tho Scottish Thistle Club mods
Fort stroot bogius to prosout n
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. -Weather
cloudy, wind light southwest.
Tho Advortisor has put Thanks
giving Day six days too oarly.
Tho Maltaweli mill will not prob
able start grinding again until De
Ladios will bo pleased to notice
that Mrs. A. M. Mollis has resumed
Tho payraastor of tho Philadel
phia is Lieut. Armos, not "Amos,"
as tho types made it the other day.
Mr. O. W. Macfarlauo can supply
your table on Thanksgiving, Christ
mas or Now Year's with prime tttr
koys and sucking pigs.
Mr. E. R. Houdry, manager of tho
Hawaiian Hardware Co.. returned
from a visit f o tho Gardon Isle by the
steamer Mikahala yesterday.
Ono of the heaviest showers of
rain fell early Suuday morning, and
continued at intervals throughout
tho day. Tho streets wore Hooded.
J. Noill pleaded guilty of assault
aud battery on Mr. Pain on Satur
day, in the District Court this morn
ing, aud was sentenced to pay a line
There was a small blaze in the
rear of the Honolulu Planing Mill
early yesterday morning among some
lime stored there. Very little dam
age was done.
Sporting in tho rain and drifting
with the doluge is an old-time Ha
waiian sport, revived by several
young men in one of the swollen
streams yesterday morniug.
Walter G. Smith, editor of the
Star, was arrosted again Saturday
afternoon for libel, tho charge being
preferred by Mr Chas. B. Wilson,
the complainant in two former suits.
Mr. Hermann Krugor returned to
his island homo on the barkeutiue
Irmgard this morning, after an ab
sence of nearly two years. Hermann
was greeted by a host of friends ou
thestreet to-day. Willkoinmen'.
Cargoes from Island Forts.
A'-uir Mikahala 3590 bags -mgar, (!0 bugs
rice, 12 bdls bides, 1 horse and 25 pkgs
Htm r Claudine '.'250 bags sugar, 325 bags
Sotatoes, 115 bags corn, 100 bags taro,
bogs, 40 bead cuttle, 40 hides, 103
From Port Blokely, per bkt Amelia. Nov
19-Geo F Ford.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, Nov 10
J W ColvlUe, Miss Qandall, J J Williams,
Mrs Kahale, S Matsumura, S Oiuki, M
Steigerwald, Laii Chock, S Alimi and K
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Nov 11)
E R Henry, J H Black, wife and child,
M L Hartnian, H Wiigroth, Miss K C
Smith, Mr Keating, Ing Choug, Chang
Hop and 00 deck.
From San Francisco, per bktne Iruiuard
Nov 20 H Krueger, Mr and Mrs Bind,
Miss Stewart, Mr Schmidt and Mr Krues.
The steamer Pete went ou the Marine
Railway this morning.
Tho barkeutine S G. Wilder arrived at
San Francisco, 19 days from ihis port.
The HteamerMikuhula on her voyxge to
ports ou Kauai to-morrow afternoon will
touch at Nawiliwili for passengers only.
The Apierican bark Aldon Hesse, Capt.
Friis. arrived oil' Diamond Head Saturday
evening and came Into port this morning,
22 days from San Francisco, having exper
ienced light winds throughout the passage.
She brought 800 tons of genernl cargo.
The barkeutine Amelia, Capt. Ward, was
sighted oir Diamond Head Saturday after
noon, and towed into port yesterday morn
ing. She brought 4H3.000 feot of lumber
for Allen it Kolilnson. On the passage she
experienced fuir weather und very light
The American barken tine Irmgard , Capt.
Schmidt, arrived this morning. l4davB and
20 hours from Ban Francisco. Experienced
good weather on the passage the first four
uays out oniy mane nicy nines ou account
of light winds. She brought six passen
gers und 500 tons of geneial merchandise
consigned to Wilder te Co. and Allen A
COMING WITH THE FLAGSHIP.
Report that tho Champion Has Not
Sailed Yet for Honolulu.
A Victoria (B. C.) despatch of Oc
tober 28 says:
"Her Majesty's ship Melpomene
leaves Thursday for England aud
the Nympho for the south ou Sat
urday on bur way to Coquimbo. She
expects to spend Christmas at La
Union. Tho Itoyal Arthur and
Champion do not sail till Nov. 27
for Honolulu. The HaL'shin will
visit the Pitcairu islands to present
the lifeboat given tho inlanders by
Major J. H. Wodohouso, British
Minister lloaideut, having received
no official information to corrobo
rate this report, is doubtful of its
Mr. C. B. Dwight is laying a curb
ing of Hawaiian stone ou tho Evva
sidewalk of Bethel street, between
King and Hotel streets. The con
tract for constructing a new side
walk was awarded him by Mr. M. P.
The Nuuanu reservoirs overflowed
yesterday, causing a report to bo
circulated that the dam had broken.
Nothing serious, however, occurred.
To-day the three reservoirs are full
to the brim, so that thoro isu't any
fear of a water famine lor somo tune
J. P. Casey, a bluejacket, while
under the iuuueuee of lauglefoot,
struck T. Cummins on Saturday
evening. The bluejacket spent two
nights in jail, aud this morning
pleaded guilty before Judge Robert
son. He was 'let off with a nominal
fine of $3.
Tho street corners were infested
with P. G. eruards on duty with fix
ed bayonets on Saturday aud Sun
day nights. Where thoro was no
shade poor fellows were seen stand
ing shivering with the cold, regard
less of the friendly advice, "Come
in out of the rain."
Jim Brown, better known as "Rus
sian Brown," aud James Donovan,
had a dispute yesterday, when in
the heat of passion Brown struck
Donovan with a bottle. In tho Dis
trict Court to-day Brown pleaded
guilty aud was soutenced to ten
days' imprisonment at hard labor.
Mr. and Mrs. Thomas McTighe
entertained a houseful of friends at
their snuff home in Young street ou
Saturday evening, that being theove
of their "wooden wedding" anniver
sary. After a rare supper oh" fat
turkey and young pig, a pleasant
time of dancing and music ensued.
Man1 nice presents were given to
the happy couple and their little
Four houses at Pauoa narrowly
escaped destruction by tiro on Satur
day night. It appears that the. tele
phone wires had come into contact
with tho electric light wire in that
vicinity. Tho telephone wires had
to be disconnected, and a few
buckets of water on tho instrument
quelled tho flame. This occurred
about niue o'clock, when a heavy
shower of ram was falling.
HARD ENDING OF A GIRL.
Closes a Iiit'o of Toil and Trouble
Frodorika Koukou, a German girl
of about twonty-ono years of ago,
poionod herself on Saturday after
noon in hor own apartment in the
rear of Kawaiahno church. The
girl was found about 8:40 o'clock,
and sho was past earthly aid. A
bottle of whiskoy, three-quarter full,
and somo soidlitz powders wore
found, aud m a corner of tho room
$7,130. Thoro was also a largo trunk
in tho room, in which was found a
black tight-fitting dress aud a swallow-tail
coat. All tho rest of hor
clothes, incluUing tlioso of a man
who had been living witli her, had
beon takon somewhere olso, where
no ono at prosont knows. Tho body
was takon to tho Police Station anil
a post mortem examination was
made at 0 o'clock Sunday morning.
Tho body was dissected and tho con
tents of the stomach handed ovor
to Prof. Lyons for examination.
Frodorika Ronkon has boon living
witli a man named Myor for somo
time past, and friends of tho latter
state that they wero married but not
by a clergyman, un Friday night
last the couple had somo trouble,
and the woman chased Myor out of
tho house with a hatchet. Sho was
seen on Saturday morning by hor
neighbors, who described hor as
looking despoudont, as if sho had
groat trouble. Tha woman went out
toward noon, presumably to buy tho
poison, aud ou returning locked her
self up. Sho divested herself of all
clothing, with tho except ion of an
undershirt, aud when found she was
covered with vomit.
It is presumed tho girl hid all the
clothing from the man, excepting a
garment for hersolf when laid out,
and a coat for him to wear at tho
funeral. The funeral took place at
.'3 o'clock yesterday afternoon from
the premises, and was attended by
The girl leaves a father and mo
ther, and several brothers aud sisters
living at Lihuo, Kauai, Sho was
born in German1 aud came out when
but a child. As young as fourteen
years she was working as a field
hand. She was a hard-working girl.
At tho August term of tho Circuit
Court sho had a lawsuit for wages
against Ludzowiko, keeper of a lodg
ing house on Queen street, which re
sulted in hor favor.
A Coroner's inquest was hold in
Deputy Marshal Brown's otlice at
noon to-day, aud tho evidence of the
following people wore taken: Dr.
Cooper, Myor, Bortha Ludloff, Lud
lofT and Johnson. The evidence of
a fow others will bo takon to-morrow
foreuoon, when, it is expected, Prof.
Lyons will be ready to report the
result of his examination of the de
ceased girl's intestines.
IS THE BEST
solid Inside of twenty
Forms u durable and elastic, not a brit
Retains lis gln-s longer than any other
lteists the action of acids unci alkalies
bettor tlimi any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With tho addition of Litharge, yields a
hard suiface, suitable for lloors, steps, etc.
Mixes readtlv with liniments itround In
I oil in past form.
I Brings out the real shades of the colors
1 nnd keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tar colors.
Mlna Jennie Flagcr
Ohio City, Ohio.
Scrofula and All Blood Dleoaeos.
" I tako great pleasure In glTlng publlo te
tlmouy to tlio value of Hood's Harsnparllla for
I have suffered with this distressing trouble
tor nearly ten years, and In Uiat tlmo liavo tried
almoit crcry medicine recommended to me
without any relict whatever until, niter mucn Alldt.(1 lo ynrnlsli prentlv improves the
urging, I gave Hood's S-ussparllU a trial. It , working of the varnish.
ai nccnoi great uenenr, nnu v. in eneci a per
manent euro. I say to all people who suffer
fi mil Hcrofula, try Hood's Sarsapirllla; It Trill
da jott ROllil," Mis Jr.NNir, Klaoeii, Ohio
City, Van Wert Count j, Ohio.
"My daughter, eleven jears old, has been
troubled with scrofulous CAtari hover slncosht
was tlireo years old. Three physicians gavo her
no permanent lellet. In the itinimer It com
menced eating Into her nose. Wo bought
and gave it to her and It lias cured her, for
which wo are very thankful. Wo got one box
of Hood's rills and Hko them very much."
Mns. Davio u. SuimF.i., Cliandlcrsvllle, Ohio.
HOOD'8 PILLS curComtlpatloobyieitorlna
the pertitaltlo action or the alimentary canal.
HOBltON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
New Wool Dress Goods,
New Silks, Trimmings,
Laces and Embroideries.
AND LATEST Hl'.SIUNS IN
- PRESENTS THIS
SHE'S A SMART CRAFT.
Trial Trip of Mr. Gay's Steam Launch
Tho vapor launch from tho Union
Gas Engine Go. of San Frnucisco,
latolj- imported on tlio bark Albert,
by Mr. Chas. Gay, and taken to
Makaweli ou the steamer Pelo, was
given a trial there on Thursday last
and worked to perfection. Sho rode
the sea beautifully, skimming the
billows like a duck. Sho was given
a trial run to Waimea, going at tho
rate of eight and a half miles an
hour. About twelve persons wore
in tho launch on her trial trip. Mr.
Harry Walker, chief engineer of the
Pelo, manipulated tho engine, while
Captain Peterson of tho same stoam-
or steered, lho electric dynamo,
capable of working two electric
lights of twenty-six candle power,
is placed in tho launch, but wore
uot used, owing to the trial being
made in broad daylight. Tho launch
cost altogether in tho neighborhood
Family Trouble at Waialua.
Polu Kamahalo, a native employ
ed at . Halstead's plantation, Wai
alua, was arrosted last night for
threatening tho lives of his daugh
ter, wife and wifo s family.
As far as can bo gathered through
tho telephone tho girl Itahoi had
beon dismissed from school for ovi
donco of immoral conduct, and when
she blamed her father for hor trou
ble he became furious and made his
An uiiuuul attractive variety of NEW
HOODS to mcot the taste and want- of
our Island community. Apart
from u tine stuck of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
- IS THK NKW SEASON'S -
That nni'-t lw seen to be appreciated.
Also u line of
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of .Tingh'H and Kairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering "imply of the
cuitomary good goods for all gixd
people i- a "tock of
That are as useful us they nro novel and
attractive, and of all kind nnd sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
Doos not darken white lead or anydell-
Has gToator body .than nny other oil.
Hcnulres one-third lea- triumeiit than
any other nil.
Can he added to linseed oil aud it wilt
greatly improve the linseed.
Can he thinned with turpentine.
By actual test?, hui outlasted the bent
Therefore, js the best paint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
Use Lucoi. in every respect in tho
hi me man nor us you would linseed
oil, with the single exception that you
limy add fully onu-iiuurtur more Lu
coi. to tho siune (lunntity of pigment
tluin you would of linseed.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ocliroh, und other dry pigments, it it.
advisable to mix up the paint at least
one day befoio it is to lie used, then
add a third more Lucoi. nnd the paint
will ho found lo cover well and huve
n good rIohs.
NKVER USK JAPAN'S.
Where hind surfaces such as lloors,
steps, etc., are leijuirt'd use litharge
only, never use Jnpnns.
LITOOL MIXES WITH VAK-NISIIES
Wash luIsiterieilEi I
Saturday, Monday and Tuesday,
November 18th, 20th & 21st.
jfcaT Ladles are cordially Invited to call and Inspect our Hew Stock -tett
N. S. SACHS
BSO Fort Street, HConolvilu..
and iiribibt their working und im
proves their appearance but thky
SHOULD UK IIHKI) SA.MK DAY TIIKY AKK
MIXKD, othenvine the gum of the vur-ni.-li
nuiy be piecipitiiled or the mix
The addition of from to of Lit
coi, to vaiiiitflii'H does not reduce their
lu-tre nor retard their huidcning and
drying ami it prevents theii cracking.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) A.N EXTKNB1VK A.SBOHTMENT OK
Etc, Etc, Etc.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
PRESS OFFICE ENTERED.
Depredation by a Thief Under the
Very Eyoa of the Police.
Some time last night the ollico of
the Press Publishing Co. on Bethel
street was outorod by a thief. Mr.
Jas. Auld, the foreman of tho oilice,
was surprised this morning to linil
tho drawers pried open, ami tho con
tents scattered around. A large
quantity of match sticks wero lying
on tho floor, the thief having used
them lo furnish light while ransack
ing tho drawers. After satisfying
hiniBulf with the drawers in the
printing department he thought he
would bo made wealthy by going
unstairs to tho book-bindorv depart
ment. The thief was apparently
minted, as nothing of value is
Restored and Grateful.
Mr. James Scott, engineer at Ma
kaweli plantation, who met with
an accident lately at that place, has
fully recovered Ids health and Is at
work again, lint for tho careful
nursing he received Mr. Scott would
uot have been where ho is to-day, as
ho lay unconscious ten days, utter
ing incoherent words. Ho is very
thankful to all the ladies aud friends
who huve assisted him, and is very
grateful for the many favors
Business liul ? Not much !
Leastwise it is not no with the
California Feed Company. We
have made a business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all tlio hard times other
people are complaining about.
We have just secured from Mr.
.1. I- Colburn his old stand, cor
ner Queen and Nuuanu streets,
aud taken possession of tho'.e
large and convenient premise.-..
We 1 1 lid to do ,-.0, because our
old place at Loleo K too small
lor our hiht.incroa-.ing business
In a lew days the bark "Milium
Ala" will be here again with her
fourth full cargo of I lay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. J. N.
Wright who will arrive on that
vehhol. We prefer lo .select our
merchandise our-clve-? rather
than have others do it, which
means that we get better goods
at a It's- price.
Wc thank our ninny friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past three years, and hope
Hani-a Ci-ai's' HErmuivrF.Ks lias
always been noted Inr its supply of OoIIh
and all the. etceteras ut diilldom, and this
season loads thein all.
Nankin Dolls, Kas Dolls, Huhlier Dolls
I'liina Dolls, Dolls with Finu Fremiti Bis
iie Heads, Dolls ttith sot-ailed Unbreak
able Heads, Cliina Heads.
with Real Human Hair,
Dolls with Natural look
ing Hair, some with Tow Hair. Woolly
Hair, and mini? with No Huir nt all.
Sloeping Dolls, "W akeful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
T-v""T r C in Kull Dross, Half Dress
UKJLj J0 and Undre-s and raimiiiK
from about three inehes to nearly three
feet in sie, and from ten eents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Bo; Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls, Knglisli Dolls,
Gorman Dolls, American Dolls,
K-miiiimux Dolls, Indian Doll",
Mulatto Dolls, Darke Dolls.
Doll lloilles, Doll
Doll's Arms. Doll's
s, DoII'b Hats, Doll's
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HANI) OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
OKDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
DELL, TELEPHONE 525. -i IT MUTUAL TELEPHONE CAH.
mill iiiiBniiiK, i . . ..- . , .
Entrance was onectod through a ' by Mrii'l attention lo a business
window in tho roar. A Golding we thoroughly understand to
press standing near tho thief found merit the patronage of as miinv
convenient as a means of lifting him- mrm,
Tr f Head-,
HI. no., null's NtOl-klllL's. Dull
Parasols. Doll's Jewelry, Doll's Fans. Doll's
Cradles. Doll's Hedsteads. Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages. Doll'h Tea Hots,
Wash Sets and sets of lots of neeessary
things to complete the happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
Ivpial liberal provision in made in nil the
Rubber Toys, Wooden Toys,
Tin Toys, Horn Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
Ol'TDOOII GAMES, INDOOR GAMES
. . . 33 o o k: s . . .
That urn a jnj lo behold.
tW Everybody aud all ngi-n provided
for at Hania I'i.uV Hhamm'auikhs.
SOMETHING NEW I
I V YOU ARE GOlhG TO HI Ml, HA
JL wail, do not forgei to eall In at the
'I ITOHAN. ;f
Special attention is untied to our New
- I'limprt-iiiK -
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladles' and Gents' Handkerchiefs
(With American or Hawaiian Flags)
ShawN, Sashes, Table Corur-i,
Neekties, Shirts, Etc., Etc.
COTTON CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, Pajamas, Soils,
Kimono Patterns, Etc., Etc.
Fancy Porcelain Tea Sets.
Cups and Saucers, Plates,
Flower Va-es, Etc., Etc.
Christmas Cards, Fancy Envelopes,
Albums, Kan. Papur Lanterns,
Table Crumb Pan-, Etc., Etc.
Importer of Japanese Goods.
.a. Fort St.. near Custom House.
Just Received per "Australia"
A LAKUK ASSORTMENT OF
BOYS' SUITS !
Ladies' & Children's Shoes
BLACK LADIES" A; CHILDREN'S HOSE,
FLANELETTES, TABLE LINEN.
SILK A: CRAPE SCARFS,
LADIES' 1TANDKERCH I EFS,
Rugs and Carpets Selling at Cost !
7 5 QRT STREET " 7 5
TELEPHONES -IIki.i. 174.
p. o. iio :imi.
Rolf in, and wliilu it is nil posed
ImtimiiK I"" woiL'ht to hoar ou tlio
iiinniiiuu'H rollttr lioldor, Unit iittiicli
inont gavo wjiy, ruiuWint,' I lit inn
cliinu iihiiIuhm. Ah tlio i'ro.Hd huilil
iny is in uIoho proximity (o tlio Sta
tion Houuo, thu tliiof inimt liavu on
joy oil tlio iuwanl HatiHfautiou of lin
ing ublo to commit roblmry right iiii
ikr tho iiosoii ot tho polluo.
CALU-'OUNIA I?KK1 CO.
MIIS. A. M. MKM.IH HAS KEHUMKl)
I)ressiual.iiiK anil will be pleanetl to
Bin Iter imtroiis at hur lormur enlubllsli
intuit, 01S Kurt st reel, Honolulu.
at IiroHiumikiuL'. Apply nt Mrs. Mel-
ill KING STREET.
Juist Opened !
01 Dlll'erent Varieties uml l.ate-l Palterim.
BHIKTri, rill.K. HA.M)KEHOHlt;i-ri.
Christmas Goods and Curios
AT THE FAMOUS STOKE OK
IB. IF. BHLBRS Sb go.
I.IVINO t'Altl'B KOIt IIHEi:i.
in, iou mini Jiuiiiiuii loeoiiiiuii inr
I'luniliiK. i: MNHK.MANN.
Wullmi, Kamil. eWJ-St
BOS & S 1 1 FORT STK.B3B3T.
Canton' "Weisla FaTorios !
A handsome Cotton Kubriu; New Utylen tills season; the eltecU are fao-ulmllei of t'lilna
HUkH; to nee them means to appreciate them,
rill k llliibli jiiut out; real French ilenignt are the finest ami the urate of the beniou.
Oashmere Sublimes SO Cents "STarci I
One of the handsomest Wash Materials thin season entirely new anil
for the price Iiiih no eiual.
"Wliite T-iEL-wns and IDinalty I
111 Plain, Btripeil ami Olieuketl In great variety.
tW Dressmaking Under the Management of HUB. RENNER. J
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the "World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
ttT Wre rlnke on nil klmlaof lusurauoe Property taken nt Current Itlakt by
7M-iui 4kiiI for the ti,RWllau lulmd.