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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY. NOV. 29, 1893.
Wkdsesiiay, Nov. 211.
Btuir 0 It Bishop from Kanul
Stmr J union Makee from Kuuui
Bchr Kauikeauuli from Humakua
X.O0AL AND QKNEBAIi NEWS.
To-morrow is Thanksgiving Day.
Thoro was a Cabiuot mooting thin
There was a muoting of tho Board
of Firo Commissioners to-day. Goo.
W. Smith took his goat as a motnbor
in place of A. V. Keoch, resigned.
Tho P. G. band will play at tho A communication was rocoivod from
Hon. Wm. S. Warner
Cordially Endorsos Hood's
The Vent flood lurlflcr.
LATEST NEW YORK NOVELTIES
Wkunemuay. Nov. 2!).
Stmr Hawaii for Ookala, l.aupahoehoe,
Honohiua, Hnkalau, Honoiuu ami Po
. hakuinauu at 4 p m
Stmr l'elo for Makawell
, jm acht Tolu ' for Hilo
Stmr O H Bishop for Kai
Bohr Sarah it Elun for Koolau
Bohr Millo Morris for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr W Q Hall tSJOU bigs sugar, 100 bugs
coffee, 01 bags awa, 3 bills .liiilos, 7
donknys. I horse, 2s lid cattle, 50 lings
and 75 pkgs sundries.
Stmr C It Bishop I 41 bags sugar.
Stmr James Makee 1040 bags sugar.
football match to-morrow afternoon,
Tho Philadelphia and Myrllo baso
ball toamB will not play to-morrow.
Jas. F. Morgan will soil Frasor
river salt salmon at noou of Frida'.
Frosh salmou and halibut for
Thanksgiving at Metropolitan Moat
Soo advertisement of E. A. Jacob
sou for coiniug holiday treasures by
L. J. Lovoy will soil tho household
furnituro of G. W. Mullor at 4 Emma
stroot on Friday at 10 a. in.
Tho Catholic Benevolent Society
will hold a mooting at tho Convent
Friday, Doc. 1, at 8 o'clock.
A detachment of tho Hawaiian
National baud will play at the
merry-go-round to-morrow evening.
Tho four rooms on tho ground
floor of tho Masonic Temple are to
lot, application to bo made to Vy F.
A native named Koawe was fined
$75 to-day by Judge Robertson for
maintaining and conducting a che
Stamp collectors aud parents and
friends of young people in that line
Bhould read "Philatolista Attention"
in this issue.
tho Monsarrat family. oiTorinu to
soil tho Boll towor lot for $15,000
aud take the Firo Department lot at
Fort aud Boretania streets in part
payment at &'UXK). H. F. Coopor
was appointed sonior foroniau.
Chief Engineer Hunt was authorized
touotifyil..l, Egan to remove tho
flagpole at tho Boll towor, which ho
bought, within ten days.
Furniture of the late Miss Berry
will bo sold by J. F. Morgan at tho
residence, 10 o'clock Friday.
From M-ui and Hawaii p-r stmr V G
Hall, Nov" 28-AHillillaii, Mrs J Uillillun,
Dr V J Capr n, Mr A Hauneberg, M R
Oropley, Miss K Kawewehi, Cliss Koache,
O Kaiser, A Armstrong, F Koliler ami 45
From' Knuat per atmr James Makee, Nov
29 MIsh Kamakue Cmumiugs and 3 deck.
For Maui per stmr Claudino, Nov ''
John Winter and wife, H Laws and wife,
H Koloraoku, O Tuoh, J I. Dumas, Mrs
Ward and 30 deck.
For Kauai per stmr Mikahula, Nov 28
Mrs J H Rlackie and cliild, A Hreicr, Mr
Zoeller.Mr Knudsen, W Willgeroth, P
McDonald. H W Schmidt, Miss Maria
Makanaui, General Cunlifl'u, H Iseuberg
and wife, Miss Lane, J Lane, L Lane, Mr
Boisellier, and 40 deck.
The steamer I). R. VSishop was duspatch
cd to Kan. this afternoon to bring down
3000 bags of sugar left by tho W. fJ. Hall.
H. B. M S. Champion aud the U. S. 8.
Adams arc both taking in coal the former
requiring about V) and the latter about 50
A two-bladed propellor is being cast at
the Honolulu Iron Works for the steamer
Pele. The propeller will bo roady for her
next return trip.
The steamer C. It. Bishop arrivd this
morning from Kauai with 1244 bags of su-
gar and 2 deck passengers. The sugar was
' transferred to the bark R. P. ltithct. The
steamer James Makee also arrived from
the same place with 1040 bags sugar.
UILFILLAN At Nialehu, Hawaii, on
Saturday. Nov. 25, 18U.J, from the ortects
of an accident, John Forrest Giltillan,
a native of Scotland.
KLLIS In Green Bay, Wisconsin, Novem
ber 18, 189, Mrs Delia ltoberta Kill's,
. vged ,40 yea's and 10 months. A iiitive
of Koloa, Kauai.
Batch, of Oases
Before Judge Coopor, at tho Cir
cuit .Court term, this morning, 17
cases were continued until the Feb
. Iu the ejectment case of Mauiui
Sylva et al. vs. D. W. Kahuakai et
al., a native jury rendered a verdict
for the plaintiffs with $1 damages.
Ah Sow, who pleaded guilty of
opium in possession some time ago,
has paid his fine within the limit al
lowed. Ah Shea, who was fined $100 for
unlawful liquor-selling, was surrend
ered by his sureties to-day aud a
mitimus issued for Iub imprison
Frederick Schiefer vs. Olowalu
Sugar Co., action on the case, is ap
pointed for trial by a foreign jury
this afternoon. A. Rosa for plain
tiff; F. M. Hatch for defendant.
Following are tho jurors drawn: J.
S. .Walker, E. A. Jones, J. A. Ken
nedy, E. Bouner, E. O. White, J. H.
Bruus, H. W. Mist, J. M. Webb, E.
A. Mclueruy, H. Sohultze, C. H.
Kluogel, J. AL Angus.
No Bulletin To-morrow.
Owing to the absouco of power iu
the forenoons, until tho now electric
station iB iu operation, it is not
feasible to get the Bullutin out at
noon as usual ou Thanksgiving Day,
Our patriotic Government, further,
haviug deprived tho public of tho
national holiday ou Independence
Day, it is dooidod to give the Bulle
tin hands the advantage of the usual
Thauksgiviug Day suspension of
business and the benefit of the pro
jected outdoor sports' to-morrow.
-.Therefore the Bulletin will not bo
issued again until Friday.
Bog Pardon Madumo.
The men of the U. S. Flagship
Philadelphia will give a grand min
strel entertainment on board the
cruiser to-morrow evening.
Bid for repairing the house dam
aged by firo at 8 Union stroot will
be received by Bruce and A. J. Cart
wright until Monday noon.
Persons who have those handy
covers for memo books, furnished by
tho Union Feed Co., can haveinsides
for them at that corporation's ollice.
The Honolulu Iron Works will be
closed this afternoon in order to
allow tho employees to attend the
funeral of the late Mr. John Gillil
lan. The Government ollices will close
early to-morrow in observance of
Thanksgiving day. Being payday
the Finance oflice will be open all
There is every probability of ano
ther minstrel entertaiumunt being
given by the Honolulu Amateur
Miustrels. One of the ouduien in
tends leaviug for Hilo uo..t Tuesd.'iy.
The continuation of the coroner's
inquest on the death of Froderika
Menken has again been postponed
until Saturday owiug to the abseuce
of two of the jurors on island
The Makaweli plantation did not
start in grinding on Monday last,
but it is expected the mill will
bo roady ou Saturday next. Two
flanges will be taken up on tho Pole
this afternoon for tho mill.
The Portuguese boy, Manuel Sil
va, at E. O. Hall & Sons, delivered
10 Winchester nllos and ammuni
tion to 10 different houses ou Punch
bowl street from the Portuguese bak
ery toward the Mormon church aud
down Emma street, and will deliver
An elaborate menu has been pre
pared for the Thanksgiving dinner
at the Hawaiian Hotel, beginniug at
5:30 to-morrow eveuiug. Tho chef
has outdone himself in the variety
of home and foreigu delicacies, with
stuffed roast turkey and cranberry
sauce in the middle.
Halulu, a character well known to
the police, was convicted in the Dis
trict Court to-day of the larceny of
$7.50 the property of a Chinese
woman at Pawaa, and sentenced to
pay a fine of $5 aud be impribonod
at hard labor for six months. The
robbery was committed on Sept. 29.
R. M. S. Arawa is advertised to
leave here for Victoria and Vancou
ver on or about Friday next.
Through tickets by way of the C. P.
It. to all poiuts iu the United States
aud Europe, with all needed infor
mation regarding freight or pas
sage, can bo had of Theo. H. Davies
& Co., agents.
Business uVntl V Not much !
Leastwise it is not so with tho
California. Feed Compuny. Wo
have made u business for our
selves, which has steadily grown
through all the hard times other
people are complaining about.
We have just secured from Mr.
.1. F. Colburn his old stand, cor
nor Queen and Nuuanu streets,
and takou possession of those
large and-' convenient premises.
We had to do so, because our
old pluco at Lclco is too small
for our fast-increasing business.
In a few days the bark "Mauna
Ala" will be hero again with her
fourth full cargo of I lay and
Grain, bought by our Mr. .1. N.
Wright who will arrive on thai
vessel. We prefer to select our
merchandise ourselves rather
than have others do it, which
means that we get bettor goods
at a loss price.
We thank our many friends
for their liberal patronage for
the past throe years, and hope
by strict attention to a business
we thoroughly understand to
merit tin patronage of as many
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
FOR 'SALE !
The uinler.s'gneil oilers for sale the follow
ing llenuilfiil Ktock:
- -THH FINK JIOKHK
7fon. William 3. ll'orncr
Foml du Ijic, V is.
The following Is from ex-Congressman
Warner, a geiilloinan highly esteemed by
nil who know lilm:
" I can truly siy thai I consider flood's Rarsa
parllla tlin bust incilli-lno for purifyliiE tho blood.
It illd mv pood whim physicians and other modi
clues fulled. Itli.u Im'rensoil my apputlto and
sf tmeit to renow my youth. This is absolutely
true." W. 3. WAltSElt. Pond Du Lac, Wis.
Hood'8 Pills euro Constipation by rostor- '
Inu the pcrlstaltloactlonof tho alimentary cauaL '
NI TIIK lOl.l.OWINO M.MiMi
.," ".losie V.,"
"Sally Black" aud Colt,
"Yum Yum" and Colt,
"True Blue" and Colt,
Full IVdlurces of the above can he
seen at (ireenlield Stables, where price and
terms can ne arranged to suit tnu times.
Greenfield Stables, : Kapiolani Part
W. H. KICKAKD.
NOW Ol'KN AT
N. S. SACHS
Laces and Embroideries !
The Largest Assortment and the Finest ever Imp'Tted in the TslnmU.
FINK 11LAUK ALL-OVKU LACKS in IMnln, Polled and Strited with r.nces to match.
KLKHA.VJ BLACK Hi Lh LACK 1' l.oot'l.h w till l.ilL'eing to luatcii.
.'l; and Del
POINT D'ESPitlT NKT in iilnct
AN KNDLKSS VAKIKTY OF -
HOBBON, NEWMAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Hpi-fiiil iiltiMiiiou Is called to our New
SANTA OLA US'
On FRIDAY, Dec. 1st,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
I will sell at Public Auction, at the Resi
dence of C. W. MITLLKlt. No. 1 Kiuiua
htreet, all his Household Furniture, con
Oak. Bedroom Set,
i Oak Bedstead, Wire and Ton Mat
trasses, 1'ockers and Chairs, Patent
STOVE and. TJTE.N'SirjS,
Lace Curtains, Portiersnnd Poles, Mat
ting and Linoleum, Mosquito Nits,
Hanging and Bracket Lamps, Etc.
- PRESENTS THIS -
An unusual attractive variety of NKW
OOODS to meet the taste and wants of
our Island community. Apart
from a line stock of
Presentation and Miscellaneous Books and
IH THE NKW SEASON'S
SILK DRESS GOODS !
Ladle t' and Gents' Handkerchiefs
(With AmeriiMii or Hawaiian Flags)
Sh.iul-, Su-dies, Table I'over.-,
Nn'klie-, Shirt-, Etc., Etc.
C0H0J1 CRAPE OF DIFFERENT GRADES
Shirts, I'.ijauiiis, riuiis,
Kimono Putlenii, Etc., Etc.
Fancy Porcelain Tea Sets,
Cups and Saucers, Plates,
Flower Va-us, Ktc, Etc
Black Laces, White, Cream and Ecru Laces
In Silk anil Cotton, Including the Two Tone, ntid Black and Whit'- combination.
KMBBOIOKItKDXKT FI.Ol'NCKS in White and Delicate Shades.
SWISS KMBKOIDKUE1) FI.Ol'NCKS at n Die llirgain.
SWISS KMBKOIDKUIKS in All Widths and Ncwot Patterns.
01 TRIMMING DEPARTMENT IS COMPLETE !
LATEST SILK PASSAMKNTKKIES In Black anil Colors.
JET PAeSAMKNTKIUESTIMMMINUSin New Patterns.
SILK and JKT PASSAMKNTEKIES in Suts-in Black aud Colored.
ALSO A COMPLETE NKW LINK OF - -
Silk Ribbons, Satin Ribbons and Fancy Ribbons, Etc.
National Cane Shredder
PATENTED UNDER TIIK LAWS OF TIIK HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
Xmas Cards c'r. T;XTm
The Event of the Sewn!
1 am instructed by .Mr. J. M. do 8A c SI LV A,
(who is retiring from business) to sell at
Public Auction at the Japanesellazaar,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, on
Sa'mday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday,
UKO. 2d, 4th, nth umliith,
THE WHOLE OF THE ELEGANT AND
dp-Hours of Sale: Morning, JO o'clock ;
Evening, 7 o'clock.
Lewis J". Levey,
FOB 1 884.
That mut be seen to be appreciattsl.
Also a line ni
Japanese Paper Crepe Books
Of Jingles and Fairy Tales.
Additional to a bewildering supply of the
customary good goods for all good
people Is a stock of
That are as useful as they are novel and I
attractive, and of all kinds and sizes.
Dolls & Dolls' Sundries
Tattle Crumb Pans, Etc., Etc.
Importer of Japanese Goods
am Fort St., near Custom House.
tpiIE UXDUHSKJNEL) HAVE IJEEX APPOINTED rii.LE AGEXTti J-'Oli
tlicru Slllti:i)liKls mill :iro now ummiummI Id icccivc niilerc.
TELEPHONES - Bvi.i. IT I.
P. O. Box IIMi.
Santa Claiis' Hkwiuuahtkkn has
always been noted for its supply of Dolls ,
and all the etceteras of dollilom, ami this
season leads them all.
KID DOLLS, HfJ!.,KK,d
Nankin Dolls, Rag Dolls, Rubber Dolls
China Dolls, Dolls with Fine French Bis
ipie Heads, Dolls with sural I nd Uuhreak- ;
able Heads, China, Heads.
TTI I O with Real Human Hair,
111 KING STREET.
Jiast Opened !
Dolls with Natural Ixik- I of Dill'creiil Varieties aud Latest Patterns.
E. A. JACOBSON,
Ing Hair, some with Tow Hair, Woolly
Hair, ami some with mi Hair at all.
Sleeping-Dolls, "W akoful Dolls, Smil
ing Dolls, Crying Dolls.
TlfM I C In Full Dress, Half Dress .
LvvyL-LQ and Undress and ranging
from about three inches to nearly three I
feet iu size, aud from ten cents to several
Lady Dolls, Girl Dolls, Bo; Dolls, Baby Dolls
French Dolls. Enirlish Dolls.
German Dolls, American Dolls,
Tin gruat uilviuitiiKus in lie ilcrivi'ri I'rmii the iisu nf ilic Xaiional Cank
SmtKDDKU an; thoroughly iMuhlishi'il anil uukmiwli ilgisl hy l'luuu'ra
Tho lurno iitiiulicr of I'l.iutor.- usinj; thorn in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Uiiuhlii;, Poin, Aiistiuliu anil elsewhere, hear witness to the
Tho ue. of the SiiiiK.DDKK very largely ntiKinctits the qii.tutity of cane
the mill ouii (ritil (25 to .')()), also (lie cxtiaetiun of juice (5 tn 12 -.,).
It is a Kr,,'t .ifeKu,ird, m.ikiii known al onee the presence of any
pieces of iron, stakes from i:.if, nr tiuylhiiip; whii-h wuiilil lie linhle U (hiinagu
the mill, ami allowing ainplt tune tn remove s.ime hefuri1 Uiuu.iing the null.
Tho RiiitKiniKit i very slroiigly inailo, mid nun the Dimmer of il opuru
tuin it cntH oi tears these pieces i wmid or iron without otlen hiiMkinj; the
Huukiuikk ; and if anything lireaks, it if simply some of tlie kuivch or cutters,
which enn he iiilcly anil ei'oiiomifiilly rejil.iceil. The Siiiikddkk, h- itn
name imlic.ates, tears the cinie into shr.sln of varyniy li'iijzt li., peifeutly open
ing it mill allowing the ii ill li thomiiglily press. 0m du. jmces without re
iiiiring the iinniense extra power iieers-iuy to grind or crush the whole
e.aue. The, Siiukihikk sprcaiU the shieililed e.me imifonnly ;unl evenly to
the mill rolls, anil does away with the neee-sity of spreading the hngasse by
lumil between the mills, when- regriniling is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is ieitiireil to operate the MIKkiiiikk than that which wits
snllieient fur the null, for the above ichmiiih. We furnish full working
drawings for the iiisl.illalion of our Siikkudkus, enabling any competent en
gineer to biicccBsl'iilly install ami stall them.
In ordering Siiukdiiki: from us, please scud small sketch, showing the
diameter mill width ol the mill rolls with which Hiikkddki: is to he connected,
also tho side (either right or left hand as you face the delivery side of the
mill), upon which the mill engine i located, also the height from Hour line
to center of front mill roll shaft, mid distance center this Imft to fiont end
of bed plule. These SllliKlU)i:itrf are now being um'iI hy the Hilo Sugar Co.
mid llitwi Mill, rColmlu, where they tire giving great satisfaction.
fJUT Prices mid further particular;- may he had hy applying to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., Id.,
8i2-tf Salt- . liirnti fur the lliuiniian hlnndi.
A native uaiued Solomon appro
priated a horse which was standing
near the Empire Saloon last uight
and rode out to Palama. Lipiuu, a
tram car driver, saw hi in and jumped
off to catch the horso. Solomon
made a leap from the animal's back
and lauded in a taropatch. He was
caught and brought to the Station
covered with mud. Tho owner of
the animal, not wishing to be too
hard, filed a charge for ilriinheiine.ss
"The Meek Shall Inhorit tho Earth."
"1 can say one thing," said .Mrs.
Sopor, "and that is that Liliuokalani
would never live to take her scat ou
the throne if a hint was given that
she was to bo restored to power."
"Oh, she might be Queen for
twenty minutes or so," suggested
Mrs, A. Young, who was traveling
with Mrs. Sopor.
"Well, yes," admitted the last
named lady. "Restoration might be
submitted to if there was any assur
ance that t hero would be no force
employed to retain Imr in power, but
not otherwise. If it simply amount
ed to putting her in possession of
the palace aud letting her retain
possession as best she could the
Provisional Government's rule would
not be interrupted fur an hour. If, j
however, the idea gained ltouikI
that hIiu was to be supported con-
l tiutially or for any length of time she
would never be allowed to reach the
Watchmaker & Jeweler
NO. rm FORT STREET.
Who left for tho Coast by last steamer, will
arrive on I'eeomber M, by the
"Australia," with a
- OF THE
Jewelry i Watches
And locate at the above mentioned
SHIRTS, SILK HANDKERCHIEFS.
PORCELAIN TEA SETS,
Christmas Goods and Cnrios
Esquimaux Dolls, Indian Dolls,
Intto Dolls, Darkey Dolls
TVM I HeadH, Doll Bodies
XSKJMilJ Wigs, Doll'
Shoes. Doll's Stockimrs. Doll's Hats. Doll's
Parasols, Doll's Jewalry, Doll's Fans, DoII'b
Cradles, Doll's Bedsteads. Doll's Trous
seaux, Doll's Carriages, Doll's Tea Sets,
Wash Sets and sets of lots of necessary
things to complete tho happiness of a
doll's mamma's life.
Equal liberal provision is made in all the
Rubber Toys, Woodon Toys, ,
Tin Toys, Born Toys,
Iron Toys, Paper Toys, Etc.
OUTDOOR HAM EH, INDOOR UAMKH
... 33 O O K S ...
That ant a jo to behold.
411 -:- King -:- Street
Evervbodv and all ages nrovided
for at S.nta Ci.M's' II i:nqilAitiKits.
I S0 llw
Per S. S. Monowai.
Frozen : Turkeys
Heavy, Fleshy and Firm, just received
irom out i oast, aii-o
J Island Tuirlceys
I (Fiom Camarinos' Ranch). Fattened
I on grain aud fresh meat; any desired
weight, alive or killed and dressed.
CAL. FKUIT MARKET.
s'll Mutual Telephone .Tin. 1 lit
I COACH LINE
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OK
Reserve vour Xiims and
Year's purchases until his return.
N. P. JftUOBSON,
Football Match !
MRS. A. M. MKLI.I8 HAH RKBUMKD
Dressmaking and will be pleased to
sec her patrons at her former establish
incut, olH Kurt street, Honolulu,
SOMETHING NEW I
IIKTWKKN WAIKIKI, TIIK PARK,
HANSSOUCl, DIAMOND HEAD
Etc., Etc, Etc,
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SKCOND.HAND OR DAMAOED (100D8 KEPT ON HAND
OKI) WAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethol Street.
BKLL TELEPHONE bl!. -H tm MUTUAL TELEPHONE .H3.
But wo would like your attention a throne. She would either be killed
moment. Thursday is Thauksgiviug or deported before the inotement
day. Wo shall make the finest pies, ' could he elfected. The heads of the
cukes aud ice ureaiii on thai day. ' Provisional (ioiorntuont would not
Wo expect a big rush; please give ( be responsible for her assassination,
your orders soon; we wouldn't like please understand that; but there
to see you get left. I are other people who would hesitate
All city orders delivered free. The I at nothing to prevent a restoration
tililu Ice Cream I'nrlors, Hart k (Jo., I of the monarchy." -linmlurr, .W.
bullotol stiuol, i IU,
TO-MORROW, Nov. 30th,"
AT I l)' I.OI K I' M.
ON NEW BASE'iALL GIIOUHDS
Punahou vs. Pacific a
Admission, : 25 Conts
IK YOU ARK (IOINO TO HILO. II A
Jl wail, do not forget to call in al the
7 :.)0 a, iu,
i Ktvic con. t'oin
AMI KIMi SI,
!i;Uj a, iu.
l:m p in
7 pi "
PARTY DESIRES Tt)
llin or to Clou tor s
Siuull Hiciiiiicr or Schoouur,
For particulars, call at the
Ollloo o thin puur.
r-l'"uru m lllllii Itiitiiju 1 cent., Wal;
klM, IU ceiilKi San fvmci and Dlainond
licitu, in cuius; roiiuu inp, ' i-cnta,
children iiudir l'.')ear. hull price.
-AT TIIK FAMOUS STORE OF
B. F. EIHIIIliIEIRS &c GO.
BOB Se B 1 1 FORT BTFiElBIT.
OarLtorx "VvTasla Fabrics !
A bnudboiuH Cotton Fnbriii. New Stylos this seamin, tlie cll'ccts arc lac-slniiles ol iJhlns
Silks to mmi them means to apjircciato them.
Silk llulsli just nut, real French dcnigus are the 11 net and llio crate of the kohsou,
Oashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
One of the handsomest Wash .Material thin H'nnni entirely new and
lor the price has an eipial,
"Wliite Lawns and JDimity I
In Plain. htrlKd and Checkid Iu great variety.
VT DrwuwuJdng Under Ute HtMgtment ol HR8, 01INMDII. jfcj