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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KKOM AND AKTKR JUNE 1. 1KB. j
To Kwa Mim.
n. ii. a. d.
i.envc Honolulu.... 8:43 1:1.1 VM 6:10
Unvu Pearl fit v ... .11:30 2:30 6:10 fi:5fl
Arrive Kwn MM. .. .9:67 -J:67 8:3(1 11:22
0. 11. II. A.
AM AV lM PM
Uftve Kwn Mill 0:21 10:43 3:43 6:42
l,eive Pearl City... .11:55 11:16 1:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu ... 7:30 11:55 1:65 0:45
A. Saturdays only.
0. Bitndnys excepted.
I). Saturday excepted.
tllu guilt 2 lUflin,
MONDAY, MARCH 20, 1891.
Haukihv, Mnr. 21.
Stinr Mokotll (rum Maul, l-atml mid Molo-
Htmr l.lkidlki- from Maul
tfrsiiAY, Mnr. 25.
I' A B S Wnrrlmuo, Perry, 10 tiny from
Vancouver, 11 O
H 8 China, Ward, Is days fmiu Hongkong
Slmr IVIc friiiti Mnkavvtdl
an.MHAV, Mar. 25.
( A 8 H WnrrliiiiNi, IVrry, for thi Coloiilfi
Moni.vy, Mur. 2il.
1 M S 8 Chlim, Ward, for Han Fnuiidiii
rtttur Kuiilii for Kalmkii nt :i ii in
Httnr Iwnlnnl for Maknwt-il ill 1 t in
Htmr Mlkalinlit for Nnwlllvvlll, Ki.h.n, Kit-
tlit, Makiivicll, Wnlinen and Kukiilm ul
Htmr Jainus Mnki-e for lluu-ttiiaiilii itml
Khjuii at 1 1 in
t Mokolll for Kiiiiuaknknl. Kniiiulo,
I'll!..... Ilnl.i.a.rt II'mIIm.. f V..I..I. ......
i.m-., iiumnLi. i.iuiiii,. I 1'IVHIIIIII .
KnlniiMi.u, Ijilmlnu, Oloiviilu nud
Initial nt 5 i in
Slinr t.tketlku for llnkiilau at I to
Voasols Loavlnif To-morrow.
hluir Y 0 llnll for Ijthalim, Mitnliirit,
hotia, Kim nud Volcano at (o a in
Am Iiktne I'lnliH-r, Dow. fnrHnu l'mm-l-co
Am liktnu HOWIIdur, McNeill, for 8itu
OarKOoa from lalnnd Porta.
Hluir l.lkidlki' TiXX) ujri .ugar.
rttiur I'clo :ww linn mgur.
Krom Kiiunl, r lmr Jbiiik-. Maki-o.
Mur 21 V II timlth niidlldiik.
From Kminl, iwrtnir Iwnlmil, Miir'JI -0
llurrett ami 21 deck.
Kiuni 8an Kriuirlwo, ikt whr l.ilm,
MurJI-MlltoiKlulo, Win l-'i inn KBn, Joint
l.tinter, in Dawn, J llnrkn.
From llrltluli Coliuiihla. iir (.' A 8 8
Wanliuoo, Jlnrli'V-A W Parker, wife and
2 children, J A McCnndle, K C Wii-di-bimi,
J .Metlifcn, Thoifihi.ridun, Mr M
h Ilvntou mid 21 In tnui-lt.
ForSvdnuy, por 0 A 8 8 Wurrlinoo, Mnr
25 Arclillinld Archer, h temt;i mill 21 In
Tor ban KriinoUco, per l M 8 8 Chlim,
Mur '.It-Cunt NuImiii, l) 8 N; Kiiltn llu-t-wick,
18.N: C A 8i-ri-okel, T Tmilciil,
Hon Alex oiuik mid 2 Mlm- Yotitiir.
titevraKo: II llerRon.cn, V M FIlxMinmoiii',
1 T Mnrkley.
Tim Cilntniiis ullicIalH were loo hiiy to
day to utuind on uunnuiir ruporUTx,
The Hteunter W. (I, Hall will limvu for
windward at 10f.VliH!k to-morrow morn
lug. The burkvniiiii'H l'luntcrand 8. 0. Wilder
uru uxiH'ctvil to leiivu to-ntorniw for bun
TlioJJ. A. 8. 8. WurrlmrMi, Cnpl-iln Pi
arrived from Yuneunvi-r. II i!. ut i
.veMenluy anil left fur lliu Cwlo le ut (In.
I nfi..p .ii.ii...v..i.... !.
" -viiiiiBui ii i-uruo in iiiiiu,
renteut mid lumber.
The P. M 8.8. China, Cniitaln WHrd,
i-iiniu Into Kirt yutorduyovenlnj,afier tlin
Warrlmoo hud loft, from I'hlnu ami Yoko
hama, dhu hud M toiiH of frelKht, hwlden
172 1 hnene and 20 Jiiuimc jiiiMiuniiers for
thN jiort. Tim Chlim left fur 8ku I'riiu-i-ii-co
ut 2 i. nt, to-duy,
A Oood Attendance and a Lively
Show All Round.
Thorn wuhu guod attuudaiivo at
Hid atltlutio oiitortnititinuit nt tlto
Uorntania struut armory on Satur
day ovouiiif,'. Tim club Hwiuging ly
young II. Sholilon was vory imat mat
ulii'iti'd groat applauBo. Tim four
round contost for a silver inndal, to
niprusont tho bantam I'liiiiiipion
hliip,'vas fought for by Mr. Lau
castor ami A. Juckaou, tlit lattor a
Hawaiian and pupil of G. Washing
ton. A lifth round wa ordorod bv
tho roforuo, and at tho uomlu!oa a
draw was do-larod. A clog daneo
by V. Diincnlf was uno of tho host
HxhibitioiiH of tho kind tvur
given in Honolulu. Tho wnt
hug, Grawo- Uoinan stylo, bu
twoon J. Sponwr nud W. Wildor
was won by tho foriuor easily About
thia timu Joseph Marsdou while
wallung down tie hall tripped up
and fell on his bread-basket. Some
wag Bang out "First fall," ami theio
wero roars of laughter. Varieties
by tho "Original Uig Six" kepi tho
audiouue in good humor till they
retired. Included in the six wore
threo real "cullud goiuiuens." Ouo
of tho jokes cracked was about a
member of tho mounted patrol go
ing down to tho wharf to arrest the
pile drivor for fast driving. This
was one on Wagner. The minstrel
show was immoiiho. David M .una
displayed masterly bkill with the In
dian ulubs. Tho euteitaiumeut
closed with a three-round contest
between Jim Harrington, middle
weight, and (ieorge Washington,
heavy-weight. Jim kept the colored
boxer defending him-elf throughout.
I ho entorlainiiiout win a very en
Jojiiblo one nud many went home
hoarse with laughing.
Silk handkerchiefs with the .lapa
imneso Hag iu the four corners have
LOCAL AND OENEIlAIi NEWS.
John Eua entertained friends at
Tho Scottish TldstuV Club will
meet this evening.
Dancing parly from !l to (5 this p.
in. on tho Philadelphia,
"Detective" Wagoner ees omit mil
i de bolice. Good riddance.
J. F. Morgan will hold a sale of
stocks at his palosrooin at noon to-
Alexander Young and two daugh
ters loft on tho S. S. China to-day
i for the Coait.
1'rinio fresh halibut and salmon
canto in the WarrimooV cold storage
to tho Metropolitan Meat Co.
Cnpl. Benjamin Thompson of
Kenuebunkport, Maine, died March
l, aged 100 years and 2 mouths.
Captain Nelson, U. S. N., and En
sign iiostwick wero passengers hence
Dy tlto . S. (Jliina or tbo Coast.
Lodge lo I'rogres will hnltl its
regular monthly meeting lln even
ing. All Free Maons are invited.
Dan Lyons' dancing academy was
attended by about sixty people, both
old and young, on Saturday after
noon. The 172 Chinese and 20 Japanese
who camo uu the S. S. China lor this
port were placed in ipiarautiue this
A special meeting of the Interna
tional Schtielzcn Club will be held
this evening, when u full attendance
An offer of employment combined
with foreign travel is made to-day,
to a girl, or siuglo woman, or a mar
This evening tho Sons of St.
Oeorgo will hold one of their always
pleasant socials at their meeting
place, Pythian hall, Fortstteel.
The 1 O. baud piny at Emma
Square this evening. Prof. Merger's
now march. "The IJ. S. S. Philadel
phia," will be rendered for the first
H. 1. Lillie's furniture will be sold
at his residence, Green street (near
lleretauia ears), on Wednesday at 10
a. in. by James F. Morgan. See the
C. A. Hrowu was disappointed be
cause J. A. McCamllessdid not fetch
with him by tho Wnrrimoo 10 head .
of thoroughbred Polled Angus cat
tle for island rauchc.
Tho departure of the S. S. China '
was postponed from noon to 2
o'clock, ou account of inability to
discharge in time. The P. (!. baud
played ou tho wharf nt noon.
The faculty of Lake Forest, III!
nois, University have refused the
baseball club formed by the students
permission to take a trip among
eastern and southern colleges.
Fifty-ono Japanese laborers were
brought from the Mima plantation.
Kauai, ou the steamer Fein yester
day. They refused work unless an
obnoxious luua was discharged.
Surf-riding iu ca-ocs is now nil the
go among distorters iu the brine nt
Waikiki. Society ladies enjoy the
exciting sport. One ennoo capsized
yesterday afternoon but no one was
II. E. Walker offers a good oppor- '
tunily to get a Cleveland bicycle on '
easy lerms. The Cleveland has no
superior, as an examination will eon- '
viuce anyone competent to judge.
See notice of club.
There is a scarcity of lish iu the,
market. Chinese fishermen say I lie
fish have all gouo out to deep water,
ami will return iu two mouths. The
Chiuiiiueu do not care about going '
too far to sea nfter the fish.
General Juhal A. Early, one of;
tho best known Confederate com
iiiauders iu the late civil war, died
early this mouth at L.uehburg.
Since tho war ho has boon best
known through his connection with
me jouihiaun lottery.
Attorney Magoou was hustling for
a writ of habeas corpus on Cnpl.
Ward of the China for the produc
tion of Chinese detained ou board
for lack of Mitixfaetory pnper.
Nothing seems to have dropped,
An attack on the Jouo-t locked
fence by a steer in related iu the lla
waiiau Hardware Co.'n column. It
turned out like Da Gnuia's attack
on Itio- -tlie attacking party was
downed. A strong tentimouinl to
the good qualities of ll.e Uendrv
breaker is appended.
Mr. and Mr. i O. Squier paid
he lin.i.mx ollice it visit this morn
ing. They are through passengers
by the China. Mr. Squier is an
agent in the silk trade, but incident
ally represents the Columbus (O.T
Dispatch. Ho wu-. formerly a regu
lar newspaper man, but finds more
money iu sdk.
There were passengers with less
than .?.')() iu their pockets by theS. S.
Wnrrimoo which arrived front Van
couver yeterda. and consequent!)
they had lo go ou to the Colonie.
Three were locked up ou the upper
deck and two below, while Captain
Patterson, harbor policeman, stood
guard on the wharf.
Members of the American League
and Schueteu club were seen going
around to-day, endeavoring to get
natives to sign the pledge in uphold
the Prow.ioual (inveruiuent ami
gain the privilege lo vote at lite
coiirditutiounl convention election
to take place in May Nuuohuw or
other the native wouldn't Into.
The Waller property at Kalihi
was sold at noon to-day by J. I".
Morgan to tho llntvniinu luv'o-dmnut
Co. forSIWHio. . hit ul Pnlaiiink.-ii,
about In acres, went for .?20in John
Magoou. A quarter of an acre at
Kainaliela sold for $H'i0 to Jnoph
Smith. Taxes ou all propeities are
unpaid, so that the purchuaKi will
lniw to IN)' lllwlll
HOLY WEEK AND EASTER.
Oraat Musical Colourations in the
Entor Sunday was preceded bv
impressive services during holy week
in tho Anglican ami Catholic
churches day nnd evening. Ou the
Suuday the "churches were densely
crowded at the principal celebra
tions. In tho Roman Catholic Cathedral
on Thursday evening Very Ilov.
Father Leouor preached tho sermon
on tho passion, occupyiug an hour
and a quarter. It was a remarkablo '
oratorical feat for tho aged priest.
Ho was followed by Hov. Father
Campos in Portuguese. The cat he-'
dral was crowded to the doors on
On Good Friday Father Campos
presided at the stations of tho cross
in Portuguese, and Father Francis
of St. Louis College iu English, both
to densely crowded congregations.
Father Francis conducted tho it
o'clock mass on Easter Sunday. ,
Music was furnished )iy the orches-
tra ami choir of St. Louis College, i
High pontifical mass was celebrated ,
at i0::0 by tho Bishop of Panopolis,
with Father Francis as deacon.
Father Matthias as sub-deacon, ami
Falhor Clement as assistant priest.
St. Louis Colleiro band led the
music. A great many visitors added
to tho multitude that overllowed
tho spacious edifice. There were
large congregation present also at '
the (5 and 7 a. in. services. Many,
candidates wero continued in tho I
afternoon. The s.-rvieo of the Portu- '
gueso missionary, Father Campos,
at 7 p. in. was crowded.
All through the services of holy
week nnd Easter Dar. thu music lit.
the Catholic church is described as
having been simply perfect. It was
entirely by native singers ami play
ers, with the exception of some of
the college performer'.
In St. Andrew's Cathedral the
Easter celebration began Saturday
evening with a full chornl servic'o
concluding with the hymn, "Onward
Christian Soldies," to music by Sir
At fh'IO Sunday morning the first
service by tho Second Cou-'regatiou
was held, n celebration of tho holy
communion, tho Uev. Alex. Mackin
tosh ollicititing. Seventy persons at
this early hour partook of the sacred
The firm congregation at (i-IU)
held n choral celebration of tho holy
communion, the Bishop of Honolulu
celebrating, assisted by the ll.w. V.
11. Kitcnl. The music was sung by
tho choir of boys and men. There
wero about a hundred communi
cants. At II o'clock there was an
other choral service, intoned by the
Ilov. V. II. Kitcat. The Bishop
preached to a large congregation.
Staiuer's Te Dentil was sung by the
boy choir, also the anthem, "Tho foe
behind." In the afternoon (here
was service iu Hawaiian, at which n
number of children wero baptized.
The second congregation hail full
choral service nt iblH) a. in., the
cathodal Itoing .so crowded that
man) people failed to got admis
sion. Soeeial music was beautifully
rendered by the choir of ladies and
gonl lemon, including: Easter carol,
the anthem, "Christ Our Passover;"
Te Deuiii by Vogrich, Jubilate by
Bridgwater, and an aiilhem, "Ou
tho first day of the week," by Lett.
The soprano solos wero finely given
by Miss McGrew and Miss Ward.
Oilier solo singers wero Mrs. Van
Vliet, Mnj-os Von Holt and May At
kinson, Messrs. laukea nud Pierce.
Uev. T. Grilllths, Chaplaiu of II. M.
S. Champion, assisted at tho service.
Men from the Champion attended
iu a body. There followed another
celebration of the holy communion,
eighty-three persons remaining.
Both congregations hail goodly
attendances at evening prayer.
There were a carol and an anthem
included in the praises of tho
second. Wray Taylor ollicialed at
Ihu organ throughout I lie Uay for
v Central Union Church observed
L.Mor Day by special iiiii.mc and
FELL FROM HIS HORSE.
A Nutivu Muutu With a Surious Mis
hap on Pallium Road.
A uative named Makaiiui came
into town from I'alatna ou horse
back yesterday noon ami was return
ing home about ftrik) o'clock iu the
afternoon, when, opposite the Cali
fornia Feed Co.'s warehouse, he met
with a very serious accident. While
he was riding along ou his sorrel
steed, his hat was blown oil. He
stopped and while iu the act of
wheeling hi- horse around loat his
hold and fell oIL The unfortunate
man Mruck on the tramway rail ou
tho back of his head, cutting it
open and knocking him senseless.
Friends picked him up and put him
iu a hack, he being still unconscious
and black in the face. On the way
the two men, who wero taking him
home, thinking ho was probably
dead, gave him two or three hard
blows on tho back, which brought
him to his Miusei to thoir surprise.
Besides l he cut ou the head, Maka
iiui Mii-taiiied some injury iu tho
back of the neck.
O. A. S. S. Wnrrimoo.
The Canadian Australian Ptcamcr
Wnrrimoo ntrived from Britisli Col
umbia jesterday fotenoou. She
left Vancouver at 7 a. in., Kit li iust.,
mill Yliitiiriii Ii ii iii k'liiu. ittili. 1,'v-
licriouccd a Mlei-esinn of Htmin'
i i i . i i . n
Mrs. (laut will give an illustrated
lecture on "England and Windsor
Carl le" nt Knvvninhno Church Thurs
du owning. This will be her last
lectuie prior to her depaituie for
the volcano, and po-iibly the Ian mi
her present vimi to the island-.
A meeting of the (Queen's Hospital
trustees for iiuporl'itil business will
bw livid at I0:U0 u iu. on Wwdncudny.
WOMAN IN DISTRESS.
Wife of a Reservoir Keeper Found
Half Dead in a Swamp.
A telephone message was received
at the Police Station Saturday even
ing from Kaueohn that a woman
had been seen at the Pali nearly
dead. Captain Klontnie despatched
a patrolman aud a uative ollicer to
the 1'ali at 10 o'clock to find the
woman. Tho ono who sent the tele
phone said the cries of the woman
could be heard ou tho road. When
tho oflicors arrived at a point direct
ly opposite tin old shanty ou the
left-hand side, formerly ued for
storing tools, itoar the Pali, tlay
heard wailing as of some one in
agony. Thoy pushed into tho brush,
wandering about a mile and gelling
up to their waists in water, when
they saw a nativo woman lying on
tho edge of a swamp with her body
half iu tho wator. She had ou only
n Itolokti. Tho woman was half
dead, shivering with cold ami articu
lating incoherently. Tho olllcers
picked her up aud carried her out to '
tlto road, experiencing great dilli
culty in pushing through the bushes.
They started for town with their
load aud met a native ou the road1
who recognized the woman as the1
wiio oi tho keeper of tho Nuuauit
reservoir. She was then carried to
his house. Tho reservoir keeper said
his wife left at 4 o'clock that after-
uoon to go to tho mountains to get I
guavas, and ho was thinking of go- I
iug to search for her In the morn
ing. The olllcers started for town '
at 2 o'clock.
Protective Union Formed with a
Momborship of Fivo Hundrod.
The Chinese resident in Honolulu i
hnvo formed an organization under !
the name of the Chinese Protective!
Union. It already numbers MX)
members, including most of the '
leading merchants. Its objects are '
mutual Itcnolit, the relief of distress i
among inu utiiueso, ami protection
of the interests of that nationality
throughout the group. The society
is formed ou law-abiding principles
and will be characterized by respect
for tho constituted authorities. Olll
cers as yet tiro temporarily appoint
ed, aud permanent ones will lie
elected ou the adoptiou of constitu
tion and bylaws. The headquarters
are on the upper lloer of the build
ing at the comer of Hotel ami Ma
unakea streets, formerly occupied
as n restaurant.
Thouaanda of Brick.
The schooner Aloha, which ar
rived from San Francisco on Satur
day, had included iu her cargo sixty
thousand brick for the 1'nciHc Ferti
lizer A; Phosphate Co. The briclt
will be discharged nt the Oahu Kail-w-a.y
wharf, to be taken by rail to
Kalihi, where the new depository
building of the Phosphate Co. fs
being erected. Aboil' sixty thou
sand more of brick will lm brought
down by tho schooner Alice Cooke.
The building will be a large one.
Already a track has been laid to the
building from the railway.
A HPI't'lAI. MI'.m'IMi OH THK
Hoard of TrilMr.'-i of the (jrn.V
llo-rnw, win IU Iii-Ii nl tlm l!iim of the
( huiiilii'rofl'omiiienv.oii WKDM-'mHA Y.
llie'JMlnlayiif .Miin-h. ill Im.jiiiV m-k i.
M. IIii-Iih-m. nf liiiiMiMit,.,. Vr order.
1". A. HCIlAM-'KIt,
.. ..... Si-t-roiiirv.
Ilonuliihi March 2-1, l.n. ti-n L'l
Lodiru lo Progros do I'Ocoaiilu. No. la t,
'iMii:ni: wn.i. m: a mi:i:tix. m-
Uwltrii li Pr.i(-i de l'ii-i-uiiti, Su. l.'l,
ul lt hull on KliiKlri-vt. IioIui-imi llitlirl
and Port. TIIlM (Moiiduv) KYCNIMI,
Mun-h -Jl, ut 7:. Ki u'oliK-k, tor
Itr.iit'i.Mt Miisriuv IIi-ink--.
Meliiher of Hiiwulluu Lmlp- nii.l all
'ojuiirnliij: llrilhnniirii iriinrnSlly lnvit.il
lo In- iiri'-int.
Ily orthr of Urn W.-. M..
Cleveland Bicycle Club
Will luivi- if I'lrM lniniiiK mi
-A-BLIL if 1894,
IT ONLY I't'HTh Yor
S10 A MONTH
To lm In Hum with other Clevi'lnnd"
rldert. hul lie n- i-iiu ju,i nk fur
Join Now, a Few Chances Left!
ALUMINUM iii nirni I '
H. E. WALKER,
,r'l I' Aifiint, llouoliihi, . .
Visitors, Picnic Parties, Liiaus
General Fulollo !
A t Smith's Bus and Livory
Stablos, King Street,
lAdjiiluiliK .MulreHilinii Meat Murki-t;
I-the l'ln-iiiul i'ai-i. in tOMti yell nin )it
lliliM-k, WuMiHii-Iti'-, lie kI"' '"'"I fllllilll
llurn-i.. will it v von to call ulidxc
iH'fure eii It) 1 1 ruin n-.
lutvucl Talophono iOB.
livrrii ilr,-nitliin ufj'uil I'UISTISU
dun ul Iht Itullrllu Ojhi'f,
Even When Called Incurable
Torrlblo Eolgo-Sclatlc Rhoumatlsm
Mr. Arthur Simon
Of Unl.tte.-v, Ohio.
"They altl lr.11 inrurnMr, the doctnrt
did, lint the remit lias proven that tlnnd'i Sar.
apa Itl.-v wai nt.le to rnrr. 1 liad Hdatlo
lllicittnntlni ntul vvm ennPtieil to nylicil ilt
Boutin. Thrcopli)4ivt4iitiinl not help wo anil
I Was Olvon Up to Dlo
Vhen I was In tltli terrlMo eiindltlon. unable
o more hnad sr fot, 1 1.eRiu to Uko Hood's
darsapnrllla. Tho flnt linllln had a tittle el-
feet, nnd vvliltc t.ikliis the ci'ntiil, I caliu'd 10
Mpully that I coulil tit up hi my chair. Mr iv
tetn Jiad I'oen so run itmvn liy other nr.-illcliie,
tint It took Inoipillenvthlln to reeiipcrate. Iir
ll.f. tlmr. 1 lifltl liken Inlir l.ntf lata .if llmU'. a-
saparllla 1 roiil.l i.nlU nroitnil, iiii.l now, as I
lnve taken 'In Implex. I nm rtirnl and ean
do a cood da) ' work. I do not leel I can prutio
ernmsh." AnTiif it Womy, (liilatoa, Ohio.
Hood's Pills ii iwt ninr-uinmr
HOIIItON .NKW'MAN .V CO..
Agents for Hawaiian ll-tn..
ON APRIL 1, 1894,
hoke & zur oeweste
Will I eke t'li.iri-c of tin Hii.ri- known n
"KA MAII.ir with ii
new complete stock1
KAN'CY AHTIC'LKS '
I.AHIKS' A- ('IIII.IHIKN'M
ShoES, Notions. Etc., Etc., E;c.
KOU SAN MtANCISCO.
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I'HK A I hli; MHIIII'
wii.i. i.k.vm: in. mm i i.r
ion uu vimvK lion .i
Saturday, March 31st,
I In- iiudervlitniil urn now pn-Kin-l tn
li-in- Through Tii-ki-ts from tin- i'ii to all
liliiii In the I'nUi'd Siati-.
I'nr fnrflii.r ii.irtl..nl i... r....nr. !....
r K-ilii ur rii-i;i', npplv n
WM. (I. IKWIN .V CO., I.'i.,
I'KK S. S. "AL'STKALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Propriotor.
Notice To Lawn Teunis Players I
it iiayinh iu;i;n piiopoi:u m
I I till. Iluiril nf Muiri),'iiiii-iii in tin. IIiiiiii.
I lulu i rii-kut riiiti tl,-n a bn 'Ini'.i. i'i I,
, In fur 11 1 i-i 1 in i.iiiiiihii i Inn ii it 1 1 1 1... 1 1 i i
iIik iloiriiuf M:iliii;i-iiifiit lll in. d a I-
itiK at i ln Arlington Aiiiii'v Uinp - r. i .
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Persian Lawns, Yictoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
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