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WHAT'S IN TO-DAYS PAPER.
Two Ca()le Wanted.
Kill tor lal Paragraph.
Elcctornl Franchlie, by " Fatherland'
Soin of St. Ocorne Hoelnl.
Koutiil In n Oravo.
The Flower Mission.
Feast of Nation.
Stole u Two-Storv Hoiie.
Iiooal and Ueneral Item.
For Killing of Kauliatii'.
War in the Cam p.
Stock and Ural Estate.
Kmployment for the Faithful.
Tempi of Fu-.lil.rn 01oed.
"Another Kichniond In the fii-M.
.!.imnee Warshlpi 'ilteil.
Maternity Home l.nan.
t ontiimntlon of Two Cables Wanted.
TUESDAY, MAKCH '27, 181M.
A largo portiou of space is givcu
tip in this issuu to a most interesting
article ou Pacific oablos. Its facts
aro important and its tone very ro
assuring of tb.u early adveut of cablo
oommunieatiou to Honolulu.
What tho Advertiser advocates
now for the avoidance of giviug the
franchise to Japanese -that is, tho
limitation of tho franchiso to Ha
waiian citizons is exactly the same
thing as was trttmpoted abroad from
California to Maine as a crime at
tempted by the Queen. The consti
tution she was going to promulgate
is supposed to havo had that feature,
which was denounced as au attempt
tt "disfranchise all foreigners" and
those who "paid nine-tenths of
the taxes." Tho fact is many of the
largest property-owners and tax
payers were already Hawaiian citi
zens. It is doubtful if there is such
an abnormal condition of things
anywhere as that the Queen, reput
edly, would have abolished that
one who enjoyed all the protection
and privileges of the Hawaiian Hag
should own superior allegiance to,
and have the right to the protection
of, another flag iu any sellish emer
gency. Eloctoral Franchiso.
Editor Uullltin: -
Tho Advertiser and the crowd it
represents are just beginning to real
ize the old proverb that "what is
sauce for tho coose must Ixi also
sauce for tho gander." It took them i
a long time seven years -to feel it,
but it has come, ami better late than
uoer. Tho "missionary" Constitu
tion of 1887 was supposed to huvo
played a very smart game against
tho natives, by allowing tho right of
vote to all the white vagabonds who
are dumped on these shores, nobody
knows from whence. Hut il now
looms out that, if this unprecedent
ed concession is maintained for white
strangers, it cannot bo refused to
Asiatics; aud, as these stand (Chinese
and Japanese together) 35,(XX) able
bodied n fit against 8000 Caucasians,
Portuguese included, no ktiow what
the results will be -that tho whites
will bo snowed under and forced to
go away All restrictive qualifica
tions, of property aud knowledge of
English call it education if you
will will be of no avail iu tho situ
ation, becauso the utimbor of Japan
ese and Chinese who already know
English aud of those who are eager
ly learning it, is constantly increas
ing, aud the order evidently comes
from Japan to tho Japanese here, to
qualify thomselves for soiling the
country by leiral means. Tho only
salvation lor a white government is
therefore to return to the universal
political rule, that fitittim alone can
havo tho right of vote. Citizenship
has always boon the most precious
right of nations, the one tho most
zealously guarded, the only solid
wall against outsido Hiicroachmnuts
aud annihilation. As long as the
Roman citizouship was exclusive and
limited, Homo ruled the world; as
soon as ttm"missiouary" Constitution
of tho times allowed tho privilege of
"Civis Homauus" to all tho barba
rians (read foreigners) that had been
conquered, or were allied, or came
to live within tho imperial bounda
ries, so soon the hitherto invincible
Empire began to disrupt, and then,
like now, tho right to the franchise
claimed by foreiguors only served as
a pretext for barbarian invasions,
just as tho Chinese and Japanese are
ready to invade tho Hawaiian Isl
ands, if tho franchise is not granted
to thoir subjects as to all other for
eigners. Tho Advertiser is therefore
quite right, in this morning's edito
rial, to discover that tho only remedy
Hob in restricting equally the right
of vote to those only who aro legally
citizens. And furthermore this
ought to bo done ovon if thero was
no threatening Asiatic question.
For wo havo here 3500 Portuguese
males, whoso number is rapidly in
creasing through their children, all
of whom are, aud will remain Portu
guese subjects, and who will be able
at no distant date, not only to rule
aud dictate here, but oven to trans
form this kingdom into a Portu
guese colouy b5' tho sheer force of
their number, acting unitedly
against the various other contend
iiiK factions of 2.11 percent Ameri
cans, 1.18 percent JJritishers, 1.75
percent Oermaus, etc. Aud who
knows whether the Advertiser will
not recognize next, that the only i
basis for stable government hero, is I
through tho much abused natuol
element, if they can be properly
conciliated? Fatiikw k, j
Hardtack: "So voti waul n
ob, hi Aroyo u a touiii rain maul
kloso IJneuin: "Well, aah, ro kind
.1. a iiiiiirwiiiiiii on tho lltiuor nuH.
tlou." Mr. Hardtaok: "What do you
iiioanl" Mosu Liuoum: "Well, sail,
my priuuiplus in total abutinoiico
total abstlooucu, iab but 1 takoa a
drink wbun I fuoli Hko It." Jmiu
SONS OF ST. GEORGE SOCIAL.
Well Managed and Fully Enjoyed
K. of P. ball on Fort street was ' Latolv tho ownors of lots on the
novor perhaps so tastefully doco-1 Waikikf side of tho Catholic Cemo
rated as it was yesterday eveuinp, tery on King street havo boon re
the occasion being the social and i medying the neglected condition of
dance of Captain Cook Lodge, Sons tho grounds. Yestorday, while somo
of St. George. Across the hall wore digging was being done close to tho
British, American and Hawaiian I fence, an old grave- was opened, (lis
flags in the form of a cross, and on closing a decayed colli n containing
the walls were the ensigns of other the bones and hair of a departed Ini
tiations. The anteroom and door-, man being. The hair being gray iudi
ways were also handsomely draped i cated that tho corpse was that of an
with flags. A large portrait of Queen aged person. On top of the colli n
Victoria was liutig beneath tho . was found a strange collection of
canopy of tho presiding oflicer. In equipments for a parcel of inanimate
all, t lie decorations showed evidence I humanity. Thero wore u revolver
of artistic hands. The hall was J tied up in a haudkerchiof, aboltloof
pretty well filled about eight o'clock liniment aud a vial of medicine, also
with pleasure-seekers, including an American silver quarter dollar,
wives and children of members, and . There is no mystery about the (lis
tho company begati dancing to covery, excepting as to tho identity
music by a iniiutot of string instru-1 of the dead bod', for it is an old
meuts, keepiug it up, with au inter- Hawaiian practice, still followed to
val tor rest ami refreshments, until
a late hour. In the anteroom was
spread a bountiful repast of good
tilings, a long table being covered J
from end to end with both substau-
tial and luxurious viands. Under ;
the superintendence of mine host
Mr. Simpson, of Sans Souci, every-
body was kept well supplied with '
refreshments throughout tho ovon- i
inir. Mr. Chapman, steward of Sans
Souci, lately a caterer at Sydney, N.
S. W got up the spread and was as
sisted in serving it by Mr. Lindsay.
About midnight George Harris
thanked all for their attendance aud
all present jollied bauds and closed l
an evening of rare enjoyment by
singing "AuUl Lang Syne." The j
Sons of St. OeorKo have the distinc
tion of getting up pleasant social
gatherings, but in tho event of last
evening they excelled themsehes.
Feast of Nations.
Friends of the Kitidergartou,
Flower Mission, V. C. T. U., Glean
ore, Y. V. C. T. U., and Sailors'
Home, aro attain reminded of the re
quest made a short time ago, for '
useful aud ornamental articles for
the American and British booths at I
tho "Feast of Nations." which will .
take place on tho lift It and litth of
April. Articles may bo left with
Mrs. Wodchouso for the liritish
booth, and with Mrs. Dole for the
Tho Flower Mission.
The ladies of the Flower Mission
will bo glad to receive flowers at the
Hospital any Wednesday morning nt
Jl o'clock. Will thoe friend, who
can thus gie pleasure to tho sick
and stiirering ones, kindly communi
cate with one of the ladies whoe
names aro mentioned below: Mrs.
Sproull, Miss Ilnrtwell, Miss Pindur.
or Miss Jordan, Secretary.
It is reported that the forty or
.!...!.. 1 i .1... !.. I..
llliv iiiiiiin iiiimiein n un, imiiuuu-
uielia Schools are to be forced to
subscribe their names to the pledge
to uphold the P. U., under penalty
of losing their jobs.
By Lewis J. Lovoy.
ATCTIOX SAL1-: OF
Micronesian and Hawaiian Island
On THURSDAY. March :!.,
AT to O'CLOCK A. M
AT MY SALESROOM
I will l I nt I'nlillo Aiii'llon, u CiiIIit.
Shells, Coral, Mats, Fans,
Spears, Arrows, Clubs,
Paddles, Salts of Armor,
Ktc, Kt. Ktc Km.
flsT Thi' Kinoi Collection -ver oflVrml
at Aiictiiili. I'o llt ml tlm Hide, All
tire mm on view.
'pill: I'NDKKSIU.NT.I) IIAVINO 11KKN
JL appointed AKilgm-e of tlm K"ttH of
V. Hurni't) Writtlit of Honolulu, a volun
tary liaiikriipt, rc.ur.f nil HimiH IiiivIiik
I'lsinix (jlnt hh Id i:tulu to prei-ont tliulr
cliilin within tlx month from iluto or
I hey will ho former luriil,uml ull person
unliiK ull KxtAtu ore hurohy rein-Mc'il to
make linmeillatu payment to J, V. I.un
Ini:, ut Kuuliiuiinim ctrert, Honolulu.
J. V. I.UNINU, AsulKMe.
Honolulu, March .'7, IS'U. Iri.'-M
Hl'KCIAI. II:KT1.N(1 Of THK
Hoard of Truilecs of the Ui'KitV
HokfiTAl. will lie held at the Itoom of tho
Chamber of Commerce, un WKD.NKriDAY,
tin-'.Mil lliy of Murcli. at lUlUlo'i'iork a.
m. lliiiint) of Importance. 1'er order,
V. A. ril'HAKlT.U,
Honolulu. .March '.''I, lv.ll. I'll L'l
HAWAIIAN JOCKEY CLUB.
r-pHK ANNUAL .MIXTINO OK THK
L Memher of tlm Ui mian Joisn
Un ii will Im held on MONDAY KVKS
INO, Ap-ll .', bill, at 7::tn o'clock, ut the
I'Hcinv ciui. c. o. m:uui:n,
IfcK lOt beorutury.
Notice To Lawn Tennis Players I
IT HAVING IIKKN I'llOI'OMMl 'It)
1 the Hoard of Mahiic,emcnl of tho Hono
lulu rlcket Cluli thai n l.awn Tennis C..h
lie formed in coiijiitn tlon wild tliu II, C. I'.,
tlm Hoard of Mnmicomoiit w ill hold n mcel
lii(! nt tliu Arlington Annex, on Kliih'"re.t,
on tlm '."Jili Init., ut 7:,'.oo'clo(ii! v. m , for
tliu purpose of tonildorlnn ihe prno.ul
and w dl he plowed to meet all neullemen
Intorejted In I.iivmi TimnU.
It I.. A I KltllACH.
Iivjiit HeiTitrtry II il
J. J. EGAN
B 1 4 Fort Street.
ALWAVH ON JIAM) TIIK
Latest Styles in Millinery
-Till: LATKS'I IN
. White and Colorod Worsted Qoods
rnni vvv htih i- nv
r,,h Mohr' MI '' K ol'
' I I V . HHIK
. 1 I V 1 .VJVVJ0
IN TIIK (UTY
UrcumtktDg Done by Mri.
FOUND IN A GRAVE.
Curious Outfit Deposited With Re
mains in Catholic Cemetery.
some extent, to deposit boiongiugs
of a dead relative or friend in his
gra. The object of tho ceremony
is to keep tho spirit of tho dead one
from roaming back to his late house
to look after his personal effects,
Prevention Is Better
v?" v,"" "" "" ?"
joct to rheumatism can prevent at
tacks by keeping the blood pure and
freo from the acul which causes the
disease. You con rely upon Hood's
Sarsaparilla as a remedy for rheu
matism and catarrh, also for every
'" "f $rofuli H rheum, boils
" other diseases cau-cd .by impure
poA. It tones and vitalizes tho
Hood's Pills are easy and gentle
tj ...I-. IIU'l..)'. 4... .1.11..'
Sloppy?" Sloppy: "Indigestiou."
iMWki'i'J ,,in,o UUIIIlllll joii
Kaggedy: "Yer lucky dog!"
We have just received an
other cargo of liny and Grain
by the "Irmgard," ptTsonally
.selected liy our manager in
California ; and as we buy
the best, a word to the wise
is snlllcient. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Or kick :
i ,mii v....,,,,,,
.Mill A IIIIMIll
"Waiikiiol'sk : King .street
near O. It. & L. Co.'n Depot.
Both Telephone.' fi3.
By Jus. F. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On WKHXKSDAY, Mar. 28
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
Al tin ltc.-Meuco of Mh. It. I. LILLIL,
I keen tlreit, I will i-cll nt I'lilitlu
Auction, tin- HoiiM'liolil
Ciiinprllii(,' In p.irt
Antique U Hat hi,
1 Uprlgbt Iron Grand Piano,
Wicker and Ouk Chair" ami Itookiim,
lekur Tnlilf k, Ttt.u-T tit Tttlilo,
CVnlur mid hofaJltiiK",
1 Carved Antique Oak Bookcase,
l.acn CiirlaliiH and I'olet,
Kmho-itd Leather Hull l.'hair.s,
Davib' Bowing Machine with
IILAUK WALNUT IICDUOOM SUITE,
Hair .Mntlres-oM, MomjuIio Net',,
Lnr;u Iron lledtenil,
AntlcUeOnk HreHxIiiK llurean.
Solid Oak English Dining Table,
( arved Ouk I)Inln ChaitM,
1 Car i'd Hldehoard,
Crockerv and (lluiswnre,
'.' Iron safes, u lure var.ety of
PALMS ani. FERNS!
AVI) AT I'.'u'ULitCK NOON,
I 2. Wheel Covered llrako,
I lint orted Mam hy Malhrino," a Kcntlo
I Horm from uhove mare jiil hrokun to
IA. I'roinlxes iiinn for IliHiii'i'tinu mi
Tut atlity, Murcli ',7lli, from II .M.Io3r.M.
it KL Oil HISOI.r. WOMAN OK A
Murrli'il t oiiilti for Knmrnl lielpilur.
i Inu voni!ii to KiiioiiK I iy a f ii in 1 1 v with
(lool ri"fiiniii'i3i rcciilruil.
i:i). IIOKKhl'IlLALOKKA CO..
Corner KIiik ttml liutliul ktrviitu, or Vic
linU ttrtut, opwi"!!') TIioiiiii Niuir.
Hawaiian Hardware Go.. L'd
Saturday, March $4, 1894.
We have another report
from a user of the Jones Lock
ed Fence that clinches Mr.
Monsarrat's testimonial. Mr.
Eben Low tells us that he was
after a wild steer which seemed
determined not to have a "lass"
over his horns. In his efforts
to keep clear of the rope the
steer made a break for the
Jones fence, evidently not re
cognising the difference be
tween it and the old style wire
affair. The animal measured
the distance, made a running
jump and landed on the wire.
Mr. Low says the fence was
not damaged but the concus
sion was so great that the steer
was stunned. Here was an
instance where an almost wild
steer did his level best to in
jure the appearance and repu
tation of the Jones locked, and
failed utterly. Some steers,
when they start out to do a
thing, accomplish it, but we
would like to see' the one that
can get the best of a fence
built on the same principle as
the Jones. Mr. Monsarrat's
statement was to the effect
that he could build this fence
cheaper than any other and
that in some parts of his land
he put the posts seventy-five
feet apart. If there is economy
in fence building it's in posts.
Calculate- the difference, then.
between posts six or eight feet
apart and placing them at the
distance stated by Mr. Mon
sarrat. As to its effectiveness,
Mr. Low has had a practical
demonstration; he tells us that
a steer, no matter how wild,
has no show with the Jones
We have felt certain ever
since we introduced our Hen
dry Breaking Plow that it is
the best in the world. Our
opinion was based upon the
(general makeup of the plow
and after having seen it work.
But it is well always to have
expressions of opinion from
people who arc not directly
interested in the sale of our
wares. We give one below
from a plantation manager
I who is well-known here and
whose ability to judge the
merits of an agricultural im
plement will not be ques
Tin: Hawaiian Haudwaiu: Co.,
I loNol.UI i .
I beg herewith to add my
name to your list of testimo
nials in praise of your Hendry
During an experience of 16
years in the cultivation of cane
on these Islands I can truth
fully say, that yours is the only
plow that I have seen that will
turn a furrow completely over,
under any conditions.
Another point wherein it ex
cels is, the shape of the mould
board is such that the plow
will clean itself, not continu
ally, but say every 200 or 3"0
feet, which obviates the neces
sity of stopping the team; this
makes a very favorable show
ing in the course of a day's
I remain, yours truly,
E. E. Conan'i.
Mr Conant tells in his let
ter where time and money are
saved by using the Hendry
Breaker. The same may be
said of the Hendry Double
Mould Board Plow; they are
built on the labor saving prin
ciple and that means money
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oppoiltn BpriMikoli' Blook,
1HY1 KOKT STREET.
Golden link Bazaar.
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
HV do not iio in for grinding out ,
Spectacles and tiytjUtswt, but we can
fit you at prices in accordance with the
times. ' I
OUK LINK OK
DOLLS & GAMES
18 WKLL ASSOKTIIU.
ALL KINDS OF
Needles & Fittings 1
Ittngtoo v TJ'pewiitfls
Tliu King of All Tyji'wrltun.
Purses and Card Cases,
Tennis Rackets and Supplies,
Croquet and Baseball Goods,
Full Supply or Fine Stationery,
Guitars from $4.00 Up.
2?' Music and Cooks ordered by
Ami itnn't forcit CASH In tho
lmU of our 1miIiiiii iiml It uluajx tulka.
jnod Talking PliiHiojfrapli '
J, A, Victor's Phonograph Parlor
Corner Until ami llotlicl itrcet. I
You will Unci nil of tln l.itiit Sol.vtlot I
In Kitntuni .Muxlo-HoiiK", llrunt lluml,Or
ulicntrn, Cornet uml X llmmt holui Vi I
uibu iiiiiku a Kiceiauy 01 .muivo .iun',
New Records Received by Every Steamer.
Don't foruct tin nln-o "Yicroii'n."
nor tliu iirlcc, imh . I'cnln cacli M'lirtion.
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY
SALE OF FURNITURE
VING FAT & CO.,
Comer of King nmt lli'tliel Street,
Oiler u l.tire Ai"tirtini'iil of I'ini- anil
At LOW i:il l'UIOKH tliuu nvur.
lk'(lsteailn, lliireuni, Tulilet,
Meal fjufei, War.lrobei,
Cheaper than h Clicaprit uur
otlensl In Honolulu.
ViSii TAT CO.
Mokuleia Stock Farm,
WILL COVIJK TKN MAKI'.S AT
"Sonny Boy" Service, S20.
FINS H0R FOR 8ALB !
Til OS. W. GAY,
fti; '.'m-.' tit
(Inuil I'ii9turii;u li tho 1110111I1 or yeiu
HurhuH will he vtell liioke.l alter
uml Kept in pmMoulo.
r 11 k humi.xhii nun' riiorrisi. i i 1 ion
" isru t a-pt ov e,"
Itceor.l '.'ill' III Honolulu,
Will iniiko 'Im fti'Oii nt tlil Itiineli until
July 1, Ixtil. Ti:itMM.ia
Drhi iiiiTioM I'ihIuiI Ikmi. Iilunil lm, in
i.iliilHtrutor''" In Klk'i llni.i'lho.ililh
in." Hum Ii) "XiitHiio.1,' rioor.l .:.b
I'or further iuril.'iilur n l to
J. I'. MI:N1)0N0.Y KiiiiooIio, or,
O. UOllU, Honolulu.
TEMPLE OF FASHIO
ornsr Fort &a
Tho "Temple of Fashion" will be
closed for a few days on account of
Corner Fort and Hotel 8ts
The Drug Btibineus heretofore carried by Hol
lister & Co. lias been incorporated under tlm
iifiiue of the ......
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
1 raving the largest and most complete stock iu
our line, we are prepared to offer our customer
the boKt goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
BRS "rOft. Rt.-rfat,
National Cane Shredder
PATUNTCll USDKK Till: LAWS OK THK ilAWAIIAN ISLA.S'IW.
-vp.'.r.4ibiarvBvr-B u 1 d-imwwm- iw . A-v-iJror j
e3WTf 1 -i7 ?S'mk
rpiIK UNDKKSK1NR1) UAVU IJKKN Al'I'OINTKI) HOLK AOKNT8 FOH
tin-Bit Siii(i;iiiiKKH ami uru now intntrt'(l to rt'eeivo onli'm.
Tho ureal uilMintuufB to Im tlcrm-il (nun tin- tibo o( tliu Na'iionai. (Jank
1 Siiiu.iii:it nr tliiiriiiiulily uotHlilMictl anil urknowliilBtil by I'liintoru
Tliu l.truu iiumlior of 1'liuitrrn iimnt,' llii-m in tliu Uniii-il Stiitcn, Culm,
ArKiMilinu Kupiililut, I'urn, Aithtriilia uml ulbiiwlmru, lu-ur witm-HS to llio
TI10 hud of tho timtr.iiiiKit vory lnruuly angnit'utH tho iiiimtity o
the mill can grinil ('25 to f)0,), ulm tl.u extraction of juiee (0 to 11,).
It ib a Kt-uut buieguuril, inukiiiK knuwu at om-o the prcfiuuop
iiifWH of iron, ntukun from i-utt., or anything wliii'li would Luliublu to tl
llio mill, anil iilltiwinj,' amilo tinm to ruiuovn taiiin licforo (lamn;iiiK tliu mill.
Tliu Siiiii:iiin:it in Mr tiuiily huhIh, ami (nun tho munuer o( ila otieni-
lion it outs or tuuih thuMi jiii-i't of
aiiithiuiMi; ami 11 iinyiiiinj,' bn-ake, II ihMinply wnnuof Hie knivi' or mitten,
wtiieli e.in lie ipiii-kly anil I'louomirully lepUiuiil. Tliu KlutKUDEit, an its
mime inilirutm, ii'arn tho ciini' into hlncilri of varyinu luiitlir., perfectly onuii'
inu it uml allow im,' tlie mill 10 tluiroiinlily preri- out the jiiii-ch without re
Miiuinn tin- imniuiibu evlr.i jmwur necebwiry to Kriinl or uriuli tliu whole
iMiie. Ihe Mim.i)i)i:ii rpriitiU tlie bhiudileil eunu uniformly ami evenly to
llie mill tollb, ami dou. away with the iiiH-ffcity of jipreiulinn the Iiukiim-'o hy
( I111111I hit vscin the inill, wlime rcuriiuliin; in in iiml No grntlci amount of
, holler eapmi'iy m niiiiriil to operate the Miiikjii:ii than lliiit which wu
Millliicnl (or llie mill, fin the above leaMinc We furiiixh full worknig
1 ilrnwiiiUK for the inxUllalion of our SiiiiKlilihiirt, enabling any eompelent un
1 giiner 10 Hiiicibbfully uutiill ami btmt theiii.
1 Iu onluriiig Siiiti:iiiiKits (rom iih, pleaMi beml email ketuh, hhowiug tlir
(liamuter ami wiilth of (lie mill rolU with wliteh Siiiikddhi' in to Im eniiueeteil,
1 iiIm. the biih (either riulll or left hiinil an Mill face t' uuliierv biile .if ilm
null), upon which the mill engine W loeattd, ii!m tlie height fnun Moor Hue
' l" '''"'' "'f'iil mill lolUlmfl, and. liMaiieeeeuiurthm bhall to front end
"f '",'J '1."'V' . Tl"""'' Hl"":'""-:'"' '' now being u-ed by the llih, S11g.11 Co.
"nil llaoi Mill, Ivoliala, where they aie giving gn at aiuufiieliou.
lmr l"i n-i'j- ami further partieul.iib may Im had hy iippl.Mtig n
Honoluln, H. I.
T3!on.olilvi, H. I.
EUO ,'- --1.
woml 01 iron witluuit ofion lin-aking lliu
G - . IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
. Ag.nl4 vr tht Uauiiiimt l$!ai,Jt,