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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER. .
I.nte Forflsii Npws, per 8. H. Arnwu.
anii "GimI Save the (Juocn."
Keiioutiuiiig the I'eopk pdllorlal.
ArlMncratic Hrutnlltv bv " Annex v
The (lenerul nt School bj "Kumii An."
Iueal ami Uencrnl Item.
Meeting of Joukcv Club.
Died from Drink.
Shocking Event oil Smitlit).
Knuhane and Kaonll.
Kor the Maternity Hoini-.
Attempted to Skip.
Sumtay School Kxhibitioii.
The Straight Tip
Pl'iiiietl tn nrith'T Sect nor I'arly,
Hut EitaMnhrtl fur thr Henrfit of All
MONDAY, A PHIL 2. 1894.
Los than four luttuJrcil voter?
registered for the constitutional von
volition elect ion iu soven days lookn
like tremendous eutliuxiaMii in t ho
ntise of tho republic.
A "non-partisan" history of t lit
revolution is to bo issued by the Hn
vvniinu Gn.otte Company. Any
tiling non-partisan from that shop
will be a greater curio than sur
On Thurj-day thu Star vv.-n boast
iugof its prosperity at thu close of
its firt year. Two clays later, on
Saturday, the Star took its patronr
by the throat, demanding two bit
uiore a mouth to keep (lie boiler
plate shout running.
One great advantage to our con
temporaries that have raised tiieir
price one-third is thai they will only
have to print two papers where tlie
used to print throe. Business men
will appreciate the change in placing
Sydney papers contain the new
of n Methodist minister's having
been expelled from the church down
there for meddling iu politics. Ila
wniians will now be sorry that Fa
ther Watcrhouse failed iu his several
attempts to establish the Methodist
One of the passengers hence by
the A raw a had some tens of thous
ands of dollars to invest and desired
to find an opening for his capital
and a home in these islands. Kvery
thing was so unsettled and uncer
tain, however, iu the absence of con
titutional government that he con
cluded to withdraw from the scene
ant await developments.
Some smart body might start n
currency brokerage ollicc, to change
imimiov for tourists without too great
a shave. Through .asctigcrs would
probably spend more money iu town
if they could get a fair exchange of
currency for their foreign coin, and
bo enabled before leaving to get
currency of thu country where (hey
are going iu exchange for Hawaiian
currency got in change at the stores
ItENOUNOINO TIIE PEOPLE.
An attempt made by the Adver
tiser to justify the use of the shut
guu and a stiitled ballot box iu the
Southern States, to prevent the con
trol of ntTairs by negro majorities, is
seized upon by the Star as being in
consistent with the Advertiser's re
cent criticism of the Star's advocacy
of restrictions upon the franchise to
native Uawaiians. Iu reply the Ad
vertiser denies any inconsistency be
tween the articles cited to show
such. It claims that in the first in
stance what it coutnuded for was
just and proper representation for
the lluwaliaus and not political con
trol. Leaving tho Government or
gans to settlo the line points at issue
by themselves, we shall ask either or
both of them to reconcile their
views with established American
principles. When they depart from
faith in tho cardinal American prin
ciple that "all men are born free
and equal," and "are endowed with
curtaiu inalienable rights," etc.,
what is there left of that glorious
American liberty which they would
coufer on thu benighted ilawaiiaus
and "monarchy-cursed" people gen
erally? The Advertiser declares,
"It is au open secret that the revolu
tions of 1887 and 181)3 were both
brought out by the intolerable evils
of unrestrained native control."
Then was it negro control that
brought about the colossal war of the
rebellion, wherein millions of lives
and billions of weabh were sacri
ficed? Was not that calamity occa
sioned rather by tho gross selfishness
and greed of the Southern whites
in desperately making a stand for
tho extension of the "peculiar insti
tution" of humau slavery? Tho.o
same Southern whites are now re
garded (and that by the Advertiser)
as pjssessing the "divine right"
(denied to kings) to rule over their
eijuuls under the American constitu
tion by moans of "tho shotgun" (em
blem of aruiud tyrauuy) and "the
tuffwd ballut box" (symbol of th
vilest fraud). When you onco adopt
tho principle that "might makes
right," whore do American principles
como off Not long ago certain He
publicans of the North imaginod
thoy had might enough to compel
the South to submit to a free and
unobstructed ballot for the negroes.
Their attempt to secure tho enact
ment of a force bill with that object
was one of the leading causes that
contributed to their loss of power in
both tho executive and Legislative
branches of the Federal Government.
Suppose the Republicans had not
miscalculated their political might
in this case, but had proved able to
carry out their policy of equal rights
to the colored citizen of the South,
doubtless the Advertiser would have
applauded tho consummation as n
triumph of the American principles
of liberty. However, wfe believe that a
majority of tho Anglo-Saxon citizens
of the United States is still sound
on tho prime doctrine of equal
human rights which is one of the
foundation stones of the republic.
It is at all events the practice iu
Federal policies to use no coercion
upon tho individual commonwealths
that compose the Union to compel
them, when thoy are found corrupt
or lawless, to give themselves good
government. It is indeed held to
be unconstitutional to employ coer
cion in such cases, while at the samo
time it is regarded as the highest
policy to allow the soveral self
governing communities to learn the
wisdom of good government by suf
fering the results of bad. Evolution
not revolution is the genius of
American domestic policy. Had
evolution been the line of reform
chosen iu Hawaii, we believe the
country would be further advanced
toward good government, with the
concomitants of happiness, peace
and prosperity, than it is found in
the piesiiut situation.
The Oonoral nt School.
ICniToit Hclu:iin: -
1 am at a loss to understand the
opposition of those councillors who
objected to Colonel Sopor receiving
his regular pay during absence at a
militaty school. The modesty of the
appropriation seems to me to stick
out of the item on every side. Think
for a moment what it must cost (for
a man who is candid enough to get
thu President of the "Weublic" to
inform the Legislature that he has
not had a military training), to be
"i oachi-d" into tv state of elllcieticv
that will unable him to handle the
national army of Hawaii, iu cum
natiy, battalion, and regiment. The
United States cstiumbs the cot ol
thu education aud keep of a cadet
from the tune he enters the school
of tho soldier, till he becomes a lieu
tenant, as little short of two thou
sa'el dollars, and the time occupied
is about live years. Hawaii's only
Soper is expected to return iu a few
weeks (did the President say five) a
full-fledged, real live commander-in-chief
with or without a diploma
-that is if ho survives the proccs
of cramming which such a light
uing rate of speed iu tho new pro
ess of soldier-making must involve.
To mast rthu thousand and one
movements iu echelon mid evolution
of infantry and artillery, to say
nothing of cavalry, in a few weeks,
seems like n boy in the rule of throe,
suddenly starling iu to climb the
hypotheiiuse of Kuclid, and to mas
tor conic sections before breakfast.
If Mr. Super will survive his pro
posed five weeks "cram," and return
to us a full fledged comiuaudor-iu-chief,
he will be entitled to rank
with thu prodigies of the age.
Should the "revolution" "bust up,"
and its chief actors deem it prudent
to play the Da Gama net, why the
glorious memory of the provisional
epoch would survive iu Sopor, and
ho at least would bo in possession of
his professional spurs aud able to
rally tho revolutionary tendencies of
his compatriots jet again, and some
of the monarchy-cursed peoples of
the 1'acilic -possibly New Zealand
may, in such nu event, be blessed
with the benign inllueiice of Soper
Should tho fates frown to the
extent of scattering tho happy com
bination, Sopor would still, for a
certainty, prove a survival of the fit
test and carve his way into tho front
rank of living curiosities. In nny
side-show between Dan ami Ucor
shoba, the general of tho Hawaiian
revolution would command a posi
tiou equal to tho paltry pittance
that Councillors Morgan mid Ktninu
luth objected to, and the calf with
two heads, or the burro with nine
tails would not bo in it us an attrae
tiou, under any canvas where the
military hero of Hawaii posed. The
chances are even now, that Thurston
has corralled our coinmatider-iu-chief
aud hus already a blood-curdling
lecture rendy of the exploits of
Sopor during the "revolution." This
of course is mere hypothesis. A
cynical versifier who knew Soper iu
Sau Francisco sends inn tho follow
ing, lit says our geuius was always
a first-class caulker.
lid was a carpenter held from Mure bland
And CmiiiiiundiT-ln-uliiuf of Iliiuiiii-liiinl
lint lie wsntod to K"
To the 1'residlo
To leum Ihu goo-etop from Wuyhind,
Just think what a relief it will be
to our beloved l'resideut to feel as
sured that Soper will return to the
bosom of the provisional family in
five weeks, n walking encyclopedia of
militaryisiii, Hereafter Sopor's pres
ence will be sullluienl. No royalist
dog will have the gall to bark uftur
the five weeks' general returns, and
surely that alone will be ample
value for our money gift to Hannibal
The following lines are almost a
litural translation from thu Greek
poet Hriau-bo-room. There must
have been a doleful Smithsoii an
Kingly eclipse iu his day, when the
local Damon gave hit I'ythlns it fatal
Military hug; '
We want no gaudy ?odger
Who'd Mrve a cllipio of rodgeri
To "kiop the people down ':
Wh unntno high futiitln',
No military sklie,
No Miotic Mioatln',
Nor enemies to light.
We want no noln parading
To play the ' onn thing'' fool,
Tlnlrasliil enntlc airing
A klddlis do lit "cliciolj
We want no troop ulnllng.
Or a nmri-hitig left and right,
.o iriniiit'HT. ii-ioo'itig
In the !iilut of the night.
A onrse on ilium dl-cuwlons
My otir roam Hlur of war,
HelloH friind in all profeinn
iliej arc proving iiuueund mure;
Wo until no more pretndlnc
rh.it a e!lUe xhoitld hold the fort,
We merely want defending
From the army we support.
A oiir-e on martial slobhur.
On ep.iulcttes slid laee!
The -oldiers li-lp the robber
To retain hi iolen place,
n the bleated few vvlm need 'em
To put "loyalty" snd fenr
In iIip ln-nrtsof thine who feed 'em
And nppl the heme' bier.
I feel that thu article iu last Sal tir
day's l C. Advertiser, headed "The
South and Hawaii." should not
stand titirobttked. Had these would
be "Americans" teamed the great
leson of the Kobollion. they would
not make such a weak attempt to vin
dicate musket rule, or n stuffed ballot
box in the South, or Hawaii nej, or
anywhere olse iu this world. As long
as our Maker allows us the free
choico of right and wrong, tho editor
of the P. C. A. need not set himself
up as greater than He. for ho will
get no following. ' No. No man that
now packs a mm would fitrht for
any such wicked cause and "Annnxa-1
tiou" is afar off if tho aristocratic
editor of the l' C. A. is echoing the !
sentiment of the heads of tlm P.O.
Dili I carry o gun to rob nny voter
of this country of his franchise?
Then may my arm wither. Boar me
witness, ye liberty-loving people of
the Great Kopublic. There is no
Senator iu CVigress to-day from any
part of the United States that dare
advocate openly any such principle,
and it would be doubly unjust to at
tempt to apply it to tho ilawaiiaus.
What sentiment would be tnuro hurt-1
' fill to the cause of annexation, which I
I honestly beliuvo in, thnu this. Lay j
low t hat hydra-head, P. C. A.
It will bean agreeable surprise to
persons subject to at tacks of bilious
colic to learn that prompt relief
inav be had by taking Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhtea Rem
edy. Iu many iutaucos the attack
tuny bo prevented by taking this
remedy as soon as the first symp
toms of the disease appeir. 'J ami
no cent bottles for sale by all deal
ers. Benson, Smith .V Co., Agents
for the Hawaiian Islands.
Xly Jas. K. Morgan.
Household -:- Furniture
On WI-.DXKSDAY, ApriU
AT Hi O'CLOeK A. M..
Al tie HeiddeKeu of ('. I'. lAI'KIJA, K-g..
Ileretniiii i-trret, tour I'llkol lrtst, I
will nil iu I'nblli) Auction, the
Steel Engravings & Oil Paintings,
STESHWAY & SONS PIANO,
llres-itirt Miner, Uitk" Vii-,-.,
I'.lieiiy l'ilinlicred hofn,
l'.iv I h.ilr imil lltM'ke r,
liliick Walnut KtHKen-,
B. W. Wardrobe & Bureaus,
llrnuinK room fiirtulu-nud I'oles,
'enter und rieftt ItiiK',
HANDSOME KOA BEDSTEADS,
l.urfte Kuu Wnrdrohc, Ko:i Tiiblei,
Hih.keiiMH, lllnrk Wiiluilt llnllxr Honk,
II. V. Mlelsitrd, Dinner Hut.
CltUCKIiltY AM) UI.AtSWAItK,
I'lmetou, I'urt, Klu., Ktu.
tW I'reinl.i'-. tiien for Iiikh'uIIiiu on
Tni'vliiy, April .id, fniiu V x. to, 'I v. m,
Jm.es. F Morgan,
fUVl.ti. To I.K'I UN
J Klliuii ttn-el, one Mock
(mm liunu e.ir, ull nnxletn
luiiroveiiieiit4, 11I-11 Kuril,
Hliible uud ric rviinr llooin,
W 4 i
d '. 1
fc B iil 1 1
H fh fUs
r sx "
Ask Your Frionds
Who have takon Hood's Sarsaparilla
what they think of It, and tho roplies
will bo positive in its favor. Simply
what Hood's Sarsaparilla does, that
tells tho story of its merit. Ono has
been cured of indigestion or dyspep
sia, another finds it indispensable
for sick headache or biliousness,
whilo others report remarkable cures
of scrofula, nntnrrh. rluumintiatii.
salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
Secured His Services.
Mr. V. G. Potter, crayon and water-color
artist, who has been visit
ing the islands for his health, has
made an engagement with Mr. J. J.
Williams." Mr. Potter's work while
in San Francisco was second to
none. Samples will be ou exhibition
at our studio, 102 Fort street.
We Ii.ivf just reet'ivi'cj nn
cithur cargo of liny and Grain
by thu "Irmgard," porsonnlly
Hi'k'ctud by our manager in
California; and at wo buy
thi? bi'st, a word to tho wise
is .siillk-ii-nt. Prompt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Oi-vin.: Corner Queen
and Xtni.'inu streets. Both
Telephones 121 .
V AttKiiouSK : King street
near (). II. & L. Co.' Depot.
Hotli Telephone 53.
IS THE BEST
: Drli-n H-rfis'tl xilld Inside uf twriiiy
Fornix ii loritli!i utlil elutle, nut brlt
Itetnlut Its ;Im limiter Hutu sny other
Itei-bu the nctlen et nobis and slknlles
iK'itnr tiiiui any other oil.
Klnvvs freel) from thshrindi without run
lltiK nill sprendi v,ull.
With the addition of l.lthnw, yield n
hunt mirfitcf. miltnblu fur lloor, slep, etc.
Mixes rendlly with HtiiiuuU isroiuid in
oil Iu hi Me form.
IlrliiKftoiit the rrsl shndux of the rolnrs
mid kee them iiuultered.
laitMilveiil for the uioit dnlltuite of the
new ii hi I tnr eo!oi.
Added to variiMi urvritly liiipreve the
working of thu viirulth.
Dimin not diirkun hiti lend or sny dell
Ilns Kruntur Ixsly thsu nny other nil.
lteUlrus nne-ihlnl le.ni il)(ineul than
say other oil.
Cm i he lidded to lliiioed oil mid it will
Itn-ntly ImprovH tli-i llueel.
Uhh be thinned with turM)iitliie.
Ily uetual t'j.itn, liu oittlunted the lt
Therefore, b the Ikii uiliil oil ever until
iifurliirwl. Direction for Use.
Unt l.ucui, in (ivory resjit'ci iu the
sittiut lit ii ti u-r u you would HiibuiiI
oil, witli ilnsini:ltMix('i)ptiiui tluuyou
limy iiilil t'ully (ii:i-iuurinr tuoro l.u
not. to tlio Miiuc i(uuiitity of pigmi'iit
t ltiii yuii would of liiirci'il.
Iu using niftul'ic, Vcnutinn ml, the
ooIiich, anil oilii'i dry vitfiiiunts, it i
ndvimililo t mix up tliu pniut nt IcnM
iiiiu ilny liefuru it in to In iimmI, limn
.ulil ii tlilul iiiuri' I.t'roi. hiiiI tin pniut
will lie fniiiul In cnvnr well anil have
it kiiI glurs.
NKVKU USK JAPAN'S.
I NVIiuro luird surfuui-s sticli as flours,
I stops, mi!., nru rt'iiuirt'd usu liili irnt-
only, never iimi Jupitun.
1 l.tlOOI. MIXUH WITH VAII
mill Hi-ii-ih their working mul ini
1 proves tlmir iippi'iirnnco nm tiikv
; HIIOUI.Il UK I'SKII HAMK DAY THEy AUK
, mixki), otlierwiMi thu gum of lln vr
, iii1i may Ini pncipitiiled or the mix-
1 Tint iiililitiuu uf from i in A of l,v
coi. lo vuriiiHlion ilocs not rudticu llieii ,
I lii-tie nor n'tiiril their liiudeniu und
i ilrymu mul ii prevents their ernekiuK
JIM A lift !
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
I - I
I rpili: l'NI)IM(SUi.S'hl) HAVINO IIKKN
Jl iipiMillited Aixikiivu of Ihu KsIhIh of
, , lliinie WrlKlit of Jlouolulii.H vnlun
tury bnukriiii, rr.iio-li. hII pnrHOiiN hitvhiK
I'l.ihiiH Mi'iilii-t hnnl IMnln to present their
ehi'ins iwihin .tlx uiouthn from date or
Ihev lll be foreter Imriicl, hiiiI nil pnrkoim
ouiiituld Kulsiii ii ru heruhv reipoKted to
pii'' iiiiiiiviimiu myiiieiii in J. w i.iin
INK. ut KiiuhuiiiHim street, llouoliiln,
J. W, LUNINU, Aulgnc.
Ulil, lltitk 'JT, IWi. WJ-t
Hawaiian flarflwars Co., LJ
Saturday, March J I, lSU.
As this is the beginning of
the close season in grinding
cane it becomes the duty of
the economical managers of
the sugar'pkintations to select
implements for preparing the
ground for planting. If labor
saving means money getting
animal saving must trend in
the same direction. If you can
get a plow that will do the
work of six or eight horses it
means a saving of h r.se llesh
as well as a saving of the time
of the man who handles the
stock, the two together means
a saving of money. From
what we know of the Hendry
Double Furrow and the I kn
dry Breaking Plows this saving
can be made through their use.
The Double Furrow Plow is
the only one we ever heard of
that will leave the furrow clean
and ready for planting or irri
gating. Mr. Conant tells in
the following letter what his
experience has been with a
Hendry Breaker. Other man
agers tell us the same good
things about the I Iendry Dou
Tin: Hawaiian Hauuaki;Co..
I beg herewith to add my
name to your list of testimo
nials in pr.iise of our Hendry
During an experience of 16
years iu 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 y o
feet, which obviates the neces
sity of stopping the team; this
makes a very favorable show
ing in the course of a day's
1 remain, yours truly,
Ii. I. Conam-.
While one portion of the
laborers are tilling the soil
others are repairing old f"iices
or building new ones. In either
case the Jones Locked Fence
materials are the most econo
mical to use. One stay and
five washers cost a trille under
eight cents and they take the
place of a p st which costs all
the way from thirteen to nine
teen cents and are double the
trouble and not half so service
able as the Jones method. II
you arc repairing an old fence
we will sell you the stays and
washers, or if you want to
build an entire new fence you
can get better rates on Plain
or Barbed G.iKanizt d or Black
Fence Wire from us titan any
where else. When you have
made your fence you will have
one in which the wires do not
sag and you will s.ive fifty dol
lars a mile iu building. Read
what Julian Monsarrat says
Kapai'ai.a Ranch, Kau.
Hawaii, March 10, 1S04. )'
li R. IIi:nhkv, lisq..
Manager Hawaiian Hard
ware Co., 1 lonolulu.
I have just completed som
three miles of the "Joins Lock
ed Fence" and must say that I
am very much pleased with it;
in fact, it is the fence for a
ranch. I had about a mile to
construct over "pahoehoe,"
where it was nearly impossible
to get a post down, and found
in this case especially the
"Jones Fence" was a great
saving of labor. There are
places in this fence where the
posts are at least 75 feet apart,
and the space between filled
with stas. There is no sag to
it, and it is as springy as a wire
mattress. I am confident that
it will turn any ordinary stock.
1 have some two and a hall
miles more to construct over a
country where wild cattle are
very plentiful, ami as soon as
it has undergone the test then,
will write sou furlht r.
If it will turn the stock on
this part of the land, and I
feel confident it will, you can
rest assured that it will turn
most anything, except a l.iva
Very truly yours,
TEMPLE OF FASHii
Oornor F'ort As
The "Tomplfi of Fushion " will be
closed for a few days on account of
Corner Fort and Hotol St..,
The Drug Biik'uiium heretofore carried by Hol
libter & Co. has been incorporated under th
inline of the
Hollister Drug Co., L'd.
Having the largest und most complete stock in
our line, wo are prepared to offur our euutomeM
the best goods tit the lowest prices.
L I :M I
JSCW P'r-n-t Rt.rc,t -
National Cane Shredder
lTKNTi:i UMllIlt TUK I.AW.S
C(, '?-"' -srrl mp4 la.
m r-xir'& h6
rpilK l'N)KIlSI(!Ni:il HAVK IIKKN Al'I'OI.VTF.l) H01E A(!KNTS FOIt
iIh'mi .SiiitKiuiiiiih mul aii iinvv iiii.iiiil in nrcivo onlcri-.
Tin- Kio.it iichani.iKi'" tn In lU'iivul fniiu ilu uo uf thu Na'Uo.nai. Hank
SliiiKiuiKK nu- iln,riiiij;lilj' I'hiiililifliccl itnil ui'l-tiuwUili'i il liv 1'lniiliirM
Tiiulurrii) iiiinilinriif I'liintcrK tiiti it; lliciii in tho Unhed Htnti-i., Culm,
r-iiliiuj lloiulilu:, 1'i.rii, Aiutmli.i mul uleuwlicru, bear witiifrtb to tlm
The line uf the Siiiikimiku very lnriiojy iiiiKiniuitrt tlm iii.iutity of catir
the mill fun trriinl (5 t,i 0(1,), u1mi il c o.xiiaoiiou of jiiin (fi to 12.).
Il in 11 t;iiiiit Hiliiiuril, iii.ikiiii; kiiuvvii nt nnri' tlm pr'iuiu' of miv
jiiivt'H ijf iron, -.tiiku- from ciiih, or uiiytliini; vvliii-h vvmihl U Imblo to Uiuiiuko
tlm mill, .mil .illuwim; iimpli linm tu mmuvn nine hi-furo ilniiint;iiit; tlm mill.
I'lio SiuiKiMiKii is viry rliuunl) nuiilf, mul fnun thi iiimiimr of iu opciii
lion il ciiu or tunrb tlit'M) pii'i-i-K of ivimhI ur iron without ofinn luuiikmt,' th
riiiiiKiiiuni; .unl if unviliiiii; lin-uk-, il i- (.imply koiiiuoi t In knivci or (Minor,
which i-iin ho ipiicklj mul cunomiciilly rcpl.titd. Tlm rSiiiiKDUKit, m it
name iiulicuti-n, icin, tlm cam- into shrciln of varying Iciinthh, pcifictly ojiun
ni il mul iilluwinu tin-mill 10 thoroughly prt-M. out the juice without re
M'IIiiiik the iiuin.jiiM.- e.Mra powci mcc6.sary to Kniul 01 crurh the whole
cine. The Kiiui.iiiii:ii xpieaila the hlucililiil cane iinifonuly mul evenly tu
the mill mlln, ami iloiihiiwaj with the nivcM-ity of Hprt-mliiiK tho hat;nhU liv
haiiil h, tueen the mills wheie rcKrinilhiK i iu iiku. No greater mnniint o'f
hoilei capae'iy i niiiii,-i in uiuiii(e the Kiiiikiii:ii than thai which war
i-iilllcicnt for llm mill, Iff Ihe al.ovi icaniiis. sv furnihh full working
liavuis fur tin iuPall.uioii of nur t iiiikiiiii.iih, emililiu any competent en-
Kllieei in hlli'teflllly lllntall mill nlmt Ilium.
In oiiliinij; Siinriiniiiirt lion, in,, plcaMinuiul miiiiII hkutch, hliuvvint! Ilir
iliaumier anil wiilth of the null 10IU with which SiiithiuiM' in to he conuic.lcil,
.ili-ji the i-ulc (.either rifjlil or h II Ii mil .i y.u face I' ulIIvoij' biile of llw
mill), upon winch llm null cunim i luemetl, uImi the height fnun Hour Hue
to eeiitir of hunt null lolUh.ifi, ami ililaiu c ucului iIiin ehafl lo flout eml
of mi plale. Tie m. .Slll.hlMM.il- ar. now I. ii-k u-cii l.j, tin- I Ulo .(IKU -'o.
mul Hani Mill, K.ih.ilu. wlnie liny met;iviuK nu al Mti'ol.u lion.
V&f I'iiii- mul furiliur i.ti tlt-ul i ma) he hail liv applying lo
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