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AT TlK TjKAOUE EXHIBITION.
Senlfil trtnler.1 will lit- leci'lved lor Hu
wnllon treasury Notes, muter the Art ol
June I, l"ll, to the amount of (I'U.lOU In
denominations uf II.KlO or multiples there
of, and fur full particulars bidder are re.
fi rred to the above mt-ntlniud Art.
Proposals will eloe nt IJoYlwknm.ni,
Juno 'JO, is'U. S. M. DAMt'N,
Minister uf Klnniife.
Klnrtnco Department, Iloiitilillii. .Imitr I",
l'jl, U-Vi :tt
I UawaiiKU Uardware Co.. L'fl I
Sutimlnu. June 9, 189$.
That . h a Kul.toi iv-.dlnr , , Coxey and Brown got twenty
m of tin unquestioned nl.ility of , days each for hoisting "Old
Homo ot tho Works of Mr. Hutchln
son the Sculptor
Grocery, Grain1 ORDWAY & PORTER
AUimi Hutchinson should lie, a Cilnrv" on the steos
matter of coiiKnitulntioit to nil tliou I pn:.ni ,,. W-ndiinoton
siueeroly interested in thiu nrtix ' Capitol at asl ington.
tic. Tlic term umiuostioued ability , merely shows that the
ll.ljr of I
is used advisedly, if the juiluitiotil of . fVccilnin en? . hii riuhrg whieh
such nn tiistitntion n thu Kiyf.l ,,. u rcMrtt c Since Con
Acadomv of liiiclnml is any criterion m,,st u nsIH u " nim V , '
I to k ty f"" Mr. Hutchinson has gress has been composed of!
I been an ehiiiitor there for a tiutn- . m,. wno juve ueen niade the'
Shu' XrefuSlh!,V",K hna ""' I ' ck b- their party
! Tohaeonof his talent here, fix-i press, the wonder IS not SOI
Krom a I urge and varied Btoek the underHigned would draw
partieular attention to the following:
',?,,. -Tlrt Ml! -V. it Mr tin ing in la-Jii.yr'nntheoripnaltype , ,,reat tlut "(Jl-j Glory ' kicks, ,, .. r .. . n .. , n ,
V, iU J.J.IUU .J.ililllllU. ir aWnii nei. is a boon to Hawaii , V. .. . .... . - i , Vim . ' (.'otiiiir nrr Ca forn :i llav. liar ev. Ro ed Bar ev. Brail.
that the future alonn can make fully , mu ui.u tit: v.uuuc . m ,.,uCrty - . f;.l.t,; n,,f. !....
t3r t addition to our usual stock of these we are now
carrying Washington Bran. Oats and Itolled Barley.
These are each possessed of strong feeding properties and
are well worth a trial hy all interest d in stock.
-ETi t f -r T 'I J Californlan and
-C J J V U v Washington State.
Royal and "Cleveland" Baking Powders!
I'lnlinl lit iflthrr S'rt ''Of,
Hut t.nUiblhhrd fur Uir Hrw lit of All
IWIIJAY, .ll'NK 15. ISM I
Woman's sutrrnye is quieted in
definitely, as uv-r.il of the majority
who voted for reference took pain
to ? a that they did so only out of
Mr. Carter broke loose on Mr.
Kmmeluth nt thu Coin cut ion this
mornm-,. It was the first personal
quarrel of the Coinetition. nnd Mr.
Carter will probably be proud of
having nchieved so much distinction
Captain Houdlette of the Oceanic
steamship Australia will be on his
one hundredth round trip to-morrow.
It is littititf that the event
should be pleasantly marked in some
n liv business men The Hclmtin
Mould propose that the gallant
commuiider be declared honorary
Commodore of the Port of Hono- ,
lulu. Captain Houdlelte is popular .
with both the commercial guild aud
the traliny public.
Joints nnd tbo Tramway
lu Inst night' Star there i a long i
yarn from the viudlclive pen of I'.
(.'. Jonoti about the Hmaiian Tram-
ay to,, t lie long anil short ol
uh'ich seems to be tliat because the
tramway has b.-on built uith ICiit!
It'll capital, it 'hould lie .i ln-aviix
taxed its in make th coiupany ghui
tt pill the field. Sow it seems id
that liefore t'. l . .loin
known, uhen the old time Hawaiian
I is n thing of the prut. The vulno of
his woik, aule iroui its nnime
murit. should be more fully appre
The ba iclief
at the Art League
anneal crv stron
loveis of Hnwnii. particularly to
those conoraut with the true na
tive in his simple state. Not only
are nhown the differences in ages
and ccs, but the marking charac
teristics of the Hawaiian as subtly
differing from sister Polynesian
has not taken to the woods
The members of the Consti
tuttonal Convention are prac
tically carvinir the destiny of
"types" in plnster. , embryo Republic. In the
ngly'tKSro words of Denni? Kearney the
pen is milliner man tut:
sword," but we beg to ililTer
with him and call the attention
of the delegates to our assort
ment of fable Knives and
Carvers. They are made of
Robinson Block, Hotel St., bet. Fort & Nuuanu.
We have Just Received from San Francisco pur Barkenthiu
"Planter" the Largest Assortment of Furni
ture ever imported into this coun
Handsome Carved Bedroom Sets
In SolM Oak nml of tlif Vory Lnttst Designs. Also,
DIN I NO-ROOM FURNITURE!
Kxtoieilon Tnhles nil -Izcs w i 1 1 1 I'linlr nml IjMvhorir Is to tuateh.
We hnvo n c(iinilrto (.tuck of these gool.i,
Wo tmvn them in
rlth I'nrlli rs iim: tho Intost thliitfont,
I races. Thev are more thnu portrail ' carvers. i icy arc m.iuu i ,
! of this or that individual, they nre i selected steel and will carve or N
I types, nnd as such have an added
value Hint the passing years will
only enhance ns these types become
merged into the ml tod pace of the
That Mr. Hutchinson's work has
capabilities of strength and power U
shown in his latest production
life bust of President Dole; in many
respects the most vigorous work In
tort rail lire that has over licoii shown
cut anything even I
verbial sprmji chic
in Honolulu, and now on public ex
hibition for the first time. It is
more than a striking portiait. Tho
stamp of an artist is upon it through
out. The er-atillty of the sculptor N
diowu at the auto exhibition in hit
head of little Hoiirv Carter, wherein
is shown the ability to handle a
much more dilllciilt subject. I. o., to
grasp nnd arrange the subtle curves
and elusive lines of n child'r head
into an "arrangement" that makes
i he wot k ideal. el nt t he sninet linen
likeness -tuoq'lKllitios seldom found
touvlhor in portrait work. Thi
bond will bear c'irefiil siiidx by those
interested u sculpture nnd the ideal
1 To have an opportunity of study
ing the different work- of an artist,
t litis iitoiii'lit together into one ex
to the pro
sprmji chicken. And
have yon forgotten that we
have the Frank Walcot Emery
Stone, that will sharpen knives
and all sorts of edge tools bet
ter than anything else in the
world. They're worth a dol
lar apiece but we let them go
at a half.
The Hendry Double Furrow
Plow is better than any other
manufactured, because it is j
stronger and of lighter draught. '
Some other furrow plows are i
good but none quite so good I
as ours because it is the latest .
aud we had all other makes to j
improve upon. There is noth j
ing but what will stand some
improvement, but the man who '
improves our Hendry Plows is I
The enforcement of the Sun-
I .!.. ..i .. i ...... I...
I ".,,". , ;., .hwi vtiiiuu uin iii.iy m; a
II .'lb, I " t it. II III .1111 llllll'l Mill Willi I I 1 I I I
the woik of fellow artists m vnrious ' hardship to some people and a
hues, is a treat and nu fiducntioiinl ! reduction of profits to others,
I nlnnyj hi .toeK si l.ms-l n.nr
Sn !t, IO. -r Iwiii.
UvrriM-ol i.'oh nu, 112 Id hugs
KtiIMi Dulry. M Ih lint's
HOCK SA LT
OnlUnriiln l.min 'fr
II AM, HAVOS, CAt,.VA-
llnrrels noil Half Unrrli
"I'loiKtr," t"oltjrr' In tint anil ,tr.
(! 10 AltS
A choir Tartt-t,) of Its.lliiK lirmuls
WICKER WARE I
W hnva beautl ill itcslgns of lle-sfl RiHfli, entmlslliii of Sofns, Clinlra, Kocknra, Ktc ,
I'.lc. N on ran gel there goo1 In nn) flnbli you ilelrc.
t'artor li'ilr.s. Ulaliig-rooni t'lialr-, ltm'Untf Chnlrs, Ofllco Chair, Upliohtered Ctutl.'t,
High Chairs, Ktc, Utc.
Cribs and Cradles!
J T Morton' Engllih Orouorl",
OroBM A Hlaokwoll'a EngllaU Orocerloa,
Libby, KcNoll & Llbhy'a Oannud MitaU,
Rtchnrdaon ft Bobbin' Oanned Munt
LnrKi-'inMirimeiil of Woven Win; Mnita"slSirlni, Hnlr, Mos, Wool aiiil Straw Mat
trees on hiinil mid iiimlr- to onlrr.
Fit V ITS-
I'ie, Tublo snil llri.Hl
; nml . Ih Ihiim
A In rue vnrici
I LIVKOKKSK FKA I'll KHS ASDSII.K KI.OHb KOlt PILLOWS,
WINDOW SIIADKS IN ALI.COI.OKS AND HIZKH,
COltNlOK I'OLKS IN WOODOU IIUAS3 TItlMMINOS.
Kerosene "Aloha" & "Star" Kerosene
I.Alt'tK STOl'Kri OK -
ihit tt fit na
rt..... .j,,:. .;... ni..ti ii.a. !.'.. , Miinortuuitv that nlmulil h atuireiM
lish" mouopoh, he ,houhl I.Mk aed by the progresshn oleu.enlof
nearer hand for nn example of a ll.-iiiiliiln. It is l.op.-d an active in
grnsping foreign numopoly. I refer '"."M Wl" '' 1"1"ln . H'rough
to the Htamlnrd Oil Coinpanv repre- ' l'" con.inei.dnble eff-rt of thu Art
ted her,, iii theo islands In P. C i League that will beautify not only
.1. ..!... I'iri.. llr..i..r A I '.. "Wl.l.l ' t lie IlllUle-, bill tile llVl'S uf all trill
vv--i- ....)- -- ... -- - -- "
may l au. doe-, me Maun irn iim
Coiniiany pay to the Hawaiian ttov ,
ernuieiit Tor Us oclusii. cinch on
the Hawniiiiu market Again it
iould seem as if P. C. .1. would like
the Hawaiian Trninways Co. to be
laxed on the niiiotint of its cnpittd.
If this is the principle to be followed
in taxing corporations, I would like
to ask whether the following for
hiVem of Hawaii in thnt the seeds of
hiuher niiprec ,.tiou aud n better
knowledge of true
been bote planted
art shall have
eign corporations p:iy I
taxes on their capital, i..:
f I l"M"!
j,, '.m urn
Mh!. luu I'liiiilnthin i
1 1 It Hit I'l'O.tlllllMI t o
lluunllitu i'iiiii. tiltd nnpir i'e
llillchili'iiit Miu.ir I'hint. (
P. C .lotiei. ami writers of tha'
f. . uinp rn never wearied of lament
ing about the nitteu tramways ue
Laiegot here mid whnt a liueotillit
wo would now have if American
capital had built the line. Ifih.it
Is so, then wi in Mienl didn't on e
e.iterpriniig Auierii'iii eompati1,
come lint in the li-hi; Talking
about line traiuway-, one luisu'l to
go farther than San r'r.uieico it-ell,
whero alongside thu uable e.trs on
Murket hireol may bo seen running
an antiipialod one horse car line ol
direct cars with the till tin -1 cur- 1
ever set my uyed on. Perhaps P C
Jouos is dying fornu opportunity to
inxo.st homo of that untold we.uth
which is rupposed to bo stored !
hiud what ho calls his Safe l) posit
Vault on Fort street .Should this
By Juk. K. Morgan.
On SATl-I.DAY, dune 10,
AT IJ li'i'UH'K NOON.
I w II II it) I'iiIiIIi' Aiieilnn.nl the ynrd of
ir .1 I Unvii, i'iiwii street,
but when people get accus- '
tomed to purchasing their '
cigars on .Saturday everything
will be t;asy. Naturally there
will be kicking over the action I
of the authorities, but if they I
should go back to the law in !
force in 1850, the howl would J
be universal. In those days it
was illegal for the people to I
use horses to draw their car- '
rinir.c lit pbiirb nr in fMrf lr I
use horses at all, and it was a
common thing to sec ladies
drawn in a "go cart" by one or
two kanakas clothed in nialos
and a set ions look. The same
thing to-day would be consid
ered not only indecent but
cruel. Only a few years aio
I'lanl'dlioii iiiippliRs, Hardware, Dry Mi
Crohn, Furniture, Etc., Etc..
I.WVih UN UxN'll
l(i:i'All(Kl AT UKASONAIILl-: IIATKS
Cabinet Making """" Branches by Competent Workmen
ttm. Wo mnko n iicclitl fmtiiru of ISTKItlOII DKCOItATINO. Till Ueimrtiiienl
It unler thu Kjron:il stiHrvlloit uf Mil (Jkoiiok Ohumuy,
t All our Ooo-U iiro tirtt elms ami from the vory
conrliitfu thu inoit tkepllcal
tutest Deilgni. A visit will
Oar Prices are Positively Placed at Bedrock.
30 HOUSES and MARES ! I,UJ "st' ':f ar ,r ,hnrs-'s
uwaswusy ..-.., )() j,un(ay in ,,nolulu was
!.,...:.i 1 ,11...... 1 K.. .1,.. u.
Vuction Sale of Stock !
Oh MONDAY, dune 18th,
Al IJ O'CLOCK NOON
-S.'V WV SALBSROOU
v 1 i.t -t.i 1. At 11 1,1.11 ah rio.s
consitlereil illegal, but the law j
was so obnoxious that it was
wiped off the statutes There
are worse crimes than that of
selling cigars, committed every
Sunday in the year, ""lis a
sin to steal a pin, to steal a
'tater 'tis a greater." It may
be a sin to sell soda water aud
cigars on the Sabbath but it's a
cussed sight worse to beat car
pets in plain view of the people j
iroing to auu coming irom
church. The people here vary
L the case, I would advi-o him to ', 20 Stl tTtib HuUOIQlll Sp WorV.S tO Ld.
put some of hip surplus shekel in
uiiildinir the uxtuiiMou of the Uahu 1 ',r vl', '""
n. x L. Co., for which Mr Dilluig- oq hji-ts Prnuh's Ice & HefllSera 1 CoJ i' thfir ideas of the proper
ham has sought the hid of American ' 6U oua M ' 'ur,t3a w u iibiiiooiu i.'6 vu. , .,,-.,' c
capitnlinls in uiti, and it is u curious
coiumout that, when in .moriea.
the only likoly capitalistn who n-ciu-t-d
(lispoiid to lend Mr. Uilliiighaiu
a helping hand was au Kugli-h coin
I'ur value $IOU
tnny iloiug inisinc- in the Mate..
It is sucli petty-tniiitieii men as 1. 1
Joiil'.- who help to frighten nwtiv
foreign cnpiinl from thc-c shoies,
Honolulu. June II. IKU.
I'rovuntion Ih Uotlnr
Than cure, anil I hose who nre suit,
jeut to rlioiimiitihiu can proent at
tacks by keeping the blood puieaiiil
free from the acid which cause the
disnuse. you can rely upon II 001 IV
Snrsiipnrilla as a remeiiy for rheu
nintioiii and catarrh, also for oiori
form of fecrofuht, salt rheuiu, ImiU
nnd other diseases cam-cd by iiiipurn
blond. It tones and vitalii- tin
Hood's Pills are ea and gentle
V. H. Ahlrioh appeared at tin
Judiciary building this morning 111
compliance with an order issued l
Judge Whiting that he be iiupii
honud for thirty ilnys fir contempt
of court in attempting to leae tho
country while an older for Ins ie
Mrniiit was ponding in Court. Aid
rich "all eii 111 the courtroom for
smile time, and as no police ollio-r
appeared he loft Kiiiiilh wlen
Ln ii1 1 limit lloli triiv d lln pu-.i'iier
was missing. A writ of certiorari
has lii'int taken out by W. II. Aid
rich, imprisoned fur contempt, to
bring his unco before tho Supremo
Court on Monday.
J. A. Mngoon returned from nt
tondlng Circuit Court nt Lahuiuaou
Al'Cl'lUN SALK JP THE
1 .-.. 1
way to observe the nrst uav 01
the week, "one man s meat is
another man's poison." We
would not knowingly sell the
material for a dozen miles of
the Jones Fence to be built on
. ., 1T . , I Sunday, even though a couple
Steamer Waimanalo. of thousand feet could be buiu
j on that particular day and the
in thu circuit court tor tho Kirbt I ,nirchaser would save consid
Ciicuil lu Ad.niiulty . ,.,, 1 ,,, K., nft,;n,r il.l.
nn. MAriKii iiktiii. -iLAMKit I sttle of fence. If thelaw
, mm isw.,1 ' 1 , L ii .1. 1 1
III i.nr-ilin f It -ll.iilllliill mmle ilgaillM ."litlMMlll IjrCilKlllg l III
-I.ue.l it it-1 IiIimI liy the i.inn in tie uImivi I . ..nfr irccfl let it include the
eiKltiMl tuit-e (ill the slh i.i el June. '" LI,l"rU U " l ll '"CIIKU. IIU.
l-'i:, the ,iii.i.Ti,iuoe.i 1 1 n'li 111 ruhiii' . Hiitire statute or droo it en-
.tlir'iot. III lite rill iiursiu iuiri, n , ,
lii.ix-i in ..iis.ri itii.vY ih- ii.i iiuv ot tireiy.
I I-'U 'in IIiimii mn Kiejit.er Will- 1 M-itihtiiil f'liii.-i ic -c fhwu.
in .uiti-..' her iiimis Mils, Aiiiiors,'ii! , i itiviianii t-iiiiia is at. cheap
1 n1'.','" . i"f"'ti T. lo!'' '" " 11"" as white ware a things con-
h, ill 1 it I Uli MiirLi.i 11 it f . 111 lldito- . . r .
lulu. I til- fes el Ins recently hem le
iiilrxl net 111I in tir-l eluys roinlilKiii ill
'.il.'i'iniui 1 mil tills lint slili'H lieen tlrcil.
Mil- Ih M'lp.ilMlir Or'l'l'll, Ullll lllll eoiupui.
nu 111 of o'iiI-- Anehors, I'hni.s, I'lthles,
1 1. ..1 1 itiei other Ainrn! nml I'.t run ore
I In- ii.iii.tiiiilu ' is .iImhiI .ill (.i) retf
liiT hei .Inn 'ii-lull limiit; xli.illl fi lent
lr',! It, I 1 I. ft lieiiiti, ,i', foot ili'.th of
I111I. I -Ii,' i i'iiiiiii.eil VM'h I'litliues itnil
'71 " "'", ' ''"r '" "." '"'i'a,,'r ! expect to sell hundreds of thou
ol n nun Ml- ,,'Vwi Mint" ,cr leiur in orill- I ' . ,
mn) w.iiiimr. Ho ih esiMM'iiiiii ,i,.t,ii; iei saiius more, iieouse It IS PCI
popular every day.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.j
KwongSingLoyj SING LOY,
(07 King St.. "Tboinzt Block." 9153 Klog St., near Hiuoikra Si.
Mutual Tele. 339. P. 0. Box 207. Mutual Tele. 685. P. 0. Box 207.
2 BIG STORES 2
Clihu-st1, .Iiipaiiost1 and Imliaii (JImhI..!
Indian Silks, Liices and Juieus.
.JapaneHc (Jrnpes. Chinese Matting,
Silk llandkerehiefrt, Shawls aud Scurfs.
(iriiM Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc.. Ktc.
American and English Goods!
CASH M K hS, LINKNrt, LAWNS, MUSLINS,
Ladies & Gents' Hats, Boots and Shoes
Trunks, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Etc., Ktc.
tmr DON'T FOKGET THE NUMBERS H
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Benson, Smith k Co.
WILL 1.I.MOYK TO T11K
ryr OPPOSITE GORMEB-
I tl'oriiii rlj ooriiilcit Ii) tli Tuipl- of Kathliin"!
Bei.i. 525 TiaEPHONES Mutual 645
k r sir
sidered, and more useful than
decorated ware of other m.tkr.s
because your set is never in
complete. We've sold thou
sands and thousands of piece
of this I laviland China, and we
-- ON OK ABOUT
JXJ2STE3 1, 1894
nii'l inhliilf'l fur the liiier-lsl.tlnl ir.nle.
Iii'ini; uf i sti iii-i-i -i ni-. nleiil nml irii
nml lumiiiliii rv "Ui.Mii'iit tit ist "V.iIiiiimI-
i f.u ...el, titiih
T lit- nl .-i I lili In I h Ii hi inn
1' it lvi II IIIIMII' llllll'IV
ll il nn sin i ii uf Uli' . I I
I.' ii IIIK'ililH K
OKFIOE TO IlENT.
, i onvi:n'ii:nt on-'iri: in itm-
J iiiIii'n llloi'k, uii'iiiii(! on .Mnriihiint
I umil. Teriint iitoih ruti'. Iiniilrn in hunk
' ol Cl.uu Siri'i'ki'it A i'ii. lUVi-lw
VVir IMly Hull' tin, HO emit ; month.
Remember that, when you buy
a set of our I laviland you gt t
.5 per cent diicuuut from the
piece price. That, and the
fact that you can always dupli
cate a broken piece is what
makes it popular.
We have casks and casks of
cheap lamps, either hand or
stand, to be opened next week.
FEEL 13. S "QAELIO."
IKOLLISTEIR, & CO.
1 1 nve made another Large Importation ot
lironiln of LA CONSTANCIA ami EL COMETA
Largo Assortment of Shapes and Sizes.
For Sale in Bond or Doty Paid, Cor, Fort & Merchant Streets,
en tri s
id Mj 3
r rj -J o o
h 5 ?. J i- g
t ro ja
-J a i T r" 3 rb'
ff-td! a g.l
P1 Z- c ,5"
w o t
The following testimonial
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
Honolulu, 11. L, May '.!, ISM.
1'AL'triv Hauuivark Co. L'u, Honolulu.
You usk my opinion of l.ucol ai a Palm
I hnvu uxjierlniciiti'il with l.ucol Oil for
outsfile anil inslilu work, ulso on Iron work.
l:iliitiii)' my vacuum nan, machinery and
uoutrltii;iils, with It uni) tho rusult hat
lieu 1 1 nioit hiitlsfai'tory. It dries harder,
niakoM u hettur llulsh, Koes farther and t
litoru nallkfuctury lu uvory way thnu llii
Certain tialut work which was alway
sticky with llnsietl oil, Urlfd hard whuu
Liicol Oil was lined,
Youry truly, Auo, Dbkiki
Direotion for Use.
Uho Liioot. tn (i Very reaped in tho
fiimu iiiiiiKii'i itb you would linseed
oil, with iliDHinplu uxcuption tlnuyou
niiy .ulil fully onieiiuurtor moro Lu
coi. in thu biiimi i)imntity of iigmnnt
tluiii you would of liust'L'il.
In lining mutnllli', Vauutliin red, thu
oolirea, nml otliiti dry piymeiitH, it In
udvifiililu to mix up llio puint at lttttil
line iluy liuforo it in to In; med, then
add ii thiol more Lticot. unil tho paint
will lie full ml to Oliver well anil Iihvu
ii ( ii ill (.'lilrlH,
NKVKH USK .I.M'ANS.
Wlmie luird fiirfiu't'H btiuh IliHirn,
Etepn, utc, uro rt'tuirtd uce litliHrge
only, never unit Japan,
LUCOL MIX KM WITH
LKK eoi'M'Y (AL
ol Am rlta."
Magnesia, Soda aud Iron SprlDgt,
Hot Sulphur Ball)',
Mfc. l'hysli'hui'- ri'i'oiiiiiiKnil thuro Wa
tern tor Liver mid Kltluev I)imuu Itlimi
mntia unil lllooil 1'nu ih, .
Qood Shootluu and Flslilnu.
Terms: SIO to SU per Week.
W I'oi further luloruiiuliu, npiily to
lU-liu C'uufoinlu llutcl, a. r.
anil ubhiHth their working anil mi
i proxiii. tlittir uppeiirniiitf HUT tiiky
MIOl'I-ll UK lKH hAMi: DAY TIIKY AUK
mixiui, otlierwiM the )uui of tho var
nish may ho piiuipitiiUd or tin mix
I'he mlilitinn ol from i 4 ot l.u
rot ti. wuni-liui-ilner urn retluee tluir
'u ti imr let.ird their li.uili'iniie, nmJ
iliyiuj, ami u piuvoutu tliuit uruukiug,
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