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THURSDAY, JULY 26, 1894
- mariitej news
TncmtAV, July OJ.
It M 8 8 Alameda, Mom-, 17 days 7 hours
Btuir Hawaii from Hawaii
Tlll'MtitY, July 2d
It XI S 8 Alameda, Morse, for Ban Fran-t-lrco
at 3::!U )i tu
iwr It M
B 8 Alameda,
untiiKi Mrs White,
children, and U In
July 20-MIm B V
Mrs B Sharp and 4
F.ir Bm Fratichcn, r K M 8 8 Ala
iiiciim, July Iftl M s Itosle Itoili, I) A Mu
Uuwrll. Mr Til Huliron, Mr8K (J my,
J T McQrcw, K V Mishap, 11 I' Ueuklcy,
Kuduliih Npru-krU, F r IVI.Is, M Mc
llieniy, Ml Mcltierny, I) Nootmn, U T
(lillette, HurIi Cotiur. W It MiCulilitn. J
1) Uluxomo, Alls- K McOrcw, 0 VV Kfm
brrly. THE 8H00TINO CASE.
Evidence for the Proaocutlon Case
Oontiuued Tilt To-morrow.
Thu trial of Arthur Whito for as
miiiIi on GfUrgu Wood, tho ox
pitrbor of tlio Crcncpul lmbMI
niue, took placo in tbo District
Court tliin morning. Tho courtroom
win pretty well Ulltxl with an Intur
Hutccf nudk'tieo who expected nn air
itiif of tho baotill rcamlnl. Uxorua
Vuod, thu injured pitclur, was tho
Ural witnots on thu stand. Ho limp
(! an he took I ho stand. Thu hullot
still remains in his right lop, having
fallen somewhat lower ami toward
his kuiHi from his thigh. UN evi
dence wan a corroboration of the
report given in tho Hulli.tin on
Friday Inst, the day after tho ax
sault at Waikiki. Arthur Whit
and Willie Wilder had enticed him,
not without rorce, to Waikiki. On
thu way he was told to toll the
"truth" about hU being bought in
tho baehall game of tho previous
Saturday. To cicnpo being shot he
had said that a man at Moanalua
had promised to nav him $'25 if he
throw over thu gaum. This ho ad
mitted in Court wan not true. White
held his arm all the way, and chang
ed places with Wilder once. In try
ing to make his escaiw near the
Lemon premise at Waikiki on tho
bridge, he was shot in the right
leg. He was taken into a room and
Wilder lit the lamp, White telling
him to do so. While laid the pistol
ou the tablo and cowhided Wood for
ucarly half au hour, restiuu at inter
vals. After cowhiding him White
Mijd he felt sorry for licking him.
Wood tliHii asked him to please lend
him twn cents with which to pay his
way homo iu the oar. White gave
him fifty coul s. lie managed to
reach thu car, jumped o(T thu car at
Alakea street and with the assistance-
of a 1'ortugiieso reached his
Wilder, sworn, slated He was ac
quainted with both complainant aud
defendant. He met defendant in
White's billiard saloon about 7
o'clock iu the evening. White asked
nun II lie knew wlinro lie could liud
Wood. Witness said ho'd try.
White secured a buggy and both
went to Wood's place ou Knunn
street, and enquired of native boys
where Wood wa. They said he was
not home. They drove down to tho
paper chase and returned later. The
complainant not being home yet thu
two drovo dowu and saw Wood
standing at the corner of Uerutania
and Kmma streets. Wilder atked
Wood to get iu and latter refused.
White got out of the buggy and
shortly after Wood and White eamo
irom the rear, and ai Wood as get
ting iu witness heard him say, ''all
right, Mr. White " Saw nothing of
a revolver iu defendant's hand. The
paity reached Waikiki aud wituess
took thu horse aud buggy and tied
thi animal. He thou went to the
door of tho house, aud found it
looked. While he was there he
heard something like a shot. He
walked out aud saw White aud
Wood approaching. The door was
finally uufastened and the three
went iuside; Wood wai limping.
Witness saw White put a revolver
ou the table aud also a cowhide. He
sat iu a chair with his back to the
two, aud heard White cowhidin,'
Wood, for about two seconds, White
was iu his shirt sleeve. He saw a
few stroke of the lah. This was
at H:!M) o'clock. After the assault
Wood limped to the door and asked
witm-KS to help him (Wood) to the
car terminus, but witness took no
notice. Wiluena was sober.
Thu tramcar driver aud Portu
guese conductor testified to Wood's
getting ou the car aud his limping.
The cabo was coutiuued uulilibiMI
o'clock to-morrow morning.
LOCAL AND OENKBAL HEWS
Rudolph Sprockets and F. F. Follis
left on the Alameda.
Seo Hollistor's bolow cut rates.
Tho advertisement speaks for itself.
A number of schoolteachers from
tho othor islands aro iu town enjoy
ing their vacation.
Tho friends of Larrj; H. Doe will
bo pleased to hear he is able to bo
ou tbo street ogaiu.
Tickets for tho Scottish Thistle
Club's concert aro for sale at Tho.
Lindsay's jewelry store.
The barkentiue Irmgard is tho
first sailing vessel to dock at tho new
wharf near Brewer's lauding.
The sale of seats at Levey's for
tho play of Oceaulca to bo given ou
Saturday is progressing rapidly.
Ia. F. Morgan will soil fish at
auction on Saturday. They aro
warrau'ed the finest. Buy thorn aud
Mrs. S. Sharp joined her husband
and daughter today. Sho arrived
uytlio o. o AlAtucua wun nor lour
Judge Frear and wifo havo post
poned their intended visit to the
Coaft. They were to have left ou
thu S. S. Alameda to-day.
Miss Birch Fanning returned from
a visit to tho Colonies by tho S. S.
Alameda to day. Miss Fanning is
tho kiudergatlen school precoptress.
Councils. The Constitution con
tinued to the Councils tho powers
they formerly possessed.
Mr. Hatch answered that it was
supposed the Councils might havo
some delicacy About doing such
business, and it was deemed best to
ask the Senate when olectod for con
firmation of appointments within its
At 2:10 tho Councils adjourned.
GIDEON WEST HURT.
A VOTE REFUSED.
Between four and five o'clock yes
terday afternoon Oideon West, the
well known carriage maker, was re
ceiving payment of a debt from a
Chinese nackmau, ownor of licensed
carriage No. 80, iu tho otfico of thu
Club Stables, at which place tho
Chinaman boards his horso. Mr.
Wost was signiug a receipt and tho
Chinamau was asking him to give
up delivery of another carriago than
that for tho repairs of which ho was
paying. Tho requost was refused by
Mr. West because, as ho told tho
hackmau, ho had sold out the busi
ness to Mr. Wright. Tho man had
only been left alono a few moments,
when a heavy fall was hoard iu thu
oQIco. On tho stahlo people's onter-
ing tho ofllco thoy found Mr. West
lung ou tho floor, with blood oozing
from a contused wound on the side
of his head. Dr. McLennan was
called in aud took raro of the in
Doe the Government Control the
Rugiatration Against Opponent.
Everybody knows James Quinn,
tho popular hackdrivor and man
ager of 2H0 stand, isany tn the.
Provisional Government time Mr. J
Quiun offered his services to the ,
Government. He took tho oath aud
rocristered and voted at tho eloction
of delegates to tho Constitutional
Convention. His man got in as I
Jims man always does, and tho
Constitution of tho Republic was
duly shaped by his aid. After the
promulgation Mr. Quinn carefully
perused it and saw that to obtaiu a
voto ho must registor again. As un
der the provisions of tho Constitu
tion he had helped to put in force
ho couldn't naturalize, as he wasu't
born here, ho went to obtain a cer
tificate of special citizenship on the
ground of his previous support of
tho Provisional Government. Upon
personal application to the Board of
Registrars he was politely but coolly
informed that his claims to register
could not be recognized. And so
Mr. Quiun cannot voto under the
Constitution of that Republic which
wan called into existence by the help
of his vote.
BASEBALL NEXT SATURDAY.
Headquarters for White Goods
INT. S. SACHS'
a no rort
FOUND NO LIBERTY HERE.
Unexpected Treatment of Americana
in the New Republic
Captain Pattersou of the harbor
police was kept pretty busy after
thu arrival of the S. S. Alameda
from the Colonies this moruing.
The Alameda had ou board four
xtowaways, two of whom were
AuierlcuuH who had stranded iu tho
Colonies aud were endeavoring to
reach their native home. Shortly
after the steamer docked thu Mow-
awa)s eamo ashore and mingling
with tho crowd escaped uptown.
When Pot lemon wont uu board thu
stowaways were minus, Ho imme
diately got a dobuription of thu men,
aud, after no little trouble ami with
thu aid of policemen, located the
Htowawuj. Three were willing to
return to the ship, but the othur
said the republic had no right to
dictate to him what he Miuuld do,
m this win au "American town."
Deputy Maikhul Brown kindly ac
quaiuled him with the fnut that al
though this was au "American
town," ho hud to comply with thu
"Auiwricau towuV law.
J. J. Kirau offers Koods at prices
that cannot fall to draw buyers. To
rig out a boy in new clothes for a
dollar is something new under tho
The S. S. Alameda doparted for
Sail Francisco this afternoon. The
baud was on tho wharf to bid Cap
tain Morse and his good ship bon
A number of young men have de
cided to form a social aud benefit
union, and the first meetiug will ho
held ou August 2d. Tho object is
to bind the young men together aud
educate them iu vocal mid dramatic
The Mnuager of the Tramway
Company wishes thu public who use
the Fort street line of cam to be
informed that no cars will run on
that line to-morrow athn track will
be obstructed by a house being
moved. He adds that the Com
pany's busses will be ou that street
at 12 in., and 5 p. m., to convey all
thoso persons to their homes who
Read W. W. Wright's advertise
ment iu thin issue. If you want any
thing in the line of carriage build
lug, repairing, trimming, painting,
etc., iu all its branches you can get
no better or more faithful work done
in any other establishment ou the
islands. Every customer of his bo
comes a friend aud a walking adver
tisement of his work or perhaps wo i
should say a riding one. Success to I
Wright. 9t '
FRO TEMFORlt LEGISLATURE.
Woakly Meeting of tho Executive
and Advisory Council
Chairman Wilder presided at the
weekly meeting of the Kxucutivo .
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nun mivirurj jiiuiiv-iin uinniiniiiwuu,
with him being present: President ,
Dole, Ministers Hatch and King, '
Councillors Una, Waterhouse, A lion,
D. B. Smith, Mendouca, Nott and
Mr. Waterhouse presented potl-'
tlous, etc., from Ullo relative lo new
roads. R ferred to Executive.
Mr. Hatch presented a petition
from Messrs. Hind, Ronton nud Low ,
of Kobula, for reduction of rent ou i
certuiu Government laud. Referred
... IiijLiiIb.m t 'ft... ...It .1,. '
in Uliiliuiuij vjiliiillliii-ir.
Secretary Roduers read the weekly
financial statement. Receipts weru
il U7.M), including SKAHl uoveru
ment bonds. Expenditures were
$l2.mi(), including $1000 national ,
debt paid. The payment for sup- '
port of military was PJ8H.27. Cur-'
rent account balance is $207.2)17.21,
aud total treasury balance $227.l)rr,
11. Thu net national debt is f3,u3l,- ,
1101.13. Notices of withdrawals from '
Postal Saviugs Bank amount to
Mr. Waterhouse, in moving ap
proval of the report, said uo wus
tired of moving acceptance, a duly
he hud fulfilled for eighteen mouths.
Pros. Dole was iu favor of grant
ing Mr. Waterhouse relief with gra
titude for past services. (Laughter.)
Pros. Dole presented tho report
of the Board of Kducatiou.
Mr. Einmeluth moved the follow
ll-tlvtl, That the President ap
point n committee of five persons,
representing as nearly as possible
the different Industrial, mechanical
and business interests of the com
munity, to inquire into the labor re
quiremoutHof thu planting interests,
thu competition of imported con- '
tract laborers iu business and me- ,
cnanicai iraoes, nun 10 sugem a
possible remedy for.anio. That
fluid committee bo allowed expenses '
not to exceed tie hundred dollars. ,
That the committee report at its,
earliest con venience, either to these
Councils or to thu Legislature if iu '
Pres. Dole said the prospects were
that labor immigration might havo
to bo increased shortly, aud it was
important the Government should
get all the information possible.
Mr. Eua thought it would lm un
heard of lo have any person outside '
of the Councils appointed ou the t
Mr Wnterhouse moved, seconded
by Mr. Kiiiiuelulh, lo make the reso
lutiou the order of the day for next
Chairman Wilder said he could
not appoint au outsider on the
Mr. Kinmelulh, ou a mot ion lo
Mljourn being ui.tdo without a sec
oud, nsked the Executive to state if
thu PruMdoiit was held to have tho
power to make appoint moult to of
lice without consulting the Conn
ells, lie noticed that thu .lust ices
of the Supremo Court and Judges
of the Circuit Court had been re-
otumutlouod without regard to tho
Two Team Outalda the League Will
Have a Match.
lured man, whom ho found iu a Thero will be a match game of
semi-paralyzed condition. baseball between tho Kunawai aud
When Mr. west was discovered Lively baoball teams on tno itecrea
tho floor was strewn with coin. It I tlou Grounds ou Saturday aftornoon
was supposed ho had boou struck i at 3:30 o'clock. Tho game will be
with a bag of coin. D. H. Davin, an interesting ono, as f20 and base
one of the proprietors, said this ball outfit, which meaus gloves, base
morning there was no bag, but tho i ball and bats will bo the victorious
Chinaman might havo struck him ( team's prizo. Tbreo men havo been
with his fist full of coin. . borrowed by tho Lively team from
31 r. west caused mo arrest oi tue Sheldon s iwiloi nine, ana zai, mc-
Corrlston, who twirlod the ball for
1113 Jennie Flager
Ohio City, OWe.
Scrofula and All Mood Otaea.
" I take great pleasure In tiring publlo toa
tltnonr to the value of Ilood'a Bariaparlll (or
I bare nutterrd with till dl'treistng troutit
forin-arl tn reari. and In that ttmo havo tried
attnott errrr medicine recommended to me
without any relief winterer until, after much
urging, I care Hood' Sampartlla n trliL II
has lieenof great benefit, and wilt rDcct a per
manent cure. I sir t.i all peoplu who unr
troniHcrolula. try llooirH.ir. niurlllat It will
U ra a"n." Mill .ll.XMIi; ILAOEB, ou
Citr, Van Wert Comity, Ohio.
"My danphfer, eleren tm" old, has bern
troubled with icrofulo is cat-mli ever ilnee the
wan three year old. ThreoiihyileUnscsvolier
no permanent rrlltf. In the Mitninrr It corn
menerd rating Into her lioie. Wo Imught
and gave It to her and It J.m cured her, for
which wn are very thankful. We got one box
flf Ilod' fills and Ilk them very much."
Una, luvm C, HitiMEt Cbandlcmflls, Ohio.
ia ytnium acuta nut auaMsury
Immense Assortment 1 Lowest Prices I
NAINSOOKS In Plain, Striped, Ubecka and Plalda.
Persian Lawns, Victoria Lawns, Linen Lawns
tM ALL GRADES AMD PRIOK8.
IHMITIBB In Striped, Cheeks, Plalda and Hair Lium
INDIA MNONS, BATISTE AND COTTON CKAl'liS
COTTON MULLS (N WHITE, C'RKAM NI ki'HI)
IMMKSBK VAKIKTY OK
W"KCri7E .". QOOIDS
AN KNDI.KHB VAKIKTY OF
LACES AND EMBROIDERIES!
KMtMOIDEKY RDOIKUB In Bwlts. Nainsook and Hamburg
All Width with Invrtln tn Matrh.
Altatar BabreiiMy, BMkroMsry FIoucm aid Daai Floaane.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
Chinaman yesterday aftornoon on a
chargo of assault and battery. Tho
Chinaman, whoso natneisLati Tong,
axsorts that Mr. Wost struck hiui
first, and shows a black oyo in cor
roboration of his assertion. Ho was
so onraKd that ho turned to nod
wanted to tnako tnineoniost of Mr.
Woil. Lau Torn apnearod in tho
thu Hanniis in Saturday's uanns will
occtmv tho satno position for tho
I Kunawal's. An interesting gamn is
' probable, and a largo crowd will bo
Tho Lively, otherwise named Ka
! walahao, antl Kunawai will in add!-
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lion in mo iorvguuiE nai ui iru)uics
District Court this morning aud his alio docido which of tho teams is for
trial was sot for tho 28th Inst. tho futtiro to War tho ouphonic and
Mr. West being a heavy aud an , moitiuir appellation of "Lively."
HOBKON, NKWMAN A OU.,
Agent for Hawaiian Inlands
By Ja. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Salmon, Halibut, Etc.
elderly man, it waa surprising, aftor
such tll-usage, to seo liliu uowutown
China Emperor' Birthday.
To morrow will bo tho anniversary
of tho birth of tho Emperor of
China. Tho day will bo suitably
celebrated by tho Chinos rosidonts
of Honolulu, who will also recoivo
the r fronds at tlio houso 01 tlio
Oo it boys!
Oo it lively, both of
J. J. ECAXT
Hays ' h going to ao hoidi
more Havintf. JiiHt reul thrsu
United Chinese Socloty. Tho young pric'H and Cclliptiro them with
Empoior shows a disposition toward rf, tt(lu.riHl!nil.tB of u like
progressive rule, no is tiotug won -----
in his study of tho English language, nature. Tin UHi'UWH tor UK
to declure every any u Cleur
Hiiee Sale. You know bt tter
No house tun sell goods ut a
loss coiilinuiilly. You. how
ever, will not give uh the 11uih
by buying every piece of goods
in our store nt the prici s we
intend to quote you. I have
Cringlmtns (no need to tell
you they nro not shoddy ; you
know it), III yurdrt for'l.
You don't Imvu to come any
Hpcciiil to-duy to buy our Col
ored All wool Dress Goodr.
You huvo ulwuys paid 75c.
fur these goo Is, never les
than OOc. We are now well
ing them at 45n. and the
more you buy the better. 1
feel I must have room for my
On SATURDAY, July 28,
AT 10 0'OI.OOK. A, M..
A.T MY SALBSROOM
t WILL HILL AT HULIC AfCTlOX
Barrels & Half Barrels SalmoD,
Bbls Pickled UaltbDt,
Bb's & Kits of Co'Osh, 25x50 Ibsucb
Kits of California Cod, "
Kits ot Ollcbaus,
Half Bdrrels Ollcbaus.
r- AM Nrw Oixxlt Jimt
Summer Dress Goods
White Dress Goods,
Lawns, Dress Cambrics,
Laces & Scotch Gingham,
M. S. LEVY'S
Try the u Clef eland" Black Hose I
new fall htoelv. We have a
full line of Scotch (iinghams.
Theo goods have been sell
ing in Honolulu at 'ioc. ; go
ing aud most all gone at my
place tor j5c. Our Victoria
Lawns, which are of the very
fiiioit quality (these are tho
best value ever offered). 10
yards for 50c. You will find
nothing but cold facU in this
column, hut it is to your ad
vantage to buy Irom mer
chants who give the most
goods for the least nmnty.
I am offerinir my "White
Lawns and MunHiw at 10c ,
Kronch Sateens, former price
f0c, going at 2fc, and my
Figured w'm Muslin at the
same ligurc. Aud your boys,
tho pride of their mother'
heart, no ioccue for their be-
1 ing shabby after reading Ihesu
i pi ice. Suit1 $10 reduced to
.(); ?( Suits for $2.n0;
, $: oO Suits for $1 ; jint think
of it a complete suit for 1.
These are unheard of bai-
gains and as our stock is
limited as it is fine, au early
call will be to your advantage.
Your for business,
J. J. Euan.
Jaa. F Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
By "Glory," "Jo Daniola" and
"Boawell, Jr "
On SATURDAY, July t8,
AT 12 0'OI.OCK NOON.
A Dowsrtt'a Yanl, Qurcn itret, I will
ll itt 1'iiliilu Aiii'tluii n Dnttt of Kino
llorttx Irum Ony'x Mukuitila
2 3-Year Old Stallions
Gelding and Fillies.
Hrnkcn to Htnttllv and Hnrnci
French Kid Shoe ett 2.3&.
KwongSingLoyf SING LOY,
(07 Klnjt St., "Tbnmu Block."
MQtQll Tell 33.
51-85 ClD St., Dfif Itooikri St.
P. 0. Box 207. Motoal Tele. 68b. P. 0. Boi 207.
!W1. Mutual Tel. C07.
1. o. IIOX 3.'l.
A I.I. IIS
Olurrolu tlieutlirr UlamU In
Bn'ldlag, Trlmalog, Fainting, Etc, Cto
I'romiilly Attended to.
W. V. WKK4IIT. Pmip
iBuiTOKhor to O. Wct.)
OliinoHu, .lapaiioso ami Indian
Indian Silks, Laces and Linens,
Japanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Searts,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Etc.
rSA Complete TAILOKING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
OAbHMKKKB, I.INRNb, LAWNS, MUSI.INH
Ladies' -:- Black -:- Sailor -:- Hats !
SOMETHING NEW JUST OUT
Tiiiiik, Valises, Willow Ware,
Table Cloths, Oil Cloth, Ktc., kite.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
til NUUANU STIIEET
M KKCI1ANT TAI I.UK. J
. j. i.kvi:v,
HT AND FINISH GUARANTEED
NKW H1O0K OK
NICE THINGS FOR THE TABLE!
AhK YOUU (SltOCKH K)
SATURDAY, JULY 28th,
Klfl iri-8Hiitntii)ii In llramutlu form ul
the llitcruatlliK Inciili iiIh uuiiiu-ulcid with
tlio dtitrovur) o( tin' Kuiidwlcli InmU liv
t'n.lii Jhiih's Cook, U. N , nud the ilculli
ot that UUtlnnul.lieil Nuvi;utor.
rm Cumfully drawn from n-llahle ll.i
wnllaii und KorulKii AnthorltluM liy 1) JI
UltOWI.hY, AniRor of "l'li Wooing ol
J UHl tttrMIVHi
FROM 1 UP
Dry CooiIh. Fanoy O-nodn, Lawuu. Etc., Etu.,
Geut's Fnniishiugs of Every Description
A Itdiiinntlo lll'lnrlriil lrnnm In Konr
Ad,, (lliaruclum liy Tuli-ntrd Anm'uuru.
I'liAN now opun hi lv)'"
XV This Brand will alwaji to loofld Reliabla and Good Valun. -i
rpiir. UNiu:iiKiriNi;ii iiavino iii;i:.n
1 npiiiliiln 1 Ami!in'ii ol tlio U.iiilf ol
'I ill Wo I'linn, o( Uonnlnlii, n lnuikriiii,
ri-iiuxti nil iruii ImviiiK olulniH iiuiilii.i
i ciiiil r.iiHiu hi iri'i'nt llii'ir t'lulnn mIiIiIh
Ii iiioiilli Irom iluui nr lhi' will ! lor-
1 uvit I "i rnl, mid all irrrointimlnii mlil hn
lulu nn, lii.rtlii ri'iilli'.li'il lo lililkn lllillllll
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incii t lo 0 I., llounliiuiii, nt "hit
riiorc, lloii'l ktri'i'i. Iloiioliiln.
II I. llU.llll.M..
liunolulu, July 'ii, U'Jl. iwOi
mi rt iiaynirnl
Temple of Fashion
BIB Fort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urgi Auortaent ot Ladlu' and Ctaidrcn'a Sboat.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
lirK Him of Wociluna nt yi Klniinolottoa, 10 ynnh (or II (0
limu'ti nml Wliitu Cottoiiit, (nun H to 'Jil ynnU, f 1.00 imr liiiwo.
Aiiiortkin(r OIukIiadih. 12 yard (or $1.00. UiMitV nml LvlioV Hntliitin Sniu
Silka, Sntiiia, SiirK, l.nwna aiiiI DnM Ooixl of ovorj iloKoriptlnu
XnC. C. 8ILVA, Proprietor.
Daily Bullolin 50 Conln por Month,
. ) &m JUm .