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THURSDAY, SEPT. G, 181M
Tiirn.'rtA'v, Sppt. 0.
Ara bktno V O Inv'n Williams, lii's days
frotn Snn Krniiolco
Atn b!c Melrose. Kalb, 07 Jays from Ncw-
raHo. N 8 W
II I O M a A'cxandrlne, Schmidt, 21 days
Btinr Ilannll from Hawaii
Btmr Iwalnul from Kauai
PRO TEMPORE LEGISLATURE.
. TllttR'tlAY, 8"pt. (I.
Btmr Iftnlnnl for Lnlialnn ami llouokaa at
10 ft m
Am hlctnn S N CasIIp, Hubbard, for Ban
Btmr Pelo for Koloa and W'nlme
W. C. Wilder,
to ordor nt 1:30 this afternoon
, .- --- -
Council?, callod tho weekly nioetiti
From Ban Fnclco nor belli
win. bci.tU-M W W Gilbert,
RBI T A LB.
v a Ir-
I. ..119 ! IIIVI ..
Gilbert, MI11 MnbH (ll.bcrt Mls Caroline
Ollbcrt, Uudultdi v Doiukowluz.
For Ron l'ramdvo nor bklno S N Castle,
Hri.tlt-Mts i' II Kl.lrl ipo, Ml., K.lltli HI
dridgo, Ml? Itniiiiian MttTlius taunatt,
Miss M Stereos.
Tbe American bark Melrose, Oaiitnlti
Kalb, arrived to-diiy. f7 ilnjn from New
castle. N B. W., with 17iA)tonsof coal fur
The IwnlMil w II leivp for Makntvrll this
eTetilng It li coal. Tin l'elp coti to Wnl
mea with the saum nrih-lo When tho war
shltu get through loading with coal there
will be very llttto left.
Tho barkentino 8. N. Oaitlo, Captain
Hubbard, tailed nt noon to-dny for 'he
(lolden (lata with tho following cargo!
4U&1 bags nugar, BliIiio.t by V. (1, Irwin &
Co.; airtbagtdo. J T. Wntirhouej IllIU
bags rice, M B (Irlnbuim .V Co.; r.'.O bags
do., llyinan llroa., 127 barrels molasses, J.
H. Uruns. Domestic value, $31, I U).
Tbe brlgantlnu V. (I. Irwin. Captain
William, nrrWi'd ttilav W dnys from
Ban KratiuUco, with a 'full cargo. Light
winds were met wl It all tho way. Two
V8fels wore met on thn wav, one an Iron
bark bound for f-an KranWro, and tho
other a batk, tipoi-d to be tho bark Cey
lon on her way to Honolulu. The Cey'on
left Ban Krauelseo live il ,y.s heforo the V.
(I. Irwin, and ihn lurk lnt mrnlloiied n
rn-ncd In Int. VI HI 8 and Ion HH..VI W.
Thelrwlu will diclmrgc at thu Ucennl.i
LOCAL AND UKNJBKaL NWH
Judgo Widouinim is in town again.
Tho crow of thu Charleston was
f;ivu shoro liberty yesterday uvou-
Mrs. M. Giluort aud family rot urn
od from thu Coast on thu urigantiuu
W. O. Irwin.
Tho Y. M. C. A. will hold its regu
lar monthly mooting nl 7:11(1 o'clock
Jim Ktilcotin, iiotiud muster, has
been addt'd to thu list of discharged
for refusing to tahu thu oath.
Tho pavilion nt ludeDciidonoo
Park is being gaily ditcorated for thu
dstico to tnku jdaco thuru on Friday
Tho board of tnauagimint of thu
Hawaiian Amateur Athletic Club
will meet In thu Y. M. C. A. this
A band concert complimentary to
tho visiting war vessel n in port will
w givuu at thu Hawaiian Hotel this
Tho Jnpnuexo theatrical troupo
gavu an uutertaiuincut. which was
largely attended, nt thu Uhiucsu
Theatre yesterday evening.
Mrs. Thos. Tnunntt wm a passcn
gor for San Frnucisco on thu S. N
Castlu to-day. Shu returns to her
aged mother who has bent for her.
Mechanics' Homo, cornur Hotel
and Nuuauu alreot. Lodging by
day, weak or month. Tonus: 25 aud
60 cent pr nliriil; $1 am) fl.Z'i rwr
Tho line Ainuricau bark C. O. Bry
ant will sail for hnn Francisco on or
about nuxt Saturday. Shu has ex
cellent cabin accommodation. H.
Hackfeld & Co. nru thu agents.
Mitchell & Putorsou, Sun Fran
clsco, handle thu very finest articles
in tho grocory lino. Their cans of
red label oysters contniu a greater
quantity than thoso of any other.
Tho regular weekly danco was
S:iven at thu resideuco of 0. E.
ioardmun yesturday evening, Thu
Quintet Club played mu&iu lor the
daucing, which guaranteed its ou
joyability. As tho Hawaiian Oovnrnmnnt did
not submit to tho proposition for
not interfering with thu soft soap
man, liruham has ordered two inoro
Gorman niou of-wnr to on force tho
sale of 17 bars of soap for H.'2i.
Q. R. Harrison, practical piano
and orgau maker and timer, eau fur
nish best factory references. Onion
loft at Hnwaiiun Nuwh Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to be the sauie an done
Tho Maunorcihor Harmony held n
very successful rehearsal in thu par
lor of tho l'acilio Hotel yesterday
evening. In udditiou to thu (num
bers several of thu ollicurs of thu
German warship Arcona attended
tho rehearsal. Prof. Yarndley, a
usual, wielded thu baton,
Captain Dow of thu Imrltcutiuo
Planter has not been feeling very
well siiicu his return from Lyenn
Island, icbtoruny Vr. limtliu was
sutumoueil ami ho atlviM'il tiiat thu
captain bo taken to the Queen's
Hospital. Captain Dow's iit'tny
friends liope for a speedy recovery.
Sain Stone, thu policeman who was
with Captain hnngloy on a raid ou a
gambling hoithe, has hwtn dihuhnrg
od ou thu strength of n story told l3
a Chiiiamaii. His place was prob
ably wanted by ouu oi the hungry
"fuithful." Thorn unt very lini uvi
dencu agaiiiht either haiigley or
Stouu. Mr. Stonn ha tecuived a
highly I'ummoiiilntoiy tuslimouitil
from Marshal Hitchcock,
Weokljr Moating of tho Executive
and Advisory Councils.
President of tho
him being present: President Dole,
Ministers Hatch, King, Damon and
Allen, McCnudle??, D. B. Smith,
Bolto, Morgan, Xott and F.mmuluth.
Mr. McCnndless proonted a peti
tion from J. B. Cnstln and others for
an oluclrio railway frauchiso.
Mr. 1). 15 Smith mesontcd a poll-
Hon from thu American Luaguo ask
ing that, n frauchiso bo granted to
tho applicants for such in building
an electric railway.
Mr. Ktmueluth moved that tho
Councils considor tho mattoratonco,
Minister Damon read tho weekly
financial statement. It showed re
ceipts of $02,100 il7,inrluding$ll,100
from salo of Government bonds.
Customs yielded S17,3'22 nud taxes
SI,D30 20. Expenditures weroS'Jl,-17-1.08,
of which fO.217.18 was tot
support of tho military. Tlin cur
rent account balance is S180,8C080.
Tho not indebtedness i $3,017,015.
20. Notices of withdrawals from
tho Postal Savings Bank amount to
$2t.ll)S until tho end of Xovumher.
Minister Hatch introduced n bill
to uxempt articles for tho Bishop
Mti'uum from duty
Thu loan appropriation bill came
up ou Focouil leading.
Minister Smith moved an amend
ment to autborizu thu expenditure
of money from current revenue, as
woll as from thu Loan Act of 1HK).
Mr. McCaudlcss moved to strike
out thu fish market item.
Mr. Morgan said if this amend
ment carried ho wuld vote against
tho whole bill.
Mr. McCandless thought, as thoru
was a division of opinion about thu
location of thu now market, thu mat
ter should bo deferred.
Mr. Euitnulttth could not seo how
an item could bo struck out. Ho
would either pass mo mil or siriKo
it out altogether, leaving Hut matter
to thu Legislature.
Tho amendment was lost.
President Dole hoped membors of
tho minority would not try to defeat
thu whole bill ou account of their
disappointment. A grunt many
items in thu bill were matters of itn
porlnncu and necessity. Tho im
provement to thu water works of
Honolulu and of thu roads of Ha
waii wuru highly important.
Minister Damon, on question bo
ing called, madu a few remarks on
thu division of opinion as to loca
tion. Tho bill passed.
Minister Hatch read n letter from
V. Q Oresham, Secretary of State
of tho United State.", conveying thu
intimation of thu agreement be
tween Great Britain and thu United
States on tho Behring Sun seal pro
tection matter, nnd asking t lie con
currence of this Government iu such
At 2:150 tho Councils went into i
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho boat meeting to bo held at
the Hawaiian Hotel has been post
poned till Tuosday evening.
Thorp is a cricket team on II. B.
M. S. Hyacinth, nnd a match with
tho local team may be expected in
tho near future. Tho Hyacinth men
went out to praclico this ovouing.
Captain W. Scott of the second
watch of tho police forco has not
taken thooath as yot, but ho holds
tho position all tho same. It is
rumored "petticoat politics" secured
him tho position.
Tho mon belonging to tho threo
warships iu port aro having n good
timo ou shore. A largo number
visited tho Government buildings,
and somo drovo around tho Exeeu
tivo building iu n bus. Jack's alivo.
J. W. Chapman cators for ban
quets, socials, private dinners and
garden parlies. Veddings a special
ty. He can bo found at all hours at
Sans Souci or will call on any ladies
or goutlnmen who will address him
through tho Post OluYo.
Ura. O. It. Card
Made Over Anew
Chronlo Hendncha Curcd-Weak
Lungs Mado Otrons and Woll.
" For years I had sick headaches eTcry day, and
I r.ho led Terr vrrnU lung. Hlncc I hare
been taking llool'i BamparKta, I hiTs
-been mtlrtlr curT-d of headaches, and mr
I lungiardstror.gandwctl. Friends often say
I Mow Well You'ro LooUlnn.
o'clock to-morrow morning. Crowds I tell farm It li dus to Hood's sirjaparlllx I
of people havo boon flocking duriug an itnaM In lUtnrc-MTcr wtehed ow
.1..! ..-.'. .... .1,. i it. .?!.,,.. ! 100 pound! btforo tiklng Hood's Barsara-
rllli. end at tba tlrr.a t bejan taking It I had
Tho salo of Judgo Bnmson's elo
traut furniluro will take place at tho
salesrooms of L. J. Levoy at 10
thu past two days to tho salesroom
to look al thu articles. Several
pieces of furniture aro believed to
bo tho best over seen in thu country.
Captain Underwood, lately mato
ou thu barkentino S. X. Castle, has
taken command of tho barkentino
Planter, Captain Dow having to
temporarily bo away through illness
Thu second mato on thu S. X. Castle i
has been promoted to tho position
of first mate, and tho carpenter will
perform thu duties of second mato.
run dov.-n to 6." pctinlj, but now I wcl;h
1 1 1 ' r My ftlend J thouf'.it I would bo dend
lona nso, but I an perfectly well. I am
unabtn to Cipro's my thanks for tbo good
bat done inc." Mr.. C. II. C.utu, 121B Adeline
"rioo'l' V'Ur. euro a'l f.lvcr Ills, r.lllous.
nt. -la-in I c. lndl;ctio:i, fl.k Headache.
HDIIKON, NKWMAN A 00.,
Acent for Hawaiian Ilrn.l
Tllld 18 NOT A
You havo u fow motneutft
to ppure, lmvcu't you? Of
coureo, 3 ou are not in a hurry
X. Co. she uxoects to ; to catci, a trnin or pay a bill,
,IUsttVo7thramu,0Hpc.cially the latter. Jiwt
BOARD OV UUALTH.
Mattora Discuteod nt YcBtordoy.a
Tho regnlnr weekly meet lug of
thu Board of Health was held yes
turday afternoon, those pruMint be
ing T. P. Lansing, II. Wnterhouse,
F. It. Day, J Una, Agent 0. 11. Hey
tioltls, Dr. Oliver and Emerson and
Mr. Meyers. Superintendent of thu
Leper Settlement. Dr. Howard of
tho Government dispensary, report
ed that, up to Juuu !50, 21)00 cases
had been treated.
Agent Iteyuolds reported that thu
reservoir at tho L'-por Settlement ou
Molokai had been finished.
Au application from Dr. P. 11.
Breeso to practice medicine was re.
commended to the Minister of In
terior, aud he will tnku the place of
Dr. Thompson, Government doctor
at North ICohala, during tho latter ri
Tho application of A. F. Cooke
for permission to build wash houses
at lwilui was referred to thu Miuis
tur of Interior.
Ballots Nnvigntlng UormiB.
Thu U. S. cruiser Charleston, Cap
tain Collin, will leave for Corea on
Tuosdny next. Her crew were given
shoro liberty yesterday uveuing, and
have been taking iu thu sights. To
day eovcral have been riding about
town aud the suburbs ou horseback,
thu sight reminding one of old time
when Jack on horseback was nu
uvurvdav exhibition. Tho Charles
ton will take iu about live hundred
tons of coal from the United States
coal pilu situated near thu Kiuau
wharf. She began this morning.
A. M. Bailer, a well known citiun
of Eugene, Oregon, says his wifo has
for years Jieeu troubled with chro
nic diarrhoea and used many reme
dies with little relief until she tried
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrlui'a Remedy, which has cured
her sound and well. Give it a trial
and you will bu surprised ut the
prompt relief it ulTords. 25 and f0
cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., Agents for thu
TWO GERMAN WARSHIPS.
Tho Aloxnndrlno Arrlvot from Onllno
-Tho Mario Coming
Another Gorman warship is in
port. It Is the Aloxaudriuo nnd
comes from tho satno port ns the
Arcona--Callao, Peru. The Alexau-!
driuo was twenty-two days making i
tho passage, light winds and calms .
being met with all tho way. She
came alongside the Pacific Mail
wharf, where site immediately began
to take iu coal. Tho vesrol will take
iu 1)70 tons of coals purchased frotn
the I. I. S
got nwny 1
build as tho Arcona. Tho Mnrie, , cast Your eye down
another Germnu warship, loft Callao eolutnu, or butter still
mo same lime as mo mexauiimie,
and is expected hourly, iuo Alex
andrine is commanded by Captain
Schmidt. She carries tho same num
ber of men (255) aud guns (1 1) as
The Arcona began taking in coal
this morning. Shu will tnku in nil
:it)0 tous, also from thu 1. I. S. X.
Co.V coal pile. A fnct not generally
known is that there is a baud ou tho
Atidrowa Lios In Walt and Fulls tho
A oho fa case occupied tho atten
tion of District Magistrate Perry all
day. The defendant, a Chinaman,
is alleged to have told an informer
that he had bribed thu police several
time, nud ho was sale. Thu in
former imparted thu information to
Captain Andrews, who lay in wait
aud caused thu arrest of thu man.
Ho Is ou trial for assisting iu the
initiliii Mtul iiiniiaitlni n jilt ii fft
bank. V. V. Ash ford, who appears
for tho defense, is making a strong
light, while Captain Andrews is oven
tougher iu insisting ou tho prosecu
tion being upheld.
John G. Manger Editor of tho
Sunbeam, Seligman, Mo., who nam
ed G rover Cleveland for the Presi
dency iu Nov., 1882, while lie was
Mayor of Bullalo, X. Y., is enthusi
astic in his praise of Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrluua Re
medy. He says: "1 have used it for
tho past live years aud counider it
the best preparation of thu kind in
thu market. It is as staple as sugar
and eouVo in this sectiou. It is an
article of merit nnd should bo used
! I I 1.1 1.'..- ...I.. I... .11
III uvi-ry iiimnoiitiiu. -ur rum uv mi ' -, , ,.,i
d.mlnr. H....BM.. Mmlll. A Cn IM, Willi U
.W...n. A.'"....., -..... - WW.,,
VI i7Vk i niua vmiiw
down to tho r-too and look
ovor thu now lino of goodn
that wo havo junt opond, if
you roinombiT comcty wo
udvortisL'd new goodn two
week ago. A complete now
stock of thoin too. Well they
a ru all gone ami I have a now
ntock that will bo ready for
innpuotion on your arrival.
Thu l!rt four boxes I opened
contained nothing but French
Lawns, Muslin and Dimities,
both ligured and plain. The
nioht elegant patterns I havo
ever received din et from
Japan, Crepes. Silfcs and
Ciutiiins, Jaidinese Silk Ki
monos, Fancy Draper, etc.,
beautiful Chenille Pnrtirrs,
Silk and Iace Curtains ami
Grin and Bear It I
! just what every lndv must do who has bought a Corset that docs not
tit Iter. C'oret-bought ef s tit, bemuse we only carry the popular
makes, that hnvo bien tried and found the correct style
Tbe Gcnnine P, D. Corsets,
We have in nil styles and all sires.
Tbe R. & 6, Corsets.
Extra long waist, perfect fit, In all sites
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect tit for all ages, best for health, comf-itt, wer and finish.
Tbe R. & G, Summer and Nursing Corstts.
ThnPaniturr Corset Is st the thing for hot
Wh have In nil
Try onr 50 Cent Corset, it is a Stunner.
A full line of sites of
Miss Corsets and Corset Vaists.
Children's Corded Waists tor 40 Cent.
620 Purt Street,
KwoDgSingLof SING LOY
0? flan St., "Tbon Block.'
3. t. i '"',
1183 linn SI., nut IioqiIii Si
latoal Teln. 339 P. 0. Box 207.$ Mutual Tele. 68& P. 0. Boi Wl,
jrtliri will Im utvi-'i
Mux M. M. Till ItDS
On FIIIDAY EVBXINO,Siit. 7th,
At III" Thcnjniihleiil Hii'l, enrner of
NutiKiiii nini MntliiK htipxin, In
l)oor will neii nt 7 oV'eclc. t.ii'til'i' to
coiiiiuitn'-u .roiii.tly at n i'ilm-k
Subject of thu Lecture xv II be
1 1: ? ::i
For Sale I
Uned but little. An cool a new. Hold on
account of owuttr Ifiivinu tlit iimniry.
Ottinctte. JapanuBv and Indian Goods !
Indian Siiicu, Laces and Linens,
Tapanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Scurf,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Etc., Wto.
rA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINE OF GENTS' HATS!
Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 Ring Street & 407 Ring Street.
1101 tf 107 KIhk HtrocU
For San Francisco I
Till: KIXi: AMKUIOAN 1JAUK
Ai-'onts for tho Unwaiinn IMmiila. new fitoek.
California Fruit Market;
Homer KIiir A Alukea Hta
Ky Kvry Hiemuer from Bun Krnn
Fresh Fruit, Oystors.
place on Sept.
complete line of
Feathi'i'H, latest shapes, etc.
This department will lie under
the personal management of
Miss Pollen, from the States.
J. J. KG AN.
Will take a limited number of Puplli
lAutua.1 Telophona 163
Aoi'.virrmii.Y mi:i:tinu or ihr
lliiiird of Tiilliu id the (Jit.kn'h
Hiihi'Itm. will b held nt III" lln-iiltiil
IIi.IUIiik WKI.i:SI)AY NK.XT, tin
I'.'ih liixtiitit, at ln:."U oVIcvk a. m.
AmeiHtmciitx to tlm i..jih nnd nl
teruttniH In thu Chiirtr el thu t ii-en'H
Hoi.tul to iMM-oiuliliiri-d full intend
uni'd U reiiui'rti d IVr order.
V. A. SI HAHKKIl,
rpKNl)i:ilH Alii: WA.NTHI) KOIt THK
X miily to tliu liii'i'ii'i-1 1 o .I I ii I of iiiru
Milk in ininmillei. us ihn I'urw'jnr mny
front tlmu to time order, fur u t Tin of oiih
scar fiom nini ititur the IMh liiHtuut.
'! riilitu t it tiiiliulitltil Itit.it liii ItiiilitFktirii ml
tVIIMVII i 'V !' iMillIIMU'rihlli
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Bark "C. D. Bryant" which is now due
bring to us the
Largest Consignment of Furniture
BVKIl SIIU'l'KI) TO A 8INOMS K1KM ON HAWAIIAN 8011..
And will Consist
a House from
Needed to FuruiHh
pilOKhHiOlt llltADI.KY (1IVKH IKS
L coiiH In hlnuitiK, l'iiuio, Vlilln mid
'I'ellii. 'IVruiH. .' an hour: 1 1, half hour. ;
Huvlim hid 'JH jt-nrB1 uxiermi'o mm Or
uuiiihI and eimlr '1 rubier, ho I in cm to mi
I fliu'ilvhinent III thn-i- i-ttiifltliK. lli'-t of
ii'MiimimiiiH. ni r.iiunu hucii .uihuui
IVIt plmtiu IVI. Ill.'.'w
1WII.1. NOT Hi: KKSI'ONHIIH.K I'OK
nny bills rontriii-ti'd by my hoii, l.'iuln
(iiiKiTI inilthiir In In- niithoilibd to eolh-i-t
iiiouuy or rteelpl bllln fur mo.
Honolulu, Bent. 4. IMH. Ilia 'Jw
mKMII'.ltS I'll It
J. a l-'ruiiif lluildiiiu'
-1 IltS KKMOVAI. il'
Wult'limitker, 1 ort htirrt
at his ollii-n nu to I'J ii'ulock noon on Mt'N-
K A H'llAKKKU,
D.vY, thu Ulib liiMiiut
Honolulu, fai-jit. ft, I Mi. S cretury.
Cottiit;e ot I vmi Kuuiiih
oii.osltu Dr. Mltira. An
J A. .111.11111 '..-,
1127-lw llurntimiii Htreot.
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Mutual 76.
"O. D. BfeHSTT"
ill t.tll Ur thv uliiivi p irt ou or u limit
AugUSt S, 1894,
rt" l-'nr !'.i !?. ImIiik rirst-i'ln C'a-
lilli tirroliitiiiiUutlii'is, : I I N
DELICATE! DELICIOUS! DAINTY!
;p'Ki.n .t t'o.
liOIUIIH Ht KlUMllltllllj;
nihil nu llnfiirnlsliid Cni
t n L-ii with T a'u lioiiniH and
Kitvheu ou rort titritt.
C. II Kit 17.,
Temple of Fashion
Bl ffort Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urga Auortmsnt oi Ladlei' and Children' Shoe.
Large Line of Summer Goods !
Link'" Huh of Woolon at '2w. KlannolntttiB. 10 vardi for f 1.U)
Brown nnd White Cottons, from 8 to 20 yartU, $1.00 pr piece.
Amonkimfj' GiiithaiUH, 12 yardrt for f 1.00. Gentu' nud Lailies' Bathinu Mmu
Silkn, Satum, SnrB8, Lawim and Drs Goodn of nvury description
La:. O. SILVA, Proprietor.
JOHN T. BROWN,
llniilur In lliiuulliin iiiul I'urnlun Poiino
Si.iiuis. 1'. O. Ilu III, llotimulii.
Itl'i I'.t iirh'iiH nlvi'ii fur I'nuniil tiud Hud
ll:t.uiiliui htumi'S iu xi liiti'tt.t lor otlnr
coiintrliH from ilrl-i'lii' irovul m ii-l
Hlui'iH lonMiriifd In uti) '.m ul tliu iklmnli
ou uiitilluiliou twill town n leri'iiun.
J. I, II U (iun to mvtt uuy collector liy
, ,- - -. tii -ir - MUHiimWI""""11'"' '"
TliMnnri. Nc-w IM.-l. I.triio. I .H. Kx'm f......ia.l. Him- in.i ' l .r..v th-.r mi-rlm.
N. 11. Tho Oniia of thiu lirnml conttilii n Kniutur iwmtity tlmn thom of
nny othor. ,
X4:itob.oll ic Iotorao, Coaot A.cron.ta.
liAUHK UlillMMIIIiW i ,.
Itoom tor sliiKlr t"U- foitfa&i
urn Hittiitti-d on lii-ri'- AiiJ(nt
i, htrirt, 15 iiiluiiii-ii' mMistiSe.
ON Till1, i -fc
uo bin- ;?.;,
I VN AIKIM ON Till1.
.' lli'iich. romf
uunriirii for mix or t
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llonnli liHthlliK fiicllllli's kihmI
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