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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. 1510.
HONOLULU, H. I., THUIWDAY, APIUL 20, 1000.
Price f Cent-
- vmm "'"P ' ' t."jhht wmav i ; ?w
"Just a Thimbleful."
"Unelo" John A. Hasslnger 1ms re
ceived a, eharactcrlHtlc remembranco
. from his old friend, Franklin 11. Day of
San FrancUco, brother of tlio Into t.
W. Day and unclo of Dr. Day. In a
letter to Introduco Jas. ilalph Sloan,
Mr. Day tells Mr. HnsBlngor ho Is send
ing blra "just a thimbleful' 'for old
friendship's sake. Mr. Sloan was pre
vented from coming, but a sister of
Mrs. C. J. Hutehlnn and hinted', who
arrived In the Moana, brought I ho
friendly memento. It proved to bo a
handsomely chased drinking dip of
silver shaped like n thimble, Inscribed
to Mr. Hassingcr, the nrtlclo being en
closed In a morocco caso with the In
scription, "Just n Thimbleful." Mr.
Day at tho samo tlino present Hawa
iian I)dgc, F. & A. M., wltlrn ballot
box. Mr. Day was two yoats ago the
recipient of an ancient kou bowl from
Mr. Ilasslngcr, accompanied wp.lt Its
Mcgcnd written by tho giver, which Mr.
j'Day had printed In neat book form.
VchscIh for the Nlnndn..
Tho Ceylon and rianter woro 10 have
nailed from San Francisco for this pott
April 18. Tho It. P. Rlthct began load
ing for Honolulu on tho 12th. Tlio Ed
ward May was to havo sailed on the
2lBt. Tho 8. N. Castle begin loading
April M and tho Archer and Aloha
wcro both on tho boards to loid. Tho
Santiago began loading for II Ho on mo
lfiib, and tho Martha Davis tu: tlio 19th.
A serious mistake was mado In the
account yesterday of tho Hullctlii news
boys at tho Orpheum. It was fcild thai
they wcro firm In the conviction that
tho Advertiser wns all rlgnt. This
was a grave chargo to make ugaln.U
them but tlio word should havo been
Orpboum and tho newsboys are happy.
Commissioner! to Own.
Tho members of tho Phlllpplno Com
mission went down tho road to Ewa
this morning in company with Special
Accnt Sewall. CaDtaln Merry and a
number of others. Tonight they will bo
entertained at dinner at tho homo of
Mr. Sowall in Wnlklkl.
' The BULLETIN-offers to tlie per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the larcest
number of new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
Ut Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 070.
The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 00, 97 and 94 9'
the iqco Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 2: lbs , and
Modefoo a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
Snd Prize, 6lncr Sewing .Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
- top. both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
nichlne will be furnished by B. Ber
tferscn, sole agent for the Hawaiian
Srd Prize, Prcmo Senior Ciimcm.
4x5, with Outfit, 840.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plates or Films. The
,.tf.t IrhuUc t Pints Holder. 1 i pod. 1
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Leitlun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophonc, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with O Records, 8UO.OO.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It is to be
telected from the stock of the Beritetrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
Thrfollowlng conditions of the contest
just be observed :
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
last three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
j. Subscriptions should be sent In as
won as secured, together will) the name
JF and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
ddress of each new subscriber.
4. Any person in the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: 8.oo per year,
ij.00 for three months; strictly In advance.
CORBETS BO CENTV5.
Wear a nice SUMMBK CJR812T and
you will be always cheerful and com
fortable in all your movements. Iwa
kaml, Hotel atrcet.
HAWAII'S GROWING TIME
Cubic sugar Crop Sbort With Pros-
pecttvo Slw Development.
Tbo Matket Recovers AtUr Floppier:
Unaccountable Indidermce of Trust
to Java Sugar.
Under date of April 12, a New i'oik
correspondent of II. Wuterhouno t Co.
"Our market for raws, owiu to lack
of competition, declined recent! to
4c. for centrifugals. Tho situation
was unnatural and did not last, and
values are again up to 4 Vic, bring our
present basis. Tho American Sugar
Refining Co. arc showing this season
an unusual lack of Interest In Java
sugars to nrrlvo hero In August-November.
Uusually they try to secure
these. It diverted to other countries
It will nt least not bo detrimental to
your Interests. Tho Cuba srop Is only
turning out about 335,000 to:ia. In ad
dition to tho effects of tho war, the
drought has caused much teed enno
planted to bo lost. This Is all dis
couraging to now Investors, and It
will bo several years yet before Cuba
grows enough sugar to nfTect prices of
tho product from' moro distant coun
tries, and It certainly looks as though
tho development thoro would ho much
slower than we anticipated, even a year
QUARANTINEJO BE RAISED
Tho Hoard of Health met yestordny
at 3 p. m. Thcro wcro present Presi
dent Wood, Mr. Lowrcy, G. W. Smith,
Dr. Emerson, Dr. Garvin and Secretary
Wilcox. Tho minutes of tho previous
meeting wcro read and npproved.
Dr. Wood brought up t.10 question of
raising quarantlno aud, upon motion
of Gcorgo W. Smith, It wns decide!
"that all quarantlno be raised on Mon
day, April 30th, if no further outbreak
o. plaguo occurs."
It was ordered that hereafter tho
shipment of soy and sako be allowed
after fumigation of the outside of the
On motion of Mr. Ixwrey ail nnlmal
were ordered Inspected at tho port of
On motion of Mr. I.owrcy It was re
corded that It was tho opinion of tho
Hoard of Health that tho Government
should arrango for tho Inspection of
animals tnrougliout tho laiands, with
special reference to dairy cattle.
On motion of Dr. Emerson tho opin
ion of the Hoard of Hcaltn was record
ed that tho power to appoint a plumb
ing Inspector lay with tho Department
of tho Interior.
Dr. Wood said tho hospital lor Incur
ables had asked that tho Hoard cf
Health become responsible for tho pay
of Dr. Uowman, now attending physi
cian, until tno permanent hospital was
established. Mr. i.owrcy pointed out
the Council of State had appropriated
r,000 for tempornry expenses. On mo
tion of Dr. Emerson It wns recorded
that tho Hoard did not sco Its way clear
to assumo the responsibility or liabil
ity In tho matter.
Dr. Garvin reported tho Japanese
Camn No. 1 In Nuuanu valley as aban
doned; camps Nob. 2 and 3 as tllthy
and unsanitary. Placed on llle.
Dr. Pratt reported upon tho applica
tion for raising pigs In Nuuanu valley,
that there was clanger of Infecting tho
stream near by and finally tho Nuuanu
stream; that tho law had not been
compiled with In construction of build
ings and that tho location hnd been se
lected upon tho watershed. Ho recom
mended that tho permit bo refused. So
ordered. Thirty days wcro given to
ninovo tho pigs now there.
President Wood stated that Execu
tive Olllcer Dr. Garvin called for action
In tho caso of the slaughter houso nt
Iwllcl. Ho mado a statement about the
Insanitary condition of tho slaughter
houses and tho necessity for n new lo
cation; nnd, on motion of Mr. Smith,
It was ordered "that tho premises oc
cupied by the slaughter house bo con
demned." Dr. Garvin mado a preliminary re
port on livery stables recommending
that tho stalls bo mado water tight nnd
havo a slant of three and a halt Inches;
thnt all liquid discharges from animals
be drained Into cesspools; that all
(Continued on page C.)
Gent's Hermsdorf dyo black sox su
perior quality, two pairs for 23 cents,
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, (Ji'cen street for
ono week only; don t fall to sco mem.
Remember tho auction salo at the
Stockyards Saturday if want a bargain
day and Night classes
Rooms ii-u. ri rioorf 9 a, m, 4 p. m,
Hours l r.ia-9-y p.
Advocate Prompt Action for
Organizing the Paity.
Whil the People Have to Say Conven
tion for Delegate to the National
Convention Time for Call
to Be Issued.
Oi'KiiulzIng tho Republican Party
was the topic on tho streets. yesterday
afternoon and this morning. Tho as
surance that tho Hawntlcn bill will be
come a law In tho almost lmmpdlate fu
ture has caused a geneinl sentiment In
favor of prompt action towards organ
ization throughout tho Islands and tho
catling of a territorial convention In
This sentiment gained strength
through tho suggestions made. by Hon.
Cecil Hrown, who during hla"ftay In
Washington had an opportunity to
talk with the national party- leaders.
A Hiillctln representative on tak
ing up tho matter found the people,
ready nnd willing, In fact eager for tho
good work to go on.
Mr. Humphreys said: "I am In favor
of tho Immedlato organization of the
Republican party in tho Hawaiian Isl
ands; no good purpose enn be secured
by procrastination. Wo don't know
whnt the Democrats or Independents
hnv cdono or nro doing. Tho leading
men of Honolulu, who nrc disposed to
afllllatc with the Republican party,
should meet, discuss tho situation and
Issuo a call for a Territorial conven
tion. Tills call should be Issued In tho
spirit of utmost fairness, giving to
every district In tho Islands such rep
resentation In the convention as may
bo deemed Just.
The date for holding the convention
should not bo unavoidably delayed, yet
the outlying districts should bo given
amplo time and opportunity (o elect
their delegates, as may bo prescribed
In the call. When tho convention Is
held a territorial central commlttco
should be elected, each Island having
proper representation. Tho Island
Central Committee may bo elected by
tho Republicans of the various Islands
in such a manner as tho convention
may dictate.; or, falling dictation, by
tho convention. This matter may bo
left to the Republicans of tho different
Islands to dctcrmlno for themselves.
"I want to again say," concluded Mi.
Humphreys, "that In my Judgment Im
mediate organization Is Imperative. I
bcllcvo in doing politics aggressively
with our swords In tho sunlight glitter
ing nnd the Bcahbards thrown away."
Mr. P. C. Jones said: "I nm rusty In
American politics, but I think the
sooner wo organize tho Republican
party tho better. We are uo doubt by
this time a Territory. Thero will bo
only 45 dnys margin and wo cannot or
ganize too soon. As I say, I havo had
little experience In politics, but I bc
llcvo that everything must bo fair and
abovo board In the organization. 1 "vl'l
support any fair proposition to that
end. 1 am a believer In primaries and
think It Is tho duty of ovoi'y citizen
and Republican to attend them; tho
primaries in politics aro a serious mat
ter, wherein thoro has been too much
neglect In tho United States, and If we
all do our duty then as Republicans wc
need havo no fear of the future."
J. A. McCandlcss said: "I think wo
should organize tho Republican party
at onco and tho way to do It Is to got
up a petition signed bb unanimously as
possible, calling n mass meeting of Re
publicans to discuss the question of or
ganization. A call should then bo sent
out for Island delegates to assemble
In convention In Honolulu nt tho earli
est pobslblo dato to select delegates to
the National Republican convention to
meet In Philadelphia In Juno next. We
havo not a mlnuto to lose.
Cecil Hrown said ho believed In or
ganization as soon as possible, but
doubted tho advisability of starting to
work beforo President McKlnley had
signed the Territorial bill. He had ul
ready conrerreii wan ucpuuiican itnu
ers whllo In tho East and everything
could bo done thero would bo carrlod
out favorable to an early organization
of tho party here, as soon as the bill is
Mr. A. V. Gear was in favor of im
mediate organization as wero Mtssrs.
J. A. Kennedy, J. H. Fisher, a. W.
Smith nnd Ed. Towsc.
T. McCants Stewart said ho was
strongly In favor of Immedlito organi
zation and favored a con volition tor
the Island of Oahu; ho believed that
BBRQSTROM IMTTSIO OO.
the other Islands should bo allowed to
effect nnd control their orirmlz.i.Ion.
He thought that organization should
bo effected at onco so that delegates
could bo sent to tho Republican t.on
vcntlon In tune.
Mr. FrnnRs J. Horry said ho was In
favor of calling a convention at once
and would leave It 10 tho oldejt Re
publican organization In tho Islands to
lasuo nnd direct the call. He thought
the ratio of icprcsentatloi as piovlded
in the constitution of tint body, adapt
ed to govern .thoso committees should
orovnll and ono representative bo sont
to the convention for every club of fifty
members. The convention i.ould then
elect delegates to tho naUnaal com on
tlon. Mr. T. II. Murray said that he be
lieved immediate steps 3hould bo taken
to perfect tho Republican organization
and that the details should bo left for
further dlscusilon and arrangement
Tho national convention moots on Juno
19th nnd wo will need 3Vorv minute of
the tlmo to cle't our delegates and fur
nish them with credentials nnd Instruc
tions. Mr. E. R. Hc-idry said that ho favor
ed Immediate organization here, ns the
tlmo was too short to wait .mtll word
of tho signing of the Territorial bill by
tho President had actually taken j hue
had been received.
Clarcnco Crabbo said: "I'm glad to
know tho people havo waked up. Of
course I am In favor of orgarlzatlon.
The sooner the better."
Tho Uulletln representative wns un
ablo to seo J. M. Vivas but It is be
lieved ho Is fully In sympathy with
A call for a mass meeting to be held
In tho Drill Shed next Wednesday
evening is being signed this afternoon.
PROBATE COURT ROMANCE
Judge Sllllman yesterday allowed a
feo of $1,000 to P. h. Weaver as at
torney for W. R. Castle, ndmlnlsttator
of the estate of the late William Dean.
This closed tho affairs of the adminis
tration. In December last Judg? Per
ry declared tho legal heirs to bo Ann
Atkinson, Doscy Rnnsome, Elizabeth
Hall and Thomas t'can, the tirst three
being half sisters of deceased and the
last-named a half brother. Tho de
ceased left real estate In Honolulu,
lately appraised at f8,000 value, and
about 125,000 in money.
A curious romanco Is revealed in tho
testimony of Mr. Castle. Ho had re
peatedly advised Dean to mako a will,
but all the latter left of a tcstamen
tary nnturo was a memoranda boo);,
wherein, In his own hnndwritlng, he
said If anything should happen to him
ho wished all of his property left to
his aunt, Mrs. Edward Robinson, nnd
In case of her death to her children.
Mr. Castlo testified that tho aunt has
been dead fifteen yearB, and the two
cousins aro not his nearest relatives,
but ho did want them to lmn his
property. Tho reason for that was,
Mr. Castle learned, that beforo lis camo
to these Islands ho fell In love with a
woman, aud had made all arrange
ments to marry her when his father
turned around and married be.-. Tho
children of this marriage vero his
neurrst relatives, but ho did 1 ot want
any of tho property to go to them.
Dean was not married hero. Ho wus
n very skilful mechanic, nnd did all
tho nlco work at tho palace. In tho
last Gvc or hlx years ot his llfo he
did 110 work, but lived on his rentd in
n little cottage Just above I lie first
Nuuanu bridge Sometimes i.o would
go off to Molokni and shoot ;lcoi 11 ml
Mr. Castlo supposed that kind of llfo
was too much for him nnd Killed him
Udltnr Austin Resign.
Franklin 11. Austin, editor of Aus
tin's Weekly, wbb advised by a medical
friend somo weeks ago that ho should
abandon his editorial work and llvo In
tho country for at leant a year. Since
ho has gone to tho hospital Mr. Austin
has concluded that he will havo to tako.,
tho advice. Ho has accordingly tender -
ed his resignation as tmuuigor nnd edl
tor to tho directors of his company
TO CURE A COLD IN ONE DAY.
Tako Laxative Hromo Qulnluo Tablet.
All druggists refund thu money it It
fails to euro. E. W. Grove's signature
Is on each box. 25 cents.
For lino full dress shirts nt $1.00 tach
L. II. Kerr & Co., Qiioen street. Theso
shirts aro strictly high Kfaile
as tu fit
Twenty-sixth day clear of plague
STOCK BROKERS HOPEFUL
Mission or Mr. Pollilz to New
Good lor llawall.
I Strengthen the Lccal Matket - Larger Held
lor Op.-rdtkiDS-Cablti Will Also AdJ
lo lis BeoiQis.
Inquiries made among those Inter
ested In stocks and business men lit
general show the feeling to be that the
listing of Hawaiian plantation stocks
In Now York, by Edward Pollltz, and
tho passago of tho cablo bill will have
a most beneficial effect on the com
mercial and llnanclnl affairs of these
George R. Carter said that In nil
probability Mr. Pollltz will only list
those stocks In New York now listed
In San Francisco; theso may be follow
ed by the listing of others. Tho larg
er the mnrket the better will bo tho
prices of the stocks listed. It will havo
a good effect, If wo can let Now York
Investors havo somo of our dividend.!.
Alio cable, of course, will bo .1 vory
great bcucllt to all kinds of business
and will bo a great help to private In
terests as well. Whllo he did not lock
for the cablo to bring a boom, Ptlll tho
gross receipts woulu probably bo much
larger than anticipated, and tho bene
fits to the Isionds would be Incalcul
able. Tho laying of tho cablo would
directly stimulate tho markets here by
putting us In touch with the business
centers of the world.
J. II. Fisher, president of the Hono
lulu Stock Exchnugc, said the listing ot
tho stocks In Now York would have the
Immedlato effect that the better flas
of our stocks would bo bought up thero
for the largo dividends they will pay.
Communication with the Mainland by
caolc cannot havo anything except a
beneficial effect. Acess to a larger
money market would raise tho prico
of our stocks. We certainly havo large
dividend paying properties here and
our securities would bo sought after;
this fact would cause prices to go up.
When our stocks were listed In Sau
Francisco It had had a tendency lo
ralso tho prices of those plantation
stocks listed; a like effect would fn
low their listing in New York, which
in n great monled center. Tho buccpm
of the matter would largely rest with
tho majority holders here, as to wheth
er they caro to let go of good Invest
ments. I. R. Hums said he believed tho list
ing of stocks In Now York nnd tho lay
ing of tho cable would make a finan
cial boom In the Islands which would
bo felt In every department of busi
ness. Ho did not ngreo with some who
thought our sugar ludustry threatened
thioiigh competition; all that was
needed now to mako new benefits ap
parent, was to get to work under tho
new toriltorlal government as soon 11s
Will 12. Fisher snld the Islands wero
greatly In need of outside capital,
which should at onco bo Interested
hero. Capital was quick to tako ad
vantage of opportunities nnd thero wns
plenty of It awaiting tho action ot
Washington, on tho territorial bill, to
seek Investment. The chaotic stato
of tho Islands In tho past and present
has had more or less to do with keep
ing capital from Investing here. Ho
wns In receipt of letters by every mall
asking for proper Investments, but
they hud all been contingent upon tho
passago ot tho territorial bill. As soon
ns that Is passed nnd tho cub 10 h'ld,
Hawaii may look for wonderful pros
perity. Ho had great confidence In Mr.
Pollltz and with tho listing .if our
Btocks and tho completion of the cable
tho Islands would reap tho greite.it
financial ami romroeiclal mlvutitiigcs.
Harry Armltago said tho cablo
would mako a final success of the Pol
lit, case. Stock transactions were
now bndly hampered by tho necessity
of transacting btibiniss by mail. Tho
cablo means a largo lncreuso In the
stock biiHlnohs. Real estato would ali.o
bo Influenced and prices would r.d
, u wn Uc to.k unJ mxur,
. ,.,,, ,hn, ..,.., llft i,I1Pnt,M
, m'ost T,0 Mcel, of the ,h)nn(,H w
an lncreuso of ready ruultnl and with
tho cable this would come. It was Im
possible now for brokers to carry tho
largo orders from the Mainland, but
this Inconvenience would disappear
with tho completion of tho cable; then
capital could bo transferred nt onco
from the Mainland to Honolulu and
stocks, paying tho Inrgest dividends In
tho world given In exchange. This
meant good times and a boom In
Tho caso against McGettlgun, of the
Iroquois, charged with laret ny In tho
second degree, is on trial In tho Po
lice Court this afternoon. Should this
caso bo finished during tho afternoon,
Hill and Kerch, two bluejackets from
tho Iroquois, will be tried on the tame
About .'0 passengers aro booU-d horn
to lenvo In tho Coptle, wblih has 70
or 80 coming from the Ui tent.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All Hlr.es, all shapes. II. F,
Ps P; Ra t.i ra Pa r-a Pa rsi Pa Pa rc fca
PU In the Lcutl As Uunl. fln
fa Washington, April 13. Tho fcn
fc3 Evening Uulletln will npvcnr in fa
ta tho Congressional Directory In rj
fta Kb next edition and will bo tho to
P3 first newspaper of Hawaii to pa
Pa havo this distinction. lea
New Plumbing Company.
The stock of tho new I'lilll'ps Hava
llau Plumbing and Supply Co., Ltd., In
being very rapidly taken up and It in
anticipated that tho full $"0,0')0 will
be taken up In a few days. The sliairs
nro $20 par value nnd nro belm; taken
In small lots. The success of tho com
pany Is assured In vlow of tho larg
amount of plumbing to bs done In con
nection with tno lnstnllatioi of tbo
sewer system both In Honolulu end
A'iction fop Cluirlty.
Monled men nnd phllanthropls's
should not forget that tho auction nt
tho first wireless telegraphy messngo
will bo held on May day, next Tuesday.
Tho proposition ot Manager Cress ot
tho Inter-Island Telegraph Co. is to
turn over tho first messago taken
from the wireless system to the per
son making the highest Old. Thu mon
ey secured from this sale will bo giv
en to such charitable instlutlon
ns tho purchaser may elect.
Ilnndnomc lluwtiilnn Curs.
Thrco of the elegant now chair caru
built ut tho O. R. & L. Co.'s chops in
Honolulu formed part of tho special
train that carried the Philippine Com
mission party down country today.
Such flno specimens of Hawn'lan homo
manufacture In railway carriages must
havo strongly Impressed the eminent
folks with the advancement ot th-j arts
In these Islnnds.
Police Court Notes.
In the Pollco Court this forenoon
tho following cases wcro dUpowid ot:
Chong King, unlawful possession ot
opium, $50 and costs; Tong Sing, same
charge, nolle pros'd; Alex. Cralgr, a
sault and battery on J. KItfotalri.
Will Quit In a Body.
Although thero has been no further
trouble at Hccla plantation, word
comes from a good source that tLe
Japanese will quit tho place in a body
at tho end of tho mouth, when tboy
havo received their money.
Hob Appealed Hit Cane.
J. 11. Dins of tho American Consulate
hna appealed from the decision of
Judgo Wilcox yesterday, fining him
$75 and costs on tho chargo ot furloui
unit heedless driving.
PAY YOUR HILLS.
The Merchants Collection Agoncy,
No. 113 Kaahumanu street, has chargo
of all amounts duo tho PEOPLE'S
EXPRESS CO. prior to March .10th.
at which tlmo they changed hands.
Call at their ofllco and scttlo nt once.
All the ctfects from tho Uallhl camp
belonging to tho Government aro being
transferred to tho Drill Shed where
they will bo stored until tbt, time for
selling them at public miction has been
Fresh milch cows, nlso pigs and
chickens nt tho Stockyards auction
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
, Just opened by the..
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete witli good tits,
good style and gooJ wear.
If you cannot come In with your
children, senJ them In and they will re
ceive just the same care anJ attention,
nnd their feet will be just as carefully
fitt'd, as if you were with them.
We'll fit the foot if you'll foot the
bill, and promise you th.it both will be