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TIIK KVIWINO IMTI.I.KTIVt H()'()UM,t, It. , HATUItDAY, APHIL '28 11)00.
Henry H. Williams,
WITH THE CITY FURNITURE STORE.
ii i mi. i
Good Embalming a Specialty. A full stock
of the latest and best undertaking goods
and paraphernalia, including several Black
and White Hearses.
Office, 534 536 Fort St., Love Building.
TELEPHONE 810. JS1GHT BELL ON DOOR.
Residence 777 Port St., near Vineyard St. Telephone and Night Call. 840.
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Store and Office Fitting.
Pl.ni.nl Estimate Tumline!
1488 Hotel Street, near Beretanlr.
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Suite . Model Block. HONOLULUOAHU.H. I.
P. O. Box 70). Telephone 99
H. L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
:: PROGRESS BLOCK.
fieo W. Pit Tel. m
F. W. Beirdttee P. O. Box 7)8
BBARD8LEB & PAGE
Architects & Builders
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
at Short Notice. I44J
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
Qtioon rtnwt, Honolulu.
TeebooeeioS6.s P.O. Box t
Q, H. BERREY, : Manager.
MrDilUciiU Collections a Specialty.
Room 10, Spreckel Building,
Collections a specialty. Prompt re
mittances, no iee cnargea unless conec
Ion Is made. 1443
SALE OF LAND IN
Opportunity Is Riven to purchase In
Manoa Valley a beautiful situated prope'tv
containing all the necessary essentials for
ahomesteidand where healthful cllma'e
and picturesque scenery are In the midst
f historic surroundings and all In contact
with Improved grounds, planted with
various foreign fnllisas well as supplied
vrlth fruit trees Indigenous to Hawaii.
The acreage of 45.64 acres In fee simple
and jt.iG acres under long and favorable
Included In the Iniiroveinents on the
fee simple portion Is a roomy, modern
dwelling house furnished with sanitary
and other conveniences! there Is also sit
uated thereon a roomy carriage shed and
The celebrated Wnlakeakua IWaterof
the Gods) Palls Is In near proximity, and
the cool, clear, spaihllng water therefrom
lows through the grounds, supplying
ample opportunity foi Incrcifed Irrigation
to the acreage Already planted and which
It Mublt of considerable Improvement.
I'ot further Information apply lo.J,
Hoyd, Interior Department,
Htnolulu, Mirch jH, n, MV'tf
Markets and 'irocers.
fitBTKOPOLLTAN HEAT GO,
108 KING STREET.
G. J. tfALLEll, :
Wholesale aud Retail
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bs,
Butter, Cheese. 6-c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, Klne street.
Have boon sacrificed that you and I
might cat I be delicious Lewis' Own
Cure Hams and BroakfaH lUeon.
LEWIS & CO.,
Telephone 240. 1 1 1 Fort St.
Beer and Wine Dealers.
IMFOBTKKB, AMD WHOLESALE
rioG ai Lipr Dealers.
Af enta ror the Bottled Rainier Beer ol Seattle.
No. 19 NUUANO Stiikkt
Foiter Block, Honolulu, Hawaiian Isundi,
P. O. Box in, Mulu.l Telephone o.
GONSALVES & CO., Ltd
WHOLESALE GROCERS AN 1
225 Queen street, Honolulu, H,
)mkU Soda Water Co,, L'i
;irncr Allen & Fort Sti., Honolulu.
HO L LISTER & CO.,
The Ocean Yiew Cafe
W. Ottmin has opened the premises at
the end of the carllne Walklkl as an
UP-TO-DATE ICE CREAM PARLORS
TEA, and COFFEE, SANDWICHES
-SLIGHT REFRESHMENTS :-
served at all REASONABLE HOURS.
Private parlors and every convenience for
the comfort of vlsltors.l
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
To bo bud for the inonoy,
OIWINU OUT AM, OUH DOM WW
Beaver Lunch Rooms
II. J. NOLTU.
Tho Hrunln llulle-tln, 79 cvvti ytr
Friday, April 27.
C. Hedcmnnn, 12. 12. I'axton and P. C.
Smith, who lcturued from lluwnll to
day, bring accounts of conditions on
Oln.i plantation which aro cheering to
holders of Bharcu In that property.
All the way from 20,000 to 30,000
tons of sugar is estimated as the first
crop of Olan to bo harvested In 1001.
Thero Is 1300 acres of cano growing
beautifully, and TOO ncres Is ready for
planting, besides which between 2000
and 3000 ncres Is being rapidly prepar
ed. Grading for the mill site Ib progress
ing. Tho railway from llllo has work
ing trains running to within three
miles of the mill site, and wilt reach
that spot Insldo of thirty days. Part
of tho material and machinery for the
mill Is on hand.
An ample, supply of water for
Ilumlng tho enne to tho mill has de
veloped, which ensures n cheap solu
tion of tho transportation problem.
Prank 1). McStockcr has established n
high standing for himself as manager.
His successful solution of labor trou
bles has-been masterly, attracting tho
wondering admiration of experienced
plantation men. With an efficient corps
of overseers under him, Mr. McStock
cr lias proved himself equal to every
problem as It arose.
Prldny, April 27.
Uilnilna, Maul, April 2C. Tho
strike both at Lnhalua and Olowalu
has been amicably settled by and be
tween tho parties concerned. Manager
Alhborn of tho Pioneer Mill, Ia'nnlna,
has acceded to the demands of tho Ja
panese, and has paid about $1500 in set
tlement; 1500 to each of the families
of tho three Japanese who were acci
dentally killed by the falling of u pan
In tho mill some time ngo.
Tho caso of Hashimoto Helicon
against tho Olownlu Sugar Co. and A.
Hancbcrg, manager, has also been
amicably Bottled, Mr. Haneberg paying
about 11,000 to tho Japanese strikers
who have all gone back to work. This
caso which was continued from Inst
week was heard at I.ahnln.i courthotisa
before Circuit Judge W. Kalua at It
o'clock this morning.
On account of the prior settlement,
Mr. Hashimoto Sclken, the plaintiff,
did not nppcar In court, and so J ml go
Kalua decided in favor of defendant
appellant, and plulntllt to pay costs.
The contract of Hashimoto Sclltou has
been cancelled, that being one of the
conditions of the settlement.
Who Is that, sonny?"
"A stranger? Well, heave brick at
Tho Instinct which causes the major
ity of peoplo to regard newcomers moro
or less in tho light of Interlopers If)
not wholly confined to the Wild Went
"dlgglns," whero tho ubovo conversa
tion Is reported to have occurred. In
all small communities a "stranger" has
to contend against a certain feeling nf
resentment, hvery net, however well
Intcntloncd, seems to evoke a feeling
.of antagonism from tho old residents.
They regard witli suspicion each at
tempt on tho part of the alien to tako u
share In local matters, or even to be
chnrltnblo and hospitable. Now York
A $6,00 BOOK FOR ONLY $2,90
Miner's Standard Horse and Stock Book.
A 4svn ril At n -.! nf
etf cnoclojradle, ol
cor bone ownen. Title
bonk codUIdi mnj
vlu blo reclpei
and eduraUng horu-e
to bortre, cattle,
lure, Including tin
1 are of fruit trite, eta
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firaeri'book U tin
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w our iteclsl offer
rife, j.o, and we
Mlltfaitory, return li
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MAtiav Rjtnil Fn til vAlal Illitaital i.lir,..,.
luutlilf Ilia lowret urtcte ou boota. Wig, Yii
(an ttv Ku wciwr' AdJltM all ordm (It
TIIK WKHNKM CONI'ANV,
Mei.Hi m4 MeaafeitwHt, Akrtn, ObU,
Monday, April 2.1.
Tho troiibto nt Hseia plantation Fri
day afti'iiaou did nu: ce.iw with the
icclnrntlon by Dr. Howard that tho
npancso kicked by a lui:, In tho field
xn by no means 'jnahln to work. All
lay Saturday and Sunday the JnpantEO
vcic In a Rurly mood, alilinugh on the
otincr day nil, .vim the exception of
me shnnunliig fellow, f.'cnt to work.
On Sunday thero was moro time for
llscitsslon. Tho .lap men cnllod nn In
itgnntlun meeting In the camp. Dur
ng this meeting, one of tho Japanese,
.cat ed on n railing jf 0110 of tho Iimiikm,
'ell over backwards with the result of
1 broken urm, ense of concussion of lhj
nraln arid several bad bruises. U
iccms tho railway g.ivo way with h'.M.
The fellow remained unconsclotm a
'ouplc of hours and la now in a prcu
Early this morning the manager nr.d
imas found that the Japnticss had
Uiuck In a body, many claiming to be
anable to work on recount of illness.
A little later on, police ameers ar
rived nt Hecla from Kaneohe and pins
:d under arrest tho luni who assaultod
ho Jnpaneso Friday afternoon. The
Jnpancso nnd head men of tho pliut.i
tlon went over to tho Knncoho court
liouso where tho lima pleaded guilty 10
tho chorgo of assault and battery and
was fined $5 and costs. The shamming
Japanese was present In court, bo hav
ing been carried thero by his country
men. The fellow clnimid that he was
totally unable to walk.
The crowd from IIc!ia returned to
the plantation closo upon 12 o'clock
and again assumed a sullen mood.
Manager Dull placed himself lit com
munication with Mnrihal Drown who
Instructed the Japanese of the plant 1
tlon that if they .'cfurcd to go hack
to work, ho would taKe the whole ang
Tuesday, April 21.
As a New York telegram In yester
day's second coition stated, Edward
Pollltz was confident of the success 'jf
ais errand to the metropolis, which
was stated to be the listing of Hawa
iian securities on tho Exchange there.
A recent number of tho Wasp says In
effect that, among tho knowing, the
stock listing In question wns a minor
part of Mr. Pollltz's mission. The pa
per hinted that ho was engaged In a
largo deal, one that would most favor
ably affect the class of Investments he
12. C. Macfarlaue, of the Hawaiian
Stock Exchange, waB asked If ho had
knowledge of tuc naturo of the deal In
question, and answered:
"1 have received letters from Cali
fornia assuring me that Mr. Pollltz was
succeeding In Now York even boyonu
his expectations. Whilo I am not ad
vised of tho nature of any deal beyond
the listing operation, I am certain that
tho mission of Mr. Pollltz will bo of
very great advantage to Hawaiian se
curities. Mr. Pollitz has tho highest
financial connections In New York,
and, from what is nlready known, you
can say thero Is littlo doubt he has
Interested J. & W. Scllgman in Ha
waiian investments. It may bo de
pended upon, that whatever of our se
curities Mr. Pollltz gets listed on tho
New York market are those, which will
stand on their merits."
Tuesday, April 21.
John W. Winter's funeral took plnco
from his lata residence In King street
at 11 o'clock this morning. The pall
bearers wcro A. do Sou.t Cinavorro,
Captain Chrlstcnscn, Henry Vldn, W.
Porter Boyd, Henry PHuger, Clins.
Crcighton, William Woon, II. M. Whit
ney Jr. Tho late Mr. Winter lenves, In
theso Islands, besides hla wlfo nee
Krugcr and a young fnm'ly, Prank L.
Winter, brother, living nt llllo, Mrs.
E. It, Hendry, Mrs. Albert Horner nnd
Miss Allco Winter, slstcw, nnd, in tho
Stntes, William Winter, brother. Hl3
father's visit to Honolulu shortly be
fore his death a few ycrus ago will bo
remembered by many residents. "Jnck"
Winter will bo greatly mlsaed, both In
n wldo circle of fniwidn and In tho
arena of manly sports. Ho was ono of
the most enthusiastic supportors of tho
American national i;atm hern, having
been a strong player of ball In tho ama
teur period, and alnco lil:i :otlroiri.:nt
from the diamond an earnest patron, n
strictly fall- umpire and n keen crltle
among tho prominent "lilraclnirs."
Tuesday, Apt 11 21.
Elaventh of Juno races are not going
by dcrn lit. Last night tho annual
meeting of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club
was held at the Pacific Club, when n
committee was appointed to collect
funds for renowlng or renovating the
buildings nt Knplolanl park track. It
remains to bo decided liy the executive
committee whether a half day's prelude
to tho Derby will bo held on Saturday
the 9th of June. Olllccrs wcro elected
ns fo.iows: W, (1. mvln, president;
(1. P. Wilder, tieiiHiiror; D. P. It. Isen
berg, secretary; David Kawauaiinkoa,
C. J, McCarthy and C. 1 Crabbe, ex
Now York, April 10. IMwunl Pol
lltz nf Han Francisco Is In New York
jiiilcavoiliiK to secure, the listing by
the Stock Kxdiiingu of (lm mora Im
portant nllwtilhiu sugar stocks, Ho Is
it Ihn Waldorf-Astoria hotel, and In
dlm'iiHHlng his mission exprcaued him.
iclf ns being iiillu ronlldiiit Unit lm
would hiii.Toeil, Nn oxprraxlmi Is yet
jhlnlniihh) from Iho iiIIIcIiiIh of thn
Stork ExihiiiiKu who will ileal with the
matter, Tho value of (he Hawaiian
HlorkH In wii known Imrii, and at pres
ent II I mt antlclpiitiMl Hint tliore
w lm any very serious objection to
(III) Plllll, f Ml'. I'lllllU BIHTI'ClU IiIh
wiiiIi will piovn very vnimblu to ilia
ImihIiii IninriNlN of bolli Honolulu
nml Mai) piuniUri)
of the Week's News
h. fm r Km P r p P p r P P "
t In the Lend Ah UhiiiiI. TX ;
p r i
to Washington, April 1.1. Tho tM
rat Evening Uuiletln will appear In
lm the Congicsslonal Directory In
r Its next edition nnd will bo tho R
Pa first newspaper of Hnwnll to p
r have this distinction.
Pa pa r P p pjt p. r p ra r p "1
Monday, April 23.
Dr. Shaw In his report to Minister
Young elsewhere mentioned states that
Dr. Wnughop docs not say whether it
Is dairy or ran go stock that Is affected
on Kauai. If dairy the animals should
bo subjected to tho tuberculin test but
not moro than onco a year.
"Tho inspector should uso his own
discretion," the government vetcrln
rlan says, "In condensing slaughtered
animals. When the tuberculous les
ions are small In tho Intestines and
lungs tho meat Is not generally con
densed. All foreign cnttlo should bo
submitted to the tuberculin test on
arrival, same ns the port of Honolulu."
With regard to Dr. Elliot a report on
mules nt Olna, Dr. Shaw says: "Glan
ders cannot ho stamped out, as I con
sider that not less than 10 per cent of
the horses Imported have glanders In
their systems. Out of eighty horses
submitted to tho Mallefn test, twelve
of them gave tho required reaction In
temperature. Five of this number that
reacted were klllcd.nud on post mor
tem examination I found' tho lesions
"My report of December 31, 1899,
will show the Increased Importation
of horscH nnd mulo3 over that of 1897.
Out of twelve hors;s destroyed Inst
year only two of them had been here
over one year, showing that the dlscaso
Is not among our locnl stock, but In
thoso recently Imported. .
"Glanders resembles tuborculojl.i, In
that a horse may bo affected and still
llvo a natural life. Tho Septum Nasi
sent by Dr. Elliot shows unmlstalte
nble signs of glanders."
Slnco tho Into Dr. llrodle, the lrst
veterinary surgeon ever employed by
tho Hawaiian Government, stamped
out glanders In Honolulu fifteen years
ngo, by causing tho destruction of all
infected animals, there was exemption
from tho dlscaso In these islands until
recently. According to Dr. Shaw, tho
malign distemper cannot now ho eradi
cated. This makes a blue outlook for
raisers and owners of horses and
mules, not to mention the menace- to
human life from the known communl
cnblllty of the dlscaso to man.
Monday, April 23.
Following are In brief tho particu
lars of the Ilcrctanla street widening
cases set for a hearing In Circuit Court
I.lliuokalnnl by her agouti J. O. Car
ter, claimed 1G50, being at. the rate of
$2 a square foot. The commission
awarded her $620, being, 80 cents a
square foot. Bruce Cartwrlght, trustee,
Maud F. Plluger and Edith Morton by
their attorneys, Kinney, Halloa & Me
Clauahan, protested against tho Juris
diction on tho ground that the commis
sioners did not represent the United
States Government to which condem
nation would give tho title, Tho com
mission went ahead, howovcr, aud
awarded these plaintiffs S99S.S0, belrg
at tho rato of J1.10 a squuro foot. John
a. Cummins by his agent, J. O. Carter,
claimed S3G90, being nt tho rate of S3
a squaro foot. Tho commission nwanl
cu him $1353, or $1.10 a square foot.
P. S. Dodge, A. L. C. Atkinson and
George Mnnsou formed tho commin
slon. The Minister contends that, tho
statutory time for claimants to accept
their awards having clnpsed, tho fee
slmplo tttlo of tho land In question now
vests In tho Hawaiian Government,
J ml go Sllllmnn appointed Yco Yap
as temporary administrator of tho es
lato of I.cong Mun Dun, deceased Intes
tate. Uylo A. Dickey for petitioner;
W. A. Henshnll for creditors but not
Judge SUllinan on Saturday heard
argument In tho marl time collision
case of tho barkcutlno Win. Carson
against Wllder's steamer Clinullnc.
Paul Neumann for the Carsou:Kliiticy,
llallou & MeCliinnhaii for tho Claud
Inc. Tuesday, April 21.
One change was nviih In tin oilglual
list of pall bearers for James Camp
bell's funeral, tho gentlemen anting be
ing: Godfrey Drown, J. O. Carter, J.
M. Duwsctt, Hnmuel Parker, 1-3. S. Cun
ha and II. M. von Holt. A lino black
casket holding the body wad heaped
about with Dowers In Iho midst of the
parlors. Many friends of thn family as
sembled. lllshop Willis was assisted
In the Into rites by Hov. V. 11. Kltcat.
Accompanied' by Wray Taylor 011 lliu
piano, Miss K11I11111111111 Ward, Mlri-j von
Holt, O.'o, E, Smithies and Ernest Uohh
wing thu hymns, "Neanr My God to
Thee," and "Jesus Lover of My Soul,"
At Nuuaiiu cemetery ilm cijIcjI wiih
deposited In tho family valid.
Thursday, April 2fi.
Monlcd men and philiiithropUU
should not forget ihut Ilm auction fit
Ilia first wireless telegraphy mi'sungo
will bo held on May day, next 'luisdny.
The proposition of Maiuigor (!ri'i of
Ilm liilur-lNland Teh'Kruph l'1), in
111(11 over Iho rtt nit'song Ukou
from Iho wtif itin syati'iii to the- p7
son pinking Ilm lilithrat hid, I ho pion.
ey MTiirrd from thin salo w b ily.
en In iiirli rlmrlliihlu iiiilou
OK till' juirrba.Kr'r iitity Oil" t.
American Mrwunifer Srrct, M
eOlllc Trill'ltt, (ii, m.
Monday. April 12.
Jnines Campbell, the naed capitalist,
died nt his Hmma Mri-cl roslneneo on'
Saturday evening. Ho was n nailvo of
Londonderry. Ireland, and 74 years ot
-ir. Campholl had nn eventful career.
Ho arrived ot Iiliulna ns carpenter on
a whaleshlp In 1S32, nnd settled down
tncrc. Six or seven years later ho sus
tained tho loss of his first wife, a Euro
pean whom ho had married nt Lahalua.
From his late wlfo ho Inherited Borne
land, which, with his own accumula
tions, enabled him to start a sugar
plantation, wtilo power ran tho mill.
King Kamchnmeha V. f61lowed his cx
nmplc. his plantation eventually being
absorbed by Mr. Campbell's. In part
nership with Harry Turton, who died
n few years ago after having been many
years sheriff of Maul, Mr. Campbell
started the Pioneer plantation whose
stock has now .long heen gllt-cdgcd.
Mr. Campbell In 1S79 married a sec
ond time, his cholco being Miss Abigail
Mnlplneplno Bright, a part Hawaiian,
who survives him holding the unliersal
esteem of the community ns a leader in
works of benevolence. Four daughters
out of eight children of this union nrn
living, tho two eldest of whom aro be
ing educated In California. Tho two
younger ones returned with their
parents from the Mainland only n few
The dead capitalist leaves a : leb ea
ate. Besides tho Honoullull lands nn
.Ier lease to tho Ewa plantation com
pany nnd other extensive .agricultural
ind pastoral lands, ho owned a great
Jcnl of improved real estate In Hono- ,
lulu, nlso the St. James hotel at ton
Jose, Cal., nnd a large Intercn in tho
First American Bank of Hawaii. For
several years past ho had spent much
of his time In travel, while Ills busi
ness affairs were In the efficient hands
of Hon. Cecil Brown.
A Hcnsntlonnl episode In Mr. Camp
bell's career is still fresh in memory.
Tills was his being kidnapped by two
confidence men in San Pranciico, who,
having stunned him with a blow
In a 100m to which they bad lured
him, bore him away to a houfc. They
stole over $300 from his pockets and
detained him, handcuffed nnd chained
to n bed, without food or drink fortno
daj-3 while they tried to IntimlJato htm
Into signing an order for $211,000. When
the rulllans had first engaged him he
looked calmly into mo muzzle of a pis
tol 0110 ot them hel I nnd refused to
hold up his hands. Having failed to le
duco his courage by confinement end
threats, the men at tho end o' the time
mentioned let Mr. Campbell go. De
spite their warnings ot vengeance If he
should follow them up, he loat nn time
In putting the officers of JuMlce on
their track with the .-C3ult that Wln
throp, the leading desperado, Is now
serving sentence In San Q-i,;ntin for
Tho funeral of the lata James Camp
bell will tako place lrom the house in
Emma street at 3 o'clock this after
noon. Bishop Willis will conduct tho ser
vices, beginning at 2:45. Interment
will be In Nuunnu cemetery. Tho pall
bearers nre J. O. Carter, Godfrey
Brown, E. S. Ctinha, J. M. Dowsctt, Dr.
F. L. Miner nnd H. M. von Holt
Monday, April 23.
John W. Winter, known throughout
Honolulu as "Jack," died suddenly this
afternoon nt 1:05 o'clock at his resi
dence on King street. Among his
friends It Is known that Mr. Wlntur
hnd been ailing for several weeks. Last
Sunday nfternoow he nttended a party
at Harry Vlda's, and did not complain
of sickness during thu evening. His
wife states that he was awakened nt
1 o clock this morning by his loud snor
ing nnd that ho turned over nnd went
to sleep nt onco wnen she disturbed
him by blinking him by the shoulder.
She arose at tho usual time and when
breakfast was ready tried to awaken
her husband, but found him uncon
scious. Dr. Sinclair was Immediately sent for
and arrived at 8 o'clock. Ho at o'neo
pronounced It a atroke of apoplexy
and Dr. Cooper was called In consulta
tion. Mr. Winter never regained con
sciousness, however, nnd died early
In tho nfternoon us stated. Ho leaves
a wlfo and several small children. Ho
was 44 years of ago anil was born In
Galcsburg, Ills., whero ho resided many
years, aud until ho en mo to Hawtll
about twelve or thirteen years ngo.
For sovcrol ycaiB ho was with Wm. G.
Irwin & Co. and afterwards become
Identified with tho Ilolllster Drug Co.,
of which ho was secretary and book
keeper ut the time of his death. He
leaves nn estnto consisting of a Ufa In
surnnco policy of $5,000 and an iHtcrest
111 tho Ilolllster Drug Co. Tho time
of tho funeral will bo announced here
after. Wednesday, April 25,
At tho meeting of thu Executive
Council this morning letters from Mi.
Hnrtwcll at Washington dated March
30 mid April 12 were read.
Tho Minister of Finance, vah author
ized to pay $14G0 and $1200, respective
excesses for February nud March In
Tho Walunno Co, wiih prnntod nu
amendment of charter relative to dal)
of annual meeting,
A report from tho Hury.vor fHitru
was yeail, In regurd In wntor nv..hihle
011 Iho slopes between p.ilnln vulby nml
Kallhl, find it was decided In incisuiu
thu water 111 Ihn vnrloui sir, .1 is npoul
July, or during Iho dry seiwou,
Mr, VmiiiK naked iiuiatloiis jihout
thn salt) hn hud been uithtrlrrd to hold
of 1 (dels In hu Km'tutlvo InilldlriK.
It wiih decided Hint mif iirllclri of
fu nil til re, which hnida of dtpnrlintiila
iluaird not iei'anri lulxbl bo sold,
Mr Mnll'Hmllli will nmar n la v(
fiillrdM o lip ndr nut of m tmnrjluvi