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Tho Hawaiian Microscopical Society
held Its flrBt regular meeting, sine?
permanent organization, at tho Art
Leaguo rooms last Saturday evening.
Among those present were: Dr. Cooper,
E. C. Shorey, Dr. Garvin, Arthur John
etono, Brother Ilcrtrnm, Or. Cleveland,
Brother Louis, Dr. Sloggctt and sever
al Invited guests.
Sovcral slides of tho bacilli of lepro
sy, double stained so that tho bacilli
appeared red upon a blue background,
were exhibited by Dr. Bloggett nnd Mr.
Johnstone. The slides were taken
from material furnished by Dr. Camp,
which was procured from Molokal for
the bacteriological department. Tho
samo members also showed slides cut
from tho Intcsttno of a typhoid fever
patient, changing to which had been
found flvo species of diatoms known to
Inhabit tho waters of the Nuuanu reser
voirs. Tho material was furnished by
Dr. Garvin and tho examinations wcro
made to discover, If possible , tho
typhoid bacilli In the Intestinal ulcera
tions; this, however, failed, nnd the
presence of tho diatoms was discovered
The fcaturo of tho evening was the
reading of tho President's nnnttal ad
dress by Dr. Sloggett, who gavo a clear
explanation of the microscope and Its
uses. The theory of microscopical
vision was gono Into at somo length
and tho fact made apparent that tho
Instrument was one of the leading fac
tors of modern education and medical
science. As an Instrument of research
tho microscope, ho polnte- out, now oc
cupies a position second to none. Thcro
Is not a department of science In which
the student can hope to reach eminence
without familiarity with the Instru
ment. Botany nnd zoology have been
developed almost wholly by Its aid.
Medicine has iong acknowledged the
aid of tho microscope and by the most
skilled physicians it Is regarded as an
Indlapcnsablo means of diagnosis In
At tho close of tho audrcss, which
was lengthy, Dr. Cooper requested tho
President to read the paper before tho
next meeting of tho Medical Associa
tion nnd suggested that tho members of
tho Microscopical Society bo present
The next meeting will bo held early in
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ions who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in tne largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
tnt Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 90, 02 and 04 of
the loco Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
t road racer, weight so pound. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , ami
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The blcvde to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding laJI'S'
Models, should the winner of 1st prize r
nd Prize, 8lncr 8cwln Mo
The winner of this prize may choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. Tl.l
machine will be furnished tv B. Ben
ftcraen. sole agent for the. Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Cnmern,
4x5, with Outfit, $40.00.
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
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LeMun
yon Photo-8upply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the i.ut
est Improvement on thcGriinio-
phonc, with 0 Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Bcrgstrom
Muftlc Co.. sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
must be observed :
1. All subsctlptlons must be prepaid at
Itast three months In advance.
a, 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.
1. Subscriptions should be sent In as
. .. umrrd. together wth the name
and address of the person to whom the
lubscrlptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
Subscription Rates: 8.oo per ye,
i.co for three months-.strlctly In advance.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sUes, all shapes. H. 8".
STRIKERS ARE SATISFIED
Kihel Agitators Mb a Failure o(
Hijorlty ef tbe Hen Rtturo lo Work Few
Hatcontents H.ld Oat But Have a
Very Small Following.
As Indicated by tho Bulletin's ex
cluslvo stoiy ot Thursday, tho Klhcl
strike hnB been the all absorbing topic
for Maul tho past weeek.
Tho Bulletin's Walluku correspon
dent writing under dato of May 3, de
tails the origin of tho strlko as already
given In this paper, and the efforts
mado to bring tho COO malcontents to
their senses. When the llrBt batch of
strikers appeared before Judge Robert
son all pleaded not guilty nnd every
ono of tho twenty-live Japancso mado
a statement, claiming that when Mr.
Poguo found them lato at work that
morning, ho ordered nil of them to go
home for tho day, which of course Mr.
I'oguo denounces as a willful fabrica
tion. The Court could not bclievo their
oldo of the story and lined each S3 nnd
at tho samo tlmo ordered all to return
to work. When asked, all stated with
ono accord that they would rather go to
jail than back to Klhcl.
'Iho order of tho Court was that
tho men bo Imprisoned nt hard labor
until they should bo willing to return
to work, nnd that tho cost of S3 bd paid
by tho plantation to- bo taken out ot
their wages when they return to work.
After being assured that they will not
havo to pay for their meals In Jail, but
only work without pay, they all went
On Wednesday evening a batch ot
112 wero tried. At first they all pcad
cd not guilty but ono ot tho men who
had more spunk and moral courago
than tho rest for It might bo a
matter of life and death to him at tho
moment pleaded guilty. All of tho
rest followed In bis footsteps until
only about four were left who pleaded
not guilty. All thoso who pleaded guil
ty wcro lined only $2, that is $1 each
man for the one warrant Issued tor tho
112, nnd $1 judgment, making over
$200, tho Court remitting tho cost of
feeding them at tho rate of about twen
ty cents each man per day of two
On Friday morning another batch ot
100 wero tried and all but three plead
ed guilty, and were likewise fined tho
regulation $2. Another batch of 100,
tho last ot tho .00, were tried on Friday
afternoon and about twenty pleaded
not guilty, while tho, rest pleaded guil
ty and showed their' willingness to re
turn to work at Kthel where they will
get their regular three meals n day
which they greatly missed by being In
Walluku the last three days on an un
Magistrate Robertson has been hear
ing these cases night nnd day since last
Monday evening and iuO courthouses
has been crowded with Japancso and
other nationalities during tho progress
of each trial. Mr. Lennox, ot Spreck
elsviile, acted as Interpreter during tho
entire trial. Tho Japancso during their
brief stay in Walluku under pollco sur
veillance, havo been very quiet, oven
under circumstances that would havo
led others to do otherwise. For In
stance, the batch that etime to trial
on Wednesday night state that they
had had only ono meal tiint day and
that In tho morning. Sheriff Baldwin
on behalf ot tho government replied
that food was sent to them that even
ing ..cforc being brought to trial, but
that they had preferred to go Into
secret session prior to coming to tho
courthouse, nnd tlrtis their meals wcro
not touched. After trial the men wcw
fed nnd all becamo contented and hap
py and promised to bo at Klhcl on Fri
day morning. Tho Japancso women
havo nlso como from Kthel to watch
tho trial of their husbands nnd It is
no uncommon sight for n Japancso
lady nttlrcd n la European fnshlon to
appear In tho courthouso and eyeing
nround tho room to llnu her lover In
tho dock. Mr. Yokokawa believes that
tho Japancso have acted very unwisely
In their present strlko as their grievance
was of too trifling a nature to justify
their present attitude.
Physician nt Ewn.
Dr. C. A. Davis, who has been a call
physician during tho epidemic and was
formerly a well known practitioner
In California, has been appointed ns
physician for tho Ewa plantation and
will go to his now post tomorrow.
For flno full dress shirts at $1.00 each
L. B. Kerr & Co., Queen strpet. These
shirts aro strictly high grade as to IT
and quality. "
HONOLULU t SCHOOL
Day and Night Cusses
ROOM ii-i, Jfl Floor 9 A, . 4 f. M
IIOURt I 7:io-4:)0 P. M
NAMU SUGAR COMPANY
Favorable Reports of Affairs Are Snt
mitted to Stockholders.
Special Heeling Wllbout Qjorura - Directors Re
gret Any Necessity of DcllcqutM Sleek-,
holders Losing Tbelr holdings.
A special meeting of Nahlku Sugar
Co. was held at tho Chamber of Com
merco rooms this morning. '1 here wna
not a quorum present, but tho reports
In- printed form wero u.stributcu and
affairs discussed. The olllccrs except
ing two directors wcro In attendance,
viz.: J. B. Castle, president; Jas. F.
morgan, vice president; J. 1'. Cooke,
treasurer; Harry Armltagc, secretary;
H. C. Austin, nu-.tor,
A. Hocklug, manager, In his report
and answering questions at tho meet-
lug, gavo Information of work dono und
intended. Tho first crop, for harvest-
Ing tho first ot U02, will consist of
about 600 acres planted by tho com-
pany and 100 by outstdo planters.
Buildings provided lncludo laborers
quarters for 400 people, Btables for
stnbllng C4 animals, cottages for lunas,
workshops, etc. A ditch lino live miles
long mis been laid out to bring wntcr
from gulches at 1S00 feet elevation.
Thcro will be ample water for llumlng,
also Irrigation It necessary. It Is not
believed that Irrigation will bo requir
ed, or, If at nil, for moro than 200
acres of the lower lands.
The treasurer reported operating ex
penses for the eight months of tho com
pany's existence In 1899 as $27,742.78.
Tho resources amounting to $89,209.10,
Including $25,90G.35 In freehold land,
I10.1C3.44 In buildings and $27,742.78 In
Tho president goes Into details. Ho
considers that Nahlku offers, upon a
small scale, all the advantages expect
ed at Olaa upon tho virgin soils of Ko
aau as well as tho lower altitudes ot
Olaa. "In fact," ho says, "coming ns I
had directly from an examination of
tho latter fields, I was forcibly Impress
ed with tho similarity ot conditions,
and there seems to bo no ndequato rea
son why wo should not produco and
market our sugar crop from Nahlku for
as low a cost as any plantation of simi
lar general conditions."
Mr. Castle estimates tho total expen
ses, up to January 1, 1902, at $585,000.
This Includes n new mill at $300,000,
but tho directors aro considering an
alternative of getting a mill from
Sprcckclsvllle, which would rcduco tho
estimate by $100,000. There would bo
a surplus of $10,000 on tho first crop
of 3,000 tons at $C0, taking tho larger
cstlmato of expenditure, being 5 per
cent on tho capital stock, or 7 per cent
on tho amount paid In. A correspond
ingly larger result would accruo If, as Ic
probablo, the factory will cost no more
than $200,000. To bring affairs up
to this stago will require assessments
up to 85 per cent. Tho entire area of
land south of tho gulches affording wa
ter resources Is over 2500 acres, and
will suffice for tho plantation's nccdB
for several years to maintain a 5000 or
COOO ton product. Within thrco or
four miles to the north ot theso gulches
tho manager estimates a total ot not
less than 3000 acres of flno tnblo and
gcntlo sloping lands, which enn find
no practicable or profllaulo outlet ex
cept In cano cultivation for Nahlku
Tho president stutcs that tho assess
ments necessary for tho full develop
ment of tho plantation will not be call
ed for on short notice, nor probably In
larger Instalments than herctaforo for a
year or moro and tho satisfaction felt
by tho directors nnd ngents lead them
to specially regret tho necessity of any
ot tho stockholders being compelled to
lose their holdings by Salo of delin
quent stock. Others, In our opinion,
will bo bound to reap tho benefits for
which tho present holders will have
borno tho first burden and heat ot the
About one-third of tho stock Is de
linquent on tho second, nnd two-thirds
on tho third assessment.
Wont Deed Cancelled.
Sarah Swlnton has brought suit
against Frlscllla E. Hasslngcr, Henrie
tta E. Boss and Annlo Turton to have
n deed of land on Beretanla street de
clared null nnd void nnd to havo tho
Walluku. May 3. Judgo W. A. M&
Kay returned last Saturday from Na
hlku where ho had been engaged tho
last four or flvo months building tho
now government road from liana to
BBRQSTROM HXTSIO CO.
6. A, DAVIS ACTING JUDGE
Judge Stanley Opens May Term First
Geo. HougbtalliDg Pleads Guilty - Several De
fendants Released - Pitas Deferred a Uur-derCasa-NttlTe
Geo. A. Davis took tho oath of ofllco
us Acting First Judgo ot tho Circuit
Court of tho First Circuit, before Jus
tice Whiting of the Supreme Court this
juugu Davis has been In this conn
.ry six ycaiB and for downright sterling
.lualltlcs and Integrity no attorney Ii
better known. Ho has tried on this
and tbo other Islands, soma of'tho most
ccieurateu cases that havo como up
during that time. Ho Is n graduate ot
the Boston University, Law School, L
L.B., ot the class of '70. Justlco Whit-
tng was a member of tho same class.
Ho practiced first In St. John, New
urunswlck, whole ho was Alderman in
1885, 1887, 1890 nud 1891, ns well as a
member ot tho Municipal Council In
Judgo Stanley presided at tho opcn
Ing of tho May term ot the Firs tClr
cult this morning. Tho calendar was
called. Judgo Davis sat on tho bench
with Judge Stanley.
Gcorgo Houghtnlllng pleaded guilty
to liquor selling without a license nad
sentenco was suspended to November
llnllele, larceny second degree, was
released on nollo prosequi.
Kit, malicious burning third degree,
Attorney Genera! declines to present
Indictment, nnd defendant Is discharg
ed. John Antonc, forgery ot school teach
er's salary draft; discharged same ni
Geo. Cavnnagh, perjury, nollo prose
qui. Susan Ivolllct, disorderly person, hav
Ing taken French leave had her caso
struck oft tho calendar.
Charles Downing, murder second de
gree, will plead to Indictment later, ns
will William Ester, murder first do
grcc, on Friday.
Kalunn, burglary first degree, will
bo trlcdj-H' a natlvo Jury this after
noon. WATER AT MAUNALBI.
A letter from Engineer Lowell to
Manager Stodart ot tho Maunnlcl plan
tation received by tho Maul mall states
that tho new Rlsdon pump started up
Saturday at full speed. The letter toys
the pump ran as high as 70 revolutions
and the water was not lowered In tho
wells. This shows that tho supply uf
water Is ample, as at this rato the pump
was drawing from tho six wells con
nected at tho rato of 6,000,000 gallons
ROAD MATTERS TODAY.
S. II. Mnhuka's appointment as Dis
trict Maglstrnto ot South Kohala, Ha
waii, by President Dolo was approved
by tho Executive Council today.
Minister loung read n letter from th
Bishop Estate dated May 5, granting
rights ot wny through lands belonging
to the Esatc, upon certain conditions,
for tho new road nt Knkaako. It was
voted that tho Minister ot tho Interior
bo authorized to accept this proposition
nnd to appoint a road Jury nud negoti
ate with tho other property owners for
tho construction of sold road.
A letter was nlso read from tho
Bishop Estate, accepting tho proposi
tion of the Minister of tho Interior in
regard to tho widening of Richard
street, and It was voted that this be
Mrs. Mnrla Knlncikce, widow of S.
H. Knlamakcc, Wulalua, petitions to-.-letters
of administration to herself on
her lato liusbaud'R cstato valued nt
Gcnt'u HciniKduif do black box su
perior quality, two pnlrs for 25 cents,
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ono week only; don't fall to boo thcm.M
Thcro wcro 74 cases on tho Pollco
Court calendar this forenoon. Ot
these thcro wero 3G cases ot drunken
ness. Manu was given ono month's Im
prisonment on tho rhnrgo ot assault
and battery on Pillaioha.
Frank E. Thompson, a native ot
Duluth, Minn., aged 25 years, a grad
uato of tho Chicago Law School and a
resident last of Chicago, III.; has been
admitted to tho practlco of law In Ha -
wall. His personal recommendation
from Hon, Paul Neumann.
LOWER ROAD 18 FAVORtl
Diamond Head Boulevard
Question of the Hour.
Prompt Construction Urged -Opportunity for
the Bisbop Estate Guvernruit Prop
erty Alio Opt Did Up.
Tho Interest which has been exhibit
ed In tho proposal to open up a mat.
around Diamond Head, to connect with
the Wnlalao road, has become general
and, as there has been some dltTerciui
of opinion on tho rodto to be selected,
the following gentlemen Interested In
tno matter have been asked to brlnly
express an opinion. Thcro Is no dirt jr
ence of opinion as to tho necessity nud
utility ot tho road, but as two roiitot
havo presented themselves thcro hat
arisen somo discussion thereon.
Mr. L. A. Thurston said: "I am
thoroughly In favor of tho road becaust
wo havo reached n point In the uevi-l-opment
of the city where wnter front
property Is unavailable elsewhere
than beyond Diamond Head Thl '-p-ccssltatcs
a road around tho Head. At
to whether tno new road should be lo
cated on tho beach or be a prolonga
tion of tho road which runs past thr
light house Is a question. I am In fu
vor of tho upper road, for two reasons.
Thcro will havo to bo moro cuttlni-
along tho beach at tho base of, thu
bluff In order to get a permanent road
way secured. It tho road bo built on
tho beach, where It Is now, tho first
heavy kona will wash it all away. Tin
road to bo safe would have to bo bull
at an elevation of nt least eight feet.
Again, tho upper road will cost no more
nnd probably less than the lower, line
will have a lino sea view throughout
tho cntlro length. Therefore, I favoi
tho upper route."
Mr. A. W. Carter said: "We sent In
a petition for a road around Dlamomi
Head along tho beach. Tho mattci
was brought up In tho Council of
State and Minister Young expressed hli
approval of the route selected, but
stated he did not consider that tho.
amount nsked was sufllclent to con
struct the road as fur as Walalae; mm
ho therefore recommended that tin
amount ot $15,000 Instead of $5,000 he
appropriated, this sum win umiouiit
edly bo needed to construct tho new
road all the way to Walulac. The nidln
road to bo built will bo about thrc
or four miles long and will meet the
Walalao road recently constructed liy
Mr. Paul Isenberg. Tho new road v.-ll.
open up u considerable tract of Gov
ernment land, which will bo available
as building property as soon as watoi
Is laid on. In addition to this them It
a large tract ot tho Bishop Estato land
which tho trustees hopo to make avail
able. This is now about the only l.-ind
left near tho city which has n wldo
white sand beach frontngo nnd goo;
Mr. A. V. Gear Bald: "Tho Miniate?
of the Interior promised In the Chapi
bcr 01 Commerce that ns soon us lumlf
wero available he would start upon tin
construction of tho road nround Dla
maud Head. Tho routo was selected bj
Minister Young nnd tho Bond Super
visor, who drovo over a portion of the
present road accompanied by Mr. Isen
berg, Mr. .Dodge, Mr.. Alfred Carter
and myself. I understand this roat
will run over Government property in
to Kaalawal, whero It will branch to
Walalao nnd pass through prlva'c
property. I nlso understand that thr
hulk of this prlvato property belongs
to tho Bishop Estate, and I bellovo It
would bo a public spirited nctlon If
tho Bishop Estato would locate the
road through their property nnd along
tho sea bench.' '
Hypnotic Expcr inent.
It was neither accident nor riot that
collected hundreds of peoplo In froni
of tho Pacific Cyclo Co.'s store, Fort
3trcot, Saturday afternoon. Tho nttrnc
tlon was n hypnotic oxhlbitlon In the
window ot tho store. J. I. McLaughlun
was tho hypnotist, assisted by Mr
Cowan. Two men wero put to sleep
beautifully, nnd while under the
strango Influence wero handled like
automatons or sticks as desired. Ex
periments wcro ulso performed on
fowls. Tho seance Is tho latest adver
tising device Imported from tho big
cities, and repetitions aro promised for
future Saturday afternoons.
Art Lcnuue iMuMlciile,
Thcro was a meeting ot tho musical
circle of tho Kllohana Art Leaguo on
Saturday morning for tho purposo of
1 taking preliminary steps toward n mu-
Is.sicnio to uo given in Juno.
Tho Art Leaguo will without doubt
keep up Its reputation for nrat class
entertainments, nnd tho members and
ft lends may look forward with pleasure
to the muslcnlo In tho near future
Daly Made a lilt.
That tho boys at tho N. O. H, camp
ttfo In tho drill shed Saturday night
went homo with their palatCB porfi-etly
satisfied, Is duo to Dick Daly, tho man
who made all tho tempting dishes. The
spread was looked upon ns ono of 'he
very best that hns over been served on
any occasion ot the kind In Honolulu.
H- ii it it ii- ; it ii H i
Wliot Mr. Humphreys Said. 9
V- Clarcnco M. White, whoAfook.-AJ
t Ibsue with A. S. HiimnhAva nt H
t tho Friday evening discussion of it
't party allegiance, states that Mr.
t Humphreys did not say, as assort- &
t cd by the Advertiser, "If they (tho it
't Party nominees) aro corrupt wo it
should still voto for them." it
't "Mr. Humphreys did not utter a
it single word that could bo noncstly
it Interpreted to mean whnt has X
it been put In his mouth," Bays Mr. it
r vime. "Ho did forcefully sup- ,t
i port tho proposition of demanding it
i that thoso who take part In tho it
' organization Bhould glvo unheal- X
t tntlng allegiance to the nominees ;"
't of tho Party. To support his post- it
t tlon he quoted from the call Is- it
r-sued by tho Itcpubllcans of Call- it
If fornla, which requires that voters '.'
't taking pnrt In tho primaries shall iV
.' support the men elected by tho it
't majority vote. Mr. Humphreys
't said It stood to reason, tho men it
V- put forward by tho party would it
't not be corrupt." it
!t it it it it it iH it it it ii it it it it it it it it
rilll JAPANESE PROCURERS.
Tho police aro having great trouble
'n tho matter of serving warrants on
nio Japancso procurers, charged with
vagrancy. As suggested m tno Build
.In tho men navo become acquainted
vlth tho fnct that the police aro after
hem nnd have removed to parts un
known. Up to date only fifteen Japancso havo
lecn captured. Police officers spent all
lay Sunday hunting for tho remaining
.ncn and only succeeded In capturing
It is thought by people who nro In
terested In tho deportation of tho Ja
panese that not many of tho men will
oo convicted ns tho witnesses, nt first
willing to glvo testimony, have becomo
ery reticent nnd nro not giving out
:ho necessary Information.
At the Orplieum.
Tonight sees an cntlro chango ot
irogrnm at tho Orphcum. Thcro wllt
bo presented a musical comcdletM'"
Winifred's Husbnnd" written by Er
nest Hogan. It Is said to bo unusu-
illy amusing and full of catchy music,
tongs and dances. An unusually good
'louse Is expected tonight on account
f tho Incoming Island steamers. "There
zs several new features In tho olio
art ot tho entertainment Ono novel
v In particular hc made a big sensa
tion In tho States but Is yet new to
Honolulu, that ot Illustrating a tcplcal
lallad with stercoptlcon pictures. The
lecond scries of shadowgraph, life slzo
-'HI bo put on. Dodson and Miss Moss
will sing and Baby Ruth repeat her last
Caso after caso In tho Pollco Court
'his morning was put over by Judgo
Wilcox nt the request of attorneys
A-ltli cases In tho Circuit Court. Ono
if these, gentlemen began to tell Judgo
Vllcox ot tho numerous cases hu had In
.10 Circuit nnd tho necessity for his
iresenco there nt 10 o'clock, but ho
vas stopped In full curccr and told that
ho remedy for this was to refrain from
nklng so many cases.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
'Wo will hold n reduction salo In
very line, commencing from Mny 5th,
IQ00. Call In nnd Judgo for yourself:
wnkinnl. Hotel street.
A LARGE SHIPMENT ( F
, Just opened by the.,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with good flU,
good style and good wear.
If you cannot come In with your
children, send them In and they will re
ceive ji st the ame care and attention
-ind their ett will be just at arefullv
fitted, as If you were with them.
We'll fit the foot If you'll fool ths
bill, an J promise you that both will ba
l flkj0i2f -wshI''1'V