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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. VIII. No. 1533
HONOLULU, n. I.. WEDNESDAY. MAY 10, 1900.
PkIOB 5 Ol'KTB.
FOR JUNE 11 RACES
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THE HOSPITAL NOT RUINED
Its Building and Grounds Were Not Dr,
RELICS CLAIMS ALLOWEDl'
At a meeting of tho cxecutlvo com
mltco of tho Hawaiian Jockey Club at
tho Pacific Club Inst evening, tho fol
lowing were present: V. II. Cornwall,
D. P. It. Isenbcrg, G. P. Wilder, C. J.
. McCarthy and Clarenco Crabbe. It
was decided to hnvo racing on tho af
ternoon of Juno 9 and again on Juno
11. Tho following program, subject to
change, was decided on:
FHIST DAY JUNE 9T1I.
1. llulf-mllc dash, for maidens.
2. Half-mile dash, frco for all.
3. Five furlongs dabh, Hawaiian
4. One-mile, trotting nnd pacing,
Viiree mlnuto class, best two heals
out of three.
Ik 6. Seven furlongs dash, free for ill.
" f. One-mile, running, frco for nil.
SECOND DAY JUNE 11TH.
1. Half-mllo dash, free for nil;
Union Feed Company's cup.
2. Ono mile, trotting and pacing;
2:30 class; best two heats out of three.
.1. Five furlongs dash, maidens.
4. Six furlongs dash; Hawaiian bred.
G. Ono mile, trotting nnd pacing;
frco for nil; best two heats out of
C. Six furlongs dash, frco for nil.
7. Ono mllo dash, trotting or pacing;
special gentleman's race, owners to
drive (entries closed.)
8. Ono mile, running; free for all;
Ilosctta challenge cup.
9. Ono mile, running; Hawaiian
10. One nnd a quarter miles, ninnlng;
freo for all; Criterion cup.
11. Ono mllo consolation raco for nil
running horses which hnvo competed
unsuccessfully at tho meeting.
Tho entries In tho gentleman's raco
aro Messrs. Ucorgo Carter, S. Q. Wil
der, A. W. Carter, J. A. Oilman and
A. E. Nichols.
Tho matter of purses will be decided
on Inter. A blcyclo raco was talked
about but rather discouraged. C, J.
McCarthy has offered a bicycle as a
prlzo provided there are sufficient en
tries to guarantee a good race.
It was decided to erect tho Judges'
I stand on the samo sldo of the track as
, the Jockey Club stand.
Certificates tor Burial.
Carrlo Spencer, part Hawaiian fo
oale, 8 months, gastro-cnterttls, Ka
Manuel Jardin, Portuguese male, 3
weeks, Inanition, Alnpal street.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
" July 31st, shall send in the largest
number of new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
1t Prize Cleveland Bicycle, $70.
The winner of the ist prize Is it liberty
to choose between models 90, 02 and 04 of
the-1000 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt ?a 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
2nd Prize, 8lnfter Sewing Ma
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. This
1 machine will be furnished by B. Bcr
I gersen, sole agent for the Hawaiian
8rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
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 Photo
Supply Co., sole agents.
4th Prize, a Zonophone, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
phone, with O Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Berfistrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The following conditions of the contest
ust be observed :
1, All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least 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
toon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
ubscrlptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should Iv 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.
I Subscription Rates: 8.oo per year,
l2.oo for three months; strictly In advance.
Rooke's to Bequeath.
The Queen's Hospital Owns Its Buildings and
Site With Valuable Adjoining Lands on
Tim Oueen'a hosnltnl Is not so utterly
cast down by tho ltooko decision as
erroneous statements Imvo given tho
In tho first plnco, tho hospital build
ing and grounds aro not affected by tho
decision. They were not in Queen
Emmn's inheritance from Dr. T. C. I).
Hooke, who, by tho way, was her step
father nnd not her husband. The Im
mediate building site was set apart by
Kameharaeha 1V tho husband of
Queen Emma and by whom sho had her
rcgnl title, for hospital purposes. Tho
land adjoining on tho KInnu street
sldo Is Crown land held under a 100
year lcaso with ubout CO years to run.
That beautiful area within tho hospital
enclosuro, at Ueretanln ond Punchbowl
streets, was leased for 99 years from
Hon. C. It. Bishop only four or five
Of course, tho hospital sustains a
serious loss of revenuo by tho pnsslng
out of the hands of tho Trustees of the
valuable properties awarded to Colonel
C. K. C. Itooke, the nephew nnd heir
of tho Into Dr. Itooke. These comprise
tho so-called French hotel premises
containing Wright's carriago works,
tho valuablo Queen Emma homestead
at Nuuanu and Deretnnla streets, the
Ntninnu. valley property and some
holding or holdings in South street.
Yet hitherto these properties, owing to
tho known cloud of title, havo been
less profitablo than might otherwise
havo been tho case. It was Impossible,
or at least Inexpedient, to obtain leases
therefor. Thero wcro heavy expenses,
moreover, In keeping up tho proper
ties. Had tho Trustees not renovated
tho Queen Emma residence. It would
long ago havo fallen to pieces.
Dr. Rooko has, in the opinion of ex
perts, really benefitted by tho fifteen
years of delay, slnco Queen Emma's
death, In coming Into his own. Until
quite recently tho properties Inherited
by him would havo commanded notn
lng llko tho values, either for purchaso
or leaso, which they aro bound to do
now and hereafter In tho expansive
ncrlod Just entered by Honolulu,
Cheap leases aro falling In, Just ns ho
obtains possession of tho holdings they
cover. By tho samo reasoning, tnc
Queen's hospltnl is n heavy loser In
what until now had been larger pros
pective revenues, yet at tho samo time
so much tho richer in tho Increasing
values of city property for thoso por
tions of Queen Emma's Estnto which It
At tho Orpheum.
"A Country Coon" Is beginning to go
very smoothly now, thero being n
marked improvement last night over
tho first night's performance. Hogan
gives a happy Interpretation of tho
tltlo rolo nnd Is well aided by tho ef
forts of his company. Asldo from the
ladles who are all well chosen for their
parts, Logan ns tho Chinaman and
l.lvers as Crapsy both do excellently,
tho other Logan, who plays tho heavy
"Trayspot" was more at homo last
night nnd will doubtless do full credit
to tho part beforo tho close or tno wcck,
Thero aro ninny commcndablo features
In "A Country Coon" asldo from tho
dramatic and musical merits of tho
piece. Tho scenic effects aro well con
ceived and put on, whllo tho costuming
Is most effectlyo and would bo credl
tnlilo to any first class company
Hov. W. M. Klncald lectured beforo
tho Trlanglo Club nt Y. M. C. A. hall
last night on "Corruption in Munici
palities." Ho held that representative
government In tho United States is
raoro'or less a failure. "An eminent
authority," whoso Identity ho later
divulged as Albert Shaw, had said
"that thero aro no cities on tho earth
outside of Turkey and China that are
so poorly governed as our great Amor
lean cities." Tho motlvo of tho lecturo
developed as bolng a warning to Hono
lulu to begin right with municipal gov
ernment expected soon to bo establish
ed. Ed. Towbo, Dr. Rodgers, H. E.
Coleman and others discussed tho sub
ject nt tho conclusion of tho lecture.
Will Soper presided.
For fino full dress shirts at 11.00 each
Li. D. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts nro strictly high grado ns to r
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
Day and Night classes
Rooms 11-u, jM rioor f 9 a, m. 4 p. m
Hours I tho w P. M
Owing to tho largo labor which
would bo connected with removing all
tho furnlturo and other articles from
tho Drill Shed and replacing them
again after tho Democratic mass meet
ing this evening, tho management de
cided yesterday afternoon to hold tho
meeting in Progress Ilnll at tho corner
of Port and Ucrctanla streets. Tho use
of tho hall was given by Mr. Dcsky,
who, Dr. McGrcw 3ays, Is ono of tho
best Republicans In tho Territory and
ought to bo a Democrat. Win. II. Mar-
shall, who Jias been accused of having
a slato In his pocket, denies tho chargo
nnd says that tho most ho will do will
bo to make n fow Jcffcrsonlan remarks
during tho evening. The object of the
meeting, ns stated by Dr. McQrow, will
bo to get acquainted and form a pre
Wnnts New Pulr Pants,
Daniel Cohen, a seaman nboard tho
bark Ceylon, Is out after a now pair of
pants and ho wants them from Captain
Colly of tho C. D. Brynnt.
Cohen made a complaint at the po
lice station this morning to the effect
that, while walking across tho deck
of tho C. D. Bryant last evening to got
to tho Ceylon, moored alongside, the
dog of tho former vessel took a pleco
out of his trousers. Ills dcslro was to
got n warrant out for Captain Colly
but, ns tho dog was on tho Uyrnnt and
not roaming abroad, Marshal Drown
could do nothing. Ho advised tho fel
low to state tho caso to his captain nnd
try to get him to fix It up.
HOW SALARIES WILL BE PAID
The question having arisen nB to pro
visions for tho offices of Territorial
Treasurer, Superintendent of Public
Works, nnd Superintendent of Public
Instruction under tho Territory, In
quiries wcro mado of dlttcrcnt mem
bers of tho Exccutlvo regarding the
matter. Who will appoint and how
will tho salaries of tho new offices be
authorized? were some of the questions
nsked. Would It be necessary to call
a special session of the Legislature and
would this likely be tho policy of the
new Government? President Dole,
when first spoken to, said that ho could
not answer any questions as to the fu
ture Government, as ho did not yet
known that ho would bo tho Territorial
Governor. Nothing ofilcial was known
about appointments nnd it would be
premature to express an opinion before
something delinlto was received.
Minister Mott-Smlth said he had
been so busy that ho had not hnd time
to glvo the questions raised any
thought. In fact tho questions had not
presented themselves; when they
camo up they could bo considered and
ho had no doubt they would be. Ills
present opinion was that Section G2
of tho Territorial Bill covered tho caso
nnd allows tho President to pay tho
salaries of tho new officers; tho Gov
ernor would appoint them.
Minister Cooper was absent ut Ewa
nnd could not be seen. Minister Da
mon said that tho new Governor was
tho mnn to answer tho questions and
that ho referred tho matter to him.
President Dole said he had given somo
thought to tho subject. Thero was a
provision In tho Territorial Bill giving
tho President of tho United States au
thority to direct tho expending of mon
ey for necessary purposes of govern
ment until tho Territorial Legislature
could mnko other provision. Ho pre
sumed that salaries would be payablo
under such authorization.
Rescue Home Movement,
Those In charge of tho Itcscuo Home
movement met In tho parlors of Cen
tral Union church this forenoon nnd
thero talked over various localities
that hnvo been looked up as suitable
for tho purpose. A decision will very
likely bo reached at n meeting to bo
held in tho same place nt 3 o'clock
Monday afternoon next. Everyone In
terested In tho matter are urged to be
present nt this meeting ns it Is earn
estly hoped that tho movement will
bo represented by ns largo a number of
the peoplo of tho city as possible.
There nro several women to bo tak
en caro of Immediately and these will
bo provided with tompornry quartets
until permanent ones enn bo secured.
To Bwn to Prosecute.
Deputy Marshal Chilllngworth wont
down the road to Ewa on tho morning
rested for beating ono of their number
on tho plantation n few nights
Ho will return this afternoon.
Capt. John Snss returned from Ka
uai in tho Kcnuhou this morning.
BESEGJ-STOiM iMTJSIO CO,
BALLENTYNE AT SEATTLE
Thanks Business Hen for Opposing
Opportunities for Trade Between Hawaii and
the Sound-Say, Hawaii Will Patronize
Seattle Sugar R-Dnery.
Tho Seattle P.-l. of April 26 says;
Seattle's opportunities fr getting
trade with Hawaii wcro spoken of be
fore the Chamber of Commerco yester
day by C. G. Ballcntyne, manager of
tho Honolulu Rapid Transit Company,
Mr. Ballcntyne appeared at a special
meeting of that body Tuesday for tho
purposo of getting Its Indorsement of
tho reinstatement of tho provision In
tho Hawaiian measures extending tho
time of the effectiveness of tho coast
ing laws a year after tho adoption of
tho net, nnd yesterday stated that tho
conference committee of tho Senate
and Houso had refused to so reinstate
it, which would mako -ao coastwise
laws go Into cfTect nt tho snmo tlmo ns
the bill forty-live days after passage.
"There Is nothing moro that can bo
done," said Mr. Ballcntyne, and ho
oxprcssed his thanks for tho interest
that the chamber had taken In tho mnt
tcr. "I appreciate tho Interest you
hnvo shown," ho said, and continuing
on tho trade outlook:
"Our pcoplo want to trado with you,
and If you will "glvo them tho oppor
tunity thero Is a good field In the Isl
ands for Washington exporters and
Importers. There Is much room for tho
development of trndo for the principal
exports now nru fodder and timber.
Thero Is tho opportunity of sending
supplies of fresh meat, which Is now
supplied from San Francisco nnd New
Zealand. In caso of tho latter, as soon
as tho new law goes Into effect It will
of course cut off tho supply from there.
Tho grazing lands near Honolulu have
been turned Into sugar plantations,
which leaves that city dependent upon
tha outsldo for her fresh meat supply.
Thero will bo also a heavy trade In
dairy products, which now come large
ly fiom Australia. I sco no reason why
you should not get your sharo of this
trade, and when you are competing
with San Francisco It will mako tho
goods cheaper for us."
Mr. Ballentync advised tho estab
lishment of n sugar refinery in Seattle,
which he said would bo suro to bring
much of the sugar crop of the Islands
to this port. IIo said the growers
were anxious to get away from the su
gar trust, but wero forced to keep to
their contracts, though when these
agreements expired, which would bo
soon, they would bo glad of an oppor
tunity to transfer their business deal
ings to others. Ho said that If n re
finery was built hero It would In n
largo mcasuro scttlo the proposition of
vessels being run nt n profit, us It
would glvo them return cargoes.
The chamber gao a vote of thanks
to Mr. Ilallcntyuo for his suggestions.
CHURCH AND CITY.)
Editor Evening Bulletin: In his ad
dress Kcv. Mr. Klncald said that In the
United States nro 10,000,000 persons
of voting ngo who "novcr darkened
tho doors of a church." Now to get
down to an effort for result let mo In
qulro If It wero not better to reform
or reorgnnlzo the church rather than
tho government of tho municipality.
Rev. Mr. Klncald seemed to rather
stand for his quotation from Shaw that
American cities wero tho worst man
aged on earth excepting Uiobo of Tur
key and China. Now If this bo correct
tho church will do moro for humanity
by going In for municipal reform than
by continuing along the lines that keep
ho many people away from the houses
Honolulu, May 10, 1900.
WILL LEAVE COUNTRY.
No ono has como forwaid to glvel
bond for Cnmacho and Itels, tho two
Portugueso suspected of making the
attempt on Mr. Canavarro's life. Mar
shal Brown stntes that both men nro
desirous of leaving tho country. Cn
macho wants to go Immediately with
what help th egovornment will give
him, whllo Itels wishes to dispose of
his property nt Ewa beforo leaving.
This will bo nn easy matter as a party
" already como forward who Is will-
lng to buy the property.
THE WATERMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All sizes, all shapes. H. F.
Tho trial of Plggott nnd Hnusler for
larceny wns resumed beforo Judgo
Stanley this morning. Goo Kim Fill,
Chinese vice consul, Is watching the
proceedings, tho alleged stealing hav
ing been from n Chinese store the
night of tho Chinatown fire.
Lee Long, Fung Chong nnd Leo Look
were put on trlnl for assault with a
dangerous weapon beforo Judgo Davis,
tho Jury being: W. M. Cunningham,
L. C. Abies, F. S. Lyman, A. 1). Lar
nach, I. Rubcnstcln, G. It. Carter, C. J.
Ludwlgscn, Thco. Wolff, J. J. Egan,
W. II. Smith, W. L. Hopper nnd C. II.
Gray. Robertson & Wilder nnd U. I).
Mead for prosecution; Magoon nnd
Long for defendants.
Tho 2S remaining cases of Hognn's
Minstrels Company's members against
tho C.-A. H. S. Company stand asldo
today, "to glvo the criminal calendar
n show" as one of the attorneys explains.
POST OPFICE AMENITIES.
Tho employes of tho General PohI
Olllco clubbed together yesterday and
decorated J. M. Johnson with lets on
his departure for San Francisco. Mr.
Johnson Is chief of the Federal railway
mall service and has been In tho Islands
exactly ono year. His sojourn wns by
of vacation, but It Is supposed ho has
made observations of tho mall carry
ing scrvlco throughout the group.
Next Sunday tho Post Odlco em
ployes will have n railway excursion to
Ewn, whero they will hold a picnic.
GUARD AGAINST SMALLPOX.
Dr. Wood stated this afternoon that
the man taken from the Transport So
laco Is an undoubted case of confluent
smallpox The man Is very sick, but
will probably recover. Dr. Wood stat
ed that ho did not think there wns or
would bo any danger to the public from
th cense, although the authorities wcro
taking Just as much careful precaution
ns though there was n real danger
threatening. These precautions will be
continued for 30 days.
Police Shoot Ended.
Tho police shoot for gold and bronze
medals offered somo tlmo ngo, was
finished yesterday and the results re
ported to Marshal Brown this morning.
Thero were thirteen entries for the
gold medal shoot which was won by
Senior Captain Parker by n scoro of
411. Officer Kulelkinl wns second with
39G. The lowest scoro mndo was 331,
tho average of the thirteen contestants
being very good.
B. Atntnnl, tho big Samonn police
officer, won the sliver medal by a scoro
of 380. Capt. Kanno camo second with
380. There were eighteen entries. Tho
lowest score wns 251.
C. H. Baker, ono of tho blcyclo pa
trolmen, won tho bronze mortal by a
seoio of 344. 11. Gumphcr was second
with 339. Thero wcro twenty-four en
tries. Tho lowest scoro was 137.
There will bo a Bhoot between picked
teams from tho police forco and prison
guards tomorrow morning, tho chal
lenge of tho former having been nc
cepted this morning.
SpnniardH In Court.
Members of tho Spanish colony of
Knknnko figured In tho Pollco Court
this forenoon. S. Mnrarcs, n carpenter,
charged with assault and battery on
Joso Diaz, pleaded not guilty and then
camo a lot of testimony, translated by
Ottlcer von Hagcn, showing that Dlnz
applied to Mrs. Morales a name that
would bo most vigorously resented by
Diaz had a cut lip which he claimed
was caused by 11 bite from Morares.
Thero was no ovlduuco to this effect
but It was brought out that Diaz throw ,
two bottles lit Morares, barely missing1
his head. Judgo Wilcox found defen- j
dnnt not guilty and discharged hlra, nt
the samo tlmo giving n wnrnlng
against ony more trouble of tho kind
thnt has been going on quite frequently
of Into In the Spanish colony.
Keep to the Right.
Complaints havo In en flowing 111
very frequentl of lnte anent tho prac
tice bicyclists of the city havo of rid
ing on the left hund side of tho street,
entitling nil kinds of Inconvcnlenco to
pcopio going tno oiner way. nieinuern
of tho Mounted Patrol havo been In
strutted to pay particular ottentlon to
this matter anil violations of tho rules
of tho road will bo attended to from
Noimiiii Ih Safe
Tho schooner Ada urrlved from Ka
unl yesterday with the repmt that tho
Norma, supposed to havo been lost,
hail urilved safely at Hannlel. Tho
ciew drank heavily beforo leaving Ho
nolulu Mny I Friday by tho way.
and wero unatiio to lano proper caro 01
tho vessel. A leak was discovered and
tho pumps wero kept going till tho way
I'ho Jury in the Hogan wise attended
tho Orpheum lu u body last night and
laughed off some of their weariness
brought on by four hours' confinement
In tho Jury room.
Restitution of Articles Belonging tdv-
Kalakam and Kapiolani.
Result cf (Mericce In Foreign Office -Claim
or Hale Nma Society Deferred
At the session of the Exccutlvo
Council this morning, Minister Mott
Smlth read n letter fiom John F. Col
burn, on behalf of Prlnco David Kawa
nannkoa nnd Jonah Kalanlnnuolc, the
Kapiolani Estate, Ltd., nnd the Halo
Nana Society, claiming certain nrtl
clcs of furniture labeled for sale at
public auction. Ho also referred to nn
Interview held In his olllco on tho lGth
Inst., when Mr. Colburn, Mr. Auld, J.
11. Doyd nnd others wcro present.
It was voted that the following de
scribed articles, mentioned by Mr.
Iloyd as having belonged to Knlaknua
and Kapiolani beforo Kalaknua as
cended tho throne of Hawaii, be do
llvcred to tho representatives of tho
Kapiolani Estnte, Ltd., upon their
signing n receipt nnd Rchcdulo there
for: Koa sideboard, No. 31;
Small revolving book rack, No. 99;
Kahili stand, No. 133;
Koa secretary, No. 19;
Inlaid table of Hawaiian woods. No.
Piano lamp with onyx stand, No. 102.
Iu rcgnrd to the claim for the Hale
Naua no nctlon wns taken pending
REWARD FOR CAPTURU.
By the Inst mall from tho Coast was
received a printed circular from Chief
of I'ollco Sullivan of San Francisco an
nouncing tho disappearance from that
city, April 22, of Chas. J. King, secre
tary of tho Pacific Vinegar & Plcklo
Works and offering a reward of $250
for his capture.
King Is suspected of embezzling the
funds of the company mentioned. He
Is G2 years of ago, of corpulent and
pussy build, G feet 10 Vi Inches in
height, dark nnd lame In tho right
foot. King Is n member of several
HeerilcHH Driving Chured
Frank Enos nnd Bert Peterson wero
arrested last night on tho general
charge of heedless and furious driving.
Both men wcro nllowed to go on their
own recognizance but Enos was the
only ono who showed up In the Pollco
Court this forenoon. Marshal Brown
sntd some things, not very complimen
tary to Peterson und nsked tho Judgo
that the rase bo continued until to
morrow. A warrant will bo Issued by
Judgo Wilcox, assuring Peterson's
prchcnco In court tomorrow forenoon.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold a reduction sale In
every line, commencing from May Gth,
1900. Call In and judgo for yourself:
Iwakaml, Hotel street.
Gent's Hermsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. B. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ono week only; don t fall to sco them.'
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
, Just opened by the.,
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock Is now replete with Good its,
good style and good var.
If you cannot come In with your
children, send them In and they will re
ceive just the same care and attentlcn
and their ctt will be just as carefully
cited, as if votl were with them.
' Wem ft tlie f0(U jf y0Un ( t,e
.... , . . ... b .. w!11 u.
bill, and promise ou that belli will M
JJCV n.r lfr GO'lVlTl-ril ' y.