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THE EVENING BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY, JULY 9 1900.
:--AND THE SODA WATER--:
:: TE3:E3 BEST
COR. PORT AND HOTEL STS.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE SHIPMENT
Alsen Portland Cement
li tht strorgesl nJ moil strvktablt crmentieiit ani will rrrmlttht admlxturtof a largrr amount cf tin
or era vt I, with lt los of tfeneth, than any utter brand; II lathtrcfort the most c mimical,
"A! SEN" has NO EQUAL In COLO. FINENESS and SAND CARRYING CAPACITY It WEIGHS
LESS PER HUSHfcL. (measuring Nut 10 PER CENT MOKE CEMENT TO A BARRfL than other
toafidt, hlch vary materially REDUCES IttcnM a(omr&rtJlth othr ennentj) It la therefore an ECONO
MICAL cemtnt to usa an J SPECIALLY ADAPTED FOR FINE CONCRETE WORK.
Tcnsltt Strtncth In Pounds Per Squara Inch Made at Ruyal Testing Station, Berlin. 188900.
NEAT CtMtT One part CtrreM
Three Part. Sari J
After n days. Atltr 8 days. After 1 Jays, After j3 days.
ALSEN vtM UH YX 6tU
DYCKERHOFF 6U r64Vi t4B jjSH
PREMIUMS: World's Fair. Chicago, 184). Adelaide Jubilee Int. Ex'n 188?. Centennial Int. Cx'n
Melbourne, iHW. New Zealand & So. b. Ex'n. Dum Jin. iPggo.
CAPA JTY AND SALES. 'he nutrutot the ALSEN" factories Is, atlhe present time, (arffrthan
that of any manufactory of Portland Oment In t-uropt.
The yearly sales ot Aden's P rttand Cement in the United States Is .neater than that of any ether brand.
The foil owing test made In actual work by ol. D. C. I loin ton. Corps of Engineers, U.S.A. at the
sea wall around Oovernor's Island. New York Harbor, has never been equaled by anyothir cement. Ills
TENSILE STRENGTH PER SQUARE INCH; One Dav, 184 pounds; Seven Days, U pounds.
Thirty Days, 818 rounds For Sidewalks 't les the beM Cf lor and the most endurable wearing surface.
Testimonials from most emlntnt entinecrs, architects and contractors endorsing the tiigh grade
quality of "ALSEN" furnished on applkatn to
Tla.. EC. IDsLVies cSc Co., X-tci.
then in Need of DRUGS
go to the
HONOLULU DRUS CO.,
VON HOLT BLOCK, KING ST.
"We "Weitcia. "W"la.ile "STo-va. Sleep
BOWER'S MERCHANT PATROL AND
CONFIDENTIAL AOENCY ::::::::
Reliable Watchmen furnished for stores and property. Best City references furnished. Detective
and confidential work of all torts. ;i
Office Room 4 Model Block
Architects, Contractors' and Bnllflurs
Jobbing ; Promptly : AttemleU : To.
WM. T. PATY,
Contractor and Builder.
Slut and Office Fitting.
Plans and Estimates Furnished,
148S Hotel Street, near Barracks.
a. a . Howaud, Ji. Ron, F. tai,
HOWARD & TRAIN,
Silt.,. Model Block, HONOLULU, OAHU. H.I
P. O, Boi to. Tetepnon. 08.
H;.L. KERR & CO.,
Architects and Builders
"b.o w'. Pag.
f, W. Beardsiee
P. O. Boi it!
BBARD6LEE & PAGE
Architects & Builder
Office: Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, H. I.
Sketches and Correct Estimates furnish
t Short Notice. 1441
OF ALL KINOB,
Deitlora in Lumber and Goal
Quean utrnet. Honolulu
H. P. BBRTBLMAN'S
To rtar of olJ stand, Entrance on KIa(
street. Order left at cither shop, or office,
it John Nott's tore, Kins; street, will re
calve pMmp' attention, 1451-lf
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTION S
Subscribers are furnished with from
flvo to alx lists per wtn;l(, giving an uc
curatu rcciiid of deeds, mnrigagus,
leased, releases, powers of ntturuoy,
etc., etc., which are. placed 011 record.
HllllHUHII'TION I'HIOK, 3,00 I'lill
A. V. HAR.
Judd llulldliitf, lluituiilu,
P. O. UOX 284.
Hotels and Restaurants.
THE ORPHEUH CAFE
The Best Meal
The Best Service
In the City
:: At Popular Prices ::
Meals at All Hours: Ala
carte or Table D'Hote.
WE OFFER YOU THE
Best -5c. Cigar
To do had for the money.
CLOSING OUT ALL OUR DOMESTIC
Beaver Lunch Rooms
H. J. NOLTE.
Markets and .rocers,
Naval Oranges, Lemons,
Dried Fruit, Ranch Bs,
Butter, Cheese, &c.
J. R. MILLS
Lincoln Block, King street.
for dinner giving anil for
luncheons and for entertain
ing may be had here con
LEWIS & CO.,
Ill Fort St
THE HAWAII HER ALL
Vol. I'UUUSHbT) IN I1ILO, N
Is a pretty
gootl paper for
,3,50 per an
who use Its c
(Associated Press Special.)
London, June 30. The "Yellow
peril," ns the Chinese crisis U now
culled heio is, for the moment, relegat
ed to second place. Public Interest In
the hospital scandals In South Alrlcn;
nlisorljs attention that no amount ot
official tmlhbllng can suppress. The
treatment of thousands of wounded and
fever-stricken Ilrltlsh soldiers In thi
Held threatens to becomo as icilous n
mutter for public agitation ns the mili
tary camps were after the Spanish
If Lord Roberts wag not so frankly
willing to shoulder the major , art of
the responsibility the outcry which Ml
Hurilctt-Coutts' letters raised woulj
..'nil .ilirtt linl'ii a !, ... nr..t ,tin flfi.r.ifn. '
ment. Hut, few people tare to scion?
ly criticise the successful general whose
consideration for his men, especially
the wounded Is n by word In '.he army
The action of I.ord Landownn, the
Secretary of State for War, In submit
ting tho criticism of Lord Roberts lilni
self wns 11 niasfer stroke of politics
which temporarily saved the Govern-'
ment's head. However, If the oroposed '
parliamentary committee finds tho War!
Ofllco failed to adopt necessary medical
precautions it will take the Conserva
tives n long time to reestablish their
prcstlgo with thousands In Great llrlt-
uln who have surfcrcd bitterly through
the lost tint! Illness of .'ehilvvs in I
South Africa, It has been hard enough
for thoso bereaved to "grin and bear'"
the long casualty lists, but, with the
suspicion that lives were needlessly
wnsted thcis Is no longe.- nny restraint
to their sorrow or limit to their Indig
nation, A significant sign of the times is this
announcement In tho July Issue of the
Nineteenth Century that some of the
distinguished men, regardless ot party,
have agreed to Join an association with
tho object of fixing steadily public at
tention on the lessons of tho war, fore
most among which Is tho necessity for
examining the defenses of the empire
and the need of conducting the various ,
departments ot state on ordinary busi
Aniong those who have promised to
becomo members aro Lord Iloxelicry,
the Karl of Leven and Melville, the
tn f Pa pa tn Pi m Ks Pa Pi M rsi
HAWAII LAND CO.
Capital, paid up,
W. C. Achi Prt'tldent A Manage'
M. K. Nkuli' .. Vlco I'refldein
J. Makalnsi .Truasuro?
Kuoch Johnson Bocieutry
Ueo. L. Dfolu Auditor
BOARD OF DIRKCTOR3:
J. W. Dlplkane
The abovo Company will buy, lnaso,
or soil IsnJs in all parts of the Hawaiian
I.lanUs; and also has houses In the City
of Honolulu for rent. 1489-yl
A FEW VERY PESIRABLE BUILD
INGLOTS on Ni-nnu Avenue, at Nlo
lopa, Nuuanu Vallt) 'or sals. Apply ti
J. M. ft NSARRAT,
Cartwrlght Block, erchant stmt
W. C. ACHI &- CO.,
brokers & Dealers
jy We will Bay or f,ikl Estate lr
' parts of the group.
r We will Sell Properties on Reason,
ulo Commissions 1
iFFICE. 10 West King Streei
Real Estate Broker.
223 MERCHANT ST.
Property In town anJsuburbs
and HOUSES TO LET.
T. R. (VLOSSIVIAN
Real Estate Agent
Searcher of Titloi . . .
l. K, It. 8TUA.U 01 1,
Real Estate Broker
KnaueH Anii( hui Cnllncor
Jii, I) IMIiel fit,, near J, (),
Karl of Rosso, the Karl of Clanwllllam,
Viscount Peel, the Illshop of London
(tho Right Rev. Manilell Crelghton,
I) ..,) Cardinal Vaughan, Sir Womyss
Held, Sir Howard Vincent and :i Inrge
number of members of tho House of
Commons gnd army officers.
Viscount Decrhnrst, colonel of n vol
unteer battalion of tho Worcester Regi
ment, who married nn American, Mlsc
Virginia Uonyngo (daughter of Mr.
Charles W. Ilonynge, formerly of San
Kranclsco,) In testifying before n par
liamentary committee this week,
brought homo with stnrtllng force tho
rottenness of the material suppili.d to
the army. Ho declared that after pay
ing an extra price for shoes for the
battalion, after one march they "werJ
like paper bags, with shreds ot leath
er Inside," and "you could oaslly put
your linger through tho majority of the
An amusing Btory Is current regard
ing Harry lleaumnnt, one of tho host
dressed London club men, who married
Miss Jcsslo Fcllowes, of New Yor!:, nnd
went to South Africa as an oIlUc." of
the Cheshire Ycomat ry. It Is e.im that
he requisitioned a Doer nouse lor hU
own use, but before occupying It, In
"showered tho building with Insect
powder," nnd "drenched it with "an '1'
How tired tho people of Knghui'l are
becoming of such kid-gloved ncthoils
of warfare could bo Judged the other
night, when Sir Kvclyn Wood, the Ad
jutant General to the forces, who Is
notoriously Influenced by femlnlii" ad
vice, received 11 hostile reception at the
hands of Biich a board minded body as
tho Institution of Mechanical Kugln
cers. Somewhat on these lines Sir Cl.tulc
M. MncDonald, the Ilrltlsh Minister 10
China ,1s coming In for criticism. It Is
frequently said that he Is a better hand
at afternoon tens thnn In proicrving
tho empire's Interests In China. A lo
scarccly walk a hundred yard3.
ovldent Sir Claude's motto wis: "I
do not care what her Hag is so long as
.she Is fair."
It Is not generally known tha: last
September Sir Claude MacDonald was
suffering so much from heart Jlsearu
and other complications' that l:e could
scarcely walk a hundred yards.
ushered in the fourth.
Wnlluku, July C A danco was given
In the Wnlluku court house last Tues
day evening, the night before tho
Fourth. The nflalr wns hurriedly got
ten up by Dr. V. R. Ilooto and Mr.
Waldeycr. However, tho hall of Jus
tice was tastefully decorated for tho
occasion and the floor ready for danc- j
lug on Tuesday nfternnn. Invitations i
to tills Impromptu affair weio given
over tho wires, and Eomo of the danc
ers only received their Invitations nt 'i
o'clock that evening. Although near
ly ten miles uwny, tho brief tlmo dl.l
not prevent their being present to
honor tho occasion nnd celebrate the
glorious Fourth. Tho Walluku Gleo
Club furnished music.
Messrs. Dr. Ilooto nnd Dan Quill act
ed ns door managers. There were no
less than fifty couples present, and
among them were dancers from Luhal
na, I'ala, Puuncne nnd Kahutul, The
dancing lasted until a little after mid
night. It. V, Filler kindly placed the
train at the disposal of the dancers
from Kahulul nnd vicinity.
FOURTH ON KAUAI.
Kahat was not behind the times In
tho celebration of the Fourth of July,
Although thero wns Jollification all
over the Island, tho blssest celebration
was at Koalla where u ruco meet of fast
horses from Walmca and the V. H.
Hlce (Mime) nnd Keulln stables took
place. Thcro were several events, tho
honors heliiK about equally distributed
between Ktulla and l.lliue. Tho Wnl
men horses were not In It for n minute.
I'eoplo from all over Kauai were pres
ent nt the truck.
Mrs. Hans Ihenbers Kavo a picnic to u
larKO number of I.lhuo people In n
beautiful sput above tho Walalua falls.
It Is needless to say, the euests had
n most enjoyable tjnic.
W0LTER8 OP LIIIUD.
Manager Wolters of I.lhuo plantation
has resigned and will very soon return
to his homo In Germany where his wlfu
went n year or so bko. It Is rumored
that Head I.una Weber of Hanamuul'i
Is to be given the position of manager
of l.lhue and people well versed in tho
affairs of the Garden Isle say that tho
rumor Is well founded.
Cnnilliliite for Office.
Wnlluku, June fl. Tho petition ot
Wm, K, Hal for tho place of superin
tendent of water works for Wulluhti
nnd Kaliiilul Is IicIiik circulated by his
frleiuls. Mr. Hp.I Is it Hawaiian, in
able mechanic mid Is dcscrvlm; of the
Dentil of Mri, Itnlloy,
Wulliikii, July - The youiiK wife of
Win. II. Iliilley uf this limn illud
Tliiirsihiy iiiiiriiliiiiK, .Inly lilh. IIhiu,
pf malarial fever. Hliu hail linen Hit K
fur nvi-r twn iiiuiiilm. Tim finienil inoh
(lelinqueii! - Stcck
lido Susar Co,, Ltd.
On PRIDAr, July IStli,
AT U O'CLOCK NOON,
t will sell at Public Auction, by orJer of
the I reasurer, Mr, OuderUIrk. sufficient of
the following delinquent stock of the
Kflmaio sugar company, u'd.. to reim
bu.se the Company unless the delinquent
assessments are paid at the office of the Ha
waiian Trust iV Investment Co., L'td.,
Honolulu, H. I., before the day of sale.
t(6.Xh!. 11. Athcrton too
t6q..V, C. Atherton jo
aS .L C. Abies , t
t4 L, .t Ablt. .,.,,.,, tt
t3. L.C. AMt ic
i8f-L C. AMs tQ
tM-LC AMM 10
W. O. Aihley too
4 1 1 ico. An Jrtwi too
afy. V.H Hurrwtt..., m
ro--P H. Hurnetl jo
611. IMI. turned io
614 P, H, Burnett to
615-P. H, Hj'nett ,,,, to
6i P. II, Burnett tj
di T, Buckl?y j
tij T. Buckley too
1 97 Chit, Brlftna to
too Chat. Be llln to
to. Chit, Btlllna , to
toa Chit. Belllnt to
Mt Chat, Bellini 10
j 40 Cart. W. U. Uennet o
711 t K. Blven.tr ,
li F. H. UUen.tr t
l-H,(J. Blart a
jjo-Mri. C. M. Blakt io
45? Jat. H. Boyd too
4TT Jil-ll. Hoyi 15
fit Q.ll Berrey. 15
j,t-J. U. Buih.tr to
U8-J. h, Hdih, tr to
IjS J. fc.Butri.tr to
476 E.S. Boy J 1 at
438-W. Ctrlyk 5
68a J. II. Cummlngs too
754 J. H.CumrnlflRi, , gj
419 .Manuel Cook tt
61 A.F.CUrk tt
6..A.P. Clark t)
47-W. L Dliney
lit .W. L. DKney 100
rot- W, L, Dlanvy 15
704 .W. L. DSney t
1 1 j f ieo. A. Da t 35
)1 (ien. A. Davit tt
41a V. L Dortch 50
4-j6 V, L. Dortch jo
fyjF. I . Dortch jo
6-j? C. T. Day im
7 M. R DoJJ. too
l8 C J, Flthfl 500
po Mri. II, lUhel 150
765II A. Tranton tj
Ija II. fc. (iiret 50
j)5A.(i. Hitchcock 150
lat-M. IV. Hitchcock 150
d3-H. R, Hlkhcock too
to"H. H, Hitchcock too
1)4-". U. Hitchcock too
446-II. R. Hlkhcock 450
44I--H. R. Hitchcock 450
447-H. H. Hitchcock too
449 U.K. Hlkhcock 50
450- H. (. Hitchcock 450
776Mrft.ll.K. Hitchcock 405
718-Mltill.C. Hitchcock too
68-J M. Howard t
to, W, A. Henhatl tt
t6a-W. A. Henthall 9
t6o Inei Hilton , 15
a65-C. fc. Button 50
61U-II. E. Hendricks 50
lao Oeo. Harrlton to
657 J T. Hlltut 50
408 Jeo, Hltclient 50
4'joOo. HlKhent , 50
4tO"Cio. tchens 30
4it Cieo. Hitchena 50
591 II. J. Harrlton 10
59a II. J. Harrison 10
59511. J. Harrlton 10
594 H. J.IUrlton.. 10
59 H.J. Harrlton to
596 H.J. Harrlton. it
la F. A. Jacobi t
ait R.A. Jordan 15
t.6" M. A. Jordan , to
9i-W. H. Johnton.. too
1 not, ij. mecrtoie 50
54 J. K. Kihoukino a.
I-D. II. Uv.li. ir too
TIT Ch. LUC.S
66 Geo. Lycurgus. tr .
l6TGfo. Lycurus. tf .
)68(io. Lycurcut. tr
)6g-.(ieo. Lycureui. Ir .
,9V-Mrs. Juhn Lues ..
9.".Mrs. John Luc.t . .
4J1-H. K. A1,yet
411-11. P. Mtycr
411-11. R. Mr
TS-W C. M.yr
0.--A. A. Mrr
8iK. W. M.c.ulay ..
4n"Wm. Mutch )o
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jit.. Jennie McLaln ....
4it. Mra. Wm. Mutch....
,aa. .Mrs. Wm. Mutch....
4a..Mti. Wm. Mutch....
414 .Mri. Wm. Mutch.,..
464 .Jai. F. Morgan
44t..Ja. F, Morgan
466 .Jai. F. Morran
46T..Jat. r-. Morgan ,,,,, s0
468 Jai. F, Morgan so
469, Jai. F. Morgan .,,, s
aro. .Jas. F, Morgan , so
4i8..Jat.F. Morgan as
tSo,.Jai McCreaJy so
46..J. D. McVeigh jo
4IT..J. D. McVeigh so
4,4. ..Jame. l.oil.r .... ....,. I
.if . .Jam. Nutt. Jr ..
604 .James Nolt.Jr to
100..W 11. nott ts
IIS. W. II. Not! s
so4.-Sam ,Sott so
46..S. F. Not! sS
80.. S. F. Nott as
Tio. W, H. Newcomb so
T66..W. II. Newcomb at
4U..W. I'. (J'llilen so
tsi.J.M. O'Brien iio
)1. N O. I'rterton io
Ti.. Frank Pactivco too
joo. .C. L, HhoJes as
lit. .J. II. Schnack 100
io. .J. II. Schnack ,.., as
aa..J. II. Schnack at
at. .J. II. Schnack as
)8. .M. N Santert
ja..Dr. J, Shaw
81. .J. Scully
1. . 10
706, K, Schoffeld .- a$
70), Dr. W. I:. Taylor as
1)5.. MI11 E. Stantbury ,.,,, as
709- T.injf Chontr 10
)7S. Mrt.Vldt 50
29" ;; ;; s
j8l.. " , ,.4t 50
4jo,.H. Vlfirt ,,,, 50
iij ,(eo. Weight ,,, tja
149.. Wm. Wagner tut
5u..Jamt Wetttrook 50
t7i .W.F. Wilton is
77.Cjo. Ward , too
584. . Mil K. V. Woodward as
7M..F. B. Wett 50
711., " " 50
141.. M " 5
Til.. " " 50
718. .J. T, Waytvon, Jr as
66..J.S, Walker 5
607.. " " 50
7i. .John Wlrud 15
71.. " " 15
445-.R. Wlndrath too
41. J. K. Burkett to
44a,. " " ao
444 s. ' ' IO
7W..Mn,M.T. Kluegel... ..... 100
740.. " 100
741 . ' 100
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I5$4,IJ " Auctioneer.
l)lt. DIXON NOT )IHCOI'ltA(li:i),
The lluv. A. C. IIUiiii of llrouklyii, la
iiih'IIuk wllh mum npposllloii In hla
project for the iirri'lliin of a ismi.uui)
iIiiiitIi wllh a roof lunlcii iilirui'tluii.
Hu far nuly f:.'iW has Ih-.-i, milmrrlln-.i
fur llit I'liierpiUe, immI minin uf iho
Initlt'i's hid wiiiuU'I'Ihk wht)ri lli
moiiry lit In rninu frniii. Dr. Dltun my
llml Hid vu. I iimjurli)' or Hip rinwr
uiliil iirp liwiilll)' iillli"l In Hie
iDVH!'Wil hipI lip e,iriWi Hid iilinu.1
e)!fl'ii! III His pnirri'ilrfl.
Agents, Brokers and Jobbrh,
Western Sugar Hennery Co., of San
IJaldwin Locomotive Works, of
Philadelphia, I'onn., U. S. A.
Newell Universal Milt Co. (National
Cnne Shredder), New York, U. S. A.
N. Ohlandt & Co.'s Chemical Fertili
Alex. Cross & Sons, high grade Fer
tilizers for Cano nnd Coffee.
need's Steam Pipe Covering.
ALSO OFFKIl FOR SAI.K
l'nrumno Pnlnt Co.'s P. & H, Palntj
and Papers; Lucol and Linseed
Oils, rnw nnd boiled.
Indurlne (a cold-water paint), In
white nnd colors.
Filter Press Cloths, Cement, Lime
CASTLE & COOKE
II oivolt jr.u .
Th. Walalua Acrlcotlrial Co., L I,'
Tb. Kohala Sugar Cc
Tba Walamea Sugar till Co.
Tbs Koloa Agricultural Co,
tht Fulton Iron Works, SI. lo.lt, Mt.
Tbs Standard Oil Co.
Tb. tieo. F. Blaka Steasa Paa.i,
The New tnglanlLlltlnsuraoc.C.,.t.t h
Tb. tn. Fire Ins. Co. ol Hsntorl, C.er
Tb. Alllanc. Assuranc. O, ot Lo.io.
fVm. G. Irwin & Co.
Wm. O. Irwin.. President and Manager
Claus Sprcckcls Vlco President.
W. M. (Ulfard ..Second Vice President.
II. M. Whitney Jr. .... Treas. nnd Sea.
Geo. J, Ross Auditor
aokhts or Tn
IUSANIG STEAMSHIP OOMPlcTt
OF HAN VUANOIHOO. !n
QUEBN ST., - HONOLULU.
The Lancashire Insurance Co,
The Balolse Insurance Co.
Union Gas Engine Co.
Domestic Sewing Macf ne, Bta
BEWE CO., M!B.,
Oumo street, Honolulu H.I
H.allan Agricultural Cojany, Aaiaclcu u.i
v.oiupanv, uoitaia aujrar v lant. (.0, Uoosse. ..
Co., Honomu Sugar Co.. Walluku Sueai Co., Msie.
Sugar Co.. Haiealcala Harcti Co., Moloiel Kaa.ui-
nanters .Lin. san M liico racial has. Ir ease
ft Co. a Line ol Boston F.cket.
UST OF OFKICKRS
C. M. Cooke, President; Oeorge &
RoborthOii. Manacor: E. F. Bl.bnn:
Treasurer and (Secretary) Col, W. T,
Alien, auiiii ir; 1'. V. JonoD, a. WaUr.
Iiouso, o. It. Carter, Dlrccton.
ln.ral Manager ot
Tfc Rqa'tabU Life AssuriiiM Socirtt
U Uui rjnlud UUU.foi th-i BawalUi
Omnait Mei'tbict strMt. Hop
M. PHILLIPS A CO..
Whokattls Importers and JobUrt
hropMn and American D'j aooit
to t and QnMn 8trMts
H. HAOKFELD 4 OO., Lto
4BMERAL COMMISSION ABEITt
0or Fori and Qaeen Rtreet. U .ioj-
The World Register
Keepi the Cash while you are busy
Try ona o
On Marble and Granite,
WORK. . .
Fenoes and Lawn
Haw'D Iron Fence and Monnmcntal Ci
Ml King Stretil
ind other Rings, Watches, Braes
lets, Pins, and an extensive variety
f J velry.
EI. Gh. BIA.RT,
efMjl Br)RT Stmiw
GHAS. GB 4MER
0, A, GROTE
IVlcrcluint -i- Tulloi'H
Clcnncd nnd Hcpnlrcd
lllllHI Mi l4f INlif fy