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TUB EVHNINO HUl.UTINl HONOLULU. H. I., THURSDAY, AUGUST jo, 1900.
PL b. 0. Atklnoti and A, K, Jii'M. Jr.)
A.TKIN80N .fe JUDD,
Counsellors at Law.
ftJe om tilthoti A I'o.'r Hank, cor
iUaAinanu and Merchant Hlrerla,
GEO. A. DAVIS
GEO. D. GEAH
DAVIS & GEAR
Utorncyi and Coumcllort al
Rooms 201, 20). 192, JuJJ RulMlng.
or. Pott and MeMnnt Sts.. Honolulu
4.ttornoy at Law and
J. M. KANKAKUA,
Attomoy ami Counsellor at
ace la the Occidental Hotel,
rear of King and Alakea Streets,
W, B. Aekl. Enoch Johnson.
Attoruoys ami Counselors
No. 10 West King Street.
Al MOVED TO THE JUDD
BLOCK. FOKT STItEET.
SnrMtts, Physicians M Dentists.
Has removed to Beietanla street, orposlle
Hawaiian Hotel, from corner of Richard
anJ Btretanla streets.
i5ofrim Tel. 5 '7. Hours: g to 5.
DR. C. A. PETERSON
Has rcocened his office at . .
26 Emma Street
, 2- 4 P..M.
( 7- P.M. i
DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE
Office and Residence:
atar Alapal. : : : : :
toirici Moms 1 to 11 a m.
1 to , p M.
I to II' H.
SUaDAVS 9 jo to II 10 A M.
TELEPHONE yiii. WHITE.
Dr. W. J,
ff sni Kealdeuce: Beretanla and
OUt Hours: 8 to 10 a. m.: 2 to I
9. at.; 7 to 8 p. m.
JR. WALTER HOFFMANN.
TANIA STREET, (oppouito the
tOkon 110. P. O. Doz 50L
flea koura, 8 to 10 n. m.; 1 to I
m.; 7 to I p. n. Sundaya, 8 to 11 a. m.
"BETA. H. SINCLAIR
ItiMt, between Emma and Fort.
in: I to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p.
1 1 t. m.; Bundayi. 9 to 10 a, m.
DR. R. I. MOORE,
DBce: 222 Hotel Street
Office Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4.
k, C. WALL, D. D. S.,
O. E.-WALL, D. D. S
fcT Bulldlni, Fort Street.
inn: I to 4.
THB : PACIFIC : HUBSBRY
Cut and Growing Plants
Weddlng& Funeral Designs
ON SHORT NOTICE
Large Variety of Roses and Other Plants
: FOR SALE ::
F1ME & CO.
Union St., above Hotel.
HINTING 1 Prepared to fill or.
RODUCED T ders until 4 p. m
BOHPTLY Saturdays. . . .
The MERCAHTILE PRINTING
Corner ol Fort Street
And other RlnfiS, Watches, Bracf
lets, Pins, and an txtenslve varlet)
EX. GK BIART.
4M -'onr biRttr,
il&o $preckelg 2( in
Srtfi frnnelifo .igtntiJitK Nkvai
National IUmii or Sa Kiunoimh
Sai Kiustrmv Th Nevada Nation
lUnk of .nmi Kmliclreii
Ui-mov The Union Hank of UmA'
New Yonic American Kxcliango J
Chicaoo Merchants National lUnk
IIkiim Dromlner Hunk,
lloxKoxn AMD Yokohama llonk.n),
HIiaiiKlm! lUnklnx Oirpuratluu.
NkW KM.VXtl AMI Al'KTHALIA lit
if New Zfuliitnl.
VicroniA amii Vancouvkr Unl
llrltlsh North Amorlcn.
1mm 1 Gtienl Mm lUEicluieBuiat
Depolstl Received. Loans made on Af
proved Security. Commerclsl and Travelir.
Urcdlti Wined, Bill of Exchange bongti1
XlLLSCTIOKS fROMITLT ACCOCHTID f ,
OF HAWAII, LTD.
Incorporated Under the Lawi ot t
Republic of Hawaii.
Paid Up Capital
OFFICERS AND DIRECTOR!.
Cecil Hrown Preslder
M. P. Robinson Vlce-Preildec
W. O. Cooper Caihle
E. M. Doyd Secretar
Directors Cecil Crown, Mark
Robinson, Bruce Cartwrlght, W. C
Cooper and H. M. Von Holt.
DRAW EXCHANGE ON:
San Francisco The Anxlo-Caklfo
nla Hank, Limited.
Chicago The Merchant! Loan an
New York J. A W. Sellgnan ft Con.
Loudon The Anglo-Calltornl
Paris Socletle Generate.
Hamburg M. M. Warburg ft Job
Hongkong and Yokonama Tk
Chartered Bank of India, Auitralli
Australia The Union Bank ot Au
Canada Bank ot Montreal.
Berlin Gerbruder Meyer.
Exchange bouzht and sold Letter,
Credit Issued on all parts of th
Sarlnga Depoalta will b
recelred and Interest allowed by till
Bank at four and one-half per com
Printed copies of the Rules and Hey
ulatlons may be obtained on appUcatloi
Ofllce at bank building on Merchai
BISHOP A CO.
Transact a General Bankin
ad Exchange Business.
Commercial and Traveler
.otters of Credit issued, avai
ble in all the principal citit
" tho world.
Interest allowed after Jn
1, 1898, on fixed deposit 7
day notice 2 per cent., 'A
months 3 per cont., 6 inontl s
3J per cent., 12 month l
Pioneer Building an
SSETS, DEC. 31, 18, 1112,177.1
Money loaned on approved securlt.
ASavlngsBank for monthly deposit.
Houses built on the monthly lnitaP
Twentieth Serl ot Stock Is not
OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pres:
dent; S. B. Rose, Vice Preoldentj O. E
Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear, Secretary
DIRECTORS T. F. LanBlng, B. It
Roso A. V. Gear, A, W. Keech, Henrj
Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, O. y
Gray, W. L. Howard.
A. V. GEAR,
chamber of Commerce rooms.
Office Houra: 12:301:30 p. wx.
TijB VoohamB Specie Bed'
Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,0th
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,0
Reserved Fund Yen S.OOO.OO'
Tbe Bank buys and receives for cai
lection Bills ot Exchange, Issues Draft
and Letter! of Credit, ana trans
a general banking buslnesa
OsFii.a D.rciiilor iiBoatsi, . mmi a 1
OaFls.4U.;oiircraoatas, K "
Oa Flits Doill for ),
Bv im H.ii Mil, it Y.achtais, CiiimI
sit, 1 s-ii. sm mi Say
Oa Iln4 Opeil! Im it i.atbi, M Itf ttat , I
net PuoJiit ritiiim nuiif sl iioicit
E, K KAAJ,
Teacher of ' tar, Mandolin, ZltU
IlkulHeand Taro Patch.
Order to U I ft r of Wall, Nlcbo
1 1 Jo Yvwoin MwsloOi'a 13k
Vew York ii ii A dispatch
tlio Trllmiie (rum London in)
1 There It nun In n ret Ma) of lumc
1 IIiIiik like passion In oilklnl and polltl-
ml circles here, or In tlio scant) rem
I tut lit a of Hum left In London by the
'tnMiKca of tlio holiday scasou. After
tlin vxhlllriitlun 1 mind by the Ural
itivvvs of the tlitry of the ulllca Into
I'lklnit there lint ionic n rebound. Tlio
I natation of direct loinmiinluitlon with
I the allied lommuiidcrs ut the front
It not at all liked, nor doei Admiral
1 Urine's teligrnm atntliiK tli.it tlio for-
blddin city was entered on the l'tli du
much to console the doubters. In tliM
Ilr.l tilnii II la lnilliliil nut Hull tlio
..1... .. It I. a..ilait...1 nial It. 11 (Iia
Induilrnl doe not piofcss to liuu livuru
lila nctta olllclnlly from lieu. Unsckc,
but only gltea It on the uutliorlt) of1
reiiorta eiirrcnt nt Tukti. nnd wo know
by this time what reports In Chinese
towns arc worth.
Secondly, cten If the authentic news
Is four d.i)s old and much may hac
huplienid slmu then -thu slleucu of the
generals lends color to u Shanghai
statement that thu wires to Tientsin
urc cut und muy also help to explain
the hurried march of the German and I
Italian reinforcements to Peking.
Assuming that exen the sacred city 1
and tho palace lire captured, tho dltll-
eiiltlca of (lie allies nre by 110 means
at an end. Their force Is, of course,
mure thuu sulllcleut to repel uny at
tack which might be made on them,
whether by Boxers or by Imperial
troops, but when it Is remembered that
thi'V liue to nollcc tho srent straggling
city of Peking, with Its million lnhabl-1
tnuts, and to keep open tho lino of lorn-,
! munlentlun to the coast, their strength
lis by no meaus excessive, even If It Is
sulllilent for the work in hand. I
Besides, the allied generals, like Lord
I Roberts In South Africa, may havo ud
vunced too fast effectively to occupy
the country behind them. The speed o. 1
their match was rendered necessary I
by the position of thu legations, for
If the relief column had taken tbrco
or four days longer on tho Journey It
might hae tome too late. Still, If the '
Chinese troops defeated at Pel Tsaug
mid Yang Tsun should form up again
between the capital and Tientsin the,
allies will either have to march back1
1 to disperse them or to wait till that
task Is performed by reinforcements
from the coast, and meanwhile may
I una lliemseives virtually ueeicbeu iu ,
1 Peking. I
I The pessimists, too, aro additionally
depressed by Minister Conger's testl-;
I mony as to the conduct of tho Chlueso 1
gou'iumeut, and hlb opinion that the
whole movement wus gotten up by the '
Imperial authorities and that the Box-:
er were a mere pretence. On tlio
other hand, It Is admitted that If tho 1
empress and the Mauchu princes, und '
particularly Tuun, havo been captured ,
I the outlguk Is much more hopeful, i
(luce It will be possible to Und re
sponsible Chinese authorities on whom
new arrangements can be Imposed. ,
The action of the Southern viceroys, '
too, shows that tho campaign In the
North has hud an excellent effect In
checking the further spread ot anti
The Chinese minister here haB hand
ed to the foreign otilce for transmis
sion to Lord Salisbury, LI Hung
Chang's note sug estlug that a pleni
potentiary should be appointed to ne
gotiate with him. His communication
Is couched In a tone of cool assump
tion, which excites a certain amount
uf Indignation. The Times and other
papers had articles angrily denouncing
LI und suggesting that no notice should
be taken uf him. The aged viceroy Js
profoundly disturbed by what may bo
called the Auglo-Chluese colony here,
which Is not without lnlluenco on the
It Is urged that there Is no proof
that LI Is not playing for his own
hand, rather than genuinely endeav
oring to extricate China from her dif
ficulties. His influence has for some
time past been overshadowed by the
violent, reactionary Marithu party and
he may now be trying to get even with
his enemies; or, again, If ho is volun
teering his services the powers may
find that as soon as peace Is patched
up and the allied contingents with
drawn, Lt will be repudiated, as has
happened before, on the ground that
he has ext ceded his authority. It la
also said that LI dislikes England more
than any other European nation and
has more than a prefciencu for Russia.
It Is, therefore, thought that If possi
ble negotiations should take place in
Peking and Li's Intervention be dis
pensed with. Hut this, ot course, again
depends on the possibility ot finding
nnyhody In Peking to negotiate with.
Boston, Aug. 22. The American
Board of Commissioners for foreign
missions has received today u cable-
giam from Chefoo as follows:
Psalm 127, Peking and Tung Chow
missionaries, also Chaplus Smith,
Tho passage of Scripture alluded to
"Our soul Is escaped out of the snare
ot the fowleis; the snare Is broken and
we nre escaped."
The Peking mlsslonailes are. Tho
Rev. W. S. Anient, Rev. C. E. Evvlng,
wife and two children. Miss Ada Huven,
Miss Nellie Russell, Mrs. "J, L. Mater.
The Tung Chow missionaries who hud
taken refuge ut Peking 1110: Mrs. Mury
E. Andrews, Miss Jane (1. Evans, Miss
Alible G. Cliaplu, Rev. Chauucey Good
rich, I). I)., wife mid three children;
James II, Ingram, M, I)., wife mid two
children, Mlas l.u41u Miner, Hcv. E. (1.
Tcwksbury, wife nnd two children,
Revi Howard H, (lult 11111I wife, Tim
Pang Chuiuig inlsaloiiiiilea who with ut
the annual iiu-t-llnn and took tefuge
ut Peking art-: Tho Rev. Arthur II.
Smith. I), 1), und wife, tin Misses II.
(leitrudH mill II, Gnu i Wyiknlf, L11
I'hlni: mist onurles iiuiUr thu ninn
loiidllloiis Mir. lliv, I". M
wife iiihI two I'lill'lmi,
to cum: a coi.ij in on u day.
Take Luxutlvit llroino (Jnlnlnc TmIiIW,
j All diuitvltu ijluiiil I hi lummy If II
fall In Dill" I", W. Mrovv's slwiut'ire
Is on wivli lion, it tints,
AwM-lvtiM )l4Ni!r Hirtlffi, Mm-
klU TjHUple, Tt;, Mulll m,
.ROOMS OF THE TERRIIORIAL
I a-NIKAt.CUMMIUEB OP IDE
HKPUHI.ICAN PARTY OP TUB
1 TERRITORY OP HAWAII.
To Republican voters of the TerrPnryof
Hawaii, nnj nil voters Intending to act
with the Republican party:
The following Instruction are IssueJ by
the Executive Comltlee!
i.i, - ,u. Will. Nmnlic nf VntcM
" ...-- j
1st I'oholltl Court House 15
2nd llllo Court Houe 2V)
ird Papalkoti School House W
4th Honomu School Houe 22
5U1 Laupahoehoe Court House 3y
Oth Kaohe School Hojm 10
7th lloii'lcaaCourt House 42
8th Kukulhaele School House it
Precinct. Second Dljcrlct Votes.
tst Kohata Court House no
2nd Walmea Cour. House t5
3rd Kallua Court Hourc St
4th Koua-vvaena Sell ol House 07
jtli Hookena Co irt House S2
Oth Walohlnu Court Hruse 00 ,
7th Pahala School House 26
Precinct. Third District- Votes.
1 st Kalaupapa Store House 1
2nd Pukoo Court House 12
3rd Lahalna Court House 42
4th Hoiiokoh.m School 1 Iou 12,
5tn Walluku Court House 46
Oth Kahulul Court House 11
7th Honuaula Court House 4
8th Mikavvao Cou't House .15
oth Hamakuapoko School House 107
10th Klpahulu School House 32
nth Hana Coutt House 5'
12th Keanae School House t
Precinct. Fourth District Votes.
1 st Governmrnt Nursery tg
2nd Beretmla Street School House CSii
3rd Bids. entr. lower reservoir grd Nuuanu av. 15'
4th Royal School 43
5th Kapualwa Building 38
Oth Clumtero? Commcr..e Room 37
7th Walmanalo School House 0
Precinct. Fifth District Votes.
1st Kaneoh Court House 37
2nd Koolauloa Court House 10
3rd Walalua Court House 13
4th Walanas Court House 10
5th R. R. Station f Ewa Plantation 23
Oth Ewa Court House 20
7th Reform School 38
kth Haw. Tram. Co.'s BlJg , Kallhl 24
oth Kauluwela School House eg
to'.h Kauluwela School House 22
Precinct Sltth District Votes.
tst School House 1. Nllhau ."" o
2nd Kekahi School House 10
3rd Walmea Court House 33
4',h" Hanapepe School House 1
5th Koloa Court House 25
Oth 1. 1 hue Court House 103
7th Kapaa Court House tg
Kth Kllauea School House 4
gth Walull Court House , 12
The District Committees shall meet In
their respective districts on the Oth and
7th of September, igoo and elect the fol
lowing officers: President, Vlce-Presldei.t
Secretar , Treasurer and such other officers
and standing committees as they sha I be
entitled to. and also th Ir delegates to the
Territorial Convention in accordance with
Number of Delegates to the Territorial
First District 12
second District 12
Tlrrd District 18
Fourth District. 18
Fifth District 18
Sixth District 12
Pu'suant to a Resolution passed at a
meeting of the Executive Committee for
the Territorial Central Committee of the
Reppbllcan Party In the Territory of
Hawaii, a call Is now Issued for Primary
Elections to be-held In the various pre
Sntunluy, September Int. 1000,
for the purpose of electing delegates to a
District Convention. The polls will be
open from 3 p. m. to c; p. in.
TIILSE ARE THE
Rules and Regulations of the Re
publican Party in the Territory
of Hawaii, Governing Precinct
Article 1. PRECINCT CLUBS.
t. The unit (f organization shall be
the precinct clubs.
32. There shall be a precinct organiza
tion In every election precinct.
S3. Every person legally enrolled, In
the various precinct clubs, shall be a mem
ber of the precinct club when permanently
U- The officers of ea:li Precinct Club
shall be a President, Secretary, three
Judges of Election, and such other officers
as the bylaws of said precinct may pro
vide. No Initiation fees or dues shall be
charged the member of any precinct club,
All olticers shall serve for one year, or un
til their successors are elected. Any du
ly enrolled member of the club may be ell
glble to hold cilice,
I;. 'I he duties of thi-se officer shall l
those usual In said officers m,d Mich as may
II" provided for In Ihe by-lav of each Pre-
(UiclUuli, I he three Judsnof liltctlon
Ihall be sole JuJgr at all primaries, i
ij, No le than onr-iiftli of (he ninn-
ber cnrulleJ. thall constitute a i)uorum fur '
Hit Iranuutloii f ImjsIikh, .
I;, 'III? President anJ Wrtsry of'
Mth IHivlnctJub slull mi jt fl rolling
POJM pi uie wii wtlir I'tffiiHl l.uli, i)4
mm nine w unit insii mtri mu nviir dilKtoi PiniJ.iit, Vlal.ldii, Snm 1.11141,11,, it 11 Wo nt ilT.Z .i
MM Ml w Hut l .lull 1, J.fwuHf.uiy.liMiM.rf.MJ u,h aMJivr flwiMuu. .Ril Mlk." 4 r " "
1 lie numbe of dtltMtes from each Pre
clnct to the District Committee shvl be
three line the number whUh each pre
clnct was entltleJ to at the Primary blec
Hon helJ May, ioxj according to the fol
Precinct" with number of vote cast at
last election anJ number of delegates to
Cunt I.nHt Election, nnd Number
May, toco. Sspt., 1900
1 ' 3
May, igoo. Sept., tgso
May, igoo. S:pt , tgso
May, igoo. Sept. 1900
May, n30. Sept. igso
May. igoo. Sept., ig:o
The Territorial Convention for theadop
tlon of a platform, the nomination of a
lelegate to Congress. a:.d the election of a
Territorial Central Committee will be held
on Thursday and Friday, September 20
and 21, toco.
After said convention and on or before
the first day of October, igoo, the Istrlct
Committees shall meet for the purpose of
nominating Senators and Representatives
from their respective districts. Yours
Chairman Republican Territorial Cen
E. R HENDRY,
Secretary Republican Territorial Cen
such members as still reside In said pre
cinct, but no member on the old roll shall
be omitted If he still resides In said pre
8. Each precinct shall at the primaries
elect, besides the officers aforesaid, dele
gates to the District Committee.
',(). Each precinct shall be entitled to
elect one delegate to said district commit
tee f r each 25 votes cast In said precinct
(or the Republican ticket at the preceding
election. Whenever after dividing said
Republican vote by 25 there Is a remainder
of 15 or more, (hen the precinct Is entltleJ
to an additional delega'e, but each precinct
shall be entitled to at least one delegate to
said district committee, although the Re
publican vote as aforesaid in said precinct
shall be below 25.
8 10. Any person vv ho Is a duly enrolled
member of a precinct club shall be eligible
as a delegate to the district committee.
The above Rules nnd Regulations
of the Rcpuhllcnn Party In tlio
Territory of Hawaii, aie also pub
lished In accordance with a Resolution
passed at the same meeting referred to
The Committee urge upon all the offi
cers members of all Precfnct Clubs the Im
portance of prompt and harmonious action
In relation to the above call.
GEO. W. SMITH,
Pursuant to a Resolution pasej at a
mtetlngof the Executive Commltteeof the
'territorial Central Committee of the Re
publican Parly In the Territory of Haw-all,
a Mil Is Issued to tne Delegate w ho shall
be elected at, the Primary to meet on Sep-
ttmbcr 6 or 7 for Ihepurpostof electing
delegate to a Territorial Cor vrutlon,
I hre ire the Rules und ltul itl.m. nf
the Itrpuhllam Parly In the Territory of
Hawaii, rnvttiiliig I Jlilikt GininllW'i
Article . DISIRIC1' COMMII 111!.
li luJi dl.tricf conimitlre .lulU.i.
lUt id" Jolcgate from the piecliivt ilub In
U, :.li JIIM, .onimiltM hII nurl
uhin nlll.fJ o do w by tin ".r liu
UMiiHltlrr.aniltNlflnt Hit f.Wimmg
unJVtinJInccominltltfS ai It my be n
I). Any July enroll J Republican slull
beelltlMe.ua Jdmtr to (lie territorial
Cimmlttte from the district In which In
4. Each district committee shall bt
cliarceJ with Hie Ktntr.1l care ahj sutf
vltlonof the affairs of the ptrty within
Its district, subject to these rules and rtgu1
latlons. It shall take such measures as It
t'etms necessary and expeJIent to secure
the orjcmlMlon and maintenance of pre
clnct clubs In every precinct. anJ secure
the co-operation of all Republican voters
with tin party otR.inlntlon, an J shall, un
der 'the control of the Territorial Cimmlt'
tee, have charge cf all campaigns In the
district. It shall decide all disputes from
the precinct organizations and contests
within silJ district as to primary elections.
5. District committees may hold reg
ular or special meetings as may be pravld
eJ In their by-hws, and not less than one
third of the members shall constitute a
The above Rules and Regulations of the
Republican Party In the Territory of Ha
wall, are also published In accordance
with a resolution passed at the same
meeting referred to above.
The committee urge upon all tie officers
and members of tho District Committee
the Importance of prompt and harmonious
action In relation to the abo.e call.
GEORGE V. SMITH,
E. R. HENDRY Chaltman.
lor iHi Hawaii Ripvauc.J
Capital 9 400,000
OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS!
Cbas. M. Cooke, President.
P. 0. Jonks, Vice-President
C H. Cookk, Cashier,
F. 0. AniKnTON, Aanlstant Cashier.
F. W. Macfarlane,
E. D. Tenney,
J. A. McCandlesa,
Solicits the Account of Firms, Cor
porations, Trusts, Individuals, and wtU
carefully, and promptly attend to aU
ouslness connected with banking en
trusted to It. Sell and purchase Foreign
Exchange, issue Letters of Credit.
SAVINGS DBPARTMENT I
Ordinary and Term Deposit received,
and Interest allowed In accordance with
rules and conditions printed In Pa'.
books, copies ot which way be bad uj ,n
Real Estate and Insurance.
LIFK and FIRE
AGENTS FOR .
New England Mutual Life In
surance Co. OF BOSFON.
tna Fire insurance Company
. of Hartford.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond Exchange.
AND DEALERS IN
Partlctilsr tntslloa slr.o q pucbts. asl salt l
Hswtlltn Suatr Slock.
Lout Nttitlatia. Etttwa sal fsnlia Stscaa
403 California St.,
San Francisco, Cal.
Stock and Bond Broker
Mirabtr of HtwaltAa Slock Eicbiot.
Miilneruy Block, Fort Street.
BOYD, SCOTT & CO.,
Custom House Internal
: Revenue Brokers
315 FORT ST., opposite Irwin 5: Co.
: A. J. CAMPBELL,
Stock f and Bond Broker. "
Msattr si Its Hooolols Slock Eict.sft. ' '
Office Queen street, oppoalta Union
Tsisslsas' toS P.O. Bos m
FRED J. CROSS,
Consulting and Superintending
Plnctro'HjdraulIc Power Transmission
KEPORTH AND ESTIMATKa
FURNIHHKD. , . ,
With Catton-Nell Oo queen street.
OtBce next to Poi.Ufloe. lttt
J MES T. TAYLOR,
UiH Jil.ld lllodk, Tain, nil,
Honolulu Iron Worka Co
...'.'J'.1.'!!?.'' ".'"' ",0'UrM HWAII MA.
JIIM'IO of avtry capailty and da
xjllitloil mad In Hide) or work
ud mvli'lKD Pli'liH for Irrlaalloi
mri'j a apeliiy, Particular all.u.