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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, It T WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, 1901.
Lines ot tntel.
Forty-first Annual Statement
The Germania Life Ins. Co.
OF NEW YORK ,
TOR THE YEAR ENDING DLCEMDUR
Oceanic Steamship Company.
(The steamers of this line will arrlre
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
SONOMA Apr. 2
MARIPOSA Apr. 13
VENTURA Apr. 23
MARIPOSA vMay 4
SIERRA Max 18
MARIPOSA Kay 23
SONOMA June 4
and leave this 'port as hereunder:
FOR SAN FBANCISCO.
VENTURA Apr. 2
JaaBBBal aaBBBW am Laaaaaaw -.1 H f fb aaaS' aaal f 1 aaal obb.obbbV saw I 1 aaaa bbIi aaa ,,-i -jjl m aaBBBaaw m bbBbbbb
M VT'VVlaaaaaf l 'S'Ki V 7!ffiK'lKtd V -JflaSwaaT aaatTfi Lft aaafS. Mfi PftjM """ ift t77A. TSiaaaiW f 0 itF F JL
and company at 2. lNaicHcndachcWafcr a Miracle." 1 .sec you?
In connection with the sailing of the above teamra the agents ire pre
pared to Issue, to Intending passengers, coupon through tickets by any rail
road from Ban Francisco to all points In the United States, and from New
tfork by any steamship line to all European rSorti.
FOR FURTHER PARTICULARS APPLT TO
Wm. 6. Irwin & Co., Limited
GENERAL AGENTS OCEANIC S. 8. CO.
Pacific Mail Steamship Go.
Occidental and Oriental Steamship Cc, 'gs Toyo Kisen Kalsba
BlMBtrtof tk ttfeon coaptalM vltl cill at Hoaotola tad I tart ttlf port oa or ikon (
.lattl fctlow aMtIoi4 ,.
For Japan and China:
PtWtnt March jo
Gaelic April 6
HontkoncMiru April 16
China , Arrll 14
Doric May t
Por rostral lafomasoa raljr to
H, Hackfeld & Co,, Ltd., Agents.
Canadian - Australian Royal Mail Steamship Company.
For nstfal lafoma3oa raljr to
ssrsuuir. el IS. .ton llao. ruaalaf li coaaKttoa with taa CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY CO.
Iinm Vaocoovar, B. C. aaa Svooar. N. S. W nl calllaf l Victoria, C. C, Hoaololu nt Brlataaa
II IIVE AT HONOLULU 01 of about tb. Satoa BOlow atataa ll I
FROM VANCOUVER AND VICTORIA. B. C,
tr Brlabaoo aadSyloari
aaVTarootu tckatt la.uad Iron Hoaolulu lo Caaada. Uattao Stalti aad Eorosa.
otral laloraatlcn, apply to
Theo. H. Davlcs &
American-Hawaiian S. S. Co.
Direct Service between
NEW YORK, PACIFIC COAST AND HAWAIIAN ISLANDS.
S. S CALIFORNIAN, 6,000 tons, to sill early In April
!.S OREGONIAN, G.oootons, tosall
S S AMERICAN, 0,000 tons, tosall
S. S. HAWAIIAN, G.oootons, tosall
Freight received at company's wharf. 42J Street, South Brookll'n, at all times.
For further particulars apply to
C. P. MORSE,
General Freight Agent. H. HACKFELD & CO., LTD.,
Lines of Travel
ACROSS THE CONTINENT FROM
THE TRAINS DAILY
FROM SAN FRANCISCO.
TWO TRAINS DAILY
Only THREE DAYS to Chicago.
Only FOUR DAYS to New York.
Pullman Palace Sleepers. Buffet, Smok
ing and Library Cars, with Btrber
Shop and Pleasant Reading Rooms.
Dining Cars (Meals a-la-carte)
Free Reclining Chairs.
Pullman Ordinary Sleepers.
J. H. LOTHROP, General Agent,
IS Third street, Portland, Oregon.
D. W. HITCHCOCK, General Agent,
No. I Montgomery St., San Francisco.
E. L. LOMAX, G. P. k T. A.,
1471 Omaha. Nebraska.
Oa Ra & Iia Oo.
I. II 10 c4
Katatia.,,, ,,,,,,,, ,,,,
Walaaaa, ,,,,,, ....
IvaMIII -. Iia
faailCltr ,, , .il
mi, 0 10
y, C, Smith, ucm'l Pahs. A Tli
a. v. tin!
Wilder's Steamship Company
I HI.ICiUT AND
COH IMAM) I'llUTi
(jjutfal Uitnsgei (d
Tb KqulUble Mf iuQ,.nc b'ocU
Ol ths UnlUd BtU. lof Ibi MwlU
Off iai HrhiB iIim, ls
For San Francisco:
China April f
Doric . ....... ...April 9
Nippon Ma ru , April 19
FROM SYDNEY AND BRISBANE
For Victoria aeo Vaacoavor IB. C):
AomcI Arrll to
Moana. , May I
Aorangl Jifly j
Moana July i
M'owtra Aucuit iS
For r-nlrH aaa
Co., Ltd., Gcn'I Aftcnts.
Boer and line Dealers.
HAS A FINE LINE OF
Wines. Liquors, Btc,
FOR SALE BY THE GLASS OR BOTTLE
J. K. Mereeberg.
IktrOBTHRS, AND WlIOIiBBAI.il
Vine ana Lianor Defc
Aiaoti lor Ilia Bottlad Ralalar l)..r ol Matrl.
No. IB Nuuanu Street
Foatar Block. Honolulu, IUwaiukIius!.
P. O. Boa i it. Mutual Talapaoaa o8.
SODA WATER CO., Ltd.
Corner Allen and Fort Sts., Honolulu.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
The Mint Saloon
WM. CUNNINGHAM, Prop.
i On Nuuanu St., opposite Chaplain Lane
Is In the cltv Is wanted, tlie
Mint Is the place to go.
A beer garden, a line leidlng
room, and a spacious an j airy
bar room are just a tew
of the attractions.
J, II, McDonough It the man
ager, His assistants are W,
Hilary, Bonnie Lemon
and Wally Davis,
If tou call once, yoj will all
No Hm to Hum,
Uut Ik'ur to llfat the llaml
I.AUQI1 invoilb op ,
in uKAiiimr nu no run
It lldVnt fniim to May , it' gimj
f.iM, hit ww' Hluii. HMD'
)j uvery ninutl).
U II. PPPi rrop,
take Gessler's Magic Headache
AT ALL DRUGGIST. PRICE lot 20. THE25SIZE HOLDS FOUR TIMES ASMANY ASTHEIO.
Instruments filed for record April 2,
First Party Second Patty
Tr Oahu College H S LoveUIn
T Metcalf J Kldwell
D Kuplhea M F Lucas
TrOahUCollege M 1 Zlegler
Instruments filed fui record April 3,
First Patty Second Party
J A Thompson C Brown Tr
S M Barrett H A Llndley
I. Kelllwalwalole Pioneer Mill Co Ltd
, Trs Oahu College W W Chamberlain
.RECORDED MARCH 29, 1901.
Bishop Panopoll to Puna Sugar Co, D, Mar 27. I9U 35 tres, Walakahlula, Puna,
Hawaii. Book 217, page 449. '
RECORDED MARCH )o, loot.
Bishop & Co to Harng Lure Kee & Co, Rel, Mar jo, iooij Mtg Nam Chong 8: Co
(Rice Plant'n, &c, Ilanarepe, laual.) )oco. Book 170, page 142.
K Kerala to Chew Wo Ctcng Co, L.
nunuiuiu, uauu. o cars uoni jn 1. i'i,
J K Gandall to H K Wright. D, Mar 7,
OjIiu. Si.' Hook 222, page 104.
A Mortis to II Apol. L.Drc jt. iqoo; piece
'rom Jan 15, 1901, at iOzo. Bonk 211;, p ge
W R Castle to Western & Haw'n Invst.
,.,,, . ' v ,,,,, ' ..
v-ajuc iu iuk ui, nci. .njrws,
Oahu. 5350. Book 179, page 2:6.
F J Amweg and wife to Wes'ern & Haw'n
54, Pacific Heights, Honolulu, OjIiu. fsooo.
J K Gandill to A K Gandall, D, Mjr 15,
Oahu. l. Book 217, page 454-
L L McCandless to H T II yselJen, Rel,
ituiaoKanua, innoiuiu, uanu. si. book
A v oeareiai ton 1 nayseiaen, u, .Mar 28. iooij lot 32, blcck U of grant 3400,
Kulaokahua, Honolulu, Oahu. 53250. Book 222, pjge 105.
1 vv a,,L ,0 ...ifl u k .... . ,. . ' i- ,
Walalua. Oahu. $250. B)ok 221, pige 165.
y ,. r.r.'.i.U wiim ., ..v y u wut,
H T Hayselden and wife to C Brown Tr, M, Mar jo, 1901: lot 32, block B, Kulao
kahua, Honolulu, Oahu. Ji6:o, 3 yrs at 8 per cent Book 221, page 16G.
J Hamilton to Supt Pub Works, D, Alar 2G, 1901; por grant 3645, Walpunalel, N
Hllo, Hawaii, ft. Book 217, page 458. (
H Brandt to G N Wilcox, D, Mar 30, 1901; R P 6200, kul 34joB, Llhue, Kauai,
f 1000. Book 222, page 108.
JI Brandt to G N Wilcox, D, Mar 30, loot; R P 5197. kul 4544, Llhue, Kauai. JG00.
Book 122, page 109.
L Kaholno to Supt Pub Works, D, Mar 16, 1901 ; por lot 28, Walpunalel, N, Hllo,
D Wulbers and wife to Supt Pub Works, D, Mir 22, 1901; por grant 3644, Walpu
na el, N Hllo, Hawaii. St. Book 217, page 458.
B P BlshortoS Ma e'ona. D. Mar 20. 100
ma, Horoblu, Ualiu. ."-250. Book 222, page
IN EXPORT TRADE
Figures for February Show Largest
Exports of History With Conse
' quent Decrease in Imports
-Prosperity is Real.
Washington, I). C, Murch 20. Kx
ports from the I'nlted States continue
YANiS 1 lEADi
to Increase, nnd tho fl.cal year 1901 w ' w momns entng witn icu
scems destined not only to break all I """'' "ro WMC-0.000 below those of tho
records, but perhaps touch tho mhiou'
and a Iinlf-billlon line. For tho twelve!?1"' wiiiio liiose or tno iweivu momns
months ending with February tho lo.irniiing witn lei.nmry, iwi nro nisn
till I $I.49U.1UI,SE, nnd for tho eight MKly l"'Imv t twelvp ""'"ths end
months of tho nscnl year Is ll.0IC,lS5,. '" wl"' I'Vhriiary. 1U0O. Tho total lm
374. Thus the ncurd prcH'tited by I",r,H ' lliu -,Ktt months ending with
i. inns ine ri'curu prvkviiivi iiy
0 Ftliruary stuteiiiinl of the Treas.
y Bureau ot Statistics nt least sug-
tho February statement of the Treas.l
gists a hilllon uiid a half record for tho
fiscal year 1901, since tho twelve
mouths (.tilling with IVIntiarj nru los
than JlH.OOO.Oijd lidow Hint sum, nud
tho eight months of tho lineal year an
f5,(iuo,0o0 iiImai) Hio propnrtlon which
eight months of tho twelve luiludvil
In Iho llfci'ul 'r wouM ha rulli'd upon
to furnish of a (l.5oo,ouooi) total.
Nu ulght inoiitliE' pirlod In tho hl
tory of oir ixport trmlo hIiowh as luign
iv tiitul of imports as tho tight momlii
ciiillng wltli February. 1901. Tho to
tal exports during ihm period urc, ns
above liidli'uttd, t.Oin.1t.5.:i7l. imuliut
191(1,174,171 In he lorienpuiiilliiK
liiumhs uf lust ytar und ffluS.OUrt.hM In
eight months of thn llmal yoar W1,
hutlim ihua ipiuahvil iiiurr ilmu 59
pe- urn In thu years
The fukuiublt Imliiiuv of lriult, or
fCESSURSi will refund
s HAUIC tho rnnnoy
i mnm itooro,
a headache in 20 minutes
Dec 22, 1000: R P 1979, kul 1137,
ai J05. dock 219. p.ige 213.
1901; piece land Emma Stieet, Honolulu,
land Kapalama, Honolulu, Oahu,
i, 1001. t
Co, A M, Mar22, 1901; Mtg Aylett on K
' 5 ; "TV". PaKe lo'' '
nwi; ieanoiu, crop c, manoa, Honolulu,
Invst. Co, M, Mar 22, 1901; lots 54 &
Bjok 221, pjge lO).
1901; piece land Emma Street, Honolulu,
Aar 28 1901; lot 32, block B of grant 3400,
222, page 10$.
"!., "" J, IVWI, kLIUIU 44, latliaiiailUI.
: ror R P tSm. kul 771.1R. an m 1. P.il.v
0000 000 0000000 o
.excess ot exports oter Imports, shows
an tcn greater Inctease, being HV2,
221.904 for the eight months ending
with rcbniary. ngnltist $3l,21D,s7 In I
tho same months of tho preceding fiscal !
year, and (Gl, 172,0 10 In eight months of
the fiscal year 189(1. No eight months
In tho history ot our export trado has
shown as largo exports or as largo an
excess of exports over Imports as that
ending with Tobruary, 1901, and no
twelve months' period ending with
February shows ns largo exports or as
largo an cxccis of exports over Imports
as does tho twelve months period end
ing with February, 1901.
On tho Import side the figures are
also satisfactory. Tho Imports of Feb
ruary, 1901, arc nearly $5,000,000 less
than those of February
1900, and tllOSO
. . ao. .a ...no
corresponding months of tho preceding
1 Wiinry were io'.ugu.-jm), ngnltist
mo clglit iniinuis or tno
preceding llnrnl your, and 1511.191,831
In tho clglit mouths ending with Feb
ruary, lS'jtj, Thus tho Imports of ths
' eight months' period show In thn five
J'O.iU 11 itcci I'tiHit of about 120,000,000,
whllo thn exports show 11 n lurreiiso of
'over $100,000,000, comparing tho eight
months ending with February, 1901
, with Iho eight months eliding with
Tho following tubln shows tho I'd),
riiiiry InipoilH snd oxporls In ench year
from IS'J'I to 1901 1
ison t ns.iTs.un 1
1 btts W .07 1,0 1 9
III. Ill 7. 1 VI
lauu , , ,
San Krnnclsco, March 20. All last
nlfiht c tiny light con 1.1 1 teen from
the cliffs above Baker's beach, dancing
on the wares a few hundred yards oft
shore In South bay. It was the anchor
light 'it a launch moored to what tho
occupants believed to ho tho wreck of
tho steamship Hio de Jauelro.
For a week past flsocrmen and oth
ers who have had occasion to bo In
tho vicinity of South bay have noticed
a man In a small boat drifting about
In what appeared to be nn aimless man
ncr. In this boat was AI I'. Sorrnson,
an experienced diver, who had for his
object tho study of tides and currents.
with the hope of locating ultimately
. ,.. ,.,,. ij,
lui; WHT.R Mt 1111- IIIU,
After ho had satisfied himself fully
ns to tho possibilities of tho situation,
, ,,, ln.n i,i, .,,nn,i,.nro m N'vi-nni
nnd William Moc, and tho three men
went out Sunday morning with sound
ing lines, prepared to spend the day In
search of tho wreck. 80 close wore So-
return's catetilatlons that within nn
hourf 1(0 jcclarcs. tho lion gave lack
tho sound of meeting other Iron, and
. .. , , .. ..,.'.
when It wn" drawn to ' BUrfa-e rd
.. . I ..,.. .. I J .Jk...
Ing to It, to .show that something be
sides rocks had been found at tho hot
tofai of tho bay.
In order to bo doubly assured ot the
find, tho men went out -ostcrday morn
ing nnd tried again at tho same spot
with oven better result, they dcclaro.
for they brought up white paint from
tho deckhouse of the ship, nnd sound
cd from ono to tho other until they
were satisfied that they had tho Hlo
and her exact location. The vessel.
they say, was lying with her stern In
shore, covered by six fathoms of wa
tcr, and her bow pointing toward mid
channel, her smokestack and spars
pointing to tho cast.
4 06 10 t6
4 1? .M
6 10 t.i
3 10, n ou
Monday .. ..
Full Moon on tho 3d at 2:50 p, in.
TM.Ta frum thn ITfiltf.il KrntrH (Tnlftt
fti(J acoilct,c Survcy rMct,
Tho tides at Kahulut anil Hllo occur
about nn hour earlier than at Honolu
lu Hawaiian Standard Tlmo Is 10b. 30m
slower than (Ircenwlch tlmo, bolus
that of the meridian of 157 30. Tho
tlmo whlstlo blows at 1:30 p. 111., which
Is tho snmo as (Irccnwlch Oh, Om.
Musters of vtBm'U sailing from this
ioit for Han Francisco will llnd Ihoro
a branch of Iho U, H. Hydrographlo
OlIUo located In tho Merchants' lln
change, where Is inalntnlnod for their
pinetlt freo of charge, complete vits
nf charts imd directions of the. world,
lUilt'St Information can bo ohtulneil re
garding lights, dangers to navlgatlnl
.and nil matters of Interest to ocetn
Tho sver popular lliilnler beer a be.
coming u lioiiaehoM wiird nud "will
vim Imvn n glass nf Hi'iittlo," Is mor
nfli'li heard limn anything olsn. Tim
Criterion tf.iloon has thu brer nil lap Pf
Uliimii lalini liii'iiiin ilumii 'ilk Tliu
llilllstlli I'lllilUlilllK Co er.phos lin of
Mtf.llMl.ai'll i.perliuiiv Ullll IlllUtli. al'lll III Dili Job
lJII,(i9Mia'ili'wiiimiit. TImU's li) u nru luni
ll',9i,arai inn mil iho b(i jib wnrlt In town.
riiiu Jli I'flDllim M
A meetlne of the share holders of the
HONOLULU STOCK YARDS CO.,
LTD., will te held In Honolulu on MON
DAY Arrll Mth. 1001. at 2 o'clock d. m
at the office of J as. F. Morgan, O5 Queen
St , to take action to amend BY LAWS
and any other business that may be pre-
m-ihcj. jna. 1 mimumi,
Election oT Officers
At the recular annual meetlne of the
stockholders of U. PICK & CO., LTD.,
held this day, the following officers and
directors were duly elected for the ensuing
james l.. mcLean rresiueni
W. Wolters Vlce-Preldent
E. Peck Treasuierand Manager
C. C. Conradt- Secretary
N. B. Gedge Auditor
The above officers constitute the Board
C. C. CONRADT,
Honolulu. March V). loot. i8o2-iw
Election of Officers.
At the Adlo'jrned Annual Meetlne of the
stockholders of the INTER-ISLAD
STB AM NAVIO ATION CO., LTD.. held
this day, the following Officers and Di
rectors were duly elected for the ensuing
J. Ena President
James L McLeanM.vlce-Presldent
N. E. Gedge Treasurer
C. H. Clapp Secretary
T. W. Hobron Auditor
DIRECTOS: J. Ena, G. N. Wllco,
A. S. Wilcox, W. O. Smith. August
Dreler, H. M. Von Holt, J. M. Dowsett.
C. H. CLAPP,
Honolulu. March n. looi. I7Q7-2W
Proposals for Beef Cattle.
OrFICU OP THE HOARD OP HEALTH.
Honolulu, T.H., April 2, 1001
Proposals will be received at the oltice of
the Board of Health up to 12 o'clock noon,
Wednesday, April loth, 1901, forsupplylng
the Leper Settlement, Molokal, with beef
cattle for tht period of six months ending
September jAri, 1001, under the following
conditions, namely :
1. The contractor to supply fat beef
cattle to weigh not less than 350 lbs., net,
whe.i dressed, In lots averaging about 93
heaJs per month, more or less, as may be
specified by the Supetlntendent.
2. The Contractor must specify whet
her he shall deliver the cattle (1) at the
Leper Settlement or (2) f.o.b steamer or 13)
at the landing specllieJ by the contractor.
Hides, tallow and offal to be the pro
perty of the Board.
The bid must be for the price per pound
dressed weight or per head.
The Board does not bind Itself to accept
the lowest or any proposal.
J. H. RAYMOND,
President Board of Health.
FOR BALLAST !!
J White and Black Sand
1 In Quantities to Suit....
EXCAVATING - CONTHACTED
CORAL AND SOIL FOR SALE.
nsr Dump Carts furnished by the dtj
m Hour's Notice.
II. R IIITCIICUCh
Merchant St., In M. D. Monsarrat'sortice,
DryH for Frelfilit
Our representative meets all Incomlnc
iteamers from the Coast indue (heel'
baggage on all outgoing iteinirri,
Wlille and BUck SjdiI For Stir
Oflice with Evening liullct lit. aio Klur
W. LAHSEN, M'fr.
When Vou W&qfe e Iig
HINU UP THK.
O - ! - W - B
Uviy. Boardinsf and
Sales Stables, t : ;
- M 'T HT)tl"i
HUhla 'I'hmisi 477
110, WUm 'I'lioima. SU uiul 7
Bonds and Mortgage on
lreiil Kstatc $U,26,062.
Domestic and Foreign , ;,
State, City, Ilallrond and
other Bonds owned, Mar- ,
kct vnluo , 7,EI3,600.M
Ileal Kstate owned, Includ- '
Ing Ofllce Buildings Jn
tho United States and
Cash deposited In Hanks .' oSI.MZSS
Cash on hand nnd In transit
(slnco received) 172,G37.
Loans on Policies In force 1,330,2C8.CO
Net or Invested Assets De
cember 31st, 1900 2C,C7(,9l3.5o)
Interest and Itcnts due and
Balance of year's pre
miums, not jet due (full
reserve charged In Lia
bilities), net 303.935.SX
Premiums In course of
transmission (full re
servo charged In Lia
bilities), net 178,451.92
Total Assets December
31st, 1900 127,378,533.30
rtescrvo fund for all out
standing Policies In force
December 31st, 1D0O, cal- " '
culated on the as sump- ' ""
tlon that the Company's
Investments will earn In
terest at tho rate of 4
per annum 123,023,301.09
Additional Reserve Pund
required to placo the
Company on a 3&
basis for all outstanding '
Roservo Fund for Extra
Risks and Surrender Val
ues, etc 101.CC0.1I
Unadjusted Claims 155,252.12
Unpaid Dividends of 1900
duo to Policyholders. . . . C0.299.8t
Reserve Fund for Divi
dends to Pollcyholdsra:
Paynblo In 1901
quent to 1901
as Dividend '
Total Mnbllltles 125,855,231.9!
Surplus as regards Policy
Total Assets $27,378,533.30
From tho foregoing statement of
Assets there Is excluded (ns Is usual
with this Company) every Item which.
Is not admitted by tho State Insurance
Department, and n vory conservative
valuation Is put upon the various items
Manager, Hawaiian Islands,
Judd Hulldingj, Honolulu.
. . .TELEGRAPH
On and After the 2nd of Marck
messages In plain language will be accept
ed fot transmission between tit
places mentioned below :
Ka Laau, Molokal ,
Maunalei, l.anal; and
I Lahaina, Maui,
The charge for such messages will be at
the rate of 20 cents per word nf is lette.-s.
minimum charge f 2, until further notice.
When telephone connections are avail
able me5Siges may be handed to the tele
phone company to be forwarded to desti
nations other than those mentioned above.
In othtr cases special messengers may
be employe J.
1 he cost of special delivery Is not In
cluded In the chatge at 20 cents per word.
If the cost Is known It must be paid by
the sender w hen the message Is handed in.
If unknown, It must be paid by the ad
dressee when the message Is delivered.
Honolulu Office, iMagoou Block.
A THI-WLI Kl V JAIANI.Si! NI-WS-I'AI'l
It. II.IKI'.!I NTS THU Mil
i:i.i.mi:nt amono tiiii japani-si-
Proprietor, .Dr, T. Mltaniuw,
Editor Y. Klmura,
Ol I ICI-KUKUI UNI'.
P.O. Ilnx RiJj Tel.. Willie m
HAWAII SIIIMPO SUA
The Pioneer J4panee Printing office,
The Publisher of "HAWAII SIIIMPO,',
lha only dally Jaranata f.m tuHUUi
lo II,. f.nlioiy cl lltn.ll . . . ,.
Y. SOU A, tfdltor.
C, blllOZAWA, Proprietor
ItiY- Hditoihl and printing Oflice, max
King brldyt Khiktrrcl, P Q II a Vy.
Subsrrilvrs lo llv HUL
UiTIN not weivlns tuer A?-
Pm pIVIIipill' Will fOllhf 1?
fmvr h Holitvitu. V vwr
hms row, inpiioiw iifT
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