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HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII. TUESDAY. APRIL 30. 1001
Price 5 Oi:nt8.
WATCHMEN TEll . ,
US OF THE HOUR
Is This the 60th Day
Or What Day
HOUSE VOTES TO
UPHOLD ITS JOURNAL
Rejects Senate Bill and Then Discusses
Its Differences With the Governor
-Republicans Begin to Pack
Up Their Duds.
jJtThc Homo convened promptly nt 0
o clock this morning. The minutes
were rcnd,-ncludlng those of the night
i tesslonr v
Kumalae -moved to adopt the minutes.
IJceklcy moved to sttlko out nil tho
minutes nfter Hint section whoro It
stated that tho vice-speaker had de
clared the House adjourned thtough
lack of a quorum. Robertson objected
to those who were absent from the i
evening session voting, but the Speak-Mlto
tr ruled against him.
Tho mlnuteu wcro finally corrected
n:ordIng to Deckley'c motion. Ayea
11, noes 12.
A message war received from Secre
tary Cooper, announcing that Gover
nor Dole had signed Act 11, iclatlng to'
A bill flUng the compensation of
pilots was received fioro tho Senate,
nnd was passed on, first reading after a
1 little discussion.
Crabbo's, Joint resolution naming tho
holidays was received trom tho Senate.
After somo discussion tho resolution
wax referred to the Judiciary Commit
tee. During somo of tho lengthy discus
sion In which tho Independents were
prominent, some of (ho Republicans
were seen to begin ilcan out thclt
tcAlf. rnd tn nnrlr Itn thulr tlttlu hn.
longlnr, -O'lfi'lar. had nutto.ii largo, I flfpcf FvifiPtlfP
bundle done up In n newspaper, on tho .ktiUOl LYiUWIIk'W
top of his desk, and about all tho other
Republicans were ready to "start for
tho front nt a moment's notice."
A hill, relating to n llcenso for sell
ing anlmnls, was ro'cehed from tho
Senate, nnd reported on first reading,
The Committee on Judiciary reported
on House Resolution 117, changing tho
calendar so that today would be the
sixtieth dny of tho session. Tho com
MltUe deemed It unwl30 to change the
calendar at this late c'nto. Robertson
did not concur, stntlng that the "truth
is truth," no matter what lnmo ex
cuse was offered to bolster up the argu
ment of tho opposite side. Maekkali
advised that care should bo used In
dealing wltn the reports, nnd that no
railroading should bo done In such an
Important matter, for lie held that It
was the sixtieth day of the session.
Acroidlng to tho rederal Attorney to
moriov.- was the last rir.y.
nmmeluth choso the Journal as his
Bulde, "right or wrong."
Dickey said: "If, a thing Is wiong,
It should not be stuck to, as Mr. Em
meluth has ndvlsed. I for one, would
like nothing better than to have
enough time In which to get through
(.he Loan bill, but under the existing
circumstances It is Impossible. A
crime was committed last night, when
the House failed to pass the Loan bill,"
Prendergast switched off on tho Loan
hill, and stated that the bill Was not
good for It gave $150,000 to the sower
nRC nnd nothing to tho rtrccts. It wiis
far better to have good streets than
h sewer system that did not work,
Makekau gave nmmeluth another
)lg because of his "right or wrong"
policy, objecting to the calendar on
the grounds that the Journal was
Kelllkna wanted to change his placn
In the majority report an ho hod sign
ed It In haste. Ho agreed with Rob
ertson In tho matter.
Ueckl-y stated that tho vote on the
We w lull t) announce .to the
public Ilia , bv thr terms nf
a icntract yt slgnc-J, the
ELECTRIC ROAD of the
RAPID TRANSIT CO.
V li lr luinirdUtrlv extrilJ'J
Hi" ic'l i I'nicHI Is, follow
ing tlie Hue ot our null) boul
etfirJ, rnnftrmliun u brgln AT
UNCI:, nnJ thf.ua! will bf
In (irrrjllon wllliln (ujr
ini'lilllf, giving a 50,
CASTLB & UNSDALB
WUIltG 111113 :
measure would show who were the
Governor's supporters and be moved
the previous question.
RoberSon slated that Washington's
Birthday1 was not set aside as a legal
holidayeither by tho Territorial Sta
tutes or by tho United States Con
Biess. .Any work carried on by tho
Legislature after today, would only
bo declared Illegal by the courts In
charge of the case.
The majority report was Anally car
rled. Aes 15. noes 14. Noes Aylett,
Dickey, Ew-allko, ailflllan. Hoogs,
Kelkl. Kekaula, Kclllkoa. Kumalnc.
Makekau, Monsarrat, Nalllmn, Robert
son and Wilcox.
The House then took a recess until
Be a May Day
Visitors from the North aro led to re
ma k concerning the elaborate prepara
tions for tho May Day celebration:
How does It come that May Day Is ob
served here where you have Mav time
the whole year round?"
"In England," continued the critic,
"where tho celebration of May Day
originated many many years ago, It
meant something. It was an expres
sion of Joy on the occasion of n change
of season. The rigors of winter having
gone nnd the birds having come; the
white snow had been .replaced by a
sudden burst of green sward. Tho re
animation of nature following the
deathlike embrace nf winter, lias a pro
found Influence upon tho people who
In the North. It makes tho hearts
of old people glad, and tho coming ot
May Is a signal of Joy for tho children.
'Consequently, It Is an ancient En-
gllsh custom to celebrate with dancing
on the green, tho advent of spring. The
May-pole dance, the crowning ot the
May Queen, the music and the frolic
pome children all have a meaning un
der Chose circumstances.
"Hut the rites or observances III fit
n place like Hawaii, where May lasts
the lho long year and always. All In
stitutions nnd every queer observance
or custom, have their birth In tho na
tural conditions of a locality. They
Bpieqd to other places where condi
tions are similar; but they cannot bo
transplanted tn alien climes.
"Mny Day will never have n meaning
On Plumbers Strike
This afternoon tho headquarters ot
the Plumbers' Association ou Fort
street gics no signs of the war of the
lead pipe men slated for tomoriow.
The ntmnsphero however Is laden
with an ominous quM. One plumber
was sitting In a corner reading n Sal
vation A I my tract. Another was nurs
lug an Injured blind In which symp
toms of blood poisoning havo appeared.
Two others were at u table p!a)lng a
two-handed game of solitaire.
"Going to be n strlko tomorrow?"
said the reporter. Tho four plumbers
lazily raised their heads, and In a
chorus of silence pointed to a black
board. On the blackboard somo rhul of
Vardlcy had drawn a pictorial repre
sentation ot what tho l lumbers expect
will happen tomorrow. The Journey
men were all lined up at Bishop's bank
making big Inroads on the" cash re
serve of that Institution. Figure No.
2 showed them boarding a boat for
'Frisco. Flguro No. 3 showed the mas
ter plumbers of Honolulu holding a
bankrupt sale ot plumbing material,
piepaiatory to going nut of business.
CAMPBELL STILL AT IT.
Marston Campbell Is feeling first
rnte with the results achieved by tho
Road Depaitment, even though two
thirds of tho forte wus forced to retire
by the shortage ot funds. Tbo woik
has been done with material from only
been made. On Wilder avenue over
'0,000 saquarc feet of'macndam has
been put down. Woik has moved for
fiord on Hotel street. Queen stieet and
J.lllha. The Maklkl crusher has fur
nished the stone for all these plates
besides material for lho construction
of the piers for the School street
bridge over Nuuanu stream.
Concerning the grading done on LIU-
ha. Superintendent Campbell says It Is
practically completed from King to
Vineyard street ami lis cost uut to
exceed I 1100.
Reception for Miss Reynold.
The reception extended til Miss A.
M. Re) nobis by the members of thn
Young Women's Christian Association
Dt IIih home of II, 1'. Dillingham at
I'liiiiilnm was a very pleasant and suc
cessful affair The spacious kiiiiiiiiIs
with billllunll)' Illuminated. Music,
light refreshments an I sorlnl peusui
were lho Older of lho evening.
The guests vw'l" premiillcd Id MI'S
lie) nobis by Mrs II I!. Ciilemuil, lho
Hilling serii'fui) or Dili HIV
Ml" lenoi! Is Hie World's Hi-rc
tcr of (lit) v w r A and Is on her
vvn from Hie Orient m tho Mainland.
Hin HIUI mi llllt'ltSillllK Mddll mi
(lit iiuidi'iits "I'd menu i(f her iimvmI
I THU WATJWMAN lltUAl, I'OIIW
, VAIN I'UN. All IW, nil ll"". II
' WUWN '
Tin turnip jmiMln, 1$ fnil yn
I POST Off!
How Letter'Writers May
Help In tjie Good
THOUSANDS OF LETTERS
., IMPROPERLY ADDRESSED
Dream of Free Delivery in This
City May be Only a Dream
Since Louis Kennke returned from
bis trip to the Coast tn Inspect post
ofllces, numerous Imamnements bate
been Inaugurated In tho ofTleo here.
Tho Improvements Imp been various'
matters ot detail which aro apparent to
ono passing through the olllco during
Quite a lot of post oflicc furnltu" baa
nrrlved and has been Installed V l-h
facilitates the handling of bi'slms on
rush dnys. Tho different divisions of
tho working force have been separfd
and all branches now move along with
far less friction.
Tho public has move than once been
lcmlnded of the heavy handlcnp under
which the Honolulu post omie labois.
Hut a walk thro 'sh tho olllco In the
early mniiilng hou.s, with n guide to
oxplaln the movements of the different
slaves at their toll, shows that thcri
are slow -people outside of tho post
office and that they nil do not live at
Washington, I). C Thn Honolulu post
ofllcc has 1.000 boxes. It is a remark
able fact that an avcrago of fourteen
different persons get their mall from
one box. This does not mean fourteen
ir one family, but fourteen persons ot
different names. Tho slave who dis
tributes tho local mill bad thiown
B.000 letters by 9:30 a. m. today. Less
than one-tenth of this bundle ot letters
had the box number with tho address.
Great drops of sweat wc-ro rolling down
this blave's faco as he tried to hurry
through this enormous pile In time to
get It nil out by the tlmo the business
men mado their first call for their let
ters. The letters without box num
bers, nnd which could not bo connected
with their proper destination at once,
were turned qver to another slnvo
whose position Is known as the "sweat
box." It Is his business tq Btrugglo
through a book and find the box num
btrs of persons to whom letters aro
nddressod. The number that reach him
for treatment Is only a fow hundred
dally. The man who handles the blft
bundle of letters knows most of the
Every day about 3,000 letters comn
Into tho ofllre from peoplo who forget
to put on the box number In civilized
countries, the box number Is never left
Within a very short time the general
delivery svstem-nt tho post ofTleo will
be radically altered. Tho number of
windows will bo Increased and their
size cut down to port holes. Tho pub
lic will then call at tbo window cor
responding to tho letter with which
their namo begins.
"What about freo delivery," said tho
reporter, as he passed a man nt a desk.
BOYD DOES NOT
RETRACT A WORD
Mr. Robert llojd. the spokeman of
the rommltteu of live which called on
tho Governor vestcrday with refereuru!
to the matter of the extension of tho
bcHnluii of tho Legislature, was s'en
this moinlug with leferencc to certain:
denials mailu by Governor Dolo In thuj
Advertiser this morning. Mr, lloydj
"The Governor spoke In thn Hawa
iian tongue ami ho did say lie knqvv
bilbery had been carried on In thu
This statement of Mr. Iloyd Is cor
roborated by C. II. Mullo and the re
mainder of the member of tho commit
tee who railed on thn Governor He
lug Hawaiian, lho wholo lot of them,
It Is hiirdl) likely that they were ime
lakui In what lie said I
Mr llovd fuithvr Hated Oils morn
lug Unit, while every word piiblUhtrf
111 lho Hull' 111) vttolerdiiy will) lifer
fiiro in Jils iiiuwi'i In Ouveinor )o)
ulien lio Hindu Hid iIiuiuii of brlbeiy '
pill) IIOI llUVV b'il Mid. kllll lll IMllj.j
(damn whs tb same, Tills Is also inr
lOI'OIHIWl II) HII IIHI IHIIHMt'fB I.I l4V
Mr Mufti wU, "I will m iflri
IukJii tMittf, Tm W' fthMi npiirwl
ll ib IMkUt) tf'to)' m mumi
In m' liipet MM Will HM )x
him 1 1 w. u uvmi iw ym w.
v m to htm- m mm mmmd
trim ftfih(MBsUf ku yuuu iiu) iiLftJNtt AJLl
"Free. delivery!' Tjhlnk of the aid that
has been given It by the Legislature."
said tho man at the desk. "Washing
ton Is running this post office. Light
streets, good walks and ninny many
things are required by Uncle Sam to
Vxls't In cities, before -he volunteers to
deliver mall at, tho homes of the peo
ple. "A free delivery system In Hono
lulu would practically require a special
dispensation of Providence and of tho
Postmaster General. Pome plnn will
have to bo devised to meet our peculiar
conditions. An ngent ot the depart
ment will bo here tn June. He will
probably recommend n scheme, after
he looks over the ground, which will
be the best.
"In the meantime, telt the dear peo
plo to put tho box number on their Ut
ters addressed to Honolulu and' obllgo
'li nil." ,
THE POPULAR OPHRA.
"Wang." tonight at the Opera House
by the Josephine Stiin'on Opera Com
pany, will undoubtedly draw the larg
est audience of thn season, If the ad
vance sale Is any ludh jchui.
Theatrical entertil,im"ii s and lb"
Impression they mai'.e upon tho puhlin
Is best attested by .h b i olflce sa'.i,
nnd If tho performance to b; given to
night Is as good as lho k.i'o Is l.tige a
successful' production mi be look'd
Miss Stanton enjoys playing tbo r!
of "Mataya." It fits this clever llltlc
woman tp perfection. Her seveia
solos nnil duets arc sp'trMIti'; nnd
snappy np'd the rnsemul work of the
choiusito sny nothing of Comedians
Kunkle rind Haney with tho fuimy
antics of. n huge elephant, and In
tweet singing of Lyillng nil go tn uuiko
up n decidedly rlever rntertalnn.eiit
"Wang" will be glven'tonlght only
At the May Day mitlneo tomorrow.
"The Maieotto" will be sung nt II
and ."0 cents while (llrolle-Glriillc"
will bo Thursday nlaln's offering b
special request "I'm Dnvolo" vlll bnl
ghen Saturdaj night with Henry Ilnl-I
iam nsithe bandit chlctuln.HinO n,hlrJ
roost longenial roles, nntwui i no
Saturday matliucHlils week, Wcdnii
day being subtltutcil.
POLICU ItASeiiALL TEAM.
Tho police are to have a baseball
team and that nt ome. Tho whole
movement has been started by Depu(y
Sheriff Chllllngworth who Is constant
ly on the lookout for the welfare of the
men under him. Matters have been so
arranged that not a man will bo taken
from hs work to take part In practice
or !n a full fledged came. Tl)e bojs
are most enthusiastic over the proposal
and hnvo already begun practicing.
Yesterday afternoon Mr. Chllllng
worth had several of the boys out prac
ticing on the drill shed grounds
Among tho number wero tho following:
I'nrney Joy (pitcher). Lieut. Leslie of
the mounted patrol (i atelier), George
a, Richardson and a number of oth
ers. Some very good work wiis done.
Tho police Intend tj go In to win
and will undoubtedly tnkc part In the
games that aro to follow In tho near
Josephine H. Tilden, who visited
these Islands a few months ago to col
lect mosses and other I ot.intral speci
mens for the University of Minnesota,
has sent to tho Commissioner Agrl-
'culture her teport to tho University
'it contains a catalogue ot over 100 Ha
waiian specimens and has stimulated
that Institution to consider Hawaii a
proper place to establish a tropical
botanical station. Such n station lint
been established on Vancouver Island.
now wo want proof. Had ho simply
said ho had heard on good authority
of bribery, tho thing would have been
different, but he said that ho knew
bribery had l'ii carried on.
"I might ask, why the Governor
gives bribery as ono of bis reasons for
not extending thn session, If he (annul
put his hand on tho patties inncerned,
Ho gives bribery as one of his reasons
for not extending tho session In his
Interview In the Advertiser today. Is
'.i possible that lho Chief Csecutlvii ol
the Territory (an make rumor one n
tils reasons for bringing tho prtseut
ktsslou of thu legislature to tin emit"
It might bo stand In i losing thul
this Is not the llrst time Governor Dolo
bus i barged bribery When Dm Hen
utii lommlttto dillid on him lb" oilier
day for the purpose of presenting u
Small) letoliiilou sskliig for an enter,
slim of His swsloii the Governor Hindi
Hie illuiK" of hither) lo Heiiutnr lvA
liuhu, giving lbl us one of his leamina
for not I'Mi-ndliiK the m'iwIoii. ll
dated ftillliw lliftl he did (tot mie in
rim this return In the loiivr whlvli ho
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I HI, QUEEN
Acted On Favorably By
The Senate This
SOLID REPUBLICAN VOTE
AGAINST THE HOUSE BILL
Cooper Reports a Bill Signed by
Governor-Senate Refuses to
Concur in a House
At this morning's session ot the Sen
ate tho House bill which provides for
J-l'.'.O.OOO for Lllluukalant to satisfy all
claims hgalnst the Republic of Ha
waii, now the Terrltor) of Hawaii, was
passed In third reading on n strict par-
t vote ot 'J to h and Is now lu the
hands of the Governor.
When 'the Setloje met this morning,
the clerk read n communication , from
tho'Socrctniv of the Territory to the
effect that the Governor had signed
"An" Act tb amend Section 1 Act 22 of
the Laws ot 69b, relating to gross
.Tho clerk then rejd a communlcj
Hon from the House announcing that
tho House had passed Senate bill 63
with certain amendments. This bill
1 elates to the homesteads ot house
holders. When the Senate acted on the
bill, the word "citizen" was substluted
by "person." The Home put tho word
"citizen" back again and tho Senato
rtfus"d lo concur In th's. All the oth
er amendments weic accepted. The
chair appointed Messis. Aehl, Knlauo
kalanl nnd White a conference com
mittee to confer with n like committee
of the House on the lunendment In
which thn Senate refused to concur.
Under suspension of tulcs. House bill
121, relating to the giving of. $250,000
to Queen LUluokalanl. to satisfy all
claims was brought up In second read
ing. The Republicans fought Ions
against the bill, saving that It would
never receive tho sanction of eltter the
Governor of tho Territory or of the
United States. To give the Queen
$230,000 In n lump sum wan nonsensi
cal. air. Aehl snld that 'ho person who
had framed the bill was really no
friend of the Queen. He might have
appeared to be such on the surface but
down underneath. It wan his Intention
that she should not get n cent. That
was thn reason the bill had been draft
ei", In tho way It appeared lu the Sen
ate. Mr. Carter, like the other speakers
on the Republican side, snld he tavoied
giving tho Queen something If the
bill were) nmended so s to allow her
t500 n month out of the Treasury she
would get something but tho bill before
the Scnntn would never bring her any
thing. Mr. Carter went on to talk I
about thn Family Compact and the mis
sionaries. He said hu was of a mis
sionary family but ho did not earn to
be Judged by his family. He wanted
tho pcuplo to Judgo by his actions. He
could not help It If he happened to bo
the rnttoon crop of a missionary.
Mr. Whlto icported back for tho
Judiciary Committee, recnmmendlnr,
tho passage of House bill 80. Tho re
port was adopted and third reading sit
for Mny 2.
At 11 15 o'clock, the Senate took a
recess until 2 o'clock.
MAY DAV FESTIVAL.
The arrangements havn lie-en com
pleted for the May Diy exercises to
morrow The children from all thn
schools will meet nt (tin drill shed and I
form In line, marching to the Capitol
giounds nt 10 a. m. Th? following pro
Mam will bo rendered:
Speech by Governor H. li. Dole.
Song Hawaii ... Z. A. P Newcomb
Hong Welcome My Woods .......
Normal and I'ubllc Schools,
Bung Da) break it. A. Vctr!" Jr.
"Sunny Manna" ,,
"A I'orest Ilamblu" .... I'ran Aid
"Homo Sweet Home"
May J'olu Danre,
lul "llnvvull I'nnnl,"
(bi '.'rilur Spangled lanner."
Mis. Alinls Montague Turner,
Hsbuidninlte tin ld us.
Mi pilars of the J,-e.Ulalure of ih
I.H111111'. IbMid of Udiiiwilim riiii
Ml 'fluids pro rordlil) Invited in b
prewm at (lie iUi
'I be imval jMifWMKxrt l4tU
Innisfurmt unlay by H. I' IU1I i
hkimsw, J, ". vm,m 'lbi
tmdit to Hi, iuii f' w
mft'V HP" wmK W ' fur "
yttrium. Hi yyHii ty U i.ui.j
if fJtert F M rSjito jc t I' f
UV m m wM Jwir
It Is learned on good nulhorit) that
when the legislature adjourns this af
ternoou. It will be for three das. In
accordance with the provisions of th
Oiganle Act and that, during th. In
terim, there will bo nn Investigation
Into the charges of bribery made by
Governor Dole This It Is rumorej will
be done b Joint renolutlon
IROQIIOISJO CRUISE '
The V. S 5. Iroquois will start on a
surveying cruise on the 15th of Maj.
She will mnek a tour of the Islands
nnd return to prepare for her trjp.to
Layron and Fanning Islands. '
PIRU ON WATERI'RONT.
There was great excitement on the
Intcr-Islatid wharf this morning soon
nfter the Maunn I.oa arrived. A tire
was discovered by I.ono. He gavo the
alarm ami 'Shanks" Mossiuau, who
was nearest to the conflagration, suc
ceeded in smothering the blaze before
It had dune much dnmagf.
Th" fire was started by ash" dropped
from a pipe In the hands of Captain
Thompson of the W. G. Hall. Thesn
ashes fell Into the trousers of Moss
man where the) were turned up nt th
bottom. The great presence of mind
shown b Missnian In putting out thn
fire saved him a trip borne In a barrel
To Lcnve In Alnnnn.
Among the passengers Intending to
liave In the Moana tor Vam&uvcr on
May D are the following:
Mrs. Mist. Miss Mist. Harry and Rob
ert Mist, all of whom ore going for
an Indetlnlto stay. They will proceed
first to unman) add will then go bad;
to the offfliome m Knclaud.
Mis. Ward nnd the Misses Ward who
are going to Ilanfl ni.d other places for
a long stay.
Mr. nnd Mrs. T. R. Walker who are
bound to Hngtand on nn ludeflalte stay.
Mrs. James Wiikellcid and family
f who aro alto bound hoTOc to UngtanJ.
Millionaire WoimIiIchh CIiccUh.
New York, April 17. Alonzo J.
W'hlteman, once Major of Du'.uth. at
terwurd a Minnesota State Senator and
ranrtldaee fur Congress, and at one
time a millionaire, wus sentenced to
two J ears and six months' irr.prlrtc
luent. He had been convicted In tbe
Court of O-neral Sessions of passing
worthless checks for $100 upon the Ho
tel Navarre last November.
prom Kona aid Maul ports, per stm'
Mauna Lai. April )o-C B Hle anj wife.
Miss E l) OrelEC. Miss li P Ch.imberl.iln,
Col Nortls, C H Shemeilioin. C Dovle.
C On Tal, A iea'e. JuJee G Clark. F J
lleh'e. Lee Hov, Mrs E fiarclav. Mls M
Nathaniel. J Morse anj wife. Mis K Ka
alkowahj, Mrs K Kapea, Mr K Kealoha
pauole, W A Wall, Rev W M Klncald. J
Hennessey, Mr: A Lemon, Mrs fi Dunn
nJ son, A A Henon, W H Crozler and
74 on Jcck.
i'orlllloanJ way rotts, perstmr Kinau,
April io Mtss Mary Brooks Miss Uic
learj. Mrs J J Carrelro, M D Monsarrat.
Mls Uav Brill. Mrs P Johnney. T E
Hobbs. W Haoth. Mrs E M Loebensteln.
Mrs S E Keditwav and daughter, T R
Keyvyor h, IVHaenel and wife, H Deacon.
G llaenel, Mljs More. A C Ge-hr, H B
Gthr, Mrs E S Gill. A II Simlth, R H
l-nng, R E Starr. Sheriff Andrews. V A
Wall and wife. N A Sager, P A Schmidt,
l:r Mcljughlln. C l.ycjrgLS, J H Morag
ner, F E Kichinlun, A Shlerholtz. V G
Goss. C ri Meller. R I Randolph. W
Vavvter, Mrs A Qarke, Ur Raymond,
Canl H E Soule, John MauJ, J H l.'chtlg,
C t Mlchael, 11 S Mrknes, F J Pulley.
For Molokal potts, per stmr Lehui, April
lo-ll R HKIuock. CHulle, MrsD vAc
Corrls'on, S HUJeh.
FOR LADIES AND
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