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rtVwNINfl IIUI.I.H.TIN. HONOLULU, IT. T. MONDAY, 1)HC. 16, 1901.
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Published Kvcry Day Kxrept Siindny,
at 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T II., by tlio
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mittee which will ko to Washington
lo do business with n Itepubllraii
President and a Urpubllran Congress,
Post OHlce llox "IS
MONDAY DKCKMIIIIU 1, 1101
The election of Janus Lewis now
makes tlio legislative membership
complete. Will the fiovcrtior now do
his duty by calling upon tho Legisla
ture to put tho finances of the Terri
tory on a sound working basis.
Ing loudly for Chinese exclusion, lead
ing the light In lact, It light It may lu
called. Leading men (it the city and
particularly the men In political Ilia
liao vied with each other In their I there Is but ft slnclo member who h
"exclusion" sentiments. Senators and, In tolltlcal sympathy with tho party
Itcprescntatlveg of tho whole wi-sUro which Is In control of the nation's nf
conn have not evidenced the least! fairs nnd to which California, must
ajmptoni of lukowamncss on the sub-l look for protection against tho Chi
jiTt. Ihesu men should, of course, bo iiesc hordes. The caso hag been pro
ttedded with a gool degree of liulo- Judlceil at tho outset by giving to the
l-inurrrc of thoiiR'it, but It Is likely agitation nn.nroma of partisanship
thai ecu they will not deny thut tho and strongly suggesting to tho states-
nt.ili..i. .ni.llini.nt ... n 1.,nrn IMtltll, mmi frlim ulllini Wft 11 TO SPekltltf ftS-
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What e of Hawaii can fee unit np- iiinnui-r nun may nw m ". "
predate In fan Kranelseo Is gulng ou , nnice. The most encourjglng miorls
nil oer the I'nlun, In every illy and rnmo from Washington of n wldo en
luwn whrie orngulxcil labor exist dorsement of tho policy of Chinese ex
Its growfh has been stiong and Heady, elusion. President Iloosevclt Is on
The ileveloiiment of tho labor element ' record as In favor of It, and will glv
In national life has not been without nil his Influence In behalf of tho ro
Itu in, tnunt.i liiriilenu Hint h.4vn scrv-l enactment of the law. Thus, the
ed In many Instances to injure thf
pre. tlgo of labr and enuslng mat.)
honed moii tu misconstrue the undo;
lltiK motive, but nevertheless tin
uinnh of labor has been contlimouslv
foiuurd until It now occupies a posi
tion which demands n wide ilegno of
tiintldeme and eonsldi ration. Those In
in political life "for what there Is In
It" have como to know that labor Is a
mighty strong ally as well as a dan
gerous enemy, and the thoughtful men
blunders of the California convention
may not have the unfortunate effects
that might havo resulted otherwise.
Nevertheless, let It be known thnt the
llxanilnor nnd Its coterio of small poll
tlcl.ine havo done every fool thing
possible tu block the wheels.
Oovcrnor Dido having staled posi
tively that he has not resigned nnl Im
plied thnt he does not Intend to re
sign, It Is now his duty to so conduct
the Territorial ndmlnlsttntlon In a
manner that will advance tho public ur the enuntrv.bv reason of the ugita
work nf tlio Territory, not keep It In t0 f t,0 ,,il(ir question havo given
Its present moribund condition. I n,c matter more serious attention and
- I liavv found n deal of good honest sober
The Presbyterian church of Kasl siuse In the ranks of thoso whom som
Orange, N. J., Is calling Its pastor to people mo pleased to class as witless
account becnuse ho devotes so little agitators.
tlmo to the Gospel nnil so mucn vo experience nas suovvu mai noi niij
writing novels. Tins nuion or uiu nor even a lining proportion ui me
church Is entirely nt variance wllh tho leaders of the labor movement are
gencrnl trend of lellgtous bodies which harebratni'd ngltatois, or men who
are usually on the lookout for sume-mako labor agitation a business for
thins novel from their religious leader' what money there Is In preying upon
with only an occasional splco of roll- the cicduflty of those tumble, to think
glon to prevent their consciences from or act for themselves. There aro
becoming entirely stale. , , 'I Heche and birds of prey In eveiy walk
of life. These creatures are not morn
' i (ommon to the laboring daises than tu
The excitement over vaccination and all. ()lil(.r cini ( humanity, They
cunseoucnt death from lockjaw which nrL. W(cded out according ns the rul
li raging In soveral cities of tho Main i,lg ticutlinonl behind them is honest
land has called forth mi expression citizenship "r the froth nnd scum of
from Mother Kclrty, tho great hlgli ctPatlon.
nrlostcsa of tbn Christian Scientists i n-i.,, fini1 ,,. ...i,pn T. v p(lwjcrlry
that ought to satisfy nil opponents of Wl, ot ,IC most gonerally berated
vaccination. When ono or her aatel- imiivlduals In tho country. His In
lltcs appealed to her for ndvlro Mother (.ampetenin as a leader was dwelt upon
Kddysald: "Hatucr hnn ipmrrei ovei wjlh no ,.M bitterness than the sol
being viicclnnted I nvomniend Hint, It fishncsa. If not corrupt character of
tho law demand an Individual submit jn motives.. Yet Pnwdorley when
to this process ho obey the law, and Paq,j to n natlonnl poiltlon of trust
then appeal to the tlospel to savo him , u.llt ncqulttcd himself with' honestv
from nny bad results." i nm ability. There Is no atnln upon hW
i good name and he has shown lilnmcll
as worthy ns tho so-culled good citizen
or as Justice Jerome of New York call"
TKU. ELECTION RfiS'JLT.
Thurston's return to vvollowlng In
the sloughs of malicious spite again . .
.ludgo llnmiihreys augur 111 for no one p, ,pkg
"profesulonnl citizen." Hen
tho present head ot tho
Knights of Labor Is a man the chir-
Hankry asked for more time In which ,
to ilo a reply to Jndgo Humphrey' g,e ot 'j;
but Thurston and his meek and .uwly
following in me iiar.Afsucia.iu... ,.,.-. . . , ..i,,,..,,.... ...
He lives In Lie great Fast
'. a.t ir Altit litif lits linnA
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naieineius 01 iaqcK, u.e juuse .....- th(Jl h hl,lnMo u wuat mMlt wn ba
ed thai so far as he was eoncerned cnM nn 1(lcM A,ncrcnn homCi ,t u
llnnkey or anyone else could have all lR;it am, comf()r,all,0 un( ,t n . ot'lht
.the tlmo wnntc.1 even to tho elate nf tho JiiljorliK fun(,g ,mvu )(,cn UM(,
expiration of his commission. That o Cfcill)Illlh ell u,1(s, ,n ,uxu ha
proposition Is still op.ni and Thurston 811lT,.8ftl n 1(Wildlng that'np-
Improves It with renewed ende.no n o fo ig wofk (,acb
to destroy tho Integrity of the courts wth othff m(ln whQ farn R V(,1
In tho Territory of Hawaii. His no- ,.rat pf lR,r lrov. , a
lives, his general pol Ileal charac iter nfi, ft ff ,lU ,fc blI,
are known. Ho has lied about 1 u tu ph-1 nol nU Qf u T,ic Mmo cmlU, bg bM
revs lictore. no is eapnum "
niioiit Humnhreys again. T
men Thurston wants In ofllro Is the
Invertebrate of which Governor Dolo Is
PALLING INTO LINE.
it Is gratifying Indeed to note that
the offlclal press of the Island has ac-
" "!,,',, '..of other labor leaders. It Is the pro
i ne Kind cu .... ,,, ,,,., ,, A imn.. nui
tir.oiijii.il iii,i,,f, .iu, nu ii,i( utniii.i
tho real thoughtful directing power
behind It nil comes to tho front lest
Cltlms who view the power and
Inllucnco of labor from lorty theoretical
heights or from n distance ns we In this.
Territory have been forced to do aro
The election of James Lewis Is moro
than gratifying to both tho foreign and
Hawaiian Hepubllcans of this district.
The nrtlon of white Hepubllcans In
standing by the Hawaiian nominee nt
this special election will go far toward
solidifying nil citizens regardless ot
race who are for progress and good
government. It Is to bo hoped thntl
James Lewis win nave tno opportunity
to cxerclso tho qualities claimed for
him by his friends who have made him
winner In a nasty throe cornered light
KAU POLICE API'AIR.
About a week ago tho Dullctln ot
Honolulu published n letter from
Cieorgo Orcen, lelativo, to the murder
of n Japanese In Knu and rellcctlng
upon the police department. The let
ter was dated Nov. 23 nnd contained
the statement that tho people. Includ
ing tho writer, had .ample evidence
agnlnst certain parties and that every
one but the police seemed to bo cog-
nlznnt of the fact that depeudablo cvl
denco could bo hail for tbn asking.
Sheriff Andrews yus In Knu the. day
before that letter was written and hud
u conversation wltn .Mr. Green winch
lasted several hours. The tdicrlff says
ho tried by every means to get tho In
formation from Mr. Green, going so
far us to offer him $100 for information
that would be of assistance, lo tho gov.
ernuitiit In pioseciitltig the murderer.
Mr, Green said he would be glad to
usulst and anything he could do ho
would. Appmrnlly ho had nothing of
value (o give in tho wny ot iutnrmn
tion and on that day he scorned cordial
to tho sheriff and tho latter Is at n
loss to know what should change his
feeling In so short n time. Mr. Green
tins a grievance against Deputy Sher
iff Katnn for tho latter's manner In
securing the Idcntllleatlon of u watch
that was Introduced ns evldcueo but
why his animosity to Eaton should
spread through the entire derailment
Is hard to determine. High Sheriff
Drown wilt arrive In Kuu on tho Man
na Lo.i for tho purpose of Investigating
the mutter nnd perhaps Mr. Green will
then bu willing to tell what he knows.
It ho knows anything about It which U
DURING - THE - HOLIDAYS
- - op tiih - -
EVERY DAY : :
we nrc HliowlnjJ
Wood - - -Bohenfan-
not before display
ed in Honoluln.
CUut Spreckelt. Wm. G. Irwin
Glaus Spreckels & Co.
P. It. I8ENIIBRG, PrcHtcfcnt.
C. P. limtRICK, Miinniicr.
Architects, Contrectori and Builder
Edward R. Swain.
ire l 1 . tlfVm 1,,,1-n I fri l,n f1r?
.- i. ...... ..IKI., ..!.,... at Mm miinpart "" " ". J"nv iv iu4 v. ...n..,
Xr and Txu on question set forth thus falling to discern tho realities as
aur.r. ,,",,..... c. h. ),, ,m.Mtr.l. ' l'y appeal to or iie seen by the pub
iiy '""""".?.".. ,i,vnr to He men In rlote touch with the facts.
Mock tho ohvlo, m date of tho conn-1 Toe, many people of Hawaii who Hon
try toward Chlneso labor or to obtain rtly hllevc they have the theories of
xry ennui - .. Tirriflirv gcod government nt their fingers ends
special eei ttan- tot tbl. '.lire altogelher too quick to take the
ubor SilM "- Md.er view of Mayor SchmlU
imniigr uoii .ui of San j.-ranc8Co. u has yet to ue
WS'M.T- ttal -FMdh, Schmit,- canno,
by every man who has nny acqualn- B've San lrandsco as able an admin,
unci wfth American public life or tho "ratlin ns the ml onalro Phelan
prevailing sentiments of tho people. Lincoln was a rail splitter and Gardeld
,. -U...V.I -..i- . ii,. nnalhln nudiwns a tow boy on tho canal.
the probable, not throw away time and While citizens of Hawaii aro noting
-.u i.ni, n nirninut nn iniiiiairiui i ""v '.-"-". .--.-.. ,
I11U1IVJ U.IKI11A w....
Hawaii should center Its forces
against Cuba, which it can do with
good promise of success, at least until
tho local labor problem forced by nn
nuiatlon has been worked out and tho
main Industry Is In a position to meet
Cuba on fair grounds of competition.
Wo cannot keep out Cuban sugar or
Cuba forever but It Is ptibslblo to hold
Cuban fcugars off till Hawaii's indus
trial house Is put In order. There Is
Justice in tho claim, nnd It eiunot work
Injury to nny American citizen or In
dustry. "Thrice armed Is ho whoso
causo Is Just"
"Tot Hawaii work out Its own prob
lems on the American plan. Our citi
zens, sugar managers and sugar stock
hnldera should unite In tho work that
hag for Us guiding text the words oi
tho President: "In Hawaii wo must
aim to develop tho Territory on tradi
tional American lines."
The people of this Territory can and
will unite on the reciprocity question;
they can and will unite on endeavors
to obtain labor from any and all
sources open to us under American
Now get together and work.
Wang Wen Shi.o, who Is vice presi
dent of the foreign olllco and a mem
ber ot tho present Chinese cabinet, has
been appointed to succeed Lt Hung
Chni.g ns plenipotentiary. Ho Is 71
jenrs old nni cleat and was never rat
ed as n fl.itesmau or a diplomat Ills
appointment, it la thought, Is only
temporary. Duffalo News.
In Htj ly, clcjVnnt In finish, light unci
ccsy uiintnjv, nrc the Icinllnii dim
IICtCPlHtlCH lit OUP VcllldcH. NcltltCI
time ncip expense 1h npni-eil In their
construction, mid the result Is us (Ine
nnil well liullt u line o vehicles innile.
8an Francisco Agents Tho Ne
vada National Hank of San Francisco.
San Francisco Tho Nevada Na
tional Hank of San Francisco.
London. The Union Hank o: Lon
New York American Kxchano Na
Chicago Merchants' National Dank.
Paris Credit Lyounals.
Berlin Drcsdnor Hank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong-
kong-Hhanghal Banking Corporation.
New Zealand and Australia muK
ot New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
British North America.
Deposlto rocolved. Loans mndo In
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits issued. Dills ot Ex
change bought and sold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange BusincM.
Commercial anil Travelers'
Lcttcm of Credit issued, available
in all tlio principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1898, on fixed deposits 7 day
notico 2 per cent, (thi" form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturlicd for ow month), 3
months 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 montra i percent.
Pioneer Building aid Loai
ASSET 8, JUNE 3o, 1S0I, $80,043J7.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
Housos built on tho monthly Install
Twenty-third Scries of Stock Is now
OKFICHHS .T. L. McLean, Preal
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President:
C. It. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIltnCTORS J. L. McLean, A.
A. Wilder, A. V. dear, O. H. Orny,
J. U. Holt, A. W. Kc-eoh, J. A. Ly!o,
Jr., J. M. Llttlo, U. H. Doyd.
A. V. QUAIL
OOlco Hours: 12:301:30 p. m.
J. F. RltCY
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bo i(c
Geo. W. Page. Tel, Ml
V. W. Bcardalce. P. 0. Box 771
BEARDSL1EE A PAOB
Architects and Builders.
Offlco. Itooncs 2-1, Arlington Anni.
Honolulu, T, II.
Sketches and Correct Eotlmates fur
nished on Short Notion.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen A Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alas
Office and residence, 312 Queen it,
near Government building.
H. R. BERTELMAN'8
18 - MOVED
To rear of old stand
King street. Orders left at either iho
or office at John Note's store, King
street, will receive prompt attention.
CHAS. F. DERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
I2S Atcrchunt Kt., next to Stnnjjcnwnld Kui!dln.
must not forget that the labor men of
tho United States maintain at Wash
Ington one of the most powerful and
most capable lobbies that Is gathered
about the natlonnl legislature; they
must not forget that tho President
though to an aristocratic manor born
Is largely In sympathy wkn the honest
sentiment which this lobby represents;
they must not forget that this lobuy
can exert more influence on the legis
lation of the United States Congress
than the solid ard unanimous vote ot
the 100,000 citizens and residents of the
The pcoplo of Hawaii ought not to
forget, when considering measures
which will eventually make for the
progress ot ftrsa Islands, that tho la
bor element of the Nution Is a very
powerful friend and a mighty danger
SALE OF GOVERNMENT LOT8 AT
On Monday, January 13, 1902, at 12
o'clock noon, at tho trout entrance ot
ho Capitol (Executive building), will
bo sold at public auction. Government
tot situated on Walanuenua street. Pit-
houua, Illlo, Island of Hawaii, and con
taining 25,000 square feet, more or
Upset price, Jl&.OUci,.).
Teims Cash, United States gold
Expense of patent grant and stamps
o ho paid by purchaser.
Man of same can bo seen at the
olllco of the Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, and at tno offlco of
W B. !? rdB, Government Land
Agent at Illlo.
JAMK3 II. bo YD,
Superintendent of Public Works.
J. M. WEBB
LAISOR AND LFGI8LATI0N.
The almost unexpected rush of vnrl
ous members of the United Stntes Sen
nte to present Chinese exclusion bills
Is expressive of nothing more than ttf
growing power of the laboring men of
tho country as represented by the la
This power and Influence has been
particularly exemplified to the peopla
of this Territory In the experience of
Sun Francisco which Is so close that
we are uble L become Intimately ac
quainted with the alma and sentlmenU
of the uulons and the employers. Fol
lowing close on me strike which creat
ed among employers a pro-Chinese
sentiment or pro-anythlng so It took
POLITICK 4ND rXCLUHION."
Illversldo Morning Hxprcss.l
No llttlo unnnyanro has been caused
throughout the State by the farce
which was made of the Chinese exclu
sion convention recently held In Sat.
Francisco. Its purposes were broad
enough to be national, but the con
vention wasi'aptmcd by the ever-busy
politician and prostituted to selfish
uses. It Is claimed Hint the chief of
fender In this regard was Chair-inn
Geary, the ox-CongreFsmnn uhj van
the author of the present Phlneso ex
clublon law. Ho was pushed to the
fiont by the Kxnminor, which paper
It Is claimed, had hi mlu training for
some political nlTlro, inestimably for
Governor. Ho was exploited by that
taper for the chairmanship of tho con
vention, and hna received generous
advertising nt eveiy different turn of
Iho anti-Chinese agitation. In return.
ho appointed an Rxamluer reporter
upon the committee that will go to
Washington to present tho memorial,
framed by tlio convention, nnd made
a majority of tlio other members ol
the commltteo nevotcos of tho nemo
the employers out of the bauds of the
unions, we And San Francisco dcclar-'Ciatlc fulth, ot which putty Mi. Geary,
MANUFACTURED FROM PURE
PISTILLED WATER. : : : :
Delivered to any part ot
city by courteous d nvors.
Oahn Ice and Electric Co
TELEPHONE BLUE 3151.
HOFFflAN & HAUKHAn.
Honolnlu Iron Works.
Improvd and modern SUGAR MA
'H1NI2IIV of every capacity and de-
rlption made to older. Boiler work
,nd RIVKTKU PIPES for Irrlgatloi
urposeu a specialty. Particular attcr
Ion paid to JOB WOUK, and repair.
VMeiilf-'l at slinneal ncttrp
rew Map of Oohu.
THE GOLDEN RULE
Calls attention to the fact that his GREAT DIS
COUNT BOOK SALE will be over in a few
days, and those" who desire to SAVE 20 PfcR
CENT on books tor Christmas presents
can do so only by making their selections
at once. We have re eived per S. S. "Sierra" a
number ol NEW BOOKS just published,
which are included in this sale. We have a : :
If you want them you can have them, us we will
not haggle over prices.
FORT STREET, NEAR KING.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Deposlto will be
received and Interest allowed by tho
Dank at four and one-half per cent
Printed copies of the Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
DISIIOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 21,000,000
raid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8,510,000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Tho Rank buys and receives for col
lection Rills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
Kenerali banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Por annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 8i
For 3 months 3
Branch of tho Yokohama Specie Bank.
Now Republic Bid., HI King Street
Beer and Wine Oealera,
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
vV. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaeftr.
Kukul 8t., Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE .MEKCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLK
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietor of the popular
. A. MONTANA
Dressmaking li use
and Millinery Parlors
Com pi ed from GQvetnm-iM Surveys and Chart,
Ma kofSu ar Plan! tloni, Hallways amHMti-fr
Rt lW Snurre. THE MAP IS iftjf" Ctm
Mtti arlli Ic cokrlnict r J nt moumlntrv, mak
irif t vrry uu'ful a w II a ornimtn at wolnJp
THew-MCeot-THfi maim (id e, Cxplts can
JAS. T. TAYLOR.
P. O. Dot too V Jt.U t'ullilnu. H' nolulut T. M
or HAWAIIAN NLWS LO., LTD
H. F. DAVIDSON, MANAGER.
Arlington Hlook, Hotel Kt.
PIIONB .MAIN llll.
VOGlir. DESIGNS IN
Swell tlnlH, ArtUtts Gowns
Pino LndlcH' l:urnlHhln(it,
Children' DrcHHCH, Import
er t of Eitriipciin liooclH (no
All onloi'H receive prompt
(attention, unci courtcHj
will he hIiovvii to nil cus-toniei'H.
A Grocery Store
Has For Christmas
All the necessary Ingredients
fur inuklnK that Chrttmai
Tho bent cook In tho world
cannot innko a good cako
from poor inatorlaln.
Wo hare n choice, fresh
stock ulwiiys on hand and
maintain tho highest standard
of excellence at all times.
Kor tho houuay trade wn
have Imported many new nov
elticH In Chrlitm 'Orna
ments, ChrUimai reel, Bon
Come In and look around
tho store -Ahila shopping.
Lewis & Go.
240 Three Telephone! 240.
The pure Juice of tho grapefruit. The
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Sole agents for the Territory of Ha
waii. Office and Works, 601 Fort BL,
Honolulu, T. of 11.
P. O. box 4C2. Island order solic
THIS SPACt RE8ERVED FOH
M. Phillips & Co.
WhoUatle Importers and Jobbt.rv
European and American Dry Goods.
Fort and Quaen 8U.
H. Hackfeid& Co., Ltd.
Geaeral Commission Agents.
Cor. Fort and Queen 8traets, Honolulu.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK ADD BODD BROKER
' REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
Primary; SecoodAry or Tertiary Blood Poisoft
rtrU4Mll Ctrt-4 T u U In-Mil l UaM df
Mt tarul;. If y ! ULm twmiyt IU rtll
M4 Stttl .III lib! Ml pU, Btrw fU U (,
W Tkkl, risipks titffw Ctlt-w-l flI)l Vttt
j put r IU Mf, Dalr t ;bra 1U1U ( Hm
Cook Remedy Co.
101 Mb-Mlc T-MipU, rklwt) 1U tov ftw. ly
IU1 104,000. VtHlMIUkNl Mkal m. VTUf
lwt4Ui'MtlMUIItnUi, lOOftf bm Frtik
! li. K.. ifm
USI f'il J-'i'v