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KVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T. It., SATURDAY. JAN. 20, 1906.
I EVENING BULLETIN
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P. II. HUItNETTE.
Notnry Public, Honolulu, County of
.JAN. 20. 1UI-
Getting down to
farts, our friend
Mondell from Wyoming needs us much
attention ns Payne.
ll"eml0" "8 'a)ne'
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That new Island stenmer will nave
!.,. i..mr thnn nr-ont Llnn.l liners
to be better than present Island liners
If It Is to bo a floating palace.
If the delegation finds as much hot
water on the mainland a. it has got
Into In Hawaii It will be most unfor
If, after all that has been said and
done, there Is any Indication ot the peo
ple not wanting Hoblnson as Judge, the
people fall to soo It.
Taking tho Inst act ot tho buslnosn
delegation as a sample, It would appear
that McClellan's advice had been heed
ed and common tense prevailed.
The great diplomatic secret of the
latest Venezuela muddlo Is Mill locked
In the breasts of the nations and diplo
mats. Whero docs tho Asphalt Trust
When Russia finds the Neva can got
along without the blessing of the Czar,
they may decide tho demand for the
Czar Is not as great as .bomo had
Tho hole through which tho morning
papcr withdraws from tho McClcllan
lottnr Qtmiltlltv nml I'htlltmltm nnllrv
" error Is rather small but doubtless ac
'ccptallc on tho basis of any port In a
Attorney Gear Is asking the courts
whether making and unmaking laws
of tho Territory can bo turned .over to
(he three men, There Is only one
American answer, but someone will
probably arise to state that conditions
In Hawaii ate -peculiar, very peculiar. ,
Judged by Its first thought In com
menting on others, the announcement
ot a free lunch anil a llttlo flattery j
would warm the cockles of tho moru-j
- Ing paper's heart as nothing else could
110 and cloud its movements in dutt
from the haste ot Its speed to reach the
England has experienced a rovolu
Hon and doesn't think anything of It.)
Labor Is represented In Parliament
Worklngmen have broken down tho
barriers ot casto which hitherto havi
led them to vote tor others than thcl"
nwa kind to represent them In tho of'
Anyway the Colorado strikers havo
tho arbitrary Governors well scared. A
ttomach ache from overripe food causcu
them to worry over whether thoy havo
been poisoned. The Incidents In whlcn
l'enbody played an Important part wero
quite equal to Indiscretions ot labor,
lorces for lawlessness, '
Tho other Philippine policy Is to
tell Congressional leaders that Hawaii '
dories in the martvnlnm It I. .villi,,,. ,
to accept for tho dear Philippines, am' '
111 me samo time secretly help the op
ponents of tho free trade measure
, Wouldn't that be a glorious position for
Hawaii to take, and what a happy tig
lure Hawaii would cut when one ot thos
-, 'Insignificant Congressmen exposed th
MR. RATH'S CONTENTION
Porley Horno places Mr. Rath before
tho public In a much more, satisfactory
ntmosphcro than Mr. Itnth has suc
ceeded In doing for himself.
. The people ot this town aro Interest.
td In any work that will aid In reduc -
Ing tho number ot human souls that
cither go or are enticed to tho devil.'
A sense of fairness causes them to look
with "suspicion on a declared effort
In this direction which has for Us op
parent purpose the support of n vicious
and personal, ns well as factional, at
lack on public officios,
Mr. Knth In his most prominent rolu
has created the Impression that he
lacks that Christian quality of self-con-
trol. nnd as n settlement worker U
looking for a row for other objects
the salvation of his fellow-men.
W"li Mr. Horno as his press-agent,
uo bids fair to arouso thinking people
u a snuiy oi me irutn ot nis stnto-
incuts and co-opcratlon of officials ns
weil ns citizens In helping solve thu
CHANGES IN THE PHILIPPINES
The transfer of Governor I.uke 15,
Wrlglit from the 1'hlllpplncs to the
CVgBfUi Ambassador to tho nation
wll0Bt. aspiration to encompass tho
Oriental development. Wright should
,now Ie 0rlcntnl nn(1 bo nb)c t0 acal
wth ,, , ,,, 0c8llnea to
move our Interests along the Hues of
Commissioner Ide seems to havo
been "moved up one" for a brief po
rlod to satisfy an ambition to servo as
Governor and thus comfortably, maka
way for tho man wanted, Gen. J. F.
The political phase comes Into prom
through wnw being mi down
as a Democrat, though of the gold va
riety. No doubt Roosevelt selected
him for his preeminent Illness for the
,)nu,e. Thcn tnere , tno rcaBOnabl9
thuncht that tho selection of a South.
'cm Democrat for tho first diplomatic
place In the Orient must havo a pleas
ing etfect on thu South and strengthen
a fow Senatorial votes for tho rate
legislation tight, about which every
Congressional move of this session Is
1 Appointment of Ido will enable that
, - - - - -
gentleman to retire to his Vermont
home with tho satisfaction of a worthy
arei'r- lr ut o mnrked by great
u 7."' . ,,,,, , ,,, ,,,, ,,,,
General Smith at tho head of Phil-
ippine affairs will glvo tho admlnls-
trntlon Into the hands of a man promt
,. --, , ,,..,1, ,,,. .n ,
n,;nt, associated with two alUuipor-
tant factors ot tho Philippine prob
lems tho army and educattonnl do-
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by personal courage and common
sense, qualities without which any ex
ecutlvc Is doomed to failure.
The changes contemplated promise.
well because trained men nnd experi
enced men are put In Important posi
tions where their training aud exper
ience can be tited to tho best advantage,
Editor Evening Bulletin: May I,
through your columns, call attention
to the very Interesting meeting ut tho
Young Men's Christian Association on
-jhursday eumlng? Mr. James A. Hath,
0f the Palama Mission, spoke on "How
tle other Half Lives." 1 wish every
.citizen nnd resident of Honolulu might
I hnve beard the address.
Mr. Until Is by training and lempor-
nmcut a social settlement worker. Ho
studies his field. He docs not take
hearsay evidence, but confirms reports,
He goes In and about his field day niter
day to see the actual conditions. As a
result, he presented a careful map of
tho Palama district from tho I'uualiou
stream to tho rice fields On this map
were Ido'-ki-d out the cold drink houses,
the restaurants, the Baloons. the hotels,
tho congested tenements, the mission
Throughout the district aro the many
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excellent families, dally fighting the
evils around them, A sttmy of Mr.
Hatb'a mop would well repay the time
Mr. Hath (fid not tell a pleasant story,
neither did he tell a hopeless one. In
spite of tho many sad details, hope rang
through all lie said. He presented
facts. He asked simply for coopefatlou
to help bring relief.
Much Is being done. The Hoard of
lleailli have been most helpful; the
school tciuiicrs ot the district arc uo
lug a noble, n heroic work; the missions
are nil busily tuthe, the Hawaiian fam
ilies in I'alunia are courageously do
ing their part to brlug reform, the two
play-grouuds nre saving many children
and young men and women.
Hut much more remains to be done.
The evils are there. They should be
laced. Thero should be i oncer ted ef
fort to stum the tide of evil. Mr. Hiuli
appealed for help
On Saturday evening In the one hour
between 7 and S o'clock, 115 men cut
ered the nine saloons ot which he kept
a watih. The following day, Sunday,
but '-i men ntlcnded three uf the
churches (Jumbling lontlnuen. Mr.
Rath stands ready to prove to any the
existence of this evil, '
Ho can tell you of whom to buy tick
ets. He will give you the number of
the hack that '-arrled the winning word
one day this week
He will show you where some of tho
houses nro and tell you the hours they
open each day. ,
He will show you the saloons where
young women are treated to drink and
led to worse evils
He will aliow tho stores where for
ten cents one can buy Indecent pictures. I
He named the saloons that had In
decent pictures on their walls. Vice
In Its most awful forms rears Its head
dally In Pnlama district Mr. lUtb
stands ready to prove what he rays.
Mr, Hath did not tell a dramatlo
story; It was too sad for that. He did
not tell a story peculiar to Honolulu;
he but drew n picture of vice as It ex
ists here and In many other large cities.
Humanity Is struggling In Palnma.
Let him who does not believe the story
o( wretchedness and need in Patama
go with Mr. Itnth or one of his helper
and sec for himself. The evidence In
there. Mr. Hath asks that efforts for
righteousness be redoubled in lloaolu
lu, and particularly In Palama, to rid
our beautiful city of tho evils that
threaten her very existence.
I wish that every reader of the Ilul
letln might have heard Mr. Hatha
ctory told last Thursday c cuing.
Very truly yours,
PEHLEV L. HOHNE,
Honolulu, Jan. 20, '00.
Admiral Ileckley ot tho Klnau re
ports tho following sugar list on Ha
wall awaiting shipment: Otaa, 10,500;
Walakca, 3000; Hnwal Mill. BOO; Wat
oaku 3300; Ononica. 11,200; Hakalau
GI00; Ookala 4200; Paauhau, C000; Ku
kulhaclc, 3019; llonuopo. 120S.
HOUSES TO LET
HOMES FOR SALE
LOTS FOR SALE
Trent and company
038 FORT 8TREET.
WE ARE NOW 8HOWINQ A BEAU
TIFUL LOT OF ,
MULL and LINENS
These are the finest products of
French and German Manufacturers,
exquisite In design and workmanship,
laundry beautifully and come but one
to the pattern.
When you buy one of these, you may
be sure that no one else will have one
SWISS DRESS PATTERNS
Embroidered and 8hlrred
Eyelet Embroidery, French Knots,.
. S10.00 EACH
Eyelet Embroidery, Shirred
S1S.00 to S30.00 each
MULL DRESS PATTERNS
All Mercerized and Hand Embroid
ered. Embroidered, 8hlrred and Tucked..
520.00 to S30 EACH
LINEN DRESS PATTERNS
All Hand Embroidered, i
Sheer Linen Lawn '
S12.50 and S10.00 EACH
Heavy Dress Linen
Old Dleached Linens
S10.50 to S25.00 EACH
Bleached Dress Linens
"-. S30.00 and S35.00 EACH
FROM 1 101
Veteran Hnckdrlrcr Nick Peterson,
who yesterday morning at tho Hono
lulu Hotel swigged a carbolic-chaser,
In a fit of gloom superinduced Mi' less
potential though frequent libations,
has gone homo nnd the carbollzcd kiss
of reconciliation terminates a most
Details of Nick's drink from a half
ounce tibial of carbolic ncld appeared
In ) Saturday's Ilulletln. He hns ot Into
been worshipping nt the shrine ot
llncchus, and his thirst was so strong
that his wife Implored him to cut It
cut. This riled Nick and he mndo up
his mind to drink n final toast to his
.Imaginary griefs In a carbolic cocktail.
This morning, when lie enmo arounu
to his bciibcs at tho Queen's Hospital,
ho asked, with deep emotion In Ills
voice, to be taken home. Ho was out
of nil danger, said the doctors, so ho
was permitted to join his family, as
Intimated In yesterday's Ilulletln. n
goodly portion or tho ncld was prob
ably spilled ns Nli-k attempted to take
II. Tho rest ho did not keep on Ills
Momnch or It was later Inilucpd to
leavo his system under tho persuasion
ot tho doctors nt tho hospital, before
tint' trt-nnt tinl-nr Itml boon WrOUttllt.
ti, ni-nhniimilv fortified stomach of
,., .vm,i,t.i)e ,icldo probably aided
WHO QUIT WORK
d PAID OF,
The task of paying olt $1700 Japan
ese laborers at the Walpahu plantation,
who went out on n strike, was com
menced this morning. No agreement
was reached last ulght between the
plantation manager aud the Japanese
bosses and this morning It was dedd
ed to give the men tho money due
them. Captain Sam l.enllo and twenty-tour
olllcera nre still on tho planta
tlon. Three policemen returned last
It was feared last night that there
might bo trouble this morning when
the men wero given their wages and
the officers were on hand fully armed
Thero was no demonstration ot any
kind. The laborers received theli
money, counted It and then congregat
ed In groups about the place and tils
cussed tho situation.
Sixty Hawallans, Chinese and Japan
ese arriving on the Mongolia yester
day, have been employed to work In
the sugar mill. The olllcera aro keep-
Ins a close cunrd over thoee workln
tho opinion prevailing this morning
that the Japanese would make an at
tempt to oust those at work. The strike
will greatly hinder tho sugar ship
ments from Walpahu.
Iladlo tlonsiles, tho Porto Hlcan mur.
ncrer, was brought up Into the Judl
dary building this morning for the pur
pose ot hnvlng him withdraw his plea
of not guilty to the charge against him
of murder In the first degree, and enter
a plea of guilty to a chnrgo of murder
In the second degreo Instead. A fow
days ago Roninles agreed to plead guil
ty as Mated above and confessed that
ho lad Btabbed a fellow countryman,1
whom he Is-nctused of killing. All went
lovely with arrnngoment until this
morning, when l.eon M. Strnuss, who
wns appointed by tho Court to defend
(lonsnles, appeared on tho scene.
Strauss objected strenuously to having
tho plea of guilty entered nnd after
somo discussion Iladlo was taken back
to tho Jail again, without anything hnv
lng been done In tho matter.
Judge Lindsay this forenoon granted
n decree of divorce In tho caso of Hlla
k. nauer vs. Edward N. Hakcr on
grounds or desertion.
UP TO DATE STYLES
Made On The Premises
By Skilled White Labor
L. B, KERB & GO. Ltd
. .. ,v, a.
HAP 16 111 1
STORM ON MAUI DOES
NOT A UTILE DAMAGE
THE FLUMES OF WAILUKU CANE
FIELDS ARE DLOWN DOWN,
POOR OLD JAIL HAS A
- HARD TIME.
(Special to The Ilulletln)
Walluku. Maul, Jan. 19. Slorinj
weather has come. It started last Bun
day night. Konu' wluds commenced
blowing early Sunday morning and a
a result clouds ot red dust hung over
Walluku the greater part of tho day.
During tho night the rain fell In tor
rents and the south winds blow with
such fierceness thar trees nnd fencek
wero uprooted aud blown over.
Next mornlug our meteorologist
claimed over thrco Inches ot rain fell
In Walluku In Fix hours, tho period
from midnight to early dawn. Mak.i
wno, Kula, and Nahlku, the homo of
perennial rain, reported heavier rain
falls than here. There was rnln all
tiny Monday, but cleared up again Tues
day, Wednesday nnd Thursday.
Ijibi night the storm set In again,
end after midnight almost every one in
Wnllukirwas awakened from their deep
tlumlier, shaking the very foundations
ot houses. It almost blew a blizzard,
Knowing ones claimed It was blowing
at the rate of over one hundred and
twenty miles an hour. It was a mighty
wind. Trees were uprooted; banutia
trees were blown down by tho hun
dred!). The tall flume on the Walheo side ol
the Walluku mill which has withstood
the force of the elements during the
lntt ten years or more, could no longei
face the storm, and this morning noth
lug but pieces of board hero and ther
cmong the en tie Ileitis reminded tho tin
mnalnas that this mighty structure has
at last succumbed. Thousands of feci
of flume, belonging also to the Wai
luku plantntlon both In Walehti nnd
Walhec, are now strewn along the hill
tides. The damage done to the llumei
of this plantation will amount to thou
bands of dollars. Manager C. I). Weill
Is expected back from Honolulu by tUIs
venlng's Manna I.oa .
Of all the public buildings that fared
badly last night, the old school house
now used as a temporary Jail and slier
Hf's office, got the worst. Shingles wer
torn off the root so that the rain came
aown not In drops but like tho mad
waters rushing out of a damaged rca
srvolr. Fortunately twenty of the
prisoners were at tho Kahulul Jail and
only nine were left at Walluku. Jalloi
"rowel! took his family aud the re
maining nine prisoners to the Court
house near by, where they spent tho ra
malnder of the night. The Jail build
lug being very old there wero tlmci
Jailor Crowell felt tho whole building
would come down to the ground. For
tune willed It otherwise and the old
school houso Is stilt standing, an cyc-
t-oro to tho town and a public menace
to the lives of Jailor Crowell and tin
prisoners. If It should rain as hartf
again as It did last night, Jailor Crow
ell will be compelled to move tho tirli
oners to Borne of our hotels for snff
keeping during the night or until the
storm Is over. Within tho moruory of
every man, woman and child In Wallti
ku, no ono could bring to mind a storm
ot such magnltudo as tho ono last
ulght. Wives clung to their huabnndl
and wondered whether the Judgment
Day was coming. Children sat up li
bed and cried ns the branches of trees
pnssed over the roofs of their dwelling'
tarrying with them shingles, chlmnc)
tops, and telephono wires.
This morning tho outer district!
could not bo reached by telephone, bill
thanks to Superintendent Carlcy nnd
his corps of operators, the lines ait
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rnmmiininiin.. r,,,o.i -ri,
communications resumed, Tho new
road between Wnllu-o and Kabakuloa
wns very badly damaged by tho storm,
the earth caving In and thus traffic I'
blocked for a while.
BAR STANDS BY ROBINSON.
(Continued from Pane 1.)
a commtttco had been sent nnd the
Governor had refused to recetvo It or
listen to Its suggestions, It would have
been Incumbent on tho Association to
tend a special representative to Wash.
Ington. Tho Governor had acted, how.
ever, ami had sent tho name of some
other person, and nil that could bo
uono wns to act on tho resolution nnd
cablo. Tho Ilnr Association had a right
to express its opinion as a body. With
out a nlndcpcndent bar. Justice wns a
mockery. The Association should havo
a voice to divorce Judicial annolnt.
mentH from politics und from allowing
r.ny ono man to oxerclso that nower.
Tho President must, of course,, leavo
It to tho ndvtco of someone, but the
Governor's nctlon In sending another
namo nan put It beyond tho Associa
tion's power to confer with him. Hob
Inson had under trying circumstances
been a fair and good Judge, which was
amply demonstrated by tho fact that
he, after four years on tho bench, had
been nblo to get tho unanimous sup
port or tno nar Association,
A llttlo fun Indulged In by members
ot the bar, said Davis, was not a suffi
cient reason for withdrawal. Davis
heartily supported tho resolution nnd
spoke for changing tho constitution of
tho Association so ns to provldo for
110 calling ot emergency meetings,
"If thero was n failure to appoint a
commlttco to soo tho .Governor," said
judge Perry, "then It Is becauso the
Governor has forced us to act as wo
'lid by his action at tho time when ho
chose to withdraw his endorsement. It
kcems to mo that there Is nothing hero
to discuss, as we all agree that Judge
Robinson should bo rc-nppolnted. Noth
ing that occurred that night was suffi
cient to Justify a withdrawal of the
endorsement. I support tho resolu
Perry further presented an amend
ment to tho resolution by Inserting
Hie words: "And Is fully qualified to
Jji - - iJluii to..imh.... hiuA LtfA:kl-v.-.i..
HAPPY AND HEALTHY.
A Beautiful Canadian Girl Saved From
Catarrh of tho Lungs ly re-ru-nn.
jnSS FLORENCE KEXAH.
Miss riorenco 11. Kenah. -131 Maria street, Ottawa, Ont., writes t
"A few months ago I caught a severe cold, which settled on my
lungs and remained there so persistently that I became alarmed. I
took medicine without benefit, until my digestive organs became
upset, and my head and back began to ache severely and frequently.
was advised to try Peruna, and although I had little faith I
felt so sick that I was ready to try anything. It brought me blessed
relief at once, and I felt that I had the right medicine at last. Within
three weeks I was completely restored and havo enjoyed perfect
now have the greatest faith In
OMKN should bewaro of contract-Ibought
Ing catarrh. Tho cold wind and
rnlnrslush nnd mud of winter aro.espo
clully condticlvo to catarrhal derange
ments, 1'cw women cscapo.
Vin tho first symptoms of catching
cold Peruna should be taken. It forti
fies tbo system against colds and ca
tarrh. Tho following letter gives ono young
woman's experience with Peruna:
MI'S Iloso Clcrblng Is a jmpular society
woman of Crown Point, Ind., and she
writes tbo following:
"lteccntly I took a long drive in tho
country, nnd being too thinly claxl I
caught n bail cold which settled on my
lungs, ami which I could not seem to
thske off. I had heard a groat deal of
Peruna (or cold aud catarrh and I
For special directions sveryone mould read "The Ills of Life," a copy ot
which surrounds ttoch bottle. Peruna Is for sale by all chemists and drug
gists at one dollar per bottle, or six bottles for Ave dollars.
Those wishing direct correspondetce with Dr. Hartman and can wait the
necessary delay In receiving a reply should address Dr. E. D. Hartman, Co
lumbus, Ohio, U. 8. A.
Denson, Smith & Co. -srlll ripply the retail drug trade In Honolulu.
New Process Gas Ranges
These have been bougfit at prices nuch below the market on ac
count of our taking a whole consignment.
The goods are well known and we are able to sell them upon spe
cially favorable terms.
Blue Flame Oil Stoves
An assortment Just to hand by the "Gerard C. Tobey."
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
BEFORE BUYING GET OUR PRICES,
occupy said office," which was adopt
ed. Lewis recommended that a cable bo
lent also to the United States Attor
ney General, as the President would
be suro to confer with him In tho mat
ter. This was carried.
Davis suggested that tho chairman
of the Judiciary Committee of the Sen
ate bo notified alBo, but found no sec
vnd. Tho resolution was then put to a rls.
Ing vote. Kveryono present signified
his approval, with tho exception ot
Lylo A. Dickey, who kept his seat with
a broad smile, but did not voto against
It. Tho meeting then adjourned.
Thoso present were: President A.
C. M. Itobertson, Secretary demons,
Judge Whltnoy, Judge Perry, II. G.
Mlddlcdltch, K. A. Douthltt. Frank E.
Thompson, Geo. A, Davis, D. L. With
Ington, E. A. Mott-Smltb, Avon Crook,
Tmlgo Whiting. Prank Andrado, C. F.
Peterson, S. II. Derby. J. A. Mngoon.
J. Llghtfoot, T. M. Harrison, Lyle A.
uicltcy, A. Lewis, J. J. Dunne, R. W.
Ilreckons, Cecil Ilrown, D. L. Marx,
ludgo Gear.W. W. Thayer, E. M. Wat.
eon, Henry Holmes and Mr. Correa.
It may bo significant that R. D. An
(crson wns not present. Uo Is gener
ally supposed to be the ono whom the
Governor endorsed In Robinson's
The S. S. Alameda, due today, lmi
probably been delayed by the recent
southerly winds and prevailing bail
weather. She left San Francisco last
Sunday morning. She was to have
tailed Saturday but for some reason
did not get out on time. It Is possible
bho was stopped In the bay on account
ot fog. Sho will probably be In sonn1
time this afternoon or tonight.
n ,.',' .a.. mM y'tjf ,!,,.' ,; fr ifMU'il rBjjr'
Peruna." F. E. KENAIf.
a botlle to try. I am pleaoed
that I did, for It brought speedy relief.
It only took about two bottles, aud I
considered this money well spent.
"You hard a firm friend In me, nnd I
not only advise Its uio to my friends, but
have purchased sovoral bottles to glvo to
thoso without tho means to buy, and
havo noticed without exception that It
has brought about a spoody euro whero
oror it lias been used." Miss Iloso
If you do not dcrlvo prompt and satis
factory results from tho uo of Peruna,
write at onco to Dr. Hartman, giving a
full statement ot yonrcuo and he will
bo ploatctl to glvo you his yaluablo ad
Address Dr. Ilartmsn, President Of
Tbo JJartman Sanitarium, Columbus, O,
It Is Cool
JU8T THE PLACE TO 8PEND
The best of everything
ALL SORTS OF AMUSEMENT,
ALL KINDS OF RECREATION,
ALL THE COMFORTS OF HOME.
Tickets and Information at Oahu
Railway station and Trent & Co., or
ring up Halelwa Hotel, King 53.
On Sundays the Halelwa' Limited, a
two-hour tr.'n, leaves at 8:22 a. m.j
return.r.j, trilves In Honolulu at 10:10
1 UP-TO-DATE GROCERS 1
J. M. LEVY & CO.
PHONE MAIN W f
TAKE YOUR CLOTHES TO THE
City Renovating Co:
And have them Cleaned, Pressed, Re
paired and Dyed.
1153 :: fort :s street.
The Weekly Edition ot the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary ot'
the c 's of the day.