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5VKNIN0 nUU-ETlN. HONOLULU. T. II., SATURDAY, OCT. G, 190G.
Woman s Everyday Life In Cable Colony Of Midway Island
TO BE the only woman on n lonely
Island In mid ocean; never to see
another woman's face, nover to
hear another woman's volco: never to
know the Joy of "talking over tilings"
with a Bister woman; never to feel the
sympathy that only a woman can feel
for another woman;, never to know the
satisfaction of exchanging recipes for
jelly and fruit cake and salad. dressing:
never to sec the cut of another woman's
frock or the fashion of another no
man's coiffure have yon who nro wo
men ever thought how life would look
to you If this wero to be jour lolT
Kor what has been may ho again, and
when the China put out to sea Jester
day she carried with her n woman
whose life for the past three years has
been Just this, Tlio woman who lias
lived through this expcrlenco nnd vnn
still smile Into your eyes nnd tell yoj
that she la a contented woman. Is Mrs.
B. V. Collcy, tho'chariiiliig wife of the
superintendent of the cable Motion on
It is certainly not for such as she
that Wagner wrotu lilt 'Simple MIe,
nnd probably she. could give that ver
satile writer more than one suggestion
on the simplicity of great things, Hor
experience bns certainly been n most
unlquo one, but one which I fancy,
shu would not care to repent.
It Is hard to realize what life would
be for een a week with no other of
one's sex within a thousand miles of
one, but fancy It for three years If you
ran. for myHrU, I have not tho force
of Imagination ut command to project
myself to far Into the unbelievable as
to realize It. In this age of hurry and
rush and bustle when engagements I
overlap one another on the calendar i
and wo women havo tp resoit to mnthe-
niatics to make the time come out
right. It is hard Indeed to Imagine
what we would do with ourselves day
after day, week after week, month after I
month. Of course If one were very i
poor there would he the dally house-'
hold duties to perform and the small
lound of necessary thlnVA which can
to soon take up a woman's lime. Or If
one had children It might be different.
Hut to have ull one's housework per-,
formed by servants, to have no thll- j
dren to work for and plan for and keep j
out of mischief; no club meeting to
address, ulid no teas to attend; no'
luncheons to plan for and no ( heater:
to take up one's time; no papers to I
read save those of the am lent history I
vintage; no calls to pay or lecolve; In'
abort nothing to do but to Ihe It It,
were you what do you suppose you (
Of course such a life for n woman 1
would -not be without Us uimpciisa-l
tlons. She would never be euvious off
tonio other woman's hats; she wduld
never be Jealous of some other wo-,
man's cliaiins; she could never quarrel I
with' her best friend at a lonimlttee'
meeting; Mm would never gossip over
tho back fence In the plcbluu wuy nor
gossip over tho Imported tea cups In
tho patrician way which Is, niter all.
Just about the same way. She would,
no doubt, grow bigger In heart uud
more man-like in courage. Shu would
have' time for thought and study and
philosophy In which all women like
once In a while to indulge.
' She could becomo uiurbid and lonely,
self-pitying and miserable If shu those.
Or she could have time to stretch out
the tired arms of her roul toward High
er Things and Hidden Things, the
Great Things of earth and Heaven that
after all are the only things that count.
Memories would mean much to her and
she would learn to llvo murh lu the
past till sweet recollections became al
inott tangible. Sho would learn to llvo
Closer to Nuturo In her moods of storm
linU pence, and the sky and the sea uud
the Wars would say things to her.
The world gives a woman a gieat
deal, but It lakci u gieat deal from
her. The law of compensation holds
hero as It holds everywhere In life. No
truer words than Emerson's wem over
spoken or written, Kor every thing
he has sh must give up something
else she prizes. Tim sun will never
thlno for her on two kjdes of her Ufa
at once. Sometimes she fools herself
Into thinking that It will but alio tennis
to know It never can.
Ilolng a hit ( urlous to know Just how
the Queen of Midway Island for such
Is the title which some or her friends
have bestowed upon Mrs. Collcy
spends her duys on the Hland.of her
Desolation I asked her to tell mo a 111
tlo of her life there, as wo sat In u
shaded corner of tho-lunal o tho ltoyal
Hawallannllotel. Of rather tall, mat
ronly flguie; with uv pleasant facu
(rawed In brown hair frosted In sil
ver, eyes that smile, u manner at once
cordial, all womanly, Mrs. Collcy Im
presses one at once us a woman would
like to know better. As she caino In
jesterday from a .shopping tour he.
white uhlrt waist and ecru linen skill,
the light hat that sbuded her eyes from
the glare of the sun. and all the ap
ONE OF MIDW
polntments of her dress wero In as good
style nnd as new In cut as nny of those
In the St.ttes nnd It seemed a bit hatd
to realize that she had been luaiooned
on a lonely Island for three years where
the dressmaker and the milliner Com
eth not. A fragrant lei of blood-colored
carnations hung over one arm
uud the bright color of a brisk walk
was reflected In her face. N v
"How do I All my days?" repeated
Mrs, Col ley smiling ns n faraway look
rame for n moment to her eyes. "Well,
the II rut thing after breakfast I take
my dogs for n, walk on the beach. Af
ter that I usually write for a while. I
never date my letters when I begin
them, but Just write them and havo
them ready. Then when a steamer
comes I put on the date and send them
off. After writing I have my birds and
my plants mid I busy myself with them
till luncheon time. After lunchoein 1
read or sew nnd then havo a nap. Or
sometimes I play tennis." she ndded
smiling merrily, "I urn very fond of
the game. Why do you know I nm
the woman champion of Midway In
land!" laughed' the speaker as she
wound the crimson blossoms lovingly
about her llngcVs. "I won a prize, too,''
she continued, still smiling. "We had
n tournament and there wero twol
prizes, one for men nnd one for women. '
I took the woman's trophy. You tell
your little Miss Sutton that if she
wants always to hold the championship
Just to come to Midway! She won't
have any trouhlo then,"
"Do jou feel out of touch with the
world?" I nuked. "How do ou faro fori
ucw liooks mid magazines?"
"No, Indeed," she replied. "We have
the most liberal supply. Every boat
brings us uunnlltlcs of magazines. I
couldn't begin to tell you nil we have.
They nre supplied to us ami I read a
great ileal. I hen we havo a very good
little library theiu too, and I enjoy It."
"Most women have some sort of fad,
you know, Mrs. Col ley. You mutt have
plenty of time for jours; what Is It?"
I asked, wondering what ixmlbllltlcs
mi island of the sea so far away really
offered for the proper development of
n twentieth century fail, feminine gen
der. "I don't know that I. havo any ex
cept for shells and fancy work," she
added thoughtfully. "Of course In in)
dully wulks I always I'lck'Vp the pret.
ly shells see and I have a large col
lection, Hut now I cannot get the pret
tiest ones fur the murines who ai,n
there get up early and go out and gath
er nil (he lit'Jt ones." Ulifeullant mar
ines, they ought at least, to, leave the
One Woman alt the shells' she wants)
"I go In for fancy work a good deal,"
continued Mm. Colley. 'I havo plenty
of time to devote to It' nnd I am louil
of hcedtevvorkaud I do a' good deal of
"You spoko of your blrdo and dogs."
1 suggested, "I suppose with so few peo
plu you grow very fond of animals and
lilrdH, do you not?"
"Yes, 1 nm fond of them," she n
ipoudod. "I have two canaries and
two dogs. One of tho dogs. Jack, Is a
lox terrier and hu is teally n very hard
hearted little sinner. They tell me he
hasn't seemed to miss me nt ull!" nnd
she nulled ruefully. I
"Ilut poor little l'ompey Is quite
broken-hearted slnco we left. He misses
me sadly. Wo named lilui'I'ompoy be-,
cause ho was born tho day the steam-'
ship l'ompey eamo Into port." I
"Is there n servant problem on tne
Island, does that follow a woman even
to tho Islands of tho sea?" I nsked. I
"Wo havo Japanese und Chinese for
servants," answered tho visitor, "but
wo do not have much difficulty wltn
rurnls fur we take ours at the mess, all
fcxeept luncheon. That we have nt
homo. My house? Oh, Hint Is built1
of.conciete with a broad luual at .one
side. Vegetation? No, not luxuriant
as It Is, here. no. Indeed. Hut there are
long stretches of white sand. The sand ,
on Midway Is very white." i
"How long after going to the Island
was It before you saw another wo-,
man?" I Inquired with curiosity.
"Just nbout two years," quietly re
epnuded my hostess, mulling gently at
the Incredulity she saw written on my
"Yes, I think It was two years. The'
Ural women wero tliu Misses llarrlmuii
who rame with Mr. Ilarrlman, you ru
member they wero on the Siberia
bound for the Orient nnd they touched
ut Midway. Then Mrs. Crook was there
and did you see, the story that appeared
about us In Icslle's? It said that we,
the only women on the Island, hod u
quarrel. There wasn't n word of truth
lu It," Indignantly exclaimed Mrs. Col
ley. "Wo were tho very best of
friends." - ,
"It's pretty hard on us women, Isn't
It, to glvn us the reputation of quar
relling as long as there lire two of us
left." I suggested.
"Hspcclally when thero wasn't a word
of It true," emphatically answered Mrs.
coney. 1 1
AY'S HOMES . , ,.w
Mrs. Collcy Tells What It Is To Be
- Only Woman For Three Years On
One Of Great Pacific's Most
"The next tlmo I had an opportun
ity of seeing women was when the Mon
golia came In," continued Mrs. Collcy,
t "And how did It seem," I Interrupt
ed, "to seo women again? It must have
seemed pretty good to you."
"Yes, Indeed, 1t did," sho nnswered.
"Wo went out In a lioat to board the
Mongolia and I had a dreadful time
getting on. I had to elumb up, oh, ever
to many ttcps, and I thought I never
should get, there. When I did mun
nge to reach the deck I was simply
speechless with fright and tho exertion
11 was very hard getting up. I didn't
know till after wn were on her that she
was on the reef. I thought sho was'
Just nnchoied. The next day they took
Ihe passengers off and landed them on
Midway and they were our guests there
till brought up on the other boats."
'"And now we nro going to have a
holiday, tha flrstiwe have hnd In three
j cars," said the lady with delight In her
tone and in her eyes as sho contem
plated the delightful voyage nhead of
her. "I have never been off the Island
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, In Hide three years. Wo nre golnj; on
to Japan und China."
"Ilut I should think you would rath
er go back to the States whe'ro you will
'seo more Americans than taking mi
jollier long voyage to the r'lnwrry King
'dom." I objected, thinking how I would
long for my own, under like circum
j "Oh, but I nm not an American. I
!nm a blue-nosed Canadian," laughed
the speaker,' "and wo nie going to have
n IhII III Pnlmitn In ffiM wn nm eft.
Ing to stay thero for some time,' sho
miiicu nun reuei.
"Oh, nro you then not goln g back to
Mldvvnj1?'' I asked- in surprise.
"Oh, no. Indeed," she responded.
"Wo know when e we went wo should
not stay more llian three years. Just
to gel the cable station In good work
"And you nro glad?" I asked. v
"Yes, I am glad,' she nnswered, nnd
It seemed to me that In those four slm
plo words the pent up longing of three
long lonely years must have found cx-
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ptcsafon. For thoy must have been
lonely In n mcnsuie. Happy though n
woman may bn thero must come mo
ments when she lonr.s with a longing
, Hint Is almost pain for nnother Wo
man a sympntuy nun tne uiiucrstaniiiug
that only n woman can have.
If Mrs. Colley's husband wanted n
lest of hh wife's love I think ho has
found It, and proved ltvnnd knows It
true. Certainly n Ufa like hers would
either make n woman litiln n man or
I make her love him better than life It-
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Dvii, i iiu iiuiii, (ti course, wmiiiii never
qultn understand tho woman s view
point.. Ho has his work and Is sur-
rouudrd by other men nnd when he
completes his duties for the day It la
U great relief nnd no doubt qulto Ideal
to Bpend a cosy evening with his books
nnd his dogs and tho woman he loves.
Hut she. has only him. Ho came be
cause his work called htm. Sho rnmn
for him. And yet as I looked nt the
Kweet womanly fnro of this woman
with the smiting eyes, ns I heard the
Joyous nolo In her voice and felt the
' l -rlM.
cordiality of her hand clasy, I .knew as
women do know 'things that liniely'ai
Eho mayhnvo been nt timed, never for
one moment has sho regretted that she
went with her hur.luml to his lonely
lion. Mm ban counted tlie'"vvorld well
lo3t" for him. Perhaps, who knows. In
these Ihrcf- yean they have been drawn
clwer together lu lovo nnd sympithy
than In nil their life before und who
.knows hut Hint the memory of theco
three ycara will bo mining the lno.U
Additional Social Newo on Page 7,
Tho ten nnd bathing party given In
honor of Mr. and Mrs. George Ward
their daughter, .Mrs. Hough nnd the
rnblcvhlp Itestorer. by Dr. and Mrs.
1'. II. Ilumphrls cm Wednesday, on
tho law u of tho Moaua Hotel, was n
lingo success. Mr. and Mrs. Ward
hniUn Ktrcnitnus day, for they motor
ed nil thn morning, were out at lunch
and ntteiided Ilia (lalnos dinner given
lu their honnrvbut, nuv'erlheless. were
most delightfully fresh nnd full of
their Mongolia excellences and
charmed with Honolulu nnd Its hospi
table people. I.lttlc tables dotted Ihe
lawn, each holding n vnso of flowers,
nnd tea, punch, cakes nnd sandwiches
whlkd nwny many plcnsaht hours.
There were nbout seventy present,
nnd It was not until long after six
when the last guests made their
ndlcux. Or. and Mrs. Ilumphrls en
tertain delightfully nnd their Informal
parlies nro alvnyn popular,
Gr''"rnP''8 Wife Receives
Tho Governor's mansion on Judd
street wns thrown open lo the 'public
rn Wi'dneBdnj', for .Mrs. Carter was
"at home" nnd nearly nil Honolulu
paid its respects lo tho chnrnilng
wlfu of tho Governor. tMrs. Carter
wns assisted In i Helving by Mrs. Ml
len Weaver and several ladles. In
cluding Mrs. Itnytnuiiil do II. J-nynrd,
Miss Adams. Mrs., Halt, Mrn. von
Holt. Mrs. Hu llnl nnd Mrs. Hllek
wuii looked after tho guests and nm
ducted them In tho illnliigruiim,- where
Mrx. li'rnnela MiL'fittvv m nulilml nv.ii
I fin ten nn.1 fra .Inn c',ibii anvirml
punch. Misses Violet and Vera Da-1 Mnllcni. Thero wero sovernl II t tlo
limn nnd Miss Kwnnzy were vWy busy dinners nt the Moaua thai evening
seeing that everybody was served, "'lid lh tallies were gay with tlnvs'i'ts.
I'lowcrs, greens nid palms made n ' no Mnann (Julutet Club wnn In at
perleet bovver f rrtiAC'iRiiniMnnylriny lendaneo nnd especially ploanc.l the
Mrn. Carter wore nVBolt'frock which slrungors. -
became her. She has a sweet smllo
nnd affable manner imrlleulnrly pleas-1 Tho dinner whleh Judge nnd Mrs.
Ing to tho slrnngers who always Stanley gnvo last evening for Mr. nnd
flock to her rccc-pUona. nnd ou. Wed- Mrs. licorgn Orny Wnjd nnd Mrs.
nesday everybody departed with n Hough was a most r-njoynhlo affair,
most ngreeabln Impiession of Mrs. Among tho other guests wero Dr. and
Carter and her hospitable home. Mrs. Mrs. !'. II. Ilumphrls, Captain nnd
Carter will ho "at homVion the first Mrs. Combo, Mr. nnd Mrs. Itnymond
Wednesday of eacli month tliiough- do II. Ijiynrd, Miss Danrord, Mr. Hal
nut thn season, v (1u.
For Mr. and Mrs. Scott j Ship's illnnern are nlwaj-n 'delight-
Mr. nnd Mrs. Itnymond do H. Ijiy-1 ful, nnd tho one given last evening by
nrd entertained nt dinner on Monday several olllrorn of tho U. 8. R. Wla
In honor of Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander 'cousin wns no exreptlon to thn rule.
neon, iir. nnu airs, iiiimnuris mm
I, lent. Okiitu of tho Jnpanesu train
ing ship In port. Crimson carnations
made tho table gay with color.
Mrs. Tenney Peck's swimming par
ly nt Iho Cecil Ilrown plnco nt Wal-
llkl List Sunday was a iunst enjoy
nblo affair. Among thoso present
eiu major nnu wis. vim vnei, .Mrs. expect to sail for Muni next week
Frederick Klamp, Captain nnd M'rs. for n Hip. na Mr. Scott bus bomo val
lludolf Bluttery. Mrs. fl. C. Smith, .unblo coniintsslons to attend In. 1 1 If.
mini ot Mrs. Klamp: Mr. mid !.
lliash, and Dr. nnd Mrs. Hoffmann,
Mr. nnd Mrs. J. A. MiCnndless enter
tained Miss Oiaco Tower ot Pasadena
California for tho week end nt their, lighted with our tropical town.
homo at Wnlklkl. Mrs. Cornvvcll, who
Is n guesl of frlcndu in town, wnn a Among thoso returning In Hie Chi-
dinner guest Saturday evening, llueats na wcio Mrs. II. P. Wlrlinian and Ibo
lor illnncr Sunday were Mrs. M. A. t Misses Wlehmnn.
Miiellntton and Miss Virginia llowinnn ) x
of l.os Angeles and Mr. James MeCand-, llannlel, Knual, 0(t. 1. Tho weddln
less o(. Honolulu. I of V. p. Sanborn lo .Miss I,enn Dovor-
'111 took plaro at the btldo'u home In
Mrs. W. U. Thomas of Wnhlawn came HnnuM uu tho nvenlng of Thursday.
Into town Tuesduy for u few days' May, September 27. The evening wan one ot
nnd has been stopping; nt Iho Young. the most beautiful mid Ideal uvonlng.1
' of Hunalel.
Miss Nello llagadom of l.os Angeles, i Prlends uud relatives of tho bride
who camu over with tho Southern Cut- mid gioom fiont the variuus paita ot
Ifornla Kdllorlal party und wns Iho Kauai und from Honolulu wero lu at
houso guest of Mndatno Clink nnd Dr. tendance when Miss, Mary Clillllng
P. K. Clark at their home on Port worth began playing Iho wedding
btrect, departed for her homo Wed- march and tho brldo and party marched
nesday on tho Alameda, laden with Into tho loom uud there met tho groom
llowcrs mid bon lions and Moaiuer let- who was walling under u bower beau
teis. Mlsa Hagadoin gn.iliy enjoyed tlfnlly decorated with mnllo and whits
her stay here and has been most charm- lels, for his bride. After llov. J. Al.
Ingly entertulned by her liuit mid lionl. l,ydgato, who pet formed tho iiu oniony.
ei,H- ' pronoiincod them man nqd wlfo ull
thooo present moved up and cuugratu
Two pretty Southern girls, Mlsa HI- luted the newly made couple, nnd nrtei
Ian l.ecrh mid Miss Kthcl Powers, .who n generous aupply of hearty hand
aro wlnttrlng In I.ih Angeles, tho com- shakes and heaitfelt good wIkIics Ibn
Ing Benson, weie nmong tho piihsongais party moved out to a big Innal, .vhern
going up on Wednesday's Alameda, tho brldn'B mother, with thn nblo as
much to tho tegict of tho mnny filonds slstnuco of Mis. ChurlM Chllllngworth.
whom (hey havo met duiljig ther brief liaithiiejiared n largo and hoaity meal,
but delightful ftay lu Honolulu. The uud here toasts weio drank to tho hap
young women wero rcembois of the py couple. It wan not long, however,
Kdltorlnl party and wero mutronlzed 'when tho ittmcnphoro was tilled with
hv Mrs, J. J, Penny of Long Unich, but rice hurled nt Mr. uud Mis. , Sanborn,
tho charms of.Honolulu piovvd so'pow- und uiuld tho etclfjmeut' tho gioom
ei ml thut they outstiiyed Jthelr ,ehup- very clcveily munaged to disappear
oione. Mrs. Penny having teWrncd on with hl.i brldo, leaving behind iitltn n
the Sonoma last week, j lew disappointed onoi with old shoiu
, ,. ' In their hands, nnd no bride nnd groom
Mis. John Uaborne, of 'the'Koctpry, to hint.
gavu it delUhtful "At Homo" on'Thurs- Thnco responsible for thn lovely dee
d.iy fiom four until soven. lu honor : orallons of the avenlng wera Mesdaiuen
Mrs. O. T, Slinphon. The Iteetory. Mary Clillllngiviiith. rhas, Chllllng
whleh Is nnn of tho most artistic houses worth, Molly Cumnilng", JMiel Whit
lu luvvn, was piofnsely deeouited with lug. AHeun Aldrlrh, PIdiiiiiCo Duveilll
Mexican deeper blossoms, roses, nnd und the .csnis. (loo, Clark, Hon t'larlt
hilght-colniTd loaves. At the ten table and P. Deveilll. Tho Clark boya with
Mis, Super uii'llrhuniByin presld- Miss Maiy Chllllngwoith nuporlntend
ed with much hospllullly, "l.lltlo tables cd ull decoralluna.
on the Innal v(ero very Inviting mid The mnld of honor wn. Mlns Plni
frcin'i five until novon there won n con- encn Hnverlll nnd Miss Allono Aldtlrli
slant ttiium of gnosis, ninny coming wns bildeaniald. Mr. (Jhas. Clilllliig
on from the Wilder reception, It was vvoith gave thn brldo nway. Mr lloit
an ugiceablo eliding to u very warm uol ot Hleelo ueled ns best man. '
sacred of their life together?
"Tell me. "I urged na wo parted,
"how Is i that one man can make up
lo you for the loss of the world nnd all
that It means, how It Is that you could
Bo cheerfully bury yourself on Midway
and remain what I believe nu to be a
She looked nt me a moment beforo
she nnswered and then fdio said:
"Ate yon married? Well, my dear,
when j ou are you will know'."
day In sit on the llsborne lannl, which
was delightfully cool, nnd discus tho
nffnlrH of the week, Mr. ITsbouriio made
tils nppeaianei) nt tho end of the nfler
noon nnd wns greeted With enthusiasm,
Mr.i. Chuk entertained Informnlly al
dinner one evening Inst vveok nt her
homo on l-'ort street lu lompllmeul to
her house guest. Miss Nellu llngadnrii
of l.o Angeles. Thoso for whom cov
ers were laid wero Miss Woodford. Miss
Itlplej-, Miss Tower nnd Dr. V. K.
Clark. Tho evening wiih spent motoi
lug, tho gne'-'s vlrlllng the nlghl
hloomlug ie.?.is hedge with Its won
derful inns of cxiiilsttn bloom and
having their Hist experience of gather
ing these beautiful dowers of the night.
Mrs. Kranela Svvnnry was thn host
ess of a bridge luncheon on Thursday
for Mrs. I.nimdrtlo ami the Misses
Sidney Smith. Thn Smith girls havo
been gticstirnt the Moaua Hotel while
Mopping bote. Among tho others
ptcsent wero Mrs. Klehnrd Ivors, Mrs.
Illluekerhorr. Mlsn Tolbert. Miss Jos
hlo Kuitliuaiiii nnd MIfh Mniion 9colt.
On l'rlilay Inst Mis. Frederic Klamp
gavi' ii, dinner for her aunt, Mis.
rluilth. nt her resldeiic o mi Thurston
nveniie. Among those present weju
Major nnd Mis, Van Vllet. Captain
nnd Mrs. Hlaltory, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ten
ncey I'cck nnd Mr. uud Mrs. C. Wil
On snndny evening nt Ihe Milium
Hotel iir. nuil Mm. llumplirlH enter
(allied nt' dinner for I'rluro ami I'rlu
rets Knwnuiin-iknn, Mis. Iletdt, Mrs.
I llrrerinhi. Mih. lftilrehllil unit Mr
Among the diners were Major nnd
Mrs. itiihsell, Mr. and Mrs. Hurry
Mnefarlane, Mis. fleorgo l'nlrchlhl,
Misses Helen. I.ady and Alice Mac
farlnne and Miss Violet Mnkee Alter
ward the whole parly went on lo the
Orpheuni for tho show.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Alexander Scott nro
ngnln nt tho Young Hotel, but limy
work Is us popular on tho other Isl
nuds. as it Is lu Honolulu.
Lord nnd Lady Playfalr nro guests
at the Mnnnn lintel Tliov urn iln.
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