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FA ENINQ ntJI.MCTIN. II0N0MIM1. T. II.. TIIUIIHDAY. OCT. 18. 1900.
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ISKAL October A. D. 100C. I
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Kotarr Public. Flrt Judicial Circuit.
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Till KMD.W . .. ,Ot T. 18. 1900.
STRENGTH IN SOLIDITY.
The strens'h of ,he Republican
panv on Kauai has been Hit solidar
ity. Tlia strength of the party In thu
(uttiro must reel on the ramc foumla
tloii. and it Ib therefore Imperatlvo
hnt every voter abide by the relcc
tion made by tho delegate ut tho con
vention and throw n ballot for tho
straight ticket. The prlnciplo of a
republic that the will of tho commu
nity Is paramount Bhould be accepted,
whether It corresponds with ouo's
personal aspiration or not. Garden
This s.ime rule npplles particularly
to tho County of Oaliu. It la Impos
sible to secure the best results for
tbo community 83 a vvholo by placing
In office a product of spllt-tlekct vot
ing;, which Invariably means the suc
cess of the least desirable element..
Straight voting Is honorable voting
end an exhibition of common senso.
Results of overj campaign have prov
SMIRCH A COMMUNITY'S GOOD
Tho continuous effort to smash tho
whole' Itepubllcan ticket has brought
forth the stn'cment that "All over
tho United States the necessary ma
chinery of parties Ins been used for
In soma lnstantrs this Is true nnd
In moro It Is not.
It U not truo of the Ilepubllcarj par
ty of Hawaii nor Is It nt this, time In
any way applicable to tho local situa
tion. The gentlemen who think they nro
doing something to reform conditions
In Hawaii an; not gaining the slight
est good for thrmtelves or the com
munity by dsawlng ph-tmes of corrup
tion in tho city of II uioliilu and tho
County of Oahu, which arc absolute
ly without foundation and depend en
tirely on exaggeration of Invention.
Conditions within the Itepubllcan
party organization or among tho
representative ollliers of the party
are not corrupt
There Is no moto relation between
tho situation In she tenters of cor
rupt partlzau and oflklal activity of
the mainland and the administration
of affairs in Oahu, than there lit be
tween the volcano of .Mont Pclcu and
.Punchbowl. It Is truo that there may
bo great possibilities In Punchbowl
lor the same display of volcanic forco
that demonstrated Its power In Mont
Pelee. Hut they nro not working In
Punchbowl. It Isn't there.
Thoy can talk all they plcaso of tho
corruption of tho rollco forco under
Itepubllcan administration. It Isn't
thuro. It is not true.
Searchers tor It linro gone about
with datlc lanterns, their own detect
Ivoa and I'lnkerlon detectives and ov
try means known, and ninth in Jholr
.chagrin they have found nothing to
itls(y their hurei. 'Ihev fall back on
It Is not true 'hat because corrup
tion nas been found In mainland par
ly omanlzallon and In mainland po
lice flrclos, that corruption must tiie
(M,.ny evlm iimler similar hiiiiouiuI
tin - In Honolulu, To liiko that vlnw
a ii s In untruthfully anil rii-hleimly
iiaimi tlio good iiunui (if Ilia illy.
Add imm i hn vllounH nf It,
the folly s yIivihi'i by llm ili'nril
llMll III I'lai ui uHluil ill mmu nf
the police administration whom Ma
own supporters htivo characterized n
"an unslnhlo and vacrlliating man".
Has nny hook of right living, has
tho career of any great public leader
pointed to falsely smirching a commu
nity's chic character as the proper
means for maintaining high Ideals or
When it town Is corrupt there Is
only 'one way to handle It. When n
struggle Is made to prne a town cor
nipt In order that personal spite may
bo satisfied, there Is only one tiling
for the people to do.
.Spile campaigns are not and never
tan be deserving support
SPLIT TICKET PROMOTES RACE
The flint fruits of tho splll-tlckct
doctrine Is found In the cropping up
of nice prejudice utterances from thu
It Is natural Hint the morning Dem
ocratic organ should rhnrgc tho He
publican candidates with bringing
this to the lore. It Is nlso natural
for the Democratic organ to He.
The first utterance of raec-lssuu ha
rangues came, from tbo stump of tho
opposition In the declaration that the
liepubllcaiis lit making up their tick
et had drawn the color line against
tho llawallans. When this thought
less race-fire starts there Is no telling
where It will end. It Is ihe most dan
gerous element In this community.
No one itirstlciiis that mi e prejudices
are always In existence It is only n
matter of Judgment on tin pait of
the people whether they will nllnvv
them to predominate.
The particular purpose of taking
up politics on the linos of American
rartles of the mainland was to guide
the people away, so rar as possible
from tho most dangerous shoals that
threaten the pence and contentment
of our cosmnpolUan population.
It was frit and practice has not dis
proved tho conviction that our people
could divide on Issues of partisanship
which did not tlrnvv the line by race
or color. Allegiance to party with
broad purmno operates to Milidlfy the
support of prlnciplo and minim
ize the efforts to sway men by picju
Ike. Opposed to this and conslslet tly
preaching doctrines that keep i. Ivo
the racial bitterness Is and has I 'en
the organ which is now using Its en
ergy to break down the Ilepul.ilean
party. Its old Idcn of rulo or lain
I, as gradually driveled Into n p 'ton
al uplte Issue, to H.thty .which It Is
ready to sacrifice t o most pricing
needs of community life.
Split ticket voting among th- peo
ple who bavo Introduced Amcilcnn
methods In these Islands has but onu
It starts the Hawaiian who has list
ened to the doctrine of American par
llznnshlp to figuring that then- was
en clement of falsity In the original
proposition. If these persons claim
ing a higher knowledge; can split tlnlr
ticket, why should he not do tho
nine? If party loyalty doesti t
H0VOLI 1 1;
J. H. HEMT8CHE... .General Manager
" fwSt&Z&ttife7 COMPANY.
.. j..'7 Vy.ftocK onb niiornn.
Ki "CV 5 i Ji lvMif i-n . Ihhikaii-i AatiiTi
A leasehold near Kaplolanl Park,
Walklkl; has 13 years to run at an
annual rental of $6,00. Size of lot,
100x200. Improvements worth $300
on premises. Price $600, for qulek
A home on Proipect Qtreeti Area ANOTHER DAY OR SO WILL FIN
of lot, 7D00 q. ft. Modern house of '3' THEM, UETTER LOOK
eloht rooms. Otshles, etc. A bsraln , THEM OVER.
at $3,150 00.
Henry Watorhouse Trust JJo LM
Corner Fort nnt) Merchant Sir
Jr mount to am thing among tho men
'who preach high moral stnndaids,
why should he not play the same sort
of a game. Tho temptation Is to refill u
I to the old revolutionary stylo of polities
when parties were but tho creatines
of a campaign to get a mnn into of
' Ice, nnd tcpior-cntcd no definite prln
, 'iplc of progress carried forwnrd from
j ear (o car.
The natural result therefore is for
le converts to tho split-ticket and
divided atloslanco poller to revert to
' flrt principle nnd vote for the Indi
viduals whom they think are the
Now It Is a very well known fact
Unit the men whom the crowd wHl
rcloct nnd volu for on this theory nro
not tho men whom the self-styled re
formcis will set up ns tho best suited
to public oftlce.
There Is one way and only one to
keep tho raco Issue down. It Is the
supremacy of the straight-ticket doc
trine, right out the pergonal Issues
.within the parly and go before the
I people as united partlzans.
CORNERS OF CITY
Tho Republican party will have two
meetings tonight, one In tho l'lflh, and
the other In the Fourth District. The
.ornicr will be held nl tho Knllhl camp,
presumably to counteract tho Inlltienco
of tho Democrats, who mot nt that
place Inst night. D. J. Crawford will
preside mid tbo speakers wilt bo us fol
lows: W. O. Smith. John U I'noo, W. W.
Harris, t'lias. Knnckoa, Henry C. Vlda,
S. P. Corrcn. A. V. Onr, Joo Kntann,
. M. Iliown. Knnlhoiinl, II. Knhalc,
A. S, Knlciopu. J. W. Cathcart, 8. Pa
iila Jlalelita l- T. P. Wnterhoiisc. C.
K. Chllllngnorth, Cbas. llustnce, Jr.. 8.
''. Dvstght, Jan. lllcknell, I). Kalatioka
lun. Jr., Win, K. Lelclwl.
(iood music will be piovlded, n
rpcclal featuio being n vocal solo by n
oiiug lady, wliixc mime bus not yet
I ice n announced.
The nrejlug of tho Fourth will be
held on Punchbowl, on the corner of
l.iiro nnd I'.unrhhnwl itrccts. .M. C.
I'nehoco will prcilde. The speakers
will be W 0. Smith. W. W. Harris, .1.
11. 8. Knleo, .1. V. Cnthcnrt. Henry C.
Vlda, A. V (liar. W. T. Itawlltis, A.
M. Uravv-n , A. 1). Castio, V. O. Tclzelra,
I.. U MrCiudlct, i:. A. C. Long, John
A. Hughes. J is. lllcknell, K. T. P. Wat
crliouse, C. I". Chllllngworth, Chiis.
Hustace. Jr.. S. C. Dulght, 1). Kiilauo
knlanl, Jr., J. I. Hiiro i, J. Mnrcellluo.
The Demoernls will hold their usual
meeting, the J-'ojrth Dlstrlrt nt Mollll-
II church, and tho Filth District nt A.
Mntrls' plaro In Palanin.
The llcpiihllraii side of the llullctln
still hau nothing to lay ngalnst the po
sitions taken en tho Democratic side.
We nsk again: Did tho thirty pict.es
of silver pay for Itepubllcan silence ui
well as Democratic sound? Adver
it's easier than
We are offering
HOUSC AND LOT ON
MAKIKI ST $2160.
HOUSE AND LOT
YOUNG ST. $2500.
938 FORT ST.
A Few of the
' Laces. Appliques,
I REMAIN FROM MONDAY'S RUSH
Hawaiian Realty and
The n flairs of Ihe Hawaiian Healt?
rind Maturity Co. arc being Investigated
by the (Irnnd Jury today and Ucorgn
II. Kcntwell, the mnrngtr of theXoin
p.iny. who has olhces In the Mclnlyto
building In thlf city, was called bcfoio
them this morning with nil the booku
of bis concern. Mr. Kcntwell wa't
obliged to have the usslsliircc of a
county ofllccr nnd two hacks In bring
ing his hooks Into the crown room
whcie the Investigation is being held.
The Hawaiian Realty and .Maturity
Co. has been operating In this city fot
tome years and doe practically nil Its
business with the working clasu
of Hnvalhns mid Chinese, and of late.
It Is icportcd by thoo who linvc ofllcca
In tho hiilldlnr; In which the Maturity
Co. holds forth, thctn have been a num
ber 'of rather excited Chinese, protest
ing ngnlnst tho manner In which the
business has been conducted. Just
what their prntcU Is It bus been Im
possible to llud out.
The Maturity Company has Issued a
circular in Hawaiian which sets foitli
the plan which they offei for a variety
of mutual iicuetlt nHOc Intlon. Tho ducd
nro $2 per month, with CO rents nddl
llon.tl charged for postage and other
Incidental rxpentes. In insc that a
member of tho toclety Is disabled ro
that ho Is unablo to work he Is paid the
amount of money which he has paid I.)
ami SO per cent additional. In nt,c In
dies his heirs arc given the nmount
that ho lius paid in plus Jluu per cent.
That Is, If a man has paid in six
months dues, $12, he will receive $IK
in case lid Is sick and unable to work
or has been Imrt no tbnt ho cannot nt
I'eud to his duties. In disc he Is killed
his helra would receive $21.
Tho company make u provision that
In nose a man has paid in dues for one
J car ho mny withdraw ono half tho
amount which he has jnbl in as u loan,
for which he ahull pay "a low rato of
Interest." He Is uNo paid per tent
on the money which he has put Into
The concern was Investigated miiiiO
months ago under Meiers fiom Treas
urer Campbell and one of tbo book
hcepern fiom bis olllie spent several
days In going over the yciounts of the
An Interesting feilure of the Investi
gation N Unit It Is being taken up by
tho Terrlloilal (Ira ml Jury Instead of
tho Pedcrnl (Irand Jury, which ordln
urily would handle siuh mutters, on ac
count of tho business being transacted
tIirom;h tho U. H.'jmalla.
LIGHT SENTENCE IS
GIVEN BOY8 BY
FEDERAL JUDGE DOLE
I Jndgo Dole this morning sentenced
Reorgo Nualcono and John Piinna,
both of whom plead guilty to tho
chnrgo or breaking forcibly Into thu
postollleo nt Walakoa, Maul, to $1
fine, one month In Jail at bald labor,
and to pay tho costs 'of tho trial. In
giving so light a sentenco for so se
rln'.u n crime Jndgo Dolo stnted that
ho gnvu tile small peri'ty on account
of tho youth M tho prisoners, who
nio only IS nnd 10 years of age, nnd
because ho did not think that they
would' commit nil offence of tho kind
again after tho lesson that they had
been taught. He said that ho did not
ucuovo mat me ononce. was commit
ted through n criminal intent, hut
mroc through bovlsh folly nnd that
after the present lesson ho hoped that
they would reform and lead better
lives, rtnth tho prisoners promised
to behave in thu future.
(Continued fram Page 3.)
that I have been lu office too lour;. Hut
Kuhlo's candidacy Is urged hceaiibe he
lias been nt Washington for several
jeara and knows tho ropes. If that Is
t-o, why should It not apply to mo.
"Although luukcn is n cnudldnto of
tho Democratic purty, tho strongest
backing he has Is u certain disgruntled
clement of tlui Itepubllcan party who
wants to beat Uiown by any mount),
fair or foud."
Iliown concluded ns he had begun.
In n storm of applause He dearly had
tho crowd with him.
Rawlins Roasts Moore and Trent
Itawllns. win n ho mounted ihn stand,
tald. "I think tho speaker to follow
mo is Charlie Chllllngvorth. Two livo
sheriffs bavo already addicascd ou,
and wo am two dead ones. I biippojo
the opposition will Bay tomorrow that
tho police machine was out lu full
Jtawlliis asked tho people what thu
Democrats li.no ever done for them.
"Tako our filcml Air. Moore, Ho r.ocs
nround and says every timo u good
mcasoio was luirodiiccd Into thu Hoard
of tiilpervlsois. he voted for it. He
bad to. The good mcubiiros were In
ttoducLd by thn Hepiihliinu members
and Mooru Just fell Into Uih bticani
and was curiled along.
'"Tim Demounts ileiiouneo what they
call tho whltc-wnhhlug of tbo police
ir. Moore was on tho committee, mid
ou will llud his ii.uiio on the tepoit
( lulumlng Unit whitewashing,
"And my filcnd, Deacon 'I rent! lie
pnya ho cie.iteil thu pit-cent mi thud ol
paying wariants.' Hut what has ,he
done? ' he Hepuhllcaiis passed Ihn
Cnunly Act vvhlili enables lilm tu pay
llicni win rants. And ho hasn't had the
ilciriit-y lu thu pam year tu attend n
Uncling of tlm lloiuil uf HupeivUuis,
TI,oi nio ihn twit Doiuoi'iau wlm
haio In en In iitihn, illoi it )i'tmdMl
1 1 tli'i.Hi iiuw ami hen vtluii you w
M't Hit) oi elm I Uih HeiiMbllnill
li lid mid viiii w goi g lli.it mm.
Delegate to Congress
, J. K. KALANIANAOLE
C. F. CHILLINGWORTH
L. L. McCANDLE83
W. O. SMITH
Representatives Fourth District
J. H. 8. KALEO
E. A. C. LONG
E. W. QUINN
W. T. RAWLINS
A. D. CASTRO
JOHN A. HUGHES
Representatives Fifth District
S. P. CORREA
A. 8. KALEIOPU
H. N. KANIHONUI
H. W. LELEIWI
JOHN L. PAOO '
A. M. BROWN
J. W. CATHCART
F. T. P. WATERHOUSE
.. D. KALAUOKALANI, JR.
W. W. HARRI8
S. C. DWIGHT
A. V. OEAR
CHARLES HUSTACE, JR.
8. W. LOGAN
Walanao and Walalua
HENRY C. VIDA
L. B. NAONE
M. K. LELEO
lug lo .von.
The County Ait needs unieiii'lug
The Republican patty bioiight II
forth, mid tho only parly that ran lu
telllgently amend It hi the Itepubllcan
part). It Is u large, healthy h.iby and
joii want to glvo the Republican pally
u (li.inie lo take tare of II.
Itawllns sltongly endorsed tl.o Po ,
publican ticket mentioning tho dlltnr
cut ciiudiditei by name, its all being
worthy of the support of the voters.
Shows Up laukca
ClilllliiKv.orlh wns greeted wills tluco
touting cheers when he mine up to
Ho asked for the i.upport of thn vot
ers for tho straight-Republican ticket,
lis trial Is th party that has given all
Iho benefits to tho people, "Tht Ke
publlcnn parly," ho said. "Is tho parly
that has your prime for lis lender.
What bavo the Democrats donn for
you? They have placed at tho head
of their ticket n mallhlnl to down ouo
of L.ir blood. 1 ask )ou to support
)our prime. Who Is supporting this
sttuuger .Mtt'l'iinhan? Jf jou believe
It is tho white people that ure ilownlni;
the llawallans, let us see what tho
Democrats uro doing tu getting tbU
lUC'lanahnii lo down jour prince.
Ilruwti has on the polite form 31 Ha
waiian!! nnd II white men. If you low
)(iiir!clwM, your families and your
laud, )oii should at all times irglMer
votir votes against thu Democratic. par
ty,, which Is trying to down iur
pi'liiic for this id ranger.
IniiKci is posing as it purist, but thn
very faction that is supporting him uu
tlioso Hint voted to dlsfranchlso )ou
I defy any ono of ou to stand on this
platform and say that any Hawaiian
on the Democratic ticket has spoken or
will speak for McClannli.ni, for 1
would strike him down as It would
then bo a matter of veracity between
htm mid me.
They huvo stated thut tho Hepubll
ran paity Ins no love for tho Ha
ivallans. Hut It is the only party that
has been fair to you.
"1 vouch for tho gool feeling be
tween Han Johnson and John l.auc. A
no one has ut copied my challenge 1
tan hut say there is no Democrat l.oro
tvlio endorses .MtCiiinnhim.
"They aro saving Drown Is it strung
or. but 1 ray ho Is a Hawaiian, for 1m
was born nnd bred here.
"I am a Hawaiian und I will stand
by the Hnv.'allrns."
Chilling woith stated that Trent Und
t-ald that John liakcr had gone to hlu
mid offered to sell hi vote for $100.
but when Ilnkir faced him, 1 1 cut had
made himself urn no.
"We have pledged ourselves lo do all
we i an to obtain for Ihe IJuceii $J5.
0(10, becaiiso we believi) the loss of thu
crown lands untitles her tn it."
Uhllllugwoith pledged himself tu do
all In his power, if elected, to pasti John
Ijno's leper bill.
A. I). C.ibtio followed Chllliugvwiith
Ho said ho wanted to be elected thai
be might protect thn lahoilug man, for
he was himself tho son uf a poor man,
"I want ou to scud nio to tho I.eglsla
luie lo assist tu making laws for the
Territory. I can servo you us honestly
there' lis 1 have lu benevolent Miilctlo.i,
Castio urged Iho support of tho entire
ticket, for ho bald ho wus eonvlntcd
thai nil thu candidates in o good men
J, II. K. Kuleo tuvlvwed thu Keliubll-
tuu Ihket in a general way and urged
Ihn voters to aupport It.
i; a t' i.oug apologized or naviiu
In speak In lliijilliili, 'Iheio vyiih it lima
lu his jounnr 'lays when bo lould talk
fitly Hawaiian, but Ills education hl
hciu in l.'nglUh, and thcrcforo ha hn I
luigollu'ii thn Hawaiian,
Tlio Republican paily, ho Mild
tin nils for good government cipiul
light to all und special privileges tu
I. one The lioniMy of lliu pally mid
llin lei'Cld of Hie men uiunlliiilrd nio
llbiive ivprimt h, Tu paily linn fulllllcwl
Ull l)f lU itiltes lllnl s illlli,(M it
Uni sol,n uf Dm ieduu fur ligller
VHT T Want the oldcRt and Purcst
1KJU Whiskey, don't you?
Old Pepper Whiskey
(HAND-MADE SOUR MASH)
Is always vcll aged and it Is purity itself. Made in
Kentucky in a distillery established in 1780. .
TO2-904 NUUANU STREET.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES A LIQUORS
Vir.-- .- .. r-
The Oriahial Shingle Stains
Klrst miile, ilrst in iii.illly ami (nil
In the favor of shingle-stain users.
Cabot's Creosote SSimgSc Siahiis
li.tvo been uctl, itnitttotl nntl tilitKri fur iivit twrntv jt'ttm,
Itttl no imitation or Hiilnlittito li,i-i tin; ilepili unit licliti- nf
rolur, ttio l.t.Mtiii (jiulilies or (ho vvonil irv.crviii v.iltto.
AVhihI tt cited with tli'.'so nltiiiM in t-iii'if ajptiist, duc.iy or
i tij n ry liy insects, itntl tlio colors :tti) j;:i.irinti to lat.
For simples, price's mill uujip'ii's, njijiiy to
LRWERS & COOUti, Lttt., IIONOI.lll.U.
SAMUUL CAIIOT, Sole .MsnuUcturer, ' IIOSTn.N, MASi
Food for Infants
Ordinary cow's milk In this climate
Is often a dangerous diet for babies.
D O R D E N ' S
It Is absolutely sterilized. Tho best
relected rich cow's milk sweetened
with cane sugar.
Theo. H. Davies & Co.. Ltd..
I As a CJift
you may Want to make a
GIFT UMBRELLAS must be handsome as well as of fine quality.
PURCHASE ONE OF US AND BE SURE YOU'LL HAVE THE
H. F. Wichman &Co.Ltd.
raituit-n iui mu n.uciicr.1. hlllUH il vine.
fur the parly was u vote for the uuo-'
rcss nnd prosperity of the children.
"If Hi do not wish to go on record
ns opi'oalii;: good wages, then voto the
Republican ticket. '
"Do not inoculate with jour vole, bill
voto for thn Republican party, the par
ty that gave you tho county Act. that
unwrcniheil tho power from thu hand
nf oiioiiiiii. '
"I fiunnil lo tho sous of my native
laud lo support tlo whole ticket fiom
LKiihlo to tho last man.
Tho name of Charlie UtiMaie called
forth loud iipplniiso nnd cheers fiom J
nio iiiniieiieo. cii.truu ulwa.vt gels the
glad hand when lie uppoiu. And he
never fnlM lo gel Urn eiov.il go'u;; lu
about four words, lie did II last nlnhi
.The crowd jelled Itself luurxo and
laughed Itself foio at Ills wlllhliiua.
Other Hpeakcia followed llion men
JJoniMt and held thu tilteiithiii of the
I cieivvil to the end of tho meeting.
Into tho realms of Santa Glaus by the
i buyer of Wall, Nichols Co, Ltd., lias
' reailllf H 111 tllfl l.dn..tt.t. In llnnl.,l,.
--' - ' -., ...ii.jiiiy w iiuiiumm
tho larrjest ami most coniplcto clock
of TOYS and HOLIDAY GOODS vcr
hroii'iht to the Islands. Thcso ijoodo
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present of a good
Tho transport Sheridan Is to move
to tho Nnvul doil; as soon as tho Alio
gawa Is out or tho way, Tho diver la
still working under liic vessel, but
on .iciouiit of tho fart that thu water
Is very dirty whoru alio now II .&, ho
etui seo but little, and '. working
gi rally at u disadvantage, Tho wa
ter Is clearer ut thn Naval iloik, tuid
be can loiillnuo hlu work Micro with
lie In i till engaged in slopping up
Iho leuks lu tin: traiiauoit'j hull
where tbo plates have tpreiul. TI1020
In charge of Iho work believe that
thcuu lepalis will he enough to ten
der it cafe to take tho vrsM-l to tho
Coast, though Iheio nro othern who
think that it will piovu a rlbky under
Hiking, Nn wind bus yet been leccived m
lo when tho lug Sloeiim Is lo kail lor
Honolulu. 'It Is piobablo that aim U
hiiviiig her lowing maehlno luUalled.
Thu Hlocum was ciUlpp(il wl h u
lowing iiiiiehlne when hint tunic Ironi
lliu Mint, Inn II w.'i.i lomovetl and had
never been lopUicod lilliie. Ilbo will
need It win 11 It (iiiiien lo lowlnr; 11
vea 1 1 or lliu eUe. und welulit o thu
II In probable that win 11 Dm Rhcrl
il.ni li'iufii for tlm Coast in ov of tlio
Unfold mid Mloenm the lluluid will
Iniv Hit Kliuihlan dlreilly, tho !nv;
Unci or tlm Hliiiiim being iillmlieil in
lb'" llulord nnd the iwu lowllU Vih
H'ls inuvliiK liiiii'i'm iiishlmi. This Is
hciituse Urn Hloium nlJiiiuiih 11 pin
I'lltil ruin, him not ihn wclulii noiiw
sitiy lo litiiidle 11 hiiUt sii or ihn
Uu id Iho Mhuildnii ivltlmui imi