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MAItt'tl 21 1007
P.isH Unit Primary law.
iuiiIk a part promise.
No ('mini) Kolnrv should bo rnlxcd
Pillar) -boosting n III eventually result
In u general attack ou the County law.
Territorial money appropriated for
the 'Mirk of the Promotion Committee.
It- money appropriated In the cnuse of
Senator Lane's bill for tlio title
tiunsfer of municipal property to the
'ferritin) should pass. There Is no
doubt what Congress will do.
May over) measure Instituted A", it h
the purpose of obtaining a decoift loud
to the Palolo homesteads meet with
success They need the road.
Keep down Ihe Count v salary II t
Experience of the Qrst two yours li.iv
mil proved that more ux Is the 111 si
necesslt of local self-government
Ik-tter provide jiroper cilucnlloutil
facilities for the children now In the
public schools, before tin. ngo limit
tor compnlBorv nttoudauie Is raised
Even teacher will ngtee with Chair
man Long s conclusion that tippinpiia
tion should be made large enough to
ullow the pav mem of suluries uccord
tug tu schedule.
The man who snys Unit Hllo Is go
ing back has either viewed tho situa
tion fiom the wiong end of tho tele
ciw or owes so much money that he
docs not care to go back.
Admonition to outside Island Itepre
Htituthes. that they retain tholr back
bone, is like the udvlce of u man who
wanted his associates to stand so
straight that their backs would be
Boss Ituef holds a record among the
most hlgblv bonded individuals of the
country But now tho franchluo com
plications have lomo to tho fron',
there nro likely lo bo osiers In tlio
Honolulu lins received nmplo proof
thut there nre hundreds uf people In
I.os Angeles and vicinity anxious to
visit Hawaii U would have taken a
- thousand years to discover this had
nut tlio Promotion Committee been or-
Tho Legislature should provide nm
plo funds for the suppoit of at least
one general hospital on each of the
principal islands of tlio gioup. Don't
, put it all on the plantations nor place,
tho people In u position where the)
will be subject cntirel) to Ihe pleasure
of plantation lustiiiillons.
Thoio Is every i onion why tho law
fif tbo Territory should definitely male
' thut examinations foi tho pinctlbo of
medicine in Hawaii should bo conduct
' ed In tho Engllbh language. This Is
, c t 111 American territory, though cer
fe toln ilcnntlonnllzt 1 leelilunta have
tried their best to assist In Its alien
Business men of Honolulu liavo tho
,' tianspoilntlon ultunltoti in their uvrn
hands If rtw wnrfc iMBrttwr. Ihf
nwrtblaa tn.gHe ttutl will wt
h ArMrlM fMufenlriti Nock
I'n ri-Hiht whore It will bring the
In m ii'ntilts In passengers
If i lir luisluess men of this city Mill
idi'p this text In dealing with tlio
fiiHiushlp service problem, they will
g. t tlit.' result for which limy havo tu
Iiiiik in en struggling, and which this
puN r believes the present steamship
haoi will aid. If properly handled.
This ier ho no favorites unions
the st.'amer lines running to tills port
It seeks onlv modern steamship that
lll carry our present passenger traf
fic and leave a little room for cxpiiii
It has seemed lo us that tlio Ameil
i an Hawaiian line was In on Idenl po
sition to provide a steamer ten leu fur
these Islands second to none. It lias
ihe freight tho big rrclght.
Some months ngo tho matter of In
creasing Its passenger accommodation
as put before the American-Hawaii
rn. but apparently the company has
mad' no move, notwithstanding lu
large sugar and mercantile patronngi'.
Thi' freighters of tills lino nro model
. hips and passenger liners of the same
high standard would suit Hawaii tu
lerf'ctlon IJut the American-Hawaii-un
appears to bo satisfied with pics
i nt conditions This line has n stea
mer, the Isthmian, now building which
It, snld to be equipped for passenger
If the Aincrlcnn-Hnwallan will guar
rntee to put the Isthmian, with niuple
inssonger accommodations, on the Ho
iiolulu run. It will he a step townrd
ihnl which our people aro seeking
lesults The Nobrnsknn and Novadnn
ire splendid steamers, but ncconimo
I'ntliin for twolvo or twice twelve pas
sengers does not fulfill the demand of
local paasenger or tourist truffle.
The Oceanic line lias been a stand
by fur years It has glen Honolulu
tlio only local son Ice of recent years,
and In days gone by It wns about the
duly trnuBHirtntlun support Hawaii
had to lean upon
There Is no doubt that tho Oceanic
ilners now nv tillable, on account of
the failure of the Australian line, will
tun pi Hiippl the needs of this city
find, what Is equally Important, ninko
II possible to expand the tourist truf
fle With such ships coming to Hono
lulu, whether from San Francisco di
rect or u three-cornered service In
cluding I.os Angeles, our local promo
ters of tourist tr.iud will hao Ilrst
clasivdilps at their disposal, mid, what
Ik absolutely necessary to successful
tourist business, bu In a ii4tlon In
vuninntee reservations for leturn pas
One of the greatest dlfucultlcs with
which our people hne had In contend
Is the 1 Jiulil III of arrivals by tluough
bn.it.4 to obtain a gu.irunlee of loser-
atlons foi their itittirn Willi two of
lb,' Oceanic llqeis ou this run the sub
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DURING ITS PRESENT ACTIVITY.
Sailing per "CLAUDINE" Friday,
Returning per Klnau Saturday,
The Round Trip costs only $52.00,
For tickets and information re
garding the trip, apply to
HENRY WATERHOUSE TRUST CO.
Cor, Fort and Merohant Streets,
M Estate Dep't,
Thurston Avenue $40.00
Wilder Avenue $40.00
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Gulick Avenue $35.00
Nuuanu Avenue $50.00
Lunalilo Sheet $30,00
Kinau Street $30.00
Ikretania Street $40.00
College Hills $30,00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
Lunalilo Sttect $35.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Eeretania Street $10,00
School Stieet $15.00
Bargain at Kaimuki. One acre of
ground fenced and glassed with six
room hou3cand stable, Good loca
tion. Tine view. $2100,00.
Henri WatCThouse Trust Co., Ltd. .
Corner Foit an! Merchant Sta,
ISfflSfflxtSffiWZr COMPANY. (
THE CALIFORNIA INSURANCE CO.
of San Francisco.
THE INDEMNITY FIRE INSUR.
of New York.
THE MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO
of New York.
TRENT & CO,,
010 FORT STREET.
Jcct of "flrsl-class ships'' will not hnu
lo bo dlscusped, ami passengers cnu
depend on the schedule.
The American-Hawaiian and tho
Oceanic tines furnish conditions that
are more definite than either tho Mat
son lino or I.os Angeles imsslbllltlcs
at tho present time. And uen tho
fit t lines named hau u long way to
go lieforp our people can bo certain of
obtaining 'what Is needed
Under any circumstances, this Is no
time for tho net he men of tho city to
leunln Indifferent Tho Ohio trip has
shown that toutlsts can bu obtained.
Bookings for the regular liners, until
the schedule was upset, gao further
The whole situation Cnu be handled
lo the everlasting benefit of tho Ha
waiian Islands, If.
The business lucu of this rlty will
put their freight where It will opernlo
lo hullil up the tourist trade, and work
ns n unit for Hawaii.
That's business. It's common senso.
Monday, March 25,
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
We will then place on sale at great
ly reduced prices a great lot of Neg
ligee Shirts In all sizes and many
ttyles, including cuffs attached, col
lars attached, pleated bosom, plain
white, etc., etc.
$1.75 Shirts at 90c
90c Shirts at -
$1.25 Shirts at 90c
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
WHOSE SALES ARE SALES.
Ik Meal Department
i OPENS at 0:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 n. m.
Accommodations for large parties
at a later hour may be at ranged.
f;L-- - m r nH
wants Hawaii colons io!r,,w,,',",'o,",',r,'i-,,n,ucur,i,,ci
Pay Travel Expense
21th ll.iy AfleriuHjii Kesslon
The House, idiiisdny nfl.iuoou,
volid lo sustain I In veto of tho (iuv
einoi' on House Bill 5, wblili vvii3 re
Itiprerentntlvc Con en defended his
bill and claimed that he is not rcsixin
slble for Ihe fault Incus of which tho
tiovcrtior complained ,11 was all right
us he drew It. ho said, but tho Senate
ninendid It and in so dolii;; ireated tho
laults for w lilili II was criticized by
the (iiiveruor. Hi thought the Cov
entor In the right In lefuilng to sign
Ihe bill lu Its muddled shape, and ask
"d the House to luixtnln the Covent
ors veto, There Is plenty of llino yet,
he said, to liing another bill btfoic
Ou the vote of the House sustaining
Ihe Covernur's vein Corre.t at onco
Introduced nnotbci- hill covering the
inme poluls in the ilrst, hut designed
to remedy the deft us of the original
measure. II paai-ccl ilrst reading b) ti
tle and wns made u special older ot
tbo day for TiiitMtf.n
It had been liluud lu the morning
that a motion would bo made lu the
afternoon to iccoiislder tho matter of
the raltc In (he )n of Supervisors and
that the Increase would prubabl) be
knocked out. Itlce of Knuat did move
lo leconsldcr, but Kalclupu inlsed such
n howl over It thut like was compell
ed to withdraw his motion and let tho
An Interesting tlneo-corncred light
developed over the matter of the sal
ary of tho Count) Utorncy ot Hawaii
County. Nnlllnta. who had attempted
the day bcfoie lo g t It raised to $3000,
renewed the nttempt. There was In
ternal strife lu tin (amp of tho Uep
icu'UtutlvcM from Hawaii. Somo of
them supported tin raise, while others
opposed it Btieuuonsl). Knlelotiti chip
ped lu and he, Nalllnia, Kahuna and
Maui kept tho all full of words for
about mi hour, rinnll) the Housu vot
ed to let the Item stand us lu tho bill,
at $2100 per )ear
After tho triiusai tion of miitlno litis
Incts, tho Hoiibe rLsolved Itself Into
Committee of I lie V.'liolo to resume
touslilcrntlun of (bf Count) salnr) net.
Sheldon moved that lliu Auditor of
Kauai he given S1S0O Instead of S1C0U
as In Ihe bill. Curried.
Nalllnia again ln.iile an effort to In
crease the iiului) of tho County Attur
nev of Hawaii to1Suv)0.
HAWAII'S COUNTV ATTOIINHY
Itawlius again spoke lu opposition
lo curb extravagance. Ho had tiuveled
around the Island of Hawaii as nu at
torney, ami he (otild not scu how tho
(raveling expenses of the County At
torney could ever bo enough to ueces
iiltnle any such raise,
Nalllma boutino vehement In sup
poit of bin pel grab. Ho, harped iiguln
nu his old story about the Comity At
torney of Oaliu having no traveling to
do, white the County Atluruo) of Ha
waii 'does. (
llnwjins asked tho Hawaii Itepre
MMimtiveh u NTleK of very embarrass
In;, QUMtloui Among otlieu, he wan
ted lo know If it Is mil u fact Hint
the Supcrvbois of the Count) of Ha
waii have u fund out of which they
p.D themselves mileage. Nalllma nd
uiltled It .
"Then,' said Iluw litis, "tills Is my
liojlllon If the SupcivlhoiH havo it
liiml out of which to puy their own
mileage, I (otiieiut thai they can pay
tho tiavclliig uxpciibctt of their Conn
ly Attuiuey uttl ot the siuue fund."
UO TO SlIBHuVISOUS
Ahull thought lh.it u good Idea. "Let
the Count) Attorney of Hawaii go to
tlio Sujieivlbors for his traveling ex
penses," he said. "I move tho Item
pass ns In the bill,"
Ihe motion inirled und Nalllnia
Sheldon moved to amend the bill giv
ing the Tieuhiucr of the County of Ka
uai ir,no and make tho llguio $1800.
When It camo to tho pay ot Deputy
ShciifTs, I'aoo moved to give the Dep
ot) Sheriff of Uwa ? 1.100 Instead of
1'all moved lo inlse tho pay of the
deput) sheriff of Uihiilnii from $91,0 lo
$1200 u )car. Carried.
I'all also moved to inlse the pay ol
the dtpiil)' sheriff of liana to $1080 In
stead ot J'JCO. I lu also wnuteil to give
the deputy of Mtiktiw.io $1200 Instead
ot $91.0. Can led Tho deputy sliciirf
of Molokul got (720 Instead of $Gti0 ou
motion of Niiktilcku.
Tho pay of supei vlsoru becamo again
tho bono of ((intention, when like
moved that the action of the Hoiibe bu
Knlclopu objeiud that suih a mo
tion should (oiuo from one who voted
lor the nil be Itlce said the letouU
didn't show II. (The voto was only a
Kalelopu still objected, but tho
thiiliman put tlio motion. Hlcn with
dievv his motion and the llguio lemuliis
Akiiu moved lo lecouslder the rat
al) Hem of the (ouuty clerk of Ha
waii, which was the day heroin llxc.i .it
$2100 Instead of $2100. Carried. He
moved to make It $2100.
Nalllma uImi kicked.
Akau nlbii wnuieil tho llguro to ic
miilii .it $200, uiiil Mouuaiill cxpicsocd
his oviiwhuliuliig suipiibo that mo
one should even Ihlnk of such a thing
as changing Hint llguio tu n lower one.
Such nn act, ho thought, would be
ihlldlsh. Ho got lo talking iibnut
Jesus Ctulst and Judas, toinpailng
niDiine who wanted to go back on the
loimer in tliiii of the Housu lo .Indus,
und his icmarl.n vveio en rldleiiloiih
Ihat evou tho interpreter got to laugh-
ling m hunt We mHldn'l lnttiH liH a
KsIiskh ash ihnl hht nrnoittetils itl
M'Slento) le fotinHleti, ui lie huff'
ilinnscil hV inlHd Htid nun fstulil
Una s miMlou
The IIi'pii'M'liliillvni frutu the Cntlti-
of Hawaii maimgnl lo git into h
lirnullfill Miiialible, mid all sorts of
rerilmlunllons paiwrd uuiong ihcln
'then KaleloiHi look u hand In lliu
PJit'Cllll-n, imillllUK "HI llllll lliu llliniiu
llepreseulnllves ntiiienri'd lu lie erj
much divided among themvles. As I
long ns tuey touldn l gel together, lie.
s.i Id, ho couldn't sea how they totlld
expect the rest of the Housu to hclpi
After nlKiut nil hour uf exiltnl do-1
lute Ihe motion lo put the wilnry of
the Count) Clcik of Hawaii back to
$2100 was put and tnrrlut
Kah.uia muted Id reconsider tue
Item Itxlug the pay of the Auditor ot
Hawaii Comity nt 12000. The motion
Itlce moved that the (ummlltec rite
and report reiomuieudiiig that the bill
pass second raiding The motion was
nulled, the Speaker look tho (.hair anil
the repot I was made and adojilcd, '1 he
bill was plated iiikiii tho calendar for
tho order of tlio day for today.
Ihe House adjourned at 3:10.
Ileforo going Into CommMco of lliu
Whole, the llcium transacted the fol
Senate Clcik bavldgc Infoiuieil lliu
House that the following bills had
passed third reading lu the Senate
Semite bill I5, relating to treating
the ullli e of county btrvcyur for comi
ties In the Territory and to II x their
duties and compensations.
House Bill 81, lelatlug to publication
of statement of iu-p.ulucrshlp
House Bill 0.'!, relating to tho wilt
or quo warranto.
House Hill SI, an Act to authorize a
veidkt or Judgment torn leaser imcnse I
under a charge of u greater offense.
amending section 28G0.
House illll 21, requiring struct rnll
wii) companies to sptluklc certain por
tions of stnets lu Hunoliilii.
Kalatia, fot the Mibiellaneuus Com
mlltce, ieiotled on Hoitbo Hcbolutlon
112, piesculed b) Kalana, pmvldlug
$10,000 for extending Ktikul street to
As)lum road, and icroininvirilcd Ihat
the Item be stricken out, mid thai the
balance of Itema us asked for in suhi
resolution be inserted, nnmcl).
For the extension of Hales street lo
I.lliha stieet, $7500, extension of Vine
yard street to As) linn road, $10,000,
l.evv road, west end of Judd stieet,
$10,000, new- load, west end Judd street
mnk.il lo School street, $10,000; new
load Wahiluii $5000, nev. road Alcn lo
railroad station, $2000. new road, Kn
lauau to rnllioad station, $00. Adopt
ed. House Hesolutioti 113, pie wilted by
Knle sklng that $20,000 for extend
ing and constructing Judd street from
Nuuanu street to Dr. Camp's and Pa
cific Heights electrical stimuli? was re
potted on and tho (ommittce recum
mended that the samu bo liibcrted lu
tho appioprlutlou bill. Adopted
Corrcn lutroiluced u bill to iimuiid
Section 2737 of the Itevlsed Iiws of
Hawaii, telnlltig to coi oner's Inquests.
Passed nrtt reading mid was tefeiied
to tlio Printing Committee.
Governor's veto on House 11111 13. re
lutlng lo coronet's Inquests, wns sus
tained ou motion ot Corrcn,
IiOUSi: WANTS TO. KNOW
Kalunii Introduced a icbolutlou re
quiring the Supeilutendcnt of Public
Works tcUnfnrm tho Houso on the lol
lowing ipiestlotis, to-wlt:
1 How much It cost the Tenllory
lor pel maiieiit Improvements of
U'nllnl... .....dl ..V. .7.:. i ..." ....",.
for Iho Uili.iina vvtiler works up (u tho
2 What wns tho raceijitH from each
or mid water works lu each )enr?
3 How much wub sjieiit by tlio Tcr
rllmy for uirrent expeiihcs In each or
said water works ditilng the last two
The Hoiibe letolvcd llbcir Into Com
mllleii .if Iho Wliolo und look up the
(ousldeiutlou of .J louse Illll 13C, en.ll
Ing Counties within tho Tenllory ol
Hawaii, and piovidiug for tho govern
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"Ttdllor levelling Ilulletln. Itenders
of tho Ilulletln would very much np -
piecl-ito nn editorial from )our pen on
Ihe IlicomoTnv t'renil.lloil Hill which
the income Tax J.eni)tlon llll, vvilcli
comes up Hi tho Senate on Alnrcli 201..
This bill raises the exemption to $1000
mid frees n large bod) of sahule-t,
voutu men from this imnecessary liiir-,.A
den. Tho present Income lax bill with
cxcinpllnn nt $1,000 operalea ou tho
class of mechanics, clerks and book
keepers who me receiving tegular
moulhl) salaries and whose income Is
Hied with the aovornment b) tlio com-j
panics employing them It docs not
work wiin nn) justice In the. etiso M.
I tie uocior, lawyer, mercnani, iiiinucicr
or stock hioker Tho oul) basis upon
which this latter class can bu taxed
Is upon their sworn Income schedules,
nnd )ou and I know that these sched
ules mo not worth u from tho
standpoint of Veracity.
This Is tho icason we believe that
itilslug tho exemption to tho $11100 llm
It will benefit n veiy largo body of
middle-class citizens, becuiiHu wo nro
convinced Ihat tho old law does not
Wo believe that Iho wholo s)sleni
of taxation is wrong lu this Territory.
It In common knowledge that the rav
in cd corporations and tho ring of
wealth men do not pa) tho same rato
of luxation that tho $100 a month man
does They havo nlwn)s leccived the
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"ml viuuaoie privileges nun i.ivois.mg nipte itiicaicning uiimiisiouH
riom the l.eglslutuie, lo llie exclusion greater paw or the Loiithpiislein pro
of good, constructive legislation for vliucs llie effeiltil. T plinu fever In
Ihe musbcs. Until Ibis mutter can he adding lo Ihe hunger fert-r uiaklng tin
leiiiljustcd horizontally, wo bcllovo slltmtlon inoie despeiale cneh hour A
Hint nny llghlenlng of Iho burden on i report slates that over 1i7o villages or
thu siibmeiged thousands will bring
teinporar) relief, and Is Justifiable on
I hat one count
Wo observe with indignation tho'
compact which Sountor McCarthy linn J
formed with Senator DowbOtt Ho has
fought the Income tax hill from start
lo Mulsh, outdoing Dowsolt III Ills ve
hemence We nover expected nil)
tlifu,; fiom Senator Dowsed hut oppo
sillou; his kind don't bother their
heads lo give Iho common people leg
Iblatlvo relief or equality; but wo did
expect Senator McCarthy to light for
us ou the floor of tho Senate and in
committee, for wo put htm there That
ho wns tho peoples' champion, no one
can deny, for Iho votes Hint elected
him vveio drnwn from nil parties und
no man over entered Iho Senate from
Oahu with mi iKipular a vole. Nor do
wo havo to look far to find tho reason
! for this tremendously strong voto Tho
people had become Hied of electing
hScuntois, who, when they had i cached
l'lhn Konnlo. nlwnvtf fnrzot Who lint
I them thero nnd Wli) With piodlgil
i hand they gave fnvots lo (ho "Intel
'csta" or smoothed over hatsh middle
class legislation, hut the hand ulvva)s
I turned itlggaidl) when 1ho pcoplo de
manded a Just healing, as In this case
(tlio Income tnx exemption law).
I Wo elected McCiuth) bounibo we
I know, oi thought wo know Hint ho was
not allied wllh tho "ring." Jx'ovv we
iiii,it inn iiuuum.
PleiiBo get after McCarthy and try
mid mako him scu tho en or of his
w a) 4
Yours for tho good of tho Territory,
THREE PEOPLE DROWNED
I l.lhile, Match IS. Two women und
a child drowned lu u plate which tiul
I two weeks ago was dry land Is the i
! week's iceord of lucldcnts In Walnuii
I t...l.... .I. I I..., II, oi
..iiliUK llll ii-ii'ill lltuvj mum mi
ireshets In Iho mountains bent n tie
inendoiis lot of water down tho Will-1
men liver, doing considerable damage
'Iho hi eakw titer built Inst cur saved
Ihe uipci volley fiom being washed
out lo sea, but II pioved lo bu too low
as the water t unhid over ll anil cut
out a hole leu feel deep und soinn i
llili tv-ilvo feel In diameter between
tho embankment und n houso occupied I
ly Ah Chun, the pel man i
S.uuid.i) afternoon Ah Chun's wife
and i.nveii-)iMi'-old win went mil nj
cut giuss, und while the mother wu
g.illieiliig Ii up-the bo) was plti)lugl
occurring every three wcelcs,
beslil" Hie ihmiI.
Kt , rr t
liming the plav bo
(HI tne perpeMllcillnr
t; ledge of the hole and fell Into thu
j water The inosher -eclng this nnd nut
jrca'IrlliH; that the wilier wns deep,
,, Jumped in lo leseuc him. but not lie
,, lug nblo to swim, herself begun lo
. .1.-... .. M.. 1,1,. rl...n. . I.tiln ,,r
lllllll. .tlin. ,ll., IIK, - , u i,i,i..- '-
"in few duvs, lived across the stieet
i und heard tho frcnins nnd ran In us-
Nlsl her neighbor, but wus herseir iro-
tlpllated Into the wnlcr Sevcial Chln-
" wIiiichch to the nc.ldenls, but
I llcl"B lmaMe to wl'" ,'" otl ,( ut
i n.ulvcs 1 hlp them lleroio
, ,ctmnc(1 wltn ," npl-) ,,tll lll0
1 W()mcI ,, tll(. ,,m tt(le (1roniMMli
lu A), ,.,,. UnU na,nj; () tl,p
MQf v,ll!c llu ,,, of lllc nthor
I.,.,, ii ,,.. . ,., .,.., Th.i
corpen of the boy nr.d Mis. l'lng
('hong wero xccurcO Inter by natives,
who dived down und found them.
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At 7:H0 Ibis evening theie will be u
public baud conceit at Aula park:
March: 'Pionk" Kiinoth
Ov ii lino: "The Spilng (Jtieen" ....
lnteiine?o: 'Chetry" Albert
Selection: "Popular Aim" 311114
Vocul' Hawaiian Songs. nr. by lleigcr
Sell (Hon. 'Tnntnua" Hubbell
Wuliz: "rillplno" Andrew
Kln.ile. "Aloloknniu" Ilcrger
"The Slni'-Spangled Manner"
livery day brings still mora dislicss-
i lug icjioitn of Ihe famine lu Russia.
lie uiea of actual suITHiIng Is ubsiiiu-
.. .. ... .....
Iho houlheiibt will have no imps what
ever Voting Russian kIiIk tue belli:
puichascd b) Turl.omuii unicliiints und
foiwardctl to Turkey mid Persia
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