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Leshl Chapter No. 2 Regular
Oceanic Second Degree.
Pacific Third Degree.
Hswd un Second Degree.
Alt vlaltlng members of the
Order are cordially Invited to
attend meetings ot local lodges
ILAJIMONY IOPQE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Moots ever; Monday evening t
T:3u in 1 0.0 r Hall, Fort Street.
i:. 11. HENDRY, Secretary.
I'. I). WICKE, N. 0.
Air visiting brothers very curdUlly
OAHU LODGE, No. 1. 2. of P. j
Meet every Urt and third .Fri
day cvenlug at 7:30 In IC. of P. Hall,
corner fort and Uerctniila. Vliltiag
etothers cordially Invited to uttenit.
F. It. NUGENT, 0. C.
It. GOSI.INO. K. H. 8.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, B. P. 0. E.
Houululu Lodge No. CIO, 1). P. 0.
Elks, meets In thcli hall, un King
Street, near Tort, every Friday even-I
lug. Visiting Brothers are cordially ',
Invited to attend. '
E. A. D0UTI11TT, E. It.
II, C. EASTON, Sec'y.
On. U'KINLEY LODGE No.8, K.ofP.
Meets every 2nd and 4th Saturday
evening at 7:30 o'clock In K. ot 1'.
Hall, cor Tort and Deretanla. Visit
ing brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. McOREW, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSEN. K. It. 3.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Mc-l- on the 2nd and 4th WKD
NESljA evenings of each montb at
7:30 o'clock la K. of P. H.ll, cornet
Bcrotanla and Fort streets.
j Vliltlnr Eagles are Invltod to at
tend It McCOY, W., Prest.
H r muuk. Secy.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No. 1, 1. 0, E. M.
Meets ever) first and third Thurs
day of each month at Knights of
Pythias Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
OEO. SANDERSON, Sachem.
E. V. TODD. C. of It.
Can be made to last
longer and keep mofe
correct time if prop
erly attended to at
regular intervals by a
man who thoroughly
Come and sec us
J. A. R. Vieira & Co.
115 Hotel St.
At All Watchdealers.
Agent for Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KING Sts.. Honoluln
WANT A WIRE BED I
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
M. A. Gxinst & Co.
FORT AND "';0 STREETS.
WALL. NICHOLS COMPANY, LTD., '
Fort and Merchant Sts, I
JKT DULLCTIN ADS PAY &!L
Wc are in line with tie 6
oesi assortment of
In the market. All makes.
Perfumed and Plain.
Just ask for the, kind you
Lelinhardt's Candies always
' CO., Ltd.
King and Fort Sts.
Miss Kate Woodard
1141 Fort Street.
Stamping, Embroidery and No
tions. Shirtwaists. Qlovcs and Un
derwear. Orders taken for all kinds
of fancy work. Telephone 387.
The smallest. mot nnwerfnl Pit
Extinguisher on the market. Just
uie tiling; tor automobile. C. w.
Macfarlane, Apt, Masonio Bldg.
The ideal non-grease, non
Makes copies as clear as
Hawaiian News Co.,
Alexander Young Bldg.
Will do it
New SUMMER OUTING HAT at
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET.
Rules, transparent squares
and protractors and other
materials used by architects
See our stock.
Oat & Mossman,
76 Merchant St. near F. 0.
CHOICE CUT FLOWERS,
FANCY RIBBONS and BASKETS
THE FLORIST, HOTEL .YOUNG Bid.
HO FOR THE
FIREWORKS and FLAGS at
A. B. ARLEICH & CO., LTD.
TAPAS. BASKETS, MATS.
Hotel nenrTort. , . ,
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twe'lvc hundred sheets of eood
paper for twenty-five cents at the
Ten good auto-hacks. Phono 6.
The Roval Annex is the nlace to
get the' best ineal in town.
Take your carriage or Sutomoblte
to Hawaiian Carriage Manfg. Co., fen
Inter-Island and O. It. & I shipping
Looks for tale at the Bulletin
office, Co each.
German Lutheran Church Pastor
Feltriy. fl-45 a. in., Sunday School;
11 a. m., service. 7.40 p. m., ifturglsclie
Feoplo going to the mainland for
their vacation should take Hawaiian
preserves to their friends. deo Mm.
Kearns about It,
E. Il'oylo, who was charged with lar
ceny la Iho second degree, was given
a suspended (sentence, of thirteen
months by Judge. Long this morning
at tlio Police Court.
Leong Man, a Celestial, has been ar
rested on n charge of heedless driv
ing, he haVliig driven over a Japanese
cyclist, much to the dclrlfnent of both
the innchfiic and the man.
Entrance examinations for How
ard College and also for Iladcllffe
will be held In Pau'ahl Hall, Oaliu
College, next week. All randldates
must register with '.ho Supervisor
by 8:30 o'clock Monday morning.
Christian Church A. C. McKeever,
pastor, 'JMS Ulblu school; Temper
nnco lesson; (1:30 p. m., Y. P, 8. C. E.,
".Missionary Pocket DoOk". It a. ni.,
sermon; "Christ Sin For Us." 7:30 p.
m., sermon; "Are You fur Christ ?" All
tA St. Amlrow'g Cathedral tomorrow,
the clergy from the different Islands
will be present, In the morning at 11
o'clock tho Bishop will deliver his an
nual address. In Iho evening, at 7:30,
tho Hev. Dr. Thos. B. Oreon, of Chi
cago, the Well-known lecturer, will
raado an address. All aro cordially in
vited. The Townstnd Undertaking Com
pany filed articles of corporation, as a
Joint stock company, with a capital
stock or (25,000. Tho olllccrs and di
rectors aro: W. W. Hall, president;
J. C. Axtcll, vlco president; J. D. Mar
qucs, auditor; J. II. Townscnd, treas
urer; John Hills, secretary. There aro
,B0O shares, par value of $10 each.
The heaquarters of both corioratloiis
Articles of Incorporation wero today
filed with the Terrltoilal Treasurer by
tho Royal Hawaiian Oarage, with a
capital stock of $25,000. The stock
holders and directors arc: Ooorgo
Itodlek, president; F E. Thompson,
vice president; F. W. Macfarlane,
treasurer; C. J. Falk, secretary, and
Oeorgo II. Roberts, auditor. The, ca-
Ital stock Is to bo divided Into 12&0
shares, par value (20, with the priv
ilege of extension to S1C0.O0O.
SANDERS WILL NOT
TEST CITY'S MILK
Board Refuses To Place
Approval On His
,M. N .Sanders will not ho milk In
spector. That much Is certain. Joe
Sllva may be milk Inspector. That,
however, Is uncertain, Mhrc, who
knows something aboui milk lnspoc
tlon, has been kept out of the argu
ment so far.
When Fern submitted the name of
Sanders to tho Board somo lime ago,
action was deferred. At each subse
quent conference. 'the matter came up,
but Ajlett, cautious as ever, alwa
moved to defer, For tonio reason or
other he let tho matter romo to a
vote last night, however, and Sanders
wasswamped. McClellan, tho Mayor's
henchman, voted for him, und wi did
9ulnn, but the others said "No."
HIS Honqr, was evidently expecting
somo such a verdict, for he promptly
offered Sllva's namo when he saw that
Sanders would not do. Tho lloanl
deferred action on that and decided lo
do a little more conferring.
Tliero seems lo bo a notion that, If
enough deferring and rejecting is
done, Fern may ultimately nomlnato
some one who knows bomethlng about
SAVING THE PIECEtJ. '
"Every -little fragment of tlmo
should be saved," said tho home-grown
"Sure It should," rejoined tho cynic
al person. "The moment the day
breaks It's up to us to begin suvlng tho
Large new house and lot, 4089
sq, ft. on Buokle Lane, between Ku
kui and Vineyard streets. Substan-
tiallv built. Iron rnnf .1 Krm.
Modem plumbine. At a sacrifice,
P. E. R. Strauch
71 S. King St.
HONOLULU, T. II., SATURDAY,
THE BEST IN THE CITY. NO DAMPNESS FIREPROOF NO BUGS.
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
, JAS' H.
82 King St., opp, Union Grill.
THREE BRITISH SUITS
.' TO COME THIS WAY
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SAN FHANCISCO, June 2S. Aiinunccment was made tonight by
Prof, T. M. See, astronomer In charge of the naval observatory nt Maro
Uland, that he has mathematically proved a discovery that the moon Is n
planet cap tilled by the earth from space and nut a detached portion of
our globe. He rejects entirely the long-accepted theories of Laplace and
Sir Oeorgo Darwin, ascribing earthly origin of the moon, and asserts that
his discovery is supported by rigorous mathematical proof based on the
methods of Hill, Polncnro 'and Darwin.
Prof. See's announcement was made In n paper presented to the
meeting of the Astionomlcal Society of the Pacific Coast, and Is u furth
er development ot hlx discovery promulgated last January, that nil'
planets und satellites are captured LodlfH, which have since hud their
i.rhlts reduced In slrfc and rounded up under the secular action of th
nebular resisting medium once perv nding the solar system.
ORIGIN OF THE MOON
LONDON, June 2G. The British government has decided to order
the Bedford, Algeriuu and Shearwater to San Francisco to (alio part In
the Purtota Festival to he held In that city In October next.
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DEATH IN HEAT.
NEW YOKK, June 2G. Seven deaths and a wore of prostrations
frdm the.heut hnvo been reported today. There have also been two
deaths from the heal In Phlladelpl la.
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CHOLERA SPREADS IN ST. PETERSBURG.
ST. PETEItSllUUa. Juno 25. Ninety-nine new cases of cholera are
reported. Today there were thirty-four deaths from the disease.
Cold and bronze belts. Whitney &
ixiw cub shoes of every dcsrlptlon
now In slock at Mclnerny's Shoo
Store. Solve tho bummer shoe prob
lem with a pair of 2-hotu ties from
The biggest bargain event lu sight
Is tbo laco Bale which will begin at
Sachs' Dry floods Co, next Tuuisday
morning, Road Sachs' ad In tho pa
pers today and learn Iho details,
Mrs, Kent, Iho lady ntslstant under
taker for Mr, Bllva's undertaking es
tablishment, has arrived by tho S. S,
Lurllno. Sho will be ready to go out
on calls lu a few days. Phono 170.
Night call 1014.
Regal Shoe Storo Is Just In receipt
of the latest Parisian and New York
creations lu fashlonublo footwear for
ladles aud geiltlemun, These goods
nro made tpru'a.vch. other clothing In
stylo and colors and uro lu vogue lu
thu loading rwihlou confer this sum-
nor. , '
Hot days provo tho worth of a re-
JUNtf 20, 1409
Guilty At Last
Jfew York, Juno 25. A. P.
Helnze has been found guilty of cor
ruptly Impeding Justice In connec
tion with the disappearance of the
hooks of the United Copper Com
pany, tho production of which In
court has been made Impossible
through their being spirited away.
frlgerator more; than auyUiliig eli.e.
Tho Leonard Clennablo Itefrlguulur
has stood tho lest and dcinonHir.iti-'l
that It Is the best rcfilgerator In tho
market. Sold by 11. Haekfcld & Co.,
You villi appreciate tho oconomy of
coal us a fuel for cooking if you will
hut give It u trial. Thu Honolulu Con
struction &. Drajlng Co., Ltd.. Fort
street, opposite W. II. Irwin & Co.
riionii SSI, oirry the rleiwsl and
best coal and a telephono to them will
bring a small or largo load.
You can buy a largo Iron be, at
last, J, 8, Bailey urranged with the
loctoilcH on tbo mainland to made
regular punees for tho Island Irado mid
ho has n stock now on liniul. Many
other now thlngB lu thu furniture line
alto Just received. Honolulu Wire
Bed "Co., co.iier King and Alukeu
Tho handicaps for the Wulklkl Inn
swimming race nro an follows: Dr.
Falrweather. scratch; V. Waileuby,
2 seconds; W. II. Klnslea. 3 lieconds;
U Stuvenuou, 5 seconds; Ed, Schott, G
seconds; (I. T. H, Wnldron, 5 hccoriIh;
j "Young" Edmunds, 10 seconds; W. C.
Bergln, 10 seconds; J, H. Fieneh, 12
seconds; Don Kent. H seconds; "Jack"
I Iluttt'rnliy, 23 seconds, und "Smacker"
30 seconds, Tho latter is swimming In
great form nnd should about win If he
can lust Iho distance
W.W.'AHANA CO., TAILORS
' 777 .nplnu nnDTB I I TIDES
I inrunciw ,.... i,
Saturday. June 2C,
SAN KHANl'ISCO -Sailed June 2
8 .S. Alnmedii. for Honolulu.
Ilk. 11. P. ltlthet, for Honolulu.
SAN FHANCISCO Sailed June 25:
A.-H. S. H. MIsKourlnn, for Honolulu.
SAN riLNOIHC(J Arrived Junu 25:
A.-H. H. S. Alaskan, fiom New York.
IIII.O -Ai rived Juno 22:
firlir. Il.il boa, 5 p. in., hence Junu IC.
tlit.O Hnllftl Juno 2.".:
S. H.Eiilerprlse, 7 p. in., fur San
Illl.O-Salled June 2fl:
Hchr. Ilohert Lewers, for S.ui Fran-
.i 1- -
Per M N S. H. Lurllno. for San
Francisco, July I or 2 - Dr. mid Mrs.
flcnrge Herbert. Miss lloslo Herbert,
Chas. Herbert, Mrs E D Tenney, Wll
uelmliiu Ti'linc). Mrs. Nonnnii, Miss
Lnina latikea. Miss Crook. Miss (laiill.
Miss Tower. MIkii INiltz. Carl Wollera
nnd family. Mlts Kidluer. May Hay
wood. Jennie Allen. J F. Strode, Mr.
Djer and son. Mrs. J. T. Lewis, Miss
Deas, MIkh Albright. Mrs. Ward, 2
Lord boys, Mrs. Eldoia Deacon, II, E
Murrjy. (leu Martin. V. II. Athertnu
and dainthter Mr. and Mrs. F. W.
Hardy an I daughter. Miss Orace, Mrs.
Mary (luun, Mm. Tnmiilcman, Miss A.
W. Tucker, MIkii Mrl.nlu, Mm, Cox,
Miss M. I.. Lucas, Mrs. Omsled, Miss
Dowrlll, Mrs F. II Angus, Mrs. Doug
lass. Miss Douglass. Miss Winter, Hel
en North, Miss Itogen . Hello MrCorrlv
Ion, Miss Hoe. Miss II. K. Victor, Miss
.Madison, S, Sussman. (lerrlt Wilder.
I WATERFRONT NOTES
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PIJItSKIt PHILLIPS of tho Manila
Kea, which came In this morning from
llllo nnd Maul ports, reports the fol
lowing Hiigar on Hawaii, ready fur
shipment. Olaa. .11.254; Walakea
12,000; Hawaii Mill, 0000; Walnaku,
9l!0O; Oiinmea. 20.0C0; Pepeekco, 8500;
lloiiomu, 15.(100: llakalau, 13,001); 1,'iu
pahoelioo, ln.lim, Ookala, 54011; Kit
knliiu I). .1713, II. 2571: llnuinkuu, 20,
('0.,; I'.Tjuluiu. uiifiii; Houokaa, 12 500;
Kiikiilhaele, 11,105; I'unnlclii. 13,080;
CHANIIES AltI'VcuiilnK niuotig
tliey of tho Kails In Hie liuiiioi nt pies
cut. Tho (llenholm, Wllllnnu, bus
gone outside for an anelin.igo licforo
till) inoro or lier crew m'x Willi Hip
marines lu brotherly love nnd bad
bjose. She Is to sail iihnut Tuesda
next ror the iiltrute ports. The Corn
undo Is tit the Oceanic uhtiif In the
old berth of the l'nfcnr. .ho, with
her troublesomu uliln ties nil Inaul
Is now liobnobblng with tl.e C- Me
ami C mcord further dovn.
THE MATbON m(i-iiu I iir'l le It,
expectul to leavo K Iinltil -o;iig:ii fi,r
llllo, to iiirlvu tomorrow u inina
Tho Palolo road nnd, the Diamond
Head ro.ul will be fixed as hoon as
the funds nnd business or the road
department will permit, according
to n decision of the Board or Super
visor Inst night.
Stray poodle pups will now be le
gally pounded in a specially provid
ed pound of their own The pound
will be built at the Wnbalw.i Park
site, which has been set aside for tho
Supervisor McClcnnan will vanish
between July 7 and about Sept. 10,
and has cheerfully ngieed to tell his
aihentures to his fellow members on
the happy occasion or his return.
J. W. Harvey received three hand
some English pointers by the" Maku
ra from Victoria, B, C.
"Bruce," uged 3 years, won the
first prize and alto tbo first special
prize for the best broken dog In tho
Victoria Kennel Club show April 7
8 and 'J, 1900.
"Prince Rupert," aged 2 years,
took second prize In the same show;
iiIbo a well-broken dog.
''Flip." n months old, took first
prize pointer puppy ehihs.
Rov. J. W. Wndmun nnd Ilov .i v
Jones of this city, returned thlil
mronlng lu tho Milium Ken
11, S. Hosmer Of tho Territorial
Forestry Bureau returned this morn
ing from his otllclul vIbII on tho
other Island, Ho arrived on tho
F. II. M Stacker returned today
fiom llnwull, where ho went In tn
Intel est n fhN company.
lr. J. II. Reymond or Wiiiliihu lK
III town, llo i-nme In Hi,, ,,,,
on Iho Manila Ken.
Tho Daughter of llnwnll will
meet nt Nllllitmi Pull on Mmnliiv ,,rt.
ernoon nt 4:30 o'clock, when a tub.
mi iiiniinemomiivu or Ilia Imttlu of
the Pall will bo unveiled. All mem
bers nro requested to bo piesent I !
pobslblu without tuither iiotlro. '
TliObo liilurvsleil In the past of llti-l
Iwall will also he welcome.
Tho onire of Building Iiisperiur
Mlehlsteln In the City llnll Is still
clost'd, Mlehlsttilu has henn uiiilor
Iho woulliur fur thu past week,
t, g Mor n
tS 2 u .ml
n m. ,
I'. tn.lfi. a m a.
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: in 1 1, 7 w i io m w r, ij ' c n c,
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First quarter of the moon, June-25l
Hawaiian standard time is Jo num.
J0 minute slower than Greenwich
time, being that of thi meridian of 1D7
legrecs 30 minutes Tl o time whistle
Wows at 1:30 p. m., which Is tbo same
a Greenwich, o hourc 0 minutes. Suu
.mil moon aro for local time for tnu
Saturday, Juno 20.
Slim. Mauna Kea. Freeman, from
lllln aud way ports, 7 a. in.
I DEPARTED 7
Frlilfie .limn ir.
Stmr. Chin. lino, for Maul ports and
1 1 Hit, 5 p. in,
C.-A. S S. Makurn, for Colonies, 3
A.-li. R. H. Muxlean, Tnpley, for Port
Allen, Kjiual, fi:K) p. ni.
Satuiduy, Juno 2fi.
Slmr. Ltkellke. fur Kiikullin,.!,. n
Sclir. Pmsiier. for Redon.lfi
Am. Bp. Dlrlgo, for Delawuru Break
water, via Cape Horn.
Sclir Fluuroneo Ward, Plltz, for
j DUE TODAY t
- ' '
H. S. RosecrmiH, from tlnvlotn.
Stmr. Klnau, (Iregory. from Kauai
purls, n. in.
Stmr. Mlknhala, rroin Maul and Mo
lokal jKirtn, u. in.
I PASSENGERS ARRIVED f
Per stmr. Mnuim Kva, Freeman,
from llllo aud way por(s. Juno 2t!. J,
l Cordon, J. Mllner. Mrs. Mllner.
Misses McAllister (2); II. C. Mojer,
Dr. Ilynr, L. A. Baggs. W. Mnyar, II.
D. Lee, J. F. Merrill, Miss Cable, Mrs.
11. Cray. Miss Panllewultn, W. Wright.
Major E. Wlnslnw, li Tiilionil, Miss
Diyo, Mis. Folsoni, Misses l.lndoay
2). Miss A. Chaldmers, A- Conslablo.
He ii. Muiidon. E. P. Irwin, Tlinn. Dunn.
Mib. Dunn, Mrs. Custleman, 11. Mo
Slocker, 11. V. Patten, Urn. Albe.rt.
Uro. Mnlhlns. Bro. Itayinond. Ilro fin.
cent, .Miss M. 1 Cooke. 1 C. Snow, A.
. '1 liompsnn, Rov. Yoo Woo. Rev. J.
W. (limn. Mrs. A. J. Capwell, B. II.
ailoiul. Miss Bleknell. Miss M. W(ids.
Miss llolsteln, Mrss E. Aklna, Mrs. II.
llnnokahl nnd 2 children, U. Laoa. I.'.
Parker. M. It. JamleBon, T. W. (lay. J.
Roccnherg, Cnpt. Howe, Miss Payne.
Rev. E. T. Simpson, Mrs. F. Murraj,
Mis. J. I). Kokl. Jas. Parker, Sam pay.
knr ami servant. Sam Parker, Jr., Cmi.
D.ivIb, Dr F. . Raymond. 8. Kini..'
Mrs. Knhcle, und 3 children, H. ciia-
iuy, iiuv. Hiiim Yin Uliln, ',. Nelson,
II. Lewis. llev W. !'. I!)-i,.i,m, n,.
Cnnnn Ault. Mrs. Ault V. Fernandez
T. C. Eawklns, Rov. .1. F. joues, Rev!
J. W. Wiidman, J'Ish j. Hoj,,,.,,, Mrj,,
. i uolp, Mrs. Coekett, Kasorlo, Mrs.
KaMiilo and liifant, C. Hedemann, Dr.
Cloos, n. S. Hosmer, Dr. Douglas?, I
F. Hnyscldeii nml son, F. W. Pease. 81.
C SnyrtM, nnd son. Mrs. Cloos, Rev.
L. Keolt. Mlsa F. Woo, Miss A. Knwul
mis. Airs. Susan Flint. II. M. (llllet,
W. Urren, Mrs, Mary Pun.
I PASSENGERS DEPARTED '"
Per stmr, Clamlluo. for Muni ,m,i n.,.
wall port. MIhh Plllwnlo, Mrs. Me
doli os, Miss Soxton, Mary Hodrlguezz,
Miss Mniy Schollz. Mlaa Wllhelmlmi
Scholtz, C. 1). Liifkln, Feruclo Mnrclel.
Frank A. Liifkln. Wm, Ilnla. Miss Man
nested. mIvr II. Slender, Edith Kenla.
Mnnll Kenlu, Miss F. D.nert, Mrs.
Hoswoll, Alfred Nunez. W. Sngun. C.
A. Mutlngson, Miss Mary Luis, Miss
I'.. Sexton, Ernest Ilelnith. Henry He
hush, Wnllor Scott, Rov, I). K. Whlto
ami son, V. L. Brelt und servnnt, 11.
H. Illchnrilson, w. Schiimnn, James.
Keohi ami children, J. r. Tucker. MIbh
H. Corren, Frank Correa. F. Mnrclel,
Joseph Qiilun, Miss M. Ci 'nlngn.
Miss II. Ho.tkauo, J, k, Schubert.
Per 8. 8, Mnkura, for Colonies, Juno
25. Mr .and Airs. Occleston, Miss Lily
Bull, V. Snngiurk (for Suva).
The Hawaiian Piiciippiu Oonip.i,,,.
will hold ii meeting at ,P ,..,.
this ultornoon nt 2 o'clock
Win. McKlnley l.odgo N. g, K ,-,
P., Will lllt'ctlth H OVCIlluir It. K ,.r i
hall l 7-jlO und all momheis r cor!
fniHi ii iisMaMii "" lsSfBs
Sea Wrons, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4.0yc
n"'Tr' 55, Ccmplete.
AND MACHINE WOnKS
KIu fit, Qnir Bouti gt, .)