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BVENINO BULLETIN, HONOLULU,. T.H., THURSDAY, AUO. 12,1009
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Piano taught in 6 months, S3 month
(8 lessons), apodal nttoiulon adult
beginners. "Teacher," Bulletin -fnco.
Woven Wire Mttresses repaired at
the Factory Honolulu Wlrif Bed
Co., 1250 Alapal St. Telephone
635 , 8945-tt
Otto Om Carpenter, Jobber and
Contractor. Phone 1863.' 1420
Victoria St. , 4321-lm
fee Sing Kee-Plumber and Tinsmith,
Smith, Bt,, bet. Hotel and.Pauahl.
For Walanae, Walalua, Kahukn ano
Way Stations 9:15 a. m., 3:20 p. m
For Pearl City, Ewa Mill and Waj
Stations t7:J0 a. m., '9:15 a. .;
11:05 a, m., 2:lt p. m 320 p. mi.
SMS p. ., (9:30 p. m., tll:00 p. m'
For Wahlawa 9:15 a, m. anc
l:16 p. m.
Arrive. Honolulu from Kahukn,
Walalua and Walanae 8:36 a.rni..
..6:31 p. ra.
Arrlre In Honolulu, from Ewa Mill
nd Pearl City 17:46 a. ra., 8:36
a. io., 10:38 a. m., 1:40 p. m., 4;31
p. m., 6:3l p..m., 7:30tp. m.
Arrlre Honolulu from Wahlawa
"8:36 a. m. and 6:S1 p. m.
t Ex. Sunday,
t Sunday Only.
The Halelwa Limited, a two-bout
train (only flrat-claaa tickets hon
ored), leaves Honolulu every, SuudajJ
nb oiaa a. ui., rviurara;, arrives ill
Honolulu. at 10:10 d. tn. The. Limited
tops. only at Pearl City and Walanae,
u. tr. UKMiBUN, r, G. SMITH.,
The Encore Saloon
Try a drink at 'the new place and
have HIKE PATTON serve yon.
COB. HOTEL and NUJABTI.
manufactured from pur distilled wa
iter. Delivered to any part of city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.
Kewalo. Telephone 528.
Delivered to residences
and offices at 25o pet
hundred in 10-lb. lots
W. O. BARNHART,
133 Merchant 6t
ALLEN A ROBINSON.
Jneen: Street :: :: :: Honolulu.
M. Phillips & Co
Wholesale. Importer and, Jobber
AMERICAN DRY GOODS.
FORT and QUf.EN STS.
Bamboo (Furniture Made to Order.
1 Picture, Framing a 8pecialtjr' '
663 S, BEBE,TAWA,IT,
TELEPHONE 497, ' ' - '
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUQAR JaA
CHINEBY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler wSrk
. and, kivited pipes for lrnptuon
, purposes, a specialty. Particular at
tentionpaidto JOB WORK, and re
pairs, executed, at shortest notice.
P. H. BURNETTE
Com'r. of Deeds for California x-d
New York j " NOTARY PUBLIC;
Grant Marriage Licenses; Draws
Mortgages, Deeds, Bills of Sale,
Leases'; Wills, Eto. Attorney for the
District Courts. 79 MERCHANT ST.
HONOLULU; PHONE. 310.
AND OTilKty PIANOS. ' ,
THAYErl PIANO CQ.
1st HOTKL aTREIT.
Bulletin Business Office Phone 256.
Bulletin "Editorial 'Boom 'Phono 185,
We make a speciality of repairing
ALL. makes of, typewriters, cash
registers and. adding machines.
Our repair department Is the only
fully equipped' one In tha Terri
tory. All work guaranteed. Office
Supply Co., Ltd., Agents for, the
Remington Typewriter Co.
Japanese. Employment Association,
Nuuanu and Pauahl Sts. Call-up
phone 697 If you. want a cook,
good 'boy br servants.
Dnisenberg:& Farm, Architects, 62
63 Alexander Young' Uulldlng.
, Fnlraokayo.Botel,-Liliha Street
137 MEROHANTi. STREET.
Pint-clau residence property.t sit
nated atjJPawaa on King and Young
streets. Building, in!' first-class, or
der and connected with artesian --water.
Electrio li'ht and gas. Also
Kapiolani Park- ots t and improved
property at Hanoi: ana other prc-P:
Edward Everett Hale
BROWN, &..LY0N CO., LTQ,
The Manhattan Cafe
Meals andi Short Orders at All Timet
of the i;Day and Night t7e Never
Sleep. . FORT ST. NEAR H0Ti. '
IB. Wm. 'WARHAM. Prop.
i King-Streeti Ewa. of Fishmarket
DRY-l-GOODS AND FUBNISHtHQ,
' GOODS of EVERY DI
ASCRIPTION. Territorial Board; of
403, Stangewald. Bldg.
CONTRACTOR and. BUILDER.
PLUMBINO and FAINTING.
Jfflce: 'Honolulu Painting 'Co., 221
Kinic.St.: Pi 0,- Box 914.
The.Einet.'Bthlng..on the. let."
Meals At All Hours.
.(VINES, LIQUORS, AND, CIOABA.
""W."0. 3ERUIN. Proprietor.
riU N OH E'B- and. D R IKK I
place in town.'
The fashion Saloon
-Hotel St, ntariFort.
Wo have for sale Dack Set. Ranges,
size i .to 9 ft.; Bridge & Deacb
"Superior Stoyes;" Quick Meal
and Perfection oil stoves; Farm
ei'fl UroUors, Camp and Laundry
stoyes. Phone 211. EMMBUTTH
& CO., LTD., HG King St.
- t 4
Suuday, August 12
J.. A. C. vs, KAL1HI.
"' C.A. 0. vs. U. S.M. C.
Bleachers .' lOe
Beserved- Seats 1 Be and 25o
'Seats on sale at Wall, Nichols Co.,
Ltd.,, Kins; street.
A Great Show for the
Two Hours Swlid
Change' of billi every' Monday and
General Admission 10 cents
Reserved Orchestra Chairs
Iff and 25 cents
Seat i may ber reserved ini advance.
Admission 10c. 1 So., and 29o
Children 5 cents
The' Famous'. Talking! Pioturas,
THURSDAY. JULY; 29.
..10c and 20o
A special, religious program, intro
CITYr OF. JERUSALEM
at .the' present' day, Dissolving. views
and- mpving, pictures of. Portugal.
Change of program three timeaia
ween nonday,. Wednesday . md Fri
day. The RarR
Open Air Theater
Fort Street' Below Beretania.
(From the Empire Circuit)
MUSICAL MONOLOGUE ARTIST.
7m ii "
Admission 10 and Iff cents
Children o cents
FOR. SALE . KAIMUKI DISTRICT;
, Almost. new. hpusej 4 rooms, bath,
lot- 80x1 16-8-feetf improyd, a, prat-'
ty home, line view, ocean, and, city,
near Sixth avenue. Price $1,200.
Another., and this. one is iust what
you 'are looking for. Ai real, bar
gain; up-to-date style bungalow, o
large rooms; both wide verandas:
two lots,. 50x232 feet; large front
lawn planted, with, hedges, plants,
many kinds. of fruits. Honolulu
can't produce a better for the money
for home or investment. Price
$2,200. i Picture. at. office.
PACIFIC COAST REAL ESTATE CO.
. F, B. Munroe Mgr.
S48 Xaohumanu St,
Already cut for stringing.
A. B. ARLBIGIT& CO.
Hotel Street, Opp. Union,
OHIO CLOTHES CLEANING CO.
132 Beretania St.
Ladies' and cents' clothes and
gloyer cleaned. Contracts1 $1.50 per
month, four suits. Dyeing and dry
cleaning. - Telephone 4vo,
J BLACK I
V "M!i55 Vane. I
Z rl IAL I. W Ika ai.MUI c I
CwrKfcl. IMS, W ka Betki-Ntrrlll Ce. J
The little' man seemed rarely com
placent ami Impudently greeted Kirk
wood's, scowling, visage as, the latter
peered through the window In tha
roach door, with e smirk and a wag.
glsh.'warc of bls.band. The American
by main strength of( will, power, mas
tered an Impulse to enter and wring
his neck an1:returned to the girl-more
disturbed tban be. cored to let ber
There1 resulted' from his review ot
'the ease but1 one plan for outwitting
Mr. Hobbs, arid-thst-lsy In trusting to
hl.i confidence that- ICIrkwoodarid Dor;
othy. Calendar-' would. rocred.)as- far
toward Ostend as Iho train would. take
them namely td.ihe limit of tliemn,
1 Bruges. ,
. Thasdnsplred,' Klrk'wood look coun:
sel-wlth the girt,; audi when the 'train
ptnsl, st;Obntl'thfy.'Uinilc nnuups-tantatlpus-exltifrorAi
lug tberoselTtf,. when, the exprcsa bad
roiieu.on'.iio,iiiei.wesj upona station
pa,tforn).iln.,a,fpr)elgn,clt) at nlno.ruln
utca,p,?itl o'clocklii tb.mornpg,,bht
at length without, thclr shadow.. Mr.
uobps.'baa gone on ip, Bruges,
; Klrkwood aned. bis Journey Incs with
an unspoken, malediction and collected,
himself to cope-wlth 'situation which
was to proro bardlv more happy for
them than 't be espionage they had Just
eluded. Too primal flush ot triumph'
whlehbad'' saturated' the American',
burner, on", this: signal" succm; proved;
bnt-flcttvo and transitory when lq-.
qulry.ot'tbs statlom attendants educed'
thoviuformatton-that the twe earliest
trains, to d-ottned;wwj the CK,for,
Dunkerque and.the 5;37.for Oetond. A
mlnleMuv delay, ot four.- boursj was . to
bf sauuwdfjn-tbrfacof many con
tlpgeut,,eAtHra singularly .unpleasant
to contemplate. '3tt station watting.
room was o. the-POit(t or, closing for
ihc iilgbt', nt)dKrkwool. alnrmedby
'the rarildebb of the money hrhad'
takep.'from Calendar, dsred not subject
nis nnances to ine strain or. a nignra
lodging at one bf Ghent's hotels.' ' Ha
', cupd, lilmself forced to.be cri.el,to h
i)nu,to life gin, nnui uoroiuys cueer
fill acnillesceucv to.tliclr sne olterna
tlTc'bftrampIng hp street uhltlrdsy
break i did nothing 'to nllcrhte' Kirk
wood's oiiif iH'nttlon.
It waa piTinlllKl them to,orcupr a
bench .outside the stnllnn. There the.
girl, her; Upiu! plllnniMl tin the'treaa
Urtf.'bfigXiiniiliril tmi-nnlly, 'while 'Kirk-
wood-'pliiddrd 'ri'HtleiiKly to .and'fro
up nndilowii tin- pint form, addling hit
pior,wWry-wlti with Ihe-protilem of,
tho nitiirr-niit rn niucivnis'own-.ai-thefilttiro,
at i tin- iltiliappy'Vlilld'fqr
whose welfare ln lind assumed t're
sponsllillllv. Dark for both, of them.
In his uiiili'rstiiiiilliiK tuiixirrow.loomed
darkest for hrr.
Nut until the Kray, fnrmless,lght of
thiiiMivulii.d; was wnrerlng flyer the
iineililld bi.'i'e:iM. bW perambulation.
"I'lii'ii ii Knidiia) ctlr f life 1" tue city
lrVets. tusetlien will), tle,ta)rfaram;o
of ,n Httitluu rter or two, opening the
' wnltttiR ' fpoiiix iind preparing.' them
US11!19! m" iimuh in im' uii, njiiur.i
bltil thill, he mint rousu lit' charge.
"He I'linscd and stood over he'r.relu'c
tnnt tn'illtturli her rest, such n It wns.
hl heart torn 'with compassion for
her; hlssflul.lmblttercd by the'cmel
Ironyi of.'thclr estate.
If,-whaHxv understood, were true, a
.king's rnpsom w secretediwItblM.tbe
scrve ner, rof a.puiow. im ii.nyauru
he'r.nplhlng' fpr her comfort If, what
he believed, were true, she wns abso-
'lute mistress of, that treasure bf Jew
els, yet Ibst night she bad been forced
to sleep oj,a,ha'rd, un,cu?li"6if,bciirh
In tho open'slr,-and tblsJ morning; lio
imust-w'sken hcr.to the life bf a hunt
ed thing; -Aweek ago she hadbiid at
her, command every luxury known to
the . civil lird world; today-' she 'was '
frUhdlees but for hlr.lnefflclent. worth.
I.essfsclf"and'ln a. strange Isnd.-t A
week'.nBo, bad: hci known her them ho
'had'Decn 'free, to tell' ber. of,hs.lave,
ito offer, hear the protection' off bU name
.asiwe.ll nsihls.le,rotlon; twlay.he,iWas
au allt'bnt(."neunlless vagabond,' alid
.(hero could' b6, nodlihondrdPfpfMbaii
io net,, ncr.-Kuow, me, naiwe toi nis
, heart's desire, ,. r
iVaaj.eyer loyer hfilped.friiiUfn dec
laration to his mistress by circum
stances so hateful, so untoward He
.could, bare, raged, nnd, railed, ngaliut
his 'fato' like any nindmnn. for lie de
sired ber greatly, nml she was very
lovely In bit sight. She was to him
ot'nll created things thy most wonder
ful, the most deslmble. "
The temptation' of' Ills longing seem
ed.moro tlwttMie could. long wlthxtnml.
But resist he must or, .part' forever
twjth' nnyMltlR-.to her.rouldernlnu .ir
his own, lie shut his teeth nml knot
ted, his brows nvn traivort..nfdflre
to touch, if only with his. flu$9r tips,
tho Jvqyent wonder, of -her hair.
And thus she saw, blin wbyn, withy
out warning,, she .awoke,
Bewlldyrrocnt' nj flfst. Informed th,e
wide brown eyes, tlieui as their
drow.ih,n,'MS vnnlslied, n little laijghter,'
a little tender mirth.
"Good ulonilug, Sir Knight of the
Komber (NiuiiU'iiniice!'' she Clli'd,
"".''I'L'lna ":' "A"1 I."1" utterly dlitqi
. , . .
.UpfCIe;,"TpTff.you711riil 1lrBe4esary To
irowa.ua uie su.uarKiy r '
He shook, hlsiljfsd, smiling.
; Vigorously sLaklhg put the. folds of her
Plaited skirt.' Ami.'as'ror my tint, ir
will never be onstrslght;4but, then,
you wouldn't 'know."'
"It seem all right," be replied va
"Then, please to try to look a Utile
happier 'since you 'find me quite pre
sentable." ill do."
Without lifting her bended head she
looked up, laughing, not III pleased.
iTTou'd say so really V
Vat downv.the railway tracks there
roso a, murmuring that waxed to a
rumbling 'roar. A pnsslng porter an
swered Klrkwood's Inquiry; It was the
night boat train from Ostend. He
picked up their brigs and drew the girt
Into the waltlag room,, troubled by a
Tlirough-the window they watched
the train .roll In and stop.
'Among others alighted, smirking, tho
I He lifted his hat nnd bowed jaunti
ly to the waiting room window, mak
ing It plain that his keen eyes had dis
covered them Instantly.
inKWOOD'S heart sank with
Ihc hopelessness of It all. If
the railway directorates ot Eu
rope 'conspired against them.
what cbaiico bad; they?. If the. night,
boat train from Ostend bad -only bad
the decency, to-be- twenty.-flva minutes
late, Ipstaad of arriving 'promptly .011
tho minute of -4:45, they two might
bare escaped,) by.' tha 0:00 v for IJun
kerque and Calais.
'".Miss Calendar." said Klrkwood
from his' heftrt.'.-'Juato soon. as I get-.
lsou home safe and sound 1 am, going
to lake n day,, off,' hunt up-thstlltlla
Villain, and-flay him -alive. In the
meantime I forgot to dine last night
pnd am reminded that vc had better
forage for break'fast."
'Hobbs dogged them at a safe dis
tance while they sallied forth and In
a neighboring fetrect discovered. an ear
ly bird bakery. 'Here'they were able
to purchase rolls' stpnmlng. from the
oven, fresh pats of golden butter wrap
ped tn clean lettuce leaves and milk In
twin bottles, all of.whlch tbey prosaic
ally carried with them back to the' sta
tion, lacking leisure ns tbey did to par
take of the food before train time.
' Without nttemptng concealment
(llohbs, he knew, was eavesdropping
round the corner of the door) Kirk-
'wood purchased at the ticket window
paisagea on the Dunkcrquc train. Mr.
flnbbj promptly, , fin t tared him by lml-
ntlnn. and so jcajnitslnf hl luck was
Klrkwood by thl time grown through
1ontli:uiil dUiipiHilntmeut that be Old
hot even let lhp,glrl,llitp his plans un
!ll they were 'aboard the.VOil III n com
-bnrrnx'iit nil In llieniiielves. Then.hav
ing with I1I1 own eyes seen Mr. llohbs
dodg. lulo.tbe third, camtmrlmrnt. in
:'iherre;ir,i'!f('ihe' rwrn i-arytagr.-iijirK.
woih) iiKtiiulsht'il the girl by requesting
berilii follow him. uiid, together they.
left by the iliwir opinsltc that by whlcl
The engine wan running up and
down a scale of stacj-nto" snorts Id
preparation for the rate ntiddhe.can
were on the edge of moving, eoup-
ilhu nlntl.1,1., ii-tux.U tt.'t-riiiini.ri. Air.
""H" --.. -. -s -.: --n
HoblK roiiili'Hii'iideil- to join Ihemt be
tween the triirli.
Wearily, disheartened.- Klrkwood re
opened the ibmr, flung the tiagit In nnd
iiniiiwriineiii, 1'he qiilckeri .route to!
ICti-lrtnil.vl.i Osleiid waa'Miiiwyiiuttf:
tlie ih,eil'iu. A:fofUiluielf. he wait.',
itl firit bntee of second," Imt wlfk
rdly the ulilfftltmta'lptfibii'whn'had
IHippil haek4ntu hi 4'umrtuiem. but
H;iti-4l rradytn"pop,,'outrngaltiou tha
ten! I'lii'iuiragament, In tbr meantime
hf.was pleased to shake a, friendly, foot,
nf Mr. Klrkwood, tbrutli!:t'mt mem
lier out througblth. naif' open door.
l-'Oiily the timely j departure of the
train, compellSng'blmito'raJoln Doro.
Hit at once "If ' st all prevented the
American from dd(na". murder, to tha
already noteworthy catalosfue of bis,
high crime ahd,wldemenors;
ullnle drop-and crumbowhllei.tbsj
tbrougli,i a.'- supny. smiling Hlemlsb
cmwrryslde.- somewhat revived; it neir
Jaded spirits. "
''onrxriitlmtftber lauabed, and.'!cbt-
lerid. n'ratendlni that tho present held
uio.earcs.ort troubles, but soon, thi girl.
neslliiff',ner.naa in a corner.oi'ioe
dlpgy cifshloos, ,was smiling ever- mpre
1(1 slept. In-
Ish slept. In-good earnest, Ubfivsirra
egqulslle.nezturo ot ber,lcbeks,'lthf
in?hout.ih. -sensitive acirt.t ninath.
ith.i breese tbrpngh the.;ojCB.wllow
tati-heMslde wantoning atwiu in tn.
atinllr. witchery 'of her bsir.''-AnaKirK-
oAtvinworn- with sleeolesa-watchln
dtfelt'lnvlooglor upoq theidearlnpo;
'cent!'lluri'0f -her untirb.aoba:.ln
hUhesrtim.a grown wen nignyiasupp
gate ..upward, searcmuB'nwrnmn,
radlng!thJfslth and deitr ofilt'no
tbat'ati longtU; knowledge 'audi'under'
tahdlpgcame.to blm,,of-hls weakneM
nhd strwigtb :nd'tne cleanclov.thnt
he.bore.forbcr, andi gladdened, ha f
drea'tplng ln waking-' Ibe.saine .clear
dreams tbafmodeled berunronsclous.
lips secretly for laughter and the joy
When.Dunkeraue bolted their, prog.
ress, they, wpr obliged to alight 'oid.
.change r.ars. Hpbbs n, discreetly, sinis;
ti-f, shadow n.i ine enu orjije pmiioriii.
(To, Be Continued)
The W..kly Edition ot the Evening
Bulletin gives acompleta eummary.ol
the. news of thalay, .
a 0000 o&
Wanted Ily a young lady, position
as stenographer and typewriter.
Address 1J14, 11 u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
Young man accustomed to general
office work desires n position In
City. Address 15, Uulletln.
An experienced lady tint trimmer.
Address 1C. Kukuroda, Hotel St.
airl for general housework.
, m Hotel St.
Clean wiping rags at tho Uulletln of
fice. SITUATION WANTED:
Expert dressmaker would llko posi
tion In private family or Bowing
by the day. Phone 17T0.
Japanese Private Cooking School
Families or hotels supplied with
cooks. C. M. Matxle, 14S7 Auld
I.ano. Phone, 1C64.
In. the .Aquarium, 8qtu,rday, a whta
linen belt, with whlto Ivory carved
buckle. Reward , at Uulletln
A hand-painted mlqlaturo braast pin,
near corner of Rcrctanla and Pllkol
strcctB. Iteturn to this ofllco.
A book on King street. Owner can
have by applying to Raymond C.
Drown and paying for this ad.
A lady's belt. Owner can have the
same by. proving, property and
paying for this ad. . 4381-tf
Means.you. can. get us by that, tele;
fc Co., '
Jewelers and Watchmakers.
Chag. R. Fraader
:swaeS71. 122 KUgSt
M. A. .Oumst 4b; Co.
1 Phone 78.
Latest-styles sold, at cost
Port ci'Bewtania,: Sts., Harrison Blk..
' Received; ex; Alameda a New. Ship
jsent of: Latest Styles, in
: LADIES' HATS. ,
1028 NUUANU ST.
0;O:;YEE,'H0P 4 CO.
SHIPPERS and FAMILY
, BOSTON. RESTAURANT.
G0QD,MEALS.F0R 25 CENTS.
NEW,AND .EXPERIENCED. COOK.
Eyerytliing in Season,
Hotel Street, near Fort.
We-want toiee.allrour, old cus?
tomers come back.
K. ot P. cottages, 2 story, new, Un
ion street and Garden lane; close
to business; no yard to keep up;
no car fare. Electric lights and
gas. Apply to J. M. McChesney,
16 Merchant street. 4319-tf
At the end of car line on the beach,
furnished bouse; four bed-rooms;
electric lights. Address "N."
D u 1 1 e 1 1 n office.
Desirable mosqulto-proot rooms nnd
hoard for gentlemen. "The Mac
donalil" New Ilungalow, Puna
hou Street. 4380rtt
Furnished cottage; also cool, mos-qulto-proof
rooms. 23C King, St.,
between Alakca nnd Htchard;
Iirgo furnished rooms for ladles,
with or without board. Mrs. K. D.
Wlckc, 1245 llcrctnnlu Ave.
Clean furnished room; $1.G0 week.
Front-rooms 12, 1281 Fort St.
Two furnished 1 rooms. 1071A Like
like St., near Campbell Lane.
Two furnished, rooms. Apply Mr.
D. McConnell. 1223 Emma St,
A few first mortgages on real estate;
12 per cent not; money Invested
on Income bearing property; ab
solute security; In sums from
$100. upward. P. I". Strauch, At-torncy-nt-law,
Wulty llldg., 74 S.
King St. 4385-tt
L. C. Smith Typewriters. Repairing
on- typewriters, mpchanlcal and
electrical goods. C. W. Macfar
lane & Co, Matonlc Tomple.
Phone 145. 4358-tt
A good second-hand Columbia chain
less bike; can be seen nt the, storo
of Yoshlkawa, King St., ' near
Choice collection- ot
Furniture of smnll cottage for, salo
cheap. Address A. M., this pfllce.
Second-hand surry for sale. Apply
Watcrhouso Trust Co. 4381-tf
This means O.K. and applies te
Tft ' m '" '
By the way, we've somethinsj
tiew In thb line a dbUnct lm
provement the best and
cheapest You"t agree with pa
whenyouseoK. Calt, write or
-- telephone, and we're at.your
- .sarVice; oriend for patatof 803
Office Supply Co.,
931 Fort St
Boston Baked Beau, iti
Boston. Brown Bread.
Leave orders a, day ahead,
28 loaves of bread for 81.00.
1129 Fort St. Phone 187.
GEO. A. MARTIN,
Business Suits for $25.
FOR SALE AT ALL BAM T
i THE. BEER AT, THE
I,. '. ALWAYS 0..K.,
(V-, '-4- -i-'-