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Laahi Chapter No. 2 Regular.
t Honolulu CommandcryRcd
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a, i tibiuLK inemtoera ot the
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'' f:SQ lo t. o. O F Hall, Fori Slreot
B. K. HKNDKY, Secretary.
K D. WICKIJ, N. U.
"" All vtfUiue bruins-. ery oirjlalb
DAflU LODGE, No. 1, K. of 1'
Ui-i ever) first uud third rl
i.j v- i.tug at 7.3u tn K. of P. Hull,
Minor Fort and iteretjnlo VUltluc
ttrbUmri cordially Invited to attend
K I.. Nl'OENT, C. C.
It. (103I.ING. K. 11. S.
HONOLULU LODGE GIG, 3. P. 0. E.
Houoju.ii Lodge No. CIO, 11. P. 0.
Hike, uiyetJ In Uoir hull, on King
fitrat-t, nui toil, every FUday oven-
iJ. Vi.innj Urutliera ure cordial!)
Invited to attend
! h A U0UTH1TT, IJ. R.
11. C. Bii&TON, Secy.
SOH..iL" MHIE 140, F. 0. E.
Tl.- on the 2nd and 4tb WKU-
NE6i:a I'l.iuiigs of ouch month ui
'7:0 i'cIocu in K. of P. H.ill, corot
jtaretuula and Fort streets.
Vitlttna Butiiut ore Invited to mi-lnd-
W. M. McCOT, W., Prest.
H 1 MOOKE. Secy.
Vm. K' IMtEY LODGE No.8, K.ol
Moeta every ind and 4tb Saturda
renin p at 7:30 o'clock In K. of 1'
Hall, cor. Port nnd Horctanla. Visit
Ids brothers cordially Invited to at-
e! A. JACOIISEN, K. n. S
HAWAIIAN THI3E, No. 1, 1. 0. It. M.
Meets every first and third Thurs
day, of c.icb month at Knights of
Pythiug Hall. VUltlng brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
L. A. pnilltY, Sachem.
K. V. TODD, C. of It.
IT TASTES CLEAN
BECAUSE If IS CLEAN
Is nlcasant and whole
Bomo. ''There's a dif
ference." The Baby
notes it instantly.
THE POND DAIRY.
Expert work at moderate nrices.
Bergstrom Music Cc Ltd,
Odd Fellows' Bldir,
FOR SALE AT ALL EARS
'! .Edward Everett Hale
BROWN & LYON CO., LTD.
Ar? Your Clothes Faded?
THE Kvi.'T:i LAUNDRY,
J. Aba.i. Prop..
Is tl.s agent tor
Thocss Dyi3 Works of
' PERFECTION ROOF PAINT (
flive it a tr.al. Guaranteed to prove
il W, ! tnr lmnltlnt lo P. 0.
'V yii-wu. ... -
TIIEO. H. DA VIES & CO., AGENTS,
A Skin of Beauty is a Joy Forevet
DR. T. FELIX fiOURAlID'S ORIENTAL
CHUM OR MAGICAL BEAUTIHER
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IIB3.T.H&PUS1. rrco 3 Itol J.nei SEretl, lnrW
Saddle or Driving
J28 Fort St.
Your machine will be ready for
ou when we say it will be. We
lon't experiment on auto; we repair
Von Hamm - Young
ALEXANLKR YOUNG BUILDING.
5 Telephone 5
C. II. Behn
Proprietor and Manager.
Corner Alakca and Hotel Streeti.
The W.W.WRIGHT C0.,Ltd.
King, near South.
SCHUMAN CARRIAGE CO.
J. V. KERSHNER
Auto Tire Repairing
1177 Alakca St.
INDEPENDENT AUTO STAND
King and Bishop St:.
ALL THE FITTINGB FOR
Agents for the Kissel Kar and
A. B, ARLEIGH & CO., LTD.
Hotel St., Opp. Union.
PHOTO AND ART CO,
932-938 Fort St. Tel. 62.
David A. Dowsett,
INSURANCE, HEAL ESTATE,
203 Judd Building. Phone 655.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
FORT AND KINO STREETS.
I'm Din U tor unnfttun)
dUcliaruf i. lufUniBifttioQaL
IjtlftStsmlM lrrilH..na nf i.lr.r.tlnsl
Cut ir pot-tuuoui.
'lwM by DrunliU
CircuUr f-Q od rwutW
Bulletin Business Office Phone 230,
' Bulletin Editorial Room Phone 185,
a3 ft v"r U
i Aktw laiu ft dt. n
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Bio 'Nickel Scritch Pad for tale
at tho Bulletin office for five cent,
la one Inch thick, made up of two hun
dred theete of good paper. Six for a
Call and see Mlko l'atun at tha Kn
core. Tho band play 8 nt tho Plcnsnnton
Ilonlnu will open Saturday nlslit
with his moving pIcturoB.
Get your hat cleanod at the Loading
Hat Cleaner, 1154 Fort street.
Down nt Dick's overy Saturday,
turkey lunch n id ether icf ushiucnis.
Koyal Annex liar. All nru Invited.
Go to tho Wnlklkl Inn for a Rwlm:
best bathing on tho beach. No coral
nnd lino rntt for bathers.
Tho Hawaiian band this morning
had u long rehearsal nt tho Miller
street residence of Captain Horner.
Tho.t. V. McTlgho & Co. have one of
tho finest assortments of table wines
and liquors In the city. Call up Phono
140 nnd get a trial order.
JnpnneFe Consul (lenernl U)tuu Is
niiiolng rapidly. Ho Is able to sit
up and milk about In his room In tliu
official residence on Niiuauu street.
Try some of the Vienna Ilnkery's
Uoston brown bread and Huston baked
beans. Will bo delivered to residences
upon telephone order. Call up 197.
Ten Tenyo Mnru, which will nrrltn
this afternoon from tho Orient, will
bring about fifty Immigrants fur this
lirt. She will dock at about li o'clock.
A general denial has been f 1 lot by
the attorneys for tho defendant In the
cuku of the trustees of tho lllnliop Ins
tate against Kahelhl, suit In ejeel
Tomorrow night there will bu u con
cert ghen In the basement of Kawal
nhao church by the members of the
Christian society. K. K. Mllkalanl
has charge of the program.
Mnor Kern took Just thirty minutes
yesterday morultx; to affix his rlgua-
tore to the nayrnlls and other appro
priations passed by tho Hoard of Sup
ervisors at Tuesday night's meeting.
lien Williams, manager of the stock
ranch of tho Hawaiian Commercial
Co., Maul, Is In town accompanied by
his wife. He IntendH leaving for his
home by the Clnudlne tomorrow even
Royal Hawaiian Garage. Phone
191, The only garaire in town
where you can get the celebrated
Locomobiles. Around the Island, Ha
liewa. Leilehue trips a specialty.
Automobile repairing a specialty.
Special attention eiven to the mak
ing of gears and ll "arts of auto
mobiles. George S. Wc!h, Manager.
You can get a fine Automutlc sew
ing machine for J50 atTheo.l. Davlcs
& Co.. hardware department.
Heinz Apple Hotter Is now put up In
new stoneware crocks. Theso crocks
nre absolutely tight and a great Im
provement on the old ones. Ask your
grocer for them.
Ladles should wear tho Nemo Cor
bet, Styles to suit all figures ut Sachs
Dry (loud Co. If you want to see the
superior workmanship nnd examine
tliu fine mntorljl In this corset cull at
E. F. BISHOP
At i meeting this mpnilng of tho
shareholders of C. Ilrewer & Company,
Ltd., Ii. Faxon Ulshoit was elected
president of the company, filling tho
vncancy left by tho death of tho lato
Charles M. Cooke. The ofllco of sec
retary and treasurer, formerly held
by Mr. Uishop. wus filled by tho elec
tion or Wm. w. North.
Heeldcs tho rcgulur rnntluo busi
ness no matters of Importance came
before tho meeting. Amendments to
tho by-laws wero mado and other mat
ters that,, come before tho annual meet
ing of stockholders attended to.
WELL AND ENJOYING
W. J. Cooper, acting secretary of
tho Pi emotion committee, this morn
lug .received a wireless from II, I',
Wood on the Chlyo Maru, stating
that Mrs, Wood and he wero very
well and having a delightful Jour
ney. Mr. Wood Is .en toiito to tho
Orient on his vacation, unci while
uway will also rcpiesent the TrnnB
MJbslsslppI CouKiess, Invite foreign
Chamber of Commerce bodies to
come this way, and accumulate data
on the various commercial and pro
motion systems In voguo throughout
the Far .East countries.
1 to 5 years.
20 ROOMS FURNISHED,
REAL ESTATE EXCHANGE, LTD.
82 S. King St.
HONOLULU. T. II.. TIlUnflDAV. SEPT.
No Dampness. No Bugs,
City Transfer Co. . ,
3 ja.H.i.ove Phone 151
Explorer Cook Runs
Gauntlet of Newspaper Men
NKW YOKK, Sepl 22. Forty newspaper men, luclud:n;; the New
York rpiresciitatli-H of many foielgn publications, subletted Dr. I'ook
to a gruelling cross-examination regarding his polar trip today. The ex
plorer willingly submitted t,, thn questioning nnd related the i.lory of
his travels to tho minutest ilenlls. Tho description of tho lonely dash
for the pole, over vast sti etches of blinding Ire uud snow, made n great
Impression on his healers.
The Hoard of Aldermen t,,day passed resolutions commenionitlng
the grent achievement of Dr. Cook In accomplishing what mi many ex
plorers have unsuccessfully tried, nnd took steps to prepare for n gieat
public function at which the pcop'e ,,f this city will hae u chance to
do honor to the Intiepld explorer.
Dreadful Storm Sweeps
Through New Orleans
NKW Oltt.KANS, Sept. 22. Forty-eight lives nre known to have
been lost In tho dreadful storm which devastated this pert Ion last Mon
day. It Is reported Unit fifty tiimo deaths resulted from ' the
Hoods, hut the rumor has not been confirmed owing t,, the disorgan
ized conditions pieviilllng. That the death mil Is not jet complete
The, loss to property will reach way into the mllloiiH, ns
have been laid wnstc ami hulldlngi -wrecked for inllcj around,
of thn country, which, hefoio tho llo(ld, eupiKirted n prosperous
population, Is now but n desolate waste.
m i mm m
IRRIGATION TUNNEL READY.
Pli:ill.(), Sept. 22. The great
will render fertile vast areas of , land
ninlly opened Friday by President Tuft. The Piesldent left here to
night for Montrose to take pari In
awaiting bis arrival.
The Journey of the Presidential party across the Horky moiintaluH
was made by night. The gorgeous moonlight made l.lie'jilp wonder
LIEUT. PEARY FETED.
TltlMlO. Kept. 22. Commnndei- Kuheit II. Peary was gieelod, hero
with ii royal welcome tod.i). The explorer tonight continued on Ills
way to Portland. All along the line pernios have gathered, determined
lo do honor to the mail who, despite lepented failure, kept at the task
ho hail set for himself until finally vit0ry downed his efforts and he
leached the extreme north of the world.
GEIVEP A T
Draying and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone 588
G. W. MoDougall, Prop.
NEW MUSIC DIRECTOR
ARRIVES ON ALAMEDA
Mr. Frank I,. Leo of College Corner.
Ohio, will arrive cm tho Alameda lo
morrow nnd will direct tho music in
tho Molhndlst Episcopal chinch, uud
assist tho Itev. J. W. Wiidmiin In lilllml,m 'V1,H "ur" "lRI h'uwuy and
work umong tho Koreans and tho "I"'1'0, '" ,l10 Methodist church. It
Japanese. Piof. I.eo Is a musical ill- w"8 "10 "m ""l0 ,lu '""I kt'l' 1,r- ''
icclor of largo experience, having had 'l o was greatly pleased with the
thargo of tiio choir or tho First Meth- f'"leuho had mado for his work. II
Odlst Episcopal church. Collcgo Cor- ' l""H'iK mild to say that Mr. I.eo
ner, Ohio, during thu pastorate of tho ' ",'' """s""Uy K"0'1 uunK m""- w,'n
llev. John T. Jones, who Is now the m.UncMl for his work. College Cor
pnstor of thu Methodist church of this "-,r ' l,ro"J of I'lin and rejoices to
city, and also, directed a choir In u lm,u "llr'1 u represcntatlvo In u great
largo chinch In Chlcngo. llu Is u lino rumu. Thu best wishes uml players
solo singer, .having a beautiful tenor
Wee. Dr. Wndinnii, who Is now in
tho east, preached two weeks ago last
Sunday at Collcgo Corner and heard
Mr. I.co sing for the first time. He
said In a letter received by Mr. Jones
a few days ago, "I heard Prof. I-eu j
sing. Ho has such a sweet voice, syni-l
pathetic, cultured; and I feel suru ho j
will bu Just tha man for us tn Hono-
lulu." Mr. I.eo Is twenty-live years
nf age and was educated at Mliima'
University, Oxford, Ohio, and ut tho
Moody Illble Institute, having gradunt-
ed from the latter Institution In Aug-,
list of this year, lie wiu bo a vulu
uhlo acquisition to tho religious forces
of Honolulu, Ho Is always lu demand
for conventions, union mcetlugs, etc.
The following, edjtortnl appeared In
the Collcgo Comer Nows of Septem
"College Corner has given another
boy to tho world.
Frank I.eo stitrted on his long trip to
Honolulu. Ho will visit Ida school nt
VI II I 1111-V
hJfeJ ' M' I'l1 vJI
(lunnlson Irrigation tunnel, which
heretofore itutlllable, will bo foi-
the ceremony whlih was postponed
Excavating and Filling.
Vineyard St., Ewa of Nuuanu Stream
S. E. LUCAS,
Maionlo Building, cor. Hotel and
Anyone in need of first-class spec
taoles properly fitted coll on him.
Chicago, fiom which ho recently grad
uated, and slop oh In Missouri u day
or tn, to visit two loom-mutes, llu ex
pects to salt from San Francisco thu
Ulh nml urrlve In Honolulu I ho 24th.
llu goes out from us as u missionary
in iissist Kev. .1. t. Jones, Termor pis
tor of thu Methodist chinch here. Dr.
Wailnian, tho iiiperliilcndent of tho
irawnlhn Missions of thu Methodist
(,r "" flln' 1V.ln,: '
Ml- ' wl" lil"f: nt "lu Mulliodlst
J-l''"l'l church next Sunday morn-
" """ !"" "" 'n;u in mo sing-
" nt tho- faiewell nieetlng to tho
l lwl """ 'vlM " jj.1'1 j ' "' owning.
LOCAL NOTICE TO MARINERS.
Honolulu, T. II., Sept. 21, 1909.
Oahu Island Pearl llnibor Kn-
tranco Iluoy 3. reported moved nboul
100 feet to tho eastward of Us correct
position, will bo replaced us boon ns
Tly order of thn I.lghlhouso Hoard.
V. 8. HOUSTON,
Lieutenant, U. S, N., Asslstunt to the
Inspector, 12lh U, I. District.
THI3 OIUTANK steamer Porter, id
tho Associated Oil Co.. left tills inoin-
Ing for (lav Iota and Port Harford uml-
er the comintuid of Cuptulu Mae-Don.
ENTIRELY NEW PATTERNS IN
ENGLISH & AMERICAN CLOTHES.
W. W. AHANA CO.
62 S, King St. No Branches,
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Thursday, September 23.
YOKOHAMA Sailed Sept. 23:
S. S Korea for Honolulu.
HAN Fit ANUIBCO Bailed Sept, 23:
S. S. Asia. 2 p. in., for Honolulu.
1111-0 Arrived Sept. 20:
Ilk. H. I. Itlthel, from Sim Fran
cisco. UHJKINI Hailed Sept. 20:
Schr. Admiral, for Port Townscml.
HELENE'S TRIP TO
Boilermakers' Union Rules Will Not
Allow of "Helpers" Running
Air Drills Alone.
Notwithstanding the rumors ns lo
the renson why the Inter-Island Com
pany sent tho lleleno In the Coist for
icpalrs, tho HrntherlioiM of llollcrnuk
ers have unolher hloiy lo tell,
"It Is this way," icuiarked a piom
lueul member of the fraternity this
morning, "the ntles of the Ill-other-bool
nil over the Sliilei iiml, of conrte,
here, uro the same. One rule Is ery
Rtilct, nnd that la that when an nlr
ill 111 Is used mi n Job, :i bollcrmaker
must work on II. He Is nllowed n
helper, hut under no rlicumitauces Is
n helper nllowed to nloiii run it drill.
"Thu Inter-Island iieople wauled lo
hse thu nlr dill lit on the work needed
aboard the Helene but they wniitod
to run the Job with helpers--pi o.min
ably Japanese without the aid or a
pioper bollermnker. Ah this Is not
allowable under our rules we could
not agree. Tho company llieu deel led
lo hcnd the lleleno to the Cliast, but
they will find Hint the same lilies lire
In Migile theie mid that thev will h,ie
o Iiiim pi oner boilermukers on the
Job after nil."
The Colorado has completed her
piesunl coaling mid will leave the
whaif tomoiinw iifleiiioou for un
:inchor.ii:e outside, where It Is ex
pected, she will leimiln until the
Heel leaes for the Admiralty Islands
on October r... II Is, however, poa-d-liln
thtn she will come In to tal-e
on mote coal later.
The wharves aie ngiilu filling up
with coal and picaeiit nil uppenr
ance slinllnr.to that before the licet
arrived. 'Ihe unexpected speed av
erages .wirelessed In fiiim the llrst
division, none of which l cached tho
22-knot speed thnt It was thought
would bo developed, are now blamed
on the coal. Navnl .men stated to
day that It U of an inferior quality.
(kings of sailors me working on
tho end of the Alnl.ea street whuif
turning It into u leccptlon loom.
With the two llagshlps on each side
and their lights, the mciio .on the
night of the reception will bo pi city
RIOT TRIAL IS
It Is expected that tho last of thu
riot tilnl defendants will have f'l
lulled his testimony lu behalf of tho
dcfelisu tomoriow nnd that tho rebut
tal testimony will begin before llio
ciiiicIiihIou of thu day's sessloa It Is
undeihtood that the lehuttnl will ho
very brief nVd that llio iirgiimenls of
eounsel villi also be rliiiractotUud by
Tvvo of the defendants weiu on tho
stand this morning one of them being
Morlln, the innn who ilelajcil til-1 I'lnl
for a day by going Into hiding He
givo u riiiuhllng exilnuntlou of tho
masons for bis disappearance hut
clung to the statement that he meant
to come back at n future) time nml "no
punished If I nm guilty."
TO GRAND JURY
Thu Terrltoiinl (Ir.iud Jury wus In
session this morning nnd considered a
number of eases Hint wero hi ought ho
foio It by Assistant City and County
Attorney Mllveiton, assisted by Do
tectlvo Harry Lake. No Indl.imonts
weio found by tho Grand Jiuy uud .it
thn noon hour adjournment was taken
until tomoriow moiulng, when it I
expected thut u number of Indictment.)
will be letiirued,
Among tho cases that were cnnsld.
eied this moinliig weio those of Tony
Hel.iRPci and new, charged with burg
lary; n .lapaiieio mimed Shidoin,
charged with mi attack on n girl, nml
Wnlklkl, who was Involved In tho al
leged murder of Welheilll.
Fair excl.ai.go no lobhory. Do unto
",0 "l,1Pr fellow !18 J'"" W01lUl ''"voilhe Young Hotel nml the Y. M. C. A.
iiiui no iiuio ou tsqiiuio ileal). Try
tho Isliind TiniiBfer, Plmno SS8 for
r.ipnno ileal In wood,
contract work.' O,
coal, earluge r,r
Thursday, September 23.
Clnudlno, from Mntlt ports,
S. S. Pleiades, from San Francisco,
Slmr. Clnudlne, llennctt, from llllo
Mill way ports. fi:lS a. in,
, Htmr. Clatidliie, n. in.
Thursday, September 23.
Slmr. Helene, Nelson, for San Fran
clrco. Stmr. W, !. Porter, MacIXinnbl, for
(lav lota, a. in.
8AILINO TOMORROW I
T. K. K. S. S. Tenyo Mnru, for San
Fiimclsco, u p. in., possibly.
T. K. K. S. S. Tenyo Mnru, fiom Yo
kohama, I p. m,
O. S. S. Alameila, from Sau Fran
clfco, n. in.
M. N. S3. S. I.urllne, from San Fran
cisco, n. in.
j' DUE SATURDAY
P.irlllc licet, from Mnnlnoa bay tents
A.-II. S. S. Coliiinhln, from San
Ft a n elsco.
Stmr. Mauna Kea, Freeman, from
llllo nud way ports, n. m.
Per stmr. Clnudlne, llennctt, from
llllo and way ports. Sept. 2.1. W. P.
Hi owning .1. Wllcock, Major Wlnslow,
Miss A, Pclper. F. Corroa, K. Vincent.
A. .1. Wllhon Amu llllea. .Mrs. T. Del
pert, Dr. Caiey, W. I). Melnllro, C. M.
Huberts. Kuan-am Mrs. Annum, Ant.
(tomes. Mm. A. domes, Mies (1, (ionics.
.Miiramatsu and child, S. Pahno, Ting
llu. F. (1. Anjo. .1. (I. Anjo. Mrs. M, .1.
A n Jo. llio. Michael, H. Kruno, II,
Lewis, II. (loruian, Itev. I). W. K.
Till: A.-H. S. S. Pleiades had not.
been sighted fiom Koko Head up tit
12 o'clock today. Shu will bo In this
nfleinimn. The Tenyo Mnru has noti
fied thu agents of the Toyo Klseu Kill
rha that she will bo heiu at 4 p. m. a..
she ted u day Into from Yokohama
sho would he warranted III not show
ing up until tomorrow, uml Is evident
ly milking good time.
'I UK HTKAMF.U lleleno sailed nt 10
o'clock this morning for San Francisco
nith all thu whistles In town tooting
a send olT. While officially resirleil
lo he going to thu mainland to hnvii
lep'ilrs inadu on her bollcis theru Is
unions talk among wlsu ones cm tho
'front that her hull Is llio prlucijnl
THE STICAMKIl Clandlne. arriving
this nininlng, from llllo uml wuy
ports, hi Might 111) sacks charcoal, 2Ui
bags coin, 80 bags sif.ar, 2 mules, I
horse. 42 hogs. 10 bfrrels wine. 3 mill
lollerr. 77 packngci empty bottles, ti
packages hides, 302 sundry packages.
ADVICES TO Costlo & Cooke,
ugents Tor tho Matson Navigation
Company, stnto that thu I.urllne, which
was expected tomorrow, will nut ur
rlve until the day following, Shu (h
now rcheduled to arrive early Satur
THE SCHOONEIl Ethel Zano. nt
Knhiiliil, Mnul, wus loading sugar
when tho Cluudinu left there.
THE SCHOONEIl Amorlenn, barks
St. Kalhi'iiiib mid II. P. Illthct nru
loading ut llllo.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept. 21, '1009,
i.nniwniiine iv. czern ami nsii, in
J. Alfred Magnon M
Charles A. llartwell to Alfred W.
Carter uml wife iici
Alfied W. Caitcr and wife to First
Am. S.iv. & Tr. Co. of Iluw.
William It. Castle nnd wire, ito
Anna 11, Cook I)
llnwnll Hallway Co. Mil. to W. V.
ftodenhuist and wife llel
W. V. Itodcnliiiist uml wf, to Ha
waii Utillway Co. Md I)
dear, Lansing & Co. by Trs. to
Ilerna J, Noblltt ; , )
KniiKiiKuhi nud wlfo to John
Mima . . . .' IJ
I,, It. McCmidlcss nnd wlfo to .1,
Entered for Record Sept. 22, 1009.
Von llamm-Yoiiiig Co. Mil. to Jos,
I'Ulz , Hut
Puiilolo (w) to Wuliilun Agricul
tural Co., Md D
lluiiwiin (I;) lo 111 Koko 1)
III Koko mid wife to llelcmnno
Land Co., Md I)
Joseph F, Welch and wife to Pion
eer Mill Co. Md I,
DONINE'S SHOW ON 8ATURDAY.
On Satuidny night. It. K. iinnlnc.
the tnovlng-iilctiiio man, will give a
!;'": " , ' " .!.
illuming.. Mr. Honlno ban iccontly
a "nio "" very interesting films.
"' " "" wl" B""w Mll"""""y night.
wmrii no win snow
miiiiu uiu liieinuil in llCUOIl
w, ,,u 1() ()f 0() nltrucUvQ fealrca
of tho nlglit.
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