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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T H., FIIIDAY, DEC. 3, 1909.
Oceanic dated anil election
Aloha Temple Annual Meeting
All lsltlnn momlici. of the
Order nre cordially Invllcil to
nttunO nietliigs of local lodges
licet on the
"ml nnd 4th
IIIKIlll- rilMIIIPKnlll ."
MAnlNt tNblNttrty other Asso-it:
BENEFICIAL ASSOCIATION, ciations cor-
HARMONY LODGE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening ut
7:30 lu I O.'O, 1" Hall, Fort Stieil.
IJ It HIJNDUY. Secretary.
I'. 1). Wlrke, N. ti.
All lsltlni: brotheiB vet) (ordlally
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every tlrst nnd third Frl
rtay evening at 7.20 in K. of 1'. Hall,
corner Fort and lleictanla. Visiting
brothers cordially Invited to ntteud.
1 It. NUDUM', C. C.
U. GOSLINU, K. It. S.
HONOLULU LODOE G1C, B. P. 0. E.
Honolulu I.odgo No. C1C, U. I O.
EIIib. meets lu their hall, on King
Street, near Fort, every Friday even.
Ing. Vbiltlns Brothers are conllally
linked to attend.
JJ. A. DOUTIIITT, E. K.
1 JI. C. EASTON. Sec'y.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on tho 2nd and 4th WED
KF.HDAY evenings of each month at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, corner
Jleretanla nnd Fort streets.
Visiting Eagles aro lnifed to at
tend. , W. M. McCOY, W. Prcs.
II. T. MOOUE, Secy.
Win. M'KINLEY LODOE No,8,K.ofP.
Meets cory 2nd and 4th Saturday
evculiiu at 7-30 o'clock In K. of 1.
l:tll, cor. Fort and lleretanla. Vlslt
Iick brothers cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. MiOUIJW, C. C.
IJ. A. JACOHSON, K. II. S
HAWAIIAN TRJBE-jNo. 1. 1. 0. R. M.
Meets every Hist and third Thurs
il.ijs ot each month at Knights of
rythlai Hall. Visiting brothers cor
dially Invited to attend.
Ij. A. l'UllltY, Sachem.
E. V. TOUI), C. of It.
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Shapes, Trimmings rind Flowers.
Dunn's Hat Shop
Get your Rood things from
J. M. LEVY & CO.
M. A. Gunst & Co.
HE0AL SHOE CO.
Kinij and Bethel.
GREEN CHRISTMAS TBEES
Put yc i orricr in now.
HENRY MAY & CO., LTD.
"I'll llko to get n Job on -a' uovvspa
pei " "Had miy exp'h'iies us n Jour-
.nallRl?" "None." "Then vvliut could
jou do on 11 uev.spipei.'" "Seems ti
, me 1 1011I1I dish out fm nxeellinl ad-
-- lce-of-tinio Ulml.'J Courlor Journal.
tt Slid irr Inrrctt apparentl occu. it
:: plea a rnlher unenviable position :t
It In tl.o present Advertiser frame Hldr.d th..u of flrjod pap.. 8j fop ,
:t up lo leinove an otllclnl whose " I Quarter
K place Ih wanted for one of Its em tt
tl plojes. tt
i It The most lniixirtaiit material tt
tt biought before the tlrand Inry !t
tt now Investigating thu charges tt
ij pi ef cm it ng-ilnst former Chief of tt
tt DctcctlveH Leal tit a series of tt
'tt Ktntemvntg which have been nub tt
tl mltted by Slurlrr Jnirott. tt
itt Junett declared this. morning tt
'it tint li( bail m.i statement to offer tt
Itt the evening papers He whs tt
'tt imkeil why thin fliu-.mt tllucrlm ft
tt Inallon was exercised In favor or it
tt the morning paper which pub- tt
It llahld the larieii statements tt
tt prior to t lit Ir presentation heforo ft
n Counts Attomej Cithern ami the a
tt members of the Oram! Jnr Jar- tt
tt lett, Htntvil that, the Advertiser ft
tt 1ml done much to assist him 111 It
tl ousting I.eil from office, nnd for tt
U till. icnsoii he considered himself tt
tt miller meat nlilgitlou to that tt
ti newspaper He does not now It
tt tale whether that obligation ex- tt
tt tends to turning a "riser emplojc II
J. for the detective force. tt
Mondays of " tt tt tt tt u n tt tt tt tt tt tt
H,nn" "J ,lc "IP1'1 ,Tu"9.1, !!
cuiupim mr i'iimiuiiiik us iii'iu
tt of operations are described 111 a tt
It er Inteiestlni? article bj A F tt
tt Thaver that will ;ippeat In Sat tt
tt mdo's It II lie tin tt
tt l"-crlpti u and scenes from tt
tt the teirlble mine disaster at Cher- tt
II M Illinois will be found lu the tt
tt Satin day 1! ill lot In tt
ti 'I lip latest thins In local IUIiik tl
tt machine pictorial ndvertlsliiB will tt
tt he published lu Saturdays 11 il I- It
tt I e 1 1 ii tl
tt The most cumplete lions of the ti
tt ilohiKs of Socletj nlwas appears tt
tl In tho SutiirdiiN lin 1 lot In tt
tt llt'Uew ol business romlltlons tt
it Is a fenture tint eerjo:n; Inter ti
ti ested In Honolulu and Haw nil nl- ii
tt was gets from the Sitnnluy tt
K II II 1 1 1 1 u tt
tt A story for children, bj "Mcrl" tt
II In Saturdays I) u 1 1 e 1 1 n will ti
ti make the tots' e)cs IjiiIko out tt
tt Monte Cerlo. the groat I'alnec tt
ti of chance and suicide Is nhen a tt
it resume In Sntiirda) 's 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n. tt
tt Nearly etcrjone in Honolulu tt
tt hit) s Snttm!n 's 11 u 1 1 o 1 1 n as It tt
tt has the news tif tho day and n tt
it iplendld nrrnj or storeniiews for tt
tt thu Christmas lniers. tt
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS,
Entered for R:cord Dec. 2. 19C9,
from 10:30 a. m to 4:33 p. m.
John II Estate Ltd to Koolau Hall
way Co, Ltd I.
N Kubjta et al to K Hl-ata . ..AM
W E Shaw to Clnris-o M DaWs and
S W Muli! H-iVuo (k) to .Mrs Esther
Uunk of Hawaii Ltd to Farm Ctirnn
ri.nn Cornii to Hank of Hawaii Md.M
I.llluokalanl to A S Cleghoru et al
Tr . . . TrU
Entered for Record Cec. 3 1909,
from 8:33 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Jno l.lk" to Meleana M Kalawela..L,S
loliu Uniulnl to Chirles E KIur . ...I
I'lhhop & Co to Thomas J HlKKlns.Uel
Cakaln Sub I'luntn Co by Trs to Kai
wlkl Sng. Co Md I)
LATEST PORTRAIT OF LEADER
IN EDDY CHURCH WAR.
Mrs. Augusta E, Stetson the leader
ever whom the First Clulstlan Science
church, New York, Is In an upheaval.
was summoned to lloston to fuce a
hearing before the directors of the
mother church nnd lately excommuni
cated bj tho lloston committee She
has twlco recently been admonished
hj the directors, but her Hock stands
bj her tlrnily, ami sho continues to
defend thu doctrines that tho Boston
illiectors decline aro not In keeping
with tho tenets of Christian Science.' .
Temperatures 6 a, m., 70; 8 11. m.,
73; '10 n. m 73; noon, 74; morning
minimum. 68. '
Uarometer, 8 n. in., 20 60; abaoluta
I iimldttj', 8 a. 111, 5 971 grains per
ciitlc foot"; relative humidity, 8 a. 111.,
i.S per cent; dow point, 8 n. in., 61
Wind 0 n. iq, velocity 3, direction
IJ.; 8 a. m.. velocity 9, dlicctloii IJ.;
HI u. m, velocity 12, direction S, K.;
i.ocn, velocity 12, direction 8 E.
Rainfall during 24 hours ended 8 n,
;ii., 0.S3 Inch.
Tolaf wind movement during 21
boms ended nt noon, 116 miles.
WM. B. STOCKMAN,
Section Director, U. S. 'Weather Uiircau
It Is stated that Assnrlate dustlcu
Arthur WlUlei of the Supienie Couit
will Join thu law III 111 or Thompson
&. demons upon his letlieinont fiom
tho bench early In the now jear,
Announcement wits inude this aft
eriiouii Hint thcie will not be an ex
hibition nf Itiuwoilvu at thu Puik 'S
night .liipltu Pluv ens willing oth
el vv le.
TDK AUUIVAL at San Krauclkco of
llio Mat Kim Nnvlgulloii liner Itntei
IHfco Is leporled by fabln todaj'. Till i
vessel brought a fair-sized list of pas
seiigei's mill 11 geneiul caigo fiom
DUO. . , .
LOCAL AND GENERAL
The Big Nickel Scratch Pad for tile
At the B u 1 1 e 1 1 n office (or five cent,
fa am Inh tkllr marl lin ett tufA hun.
Aulo-Tollho, picnics, parties. Tel. C.
Fine copperplate engraving nnd
printing fit Heakbano'e, Foil street.
"Automobile hack rates. Einplie
stand. 1'hono 213. Ilethi'l nnd Hotel.
Anything new In the sporting line?
Anything gnat! In tho liquor line? You
can flijd It at "The Two lacks."- f
'XtmoTrartia, calendars nl'id souvenirs
at Hill's curio stores, cor. Alnkca. and
.uercuaut nis. uiin I'oiouire rin.
Assistant Territorial Survcjor W, L.
Iicllbron Is back from a trlu over Ho
rn nnd Kan district flc returned this
morning In the stcniner Munim l.n;i.
coat jour Iron nnirs with "Arabic."
You will ho surprised at Its cooling
and preservative properties. Ca'lfornla
Feed Co, agents.
The ladles of St Andrew's Guild nro
doing excellently at the doll fair today.
r.rtwithstaiHllng the wet weather.
Nearl alt of tho furniture and tinny
o the best dolls have been sold but
tho supply of the latter Is so largo that
thcVo aie still some beauties loft.
Home-made candy of all kinds espec
ially cncoaniit nod iiinrshmillnws. The
sale will he continued tomorrow nt '
Hupps furnltuio looms. King street.
del tho good things for our Christ
mas dinner ficm .1. M. Levy & Co., the
family giocers, phone 7ti
What hook lover wouldn't npprecl
oto getting i line Macey Sectional
tookcase for Christmas. Fine assort
ment at II. Ilackfeld & Co
Place jour order ror green Christ
mas tiees now with Henry Muy & Co.
The trees will be delivered on Christ
mas eve or Christmas Day. I'honu 22.
A One collection or Chinese' twisted
matting rugs and Jiip-nese blue and
vhlte cotton nigs ut tewers . Cooke
thut will make er desirable Christ
New shapes, trimmings nnd Rowers
now open nt Dunn's Hat Shop. If jou
lo our ovin trlnim'ng or want some
thing' made up siceijll.v 5 on will find
this a fine line. '
Armorlte l'nlnt Is made especially
to leslst the salt air and humidity of
tills climate. Use tt for anv pitrporo.
Iteuutlfiil color card free. Tlieo, II.
Davles & Co, Hardwate Department,
See the fine line of leather goods at
Hiiwallan Nchh Co. Numerous tenth-
1 urtlcles Imported especially for the
hollil.ijs are on display. Yoi) enn find
fcomu nice Ihli.gs among this lot to fill
out mr Christ mas list.
The Arnold Lap and Carriage Pads
nre two essentials lu the proper caie
ot hab; the Arnold bed sllppeis nre
Just the thing for Invalids. They
inn bo found nt Ehjers, ns well as all
the 1 est of the famous Arnold goods.
lie on the ynfo side and buy East
man Kodak Films. They are unques
tionably the best film on the market
and If jou exiect the best results from
j our kodak or camera, nu should use
110 other. Sold by Honolulu Photo-
There aro over 2,000- tons of Ori
ental cargo on hoaid tho big Pacific
Mall liner Mongolia which was sight
ed off llarber's Point shortly after 1
oeleel this nffrm 011. Tile ve-shel
Is coming from Hongkong and Japan
pot ts, The vessel, It Is understood,
will lenvo a few lay-over passengers.
The Mongolia has llrst-clnss pas
senger accommodation for something
over, 100 Intending trnvelers. Ac
roidlug totutemen'H from II. Iliu.U-
feld & Company, the lneul agents foi
the liner, theio are about edghty
passengers hooked foi Sun Francisco
fiom this poit,
1HOMAS WILL MAKE
BUT SHORT 8TAY.
The itnltcd Stales army trauspoit
Thomas Is not expected from Manila
leforo Sunday morning, according lo
the calculations of thu local ciuurter
inasters., depaitment. Tho transport
ti expected to take some lirteen or
twentj' government' cmiilnyees nt this
port who havo bem booked ror pass
URo to San Fiaiiclsco. Thu vessel is
bulloVel will remain ut thu jioit but
1 1 or oitiiii uejurs.
llufoid arrived at Sail Francisco from
Honolulu, Oct, 15.
Dlx. at Seattle,
l.ogun, nt San Francisco.
Thomas, fiom Munlln for Honolulu,
Sheridan, from Honolulu for Munlln,
THE STEAMEU I.uillue of tho Mat
1011 Navigation lino wus scheduled
have rul'ul from Sail Fruliclscii lor Ho
i,olulii direct shortly after thu noun
u - . 4
T BULLETIN ADS PAY M
Mongolia Passengers ?'
(heir baage order with the CJTY TRANSFER CO.
-Jas. H. Love. Phone 152
Drayintf and Expressing
Wood and Coal Phone S88
0. W. McDougall, Prop.
IN FOREIGN PORTS
Friday, December 3.
HAN FUANCISCO Arrived Dec. 3:
8. S. Entei prise, frpni Illlo.
HAN FUANCISCO Sailed, Dec. 3:
S S. I.urllno, noon, for Honolulu,
Thursday, December 2.
SAN FUANCISCO-Arrived Dec. 1:
Schr. J. II, Uruce. from Mahukou.'i,
IlltXl Arrived Nov 28:
Schr, Kona, from Port Ludlow
I r !
ItOUOH WEATHKU prevails be
tween Honolulu and S.111 Finnclsco for
roiiie distance out fiom this hh ac
cording to the reports received at the
Knhiiku wireless station. The Mat
ron Navigation liner HJIoulau tin
noiinces linvlug met with heavy wcath
ci, and nccnelonat spells of sipialy
weather. The Al.imcd.t Is ploughing
through Morni) weather ami was 4 fir,
miles Off thu port last night. The Jnp
rncse liner Chljo Mmu, while peaily
tine hiiiTdred mllen out from San
Francisco, had not jet met with tho
storm nra and her oKrntnr wirelessed
thut smooth sens ami soulherlj hicezo
SUOAR TO the .ininunt or 4G42
sacks, bearing II A C. brands, was In
cluded In tho large general cargo of
iiawnu products wmen arrived nt Ho
nolulu this morning by the steamer j
Manna Eon from Koni nnd Knu imiiIb.
Tho rrelght list also contained other.
than this consignment ()f sugar, 124
sacks coffee, 290 sacks taro, ill sacks
beuns. 100 sacks charcoal. 1 Censes
ginger, 62 burrels oranges, 70 sacks
bran, 17 rases dried tlsh 10 cases pre
serves C2 baes hides, 24 crates chick
ens, mid on deck .IX hogs mid 30 bend
AWA1TINO SHIPMENT at Kona
and Kau ports Is reported the follow
ing sugar by the steamer .Vaunu I.o.i.
which arrived from theso ports this
morning. Honuapo 3U43 sacks mid
Punnluii 609 sucks. TI10 steamer Like
like was discharging cargo nt Paaiihuu
while the steamer Ke-auhoii was report-
en us Discharging ut Knwalhau and
was dlio to airlve nt Kallua today,
there to take on 11 largo shipment of
THE OLD tollable bark Albeit Is
making n long passage with her shlp-
ii'cnt or lumber Irom Port Ludlow des.
tii.e.1 for KaDiiapall. This vessel
now out twentj Me days and has not
ns jet been rcpoited through tho local
inr.rlne exchange. Tho Albert (h bring
ing lumber to tho agency of H. Ilack
feld & Company,
A NOTICE to local mailners which
has been tent out by Lieut. V. S. Hous
ton, asslstniit lighthouse Inspector of
tho 12th district, says; Maul Island
Wnlluku Coast Walhce lteef Whist
ling Unoj-, rciiorted on November 26.
1909, ubout 6U0 .yards In shore from Its
correct position, has since worked
about a hair mile further In shore. It
will be replaced as soon as practicable.
A SHIPMENT of lumber' consigned
to the agency of Lewcrs ft Cooke Is
rciiorted on tho way to Honolulu fiom
Columbia ltlver irts by tho American
schooner Chuichlll. This vessel was
leventecn dnjs out tndaj
NOW TWENTY days from tho port
ci Mukllteif with a shipment or luuibei
consigned to Alexander & llahlwln at
Kohulul the American barkenttnn Mu
ll:, well Is expected to nnlvo at tho
Maul port nt any time.
THE HRITIBII ship Celtic Chief,
whl( h Is now out one hundred and thii-ly-i.lno
dujH from Hamburg, Gcrmanj,
with a shipment for the Hawaiian Fei
tllUer Coin piny, should ho nearlng
I.IOHT nAINS have prevailed along
tho llninakmi nnd Knu coasts slncn lust,
iiiesuny ncconling to a 1-eport hi ought
to this city by tho olllceis or tho Inter-Island
steamer Miiunn Um, which
arrived this punning.
THE MATSON Navigation llnor HI
Ionian was steaming through modorato
Mmtheast sciis nlid winds with an oc
casional rain bciihII at 11 dtstanco of
675 miles from Honolulu nt 8 o'clock
Bulletin Business Office Phone 258.
lullctln T,pitnrinl Room.Phnnw 189
EVENING CLOTHES FOR
W. W. AHAINA & CO.
02 So, King St. !.., No Brandies.
Excavating and Filling,
Vineyard St., Ewt of Nuuaiju Stream
Frldaj', December 3.
I M. S. S. Mongolia, fiom HoiiB
Itong and .luiiiiii ports; pass, and gen.
Thursilnj, Dccembei 2.
Stmr. W. (1. Hall, Mr Kniial pints:
pass, and gen. cargo, 5 p, 111
Fild.ij-, Deceinber .1.
Am. stmr. Hoseciaus and p. Falls of
Cljde, for Oavlota in ballast.
Stmr. Ctniidine. for Maul and Ha
waii parts; pass, ami fit 11. caigo, S
P. M. S. H. Mongolia, for San 1'iaii
clsco; pass, am! gen. cargo.
4 , a
U ,S. A. T, ThoinaB. from Manila
Stmr. Miiiina" Kea, from Hllo, n.'m
Stmr. Klnan from Knuat port; pais
mid gen cirg.), a. in.
Slmr. Mlk.ihnln, fiom Maul .1111I Mo
loknl ports; pass, nnd gen. cargo, a. 1.1,
' K- Ul.ljo .Mnrii. ror Hongkong
v'- Japan ports; pass, and gen. caigu.
Am. schr. Flunieiiee Wnnl for Mid
Stmr. Noeaii, for Knual ports; gen
caigo, G p, 111
Stmr. J. A. Cummins, for Onhu pints.
Stmr. Mlknhalii, ror Maul and Mo
lokul ports; piss, and geu. caig'i. i
Stmr. Klnan, for Kauai ports; pis?
nnd gen cargo, G p. 111.
Slim, Manna Kea, ror Maul and Ha
waii ports; pass , gen. cargo, null,
Stmr. Mnuna Loa, for Kona and Kuu
polls; pass, and gen. cargo, noon.
Per stmr. Mtiuna Lot, from Kona
nnd Knu ports, Dic. 3. Mrs. M. Cmnp-
neii, . .1. iiccker Mrs. Decker C.11I
iSV'.JJff.1 ,1..r'1l""-, ? r"- !'"'
Sirs. J. 1). Ackcrmann. T, O'Drleti. Mrs.
O'llrlen, C. nolle, L. J. E1burg, J. 11.
Smith. H. D. Mend, W. O. (lull F I,.
Gibson. Mrs. (llbsou. sir., nnd Sirs.
Clms. (lay. Sirs. I, II. Wilson, C. F.
iierucK, .1. j, vvaisli.
I PA88ENOERS DEPARTED I
Per stmr. W. O. Hall, for Kannl
I oris, Dec. 1. I). L. Austin. A. Robin
Kin, II. WngKoner, II. E. Cooper,
Per stmr. Sfaii'nn Kea', for Illlo and
way ports, Dec. 7, Sirs. .1. F, Drown
Mrs. J, F. Woods. Miss II. Alirelis. J.
Hull, Miss Ivy Richardson. ,Mis, T
Guaid ,Mrs. Cnpvvell Salto II. T
S',llls. SIlss Wooilln, W. W. Drlggs, A,
Cartlej', A, If, nordou. Sirs. Onirton
T. 11. Flckel, Sir. nnd Mrs. Adams.
Per stmr. Sluuiri joa, for Kona and
Kan ports, Dec, 7. W. W. lirlggs, A,
Hartley, O. E. Wall.
Per stmr, Claiullno. for Stnul pnrls
nnd Illlo, Deo. 3. Sirs. C. II, Dickey,
W, AhUaldwln, Mrs. Freeth, A. S. Rob
ertson, Geo. I. Lucas, Sir. Kinulsen
Sir, Hosmer, JJr. Mnrgolln, Sister Sing
MallB, are. due at Honolulu from
points as follows:
Snn 1'ianclico Per Chjo Slnru, Die
Yokohama Per Mongolia, today,
Vancouver Per Makiira. Dec. 10, '
Colonles-r-rer Aorungl, Dec, 8.
Molls will depart for tho following
points as follows:
San Francisco Per Mongolia, IJtc, 4
Yokohama, Per Chlyy Maui, Dec. 7.
Vancouver Per Aorangl, Dec. S.
Colonics Per SInkuiu. Dec. 10
Blank books of all forts, ledgers
I etc., manufactured by tho llulletir
p"' '"M" fnmw"
Wc have just what you want for a Christmas present for your
wife, mother, sister or sweetheart in LOCKETS, NECKLETS,
WATCHES. RINGS. HANDY PINS, MESH BAGS, STERLING
PHOTO FRAMES, BROOCHES and liumerous other articles us
ttnlly found in nn up-to-djttc'Jewelry Stoie.
Will he pleased to show joit through the stock. ,
All (foods guaranteed. m lepreientcd, and prices nre tfiit.
M. R. COUNTER'
1142 Fort St. .
There's Nothing Better
Malt Nutrinc leads nil other, slrenuth-givinjj prepara
tions of limit. Wc hnvc a ftesh supply. It will help you.
CQYNE FURNITURE COMPANY
if You Don't Know
That our sodas are the best to be had in the city, it
is because you have never tried them. A trial case will
convince von that in the manufacture of soda water we
arc in a class bv ourselves. '
, Consolidated Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
1 . JOHN 8CHLD2FF, Manacter. Telephone 71.
LACE CURTAIN SALE
We want to interest Christmas shoppers in house ne
cessities". In order to do so wc r.ic offering- Lace Curtnins
nt prices far below the rcgnltr. ,
$0,00 a pair now $0.40 a pair 1.50 a pnir now l.15 a pair
1.00 a pair now 0.75 a pair 1.75 a pair now 1.30 n pair
1.25 a pair now 0,00 a pair 2.25 a pair now 1.75 a pair
An Appreciated Gift
Has valuo in the ecs of the receiver for its beauty and
usefulness, Imported Chinese goods have both these quali
ties. Among the articles that we are showing" are dress
silks, silk shawls, handkerchiefs and shirt waists in nil
Buyinc is made easy when you see this display. We
invite you to call,
041 Nuuanu St.
h x .- -T ' v-".r vW
& CO.. LTD.,
That's thelnilial Payment
When oa buy furniture of us on
the installment plan, $10 00 miil
Joun and S10.C0 per month will
furnisTi vonr home.
Quality here is as high as our
terms are easy nnd prices low.
TA1 & CO.,
' .. I
. Ml j.Wiki(X'Jik..i