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KTthese whose cruelty makes many
Ojby the fires which they first kin.
3x Earl of Sterling.
ISccr'etnry Knox lias stirred up
fmttliliiB In tho Orient, unless an
Judgllur frnni remarks mmln ln.
W,tho cointnlltuc, Cnndldnto Me-
nndUm Old a llttlo "plajlng no
ftlne" nnd tlio Hoiortioi- utile.
tG.io.it llrltuln'g position on llio
uuiniiiziuiaii o tlio Mnlichuilnn
MJwny Is of inoio than ordinary mo
tent nt this tlmo, when no ninny
'rjnsh citizens fall to enthuse over
jejuni, in co with Japan.
Ifltho country worn nearer n nn-
,onul election you would ken nro.lli-
llnT?hl nmlMUl tl.f.1 tl.n .nni-lfli. .f
lllcllot has tint him In linn fnp llin
resiliency n the exponent, ot tlio
hm r ' 1 -r
KOno of tlio most notahlo of Glf
jjrdjplnchors public ultcrantci "as
jaljpcecli delivered latu In Decent
frBijPf"'0 II number of prominent
libltslieis assembled at the Unlvei
jtjj&lub In Now York Cllj. Ill
Jijv5if tbp Iiieicnscd Intciest In
Uijghot's lum-e. tho following cx
rbcifc from IiIh leiiiarks suggest that
SJnoL ouly Knew what was coming,
titt'was preparing tlio way foi u
IpJltUhat will not end with "Ills ills
Slq&al from olllco. "It Is tho honor
JjlOi distinction of the forest servlco
natj.lt has been moro constantly,
yirxj bitterly nnd more violently nl-
f.Utpd by representatives of the spo
iilf Interests In recent cars than
Smother government bureau Tho
Sole successful ,ve have been In pro
pntlng land-grabbing and tho ab
rptlon ot water power by tlio sno-
nUSintorostH, the moro Ingenious,
cjmoie devious and the more dan
roils tlioso attacks linvn heennin A
iVorlto ono Is to assert that tho for
Matt lee, lu Its zeal for the public
tdfere. has plajert ducks and drakes
IthTthe nets of rnntrrpss. Tim fn. f
fcjtlio sciko hus had wariant ot
f'gjfoi' eerj thing It has done. Not
jncoslnco It was created has any
ifargo of illegality, despite the most
iwirciiing intcstigntinn and tho bit
rest attack, ever led to roversal or
root ny euncr iiouho of congress
by any Congrcssloiial tommltteo,
ntetho forest ocrvto tailed pub
cfnttontlotl to th rnnbl iibsiirntlnn
tftn.n.. ,. ..!.. ....
i-'fl'n'i'Mum Diie unit uiu inreau
MilngiRrowth of a great water-power
ffioiiopoly, attacks upon It have In
cased witn marled tapldlt I an-
jpao tnai they will epntluiio to do
ntlll greater opposition Is prom-
ilSIn the near futmo. Thcro Is
lyl-ono protection an nwakened
riRST THE PUBLIC SCHOOLS.
Unilor thn licmlllicr nf " 1 1 :i in 1 1 'rt
Jb-Jnitl l'aclh" U published today In
nioiu columns an extract from mi
itorvlow with ConimUsloiicr of Tub.
eJlnstruUlon John T. Molr, publish
vuff uit jinn riuuiiu.
AVbal Is given In that Interview
OTll U 1 1 o t I n iiiihlfKhnH. n n Hit
allJSchool Tact, only lu so far ns
;repretents what a gicat many peo
ulunti lawyer iiccHcil n cull
feusU farmer who was In neod of
&jgidvlce. Tho lawjer looked up
'statutes nnd told the fanner what
wnv . ....
should do. "ilow much," said tho
"Wctl?llefti call It $3." sild tho
lijjuririlr bainlul ovu a $r bill.
ItJWtiWUIV'- S, 1'uuum tu.i mw
WKllJUUIAlll- wr nu IVOW m ..u
icioivunu pucruiuu uw uiu aa jiu
igrtess.i migliboi," ho iciii.ii l.it
(7 ?.T..!l,.. I.I.. .?. ... ......ll i
rvnmiiv:ii inn seat, i euuii nuvii
$2 wot th mom of nil-
rejwere two 0ij immou lu Ire-
mk- i' i ';,V,.
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JANUARY 10. 1910
HAWAII SCHOOL FACTS.
"It Is all right lo te.ith them read
mg, writing nnd arithmetic," said
Jlolr. "At least, enough to get
along with, but 1 bellexo that that
Is practically all the hook studies
they need, and that tho tlmo which
the chlldien put lu at school would
bo spent to for greater advantage to
mom If they erq Instructed to n
greater extent than ls done nt pres'
cut In virions tiades, such ns car
pentiy, blncksmltblng nnd mi forth
bo that lllOV would knnvi' Rnmrthltifr
by which they could make a lhlng
when they loft school. The schools
hao n tho past turned out a lot of
educated lonteis. They all want
positions ns bookkeepers and clerks,
and they can not get such jobs; at
least, only n few of them can.
"Whllo tho boys should bo taught
trades, llio girls bhould bo ghen
thorough Instruction In tlio virions
housekeeping arts, bucIi as sewing,
cooking, etc., so they would bo able
to tako caro of a house when thy
left school. The trouble In this
country Is that so many of the joung
girls know nothing whatever nbout
housekeeping. Then they get mar
. I, and when It (omes to getting
id n meal they don't know how to
do It. 'Ihen there Is n mw and uii-
1 ipplness." Interview with John
'Vi Moli, Commissioner of l'ublle. Jn.
ple v.y of tho public schooH of this
This paper does not accept- Mr.
Molr's assertion of what tho schools
havo done, or failed to do, as a state
ment of fact.
Tho public schools of this Ten!
tory hnSo not turned out nny more
whtte-shlrt loafers and cigarette
smoking good-for-nothings than nny
othor sectlou of tbo United State's.
Wo bcllevo the aerage for Hawaii Is
At the same tlmo, we full) agieo
with one obvious ccntluslon of Mr.
Molr's remarks that more attention
should be glcn In our public
fcdiooU to what come call tho Indus
trial nrfs, but whch the aierage
man thinks of as practical work.
Thcro should' bo moro industrial
training in our public schools.
Chljdicn In tlio country should bo
taught tho dignity of labor; they
bhould bo Kcboolid to become moro
clllclent In that which will equip them
for cinplojmont that Is likely to tt.
open to them In tho lclnlty ot their
homes after they leavo school and
must earn their own living.
To this extent wo fully agree with
Commlsslonei Molr, nnd it is to 'be
sincerely hoped that his Influence In
llio Hoard of 'Public Instruction, unit
more especially niuong those who pay
the taxes and elect men to leglslnte,
will bo toward educating children to
work with their hands as well as
To do this, tho tdioolH must lid
well equipped with funds'.
To do this, tbo pcoplo of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii must do as is dono
by tho pcoplo of ocry Stnto and Ter
ritory In tho Union first provide
ample funds for tho public schools,
when levying taxes and appropriat
ing public funds.
I land, ono a llttlo moro proHpeioiiH
I than tbo other,' ami he had great
Ideas for hortes. So ho goes to his
neighbor, Mike, and says; "Molko!
say, Molko; I hev n folno coalt, an'
sbo's dl Hoped grnfo spade, and I nm
roIii' lo Inter Iht In the Dailiy, and
put all thu money jez liov on her;
she'll tuicly win."
Uu to tbo dliil wld yo ami ytr
coalt, I htv bin wuikiu' hat-rd all
mo lollo to sine those fow shlllln'ts,'
on' dliil it tint will I put on cr
j llio rate tool, place, and Mike
tacked tho (oil mid, of touisc, tbo
i mi. nisi, ,)ii .iimi goes ovci in too
jookoy. nnil (aiiplng him on llto
shdulUer, sujs lo blm:
"I't Jhe lovo of Hlvln, pliwat do
tayntd yer?" ' .
MiU'lock -Me. A ."-room
modem house. Price t'i'00.
Knlmukl l7room attrac
tive bungalow, new; crafts
man st)lo of architecture;
modern; thoroughly up to
date. Price SHCOO.
Maktki St., near Wilder
Ae. 7toont house; modern;
convenient! the kind built to
lhc In. Prlco $4500.
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.
REAL ESTATE. STOCKS AND BONDS. INSURANCE
STOP THE SLAUGHTER.
Hullo tin readers do not hao
to bo reminded of what position this
paper takes oii'tho subject of aulo
mobllo bcorrhlng, nnd lis Inevitable
result ns demonstrated In the acci
dent by which Mr. A. II. Smith nil
but lost his lire.
Tho term nccldent Is incorrect. It
should be cnlled what It Is criminal
Crippling for life nnd ruthless
slaughter ut human beings -arc tho
certain tesults of the manner In
which many of tho local automobile
owners drho their machines and tbo
failure of the community to bring
tho prcssuro to bear that will sccura
enforcement of the speed laws.
We repeat, that this city has ab
solutely no excuse for failure to en
force tho rules against automobile!
scorching, rules that nro not unrea
sonable in any detail,
On the mainland, towns along tho
gicat thoroughfares arc subject lo
a sudden flight of the dovll-mnchlno
lu tho hands of u fool or n criminal,
and the iiilpilts are off and uwn,
down the road befmc nny ollUer can
Hero, every autopiobllo owner nnd
driver is held within n very narrow
limit, and all ran be controlled by
the polite If tho police be bo minded.
Hut though tho police arrest tilt
the last trump sounds, this will have
no effect on fool chauffeurs unlets
the nuthoiltles mako the penalty for
continued violation of tho law, some
thing more than a reprimand.
If the scorchers can not see that
they nro driving straight to tho goal
ot manslaughter and a term in pris
on, the community should sec to It
that tho killers mo stopped beforo
tho slaughter Is actually begun.
"DIDN'T SAY IT," SAYS FREAE,
(Continued from Pass D
a new thing in Hawaii, and wblto we
arc del eloping tlicm as rapidly us con
ditions wairant, It Is a question wheth
er the tlmo bos et como to permit
them to levy their own taxes, and
thuro Ib n tendency to rormlt tho
counties, a disposition to permit tho
counties, to Isnio bonds for local pub
lic lmpiocmcnts. Hitherto llio Ter
ritory Itself has Issued nil tho bonds
for what might bo called local Improve-
Real Estate for Sale
A bargain' at Kalmukl, on Hlovoiilh
Avenue, $ I COO.
Lots In KaliiTukl Park Tratt,'?40l)
rath, on easy payments. TIiilo
iieres, tleuied nnd fentcd, lu the Kal
mukl Tract,, ror $2C00. Atieago
pioperly In I'alolo Vitlley,
Thesn nio a few
lies wo hud to
ill leal tulalc.
l'oit aitd llcj
ltONOT.OT.IT, T. ll... MONDAY. JAN.
1. Deretnnln St., 311. n., $40.
a. lleretnnln St., RU. It.. $10.
3. Thurston Ae., 4 U. It.,
1. Kalmukl, 1 II. H $S.
2, 95S Spencer St 2 11. It.,
.1. Mnklkl St., 3 It. It., SG0.
4. Kalmukl, 3 I). It,, S50.
G. The Atherton houso on Pa
cific Heights, 4 1). II., at
C. I.unalllo St., G D. II., $100.
On Sunday the office is open from
eight to ten a. m.
ments, ns well
ns what might bo
Mr. I.!od: Governor, If jou ran
not trust these pcoplo to assess and
loy their own taxes, would It not bo
going n gooj long ways to permit
them to Incur Indebtedness?
Goxcrnor Frcnr; Of coursp, tho act
permitting them to Incur indebtedness
Is passed by tho territorial legislature,
and with, proper restrictions.
Mr. Lloyd; I Understood )on differ
ently. I understood jou that tho coun
try would havo tho right to Issuo Its
Coventor Frcar; Only under tho
authority of tho territorial Icglslituro,
as It is provided at present. The le,
islatiiro did pass ono ijct atituoilzlwi
ono particular rounty to Ismic bonds
for certain purposes, mid that issuo
wan approved by the Pii-ildent, but
thu supremo court of tho Territory flu
ally hold that imdir tho voiding of
'this section, ns It Is at tho presc'nt
tlmo, the county could not Issuo tho
bonds. becaliEO It had to havo tho
power of taxation nt the sano tlmo.
Now, tho Idea is to mako It postllilo
to permit tho counties to Issn'i bonds
under tbo autlmrltj of tho legislature
without noceosarlly glu them tho
power of taxation. If that Is not dono.
men ono or Uo things, will happen,
probably; cither tho Territory ca.i not
pcimlt tho counties to hsiio these
bonds for ninth needed public Impinvc
meats or else it will permit them to
do ibis, and nt the samo tlmo glto
them tho iKiwtr of taxation earlier
than It othotwlbo might think ll wise
to do so, I think tho legislature will
gtvo this power of taxation In time.
Mr. Mod: Wh) not gle them tho
power or taxation?
Governor Hear: That Is a question
A good many thlitk It should bo dono
;ur. i.ioyu; i did not mean to ask
for our Idea, but what Is tho objec
tion to It?
Governor Pieai; ikcauso It In
thought that somo of tho county gov
of tho nppoilnnl
utfei Tin investment
chant butch - ""'"" '
If You Have a
List it with us, We have
some very good realty propo-i
sitions to offer you.
Come in and see us.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
Bishop Trust Co. Ltd.
crnments aio not sot quite what thqy
ought to bo ut liio present time, nnd it
is fell not quite safe to put the rower
of luxation lu their hands.
Mr. Mo)d: I wub slmpl) nuking vou
what reason was given for J,l; what
tho objection was.
Govcinor Krcar; That lit what Jt
was; that ihoy might tako advantago
of their po-vo-y In tbomatttr of taxa
tion, low it , crimps unduly high
taxes aiv -n wasting the money;
am! then tin u might bo a tomlcucy
1 urn' not saying this, but this Is an
"Mr. Liojd: Yes. .
Governor Frcar (continuing): To
P"t tbo assessments down pretty low
In one county so as to mako another
county pay moro than its sharo to the
territorial government. Of courso
that could be counteracted to somo do
grco by a board of equalization, but
not perhaps altogether; but there are
arguments of Hint soil.
Ir. McCnndless: You can print my
remarks uovv, but I will send jou tho
brief. I would llko to call the atten
tion of tljo tommltteo to ono thing
hero In regard to tho lands, and as It
is ono subject I will talk of It n nmi
.subject; I refer to tho turning over to
ino counties ot tho right to collect
tho taxes'. Tho organlcnct under tho
law hero gives to the superintendent of
public vorks tho management and
control of tho government mads. Gov
,efnor Prcar stated today that ho did
not believe tho counties should cc
oct tho taxes. 1 think that is abso
Governor I'roar: I did not uv timt
Mr. McCnndless: ITxcuso me, then.
ion novo this bill huro, and I jut
down as you nald it what I though
jou said, that )nii thouglt tbo time
had not bewmo rlpo ror tho counties
to collect taxes, nndijou did not want
Uu in to t tii ii Iht! tolleclton ot tho taxes
over to tho counties nt tho piescnt
Governor Troar:- No; I did not say
Mr. McCandloss: Excuse mo, If I
hnvo misundci stood jou. For in
stance, tho superintendent of public
WOrkS hUS got thO COntlOl Of our rn,1a
We passed u cotmty law under this
ureuuic net, out wu havo unlyi got a
right to tho uirfato of the fliitls! Tho
municipality of Honolulu toduy Is
about lo untor suit against' n'tol6phone
company thoro. That telcptfiSrio' c'oti
pany got u right from tho fiipeilntou'
dent of public vvoiks to dig and put
rnndullH iindPr tho sIicuIh for ihcso
telcrhones. but llm foimlv imn n ......
ti.ict with mo tuh'phono people- to put
..vir ..ins Ul iiieir poles. Now, this
It'kphoiiu toimi.tiiv Is L-niin. i.. i,. ,.
doivu tlioio pules. 'Uieicfoio lh uiu
nttli'iillty of Ilouuliilii has not nuj
Place tO lllll 11 Wires nvrnnl (,. ..( ....
poloe of no ovvu ami tli0 Eiipcrlnlcn
dent ol public worka cajo. "YoH have
ti illicit l,i tlKsoslioutB; jou havo
only ii light t ,ii, Clu of (!1 jmt
"W iiil.u Kl UIU llglll in dig thuill up-
That Is what Is happening. Ho has
Riven the teleiiho-in mumim. n... .1.1..
to dU into tho Ltitttj und the muulc-
ll'allty of Honolulu has not tho right
to stop them. That Is how affairs are
conflicting In ono county.
Gentlemen, I am vers much, obliged
to you for the time that you havo al
lowed mo to tako up'nddresslng oti,
nnd 1 will give you somo more, facts
later on In writing In regard to this
bill. 1 wnnt to loavo with yon people
a list of all llto public lands, ns pub
lished by the territorial government,
nnd how they are leased and how they
ro handled and controlled, and who
they are leased to.
NEW GRAND JURY IS SWORN IN.
(Continued From Page 1.)
and Impartial execution ot thu law;
nnd each and r3 v p rjuli, bo lio cit
izen or alien, ni.u: bo undo to imTttr
stand, and constantly to feel, that the
supremacy of tho In will bo steadily
and Impartially enforced by the con
stunted nuthoiltles and tribunals; nnd
that liberty, consistent with this en
lightened ago and civilization, cannot
exist under n feeble, relnxcd or in'
dolent administration of Its power,
wlicro crime goes unpunished and the
law Is contemned, or where tbo feol
law Is condemned, or where the feel
ing is made or permitted to exist that
there Is a law for the rich nnd another
for tho poor. Willi lenal law'so mild
and forbearing ns ours, thcro can bo
hoi just, causo ior sjmpatiiy with any
person who voluntarily, under nny
pretext, Incurs their penalties; and
nny faibiro or. neglect on tlio part of
tho Jurors to mako proper, ncccssaiy
and thorough inquiry nnd findings re
garding nlleged or supposed violations
of tho law, or of Judges to faithfully,
fearlessly, nnd Impartially, to declare
and administer the law ns l may Le
loiind lo exist.
SUNDAY SCHOOLS CELEBRATE.
(Special (o the llul 1 o t I n)
WAII.UKU. Maul. Jan. 7 Tim a.....
day School nt Kttau church, Pola, Maul.
on mew years Hay, was n very suc
cessful arfalr. It was un-i-r llio able
direction of Mr. p. n. Kni.,,1,,, !,,
ably assisted by Mr. John Kaluna.
ino iiucio, painilhl, Pula nnd Mnuna
olu Seminary Sunday Schools took
pari, ijiiiio n, number of visitors pre
sent vvcro from Walluku and sprec-
kclsvlllo. With tbo klml ni.n,.l..lnl,
of Buporlntcndent Knhokuoliinn tbo
following ladles and gentlemen gave
brief addresses. 'llov. h. n. Kauiiio
hclvva of Walluku. Hon. .1. W. Kalua.
anonrr w. n. Saffcry Jailor J. F.
Welch, Mr. Kcola mid Mesdames S if
fery, Kulua and Welrh, A concert
wns given iu tho raine ihiirr'i Id tho
evening width wns well attended. Tho
proceeds wore for tho benefit of the
parich Weak Of tho rhurrli A mi.ni.
Ing of (ho Christian Kndeavor Socio-
uus oi central Mnui rollowed tho Sun
day School oxerclses.
"' HOUSE WARMING.
(Special lo the llu I lot In.)
WAILtTIvl! Mnnl l.... r .i. ...i
---' - ...., a. ,. iiiki
Mrs. Patrick Cockctt gave a very suc
cessful house warm I in- nt ih.lf l,n,
at Wnlkapu on Now Yeai's Day. It
was considered ono of tho finest and
biggest pilvnte liiaus over given on
Mnnl, and practlcallj till Wnllnkti and
Knhulul wero there. Mr. Cockett Is
manager of Estuto of Cornwcll Ilnnch
at Walohull, and both ho and his
amiable wife are held in the highest
esteem by every body on Maul Irres
pettlvo of political or church alalia-
tlotlS. TllOlr now hnmn wiiu w.n.. .tni.
ed last month and It Is an elegant, and.
luiuiuriuuio nome in its truest sense.
An Ungllshmnn has perfected n
complicated machine for figuring out
tldo tables. -With It ho can In two
hours do tho-work that formerly re
quired about six months. '
.Bulletin Business Office Phone 25ft
""IlKHn Kditnrml Koom Phnim 181.
vlnnuary G, 1910.
Honry Watorhouso Trust Co, I,td ,
Agents, Continental Cnsuulty Co ,
Gentlomon; I own receipt of
VOUr check for Tliri.n llim.lt-n.l ,...!
Twenty-llvo (S32C.00) Dollars In
inn souicmoiit of my claim against
tho Continental Casualty Company
under Accident Policy No. 717170,
for Which I lieir tn thnnl- miii T
wish to take this opportunity of ex
posing my appreciation of tlie vcry
satlsfactoiv iniinnoi In whlph till j
claim bus been adjusted.
Agiln thanking ou, I remain,
)ouis very tiuly,
FltANK O. HOYUIl.
Tlio above letter refers to a sol
tlomont made on account of uu uc
cJdent occurring only two days aftor
the policy was issued, thcro being
night weeks' total disability. ,$200
Additional hospital Indemnity
for two wteka .,...,,.,.. su
Additional Indemnity foi opui-
4iUun bv- lapuioUmi)' ,, my
lhc policy lurd wjj the New
Perltction Policy of the Coutlntntal
Henry Waterhouse Trust
Co., Ltd., agents
Smith's Injuries Serious
-Police Work On
Chief McDuffle of tho city dolcc
tlve bureau believes Hint hq hann
Importnnt duo to tho Identity of 'tho
reckless chauffeur who, early Sun
day morning, drove his machine at
breakneck speed nlong Hotel street
ftnd lode rough-shod over A., If. '
Smith, tho ngod brother of Bcnntor
S O. Smith, leaving tho man man
gled and unconscious in the street.
McUiinio and his men Immediately
commenced n still hunt for the heart
less atitolst, who, otter running flown
his victim, hastened away without
making the least effort to ascertain
tho extent of the injuries Inflicted. ,
It has developed that the scorch
ing automobile vvas teen by ono or
two pedestrians. Mr. Smith, tho vic
tim of tho disaster, lias Ujcen seri
ously Injured. An examination mndu
by Dr. Wood soon nftcr the accident
has brought to light (he fact that
several ribs nre broken. Smith wait
rendered unconscious by tho terrific
Impact of tho machine, and, of
course, knows nothing after the mn
chlno rounded tho corner near Hotel
and Union streets and he saw llio
flash of tho machlno headlight.
It Is believed from an examination
of tho injuries inflicted upon Smith
that ho was dragged for qulto a dls- ,
lance. He declares that the driver
of tho car mndo no sound of nny
kind cither by tho use of tho horn
There was n flash of light, nnd
then oblivion is nbout the way Mr.
Smith sizes up the accident.
Tho doort of fnsl nnd reckless Joy
riding on the downtown strcotB ot
Honolulu has been sounded by thn
police department. From (his tlmo
on, It is proposed to spare no effort
In rounding up n score or moro ot
flagrant offenders ngnlnst.tho speed '
ordinances: Tho employment of :i '
llttlo "gum-shoo" methods will, ll Is
believed, materially assist In -dragging
somo ot tho worst auto-manlncs
before the courts, whero they can be
glven their Just deserts. ' "
Tho assistance of n few plain
clothes men, stationed nt certain por
tions of (ho business dlstrlcta.nftcr
nightfall, Is thought will icsiilt lu
the apprehension and Inter on thn
conviction of the' culprits who hnvo
Ignored (he rights of "pedestrians to
tho public thoroughfares.
Mr. Smith was tnken to tho hos
pital early Sunday morning, but only
after he had lain In the roadway for
a considerable peilod, maimed and
unconscious. Ho declares that tho
machine was going at n fist paco
and that, though ho Jumped back
ward after his first sight of tho
BWlftly-advnuclng auto, he was not
quick enough, nnd tho Juggernaut tar .
passed over his body.
Santiago Torres, from Porto Itlco, ,
called upon his pation saint In vain
as he left the police court room this
morning to commence a sixty-day
sentenco at Hotel Asch for vag
rancy. Torres Is nlleged by several wt- '
tiesses as trying to Imitato the lllltcs
of Solomon In that litrHlld not weave
nor spin. Torres appealed lu cotit
as rxtiomoly well dressed. Ho was
a gentlemanly-appearing "vog," be- (
lleved the officers, but, nevertheless,,
ho Is charged with having dorlvcd his
livelihood from the proceeds of gam
bling. "Santa Marin," exclaimed Torres
under his breath us bo went back'
Into tho prisoner's dock aHcr tho de
Itverrof sentenco by Judge-Aridrnde,
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