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ESTABLISHED 1882. No. 5007.
10 PAGES. HONOLULU, TERRITORY OF HAWAII, THURSDAY, AUGUST 17,-10 PAGES.
PRICE 5 CENTS.
DR. HOBDY FOR
: HE REFUSES
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From tan rVaneleoet
Sierra ...August 18
Per San Franeleeoi
Tcnyo Maru August IS
' From Vanoouver.
Mnrntna September 15
Mnkura Boptcmbcr 12
FLEET MANEUVERS TO BE STRENUOUS
Vigorous uttackH on tha business
iililllly inn! Judgment of W. J. Iowrlo
1 while manager of llnwullun Cotnmcr-
clul unil Sugur Company's plantation
on Muul aro being mude by witnesses
ciillcif for tho defenso In tlio gult
brought I y I.owrio against tlio Castles
mid Alexander & Maldwln to recover
H 00,000. Tlio deposed manager of Ha
waiian Commercial Is being scored us
incompetent, unable to bundle planta
tion labor properly und unable to meet
situations that" arose In tlio inanngo-
nicnt of tlio big augur property
These attacks arc made III tho course
nf tho depositions now being taken In ,)(mr(1 ()f lcnlh f jl0 commlttco can
t-ceret befyro Court Commissioner J. ccuro )r. Holnly's consent to take
W. Jones. Tho diposltlons aro thoso (10 WBmn Twice offered the In
lor tho defense. Attorney W. A. Kin- rtorBement of tho committee, with the
noy and A. U Cuutlc, representing tho ,rncica certainty, It Is said, that he
defense, are calling a largo number of wotl(I ,cn receive appointment bv
witnesses, und the entire threo weeks tno novcrnor. Dr. Hobdy' has twice
allowed for tho depositions will Pro11- .declined to bo n candldoto for tho
iihl) bo .Hied. I iosltlon In any sense of tlio word and
Imoortant Testimony. I imu mnrln wlmt innoitntH If i n lint ro-
Tho testimony of the Ilaldwln boy
Is regarded us particularly nipinui
to tho defense, as well ns that of somo(
of tho men associated with Hawaiian
Commercial slnca 1900. Harry Ilaldwln
was giving evidence yesterday unil con
tinning today, -d. I Wilder, J. U Mc
I .ran of tho Inter-Island Btcam Navl
giillon Comimny, und John Duggan, tho
locnl contractor, uro. among the other
Important witnesses who havo testified.
J, !. Cooke .Is expected to bo n wit
ness shortly.- f
Duggan anno down from tho Coast!
to supervise the construction of 'tho
mill nnd other -building work, remain
ing with the comimny for twenty-two
months, nnd later resigned and camo
to Honolulu to outer tlio contracting
business here. r
Plantation hlstoiy of over, ten years
ngo Is being raked up In tho courso of
tlio defensor efforts to prove tho In
competency and undoslrablllty of I,ow
rlo in. manager of. Hawaiian Commer
cial. Witnesses aro b"lng questioned ns to
his management of his lunus und men.
One ehnrgo brought against him Is that
lie would Interfero wltli Ills lunna anil
their work, annulling their orders to
tlio men under them nnd generally
breaking up tho necessary dlsclpllno of
plantation operation. Testimony also
that his lunus were nllowcd to kick
nnd strike the laborers Is regarded us
damaging to his case. Complaints of
quarters. It Is said, were common.
A storv thut. u committee of Investi
gation wns named to look Into I,owrlo'a
handling ot tho plantation is nniier
stnnd to bo figuring In tho depositions.
l.vldcnco dealing with tho discovery
during tho plague times, when men
were dying like files, that tho water
was bad. Is another point that may bo
emphasized later In the case, when tho
actual arguments arc offered.
Counsel for the plaintiff, Judge R. D,
Kllllmiin of New York Mild James K.
Cotter of Ilostnn, are making careful
note of the various points brought up.
START IN ON
An examination has been mado of
the piles at the Alakoa street wharf
and with ono' excoptlnn they havo
been found to bo sound, Thoro were
bonio minor repairs to bo ma'lo but
iIioho havo all been fixed un.
Stops aro also being taken for thu
carrying out of the plans outlined by
tho harbor commission. Orders have
teen Issued for tho preliminary plans
fur the Klnau whurf which Is to be
rebuilt and also specifications uro. to
bo mado fonfthe sea wall.
Tho engineers aro to work along
Iho general lines given, them and are
iiIbo to mako thpio or four various
schemes iiii showing .tho coat with
using different materials. The work
is to bo pushed right ahead and work
will bo Btarted ns eoon as tho plans
uro settled on,
Tim Knnnnhn Ilnnch Company In
Kh caso agulnet tho Kanoohe Illco
Mill Company has fllod n motion for
nn Interlocutory nppeal to tho su
premo court In ordor to get tho case
out of tne way.
A meeting of tho Nuuanu Vnlley
improvement Club will bo hold this
evening ut the Merchants' Association
rooms In the Young building, at 8
Be Urged Again
Republican Committee Will Not
Dr. W. C. Hobdy will bo Indorsed
by the Republican territorial central
,,iii,w , ,. nroalrlennv of thn
flsnj to con8i,icr the presidency of
Ti,0 opiiosttlon that hns developed
r.uint thn namlm? of rr. .1. S. II.
prntt, health ofllcor, for tho position,
Is bo strong that today there seems
llttlo likelihood of his Indorsement by
tho committee, even with tho fact
that ho has some strong backing.
Tho committee adjournol yegter
day"after a session at which opposl
tlon to Dr. Pratt crystallized, and tho
adjournment wag' taken, It wag learn
ed tonay, ui ace If Dr. Hobdy would
consent to lake the position. To so-
cure him, tho committee wag prepar
ed, It Is understood, to raise, a largo
amount of money In addition to thn
regular salary of tho position carries.
$300 a mouth. The shippers' wharf
lund is tho source looked to for tho I
outsldo help. Dr. Kobdy was Been'
yesterday nrtornoon and again this
morning nnd both times declined to
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CITY TO HAVE OWN
The Ciovernor has granted tho county
n piece ot laud at the Jail for tho pur
poxo ot putting up u garage. Tho step
has been tuktu by tho city fathers be
caiisc of tho amount that It Is costing
them for their automobiles. Churges
that tho various garages havo been
milking" tho city nnd that where gas
oltne has been charged for It has not
been put In, aro mado by Supervisor
Klion Low bus been working on ii
tublo of figures showing tho cost of
keeping the machines going, onil his es-
tlmalH of tlio amount that can no
vifVCtl by tho establishment of a garage
Carl Wldenian.arul A. K. Vlcrrn uro.CHINESE.P0l DEALERS
nnw ntnelnlH who hlivn hecn added to I '
the clerical department of tho Hono
lulu Moad Department, th'olr appoint
ment taking oltect with todny and at
Instance, of ltoad Supervisor Charles
Wldeman has cono Into ho ofllco of
the road supervisor In tho capacity
of clerk! He will assist In tho Keep
ing of accounts and records, wmen
work has Increased to a marked de
gree with the preparation for perma
nent Improvement now under advlBC
ment in the road department.
Vlerra. who has been assigned to
the, duties as head luna, will have full
charge of the street cleaning branch
ot thfat department.
In selecting now assistants ltoad
Supervisor Wilson choso Wldeman
and Vltrra from a largo list of appli
cants who havo been 'ranking frantic
efforts to break Into tho public ser
vice Tho road department finds Itself
much hamtiered In cnrrylng on work
of maintenance of roads in Honolulu
district this' month owing to the ov
erdraft of some thirteen hundred dol
consider tho offer.
The Kepubllcnn commlttco held a
session ut noon today, preceding So serious It the situation becoming
which Chairman Cooper, Dr. Hob ly. that troops are being ruehed to the
und Retiring President Molt-Smlth'striko centers by the thousand and
wcro closeted wun me uovcrnor, ins-
cussing the situation.
At the meeting today, n number or
names were propped and discussed
Informally, but after an hour's con
sideration, tho committee ngiln ad
journed, and nliotnor cnori wl no
made by Its meniiicra m secure nr.
Hobdy, It was stated after tno most
Ing that tho commlttco hns another
strong man In mind hut that this man,
us well ns others, has said ha Is not
Street rumor today connected tho
rinmo of Col. J. V. Joncg with Iho
position. Tho colonel, however, said
today that ho Is'not a candidate, and
while a rumor hag It that tho commlt
tco Is considering Col. Jones, his namo
Is rnejely, anions' thoao tal&ed over;
'The' stains of the caso now Is that
Dr. Hobdy la the man sought after,
and so far ho baa refused. After his
talk with' the govornor, he declared
to tho nullotln that ho would not J
ureciit the noalllon. "IVcannot tako.'
tho position,;' ho said, but would not
ctnto his reasons.
One of tho comments of tho street
in connection with mo action or tne
Republican territorial commlttco on
Continued on Pago )
of their own Is roughly about 1650 In
IX montlis. .MinoilKIl tnero, Hro no
dcflnlto figures for p blleatlnn at tho,
present time, tho hchedule shows that
It has, cost tho mayor only $200 less
to run his machine for tho six mouths
than It has cost to. run, the three, isillce
machines. Added on to the cost of tho Togo has been etricken with acuto in
mayor's machine In tha futuro will bo digestion and hit program of entertain-
the salary or tlio cliaurfcur.
Tho tiro department automobile' Ih
run at n lower cost than, any other and,
oim-iiuij ,i i.-miiu ... v.,..,,,.. Hiu u.i -
fereuen Ink Hie' cost ,ofi operating tho
machines: Lows Is to bring n pretty
htlff report beforo tho next meeting of
I lars said to have been left aa a legacy
! by the Wilder administration.
WilBon hopes to have more funds
I ut his disposal for September esti
mates und proposes to take up. some
of tho moro urgent demands which
havo been, made upon tho Hoard ot
Supervisors for relief from mire cov
SUE COUNTY FOR $30,000
Tl.o rumor that some of tho Chinese
pol shop owners were to bring action
against ,lhe city und county has now
become u concrete fuel, eleven of them
having combined und are claiming
duimiges to tho extent of over thirty
thousand dollars. ""
Lorrln Andrews Is their nttorney, nnd
the enso Is being based on tho assump
tlon thut Deputy Sheriff Rose und ex-
City Physician Dr. Ilruco V, Mackall'
were noting without any authority un
der tho law when they closed down tho
Imps during tho cholera epidemic
The names of tho plaintiffs und tho
umnunts claimed are as follows:
,?""... W LU"Bv M880.VliV a"'"'
.1103.10; Chang, Yung, $4652.20; Sum.
Hop rilng, Jifi'JX.Iu: llung l.oy Hing,
J370T; Hung I.eo Yet. (3S59.S0: Kung
Chlng Lung, J31C5; I.ln Hop, J2636.60;
Kwoy Kut Chung, $1665; Sun Yan, 3,
f.61.70; Tal Wo Chan, WOOL
Weekly Balletle II per rear,
(Associated Press Cable.)
LONDON,. Eng, Aug. 17. A general
strike of trades unlonliU hat been or
dered. Indication! are that it will mark
the beginning of a great Induttrial war.
It may embrace 600,000 men, women and
preparations are Being made lor con
jtrol by the military.
(Special ! "I let I r. C.il.ie.)
LONDON, Eng., Aug. 17. A general
railway ttrik throughout ths United
Kingdom Is threatened.
(AsmicUtrd Precis CaLleA
WASHINGTON, .C, Aug. 17A
Presldent Tt today vetoed tha bill
recently oatead twi Conaress revlsind
Uhe wool tariff echedute, known aa the
MAN OT'AFT CASES 1 '
DROPPED IN 'FRISCO
( As'ioel.itM Press Cable.!
8AN FRANCISCO, C.I. Aug. 17
Obeying the mandate of the Appellate
Court, Judge William P. Lawlor today
dismissed the indictments against
Thornwell Mullaly, Patrick Calhoun,
Tirey L. Ford and William M. Abbott
in the so-called "trolley bribery caeei.
8lmllar Indictments against Martin,
Desable and Drum, officials of the gat
company, were alio dismissed. This
marks the end 'of one phase nf the
noted gralt prosecution.
Tnrn na .inilCTIMr
I UUU, DrtPJUUt I HMU,
(Kpeelal Mil I let In Ciblp.)
BOSTON, Mm. Aug. 17. Admiral
I ment has been cancelled.
A i i '
i Tamrr aaieairtlicaiTC
' TARIPr AMbNUMtN I b
t Associated Tress Cable.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Auj. 17. The
Senate hat adopted the steel and iron
tariff revision and the amiidrnent to
the ootton bill.
PLAN IS WORKED OUT
fAMoelHted Press r?abte.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 17. The
conferees on the Arizona statehood bill,
vetoed o- the President, have agreed
upon a resolution eliminating the ju
diciary recall provision. It is etated to
be acceptable to Taft and its adoption
DR. WILEY COMES
rKnrrlul 11 II I I f t I tl Cubic.)
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 17.T-Dr.
Harvey W. Wiley of the U. S. bureau
Ir.f KamUtrw todav Issued a statement
charging that a report he made against
- falsely-labeled glucose was suppressed
after Secretary Wilson had approved It.
AVIATOR NEARS N. Y,
I KpeclHl It u 1 1 e 1 1 n Cuble.)
CLEVELAND, O, Aug. 17. Harry
A....... tUtt auiatnr. flwlnn from Bt.
"-"' N" York' rrived h?ro t0d'
.ROME. Italy. Aua. 17. The dods to
day took the first solid food that lie
has been able to eat since he Became
Commandant Savs Cruisers And
Work, not play In lo bo tho pro-
cram for Iho litir warKhln fleet ilurliie
llu ulalt iinfn Infn tea iiiiimliiH tmil
in ?inu "viu kiiv an i7M'-'-i'""-l "",
.I...Ih.. ftnli,l.ita Ol.nl.n.llliin "- tlml
I.Mlim ,,!, m..!.,. W """." """ "" "" ..."... ..-" -
mnii will nrolinlilf in pniiiiinratlvelvl
scant, and practically the entire
tlmo of Iho fleet will he taken up In
arduous and long maneuvers.
Itcur-Adtnlral Cowlcs, commandant
of the naval station, says that there
Is much work for tho fleet to do horo
nnd Hint Its time will ho largely Inf
ill up with Its own affairs. Ho said
Oils morning: '
"Tho fleet will not visit theso Isl
ands for pleasure as nn the previous
occasions, hut for grol hard work.
Heforc. tho men wore given extensive
k'Hvo and they had the time of their
lives n shore. They won't hove
much of this fun afforded them, their
time being taken up dulng tho ex
tensive maneuvering and practice
with the coast artillery." , -
Tho arrlvnl of the Pacific squtrirop,
hero In Hcptenibcr. w II ho h big thing
for the city In many ways.
Huslncsa will bo. benefitted. Tho
merchants will handle a larger amount
of goods, tho forts and coast artillery
.will bo given their first opiornmlty
tii tnko part In mimic warfare, wag
Oil between the cruisers und them
selves -w something that has never
been done on these iflnnds, and tha
Islands as a Isxly will ho brought' Into
the,, world's public eye.
Th.c licet will consist of six armor
ed cruisers and u torpedo flotilla of
eight destroyers anil two submar
ines. On previous vtsltB of tho fleet to
I these Islands the men wcro given shore
leave, tho streets swarming day and
night with the white clad boys In tho
ncrvtco of llnclo 8am. Thl coming
visit. howeer. will not hfor fun.
hut for Kd hard work. Most o!
the sca-guatdlans. havo uhdergono a
good deal nf overhauling and ropalr-
Ins and tho month's stay In theso
waters for rugged, gruelling, mancii
erlng Is to tost their efficiency In ev
ery way to tho highest degree.
Day nnd night practice with tho
coast artillery corps will also tend
to strain their efforts a hit. Tho forts
along thu island roasts havo never
Kulluri" to husten the settlement of
n. PminliWvl lands controversy Is
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now laid ut the door of the Kaplolanl
ltato. by" tho special committee of tho
Auwulollinu Improvement Cluli, named
to i onfer with thu government oftlcluls
und the cntote iiianugeiiient.
The special committee, consisting of Hetllement now proponed Is eiultuble,
W. I'. WlUon, A. Q Murculllno tujid, A. Under this pl.iu, Iho govertiment Is to
II, Vleru, has laid before tho Kuplo- ,y the .'iiplolanl Kstuto tSU.OOO for Its
lunl Kstnte u plan thut It wus hoped claims, -mil the government Is lo be
would bo the .basis of a settlement, but reimbursed by tho payment of rentals
which bus been turned down by tho from the Punchbowl lands,
estate. Tho estate Is asking tho full 'Tlio result of such u plan," says
amount of the Territorial upproprbi- Stnrcallliio, "wilt bo thut nil thn hurih-ii
lion. 120,(100. for Its Interest In tho of , this 120,000 Is going to fall on Iho
Puiichlxiwl hinds, part of tho Interest ihoulders of the compHnillvely fnv peo
hclng ciiilmed for rentuls, firewood, etc plo who Iiiivr Ixmn tMo rights, Alut
Tho basis for settlement offered was
that l'unchbowl residents claiming
preference rights und whose rights can
be well jstnbllshed. should pay to tho
IKnplolanl Kstate u year's rent in an-
Vance, in consideration of which the
rstuto should sign a relinquishment or
Its claim, to these lands.
A. n. Miircallino laid this 'nlan bo
foro tho Kuplolunl Kstato und says bo
understood It wus ucceptuble and was
given to bellevo It would bo adopted.
Then tho improvement club wrote .to
tlie estate asking for un agreement 111
writing, and received un answer, It wua
stated this morning, in which tho Ka
plolanl Kstate declined to consider such
I The move was maue uy tno improve-
boon nlTori.ctl nn npportiiury Hiicc
tholr iuirtnrM una IlB KtuiH wore In-
wtflllfiil lt fTft(l1t IlllUf (Pllli lltK lllOV
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null ultltl.I lTt II tl 1 II tj ft 1 1 ' 1 1 ll4t Ttlf I
officers in elisrco llllo neon 11 wl II lUi
n dcflnlto rcisirt ns In whether the
I'aclflc sniiudriiu would ciimo hero or
not ro anxious are they for a thor
They hope now Id bo uhlo to linvo
extensive night prnctlru nnd sou wlmt
kind of a chance they would havo to
fruslrutu any night attack upon tlio
Islands, also If they can locate at n
great distance tho approach of nn
Invading fleet, by means of tha now
hlgunl lights, recently lln'.Hi-tt and
the powerful acarchllghtH, Tho fleet
In return wilt havo tho charco In test
Its ability, In approaching and stir-
rounding n port unseen
TIo4'.uclllij- llwt Is composed of two
uvisions, Accoriiing in me report iu
rclvrd hero v"strrilu', Hear-Admiral
Joseuli II. Mm dock would lie command.
tr-ln'-chlef iif tlio entire fleet, but tho
naval ofllclals here !elcvo this Mute
ment a mistake, us Murdock In In tlio'
Chfria seas, nnd rtntn that Iho present'
eotiiiuaiider ' In - chief, Itear Admiral
Chiiiineey Thomas, will remain In com
mand during tlm visit to Hawaii
Th cruiser California, which Is tho
flagship of itear-Adiiilral Thoiiuis, will
head the first division, In charge of
Captain Charles II, Harlow, followed
by tha Maryland, commanded by Com
mander T. M, Klllot, mid tho Hontli
Dakota, with Captain Trunk M. Den
nett In command.
Of tho second division, tho West Vlr-
(-Inla Is flagship, in command of Itear
Admiral William II. II. Kulherlaiid,
with Cnptuln John M. ortiiuril at tun
neiiii.nic inner two cruisers m wus
division urn thu Colorado, In cluirgo of
''iifitnln Win.. A, (llll, mid I'eiuiHylva-
nlii, 'commanded by Captain Charles
Th torpedo' llutllln of eight destroy-
ers, divided Into two divisions, will
bo commanded by I.lentenaiil-I.'oin-munder
Louis K. Hlehardsou, Of tho
first division. Lieutenant John (.
Church commands the llagboat Whip
ple, Lleufenant Harold (1. Ilowen Iho
Hopkins, Lieutenant 'Harold Jones tho
(Continued on Page 4.)
ESTATE IS NOW
ment club mi that residents of Iho hill
section who bellow that they have u
valid preference right may seltlo tho
KjlW'im ,,.,, ra,m ', er ,,,,,.
,r). llt ,. 1l( ,,nt1 nHTunKn t
being able to hold their homes.
Msri'iilllnn said this morning that Iho
Punchbowl residents do not believe the
a thousand claims have lieen tiled, I
believe, but of thl number nliul lir"o
hundred will be valid, us nearly as ran
"Itesldent who Know Ihry have lit-
tie chance to establish their prefereiiffl
rights will not puy tho sovcrnm'lit
(year's rental In ndynnce, but will wait
- iund tako their ehuue of aeriirliiit Ibelr
property ut auellon. Theiefore, iillth.:
f20.000 Hint must lie prfld buck lo til"
government .from the lands Is going lo
full on the shoulders of three hundred
people, pro ratnl among I hem,
"The Punrhlwwl eo.le declare tills
Is not an eo.ulUI.le prim.lin. Tlieyhiu,, rovU! ut tU Jirwjwd nttUrti,
do not believe the Kuidolaul Kutslelxi... m.au.riv Is tu,w miiso. I.l li '
should be given 120,000 for the prvo
Washington, D, C, Aug, 17,
Seaalon extension compels abandon,
ment of Conarenlon.il party.
Dclcgato Kuhlo icctilved Iho uhtiwi
calilegrani tills inorulng (nun his bur
rutuiy. (leorgu McK. .McClelhifi. It
,,,. ,, ,. ,,, ..,.,..
Khinul lelt Is off now ninl Unit Ha
waii will not got tlio party of Con
gressmen that McC'lullau has been nr
raughig. According In it cahlegrniii lo thn
lliillutlu from Washington lust
Tuesday, Henutur I'oniosu has olfur
cd n resolution to adjourti Iho Hen
ato oti Atiguil Tl. Tho original ditu
hot for ndjoiirnmcnt was August 7,
hut tho reciprocity agreement deha'o,
the fights over tariff revision mill tho
discussion of arbitration havo Hindu
an extension necessury.
Tho Torrllnry of Hawaii will puvti
the (ZO.npo jippitiprlatod for thu Con
"i'i " " - """'-"
gressional visit until next auiutiiur.
lliit It gets mi visit.
Mra. rluruli MnMna, whllo statidliig
nt thu corner of Kchool mid I.lllh.i
streets yesterdiiy, wus struck by nn
auto ilrlvin by lr. I M, .Moroug, mid
has mado good her threat to lniyo Jlo
long nrresteil mid prosecuted to thy
full extent of tho law.
Mm. Malhiu hworo out u warrant for '
bis iirnwt this morning Khorlly after
ho wus plated ill custody and released ,
to appear In court foinormSv morning,
Thu left leg of Mrs, Mutlna was In
jured mid tho left shoo torn voiuplelo-
ly from her foot.
I'rom the report turned In by, Molor-
cyido oilleer ilillfori, Dr. Jloroim was
driving bis car noilh on Llllhu street,
towards two woolen standing on tho
corner ut Hchool street,' Moroug did
not warn of his lipproacli by lixillng
Ills born, mid slrurk one of Iho women
ii n wini i')'. no niriieii i no eiir
bark und urkeil If six was burl, mid
elm replied "Ves." Tho doctor then got
lulu, his car und drove on, ',
Act'iirdiug lo tho story of fr, Mo-,
rung, he wus driving Inwards his liouin .
from thu Insane Asylum nnd, approach
ing Llllhu street, noticed two women.
one with n I hi by in lor arms, s(aiidln.
prcsii ma Idy waiting for n ear, lleilnv J
lug he bml spurn enough to puss be
tween tlio two, he i hot his cur iiluiid,
not daring to stop, on account of tm ,
lihllity of ii following rlwlrlc rut
riiiitilng him down lie did not' know
ho Had slriikmi)oue till be hud piss
ed by. The woman was jdruek by I hit
irur wheel and h reluriu'd Hint iisjted
hrr If she was liurl. Not receiving nil
answer, hi lliiil-it hack Into tlio nm
tlilnn und drove uwiiy,
Mrs, Mulliiit Hltl'slurt n proMt-ullou
liiiiiiedbitely l soolho both tier Injured
limb und dignity,
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FROG LANE WILL
Carlos lirig liustlxiuglit fffirn the H,
(i. Wlldr rti a fiur-aer ttm at
Kuaklul ulreet m wlmt would M an
(.xterinlon if Ping Ixfiff should Oil
wruni-iiA IliiiroUKIifiiff? IW rtfoiuied,
and Mr. lm l Jnt wtw fAy n
leresfd In plana (nr linprotlnst, tlitx
lane under lh iroirfflo of tiff.'
tM trnm lli last lrnMtm
Mr. ln ulJ tKlUt (nr Ids) i'fp
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