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EVENING BULLETIN, JfONOLULU. T. H, THURSDAY, FEB..29. 1912.
for Infants and Children.'
Don't Poison Baby.
ORTY YEARS ACO almost every
l paregoric urjuuanuni,io niago
apdn few drop toft "many will produco tho sleep rrnm. which' there I,,
no waking. Many are the children who havo been killed or whoso fcsallh liar
been ruined forlfo by 'paregoric, laudanum and morphine, each of which Is a
narcolli product of opium. Druggists arc prohlbitcd-f rom Belling either of the
narcotic named to children at all, or to anybody, without" labeling them
"poison." Tho definition of "narcotic" Is: "A mtilMne which relieve pqtn
a$d jiroilueci tltcp, hut which in polmnovi dost produce tnjKrt conia, convtil
tlpns and death" The taste and smell of medicines containing opium aro dis
guised, and sold under the" names of "Ilrops," 'Cordials," "Soothing Syrups,"
ctf. You should not permit any medlcino to be given to your children without
you or your, physician know of what It Is composed. Cailorla does not con.
tala narcotics. .
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The yjr y9aJi Ruaratitce4Tenulne
signature of lAfz74uAtM' Chitbrla
Physicians Recommend Castorla.
! hat frequently preicrlbed t'atinria for com'
boa ailment, o( children with pml rc.ulli.''
W. A. Ciaxoalu t. D.,
, m ., - i- ,. -.
Astra) father of IMilrtn 'tbrlrtn;i rrrUlnly
kuow toDifUifoff atswt ye-ur great mrdklntand.
a.ltla from my imn'famll e ip-trfcncf , t have, In
mjr yenra nl prattles, found C.tlfla a. popular and
efficient reined la almoet every borne.
w". J. MiCuhx, M. I).,
,Omtl , Neb.
Children Cry for Fletcher's Cast.oria.
,,. I'nrUs'e For Over 30 Year's.
t.-t . "t3r.,,,'.vh.i';is,f,-,.u
- T WT," -jm py
t ConJlr,.JIth delicate flavor and medicinal qialitUs'of'tht'
Delicious. 'atTa thirst
-J. ,-''' l " -i J
1 t .
r , Incomparable wien served wiw
! For the home we havo It In caiss of 12 Quarts, and'24 Pints.
Try" Thomas' Sliced Pineapple, in: tins-
j You will I'rke it better' than the ripe fruit
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THE LEADING GROCERS
t , , i,(i.Ut,rl.
I Electric Ijight
" A Is v erv Low
x Let us estimate, the cost of wiring;your
L ' N hous& -'
Th Hawaiian Electric Co.,, Ltd:
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Jl'U J1 'J"1 1
ARTHUR SEWAm CO;. BATH, ME.,
PARR0TT & CD., SAiNJ F'rfAJtfClSGO'
GENERAL FIRE EXTINGUlSftERCoX
(OUINNKLL AUTOMATIC Sl'IUNKLlK)
NEUMAN CLOCK' CO.'
aac'he&iJnich FIRE'lNS. CO.,
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FOUT STItKET, NEAR MKllt'HANT.
mollicr thought her child must have
iisicep. itievi (Wuirs.vrUJ nro'llirtrMcen.
"I and your Caetorls la nrr beneidal la the
treatment of cbjldrea'a ailment,."
r. Datii, Xt.'D..
' "I erdeet.to what are callM"raifit medicines,
where maker (done, ktwxea what tniff la put InlBrri,
but 1 know the- formula of your Caato.ta and advlua
llania In properties I Jialtalll'i Iran eery nta
f nl, a wall aa harmleaa family medlaHe,".. .
BrooLljn, . T.
tuttY, MW (
' -J mmT tfWWg I1k tW
- quenching beverage
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, BY Ci 8. ALBERT. '
(Krx-clnl null n't In Correspondehce.)
WASHINGTON. D. C, r'cl). 8.,
ChnrRins that the American Woolen
Conipnny; tho United Shoo" Machinery
Company, and the Herman Shoo Com
pany of noston, havo a monopolistic
control over army and navy con
tracts, specifically shoo contracts, tho
I'ouko Committee on Union today re
irorted' favorably a rcnolulloii Intro
duced by. Congressman blrcndcrfer-of
Pennsylvania, asking that a special
subcommittee be given power to In
vestigate the allegations. 4. ,
nifendcrfor claims the government
Is annually derraudcdi out of $1,000,
C00ns. n' roHitlt, of unfairly, awarded
contracts to these conocrniO
Dattleshlps, cruisers and torpedo
boats may visit Baltimore during the
meeting of tho Democratic national
convention ln"Jtinor noxt,' In com
pllanco. with, the request of the mayor
of that city, in replying to tho
maybr's letter. Secretary,' Meyer said
that "the department will make every
endeavor to accord with your wishes
In tho matter, and t trust that It may
bo passible to detail a good rcprcscn
tatlon of naval vessels to visit Haiti
more 'at thevtmes--ln question without
unduly Interfering, wltli tho technical
v:ork In which the' fleet Is' usually en
gaged during tho. month of June.
,MJsu Helen V. Mycr, daughter of
Oen. Albert Mycr. who was chief slj-
nul ofllcer of tho United States army,
and rounder of Iho Weather Ilurcaii,
(led nt her apartments In Stonclcigh
Court after an Illness of about six
Mlss Mycr had beten 'a resident of
AVashliiRton mosuof her life. :Sho)ls
survive by tlirco Bisters ami two
urmncrs. ror iniriy years me lamny
homo was on tho site of the new Army
mill New C lib.
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WASHINGTON, D. C, Kcb. ,17, V
Blttor personal nttacks on ReprcHcnt
atlve Itlchmnnd P. llobson-wqro,niadp
in the floor of the IIoiiso t'odiiy by
two' of his Democratic colleagues
'Heprfscntativo Hay of Virginia, chair
man or' tho' Military 'flalr jOominlf-j
ice, ana ueprcseniaiivoi hittgerniu.oi
JjJew York, chalrninn' of tho Appropri
'Remarks Inserted In the Congres
sional Record, bttt'not uttered- on tho
floor, directed ugalnst thcKO. two
'members, formed the basis for the at-'inck.-
Hay churged ' Hohson;wlth 'hav
"Ing acted In 11 "cowardly way," and
?lfltzgen.U' declared ''HobHon devobed
mora tlmo to tho Chautauqua IccUiiq
platform than to uttcndlng sessions of
I, Fllineriild told tho" Ilonhe, that , he
nati catien nl itoustm g-onico 10 re-
kqucst him to'bo'prescnt to'hcariier
Honauy tne attacK no pruiioscti .to
make iiion him, but Hobson had led
Thoigentloman from Alabama ex
plained his absence from', tho llouso
by saying ho had u lucssago to rjollv-
ortu tho pcopjo," .said. KUigeruld.i v
no cIioohch to accept hl,coiniK)nsutloii
as,a Representatives -und spend, bin
f time delivering messages.or pay, from
tlm, Chautauqua platform, thut Is, his
privilege. It Is' my opinion, thut ho
wpuld bettor crVo" the' country' by at
(oudllig' to his' duties hore."
' RtpreticniatlTo Huy' said" ho4, felt
culledvux)n't lopudiato on behalf ot
the Military Attaint Committee thu
''cowardly' Insliiuatloiutl-conUiuetf. In
f Representative llQbsou'B criticism of
blip Army rcorgnnltatlon' scheme.
HAWAII i MUX' Q0J ,.
PROSPECTS ARE GOOD
. The;' Hawaii Mill' Company's annual
meeting, held yesterday at tho offices
.of liackfcld & Co., showed bright
pros'iiccts for Jils your1 aiid.,nn"voptl
nilutlc tono all, around. Officers were
Lall vcelcctcd as follows: J..K Hack'
loiu, presment; ram il iscnnerg, vice
president: W. Pfotcnhuuer. treasur-
drj KKlamp, 'secretary; A. Hanqberg.
auditor, These officers also, coustl-
tuto tho board, of directors.
" a a'
. Tho, Hawaiian band will give it pub
lic moonlight concert on. thu roaf gar
den of tho Alexander Young' llotel t-
,Jlght,! conmienclng ut 7:30 o'clock.
following Is the program;
Marcli Tho Winning right. .Ilolzman
Overture Paragraph Three .....Suppd
Ibtllad .Morning fleetfioy.eii
Bclectlon Tho Vulkjro Wagner
Vocal Hawaiian (flings', ,Ar. by Merger
(jclecUon Musical Iteyleiv i.. nivlcro
Rocked In tho Cradle of, t lib Deep.,
i ....;.....,. I......... ,. Knight
lflnalo I.osc'n Old Hwx-et Hong;.',.
! ..., lllil'u'lost
, The Htur Spungli'd'IUnncr' ,, y
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: OF HOT WORDS
Feel poorly mont of tho time
stomach -bad uppetlto poor oil
rundown? You should try
tat once. .It has helped tlioumndn
who Buffered from
and will aid you, too.
For sale by Benson,. Smith & C04
Ltd., Chambers Drug Co., Ltd., llllo
Drug- Co. and at all wbolesalo liquor
MILL HAS SOME
I'acllle SuKar .Mill's minimi nicct
liiB.. held tt!ia,itrivnioitii at2 o'clock at
the oltli'CK of .the iiRcnts. !'. A. Hcliav
fer m Co:, brought out n report from
MiimiKcr AngUHt Altrcns that l rather
ppKKltnlstlc so far ux labor conditions
the corncrned. On the other hand.
fonic very plciiKiint facts are statcil
its .to the growing crops, und In par
ticular he comment on the 1913 crop,
which, h(i,ktays, ho very fur advanced.
1 1 In report n, part-Ik'iis. follow s:
,':Jrop, 1911 The., grinding seuKon
commenced December C; 1910,' and tin
UhCd.July, 31.'iatl, .Owing to tho
greater' amount of wet weather durlntr
tho llrst six months of the harvcntliiB
noiKon thu sucrono In tho ciinu was so
low that, It tookJ0 touHiof cune.tci pro
duce one un o(, HUBUrt My enlinute?
which wus 7256 tons, was, however,
exceeded by ,l'48.a3S tons, l'rom the
2336 acres harveigtcd we got ?4tl8.r35
toni) mnr)ijtul4pKugar, .for which wo
received nn average prlco of J74.CO net
;(.'roi rJU'-r-Thls crop, will coitiilst of
21IS ucrcn. I estimate thin croi' will
produce 7000 tons sugar. Tho nppur
cnt shrtrtigo of sugar' In'1 comparison
tcj. tho iirqvlQLiiif crop : and. nercjiHi' M
partly dot; to, dry, spqlls wiv-had during
Junn.11nd.Julf-, 1910. I'urthcrnipre.thc
colder climatic condition., prcvutllng
durine.the latter' ivrt of the, growing
scbhijii was, t deterrent factor. Vo
ntprtc(l, the (trliidlng.Hrusoii' on Dcm
bcr J8; nd o far'liavo" hurvf?led)000
toim.,Himur; llnlshed two fields; which
iiitvo' Just reached the' estimate: The
sugar' output per ton of 'cane Is -higher
than at the same tlmo u year ago.'
Croii 191J . The- acreage for this
crop will consist-of 2483- acres. All
the cane for- this, crop looks, exceed -
luJMy well and further advanced tlutn
any cano I. havo .seen In former,. S'curH
at. Uic, same time of tho seuson,-,wlth
tlw , exception ,of rlclil 11,, la-tliut
li(ld, which. Is, lrst rutoonr.'thecuiio
Is very (-cant, and does not promise
u good stand. . A tew Melds of Hccond
rutnoti aro promising belter yields
than when harvested as plant cane.
ThU, may. .be. due, to .unothcr. .model of
i-ultlvatl(ij we' applied lasl fall,, llow-
"(;rii"i9ii tiiih crop wiui consist
of about the same iter ago as the 191'.!
crop, U o '2363 acres, acconllng to tho
present survey, from past experience
vf feel Justllk',1 In letting ull hill sdc
und rocky places lit Idfc, which, If
dnr,i will, rduc'fi,tliQ,,ii(r'eugc ubbut
luu - acres, penuipn more, a no. win
grefttly' decrease the, cost of the crop,
HI If", seed, planting, cultivating and
rertlllalmr will have to ,lic, done. Tho
hUl.sldcK' und rocky places have al
ways, needed, a great deal of ca.ro and
thai returns do not, Justify tho vxpciise.
"Operating Hxpcnse Tho yearly
expense are. Riven In detail In Ex
hibit; I), and the cost of the crop of
1911 du lixhlbltiC of the statistical re
ports herewith appended.
."Impruvomcnts; Durlnu thi past
yfar tho dlrcctms have allow isl in to
make several much needed Improve
ments In the factory and also thecx
tension of our permanent Homes.
These ,tw properties havo hcen,,lio
proved to such an extent that no, fur
ther additions will bo needed for sumo
"(uhorers quarters When speaking
of bulldlmr 31 houses, In lust yeur'x
report, I tlmugbt this would be the-end
of the mutter, but I llnd thut I was
rong. Tho arrhiil o Hpanlarda made
Hecessar tho erection of more Iioiihcs
lor single families. When these, peo
ple were comfortably lodged n very, un
pleasant outbreak of plague, In a camp
very near to Kukulliurle proper, nc
ctirred, nqd then .we were forced to a
iiioi'n extensive clearing mid condemn,
jug of old bouses, so that nt present
, r SerjL' .- kmMmm wm mils H
,, if. i i1fMv JmmB:nftL?a iL 'lit Aw
It, Our..clothes..arcv.'JiftV5 Yt Wfj fm , K '
i what- we1 ask- for ' iTf) j kA& 6 F - mM
We 'get the-best' tytez.'SiX qfeg llBiiP-Sfil" '
- material and work- fiHHHMSH 1 KiliiXli
Ul; mamhip, m every BKwA'-ifV W-9kvMv "'
ri.,: garment. Bwl I I IF W llvill 1 n
c ,pjar - customers: Bi Mwn(YvUPM V';:ft mi 1 I '
satysfactijn, , be-: B M9M' MPfc-kw mxW I I , i
speaks our success. f''flP WFiW " rM" KW" 'V Jf:
La j Our. Spring line Hi w-lWr l: fef X&w Ifv4 V )sKr i (
IT j. is waiting your in- a t'JV if 'f E$M W$m V fi' '
spectionj r Ho' IM .Mfmt RNr5 V ' t i
I Phoenix Pure Sillci.fr WJ fK wwvi fft , j
Hose for-Mcn and- m I. r-M. jmwftwaa.iw .. rX aamrs fr' i
H? Women, WJJTWWaWycK J J
I THE v ' ' r. i
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if' ' COFlNER FORT AisH).' HOTEL STS. R ? 1
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hardly' a single' house remains on this
plantation that Is more' tlmn six years
old. Ccnxmt-lloorcd- kitchens, wash
and bath-house with' hoc and cold wa
ter appliances have' been erected., as
wfjItiiiH. cemented stwcriU, -Thkf work
wus nrndq necessary not only from n
winltary polnl; of,-vlo,but, toineit
the new and advanced requirements
for better housing for all cl.ihxo.-i of
plantation labor. That this, was bqn
cllclsl to us was shown In, the fact that
u number of Bpunhtrds. who were pot
assigned. .to Oils .place by. tho, bureau
or Immigration,, came here In prefer
ence, to other pluces.
"Wo huvo Jiecn put to great expense
.by the requirements of tho Hoard of
Health, on account' of plaguo cases;
'which have necessitated us making
ceaseless tuiilg'iitlops and'dlsliifectlngH
of our camps.
"IjitKtr I inn sorry to state thai.
ljilxir touilltlons havo not linpriivcd,
despite then arrival, of recent Immi
grants froniKuropi-. ,
"Water; Tho hope,- expressed in' my,
last report, to buveletter servkf,from
thei Iwojdltchvs. has not, lieon folllllcd.
lisuftcr a dryispell of only.u few weeks
tho, uppor; dltcb, does, not deliver, any,
wilier ut. all, .so that )ve hiul to sus
pend harvesting In tho upper llclds,
w.lplei- the- lower, cllleli,- for. .which' so
hutch was promised, bus fallen below'
Its contracted 'supply, .
'JResunieln sdte' of the" very high
cost ,lf Impnivuients and the more oi
low, unexpected bpcrullnir expenses,
raclllc,,Hugur .Mill hasi paid u small
dividend, with u credit still on theH
jmpks. This looks hopeful. lAlid It
Iiuh been und will, he niy endeavor to
iirng up. your plantation to ut liasl
where It carr withstand harder' times
than we havcj hud In recent years."
tiio report) ofTrausurcR. w. I-anx
shows the topvng; . ,
Debits To blilunc'a Jamiary 1, I911i
$.5l,83:.17i , depreciation,, i56,l9t.7J
(capital, accounts, t3l,llH(7a',: planta
tion accounts, !2u,000)f Interest, :',,
Slf.!!; sundtV debits,. I1028.C5; dlvll.
dunds paid, S per' ccnt"'$37lr,00; bal
lincc, U9,s70.13. Total;. ia5.6tl. 81. ,
' Credits lly prnrltioii crop, J195;-.'K7.-aif
sundry credits, $35,'30. ' Total.
S195.641.Si; , ,
DIED. ' r
SHAW III this city. February S,'
1912, or heart, falluie, fleorgo .
Shaw, brother tif"'-Mrs. A. K. Hoa
plll, aged DO years. '
, Funeral will take place lit 3. pi-lock
tljls ufteruoonifroii,,KIvh's pnc(frtak-.
hB parlor, lntt;rinent at ;unalahao
' PILES CUREOINBTO-MOAYS.,
' PAM. OINTMENT, fa guaranteed i
Mo cure any case of Itchitfg, Blind,.
(Bleeding or Protruding Piles in 6 to I
j 14 days or money refunded. Made bjl
PARISilUDICINU.CO;, Saint irotiis,
U.S. of A.
AVIATOR 'SHOriN WAR:.. .
HURLS BOMBS ON ARABS
Capt. Monte of Italian Army Is
Wounded After Dropping
Missiles on Enemy; ,
TRIPOLI, Keli. 1.- Capt. .Monte, an
Italian inllltfiry, airman, wus sqvrrely
wounded today while throning bombs
from an aeroplane, Into an Arab en
campment near Tobruk'ln liyrcnulrn.
Outposts or the Italian force-ut. T"-.
bruk. which wus occupied fay the Ital
lan expeditionary, uriny In October,
have been subjected recently' to' u num
ber oriturasslng attacks by, the 'Arab,
whoso position and strength were notl
known'. Iir t'bcItallun commander,
Drop. Bombsi on, the Arab.,
'(.'apt, Monte today made u -(light
with another military man,, who ucted
us observer, Into tbrn desert, and ills-
covered the -nili encampment. lie
threw several hynilimamong the enemy,
who responded wlt(i r 1 II e lire,
Bullet (jits tha Aviator.
Tho aeroplane was, struck four times
by the Arab bullets, onu of. which hit
Oupl. Monte, wounding him soveri'ly.
He. was, however; alilc to' return to
cunip with the assistance' of his com
panion and both -landed safely, bring
ing, valual.ln Information.
Saw Peril in Bomb' Throwing. . '
IVcilk'tlons that tho airship ,us a
metinn or Ihrowlnic iionios m war
would not be',u success ver made In
u-speclal, ruble dispatch to the-Dally
News, from, Home,-January 22. diving
the opinion fit tho military-authorities,
the correspondent fa hi
i"iomli throwing from aeroplanes 'In
ltglt hits not proved 11 success, The
Isks taken' by the uvlator who, Iki
(ldes piloting 'the machine, has' to bun
dle) the bombs, ure mi great that the
authorities have 'discontinued the' pracr
tlse for the, present, As alt Italian,
aeroidunes nro bulll to carry only, the
pilot It has, been found Impossible for
uvlutors lii.-tuko 1111 .artillery nillcer as'
a Hsapger, to.handlo. the, t'(nnhs,
"i;ierlment ure being made with .a
special apparatus, known as 11 Vouiti.
throwing Imx, wblrh Itr h proposed Jo
attach tu tho. bottom of tho aeroplaiui.
Dy .lovanH or coinpress.cd air It can be
used .like a, torpedo, tnhu tohurl bombs
ut, the, enemy, It, Is hoped that with
the help or this apparatus, which thus
fur Is In the experimental stage, avi
ators will bo enabled to adjust the, almJ
und make the necessary, allowance
for altitude und s d,
"Two army, dirigibles have been sent'
to, Tripoli to replace those damaged
during tho storm, und probably early
Hext,mnnth they wll bo able tb nmku
(llRhts over the desert. Experiments
in bomlf throwing fpm nlrshlps will
thru be started. If they prove sue
cess ful the aeroplane servlco will bo
lliplleil ,lu rcconuolvuliuYH, wljllo thn
dirigibles will be used exclusively for
' Plinln .,'iip'Pfivlii(rrnf.lli1a'lirtiil t-rmle
rim iiimv bV scrtirHl from'Jhe- I1 11 1'
li1 tin 1'IkiIii Kiignulng plau'i.
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MAN'LOCKEa-IN BOILERn .-
AS:STEAM IS-TURNED 6k
Deck Hand on St&ilirtilne Boat
Badly. Burned and. Leg M&yr ".
niivu tu o& nniJuiait;ui .
NKW HAVEN, Conn.. Kcb.
Charles Tuhcr, a deck" hand nn Jho.
Storm ''King, ono of tho Strain Lino -
boats, will probably lose -his-leg' and'
'tonight Is sullcrlng froni,sovcro burps'.
as the icsitlt of halngpractcally-Iocli-,
od In Iho hii'tu boiler of .lha boat. His
home iuldrcs. IsKo; 441 mldwliavo- J
nttei Jcrrcy .City, but, ho is nojv' utitliv.. yu
?... ir.,bn llnut.ltnl nntl will lv vl
thero1- Ttir some' time. - -j'
Tlierc nad been "trouble with tho ,
bojler all jho- way (tipifrpin NW A'ork 4
und'Tulvcr was sent, from-tha deck to
reo If. he could mako'tuu, ncccaty ;,-M
repairs. 111a univni in too noper iwira.
was unnoticed. He'crawlcdlnto the' "J
boiler and was at work" there when -"ji
the strong wind finally blew tho heavy f a Jf
door shut, und It simtmcd so that UPC
was Impii.tslblc to open "It from- tho .-".l
Inside. ... A
KIImIiu Ailing. Shoi cnglneor, - not
Knowing Ttuver wan inKMo.aiursbouer vb
turned on thersUmm Tiilyerrhoiu4f al
lint thn ultzllng .of (her Htouiii druwno))-. ?!5
his cries. Ho rnslwd'' toVard tha doorr " fs
hut-tho steam was, so tlilck he, cmtld v'
nut Juki it and., wan badly . burned, ?-j
When ha dld,,hc. lsiundod on It. burnt- -
Inghimsclf jnos,t severely, arid finally,.
....v.v,, ...V 11..L....V.. 1,1 I.lliup,, U v
opened tho door and Ttilvpf fell but 1
tincnnsclotis. ' yJ I
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REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS. ,
Entered-for Rrcord Feb. 23,-. 19 12,
From 1C::o a;m. to.'4t30.p. m. .1
Kdmitr.d Cockctt 16 'Blltab'olh;'Cock- ' '
Oil '. 1M .'..-.h.Vj .,,,1'm .Vl ..T4 .,.!) -
Johndtoblero ctall by-grmMdiTllotHj i
plum tiiaco . ..,.,.(,;,,,. ,,..u
Kuhauuti Meek io Chitrjti'Mr Couko
,l..d, , , .,..v.,.1j.".f,i0
Lucy I-:...laklnb iin(plisli. to, UlsUop.
& Co. J,, ....... ,,vv'.:,JV.i.M.iM
Cecil Drown, tr tti, Manuel K.
Cook, tr . ,-'.. jfVK.V-LJlV
K. Cnt llobiini tbiB4oinetilUmiuiy'l.li
Klliu.Caity liyiptKe'ttVr' D. Lr t
V; II, liymor tii'AnoK.-Woola4fli
Jimp .Mlitoi) to , u, Ycbb ...neC:J
b. itni;uo,le cl au.tff liihitlna Agrl- '
. cultural Co.-. Uil, ... ...,D
A. I). Castro nhd wf, (( Juscphi V
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