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VOL. XLI No. 52. HAWAIIAN GAZETTE, FRIDAY, JUNE 29. 1906.
CANNON IS NOT
Fair Chance It Will Go Through Immigration
Bill Was Guarded on Behalf of Hawaii
Good Work Done.
(Mall Special to the Advertiser.) j as effectually as they have barred the
WASHINGTON, D. C, June 11 Tho Chinese.
great fight of the last ten days, from
the Hawaiian standpoint of interest,
lias been over the immigration bill. It
lias resulted in a situation fairly satisfactory
to the Islands. The only question
now is whether the bill can bo
There havo been two matters, over
AZORES PROJECT SAVED.
Tho Immigration .Committee made
severnl chunges in tho bill,! taking the
onacting cluuse of tho Dillingham bill
ns the basic, because, for
it will bo easier to get the
mcasuro into conference, after th
Icpt in the desirable shape' it has been ' Houso lias passed it. But tho Co-n-agreed
to by tho House Immigration mitteo has also agreed to change the
I prohibitory clause, about aiding ImraT
grants so that it will prohibit "for
eign governments". That is regntded
which Judge P. M. Hatch has been
ns cntircly satisfactory to Hawaii, as a
working. Ono was to havo a provision toriitoriel government is not a foreign
in the educational test, excepting Ha- government and tho language will mil
and, iucidcntnlly, tho Philippines intcrfeio with the Azores projtct.
and Porto Uico, if that was desired. Tho bill with those two chunges, de-
The other was to havo changed a pro- sired for Hawaii, has been ngrocd to in
vision -which prohibits governments committee and the printed text will
from aiding immigrants in uny probably be out tome time today. The
lar. Tho first matter had been pretty attitude of tho Houso Committee
settled, as far as tho House orally is very gratifying to those who
ta, Violation Committer, is concerned, when nre interested in Hawaiian affairs and
y fL wroto my last letter. Hoprescntativo npparently there is no danger of tlioso
Gardner, of Massachusetts, .who has tho two particular clauses being modified
House bill in charge, ngreed to make an in tho House. Some work has already
exception in favor of Hawaii, with ref- been done in tho Senate against tho
rcnco to tile educational test and the time when the bill gets into conference.
bill had been redrawn in cpmmittce to Judge Hatch, as well ns Delegate
v. comorm to .niugc Jinica s request. juiuiuu(iumu mm iur. ..ucviuiiuu, uuu.
A There is a good deal'of support of whom havo been cooporating to their
aimind that provision. It will not pro- utmost to havo the legislation slnpcd
f Jisjibit Japanese, for instanco, from com- up in acceptable form, havo talked
A -. .irtto Hawaii, v lien they can not with, Senators Dillingham -"and Lodge,
rCvl, but it will prevent them going both of whom arc members of tho Sen
from Hawaii to the mainland, if they nto Immigirtion Committee, and with
can not read. That plmso of tho Senator Pornker and , other good
ion is, of course, entirely satisfactory fiionds of tho Islai d. . They see no
to Hawaiian interests, but especially objection to tho clauses accepted by
to tho Californians, who nro being tho Houso Committee. Probably Sena
strenuously urged to bar tho Jnpanesi
j')Business nan and Wife
"Where Is Kirk B. Porter and his
Since April 2S they appear to have
dropped out of sight and their
Is unknown to their friends heie.
Mr. Porter Is a mason and the fraternity
In Honolulu havo started "a tracer
Some time before tho earthquake in
San Francisco, or about tl o first of the
year. Mr. Porter mairlcd Miss Edna
May Brown. They went to tho mainland
on their honeymoon. At tho time
of the earthquake In San Francisco
, they had apartments at tho Grand
.Hotel. Tho night before the disaster
icy went out to tho Mission. Their
effectH worn consumed by lire. On
April 28, Mr.' Porter wrote to tho Poller
Puinltuiti Company of Honolulu, of
which lie Is president, that bo Intended
Hondlnir Mrs, J'ortor tn Santa Cruz and
ho would remain on the gioimd tn look
nfier shipments of furniture far th'j
company tn Honolulu,
Allien that dnto tint n word linn bu.ni
lecelved by his Inn ns o liU whereabouts,
iior have Mi. I'lirlur mlutlvt's
ifciiivisl any MU'Nunuo dniu Iter.
In lliu Cnt, vsiiiini Mr. mid Mr.
Purler were In st, linvn wrltlnn in
)luimiii pwipw ImiiilrlHir !t in lliu
vIwimIhiiiI tf t lin I'lirlur. .mul.ls
ilneuiM in naiila urn by If DtiuiuU ii
m rr. iiav idliliwl iw liiriirnmiloi. nlMlovnr
f jfiJ IIWiilmf intiin, In fast, lliny imim
Ml l'I' "' ' bHn eu uff mini painty
wj6 'rol II' ir fiiMiwI,
to fw l I" ll Mfiiluir lli Ifciiiir Kur.
L ..I luiui Co bud imiuIvmI lid niu i frvui
Hr TO")'' I''1"" ' " Mnlhl) VoMliim
Continued on Pace 4.)
Miss Henry Gives Vivid
Details A Mormon
Below is a graphic account of the Ta
Iiiti disaster consisting of extiacts from
a private lettoi, written by Miss Teuira
Henry, a lady well known in Honolulu,
now residing in Tahiti. Tho letter is
tinted May lnutl: ,
"You will doubtless havo heard of
tho terriblo cyclone that wo have had
"It began at tlo Pnumotus on .tho
Oth February, and papsed through tlioso
islands, destroying everything in its
way, until tho 7th, arriving hero in tho
night, but was scattered, fortunately
for us, on tho Sth by a strong southerly
wind, which saved Pnpecto from utter
destruction. AH along tho waterfront
the town is in ruins, and the beautiful
street by tho sea was broken up by the
storm waves, so Mint tho greater part
of It l Iiiiiiimii1c fur rarr'ngcH,
"Tliu piibtolllcu ami Mm American
t'liiiiiilato wero ciirrlfd away by Mm sen,
mid Mm nrittiiiiil nut nu i'lirmiln point,
tn Mm loft of Mm buy, U entirely
Hut only mm II fo iu lnt
hern In tin. dlkiuter, Mint of Mia kiopnr
of Ilio iUiiriinMnii tutlnii, nut on the
llltlii laltil of Mutiiiita fneillg I'Hpettle,
Will) Wll II glMl UHlllllllCir, bill Hilt
WlUllIlt III H DUDUUIIUl lll MN It fldl lull)
lliu mm which mwipt utvr Ibo Maud,
"Hi. u a I'rt'livlmtuii, nmrriuil In u
iiuilv W..HIUH, Uu vtN rwil by H
Mllur fruw uir it HmiiIIhk lw(,r. Ilutli uf
lliiiit inlaid iMm lnwti uvl If mniiI
lll (W1 Mil for llMUI HMN UHMIiyh,
TMr nwii Uuui Um.1 dilfiH way .
I"lt' l unliiwil lltul ll Mm yum
"Tim btwwtlfiil diililtt f 'J'nuIIU
All pup I)
A triangular steamship servico from
3in Prunciseo to San Pedro to Hono
ulu and back again to San Francisco
is tho proposition which the Hawaii
Promotion Com;nit,oo will lay before
ho Oceanic Steamship Company, in tho
orm of a suggestion for t'uo increase
if tourist business between the Coast
mil the Hawaiian Islands.
This wns one of tho principal items
jf discussion at yesterday's meeting of
the Promotion Committee, and seemed
to bo favored by all present. At the
suggestion of Mr. Smith tho 8ecrotary
was instructed to lay tho matter immediately
before the steamship ufllcials.
Tho discussion- arose over a statement
from Georgo W. R. King, recently
returned from Southern California, who
told Chairman McCandloes that Miss
Whitlock, the Committee's representative
in Southern California, was doing
i lot of work for Hawaii. Sho stated
to Mr. King that sho could send fifty
tourists every once in a whilo to Honolulu
from San Pedro direct, if there
tvas a steamer available from tho
Southern California port.
Chairman McCandlcss thought it
wuuld bo a benefit to Southorn California
and Honolulu if a three-cornered
steamship route were established on a
San Francisco-San Pedro-Honolulu run,
taking in the Alameda, nnd possibly the
Mariposa, which is now' "on tho Tahiti
The sentiment of the Committee was
that the Oceanic company would no
doubt prove loyal to S"an Francisco.
Mr. Smith suggested it would bo wise
to present the matter to tho Oceanic
company from this end of tho line, nnd
point out what would seem to bo an ad-vantage.
to tho company.
Mr. Spalding suggested' whatever
1)0 dono tho Committee express its
appreciation of tho disaster which lias
bofallcn San Francisco ami show that
tiio new triangular plan Is not proposed
to take away business from-San Prnrrj
cisco, but to assist tho cumnany and
California to maintain its ocean business.
It wns stateil at the meeting that
at present people wero not making San
Francisco their hcadquarteis owing to
its lack of hotel accommodations.
Mr. Smith .said that if Honolulu did
rnliiriid'i, rlti'M dutn uf Jiiim
I hf'K to iirkimwIiMlRii rei'tdpt of
ynur fuvnr nf June 1st with cmoum.
Willed I linvn ninl with roiiclilnriibln
f your iiiiiiiiry. fur Mm isini nf i'u"i
JO IN E, BUSH
"John K. Dush died at 7:30 o'clock
last evening after nn illnesi lasting
(bout a week. He was born where tho
Iho Library now stands, at Hotel and
Alakca streets, Feb. 15, 184", hence
was iu his 05th year. Tho immedlnte
cause of death was congestion of tho
brain nnd n partial paralysis of tho left
side, He was in a comatose condition
yesterday and died without recovering
consciousness. The funernl will be
from tho house, Hotel, near Punchbowl
street, at 3 o'clock this nfternoon, interment
in Mnklki cemetery. Elder
VJllIinras, of tho Seventh Day
will conduct tho services. lie v. H.
H. Parker,, of Kawaiahao church1, may
deliver an address in Hawaiian.
; Mr. Bush wns married twice. His
first wife, deceased, was Mary Ann
Peters, by whom ho had several children,
four of whom aro yet living. In
1834 ho married Mary Julia Glcnney,
Rev. Henry Parker performing tho
She accompanied Mr, Hush to
and from Samoa in 1887. Dy his last
marriago tho following children survives
Mrs. Otto Berndt, Miss Kulin K.
Hush, Joan K. Bush, Jr., Adelino K.
Hush, Gcorgo Herbert Hush, Itosio K.
Hush, "Bernico K. Bush, Violet Victoria
Bush and Wlnnifred K. Bush. Miss
Julie Bush arrived .yesterday morning
from Maui on the steamer Clautlinc.
Slio had gono to Mnul as court reporter
nnd had to leave her duties to ottend
her father in his last moment;. Before
sho went away Mr. Bush was apparently
in fair health, although he
had been somewhat fcehlo for tho past
year. He had insisted on doing work
about the grounds of his premises on
Hotoi street nnd in this probably hastened
on the mnlndy. He was attended
by Dr. Augur.
Mr. Busli 'rf death removes n Hawaiian
from tho community who has played
an important part in its affairs through
tho reign of King Knlakaua nnd Queen
LHijtoialnul, tho Kpublic of Hawaii
nnd the Territorial form of government.
In his early days ho was a whaler seaman.
Ho also learned tho printing
trndo and wns onco foreman of tho Ha
waiian Gazette ofliec. During tho reign
of Kalnkaua, Mr. Bush sprung into
prominonco as a minister nt two or
nct get its full quota of tourists this three cabinets during which time lie
coming season it would bo because of waB advocate of tho Immigration of
San Francisco's circumstances. Tho Portuguese ns laboiers on tho sugar
Committeo thought that the triangular estates, and wns active in tho euuso of
plan meant independent business. oxtendmg tho authority of tho King
SECKETAEY WOOD'S KEPORT. I "'" tl10 extension of the rcalnPof tho
Secretary Wood's regular weekly re- Hawaiian monarchy.
port on promotion business was an Siw'e the overthrow of tho monarchy
lows: j Mr. Bush hns not held public office savo
The yachts participating In the first tliat of Hawaiian interpreter in the Cir
lace across th.i Pacific nro In port. Tho cuit and Supremo courts iu Honolulu,
ar.ws of their arrival has been sent out
was regarded as an authority
by cablegram and letter, reaehlns eiery ... ; ,. ,J
or the """""i "'" "" '""
part wotfd. Each mail brink's
In a large number of newspaper KU!1B" IlU1' was therefore a valuable
plugs referring to the event. ollicial.
The start from San Pedro was well jUS PUBLIC CAREER
nhoto:iranliril ninl mnnv nt tun vi.......
will bo reproduced throughout tho "l"1 K- ,!ush flrst 1)l'eu,ll minister
ot tho cabinet of King Kalakaua
country, so that for nnoihnr month nt on
AuBust Minister or the In
least, clippings refeirlng to tho great -
lace, will be comlni? In. Wn will mv.. Hi lor III the Moiouo cabinet. On Aug
enough to fill a fair sized scrnp album. ust Vi ll0 wab PPlnted Minister of
I have Kent out conies of tllo Ions of Foretell Affairs, nd Interim. Under tho
tho Liirllne and Anemone to tho Pitmlershlp of Olbson he wns uppolnted
tary of every Yacht Club In the United Minister of Finance, May 20, 1882, and
States and England and will forward Minister of the Interior, August 8, 1882,
the La Paloma's log by the next mall. During the regime of Bush as
The excursion of tho 'Southern Cal.for. uter at tne Interior Portuguese wero
nla Editorial Association Is bfdng well obtnlned from the Azores and Madeira
worked up. By tho last mall I received lo wtK In tbc cuucllclUH of Hawull
n letter from Mr. Arthur Holllday, Slr. Bush wns an early advocate of
omclal photographer of the Los An- i"r oi mis cnaraeter nnu In his
geles Examiner, stating that ho would tloM ' Portuguese he was wise.
make ouo of tho party, also saying that -"T. Bush was uctlvc In politics al-the
cartoonist of the Examiner. Mr. U. most up to the time of Ids death. In
O. Springer, would muke the trin. 1832 he was exceedingly active nnd
When tho large metropolitan papers mtde ninny speeches, Just prior to the
show such nn Inteiest In tho matter, overthrow of tho monarchy In 1691, nnd
wo mny rest assured of receiving ex- was at one time nrremed for criminal
tended ami w dely published libel, Piohc cases attracting liuich pub-
of tho Association's outing. lie attention.
Our circular letter to bankers, with Under the Territorial form of irovern.
uhloh wo enclosed a ropy of the Lyster incut Mr. Bush was n Homo Itulur nt
letter. Is winning out In splendid shape flist, and afterwards a Democrat
will unquestionably b the means or he became n llepubllcan. In bis
nf bringing n largo number nf visitors latur yearn be wiih Hawaiian Interpre.
mi iiiiiiiiiiiiu iiuring mo coming reason, ttr In the First Clicult courts.
Hvury mall brines answers asking for Tim uamoau Mtoninu
further nnrlli'Uliu. lintel intes, etc. ., , . . ... . ' .
Mr. JsnifH II. IVnbody. president nf . '"'"" " " " "'" iiiiriesuiig
tho First Nitlmuil lluiik nf Canon city, nuu "e cureer of sir. Jlusli was
,iL iimiihi w piiimiiu ill peiiuii nt jvillg
Knlukauu in tstiibllHli Mm Hawaiian
klnif'H I'rlnmcy nf the J'ncliir by
Ids authority Suinon.
Mr IHixli was ilesltfliuluil mi tli.lt oecii.
InloriftC And d.'xlrlng in liwir nnd """ '"' u" 'nnlm.iiiir On Ietitinbi.r
Hiuiw iimiti nf the bountiful In '' 'hkJ' Mm Klnu Ciillllillssiiim'd Mr
w I. Iidi you mo liiKuied. I ),eR m nsk H'Uli u inliiUlur Mvnlpoiiilury In Mi
Mint you mud in your llliislrultl Mid- ','l "' Hamuu nnd Mi kliiK nt Tuiiku,
m slid such ntl'itr liiriilui liirliin up- nd " bluli i'niinllii'jr tn Mm mlitr
mi Miu ol limn le ihiiiiIIIIiiiis uinl iis4uies Indepinduiil ililtf Mini pixiplts nf J'oly.
mIiIpIi I bur iu sliWKiMlk' lliuiik mu in 'li HrllUli lsiner Kvidomr ud
HtlV"4IWUI llhuii'i Mild IIIIih) out UN U iluwilllllli
"I inv Umi huv b Iu u'lwuliiiiHj wurcliip u till rpjiunml lliu Kulnillmi
mi vur llmul liml on I'uliruwry Uv vm miiiimI mid mml in uppwii n
Uim, Mf," iiiiisIi IlKtt m iiidi). id-war as iul,lts
Turn llhlnrdum inaiiHtitir uf Mi In fml b v Mm ilii iini Ust
I'tiri unt I'Miniiiiiri ml Club, iv uic 'b'n nt lli lliiwullun iiiijinindiy litis
1 4rf tlmv .( junv lllll
n'uiiiii.M..) un ' I)
) Mill lii iuiilini nud I ffiiru Iiii
yMVynii i wsn ihiiiimli Kim in rv
. . ... mi"".n.jj"?" -"'"i'. " iim.m. I, 1 , . 1 ,
SKlJLiO. 11 ME
President . Aain Asserts That He Will Not Be
a Presidential Candidate for
Ptir the second linio tho people have forced tho Czar to
at an even greater cost of lives and blood than in M10I
ilotnll tin. Mtrirv.. nr tin. Iinui, miuuiMii ..( . ,. ..,ir..tu ! in Misruw.
(Associated, Press p
WASHINGTON, June ag. Roosevelt in a personal letter r.
clares that he will not be a candidate again for the Presidency.
Recent dispatches from Washington Indicate that Roosovolt "working f,.
tho nomination of William II. Tafl in 1008, nud tho declaration oil the Prcsider
lhat lie -is not iu tho running for a third torm lends color tortho rumor t00
he is seeking to advance his friend. It Is stated Mint ho has abjindonctt all i'
of Kliliu Root being a candidate and he, among othor Republican leadcrd
looking for tho man who can beat Bryan out at the polls, for Roosovelttho
predicted tho nomination of Bryan by the Democrat nnd' sees in him the'
tho Republican nominee has to contend with, ff.
"1 believe," said a friend of tho President, ' that Tjieodoro Roobot,q
would crawl on his knees from tho White House ,to the Capitol to seo Willi
H. Tnft mado President for eight years. I know something of tho admiration?
entertains for him. In my opinion the President will not Insist upon Tuft gofvJ
on the Supreme bench, although ho feels that in tho twenty-five yours ho mlg
sorve he would leave nn InMcliblo nnd honored mark upon its proceedings.
"Ho tears, however1, that Fairbanks hns such a great sti1
toward tho Presidency Mint Socrotury Taft might fnil for the nomination,;
loso both positions, in either of which he bCUoves ho would bg
FRIGHTENED CZAR NOW
vipi nc Tn DADiiAucr
OL sU JtJ I J
ST. PETERSBURG, June 29. The probability "public,
among the troops has caused the Emperor to accede C" (!n .8an
of the parliament. In consequence numerous death sju
ceen suaaeniy commutea. ' of
in many 01 the provinces the prevailing- conditio1,
. 3wm -
'jcir tcni)f000 to
brought for them tho Douina. It now romniiis to bo seon whether t'p ns largo
;ng Nicholas will remain true to his latest policy or bo forcfid by lil' euuul
advisers to liold back tho substunco of Mie reforms as ho uttempteu ,, j nji
cerning the granting of the constitution. the Unit-
NOW THROUGH BOTH HOUSfi
Jung Co., two
WASHINGTON, June Senate has
Deficiencv Annronriation and Puhlir RinlHinac IiiIIq
.Samoa, Ho wiyn that "his mission vlg. i(( tmi lorward " iii iav nirK at'
... ... . I ' ' . . ' A .1 ,.l of diamond
us one ot rrlenusiiip id
courtesy from one Polyneslun iiionnSsli
to iinolher. Mr. Hush bore as 11 Jf'ft
to the KIiik of rliunou, U10 "Ur.iud 'JRah
of tho Itoyal Order of Oteaniu.." mil
.ir.li.n nu.iiinlntlL. I . u 1 1 1. ..1 f .- II. . t ....... "
utllll llllll.u fl.t.l nhl..rU tfH Iti.ul. ,,.,,. Willi 11
K..... .....ft- .,, vii.vin. .11. ,141. ,.
were lllteiidtil to iiitmn nil)' nssls
on tliu purt of Hawaii in i.iku of tut ,
Irmililii Hi .iinli.i. fllliMiui ili.ulrinl Hi
y llimli uluiiilil ir.. in Uiiim.i In bill
of we goti' streets in
HlrfllrS. mill I t"n,K" "l lllll.IUII
your MajcHty's ,
Ih III i il to jinhP'ok
000O , 2SsT3
1 - .j.7?T! -S-VS
"is- new TES 2
SEMI-WEEKLY. WHOLE 2811
a pair ,f
wiuiii xrom mo
a a i!iiy Of fro
irer, who wns
ill tllO USHUIllt.
"ii'ssful elos" l"' " '""l" '""
111 "m .im r "'r" uttucked by a ir
also to present the Hu.lioan kliuc wit"" "' "" ' l '" ""' ",l" ";
' ' "' , , y.
n cnrrtairo i.n H,m of notsis. .Mr, rU,
'" ' '' ""''
Hush was l pm to Maileloa ",' 0WH.
i ..r i.'...,.t,... .. .i , ,.i ui, '"nw that tiio tiliuost savaeery lire-
ieeY , , T.E.IWSiV. :,M-1- " "?' .;hteR !5
lint no ex TLTnT? "J ,nnuy l'"""'1 """'"'"' '" epon
I'.iiiij ll.riil mu iinniuinii I
iy Miii police uinl Mini the
the regiments Micro look
ami looked ubout fur u sullabl.. v 5 V.Vf T" MX.
....Ml lis ......ilHi.il Hi. nun-has., , . ":,:" ,,1,rh
npi..iw Tim immi w.. in... wm 1',' 'h i ri,; ' ,;"". ;
boys riom M.u llurnriu Holloul .. I",r,uull ''?, V,,'""',l!;"l,
ll. ...IVH... of tl. Kaflilllm. M.i?' " , " '.-.,?.!?."
P'..w.iiiiii wiih iiu iuk mid n'lajou ijiVi,,,:,,!
uiiiillul rw.uiill.iii rinm lliillul.i?? l..' i,.w. l'"""l ....Bill
son.. i.Mvr Mml I.p i upon mi liu ' 'lo,)
I. MM III fHVun.l.ly VM.ISlll.l il 'irtliU
tiillfiidirillluii will) IDMlrl l
I.. Kliitf Mi.llnl.wt f ituili p1
viiubli i" ill miiniMiir i
JfcJB rw.'?y .. . t...) ittlifr, i ,,1 ''i f 1v , .i'j .t:r.
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. t . H -
Wubiluit lluai) DIxtHtl
purl In Mm killing uinl lutitlliitliin,
HiMtluuiuiKo IIimiI DlmiM,
' . U. w t 11 ,! 'fl
Tiio Public Duildiucs bill, which missed tho irnVor'AmoricB. Twontv
htiB now lecu connimed by the vote of tho Senate,0. "PtMontcd nt tho
for Honolulu. ' jon in ew ork. Hearst
MILWAUKEE, June 20
will not tako part.
j The sta Derngj
nominee for tlfe Presiei l
has endorsed Bryan as the
discovered that "Lord
RAISES STATUS OF CONCFrt.SrSS:
'ted bljramlst and has at
, IIu posed us an
WASHINGTON, June 29. Tlfe Conferenc
district court in China has been passed by the Hs of f10 flf.t,0,lh ,"."
. ' J
, 'ounilliig of tho Ro-
-Jd in niilatlclphiu,
ANOTHER STATE DECLARES rsHrttS
JK part in tho
that three of tho
llino nno of .he
perlinent, tho 170-ton boat hud cost the of Jifmidry 27, I8t'bers and ivjun ling
Kovernnittit about 30,C0. After lylntf "A' WMlt ufler fcll detectives, who
ubout the harbor of Honolulu for yeurs our new cjuarterMff guard tho
she was cut down a few vent's itirn tn i.nr.wilnln'' n. V,
u, hulk und Is now used ns un oil hulk calnet and bfllc in n1' parts
by the Pucillc Oil Transportation Com- unfter the clrcuniHt ,l!"',r "l strikes,
pany. 9. Ithiugh, uf your,M''1II"Jr',"r', Tlioso
Huiold Kewall, formerly United States frlui your own,e" Crontidt, fearing
.Minister to Hawaii, maUo an aoreas;pf iI After ou' ry"g ron nagu
before tho Iluwallaii Historical !Soo7iy Ipfucd
on MliV 11. l'JUO. Ill ulllph lu, tn il ........,