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Tho Real Criminals In Some Hcccnt
A Weakness In tho Liquor Law.
Saturday Evening' In Chinatown.
In jail, awaiting trial on a cbnrgo that mny innil him In the penitentiary
for a term of years, is anotlier bogus check-passer. In tho penitentiary nre
already a couple of men serving tlmo for forgery of checlts. Tho man await
ing trial forged his check in order to paHS it over a bar for boozo; the two
forgcre in tho pen passed thoir forged paper over tho bar for booze. There
recently came out of jail nnothor who pcrved tlmo for forging n check while
ilrnnk in order to buy moro boozo with tho proccods.
Now, it seems to mo about tlmo that our criminologists took n book out
of latter-day medicine and started some preventive methods for this booze-inspired
forcinc of checks. I bellovo that tho man who takes a cheek over
a bar for boozo is moro guilty than tho man who forges tho namo to it and
I believe that it is tho bartender who should go to jail and nut tho
fool who takes tho desporato chance in order to keep up a spree. AVho is tho
woret foo of society and who is tho ono who should bo put behind tho bars,
tbo man whoso drink-sodden brain conceives tho idea of signing a check with
some other man's namo and thus secure funds for a further debauch or tho
man who will supply tho boozo to first dendon tho good sense of a drinker
and then cash for him a chock, tho validity of which, under tho circumstances,
must bo doubtful!
I know ono man who went to jail for a forgery dono openly in tho Bight
of tho man who cashed tho bank order, tho latter cashing what ho know to
be a worthless bit of papor becauso ho relied on tho friends of tho forger to
mako it good rather than allow a criminal chargo to bo brought. In tliis enso,
certainly, tho man who served timo was less guilty of crimo than tho ono who
took tho forged check to tho bank and then preferred charges.
O w 0 w w
Tho Hilo Tribune brings up a feature of tho liquor law that Is worth consideration.
Tbo Trlbuno has been discussing tho case with which habitual
drunkards can secure intoxicants, although tho law makes it punishable to
sell intoxicating liquor to ono who has been twice eonvictod of drunkeness,
Bays tho Tribuno:
"In this connection it might seem well to cull attention to some dofocts in
tho statute which its enforcement shows exist. Thus wo find that tho list of
tabu, drunks contains only two out of llilo's best known topers. This is duo
to two things. First, tho fact that the police are averse to milking arrests.
Thero are common drunks hero In Hilo who have been seen drunk by tho dozen
times by every ono of us, and who still have as clean a record, bibulously
speaking, as Doctor Bcudder. Another reason why so comparatively few con
-fictions for drunkenness appear on tho records in tho caso of our villago sots
lies in the fact thai in many instances are arrests of such persons made on
charges of common nuisance, being disorderly persons or tho like, in which case,
of course, the two-times-and-out rulo docs not apply.
"The liquor dealers thcniFclvos point out some defects which nro woll
-worth noting. First of all, they contend that it is unreasonable to oxpoct thorn
to know every man on the tabu list. 'Thero nre only to men on tho "trouble
list" whom know by sight,' said a prominent liquor dealer. 'Thero is probably
not a man in town who knows them nil. Now, is it fair to subject mo
to a heavy fine if I sell liquor to a man whom I don't know, just becauso ho
happens to bo on tbo tabu list I ' Tho auswor is, of course, obvious. No reasonable
judge would impose sentcuco in a enso whero tho dealer, being justifiably
ignorant, had acted in good faith. On the other hand, tho statuto gives
the authorities tho ability to impose a still H110 in cases whore tho dealers soil
to men when they, as do nil others, know that their patron is a chronic drunk.
And that is as it should be.
"The dealers go ono step further, however. 'Is it fair to punish us, who
pay a heavy licenso fco for tho right to do business, whilo tho chronic drunk,
the man who takes tho initiative in tho violation of tho law, goes frcoJ Would
it not bo moro reasonable if tho law punished tho man who, though ho had
been twice convicted, bought liquor in violation of tho lawf Would it not bo
better to punish such persons for being found on tho premises where liquor
is soldf Such a statuto would meet with tho approval of all reputable dealers,
Ivr they are, when you como right down to cases, the onos who Buffer tho most
from these chronic drunks 1'
"Kefercnco was made to tho fact that tho polieo often arrest tho perennial
Bacchants on charges other than drunkenness. Tlio authorities explain
that they do so for tho reason that tho mnxlimim penalty which tho law
for drunkenness is threo months' imprisonment. At first glanco this
would seem to bo an ample sentence for so comparatively slight an offense.
Ilxpericncn has shown, however, that it is not. On Oalm whero tho humane
High Sheriff Henry has done soino splendid work by reclaiming drunkards whom
I16 had had committed to his custody, it has been found generally that six
months is nono too long a period in which to eradicato tho craving for liquor
frnnvtho system of tho chronic koak. In Hilo it has been shown that tho maximum
of threo months is too short.
"A resume of theso statements and arguments shows that tho present law,
whilo exceedingly good on the whole, can bo Improved in somo particulars.
Thus It would bo woll to pass legislation providing punishment for tho twico
convicted drunk who attempts to purchaso liquor, who attempts to get somo
ono else to buy it for him or who Is found on llconscd premises. Any porson
who buyB liquor for such a person should also ,bo subjected to a stiff fine,
Vurthcrmore, tho maximum penalty for drunkenness should bo increased to
t least six months, probably mom. These recommendations nro respectfully
submitted to our legislators."
J . .. J
Scrolling through thai quarter of the elty lying between Hlver, Vineyard,
Nuuanu ami King streets lit tin) Buturdny hour of twilight, out) limy note at
u kisiirt tbo earn with which tlm Oriental abiding in this district throw olf
(lie linrh restraint which minor laws piivIi a tlioso of sanitation Impost) on
Hiitiirdsy Iwilng r half holiday, tlio Inspector nrt off dnty. 'rjip Oriental
hop keeper know (hi, Thau II I tlmt t)n summii lire ruinnviul from tlio littln
;iili)i'n jitrlnr Imp u tlmt tlm llli may wuipl In ieuo iu intuit
fur Holiday ..lumuK.
FrgiM thu doorway of tho llllb JitjiaiMttf U)t ui pt at iHitt w li
I'f.'intytui wirit tbl Qruliumu wkltu furWd b wt.luy wf luWLUii Into
llin MfMt lulu IW gutter mm lb nttr, tUr Ui mvm dftwii UlSh l tfuUii
lilldtev I 'Mi ply bet, w4 imwir, llc u4 ether liillnwitltl
tJlilii im Uulky In U Mwi Mm lli 4imu w lll4 iu ti yrdi M.M
bS HMpf uid m tbo ulUy. N (bit uttMMt ik my l ny (mi Turil
4HtJlMal fur tU rir liiiiiaul,
In ilu lunumtiHt i Uiug wi4 (of 4b iibnrMKi of tl
J4blmlli The 'lal.li.li ie rr,HU uwi mf btUlt itt H) Jtini inumi
lltti Miruvr i4 p it imiu(h m vutDluu bw wUb th Hw mI " l'lw
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HWIMW M ln. 01 u tlltvlH 'i HUHIIftlu UU iu lMUlHItil kVUM
tap kl mUiv tMw b'M i.r hwwIIih JtiUr i piquing iiiuti.tlD M
In Ibtt Wi pwu 'i mi iiiiim In I'm h hi (m
Ml wtt4 ttiti'1 H'
Such is Suggestion of H. P. Wood
to Matson Navigation Co.
for Its New Liner.
, dc luxe for the tnew Mat-
ton Xnvigntion steamer Mutfonin, following
its completion next summer, hn
been suggested by Secrctury Wood of
tho promotion committee to Castle &
Cooke, the locnl agents of tho lino. Tho
suggestion is for triangular trip for
tho steamer 'b maiden voyage from S.in
J'liinc see, to include Honolulu, Hilo,
tho I'nnnuin Lunal and b.ick to bun
In suggesting the proposed cruise
to tho locnl ng nts for reference
to Captain Hutsou at San Fr.iu
ciM.o, Jlr. Wood statcil that ho believed
this in ono of tho best, ideas
which has como to his mind for advertising
th.) lluwniinn Island mid for
also the ilatbou company and
nt the sumo timo giving the traveling
public ono of tlio most novel crjises
over planned by n steamer lino,
In tbo opinion of tho frnmcr of tho
idea the trip ii not one which would
compel tho steamship people to make
my unusual picparut ons or lay out a
steiuner for a special cruise, but is
one which almost lit into their itiner
ary, merely giving a new route to return
homo to San IVauaUco.
"Tho- Panama Canal is ono of the
features of tho world's development
which is ono of tho mutters
ot today," said Mr, Wood
"It is an cng:.ieering triumph
which no doubt a vast number of main
binders will bo glad to see. Tlio opportunities
to see it by the Pacific uud
Atlantic Coast routes uro not of tlio
best, but if a trip is planned by which J
imiy uouru mo now.uatsonm
at S-in Francisco and mako a trip first
out into thu middle of the Pacific to
seo Honolulu and tho Hawaiian Islands
generally, nnd then go on to Panama,
and then back up the Const to Sun
Francisco, it is something which I believe
would appeal very deeply to the
"Such a tiip advertised for sis or
seven months would prove of advuntngo
to tho Hawaiian Islands fur it would
1'nk tho names of tho two localities
which are to become better known
throughout tho world in tho noxt threo
years than almost any other portions
of tho globo. I mean Panama and Hawaii,
for we all know that Hawaii is
to derive iuimcnso advantago from be
ing ou the track of vessels which will
mako uso of the Panama Canal as a
shorter route from tlio Occident to tho
"1 have in mind a number of catch
W. W. T
gree of B.A., nnd a year later that of
LL.II. Ilo first engaged in newspaper
work In Salt Laku City, having been
connected both witli the Salt Lake Herald
and the Salt Lake Tribune. His
selecting Salt Lake was becauso of a
visit which ho had made as a university
man ns u member of the Michigan
Olco Club, which mndo n well remembered
tour of the West.
lie arrived in Honolulu in 1000. Since
engaging in tho practiso of his profession
hero ho has served ns district
magistrate, pro tent. Ilo was admitted
to tho bar of the supremo court of Mi
chigun in June, 1800, and in 1000 was
admitted to tbo bar in Honolulu. Ho I
has served us referee in bankruptcy for
tlm ih1:iiii1h nf O'lliu. Ivniini. Mtnil find 1
wnx the candidate of tho Democratic
party for county uttnrnoy in 1000 nnd
Sas Every Democrat Elected Is
Bound to Be Guided by
(From Eatlirday Advertiser)
"I agree to obssrvo tho Eules protest
of tho Democratic Party, partic
ularly Bcctlons 10 and 10. Art!
clo 1, and further, that If I am
to mako any appointment I shall
bo guldbd by rccommondattons
of tlio Democratic county
Tho pledgo which every
candldato nomiuatod In tho
Democratic county convention
"J do not know why tho supervisor
and thu other elected Democrat object
to tlm comity eoiunilttoo culling tlielr
attention to thu fact Unit tliuy eiich uml
every ohm of (bum took u pMgo to do
uxnelly wluit wo lira inking them to
do," mild Charles (Huiiphox) Ilurroii,
wwlenliiy, rufurrliig to thy many utorle
In circulation tlmt thu xiinerylsor. tlm
mayor, inu menu, mo iroumuur uud Hie
jjumni'iiiiiii iiiuiiiiiDis or Hip iMultlnluro
will "hhoi" tlm rwwlutloii of (ho
county .'1)11111111 1 nn nvur.unu thu ijlpo
tit I mi of patroimgu,
llurron ilnnliv Urn plutjuu lipre
whi.'li, I10 ), nvury iHiD'lHlMti of
lilt) 1H 1 1 )' 1UI"I Ml III HUUVUJIIIUU, in
(lit) 'r'inn uf th ilultfguiMi awKuililna,
Mo IImI it th ipitfiuu of h
w,mily uimmiiiin. u wrli ui, a jntr
unmiuii. id jtruiiiui, ihwu lb mm tu
- -' hiuuali) Up HU III
wrtMM "'! w'iv tu MkiiimH why th
tiliidyn 1 he" tuoV lruii dImiUIuh Ik uuty
tiMnrilii 1 si uui iuMliiif
"' I wititl In ') In.," myi IIUH,
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(.milHi .Miiniillli. H.'i. m) MulutlMi
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6 HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 10, 1912. SEMI -WEEKLY.
j&Ki OMI Wkm Jm r i!Bw Jw M AW km jebi 13 JfiFsW
advertising phrnscs which could be used
to advantage. For instances: 'A Trip
to tho Itegions of Wonders: See the
World's Greatest Natural Wonder tho
Crater of Kilaucn in Action nnd the
World's Grentcst Engineering Wonder
tho Panama Canal.' What an appeal
that will mako to people all over tho
"The moro I think of tbo possibilities
in this tiip tho moro enthusiastic
I become. If only tho steamship peo
plo can be convinced tlmt it is a good
thing, a good advertisement for their
company, nnd that tho traveling public
is looking foi just such a trip, then
the thing is done, for tho Matson pco
plo nro progressive, as is shown in tbo
maimer in which they have added new
steamers to their already fine fleet.
"1 have Bpokoa to somo Honolulu
people who mako yearly trips to out
of tho way places, and when I suggest,
rd tho possibilities of tho Panama trip
thoy became enthusiastic at onco, and
snid they would book for it. Naturally,
tho trip will cost n good deal moro
than ouo from San Francisco to Honolulu
nnd back nguln, but wealthy peo
ple do not mind that.
"It strikes mo that tbo whole proposition
is feasible from tho hard headed
businessman's standpoint, and I
that Captain iratson win fall In
lino with it. I bellovo California, would
also help tho thing nlong. "
KAIMUKI LADIES TO
WELCOME NEW PASTOR
This tlmo it Is ladies of Kniimiki
who nro keeping mntters nllvo in tho
growing district of Kniimiki. Tho Itov,
F, (J. Williams, Into of St. Clement's
Church, has moved to Kniimiki and
taken chargo of tho Eplplinny Mission
as permanent pastor, nnd on tho oven
lug of Friday next, tlio ladles of tho
Hplhany Guild will give n reception to
him nnd his fnmlly. Tho reception
will bo held in tho assembly hall of tbo
Mliuoknlnnl School, and will bo followed
by 11 musical program, tlio talent
for which I mostly furnished by resident
of tlio district. Kmil's quintet
Club will furnish minlir for dancing,
mid refreshment will bo served by tbo
Imliu of the (lulld, No written iiv,
tiitliiu will Im issued to iiiijoiio, and
tlio Inille wmild like in m n many
remiiuiiis or mo ni.tnrt pnunt im U
iiomIIiIi), In order Hint tlioy niout J(r
WHIimn 11 ml Ids fwnlly,
THE OLAA DISTRICT
Mrrln A. '.'bunion, prMldMit nuij
waMitx ot thu Uili) Dullrouil HowiwHy,
liawtliiu llMd, wt u tfuiiir m h,fl
vW uttlsH ftr idvs uyu, sny Ibt)
HWf '"HI , Ul flUVlNMr ijl
110 1 piKiuuMi tu tiiip iirnubw of
Mil Niu,ti iu thu uu tjiitr! f lp
lillltd, piihrubly Kind oj isjb
lured lliiirii if btf n.ii.iiyit iu Q4
ihm uiii iv tui't. riii pun ,.i ibt)
llitHU I It jilullHt ilfUM pfuiiM,
ImtiMy "" i'tMi iinU'i .r imufoli
wif. "! I Mi Twiihm u iutnitv4
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Governor Announces Appointment
to Take Effect First
APPOINTEE IS A DEMOCRAT
Has Been Prominent in Legal
Circles of Honolulu Nearly
From Saturday Advertiser,
On January 1 1, 1013, Wade Warren
Thayer will assume the duties of attorney
general of the Territory of Hawaii,
vlco A. Lindsay, Jr., whole resignation
was placed in tlio hands of tho
Oovernor a week ago. Jlr. Thayer was
appointed, yesterday morning nitd will
shortly commence to familiarize him
self with tho routine duties of the office.
Mr. Thayer is n Democrat and lias
been prominent in tho niTulrH of bis
p.irty sinco ho cama hern, ten or cloven
ycais ago. I ho appointment was a sur
prise to the city, owing to tho fact
that Mr. Thayer stands" in tho party
opposed to that represented by the Governor.
Tho appointmont, lionovcr, was
not displeasing, but it was freely expressed
In downtown circles that the
Territory is fortuniito In having a man
of Mr. Tbnycr's ability to take charge
of tho work.
Ho is tho first Democrat to fill tho
olllcc, although Leslie Scott, n deputy
attorney general, Is nlso n Democrat.
Governor Frenr did not appoint Mr.
Thayer until he had thoroughly canvassed
tho situation. Tho Governor states
tlmt a number of persons highly recommended
Mr, Thayer began his career in Honolulu
ns a reporter ou The Advertiser,
remaining with the pupcr for about two
years, when bo resigned to engage In
the practise of law. He was born in
Jacksonville, Michignn, September 18,
1873, and in a graduate of tlio University
of Michigan. '05, taking tho do-
all drink d(to red when Mar eomeM
narchln' home again. Sitting on tho lid has It drawback.
J. WALTER I know von Batnm U going away. Don t ask
me lr a got mine. 1 absolutely refuse to be Interviewed.
ALI.AN HEBBEBT.Vade Warren Thayer is a well-informed lawyer
man or unpretentious habits, with the fear of Ood In fait heart A man like
that has a character behind him.
W. II. was ailvlted not to uo billboards to boont mv oliraroba
business nnd I guos tlic advice was good. At any rate, when my three months j
couiraci is ouv 1 will take my poster down for good.
wh I bad followed Oovcraor Wil4
son s wlso example. He went to Bermuda to dodge the jobehatcrs and thereby
got some rest. I certainly should have gone to Lanal.
JOSEPH KOBE I have had occasion to observe, In my many visits to
wm piHiii.iuons on uanu, mat mere nre quito a large number of contented
Portuguese and Spanish laborers on these sugar estate.
J. H. IIEBTBCIIE. If those gentlemen who so cllblv call for more hot.-!
accommodation would like to put their own money Into an enterprise of the
mini, j. can strongly recommend it as one likely to yield on Irish diridend.
jw. Jim Coke must be a reader of my mind. Tbe blllf!
which ne is going to introduce nro ones which I have made a stxclsl
upon. -My interest Is intense on a utilities commltslon bill and tbe revision!
or. schedule of court costs.
A. D, OASTEO Politics f What I that f There are a eood manv mnl.t,.mJ
.i..- 1 . .. .. ... i-
louiiy ueiore 1110 community, other than political, which occupy our attention!
ilic beautifying of Punchbowl, for ono, Is a big proposition, anil a good many
01 us nine our nanus lull witli tue scheme.
WILLIAM SAVmaE. There is much talk here about voune cirls boin
ruined becauso thoy are cnt or go to not and coffee hon. but noma attention
should bo given to the young boys who frequent the billiard parlor ar.d gamblJ
unci get a goou start Jor tueir own ruination.
a. vu iiAjiam. Aiost assuredly J. am going away. I need a rct. Somcl
of tlieso people think that when a mnn become chairman of tho Republican
county commlttco in Honolulu be acquire) tho touch of M3da nnd the purJ
01 roriuiianiB as soon as ue goes on the job.
U. C. BEALE If Kalmuki should secede from Honolulu and co into baslJ
ness for itself, we should have no difficulty in choosing some worthy man fori
mayor. Already wo have three or four who are each imply tickled everyl
umo mo paper call turn "the Mayor of Kalmuki."
E. W. BKEOKONS, There nro some twenty or thirty Japanese men bercl
who resemble the lilies of tbe valley as far as work is concerned. They get!
their support from women and I think if thoy were given a trip to Japan!
wuiiout a return ticuet, tlio city would be better off.
HAEEY V. PATTEN Hilo I going Into tbo sportive rowing game wlthj
more than the ordinary southern spirit. A crew from the Hawaii capital wllll
bo sent to Honolulu to compete in tho next Hegatta Day program. Josh Tucker!
is somewhat holding us up now becauso his department has been rather low
with tbe lease on the old government wharf slto at Hilo.
TEEEITOEIAL TEEABUEEE CONKLINO, -When I was East soiling Ha
waiian bonds at fifty cents over par, Porto Hicau bonds were Belling In Ncwl
York nt a premium of seven dollar. This was mainly because Porto KIcol
bad made a domand for her bond by forcing tbo insurance companies doincl
business there to invest a certain proportion of tbe premiums collected in these!
bonds. This is something Hawaii might think over.
EDITOE M. A, SILVA, O LUSO From letters received from Portugal
nnd Spain, there is no question but that the Hawaiian planters can obtain nil
the labor they may need at thi time.- The war mado charter go
up considerably, but that is now over. Tbo Balkan war ha not affected the
situation any, as but little ca transportation of troops is required, so thero
should bo no difficulty now in obtaining steamers for the immigrants.
The Hour of Slav Revenge Near
West Hawaii. He was second district ''IC western world has little conception of the wrongs that tbe Slavonians!
magistrate of Honolulu, 1009-1010. He ' have Buffered at tho hands of Austria-Hungary for many year, says tlio Sanl
Francisco Call, Kvcn to summarize these would fill n volume, but it Is sufll
cient to say hero that they have been unendurablo and that the patience ofl
tho sufferers has been remarkable. It is not at nil surprising that tho Slavs,!
both In nnd out of Franz Josef's dominions, should bo ready to fight for re
drefs with a. valor and determination nearly if not quite as great as they ha vol
already displayed In tho war with Turkey.
Save for brief when some great patriot won some temporary ro
lief, tho Slavs have been regarded by both Austrian and Hungarians prac
tically as a subject rate. To perpetuate this status, Austrian and Hungarians
hnvo not hesitated to imprison nnd even to execute many Slavonian leaders,
who, for a long time, would have been quite content to participate merely on
equal terms with Austria and Hungary In n triune Instead of a dual monarchy.
In ISO?, nftcr long striving to secure what thoy regarded as a modest form
of autonomy, tbo subject of Franz Josef mndo a compromUo
with Hungary iu ordor to save themselves from entire ciTnccmcnt a a national
entity. They were given a few privileges nnd somo pretense wa made toward
recognizing their political. equality with tbo other kingdoms, but It was like
j throwing a sop to a beaten dog, for thero were "jokers" In tho compromlto
nnd its provisions wero curried out, on the part of Hungary, with tho utmost
bad fnltli, whilo Austria proper looked supinely nn, the emperor oven at time
refusing to give audience to who wont to him In
jiremlnr to iiiidcrllug, resorted to tbo most scandalous intrigues, in which
calumny, forgery nnd tbo rniikcst tyranny were the weapon of tho oppressor.!
Slav pntrints were Immured in prison 011 flimsy pretexts and eomo were slain.
Tho seizure of BJuvonlan Hosnla and Horzogovlnn in 1009 served to -!
illusion oven tlioo who bad eoiiio fnltli in Austria' sincerity of purposo in herl
protestations of toward bor Slav subjects,
Now tbo crises arrive, with Austria taking nrnw to reiUt tlio recovery
by tbo filnvfiiilnn people of n pnrt of tlio territory tlmt belong to tliem by
geographic, rtlmiiloirie nnd pollticiil right. Tim oiitliorii Slav bolievo that His
limit of ciidiirnncu Iiuh been psed, Tlm propbeey of llnrou Ivnllay, mado 1 11
l(io:i, seem about to be fulfilled.
"My romitryiinm," wild tlm baron, "liove tronted firontin limlly, prpvntl
It dovpoiiiieiit. nml oxjiloltoil It fliuuielallyi (lioy will pay for tui soma day,"
That day I nvidenlly now ut bund inibui raced frem
hpr present- iotlo rep id In 8 Dalnmtlft nin nn Ai)rlwtlc seaport for tlio
,1 1 1 1. ,11,11 III 11 1 .- 'f film jii .1 1 111 1 mi .
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Punihing the Drinkers
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A um llrUUb llftfixiuf fli if bJiuk) Im ii iht mmi who ii liquor tjiuii
Ml l,J U1U W) driuk I),
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but llijHur drfubltici IUI mum druDMsiuwi, ijliurucr huJ gufnl imiuuhud k
jlnrnufw ib 4m b miiMuiMBly turn mu't noi.i tu ilrjuk,
U mw vt ttw aim, I i-J.
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