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DAILY HONOLULU PRESS, WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 2, 1885.
If yon loved only wlint were) worth your
Lovb wore cloftrgain, nnd wholly well for
t ybu. f
Mnlto the low nnturo bottcr by your tbroosl
iGlve earth yourgolf, go up for gala nbovol
Lovo's strength Is porfeot in 1oyo' Uttor
love's noblonass U noblest In love's
Jtl0,i , .
flioro ovor none nro gone
Know whon truo bonrts aro sot to ons truo
For aye tuny make one mulo, chime one
Look upl and donbt It novorl
la It bettor never to love, lott love mistake!
Tho paeslonato heart may quiver and acho
Yot glvo in the warm, rich wlno, though
well wo know
That dregs as blttar as doath may Ho bolow.
Wo sigh for tho Joys that woro coming and
, nevor camo.
TVe sit In tho dark and woop with our hearts
Wo feel tho crush nnd tho grind of tho silent
Foal tho crush and the grind, while our lips
Ellon P. Allortoa
. A BEAR HUNTER
TELLS HOW HE MANAGES TO EN.
. TRAP.LUCKLES9 BRUIN.
ATAxmei't Shrewd Escape Hon it Boar
Trap Is Mode nnd How It Must"
ISo Set Wary Old Onos
Saving tho Felt.
I found mysolf hobnobbing wjth a boar
huntor In tho midst of his traps tho other
day. Tho huntor was Enoch R." Knapp,
who lives on Boar rlvor, a smalt stroam that
rum down from a spur of tho Whlto mountain
chain nnd omptlq into the Androscoggin
nt Newry. The bear hunter's houso h a
noat cottago at tho baso of Hoar mountain,
nrouna wmen tne rlvor runs. Tho road
wind j among stoop hlllsnd thickly wooded
mountains till It soimi to lot 0 itjolf, and to
lose you in tho bargain.
This mountain has long boon known as a
favorite resort for boars. Tho armors in
tho vicinity do not try to koop many shoop.
One of them went up on tho muuntain with
a yoke of oxen to haul out somo timber not
long ago. A very large and hungry boar
appoared on the scans and rushoi at the
cattle with mouth open and oyes full of
fury. Tho oxen snorted and started on a
wild gallop down tho fteop muuntain.
A DBILUANT IDEA,
The farmer's Judjment was as good as
hit cattle's. Ho had nothing with which
to dsfond himself and he had to think lively
to devise a way of escape. Ho did an
lng but brilliant thing. Running between
the oxon ho caught hold of tho ring In the
yoke and dangled there until the oxon ha I
carried him to tho foot of the mountain and
out of the roach of tho bear. Tho old
growler Jumpod and snarled around the
uxon'j Hauk3 and. tore their hMei, but could
not roach the man between them hanging
on for dear life.
Mr. Knnpp has a blacksmith shop
hli houo, whore ho makes bsar tropi
and shoo liorroj. His trapi aro iugoulouily
mado of iron and steal, and one of thorn
looVs llko two stout wagon springs with a
pair of Jiwj in tho middle. Theio jawa aro
bands of wrought Iron with great steel toeth
rlvotjd Into thorn. Whon tho Jaws are
opened aud caught under tho stout ttoel
spring, you 833 a tronchor Jn tho middlo of
tho maohlne. The objaot of tho boar hunter
l to ioduco tho boar to stop his fore foot ou
that troaoher. Tbo least pressure lifts tho
catch and thejiwi fly togethor with crashing
forco. The tooth in tho jaw make this
kind of a trap a boar-killer as well as a bear-catcher.
Your bear hunter mint uso considerable
craft Said Mr. Kuopp: "I usually build a
cubby-house in tho woois of old stumps and
docayed branche. I sortor pilo 'oin up
arcund, you know, and leavo a llttlo opening
for the boar ti go la, attor ho oe, the
consnrn nnd his curiosity is oxcltod. I catch
some tuckerj or other kind of il-Ui in the
river and hang 'em up In the cubby. Then
1 try to flx tho trap so that tho boar
will have to step on tbo tronchor if ho gets
the fish. A boar never stops on a log in U's
path, but always stops over It, I usually
huo uui uu L'uiuor Blue 01 u log or
branch, so he will bo pretty sure to step
over the log and Into tho trap.
"A knowlnnr old banr wnn'r. tn (ntn nn nt
thesa cubbies. Sometimes after trying to
catch nn old shoop thiof iii this way mil
not getting him, I hare oiugbt the old
fellow by hanging a strinj of flih in
a careless way on a tree, ru If loft there
accidentally by some sportsman, and
putting the trap underneath. Sometimes I
Und a traok where a bear has a habit 'of
fording a brook. I take away the Btone in
tho brook which the boar steps on when ho
crosso', and put tho trap la it) place. Whon
tho bear feels after tho old nnd familiar
stone his fore paw Is caught In tho trap. Somo
boars havo learned to small a trap, so we
have to kill tho smolU Wo do that by
daubing it over with lard and beeswax.
"I havo twelvo trop, and visit 'om twice
n week. Tho bear Is usually caught by the
foro paw. Ho- don't livo more than twenty-four
hours after tho Jaw clo.01 on him, ai a
general thing. In warm weather tho p)lt
would spoil if I did not got it pretty quick
after tho critter died. Tho fur is in tho
boat condition when tho boars are housing H
lata In tbo falL Then it Is as nlco as a
Merino sheep's wool I got (3 to $15 apiece
for my polU The boars spend the winter
in tho lsdgos about horo or under the
tumps. Since we had that hurricane that
blow down so many treos thore havo been a
lot of cozy places for bears around here."
' A Ited T.antern Story.
"Have you oyer notlcod," said on old tlmo
Clncinrmtlan the other morning, "that when
signal lanterns are bung on obstructions fn
tha street, that they nro of ordinary gloss
wrappod round with thin red flannel! You'd
think that thoy would use lantorns with rod
, "I've notlcod them many times, but have
never thought anything about the matter,"
replied tho reporter.
"There is a rather peculiar story connected
with that," replied the other. "Somo to
yeArs ago on ordlnauce was rushed through
council, which required red lanterns to ba
displayed on stieot obstruclluns. The contractors
'omehow or other loarnsd that tho
inewuiro wai proposed and engineered by a
limn who had laid in a largo stock of red
lanterns and they rose up in their might
anu roiu'oi to purcuaso thorn. They found
that tliey 1 ould Ihnnufacturo excallant rad
light by Dimply wropnlne led flannol round
ordinary lantern", nltd finally they gretv fo
accustomed to that way of doing that thoy
never tmnK 01 cuanging." v
"And didn't tho nchemor who cot tho
measure through tlio council profit by itf"
"Not a lilt of It Uo bad the wliole efock
of led Jantorna left on his bands. 1 guess
tin minw that tuera is sucu a thing asbe!iig
A Valuable Ittifrsoittlon.
. Farm ami 1'iivsIJo.
Label fiyorj bpftlo of mndlcjno that comes
Into your hoilso, nnd put iiotaiiou drugs,
like iiarogoric, laudanum,vrbplic acid, otc,,
0nt of tliof roach (of bobui
that thoy aro out ot thoir reach-
SeTrr.il Slips Annnallj IroraHiurpool.
II) "Oriente"from Liverpool, Steamers from Sun
Francisco and ether late arrivals,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.,
Have received ,
English anil Amerium Prints,
White Cottons, Unbleiched Cottons,
Linen Drill and Duck, Crown Canvas,
trench .Merino of different qualities, , 1
Grey, blue nnd Mixed Hinnel,
Waterproof IVeetls, Dress Materials,
Silk. Sallns. Silk Ribbons.
Velvet, Hosiery Underclothing,
IN GREAT VARIETY.
Lans, White and Printed M'oleskln,
Linen and Cotton Llstodol, 1 owcls.
Handkerchief?, Mosquito Netting-,
Kublier Clothing, Waterproof Sheeting,
Men's, Women's & Children's Boots & Shoes,
(lilts and style adapted to this market,)
Horse blankets, lied Blankets,
(all sties, weights, qualities and colors,)
Velvet and Tajicslru, .
Mays and Main,
Centre Hugs, Navy and Merchant Canvas,
I liter Tress Hags, (30x56), Sugar llazs,
Kke Bags, Coal Ilags, 3 & j Ply 1 wine,
English, Hawaiian & American Flags
(l, 3nd 7 lrds,)
Floor Oil Cloths, (tastefutQesigns, assorted widths)
Men's Saddles, Side Saddles, baddlery.
Iron Bedsteads, Galvanized Buckets,
'1 inned Iron Tea Kettles, Sauce Pans, Fry Pahs,
Butcher Knives, Knives and Forks,
Tin Plate; Sheet Lead, Galvanized Water Pipe
, M to a inches),
White Lead, (various qualities),
Boiled Oil, Turpentine,
(as gauge, 6, 1, 8 and 9 ft. lengths),
Galvanized Screws nnd Washers,
Ycllotc Sheathina Mctyl l Nails
Annealed Fence Wire, Fence Staples,
Wire Plant Guards and Arches,
Steel KaiU, with Fish Plates, Bolts and Spikes,
A LARGE FRlfSH ASSORTMENT OF
Crockery and Glasswnte, Oos, Picks', Shovels,
Plantation and Mechanic's lools,
Roley & Co's Portable Lngines,
, (s H-P nnd 6 H-P)
One Splendid Piano, by Brinsmead & Sons,)
letlcd Chain, dosage's Soap,
(1 qualities, in bxs s and 60 bars),
Best Welih Steam Co.il, Coke,
Flooring 1 lies, 1 ire Clay,
Portland Cement, (White & Johnson
lire Bricks, both square and
Lump Rock Salt,
(3 to ra Inch widths )
A Large and Fresh Assortment of
Oalifornian and English Groceries
N. Ji BOMESS,
OAltVlNTER ANli JWlLDlili,
Respectfully announces to the public that
he has purchased the
Busines's recently conducted by Mr. G. M. Lake, at
Mo. 84 King street, which will b under the manage
mentofhisvjn B. P. BURGESS.
The Express will attend the arrival ot cVcry steamer
and promptly deliver
FREIGHT, PACKAGES & BAGGAGE
In Honolulu and vicinity.
FTjnmriTTjnB ss pianos
Moved with care.
lir., LSO, HAS PURCHASED THK
Tobacco, Cigar and Soda Water,
Biisirrts heretofore kept by Mr. J. W. Hingley, at
o. 84 Klnjr street, which will be conducted by his
x, G, W. BURGESS, and where everything in
helineofSMOKERS' AK1ICI.T.S can be found, ot
he bet quality.
1 hinking the public for past favors and guaranteeing
to promptly execute all orders in either line of lull-less,
at rcavuiable charges would respectfully solicit a
.hare of public patronage.
Ojlce Trlephnnc Xo. SOS.
Itetldmico Trlfjilione Xo. JBX
Vu, 84 King Street, Honolulu.
H. I. NOLTE, PROPRIETOR,
'ligs to announce to his friends and the. public in gen
cral that the above Saloon provides
I From 3 a. 11., till to r u
CONSTANTLY OH HAND.
Oneof Pruosv.iclc& Balke'scelebrated
connected with the estahlisiimcnt, where lovnts of
tne cue can pirticipjte.
WT ETROPOLITAN MARKET.
J. WALLER. . -J . "1 Proprietor
Oliolcost'.Moati tVonUFlnost ilortln.
Tamilies andhlpplng siipplied on short nolle and
Lowest Market Prices.
ll meats delivered from this nnrket are thoroughly
Unlled Immedhlely after killing by means of a Bell.
Coleman Patent Dry Air Refrigerator, .Altai so
treaud retains all Its Juicy properties, and Is guaranteed
keep lo'mr after delivery than freshl) -killed meal
rpHE GENUINE ARTICLE
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
Salmon UolHos, 1885 ' Gutoli.
Just received from Portland, Oregon, by
OASTI.E & COOKE
Tnese Fish can be relied npon as
Alalcon. Quoon St.
C. J. Hardle, Contractorand Buljdcr, is Prcprlettfr
oiouiuings anq finish alwais on hand. The mi
k'epsfor sale hard and soft stoe woodcut and split
IfJ'.f TeloDhone No. , ?..
No. 42 Queen Street.
Hv tiuw Uodljig
Per Alamoda & John D. SprcokolsJ
LARCE (HtPMINTS OF
Consisting tn pan of
Bbls. Flour, Golden Cate.
DbU. Flour, El Dorado. .
Sacks Wheat, Best,
Sacks Barley, Best, ,
, Sacks Corn, Best. Whole,
Sacks Corn, Best. Cracked,
Sacks Branl Coarse and Flat.
Sacks Beans. White,
Sacks Beans, Red,
Sacks Beans, Bayou,
Sacks Beans, Horse,
Sacks Beans, Lima
Sacks Onions, Best Silver Skin
Sacks Potatoes, Best in Camilla,
Cases Extra Soda Crackers,
Cases Medium Bread,
Caits Cracked Wheat, 10 lb. bags,
Cases Corn Meal, white, 10 lb. bags.
Cases Oat Meal, 10 11), bags,
Cases Corn Starch.
Casks Dup4 Hams, .
(.asks i; S A Hams
Cases R. B. Bacon,
Cases I'alrbink's Lard, j lb. pall.
Cases Fairbanks Lard, j lb. pail.
Cases Talrhank's Lard, to lb. pIL
Cases Whitney's Butter, In tins,
Half bbls. Butter, Pickle Roll,
Qr. bbls. Butter, Pickle Roll,
Half firkins Butter, Gilt Edge,
Qr. firkins Butter, Gilt Edge,
Cases New Cheese.
Boxes and Mil Salt Codfish,
Bbls Tierces Columbia River Salmon
Cases Fresh Eggs,
Cases Laundry Starch,
Boxes Brown Laundry Soap,
Pure Java Coffee, Roasted and Ground, 1 lb. tins,
Sacks Green Coffee,
Chests Japan 1 ea, t lb. papers,
' Chests Japan Tea, (i lb. papers'!
Boxes Raisins, Lendon aers.
),' boxes Raisins, London Layers,
yi boxes Raisins, London Layers,
Boxes Raisins, Muscatel
Cases Mixed Pickles,
Cases Spices, assorted, all sizes,
P?i!s Mince Meat, Atmores,
Tins Mince Meat, Cuttings.
Sacks Raw Peanuts,
Scks English Walnuts,
Sacks Soft Shell Almonds,
Sacks Texas Pecans, extra large.
Cases California Honey, 1 lb. tins,
Cases Kinjr, Morse t Co's , fresh canned.
Fruits, Jellies and Vegetables.
Bales Wrapping Paper, extra quality
A Z.ARCS ASSORTMENT tf
Best California Leather.
Sole, Insole, Harness, Skirting and Uppers
French and American Calfskins,
Sheep Skins, Goat Skins,
Hawaiian Saddle Trees.
And other goods too numerous to mention.
These goods are fresh, were bought very lew, aid
will be sold at
IXOWEST MARKET RATES.
X, W, HcCHEM asS0H,
No. 42 Quo 011
0. BREWER & CO.,
Oder foraslc to arrive tt
BARK AjIY TURNER.
From Boston, due
a 1, 1-8 8 e,
Franklin Stove Coal in Casks,
H bbls. Crushed Sugar,
Cases Prazer's Axle Grease,
. Cases Hoe Handles,
Bbls. No s Rosin,
Hbbls. Wilmington tar,
Bile-; Navy Oakum,
Cases Kx Lard Oil,
firm Istones, Iron Safes
Bbls Dairy Salt,
Bbls Cement, lK and a In Ox Bows,
Cases Axe and Pick Handles,
Bbls Ex Prime Pork,
Cumberland Coal In bulk,
White Wood Lumber,
Extern White Pine Lumber,
Electric & Downer's Kerosene Oil
Ketchup and Cod lull palls,
Casts Clafh Chovder,
Fish Cowder and Chetkins,
Cases Sausage Meat,
Cases Huckln's Tomato Soup.
Cases Huckln's Mock Turtle Soup,
Cases Huckln's Ox Tall Soup,
Burkets, Lime Wash Boards,
Caws Chairs, Cotton Waste,
Csks Yellow Metal Sheathing,
Keg's Yellow M, Sheathing Nails,
Twine, Bales Duck,
Hide Poison, Linseed Oil,'
Cases Brown Soaj),
bbls Mineral Patnt, .
Book Cases, Assorted,
Intension Top Carriages,
Cases Curled Hair,
Drums of Caustic Sda.
CASTLE & COOKE
(IONOI.H.U, II. I,
jWouId oall attention to their Large and ' '
. mSMtJl varum oiuck 01 v, i
' Oonslsting of the unrivalled Paris Steel
. J Breaking JPlotv.
The Moline Steel Breakers, and Furrowing Plow, Mo-line,
Steel Plow all s&et Planet, Jr.,
vators, Dirt Scrapers,
Jolin Dooto'n Gnnc Plow,'
Planters' Hoes of the Ust'makes
DISSTONS' CELEBRATED CANE KNIVES
made to order, Ames' .inavpii inn .niiin.
Garden, Hoes, Canal Barrows, Ox
Bows, Yokes, Chains, Fense
Sugar Mill Requirements.
SUGAR BAGS, SUGAR KEGS,
Spejm Oil, Cylinder. Lara
and Kerosene Oil, Perfect
Lubricators, Plumbago, Albany
S. and J. Files, all sizes and
kinds. Steam Packing, rial
and Round India Rubber,
Asbestos and Soap Stone,
Flax Packing, India Rubber
Hose, )i to a inch, Pipe
and Couplings, Nuts nnd
Washers, finished. Machine)
Bolts, all sizes, Cold pressed
Blacksmith's, Lngineer's an(
Carpenter's Hammers, Pipo
Cutters, Winches, 8 Inch to
4 inch, Anvils, Vices, Tube
Scrapers, Grindstones, Best
American Bar Iron and T001
Steel, Builders' Hardware,
all kinds and styles. Hub-buck's
Paints and Oils, raw
anu Doueo. small in
Oil, in large varlet IV, Dr7
I'alnts, Umber, Venetian,
Red. Ochres. Metallic, &c,
wniting, uerman Window
aMtd sues, Manila Rope
No. s and a Plour, No. 1 and a Rice,
Crushed Sugar, China and JapanTeas,
Oysters, Clams, Salmon, Lobsters,
Finest Table Fruts from the Factory
Pure English Spices, Condensed MUM
t.ocoa, arnLinuuua; uie
Jtemieiic OU, )l'ciloit'
Lining, 14 inch. .Rubber
Sprlnn anil Canvas Itrahe just at
hand.Blako Steam Pubip
&c, Blake Boiler Feed, Juice or
Molasses, Irrigating Vacuum Pumps
Weaton'a Patent Centrifugals Complete,
ALSO ON CONSIUNMBNT
California Hay, Barley, Potatoes, Barrels
Salmon, Hams, Asbestos Mixture for Boilers
and Steam Pipes, verj' cheap, Fence Wire
and Staples, Gahanized Roofing
Wilcox and Automatic; Singer Manufactunn;
Company, Assorted; Remington Company, Family
Wilson Machines, the best assoitment to be found,
and at Bottom Prices.
New Coo by every arrival from England, New
1 ork and San Prauclaco.
1 Now Trrtotlon Engino, power.
Orders from the other Islands filled at ileal and
with dispatch ssioj
No. 34 Fort St Olook Building,
Have received afonsiinment of the most Fconomlea
and Valuable Feed for all kinds of stock, vl :
COOKED LINSEED MEAL.
It Is the greatest Flesh former, Milk and Ilutter pro
ducer In use.
Oil Cake Meal shows about 17 per cent of nutritive
matter ; this nearly 39 per cent.
100 lbs. of this meal Is equal to 300 lbs. of oats, or
31S lbs. of corn, or to 767 lbs or wheat bran.
Also, our Unrivaled MIXED Fl'.UD, as well OS our
usual supply of the best kinds of
Hay, Oats, Wheat, Corn, Eto, Etc.
Which Is .offered at the Lowest Market Rates, and
delivered free to any part of the city.
Agents for the
Pacific Mutual Ufa Insurance Co. of California.
Agents for the TELEPHONE.
Commissioner of Deeds for the. State of California
TELEPHONE NO. ui.
LIE, HE, LIME!
Patronlco Homo Mrsimfaoturo.
The Hawaiian Stone Company.
Are now prepared to furnish fresh Lime In
quantities to suit purchasers, nnd satisfaction
warranted as to both the kind and the price,
ALLEN & ROBINSON,
. 1 1 1
HOMJSTER & CO.
IXl'lTU TUV ATTKXTioX VI' TUK
PVJiLlV COUXlJtr MNltvllAXTS
In particular to their large and '
just reeeiVwl. This is acknowledged
to be the finest perfume in the
orld. All of one quality.
Creat variety of odors styles
and prices, also , .
(all shapes and style)
and the largest and most complete stock of
rrer kept in this Kingdom, a
large invoice of
1TJ.SUXSD aiJEVITMItAXUAX SPONGE
direct from Cnrope, free fiora
sand or dirt. Agents for
EARKE DAVIS & CO'S '
J. CAYEK. eft CO'S
Horsarord's Add Phosphates,
Green's August Flower & German Syrup,
Allcock Porpus Plaster Co',
Mnrray & Lanmans Florida Water
Yerba Buena Bitters.
TTOLLISTER & CO.,
are also Proprietors and
facturcrs of the celebrated
AgenU for Wra. S. Kimball & Co's
JTragrunt Canity Fulr, '
Tobacco and Otgarette
which have no rivals. The
largest assortment of
PLUG TOBACCO AND CIGARS IN
OUR GINGER ALE fr SOD A WATER
has always been recognised as the
best In the market,
OUR aiNGEK ALE EXTRACT
being manufactured from our own
private formula in
AERATED WATERS In Patent or Cork
Stopper .M bottles as desired.
WHOLESALE & RETAIL, 59 NUUANU ST,
RETAIL, Cox. FORT & MERCHANT STS
CONTRACTOR and I1UILDER,
STEAM PLANINO MILLS
Manufacture all kinds of
and all kindfi of wood-work finish.
HTrirtilnc, ncvnllf run! Iminl nawlntr.
All kinds of Plantiuranl Sawing, Moulting, and Ten
ORDERS PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO ANn
OriUrJfrom th Jtlond ir.tcjiUi'hert t&tti
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At IhelOld Stand, No. 8 Kaahumanu St., Honolulu
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN ALL THE LATEST IMPROVED
STOVES AND RANGES,
Granite Iron Ware, Plain and NlckeJ.PIated J
Tin Ware, of all kinds)
Lamps and Lanterns ;
Plumbing, Tin, Copper
OF ALL KINDS,
tarA. variety f House Famishing Gooes too
Twelfth . Year
"THE HAWAIIAN ALMANAC AND ANNUAL" FOR 1886
First in the Field and foremost in the estimation of the
Will be issued during December, in time for the January
New features of special interest are sought for and addrH
from time to time, and no pains or exoense is soared to mrri t
the confidence accorded it from
Advertisements are now in order at regular rates ; no fancy
Orders are already received for the forwardance of a large
supply, as soon as issued, throughout these islands and abroad.
Parties desiring early copies will please for-ward their orders.
THOS. G. THRUM, Publisher.
IVew Croocl per c3Xain.poa.
Direct froiM. England,
B. F. DILLINGHAM,
Prcsfdent & Manager.
Galvanised Ironaa Lead Pip
Sheet Lead and Copper)
and Sheet Iron Work,
numerous te meitton. 6-s
near and far.
and Serges, Tweeds,
of Every Description.
for Cash at the Factory can be sol
fiRE INVITED .3
JAS. G. SPENCER,
Secretary & Treasurer.
70 Fort Street.
& Co., and Samuel Nott.
we offer a large line of
Stores at greatly reduced prices :
Pans, Milk Pans,
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Southern Pacific R. R.. n rallas from San Fisanum
and ablUly. The buildings aro calensive, an
health aud tt nfert of the cadets, Trinity Stssia
km. alpred VK BREWIfR, M, A.,
Fancy Coatings, Trousersings
Cassimeres and Trimmings
These Goods having been bought
at the very lowest rates.
No. 14: and
Successors 'to Dillingham
Preparatory to Stock taking
Suitable for Country and Retail
doffee Pots, Tea Pots,
Tin Pails, Tin Lanterns,
Milk Pails, Dish
Baking Pans, Bung
MATTHEW'S HALL, SAN
Located In the beautiful et ot San Mateo, on the
Established in i86j. FoGrteca Instructors of reputation
heated by steam and are in evetr way arranged for the
beclns J uly 4,
Per further Infarmallea and utaleiue. lust et.