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HO.VOU l.tf, HKI'T I, l.
Knl'tlng Ih" fnof Hawaiian fTlr, rrgrr-t It
should li mir fir t ilnljr In irmtil a ilrtii of business
In imr fnninmnlljr Ihwmli Hi actions nl Hi ,l fw
wee V lis whlrli JI liturif tin nf taiiln Ind traiUba)
nirtil liT I'1' ir'H wnl nf fnnflilnit. In lhai.
ministration iiflhitlltiterninFnl, not only minns; rmr
iri!irjMO tilil Ihflf rnririnnnna abroad und Hi".
"NltmnrliVfr(rnillil, fnlerfil ml irntftlln w
should Jealously ((usdl anil V ' l
U'lill wS ioM'mil Ufa rams anil i1rirrl I lie r'anll
trneait'itM ini( fnflgrslnlst nnr lmalnaa entnniimlly
mi i'a nnanlnilljrnf feeling anil action Ihat liaa lirn
ihimn by thmYn at ntneh ssrrlrli:tfnrtlirlsmnrli
at itnke.n'itnnlt In llbmty of spch, prnrOniinf
' " miiiii"ii4 sorts) Inlnrtitlf. bul'tli IJSl"tn'rtn-o I.I
It la Mall knvw fatt Dial n raiments at Ih lmrmn.
etH of errry laml lint only In ft commercial lint Killtl
cat ni mill lo Injur thaimlniiii ruin Hi nhr.
This n"a bifslinn I m already In Ih f1ifclld
lna nf llil rittMcrrntly sold at nuftlnn ham, rfnd
Ih rioilil anion l Hi. Anglo California IMnk, nf
Nan J'ranrlain, In fafmlnit bun, to this (lovernmint
for Inimlgr'stlon pTirpoaaa that hail been arranged fur,
Imply mi Ilm "want nf cnnflilnc" miivmnt lliat
vit limiting In Hi Legislature on Hi deparliir of hs
lt mail steamer If siKh actlim la takflnfoii rumored
Kromula II atiima what la to ti fiperlnf wlirn nwr
arbitrary onra since irovmpllsheil am full knrrw n, It
Js fur lh ptlnMl now serlosslr t aluk that our
community ham hn, am now, arid Inlrml yrt 10 b
tin tlifcndrra of Hawaii's Imp Interest, In which Ihla
Journal will b fearlras Hinnt,
Iliilldlng prospect rmitlnim ncllrn, an far na nnrkil
ready tinder wajr la rnncermd ami mi hop Hi dark
clmi I nf uncertainty Ihat hangs user our fair lair will
nan b llplldi If at lh Improvement It In cnnlitiif
plallmi fall of being undertaken. '
Hctioimcr Honors haa fll Inat fuiinil it purchaser In Ai
V, Cooke, wlui villi ailil hr t hla llrrt of coasters iimlrr
Ih name of Man.
Tin brig Nltliolana (iffurnl nt auction un Haturday
laat hail nit blildrr ami wllhilmwn.
t' Hlofic lloiii," tlili trililonco of ,Mi, Armatrnng at
T i)ii hfta it UUlititil tUtitf, wa illipoaiil 6f thla wi-rk
lit piltatd iala lo Hit Catholic Mlaalon
Hxrtpta of Nngar for Hi wcrk onillnK l'rlilajr Hcpt.
3,1, Dim pkK-aloiil !a7) pmiuila,
H(!IanVHI tlm paat wrrk harn lin HH hhtla.
Clrnflircoa. anil Mlilo I'nrtu Itlcn, cimhI ri'dnllii;, t7
L'VIn CClitat .118 iloTrlnlilail, Culm, mi n liaala of i ll-ID
for fair rrfliilngi f.'.'Jdo Ulriifurvoa mi n lml of 7 1.1-11
for kx"I falr.nnnlnitl l.'U ilo 1'nrtn Itlco, ,! ,Wi
'. bakta. .lava atahetlon; HlMui; lft,-Omta itra upe
rlor Manila, tl about H7, "Si ami 8.1 ilo Porto Itlco,
Inferior, fi. Inrlmlnl In atntk am 1,101 lilula .Melailn,
roctpta, UtfJlona on Irrincr'a account.
Th above la from Ihn .V, 1". Mliifny IMt of Auir, V
Wrololil Ihat nndrr the contractu by which moat of
our atifiu arc aohl, augnra teat b7 j nlthu laat (imt?il
tt llniill baalaaa,y td.TU wuuld brlnx $1,17, ylo they anil In
Hew York nt J7.IV), ItwunM ulan arhi that then.
anmptlon nf W for ft alrinilaril nf citrn superior .Manila
la agalnal our plnntcra, Uelnn5 nhove that kIvcii aa
the atnnilanl of auch aui;ar In Hie ahovo qiiotntliiii. It la
wrrll known that After aiiRar (;cta above !) rach ilcjjreo
fthova that nilila much In ita Intrllmlc value, and to lime
thoMiluoof Inland augnra on that of Kx. Hup. .Mnnlla
a. atidjthcn clalmaatandanlof l U lmily, If.thu above
liioUtlon ut H70 be correct, deducting (tro clRlillia of n
cent from the acceptod atandard value, or nt leuat fall.
Ini; to add flro clghtlia of n cent na ahould he to equalize
the valuoT Theaa lewt may be open to crltlclam, If ao
voaliould be glad to get correct Informulloti on thr
HeapittlnK the mooted proapecta of New York na a
dealrable and more prolltable market for our augnra, aa
put forth several wocka alncc, and In reply to the P. (J.
AitHrlinr'i article thereon, of July 31at., the weekly
'Alia ot AuRUat Hth, haa tho following!
".A aenae of Juailco would prompt ua to nitend totht
matched ncalual the power ot tho ".Sun Kranclaco re
tlnera,"aa laalU'Rcd. There nre, however, aevcrnl rea
llnwdlluita our aympathy. provided they be ao unequally
aona which ml tilt be mUancid In oppoalllon to tne
mode of relief ansdeated by tho Advcrtiair. 1'rluiiirlly
the Itawallan 'Ircuty of lttclproclty wna Intended aa an
Incentive to trade on tho Pacific Omul, nod, virtually
a mcaaure of. relief for the Hawaiian Inland, llotli
object have been nccompllahcd. The export trade of
Han Kranclaco haa been maurlally Increuned, and Ua
nallaji Inlvreata have buna put on a flourlahlnR baals
throuch the tame mi-ani. Undoubtedly crratKulnahuvo
Inured to the Han Kranclaco rcfllncra, but their capital
haa been freely expended In briiiKlnii nbout the ruatiltn
ao favorable tu tho Uavvallana, and tlie inercbanta and
ahlppera of Han Kranclaco, It la natural that competi
tion should be aa sharp In the Hawaiian augar trade aa
In other departments of trade. Thla will bo the more
readily unueratood when It le taken Into consideration
that prlcca hire have to bo kept down to a limit which
will effectually excludo refined aucara from ttiu K intern
HUtca. Then na to tho Han Kranclaco reflnera dictating
their own tcrnia, we havu understood, that the prlcca of
Hawalluli suurrerc adjusted on the basis of tho ruling
ratca for .Manila, It ahould be father understood thut
nearly all the onp6sltlon Of any lonscqucnco to tho
passage, of inc. liawallan Treaty came from the South
ern eujiar and rloo plantera. And It la undoubtedly
iiwlntt to the fact that the operation of tho treaty hnvo
' been almost exclusively confined to the Pacific Coaat
that continued complaint have not bctn made by the
Southern plantera. Hut should the Hawaiian augarand
rice crops be diverted from this coaat to tho Atlantic,
belue admitted free of duty to enter Into direct coin
t 'i petition with the home products, then would there bo
auch a breeze ralaed thai the treaty could not possibly
stand ngalnat It. Ihedlfllerencu In the coat of trana-
Iiortatlou would be auch that the Hawaiian could hardly
iop to realise a'ny advantage by aeeklnic a market at
m lh X 1st, though If II vro demonstrated that Eastern
reflnera could afford to pay better rati a thun our rcflmra,
at tlm greater cost of transportation, It would of course
then be clear that our refiners mljjhl with safety exer
r. else more liberality in their purchase. -Probably the
,' most rjndent wayln which to test the. matter would be
for the llawallaus to Invite competition In the Islands
bctn ecu representatives of hastern and Han Francisco
Tt)0 schooner Leo arrived at Han,Franclaco Aug. 9th,
i from buhaUska, and brought news 6r tho whaling fleet
Jto4ulyJltUlat, , ,
" Bark Corali 200 barrels vialrua; schooner Alaska, I'M
barrels walrus; bark Dawn 50 barrcla walrus; brig Hi
dalgo, MM barrcla whale oil; bark Francta Palmer, 230
"J larls walriia;"bark l'acltic, ,30u .barrels walrn; brig
Tropic Illrd, 1U) barrels sperm oil, 200 barrels whale oil,
100 barrela vralnis; steam whaler Mary and Ellen,100
n . barrcls.vvbale idl, 1M barrela vvahus; bark Ilatubovv, Ml
" Vanefs whale oll.SU) barrels Walras. '
Tho entire fleet had taken but nineteen whales for
the reason up to July 7th. Tho bark Coral had been
within a short dlitinca of Point Hope, but was com
pelled to return, ait account o(Jcc;,
Dr. Merrltt's yacht Casco. arrived at Han Francisco
August 12th, thirty-two days from Tahiti, after a pleas
, antandflnew rather passage.
The bark I.ady Lamuson wastoleavo Han Francisco
tliedayafterthestniriO.lt. ltlshop, with a full cargo
for this port, tq be followed 111 tuutlay by the Kurcka,
Hark I). C. Murray sailed from Han Francisco Aug. 14.
with a canro valued at S1V.0U0. .
. iMrTho new brlConsnlobrouj;bt,a varied cargo valued
llotJ,, " ' '
The new stmr. C. It. Bishop, for the Ksual coasting
route, brought a small carco. of value.
Hchoouer Claua Hpreckels will get off to-day for San
Frauclsco, taking .mall. .... ,,
1 i Hteaarr City of Hew York will bo due her on Monday
next from Han Francisco with dates to the 30th ult., en
The Vurt ()an and J. A. Kalklnburg had not ar
rived over when the U, It. Ulihop left, the former l and
the latter 111 days out... ,, , . .
1 Tho' Catherine Huddeu would return to this from
"L jror Sap KranrUco, per II W Almy. Aur 20-W3,srj Iba
-inralslimibs rice 705 gallaluolasses, 1 hides, jm
lbs hoop Iron. lOObncbs bananaa, 1 box personal effects.
Doni valuo, lai.TMt forl(ii, $m.
For Port Townsend, per tlraca Huberts, Aug. HOih 'J
iolla4aflbrop. Faw,wJ.w,$tVM ,. " T
'Vnfui.l sSr.'n.l.,.,, n, CralandlaAur otU-DM.4Ul Ih
sugar, 19,169 lbs wool, U1.V0 pes yoat skins, 23 pkgs betel
leaves, II pkgs .coin i,Jtu, IW bncha baninss, 1 re
fr'gera'tor. Worn value, T,7.trri foreign, o,aru.
From Hydnry and Auckland, per Zralaudla. Aug.
IluckftelO X Co, pkgs butlert 'leghoni Co, if pkga
rlassware, I case dry goods, ? cases confectionery I Mac.
YI!'8' Vr4r,W(kgllrniur),0UHs oali, II Iks potatoes,
J se plants. InlfausW till rk,s. I ' .
JOUtlouscoal. '" " '
M-F(otuJlau Frsndicov pt:r Comuelq. Aug SI A A
01WM,V' RMffurnlliiWl .MaiyBo64: Vltig
rope, cigareiirs, iiutaing, cict 1 i.sck, wesres sewiuir
machines, 1 cast tubaccu; Castle Couke. pkgs a.
trigs! K I' Adams, Wpg furniture, tOOsks fiour.acs
tWW jpiudi;! T U Thrum, i cm:.boki Mellls n
Klshel," pkgs dry iroodsll Mscfarlaua Jfc Co, IM
pk well bodiu .apparatus, riigluet Uthx baking
powder, W pkgs Uccr.J rases1 whliky( A tHmlH.. II
cs,ses hardware, II .case; swlug machluesi A McVyiio
acssashtrdwirsatsckfulj Co,- fts-Mslacass of
Kr.is.l II latiksl ifalafaltlia. 1 tiki? rUlriV 1h7 lin.lf alilu.l. I
waveanat w --"--- '- J - " J "-J " IM.
iyt Jlyuian flro., sjl
i boots, candle and tobsccot Allin A Itobii
Iw; y Uim pkgs whisky:
klskr.Jem blttrfsi u i!
r , .1 mmm'mP'vt'rJr "",'c.
v ' vaenr laaa m vu. sju cmavsj wi
pkgs furullujrst JJrowu A Co. 'il cues wlusi
ui 1 Oo. Us liits Mlals and oils, pkgs hard.
ware) J Black, Jcassspsperi M J ltosc, ttrpkg axis.,
pates, r4ct A W kUchardson Co, J cases furnUhlpo
Co, IU du dry goods, ID nkgs
I.casa Am ariusi II May, pkea issj, illTH pkxs
irlsst M Stclusrny. H Hunks, lUllalU b.i..il
srroerlsst al Meluemv. till
rka bardwarat T II Uavlct, . eases roof iron, m nags
umllMei 4 TWatMkonse, VbaWa kay, I tow; various
. -.-L-:rr. .rr ....: r -";.."- ,...! ...w :;:
ilhlnes arms. 1IM bkxs vrocerlea and uruvlslous: Otdsr
Wo Tal A Co. Wt ukaa
J case whisky. I ea glaaaw
use cratktrs-MIVsfiUsa, tMbags Ul J
Htm m'tmjpmumH'ttm wrjiw
" ussw vs. Kswjrnsssajsr ix
ulshluir sroods. 4 bal nifir coArm.' I' cascat
aatcavis, 11 cas ts, h woxea ipi, t
7. . .- v:-.. .--. . . -. .
cas clocks. I
bl wkiidiBg, t cm rubber goods;
Order, aV p
m sninis.-4, rs "rjcas, uuirvu xpanarug
Plus toUccoj llolles Co, 7J pks sksTloursr
saiah Irwin Co. WPkfS nona mat, atolsicnr.
kgs randies, oil, tcJ'HWbsl hi
1. irVsthilssif Aswas-Wlug
srroeerlts: U W M.-rlarlane Jl Co.
rroerrlr. t cm r'nlhltie, V'" ft eedsr I imlir. U ships'
knees I fiors, Hffsntlsli On l boxes apples 81 ks
polslo'S III bga onions, ( tlatts, I rs hoots and abnes
PORT Or HONOLULU.
Anp W-flUr J,lktlk, Kin, from WlndwaM I'oflV
Hlmrt' It lllih'ii,Mlanilrr,Oilya and IfhsBra
from Kau I'ranrlsen
ftrhr Ml ttln Merrill, vv lillfi.nl, from t.ahalna.
Kehr l.nka, from hnhata
rtelir Kaiilkeaniill, from llnnnkaa,
.fl- Hilt M N ealaiidla,( hevaller, from Australia.
Mchr l.eahl, from Itohsla
,11 Am btn f'onsuiln, Von Helimldt, from Hsn
Hrhr Kekaiilimhl, from llanaM.
Hrhr I'rluee, I10111 K011H ami Kau.
Mepl l-llrlt bark Klectwlnir, from .frwrastl, f fl V.
i hrhr Mary K Foster, Klblliig, floni Kauai,
pilir Kulaniaun.'frnui Knhala,
.".Mrlir .feillil Walker, from Kail
Hrhr Warwick, from Kalanpalx
Mchr Haleakala, (Jrsii. finui fill's
Am bk Atlanta. J oh men. from Utsalady.
4-Hlnif .Mokiilil,IirariK,lrom llniis,
Hlmr Kllanea Hon, Heara, from Kahuliil.
Htmr Jas Make, lllak, from Kanal
Aiig.'H-Hlmr MnVnlll, l.nrang, for liana,
Mlmr l.eliiiatt'lossoii, for Wlniiward Porta,
Htmr Kllanea Hun, Hears, for Kahulnl
llrlt stmr .ealanilla, Chevalier, for M Kranclaco
31 Htmr .InnlK Make, lllakn tor Kauai.
Hchr.Natll Merrill, V, hlirord, for fjihalna,
Am bbtii llrarn lloberls, Olesen, fnf Port
(lent I- Hehr Ktkaiiluohl, for llanalel.
a-Htmr Mkellk. Klnf, for Windward Porta.
Hf.hr Ksnlkeaoiill, rr llouukaa.
Am bktiv Monllor, .Neltoiii for llnmboldt.
Htmr C II lllshop. Melamler. for liana
Hchrl'dnc for Knn and Kau.
Prom Aiislralla, per Zralanilla.Aiiguaian -THTaylirf,
1 rnrrla, l)r VHietierg, ftiin wistecerage.
I'nr Man I'rane lco, per Zealandls, Aug f1 Mrs Her
veyand maid, Mrs Itnrtfntt. WT llrlaham, J I't'ollon,
UJICoHiiii, Dr A.tMSIulit, l)r J 'niomaa. H U Arm
tfoii, II Carltvrlght, .Mrs I, A llrnwnell, XV 0 Park.
Miss rtarah Mug, HMaanln, ft F Wells, (f (J Mure It
llnjd. It Wllroi, J lloo ill, M M I! Hmllh. -Mr. Ottn, H A
llowley, .IT Waierhmiin mid wife, II nimiiiid.Mlas.ludd
and sirrsnt, Ill's l.amb.Mlaa Wilder, II Ollisoii.Mlaa
Htella lllckle, Mr Ilarley, Mr Wllsnn, Mr tlniisrnan. II
lloguer, C'llaiilatn, W V Culllhaii, A l Pierce, Miss
tlniirley. All l.ftn, .1 Mrdade, Ah Wal, I' Hherrelt, tl II
Barrett, II Ilrndley, II Wlggatou, W Paylor, JI i UU all,
J Morgan, A I) Cartwrlght, W I' (Irnse,
From Han Franclseo, per J It lllshop, August nfl-8 h
I.amlshlrt, J K Hhlphnril, Ah Hon.
From Hnn Franclseo, pnr Consiislo, Aug 81 H I.ed'rer
M V Hundley, J II Hmllh. J A Coney, H (lulllver, A
Hchlnsel, J M Holoe, CI) Hinckley, J liiitchlnson, It
Leslie, I, K I.lllll.
For Kureka, per Monitor, Hpt I F llrasch.
From Kahuliil, per Kllaiien Bon, Hept 4-Vf I) lum
ber, I) W Morion, F A Itnblnson, Ja Handera, Mr Car
ter, O Turner, Dr. J M Whitney, wlfn.tchlld, Mrs Wood,
Prof W II Alexander t 2 aoui, and about 67 deck.
THE SATURDAY PRESS
Published for the Hatuiiiiat Pnrss Association by
Hook, .fob nod Ooneral Printer,
llonolnlu, II. I.
The HATtmtiAT Pitrsa cannot undertako to return
communications, accepted or rejected, and wo have tn
request correspondent to append their true name and
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Kn. HATUitrur Pnr.i.
SEPTEMHER 4, 1880.
The Saturday Press.
It in intended to publish thii pnper every
Sriturdny, ns a mcditim of frco intorchaiip;o of
ido.is amongst all clnaneH of rcaidontR in tlico
Islnnds, nntivo or foreign, subject or nojotirnor.
Wo pnrposo to net in it thoroughly liberal and
impartial manner, to admit argument: on both
aides of questions that may be at isHtie, to jndgo
each solely on ita inorits. Wo shall not sup
port or condemn a Ministry because it is com
posed of thc.io or those individuals, but simply
by its deeds and tho footings aroused in tho
opinion of tho intelligent public .is to tho fit
ness of tho mon, und tho probablo results of
With rogard to our contemporaries, wo bold
ourselves porfcctly independent, and will criti
cise, support or condemn thoir opinions, us wo
hopo tboy will do aim, with candor and
courtesy. Wo therefore invito frco expression
of opinion from all. It is not to bo denied
that of late a general feeling of insecurity and
uncertainty as to " what noxt " has taken tho
placo of tho oxhilnratiug conftdenco which
preceded tho dismissal of tho lato Ministry.
Wo desiro to give moans of making known
public feeling on this as wo I ub on other mat
ters, that the question " How came wo into?"
and "How can wo best get out of?" tho
scrape in which ovory one admits that wo find
ourselves. Not only do wo proposo to Venti
late comparatively temporary matteis but hopo
to fdl'our pages with discussion; on such per
manent questions as tho maintenance of the
' Iudepontlttuco of tho Kingdom 1fioperpotua
tiou and elevation of tho Hawaiian raco, tho
judicious, that irt tho cautious and yot where
npcoBsury, .liberal expenditure of public rovo
nuo, the most advantageous form of raising
that revenue, tho thousand questions that nro
constantly otTariug themselves tor solution in
this as in any other progressive community.
Wo invito tho remarks ami suggestions of
planters, practical and speculative, nnd.shall
glotlly g'ivo publicity loidcus' whicli tend to
wards ;iuprpYeuients or amendment, agricul
tural, fiscal or mochunicu!.
'Shippers' ami shipping, public .works, and
private entorpriso will all find room for notice.
In short, wo trust to help forward tho work
of PiiooiiKss and Impuoykmext.
' Hi Msyjetty galalcaua.
.Tho position of His Majesty tor the past few
weckVis otio requiring liis personal considor
tion as well as that of Hawaiian citizens and
residents. It is -probablo that unintelligent
and impartial examination of tho situation by
himt'if this were posssiblc, would lead him to
tho conclusion that there is no existing reason
wliy ho should depart from tho methods of uil
UHnistcringho goveriHie,ut wjijcji bavo( been
UtaldUliW and prosecuted with ao muoh suc
cess by ins pretlocoBHOfs, no reason, why ho
should alqnato his Bubjecta) oiul weaken Mi
own' position by tho appointment of Ministers
who aro notoriously' without tho confidence of
thocomtnuuity, and by ieoking to iuvanco ami
foster alien interests to tho detriment of Ha
waiian's interests, no reason why ho should
cause cltkoui of foreign countries, whoso chief
interests nro Lore, to fool dissatisfied with the
.government,, and that prooctlou to thoir pro
perty and pursuits is insliflloiontly guaranteed)
ud up rewou lo shako his own standing us a
Sovereign in tho brotherhood of nations by a'
course of conduct which fails to show uu in
tclligout appreciation of his responsibility us it
coitatitutioua! ruler Koorning through consti
tutional iMiuiston, klt for ho Kjngto svjo
for 'liimsuirtlitf flioso who advise and cid
him iu these exierinientul directions ars both
disloyal to him ami to UN country I If i can.
not seo it. no ouo cau tell him. llusluoaa men
say that tho summary dismissal and capricious
uppoinirnotii niauo in tno uaDinst witnin the
)s fortnight vo causoel a loss through de
preciation of value ovor tho Islands of two
million dollars, it may bo more. Letthe"Kinf
Wtaldor this and judgo if it is uot worth his
While lo set tliu Uiirt of ui intnllie-suit trnal....
oi nationsl rssourcea and guard thsm from
wst( instead of blindly and recklessly sacri
rcs de'" to i.njmious chaugaa or try in,; to
hypothecate tbtaa iu rulaoua lasvua aaraiuat ties,
I?W& V -h9 Wl,0, 'oT- ' '
aawaiiau ruiw since KawetsaicUa tM
Ifirst baa had a more splcudid opportunity of
winning honor nml rrniown In Ihrf fitrfti(llirM
ItiK of tlm KlriKilofi). tn llio Imrni'inliMi rolnillil
lnt( of llio Hawnllnn rnm o( tho ftiliiro, nml In
tho ranlil nntl lirilllanl tlnvvlopinoiit of llio ro-
4iotirrc. of tho country, Imlnn jrel Ihln oppor-
tiinlly linn not Icmi liitilll(;ciitly npiiraclntnli
11111I tlm fining work for tliu high phen wlilcli
iloallny hail lv(JU lo IIU Majoit TCIlinllln
It (tootnft tlml jl poralklant ntnl orittiltrpl
nml 11 not nllogotliar titilrnccn!il fTrt In liln;
rimln thronglintit thin klnilotn to Inml tho
iinllvcn t' hollovo thnt tho pxlntlti rttnto of
'illnctmiforl, (l) ptil It tnllilljr) In llio My poll
tic, I. tint) lo tho action of it fmv forolgn real,
tlotiln of Honolulu who nro ntlrrtiip; tipillrivon
tout to fitrthor their own tnt;rrnti No gront
or inUtnUd 01111 ho niiulo, no moro fatal orror
iromKntol I'ropcrly iiwiiim It la trno urn
iiiirmsjr, ntnl of thoin u Inro portion nro fur
ol;tirn, hut tlioy ao fur from kaIiiIii";, ore hin
llip; ilnlly hy ilnprucl'tllon of ratiitn, itntl liln
ilrnnto to hiinliie., t,'i;rmriiti:cl Hololy hy tho
tlMIifccctltJiltcil nipl ttppnroiltly ohjoclhian tnati
nor In whloh tho moat Important ofliolnlaj nro
'illncnrtlod ntnl rcjilncutl hy (cnrttifnly In 0110
inntnnco) a pamoiuigo who cnntiot hu morn 11c
fiiraloly ilcncrihcil tlmii hy tliu pliiunu "110-
hotly known whom,"
80 fnr front aecklliK toexclto iltio.iHlncaii, tho
forolpi ronlilcnt. of Ilonolnlir hivo nought to
nlluy ll, n tnny ho noun in tho pnhltnlioil no
counts of tho inrotir'ip;, hicoritly hold In iIiIh
city, ntnl iy tho corrcapotiilonco ftirnlnliud to
tho I'iikas from tho tout of tho kingdom.
It la tho forolKiiar directly, und tho n.n
llvo indirectly, who both togothar oniror Irom
tho cxIhIIii"; Ntuta of tifTilirH, und hk, l) ho
whotiiHoovor ho miy, who pttoniptH to roiro
Hcnt their Jiitororttrt tin uritnonintic or in uny
wny at variunco, or ovon Htrivoa to allow thnt
opIniotiH no wnll hh intorcHtn, nntivo ntnl
foroiirii am not In the mimo hciiIo it tho vvornt
onumy of tho Hiiwniiiin kingdotn.
Tub question hits bceunnkod, very directly,
are wo, or nro wo not froo of Mr. Morotio?
Wo aro informed that this porsonauo stated
to a prominent c(ti7cn of this town, a few
hours before lie loft, that ho would bo buck
horo in a short titno to he re-installed as a
Cabinet Minister. Mr. Moreno also slated that
though ostensibly dismissed from tho Foreign
Office, ho w.ts nevertheless still tho King's
As to tho question asked, nro wo froo of Mr.
Moreno? wo fear wo must answer regretfully
but very positively jVo tro ore not. It is
qtlito truo that tho individual in question has
loft the kingdom, but it is cqua'lly truo that ho
has left in a quasi-official position. The fact
tint ho has gone away empowered to disburso
a largo grant of public money, that ho has tho
nuttiuiized charge of Hawaiian ynutht, (ono a
man of six ami twenty or upwards, and a
member of tho Into legislature, who neverthe
less needs a foreign education,) binds tngothor
tho names of Moreno and Hawaii and confer
upon this man a representative character such
as cannot well bo repudiated.
Whorevcr this man, und theso pupils, go tho
credit of tho Hawaiian government is pledged
as suroly, though perhaps ifbt so safely, as on
tho charactor of tho Hawaiian representatives
in Washington or clsowhoro. Wo sincerely
bopo that tho government may bo informed
from timo to timo as to tho progress and pros
poCts of tho pupils and ns to tho disbursement
of tho monoy, and wo further hope thut this
information when received may bo duly made
public according to constitutional usage.
Another strange manifesto comos out in
to-day'a Jxo Uaicaii Pan Ainu, it boars a
6trong family liker.ess to that which was
handed about in tho strcots Aug. 21st, but
ita direction is still more distinctly vicious.
Kanaka versus iinolo is tho key note of
this most evil paragrnpb. From tbo timo
of Kasiehameiu the First and his friend
and counsellor John Young to tho present
day the foreigners havo been the trusted
advisers of . Hawaiian sovereigns. It has
boeu reserved for the present reign tb tee
attempts mado to sot tho two races in an
tagonism. And regarding tho present
roign, who put His Majesty Kalakaua on
tho throuo not tho natives. Who pre
served tjio kingdom from anarchy V Who
saved tho Capital fiom riot and perhaps
destruction ? Tho friondly officers of tho
foreign men-of-war then in this port. Wo
may depend upon it that should a similar
stato of aflairs recur as 'seems to bo the
object of this writer to bring about, foreign
officials will tako good euro to protect the
lives and interests of their follow country
men, but will not lift a finger to preserve a
justly despised government from a well
Supposo, and tho supposition docs not
noed auy very extraordinary gifts of vati
cination, supposotwo say that the present
univorsal distrust, ayo disgust, at' the ad
ministration of public aflairs spreads up
wards from the Cabinet to tbo Grown ?
Even that Divinity which doth hedge a
King has uot nlways served t;o protect a
sovereign from tho righteous indignation
of a people. Obnoxious uiiniccra t havo
uvuu over uiiei over again usivon out ot
placo by tho weight of public ppiuion. Of
monarohs, what became of Charles I. p
James II. of Eugland ? what befell Louis
XVI. ? Napoleou Buonaparte 1 Oharlos X. ?
Louis Phillipo and Louis Napoleou of
Franco ? Whither wont Strailbrd, Laud and
BolLngbroke P What was tho result of tho
" Stamp Act" by which Kuglaud attempt
ed lo, tax hoc colonies wituotiutbtjr own
sanetiou, they being practically unrepre
Apart from unconstitutional notion wo
.ttiiut most emphatically beg attention to
tlie uiud suicidal policy of "tryfug to arouse
, distrust, a,ud hatred, between the two gnat
branches of the human family, the Poly
niuiau aud the Caucausiau, who haye bu
living here in harmony, aud without auy
taint of mutual distrust or suspicion for
well uigh cwbtary. w ,
Who was JuddP" Who was WHii'?
Under the dynasty of tha Karashatachas,
this qusation was us tr drMmed, of, and tka
kingdom grssIojriahsd. Ktm how
t isdafd t& iim. of .disrii kawcraiysowa
and uurtursd U loolca aWw vyoa with
swsfsiaica hy aU isvtoUifMt Batiyssi aud
iaiat'atsaAiVs'of Iht prasMtgaMra
tiott arc o MatyLUasd, thasks to tbair
foreign lonchom, tb on Irrtam ficrionnlysnnli
unworthy bollon. No itwro grofs milrtilh
couhl bo jmt on pajxir thin lliat In thrno
ilnyn the lltwallan Is rrgardol as a moro
slavo dnsplsctl anil degraded ' Iin this
iiirotiiKnr writrr vlnitcl tho jlouso of A
ncnihty ? has ho ovit tn tlis wll tlrrssr.-d,
wnll-Ui-tlo, Impjiy looking fanllfM trrwplng
into and out of tho vnrious mW;h of wor
ship, melt choofiing for liimrmlf winch
church 1m will frequent, tUcltling for him
rtclf wholhrr hp will hoir a nalivo or a (or
nigii proaclior? IIa hn oior neon tho lint
tnufi, all nntlonnlition litcrilly "pulling U
golhor P" Theft whd Is It who nltornpts to
lot loose tho ilcntrucUro tjogn of raco nni
rnosily, no frlr-ntl to oilW. Wo vnnturo
lo nay that thnro novor was a titno when
untivo titiil furolgiirr were better dinjKjU'd
townnls ono another, ftnl further wo warn
thin wonltl-bo mischiof-niakor that his at-
tnttipts to ralso uji itilwnal ntrifo will bo ns
fntilo an iniquitotiK I r
Tlio following is a Irarinlittion of a por
lion of tho article in tho nntivo jmpor rofor
rod lo :
"During llio lant tor elaya, and up lo llio prt w-nt
time, llmrfl Is nxcitftintat ainonx it ccrtlin ortloii
of tho ixipiilallon of ir Udortd Inml, wltlt Jntiel
ami hiilor talk, )iicrnln(4 tliu great principles
cliwly alfi-cllrig tlm stamJitig oi tlio Jlnvrnllnn
gurorurrioiit, ltsJCImZiU Constitution and Ijixvtii
nml Its tmtlvu i-oplo!
Tlio Klii liss r;iitly niijKjIntotl n. 'now Minis
try, aud opiMiItfon pan arUcn iiKalmtt lhin on tlio
part of certain foroignors, who my "Tlio result
will ho a largo immigration of Clilneso, and tliuy
aro rt bad people." Who first nnt and brought
Clilnoso horo? who ojioncd tho door for them to
ciinu '( who purstindoel I htm to crunu, Ut the num
ber of thousands ? By no meins tho natlte Ha-
waliariH, but tho children of Iinwriii's adoption, tho
foreigners 1 whereore ? Ik-a-inso they il lyi-rtr-d
their oyes from the evil that tnf)it result, and saw
only tlm shining of the ilollnr, thedr jjod whom
the-y worship, for their own sWflsli ptrrvmnl e-nds I
and to-day, they all cry out with n Mod toJco,
"Tho Clifunman is nn ovilj don't bring him
horo 1" Thus, having flrrt filled tho country with
tho Clilneso ; thus having introduced tho dath,
tlioy declare its nature. It is like giving a man n
doso of iralson and" then hypocritically bewailing
him, in order to conc.il tho murdor.
"Kt ni!i un;lii III. oiriibitid hit trait in and
aloha for foreigners, and more in his giving tho
control of governraent to Dr. Jndd, in whom ho
had tho utmost coriiidencv. Truly so ; bnt in those
days there was n 'reciprocal fooling of aloha be
tween tho wliiM'ins and tho redskins. In thoso
d s tho foreigner rog-vrded the riKhts and the privi
leges of tho llaw.tLan and of his country. They
met together, talked together, and livpd together.
Tho foreigner iookod upon the nativo in ibo li'sbt
of a brother; ho,trc.itl him.wcll, and Rave him
friendly iisaistanceS' But in these days, this era of
enlightenment anl process, how Is it 1 Can the
two eras bo compfrod ? In no degree whatever.
Tho nativo Hawaiian is regarded as a mero slave.
Ho Is despised and degraded. Dr. Judd and
others, high la office, wont on tho same road with
tho humble Hawaiian a proof of their lovei but
they aro gone, and, who takes their placo to give
the sign of Iot ? -Wono 'whatever. Not a single
ono is to be fonnd except tho old residents of the
country, such as Jas. I. Dowsett, H. L. Sheldon,
Qeorgo Hnrdy and others, those old residents, aro
counted among trno Hawaiian. In tho days of
Kauikeaouli, " the well belov ed," the sympathies
and tho caro of the foreigner wcro bestowed upon
his red-skinned brpthcrj but in theso days of
Kaalilua ono of tho names of His present Ma
Jasty God ve him tho cares of Iho foreigner nro
for property, and ho regards mostly bis own pock
ets. Tho extent of his regard for the Hawaiian is to
wring from him tho last drop of good that can bo
obtained, after;. which tho Hawaiian can go to his
own end. That is tho truth, fairly set forth ; and
if Dr. Jndd and his associates were now alive they
would testify to tho truth of this. Where are their
descendants ? Where is their oice ?
Allusion Is then made to tho recent address of
Gen. Armstrong, from which .quotations aro mado
with tho comment: "Thes words nro to bo re
gretted." The writer then goes on :
"Truly great surprise and excitement has been
-caused among tho red-skinned Hawaiians by the
actions of certain foreigners of late, who have
given expression to talk1 calculated to disturb the
peace j apparently the Hawaiian heart has sud
denly throbbed, it "has suddenly awakened out of
its quiet sense of long security ; 'Hawaii is filled
with great amazement to listen to tho severe and
bitter words of her adopted children thoso whom
Bhe has rocoived as a mother, saying " Come, you
shall bo welcome, here is food, eat and be filled ;
here ia bedding, sleep; hero is the house, live
therein!" Whon pho perceives tho evil donoto
hor, then she thinks of her own generosity. Sho
thinks of her feeding them and caring for them
when they came wandering hither, and when they
nau obtained their own desires, when they had
grown large and, well-filled, behold that was the
titno whon they should rise up agirinst her with the
desiro to take even tho last romnant belonging to
hor own children the little morsel yet remaining
from their greedy clutch I" Closes with a trans
lation from somo passage of tho poet Bums.
TOPIC OF THE PAY.
The Mongolian element Iu this city is in
creasing so fast. that it willierclong bo neces
sary to issuo a nowspuper in the Chinese lan
guage. Somo printing indeed, has already
beon dono on engraved blocks ono a notifica
tion from Ilollister's Soda Manufactory, re
quiring tho return of empty bottles ; and tho
last, a circular from Flro Marshal McQuiro,
informing our Celestial fellow-citizens as to
tho rules and regulations of his department.
This was engraved on wood by Akana, tho
Chinese poljceiutii), and 00 copicK wero print
ed from tho block. It would be a good idea
for somo of our philauthropiu friends tho Y
M. 0. A., for Instance to send to Hongkong;
lor a lot of Chinese types and a printer, aud
start a paper in that languago, to bo issued
say onco a mouth. As things aro now. the
great mass of flicse people, who are so numer
ous uinoug us and whoso numbers uru con.
stautly increasing, aro necessarily ipiito ig
norant of everything about which the rest of
us aro interested or concerned except " tha
almighty dollar," and John fully "Babe"
' ' ' i v
Wk invito special attention to tho accoun)
of "tho absorption of tbo Bbctet,)' aod'otttlying
Islands by tho French Kopublic, which will
bo fouud ou our fourth page. If we look
round The whole Pacific, what da wo sea I
Franca has taken fsuaswieV of Uis Society
Islands and New Hebrides, and has an eye ou
the Solomon and neighboring groups, Orest
JJritain has tbo Fiji aud haa recently arid! to
them the comparatively resaoto Island of Ro
tuiuah, whence catuo our bast immigrants by
tbo first voyage of the ' Stor.nbird," but now
W course no IciijerT-crultiag grdand for
Hawaii. More" 'tbJio 'great power Is tiikw
donas hava,each proTsd, tbefaselyss iucspsble
of solf-goertner.. Heuce we might tako a
lew: ' IavesHan wl Var setrby idly ajs4
saa Ostir prsatir asBssjeiltaJ, 4 their earp. J
iy iHaseHsaassjftsy.'iaWsyststif. IWtrisSt
wuiiht uhu uiewtssiau
-..-, - nn. . ......,, ,,, .
Atuotitft a variety of avtU rmb sUive to cbooao I
the least, and political evils aro often mcistir
rl by their duration, remedies short and sharp
nroofton applied and a prolonged eUte of ten
sion cannot bo borne by any community
A Ilrltlsb cabinet was onco dr-scrllKyl as
ctnposcd of Iho " (Jteat UnlrlcdltlfMi" though
under tho leadership of the greatest living
statesmen ami In the service of tho most con
"clrtitfously constitutional sovereign tho
world's history hss to show., llrrt, wo hsv
n ministry of my Insignificant tintrl'-dittes
mulcr tho loidershlp of no ono at all In piftl
Mihir. Yo do not know, cnijuot Imagine, what
may bo rooognlr.sblo in llio hitherto career of
tho present-tnltilslors to Justify thoir noinlna
tlou to their rcsjicctlvo posts. Whence has
tho Minister of I'lnatico his knowlcdgo of his
business ? When or whom did tho Minister of
Interior and Foflgn ArTitrs cvlnc his fitnes
for such Important posts? Much nppotnttrjerjls
ns theso are vnry gravo public matters and wo
rojolrjo in scltig them attract yiry gjavo pnb
llu notice, and Ihorotighly agree in tbo univer
sal condemnation they have wet with from all
soctlnns of tho community,
Tjik Hoard of Immigration I at, during tho
jiast year, gono fpilto uxt;tiIl)ly into tholrtis
Incss of procuring lalwrers and hnmlgraniji
from tho Bontli I'stifio Islands. Tho lato Min
istry, ono of whom was ex-oulcJw J'resldcnt of
tho Uo-ird, licllevetl In thoroughly testing tho
theory that tho declining nativo raco of Ha
waii can bo recuperated by the liberal intro
duction of thtso'cogriato races of Occanlca.
Consequently a'good-deal of money has bctn
expended Iu tho purchase, of vessels and tfio
fitting out of expeditions lo procuro this class
of Irmnii'MriU. Notwithstanding tho many
and evident drawbacks to tho scheme, it has
been viewed with favor generally, and tho
new Immigrants havo dono as well on the
wholo as could fairly havo been expected.
Tho experiment however cannot yet be pro
notiiicod it perfect success. The government
has a delicate responsibility as to tho treat
ment of theso uncivilized newcomers, in regard
to which tho oyes of tho civilized world aro
upon us. The newcomers must bo the special
wards of tho government, and their rights In
evury particular must bo jealously watched
and protoctcd. Otherwise wo may some dav
seo our South Sea Immigration schcrno brough
to a sudden and Ignominious end.
We havo been led to these reflections fron
reading, in a lato number of tho Fiji Timo,
a lengthy account (no less than twelvo col
urnns) of the trial In tho Supreme Court i
that Colony of tho ovcrneer of an Kstate
Savu Savn Hay, charged with tho rnarislaiighle
of a " labor boy." It is truo that the defend
ant was acrpiitted, but only after a most thor
ough and exhaustive trial, tho verdict havin
this "rider": "Wo desire to express ou
strong reprobation of the act of the defendan
in kicking even onco bis Polynesian laborer.'
Recently, a Polynesian laborer was shot am
killed by an overseer on a plantation in Kau
Hawaii. A coroner's jury, presided over b
tho Sheriff, returned a verdict after a ver
brief inquiry of justifiable homicide. Mar
tho difference between Iho procedure in th
British Colony of Fiji and in Hawaii nei 1 Th
aflair at Kau occurred after the late Minis
try had retired.
Among the passengers who sailed hence b;
tho ZmUxndin was ono to whom above al.
others tvo desiro to call attention, Gcnerj.
Armstrong, tho son of one of the old, old mis
sionary families here, a man born and ednca
ted (primarily) here, a man who" lias distin
guished himself most notably in war and i
peaco, baa gone away. Would to God that w
had such men here, as he, rising rapidl.
through tho ranks of tho hastily called fort
U. S. volunteers in tho agony of tho war
Secession, he arrived by dint of merit at th
elevated rnnk of General officer. The wa
ended ; General Armstrong sought no place o
emolument, but set bis energetic spirit to worl.
to benefit the newly freed slaves, and to fi
them for tbo franchise granted to them. Then
ho has been spending his time and abilities
and not without most notable result. He camt
down here on a visit to bis mother, his old
school, and any old schoolmate who may re
main; but not only this, he travelled through
tho Islands and every where tnede his mark,
not only as a strong, able out-of-door soldier
but as a Christian civilizer. Wo have not timu
or space to remark in detail on the very ad
mirable address delivered by General Arm
strong recently at tho Lyceum, but can confi
dently recommend it as most worthy of stud
by every one in the community. W0 aresorrj
to hear that Mrs. Armstrong, the General's
mother, has been visited by an affliction amount
ing to almost total loss ef sight; we earnestly
bopo that (he ailment may prove only tem
porary. Waltliam Watoatasa,
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Th V.'altham Watch Company have rta awanled th
.only sold medal jlTm for watchrs at the bjdnry lnlr.
natloual Exhibition, and are the only exhibitors In am
class from the United Slates who have melted tiff,
1 bole Asset for the Hawaiian Islands.
Ma, Jaxis Dopd would rrspeetf ally Inform lbs publle
generally that, havlni; made arrangements with the Hon.
C, II. Jndd for the lease of a suitable beach lot atWal
klkl, he Intends with as Utile delay as posslbl to erect
thereon, a number of sniubls and thoroughly prorlded
HATH HOUSES, for the accommodation of ladies and
ccntlemen, as well at families, where tho luxury of Sta
Balking may b. enyi In all Is perfection. Ills Om
pi Jut will run rgolar)y between the Baths and be City
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as soon aa all th arrani-eiuents aia concludedsay
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Flmntmtlona. Country Stores and Families
And bought from FTB8T H.VXDS FOK CASH,
aaaiu, or oa usual Kinu io panics apnatn-eu. we oarr on niian aao u arnra.
Palace Water White High Tfegt Xeroaeie OIL
Vulcan Water White Above 8UBdard ler sVeQil.
Card Oil, Gator OU. KU Foot Oil. Cylinder
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t lavracktBg, i-ib, i-s, ;tits -c.: .umsios Meass riaairaj, asaoestua moutr worjnaj
letal. Canal lUnxiwaVLacc Leather. Jather fferUsg, , 1. 6. s M sd 13 asteh ,
i Centrifncal Brltiac. n serior artlcto t PiraaraVn Csiaa Kathaa,
a and Snaitha. Ox Bowa. If ali Can Ixlra. MsJa Coiian aaal Haaatsj. Mala Hsmsml J
Hear? Garden Hoca, Iaoo's FUntera' Hoeal Ax MaJMsk MajS)oka, fans BrsIV,
Lfi, tiin o!d raronle ami nniolli UoUna 8tl BrUK "! XO XI Siwl Moftss Ftows,
Eajjlo Kcs Plosx. PIa-rt jr. Hsrae Uosx. a few MOilXE OJsNO FLOWS,
John tere make QK Hoses S-4. 1.1 1-1,11-2 aad Jaw; .,
VesX SunsUrd Mwtou'a CevtrUtral Luxiug, 13 and H amcta, beat qsalitr ; FerUeta Fesajraa,
UrUdvin roec cutler. Eact n npearwsicoa,g; uyman m mnoor Amonra a imi,
Diaaton's txlabrattd Haws, all abtsij SlachinjU' HaaoBa' aad lUacsjaatts Hajcjen.
Barxharoruetera and Sjrop Tbenstocactera, Ost Kails, all aiacs ; Oat Strikes), WroatjM KaaU,
Uorae Shoe, Honso XaiU, Fimabing Nail. " U
A FULL LINE OF
Locka, Batta, Sercwa, lUaisaa. Aiiftwa, Araw iCkia4aw, t C
HaeaitM and Carnac IkOis, beat mausfaatara j ,i i n la.Jak sad JoawtstT FUsawS,
Flows and Uatcb I'Uut. AFsaULtaauf
Paints aud Oils of the Best Epgtisk aid; Apericu
. STJLRLE GOODS, SOOB AS
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KsasMia Dtajj, Far Llaaa rwiaals. Fiaa Mnsnatss, law, Ma. fliil, sWsawM
A SsMsariot Aaanrtaaswt ot Aaaarisma VfaHa
OaW littswr. waCTSI F0 ". CwiassJit MawsffiasaJdJa
eUraMnea. (HsVwsl awaaayaa. atcMam'a Distils. bsM A tisitssr's fiaaa.
Tte aarrta Fancy ant) Waaaia Mrsaast, AMswwia '-n UmUt "
jUaas, Qtsro Maal. Aw, Oiasnai Ffcrajr, Ay AV-, Aa.
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a ruix tisa- or OENTS'
Soarft f Neckties and Bowa
Of tb ls!st strlf snd arwst pattts dlrtct
frorn New Ywk. Als, Insolee of
BElf KERTS BOOTS AW SHOES
A- w. fiicstARrMifsr a- r
l Im Cvrnrr of Fnrt scd Merrnwl Su,
Nicklo Mounted in Sets or Single
Pieces, such as
TeaPote, Coflco Pols,
Cream Jngu, Water Jugs,
Slop Jars, Sugar BowIh,
Tea and Coffeo VrnH, " '
Iron Stone Ware.
Tin store -ware 1 pat lfcetaer sot taj , take tie
eje bat U well issde In rrery ejpett.
$ CROCKERY f
Cnps and Laucers,
Toilet Sets, plain and fancy,
Cheese Covers, - - - -
Dinner and Tea Sets,
Detert Sets, fcc., Ac.
STOVES, H; RANGES,
KOTT sft Cx.
PraeUe: Tin. Co;per and Sheet Iron Workers.
1 JJ Kaahssaan Street, iIoaoSc.lt.
MISS BEKBY Vi'ILIj OPEX A
small School for Girls, to coamesce MONDAT.
MIITZVXjEI: Hh. In addition to tlie cssal tsstractioa
In thrZo;llh hrsnebrs. leasees sslll be girts ia Nerdla
and fancy Work. Bonrs Ircsa UU S. Tunes f 1 per
ircel Corner BereUnla and Alatea Sts. til XI
1000 OALL0I8 OF 8PEEM OIL.
THE rCE ABTICLK SJF BaaBfrailsV. JTUT
on shore from the "Tropic Bird." The OU la
stralue4,aadis asclcarassl sriateas srater. Foraalebr
TM BOLLSS A CO.
rtod wiH b aold for CASH, vita
Oil. FUz Stesun FtsrUs.
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