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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, APRIL 19, 1893.
YPehneshay, April l!).
Stinr 0 It HHiop from AVnianao
Stmr J A Cummins from Koulau
Wi:iisi:sn.v, April 19.
Stinr (1 It IHiliop for Kiluuca, Knlilmvai
Suhr Mol Wnliino for Hmnakun
Sfhr Kauikuaoull for Kohulu
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Am bchrAlioo Cooke, l'cnhallow, for San
Stinr Knala for Wnlannc, AVainlua, Mokii-
Ieia, at !) a m
Cargoes from. Island Ports.
Stinr C 11 llisdiop 1100 bags sugar.
Stmr Kuala 20& bags wugar, 5'J lulls green
hides and 10 pkgs suiulrio.
From Waianao per stmr C It ltisbop,
April IS .ludgo II A Wldciminn, Hiss U
Wideniann and 3 deck.
For Molokai per stinr Mnkolil, April IS
l)r M Goto, 1 Dayton and 1(1 deek.
Kor Maui per stmr Olaudinu, April 18
Sister ISonnvuntura, Mrs Siieneer, lli-s
Davidson, V H Davidson, G 1' Wilder, II r
Harbottlo, Kauimakaole, C 12 Kcmpster,
and several others.
For San KranuUco per schooner Robert
Dewers, April 18 H F Hiiinmorsley.
For Kauai per stmr Mikahala, April 18
MissO h Turner, Mrs D Kahlbaiuu and
child, M 1) MoiiMirrat, K Okotk, Akizaki,
S N Hunillev, S T Alexander, J 65 Wallace,
V Oakley, l!ev Hans Iscnberg ami wife, C
The steamer W G Hall will be due from
windward ports on Friday afternoon.
The bowsprit of the missionary packet
Morning Star has been replaced in posi
The four-iiiutur Itobert I.ewer.s left yos
terday for San Francisco with 11,035 lugs
sugar and t!uU barrels molasses.
The steamer .lames Makee, due to-day
from Kauai, did not arrive. She will prob
ably be in to-morrow, with the steamers
"Wa'ialeale and Pole, all from ports on
The steamer G It llishop arrived last
night. Shu left again to-dav for Kilauea,
Kalihiwai and Hanalel. The lvaala will
leave to-morrow morning tor Waiauae,
Mokulcia and Waialuu.
The schooner Alice Cooko, lVnhallow
master, expects to leave to-morrow for San
Francisco, with "J.'!,3:i0 bags sugar, weigh
ing 2,853,033 pounds, and valued at M,
481.10. (!. Jiruwer & Co. aie the heaviest
LOCAL AND OENEIIAL NEWS.
W. il.Ouiiiiiiifrhain has lost, ti riotf.
A white cabin boy is wauled on
thu schooner Puritan.
Diamond Head. I) n. in. Weather
cloudy; wind fiesli east.
Tliu electric lights went out short
ly after midnight this morning.
The National Guards in command
of Captain Ziegler had drill on
Palace Square this afternoon.
Nothing further has been heard
of tho opium and crown jewels rob
bery, although a few days ago the
trad was reported warn.
The police had a day olf to-day.
not a singlo arrest having boon made.
Tho force are nevertheless on tho
lookout for "those spooks."
One enso of druukouness was tho
only business boforo the District
Court this morning. A lino of $2
and SI costs was imposed.
It is reported that part of tho Mt.
Tantalus road has given way, the
result of tho lato heavy showers,
making it dangerous for trallic.
Tho street crossings are very mud
dy to-day, and tho dudes hang out
at tho comors of the stieets. There
seems to bo a kind of attraction
Houolulu people going to tho
World's Fair should slick tho card
of "The Gorman" in their pocket
books. It is situated only two blocks
from tho main entrance" to tho Fair.
Ask your grocer for the soap made
by tho Hawaiian Soap Works Co. It
is the best and cheapest in tho mar
ket. Don't turn up your noso at
homo manufacture until you have
About fifty balloons were released
from tho Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s
store today. The balloons caught
in tho wires, however, and Pizzicato
tho aeronaut decided to postpone
Camoons Court, No. 8110, Ancient
Order of Foresters, is about to be
instituted in Honolulu. Its mem
bership will be ehielly Portuguese.
Dr. McLennan and Mr. A. V. Petors
aro the promoters.
Dr. C. T. JJodgers has boon ap
pointed Secretary to tlio Executive
and Advisory Councils. Tho doctor
is in clover, drawing tho salaries of
three positions Historical Society
librarian, surgeon to the forces, and
Secretary to tho Provisional Govern
ment. Keiiieinber the sale of a lesidence
on JJerclania street to bo hold at
Morgan's auction room on Saturday,
April 22d, at 12 o'clock noon. Tho
premises are at present rented at a
monthly rental of $-"i0. Tho situa
tion is mio of tho most convenient
in the city.
Mr. E. i! Thomas, contractor, has
secured the contract for erecting a
largo two-story building at the foot
ol Mnunakca street, near the J' ish
markot, for Mr. E. S. Cunha. The
building is to be divided into stores.
This will greatly improve tho ap
pearance in that quarter, one of the
dirtiest holes in town.
Reason for the Present Rise in
Increased Consumption and Shortage in
There was a mooting of tho joint
Council yesterday. From tho finan
cial statement it appeared that $7000
had boon realized from tho sale of
bonds for tho week, and 27,331 from
other sources. Cash on hand was
$158,063.91. Excess of P. S. 1J. with
drawals over deposits was S810.il.
Mr. W. C. Wilder took his seat as
an Advisory Councillor in place of
Mr. MeCanuloss, appointed Tax As
Mr. Damon again objected to un
necessary legislation, in consequonco
of which two bills wore tabled.
Dr. Rodgors was eleetod Secretary
to tho Council, in placo of Mr. J. B.
Castle, appointed Collector-Gonoral
of Customs. Tho Secretary's salary
was fixed at S75 a month.
Dr. F. L. Minor and wife will leave
by the steamer Australia. After
visiting the Worlds rair they will
go to England, for the benefit of
Mrs. Miner's health. Tho doctor
expects to return in three or four
mouths. During his absence his
ollico and practice will be taken by
his brother-in-law, Dr. J. Atohorley,
L.K.C.P., M.K.C.S., London.
The servant's quarters of the
Queen aro to bo cleaned out. Order,-,
have been received by the "ohuas"
to vacate the premises boforo Tues
day next. One of tho natives to
leave the place has been a lesidont
there for over thirty years. As all
tho natives wore dependent on tho
Quemi for support, thoy are turned
out penniless to live on their friends.
To-morrow evening a very pretty
entertainment is promised at the Y.
M. C. A. hall. A dairy maids' con
vention will be hold by tint Y. W. C.
T. U. Novel features will bo intro
duced. Miss Birdie Larkspur and
Miss Winesap among others' will
sing. School children, even if they
have passed sweet sixteen, will be
admitted at half price, admission for
adults being 50 cents.
Chicago to Liverpool in Five Days.
"Within another j'oar tho oceau
voyage between Liverpool and this
country will be reduced to three
days," said Charles L. Taylor of
Toronto at tho Palmer recently.
"Tho Canadian Pacific steamship
lino will run direct to Newfound
land, this routo being nearly a thou
sand miles shorter than tho routo to
Now York. In fact, wo propose to'
land passengers in Chicago five days
out from Liverpool, or in tho saino
timo now occupied in making the
ocean voyage to Now York. A rail
road will bo constructed from New
foundland to connect with tho Bos
ton and Maine road, and passengers
bound for tho United States will be
enabled to take tho short sea voy
age, which is destined to become
the popular route to Europe and
change tho direction of trans-Atlantic
travel," Chwuijo Tribune ,
Ovorheaid in Veut Pockot,
"Hollo!" said tho nickel to the Sit)
bill. "Whut aro you doing hem?"
"Oil, I'm keeping lent, as usual,"
returned the 11) bill.
The more Chamberlain'.. Cough
Ifoniody is used tho better ii is liked.
Wo know of no other remedy that
always gives satisfaction. It is good
when you first catch cold. It ir
good when your cough in heated and
your lungs are sore. Jt is good in
any kind of a cough. We have sold
twenty-Jivo doon of it. and every
bottle has given wdisfaetion. Ktod
maii iV Friedman, druggists, Minue
bota Lake, .Minn, HO cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith A; Co., agents for tho Hawai
At the Kalihi-kai f.air the follow
ing number.- diew the prizes named:
HU, Jiainbow Falls (oil painting);
302, sofa cushion (1); 7ti, bureau
scarf; 317, crochet robe; 81, mantel
clock. Prizes drawn by unsold
tickets are an oil painting of tiie
Volcano, painted cushion, bust , and
sofa cushions (3 and -I). These will
bo put up again. Holders of tickets
are requested to preserve them, as
all aro untitled to another chance.
The elegant box sof.i oillow was not
drawn, owing to the lateness of the
Mr. W. G. 1 1 win lot no time in
improving the old Koil-street church
lot, after the building was demo
lished, 11 mtiKes a notniile addition
to his town residence nlot. The
ground has been smoothly leveled
oir and covered with turf, making
the beginning of a beautiful lawn.
A shapely picket fence has been
eiecled on the Fort and liorotauia
stieet frontages, rounded oil" on the
corner with agreeable effect to the
eye. There is a siico of ground
gained by the public for sidewalk
space from the old line.
My wife wan confined to her bed
for over two mouths with a very t-e
vere attack of rheumatism. We
could get nothing that would all'ord
her any relief, and as a last resort
gave Chamberlain's Pain Halm a i
trial. To our great surprise she be- !
gan to improve after the l!rt appli- I
cation, and by using it regularly she i
was hiiiui able to gel up and id tend !
to house work. K. II. Johnson, of
C. ,1. KiHitsiJii .V Co., Kensington,
.Minn, fit) cent hollies for sale by
all ilenlein.. llnusou, Smith Ai Co,,
agents for tho Hawaiian Islands,
Tho returns from the trade centers
of tho sugar crop of 1892 aro now to
baud, and wo can figure on the pres
ent supply. For some years it lias
been usual to reckon tho world's
sugar crop at something over (5,000,
000 tons, rather more than half of
which is beet sugar, and rathor loss
than half cane sugar. In tho season
of 1891-92 this ligure was oxcoeded,
tho total product boing about G,285,
000 tons, of which 3,-190,000 woro
beet sugar and 2,795,000 en no sugar.
This year the crop is reckoned at
(5,100,000 tons, of which 3,00,000 aro
beet sugar and 2,700,000 cane sugar.
Thus tho world goes into tho season
pf 1S93 91 with 125,000 tons loss
sugar on hand than it had a twelve
month ago. Tho dellcioucy is al
most wholly in Germany. Thoy
write from Magdeburg that tho esti
mated falling oir in the crop may bo
olfset by an increase in tho boot
sugar crop of California, regarding
which they apparently have no in
formation. That crop will not bo
largo enough to cover the deficiency.
There is no article of general uso
whoso consumption increases so fast
and so uniformly with tho growing
of population and civilization as
sugar. Primitive races uso no sugar.
To this day tho Chinaman drinks
his tea, the Aral) his coffee, without
sugar. But as the comforts of civil
ized society develop a demand arises
for sweet solids and sweet liquids
and the demand becomes imperative.
A few years ago tho consumption of
sugar in this country was reckoned
at twenty-live pounds per head; it is
now over sixty pounds. Doctors
used to condemn tho uso of candies;
now they recommend thorn in moder
ation because thoy make blood. By
the admixture of sugar with fruits,
tho life of those valuable products
of tho earth is perpetuated inde
finitely. The apricot of Alameda
becomes worthless in a few days
after it ripens if it is let alone; mix
it with sugar and it will remain a
nourishing and palatable food for
years. Hence every year the con
sumption of sugar increases, and, if
it is to be kept, within tho reach of
the modest purse, tho supply must
bo iqado to keep pace. It, is this
fact which underlies tho uneasiness
caused by the recent roport of a
falling oil in the crop of 1892-93.
For some years in this country the
supply of raw sugar has been so
targe and t lie competition among re
finers so brisk that sugar has been
too cheap to attract attention. At
the close of the war it was dill'erent.
In common with other commodities
sugar then sold at an inflated paper
money value. In 1801 raw sugar ac
tually sold iu Now York at. 25 cents
a pound. Now the same articlo is
only worth a fraction over 3 cents,
and tho standard grades granulat
ed and Standard A are selling at
retail at about f cents, both at Now
York and here. At this price few
people pay attention to the item of
sugar in their grocery bills. But it
may be well to remember that the
prieo is not like the laws of the
Modes ami Persians. The sugar
trade has been so perfectly organiz
ed 13 the sugar trust that on a
slight pretext the price might easily
be advanced. If the returns of 1893-9-1
should show a further reduction
in the crops, it would bo the easiest
thing in the world to mark up the
price of sugar at any rate to the
figures of five or six years ago, when
housekeepers who were addicted to
pies and puddings found their sugar
bills a serious matter.
The situation should teach Cali
forniaus the duty of extending their
beet acreage. Since tho Spreckels
took hold of the beet-sugar industry
it has been a success as a business
proposition. There is big money in
giowiug beets and converting them
into sugar by the new German pro
cesses, which, it is said, enable an
expert refiner, buying his beets at
the present market pi ice, to turn out
refined sugar at a cost of less than -1
cents a pound. There is only one
sign of danger iu the way, ami that
not likely to bo formidable right
awny. That is the posihlo develop
ment of the, manufacture of saccha
rine. Saccharine is a product of
coal tar, which is far less bulky than
sugar and three hundred times
sweeter. When wo say that it is "an
inner enhydriile of oi'llio-sulphamiue
benzoic acid" we have explained
what it is in language suited to the
meanest capacity. It is a white
powder, which can be used in cook-
ii tiie aris ami iu meiiiciue, n
TWO SHOTS EIRED.
Tho Guards Soo Night Prowlors In
tho Palaco Yard.
At 2:15 o'clock this morning n shot
was heard on tho Palace Walk side
of tho Palace yard and n fow minutes
later another pang was heard from
tho Richards street side. Captain
Sehloininor. who was on duty at the
Police Station, hoard tho shots and
immediately made for tho direction
from whonco thoy came. Opposite
tho Government building tho olllcer
mot Captain Zioglor with a squad of
guards coming out of tho Govern
ment building yard, going to investi
gate tho shooting.
Tho guard stationed on the Palace
Walk gate of tho Palace was inter
rogated by tho ofllcors. Ho stated
that while on duty ho had seen three
moil, ono of whom carried a bundle,
stealthily moving among tho bushes.
Tho guard halted them and thoy
stopped. Ho called out to tho cor
poral ol the guaru, wnon uio mon
turned and ran towards the Richards
stroot gate, when ho fired a shot.
Tho guard stationed on that side
was seen later. Ho said that after
ho heard the shot, ho saw two men
running towards the fonco on Rich
ards street, whon ho tired also. Tho
two men then turned and ran to
wards tho Govornmont building and
disappeared in tho darkness. Tho
guard on tho King street sido did
not seo anybody.
Captains of police Sehlemmor,
Juen and Klomnio made a thorough
search of the Palace promises, but
did not find anybody. It is tho com
mon belief that tho guards saw
JSyb. A. ST. Allen
20 Miles from a Doctor
Union of Mr. John P. Parker and
Miss Elizaboth Jane Dowsott.
Mr. John P. Parker and Miss
Elizabeth Jano Dowsott were mar
ried yesterday morning at 11:30
o'clock, at tho residence of the
groom's father, Mr. S.-Parkor, on
King street. Rev. Alex. Mackintosh
of tho Anglican Church solemnized
tho marriage before tho family and
a fow intimate friends. Tho brido
was given away by her father, Mr. J.
I. Dowsott. Sho was plainly but
becoming!" attired in a dress of
plain white silk trimmed with lace,
and by her sido hung a string of
artificial flowers. Sho woro the usual
veil. Prince Kalauianaolo acted as
best man and Miss Helen Parker as
bridesmaid. After tho marriage
ceremony had boon concluded, tho
party retired to a sumptuously laid
out iuau. Two long tables were sot,
at which over fifty invited guests
woro seated. Tho Hawaiian Quintet
was in attendance, playing tho wed
ding march at the coreaiony, also
giving vocal and instrumental selec
tions during tho reception. Many
prominent people woro'prosont.
Tho couple wero escorted to tho
steamer Kinau in tho afternoon by
a host of friends. Thoy loft for
Mana, Hawaii, their future homo.
Tho Bulletin wishes the couple a
happy married life, full of wedded
But Hood's Sarsaparitla was
Equal to tho Emorgoncy
PlctH8y, Chills and Fever Milk
"Alter my baby was born I pot Into very scrl
om condition, lmvlni; pleurisy, clillh ami fovcr,
cradually (loveloplnn lulu milt: leg. Wc llvo "0
miles from a physician mill illd not know ha
to do. Finally nflcr n crent ilonl of (differ
ing I began to tako Hood's Saraaparlllu and
when I was using tho third bottlo I tould tee
It Was Doing Mo Cood.
I continued with another bottle, and recovered
so rapidly that now I nm in good health. I
Hood's s Cures
cordially recommend It as a good medicine."
Jilts. A. SI. Am.en, Terry, Washington.
Hood's Pills cure all l.lver III-), Bilious
ness, Jauudlco, IutllRcstloii. Sk'k Ileadacho.
N. S. SACHS
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
Corsets of Every Description
For Ladies, Misses & Children !
The Well-known P. D. Corsets a A4m
yThe C. P. and R. & G. Corsets
The R. & G. Nursing Corsets, The R. & G. Summer Corsets.
Tliu-u nru Kxtru Long Wnlst ami Well Kitting.
ffladm. Strong's Common Sense Corset Waists
Aru Comfortable niul Very Light In WVlght.
THE P. N. SHORT, RIDING CORSET
The Ferris Good Common Sense Waists
Kor Children, Uest for Health, Comfort mid Wear.
Children's Corded "Waists for 40 cts.
COMK AND SKI'. OL'l!
Beat's All Corset which we are Selling at 50 Gents
A K1KK ASSORTMENT OK
Ladies' Corset Covers in all Styles!
FORTY-EIGHTH ANNUAL REPORT
Tho Invention of a Genius.
A Now York gonitis 1ms invented
n niiieliiiiu for tho holf-iiropulsiou of
ships. It consists of long strong
platforms riggod out on oithor sido
of a vessel that rise and fall with
tho roll of tho waves and oporato a
propeller. Tho motion of these
platforms in a strong sea would bo
similar to that of the pump handles
of the old-fashioned lire engines
when tho "boys" weie "shaking her
up livoty." The inventor thinks that
the tendency of these outriggers
would bo to steady tho vessel ns
well as to force it forward. Thoy
would oporato in a "dead'' calm
nearly as well as in a storm, for thu
ocean is never at rest. iew i ork
Not in His Confidence.
Caller rs Mr. Bizy in?
Ollico boy No. lie's just gone
Callor How soon will ho bo back?
Ollico boy Ho didn't happen to
mention that. You see, I am not ono
of tho firm yot. Guud A'eivt,
The Missing Word.
Yabsloy Did you over tackle any
ol tlioso "Alissing-woru" contests!
Mudgo Yes. Tho missing word
was "yes," but I could not get hor to
say it. lmiiuiiupolin Journal.
A Spring Poem.
Mii.i Sprint;'" ii-ulttin' -msy f'uiu a-lmvin'
her own way.
Doy'vu liin u-writlii Minps about 'it ho,
An' her vanity U flattered toll it's jt'as us
plain as iluy
Muiwi Aliiiaimu can't losi her any mo'.
Thu uiHlcr-.igned are prepared to iivu in
tending Tourists the advantage of a
Special Round Trip Rate
FROM HONOLULU TO
New-York Life Insurance Co.
JOHN A. McCALL, President.
STXLOULAJRrX- OF REPORT:
BUSINESS OF 181)2.
Premium ruuotuo $:r),f)10,l i:,.J :
Interest, Kents, etc ;i,S9(5,'17fl J 0
Total Income, - - - $30,936,590.83
Dunth Claims $7 ,890,580.29
Endowments and Annuities 2,484,-132.29
Dividends, Purchased Insurances, eh; 0,013,990.75
Total' to Policy-holders, - - $13,995,012.33
Number of Now Policies Issued 00,250
Amount of New Insurance Wrillon $173,005,070.00
CONDITION .IAN. 1, 185)3.
Assets, .... $137,499,198.99
Liabilities, i Percent Standard $120,091,250.89
Number of Policies in Force 224,008
Amount of Insurance in Force $089,248,029.00
PROGRESS IN 1802.
Increase in Benefits to Policy-holders $ 1 ,1523,521.45
Increase in Assets 11 ,551 ,908.18
Increase in Surplus 1 ,003,92479
Increase in Insurance Written 20,940,OSS.OO
Increase in Insurance in Force 00,105,451.00
General Atjent for the Hawaiian Jxlamln.
OONNKDTION WITH THU STKAM
KltS OK THK
Subscribe or tit?
ai'ntx iter month.
i. fill t illi.fl fn t f Hirtiiljtw.: mill it Iim Ot'S
tlin mlvmitnirit nun' smnir i luii it for the Hawaiian
- --n -- r--- - -
docs not produce fat. At present
tlimo ih only one factory on the
Klho, in (ierinany -engaged in its
in. tiiiifiu-t in o, 1ml when it is success
fully introduced to public notice
others will be established, and by
and by it iiinv become as I'aiiiiliar to
the public i ntttipyriuo. Under
pi i. -mil conditions it is important
that the beet -.sugar interest be en
couraged, cither by homilies on the
homo product or duties on the for
eign product .--.S'uii 1'ruiirinco Call.
Tho inanv cases of rheumatism
cured by Chamberlain's Pain Balm
during the past fow mouths have
given tho people groat conlidonco
in its curative properties, and have
shown that there is one pioparation
that can bo depended upon lor that
painful and aggravating disease.
llouaker liros., Lorain, Ohio, say:
i 'Ur. Moses Price, of this place, was
troubled with rheumatism for a long
time. Chamberlain's Pain Balm h;r.;
eured him. lie says that the Balm
has no equal." For halo by all deal-
JJeusou, binilli & (Jo., agents
OCEANIC STEAMSHIP COMFY
Of San Pranoisoo
UNION STEAMSHIP COMP'Y
Or T-w Zealand.
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
HAVE JUST Ol'KNKli OUT A Ullull'K DISI'I.AY OK
CmV Kiirthur iurtluuliiri
limy lo Imd
Etc. Etc. Etc.
!,Alt(li: ASSOUTMKNT OK
Daily llulletin, 60
CABIN BOY WANTED.
Win. G. IRWIN & CO.
1 YY i
HOY. NO KXl'KUI-
kui-k nci'iU'cl. Apply on lionnl
has been won
,,- ,', ,.,-.' ,,,-
bv Hoods 1'ilU for their ea-v, yet
elllcicut action. ,-hiIU
gists. I'rico 2."i coins.
IIIII.IAIII.I-: MAN TO TAKi: CAItK
u( Hnr-e.-i niul uiiiUti IiIiiim-K i:uii-
I'rally iituful. A iii.ly tn
TUl-lf 13, ti. ri'NJIA.
(Xi VfefclH A w A
General Crockery and Glassware !
iF'ron.oli Centex Hugs,
French Sofa. I-ugs,
Freiacla Door IRtaga,
French Stair Carpets In Latest Designs, French Iron Beds, Double and Single; Baby Cots
Sets of Telescopic Card and Faucy Tea Tables !
Basket Trunks, Steamer Trunks, Woodon Trunks.
TO fl.r.AU Ol T CONHKINMKNT
American & English Bicycles
W.MU'KI KIMl' :
by all tlruj,'-
Jlawaiitiu drama for InM
tlioMiasou Saturday iii'lit.
vurtimiiiient on fourth paijo.
l.lver Mini Vliili I'uinhT
lluj!, Iintl collar on when
Iiiki M'i'ii. Itmurii to V. M.
1 Oiiiiiilliulmin, Aiutliur Huluuii,;
i niul nti'uivu it imwini.
Por S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon
IT. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
IB. -&1. EHLERS &c GO.
S3 ITORT STR.EJEIT.
AKTKIt TAKINU HTOOK Al.b K1N1),S Ol- -
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At hull tho former cost.
"Vel-vet 3s S:n3.-yrria, Rugs
Iu nil l!v un-atly mliuvil.
Woolen Goods in Plaiu, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost 1
lf in met wo oiler liiuneiiKi llaruum In nil Dopurtiui'M,
1ST" Dreumaklag Dudor the Mtoageuiaut ol MISB K. GL&RK. Jl