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VOTE EARLY AND OFTEN.
Vol. Vni. No. 1531.
HONOLULU, H. I., MONDAY?-' MAY It, 1900.
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Reinstate Deal in
the Business Center
Frank Hnstnco, It was understood at
noon, has purchased from Bruce, War
ing & Co, the Bruns property In Berc
tanla street, adjoining tho site of N.
S. Sach's proposed business block at
tho corner of Fort street. It has n
frontage of C4 feet and a depth of 140
feet. The price Is between $35,000 and
IVV1LEI CUTTING AFFRAY.
Tho Ishrbrothcrs, Japanese, have
just been arrested on tho chargo of as
sault with 'weapons on a countryman
ncus: tho now Japanese settlement, Iwl-
Tho weapons used were knives.
Icum was cut about tho arm,
hd and head and Is now In chargo of
Japaneso' physicians. Tho poor fellow
was pretty badly used up.
By tho will of tho lato Henry Wil
cox, probated tho other day in Kauai,
the sum of $10,000 Is lclt to each ono
of tho brothers. Judgo Wilcox receiv
ed tho news by tho W. G. Hall Satur
day. Australia's Passengers.
The following are booked to leave jn the
Australia to-morrow afcernoon: K W.
Kohl. J. H. Jones, wife and Infant, Mr.
and Mes. A. P. Jackson, Fritz Wilhelm,
Mrs. A.'Smlthles, child and maid, Mrs.
A. F. Cooke and two children, Mrs. C. M.
Cooke and two children, Antone Fernandez
wife and child, Mr. and Mrs. A. Younjj,
Miss F. E. Bishop, Mrs. W. L. Decoto,
Mrs. Jamss Scott, child and maid, Miss J.
Deyo, Mrs. Watt, Mrs. Jas. Campbell,
Mrs.E.S.Cunha, MIssTully, J.D.AImoku,
M. Bright, Win. Morris and wife, W.
W. Bruncr, F. Barwlck, R. a. Mooro,
Sam Baldwin, J. P. Cooke, Clarcnco
Cunha, Jos. F. Morgan, J. M. Johnson,
Miss M. D'Amor, Mrs. Ellison, E. J.
Ward and wife, Miss M. Young, Mrs.
W. A. Wall, child and maid, Hon. H.
P. Baldwin nnd wife, Miss M. H. Krout,
Mrs. H. D. Wheeler, W. B. Allen, W.
CfRcad, Mrs. L. C. Abies and two chil
dren, Miss L. Baldwin, J. n. Hlgby,
MIss noso Duffy, P. Schneider and 72
in tho steerage.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
ons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
1st Prlzo Cleveland Bicycle, bTO.
. The winner of the ist prize Is at liberty
to choose between models 00, 92 and 94 of
the 1900 Cleveland Bicycle. Model 94 Is
t road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing 22 lbs , and
Model 90 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
of the Honolulu Bicycle Co., agents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles'
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
2nd Prize, Singer Sewing Ma
The winner of this prize may choose
Between these three stvles of machines:
that with oscillating shuttle and top cover,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automatic," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. IScr
gerscn, sole agent for the Hawaiian
Brd Prize, Prcmo Senior Camera,
4x5, with Outfit $40.00.
1 The Premo, Sr., has Double Swing
lanrif. Double Slldlne Front, and Rack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
osedwlth either Plates or rllms. ine
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
v. r Iah.h Civ.. Mannttiti. Rlj-lf
1 rays, ltcvciumci, .-.. mwui. ";"i
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the Photo-
Supply Co., sole agents.
(tli Prize, a Zonophonc, the Lat
est Improvement on the Gramo
. phone, with O Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
elected from the stock of the Berftstrom
Music Co., sole agents for the Hawaiian
The folibwIfiB conditions of the contest
oust be observed : J "N
1. All subscriptions must be prepaid at
least three months in advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In tills contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
'"bona fide addition to the subscription lists.
1 3. Subscriptions should be sent In as
oonas secured, together with the name
1 id address of the person to whom the
ibscrlptlon Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
ddress of each nf w subscriber.
Subscription Kaies: 8.oo per year,
2.oo for three months; strictly In advance.
niia TOATRTtMAN IDEAL FOUN
TAIN PEN. All slies, all shapes. H. F. '
Ground was broken tills morning, at
tho foot of Kalulanl drive, for tho Pa
cific Heights electric railway
THE CONSTITUTION AND LAW
Will Be Published (or Benefit of All
Expenditures Under New Appropriation Acts
Authorized -Harbors and Roads Work
of tbe Executive Council.
"Resolved, That tho Minister of tho
Interior bo requested to publish tho
Constitution ot tho United States, tho
Joint Resolution of Annexation, tho
Territorial Act, nnd tho Laws of Ha
waii as affected by tho Joint Heoolu
tlon of Annexation nnd tho Territorial
Act In ono volume with proper Indexes.
"Resolved, That tho rules nnd regu
lations for administering oaths nnd
holding elections as revised by Con
gress bo published In .110 publication
referred to In tho above resolution and
also that they bo published In a sopar-
"Voted, that 1,000 copies or tho publi
cations referred to In the nbovo resolu
tions bo printed."
Tho foregoing Is tho nctlon tnken by
tho Executive Council for enlightening
tho public with regard to tho govern
ment of tho Territory of Hawaii.
A communication from tho Superin
tendent of Public Works, regarding tho
erection of a building nt Berctanla and
Punchbowl streets without a permit,
was1 referred to tho Attorney General.
Applications from tho Rapid Transit
Co. for permission to lay Its rails on
King street, from Victoria street to
Wnlklkl road, and between LUlhu
street nnd tho road running to tho Kn
mchamcha premises nt Walpllopllp,
with petitions from property owners,
wero referred to tho Attorney General.
Voted that tho Minister ot tho Inter
ior bo authorized to make tho expendi
tures under Act 2 of tho Council of
State, according to the items contained
In a letter from Mr. Rowell, with the
exception of $13,000 for addition to
Post Office, Honolulu.
Tho Auditor General was Instructed
to annrovo all Items marked "unpaid
bills" under Acts 2, 3 and 4 of tho
Council of State.
Tho Minister ot the Interior waG au
thorized to make tho following expen
ditures, amounting to $117,700, under
Act 4 of tho Council of Stato: Harbor
Improvement, $25,000; Sowcrago for
Hllo, $3000; Roads, Puna, to complcto
contracts, $3000; Roads, Kau, $5000;
Roads, South Kolmla. $5,000; Roads,
North Kohala, $3,500; Roads, Maka
wao, $5000; Additions to Honolulu
Water Works, Palama pumping plant
$25,000; Diamond Head Reservoir ana
Water Works, $10,000; Hllo Water
Works, $5,000; Walohlnu Water
Works, $1,000; Wnlluku and Kahulul
Water Works, $20,000; Fireproof
Tho Minister of the Interior was
granted leave of nbsencc for thrco
Tho matter of taking Band from the
beach at Walklkl was referred to tho
WIDE REACHING DECISION
Colonel Rooke having won tho big
suit just decided against tho Queen's
Hospital, tho following cases com
menced by Trustees D. P. BUhop Es
tnto have been discontinued against
tho following persons now holding
property whoso title Is In question,
thoy having purchased cither from tho
Into Queen Emma or her successors:
David Dayton, Mrs. Kathrin Singer, E.
M. Carter, Mary M. Seabury and J. O.
,Tho following annuitants under tho
will of tho lato Queen Emma nro nlso
affected by tho recent decision of tho
Supremo Court: Miss Lucy Peabody,
$000 per annum; Mary Llwal, $300 per
annum: Graco KahoalU (now Mrs.
Pllanala) $300 per annum, nnd St. An
drew's Priory. $000 per annum for
scholarships to Hawaiian girls.
Prlnco Albert K. Kunulakea will also
bo afTected by tho decision. Ho was a
residuary legateo under tho will of
Queen Emma and was In receipt nn
nunlly ot something between $1500
Renew 6uai Contracts.
Meetings ot tho Klhel and Hawaiian
Sugar Companies wero held today, at
both of which tho matter of renewing
sugnr contracts for tho year wero dis
cussed and tho agents ot the compan
ies wero authorized to renew all sugnr
contracts horetoforo In force. Tho Ha
waiian Sugar Co. met In tho morning
at 11 o'clock and tho Klhel Co. this af
ternoon at 2 o'clock.
HONOLULU : SCHOOL
Day and Night Classes
Rooms u-u, jrd rioor ( 9 A, M. p, m
Hour I j:j-:o p. m,
FAVORS SPECIAL SESSION
W. 0. Smith Thinks Important Hatters
Should Be Acted Oo.
Washington Officials Disposed to Leave tbe
Territory to Itself Eventualilles Con
sldered la Framing tbe Law.
Hon. W. O. Smith was seen this
morning In rcgnrd to tho feeling In offi
cial circles in Washington as to tho
changes necessary Jn tho local govern
ment under tho Territorial bill. Mr.
"My Impression Is that It Is tho un
derstanding of Congress and the Wash
ington administration that tho local
Territorial Government will attend to
nil of Its own affairs; that any apparent
conflicts nrlslng under tho Hawaiian
statutes, by reason of new conditions,
will be adjusted here; that any mat
ters of tnls nature, requiring legisla
tive action, will hnve to bo provided
for by tho Legislature of tho Territory.
I consider that, In ndditlon to this, oth
er mnttcrs which aro capablo of adjust
ment by tho executive will bo arranged
by the Governor.
"It wns very pleasant to find tho
great confldenco which tho Washing
ton administration had In tho existing
Government of Hawaii and In the Ha
waiian community. Many of tho mem
bers of Congress, especially thoso who
were conversant wlth-condltions In Ha
wall shnrcd In this feeling. They nil
seemed to have a high cstlmato of the
public spirit ot tho Hawaiian com
munity." "What nro your views nnd those in
Washington as to tho need of calling
an extra session of the Hawaiian
Legislature?" asked tho Dullctin man.
"As I said," replied Mr. Smith, "thu
peoplo In Washington will Icavo tho
matter to tho peoplo of tho Territory.
My own view Is that It will bo desir
able to call a special session of the
Legis,aturo as early as practicable. An
ticipating tho necessity for such action
wo presented amendments to thoso In
charge of tho bill, which would permit
the calling of such a session before the
regular cession. Tho first regular elec
tion Is to bo held In November noxt
and tho first regular sosslon of tho Ter
ritorial Legislature will be held In
"Beforo work could be accomplished
at the regular session, It seems to me
It would bo very deslrnblo that legisla
tive action on certain matters of Im
portance should be had. In fact, In
view of tho possibility of n specla ses
sion ot tho Legislature not being held
until 1901, wo presented another
amendment, which Is embodied In Sec
tion 52 of tho bill as follows:
'Section 52. That appropriations, ex
cept as otherwlso herein provided, shall
bo mado biennially by tho Legislature.
Provided, however. That pending tho
tlmo when this Act shall take effect
and until a session of tho Legislature
of tho Territory of Hawaii Bhall bo
held, the President may, In his discre
tion, nuthorlzo and direct tho uso of
such money In tho Treasury of tho Re
public of Hawaii as well as of tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii, as he shall think
rcqulslto nnd proper for carrying on
tho government of the Territory of
Hawaii, tho preservation of tho public
health, tho completion of tho sowcrago
system of tho city of Honolulu, and
such other expenditures ns in tho Pres
ident's Judgment shnli seem to bo np
Racing Prospect Slight.
Wnlluku, Mny 11. Three times the
members of tho Maul Rnclng Associa
tion attempted to hold a meeting In or
der to discuss the program to bo car
ried out for the races at tno coming
Fourth of July meet, but each attempt
has met with failure. Secretary Geo.
lions will ukely exert his utmost to
have a meeting during tho coming
week, nnd If that also provo a failure,
tnero win uo no races at luumiui race
track this year, nnd our Bpbrts will
likely take In the Hllo races on tho
Branch Liquor Store.
Walluku, May 11. J. D. Holt Is In
Wailuku this week and has selected a
slto tor n branch liquor Iioubo In thU
town. Tho site Is at tho corner of
Main nnd Market streets, on land own
ed by Senator Kepotkal. Tho building
will be of wood with corrugnted roof
For flno full dress shirts at $1.00 each
L. D. Kerr & Co., Queen street. These
shirts aro strictly high grade as to i
BERGSTROM IMXTSIO OO.
THE KAMALO CONTROVERSY
Decision of DlssatisOed Stockholders to
Reject the Compromise of Directors.
Alleged Wltbboldlog of Information by Leaders
From Followers Payment of Assessments
Would Hake Things Move.
At their meeting on Saturday even
ing, tho discontented stockholder! of
Knmalo Sugar Company decided to re
ject tho offered compromise of tho di
rectors. Somo of tho latter nro now
talking ot, calling a meeting ot all
stockholders, to ascertain how many
of thoso delinquent nro willing to pay
up their assessments. Ono director
told a reporter that ho believed many
of them wero witling to pay up, but
they 'had been deceived by tho leaders
of litigation In matters of fact.
Tho fact had been kept from them
that Frank Hustncc had, nt tho outset,
offered to put up bonds in $35,000 to po
cure the rights of dissidents nnd nil
concerned pending tho outcomo ot liti
gation. It any considerable) propor
tion of tho nssesssments were paid up,
tho outstanding obligations ot the com
pany would be met nnd tho work of '3o
velopment proceed with vigor. There
wns no doubt, In any quarter, that tho
plantation wns a good proposition.
It Is nlso stated that Mr. Hustacc nud
associates would have beforo now put
up tho required money for making
things go, but wero deterred by tho
pugnaciously, uncompromising nttltudo
assumed by the discontented stock
holders. ART LEAGOE ACTIVITIES
Ail indications point to great .meeess
for tho spring exhibition ot the Kilo
liana Art League. Every effort Is be
ing made to havo tilings pleasant for
tho visiting public ns well as members.
First view for members will bo on
Monday ovening next. As there Is not
enough current for both lights nud ele
vator at 'once, tho elevator wllHw run
for an hour beforo opening. T6kecp
thoso coming early in cheerful coun
tenance tho reception committee will
provldo a musical prelude for the wait
Tho exhibition will contain a pleas
ing variety of art. It will bo very far
from liable- to Judgment ot sameness
compared with former exhibitions.
Thero will bo ngreeablo surprif.es, nud
It Is not deslrnblo to tako their edge
off by anticipatory description. The
directors of the League havo great
plans for tho future ot the Instlutlon.
Monthly entertainments by tho differ
ent circles nro likely soon to develop.
Ono of tho best ideas, however. Is that
of starting a permanent art Instltuto
In Honolulu, which, besides Its refining
Influence locally, would bo an attrac
tion for visiting traveler and tour
ists. Pictures ol Forests.
In response, to n request from thi
Department of Agriculture nt Wash
ington, Commissioner ot Agriculture
David Hnuglis is getting together n
series of fifty pictures of Hawaiian for
ests. Mr. Haughs and a photographer
went up Tantalus Saturday and theio
secured a number of excellent pic
tures. Tho Department nt Washington, In
exchango for these, will send a collec
tion of fifty pictures showing forests
in tho Stntes.
Considers the Source.
Wo know nothing about the alleged
Republican mnchino In Honolulu, If
there be such a thing. Tho fact that
tho Advertiser says It Is smashed
causes us to bcllevo that it isn't. Tho
fact that tho Advertiser Is pouring out
upon it nil Its assorted vials ot wrath,
contempt, ridicule and nbuso, leads us
to suppose that It must havo at least
several redeeming fentures.
Walluku Water Works.
Wnlluku, May 11. Tho now road
crusher for Wnlluku and Kahulul has
been moved up to Wnlluku now and
will bo used to crush tho stones requir
ed for building tho now reservoir for
tho Wnlluku water works.
TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Wo will hold a reduction salo in
ovcry lino, commencing from Mny 5th,
1000. Call In and Judgo for yourself:
Iwakaml, Hotel street.
FIFTEEN YEARS' SENTENCE
Punishment of Kalana for W W.
Dlmond & Co. Burglary.
Njt Prosecuted for Burglary at Kerr's -Process
of Uegan Trial-Increased Allowance
for Minors Rtqneited.
Knlunn, who pleaded guilty last
Monday to burglary committed In tho
store of W. W. Dlmond & Co.'s store,
wns sentenced by Judge Stanley today
to bo imprisoned nt hard labor for tfta
term of fifteen years. His plea to burr
glary In L. II. Kerr's store wns no
taken. Deputy Attorney General I)oIe!;
asking for n 11 olio prosequi In this case,
which was granted. Leon M. Strnus3
Dill Santos nllns Peter Fcrnnnd.sz
pleaded guilty to carrying concealed
weapons, and Judge Stnnley fined Urn
$5 with $3.50 costs. E. P. Dolojtor
prosecution; J. M. Vivas for defendant.
Amelia Richardson, mother of Ruth
nnd Georgo Richardson, minors, peti
tions for nn lucrcaso of allowance for
their support, education nnd malnten
nnco from $2,000 to $3,200 n year be
ginning from Mny 1, 1899.
Tho trial of the test case of tho 29
damage suits of Hogan's Minstrels
against tho Canadian - Australian
Steamship Company has no prospect of
concluding this afternoon. Plaintiffs
have eight moro witnesses to put. 0:1
tho stand. Judge Davis talks ot a
night session. On Saturday the evi
dence of Captain Hemming nnd Purler
Cnrponter of tho steamer Mlowern wns
taken while that ship was In port. The
captain's testimony was that he, had re
fused plaintiff's passage to Victoria be
cause ho had no room for them; deny
ing absolutely that ho drew the color
lino against them. "Thoy wero all my
friends," Is ono thing Captain Hem
ming said. Tho purser's testimony wns
Interesting from the fact that witness
was a clerk In tho defendant com
pany's agency at Sydney, nnd ns such
made the bargain with plaintiffs, for
their through passage to Victoria.
They took stecrngo tickets with a. re
duction and certain privileges besides.
Witness had warned them that If they
stayed over nt Honolulu It would bo
at their own risk.
Maul Social Events.
Wnlluku, Mny 11. There wns a pol
supper at the home of Miss Katie nnd
Mr. W. H. Cornwell Jr. nt Walkapu
Inst evening, nnd n largo number of tho
young friends of' tho host nnd hostess
turned out nnd all enjoyed tho fun of
tho evening. There was a dance nftcr
Thero wns a meeting of Aloha
Lodge, Knights of Pythias, at their
Wnlluku hall last Saturday ovening.
Routine business wns transacted, and
somo now members wero ndmlttcd.
Mr. nnd Mrs. Chns. A. Ilallcy of Wal
luku gnvo a limit last Saturday even
ing, .May Cth, In honor of their Infant
child's birthday. Tho lunu was very
largely attended by the mnny friends
nnd relatives of Mr. nnd Mrs. Ilnlley.
Mrs. Ilallcy was formerly Miss Nelllo
Lincoln of Honolulu, daughter or Con
Bow WonjJ Notes.
Lung Klial Chew (not Leung Clii
Tso) tho Chinese reformer who went to
Hllo, is expected back at tho end or
tho week. His object In going to Ha
waii Is to organize a branch of tho Dow
Wong society. Advices received from
ellnblo sources by the Klnnu, stato
that Mr. Leung Is succeeding very well,
Tho How Wongs nre watching very
closely tho vnrlous matters that per
tain to members of their society.
Ono of these Chinamen was arrested
tho other day for using profnno lan-
guago In tho presence of Sirs, l.l uno
ong nnd, when tho case camo up in tho
Pollen Court, nt least twenty How
Wongs wero seen seated together In
tho back part of tho room.
Tulk Among Athletes.
A great many of tho athletes arc In
terested In tho matter of nrrnnglng for
n meet on the Oth or 11th of June, to
bo held In connection with tho races.
It is thought that such event's as run
ning nnd hurdle races as well ns others
that could bo observed without trouble
by peoplo in the grandbtands, could be
brought In so ns to greatly onhanco tho
plensuro of tho day by adding variety
to tho usual proceedings.
A mllo walk would afford n great
deal of excitement nnd n lot of men
enn ha found who will willingly entor
into such nn event.
Tho proposition Is being talked up
among tho nthletes who hopo that
proper arrangements can be made.
Y. M. C. A.
All women who nro Interested in tho
organization of tho Young Woman's
Christian Association nro requested to
meet nt the Y. M. C. A. Hall Thursday
Maui Planters Combine
to Secure Good Labor'
Wnlluku, Mny 11. While this town
was bright with tho holiday celebra
tion of tho Japanese on Wednesday,
tho plantation managers of tho Island
wero holding an Importnnt meeting at
tho residence ot Manager Wells of
Wnlluku plantation to discuss the la-'
bor situation. Thoso present wero W.
F. Poguc of Klhel. Unrkhnuscn ot Kl-
pahulu, llaldwln of Hnmakuapoko,
Llndsny of Pain, Lowrlo of Sprcckcls
vllle, Ahlborn of Iihalna nnd Wells of
Tho whole situation wns thoroughly
canvassed and recent strikes ot Japan
ese discussed. The nctlon of the La-
halna nnd Olowalu managers In nc-
cecdlng to tho demands of strikers was
severely criticised. The following reso
lution wns passed:
Resolved, to nrganlzo n lnbor bureau
with an ofllce nt Wnlluku under tho
control of trustees from tho phintcrx
to bo superintended by n good pnld'
manager. All labor for tho plantations
Is to bo employed through this Durenu.
Pussl)ooks with various dntn to bo giv
en each man nnd In case ot dlschargu
the cause of the discharge to be clear
Further details and tho tlmo of tho
inauguration ot this system Is to Ito
governed by the final uctlon of tho
United Stntes Congress on Hawaiian
Dlsnppcnrnnce ol 6800.
Purser Anderson ot tho strnmer Ka
uai that arrived in port Sunday morn
ing states (lint $S00 wns stolen from his
room while tho steamer was at Klcelo,
Kauai, a week ago Friday. Marshal
Drown, who has the matter In hand,
had the following to say today:
"Anderson says that, whllo at Eleclo
on tho -1th Inst, he went nshoro and re
mained nil night, carelessly leaving tho
key In his stateroom door. When ho
got back nboard tho next morning tho
sum of $800, consigned to n Chlnnmnn
nn Kauai, was missing. Ho Immedi
ately wroto to the Intcr-lslnnd Co.
about tho matter."
Marshal Drown has his suspicions
but does not care to divulge the matter
nt tho present time.
Thero wns a lively runaway down
Llllha street this morning. A Japan
eso left his horso and brako standing
In tho street without tying thonnl- ,
mnl. Becoming frightened, tho horiW.'
bolted nnd made for King street. "Ar
riving thero, tho brako collided with a
dray driven by n Chinaman. Tho
horses became frightened and, in
swerving, threw the Chinaman to tho
ground with slight Injuries. Patrol
man Parker caught tho runaway horso
nd arrested the Japanese.
The first meeting of the Knmeha
mchn Alumni Association slnco tho
outbreak of tho plague, will bo held In
the club house on Fort street nt 7:30
o'clock this evening. Every member Is
earnestly requested to bo present as
the business of tho meeting Is to bo tho
mnttcrs of formally opening tho house
nnd ot examining Info tho lease of the
ground upon which the liouso stands.
COPIES OF THE TERRITORIAL
LAW MAY HE OBTAINED HY PLAC
ING ORDERS AT THE BULLETIN
OFFICE OR NEWS AGENCIES. FIVE
CENTS A COPY.
Gent's Hermsdorf dye black box su
perior quality, two pairs for 25 cents,
at L. D. Kerr & Co.'s, Queen street for
ono week only: don t fall to sco them.
A LARGE SHIPMENT OF
.... Just opened by the
Manufacturers' Shoe Co.
Our stock is now replete with good fits.
Rood style and good wear.
If you cannot come in with your
children, send them In and they will re
celve just tic same care and attention
and their eet will be just as carefully
fitted, as If you were with them.
We. flt the foot ,; you- foot th.
yu that btth wl" "
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