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4 7" 1 '. " THC tVLNIKQ JUlM.tUJjN. liQjNQlilJLU ... I.i 5A1UII..AY, MJ'tKMHIJM 8, Ioto. m F rv lik 4' 0L.U.C. AUIbion Kid A. V Judd. Jr ) ATKINBON & JUDD, Attorneys nnd CouUBollora at Law. Me cer lllnhop Ac t'o'a Hank ct f AMttKtnu mil Merchant HUrrt SE0.A. DAVIS 0E0 D. GEAH i DAVIS & GEAR ttterneyi and Counicllon tt Law KKM 302, 20), 102, Judd HulldlnK, r;of. Full anJ Merthant St., Honolulu CHARLES F. PETERSON. 4.ttornoy at Law and Notary Public. Kaahumanu Strict J. M. KANKAKUA, Attorney and Couithullor nl Law. MIm: In the Occidental Hotel, mar of King and Alakea Btreets, T. B. Acal. Enoch Johnson. A0HI&.TOHXS0N, Attorneys and Counselors at Law. Mm No. 10 West King Street . Telephone S84. B.A.MOTT-SMITH, ATTORNEY. MOVED TO THE JUDD LOCK, FORT STREET. SnrgME.Plif slclans md Dentists. DR. W.B.TAYLOR, Has removed to Betetanla street, opposite Hawaiian Hotel, from comer of Richard and Beretanla streets. j5otim Tel. 517. Hountotoj. DR. C. A. PETERSON Has re-opened his office at . . . 26 Emma Street fcrll A..U.1 ,j-4i'..n- Hours TtLLHIONb: 49J DR. E. C. WATERHOUSE Office and Residence: star Alapal. : : : : : King St., : r : : : : lOrrici Hoiks 1 10 11 a m. 1 10 1 p M. not I' n, SVKDATt t i" 10 II JO A. M. TELEPHONE o)i. WHITE. ij Dr. W, J. Galbraith, 1 and Residence: Beretanla and Uakea etreeta. Me Hour: 8 to 10 a. m.; 2 to m.; 7 to 8 p. m. TELEPHONE SO!. IRt WALTER HOFFMANN. JBMTAMIA BTREET, (oppoalte the Hawaiian Hotel.) iMafkona 110. F. 0. Box SOI. Mm kouri, 8 to 10 a. aa.; 1 to S g. .; T to t p. sa. Sundays, 8 to 11 a. m. DR. 1. 1. SINCLAIR treat, between Emma and Fort. Baare: laali.i I to 10 a. m., 2 to 4 p. .; Sundays, 9 tq 10 a. m. DR. R. 1. MOORE, Dentist, Dflca: 222 Hotel Street OBc Hours: 9 to 12 and 1 to 4. A. C. WALL, D. D. S., O. E. WALL, D. D. S., DENTISTS tore Building, Fort Street I to 4. Telephone 4S4. PERFECT , HINTING 1 BODUCED f ROMPTLY ' TELEPHONE 2000 Prepared to fill or. ders until 4 p. m Saturdays. . . , Tne MERCAHTILE PRINTING COMPANY, Limited. Queen Street, Corner of Fort Street DIAMOND And other Rings, Watches, Brace lets, Pins, and an extensive variety fJrvelry. EI. Gr. BIA.B,a Manufacturing Jeweller 401U FORT STREET. P W. THRUM Surveyor. , ROOM NO. 10, SPRECKELfl BLOCS Plantation Work a Specialty. 1233 Subscribers to the BUL LETIN not receiving their pa pers promptly will confer a favor by notifying the 'Busi ness dice, Telephone 156. lm ftfid Witt Mm, u i u' i i ' ' a a t LOVEJOY &00. lruriri, inviioLM'ii Wine and Llmior Dialer. Al'l lit Hal'al l-Hal.l tn.t fl lltW I Sn. I Ni i AM SlHKi't ( DlMk HOatii' HaiiAllat P U B. 111 Malnal T.lattaM H aONSALVES & CO , Lta WlIOLEBALi: GKOOERrJAH WINK MKHOUAMTB' MR Queen tlreet, Honolnlu, H 'onuliilateil Sella Water Co., L' ISnplanade, orner All k Fart Hi., Htneluti HOLLItTIR OO., Agentt "WelaKaHao" You will find it at the corner of Hotel and Bethel streets. Headquarters for ALL the Sports and Race Horse Men. A SO. t LiqUOrS a Specialty. B. Lemon and F. Woodman will attend to the WANTS of the Weary. Seattle Beer kept at a Tem perature Unequalled in Town. John Dewar, Kellock's AA, Ureen KlVer ana Uia UOVem- ment Whiskies and the verv best of everything else. , 1 "" I Chinese and Japanese Finns, Y. MASUDA, Portraits Done in Crayon or Oil ..Pictures Framed In any style. ..Framed Pictures for sala. .New .Mouldings for Frames have arrived. King and Alapai streets, Near Honolulu Stock Yards. I4O0 TELLPHONb SO) T. KAT6UNUMA & Co. A. t. OZAWA. aiuftl, GENERAL BUSINESS AGENCY. T.apor.ry OBct: Rook ? upiulii Spikil koH4. Ini. T.I. 544. Wong Sai Kee MERCHANT - TAILOR A PmricT Fit Cuabantiid 404 Fort St., near King St. Honolulu, h. i. Cl.inlnc, Dln( and Kcpaltlng aSptclalty HI! Y. MAN SING- Haa Ramoved From Fort Strut to in Nuuanu btrstt, opp. Uoo Kim's, LADIES' UNDERWEAR. Dresses Made To Ordtr. HOP HONG, Merchant Tailor, A FlNlASSORTMINT OP AMItlCAN, EflOLISH AUD atUTCW ULOTH ON HAND No. ji 9 Nuuinu ttrttt, Honolulu, H l. Good work and flrit-clm fit ruartntMd Cloth t Cletntd and Btpilrtd ..Coirna AuxtA and Kino Stiiits.. GROCERY AND FRESH FRUITS always on hand. FRESH PINEAPHLE& for special order, and CALIFORNIA l-rtui 1 s Dy every steamer and also ISL AND BUTTER. Delivery Fret. Tel. 361 8o The . . . Astor House Restaurant Corner King and Alakea streets FIRST CLASS FAMILY RESTAURANT olfir Meats at all hours t&so Ah Chuck Proprietor i39iim REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS Subscribers are furnished with from Dve to aix lists per week, giving an ac curate record ot deeds, mortgages, leases, releases, powers of attorney, etc., etc., which are placed on record. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE, 12.00 PER MONTH. A. V. GBAR, JutM Building, Honolulu. Mrs. Annis Montague Turner, WINTER SEASON. Vocal Studio, Mlfinon " 720 Beretanla street; Tel. 1114, 1627 tf ARE YOU DEAF?? Krerr kind of OrAfiifKM aod Ulfllrull hrar 1 11 IT run h ciirrtl Vjuar new Invention) only tbt alutrlnii' been torn deaf are Incurable ,V ! In tin ni rrenaont tin re. tend partlculart about four en to. Unul tntlon and advice tt rr, Kveri tiim enn euro tilimelf ni bit own home at very little expense. DIR. DALTON'S AURAL CLINIC, IM LaialloAvenui'. CIIICADn, JI.L., U, B.A. The Evening Bulletto, 7f tenu per month. FIFTH UPHOLDS REPUTATION FOR PROLONGED DISCUSSION . lUim I i' 'i I i tin ni 1 li ill 1. 'i 1. 1 ti 1 HI I 1 p fit I I (teats K. Otter m t ihk pwrwy chalrtMin M W. J. Uwlm twn IKirarr n-wrHar)- The seen tary mIM the lull, an made up from nfflelal primary 'lection re turn. "Prrnnl" was anmerul by all Jrci'tlhK Olht-r Ktlllnian of ihe I'mirlli 1 ami (leo. r. Itenlon of the Plfth pre jrinct. at follows ' I'lrat Precinct. Kaneohe Prank Pa llia. Louis John McCabe, nMea II. Jones. Kunnd I'rrclnct, Koolauloa (Kahtl kill Keau, (leorgo Weight., Win. K , Itathliurn. 1 Third Pri-clnct, Wnlalua-C. P. Ian kea. W. W. (ImMlalp, Andrew Cox. Kmirtli Precinct. Wnlanae Jmlite .1. K Krknhnna. Mofcu. Mnhtlima Fifth I'rrclnct. Ea Plnntatlon Tlitimnf O'Dowdn. Dm III Douxlnnt. Slxtli Precinct, Penrl City L. 1 Ms CnndleM, Frank K. Archer, S. lloo kano. Setenth Precinct. Moanalua, Knlllil and Makal of King Street Jamea I..j Holt T McCnnta Stewart. I ElKhth Precinct, Pnlnma W. C.j Achl. C. 11. DwlRht. C. F. Pcteraon. Km, Wnterhouae, George It. Carter, W. J. Coelho. Tenth Prt-rlnct, Makal School Strict Enoch Johnson, W. II. Crawford, J. L, Kaulukoii. E. C. Wlnnton, who tied with Dr. lluddy In the retcnth precinct, waa nUo In attendance. The chairman announced 27 delo patea present. 2 nhsent. Mr McCandleta apok (of the tie In the eentlt precinct. He mocd that t n llt.u.. n,i.1 Vr Htiililv l.A nl. j0ed to take neat In the conmtlon with one ote each. The chairman sUKRested that It wan n matter for the committee on mica, 1 which should be appointed In any event. Mr. McCnmlless withdrew hla motion and, on motion of T. McCnnta Stewart duly seconded, the chairman appointed n committee on rules, viz.: T. MiCants Stewart, George Weight and Thomas O'Dowda. Recess was taken for fifteen minutes to nllow the committee to re port. Within the time the committee re ported and McCants Stewart moved the report be considered section by se:- tlon. It was first rend through by the chairman. Mr. laukea objected to the time be ing used In considering the report ie rlatlm. He moved that the report be printed, so that the convention might proceed to organize. Mr. Stewart held that the adoption of the rules was prerequisite to organiza tion. Until their ndoptlon the rulrs had no more connection with the com mittee than the man In the moon. On the chair asking him to what rules he referred, the speaker asked testily It the chairman proposed to take the floor against him. It he was not out of order he wished to complete his remarks. The chair You nre not out of order. Mr. Stewart went on to argue, from New York and national examples, that the committee could only recognlio rules made by nnd for Itself. The Dis trict conventions would be supreme for tlje nominations to the Territorial Legislature. The Territorial Conven tion had nothing to do but nominate a Delegate to Congress nnd adjourn. It was the creature of the District con ventions, arid could not be greater than its creator. This committee wns m. preme for Its own organization and government. Mr. Peterson considered they were not jet a District contention until or ganized, nnd he thought tt would be premature to adopt rules before organ ization. The chairman said that was a par liamentary body called the District committee. There were 27 members present and but two absent. They were now In the process of organization ami the question before the houee waa whether the rules should be printed be fore adoption or be considered section by section. In answer to a question by Mr. Peterson he ruled that this was u District committee: Mr. laukea contended that until new rules were adopted the rules prescribed by tho Inst Territorial convention should govern. These required the dis trict committee to meet and elect per manent ofllrers. Mr. Stewart nrgued thnt the com mittee could not do business without a constitution, nnd If the proposed rules were tabled nothing remained but to adjourn. The clmtr ruled thnt the committee could proceed now with the election of officers. On n division the motion, to .consider the report section by section, carried by 12 to 11. Mr. Stewart then proceeded to read the report seriatim, On his own mo tion to ndopt the first section ho gato the reason for the Senatorial vote oa the basis of representation to be that such vote was likely to be the nrgo3t I polled. Mr. Uuken, on n motion to ndopt the bylaws as a whole, rose to ask the Ha waiian members to vote against the adoption of rules that they did not un derstand, He did not understand all of them himself. It was a piece of rail roading ngalnst which he piotested, Mr, McCandless thought there was nothing In the ruks ot much harm, t' ...tl- i nit tlml a nm l i.hiHoN flit lh Kll'l NiiHI hMn made thtr wi. mii.i mI imly M laitkMi xmt4 ho. It nti to have tfcf Mltea prlnlMt 111 IIiik klHl llaftattaH III.IKn ION OP OPPIOHIlrt. W (' A) hi waa Imtojlulitl hy Mr. Ilookano HeetniHI, tli. It. I'arier waa nominate! by Mr. A eh I Hcrondcil, The chair apiwlnted Mimra. MiCaiut. lift, Ilookano and laukea at tellert. The ballot remlteil In 13 otci ench. Mr. Cutter claimed the (aitliiR tote and tetidend It to Mr. Achl. Mr. Hlenrt en Id (be chair had no rnilllic Mite on n ballot. Mr. Achl resigned In farnr of Mr Carter nil. I, on motion of Mr. Kaulii kon. the iiiiniiliiioim ballot of the com mlttce waa catt for Mr. Carter. C. P. laukea waa nominated for vlco prol.lnit by Mr. Stewart and a clectnl ununlmoiiily W. J. Cotlho wan nominated for (.onllnir M-cretnry by Mr. Kaulukoii eleilcit uiiuulmuiitly. J. 1.. Holt and Fred. Waterhouno were nomlnnted for flnantlnl recretury Mr. Holt wthdrawlui;, the nomlimtion of Mr. Waterhouau waa made uiinnl nioua I.. I. .McCandlesa waa iinanlmomly elected trt uauror, W. C. Achl dvclliiluK the nomination In hla fat or. W. C. Achl, J. L. Holt, E. Johnson, Frank Pahla nnd W. II. Crawford were appointed membera of the executive committee by the president Mr. laukea muu-d, seconded by Mr. McCandlesa, that the tie In the seventh precinct be settled by kIvIiik Mr. Win ston nnd Dr. lluddy a half ote ench. The vhnlr ruled the motion out of order under the rules Just adopted. It waa for the District committee to elect a delegate when the precinct had failed to doso. Mr. Achl moed suspension of the rules ao that the proposition to divide the vote might be considered. Any other course would result In prolong ing factional trouble In the setentn, which was a lighting precinct Mr. Inukcn said that he had opposed the rules. Now, ten minutes Inter, a promoter of the rules moted to suspend them. The speaker now proposed to stand by the rules. Mr. Ilookano held that Mr. Achl'a motion was out of order. When a man tied himself up he should stay tied. (Laughter.) E. C. Winston was finally elected n delegate, H. II. Hitchcock, who wis present, declining a nomination In his fat or. Mr. lauken, on a motion to proceed with the election of delegates to the Territorial contention, moved to nd Journ till tomorrow morning. There was n proposition to hold the conven tion nt Hllo. If this prevailed fhcte were men at Walalua in view for dele gates who could not go to Hllo. It was objected by different members that this committee had no say In the matter, but that It belonged to the Ter ritorial Central Committee. Presldeut Carter favored this view. Mr. Stewart called on the president to stand by the District Committee, otherwise he could not expect it to follow him through fire and water. Some members within reach of his arm said they would not accept nomination ns delegates If the convention were not held nt Hllo. Whereas, he nnd others would decline nomination If the con vention were not held at Honolulu. There was n confused discussion nbout the Intentions of the Territorial Central Committee, the time of arrival of the steamer Klnau with Hllo's final offer for the convention and, depending on these things, the time to which the meeting should adjourn. Adjourned till Saturday morning nt 9 o'clock. By Official Favor. (Honolulu Republican.) Time and again no paper except the Star, whose editor Is a member of this so-called "executive council,' 'Is given any Information about the proceedings of thfs great and august body, yclept the executive council. If It Is working in tlie public's Interests and for Ih3 public welfare, why Is It necessary for nil Its sessions to be executlte? If It has legal authority for performing legislative and Judicial functions, why are not Its nets open to the public the same as are the acts of the legisla ture and the same ns nre the acts of tlto courts? No Legislature would dare to attempt to transact Its business In se cret and only deign to give out such Information as Its presiding officer saw fit. The Senate can, and does, go Into executive session to consider guberna torial nominations, but a6lde from thnt neither the Senate nor the House hold executive sessions. BRAVAIS' IRON 0anoontratoa Droam " U lb. Utu utdicla. to. AHEMIA, POORNESS OF BLOOl LOSS OF COLOUR, lltTil'toUrT.rrtb by iba Leading Fbyatelaa cl all CouolOea. II tt Hlhtr Tail. ur Saw XJcil Ml CoaiHrala. Deal m Iilttktn lU 7aaaa Soon trliii back HtAlTH, aTHsiTI. HUH COMPIIIIOI, SSLV. '.I' !" ."" a .u ".'..! ' uv , wr? sz. .:..::...'." Wbnlrul.i ip, (, iaaT-iiv, -!! 4 1 f !. , .i rr.i cwax,&wwvx IlliklllMltM. WillirBikirfcCOi's Chaaolmimm M ( nmf uoaomm ItircallnciltlnMnculciHiV'nc. mm itunota,artMtiiT tftr Uwtt ratMHAM OWMI fe ChaMakUt, I 4 Ik NkH lt Aii r iiaraftMK4Kt. WmltBf mmker Oo. f. Dtrcktitir, Mm.. U. f . A. ioyc.cyfMycycvcvcycc Bankers. 1 ' JUDD rtUILDIMO. IHCOifO.ATID UD1 THI Ul or ths Hawaiian Ripusuci Capital $400,001 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORS) CiiAa. M. Cooke, President. F. C. Jonkk, Vlce-Prenldeut O. H. Cookk, Caahlar. F. C. Atiikrton, AwdHtant Caahtet Henry Waterhouae, Tom May, F. W. MacfarUno, E. D. Tonnoy, J. A. McCandlaat Solicits the Accounts of Firms, Cor poratlona, Tnuta, Indlvlduala, and wIP carefully and promptly albinil to al buslneta connected with Intiktng en trusted to It, Sell and purchase ForalRi Excbango, Issue Letters of Credit. SAVINGS DBPARTMENTI Ordinary and Term DopoMtn received rules and conditions printed In Pa' books, coplea of which may lie had uft application. Real Estate and Insurance. LIFE and ETRE AGENTS FOB.. New England Mutual life In surance Co. cf BosroN. Etna Fire Insurance Company of Hartford. HENRY ST. GOAR. EDWARD POLLITZ Members Stock and Bond Exchange. EDWARD POLLITZ&Co COMMISSION BROKERS AND DEALERS IN INVESTMENT SECURITIES Prtlcolir IttMllOO f Imb to piucbAM ut tilt tf H.walUa Sur.r Slok. Lo.oi N,tot!t4. Enure ana panlga SlKkt sd Bo&4i. 408 California St., San Frnnclaco, Cal. 117a WILLIAM SAVIDGE, Stock and Bond Broker M.Db.r of Hawtllu Stock Eictunj.. Mclnerny Block, Fort Street, BOYD, SCOTT. & CO., Custom House Internal : Revenue Brokers 3I5FOKTST., opposite Irwin & Co. A. J. CAMPBELL, Stock and Bond Brokei AUab.f ! lb. Hoaololo Stock Bicatatt. Office Queen streot, opposite Unloi Feed Company. T.i.rbos. tut P.O. Bos iti FRED J. CROSS, Consulting and Superintending; Electrical Hydraulic ENGINEER, Floctro-Hydraullc Fowor Transmlaalot REPORTS AND ESTIMATES FURNISHED. . . . With Catton-Nell Co., Queen atreat. Office next to PotUHoo. 12a JAMES T. TAYLOR, M.Aa.Soc.CI. OONS.ULTINO Hydraulic Engineer, 06 Judd Block. Tela. 8SS. Honolulu Iron Works Ci Improved and modern SUOAR MA CHINERY of every capacity and da scrlptlon made to order. Boiler wor) and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigatlox purposes a specialty. Particular atten tlon paid to JOB WORK, and repaln executed at shortest notice. NOTICE, All mpmhara i1 li II AU7 A II AM rDIW- I INO ASSOCIATION are requested to at- lr-n,r..,lneS."n 0I ,ne organuation on l-HIDAY. September 7, 1900. at 7110 o'clock, at the Hawaiian Hotel. Buslnets of Importance, All director), and members are requested to be present. BY ORDER OP SECRETARY. "LA'V nt .a aw -Ei. V1 &m&& kUn, lAirtllaictiU, WM.ll. ai tofVeckeluo, monou'h HI I Ran Pryftm AftnUtn Mkvapa i National. Hah a or Han fiunmRoo, Mak KauMnxto Tha Karada Nsllona ! ilank of 8an Kriiclm. Lohpoi lb Union Hank of Lundoa J Ul I Nkw Yoaa American Kacbaaga Ma ( llonal Hank, CmcAtM Marcbanta National 'Bank, PAam-Crwllt LyooBal. BaaUK Drelnr Bank, ' ' HoxaoKo and YoaoriAMA Honktnc I Nhanahal Bankltia Curtmr.llin. Nrw Zkalanii and AumuiiA Baak of Maw 7land. Victoria and' Vanoouvm Bank c Hrltlsh North Amarlo.. TrUHCt I BtMll iHtltl Hi EKkHCI Mmi DspoUti RtctlTtd. Loaai nadc on Ap P.r0!??B?c,rt, Oo""erelalaB4TraTaHrl Urtdlti laaaanf. Bills of Bxcbaa boukl and told. COLLaCTIOHl raOMITLT AOOQUNTaD Tot, Tie First American Bank OF HAWAII, LTD. Incorporated Under the Lawa Republlo ot Hawaii. Of Authorized Capital, Subscribed Capital, Paid Up Capital $1,000,000 750,000 000,000 OFFICERS AND DIRECTORJ. 9,ecl' Btowa Prealdaat M. P. Robinson Vlca-Prealdanl "O-1 Cooper CaahtM E. M. Boyd Becratara Dlrectora-Cecll Brown, Hark F. Robtnaon, Bruce Cartwrlght. W. as, Cooper and II. H. Von Holt DRAW EXCHANGE ON: San Francisco The A&ilo-Callfaa nla Bank, Limited. Chicago The Merchanta Loan aal Truat Company, New York J. ft w. Sellgman ft Coat. pany. London The Anglo-California Oank, Limited. Parla Socletla Generale. Hamburg M. M. Warburg ft Job I Hongkona and Yokonaaja Tka gj china. Bank of India, Australia Australia The Union Bank of Aaa. tralia, Limited. Canada Bank of Montreal. 1 Berlin Oerbruder Meyer. Exchanee boueht and aold Lsttara t Credit issued on all parts of tha i 1 world. iftsor 00. SavingsBank Savings De poults will ba received and Interest allowed by thll Bank at four and one-half per cent, per annum. Printed copies of the Rules and Reg ulations may lie obtained on application. Office at bank building on Merchant street. BISHOP A CO. Established 18M BISHOP 5C Oo. BANKERS. Transact a General Bankir g tiad Exchange Business. Commercial and Travelers Letters of Credit issued, aval', able in all the principal citit a o" the world. Interest allowed after July 1,1898, on fixed deposits 7 day notice 2 per cent, 3 months 8 per dent., 6 months 3& per cent., 12 months 4 per cent. Pioneer Building and Loan Association. ASSETS, DEO. 81, 1881, flU,(T7.n Money loaned on approved security, ASavlngsBank for monthly deposlta, Housea built on the monthly Install. ment pis-. Twentieth Serl . of Stock .U no opened. OFFICERS T. F. Lansing, Pre. dent; S. B. Roae, Vice Preoldent; 0. B. Gray. Treasurer; A. V. aear.'SecretarF. DIRECT0R8-T. F. Lanalng, 8. B. Roae, A. V. Gear, A. W. Keech, Henra Smith, J. L. McLean, J. D. Holt, 0. B. Gray, W. L. Howard. A. V. GEAR, Secretary. Chamber of Commerce roosaa. Office Hours; 12:80 1:1Q p. p. Tjjn Voohama jSpecis Bill; tIMIlSD Subscribed Capital .... Yen 24,000,00 Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000 Reserved Fund Yen 8,000,00 The Bank buya and receives (or eat lectlon Bills of Exchange, issues Draft and Letter of Credit, and trariiH a general banking business. INTEREST ALLOWED On Find Dapoalt foe la aioattii, 4 hi tal , t. Oa FUaa Dapoalt lor t Bomta, " Oa Fliad Daioalt lor 1 aoi, INTEREST ALLOWED BUia'HaiOaca. at Yoaobaaa, oa CartMlBo- faall, 1 a-ieaaarrday Ua4 Dapoalt lor la ajtmtba, M par aat ,. a New Hetiuie BHUIk. MUliit: stBenlii' E. K KAAI, Teacher of ' ..tar, Mandolin, Zjtbr Ukulele and Taro Patch. Orders to be left care of Wall, Nichola Oo, r VTtatromMualoCo.'a HIM IfJH . LI" '1- l-i '!"