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1SSUKB IOTSHAV5 XSH VkUUYS
W. R. FAKRINCTON. EDITOR.
JftlDAY OCTOBKR 8. 15.jws oaa b amde. and a track whore '
the spectators s sotaethlng mors
Xvery pofeon has Its aatWone. con-
"I"? "" """ WK "" """"
Miw allow their optaioae o be m
if cud fay MV 1 HHTfMOTHMUMMK'
It the people of the ttitwd Stte
for free rfrrer they aw w
cowsteteBtlv point dWdaiarally
at the terse aumber of Aano ui'p,,, yub in a letter to the KmprejS'
Um1L Wltb all its AaatK
-. kii3. amjm Mm m Mnurf
Hi iiii 111 ktutfe. Stme of the Aatetieaa '
mw are dead set hrtapa?: U, ver fron. the disgraceful ,..
tta teKhl w to aa Ortwtali ft sewo at u baids of the Jap- .
hw& ' n) the atajost eeoaotay were I
exerefeed. Her Atajty should there-
tkm bwsebail ea hmv miked vatet to f, (j jaHsurtf ot having new j
ajaomrh.the neit thin? te w gwato , pjj j for j,. k i "
TiMmnr and arrae for the saMae he- t expected that the daring o&eiai
twoeMth hmdtejc tes of the League. ,,4 be beheaded. His Hfe has. how- .
teaaer Coywt pabHshed what he had Spred at the instance of ,
ioty his slgaawre aad ; jj Kmperor. who admired his courage. ,
taM? the Star aaser or am- v,- haaished front the court, but
her of the haun shoa set ae - 1 ft fe m thal lke Ejfor wm short-hind
a wMade ptacae. The pahttc hint with great honors. What
inM he ?tod to see a few -more good , is it that the Chinese have
hall ganw thH seoa. Stop ta&tas developed a racial trait which leads
ami set down to boeiaess seatlesaeat thew to ateekiy bow in submission to
ironclad and sword pointed oppression.
Mr. Thnreto has set the bicycle t
wteek rotted in a style that shoaw
jctve the yommr ew eathtasiasm
in the raee track pro-
ami iiis continent :
thecyrte cteW to becia to ?et m their "T indispeasawe. it appears-ort.
The haee ball ami boatiae th most copicaons at aay
te aafeaed. taaafs fe takfag a ,
saefi. taavia? wfeaal a vexy
for the aext seetioa of
the iportimt tnteraity to get la good
Mm. HiMMilaln caat have toa mach 1 :1? e abiwkib,
la the way of tod. healthy outdoor itome these targets from tea4erest
! age. are marveioasly adroit in the use
-- of them: they never miss their aim.
& better scheme for gtriag e Y. Xo criticism ever passed upon the
C A. Seaate a coald be erica people is better deserved than
than to ope the at&c meeting this reference to the spitting habit,
wtth a silver . goid diaesssiioa. ei it is said that there are more tobacco
iBaaawctftheproauaeat chewers in the United States than m
the tawa. The aamef of Kiaay. - any other natkaz: heace the
Bishop and J add are men- atioa of sidewalks aad public balls. In
ttmrnt fa coaaection with uscm&ioBs the coaatry. the farmer who sits on a.
aa pabitc fltaaace. althowgh Chief J as- sagar barrel i the corner grocery is
fiat Jadd te-the oary oae of the four sot ap to the mark aaiess he can
farors the yellow
It is certaia. however, that a
rery stroac team coald he formed, ami
the dteoassioe woaid aadoabteaiy at-
ttmet a large aa andaeace as a
i xaily. ;
n anil about
the iwlamai aa cnhtawn of good road , the street aad. endeavors to Sght shy
material ft has pahltehed nwiiadl' as of the espeetoratiotts of would-be
the bicyeie dade who started oat to tlemea she appears as if she were playmate
a ceataty ran. After ridlag two in? hopscotch. With its naraeroas Amor
three mflee. he became tired ami sat erkanisms, Hawaii has iadoded the
hjr the ad of the road while a small , spitting habit ia its adopted castoats.
hoy. far a eomderatioB. took the job Even the Eagttshma with his pipe aad
f iipina.rr the front wbeei.of the ma- the Frenchman with his cigarette have
till the cyclometer showed the
aaatber of miles. Having
thoroarhry rested the bicyclist
hfe wheel, rode hack to the
ami began to tefi stories
of what a woamerfal ra he had made,
9a mar esteem caatecaparary noted
far its aperahamteace of
great stories of what it ha
that fe the trst the pahUe. knew
lame: 6. Bhuae was ia the
harness, he told aae of his
ia foreeasdag the ?-J----
to - ,, I b,t
spirit of the - - - t,
a - fc
9t the aaxy ct. j fwtrmwrif e
mm. mmla. Cm. - x-
aaami aamaiBmmy ajae
J5B '. aa laterriew ha which he
Kew Tork aad Kew Jersey
with imm ife InmV
Ohmv , '
paaahet claims each aad eTry one of
above States ami a hx
eaty djatiagrfyhtar: amti 1 1 ai 1 so
ar acted is that the Deaaacrazs speak
at their 1 aaiiTirfmeii as "carrying
whOe the Repahtkaas tefl of
ereryhady is "sawing wmdJ
We an toM bra evening
Smttor mad his
are the oary
; and things that hae done aay
nractkal work ia enenamag goo
of car departed
aars. what aordan of the earpn wiB he
ht share at bemmdeg; road
it. ant way rbnaM tne month-
pie seek to make the Seaatar pby
v.ct An onr cctKamtn, emv
has ever said was that mmpxaveeaeae?
were gcod things and the roads -or
sceserfrnig eke steel-' irif C9iamiy
be tmprcrred. "Or scasethfas etee" of
course covers a aUusi: c sins and
g:"1 v of Seeway to fan ia with
tae EJu:cr or Toaafoan: efce who may
oe Ecre popolar at the tnae heme.
.xig wtaml at the
, eeuxg last a Oe coys
,--. ;;:. zae
sise or ta ttll in tilts Insraac. how-
'xr. Is aot so tar to
'pwtic iBKHMc tb oydtets. Mr. D$Ky w tRn as soa vw o a
show hte wHlinn to ward jwople."
shoulder a Wrs uroeortiott of th ex- in th older North States the con-
W. an It vrlU bft wy y btor
.anotlMr s4 opportunity wHI
! b owd the yusr vheelawii trf tins (
.'tow. A swod track on which fast
than the ttateh of the raws, easfct to
sire k w interest to bicycling, whfeh
.ii f th chtfe
urta? in swllcieiit sums to gradttttHy
hr the deh? which might be j
hwwrred at the outsat.
g,, iiw ,uss ItbSrO" is oh-
aia frow the story told by a Tokyo
'pex of j,ow R aadaria named Waag
r imnlnrol iksi ldv In
l. .i v w ... t .
- ..iri. iul itut ttw. wmnlrv cnuld
The folktwiag tribute to Charlie
ESphoftea. who is a close relative to C.
Spitstraight. is gives by Has Q'Kett in
A1! tPhf rooms are provweu wtta
uus 01 prtate aeeessitr; 11 ts
"mihle to escape the sight of this
squirt tobacco jeke half way across the
store and hit a seven by nine spittoon
nine rimes oat of tea. A Philadelphia
reporter said receBtiy that in goiag two
blocks on oae of the busy "shopping"
streets be coasted three hundred aad
tweaty pools of tobacco juke, aad all
were fresh. la fact whes a lady walks
ia many instances added the American
spttoftes to their list of vieeu. How-
ever, if mea mast expectorate all over
the streets at would he mach isore sea-
tiemaaly oa their part to ie&Te the
sidewalks samieieBtly dear to allow
ladies to pass without eoastaat fear
of wipiag ap pools of tobacco joke
with their skirts.
BiKTH K.VTE jiTJ lIVIXJZATiOX.
AceordiBg to ceasas retaras among;
the eiTOised aatmng a low hfetfa rate
fiftHmrmrg iBdirnsimhr in- tkt m? ktiL
" " --" -" " rnrs. " &.-. 1t
. mnt ?bu ia Ar in taA
m.VBS.. ww -J fc im
-at-C mf mill 111 lit - nrili r mm m a nu.Jt
w Ja3.ma WfmTejX Pa7w HOI.
BX mV.JLUKr IB UK (VIE EXe Es M.
.a. ,. , - . , , .
'' - UT ridiat
jast at present aad to the m&ay
hrtelleat aad sekatiSe aea wha have
eroired theanes as t the caaee. the
world is indebted for special statistics
t fnn idn 1 hi. vatae.
X a at aa am - r aa rrTSim fn 1T f
nail 1. i.i'i am
- .! wti.Ts: k IBHCXCCUB UBHKUL
amoac toe autereat states of the Ab-
eriexB Uakm and farther shows thai
mm to France the United Slates has
the lowest birthrate. For the whole
Catted States daring; the past, two
tanas the birthrate was only 3&S& to
the thousand. wfcBe 'ia France the
rateSsSi la rrng the
eat States of tne cam, however, k k
shows that with a few exceptions the
zsastera sectfan has a low birthrate
sad the Soatk asd West a. mach higher
rase. ie testes mmag; tae lowest
race are Nevada, 1CJS; 3afae. 1TJH;
New Hampshhre, iS.4; Termoat, lij;
CaBforaia, l&A; Oonaeeticax, U;
iUssaefcaeects. 3i; Wyomhae, LS;
Bhede Island; 14. and Oregon,
n mane tne itaxes Eaaanonetf ktbz s.
rate of fram 1 to St are Migssssinpt.
Georgia. Amhama. Week Yirrfafev Tea-
aeseee, Carafe. Utah. Texas.
Arkans . - .
dfcio at aos the iteaaan wrfeer
attrthaaes to the degree of crrffissfiaa.
Tii Sonthera States are mrgery
Tared by aegrces wfee in -e r. -e j
iiscriets at least tend to reTert to bar-, ceraed."
harssm. The poor whites of -fee
w6 QESt afefe tm- trath of the
are afe aboot oti -i - :.! :
; ,. whkeh afacTe
"" U 'fr -'. to deal with or write
aa pameranst enstmae." Ie sfese
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE. PIUIUY.
Stts th perwitimw o illiteracy Is
lnrjwr and "? mrc
cittoa at the whujwou jwonte Is hotter,
tfcy are worts intslllgwtt. nrogrosslrn
mwi v.s r hlsh aad tt cilnisto
haahhtuU y. In ta faw of all its ail-
vut?s the New Knglaud raw. If It
WWv - l so termed, is in greater tlaujior
dying out than the people of tho
South. The evil of hypoaatallty or do
ftctent birthrate has zone hand in hand
wit the advance, the cuhure ana.
q, tJm aseudant? of the Puri-
X9t& settlers. The eaus that bring
this thing, about are multifarious. Demands
of society may be put down as
one and raoral degeneration another
mv iwiinmkiuu kiiv uiAtvv. i. mv
AttrtHte: the decline of the birthrate
to the tendency of woman nowadays
w ke kr life more hl ma. adopt
s oeenpaUoa and asume nen s
a word do all Uangs in
w she belteres that she will finu
emancipation that is preached to her."
Soaj people call this civilization, and
' seems to be geaerallj' accepted a
sch. future generations will see the
civilised sections of the country wiper
out of existence and the world won
lose much in consequence. The
est. best and lasting civilisation find-its
foundation in the old fashioned
country homes of large families am
few spoiled and puny children, whert
the society of the home circle is al?
that is desired, where money is sirc
and hard work and brains plentiful.
A FEW l'RACTICAl. KESCLTS.
Discussion of the financial problem
as set forth in the United States today
usually results ia a series of predictions.
The silverite is enthusiastic over
what he believes the American Union
caa do towards restoring the price of
silver and giving the producer more
money, while the goWbug maintains
that free coinage will bring all financial
transactions to a silver basis and
run gold out of the country. Every
Toat. Dick aad Harry of the two oppos
ing parties has his theory and his pre
diction worked out to a nicety. But
the best way to prove the silver theory
is to turn to a country which has
tried free coinage, aad whose financiers
know how the system results in prac
tice. Oae of the best things which has
come to oar notke recently is an interview
given the Kew York Sun by Senor
Limoatoor, the Mexican Minister of
This gentleman has had an opportunity
to study the silver coinage problem,
and has also had an opportunity
to chase aroand to get funds to pay
gold bonds which go to a high premium,
aac. this is what he says of
Mexico: ""Mexico has always had free
coinage. The ratio is 16 to 1. Theoretically
our standard is bimetallic,
but of course it is really a single silver
standard. It is not possible to have a
double standard under free coinage.
Any sold we have is inunedtatelv ex-
ported, and I have sever seen, any gold
in csreuteriou. in Mexico, fcokl is at a
premium of nearly 340. We produce
bat little gold. Last year the oatpat
was ,.0Off ounces, while we
the same amount of silver as
the United States, 55.W0,tt or
"There is keen interest in Mexfco in
the resk, of yoar election, heeaase of
the effect it will have upon the price
of silver generally. Each time silver
goes down it is a serious detriment to
oar coaatry, because we have made
four foreign loans payable in gold. As
silver depreciates aad the premium on
goid is ioereased, it becomes more
for oar Government to meet
these obfigatjoes. Of course we have
silver bends also, which are taken up
at home. The gold bonds are worth
aenriy double what the silver bonds
are worth. It was a serious blow to as
wbea the TtwHsh mists were closed ia
159? aad the Sfeenaan act was repealed
ia 1SSS, hecaase of the fall in the
price of silver which followed."
It is the seme story in practice as in
the preaktioe; saver at a ratio of IS
to 1 beeoEses the errcalating saedJnm,
and gold heM at 3. high presuma goes
oat of existence. Whes asked about
the eeeet of the silver staadard oe
wages, Miatster LitsoeUmr saM: "They
have aoc iaereesed perceptibly. The
same fe trne of Jspaa, where wages
are very low. Far thfe reesoa Jspaa
iaad Mexico will, ia a few years, be
able to coapete with
Itaad aad the United States feecsase of
the silver stsadaxd aad low wages."
ACTOS BETTEK THAX iTAKXIXC.
la the HBo Tribtme of recent date
there appeared this remarkable item:
A rather high handed action was attempted
daring the week. The matter
is not a fight afeir to deai or write
- smaees to say tmu a young
W0XBaA this twa was iBQced to take
was aecoespenfcd by a yooager sister,
fcy whose presence the elder one was
. i& u peas or fusxepatante
m .-. - i...n i S.dli. f, 1 -.
shoald be sssiccesa for in nni
shone bat the sabstaaee of tfcar oee
ttcvi represents the disgraceful core
Of tt foundation of some of the e tl
ti'mi oxlst this country. People hold
up "ieir hands In holy horror when
such cases are brought to notice, and
cau'ously recommend thru the matter
1)4 kept qutot and allowed to "blow-over
They would even object to an
item like .tho above being placed in a
newspaper, ami appear shocked if the
names wore mentioned and tho miserable
wretch of mankind exposed, if
false modesty ever exjstod, and If good
people ever did anything injurious to
the social welfare of tho community,
such false modesty and such Injury is
exemplified in the tendency to pass
over lightly what in this couutry
aou'.es under the category of
As, to tho persons or the details to
which the Hllo Tribune refers, we
know absolutely nothing, but wo take
it for granted that the editor knew
what ho was talking about. But mark
the indifference with which such an
affair is received. Let the same thing
happen in the Southern States and
stringing up by the thumbs would bo
too good for the man; let the same
thing occur iu the average Anglo-Saxon
community and the culprit
would be ostracised from decent society
and eventually run out of town.
What happened in Hilo? Nothing. And
the same would probably be true in
Honolulu, where the moral condition
of the lower classes is dwelt upon
with such solicitude. There need be
no hope for improvement among the
lower classes when the circles even a
few degrees higher treat immorality,
which is nolhing more or less than
most damnable criminality, as something'
that can't be helped, consequently
the less said about it the better.
Legislators may pass laws and police
may hound the lower classes from pillar
to post, but the conditions will
never improve for any length of time
until the more select circles take a
sharp, decisive s:and, until immorality
becomes the mark which shall ostracise
the man who bears it from the family
circle, the social circle, and finally the
business circle. "Hushing up" will
never accomplish any permanent good;
newspaper warnings amount to nothing
when people know the weak popular
sentiment behind it. Immediate-; practical
and forcible condemnation on the
part of the business community and
society will do the work, and do it
most effectively, in the shortest possible
Advertised letter list in this issue.
The Government paid the .interest
on 5625.0W worth of bonds yesterday.
wThe October Delineator is now ready
at Mrs. Hanna's, also the October patterns.
It is probable that arrangements will
soon be made for a hospital at Hilo,
"Listen to what the Dickie bird says'
about the Hawaiian Hardware -Co. in
their ad. of today.
Deputy Sheriff Scott of Maui lef
lIor Dti uew J21 ?l,
Z2 (W iXT aUCUfDKUU11 UXULl.
A good thing, push it along,
The Globe" lawn mowers tha.
Castle & Cooke are selling at moderate
W. H. Hall, taxidermist at the Bishop
Museum, severs his connection with
that institution this week and leaves
for the coast by the Australia on Saturday.
Among the welcome returning residents
by the steamer yesterday were
Judge Widezaaan and family who have
been making a rather extended visit to
Robert Cation's visit abroad was for
the purpose of meeting his wife and
children who have been visiting in
Scotland, their old home for nearly
As a resale of the good sugar season
the Ewa Plantation Co. yesterday paid
off $259,040 of its bonded indebtedness.
This puts considerable money in
A young son of T. C. Wills, of Ko-hate,
who has been ill with typhoid
fver at St. Louis College, was removed
to the residence of his uncle, J. J.
The Sag over the Executive building
was at half mast yesterday during the
fnfieral of Joseph Nawehi. Minister
Cooper was a caller at the Nawahi
boeae daring the services.
William H. Coney, reporter for the
Advertiser, left on the Kiaan
for a two weeks' visit on Hawaii
During his absence Charles Hyde w:Ii
take his place on this paper.
The Bishop of Panopolisand Father
Lessor dined with the otacers of the
Freaefe at the Hawaiian
hotel last night. Charge d'Afiaires
Cznavarro was one of the guests.
" James Campbell and family retaraed
by the Australia yesterday after a fang,
and to Mr. C&zspfcelL eventful vacation
ia California., Mr. Campbell looks
weH aad fit to give two or three
Hon. Cecil Browa and wife and Miss
DseksoB retaraed yesterday after a
twd Esoatas' visit to Sen Fxaneiseo.
Mr. Browa's trip was z eoeabf nation of
jafeesnre and business, be having gone
awzy maiary to look after Mr.
interests in the proeeeatkm of
CROUP QUICKLY CUBED.
MOUNTAIN GLSK, arte Oar
were safiertng with croup whss
we rereiTed a bcife of Chamber!'r
fCoegt Renedr It a' vnr
Idraggiss aad Benson, Smf h
IDS. MAM'S MAINS.
Arrived by tho Australia from the
Urrc Attendance of Vclitivcs aei Frlcsds.
Crowds Alos; ths
ad Pclfcc Esrort.
(From Wednesday's Dally.)
Tho remains of the late Joseph Nn
wnhl arrived on tho Australia
day and were mot by nearly two thou-'
sand mourning friends.
Ahnil ... nli.lif r.Vlnr.1.. c nnm..i ... . ..
-. NJ.iW xv.vx ...v vutjiov tict I
removed in a hearsu .drawn by four 1
horses to tho undertaking parlors of!
II VI iv:ni, .,,..1 !.. . .1.. !
Nawahi residence, Palama.
During tho afternoon hundreds of
visitors called on tho Mrs. Nawahi and
aid their respects, and at night the
avenues leading to the house were
lighted with torches as a mark of respect
to the deceased. The grounds
were fijled with people throughout the
night. The room In which the remains
were lying in state was a mass of cut
flowers in different beautiful designs,
two large pillows made of white flowers
being especially noticable. One
had upon it wrought in flovyers tho
name bf the deceased and the other
On cither side of the casket four
kahili , bearers were placed and they
kept watch during the night while a
number of boys in whom Mr. Nawahi
was much interested during life sang
Hawaiian dirges alternately with music
rendered by the Kawaihau Club.
(From Thursday's Daily.)
The! funeral services of the late Joseph
Nawahi were held in the family
homestead, Palama, shortly before 1
o'clock yesterday. The house and the
grounds were crowded with relatives
and friends of the deceased, and various
sdcieties of which he was a member,
Ibng before the hour announced
for the funeral.
Rev. Timeoto delivered an eulogy
over Uhe remains, in which he dwelt
upon the sterling qualities of Mr.
and the love he had for his
country. During his address the people
congregated paid close attention and
many of them were visibly affected.
At half past one the cortege left
the house, headed by the Hawaiian
Band and a detachment of police under
Captain Parker. Then came Undertaker
Williams in a carriage drawn
by four black horses. Following walked
two societies of women to the number
of 500, and another, 'the Aloha
Aina, of men. The hearse, drawn by
sixty-four of the friends of the deceased,
was next in order. The pall
bearers, J. O. Carter, Charles Creigh-ton,
Oavid Dayton, R. W. Wilcox, W.
C. Achi, S. K. Kane, J. L. Kauluko, F.
J. Testa. E. K. Lilikalani, S. K.
Kaunamano and Kanealii.
The procession marched down King
to Fort to the Kinau wharf where the
casket, draped with an Hawaiian flag,
was carried on board the steamer
Hawaii for transportation to Hilo
where the interment will take place.
This is tlie of
thocsauvls at tu.s season. Eat
They have no appetite; food
does not reLsh and otter fails to digest,
causing sevens safferiag. Such people
need the toning up of the stomach and
digestive organs, which a course of Hood's
Sarsaparilla will give them. It also purifies
and enriches the blood, cores that distress
after eating and
Only a dyspeptic can know, creates aa
appetite, overcomes that tired feeling and
builds up and sustains the whole physical
system. It so promptly and effectively
relieves dyspeptic symptoms and cures
nervous headaches, that it seems to have
elmoit Ja magic touch.,r
Distress After Eating.
"I have been troubled with indigestion
for some time. After eating anything
that was sweet I was sure to experience
great difficulty and distress. Last fall I
began taking Hood's Sarsaparilla and am
glad to say that my stomach trouble has
entirely disappeared. I can now eat a
hearty meal of almost any kind of food
and have no trouble afterwards. Hood's
Sarsaparilla has also cured me of nervoua
spells." Joinr H. Hoheighacses,
Wheatland, Iowa. Sach cures prove tnat
Is the test in tzet the (tee True Blood Pcrifier.
Prepared by C I. Hood & Co., Lowell, 3Iass.
tt j, enre cauKa. indigestion,
nOOQS FllIS MKousnesi sscectt.
H0BR0N DRUG COMPANY.
Wholesale and Retail Grocer
LIXCGLK BLOCS, ZZSG ST.
family. Plantation a Ships Store
Supplied en Short ot'Ot.
vr Roods by rry siestmer. tinier
- -. !. uluui
S- T. ALEXANDER H. P. BALDWIN
ilL unnuLri a Bum
WO. 3 CALIFORNIA STREET.
felaBu Or!? Promptly Filled.
i.;J(.i. hitfett '. .
tu. - Tj
A Model Plant 1b not complete with
out Electric Power, thus dispensing
with small engines.
Why not generate your power from
one CENTRAL Station? One generator
can furnish power to your Pump,
Centrifugals, Elayators, Plows, Railways
and Hoists; also furnish light
and power for a radius of from 15 to 26
Electric power being used saves the
labor of hauling coal in your field, also
water, and does away with high-priced
engineers, and only have one engine to
look after In your mill.
Where water power Is available it
costs nothing to generate Electric
THE HAWAIIAN ELECTRIC COMPANY
is now ready to furnish Electric
Plants and Generators of all descriptions
at short notice, and also has on
hand a large stock of Wire, Chandeliers
ana Electrical Goods.
All orders will be given prompt attention,
and estimates furnished for
Lighting and Power Plants; also attention
is given to House and Marine
THEO. HOFFMAN. Manager.
Is the thing that catches
the eye of the public; the
price is governed mainly by
In good times when money
was plentiful, high .prices,
prevailed, but when the
purse strings were drawn,
Prices Came Down.
We give you a better assortment
to pick from and
better furniture today for
much less money than we
did a half dozen years ago.
Prices today are at bed
rock and can never be lower.
We are not fearful of competition
on prices we haye
now, for the same quality of
In our jobbing and repair
department we have the best-materials
and employ only
the best workmen. No one
can do the same class .of
, upholstering we are doing,
and our charges cannot be
HOPP & CO.
KING AND BETHEL ST.-.
J. T 5. WALKER,
Grsertl Asest lte Hawaiian MlaaJs,
111 km Eiifli
AiliJia:e Marine and General
inn M friHtirance Company of
Scott Ub Union and National Union.
Room Sprecke'i' Block, Ho36JH