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VOL. XXXIV. NO. f.2.
HONOLULU! M I.: TFEHDAV, .H'XE 27, 18!M). SKMIWEEKLY.
&J3adaBajH .! V...Lmiaatt
188DED TUESDAYS AND FRIDAYS.
W. K. ARMSTRONG, EDITOR.
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A. W. PEARSON.
C. J. FALK.
1TOOK AND DOND 11ROKER. MEM
her Hoaolulu Stock Exchange.
Room Ml Judd Building.
ATOfttffiY-Ar-LAW. OFFICE WITH
Tbaretaa tt Carter, Merchant
, men to post office.
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ATTORNEY AT LAW AND NOTARY
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Republic. Honolulu, H. I.
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ATTORNEYS AT LAW. 13 KAAHU
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OHNTAL ROOMS ON FORT STREET.
Office In Brewer's Block, cor. Fort
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importers and Commission Mei
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IMPORTERS AND COMMISSION
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F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.
Of PORTERS AND COMMISSION
Merchant Honolulu, Hawaiian
JOHN T. WATERHOUSE.
IMPORTER AND DEALER IN QEN
eral Merchandise. Queen Street
toOvt Lewera. F. 1. Lowrey. C. M. Cooke
LEWERS & COOKE.
IMPORTERS AND DEALERS IN
Lumber and Building Materials.
Office: 414 Fort Street
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FRANK BROWN MANAGER, 28 and
M Merchant St, Honolulu, H. I.
THE WESTERN AND HAWAIIAN
MONEY LOANED FOR LONO OR
uhort periods on approved security.
W. W. HALL, Manager.
WILDER & CO.
DUMBER, PAINTS, OILS, NAILS,
flail, and Dulldlng Material of all
W. E. MolNTYRE & BRO.
UKOCICRY AND FEED STORE.
Corner King and Fort Streets,
Wholesale and Retail Grooer.
Ill Klug St. Tel. m,
t"AMII,Y, PLANTATION AND SHIPS'
Klorci Supplied on Short NoUoe,
Nt w Woods f eviirr tleaner, Ordr
tt from the other JiUndi rIU
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MAUIIINKHV i)V IJVKItY DKHUIIIP
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CONSOLIDATED SODA WATER
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A QUEEN GALLED
Dealt of tie Widow of the Late
HAD LONG BEEN ILL
Passed Away at HarWalkikl Home
Closing Scanea Funeral
QUEEN DOWAGER DEAD.
Queen Dowager Kaplolanl, after an
Illness of many months, passed from
a condition of unconsciousness to
death at 8:45 o'clock last Saturday
morning, June 24. She had been ob
livious to everything for about three
days. The end had been expected at
any moment for a fortnight, but Ka
plolanl had been a strong woman phys
Ically as well as mentally and was able
to meet tho weakening influences of
her aliments with the equipment of a
.vast store of vitality. There wera at
the bedside at the last moments the
Princes David and Cupid, nephews and
heirs of the Queen Dowager, her phy
sician, Dr. F. Howard Humphris, and
a number of her retainers and house
hold people. Late the night before Dr.
F. R. Day had been called Into consul
tation. The well springs of the tears of the
Hawaiian people have again been
opened and the grief over tho death
of tho beloved alii is manifest every
where. AH during tho time tho ill
ness has been considered extremely
serious, the Walkikl homo where the
death occurred has been thronged day
and night with devoted friends of the
widow of the lato King. Pualellanl,
near Ainahau, is a beautiful place. Tho
house Is an old one set back in a co-
coanut grove. The grounds all of Sat
urday and Sunday and during both
nights contained crowds uttering ex
prcsslonB of sorrow or silently bear
Ing up in their mourning.
Tho news comes as black 111 tidings
to thousands of foreigners as well as
to the race which tho deceased
adorned. Kaplolanl was held In tho
highest esteem by all.
Dr. Humphris gives ns the Immediate
causo of death uraemia. Tho Queen
Dowager had survived no less than
three paralytic strokes and It had been
known for several years that her heart
action was weak and deranged and
that besides sho suffered from a mild
though i uninterrupted attack of
Death was expected early Friday
night, when a number of friends were
hastily summoned to Pualellanl. There
was a sinking spell, during which for
an hour Jar more death was expected
momentarily. Thero was a rally and
as latcas 4 o'clock in the morning It
was the confident anticipation that
death was off perhaps for several moro
Princo David Kawananakoa Is In full
chargo of tho funeral arrangements,
with tho assistance of .his cousin,
Princo Cupid, and their friend John F.
There will be a state funeral on
Sunday afternoon next, July 2.
The body will Ho In state at Pualel
lanl from 9 a. m. to 4 p. m. on tomor
row, Tuesday, Juno 27.
On tho night of Wednesday, Juno 28,
the day after tomorrow, tho body will
bo brought from Pualellanl to Kawala
From noon on Friday, Juno 30, to
midnight, Saturday, July 1, Kawala-
hao church will bo open to tho public.
Thero will liowi large funeral pro
cession, something or very llko the
cortego for tho lato Princess KaiulanI
and tho body will bo placed In tho
royal mausoleum In Nuuaiiu valley,
where rest tho remains of a number of
tho high chiefs und chlefesscH of tho
Islands members of tho royal fam
Hawaiian customs ot uttomllug tho
dead of tho royalty uro being scrup-
ulously observed and all forms will bo
followed till tho end of tho coromonles
In honor of tho luta Queen Dowager.
The kulilll wnurs uro on duty at Pirn
lulluiil, FIRST RELIGIOUS. RKIIViOE.
Tim II rut religious service uvor tho
body of tho Queen Dowager wus held
ut the homo ut 3 o'clock Kstnrdny af
ternoon iimi was in uvory way Honres.
hlvo mid iiutiililn, It was conducted an-
lording lo tint ritual of tlio Anglican
jpUcnnnl cliiirrh by Mr. Fill, u iiinm.
her of Urn poinnnul Muff of 111m linl
ulilp, lliu IIIhIiiiii of Honolulu, Tliono
present Mem I'rlum Duvld, Prluiu
Ciliilil nml vtlfn. fluorniir A. H. ('loir.
Iiorn, Hlnliii Ki'oniiillmil, Timi Owmmj
KiioIiHcIiiiiI, i'o, Hum I, I 'a ill cr iiinl;
Mm. I'urlw. Mm. Jtifgur. Mm. Paul
Ni'iinmnn. Col W. II (.'ornnll. Hlnlur
AII'UIIIIIH IIIMI niMur IH'iltllX II ID UK'
iiclii nidi for iu rmiMiHl uf Ilia
uholu ilurvy of Urn illy will luU mui
II U im w!l iu If-I Unit muiiy llu i
wiiiimis lino h iiiinii'i'r oi iom'Iiii'
will fiiniu fiom IIumhiI, Kuunl iii
U ,l HV0I IMD IIIUHI
K.nfH1"! '"'"i (Tliriii'i An
N'H iW. )'ii inmUr II, l3l mnl
LIVES NO MORE
I THE LATE QUEN DOWAGER KAPIOLANI. I
4 (Pholj by Williams.) '
would havo been slxty-flvo years of age
at tho. end ot this year. It was In 1834
that Kamcbameha IV (Llhollho) was
born. In the same year thero was es
tablished the first newspaper printed
In the Hawaiian Islands. This publi
cation was the Lama Hawaii, at !.&
. Kaplolanl wasthp granddaughVxjof.
Kaumualll, the last King of the Island
ot Kauat and the only subordinate
monarch ot tho group who was not
forced to surrender unconditionally to
tho Great Kamehamcha. Tho Queen
Dowager was of noblo llnoage. Prom
inent In her ancestry were Knmakaho
lei, Queen of Kauai and Kiha, chief of
Hllo, I law nil, was tho blrthplaco of
tho late Queen Dowager. Sho lived
there but a short time and was In
Kona but a few years when she camo
to Honolulu and was at once a figure
in court circles. Sho and her first hus
band wero entrusted with tho very
high duty of caring for tho Princo ot
Hawaii, a child upon whom tho hopes
ot tho nation wero conceded to have
been centered at one time. The people
were plunged Into tho greatest grief
when this llttlo one died nt the age of
four years. The next great blow that
fell upon Kaplolanl was tho death of
her first husband.
On December 19, 18C3, Kaplolanl be
came the wifo ot tho High Chief David
Kalakaua. Sho was then considered
stilt one ot the beautiful native women
ot the country. It was said then and
always afterward that Kalakaua, was
fortunate in securing for a life "mate
a woman of such sterling worth.
When Kalakaua went to tho throno
ho found his wifo entirely equal to tho
requirements of tho high station to
which tho coupla wero elevated. She
was crowned with His Majesty In 1883,
Tho ceremonies of this notablo season
were amongst tho most notable In
ovcry way ever known to tho Islands.
Through It all Kaplolanl was self-possessed,
graceful and dignified.
Kaplolanl was one ot tho most prom
inent visitors on tho occasion of the
colouration of tho Queen Victoria Jub
ilee twclvo years ago. Sho was ro-
celed with royal honors ovorywhoro
and conducted hersolt In a most crcd-
Itablo munnor In every way. Her man
nors wero always courtly and sho know
how to dress to her station. While sho '
did not caio for travel In foreign lands
sho greatly enjoyed tho trip across the
United states and over to England.'
being much Interested In all that sho
saw and loarnlng on her own account
many things that shn thought might
bo applied to tho benefit of her peo
ple Tho only other trip of any mo-1
innnl over mado by the Queen Dnwugor
wns to MIitoiiuhIii by Hailing ousel
vsliou nlio was quite a young woman,
It Ih doubtful If shn over fully nuovl
ori'd from Urn hliock simlalniMJ 011 the
ilimlli of Kiilnkuiin, to whom ulio was1
itiivotcd us iohhIIio, I
Hiiiio inn owtriiuovv or 1110 monarchy I
lii'm In lb'j;i, KuplolHiil has llvod 11ry1
qiili'lly, llnr iiliicla! Iiilnriml has
neon Hi lliu ttuinuu of llio uoiiion of
Imr iimi) nml in tlm l(iiiloliiul ,Miilnr.
nlly Homo mnl llm Kuplolunl llonio for;
(III In ut lliu Kiillhl MHiihliiK ulullon,.
Him lum lit'i'ii out untidily only it fuw
llmim, Wlii'ti Mull i'IiouhIi fclio lum nl
Ifinlml Dm minimi uiu of Hie Mulnr
nil)' lloiuit. II iul)S wilumuij for I Im
uiimiiiily 1 Immune of Kuplolunl In miy
Unit lliri'iifll nil llm inl!lni illlllrul
dim Inifii line iimniiy iiiiuilnim wlUi
foii'ijinnm vii) liuil Imi'ii fiimuU In tlm
old iln Hi'iii ilimiiii'il siuiinl)' ut nil
I'lilll H'lT li'ii'iilly liu win fitiinmiilly
In iniifnu'iim, mi (in own million, iviili
ixiiiin or Him iiii) iiroimiii'in in ikiIiIIi
jlfu ImfM linluy 'lliu IJunni hiuMvf
Imil H 'iiJy hIiihIii ut nitlliliiM
over a quarter of a million dollars,
This she some monttiB ago transferred
to her ncphewB? Sho had long intend
ed that they should bo her heirs and
mado the transfer for tho purpose ot
avoiding any litigation.
Robert Wilcox says that Lllluokalanl
is a half-niece of KaDlolanl In the
tourtlidegreo andtthat Teresa Owana
KaobelelanI Is the same; that Eliza
beth Kckaatau Is a half-nicco In tho
third degree; that Stella Kcomallanl
is a grand-nlcco through tho first hus
band of tho Queen Dowager; that
Princo Albert Kunuiakca Is 11 halt
A GOOD WOMAN.
Kaplolanl had been ill for two years.
With astonishing fortltudo and a re
markable exhibition ot physical cour
ago sho had battled successfully with
sickness after sickncsM nnd shock after
shock of the terrible paralysis. For a
long time sho reallzcd,,woll that tho
enu couiu not. do rar aistani. nrougn
tho protracted ordeal ot facing death
sho was tho same calm, dignified, un
complaining woman, loved nnd ad
mired everywhere and now universally
mourned. It can well be said of Ka
plolanl, ns was onco said by an Amor
lean ot Her Majesty Queen Victoria,
that sho was a queenly woman as well
nB a womanly queen. Before Princo
David Kalakaua was elected to tho
throno his gentlo and nmlablo wifo was
known from Hawaii to Nllhau as one
combining within herself and spread
ing about nearly all tho noble traits of
a truly admlrablo character. Sho was
ever kind, ever thoughtful of tho feel
ings and wellbelng ot others. As her
mind was always active disposing for
tho gooH ot the pcopla and tho advance
ment of tho interests of her relatives
and friends, so wero her hands ever
willingly employed In tho satno direc
tion and so was her purse over gener
ously open to meet tho needs of tho
worthy. Her moral piano was u high
and oxalted and compreheiiBlvo level
and her constant aim wus to havo ex
emplified In tho orders ot tho days and
tho comings and goings of all people
or too nation me uationul motto. Sho
practiced and encouraged Christian
worship und observances and hur char
ity was boundless und sensible. Sho
was ono of thoso rarest of women, who
endeared herself to all other women.
She dosorved this, for sho felt that tho
women of tho lund could not havo too
much dono for thorn. Hur mind ovolvod
and her lurgess mado possible tho Ka
plolanl Maternity Homo, ono of the
inoKt imofiil Institutions of tho Inland,
As tho consort of tho late King Kula
kinm, Kuplolmil was continuously
happy nnd ugroeuble, Hho wih a whin
ing light of tho court and u most hur
inouloiis, honoHt mid well bulmueil po
litical factor. Thero vuro compiled
lliiiis nml IntrlKiicu Inclilontal to tho
tluonu iiluioupliuni In a small louutry.
Hut no mutter what tho slttiutlon, 110
matter what tho 1 barge or loiinlor
duuKon, 110 mutter how Htrulund tho
inlulloim of tuitions, poihoiih or pur
lieu, Kuplolunl wiih alwuys fni und
clour, VYIiuliitnr liilliiunro vim hrmiKlit
to hour In lliu Hold of llm polity of tlm
Million, lliu vw'IkIU of ( wim fur n.
npix nihility mnl luoiullly mnl for wU'p
pliiK fiom fofloin loinlltliius to pol
lloim of liopu mnl in tlm illieciloii of
llm iiiiiuies of tlm lient iipiiitlnuu
vMlliln llm lireuoU of lum moil mnl
uiuimi, At llm loioiiiilluii, In llm
inonlli of ruin mil y, U. Kuplolunl
won h iioiublii mnl fitufi I'liuiliuliln Hk
mi' bli" ly Imr lornl limning nml
In 1 I'llilliliioini of iiitu mnl lint mill
lli,en iiipii-iUlloii of nil Iimi uu
ill! UK lliullliw lliu miiiliuillnii
tfmliiijti 111 I'tiin Tl(')
UNITED FOR LIFE
Pretty Weddinn at the Altar of
THE CRAHE-JtHHINGS NUPTIALS
Large Oatherlns In th Churoh-At
tha Home of the Nawly Married
Charles S. Crano and Miss Haiel
Jennings wero united In marriage at
St. Andrew's Cathedral lost evening.
Rcr. Alex. Mackintosh conducted the
services In a solemn and Impressive
Tho church was well filled' with
friends of brldo and groom, for both
aro deservedly popular. Tho ushers
wero Arthur Mackintosh, Henry Giles
and George Angus. Promptly at 8
o'clock, Wrny Taylor, who presided at
tho organ, touched tho keys and the
beautiful strains of the Lohengrin -bri
dal maroh announced that tho wedding
party had arrived. Calmly, with
dignity and grace, tho brldo moved up
the central alslo. From thp side tho
groom advanced to moot her. Tho
brldo was accompanied by her father,
who Kayo her away, and Miss Clara
Lowrle, who acted as bridesmaid,
Henry Crane, li'rothcr of tho groom,
performed tho duties ot best man.
Tho brldo presented a most charm
ing appcaranco in her gown of white,
with tho long, snowy veil draped
about her. Sho carried a bunch ot or
ange blossoms, as also did Miss low
rlo. Tho groom was calm and proud
as he repeated tho words of tho wed
During the ceremony the benutltut
harmony of "O, Promlso Me," and
Gounod s nuptial march softly roso
and fell. Tho party retired to tho mu
bIc ot Mendelssohn's wedding march
They then drove to their home, whero
they wero met by a number of frlcndB.
The homo ot Mr. and Mrs. Crnuo Is
on Herotanla street, between Pllkol
and Keeaumoku, Tho place was re
cently purchased by Mr. Crane, and Is
handsomely furnished nnd has under
gone extensive alterations. Hero there
assembled for tho reception friends In
such numbers that every room was
filled, tho lanal crowded and a por
tion of tho lawn occupied. Tho hearti
est congratulations were offered brldo
and groom. Tho homo was prettily
decorated for tho occasion with lovely
flowers and with vines, palms and
greens of all sorts. Hawaiian flags
wero prominent, us tho groom Is a na
tlvo of .tho Islands, son ot tho late
Capt. Crane, ono of the pioneer Amer
icans. Presents which had been sent to tho
couplo were displayed on a largo tablo
nnd on the walls and nbout tho va
rious rooms. Tho gifts would, If enu
merated, ra;i Ito up qulto an extensive
catalogue Many ot them wero
costly, Mr. and Mrs. Crano were
remembered by Uie fellow-omployes
groom in tho Gazette
Company. Thero were also tokens
from tho telephone olllcc, from
Ewn plantation, from tho Myrtlo Boat
Club and from scores ot Individuals.
Thero wero many silver and glass and
china sets, and many pictures nnd
pieces of cut glass and cutlery.
Mrs. Jennings, mother of tho bride,
distributed pieces ot tho wedding
oako. Refreshments wero served In n
largo lanal especially erected for tho
purpose. Tiicso, wero uainty nnu am
ple, Tho social continued to a quite
lato hour. Thero was piano music
and singing. Tho attendance nnd cor
diality spoko volumes for tho popular
ity of tho young rouplo so auspicious
ly mated for life.
A Ciitliiillc Oiuiinlalloii
I'lm (Jiitliolle lloiiiivoleut Society
completed lis oiganlatlou last oven,
lug by dilution of llmmt milium
I'roHldont, A, K, lluinplneyH; ilmt
vlru pioHlilonl, Jns A. Tliompnon; nee.
oud io picililonl, M A. (Iiiiim lives;
icronlliiK MTiolury, ,1 I' IMdiiinlti
lliiiiurliil Koi'inlmy, A V Hn.iliuiyj
liwiniiii.ri A I. Muipliyj tnn'Kiiunt'iii'
uimn, I', MelneriD'l Mumiom llu.ml of
nirndom win, living. J. J. H11IIU1111,
J, W, MiiiiIuiiuMi II, (lui'iri'in, Jiillun
AmIi, (I miy, J, Hmilnx,
1 "" '
A I'umm'uII Ulniiwr.
Mr ilelir, nf llm im inlhiiy for
IIUo, wun Urn runiiui lnini nl it lln
hit in unii nf lliu pilviiiu ilinliiH riionm
of tlm uuiiii iniinl nt iiwuilnn.
The gentleman has made maay frteate
uuring nis sojourn In Hawaii mad ay
few of these were seated with Mei at
tho table for nbout three hours taaC
night Those present were: Mr. Oekr.
Copt. Wilder, Col. J. w. Jones, Chester
A. Doylo, Attorney Maydwcll of Hlto.
rtiiorney waKClieui or Hllo, Mr. Almy
of the Washington Light company
Capt W. George Ashley, J. S. Walker
tho Insurance man of Honolulu, mai
Walter Hardy, the Hllo realty dealer.
Tho dinner was a dollghtful affair la
every way, with tho tablo daintily dee
orated and the room ornamented for
tho occasion. Mr. Gehr Is to leave tm
day for tho States on business for fcfft
'I he New Knllwny.
H. B. Gehr of tho Kohala-Hllo Rail
way leaves today to meet Mr. Pearsoa,
the constructing engineer of the earn
pany. Provided Mr. Browne, one of
tho promoters of the scheme, U Is
Son Francisco, Mr. Gehr will contlaua
East Actual work, will probably be
fln within a month."
FUNERAL OF THE I
LATE KAPIOLANI. 1
Tho body ot the lato Queem H
Dowager will Ho in state at St
Pualellanl from 9 o'clock this K
morning to 4 o'clock this afterj
noon. . tt
Tho Government band will be K
In attendance from 2 p. m. to 4 St
p. m. R
At a confcrcnco to be held to- S
morrow afternoon betwoen rep- S
rescntatlvcs of tho lato Queen S
Dowagor'B household and the 8
Government, final arrangement K
will bo concluded' for the stat S
funeral to bo held Sunday aiter'tt
noon next - IB
A guard ot honor from the S
staff of President Dolo will be at
sent to tho bier ot tho late S
Queen Dowager this morning. S
Tomorrow night tho body will tt
bo brought from Pualellanl to S
Kawalahao church. X-
From noon of Friday, Juaa'iSt
30, to midnight Saturday. JulrK
1, Kawalahao church 'will bet
open to tho public. tt"
Tho formal ' request to the tt
Govornmont concerning Its par- tt
ticlpatlon In tho funeral wait K
mado last evening or rather tt
was delivered last evening to Vt
MaJ. Potter. " of 1 the l'rcsidont'K r Sfc
staff and will bo placed before K
tho President and his Ministers tt
this morning. Soon nftor the tt
death, tho Minister of Foreign S
Affairs, Mr. E. A. Mott-Smlth. tt
called at Pualellanl with the S
condolences ot tho ndrnUilstra- S
All of yesterday and last K
night tho house nnd grounds ot S
the Wnlkikl homo of the late S
Queen Dowager wero filled with S
friends. Thero wero great S
throngs of natlvo Hawailins S
nnd many foreigners called to' ft
offer condolences to the Princes 82
nnd intlmato friends of the late 82
Qucon Dowager. 82
S 8 K 8 8 8 S S 8 S S 8J 88 88 Y S
Compuiiy OruuiiixinH to ll.tndle
Fine Lit nili-.
Application has been made 49 Un
Government for articles of Incorpora
tion for tho Palolo Land and Improve
ment Company. Tho capital ateek is
1200,000, ot which $50,000 will be paid
up and the remainder ismnalrr
There are 2000 shares at 10ff. Tha
land Is situated In Palolo meka of
the Walalao road, extonding TON feet
towards Walalac. Tho olovaUe Ur
from 100 to 800 feet. A large aaiount
of tho acreage Is already under rice,
taro onir banana cultivation and
lolda a largo yearly inepmo. A proav
pectus Is to bo Issued soon, Aaallca
tlous for stock arc being recolrad at
the ofllro ot James F. Morgan. The
exploiting of this tract will enable
largo amount of trust funds te bo
used whoao conditions aro such that
they cannot bo Invested except U real
estate. This promises to bo one of the
most soiight-iifler suburban eitea of
An Alumni Supper,
Tho class of '90, Kauiuluunolnt
Schools hold 11 reunion nt tlm Muniul
Inst oveulng. This Is tlio II mt tlmu
nuythlng of tlm kind bus hmn done.
mnl tlm honor of chIuIjIImIiIiik a pre
1 cdunt goon to Hint cliiin. There un
fourteen gnuluutoH ot that yuir. but
only tin co urn In tlio city, Tlmm wuru
n number of Invltml uoU, A sump
1 11 oil n niiikii hml lieou pit'iiitiol, ami
dill lug Hut prore of lliu fount
toiuU tnrn lopninlcd u mnl mjllego
muiKu wein niihk,
'llm MIHHi'e (liTlriidu mnl Marlon
Hcoll, MIm J'iIImI KIiii, Mm, Mury
(Iiiiiii. llm Mime llli'i'i Arlluii' l(h',
Minn Mu Hurl, ()imi4 A KUImi. tlm
Ml'" mt M'lli nml IU l'mmr
ul mo ) Hmial )M wwck oh yUH l"
lliuilu am) Hhi,
inu uitff nmi niv, bhj