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TIIH W11UKLY 1111,0 TRIHUNK, IIII.O, HAWAII, FRIDAY. SEPTIJM1IUR 18, 1903.
mjc fflila vtlnme-
Pit IDA Y, SUpTKMBKR 18, 1903.
Htitciedntthc Postofficc at Hilo, Ha
waii, iih second-class mutter
PUIILISIIKD KVKRV VRIDAV.
I.. W. Haworth - - Baitot.
COUNTY REPUBLICAN TICKET.
L. A. ANDREWS
NORMAN K. LYMAN
NATHAN C. WILLFONG
For Assessor mid Tnx Collector
GEORGE II. WILLIAMS
I'or County Attorney
W. II. SMITH
THOS. E. COOK
For Members of the Honrd of Sttperv isors
H. N. HOLMHS
S. L. DESHA
S. G. WALKER
W. II. LAMIIERT
The ticket placed in the field by
the first Republican Convention of
the County of Kast Hawaii is com
posed of competent and honest men.
The Republican ticket is the Tri-
buni: ticket, and the verdict of the
jury of thirty-one delegates last
Monday night is a mandate that
will be heeded by every good Re
publican in the County. That
mandate calls for the sinking of all
differences that divided men or fac
tions before the Convention and
bids them come together and work
for the election of the entire ticket
It bids them to stand together not
only for the election of these men,
but to stand together and work to
gether for the principles enunciated
in the platform. We are to work
together for the eradication of race
issues, which means liberal treat
ment of the Hawaiian in the distri
bution of offices. We are to work
together in upholding the dignity
and honor of labor, which means a
preference is due the citizen work
ingmau. We are to work together
to avoid discrimination against any
village, town, or hamlet in under
taking public work. We Republi
cans are to work together, both
during this short campaign and as
long as we are Republicans, for
honest and economical administra
tion in every County office. That
means that dishonesty in office,
whether the officer be Republican,
Home Ruler or Independent, shall
be relentlessly punished. Under
the County system, public officials
become directly the servants of the
people and must be held responsible
and accountable for their acts by
the people. Its a vast step forward
from the system under which Hilo
and Kast Hawaii have been man
aged since time began.
The II11.0 Tkikukk will under
take to do its share as a Republican
paper in assisting the people of this
County to a realization of the prin
ciples adopted by the Republican
party. Therefore it has no hesi
tancy in urging every voter to vote
the ticket straight.
The Tkhiunk does not believe
the Republican party in Kast Ha
waii can stand the strain of such
methods as were used by opposing
factions in the convention and pri
maries this year. Victories cannot
be made with "unit rule" and "viva
voce" ballot casting. A watch can
not be made or repaired with a
sledge hammer or a crow bar. These
weapons are effective when used to
knock out factional adversaries;
but they do not attract votes. As
measures to an immediate end they
serve the transient purpose, but at
great expense. Both rules are un
fair to the minority.
can never afford to ignore the mi
nority. Its votes are important
and tactics which alienate the mi
nority are not safe. The 'unit
rule" is a dangetotts weapon. The
viva voce vote is an obsolete cum
bersome and 1111 American cat-o-nine
tails. The Territorial Republican 1 Any one having first class speci
Kxecutive Committee should add j mens of these products are request
to the Republican party rules; one, ed to notify Mr. Higgins at Demos
debarring the unit rule in County , thuncs Cafe at once.
or Territorial conventions; and one
providing for n secret ballot for
delegates to nil conventions. In
Hawaii, these two reforms arc
especially needed to promote unity
in the party and to make work
within the party neither n hazard-
ous or distasteful task for subordi-1
nates employed by corporations.
When the votes were counted
after the Fourth Precinct Primary
election two weeks ago, A. ).
Loebenstein was perhaps the most If the plans decided upon yesterday
surprised man in town. He was are carried out, .separate unions will
no doubt agreably surprised to find be. chartered for the carpenters,
that he headed the list of delegates longshoremen, painters and hack
in point of votes, having received ' men. There will also be two
l45 ballots. It was apparent that Federated Labor unions embracing
this backing came from Anti-An-' such trades as do not give employ
drews or Todd voters. From that j ent heft to enough men to form
time to the adjournment of the con- separate unions,
ventiou and to the present time, j From each of these unions will
Mr. Loebenstein has acted the part , " chosen three delegates, who will
of a nood republican, obeying the formthelIiloiXaborCouncil.Thc.se
j plain instructions of the voters who j
entrusted him with a mission. He
was handicapped by the "unit
rule," a device suggested by him
self and as eagerly adopted by An
drews men in the precinct club meet
ing, as by any one else. His fight
was legitimate, earnest and marked
throughout with the zeal character
istic of Loebenstein.
In the Herald's report of the con
vention an effort is made to discredit
A. H. Loebenstein, for what pur
pose no one can tell, unless it be to
satisfy the editor's hatred, or un
less it be for the darker and more
unholy purpose of reading out of
the Republican party, the minority
of the delegates who in the Fourth
Precinct represented the majority
of Republican voters. Happily for ,
the party Mr. Loebenstein and the
men who sent him to the conven
tion are broader minded. They
know how to fight within party
lines and submit with loyalty and
good feeling even through a chorus
of barkers goes up as they go down.
The Herald will attempt in vain to
induce the Todd men to bolt or to
induce Wm. Todd to run inde
pendent for the office of sheriff.
Mr. Loebenstein belongs to the
Republican party and his services
are needed within the party. If
he exults in victory, he is loyal in
defeat. And to insinuate that he
sought to lead the Hilo delegation
from the convention hall, when as
sailed on the floor is adding insult
to injury. If it was Loebenstein
that fought for his man to the last
ditch, it was Loebenstein who
wiped out factional lines with a
glad hand and a smile and moved
to make it unanimous.
C. L. Ci.i:mi',nt has been mak
ing a praiseworthy attempt to pro
cure for this city theatrical enter
tainers and deserves more encourage
ment from the people than has so
far been accorded. Frivolity Freear
came with a one man show. He
pleased those who went to hear
him. Mr. Clement and the show
both lost on the Hilo venture. The
complaint is often heard that we
have no shows in Ililo. Mr. Cle
ment is getting in touch with the
show people and with the proper
encouragement will from time to
time supply the want.
A. C. McKhnnp.y is tempera
mentally the ideal man for chair
man of a convention. He is even
better than this when he is on your
For St. Louis lMllilt.
J. K. Higgins, representing the
Hawaii Kxperimcut Station, is in
the city to collect material for the
Agricultural exhibit at the St.
Louis Kxpositiou. Mr. Higgins
wants all kinds of agricultural and
horticultural products. He is here
with ample equipment to preserve
any kind of perishable fruits. lie
especially wants fine banana sped-
mens, custard apples, papains, alii
I'ntnr nenrs. Ilmiioiis mid oranues.
grapes, grape fruit, figs, litchi, fruit
of the calabash tree, rose apples,
sapota pears, strawberries, cashew,
nnituinrniiilnL ..ii.nnl nnlntnMC 1r. '
lVfl,VI il.l.VW., illl V, jMlltHMW , .W
quats, cocoa beans.
1111,0 I.AIIOil MATTllRS.
Separate Unions lo lie Formed Tor
J. P. Rasmusscn, representing
the Sailors' Union of the Pacific
has been in Ililo the past week in
the interest of organized labor. He
has held a number of conferences
with the leaders of the Federated
Trades and will succeed in organiz
ing the laboring men of Hilo ac
cording to the different branches.
Meetings were held last night for
the purpose of completing the work.
organizations will receive charters
and have the support of the differ
ent International Unions and the
American Federation of Labor.
t'luirlh llfglus nt Home.
While giving all the due credit
to the ladies who arranged the
charity ball for the benefit of the
Hilo Hospital, we cannot help con
gratulating our government with n
new evidence of rank imbecility.
We remind the readers that Hilo
Hospital is just as much a govern
ment institution as any other po
lice, mail, courts, etc. To put a
government institution into such a
condition that it has to resort to
public charity for the satisfaction
of its most urgent needs (like put-
tjg ;,, a ew bath tub) means not
more and not less than to declare
this Territory a beggar. If we can
collect alms for the Territorial hos
pital, why should not we do the
same for the Territorial Supreme
Court or for covering the expenses
of the Legislature? To all queer
resources of public revenue now in
existence, charity would constitute
a new and a novel addition.
Not less remarkable is the fact
that at the same time we are en
dowing private hospitals, like that
known by the name of Queen's
Hospital in Honolulu at the rate of
$30,000 a year. Really our Legis
lators have forgotten that charity
begins at home!
Around the World.
Rev. Jeremiah Zimmerman of
Syracuse, New York, who is mak
ing a tour of the world could not
pass the Hawaiian group of Islands
without visiting Hilo, the Volcano
House and the largest active vol
cano in the world. He is studying
the sociological effect of missions,
in almost every country in the
world, and will produce a book
upon the subject. He admits al-
I ready that his final judgment after
personal inspection may differ
somewhat with the opinion he held
while pastor of the Lutheran
Church in Syracuse, New York, a
position he has held for twenty-five
years with distinction. He will
devote the coming winter to arche
ological study in Kgypt. He is an
author of note, "Spain and her
people" being his lastest work.
He was one of the editors of the
Century Dictionary, and his im
pressions of Hawaii will be interest
I have opened a Hhop on Wniatiueuue
street, next to Demosthenes' Cale, where
I ' '"" ready to make
English Saddlos a Specialty
WliHHKAS, Act 31 of the regular session
of .903 of the Legislature of the Teirilory
.. 11 11 .1 . 1 ., . 11
of Hnwnii provides Hint an election shall 1
1 . 1 1 x 1 1 t 1 1 '
be held on November 3,, 1, A. I). 1903. for
the purpose of elect nK County officer.,
ami that at least sixty days prior to he
3rd day of November. A. D. 1903. the
Governor shall issue a proclamation for I
A'ow,tieeoe, in accordance there-!
with, I, Sanford II. Dole, Governor of the
Territory of Hawaii, Hereby Rive notice
that n special election for County officers
of the several Counties of the Territory of
Hawaii, will be held on Tuesday, the 3rd
day of November, A. I). 1903, between
the hours of 8 o'clock n. 111. and 5 o'clock
p. 111., in each County throughout the
Territory, except the County of Kalawao,
including Knlaupap-i, Kalawao anil Wni
kolu, 011 the Island of Molokui.
The Counties nre as follows:
COUNTY OP OAHU Including the
Island of Oahti and nil other Islands of
the Territory not included in any other
COUNTY OP MAUI Including the
Islands of Maui, Molokai, Latiai and Ka
lioolaue and all other Islands within
three uautictl miles of the shores thereof,
but not including that put of the Island
of Molokai known as Kalatipapa, Knla
w no nnd Waikolu.
COUNTY OP WEST HAWAII In
eluding the Districts of Kau, Nortli Ko-
hila, South Kohala, North Kona and
Sol,ti, Kona, upon the Island of Hawaii,
and nil other Islands within three iiauti
cnl miles of the shores thereof.
COUNTY OP HAST HAWAII In
cluding the Districts of ''Hilo, Puna and
Hamakui, upon the Island of Hawaii,
and nil other Islands within three nauti
cal miles of the shores thereof.
COUNTY OP KAUAI Including the
Islands of Kauai and Niihau, and all
other Islands within three nautical miles
of the shores thereof.
County officers to be elected.
FOR THE COUNTY OP OAHU.
Seven Supervisors, two of whom khall
be elected from the I'ourth Representa
tive District, two from the Pifth Repre
sentative District and three from the
County at large.
Sheriff, who shall be Coroner ex officio.
County Clerk, who khall be Recorder
Assessor nnd Tax Collector.
Treasurer, who shall be License Col lee
tor e. officio.
POR HACH OP THU COUNTIHS OP
MAUI, WHST HAWAII, HAST
HAWAII AND KAUAI.
Sheriff, who shall be Coroner e officio.
County Clerk, who shall be Recorder
Assessor nnd Tax Collector.
Treasurer, who slnll be License Collec
tor ex officio.
The Registration Precincts are as fol
I'uun, Hilo and Hnmakua, Islntid of Ha
waii. Pirst Precinct All of Pun 1 except Ke
a 111 and Olan.
Second Precinct The binds of Keaau
Third Precinct That portion of Hilo
lying between Puna and Pouahawaii
street mid road and the line of its cxte i
sioti to the sea.
I'ourth Precinct Thnt portion of Hilo
lying betwetn the Third Precinct ami the
Pifth Precinct That portion of Hilo
lying between Honolii stream and the
laud of Makahnualoi.
SUth Precinct Tint portion of Hilo
lying between the Pifth Precinct and the
bed of the Waikauuinlo Oulch.
Seventh Precinct Thai portion of the
Pirst Election District lying between the
Sixth Precinct and the bed of the Kaula
Eighth Precinct That portion of tin
Pirst Election District lying between the
Seventh Precinct and the land of Kalop 1.
Ninth Precinct That portion of the
Pirst Election District lying between the
Eighth Precinct nud the bed of the Ma
Tenth Precinct That portion of the
Pirst Election District ling between the
Ninth Precinct uud Kohal 1.
. SECOND DISTRICT
Kohala, Kona and Kau, Island of Hawaii.
Pirst Precinct North Kohala.
Second Precinct South Kohala.
Third Precinct That portion of North
Kona lying north of the northerly boun
dary of Holunloa mid n line running from
the north comer of Holualoi lo the south
corner of Piiuaiiahulii.
Pourth Precinct That portion of the
Second Election District bounded by the
Third Precinct, Haiinkua, K.ui, the
bem Hilar) of Keanuhou from Kau to Ho-
natulan, the ninth boundary of Houauuaii
and the sea.
Fifth Precinct That portion of South
Kona lying between Keei and Olelo.
Sixth Precinct That portion of South
Kona lying between the Fifth Precinet
Seventh Precinct Thut portion of Kau
lying between South Kona mill 1'iiiinltiti.
Hlgth Precinct The remainder of Kuu.
THIRD DISTRICT. j
Islands of Maul, Molokal. La.mi and Ka.
Second Precicl-TI. a portion of the '
,9luml of Uolokai t.xceplltIK Kali..,,.,,
K,Uwao aI1 , Waiulu.
Third Prcclnct-Tlut portion of Wet ,
Mfllll lyil1K Letwet.. the lands of Wnlka I
j)tl ali iikvkni
Pourth Precinct Tlut portion or West
Muulljing between the lands of Hana-1
"a" "" "unite, Known as rmiinnnui. .
Pifth Precinct The Island of Limit
Sixth Precinct That portion of the
District ofWailuku lying west and north
west of a line running from the mouth of
Wniluku stream southerly along the smd
hills to Maalaea 11 ly and including the
Island of Kahoolawe
Seventh Precinct That portion of the
District of Wniluku bounded by the Sixth
Precinct, the lauds of Pulebuiiui, Kclia
liuu, Kailua, Hokuula mid Hamnkiiapoko
and the sen.
Highlit Precinct ll that portion of
Kula on Hast Maui lying west of n line
running front Hnuuaula to the north
boundary of Pulehunui on the line of the I
two hills Puu (i Kali and Puu o Koha.
Ninth Precinct The remainder of
Kula and that portion of Hamakutpoko
lying south-west of the Maliko Gulch and ,len and Kekah.i Plantations and extend
miuki of the ro.id running from Kalui- iK iiig a line in continuation of the
uui to the Mnkawao J.nl and u line in ex
Tenth Precinet The reniiinder of Ha
unkuapnko and tint portion of llama
kualoa lying west of the Kihalehakti
Hleventh Precinct Tlwt portion of
Hast Maui ljilig between Hnlehaku and
Twelfth Precinct That portion of Hast
Maul lying between Opuolu and Kapauli
Thirteenth Precinct All that portion
of Hast Maui lying between the Twelfth
Precinct uud Kipahulu.
1'ourtceuth Precinct Kipah'ilu unit
Fifteenth Precinct-That portion of
East Maui lying between the Fourteenth
Precinct and the Eighth and Ninth Pre-i
cincU, including KuhtLiuui and Ho-
uuaula Done at the Capitol in Honolulu this 3Ut
FOURTH DISTRICT. da7 of August, A 1X1903
All that portion of the Island of Oihu ' (Signed! SANFORD 11. DOLE,
lying east and south of Nuuanu street lit the Governor,
and a line drawu in extension thereof "(Signed) G. R. CARTER,
from the Nuuanu Pali to Mokapu Point. Sccretarj of the Territory. 45-8
First Precinct All that porttou of the - -m -- - -,-ui,,
said District comprised 111 the District ofl m( lf y.,,,,.,,, YnJil il" Fll
Honoluln and lying east of a Hue running J-UI IS1SLL "UtLUl 111
from the long bridge on Ala Mourn to
the north ungle of King and Punahou
streets, the true bearing being N 30 deg.
30 mm. E., thence along Pumhou street
to the foot of Manoa Road, thence inauLa
to and along the western edge of Manoa
Valley to the IiimiI of the sime.
Second Precinct All that portion of
the said District lying between the west
erly boundary of the Pirst Precinct and a
hue running from the seashore along
SheniUu street, Pnkoi street extension
nnd Piikoi street, to and along the west
ern boundary of the Luualilo Home
premises to the south comer of Kalawv
hineaiul along the eastern boundiry of
Kalawahine until it strikes the western
side of the First Precinct at a point about
.. f ,,- lllt
1400 feet uiauka of Tantalus.
Third Precinct All that portion of the
said District bounded by the westerly
bound iries of the First, Second and
Eighth Preciuets, Nuuanu and School
streets, a line running from the junction
of School and Punchbowl streets, to the
old (lag pole crest ot Punchbowl and the
summit of the Koiiahtinuui range.
Fourth Precinct All that portion of
the said District bounded by the Third
and Eighth Precincts and lleretauia mid
Fifth Precinct All tint portion of the
said District bounded bv the Eighth Pre
cinct and lleretauia, Punchbowl, King
and Militant streets and the w iter front.
Sixth Precinct Al thai portion of the
said DiUrict boumlul by vliltlnui, King,
Punchbowl, llerel 1111 1 and Nun inn streets
.mil tile liarlior.
n i. , ,n,n,,i, .-.f
AH that portion of
the sud District lying outside of the Dts-
trict of Honolulu
Eighth Pncinel All th it portion of
.1 . in ... 1 i .. 1 i,
the sud District lying between the west-
erly boundary of the Second Precinct and
n line running from the shore along
South. King nud Alupii streets, nud from
.11 iAf,,, . ..., , ,i, ni,i fi ...
the Ih-hiI of Ahqut street to the old (lag
I pole crest of Punchbowl, thence to unit
long easterly edge of Pauoi Valley until
it strikes the westerly line of the Second
... . .. . 1 . r .1. 1. ...
Precinct nt a point ji.st m.ka. of the hog
back nt foot of Tuiitalus Cone
All that Dortiou of the Isl md ot Oahu
lying west uud north of Niiuiuu street
, ,, , . 1 ., 1
and aline drawn in extension thereof
from the Niiuiuu Pali to Mokapu Point.
First Precinct All that portion of the
Juilic, ,1 and Taxation District of Koolau.
poko lying west Hint norm 01 11 line
drawu from the Nuuanu Pnli to Mokapu
Second Precinct The Judicial and
raxutiou District of Kool iuIot
Third Precinct The Judicial and Tax-
Fourth Preciiict-Thejudicial and Tux-
, ntiou District of Wahuae
Fifth Precinct All that portion of the
I judicial and Taxation District of Ewa,
, comprised iu the lauds of Ho ieae nud
I Sixth Precinct All the reinuiuiug por-
' lion of the Judicial and Tuxatiou District
I Seveuth Preeiuct All that portlou of
Honolulu or Koim lying umluii of Hit
King street rmd from tlir Hwn line to
tit.. L'liti. l 1. .1,1 1 ..11 i. ..e
"" -.- "" a' '""",,,,
, ,,..,"'. "j". tw" """ t0 l,,c Iim,M
rind up kiililil Vullev.
... , ., ,.,,.. . ,
Eighth Precinct All th.il portion of
IIotlolllIl, or K()1M ,, , Ju of ,,,.
King street r.Mil from the ....in road up
Kalihj io I
.imw,, froI11 Ule ,.l Ihercufli. exlcn.l..,.
,)f thu liuc ()f JmM ..trcet, to nnd along
t,c riliKC formill(, tllL weslL.riy bonicr f
Nilll, precinrt All that portion of
ttoiitilulti or Kouu ljinK between the
Highlh Precinct uud Nuuanu street, and
in iiikn of n line drawn along School
street, the Nuuanu stream and llcrctiitiia
Tenth Precinct All that portion of
Honolulu or Komi hounded by King,
Liliha and School streets, the Nun 111U
streim, lleretauia and Nuuuuil streets and
Island of Kauai and Niiluu.
Pirst Precinct The Island of Nithnti.
Second Precinct That portion of the
District of Waimea extending from the
Third Precinct to the Puu manna Point.
Third Precinet Tint portion of the
District of Wiiiiiieu extending from Hana-
pepe to the boundary line between Wai-
siid bouudar) to the sea.
Pourth Precinct Prom nud including
Knlahea to nud including Hainpepe.
Pifth Precinct The District of Koloa
from its junction with Lititie to and in
cluding the laud of Ltwai.
Sixth Precinct The District ol Lilllle.
Seventh Precinct lixteudiug from the
land of Papaa to nud including the laud
Eighth Precinct Extending from Ka
lihiwui river to and including the laud of
Ninth Preeiuct Extending from Kali
lnwai river to the nortli boundary of the
District of Wuimea.
, "" wnereo.. 1 ime uereunio
1 t.. ..: 1 ! r ,.... 1
mh my iiuiiii nun caused tile
sttAi. seal of the T'-rritory of Hawaii
to be hereto affixed.
101111011 10 IMH'UCiOKti
1111(1 of SlllO.
h, accord nice with the provisions ofn
certain mortgage timle bv Jose M Pereirn
, and Marin J. 7. Feteira, his wife, of Ho-
uokaa, Haiunkua, Island of Hawaii, to A.
II Liudsiy of said Houokaa, dated June
18th, A. D. 1898, nud recorded 111 the Reg
ister Office. Oahu, H. T , in Liber 180 on
pages 170 to 172, notice is hereby given
that the said AJfll. L1uds.1v, mortgagee,
intends to foreclose the s-iul mortgage for
condition broken, to-wit nonpayment
of the pnncipil and interest when due.
Notice is also herein uiveu that the
propertv covered hv sud mortgnge will
be sold at public nudum to the highest
. bidder at tile Court House in siid Hono-
kaa, Hawtii, on Siturdav the 26th dav of
September, 190, at 12 ofclnck noon. '
The property covered bv said mort-
gnge is described as follows. All tint
ccrlnm ,)lecc or lrcci f MxA slllMtu j
Kaapahu, Hamakua, aforesaid, r.ud being
the premises described 111 Lot 14 of Gov
ernment Homestead imp No. 3, contain
ing 19V acres, together with all improve
ments Terms, Cash Deeds at expense of
A. II. LINDSAY.
For ftu titer pirticulurs apply to
Attnrnej for Mortgagee.
Houokaa, Hawaii, Aug sSth, 1903. 44-3
lloolului llooko 0 kn Mo
nilvi a nic ko Kuai.
I kulike in me 11a olelo o ka hooko una
o kekuln mor.ikl 1 liaun la e Jose M.
Fereira .1 me Maria J 7. Fereira, kon 1
wahliie mare, 110 Honokiia, Hamakua,
Mokupuni o Hawaii, ia A. II I.indsiyo
.. ,.....,,,.,.,., . . ..... 1 i- lS
jII1M., m. II. 1898, a 1 kikau kopeia in 1
ka Keena Kakau Kupi- 111.1 Oihu, II. 'I'.,
1 Huke-180 hoio 170 a 172, ke hoolnha in
"ku 1111 ka lobe ke 111 iki 111 ike uui o A.
, ,,,,, u MllM lowkl B hook()
ku 1 ua raki la, no ka uh.iki in o ku
ue-llke, 01a kit hooka 1 ole in ka kuuilipia
c V" "k" VWQ ' U u'1 ,' ,'iookiiu ai.
Ke hoolaha la nkti nei kn lohe 1 1111 me'.i
. . , . , .,.
raki la, e kuai 111 uku ma ma ki ktidilu
nkea un kn H.tle llookolokolo ma llouo-
u". Hawaii, m 1 ka Po 10110 In 26 o Sepa-
t-iuialia, 1903, horn 12 nwnkea.
Q u , n 1(U () ui mmM
1 1 in-iiei ke kiihikutil in 1. O keln up 111:1
1 1 11.111 loa e wmhn In in 1 Kaanihtt,
llntu ikut 1 ui 1 ka aiiaua belli 14 n ku
1 Palapala An 1 Amu helu 3, o 111 Home-
I '"dli o ke Aiipuni, uotia kn ili ho U)U
ekn, me i,a I1111111 lion
, u,kli Na llU ,, )mla.uIl j
iA meae liloai.
A II LINDSAY,
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Houokaa, Angate 28, 1903. 44.3
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M. S RR INRA M & fill
t BROKERS and COMMISSION
PHtP IN'SUR NCP
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uud Tobicco. Speciitl attention given
to consignments of colfce unit sugar.