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DAILY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, ti., U MAT 27, lfi0.
MONDAY, MAY 27, 1889.
Stmr Allknliula from Katinl
Ptmr.T A UiiniinliH from hoolnu
Stmr IVlo from Hawaii
Btmr Iioliini from Hawaii
SKinr okolll for Molokal
tpv J A Cummins for Koolnn
SijoarlKniilii for ainluaand Wainnae at
9 a in
fccur Mol Waliine for lliumktn, Hawaii
Stuir Viva for olokul
Haw bk Andrew eleh, for San Fran
cisco Atubktne Kllkltal, for San Franc sco
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Btmr Jas Makcc for Iuipaa at 5 p in
Stmr W U Hull fur Liihniim, Mualien,
Kona. Ka i and the Vulcaco at 10
o'clock a m
Stmr Mikitliulii for Kami! at 5 p m
btmr LlKclikc for Mmil and waj ports
at ft i) m
Stmr Lchnn for Ilamakna at4 p m
From Kauai, per stmr ikahala, May
26 lion G 11 Dole, wife and family,
Hon W II Klcc mid elitld, Kicd Wuiidcii
bcrg, H F Ulnde, Hon Alex Ymn g, i
K I oor, V i) hing. .ins j A Tluustnn,
P Iseuberg, 0 Chinese and 51 deck.
The bark Ferris S Thompson arrived
at Kahiilui on the 20th, 115 days from
San Francisco with a carno of general
m rcliandlsc. hlio sails again lor San
Francisco on the 20th with a full cargo
The brig W G Irwin lf-ft Kaliiilut cm
the 21st with COO tons of sn.ar for San
Ti e Meamf r Mikahala brought Sun
daT 5003 bags sugar, lis hides and 34
The Hawaiian bark Andrew Welch,
Capt Marston, too to Sail Francisi
to-day. 20.854 bags of sugar weighing
3,10 V7G dound. and valied at S180,
143.74. She aNo took 15 packa.es of
eff ets belonghig to Hon Geo H bol ,
and 1 mill roller.
The K'liiut-u Hon is due to-morrow
and the Kinau V dne.-diiy.
Tne Leluia sails at 4 o'clock to-mnr-row
aftirnoou lor Nlu, ilakalau and
HAWAII BASEBALL LEAGUE.
Following is the standing of the
clubs up to Saturday, May 25ih. :
Won. Lost. Played
Kamehamelias . . 2 1 3
Stars 1 0 1
Hawaii 1 0 1
Honolulu 0 1 1
KaiulaniB 0 2 2
TOO MUCH GIN.
A. native named lmakua was
found dead in his house near the
Insane Asylum Saturday midnight.
He had been drinking ireely o' gin
in accompany with another native
the early part of the evening at a
saloon in town. After leaving theie
they went to Aula and had more.
The two then started for Iinakua's
house by way of Liliha street.
Arriving near the meeting house
lmakua fel' down in a helpless
condition and bad to be carried
borne. About midnight some pi o
ple living in the same house went
to arouse lmakua but found he was
dead. Deputy Marshal Hopkins
was notified and held an inquest.
The jury returned a verdict that
the deceased died from excessive
Thfi Y. M. C. A. ball was
crowded with an audience Saturday
evening on the occasion of an enter
tainment by the young ladies of the
Y. W. C.T. U. It took the form of a
sociable interspersed with music,
reading and a baby drill. Miss
Emily Halstead played a piano solo
and also sung a song with much
taste and skill. Mrs. W. V. Di
mond rendered a song in lino style
and Mr. W. II. Lowers gave a read
ing. The baby drill was exceeding
ly amusing. Twelve innocent look
ing little babes, viz.: Belle Vida,
Lottie Parmalee, Berth" Dexle,
Lottie Hartwell, Harriet L-ewers,
Mamie King.Blanclie Cornwell,MrS.
W. W. Dimond, Belle Weight, De
borah Lyle, Mamie I'aty, aud Emma
Sharratt gave a Mother Goose
quadrille, after which the curtain
fell. Upon its rising the little dears
were seen sitting at a table, l'hoy
sang" several nursery ditties and
were rewarded with mush and milk.
This had the effect of putting them
all to sleep. The nurses were Ada
Whitney, Alice Jones, Charlotte
Hall, Elsie Watcrhoiise, Jennie An
gus and Lolta Widdilleld. The en
tertainment throughout gave much
pleasure to the audience. At tho
conclusion of the programmes sponge
cake and lemonade were handed
SUPREME COURT-AT CHAMBERS.
DEFOItE l'ltUSTOK J.
Monday, Mny 27.
Mark Green vs. Trustees of His
Majesty's estate. Claim for $9,
890.95 for clothes, etc, supplied for
II. R. II. Piincess Likelike's fun
eral. Continued to Monday, June
3rd. A. S. Hartwell for plaintiff ;
F. M. Hatch and W. A. Whiting for
The man who figures in an explo
sion begins at the bottom and works
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A brand notico nppenri elsowhcro
Next Thursday will bo Ascension
Mr. Justice Preston presides at
Glmmbcis tliis wcuk.
The "Pastime Novelty
slruek Honolulu again.
New and second hand billiard ta
bles nre offered for sale.
Tun Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping
clashes meet this evening,
Oni: of the King's noted hula
dancers died yesterday afternoon.
The Court is expected to roturu
from llilo on the ltiiiiui Wednesday
Tun amount collected in this city
for the Cliiupco famine fund now
amounts to $2,700.
The Hawaiian band has a good
programme for ils concert al'Einmu
Square, this evening.
Tub sidewalk in front of the Cluiy
ter building, Fort i-treot, is in a most
Tun services at the various churchec
weru not largely attended yesterday,
probably owing to the heat.
The steamer V. G. Hull sails for
the Volcano and windward ports at
10 o'clock to-morrow morning.
JIersrb. E. J. G. Bryant and Hu
bert Beaumont leave fur the Vol
cano on the W. G. Hull to-morrow.
Mb. M. Rose, who eiiinc over from
Knneohe (his morning, reports mil
lions of caterpillar, in that district.
The funeral of the late William
C. Ryan took place Sunday afternoon
from his lato residence, Queen b tract.
St. Andrew's Sewing Society will
hold their busincbs meeting at 2
o'clock to-monow afternoon in the
Sunday school room.
The members of Co. A Honolulu
Rifles are requested to attend at tlie
Armory Ibis evening, at 7:30 o'clock
in full dress uniform, for inspection.
Col. J. II. Boyd is receiving con
gratul.iiions. It is a twelve pound
boy, and was-born precisely at noon
on Friday, Queen Victoria's birth
day. Parties intending sending parcels
through the Parcels post by the mail
steamer leaving here on SAtuiday,
should have their parcels in the mail
the day previous.
His Ex. Jona. Austin, Minister of
Foreign Affairs, paid a visit to 11. B.
M. S. Espiegle this morning, at 11
o'clock. The usual salute was fired
on his leaving tho vessel.
Rev. II. II. Gowrn relumed on
Saturday from a week's vacation at
Pearl river linrbnr spent with Capt.
Walker. A large shark was caught
in the lagoon there on Thursday.
Mn. J. A. Gonsulves, the photo
grapher, who has just returned from
Maui, announces in another column
that ho takes photos for $5 per dozen
and will furnish felniul views of end
less variety at $2.50 per dozen.
Tun steamer W. C. Hall was
launched fiom the Marine Railway
this morning at 0 o'clock. The
bteanier Likcliko wup liauUd up at 8
o'clock and will bo launched at 5
this evening. The Kiiimihiais booked
for tho next turn on tho ways.
On Thursday next, at 10 o'clock,
Mr. L. J. Levey will sell at the office
of J. W. Luuiug, the whole of his
ofiice furniture and eflccts. Theic
is a fine sufe, writing table, secretary,
set koa pigeon holes, lots of ttipeiior
Limps and other useful articles.
Saturday ovening a native boy
struck his head out of the train
car just as another cur was
patting on a bide tr.ick and got
Ilia head squeezed and scratched.
When the report of tho accident
reached town the fellow's neck was
The surf at Waikiki ran exception
ally high yesterday, probably on ac
count of the toutheily wind. Long
Hriiii.ch bath-house was well puti mi
ked as was alto the toboggan t-lide,
Twenty or more native yi'iingsters.on
surf boards, rude the huge breakers
handsomely, making an interesting
Next Saturday evening thero will
be a minstrel and vaiioly perfonn
ance at the Hawaiian Opera IIoiuo
which should draw a good house.
Those taking part will be the Pastime
Novelty Company, Na Lani Ehiku
Club, several of the men from tho
Espiegle, and a number of local
amateurs. Tho programme will ap
... i ..
Hack Inspector Mucy and Billy
Crews were tumbling jound in tho
dust this morning in fiont of tho
Hawaiian News Company's store.
Orews was somewhat under the in
fluence of licmor mid using bail lan
guage which caused Macy to arret-t
him. Crews didn't liko it' at all, hut
with assistance he was taken to his
old quarters at the Station Moubo.
EVENTS THIS EVENINC.
Harmony Lodge No. 8 1, O. of O.
F. at 7:30.
Drill of Prince's Own, at 7:30.
Y. M. C. A. bookkeeping classes,
at (1:30 and 7:15,
Lodge Le Progres do I'Occan'ie
No. 124, A. F. and A. M., nt 7:30.
Baud concert at Emma Square.
That 1r tho Score tlm Knmrha
Indian m.iitu uu Mutut-tU-.
A tremendous crowd of people
witnessed the game of baseball on
Saturday, at Hie Mukiki grounds, be
tween the Stars and Katnelinmelias.
The grand stand was completely
tilled, a large number of ladies oc
cupying seats, tuul Hie grounds were
lined on all sides with private car
riages. It whs the first appearance
of the Stars and they played an im
mense game. They weru neatly at
tired in while uniforms with seal
brown trimmings. Baldwin's pitch
ing wus cxcclh-tit, the Kamehamelias
not beinj; allowed a single base hit.
The fcatuio of the Stars playing
was Chan. Wilder's catching, wllith
lias not been equalled on the Ma
kiki diamond. Perry at llrst held
on to the halts like grim death and
Krnest Wodchouse did good work at
third. 15. Baldwin guarded the
second bag like a veteran, in fact
the Stars played a perfect fielding
;i ho Kamehamelias are credited
willi seven errors. Davis' pitching
wus brilliant and he was well sup
ported by Pit hull the catcher. Cook
played miserable game al third.
For ulit innings not a Kameba
uieha Hud got past second base. In
the ninth one got to third, but died
there. Notwithstanding their defeat
the Kuuichutiichas should not be dis
own aged, for they played a remark
ably good game, and did well to
keep their opponents down to seven
runs, none of which were earned.
Following is the full score which is
T. It. n.ll O. A. K.
Baldwin E. 2b
ildcr. t has. c f .
Wodehoiit-c. E. 3b.
Baldwin, B. p
W lder. i Imu. c.. ..
SI 7 4 27 23 0
T. It. B 11. o. A.n.
Spencer, c f
Lawel.iwe, A. r.f.
Lauel.twe, M. l.f.
.i.akaimuku, s s .
Total 27 0 0 -A U 7
By Intiinsrs 123 4 5 0789
Kuniehamehas 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 00
Stu rs 202 00030 7
Earned Runs None.
Tlnee-b.ise hits i lian. Wilder.
Bases ou Balls By Bildin2; by
Dav s 2.
lib bv I'Ho'm r- By Baldwin, 1.
I Hssed alls- Wilder. 1 ; Pahau. 1.
Time of Game One hour and 35
Umpiie-Geo. 1'. rourdinan.
STU AY KOTI'S.
The hall came unstitched in the
2d innings and a new one had to be
Umpire Boardinati was applauded
for catching the new ball in box
with one hand.
The Honolulus and Kaiulanis play
Wait until the Stars and Hono
Gardner's bell didn't toll onco for
The accommodations for the pres9
Capt. Harry Whitney of the
Hoiioluhis witnessed the game with
Cook of the Kamehamelias is too
long to play ball.
A gentleman visiting from the
Slates, a baseball enthusiast, said
he enjoyed the game immensely.
9 BAND CONCERT.
The Hawaiian Bund will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square, commencing at
7 :J30 o'clock. Following is the pro
Oveituic Jlnsiinlello Auhur
Cavntitia- Obcrio ...Veidi
Fantasia Mill in the Foi est (by re
ReiiiinUteiices of Bellini Guilliey
Like no a Like.
Xua o ka
v eclloy War Reculleetlons llcj er
Willi'. Aril l L fe Siruiirift
G.ivotto-Olil Guld Hogeitl
. ai oh The Salute: Boeder
BIT OFF HIS EAR.
Police Capt. Larsen went into
Love's bakery late Saturday tillit
to get a eup of colfee. Whilst there
a haul looking customer named
Patrick Hayes, who has repeatedly
made tlneuts towards Larseu, made
for the hitter and in tho sciillle which
ensued Lai sen wus thrown on the
lloor, his hend striking a table and
he felt somewhat du.ed. While in
that position Hayes bit Larson's
right ear con plelely off. Hayes
was locked up and Larsen sought
medical attendance. He is out unci
doing well. The ear is in alcohol,
lluyes was charged with maiming
this morning and rum untied until
Wednesday. Bail was fixed at
S 1,000 but it is not likely he will be
able to obtain it. The punully pro
vided for anyone, "whoever with
malicious intent to maim shall cut
or ti-ar off an ear, etVn" t a fine
not c-ccrdiug one thousand ilolhirs
and imprisonment at bard labor not
I exceeding ten years.
THE Elito loo C-cnm
Parlors A Cntvly Fc
nry specialties: F lie Ii e
Orcnms, Sherlirls ai.d W
ler lce, Charlotte Musj
Oikes raudo to order In
nnys.we; i.ntiy ri'ieors anu ainccnroons
nnil Oilier Fancy UiKes utmi every nay.
Crcnm Cake?, I les at A Fancy Pastry,
OlmineCan lie, Plain, Fancy und Home
uiriclo of grcit variety Vli"lesilo ami
KpIrII. Special Inducements tolhotrnclc.
Parties, balls and weddings supplied
85 lintel tret Telephones Hell 182.
Mutual 336. 2nO iw
AT THOMPSON, Attorney Coun.
Ilk' selor at lnv, corntr Koi-t and
Mrrchnnt stieeis, Honolulu elves writ
ten 8t:ileiilt'lit-i of law aud juUlcl.ll decl-i-lnns
applicable to l lie (nets of the cao s
stated to liln, aud idfo opnlon as to tho
probable result of h'gil proceeding.
ALL nukes of PiunO'' taken in purl
piymeut toward tho Celebrated
Deck' r Hrop., J. & J. Fhclitr & Con.
mil Pinnns inrulilch we nre pole agent.
Music Department, Hawaiian News Co.
QECOND-HAND Plnnoe, from $"
O lo $200. wnr hyoi attention. Music
Depnrlm lit, Hnwuiltn New On
NY muku of 1'inno fir which we
t iir-1 intent-' will sell on monthly
iiiKliilmeiilH ol $iO up, or at New York
pilcoi fut cash Music Department, Ha
waiian News Co
JUST received tho Peerless Fife' cr
I'lnno, guirnnicecl f r 5 venr. rail
mid i-ce It. Music Department. Hawaiian
t LL klncU of Musical InHrumentB,
V Miihlciil Murcliui.dlsc, llect MiHir
ind Mut'C Books on sale at the Music
Dcpurtment, Hiunliuu Nuwb Co.
T N accniilnnec Willi the provision? of
JL tjeeiiiin in, ( liup'er XXXV of he
es-lou I.hws o' 1M8S, I li.ive iegltcied
at the It terlor ufftVc my biand, X." for
ise on Imrse- and mule-1, purchase I ill"
i tli i.f May. 1KHJ1, fr. m the Hon J I
Diiwm'II. nd oilgiuall- icgl-tend Oco.
Her -tli, 1845, by 'olui llik r
S. M. DAMON.
Honiihilu, "Mny 27. 18S9 2U0 w
Dudirnblo C)tUia:o To Let
CvTuv K.corner Kingiind
' Sun Ii Hirids Kb- tluui
10 miHiites walk fiom I'o.-l
'lliee I oltv io"in all coiiveuicnce?.
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
253 tf '2i Muicliiuil Biieet.
Stables & Pastiirngo To Let.
li Hining l:tStitlls, IV
Dl' IHStiil s. I'ntlnim
iSfflwsfa .u d 7 ace Pasture Laud, on
miuiij btrnet, tm r King, foimeily ocou
pied by .Mr. White, piopriclor of I ho
P damn Bti. To let on very moderate
leans-. A ply lo
J. E. BROWN & CO.,
235 tf 28 Mcrchunt street.
THE 'Emerson Homestead,'
beautifully situated in
Wul.ilun, Uahii, II. I., com.
Iri ing a nrfiii hou-e whli 10 rooms,
kluhun, i utitry, burn etc., 11 acres ol
clioieu hind ow pailly in inio and other
vi'tcnilt'ei. mid ' rich pasture ot ti
acus wlihtn h Ufa mile. Pure water is
Ot- iitdii to the lioui-u and grounds from
never failiui; springs, the supply ol
which can be iniicQiiiiely iucnuscd in
qiiinitiiy. Th' re is a good carriage roucl
10 Uonnlulu 2i miles dii-taiit. also to the
sti'uiii b ml hauling, Icsj than half u
mile illrtmit, whe'o stUHinerb from lln
cilv touch three limes u week. '1 ho pic
turcq ie -cency, line clinuitc and uu.
rivalled water privilege inHko lllls a
most d sirnlile phice for a country re.
treat unil s initoritim. Terms moderate,
r-'or further infmm i ion up- !y in
J. A MAGi OX,
257 tf Honolulu.
CUED I TO US
1"M1E un iorclynecl, nsslgrce In hank.
ruitcv oTthe i stHteof A. F. Cooko
i.f IIniK'iiili'i, O liu, herehy gives notice
o nil t'ie eicililnis who Imve prnvcil
their chiim-i xiiiinst the add hnnkiupt
Btitu, tli. i he has miIiii1i cd to .Mr.
Jitlire Pics'nn liis fl al hi count with
mi d a c, nnil ha- liluii the account 1 1
t no c ft! u of thcUk'iU ul the Supienie
l'onr, imnuritnry lo ihu payment lo
t dilnrn of a tlr t unci Hnitl dividend.
A d that cm SA'lUKD.lY, Jnic ls,
18 0 at 10 o'clock a. M., la- will apply
to aid JiiMiee for a 8ulihin-nt of his
nccoiinis uu nicdi ttpslgnei', und for a
ilhchurge from nil liitlnhtv,
WILLIAM O. SMITH,
A83'gnre of the Buiknit hsiulu of
. P. t'ooki'.
n.moliilu, Mm S3, 1831. 2C7Lv
OUI'UKMK C4IUHT OF TIIK
O llttAuiinii 1-limli. In the iiiiiiier
oi l, L) Kiceih, u Biukrupt. Order on
i o It lciii of Unukiupt (or diecburgii Irom
Upon roiidinp und fllinir tho petition
of O. D. Krecili. of lloholiilu, on the
Is mid of O'lhn, ii U-gini; tt. tit more tlmn
six imintlift h o clup-ul hinco he nui
iiojiuiicutid ii Hiukriiit and prajitig for
n oi-ihurt'c from nil hli duh's.
It in ordi-rel thai THURSDAY, Hie
lh duy ol .In e, 1881), at lu a m., ol linn
it iy ul the l'oiiri Hoom, in Aliiolmit
11a c, ho and is hereby appointed Ihu
hiiiu mill placii fur liunriiij; i fa. Id peti
lion when tuul when; all crciliior- who
have pioved ilu-ii clulina ngaliut suiil
lliiiikriii! may appeir aud nhow cuiie
if any they Imvii hy tin prajerof Buhl
lliiiiktiipi hIomiIiI i.oi hi'prHnf'd
And It i finthir ordered that no'leo
he given hy ailvcitlscuieiit hi the Ham y
in iiK-rit fur two weeks in Honolulu,
of the time a ul place of such hearing,
a n-1 ih.it the UliTk f the Supr me Court
mail uolicHi. of the t.niii mid pla e or
Mich boating to all c editors uhohaio
proved ih. lr debts
Ju-tle Supr.-iiiu ourl.
Ait i : .1. M lei ibT. Di'poiy Icrk.
Dated Honolulu. Mny 31, 1S8'J.
A n. ROW AT, Yeicrlnory Burgcnn,
it., iiiico mill iiiuiriiiMci ui iiuwHiiiiii
Uoii'l "-lalilcs, (diner Hotel mid H elm id
rll'i'i'lr. Miifiiiilic: tidtluiiiit in all ill..
vh'U- oi ih mi'M'ici aiiiiiiiilti Orders for
plnntHti hi und rnni'li iock oroiunilv
I nllondtd t ',
I P, O. box 328,
nllondtd t , Mutual Teliphune !Ti4,
Bali Costumes !
255 J Fort Street llw
A floe assortment of
GENUINE HAVANA CIGARS !
Also, a fresh lot of
I arge and Small.
For Sale in Bond or Duty Paid.
M. S. Grinbaum & Co.,
254 Q'leen riireet. tin
New Books ! New Books !
THE UNDEHSIGNED HAVE
A large consignment of tho
ENGLISH, FRENCH AND
All the Standard Works
P0ETEY and PROSE.
Tlieso BOOKS arc ollorcil at
Very Low Prices I
And I)ecriitivo Catalogues will be
furnished tn llmse desir
BST Country Orders Solicited"
JTCx 'Royal A-llcc."
Short Link Chain,
From if to inch;
Iron JE5el!Steil !
ainglc, Tlireu Quarter & Double;
A Fine Assortment of
Eng. Saddlery, Carpet & Rugs,
LIO FLOOR OLOTH
An asaortment of
Galvanized Fence Wire,
Ho. 4, 0 and 0;
Groceries, Crockery Ware,
Hubbuck's White Lead, Zinc, Putty,
laator Oil In Drums,
I. X. L, Gal, Lime, Portland Cement.
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
" TEMPLE OF FASHION,"
CORNER nOTEL &
Ladies' Dressed Kid Gloves,
AJJ 1.50 Jk. 3P-AJGE&.
Undressed 6-Butlon Kid Gloves!
(No. 1 QUALITY);
JJJ? 1.50 A. JPjAJOEL.
THE " ARCADE,"
75 & 77 Fort St-EGAN
JtSTOii aecount of the death of Mr. Simon Colin the entire now and
magnificient stock will he sold for cash at and below cost. Everything
must be disposed off as the business will be discontinued. The stock con
sists of the latest in Fine Dress and Fane Goods, Laces, Embroidery,
Hats, Feathers, Ribbons, Silks, Velvets, Trimmings, Ladies' Underwear,
Hosiery, Boots, Shoes, Slippers, etc., etc. Also remember that we have a
large and elegant stock of Gents', Youths' and Boys' Fine Custom-made
Clothing, Furnishing Goods, Hats, Caps, Shoes, Trunks, Valises, etc.,
etc., and by buying at the "ARCADE" you can save money.
Hell Telephone, GO -J SST
HAWAI AN W
Ho. 24 Mercbant Street, Rear Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Salo a Full Assortment of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Bulk or Case;
SCOTCH and IIRIJHL 'WIIISIIZY,
Iu Glass and Stono Jars;
Very Fino & Vory Cheap Qualities, as aro wanted ;
CgiS, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS ;
Old Tom Gin, I3eMt J3raxid in the Marlcet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Case, All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes,
In Pints and Quarts.
BItterH, liiquers Absinthe,
Apollinarl Water, Kummels,
Very Superior CALIFORinA WINES,
Zinfandol, Malaga, Tokay, BIndeirn,
Port, Sherry, Riesling, Hooks, Etc., Eto,
SfT AH of which will bo told AT LOWEST RATES by
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 FOUT STREET. HONOLULU.
American & European Drugs & Chemicals
Perfumery and Toilet Articles !
Agentt for P. Lorillard & Co.'a Tobaccos, Jb W. 8. Kimball &. Co.'i
Tobacoo and Cigarettes.
Aerated Water Works
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets
& CO Honolulu, . I.
Mutual TolopUone, ST'l
A DEALERS IN-
73 Hotel Street,
- 24 - 87
. ash- - lx. ' -mJLI
PLri&tf J,SJ, ja
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