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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Establhhed for the Benefit of All.
THUKSDAY, MAY I, lmi.
A most iiupor taut coutiibutiou to
gonornl knowledge on the smbjOL't of
oliolorn appears in this issue. It h
from tho pon of Ernest Hart, who,
aftor ovhaustivo studies of fnoK
couoludes that tho chief danger of
tho spread of oliolorn lies in mi im
puro water supply. Tho paper is
worthy tho serious attention of our
Board of Health. Thero is no soeu
rity against tho pollution of Hono
lulu's water supply aboo or oen at
Universal sympathy will bo felt in
thib community with Mr. and Mis.
T. Kain Walker, in their bitter alllie
tion of which intelligence ha-s come
by mail. Their only son, an exceed
ingly promising boy of 115 j ears, has
died in 1-higland of iniluen.a. He
was attending school theio. His
school-master repotted him as one
of the brightest, most upright and
straightforward boys who over came
under his instruction. Tho sorrow
ing parents have our most sincere
Proceedings of Thi3 Day's Meeting
of the Councils.
Tho regular somi-weeldy meeting
of the Executive and Advisory Coun
cils convened at 2 o'clock this aftei
uoon. Present : Ministers Dole (Presi
dent), King, Porter and Smith;
Councillors Damon (Vice-President),
Enimeluth, Allen, Yatorhoue, Mc
Chesiioy, Brown, Young, Suhr, Xott.
Tenne, Moigan, Wilder and Bolte.
The Minister of Finance (Porter)
reail a report on tho condition of
tho Postal Savings Bank, with a
memorandum appended, fioin which
the iollowiiig facts and figures are
Cash on hand Jan. 1, 1SSW, SvioUV
Doposits, with interest added, for
four past months, S72,'2'Jb.:U?.
Disbursements four months, in
cluding $21,100 in bonds, SI U),i2S.l?2.
Excess withdiawals oer deposit,
of cash, $2.VW.-1: of bonds, .21, 100.
Cash in hand May 1, 18!K!,.?12(il.U).
Total amount duo depositors Jan.
1, 181W. S5GV62.0S; receipts, four
months' 72,2ita.;5:S; total, 5-(J10,7(JO. J 1.
Total amount due depositors April
Postmaster-General's notes, 21.",
000; paid by sale of bond, C0.O0O;
total P. M. G. notes outstanding,
3lo.-,000, of which 1 15,000 are pa j
able on demand.
Total notices withdrawal unpaid
or due May 1, $."7,lsl; total notices
maturing up to Aug. 1, 1."7,7J(5.
Balance duo depositors -
Jan. 1, IS!H, .?l,0l:i,0.'iL08.
Jan. 1, 18!)2. .iiHWX.I.L'O.
Jan. 1, lS'.W, .$5(iS,l(12l)8.
Present balanco due depositor-,
Excess of withdiawals oer depo
sits 1801, 50,277.88.
ISiM, I months, .$17,G:?0. 10.
Averago excess of withdrawals per
Tho greatest amount of reserve in
cash the law provides for these large
doposits is ;?50,000, which was ex
hausted early in 18!)2, and tho trea
sury has since had to advance largo
sums of mono' to suppoit the bank
withdrawals. While tho run was in
progress the Government had tried,
lirst, an extension of notice from ;iO
to 90 days, and, next, an increase of
interest from 4 J to ti percent, but
both recourses were without avail.
Mr. Damon, in moving the accept
ance of tho report, would like to
thank the Minister for his full state
ment. Nothing was so satisfactory
to banking men and other business
mon than to have a thorough know
ledge of tho condition of institu
tions with which they were con
nected. Confidence could not be
maintained without knowledge.
This statement showed somewhat of
tho distress through which the
country had been passing. The
Postal Savings Bank had been en
abled to meet tho sevens run upon it
for more than a year. For the satis
factory condition under the circum
stances in which the bank was found
Mr. Walter Hill, late Postmaster
General, was entitled to a largo
amount of tho credit. Ho had given
his best thought to tho Postal Sav
ings Bank, and suffered sovorely in
mind and body in consequence.
Many n depositor loft his mouej in
the bank because Mr. Hill was J'ost-inastor-Gonoral,as
they knew him to
bo an holiest ami trustworthy man.
The statement showed that confi
dence had increased under tho Pio
The Minister of Finance said lie
could endorse tho ptaiso of Mr.
Hill. That gentleman had to hustlo
round to raise $100,000 to meet with
drawals, and the spoaker was sure
ho should have felt some worry liiin
bolf under like circumstances.
Tho motion carried.
Second reading of an Act to ap
propriate balance duo on special
elections 1892. Passed.
Second reading of an Act relating
to the printing and publication of
newspapers and other publications.
Passed with verbal amendments, to
take oimct May JO.
Second reading of an Act to
amend chapter 18, 1'onul Code, relat
ing lo the possession u! anus fur
purposes of insurrection or riot.
At !f o'clock the Councils went
into executive session,
OAVTAIN WILTSE DEAD.
Congestion of tho Drain Carries Him
Off His Connection With tho
New York. Apiil 20. Captain Gil
bert Crandell Wiltso of the United
States Navv died at noon to-day at
his residence, No, 12 East Pifty
third licet. The cause of death
was congestion of the brain. Capt.
Wiltso was under waiting or
deis, having been reliovod of the
command of the United States
steamer Host on on Febutary 28th.
He attended the reception given the
Duke of ct.igua at the Hotel Wal
doi fa week ago to day, and on his
lot urn home complained of a head
ache. Next dn lie felt worse, and
the iannly physician, Dr. Cassill,
was called in. Llie doctor immedi
ately saw thai his patient wassutroi
ing fioin congestion of the brain.
Captain Willie's condition gi.uln
ally became worse, and on Monday
he sank into a state of coma, from
which he did not lecover. Captain
Yv'iltse was mairied twenty-one vears
ago to Miss Suiah Steele, daughter
ol Fiankhn Steele of Washington.
She was then the belle of the capi
tal. Mrs. Wiltso still lives. He
leaves alo two daughters, aged
eighteen and fifteen vears, and two
sous, aged thirteen and eight years.
Captain Wdtse's chief title to dis
tinction was in connection with the
recent Hawaiian revolution. As
commander of the Boston heoboved
Minister Stevens' request to land
troops for the protection of life and
piopoity. He gave tho order for
hoisung the Aineiican ilag over the
Government building anil was active
in all the movements immediately
subsequent to the revolution. His
excess of zeal in the cause of annexa
tion earned for him the sobriquet of
Jingo Wilt'-e, a nickname tlio ap
propiiatoness of which ho empha
sized by extraordinary loquacity on
tho matter in hand. "Wo will make
an American lake of tho Pacific
ocean," was his epigrammatic way
of oulliuin": the national policy.
Ho maintained tho light of tho
United States lo annex tho islauds
and utged the expediency of that
cour-e quite irrespective of tho
equity oi tho case. Ho fully expect
ed the action of Minister Stevens
and his own course would be ap
proved with general acclamation by
tho people of tho United States, and
was bittnly disappointed when he
received news of tho disapproval of
tho preent administration.
Captain Wilte's term of sea soi
viee expired on tho 1st of March and
ho was relieved by Captain Day, who
is now in command ot" the Boston.
A few nights before Captain Wiltso
sailed for homo the annexationists
of Honolulu gao him a reception
and ball, w Inch marked the apogee
of his little greatness. All Honolulu
assembled, as is the custom of Hono
lulu whenever a pietext occurs, and
the guest of tho evening was beside
himself with joy. He embarked for
San Francisco lull of the conviction
that he would find himself a national
hero on his aniv.il in San Ftaucisco,
and was coveted with nun tilication
upon learning that the conduct of
Stevens had been oflicinlly disap
proved and his own action dis
countenanced by implication. It is
piobable that his death was hasten
ed, if not, indeed, directly caused,
by the disappointment and chagrin
at this turn of affairs. Spicial lo ,S'.
'. 1'. ut mint r.
Pi ogress of Circuit Court Term That
Mr. Hartwell has tiled a motion
Id strike oil default entered agaiust
Wan Shing and Achau, charged
with opium in possession, tlregrounil
of motion being that they were mis
informed as t tho time of appear
ance, and for illness.
A nolle prosequi has been ontored
in tho case of Kauwila, chaiged with
embe..leinont of poi valued at $19.i0.
The ca-o of Patna Apala, who ap
pealed from conviction of assault
and battery, accompanied by a fine
of .$50 ami $5(0 costs, in tho Dis
trict Court, has been continued till
next term. This eao arises from a
light over fishing territoiy botweon
natives and Chiucso in Honolulu
harbor. On trial below two natives
were acquitted, while Apala was
found guilty and sentenced as above.
The ttial of D. Watson and three
othois for housebreaking was con
cluded to day with a verdict of not
guilty, three dissenting.
Pa'hupu, who appealed agaiust
conviction in tho District Court for
liquor soiling, was roloased by tho
prosecution. Kaulia and Kaulukou
Provisional Government vs. Ke
auiani, liquor selling without li
cense. Appeal from District Court.
Kaulia for defendant. Tried bj a
native jury, who retired at 1:15 this
afternoon. Thejurj returned at 2:l!J
with a verdict ol guilty. Defendant
was fined $125.
Provisional Government, vs. Ko-
koua and two others, maintaining
Inttcrv, scheme. Appeal from Dis
tiict Court. C. W. Ashford for de
While Mr. Fred. Wundenberg,
deputy clerk, was about to call tho
lirst iiiimo ho diow fiom the box,
Mi. Ashfoid inteirupted:
"Are all tho jurors' names in the
Judge Cooper "All except tho
jttiv jut gone out."
Mr. Ashford "Well, 1 object to
any jury unless drawn iroin tlio Jull
Judge Cooper thereupon ordered
a lecess of Couit until tho jury re
turned. It has been the practice to em
panel a jury mid proceed with tho
next case when a jury had retired
to consider a veidtct. This saved
time foi the ( otirt and canned a ro
tation of jinor.sou tiial duty which
must have been agreeable to the
panel, lint aeeoidiug to the ready
suiiender to objection, the practice
senilis to have depended wholly on
the concent of counsel.
(JoiMjputioii,aud nil tiotiblitri with
tlin difji-Htivo ortraiih mid (holivor,
firo ourod by Jliiod'rt I'IIIn Un
uijimllud (is ti dinner pill.
A VOYAGE TO PARADISE.
How tho Mariposa's Paasongors En
The route, and incidents conneoled
therewith, from tho Golden Gate to
tho capital oily of the Paradise of
the Pacilic has'been written to death,
so that this presentation of life on
the blue Pacilic, on the gentlemanly
olliceiedand well equipped steamer
Mariposa of the Sprockets Bios.' lino
is merely touching upon the usual
sunitnersea, balmy air, etc., the al
most constant accompaniments of a
voyage to Honolulu.
Leaving San Francisco on the 27th
April, and bringing the good news of
the .$10 per ton advance on sugar,
tho good ship Mariposa, with court
eous Captain Havvvard commander,
sailed away from tho unioliablo
climate of California towaid the
land of the supposed lotus eaters;
We weie a lucky lot, as the soa,
oven on the (beaded bar of tho Gold
en Gate, vyas smooth, and so con
tinued until wo were far bovond the
inlluence of tho stiff north-wostors
which threaten navigators for many
miles of tho distantly located Far
raleones. A summer sea indeed, and,
for many d;i3s, its smooth, unruilled
mirioiliko surface confounded cy
nics and made many converts to
the pacific nature of tho broad
The usual pleasures on ship
board were indulged in and which
included shullle billiards, quoits,
ring toss, etc., and few as wo wore
wo weie a happy, very happy lot.
On the evening of the ;5rd a sur
prise was presented which had been
vaguel) hinted at in a notice posted
on the main mirror to tho extent
that, "By tho kindness of Captain
Havvvard the Social Hall has boon
placed at tho disposal of the Mari
posa Mid-Pacific Minstrels and thoy
will give an entertainment at 7:150
o'clock this, Wednesday, overling,
liver) body invited."
Tho evening came and tho per
formance was graced by tho pres
ence of Lady llerron and family,
Mr. and Mrs. M. S. Grinbauni, Capt.
Von Arnoldi (of II. 1. German Maj
esty's warship Sporbor, at present
at Samoa), and, amongst others,
last but not least, Mr. 13. F. Dilling
ham, the well-known worker in Ha
waiian interests. Mr. Fiank God
frey, the editor of the Paiadiso of
the Pacilic, was tlio manager of the
entertainment, having as an associ
ate Mr. Paul Cowles, a millionaire
"Native Son or the Goldon West."
Tho performance was "a howling
success,'' tho numbers being as fol
lows: 1. I'MlKlSolo IMIix.
Miss J mit.it a Dmforth.
. Vocal bolo rnfoijjottuu.
-Miss Killiu Dtnfoith.
.!. Hiniiorciiis Instructions.
Mi. II. J'. Dillingham.
I. Vouil Solo (iiiniic).
.Mr. IV rev.
," lu-truniuiitul I lira, Pi.mo and Violin.
-Mr. ami Mrs I K. Millui.
0. Vocal feolo -Kill nnoy.
l!uv. Putin r O'Ncil.
7. Itcjihni; Pin1 Woislnpiiurs.
-Miss i:ilui JllcUfll.
S. Iteut.itiun -V T.ir Plat Knisoilc.
I'.itil l oh los.
1. Vocal bolo Ye lluiiUs anil Dr.ies.
Miss I.Ltlie Dmforth.
10. Yutnl Solo -Hit Heart Dow id Down.
The gleo club, consist ing of Messrs.
Cowles, Mart ram, Father O'Neil,
Stanley, Cox and Bradford, made de
cided hits in their peculiar presenta
tion of tho voiscs of "John Brown's
Body," etc., and also tho old, old
"Johnnie Sclnnokor." Captain Hay
ward and Purser Smith made it
most pleasant for tho company and
a ver) enjoyable evening was passed.
Before patting thanks vvero ten
dered, by unanimous 'vote, to Cap
tain Hay ward and Chief Steward
Cow os and all other oilicers of tlio
ship for favors icceived.
The voyage, as a whole, from San
Francisco to Honolulu was a con
stant round of pleasure and the
landing of the greater number at
Honolulu was much regretted by
Happy iudoud are those who tiavol
hitherwaid in the good ship Mari
posa, under the guidance of Captain
liny ward and tlio stowatdship of tlio
prince of caleiois, Boboit Covves.
While Mr. T. J. Kichey, of Altona,
Mo., was traveling in Kansas he was
taken violently ill with cholera mor
bus. Ho called at a drug store to
get some medicine and tho druggist
recommended Chamberlain's Colic,
Cholera and Diarihcua Keniedy so
highly he concluded to try it. Tho
result was immediate relief, and a
few does cured him completely,
it is made foi bowel complaint and
nothing else. It never fails. For
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith As
Co., Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
Gonoral Uonilla, aftor his victory
over the Government troops in Hon
duras, niaiehed at tho head of bin
victorious army into Toyuoignlpa.
Ho was received with enthusiasm,
and without opposition was pro
claimed Provisional President of tho
nipiiimi1. no accept ou tlio oinco
and at once took charge of tho Gov
ernment. Dr. McLennan, 131 Fort ulreot.
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. Mutual Telephone (iH2.
By Lewis J. Eevey,
Land in Kona, Hawaii,
FOR SALE AT AUCTION.
On SATURDAY, May 20,
AT l'J O'CLOCK NOON,
I will sell Ht I'ubliu Aiiillou, at in) bahts.
1 Piece Laud, Waialoa,
.Situate il nt Knhukil, Kail, lri -Ml) Acrns,
vvi II adapted for tin CultiMillon of Coili'c.
tsr I'm itn iii'iiim ii) to
Lewis J. Levey,
A French Man-of-war to Arrivo En
routo to Tahiti.
Ab previously reported exclusively
in tho Bulletin the Fronch warship
DuchalTnult will arrivo horo about
tho 15th inst., onrouto from San
Francisco to Tahiti.
Tho DuohalTault loft Chorbourg,
Franco, nearly two years ago, and,
under the command of Captain
Henri L. Manceron and Command
ing Lioutonnirt Louis Alloinand, pro
ceeded to Valparaiso, stopping at
TonerilTo, Montevideo and Lota on
routo. Aftor a short stay at Valpar
aiso short visits vvero paid to Syd
1103', Melbourne, Hobart Town, Wel
lington and Auckland. Acapulco,
Callao and Mnzatlan wore next visit
ed, and thou the wariior sailed for
San Francisco, arriving April 15th.
Sho was to havo sailed again May 1st
for this port.
Tho DuchalTault was built at
Brosl, Franco, in 1872. Sho is a
singlo-scrow wooden frigate of 12G2
tons, and 1210 horse-power, capablo
of making twelve knots an liour.
The bunkers have a capacity for 270
tons of coal. Tho dimensions are;
Length, 20-1.7 feet; beam, Hl.l feet,
and depth of hold, l.'1.7 feet. The
armament consists of six 5-inch
breech-loading rifles and three ranid-
lirmg machino guns. Tho oflicors
and crow number 270. Tho hull is
painted black and the smokestack
yellow. Aftor leaving horo the
Duchaffault will proceed to Tahiti
and then to Noumea, whoro tho crow
will bo reliovod and sent to Franco,
after being away from that country
about twenty-eight months.
We have selected two oi
three lines from letters
freshly received from pa
rents who have given German Syrup
to their children in the emergencies
of Croup. You will credit these,
because they come from good, sub
stantial people, happy in finding
what so many families lack a med
icine containing no evil drug, which
mother can administer with con
fidence to the little ones in theit
most critical hours, safe and sure
that it will carry them through.
E". I. Willits, of Mrs. Tas w. Kirk,
Alma, Nc3. I give it Daughters' College,
to my cln.dren when
troubled with Croup
and never saw any
preparation act like
have depended upon
it in attacks of Croup
w lth my little daugh-
it. It is simply mi- ter, an
nd find it an in
raculotis. valuable remedy,
Fully one-half of our customers
are mothers who use Boscliee's Ger
man Syrup among their children.
A medicine to be successful with the
little folks must be a treatment for
the sudden and terrible foes of child
hood, whooping cough, croup, diph
tlreriaurd the dangerous inflamma
tions of delicate throats and lungs.
PIANO TO LET.
A K uTjIIOUT VIANO WILL lin TO
on May lid.
0000 Alligator Pear Stones!
Fur w huh ft n Hundred will be paid
H. L McIN'TYIti: & IIKO.'S,
717-'Jw Cor. Tort it King sts.
SHAYING, HAIR CUTTING & SHAMPOOING
IN I Iltvr-l I Kh hT i.r nv
Queen Street Shaving Parlors
(Nut dooi to Morg.mS miction room)
Aloha Bath House
First-class Accommodation for Bathers.
fiSTTowels & Bathing Suits FreetBa
Ity giving notice through Jlcll Telephone
lr7, parties aro convened by boat, free of
i Inrgu, to and from the 'fug Boat Wlmrf
(1. M.S. S. Co.S dock), Ihorebj avoiding
the long walk or drive.
tW Furnished ltooius (upstairs) to let
by iluj, vuek or month.
1 Family Carriage Horse, enti
1 Phaeton in Good Order,
1 Covered Brake,
1 Imported Jersey Cow.
Davlen iV. Co.1
Hotel Street, -
Oppo. Bethel St.
UAH ON 1IVM1
and SILK CRAPE
I-'or I.adius Dros&us,
lUantiful Ihnbroidfcred and Drawn Work
LiiKjiiur Work Olnvu Hoxea, Cabinet,
Lanterns for Fetes, Balls, Etc,
I'miuy hilk .rnpiuiosu Umbrellas,
Showy Flower Pots, Satsuma Waro,
Window and Ytmiudii IUIikIh,
Panor Napkins, China Ware, Etc.
Iiihik t'ttnii cunlliilh
liiiilliln o hliou (IoiiiIh.
J. M. do SA e SILVA.
Hawaiian Hardware Go., L'il
Saturday, April 29, 1898.
Under the present govern
ment a portion of the street
along the water front has been
improved to such an extent
that old friends would hardly
recognize it. Heretofore it has
been the custom to repair the
driveways in the outer districts
at the expense of the business
tnorougniares. we are pro
mised other improvements in
public works which will be
hailed with sincere delight by
the residents. The pumping
plant at the water works,
when it becomes a fact, will
silence the short water cry of
the VVaikiki folks and add
color to the lawns. The sew
age question which has been
mooted for years may very
shortly become a certainty and
cholera scares will not be
dreaded as they now are.
Through the excellent man
agement of the Board of
Health, Hawaii nei has thus
far escaped, but now that the
Islands have been so thorough
ly advertised and immigration
so cordially invited, it will be
strange if Mr. C. H. Olera will
not be lound among the set
tlers and tourists who visit us
during the coming summer.
He is to be dreaded more
than the people who have
their eyes on Crown lands and
who will take them up with an
idea of laying them out, not
only for coffee growing but in
plots to overthrow the govern
ment. With the dangers
which surround us in the ab
sence of a proper sewage
system the people must seek
a preventive rather than a
cure. It will not do to wait
until the discomfort strikes
you under your vest button or
your girdle, it win oe pain
ful then to read advertise
ments; look to it now. The
number of cases from Europe
were reduced more by the
contrivance of a smart Yankee
than the ship physicians. The
Ozonator did it! Last year
when symptoms of cholera
were felt in the United States
we took up two cudgels
against it. First, the Improved
Gate City Filter, because
microbes lurk in the water
even if it comes from an
artesian well; secondly, we
took the Ozonator in hand to
rid the air in the dwellings of
anvthino; injurious to health.
We have a supply of each of
these articles in stock and are
prepared to furnish them to
people who want good water
and pure air. Everyone
knows what the stone filter is
but most people are in the
dark about the air cleaner.
There is absolutely no smell
about it and yet its effect is
instantaneous and wonderful.
What the peculiar qualities
are of the liquid used in the
machine no one but the manu
facturer knows. We do not,
we only know the results. The
machine itself is a neat com
pact affair and may be placed
in the bedroom or parlor and
no one will know but that it is
a piece of bric-a-brac.
When the readers of this
column grow tired of scratched
and battered furniture they
cannot do better than get a
bottle of Masolene Furniture
Polish from us and put their
household goods in order.
Ten minutes' work will make
an old dressing case or bed
stead look like new. It's very
cheap stuff and brings the
same good results that are
obtained from polish for which
you pay twice as much money
as we ask.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
0in:ltu HjircfKrla' lllouk,
Corner Fort 3s
By the S. S.
I WILL RECEIVE A LARGE STOCK OF
Dry & Fancy Goods
?3 . JbLi Jc3- JtrC X i X GJJ xi ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H.
WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED
A LOT OF
EXTRA FINE HAVANA CJMRS
IMIost FastidiouLs Smoker !
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - HCortolijilvi, H. I.
R.EOE3STT .a.:rjli7-.a.t. "t-a.oo:r,.aj
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement !
Hoi lu JIiuIioi Iiimu, l'onull Dullryn Largo bteain Coal.
AN'OI.O CONTlN'nNTAIi GUANO WOUKS CO.'S
Guano " Ooncentrado "
Ohlondorff's Special Caua Manure, Olilandorif's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel R,ails, 14, IS, 18&20 Dos.;
HOJ1S, NUTS nnrt Vltill I'l.A'lT.fJ TO SUIT.
ISAtiS H!i-(, f'nal and l'mliiv;
W1U13 QalvaiiUud, Viinilslioil, Jllackaml Galvanized IJ.uln-il;
GARDEN" FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A.rLolo.ors sirLcL Olxetixxs
Yullow Metal hluatliiii(,'i "'i' 'I'm, Iron Tmiki, 100 gallon;
J'lain ami CorniKati'il Galvanized Iron,
fcciiari) and Arch Kiiu Hi irks, I)on I'hiu,
GutturliiKi btjiiaru and O. G, vt In din.;
Uidging, Guhanlul Walor I'Ijmj, firnii ',, to -In,,
blit'ot Lead, Sheet Zini!,
Wildoji's fliiiri'ual Tin Plate,
Jtoollng tiltito, Tiro Clay.
Higgin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
58 Found. Bags;
idvr.Ki'ooi. ooAitbi: bAir, ii.mi. b.iirs;
HAWAIIAN (,'lJAltblfH.Uf. Willi Imp;
ItOUK. bAlr, HODA ('UYSTALB, MJM1 AMI.M.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
IIKDHOO.M MVl'b IN MAI'M:, WALNUT and AbII,
M'nrcil (JHI.brh OK IlKAWKItb,
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