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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1893.
In this Ibsuo is a lottor from a cor
rospondont who is ovidontly in favor
of annexation, which criticisos tho
course of tho P. G. in its inordinate
predilection for unnecessary legisla
tion. Lest it might bo thought tho
lottor is only an ocho of arguments
boforo tho Supromo Court on Tuos
day, tho fact should bo stated that
tho lottor camo by tho Claudiue's
mail from tho other islands yostorday.
Tho pooplo of tho outer districts
have thoir oyes open to prosont
faults and follies of "provisional"
administration as well as tho deni
zens of tho capital.
MEDDLE AND HUDDLE. i
The unfortunate disposition of
tho ill-starred President of tho
Board of Health, Mr. William O.
Smith, to bo forever engaged in a
policy of "Moddlo and Muddle," has
precipitated a most lamoutablo tra
gedy in tho secluded aud ahriosl in
accessible valloy of Kalalau, on tho
Island of Kauai. As is well known,
that valley has, for many years past,
boon tho resort nud rofugo of a con
siderable number of lepors, most of
those unfortunates from tho Island
of Kauai having sought that asylum,
oxcopt whon intercepted bj' tho offi
cers of the Board of Hoalth, aud
brought to Honolulu for "shipment"
to Molokai. For many years tho
government of the day have silently
and tacitly acquiesced in the uso of
Kalalau as such asylum, whore tho
victims of that dreaded scourge
might ond their days in peace, and
at thoir own aud at thoir frioud's
espouse, without charge to the tax
payers, or dangor of contagion to
the community. In manj' respects
Kalalau is an ideal home for those
unfortunates, being much moro elig
ible than tho Molokai corral, for tho
purposes mentioned. Kalalau is a
wonderfully fertile and productive
valley, with a narrow opening upon
tho oceau at tho north coast of tho
Island, and oxtending inland toward
tho heart of Mount Waialeale, like
an enormous fissure in the face of
Nature. It is quite inaccessiblo by
sea during about eight months of
tho year, because of tho tromendous
surf which constantly boils at its
entrance, while it is walled in from
the re3t of the Island by practically
unclimbablo cliffs, rising sharp from
the bed of the valley to a height of
thousands of feet. Thus situated
with ample food supplies in tho pro
ductive taro lands, and with almost
complete immunity from outside in
trusion over the cliffs, tho residents
of Kalalau, leprous aud non-leprous,
have for years held thoir mild and
unoffending career, as happy and
contented as tho nature of things
But the maggot of unrest scorns
to have invaded the brain cavity (if
not the brain) of tho "Provisional"
President of tho Board of Hoalth,
as well, perhaps, as of others of tho
Board, and it was determined to
goad and prod tho unfortunates of
Kalalau, and to remove them to
Molokai, where they could bo mado
a charge upon tho public puroe.
Accordingly a posse of police, led by
Louis H. Stolz, Deputy-Sheriff of
"Waimea, Kauai, was sent to malto
arrests, as described in our local
columns. The lepers had often bo
fore intimated thoir purpose to
fight for their homes, in case of I
hostile invasion, aud on the occasion
of Stolz's lauding thoy gave a fatal
verity to their threats. Tho result
was the larnentablo shooting to j
death of Deputy-Sheriff Stolz, a
bravo and efficient officer, and tho
disarming and expulsion of native
officers by whom he was accom
panied. The Bulletin laments tho
death, tho needless death, of so good
and bravo an officer, whoso only
fault was the discharge of his duty,
under instructions from his superi
ors. But we cannot avoid a feeling
of regret that tho victims of tho
lopors' "homo defonso" project
should have boon ono so innocent of
all connection with the cause of the
affray. If it bo tho pleasure of tho
Fates that more victims shall bo de
manded, wo respectfully nominate
some of tho official nud officious
gentlemen whose meddling disposi
tion in tho promises is chargeable
with tho tragic sequel.
It is impossible for inon and wo
men possessing tho feelings of
human boings, to withhold their with the following named members
Dm..n, f-,.m i.n ,,nfr,.nn!"nttenduuco: Ministers polo(Prqsi-
Bvmimthy from tho unfortunate
lopors, hunted and harried like brute
gaino, in thoir mountain-walled se
clusion. Being driven to dospora-
tion by tho illogical and unnecessary
attempt to tear thorn from their
homos whoro thoir prosonco hurts
no ono, aud menaces no rights
others, it woro straugo indeed
thoy should btibmit without a con
tost. Wo trust this mojt ill-advised
attempt at thoir removal will bo al
lowed to proceed 110 further, but, if
it Bhnll bo further prosecuted, by
all moans lot tho gallant President
of tho Board of Health assume per
sonal command of tho expedition to
roduoo tho fortress, At the htiino
time tho murderer of tho gallant
oflicer must bo brought to justice at
THREE MEN ON TRIAL.
(.Continued from Mh Page.)
Court resumed at 10:03 o'clock
this morning, aud tho prosocution
was continued. Cnptam Good of
tho P G. guards was sworu nud plac
ed on tho stand. Ho confirmed tho
Btatomonts of Topas, that ho had
made reports to him. Witness also
read from memorandum dates when
reports woro made.
J. R. Marmout, second witness,
sworn, stated: Havo boon four years
in tho country; known Walkor;
I worked previously at JLihuo; am a
special detective now; joined Co.
I B of the P. G. armj' a few weeks
j after the revolution, aftorwanls on
I listed iu Co. A; subsequently bo
1 catuo a special detectivo; had cou
i vorsalions with Walkor at divers
tunes: subject was successful rovo
i...: '. li'ii ii! ! ii i '
u iuu- .
iiiwuus, Hiuiior siauujj "is uieiuou .
ot auaciuug mo executive untitling; i
heard drilling out at Cummins
place, Pawaa, but could tiot seo any
men; stayed there twenty minutes;
went over the stono wall aud saw
kots, but could not distinguish
who they wore; through witness1 own
intelligence ho had forrotod out tho
bignals adopted by tho royalists;
mentioned Wilson, Croighton, Rosa
and Luuing as having given tho sig
nals on meeting each other; thoy
woro never given on parting shows
signal putting tho end of the
thumb of tho right hand on tho
bridgo of tho nosej.
On cross-examination witness was
not positive whether tho noise ho
heard at Cummins' place was made
by tho tramping of horses or men
Stroueh, sworn Am sergeant Co.
E.; am slightly acquainted with
Walkor; had conversations with him
within a mouth past; ho simply ask
ed if I was satisfied with my position
iu tho Government; wo went into a
side room in the Empire Saloon; ho
said that he know everything that
we did in tho barracks; he also said
that they had lots of arms, and big
ones, too; also said that my name
had been proposed, but tho matter
would bo settled later; iu auswor to
a question I admitted it was a mat
ter of money with me; then ho told
mo all right, hang on.
took place between i and 7 o'clock
iu the evening; we had a drink at
the time; only had ono drink; knew
'nyl wnu v.wtun nw. v...u
he had a pretty lair load on; it was
about tho 12th or 13th of this month;
conversation ceased as soon as a
third party came in.
Michael Kennedy, sworn Been
hero four years; lived at Central
House, kept by Sinclair; know Crick;
Crick has boon living thero about a
couple of months; did not know Crick
previous to his coming there.
George Markham, sworn Know
Walkor; had talk with him within
two months, on King and Nuuanu
streets; Walkor introduced mo to a
man named Marmont about sovon
weeks ago; the subject was revolu
tion; stood about three minutes
outside of tho Merchants' Exchange;
Alarniont said he know how to con
duct a successful revolution; asked
Walkor to stop asido aud we would
talk tho matter over; told him I
was working for tho Annexation
Club; Walker asked mo if I would
join his, whose object was tho restor
ation of the Queen; ho told mo that
he had !8 men aud that I would
make the 60th; boforo any members
were admitted a ballot had to bo
cast; told him I would think over
it; saw him at tho same place sovon
or eight days after; I asked him
how my name was considered; ho
told mo there wero too many detec
tives, thoy could not hold any meet
ing. Cross-examination First meeting
was botwouu 0:30 aud 7:30 iu tho
j evening; Uotu Warner ana Aiorinout
,(DIU 1IUII. IIJ UUUU. bUU IUUUVMI.I' Wi
liquor; talked loud so that people
. wuiild hoar him; thero was no
J secrecy; second meeting was seven
I or eight weeks ago, about G o'clock
j in tlio evening; Sinclair and five
j others were present; we had drinks
together; the object of tho sociot',
Walker said, was restoration of tho
Queen, but uover gave me no dates
1 when this would take place or how
it would be done.
Chas. Croighton was surprised at
the sudden termination. Ue thought
tho prosocution had more evidence.
He was not prepared to put on his
Itecess until 1 o'clock.
Court convened at 1 o'clock this
afternoon and A. P. Peterson began
an argument for the dismissal of do
fondants, on tho ground of non
sufficient evidence Messrs. Magoou
and Croighton also argued for de
fense. A. S. Hartwoll argued for
Judge Carter after hoariug argu
ments reserved judgment until 10
Weekly General Session oftheExocu
tivo and Advisory Councils.
This afternoon tho Executive and
Advisory Councils of tho Provision
al Cioverumont mot this afternoon,
doiit) and King; Councillors Wildor
(.Vice-President), Hatch, Ernmoluth,
Allon, Wntorhotifao, Tonuoy, Young,
Nott, Morgan and Bolto.
Before a quorum had boou obtain
ed a motion to adjourn subject to
tho call of the Prosidont carried.
President Dolo suggested thoy hold
an informal discission of tho shoot
ing at Kalalau, and was just bogiu-
- 1 uiiig to talk on tho subject when
11110 or two tardy members arrived.
I Ho thou called a regular meeting,
ami tho minutes were road.
President Hole, under tho head
, "Petitions," presented a communica
tion coloring u claim of $2t).!t5 from
W. JJorgor, sou of tho bandmaster,
' foi services 111 .Suu I'Vauuisco iu the
j recruiting of musicians for tho band.
Uuu ot the items was lor a nut lost
whilu tho recruiter wuh giviug tho
boys "a good sondoff." Roforrod to
Tho Prosidont introduced a bill
to provido for a militia forco, to es
tablish a regular National Guard
of Hawaii, and to repoal all existing
inconsistent legislation. Road by
title and ordoreu typewritten.
Socrotary Rodgors road t ho finan
cial statement, m the nbsonco of
Minister Damon, as follows:
Financial Statement fou thk Wr.r.K
Ending Junk 2!), 1803.
Current nccount balnncc June
17, 1893 $
Interior Department $
Sale of Government boiul
14 000 00 '
... . ....
water worKs . .
70 200 33
umn 0f Health...
" interest.. .
Goneral Expanse, P..0
Road taxes to (special 'deposit.
School taxes " '
Current account balance
Treasury balance above dato
OiitstandliiR Bonds ?2,:i7,800 00
Treasury nnd P. Q. notes 230,0"0 00
Due P. S. Bank 408,303 00
Net indebtedness ?3,27G,1GS 48
j This amount of $145,013.15 was
paid from general revenue
in tho treasury to carry on
public improvements un
der See. 2 to date and all
receipts from sale of bonds
under loan ot 1803 pass into
cunerai casn as ouois untu
tills debt is cancelled $
Act of 1803, sold
J b9,013 45
Amount due P. 8. Bank for
advances from general rev
enue to cover excels of
withdrawals over receipts,.
$ 120,561 81
r. 8. BANK MEMO.
Due depositors $ 408,308 48
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing June. July. August and
Cash on hand
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT MEMO.
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment to date 74,003 73
This amount covers all expenses includ
ing military and others not appropriated
by the last Legislature.
MEMO CASH IN TREASURY.
Outstanding certificates. .....$ 233,000 00
Cash on hand to redeem certi
ficates $ 238,000 00
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation and deposited
for safe keenine 41,000 00
Uoad Board fund in Treasury. 27,244 .'3
School Board fund in Treasury Sit 15
Available cash as above 70,20 33
Total cash in Treasury $ 372,201 81
There being no further business
on the table, the Councils resolved
into nxocutivo session.
At the executive bession Mr. John
Eua was elected to tho Advisovy
Council in place of Mr. F. W. Mc
Chesnoy, resigned. Mr. Eua took
his seat forthwith.
Long Branch. Baths.
The additions to Long Branch
baths at Waikiki are completed. At
the farther end of tho now pavilion
aro situated about a dozen dressing
rooms for ladies, with a fresh water i
bath attached. Between thes-o rooms '
and tho common reception room
thoro aro-two largo halls, connected
03' an arched opening, which aro
available for eating and dancing
when desired. At tho opposite or
town end the men havo all tho old
dressing rooms, which are kept per
fectly clean and whitewashed. There
isa gradually descending and smoot h
bottom, and a good rolling surf at
Long Branch. Manager Shorwood
expects a largo stock of batlriug ap
parel by to-day's steamer, when ho
will havo something to say to the
readers of the Bulletin.
In saying that Hood's Sarsaparilla
cures, its propriotor.s multu no idlo
or extravagant claim. Statements
from thousands of reliable pooplo of
what Hood's Sarsaparilla has done
for them, conclusively prove the fact
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's Pills act especially upon
tho liver, rousing it from torpidity
to its natural duties, cure constipa
tion and assist digestion.
NOTIOE OF REMOVAL.
V to intimate
that he has removed
from King street to Hotel street, opposite
the Shooting Gallery. 7)5-3t
POSTAL SAVINGS BANK. BOOKS
Nos. 19U5, 1007, 41C3 and 0753, stand
ins In the name of tho children of August
AurenH, The tinder will pleaso return the
same to C,
Honolnlu, June 20, 1893,
BOOMS TO LET.
LIGHT, AIRY HAND
Rooms In a cool neighbor
hood. Kukul street, to Jet.
Further particulars apply Bulletin OIUco.
AT V. OARREIRO'S SHAVING PAR
lor on Hotel street, opposite tho
Shooting Gallery, you can obtain a Eirst
class Shave. Ladies and Children's Hair
Cutting u specialty. Satisfaction guaran
NOTICE OF ELECTION.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Portagueao Mutual Benevolent So
ciety of Hawaii, held at their hall 011 25th
Inst., J. I. Avellar was elected Secretary,
vice J. M. Vivas, resigned.
J. I. AVELLAR,
Honolulu, June 20, 1803. WV.'t
N ADJOURNED MKETIMJ OK Till;
Stoel.holdurs 01 1110 vaukai. hum
1 ysv will bo Held on .mu.-mjai, jiuy .1,
WM. at II o'clock a, M., at the utllce of the
, undersigned on Meiohuut stieoi. bpuclal
Buinua. O. O. iUinwJ.it,
A. Ik'llungcf, Propr. , Stove Foun
dry, Montngn'y, Quebec, writes: "I
hnve used August Flower for Dys
pepsia. It gave me great relief. I
recommend it to nil Dyspeptics as a
very good remedy."
Ed. Ucrgcron, General Dealer,
Lauzon, I.cvis, Quebec, writes: "I
have used August Flower with the
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Harrington, Engineer and
General Smith, Sydney. Australia.
wrucs: "August Flower has effected
a complete cure iu my case. It act
ed like a miracle.
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss.,writcs:
" I consider your August Flower the
best remedy in the world for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
ui vngu&i i lower, mm, ui w -.
sidcr mvself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer-
ing humanity the world over."
G. G. C.REEN. Sale Manufacturer,
Wowlbtity, Now Jersey, U.S.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
On FRIDAY, June 30, 1893,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At my Salesrooms, I will sell at Public
About 100 M Cedar Shingles
IN LOTS TO SUIT.
Just Received Ex "Miowera."
Warehouse and Lease
Valuable City Front Property
On SATURDAY, fvly 15,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
The undersigned has been instructed to
soil at Auction, at his Salesroom, on Sat
urday next at noon, tho Valuable Leaso
(witli the Commodious Warehuiiso liuild
1p1 thereon) of that block of land situated
between the stores of Ilvmon llros. and L.
It. Kurr, having a depth of 100 feel and a
frontage on Queen street of 01 feet, con
taining in all
5,350 SQUARE FEET.
Thk Valuable Property being on the City
l-'ront, i-j one ot tho most central and con
venient places in tho city for tho use of
linns leiiuiring storage. The entire ground
is covered with an Iron Hoofed Warehouse,
with Fireproof Wall in the lvar, and can
be u--ed for storing murcliandi.se of all
kiuils; a large Flour Itoom, nine lined, has
been constructed in out end of the Ware
house. g ay- The Lease ha 10K years to run, at
a jimrtcrly rental, payable to the Clovern
meiit, of .ftJJ.rjO.
Sale of Real Estate by Administrator
with tho Will Annexed.
TTNDEU AND BY VIRTUE OV
U oritur ivuicd ouf of the I ireuit Court
ol the rir.-t Judicial Ciicmt oi the llawai
i.m IMuuds, dated the llr-t day of June,
1WJ1, upon the petition of lirnoaC'artwright,
administrator with the will annexed uf '
Eliza W. Molt, deceased, for leave to pro
ceed with t lie .uale of the real eitate herein
after described, and liereiolore autluuued '
to be sold upon the petition of Alexander 1
J. Ourtwriuht, deceased, executor of the
lat will aud testament ot said Eliza W. !
Holt, and dated tho l.lih day of May, IS'.U,
I am directed by the mi id llritco Cart- 1
wright, administrator a aforesaid, to oiler 1
at public auction at my salesroom in Hono
lulu, on SATURDAY, the 1st day of July, I
lh!)J. at I- M. of saidtlav, all and Miiuular 1
the following dctciibed pieces or parcels of
1. All that piece or parcel of land situ
ate at Kapuukolo in Honolulu, containing
1.03 of an acre, and douriucd in Rovai
Patent l'J.MI, L. C. A. JOi'.l, leased to J. V.
Colbiirn for $1,.'0 per annum.
2. All that piece or parcel of land situ
ate at Kalawahine in said Honolulu, and
known us tho Doirou premi-es and tho
same as described in Roval Patent 11U7, L.
U. A. 1037.
3. All that piece or parcel of land situ
ate on Fort street, in said Honolulu, and
occupied by J. J. Curden as a family resi
dence, leae expiring in May, lfe'Jl, yearly
4. All that pieeo or parcel of land situ
ate on Fort Stieet, in said Honolulu, and
formerly occupied by A. W. Clark as a
ft. All tho-o certain pieces or parcels of
land situate at I'alama afuresald and being
Apauas 1 and ! of Royal Patent 2501, L. 0.'
A. 2003, and Apana 2 of Royal Patent 2S17,
L. 0. A. 8370, under leaso to Ahin at a year
ly rental 01 fu.
Tho above sale is made subject to con
tinuation by the Court issuing this order
Terms Cash In II. S. Oold Coin.
Purchaser to pay taxes for lb03.
Deeds at the expense of tiie purchaser.
For further particulars apply to Bruce
.JAMES V. MORGAN,
Honolulu, Juno 1, 1H03. 758-tlt
rSi: SECOND-HAND SAKE: AS GOOD
J as new. Apply under "II," this
BY A PORTUGUESE MAN AND WU'E
for (joucrul Work about hutiso and
premises except cooking. Apply to
7(J.'-lw M. A. UUSbAl.VES.
ALL PERSONb HAVING CLAIMS
agaimt the .title 0 R. C. Ilarullelil,
I deceased, are roipieitcd to present Ilium to
nin within thirty dua fiom this date, or
they will ho fun ver larrod; and all persons
I indebted to the ..ild deceased urn u'nucstcd
to make Imitiiul ittti paymutit to 1110.
THOMAS 'RAIN WALKER,
Honolulu, .III lie 27, 1MJ.I. lt!-hv
ot) uHufj a viimtlt,
Hawaiian HarflwarB Go., L'Q
Saturday, June 24$ 1893.
These continued lawn
brightening showers are hav
ing a depressing effect on the
windmill business. Every one
will remember when they re
collect it that February was
the banner month for rainfall
in the Kingdom even the
weather clerks noticed it, The
rains have kept up until now,
'many of the fish in the bay are
becoming water-soaked and
we hear whispered around the
hotels that the milk is affected,
but there has not been rain
enough to supply plantations
for irrigating purposes. We
and the Aermotor look out
for that, our 12 and 16-foot
wheels and a triple actum
... . nc , ,. n . f-
f""'r "'" """ ,,v-w """ ,u'
less money than a steam en-
gine. nave you ever thought
of. it? How the wind (it
doesn't have to be a strong
breeze or a gale as with other
mills) will supply the place of
coal or wood and give the
same results. Wind is cheap
in die Hawaiian Islands.
We are now prepared to
offer the stock man or planta
tion man generally a Locked
Wire Fence that is superior to
anything of the kind sold.
You can build it as rapidly as
an ordinary wire fence and
with fewer posts, consequently
less expense than the other.
When completed the fence
will resist attacks of stock that
would break down any fence
constructed in the old way.
If for any reason it should need
repairing one man can do it at
a great saving of time. We
have samples, actual size, to
show persons who are inter
ested in fence building and
who contemplate improving
tneir properties. une pro
gressive man on the other
'side of this island, erected the
first and since then we have
received orders for many miles
of it. Understand that it is
not a made-up arrangement,
we sell you the wires, the stays
and the locks. Your own men
put it up and you save in posts
and in time.
The last steamer brought us
a full supply of Garden Tools
in small sets suitable for ladies
who like to give their personal
attention to plants. They are
made for service and are re-
diculously cheap. We have
sold a great many of these in
the past, and the demand for
them justifies the additional
supply we have just imported.
Meal's Carriage and Enamel !
, Paints go to you now cheaper 1
than ever betore, but quite as
Satisfactory. No paint in
the world stands the weather
or has as fine a finish as
Meal's, either for carriages or
iron fences. Thousands and
thousands of gallons have been
used here without a single
complaint. Our stock is un
usually large, having been in
creased by recent importa
tions. Some day as you pass the
store, suppose you glance in
the makai window at a Silver
Plated Fish Set of Knives and
Forks. The design is the lat
est and the material the best.
Should your stock of table
"arms and ammunition" be
short of this sort of thing it
will be impossible for you to
give a dinner to anyone in the
"swagger" set until you come
to us and get what we offer
The Fourth of lulv celebra
tion promises to be one of the
best ever held in the Hawaiian
Islands, the grounds being con
venient of access will be visited
by a larger crowd than usual.
The occasion will warrant it;
recent events have advertised
the United States among the
people of Hawaii, and there is
a growing desire in the hearts
of many residents to "boom
'er up." It is not long until
the day for celebrating arrives
and you will want to get your
lawns in good shape for strang
ers and others to feast their
eves on. You cannot do much
1 without a Lawn Mower and
, ours is the best. If you have
' allowed your grass' to grow
I very long you will want one
1 especially built tor the purpose
j and called the "High Grass
Corner Fort Be
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES !
I beg to inform tho Ladles that I havo received n Largo and Com
plete Lino 'of tho Celebrated -
Diamond Dye Fast Mack Hose
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Missos and Children in Silk, Llslo and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENW0KK BOCKS IX UALliltlGAN
INFANTS' OPENWORK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
vsr Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -
WHEUE GHEAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices a.s -A-clvertisoci "lia my "Wixido-ws !
I am offering Extra Inducements in
IN SWISS, APLIQTJE & NOTTINGHAM.
Now Designs I Very Olioioo Patterns I
BST" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows a
Oiarteiiix ZMZetteristls I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
&E . IE EE 3EFL Xj I C3 IEEE ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
FOR SALE BY
HOLLISTER & GCL
523 TFovt Street,
323 Oases Ex S. S. "Monowai."
6 Cases Ex S. S. "Alameda." .
40 Cases 'Ex S. S. "Miowera."
58 Cases Ex S. S. "Gaelic."
that line. Itcceivod about ISO Pairs
I3Ion.olvi.ltJ., H. I.
JLjoL vJl 1 JJ Uo
V ariety !
H. DAVIES A CO.