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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I'lt'tltjnt to neither Sret nor l'irty,
Hut ISstnbliiheil for the lirnrflt of All. '
MONDAY, SKPT. I, J8!KJ.
What had boon prodiuluil of tht
rolatious botweun tho A mutation
Ulub and thu Provisional Govurn
iiwnt lias eomo to 11113s. Thu olub is
buingr hold over tho head of thu
Govuruiiiont thrcatuningl.v by a com
bination yrcody for jiaid positions.
Daily niuotings of thu Euoutivuand
Advisory L'nuucila aru buiu huld to
consider thu situation, and tho advo
cates of grasping uv cry thing in hight
uro quite uoiy, it is said. What oiu
bnrrasses tho Uovorninent most, how
ovor, is that there aru many hot as
pirants for every coveted olliee. The
uames of four or live patriotic physi
cians aro mentioned as candidatus
for thu position of Port i'hj'sieian,
which Dr. Trousseau has resigned.
A. JUST DEMAND.
Tho Hawaiians aro reported as ex
ceedingly anxious to have thu ques
tion ot iliuir annexation to this coun
try settled very soon. This feeling
is perfectly natural, Tor undoubtedly
the long strain is beginning to tell
upon business and society, and it it
best for nil concerned to have l hi
vital question of a stable govern
ment decided as soon as possible.
There is no occasion for further do
lay on tho part of this country. Thi
best souse of tho American peoplt
has decided that wo do not want
Hawaii ns a part of our republic,
but do want to maintain ami
strengthen tho tios of protective
friendship which have long existeu
between tho two countries, ano
which nothing in recent events upoL
the islands needs to disturb; cer
tainly not if, as is claimed, the rovo
lutiou represents tho wishes of the
Tho above is copied from tho Bos
ton Advertiser, than which thero i.
uo abler uor more conservative ex
ponent of American principles anC
interests published in the Unitei
IF THEY AllE CHRISTIANS.
The Rov. Josiah Strong, D. D., i:
quoted as saying: "Hero is the mos!
serious question of our times: I:
Christianity able to establish righ
relations betweou man and man'
The skepticism which is most dan
go rou to Christianity to-day is no
doubt as to the age or authentic
of its sacred books, or distrust of it:,
time-honored doctrines, but loso'
faith in its vitality."
The preacher quoted has hit tin
mark, a center shot. The conspiracy.
In ovortiirn t)' H.iTrcJ.v.sn atasarcb'
and deprive the aborigines of thei
most sacred rights, aud the event.
which have followed in such rapio
succession since tho fourteenth of
January last h.-uo done a great deal
to create and strengthen the skepti
cism which tho above quotation
speaks of. Xot only among native
Hawaiian is this loss of faith in the
vitality of Christianity noticeable,
but among foreigners as well.
It is unquestionably the ca-o that
the promoters of tho unrighteous
revolution, and the men and womon
who have said and done tho most
ignoble things since the sotting up
of the Provisional Government, have
beou persons professing aud teach
ing Christianity. Well may doubt
ers ask: "Is Christianity able to
establish right relations between
man and man?"
In saying that Hood's Sarsaparilh
cures, its proprietors mako no idle
or extravagant claim. Statements
from thousands of reliable people oi
what Hood's Sar-aparilla has done
for them, concliisiroly prove the fact
Hood's Sarsaparilla Cures.
Hood's I'ilK act Ospecialb upon
the liver, rousing it from torpidit
to its natural duties, cure constipa
tion and assist digestion.
The (success of Mrs. Annio M.
Beam, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania,
in tho treatment of diarrhrva in hoi
children will undoubtedly be of in
terest to many mothers. She say...
"I spout several weeks in Joustown
Pa., after the great flood, on account
of 1113- husband being employed
thero. We had several children with
us, two of whom took the diarrhu-a
very badly. 1 got Mime of Chainbei
lain's Colic, Cholera and JJiarrhoa
Kemedy from Kov. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. I knew nl
ceverai 01 nor eates where it was-
equally successful. J think it can
not be exceed ami cl.euriully n,
commend it. 2o and f0 cent boi
woo iri,iu uy mi ue.wers. ijonsou
Smith fc Co., agents for tho I lawn i
At the .Mar-ihal's .-.ale at noon to
day certain property belonging ti
Captain Wm. Uavies was sold d
Chang Kim for $', the salo beiii
subject to two mortgages with in
turoat up to date. Tlio forty-li-shares
ol Pioneer Building ti Loan
Association, also subject to mon
gage, wer? withdrawn.
I 'or a lame back or for a pain i
tho side or chest, try saturating a
niece of Uaniiel with Chamborlam'
Pain Balm and binding it onto th
all'ected parts. This treatment wui
euro unv ordinary case iu one or tw
days, Pain Balm also euros ihoiiin
ntism, f(J cent bottles for bale
all deulurd. Benson, Smitli rv Co..
ugwuU for the Ilnwaiian lUud
ANOTHER JAPANESE TRAGEDY.
Plantation Follcomnn at Ewa Mur
dored by His Countrymen.
Yomonioto, tho Jnpnuoso police
' man at tho J2ivn plantation, was
t renchorouily and brutally murdered
there on Friday night. 1'lie Jap- at
0110 of the camp had concluded
1 that the policeman was not fail in
his dealings with them, therefore
conspired to put him to death. It
would mmmii that Yomonioto became
informed of their purpose, as he
fhanged his sleeping quarters from
night to night. On thu night of the
murder he lodged in a cabin !tlH)
yards aa fiom the quarters of the
Hetwoeu 10 and U o'clock a largo
.rowel wont to where the olUeor
lodged and called him out. Two !
men appealed wit It I11111, one holuum
a lamp in the doorway. Thu lamp
was smashed with a stono anil tho
mob then set 011 Yoniomoto with
stones and knives and made short
work of him. Ho was stabbed sov
eral times in and about the heart.
Deputy Marshal A. .L Brown,
summoned by telephone, wont to
Ewa that night, and ou the follow
ing morning held an inquest on the
murdered man. As a result thirteen
of the Japanese havo been arrested.
From oue to two hundred of tho
laborers, through thoir spokesmen,
represented to the Deputy Marshal
that they wore responsible for tho
deed. A hundred or moro of them
camo into town Saturday
day night to
ntation. The '
maUe the same represe
plantation tunas camo up ou huuday
morning, anil induced most of the
.laps to return to tho plantation last
Tho laborers came and went by
train at thoir own expense. Their
fares and loss of time will make con
siderable of a hole in their month's
wage3. Ono of tho luuas told a
Bi'M.irriN reporter that the married
men of tho murderous camp wore
averso to mo crime, out were coorcod
into complicity through fear of their
own lives. Thero is a parcel of
toughs in tho camp who are at the
bottom of tho mischief and have
forced a majority to support their
criminal schemes through terrorism.
Sevorul Divox-cea Granted
The petition of Mary B. Silva for
divorce against Frank Silva was
granted by Judge Cooper on Satur
da3'. Ilosa for plaintiff; Hart well
and Perry for defendant.
Judge Whiting rendered his deci
sion in the divorce case Haili (w.) vs.
Nawai Xamailou, granting tho peti
tion, on Saturday. Hosa for plain
tiff; C. W. Ashford and P.M. Wake
Held for defendant. This is the case
of infelicity out of which the shoot
ing occurred, for which Xamailou
wa tried on a charge of assault with
a deadlj- weapou, the jury disagree
ing. Joseph Aca s. Kahae Aea. Kane
for plaint ill'; Kaulukou for defend
ant. Divorce granted by Judge
It is undeislood thore is to h a
special Leiiu of the Circuit Uourt to
clear off the calendar.
Judge Cooper this afternoon
heard-and denied iho petition for
removal of W. F. Allen as trustee
of tho Banning estate. Hartwell for
tint petition; Hatch for the trustee.
Judge Whiting has, on motion of
Mr. Hartwell for dofeudant, with
tho consent of Mr. Hatch for the
prosecution, reserved for tho Su
preme Court the question of the
sutliciency of the indictment of Wal
ter G. Smith for libel.
David Dayton, administrator of
tho lato C. W. Hart, has filed his ac
counts as such aud petitioned for J
discharge. The receipts havo been I
$2(581.(50 and expenditures .?2.r)21.80, '
leaving a balance of 51(52.8(5. The j
real estate valued at $10,000 was sold
under foreclosure of mortgage for
tuou, realizing that amount aud a
balance over of $218.71.
Mrs. Frances M. Nicoll was to-day
aiijii.igeu a uauisrupt on nor own
Judge Whiting will goto Kauai
to-morrow to preside at the Septem-
ber term of the 1-ifth Circuit Court,
in place of Judiiu Hardy who is laid
asido by illun.-s. .Mr. G. K. Wilder
will yo to prosecute P. G. eases.
Chief Justice Judd has answered
ly mail a batel) of questions sub
mitted by District Magistrates while
the Supremo Court was absent in
Hoonia to let
with board at Uani-
Hoot Beer on draught at Beusou,
Smith & Co.'s.
For New Silks and Infants'
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith k Co., Agents.
Dr. t. I. Murim. tlmitictr line r.-
moved his nllic to Arlington Rons..
it . 1 in i s
Hotel htreet Parlor No. 2.
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Dr. Geo. H. Illlddy, D. D. S., has
mmnviid 1i!h oIIii'h from TCin ut nnt
to Heretania street, iii-nr Hiiimti.
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Ltonsoil, piano luiioi,
ha just returned from Maui, and
' ns ho will go to Hawaii nest month,
orUers should bo sent him early.
,' Mr. Thomas Batto. editor of tlm
Graphic, Te.xarkana, Arkansas, has
found what he believes to be the
best remedy iu existence for the llux.
Hi-, experience is well worth remem
bering, lie says: "Last summer I
had a very severe attack of llux. 1
tried almost every known remedy,
none giving relief. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhrea Bemo
dv was recommended to me. J pur
chased a bottle aud received almost
immediate relief. 1 continued to
use the medicine and was entirely
mired. 1 take pleasure in recom
mending this remedy to any person
siillniing with aiich a disease, as in
my opinion it in I lie best medicine
in existence." 2" and M) cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith it Co., agoutH for thu llmvai
MEN OF IHON WIN.
H'jiult of Foundry and Ki&hmarlcot
Tho tug-of-war on Saturday bo
twoon loams from t ho Honolulu Iron
Works and the l''ichtnailet proved
to bo n well-matched struggle
There was an advantage of weight
on tho ide of the iron ineu, amount
ing to about half n hundred-woighl.
Yet it took two hours and forty live
minutes for them to pull the plucky
lish men over. Hell was captain of
the foundry team, and l'a of the
'uukolo or Fishinarkutteaiu. Alex.
Smith and A. K. Aid were indues,
and i'. hilva was ieiere. the putt 1
j took place in a boatbuilding shop
and l. Silva was iefere. The pull
by tho market, which, being shut in
by palings on the ends and one side,
kept the platform clear while allow
iug n large crowd to see the contest.
Moro people collected, however, than
could see tho exhibition at once,
mrinv unninn -t tul .'liililrnn Imiinr
among the spectators. Thero was j
no quarrelling or undue noise of any .
kind, uothing but some moderate
cheering when tho contestants would
'TotdnT said about the I
match. It occupied three stages .
roughlv speaking, in none of which 1
was llioro any encouragement for 1
tho friends of tho l'uukolos. The I
foundry men gained lb inches in
about tho first tussle. They held j
this against desperate tugging for ;
more tli.'in nn hour, wlinn thov made .
a grand pull together which ended
with half the requisite l feet won.
In a little over half an hour thoy
doubled and straightened to the
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uii-.iis U111.-U mint-, uuu iuu l-imuiiui-
kut men came right along over tho '
decisive point amidst great cheering,
It had boon apparent for moro than '
au hour that the iron men wore sure !
to win. They wore simply letting
the other fellows worry themselves.
Their anchor was fresh as a daisv,
. n ti ti4i.iiwi tUd 1H..TU n it ihii."')
whilo the opposite one was to all ap-1
pearanco a i
pe.'irauco a sick man.
All that pro
was tho lish
loured the strui'Klo
men's anchor getting his harness set
against a cleat and sitting on it there
for all ho was worth. Tho match
was for S200 a side.
rii ti U S fr-" d M
-. m "
iP-X h H fi
How does ho foel ? He feels
cranky, and is constantly experi
menting, dieting himself, adopting
strange notiou, and changing the
uokiiig, the dishes, the hours, and
Manner of hi-, eating August
Flower tho Remedy.
How does ho fool ? He feds at
.lnics a gmtving, voracious, insati
able appetite. wholly unaccountable,
uunatuial aud unhealthy. August
Flower tho Remedy.
How does he feal ? He feels no
desire to go to die table and a
grumbling, fruit-finding, over-nice-.
V nbout hat i-. set bcA'ore bim when
he is tlide August Flower tho
How does he feel ? He feels
-after a spc-11 of this abnormal appe
tite an utter abhoireucc, loathing,
uid detestation of food ; as if a
mouthful would kill him August
Flowor the Remedy.
How does ho feel ? He has ir
regular bowoK and peculiar stools
, August Flowor the Romody.
At this Well-known Store, u beautiful and
nitiwtii. linn nf (jonds is nm on vit'.w. all
having been peti-onally selected. In the
Dry Goods Department
NVlicl ,g ,low ll!l(ler tllf! ,llnnaKeni.-nt of
I Mk. W. it. Nichols, lato of .Sew York,
there is t- In- found n choice n--ormn;jit of
muliusainl many othtr Kabila of Lively
! (If-iuns and voloi-s. llm
Children's and Infants' De
partment Is the mo:,t complete in the city. Tho
Fancy Goods Department
Has not been neglected mid is well-stocked
with a choice collection of High flats No-
INSPECTION RESPECTFULLY SOLICITED
IN THE ClItOlJlT COUHT
L Kirst Circuit, Hawaiian Island-. In
matter of xln
1 !,r K" M- NU'.ill.of Honolulu, Oaliu
creditors of the said b.iukrupt are hcio-
I '" Jiotlluil to come iii iiml piovu their
' debt-, before Mich Jiiiljse of the Circuit
: 'mut of the l-'lrit t'iiiMilt as ahull be lt-
I '.''IK."1 .(.,',!l,.,,rs; "' JIoiipliiln, on 10N-
DAV. the nth lav of fcmitcmber. 1W(3.
M'finei'ii 1 uu iiour-i 111 leu ociock mine
f.,u.,11)(J Mv no0 of the said day. and
elm an A""iK.ieVor .iyneS oftuViiid
' bankrupt' cfate.
JJy tbe Coiut:
THE I'NJiKIISIONEI) IIAVINfl UEEN
1 aiipoiureil Asimlieu of the HanUruiit
iMutooi ucoigu Hon-, of Wailuku, Maui,
by the Hon. A. N. Keiioil;iil, .Indue of the
(;.icuit Lourt of the Second Circuit, lieroby
gives notice io ull per-ona having claims
aLMlnL the wild Riinkrnnt 1-Mttiii to nra.
-cut the same to naid Circuit Court for
veiilication within six months or thuy will
be fmuver bariril.
As-igiieo ol the Bankrupt Kitiuu of (it-orge
Dated at Wailuku, Muni, Sent. 1, lftD.
NE NEWCOTTAQE ON
J Piiuuhbowl Siirut, near t
i in: iiojiiuui, u rooiui1. nuiiii
I10.W, L. AULLU.
Ilnrrrniimi lliinrimnvin On I '(1 B? JftB- F Morgan. I
nawtuiiiu naiuwdiG uu.. jj u
Saturday, Scjit. 3, JSfhi.
The putting upon the mar
ket of an article, superior to
anything in the same line ever
sold here means something to
the busy business man. When
we went into the ready mixed
naint lm wt- did so with the
idea of giving the public a bet-
1 ter article than it has been
! used to seeing. What is the
'result? llendrj's Ready
Mixed Paints are leading all
Others; people who have been
averse t ; prepared
paints are now ready and wil-
"S to save fifty percent of the
cost of painting their houses
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ty "Sing this paint. Then you
ask How can they save so
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much? We 11 tell you! Not
th(J east import5int tem jn tne
profession of the painter is his
i.nnwipri.rf, nf m;v(r ,,,lfl,5
knowledge ot mixing colors,
and there s a good many of
., tt 11 1
lhem ,n Honolulu who can put
the paint Oil as even as the
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boards but who do not know
the first principle of mixing.
Very well then. A ten year
1)1 ' r 1 I
old boy can paint if the colors
are riirht. You can save the
wages of a high priced man
and employ one who never
tried to learn the knack oi
mixing and you save twenty
five percent in wages. The
"Hendry Ready Mixed" will
cover twenty-five percent more
space than ordinary paints or
the average ready mixed arti
cle there's your other twenty
five percent. If you do your
own work you will save twenty
five percent more. Try it.
The assurances we have re
ceived from the Water Works
department leads us to believe
that there will be sufficient
water from the Makiki wells
for people to take baths every
, day. With a liberal supply of
water comes a demand for
bath tubs better than tin.
We have in stock several of
j the sort largely advertised in
. the Century an'd. other maga
I zines. They are enamelled
on iron and are everlasting.
' All the new homes have them
I and there's no reason why
they should not be put in old
People who occasionally en
joy Hamburg steaks feel the
necessity for a really good
machine for chopping the
meat. We think, from reports
j we have had from parties who
are using them that ours is
decidedly the best in the mar
ket. We have them in ena
mel or galvanized Iron no
' danger of rUStill"-
I here s dust
in the air and
its bound to get into the house
and on the furniture. Rub
bing with a cloth injures the
polish on fine articles, using a
feather duster removes it with
out damage get a feather
duster we sell them.
Three plantations have
lately added to their machi
nery complete pumping plants
for irrigating cane land. Be
fore making the improvements
the managers thoroughly in
vestigated the cost of steam
pumps and windmills. A half
dozen makes ol the latter were
in competition as to price and
capacity and in each instance
the Aermotor carried off the
1 palm and is doing the work
! for a tenth of the cost of
steam. Hie three plantation
managers referred to above
have simply fallen into line
with others as their necessities
required, there will be others
to follow suit and we believe
that within another year every
plantation on the islands will
have its Aermotor for irrigat
Strand's Self-basting Pans
have made a decided hit
i llonolulii society and we have
I , i i- i i r
been Obliged to order more Ol
.iw,m ,'.. l,,..,,, ., C. nfnn,
Uiein. " C HdVC .1 It W Ol f;HCll
sie left nossiblv enntmli to
bi.t- it.il, pubbiui) LllOllgll O
last until another ot arrives,
, . . , . ,P '
but take no Chances ll VOU
want soni.nhi.ig very H'
the way of kitchen utensils.
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Oionlto Birtoktiln' Jfliick,
307 FORT STKUIflT.
Horses & Carriages !
On SATURDAY, Sept. 9,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
AT THE CLUB STABLES, FORT STREET,
t WILL SKLl, AT PUBLIC AUOT10H
14 Head of Horses
Broken to Saddle and Harness.
EG The Horses nre sold to mako room
for u lot shortly to arrive.
Also at tho satno Hiuo will bo Hold
WAGONETTE, 2 BUGGIES,
1 BRAKE AND POLK (now),
5 Feiir Shafts.
Horses and Carriages can now he
seen at the Club Stabled.
Xa.s. F. Morgan,
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention to
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTICE 13 HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pursuance of a Power of Sale con-
K alued in a certain Mortgage executed
)ecembor 4, li91, bv Antmie IJorba, of
Wailuku, Maui, to Jose de Ponte, of Maka
wao, Maat, and recorded In Liber li!9, page
327, the said Mortgagee intends to fore
close the said Mortgage for condition
broken, to wit: the non-payment of the
principal and Interest secured thereby
when due. And notice is hereby further
given that npon such foreclosure (and un
less said Mortgage shall have been sooner
paid), all and singular the Lands, Tene
ments and Hereditaments In said Mort
gage contained aud described will bo sold
at Public Auction, at tho Court House, in
said Wailuku, by Thomas W. Everett,
Auctioneer, on SATURDAY, thetlth day
of September, 1803, ut 12 o'clock noon of
aid i la
The Proncrtv of said Morteace is all that
Piece of Lnnd Mtunte in said wailuku. and
I described In a deed to said Antono Bortm,
I recorded in the Registry of Conveyances
in nooK uu, page wu.
C9 For further particulars apply to
Thomas Everett, Auctioneer, Wailuku,
Mani. JOSE DE PONTE,
Honolulu, H. I., August 12, 1801.
PORTUGUESE MUTUAL BENEFIT SOCIE
TY OF HAWAII.
ELECTION OF OFFICEBS.
AT A SPECIAL MEETING OF THE
Portuguese Mutual liencllt Society of
Hawaii, held on the 27th day of August,
193, the following Officers wero elected to
servo the remainder of the term:
Jose G. Silva, President; vice P. A. Dias,
M. It. A. Vielrn, vici'-Presidentj vice A.
l' Medoiros, resigned.
M. G. Silva, Secretary; vice J. I. Avellar,
.lose G. Faria. Member of the Board of
Directors; vice M. A. Qonsalves, resigned.
M. O. STIA'A,
Secretary P. M. B. S. of Hawuil.
DR. S. ASANO
WILL LEAVE FOR KOHALA
On Friday, Sept. 1, 1893,
And w ill be absent fiom Honolulu for
Honolulu, Aug. 29, 1S03. 817-tf
THE SCHOONER 'NORMA,'
X 63 Tons Register, substan
tially built oi Oak and Cedar:
Copper and Copper Fastened.
For price and particulars apply
'xitt THRO. H. rAVF
IKR A on
-I FAMILY DRIVING
1 Mare, sound, kind
and gentle; will drive
single or double. Also
I Thoroughbred Jersey
Bull, 2 years old. Inquire of
0. W. MACFARLANE,
814-lw at Macfarlnne & Co., L'd.
I WILL NOT BE RESPONSIBLE FOR
any debts coutiacled in my name by
any person without my written order au
thorizing the same.
J. H. HARRISON.
Honolulu, Aug. i!K, 1!M. 815-l!t
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
against Robert William Holt per
sonally are requested to present the same
without delay at the Olliee of
BRUCE & A. J. OARTWRIGHT.
Honolulu. Aug. 25, 18U3. B13-tf
PERSONS ARE HEREBY
1 X. wu
amed not to Trrnfius nr Hhnr.t
over tbe Lands of Kanahulu, maulta of
Kniilolmil Park, au It frightens away the
turkeys and other dotnoHtlo poultry run-
' jtqh SA
iiiuK hi iitrgo uu nam mini-.
il. V. POOR.
SALE FOB WANT OF USE,
A s'nj'VM HV;Nt'n IN I'lHST-OLASH
, J ori,.r Wel.kiimvn us having been
u "y. r. (. 'frousseiiu us Port physi.
I oiaii. 'Hie mvcral Pilots, the Custom
plllcm can lvo Infonuaiion about tin)
apply to I)R O.'fUOUSSiv.U',
I 1TUIII U 1(1 II A. M. or 7 to h P. M,
All klmlt of Com nit tvial l'rintiiw
promptly eitouteil ul low ratm at Ihe
Oovnor Ifort So
1 AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 15c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
Comer Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
tar WB SE3STID OUT -sa
WK HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH CONSIGNMENT. CONSISTING OF
40 Oases !
0 Dozen I
1920 Packages I
FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
583 'F'o-rt Street. - - - Honokilu, H. I.
100 Doz. Fonr-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
H. S. TREGLOAN h SON.
- S Oents.