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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KIloM A.N1) At" r Kit JUNK 1, 1X93. j
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS,
Tlio 1 G. band will piny nl Emma
Square this o oning.
JOOKEY CLUB MEETING.
To Kw Mill
Diamond Head, 8 p. ni. --Weather
t.y, wind light northeast.
Tho Katnohamolia Schools and
Knwniahao Seminary ro-openod this
Tho special &alo of dress goods
will continue ono inoro week nt X.
S. Sachs' store.
Owing to dnrktn tho other heal
was postponed until this nfluruonn.
Fred Ainu won tho race thin
7tu HACK Oi'KANir SlUAMfeJIU'
UO.'S' UUT-:o added.
Mile Iljsh. Kisju
. U. A. l.
A.M. P.M. P.M. P.M.
Leave Honolulu .. ,8:4r 1:4ft 4:35 6:10
Leave I'cnrl Oltv . .11:30 2:30 5:10 fltfiO
Arrive Eva Mill. .. .0:07 2:57 5:30 (1:22
O. n. It. A.
A.M. .M. l'.M. l-.M.
Lfiivt Una Mill . 0:21 10:43 3:13 0:12
Lvnve I'cnrl City . .0:55 11:15 1:15 0:10
Arrive Honolulu .. 7:30 11:55 4:55 0:45
A. Hntnrdnvi onlv.
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
A not ipo to creditors
Francos M. Nicoll, a bankrupt,
pears in tins issuo.
Tho tenth annual mooting of tho
Hawaiian Jookoy Club was hold at
tho Kapiolani Park race track on
Saturday aftomoon. Owing to other
attractions in town pooplo did not
leave for tho park till lato, thus
delaying tho Rtartmg of tho events. Billy U, W. H. Cornnoll. Loilnhun
i no granu staim ana private stanus ; Was withdrawn on account of a
woro pretty fairly crowded at 1:30 , Blight latnonoss. Duke Sponcor and
of Mrs. i o'clock, and shortly after Mr. P. R. j Billy C. got away together, leaing
Entries: Duke SpiMioor, Loilohua,
W. H. Kickard; l.oid Brock and
i For This Week Only !
- .A. T
np- lsouberg, Jr., one of tho juugos, an
Ladies will find a pleasure and a , 1st UAOE-QUKKN'S PUUSK-175.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
iiv c. J. MONK.
1 3 S f
DAY. .2 S B - fc S
,?3 j? ft S3 gS. g;
boncfit from consulting Ka Mailo's
Tho walls of tho Hawaiian Elec
tric Company's building on tho
0:10 ' osplanado arc rising apaco.
John Richnrdsoii, n'.signeo of the
bankrupt ostato of Goorgo lions of
Wailuku, has a notico elsewhere.
i Tho managoniont of tlio Chlneso
Theatre diil not securo a liconso to
opon until ll::JU o oloolt baturuay
Tho studding of tho
Homo is all sot up, and
lions of tho otorior
Itnnntim Itaco. J'-Mllo Dash for Ha
uallim llrcd Horsos.
Entries: bl. m. Quoon L., and b. h.
Aninriuo, by Robert Ballentino; b.
m. Littlo Ono, by C. V. Macfarlauo.
Amariuo, who was tho favorite,
took tho polo, Quoon L. next and
Littlo Ono on tlio outside. A good
start was mado, Amarino assuming
tho lead, closely followed by tho
othors. Amarino came undor tho
wiro two lengths ahoad of Queen L.,
Littlo One third. Timo, 52 sec.
Slocum rode tho winner.
2d RACK HONOLULU rURSE-100.
Lord Brock at tho polo. Spencer
mowed down tho distance in I:1S
Tho judges came in for conidor
ablo unfavorable comment in their
starting of tho races. In several
caso3 spectators bang out to tho
judges to ring tho boll whwn a bad
start, was mono.
Leads the w ay ! N
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
sao Port Street, Honolulu
Mortuary Report for Auguut.
GREAT REDUCTION IN
I "Wash -:- Materials
'u.in. l) m. ii.iii. I). m.
4 II Kill 0 4 11 7 1J 5 4t
a i i ... i a 43, 8 u,
0 1 40 2 II 7 o' 8 30 S 45 11 2 0
i p.m. n in. i
! 3 411 2 40 !l II 7 BO 5 41
,s a in .i n 'i 8 no o n
:l 30 .1 .ill '.I l.V '.I Jit, 6 13
10 4 13 3 t". 10 111 15, 5 10 K
r ii -2i
Now moon on tlio '.ith ut Sli. :Um. p. in.
Time Wlilbtlu blows at 111. Sto. .Ha. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Is tin; same us iJh. dm.
no. of Uiecimlch tlun.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, SEPT. 4, 18U3.
Btmr Clruuline from Maul
btiur Jarue? Makee from Kuual
Btmr Waialeale from Kauai
Stinr Mokolii from Molokai
Btmr J A Cummins from Koulau
btmr Kuala from Waianae
Bohr Knwailani from Koolau
Bchr Maliimalii from Waialun
BehrSarnU & ElUn ftom Koolau
Sunday, Sept. 3.
Btmr Iwalani from Kauai
Bchr Mille Morris from Koolau
Monday, Sept. 4.
Btmr Tele from Makaweli
Thoro was a luau in a lauai next
to the Queen's WaikiKi residenco
Saturday. A largo number of poo
Tho Unknowns defeated tho Planets
in a game of baseball at. the League
ground on Saturday morning by a
score of 11 to 5.
Tho largo engine (about 7o h. p.)
formerly in (ho Union Iron Works,
is being erected in tho works of tho
Enturpriso 1'laning Mill.
Tho track record, 2:301, held by
Clementine, was almost broken by
Lot Slocum on Saturday, his third
heat being made in 2:302-5.
Tho Augiican Church Chronicle
for September is out. Tho editor
gives a chatty account of his recent
llying visit to tho Garden Tslo.
Mr. Reynolds is making improve
ments in the fittings of tho Golden
Rule Bazaar, to meet tho steady in
crease of business at that popular
A groat hit has been made by the
Hendry mixed paints. Besides them,
other articles of great utility are
mentioned to-day in tho Hawaiian
Hardware Co.'s column.
Trotting and Pacing.
2 in 3 to harness.
Mile Heats; liest
Sunday, Sept. 3.
Am bk S C Allen for Sun Francisco
Monday, Sept. 4.
Stmt Mokolii for Molokai
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolan
Bchr Sarah .t Eliza for Koolau
Bchr Millo Morris for Ivoolaa
Bchr Kawailani for Koolau
Vessel! Leaving To-moirow.
Btmr Claadinc for Maul at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Clauillnc 74 bags bone, 81 baa
corn, i!g(5 bags potatoes, 31 Uog, i
hides, 1M bbls poi, 17.i pes koa dbbl ft),
UObagg turo und 51 pkgs sundries.
Pele 403a bags sugar.
From Muui anil Hawaii per stmr Clau
dine Sept 'Z A Horner, J M Horner, Mri
Bell and daughter, J li l.ightfoot, wife and
3 children, Mi- A Hauler, Judge Bloker
ton, wile, child and servant, Miss M lieck
with, Mrs H Z Austin, Miss A Uurney,
Mrs J V Kalun and 2 tons, Bro James,
Mons VUzavona. Thos Treadway, Jno
KichardsQii, Mrs H Hart and 3 children.
K H Bailev. Mi-s Aheonc. Misi J 1'errv.
Miss A Perry, Bro William, K Dowsttt, O
H Broad and 17 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S 3 Australia, Houdlotte, from San Fran
cisco, due Sept 8
Am bk Martha Utivis from Boston, due
Am bgt Consuelo, from San Fiancco for
Kahulul. Aug A
Bktnu Klikltat, from Puget bound, due
Ger bk J U Pfluger, from Bremen, due Oct
Gerbk Paul Isenberg fiom Liverpool, due
Am ship Topgallant from Port Blakely
Am bk Amelia, from Puget Sound, Aug 30
Vessels in Port.
UBS Boston, Day, from a cruise
USB Adams, Nelson, from a erui-u
Am bk Albert, Grilllths, from ban Fran
cisco Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yokohama
The two masts of the schooner Llholiho,
on the rtef at Makaweli, were brought to
town by the stoamer Pele last night. The
snhOoner was lying in the same position
when the cteuiuer left,
Second Engineer D. Bellow, of the
Meamer Iwalunl, being laid up, Second
Engineer J. Dougherty of the steamer Pele
Is temporarilj llillng the position. A. H.
Douse, oiler on the steamer V. O. Hall
has been transferred to the Pele.
Entries: b. m. Waikapu Maid and
b. m. Minnie, W. II. Corn well; ch. g.
Fred Mac, C. W. Macfarlane.
Miunio was withdrawn from this
' raco and Waikapu Maid ami Fred
i Mac came out on tho stretch, with
Fred Mac at tho polo. C. W. Mac-
farlano drovo his own horse, while
Sam Decker drovo tho maid. A
! fairly good start was made, both
' trotters keeping well together until
' tho quarter-pole, when Waikapu
Maid broke, and lost considerable
ground. Sho managed, however, to
clear the distance post, and had an
other chanco for a boat. Mac's timo
Owing to a few whisperings be
tween tho "knowing ones" that it
was a "family race, the judges or
dered tho Maid to bo handled by
another driver. Mr. Coruwoll readily
gave his consent, but wasn't ho an
angry man when the second boat
was concludedl Joe King, tho col
ored traiuer, handled the Maid's
ribbons. Tho Maid broko at the
quarter-pole, and King seeing that
he had no chance of catching up if
ho trotted the mare, galloped her
the remainder of the distance. Fred
Mac moved down the distance in
fitio shape and came under tho wire
in 2:47 a performance which
bars him from the 3-tninute class.
Lad3' friends of Fred Mac's owner
hung a largo horsoshoo mado of
flowers on tho snimal's neck.
I 3d haoe-matoh hack.
Running Hace. 1 Mile Dash between
Under 1 .
5 to 10 .
10 to 20 .
20 to 30
30 to 10 .
4D to 60
50 to GO
(JO to 70
a -. s-
PAT.MKH. Ejq.. EiiKiueer of
trict No. I, bo. Pneitlu Co.
i. V'uir Vr;
Best Quality Sati'i'ii. plain awl fiurcil.
;- Yards for $1.00
15 20 10 3 0 1
1 II! 10
Exhaustion . .
lleiuoiili'igu . . 1
Intluena . I
Inanition . . 2
lnll.imat'n Bowels 1
1 I Opium
COMMUlTIVI MONTIUA MUKTAMtV.
J. Cuinmings, a hackman.was sou
tenced to pay a line of S5 iu tho
District Court to-day for "driviug
faster than a walk" over Waikaha
lulu bridge on Friday night.
Tho steamer Fole pasM'd the
steamer Waitnanalo off Kaena Point
at 5 o'clock yesterday afternoon.
Tho Waimanalo was under sail and
beating up. Sho is expected to bo
along this evening.
Atie i,w.) sumo away ,mm t , - kh applause ag they apj)6Hred on
Queen's Hospital on Saturday night M,.,. .'',, nr,' nl' F.,.fflUh
'Duke bpencer" and "Lord Brook."
This was tho event of the day, and
considerable money was up on tho
result. Both animals were in the
pink of condition and were greeted
Annual death rate per 1000 per iiiontli.21.00
AH others ... 7.07
C. 11. Rr..NOin,
Agent Boaid of Health.
and was captured ye&terday. This
morning Judge liobortson changed
her place of residenco to Oahu Pris
on, giving her thirty days.
Mr. Geo. E. Boardman, house
agent, etc., has withdrawn 3 houses
from his "To Lot" list, having rent
ed thorn duriug tho past week to de
sirable tenants. Ho now adds to his
list a house to lot on Gcrmania
Tho Makaweli Plantation finished
grinding on Friday last, after turn
ing out a composito crop of 13,000
tons of sugar, tho largest crop ever
turned out by 3113 single plantation
on tlio islands. Tlio mill began
grinding on Dccombor 30, 1892.
The Woman's Board of Missions
will moot to-morrow (Tuesday) after
noon, at half-past two at the Central 1 jTh UACE PRESIDENT
tho track. Morton, the English
jockej', bestrode Duke Spencer, and
Slocum was mounted on Lord Brock.
Morton was not in tho host of con
dition by any moans, and should not
have been allowed to ride. A false
start was made and tho Duko went
nearly half wav around tho track be-
1 fore Morton was able to stop him.
I Morton had a big carbtiuclo on his
right hand, tho pain from which had
j kopt him in misery tho previous two
. days and nights. In the second at
' tempt Lord Brock led at the start
I by about five lengths. Tho Duke,
I however, (Hilled up on him and pass
ed him at the quartor-pole, going
, like the wind. At the three-quarter
pole it was seen that the pace had
been too fast for the Duke, and Lord
Brock passed him, wiuuing by three
I lengths. Time, 1:49 2-5.
j,n W,', ..L K "S
J,f?i( (hat thr ml tnuirfS mufh lfs iii;
ini( urn nunc to mtikc 11 paint of tin re
qnhite cmcriiiji and iincmliiig qualities. 100
lbs. of white le id wilt lake mi lunritth.iii 1
to mils, of linseed, while hi mv iirimlnt;
eoat, 1 get even better results with !l to 10
callous of .ucol,and in my sieoiid coat
with 7 tofc galii.ns of liticol to luu lbs. of j
lead. Ihis means a verj material saving
(from oue-tliiid 10 uue-halt) In the amount
of pigment neoe-sjr tocmcra glveu 'ur- 1
In 111 roof color I ued lev1- than HKj lb.
ol "c.ir'p.iint" (Prince? Metallic ground iu
oil) wheie 11 roof ol this kiu bus ulwass re- I
luircil 200 lb. of car paiutwith linseed oil.
linixid my roof color with lb gallons of
l.ueol to the w lbs of pigment and got a
belter bodv ol color than lever got with
les than one-half that number of gallons
of liii'Lcil. 1 give j on "Imply the fuels but
1 e.iuiiol understand or explain them.
'Ihc drsing imuliliua 01 the new oil aro J
perfect. Tin; jnimiuii cwit with whitn had,
dried strong and hard inside of 21 hours.
1 he first coat for sand look the .md freely,
firmly and Iu larger piantit. than lin-eed
and dried hard inside of 21 bonis. The
siciiiid coat of both color and tiimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 21
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with 1
a line smooth suriace entirely iree irom
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
nbly well so as to develop a line lustre, giv
in tr much better looking results th.111 I
have ever gotten with twoeo.usof linseed
on new wood, f he car paint spread on the
loofwas mixed with raw I.ikoI and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. The second cout of sand
tilled up solid!, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than 1 have ever
gotten on to linseed.
The l.ueol has ell'ected a saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or neaily oue-tliiro of the
amount usuall reiiirc.i for a building of
Willi res poet to the general appearance
of the finished work, 1 iiiut eonluss th it I
ueer s;iw its equal 111 twocoit work with
linseed, and il the nil w.ns as well at
T.incnd as it lias worn with the Master
Car Painti'i. Mr. Filch, at r-aer.iincnto,
thfrr din he tin tiitftinn iimef Iht L'l'K
HlOltlTV nf l.ueol in tr liiivol, eifn nt thr
ninir prire p.'r iiiillmi. in ECUN'H.Sl V, UlHI)
I.UOKM mill in DL'HAKII.1 1'Y.
SignedJ W. II. MHI.M'S.
Foreman Painter, Southcin I'niillc Co.
Finu Quality Floweret! awl Striped Mull
0 Yard for S1.00
. . .8 Yards
the entire 1
for SI .00
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hals, Very Reasonable.
2C5- Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY !
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain k Figured Silks,
E3TO., ETC., ETO,
COMM KNOWS ON
Union Church. Kecoiit letteis from
Mrs. Arthur Smith of China will bo
road. All Indies; iutoroslod in mis
sion work aro invited to attend.
G. P. Guilhame liecamo obstreper
ous on tho Qiipou's birthday and had
a trial of mu.-olo with a Portnyueso
on King street. A cop spied him,
howovor, and Giiilhaino was put iu
tho "cooler." This morning ho was
fined S10 in tho District Court for
Two rntiwb woro arnssted on
Saturday for violation of lioard of
Health regulations by maintaining a
slaughter house within ono milo of
tho Post-olhce, for ono wnolt past.
Both pleaded guilty boforo Judgo
Robertson to-day and woro repri
manded and discharged.
JOCKKY CLUB CUP-$"5 added.
I Trotting and Pacing. Mile Heats; bent
I 3 In 5 to harness. Free lor all
, Entries: bl. in. Gorster, T. Holliu
gor; br. h. Lot Slocum, Lahnina
Stables; g. g. Johnny Hay ward, W.
j II. Cornwell.
Tho veteran Lot Slocum, driven
I to a pneumatic-tired sulky by Mr.
I Horner, was tho favorito. Slocum
won tho first heat in 2:H8, Gorster a
I cloto second; tho second and third
! heats iu 2:31 2-5 and 2:30 2-5.
Stii RACE KAI.AKAUA OUP - $75
Running Hmu. Milu Dash for Ha
uutian 11 red llorats owned by the
Miniibera of the Club. Cup to become
tho property of the ono winning it
Tho Hawaiian National Band sere
naded Queen Liliuokalani at, her
residence, Washington Placo, last
Saturday moiiiing, tho occasion be
ing her birthday. A largo number
of Hawaiian "called to pay thoir
alohas Jo thoir sovereign. During
f he day a number of hor friends
called and loft thoir cards.
h. Amariuo, Robert,
m. Loilohua, W. H.
Billy C, W. H. Corti-
Bon of Harry K. Ituby, of Columbia, Pa.,
Suffered From Birth
With a Severe I'orin of
' Until my boy was six je.irs of 330 lie wan
from birth a terrible nuffrrrr fiom scrofu
lous humor. Sores uou'.d miliar on him and
spread until as I.nrr 11 11 Hollar niul then
discharge, followed by otlioii, so th.ittlie larger
fart nf bis body uas one iiius of tores all
he time, tpecialls secip 011 his Icm and hacls
of Ills e irs and mi Ills hu.-.d 1 ho humor had a
very offensive odor, and caused
We cannot tell how tint poor hoy suffered la
all those years. Physicians did not effect a
cure. At last I decided to (too hhn Hood's
Sjrsaparllla, as my druggist ici'omincndid
It. In about two weeks the S iriapirllh began
to have effect.. Tho sort", commenced to heal
up; the flesh liecan to look more ii.itui.it mid
lii'althy. Then the scales e.imoolf anilallover
his bod) new .mil lit- ilthy lie h audsMn foimi'd.
When he had taken two bottles hu it as entirely
free from sores, ha lug onlj the se.irs to show
where they had been. Tin so Imo all disap
peared, we ate uuable to uprcss our Uianlis
for the good
lias done our little boy." Hahkv K. Ituuv,
Ilox 3r0, ColiimtiU, rounsylvanlii.
HOOD'S TILLS curu Conalatlou by rettoe
ng th prliultle action of thoulluiesUrj caoat
HOnilON, NEWMAX A CO.,
Agents for Hawaihin Islands,
1 il CM
RW N CO
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
THURSDAY, AUGUST 35 1893.
J) bitliui' liooui
liath: with Uotnl or with-
nut. Kimlish f.iuiliv nook-
IIIK. 1 YV1&" LOTIAUL,,
IMION'I HOO.M AND
M li M It- Itonin to let
ut Nil I (i.irden I.une.
a - W 6 0
J nisbed ltonina to let
tho corner of Alukea
.Merchant Streets, by
im, wcok ur .uoiiui.
tfi-i-ow" jhns n. nii:i.si:n.
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON IIAN'D AN hXri.NhlVi: tbfOKTMINI iK
.a-i-it. ! irf
hit Wl I
COTTAGE TO LET
A T NO. !'! NUCANC 4 M -V.
stri'et, ciintaliiuiK b &?' 5lj,
il....... i 11.. i. .,...... Ki'tiht""
...7.111,9 UI1V4 J' .1111, null viu- UCII Itlll,
cuiiied In Will, llraun. 3il-ifiipt
l'or further pirili uhir? iii)l at this ollkc.
tiiirJi i H' iA
2 tb. ic ' ,- v. k- v t iv-j- j-war'
ritr.i:TAAri,.-a:.37r,v'i ps i-
Tho P. G. baud will ivo a iiili
lio conoort at Kimna Squuro this
evontug at 7:30 o'elooh. Tlio fol
lowing program will ho ronilored:
Mttreli Tliu Seven felliirmna (now)
. . .Mllloeker
U'nlt7 Tim Dull fun,. II......
Mnrch A Day iu VienuMiiHw) '" Seh'ild ! vas u-i'(l
W ultz Tlie llonilohin (now ) . Delliuger
Euphonium Solo -Then You'll Hu.
Member Mo (now ) J'lumll vlllc
Muieli My rio-ehurl (new ) .Sprouncker
WulU Tout Purls, (now ) U'ltldleitfi'l
Ouloji llruve Ahead (now) . fetruuss
Tlio la i
Mr. II. J.MnyuiA,of Oakland, Aid., .
wijs: ''1 liavo bold tliirtoon but tlos '
of Cliaiiiboilniu'H (Jough Itciucil
to-day an I am lilornlU Hold out.
Tliia m tlio largo.st salo on roconl of .
any ono preparation in adayovor
our countorH, It given, tlio best hat
Isfaotion of any uougli niodipiiio o i
liandlo, and ni a hollor it loads all ,
other puiparatious on Huh maikot."
Kor salo by all doalom. Hinis.iu. !
biiuth & Co., agouta for tho llnwai- than OUo iu any othor local publioa
Messrs, White, Hitinan
National Iron Winks, aro
partb ol a niaoluiio, tlio main por
tion ol which h:ii boon iiianiifaotur
oil in (treat Hritnin, which is intend
ed by the inventor to supersede the
moiiiii engine as a motive power.
Tho operaiivo principle is as jot a
mystery, like that of tlio Kooloy
go forty-ton f-oow which
in landiiiL' the Makaweli
plautal ion machinery, and went on
tho beach at that pl.ico a few
months ago, i being rai-i'il with tho
assistance of Mr. Ulackin's steam
plown. hen tho htoamer Polo left
yt'dtordn.) Ihon'ow had been lifted
up on skid, uiul it was cipoetod to
bo high on tlio beach to day.
A buMin-- man was ciitiiplaining
of ilullne"" when inditing an adtor-ti-emoiit
lur tho Hilluin Two or
thrcodays after the luhertisoinoiit
nppourcd ho said ho had boon kept
mii. bii in tho meant inio with
oiifi'tomoia. Tint, is (mother of maii,v
similar tcstinuiiiies to tho oiled that
nil advoitisoniont iu the l!t'U.i.m
yields bottor roBUlth in nuicuei timo
Bailout ino; b,
Kickard; g. g
j After tho first false start a good one
was made, tho throe animals being
in a lino, when tho judges rang tho
I boll. After that several bad starts
wore made and finally tho bunch
I woro btartod, Amarino, the favorito,
in tho rear. Hilly C, ridden by Lot
Slocum, led the two to tho otiarter
' polo, when Amarino passed him.
.Slocum held Billy O. to the throe-
ipiartor pole, when ho let him out
i ami he came undor tho wiro first in
' 1 :&:$ 2 Ii Tho throe mado a
, pretty raco coming up the home
I btrotoh. Amarino came in second,
Loilohua a close third, V. II, Coru
i well by this second winning carries
i off tho cup, having won it previously
vwth Poni Moi in 1887.
Bedroom Suits, m&EffisVZ. .&,- Etc.. Etc.. Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
J. HOPP &. CO.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
KAl'IOI.ANI 1'AltK 1'L'UKK
NO SICCO.ND-IIAM) OK DAM A(tl.l) OOUDS KI-.I'T ON 1IAVD
OKU WAY & POUTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Struct, oppo. Bethel Street.
HKI.l. IKI.KI'IIONH fii -i to- Ml IT l. 1 r.l.l.J'HONi: .Hi.
- at 'i in: FAMiu.s vruith ok
BOB & 511 FORT STR,HSE3T
iinms i:tc r.t. .
1 rutting niul
Kruo for ull,
Mile Ui-ittt; 3
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