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WHAT'S IM TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Searching questions, by "Another Tour
Who's Soared? by "l'rliictplo lion Ho.
Hutiilar School Trouble Over Chim-e.
MeKliili-.v't Property KcstoreJ.
riic Pliilmlelpliia Men.
llml For Our hugar.
Ijite Kurt'ln Newt, per S. 8. AUim-lu
IahuI and Uenernl ttemt.
Mr. and Mrs. Turner.
Arrival Of I ho Helvetian1.
Arrival Of The Alauiedn.
I he Ailiimn I'o i-pave.
lot ntii i-vor.
t haucfd lly The l.ortl.
Foreign Ne and tJoslp.
bo willinir to oo-onurati with
Australian Oovornincnts. Ho con
siders the tarill bill should favor
countries bordering on tho Pacific .
Otllcors of the Posttilllco Depart- I
inont say tho G orninint would
have nothing to do with a cable to
bo landed on British oil. Pacific
Coast members arc in favor of a
I HNtOIE Distill U I n.
Tho Carnegie Company has been
fined.! 10,IS'.M1 by the I nitcd States
Government for frauds mi armor
plate. Plate that had not patted
inspection had been substituted for
those that had. Ktlvvaril Sill, a dork
in tho llonie.tteail ollice ot the com
pany, gave tho fraud away. Imme
diately after a mooting between the
Presidont, Secretary Herbert, An
drew Carnegie and Prick the man
airor. carucuiu openiv auvocaten me
BAD FOR OUR SUGAR.
HUttwJ to neither Seel nor Party,
Hut Established for the llenefll of All.
KKIDAY, MAKC1I 1(5, 18114.
LATE FOREIGN KEYS.
Sas Khancisco, March H.
Pcr. S. Australia !
TUE BRAZILIAN WAR.
O- , -- ,-n ,.,,, - . ... , , . .
passage ol I no Wilson uin wuieii ue
had previously denounced.
TO mtti: Till. KKAIIsVHOt.
Tho contract for raising the
wrecked Ivoarsargo hat been award
ed to tho Boston Towboat Coin
pan v bv agreement. The company
is tb recoivo . lo.OvO if .successful in
dolivoriug tho ship at the Norfolk
tho i Harcoiirt, Chancellor of the E-
cheituer, attnnicd the Libertl leader
ship in the House of Commons amid
cheers from the Liberal benches.
Parliament wat prorogued on the
Tho St .lames Gn7
reported that ltoohcr will prob
ablv etrect n reunion with the Liberal-Unionist
Tho Standard nr.kes the following
ollicial announcement :
Kimberlev will assume
. .. - . .. . . .. ..;..-. ; ..- i
port loho; the login nou. nenry n cent additional; anme ninety aim
Fowler will take t lie Indian portfo- , mit above iiiuety-sitlefrreos,2'100tlis
Ho: T. l Kills, now Lord of the of a cent por degree; abovo niuoty
Trcaur., will become pat i onago i su degrees. l cents per pound.
Secret nf) of the Troaviry, succeed- i Molasses, testing tint abovo fifty
ling Mr. Maj.irili.ti.l.s, Liberal ti degrees by polaricopo, 2 cents
"whip." John Morley ha consent- per gallon; above fifty-six degrees, 4
ed to retain the portfolio as Chief cents.
I Secret-try of Ireland at the urgent A duty not in the Wilson bill is
i re,piet of Lord Uo.'oboiy. that on bananas, which is put at 20
Recommended With Abroga
tion of the Treaty.
Anionc tho chances proposed in
tto tas it is i tho Wilson tariff bill by tho Finance
will prob- Committee of the Senate is the fol
lowing relating to sugar:
I Sugar not abovo eighty degrees
po test, l coin a pouim; lor
nl dcirreo or fraction,
rcos, 1-iiKitii oi
The Karl of overy additional dcgi
the foreign not abovo ninety dog
Hawaiian Harriwarfi Go., L'd !
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Corner Port 8c Hotel Streets.
Navy Yard, anil if uiisucceful it
will be paid SUMXIU for having made
the attempt. Tho wrecking fleet of
the company will bo made ready to
leave by the middle of next week,
and tho work of savinir tho vessel
will bo commenced as soon as the
conditions are favorable.
A Colon despatch of the titli says
two Hriti'h schooners carried oil"
loads of arms mid stores from the
Kcarsarirc. Other ve.els hae laml-
i ed similar material. The arms were
I taken possession of by tho Colom
, biau Government and the store sold
MOMIOK IioCTHISr. KOI! TIIU MOtgl'ITO
Corea will enter the Postal Puioii.
Fiirhtiiitf between the Dutch and
I Chinese in Sumatra is reported.
11 is repotted General Lrespo lias
been elected President of Veiic.uola
by a largo majority.
The llrilish forces are meeting
with a stubborn resistance in put
ting down I'obislish, chief of the
slavers. A Hying column found the
town of liaUiimiir well loriilied, did
percent in tho new Dill, more is
also a 'JO percent duty on pineapples,
, not in the Wilson bill.
In the Internal Kevonue soction is
I a new provision directing tho Presi
dent to immediately notify tho Ha
waiian Government that tho United
States will torminato in twolvo
mouths the treaty with Hawaii mado
I !.. IklT.-.
Tho internal revenue sect ion makes
maiiv verbal but few essential
changes in the income tax. It l unites
TO INFORM MY CUSTOMERS
I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
after hoax firing on both sides the , a tax of '2 cents on a pack of playing
town was iakeu and destroyed. 'cards, similar to the Wilson bill:
I taxes oil nil itiiKiucu, uiy.un mm
1 cigarettes weighing over three
, pounds por iikjo, m por iwap, aim
Senator Morgan introduced a re-
AX ENULISII STEAltLII HMO t TON.
Tho robol warship Yictoria, a con
verted inerchautinan, fired on the I
English tug Isabel, the shot going j
..rough the ritis ens k .. . , ,, Uol t.nl fr illformtitiu ,n,
boat. When tho, tug stopped she , ,,,,,,, r.lll?lllli ia,ii., ,,f itri,
en v .":.: "... III....U..I.I !.. ,i...
lltll irilOJl.t ill lilill-liemx in iiiv
i Mosuuito country, Nicaragua. The
Presidont turned over the prepara
ivna boarded and one of her me
taken off a prisoner. British resi
dents are indignant, but their coun
ueius .u .....K..U..K " " .'.""V.,-". ", President turned over the prepara
ry's warships are u tsulo ,o liar- , f , ,0 ll((, Cretan
bor on account of ho ';"' 1 f s A w.whiii8toii despatch
matter was reported to the British . ,..w(liriUv. -fll...
Government bv cable.
Starting insurgents stole from
tho side of tho steamer Catauia a
lighter freighted with bacon and
machine oil and flyiug the German
flag. The agents of the steainor ap
died to Admiral Beuliam for pro
tection, but ho told thoin ho could
only protect American property.
ICx-Prosidonl Harrison's lectures
at Stanford University aredrawiug
Congressman Blauchard of Louisi
ana lias beeu appoiutcd to succeed
Senator White, who has beeu made
a Justice of tho Supremo Court.
Tho President transmitted addi
tional Hawaiian correspondence to
the House on the 7th.
Tho U. S. S. Bennington is coaling
at Peniaiiibuco on her wax to San
Galling guu have been brought
out to protect mines in West Virgi
nia against strikers.
The Supremo Court of South Da
kola has rendered a decision that
irtually repeals tho prohibition law
so far as it affects beer.
Potter Palmer, tho millionaire
hotel keeper of Chicago, is seriously
ill with grip. Ho is nearly 70 ears
Admiral Bonhatn will bo relieved
at Ilio bv Commodoro Moade. Tho
Newark "or tho Charleston will be
tho flagship, and tho Yantic will bo
stationed at Montevideo. Tho Now
rui: cNUiwu.vnii.iN link.
Huddart of the Canadian-Aiittra
liau line sort ice lias made a proposi- j
tiou to the Dominion Government
for the establishment of a serxico
by txxeiitx-kuot steamers upon the
iiaviueiit "of a suhsidx of S7.itl.ti00 a
Xoar for ten vears. Huddii't pro
poses to establish a fast line from
Great Britain to Australia atid New
' Zealand, using t lie Canadian Pacific
for connection between the Allan
tie and Pacific.
At the postal and telegraph con
ference at Wellington, New Zealand,
it was xotcd unanimously to support
a moid hi) service to Vancouver to
alternate" with the San Francico
route. It was alto resolved to send
strong representations to the Unit
ed States Government, uruitiK it to
paper cigarettes less iiiantnrce
pound -51; those wrapped in to
bacco. Ml cents.
The income tax retains the rate of
'J percent on incomes over $I(KK). as
in the Wilson bill, but broadens the
claes of incomes by adding the
words, "From any source xvhatevor,"
tho tax to apply to "ovory citizen of
tho United States and every person
The date for going into effect of
the bill is changed from Juno 1st to
Among a series of opinions minted
is the statement that tho Pacific
Coast Senators generally express
thnmolves airainst tho feature of
Saturday, March JO, l8!)Jf.
The United States are Hood
ed with thousands of jimcrack
articles as the result of the ex
hibits at the World's Fair. We
have had opportunities for se
curing the agency for a large
number of these articles, but
there are so few of them that
are worth anything that we re
fused to handle them. One
article, however, that lias come
to our notice wc believe will
fill a long felt want.
One of the greatest difficul
ties the housewife or cook has
to contend with is keeping the
bread knife sharp. If it is used
for any other purpose than cut
ting bread it is bound to be
come dull. If it happens to be
convenient the cook will use it
for any purpose lor which a
knife is used, all the placarding
possible will not prevent his ! Dftlre P.amlivin Qiul Flanotto Waictc
it if J VWV MMM AUUWttW WW MAMtM
Will be offered to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF FASHIOX."
... I AM OFFERING NOW, M
For Friday and Saturday Only,
of vestenhv says
No additional adxices from
rairua were given out at the
tl... 1.111 it.l.l.al. nltrnrrnt iia flin I runl v
do belter than it has been doing for , ..i iinwnji l(,vnm 80 many pco-
X,ea. the han I-rancisco sen ice. and to 0 ()f t10 Const have largo invest
Stale i ke measures for reducing the Jm,tH j Hawaiian sugar plantations
Department today, but there it rea- heavy overland man charges. n ln ,.,,r,.0 of tho Coast has
son to believe tha'l the President is iuiitimi i I'outi ori.tr i'iuiitim. been greatly aided by tho sugar in-
preparing lor a vigorous and minus- j ) ,ro ,n j,,.,,,, n collision be- diistry.
arose from boycotting of supplies :
for tho African Transcontinental
I olograph Company, a Uritish con
cern, and for the British gunboat
Herald. The collision began with
the firing of two xlmis as a warning
fliilll the I'ollllg'iese fort at Tote.
Then boats loaded with Poituguete
i-rotoi-d the nxer and tore up the
telegraph poles of the construction
ii.iriv. Mint were exchanged bin
Klegtmt Assortment of Colors at 'JO Cents Each.
hist Received by last "Australia" a Large Stock of
pri'miiiiK mi ii n),iiiiiieiiiiii i - i i nere lint ueen n eoinsinii
takablo assertion nf the rigltlt of the i trtl,,.n i, Uritish and Poring
United States in Central America. J tu, Ztituhcsi river. Africa.
and that the correspondence will in
elude matters of later date than the
brief report from Minister Baker of
the landing of British troops. It is
still hoped that the conditions have
been misstated, and that the troops
landed solely to protect tho lixes
and nropertv of British subjects, in
stead of for the purpose of interfer
ing between the Nicaraguati and
Motiiiiitu Governments. But there
is no distinction to discuise the re.d I ,,,, ,l4k ,,r I if,, mm m first retiorled.
graxitv of the incident, for although nliluuigii later uin-llieial information
the British have often talked of n Unit ihere vWi Mime I - of life,
their rights of protectorate and . ,, commander of the British gun
eveu threatened, it had never in this I l(ltlt .,,.,into iMiniateil (hat he
century come to pa-s that British tt,Mi, Uen lire if (heto wji any
trooiit actually landed in Central j fri.r damaue done to the tele-
America since me abortion oi uie ranh coinpanx s propertv, nud re-
Wu have just received an
other cargo of Hay and Cram
by the "Inngard' personally
selected by our manager in
California : ami as we buy
the best, a word to the wise
i.H miIHch ut . Prompt delivery.
cutting kindling wood with it
he feels so disposed. The ar- ,
tide we have in view to remedy
all this trouble is a knife made
very much like a saw, and it
will cut bread without the trace
of a crumb; warm bread may '
be cut without its becoming '
heavy. Another knife of the
same pattern, but smaller, is 'To jK, H(,(j ,,. ONT W,,,,. oN, Y ,,t (k, v,t U(it a1(j ,t
au. qiu iu. .uu,..K x-ur. ... , . V(inK CJ(;0(1h wol,h 2-c n L
which there is icing. Still an- j
other is used as a parer. The .
three are of the finest steel J . . 2 B O PIBOES . .
withnickle plated handles se- ..-.
curcly fastened to the blades j V X G 1J O -R X -A- Xj -A-VV XsT
so that they cannot possibly , . 1n . . ., , , ,;., nn . .
.. ,, , . In JG-yard lengths, reducctl from $1.00 to to cent,
come off. We se them at $i J
per set and you get good value
when you buy them. !
A new lot of clothes wringers corner Fort and Hotel StB
varjing in si.e from that ordt
narily used by lamilies to the
very large one used in sugar
mills for wringing sugar bags.
Salifurnia Feed Co.
Monroe Uoclrinc toasort a protee- jiifnrcomciit w'ere s,.nt for by both! Ol-TK'I-:: Comer Qliceil
tornte. sides. The Pirtugiieio are reported , , .
A Now Orleans despatch says oat-j , iau, r,,pj(,,i ,l!lt they xxould in- and NlltiailU streets. Uotll
seiigers on the steamship .John Vil- i Hit llmt no further work be done ,., , , -,
sou bring nexvs of tlio attempted as- X,I)U ,), i,.cgraph line. ' eleplioiies 1-1.
sassmauon ii uoiion ueiir.x viar-, . . . . ' ......i .vi.- KUt vtini.f
,f .tlll'ilKM .- HIIIq .!...- .
near O. R. & L. Co.'s Depot.
Uoth Telephones !'.
once, chief of the Mosquito reera
tiou. The attempt to lull the chief
xvas made by a Nicaraguati. who had
a dirk, but it xvas taken from him
before he could accomplish ln pur
York and San Francisco will return
to Now York.
A plan for reorganizing the Niga
ragua Canal Company is reported to
bo progressing favorably in Now
A fruit trust is tho latest device
retiorted from Philadelphia, to han
dle all the tropical fruit entering
tho United States.
Republican gains aro reported in
tho county elections in Nexv York
Tho fleet for the Behring Sea pa
trol will probably be composed of
the Bennington, Adams, Concord,
Mohican, orktoxvu, Marion, and
the revenue cutters Bear, Corwin
There is a deadlock in police mat
tors at Denxer, Col., from oflortH of
txvo police commissioners to prevent
their successors from taking ollice.
An injunction lias boon issued to
prevent Gov Waite from calling out
Daniel Coughliii xvas acquitted at
Chicago of the murder of Dr. Pat
rick 11. Crouiu. Tho trial is de
nounced as a farce. Dr. Crouiu dis
appeared on May 1, IrWO. At the
former trial Coughliu, Martin Burko
and Patrick O'Sullivan wore con
xictedof tho murder ami sentenced
to life imprisonment. Tho txvo lat
ter died in orison and tho prosoiit
defendant bocured a new trial.
Miss lillon Beach Yaxv, tho young
California songstress lately gradu
ated from the conservatory in Paris,
charmed a large audience in Chi
cago. She is about 211 years of age,
xory tall and willoxvy and siugR xxith
most perfect ease, llor voice lias a
range oi three octaves and a half,
and many in tho audience said that
a voice of so groat a range had
uoxur before been hoard in Chicago.
It is belioxed that a pool formed
about tho time tho Wilson bill xvout
to tho Senate, to "bull" sugar trust
stock, has collapsed. The market
went to smash on them. Suuator
Brice, xvlio has been dabbling in su
gar stocks, is believed to be among
TIIK INDIANA A (IKKXT SlUMs.
The battleship Indiana returned
to the dock at Cramps shipyard,
Philadelphia, after the quickest and
most successful trial trip of any xes
boI over built by the Cramps. Dur
ing tho battleship's absence from
tho yard the fact was established by
a practical test that she is capable
of all that her designer, Lewis Nix
on, claimed for her, and is the queen
of the world's bottleships.
Till! I'Al'llll CAIII.C.
Much interest is taken at Wash
ington in tho question of a Pacific
cable. Seuator Morgan thinks the
United Statu Government, nould
nassonirors describe ex en
tiling as being quiet in the reserva
tiou at present, and gixe it as their
opinion that the Mosquito Govern
ment will be restored to poxver.
When the vessel left Mosquito the
flag which had boon hauled down
hx the Nicaraguaiis had been again
hoisted over the Government build
ings, side by side xvnii mo nag oi
Nicaragua. "Martial law has been
raised, and oxcrxtliiug is again run
niug in its accustomed channel.
Tho American Hue steamer Pans
sustained (XI,0tMi damage by fire
while lying in the repairing dock at
Birkenhead, G. B.
The Ifeichstag committee pass
ed tho Itiisso-German commercial
treaty, Iti to lii.
Louis Kossuth, the Hungarian
patriot, has sulTorcd a relapse and is
A body has been found in the
Seine, supposed to be that of an
American schoolboy named I'M ward
Webster, 1" years old, who disap
peared in Paris on Christ mas ovo
IIIC Tho Karl of Dudley xvas prevent
ed from speaking on the employers'
liability bill at Bermoudsey, by a
hostile element that invaded the
hall ami made two attempts to storm
The bpauish Cabinet quarreled
oxer economic and colonial reforms
and resigned after a stormy sexen
hours' session. The Queen Itegeut
charged Premier Sugasta xvith reeon-
st ruction of the Cabinet. I
Gladstone is seriously ill from the
effects of a chill.
A terrible explosion, said to be the
work of anarchists, happened near
the Chamber of Deputies, Kmne, at
eight o'clock esterdoy evening.
ICight persons including one woman
wore xxouuded, six of xxhoiu are in
In response to a toast at the Lord
Mayor of Loudon s banquet, l-ui
has'sador Bayard of th United
States said he believed that tho
prosperity of Kuglaud and the
United htates was entirely consist
out. A one grows stronger the
other would become n-curcr Tim
lie existing between Luglaud and
the United States is such as existed
between no other two nations on
ill VllsTOM III 1 1 It i -
W. K. Gladstone has leagued the
Premiership of Great Britain Be
fore retiring he mid" a prodigious
npeech oil the interference of the
House of Lords with the work of
the House of Coiiiiiioiik
Lord Hosebery has been selected
as Premier, he having given assur
ances that hu will continue the home
Life la Misery
To many ueople who have the taint ,
of scrofula in their blood. Theago- i
uies caused by the dreadful running
sores and othei manifestations of ,
this disease are beyond description.,
There is no other remedy equal to)
Hood's Sarsaparilla for scrofula, j
salt rheum and every form of blood
disease. ll is reasonably sure to
benefit all who gixe it a fair trial.
Hood's Pills cure all liver ills.
By Jas. V. Morgan.
TO-MORRO W I
By Lowis J. Lovoy.
Al'CTlON SALE OF
Wicker Warefi Matting
TO-MOKKOW. March IT,
A'l I.' O'fl.ofK NODS,
AT MY SiVI-iISSR.OOIul
I III! I .Ml VI I'' 10 II Vl'l U"N
A M'M 111.11 UK
Nickel Bound Show Gases,
Cushion Tire Bicycle
IN (ionll Oltllrli.
1 Billiard Table, Etc., Etc,
lis I ll
pYullllUt UP Mil. M. It. Oil.Ul'IIN,
1 mil nir-ii:iiit tn tin. pruvl-iniis of
I'lllllllcr II, M'silll 1,'IWn llf IsllJ, I will -ill
Ii) ! ililii Am lion, for iiit'imiit of vvliiini It
nut) cuiirnrii, nl my Nile-room, inline
strt'it. Honolulu, mi nATlUIH X , Miin'h
.'I, s'l, III I J ll'lMI k IIOIIII, lll HolM,
formtirlv tli iri,.-rty nf V ( Xrhi.ilii
(null tin v iik l''ii mieli' hv -ii'il Aelii In
ins iililiiiiiuM- uii'lcr llii T.ivi- iti-. ol tlie
llfore-lll t "tlltlltl'
J I Mnlti.AV,
Iloiioliiln Mirrhii Is'll ' . lit
FOR ONE MONTH ONLY
SALE OF FURNITURE
VIN(i KAT & CO..
rhesf wc! (iffcr von at h.in
The staiulartl scale in the
United Stales is the Fairbanks.
The government uses them in
all of its wcp'liinir and so favor-
, ably are they known that peo
ple look with suspicion upon
anyihiiiLT weighed on any other
scale. Vt have recently added
to our stock a number of them
suitable for use in stores or
mills. There is no second j
quality in a Fairbanks and
when you ,'et one it will l.it
forever without repairs.
We have a lare assortment
of very handsome Call Hells
which we olfer at low prices.
This includes the plain din-a-w
a lint' sort and the kind
that sounds iust as if it had
an electric battery at one end;
MOMjAi, March l.ltli, njckle or silver plated as your
at in i.ot'K a. m., ! tastes run and the price won't
hurt you no matter which you
Thearticles mentioned above
are for use in the home and
store rather than on the plan
tation or cattle ranch. For
either of the latter places a
fence is as necessary as the
land itself, and when you are
buying an article like a lence,
something which under ordi
nary circumstances must be re
paired from time to time, it
might be well to buy the kind
that is constructed on a plan
that reduces the wear and tear
to a minimum. We have no
recollection of ever seeing or
hearing of one that embodies
as many really good points as :
the lones Locked. Its cheap
ness is not the only thing that
commends it to the public.
Its construction is such that
cattle may try as hard as they
like they cannot break it down.
The wires will not sag, so that
there is practically no repair
ing to be uone. I lie growing
and llotel StB., .... Honolulu, H. 1.
The Drug Business heretofore carried by
lister it Co.
name of the
lias, been incorporated under the
Hollister Drug Co, L'd.
Having the largcM and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared to off ir our customers
the In"! good at the lowest price-..
1 will srll ut I'lililln Ailillon, ut iiiv H.ilf
ruoins, a Variety of
Wicker & Rattan, Chairs,
Lounges & Matting,
II.iiiiiiKimI on vovokii of lmK)rtHtluii, fx
lii-rmuii Imrk '(iiilvilnii," from
tm- rr.UMs cash
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
5S3 TTort. Stpat, "Honolulu, H. I.
I'. O 1I0X 1T-J
SATURDAY, MARCH 17, 1894
II V TIIK
IMPOKTIIH AND DEAMUt IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Fresh California Roll Butter and Island Butter
VT ALWAYS ON HAND Jfl
New Guods Received by Cvery Steamer from San Francisco.
All Order- fuitlifiilly titti'inl to. natifiution Knariiiitfc.l. l-luml Oriltirv
iiinl i.ii'kcil vvitli caru
Lincoln Hlock, Kino Stiii.lt, 11kt. Tout and Alakua Stiilcts.
run riu: iikski'it or
Mrs. James Kaubane and Family and
Horn u:u:i nosKft
- V. O. MUX (7
! 1111 III III U)
Wholesale & ltdail Grocers
I hi in i ii Kim iiinl III ilii'l Ir.-i i
llllir ii nw I in in ol I im mi I
At l.i i l.lt I'llli'l'f- lliuii iiv. r
hufi W ir.liolii
lliuii 'In' Im'U i't nviir
OllllfH.1 in lloiioliiln.
VINO PA I . '
"The Haunted House" Farce,
Ktf Mush'liv tin' I' h. i'lnirsili I'IiMii
ii.iliiu's II.iikI mul lliu lliivviilimi Ijiiihti't
CURTAIN KISKS AT 8 O'CLOCK S1IAKF.
i IW II"' I1 mi oiivii tit Uil J. Ivii)'h
oIIk'h nt do cluck Wmfiicfilfiy mnriiliij! mul
llisn iiflm until lliw ilittv. VaU-Gt
I', o IliiX II&
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
Fresh Goods by Every California Stcamor.
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convincing; uioof that it is dos- , -
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methods of building wire lima;
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reach of every one o n ins
each for stet 1 wire stays to
take the j1.u.c of .i post that
costs io cents or more is .in
item lor your i.onsuh ration.
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Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
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