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WHAT'S IK TO-DAY'S PAPER.
TJie Only Attertintive.
A Lame Reply. Editorial.
Let Us Have Hiunliiy Hand Concerts:, ty
To fao n Karcc, by "A True-born Ameri
Power of the League, by "Knlr lli ." -Corr.
Iucal and General Item.
Caught Thief Kcnies.
Tuc llcuutlful llhlue.
l'nrcwull Of Tlic Ailtniral.
Special Saturday Dinner.
Sons of St. (ieorge Sueiul.
For HI- Athletic Club.
Morning Star Arrive'.
The Atnorlcau Language.
Slu jDnihi Bulletin.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
litit Kitablithrd for the Uenefit of All.
FKIDAY, MAKCI1 23, 18JU.
That letter from Minister Willis
to tlio Provisional Government was
kept secret n long while for a docu
ment of such great importance as it
was assumed to ho by the Councils.
It was burdened with uo news at it
date, and any information it bears
now is too minute for a mierocope.
Who ever thought that the Minister
would continue intervention in bo
half of restoration while the whole
question was pending in Congress!
Yet the fact still remains that the
United States Government's final
answer to IJiiecn Liliuokalaui's ap
peal and protest Is still awaited.
It will have been seon, by our re
port of the meeting of Councils yes
terday, that the Government mildly
repudiated the editorial in the Star,
propounding tho policy of dis
franchising tho native ilawaiians,
which was commented on by tis tho
same day. Under annexation every
body knows that the Ilawaiians
could only bo disfranchised with
everybody else by a carpetbag gov
ernment such as the Provisional
Government commissioners said in
the United Slates was wanted. The
Star has now put itself on record as
the advocate of that disgraceful and
by the Government apparently
discarded scheme for the utter de
gradation of Hawaii.
One of the most significant hap
penings in yesterday's Councils
meeting was the withdrawal of the
Chiueso restriction bill which lirt't
been introduced as a ministerial
measure. Although It originated
under pressure of agitation by the
American League, the particular
spokesman of the League, I). 11.
Smith, joined with John Emmeluth,
an oldtime anti-Asiatic agitator, in
meekly capitulating to the para
mount interests of our "main indus
try." If the Provisional Govern
ment had only taken the sound ad
vice, given to it from within and
without early in its career, to avoid
all general legislation not absolutely
required by the conditions of its be
ing, it would have boon saved the
consequences of many a blunder and
A LAME REPLY.
In an attempt to auswer the New
York Pout, the Star says.
Tho inomeut it heard of tho an
nexation movement it declared, in its
rt cathedra way, that the sugar men,
led by Clans SprcckoU, had inspired
the new departure in the bono of
getting the bounty, and it held to
that absurd idea until Sprockets
himself camu out for restoration. It
did no good to inform the Post
meanwhile that the sugar men, if
they wanted the bounty badly
enough to fight for it, would have
begun the battle when the political
signs were right in America, and not
after an election which had been
won by a party that was opposed to
the bounty altogether. Against the
impregnable logic of this rejoinder
the Post merely set Its dogged bouu
ty assertion, and would be doing so
yet, we think, had it not been for
the course taken by the Sugar King
What the Star says tho sugar men
would have done if they wonted the
bounty badly, ih just what thoy did
do, They "began tho battle when
the political signs were right iu
America." Mr. Thurston visited
Washington before the opening of
the Legislature of 181)2 to sound
Harrison's administration on the
subject. He found the prospects
favorable there and returning homo
was one of tho leaders in promoting
a state of confusion in the Hawaiian
Legislature tending to make self
government seem impossible to be
maintained. Minister Stevens' des
patches to his Govornmeut long be
fore the revolution, together with
his irrepressible eagerness, shown in
utterances here, to throw discredit
on tho government of Hawaii, prove
the existence of a "bait In" begun on
two sides against Hawaiian inde
pendence. When Admiral Skerrett
was detailed to the command of the
Pacific station ho called at tho Navy
Department to see Secretary Tracy,
to ask him if ho had any final in
structions. The Secretary said he
hud no Instructions to give him.
He (the Admiral) would go there
and perform his duty, aud every
thing would bo satisfactory. Ad
miral Skerrett remarked: "Mr. Tracy,
I want to ask you about thoso Ha
waiian affairs. When 1 was out there
twenty years ago I had frequoul
conversations with the Ihon United
States Minister, Mr. Pierce, on the
subject of the islands. 1 was told
then that the United States Gov
ernment did not wish to annex tho
islands of Hawaii." Secretary Tracy
replied: "Commodore, the wishes
of the Government have changed.
They will be very glad to annex
Hawaii." There is not the least
doubt that the annexationists at tliif
end had been made well acquainted
with this new policy of the United
Slates Government, only they could
not attempt to force the opportu
nity for action on their own part
without spoiling the game. If the
revolutionists had not been led to
believe that President Harrison's
administration would carry their
scheme out, tho opportunity when
it arrived with tho American forces
tendered notwithstanding would I
have passed unimproved. The
Star knows belter than the non
sense it gives forth about tho
choice of time, and it is a won
der it insults its readers by tacitly
presuming that they are unintelli
gent. Tho battle was begun before
Cleveland's election mid its motive
on this side was the sugar bounty
aud nothing else. Shortly before
that motive appeared in view Mr.
Thurston, who after Its appearance
Is found intriguing iu Washington
against his country's independence,
loudly proclaimed himself the
champion of Hawaiian Independ
ence aud offered historical proof
for the assurance to Ilawaiians
that the United States was the chief
protector of the integrity of the Ha
waiian nation. There has never
Immhi olTered, moreover, a bit of evi
dence that President Cleelaud
wovld not favor annexation if it
came before him on terms honor
able to the United States. What
did these people who wanted the
bounty know about Cleveland's
views, if he had any, on the ques
tion? Nothing. At all events, the
manner of tho raid on Washington
of tho annexation couimissiouori
proved that they figured on getting
the scheme through without regard
to the result of the then past presi
dential election. With regard to
(he bounty itself, it was not known
when the "battle" in question began
that Cleveland would triumph aud
the bounty be thus endangered, and
besides there was a strong impres
sion both here and in America that
the bounty could not be disturbed
till its period had expired.
Lot U Havo tiuuduy Band Concert.
So the members of the Central
Union Sa , I mean church, have
petitioned against Sunday baud con
certs. Well, that is rich, very rich.
Thoy object to tho class of music
that would be played. Now wouldn't
it be better for them to look at homo
first. Any Sunday you go to the
Central Union Church, you will hear
all kinds of popular street music
hushed up as organ voluntaries and
sang as anthems. You can imagine
without very little trouble that you
are iu a concert hall, especially when
the girl fiddlers are there. Hy all
means let us havo tho Sunday baud
concerts, tho public demands them.
As to theSpclitiou from the Y. M. C.
A., it is signed only by u lot of kids,
so iu not worth noticing. Suuday,
April 1st, would Im a good day to
commence theMt concerts and so
fool these impertinent petitioners.
A severe rheumatic puiu in tho left
shoulder had troubled Mr. J. II.
Loper, a well known druggist of Des
Moines, Iowa, for over six months.
At times the pain was so severe that
he could not lift anything. With
all he could do ho could not get rid
of it until he npplied Chamberlain's
Pain Halm. "1 only made three ap
plications of it," ho says, "and have
since been free from all pain." Ho
now recommends it to persons mini
larly alllicted. It is for sale by nil
dealers, lienson, Smith K Co., ngeutt
for the Hawaiian islands.
SONS OF ST. GEORGE
Monday Evening, March 24,
AT h O'CLOCK.
Admitting I. inly nii.l Uuiitlmiiiiu.
HAWAIIAN JOOKEY CLUJL
''pill: ANNUAL MLKTINd OK 'I 111,
L MciiiIhti of tint II u tiux Jin Kr.
1'un will ! li.M im .MONDAY KVI-.N-
IMI, Ap'll .', Ir'll, in Tl.KinVloi'k.ul tin
pAI'TAIS WIII.IAM DAVIKS. roll
J til .iiit Itti'lvt- ymr In niniiiiiillil ol
IntiT-Miiml Mi-iimuM, Dllum lil utvIcux iik
Hint to uny purl ur liiinllnu In tint
Hawaiian lilnmls, Item nt rufiircnctx.
Imitilrv t nlllce of J. H. W'.lkcr, over
Hreolfli' Hank, Kurt ilrvrl, W7-tf
To Be a Farco.
Electing delegates to a convention
under present tactics is a hollow
fraud. Try tho Australian system,
aud lot tho would-be members cotno
out and speak before their consti
tuents and see if I hey command their
confidence. A, tilings aro going, wo
are likely to ?, a brilliant farce.
Hut there is one comfort left and
that i, the American peoplo will
never bo gulled by this election,
lust pause and think: Ilawaiians are
compelled to take a cast-iron oath
agamsl the "onarchy, and swear al
logianeo to Tophet, before being al
lowed to vote in their own country
aud this act was drawn up by rnon
who are constantly boasting of
American principles and liberty.
The late Gravoscud election was tho
most rotten over brought, to light,
and the P.O. is about to imitate it.
The following is from an interview
with Senator fchorman, published by
the Cincinnati Enquirer, aud gives
room for much thought on packed
"'1 am in favor of putting under
tho Civil Service.' said Senator Sher
man, 'every Federal otllcc-holder ex
cept thoo who are to be elected.'"
"Are you not also i:i favor of tho
elect Kin of United Stales Senators?'
"'Yes, by the people, but not bv
State Legislatures. The abuse of
nominating conventions has become
very great. Nobody is paid to go to
them; they are not representative of
an thing. The people could elect
their United Stales Senators over
the choice of conventions. Look
(here In my district of Ohio; Mr.
Harter is going to resign at the
threshold of his career and move to
Philadelphia. I know what nils him.
Ho has failed to satisfy his office
seekers.' " '
A Tiu'Eiionx Ajikiiicax.
Lifo Is Miaory
To many people who have tho taint
of scrofula in (heir blood. The ago-i
uies caused by tho dreadful running I
' sores and other manifestations of .
this disease aro beyond description. !
There is no other remedy equal to '
Hood's Sarsapnrilla for scrofula. '
alt rheum and every form of blood !
1 discao. It is reasonably sure to ,
iMHiellt nit who give it a fair trial.
I Hood's Pills cure all liver ills. I
We have just received sm
other cargo of liny and Grain
by the "Irnigurd," personally
selected hy our msinsigcr in
Cnliforniii ; and as we buy
the best, si won! lo the wise
is sulHcient. l'roinpt delivery.
California Feed Co.
Orpin-: : Corner Queen
and Niiuanu stivetK. Both
Waki-:hoi;s!-: : King Htreet
near O. U. fc L. Co.'n Depot.
Both Telephones 515.
-iIIVKN TO -
Tb Colored Locsl Instiuclor ol tho H
Saturday Evening, Mnrch 23,
Beretania Street Armory.
MUSIC BY THE QUINTET OLUB.
Tickets, - - 50c. & SI.
lloorx mien nt 7:30. IVrformaiicc
coiiiiiirlirei nt i M. li-tll-'Jt
JLTLTOIX - HALL.
LAST DAYS I IM WEEK !
Saturday, March 24th,
LAST DAY I
THE - GREAT - HISTORICAL,
-- IMi -
Mechanical Clock ol America!
Tin- (irentfut tiuluiultir ninl Arllntlo
Achievement ul ilio Nino
Grainl Procession of Hie Presidents ol Ihe
Uulltd Stales Every Quarter Hour.
Intrlciite .Mneli'iilrn' Movement livery
Ojkii iltilly (eicept Wtilim'iluy oviilllilKl.
(ruin -J to b v. i, uml 7 to iu r u,
Ailliilatlnu. Z'm.: i'lre Tli'ketn, tt,
Clildruli, llu. U-iw
Power of the League.
Tho American League proposed
Mr. D. IL Smith for tho vacancy in
tho Advisory Council. Tho Adver
tiser, as representing tho missionary
faction, kicked, but tho Americau
League carried their point. Now,
tho Americau League demand Sun
day coucorts. Tho Advertiser clique,
kuowintr thoy cannot and daro not
I run counter to the League, suavely
supports too measure, when ono ana
all of their clique are against it iu
their hearts. What a humiliating
position for Stevens best citizens to
lie placed iul Go ahead, League,
von h.nve tint tinwnr. noe it. WilY
' al.r1,l tl I li.. .liii.irinsll l.tinitltn Itn
represented in some of the higher
olllco.it What Is to hiuder Mr. T.
H. Murrar from beimr promoted?
I He has tho ability, also is a man of
i the highest integrity. The Ameri
can League is the backbone of tho
P. G., aud should Ifhvo fair repre
sentation. Perhaps thoy have good
material for Attorney Geuoral, Mar
shal, etc. Timo Hies.
i For seven yeaw or more Mrs. W.
I TV t.iiiuliir. nf Oninnr. Kv.. urn unit.
. - - - -...--,-..,,., ..- '
eel to sovore attacks oi cramp colic.
Air. S. It. Morse, a druggist of that
place, recommended Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera flnuDinrrli(ca Jtetn
edy, which has effected a permanent
cure, savinir her much sulTorinir be
sides tho trouble aud oxpeuso of
sending for a doctor, which was
often necessary. For salo by all '
dealers. Bousou, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho Hawaiian Islands.
By Jaa. F. Morgan.
BY OIIDKIl 01' MIL M. it. COLIIt'UN.
nn i pursuant to the provision of
Ciiiiiilerlt, Session Lff nf 'tl, I will rll
by 1'iiblin Auction, for re-count of whom It
niuy concern, at my Saleroom, Ouron
street. Honolulu, on SATllllllAY, March
.'I, l-ltl, al 12 oV'iH'k noon. Osi: llotw.,
formerly tin) property of W. 0. Arid: de
fault hiiv-ng been made by iuid Acbi in
lilt obligation under the pruvlVon oi the
JAK. V. MOltOAN,
Honolulu. Mnrcli V, IMJI. U77-t.1t
AUCTION SAMS OF
On TUESDAY, Mnrch 27th,
AT IJ O'CLOCK NOON,
AT MY SAI-iHJ3rtOO"uI
I WILL fill, I. AT ri'HMC AITTIOK
Shares of Stock, as follows:
PepeeXeo Sogir Co.,
Hawaiian Agricultural Co.,
Hawaiian Sugar Co. (Makawell),
Adder's Steamship Co.,
Honomu Sugar Co.,
Paukaa Sugar Co.,
Kanaka Sugar Co.,
Oohla Sugar Co.
Jo.b. F Morn an,
I llyunli-ruf Mn. OLD. K. IIOAitD.MAN, I
Mill ki-ll ut i'nlillii Auction, ul my
i Hulurixtni, (Jut-en xtreut,
0n TUESDAY, March 27,
I AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
Tbe Following City Residences:
KliSlDlCNCE ON COKNISH OF
WILDEIt AVENUE AND KA-
Imj fort o'l Wililur Avomitj ami lift feet
on Kiiitnitiil xtn-i't. l.uri;" 1'arlur, Dlnl' k
mum, Tw llfilronnm, Until ninl Hlure
Itoom. I'untry, Kitchen, Out Htablun, vtr.
Uiiiii in htronglv tiuilt unci in mou.I rujalr,
Lxcullt'iit vlim of tliu city uml eu.
l'UISMISES ON BEUETANIA
. AiljntnliiR the rexlilence of Mr. 1'etrli; 81
leet on lleretinlu xtrrct l.arj;e I'urliir,
Tuo l'rnnt Iteilriioiii", Two tiiaro Meil
ruoim), DiiiiliKruoni, Kllclien, llatliroiim.
Hervnnt-.' Quartern, etc., tuc. ilenta fur $.'."i
i PHEM1SES ON KINAUSTHEET,
At nrosi'iit iicriiiilcil bv Win. Wncnor.
I !' runtime of Ml feet on KtnntihtrvPt. Ituibl-
iii); in uooit rttpalr. tontuini l.urim t'arlor
iiml liTnlnuruiiin, Tu l.nru llcilrooiim,
I'ltutry, KitLlntn, Until, Binlile nii.l Cnrriiim
HuiiMt. IteiitM for Ti') ior inontli.
IA. Tliu nliovo nil Drsiriililo City I C '!
iIciiccm, ut iiri'Mint uniler rental, oiler 11
very lslruljo fluinco for Involinent or tlio
iuu-lniMi of mi Improved rcslilenci'.
1. I'linlier iiartleuliim enn lie Iiml of
Jets. F. Jorgeixi,
AI'I'LY AT ONOK.
TAT. S. LUCE.
Saturday, March 17, ISU'4.
While the news received by
the "Alameda" may not be
favorable to the sugar planters
and consequently to every
resident of the Hawaiian Iul
ands it is not of a character
that should cause serious
alarm. After calm consider.!
tion it is difficult to find where
in the sugar planter will be
worse off after the treaty is
discontinued than he has been
since the MeKinley Hill became
a law. When the duty was
taken off sugar in the United
States the price of that article
dropped out of sight and our
planters received a blow by
being placed on the same level
as those in other foreign coun
tries; the putting on of a duty
and the abrogation of the treaty
with Hawaii does not alter their
position in any respect provid
ed the price of sugar advances
to the extent of the duty.
It is probable that the cost
of producing sugar in Cuba
does not differ materially from
that of this country, and there is
no way that it can be reduced.
It is reasonable to believe that
if the price of an article is re
duced by abolishing a tariff,
the opposite must be the re
suit if one is imposed.
For months the people here
have understood that the dot)
would be imposed and the
bounty discontinued. Some
people considered the prob
abilities ol the discontinuance
of the treaty, but a majoiity of
them did not, they looked onl)
at the "duty on" and contem
plated the profits with the
treaty still iu force. To those
people the news by the Ala
meda had the most depressing
The question will Ik .'isked,
"If it is in the power of the
trust to advance the price of
sugar, after the duty is impos
ed, why has it not done so
since the passage of the Mc
Kinley bill?" There are several
answers to the question but
one, perhaps, will .suffice. The
trust, while not posing as a
benevolent institution, may be
considered an American one,
and will naturally protect
American industries when its
purse is not touched. Ger
many comes next to the United
States in its sugar production,
and its planters are subsidized
as are those of the United
States; the low price of sugar
made it undesirable for foreign
producers to compete. If one
Congress saw fit not to protect
its planters 'through the tariff,
the trust, which must be consid
ered an interested party, did so
by manipulating prices. Under
the Wilson bill with the Senate
changes the American planter
is protected to a certain ex
tent, but the bent uts he will
derive will not be equal to
those under the McKinley
bounty clause. If the trust
kept the price down to benefit
the American producer, the in
crease of a cent a pound on
the foreign product will place
him in the same position as
under the McKinley law. If
the present low price is main
tained the Louibi.tn.i plantci
suffers, because he is out two
cents a pound bounty and he
gets no more for his product,
liut the tariff laws of the
United States will have no ef
fect upon an article like the
Jones Fence. Its quali.y will
be maintained and every con
sumer will be as well satisfied
as Mr. Monsnrr.it, who says:
KAI'U'U II IM II,
Kl , II III Ml.
Mil. V.. It. IIkmhiy. Mmi.ii;er lluu uuin
llnrchvarc Co., lloimliil:i.
Hair .Sir -
I liiivn jut 1'iiiniiiet l -uuin three miles
of lliu '.ioiiui. Lo I; I'Vncc" uml mnt .i
tint lain V"r iniiuli pleu-ei ulih it, iii
fact It U tin (euro fur n rtuieli. I li el ii'miiii
II lilllelocoilKirilcl over "i.ltnieioe," where
It uiit near linioihu to i;1'1 ' ,,y ilxwn
uml fi'ijml. in tlil cac ii.eem.l. tliu
Jones l' lien uitNii (mil s.iviiiKof luliur.
There lire ilurc In , IiIh fence uheri. the
pints urn III Iii 1st 7 i feet iii,irl, the -i.lci. he
twecn lllleil In with -til). There is no sat;
to it illlil It I- Us spi'iiK) Hsu wlro miilties.,
lam conll. lent tti.i- it n III turn ui.lumry
I have sonie m uml u half miles m re
to construct over u coiinnj when- ill
cattle, urn very in if n . uml' a s.iun a- ii
hai lilelcrnunc the li -I I here will uilte
on further. Kit will i.iru the slock .in
tills iiirl of the luml, ami inn coi'li.l. nt
it will, oii ciii r st us me ihiu a il,
turn most anjtliuii; e, ,.j,i n juva linn.
Yr tinlj wnirs,
j Hawaiian Hardware) ()o., Io
0irtiilM ricrcukelh' lllo in,
307 FOKT STRICT.
TFHP1 T m ITAQUIfl&i
I Hifir Lt Ur rAoHIIM
Oorner Fort Se
I BEG TO IXFOKM MY CUSTOMERS
THAT I WILL HOLD
EVERY WEEK DURING THE MONTH OF MARCH.
: BIG Eft9DIENTS t
Will be offeivd to the Public and it will pay you to trade at
the "TEMPLE OF PASllIOX."
... I AM OFFEKIXO NOW ....
For Friday and Saturday Only,
Boys' Cambric and Flaneite Waists
Elegant Assortment or Colors at 20 Cents Eaeh.
.Iii-t Reeoived by hint "Australia" a Large Steele of
To be sold for ovi-: wi:i:k o.vi.y at I0e., I2.e , 1-Je. and IGAc.
ury:ird. Cfcods worth 'Joe. a yard.
250 PIECES . ,
III 10-yard lengths, reduced from $1.00 to 7." eenU.
Corner Fort and flotol Sts., .... Honolnln, H. I.
I'he Ding Business heretofore carried by IIol-
lister &. Co. has been
inline of the .
ister Drug Co, L'd.
Having the largest and most complete stock in
our line, we are prepared to offer our ctibtomers
the best goods at the lowest prices.
HOLLISTER DRUG CO.,
F5F1 TPovt Rt.rpcit, TTotioI ulu. H. T.
National Cane Shredder
i'ATi:s"n:i) uvdkii tiih laws ov tiii: Hawaiian islands.
" ry Jr-l
'PIIK IINDKUSKiNKl) 1IAVK IIKKN AI'I'OINTKD HOl.K AOKNTS FOIt
ilii'M- Siiiii;iiiikiih iiml urn now pit p.ncd in ri'ci'ivo ordi-.
'I'lui trriMt iiilxniiiiiu'fN to In- ili-rivi-i! fimu the iiso (,t ilt Natiunai. Cask
Siiiii.iiih.ii uiu ilinri.iifc'lily eslulilislieil uml in-knuwli il. ii liv IMiiiiUth
Tlic litr.'o iitiiitlMr of ri.iiitriK tisitiK t lii-iit in the lliiileil Stiiti-H, Utilm,
lK"Hliitf Itiiptililic, I'll ii, Aiisir.ill.i anil ilsuwliein, Im'.ii witnesn to tliu
Tli iiMMif tliu Siiui:iiiir.ii viry larguly aiiKiiifiiti. tliu (iintntilv of ounu
tin null i-itii Kriml (2.ri t.. U) ,), ,tls.. n L. cMr.iiiiiin'df jniui' (fi in 1,).
II if ii ;ii'ut riiifrii.iril, iiiuliii'i; kni.wii ut (ineo tlic pricunco nf tiny
pii't'i's nf irntt, HUikcn from vnt, m .iiiyllnit ulii-h wnnltl )U liulilu tu (Iuiihiku
tlio mill, uml .illiiwinn iiniili tinin n, ri'iuuvu Hum- lufmi' il.iin.iKiim tint mill.
Tim SiiuiaiiiKU th vi-rv rtn.iih mmlc, uml imm tin., milliner nf iiMipcru
liiin it mitt ur U-.irc lln-i' pifii's ul tvi nl ur nun wiilnint ofti'li liri'iikuin t'1"
Siini:iiin:ii , ,m.l if unyiliin lirt.il;., it j. simply shine nf tin. knit ir or cuilur,
wliiilt cut Im ipiiukly uml v, . miiniiMlly n'pliuc.l. ll.f SiuiKitiiKit, uk iu
it. inm imlituii'n, tf.ir- tin- nun' into sl.icils of v.nvinu 1imh;i1i, piuffitly npmi
iiij; it uml iilliivMtii; (he uiill to ilininiilily prcre nut Hit' jiiil'1'8 without It'
'liinin ihr iiiiinuiiMj ivtru piiwi-r iii'i"i,ury In giiml m unuli lliu wliuli
r.iii.'. 'I'ltf Siu,i.i)ii.t cpri'iiils lln sli.,,1,1, , ,.,, iiiiifiirmly iiml uvi'iily to
tin- mill mils, uml iim., mvuy with tin mi'issily nf fMiiilinn llm Iih(;iimi hy
liiinil In iwi-. tt ilu- mills, whi't-H ii miniliiij; t m u.n. No urt'iiirr itmuiint rif
hntl'i- imiui'i is ii-.itii.. iii .im.iI tin- Siiin:ii)i:it thiiii lluu tvhtuli Wiu
uilii-icni I.. i tiii- mill, fui ilu ui.nu' ii'UM.iis. i. fnriiihh full ut.irktii:
ilmwiiij;. mi tin-iiisiiiliutiiiu nt nor Mini. iiiu;tth, emililinn iiny I'lnipi'tiitil uif
Kllli it In Mil ir.sftilly sull llllli i-t.tlt llll-lll.
III niilillnj; SlIitKlilil Ith Iiiiiii us, jili-itsi' ninl Miutll rki'U'll, nlmwili).' llH
iliiimitii .mil u ulih (li ihi' mill mils with whii-li Siiiii:iiki' in toliniiiiiuicicd,
.iim llu suli (i-uhi-r tiKlii nr hit li.m.l ,th you f.ti'f t - mlivrry Mill- nf lliu
null), ii'iih wlinh ihu null riiiin i. lni'iiiiii, iilso ilu lu'lit fmiii ilniir lino
In ii lilt I nf Iim.iI mil) Hill sllild, .111(1 illMiHHC I'i'llll'l Ihlrt r.ift lo flout Will
ill li'tl iliiii'. I hen Siiiii:iiin;i(h mi' now In in ui'ii hy tliu llilo .Sujiui Co.
itiil ll.twi Mill, IChiilu, whore limy uiu nivimt unul niilinf.iriiiiii.
(.tf 1'iinh uml furihui p.trlii'iil.dK niuy In' Iiml hy 'iiilym to
incorporated tinder the
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IRWIN & CO., L'd.,
bvU Avntti for Ih, llaundan il.injj,