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National Cane Shredder
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'PKE UNDERSIGNED HAVE BEEN Al'i'OlNTED SOLE AGENTS FOK
theso Biihbiidkuh auil arc now p-renamd to ri'celvo orders.
The great advantages to be derived (rum the use of the National Oank
BMhkddkr are thoroughly established and acknowledged by Planters
The largo numbor of Planters using them in the United States, Cuba,
Argentine Republic, Peru, Australia and elsewhere, bear witness to the
The uso of the Shukdueu very largely augments the quantity of cane
the mill can grind (125 to 60), also the oztractlun of juice (5 to 12).
It is a great safeguard, making known at ouco tlio presence of any
pieces of iron, slakes from cars, or anything which would be liable to damage
the mill, and allowing amplo time to remove same before damaging the mill.
ilia HiihkuijKu is very strongly made, and from the manner ol its opera
ttou it outs or tears theso pieces of wood or iron without ofteu breaking the
Shheudkr ; and if anything breaks, it i simply some of the knives or cutters,
which cau be quickly and economically replaced. The Hiihkddkk, as its
name indicates, tears the cane into Bhrrds of varying lengths, perfectly open
ing it and allowing the mill to thoroughly press out the juices without re
quiring the immense extra powor necessary to grind or crush tho whole
cane. Tho Shrkddkh spreads the shredded cane uniformly and evenly to
the mill rolls, and does away with the nececsity of spreading the bagaose by
band between the mills, where regriudiug is in use. No greater amount of
boiler capacity is required to operate tho Smukuukr than that which wat
sufficient for the mill, for tho above reasons. Wo furnish full working
drawings for the installation of our Hiikkddkkh, enabling any compeleut en
gincer to successfully install and start them.
In ordering Sukkdukkh from us, please scud -.mall sketch, showing tin
diameter and width of the mill rolls with which Hhukuijku is to bo connected,
also the sido (cither right or left hand as you faco tho delivery sido of the
mill;, upon which the mill engine is located, also the height from iloor linn
to center of front mill roll shaft, and dintauce center thin shaft to front cud
of bed plate. These SukWDUKKb are now being Used by the Ililo Sugar Co.
uJ Haw I Mill, Kohala, whore thoy arc giving great satisfaction.
gjW Price, and further particular may bo had by applying to
WM. Q IRWIN & CO., L'd..
ti 1 1 thU Aoenlj for IV llnvatinn hlmui.
IMJ'OHTEK AND D KALE 11 IN
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and PEED.
Presb California Roll Butter and Island Batter
&T ALWAYS ON HAND J
X&i Goods Received by Rverj Steamer trom San Francisco
CV All OMatt faithfully attend to. tiatifnctlou guarnuusMt. Iln.l On1r
iiioU1 ud paekod with car.
LiKCOut Block, Kino Struct, Bkt. Port and Alack Struct.
Prefh Good by Every California Steamer.
ICE . HOUSE - GOODS - A - SPECIALTY
(aLAMDH OunikS SoUOlTEI). O fJtT SATISfAOTION UUARANTKU).
II. E. MolNTYKE & BRO.,
IMPOBTtRfl AND bKALMS IK
Groceries, - Provisions - and - Feed.
New xJ HeoolTrd by Kvery i'arkst from the Kalru btaUrs anU Kurnpr.
KKKSH CALIFORNIA - PRODUCE - BY EVERY STEAMER
all OnWr faithfully attended to aud GikvW IMlTered ui m
Hart of ths t'ity KKKK.
taUkNii Okiikiw Souoitkd.
J. J. EGAN
S 14 Fort Streist
ALWAYS ON HANI) THK
Latest Styles in Millinery
-THK LATKrJT IN -
White asd Colored Worsted Goods
THK MOST COMPLBTK HTOOK OK
DRY : C900DS,
IN TUB CITY
DresiiaiklDg Done by Mrs. Rentier.
Agent to Take Acknowledgments
- WILL ATTKNH TO
Management and Sale ol Propuny
Collecting in All Its Branches.
Officii No. 42 Merchant ritrent.
LAKE COUNTY. IAI.
"Tbe Switzerland of America.'
Su'pbur, Magnesli, Soda and Iron Spring,
Hot Sulphur Batbi.
C, I'hyxh'laus recommend theie Wa
Wirii lor Liver and Kidney !)! IUimh
initio and lllood Troubles,
0e4 aootlag hi PUuing.
Ttnu: 110 lo III par Wk.
' For filllhsf loformatlou, aiijily to
lu, OjUUwtuia Uotol, I.
UK fHK HAW tit Aft lHI.4Nli
P 0 BHX 171
P O. IKIX art
& Retail Grace
& Naval Supplies
-1'. 0. IIOX Hi
SMI KIM HTKKK'I'H.
Corner Hotsl & tluuano 8treta,
Family Wines and Brandies
SJ3 Years Old
JB3. N. IE3QTJl,
I (KM I MANAOKH fiiu
WM. DA VIES,
Rigger & Stevedore,
aWIMATKB ANU OO.NTHArTH ."
ALL KINDH OK WOKK
Will run (fuiilhrly dftwi-rn Hun Hirtand
Wnlulim Kauullmiul. Moknlula, Kiawe
mil ami I'llillkl on the Islaml of OhIki.
Kor KrniKlit. i'Ui., apply to the Captain.
over Hureckels' Hunk Fort street. H57-U
OEYLON TBA AND JEWELKY.
I lll'.O 10 INKOItM THK I'UIII.K
1 that I hiiveiiifued my htore at No. 1".
Nililttiui street with Ceylon .Manufactured
Jewelry set with Kilhles Kapphlres, IVs.rU,
elu, Just riculvcd some i'urnlVyloii'l'ea
try It Al.to, liuilau Hahaiia and Diiimhi
CLiais Am uiapMitlou of my stock Is soil
cited. W. J. WAIIIlIb,
H V , oM Nuuauu U4t.
Oahu Railway fi Lied Co.
OKKKK8 THK PUBLIC
Another Great Opportunity
To Secure Houm In On ot tta Moat
Delightful Localltlaa to b
roud in th Paradu.
of th. Pacinc.
A bealthy rvrort t'carl Olty nsit
i already entabllsbed an enviable reputation.
Many good eltltens In this community
havo oxporlnnced the wonderful oUVct pro
duced by a few days nojourn In that dry,
cool atmosphere, and give Riateful tstl-
I immy to the relief thoy have almost In
I Mantly gained from lever and long con
i tlntird attack ol asthma, l'hylclsns
acquainted with th cllmalq of l'rart City
i recommend It s natural nanllaritiiu
THE WATER SUPPLY
IS AMPLE !
And ran tn uierfait 10 mot tli- iimm!
a iopiilatluit wjiinl to tbi UrKwui olty In
; I'aor. A. I). Lyon of Ganu (Vlltg Is
i our authority for stathiK that the wutcr
. supply Is the vurt yrt ilcorrril In thin
Special (odQceoenis to Early Settlers:
I Kor ninety tl front data we if 111 cell
! LOTH ON til'KOIAL TB11MH favoralile ti)
I boiia-fide Mttleri. Kor a term of three
i iiionthn from date, lumber and all build-
Ing materials will Ihi mipplled, and itt-llver-ih!
at IVarl Olty at mucli lemur price than
ever bo fore obtalnml.
For further partlculani, call at tlilhoftltr
or on auy of the lumber dealem in thin
city. TIiomi who now own lolnai well an
those who projiOM to become reildruta of
that growliiR city, will do well to emlirari
this opportunity. Thuae who avail them
Felven of thl oiler, within the time named,
will be entitled to, ahd will receive the
For a term of ten yearn, thin Company
will carry mioh realdenU and their famllieti
from IVarl City to Honolulu in the mom.
iiiK arriviiiK a little before rteveu o'clock,
aud frum Honolulu to Pearl City in the
eveulUK (leaving Honolulu sutlon a little
after live o'clock , for ten ctuta each way,
a rate lea than one rent r mile. The
ratei ou all other paftaenger trains rauuhiK
during the day or nlnht will bo lyi cents
lver mile tlrst rlaxH, and 1 writ per mile
A good school In about lo bt iiened In
the l'enlnvula, in the lino, large, new
bchool-houke erected by Mr. J. T. Water-
I Iioiih. Itesldents ltvini; at 1'turl City
I heights, above IVarl City station) and
th(i."e having lioinca on the IVnlnsuhi, will
be allowed to ride free on regular trains
between i'earl City ttations li ami from
Thoie who naut Uiuonilmir Kiauml their
children to school In Honolulu, ran havi
trariHiHirtatlou nu all regular truiun to and
from I'earl City, for the purpose of utleud
ing school, at live ventH encli way for each
' pupil. Thin In eipial Ui '.'I to '.M iiiIIk ride
tor ten ceut.
Equal Indui'euieutK for those de.-liinn to
j secure homes in this country have never
I before liven olTeri'd to the public.
I This Company has been reiuetel from
I abroad to mime the price of ll Oipt ..n
, sold land in that locality.
' flhoulii a clearance sale be made to a
syndicate, no opportunity liki: the present
I would agaiu occur for the purchase of
, homes at i'rsrl (Mty
"A Word to the Wine is
OAHU RAILWAY & LAND CO,
li. K. Ull.LINdllAM,
PANAMA'S QUE AT FIRE.
1 Tho steamer I'rogrejo, which nr
! rived from Panama on Saturday
iOvoninn, says the San ! rancisoo ;
l Chronicle, brought tho particulars '
of tho big firo on Juno 11th, which
nearly destroyed tho town. From i
i all accounts tlio rooorta of tho eon-
tlagration were not exaggerated. Un t
tm coiurnry, tlio story ol uauingo
aud desolation was bill half told.
The fire, like tho great Chicago con
flagration, was caused in a measure
by a woman. Airs. O'Leary'a cow
xtnrtoil llin liin?n in filnVni'n. lull ilin
! cause, so to speak, iu tho Panama
caso was a policeman. Ait oilicor iu
I Panama is looked up to by tlio na
I tives ami he cuts a swell there
among tho women in particular.
The cow kicked over a lamp, but
tho policeuiau only kicked over tho
traces. Ho deserted tlio woman who
lived with him for tho charms of
another in ore fascinating native. Tlio
inhabitants of Panama are a very
superstitious race, believing in
charms aud lovo philters. The
abandoned girl could not got near
enough to her faithless swaiu to ad
minister a lovo potion, so sho pro
ceeded to charm him back to her.
Sho consulted a learned doctor
and was told that if she burned
caudles aud mado offerings her re
creant lover would return. Sho fol
lowed the advice, but although sho i
sacrificed a box of candles she j
watched and waited in vain. Shu
left two caudles burning Juno 11th.
and went up into tho town. Tho
jet from one of tho candles caught
tho bed-clothing and soon tho house
was in flames. Tlio alarm was given,
but there woro no facilities for put
ting out tlio firo, aud tho crowd
which gathered could do nothing
but raise a din and make matters
worse. Tho house was located down
near the beach, iu the quarter of the
poor, whero the dwelliuis are coin-
l posed of wootl aud adobe.
The natives soon found something
else to do besides jabbering about
i the misfortunes of the unfortunate
, and unloved woman. A light breeze
, was blowing from thu ocean, and tho
flames were soou carried on tho
wings of tho wind to all portious of
tho beach quarter. The natives be
came almost frantic. They rushed
into their 1iousb, thu women aud
eliildron huddling together, aud
rushed out again without accom
I lieu the men began to see that
the entire ounrter was bound to u.
They ordeied the women indoors,
mid nil hands were soon busied Tho addition of from i to of Lit
clearing tho dwellings of their bo- col to varnishes does not reduce their
liuik'iiik's. I'ersounl eirocls, liiMlding i lustre nor retard their burdening aud
nutfotlior Articles of household fur- jdryiiiK and it prevents their crnnking
uituro woro thrown out of the doors
aud windows and piled up in heaps
I on llie roadside.
The fire wns discovered nt I o'clock
j iu the afternoon, and by 7 I lint nielli
I at least 150 homes worn iu Haines or
Id nfllittc. 1'liiir.t aiuiniuil t. li.i ,wi
pcnri'd to know what to do. rinally
a (lispntrli wna ont lo Colon to
Mnntur .Mi'chiiiiii' W.ilt of thu Tn-1
iininn Hnilronil Coiiipnuy. llo lin-'
inetllnti'ly ntnrtcd n hpccial train ,
witii n ooU'iii.t'd crow ni'rosH uio
ihtlinin. nrriviiiL' nt I'niiainn aliout
' 10:!) o'clock.
Ily tlint tiiuotlii) poor ounrter o
tlio town liml Ik'cii couiplutulv
tilted. Two bij,' inorcliamlivu atorcn
niul llin polico station lunl liccn
nwnllowcd tip by thu llniuca. The
II io was niK'"h' iiurouly niul mnkiug
tin way townrii tho more prospermia
part ol tlio town.
Thcro nro enid to bo nt lint
(MX) iulinbltniita in I'minmn, but of
this iuiiiiIht very few nro KuropcniiH.
Tlio nutivoit nm aimply poworlcsa
rt 1...1.. lll.t.,l..il.f.j .l.aat.t.a .1... !.
iu iii. fciiviii-i'i na iiiiiiii iiju i.iij- i
KrcdH of tlio lire Watt mw in n i
tnomiMit wlmt liml to bo (lone. Tlio
brct'o was still fnvorablo, for it liml
nut iiicronMtri in force, mid this wn
tlio only tiling Hint Hived tin towu.
Tlio crow of tlio train had boon pro
vided with nxo, and Watt hot thorn
at work cutting down tho Iioiikob
which stood in tho path of tho cou
iln(rntiou. The only chance in tho
world wns to let tho lire burn itself
nut. and thi could only bo done l)
taking away it a fuel. Watt called
on others to nssint him in hi work,
and as soon as a leader wns found
thcro was no trouble getting follow
ers. The ownois of the houses
which were demolished by tho ax
aud pick setup a howl, but no at
tention wns paid to their objections,
and tho work of destruction went on
right and loft until a big gap was
formed between the ll.tuies ami the
The firo did uot die out until the
next morning, aud then it was found
that the loss to property had been
very great. Hot ween 20'0 mid !100
homes had been destroyud and that
number of families made desolate.
Tho authorities, who had been
powerless to act while tho llaiues
were eating into the town, were very
lofty in their oillcial zonl after the
danger had passed, An inquiry was
made, ami tho origin of the lire was
located Tho story of the simple
woman was learned, and nho was
charged with having caused tho fire.
Sho va dragged before a magistrate
lor a Preliminary hearing ami was
treated very roughly When tho
I'rogreso left Panama the unfortun
ate wo'iiau was in prison awaiting
her trial upon what charge sho know
V II NeNon, who N in tho drug
business at Jviugville, Mo., has so
much co u lid on ce iu Chninboi Iain's
Oolio, Cholera and Dinrrhrca Uem
edy thai ho warrants ovory bottle
and olfers io refund money to any
i c-ustoiiior who is not. satislied after
using it. Mr. Nelson takes no risk
iu doing this Itocam-o the remedy is
a certain euro for the diroaso for
i which it is intended ami he knows
, it It is for sale by all dealers, liou-
sou, .Smith .V Co., Agent- fur the
J V. I'hnpmnu caters for Han
iiicU, Hui-ials, I'ritato Dinner far
ties, Wedding or (lardeu forties,
tc o will l" pleased to call upon
any ladies or gentlemen who will
kindly address him through the
The following testimonial
has been received from a pro
minent plantation owner and
Honomjmj, It. I., May M, 1N.
Pacific Habdwask Co. L'd, Honolulu.
You ask my opinion of Lucol a? a Palm
t have experimented with Lucol Oil for
oulMde and inside work, alno on iron nork.
painting my vacuum pan, machinery and
centrifugals, with it and the result lm
been most satisfactory. It dries hnrdcr,
makes a better finish, goes farther and 1m
more satisfactory In every way than Un
Certain paint work which was alwnys
sticky with linseed oil. dried hard when
Lucol Oil was nsod.
Youry truly, Abo, Units.
Direotion for Use.
Use Lucol. In every respect in the
5 with MnS. ZX,,3S thl" $ t
may mltl fully one-ounrter nioro l.ti-
ool to the same iimulity of pigment
than you would of linsceil.
In using metallic, Venetian red, the
ochres, niul other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at least
one day before it is to he used, then
add a third more Lucol and the p.iiut
will bit found lo cover well and havo i
a good gloss. '
XKVKK UtSE JAl'ANH.
Where hard surfaces such as (loom,
steps, etc., are required use litharge
only, never uso Japans.
LUCOL MIXES WITH
V A It-
and axnisUi their working and im
proves their appearance tiirr thkv
MIIOUI.U IIK USKI) HAMK DAY THKV AUK
mixkI), otherwise the uum of the wv
uish may he precipitated or the mix- j
i ture curdled.
Kmi tor the Hawaiian Island?
Fancy Dress Ball
DRI LL Sll KD
Monday Evening, Aug. 6.
Kirnt I'riru-Kilk Drens, by J J. Riiu.
for Most Original Kuuiale Cotitumu
Sivond I'rizi Ktehiut; Hold Kramt, hv
the 1'iiclllo iiardwuro Co., for Hum Kemulu
Third i'rlxc Kancy Hnnni; l.nmp, h
llawulinu Hurdwure Co., for llumUumeal
Fourth I'rlte Student Lump,
A' Couku, for llest (juntloman b
Kifth l'rlie-Sllvnr Vuse, hy K. 0. Hall
i Son, for Dent l.udy Jlunuur.
hlxth rrlii-(loM 1'hanii, hy K. A. Jaroh
Bon,for Moat Original Mulu Coituniu.
Ho vent h l'rlio-Oold Heurf l'ln, hy II. K.
Wichnian, for Heat .Male Character Cos
tiinu). K.iKhth Prize 1'alrof Sllppurv, hy Miinu
faelurliiK Sliito Co., for Second Hesi Keiuale
Ninth Tike-Hut, hy Tracy, for Ileil
Hard 'I Imei Coituiua pj Oentleman.
Tenth Prize -I'lmlo. Alhiini, hy ilaiMtlinn
Sown Co., for llut f flint Tiinei Costume
Kleventh I'rUu -.1 Shirti, hv Mellls, for
hi'cond llest Male Character Costuuie.
Tvvelf'h I'rUu -llottle i'erfuine, hy llou
hon hiuith ,V Co., for Second Hest l..ul
COMMirrGt 01" AltllA.NOHMKNrM
Joseph I.. Carter, Ch.iirman, I.. M.
Johiixou, J, KIlilipT, II. .erhu. I'M. Timtio.
V. II, McStooker, Chairiiian, K. O.
While, K. A. .lacolisoii. Win Cuton I'rof,
l,oni, J. J. I'iiii.
den. C, Hiratviueyer.
J. II KMier, Jolin HidueiJ, CIiim.
lliiwkinx. I,. C. Ahlub, J. S iliiuln J K,
J. W I'ralt, T. I'. Muviirln I Walin
Joiien, linn. Wall.
I.. T Keniike.
Tickets Admitting Gentleman aud Ludb
0n b I'rucureJ (rum auy Mwbr ul
!"DAINIPPON"'Golden Rule Bazaar.
Hotel Street (Arlington Block)
Just Iiecelvrd another Invoice of
Japanese Fancy Goods
- AND -
Plain and Figured Silk niul Ornpe.
HORNING GOWNS 5iJ&Sd
Plain Bilk and Embroidered
Silk and Cotton Kimonos
Bilk Knns, Cushions.
Ktiitiroidt-red Hllk Ten Cosies
Tnlilo Covers, lied Coters,
Bilk Bashes, Nvckweur.
Beautiful China Ware!
Hntnd Bonis, IIoii-Ihiii Dishes,
Plates, Kit-., Ktc, Kto.
Smokiug Jackets ! '
Bilk and Cotton Palaums.
ltup, Klegnnt Lamp filmic,
llnmlxxi Cones, Luih'Ii Ilakets.
Ilnmlioo Valises. Japanese Trays,
Ktc, Ktc, Ktr Kto.
Mrs, J. P, P. Collaco, Proprietress.
Kl'l.l. LINK if
Silk and Cotton Dress Goods,
Silk, Liueu aud Crape Shirts
- OK COMI'I.KTK tiforK -
l Mad by Yamutoya of Yokohama.
W When you are In m-tl of anv Hue
i of Japanese Hoods, ftlve u llrsl cull aud
rave t;u'"H ail arotlliil town.
SOO Fort Ot.. noo: Cuctom SEouu
THIS SPACE IS
Pioneer Furnituro Co.
fstc nint nil Kliitf ion-ei
: REMOVAL NOTICE !
I A.F.Medeiros &Oo.
Will reinova to their new hriiiimrterH
uN oil AIIOUT JULY IB1'
Pei ltd Fit Guaranteed.
Notico of Removal I
ON AND AITKIt JtJI.Y lt,
Oilleo of the I'KOIM.K'H ICK
KKIOKKATINU CO. will he at the
Faotory, Boretania Street,
IIOTH TKl.Ki'HONKH IM.
L. O. AHLKS,
6 TO 9 -A.. 1SL.
Do uot forget the time to nun up
152 -Mutual Telephone -1S2.
N. P 3E3XJK.aia3S
in Btill prepared to repulr (liirden Hose,
SprinWlern, V11ler TnpH, I'IIIiik Hiwi and
Hliarpeuiuiill kimlii tools, includlm- I'tirv
lint Kuivi s niul SeissiirM, Uta'ii Jlowers n
(ipwliilty. Also heitiui 'iliuN, iu liictall
kiiuls of Jiiliiiiiiu - . r t ,.iii,.,i im nud re
niri..l Mr' if
t'oruer Kiin: A Nuuhuu Ht.s.
KliM Wol.IKH MllllilCel.
FitiRSl ol Wines & Liquors
Billiard & Uoadiiij; Boom
HI I, I to ' t IlliiNn
2.1-ut - a.x. TBi-arici-ra S7a
I'UAUTICAI. - (iUN-MAlvKU!
I heu Ui liiforin HjMirtliiH .Men 1H11I the
lleiieriO I'utilli lint I ion piepumltu lle
li'llr mid lleiiovule ever) ii'mtiiiii ol
1 lre,irm Ouil, lllllea mid liuVulver
(killfilil) Ke-luel.iHl. Illuelnttauil It onn
illK done In an) liudu. rirsl elan aork
liitilialilp dtiaraiiU'fd. i'nloiueii. pnnuitl)
ION b'l lllili'r,
W. F. Reynolds, : Prop.
The Domestic Sewing Machine
make happy wivef and xwe.et
hearts. All kinds Machine Needles and
Attachment to make every woman
Guitar to charm with song and
leave a happy smile.
Spectacles and Eyeglasses to Jit
all sights o thai both old and
young may he happy.
Dolls and Toys
to make th
licminyton Typewriters to make
lhc h,uine" ma" ,a
j Tennis Supplies lo assist young
i ic and maidens to achieve hap-
Purses and Card Cases to makt.
your lest girl happy.
Wallet and Pocket Books to
make, your best fellow fiappy.
Utucball Supplies to make "our
Visiting Cards and Society
Stationery to convey happiness.
Lr ffw a,;t nk
Hooks, and to comple.U tlu Imppx-
ness of all
uy a Stem
Corner Nuuimi & Hotel Streets.
New Goods! New Goods!
KICCKIVKli HY KVK.ltY HTKAMK1L
Silk Dress Goods,
; - Al.LCOI.OHH-
JAI'ANKSK SILK CRAPE,
! JA1'ANK8B COTTON OKAl'K.
j Silk Shirts and Night Shirts,
1 Hllk Illoioe, Silk NYcktlf.
I liauilkeruhlefN, Hhawlt, Haihns.
Hosiery and ChmlM,
; Silk ami Cotton IGnonos !
I .lap-oieie Travii, ilnmlioo Hnirens,
( IVa heU, Kluw.ir ToU, KW., Etu.
i Prices Cheaper than Ever 1
Hep to inform the public that they
have opened a
Branch Store at No. 322 Mm Street,
Where they carry a complete Una ot
IIKDUOOM HKT8, CHAlltS,
STANDS, Ew Ktc, tt.
Furniture Repaired and General Jobblug
t Reasonable Ratea.
VING FAT CI1A-N,
lUTii-.'lm 3'."J Ntiuanu Street.
Old Stand Swept Away.
I AM HT1I.I. I'KKI'AHKH TO BMl'KH
1 intend, iteconetruct, or build anythiug
IieioiiKiUK to thu llulldlni; Trade.
far- All orderu left with John Nott,
KinKNin-et, aIII bu promptly atteudeil to.
(i W. LINCOLN.
Tlie Hawaiian Messenger Service
I,. M. Joli.Nh'JN, Mauat;ei.
Mutual 009 TELEPHONES Bell 5bU
Ullli-e in Musoiilo iluildliiK.
We are prepared m furnlli Uniformed
.MeMseuKcM ul nil ho.tri l'riimptnui and
-tiimfiu tiou uiiMriiuti'i'd. You riiiK ' up
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