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ftt gnitjj UJttin.
MONDAY, SEPT. 3, 1894
Suniiav, Sept. 2.
8trar Clsmllnn from Mmil
Btmr Miknlmla from Kaunl
Bttur Jaiuea Mnkee from Kmiiit
Mo dat, Sept. 3.
Btmr Iwalant for Kmial nt 5 pm
Btmr Jas Makee for Kapaa and Kllauea at
VnmIi Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Olaadlne for ports on Man! at 6 p m
Btmr Mikabala for Kotiftl at & p in
From Kauai per stiur Mlkaliala, Sept 2
M Ensl, J b, and 1' Conrait', 1) Da) ton,
RW Atkinson, Mrs Vtt tier, Miss Ureen,
A Itobortson, 5U HentlrWcvin, Miss I.
Lindsay. Uscnr Ik-rold. Mlcs Knnrt 2),
Master Kwart, Mlsos Wllo xi2, Mln Mi
FarlanH. Mint Will Ginalin. AINs A liril-
tlan.MrsJ 11 Con-y Mini child. K Mist. A
FKnadsen, Mls Iciuuii, J Wight, Mrs
MoVelgli, Mis E 11 T'xinus and 7.ilock.
From Maul tic' itmr Olnudlne, Kept 2
0 A Bprcvkrls, 11 1' llaliUln. Mlies h
Moure. Ileiint-r, and llecklcy, Mrs Xukn
Ina, child and tcrtmit, Miss Jlcckwllli,
MIjsK KlnnimlnK, V It Mnis, O A Alox
under. A 1 l'ctcrron, 11 V. Austin, F V
Urady, 8 l'nricer, Jr, 1'iOite-r lVtrker, Ilro
ilb'r , J Melaiiit li, Miss M ItocliC, Miss
M MrKltiloy, Miss l.iiuhav. Miss M A
Ulrvin, Master ll-rnd , J H llntitlim, - N
Kepolkal, V (I rVnlt, V 'llmiiixiin, Mr
Anderson, Miss V. Kapit, MIh ljrutiiniimil,
J ltlchard'oii, T Olnrk, (' Andrews ami 2
out, Mrs MaArdlc, U Tilrh, V Conrnilt.
F 8 l)utin and 2 sons, Muster Alull, IS
Bcott, Miss A KttpAlnltl. Masfrs KMim
(2), Mrs Kahoopal, U 1) Molcr, Sum tjliitf
and M deck.
Wo aro not nt nil (surprised
ut our increased trade it's
the goods and prices that have
brought it all about. We
have adopted the policy of
quick sales and small profits
it's a first rate policy for
both the buyer and sclU r. It
means TRUE ECONOMY
good things need not be high
There is a certain hard wall
of facta und figures however,
that stands between possibili-
ty and prodigal promises.
There are certain prices below
which no good, honcbt article
can bo bought. Those prices
are ours if you pay less you
will certainly get less. This
is a plain statement worth remembering.
We don't know what got
into the factory for thoy have
sent us enough Ladiks' Siiiut
WxibTfl to supply every lady
on these Islands. We must
get rid of them. Come in
and take your pick. They all
came on the last steamer and
arc new deigns and patterns.
You ure paying more for
Curtains at the public auc
tions than we arc asking. We
havo Norman m.s at $l.f0
Madras, Bui.auiox, Raw
Silk, Okikxtat., AxriQUrS,
kto., ktc, wo intend that
they shall be s-ild, so now is a
crood timo to buv th- m. 'I he
game advice will stand good
through evt ry department of
When you call, take a look
at our Tovn.s and Towkl
i.ixg, CwrroxxF.s und Fru-
NITUHK CoVKHIXfiS. Al'O
our C'oMi'ouTKits at 1.
B. F. ISULKHS & CO.
ASSIGNEES -:- SALE I
The Entire Stock
WENNEK & CO.
WILL UK t-01,1)
Regardless of Cost.
Building and Loan Association,
LOCAL AND OKNKBA1. K1CWB,
No band concort Ibis evening.
Pioncor Building and Loau Asso
ciation this evening.
C. Gcrtz lini several furnished
rooms to let nl Kawaiabao.
l'rof. S. Adelsloin will leave for
Yokohama on tho S. S. China.
C. A. Sprocket and 71. P. Baldwin
came to town by tho Clnudiue.
Sir. Morgan will hold tho Holt
mortgage sale on Wednesday at
An unfurnished cottage, of two
rooms and a kitchon, is to let by 0.
Every member of tho Sous of St.
George is expected to bo at their
Soe notice of Ka Mailo stock in
this paper. Tho goods will bu sold
regardless of cost.
Mr. Nacayntna has taken rooms at
the Hawaiian llotol until his depar
ture by the China.
Everything indicates comploto
success for the Suhuetzon club's
masked ball this evening.
Thoro woro four stowaways on the
S. S. Warrimoo. 1 hey had to take
a through ticket to Victoria.
W. G. Scott, ex-Dopuly Shorlff of
Wailuku, has assumed duty as cap
tain of police iu Honolulu.
Sentcuco was suspended in tho
liquor cases of J. Itodrimies and A.
G. Silver iu the District Court.
S. von Topaz states that ho has
rosigued from the mounted police
forco and also from all police duties.
One hundred aud thirty Chinoro
will leave for home on tho P. M. S.
S. China, duo here today from the
Tho bark Velocity will leavo for
Hongkong ou Friday next. Several
Chinese havo already taken out pass
ports. . N. Castle, wlfo and' child loft
by tho S. S. Warrimoo Saturday
afternoon for an exleuded visit
Arthur White is not atthoQueon'
Hospital. Ho Is stayiug with his
partner and bondsman, Ltl. Hop
kins, at Kalihi.
Captalu'iMay "of" H. II. M. S. Hy
acinth delivered au eloquent address
at tho Y. M. C. A. praifo service
No man should buy a bicycle for
his wife but buy 17 bars of soap
for $12") and one do.eu Morning
Star for r0 cents.
Mrs. Bradley aud Miss Corney's
school has been removed to the
house lately occupied by Mr. Noca
yama, uext tho Opera House.
A native from Minion is lit the
Queen's Hospital on account of or
ious bodily injury inllicled by his
sou in ft quarrel at a limn yesterday.
W. Coulter, John Hapa, Hale
mauo and other convicts were
marched through town in striped
suits Saturday noon to bo photographed.
Thoro was n good-sized audienco
t.V . .W. A. Ml..'
was sultry the tuuslu was much en
joyed, several encores being given.
Charles Glrdler is under a chargo
of assault and battery, for prevent
ing n policeman from serving an
execution at his house. Ho is under
bail to appear iu tho District Court.
Chinese are swarming nt a win
dow of the Hawaiian News Co..
where a picture of the sinking of
tho transport ship Kow Sluing by
tho Japanese cruiser Nauiwa is dis
played. There was great indignation
Among the paxrengers on n car from
Waikiki this morning, on accouut of
tho street h weeper's pashiug tho car
and choking the people with tho
dust it raised.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
John Richardson is in town.
Dr. Moore, dentist, has a removal
notice iu this issue.
Henry Hart has boon promoted
from private to lieutenant of police.
Jas. F. Morgan will sell horses at
Dowsett's stables, Quoon stroet, at
noon next Saturday.
Yestorday being Queon Liliuoka
lani's birthday, many of her friends
visited her at Washington Place.
Several things of especial interest
to tho ladies will bo found in B. F.
Ehlors & Co.'s "ladies' column" to
All tho members of tho Hui Hoo
ulu Lahui are requested to meet on
Wednesday afternoon at tho Matern
A. N. Knpoikai, ox-Circuit Judge
for Maui, has been granted a full li
censo to practise in all courts of tho
Eighly-fivo permits havo been is
sued to Chinese loaving by tho
Chiua, and fivo to passengers going
by tho Velocity.
Tho Thistle Club's monthly con
cort, to havo taken placo next Friday
evening, is postponed on account of
tho Healani Boat Club's ball.
The Woman's Board of Missions
will hold their regular monthly
mcotiug to-morrow (Tuesday) aftor
noou at '2:'M p.m., at the Ceutral
Tho widow of tho lato J. H. Love
joy has received a check for $."J0OO,
the proceeds of a policy in tho Equi
table AMurauco Association, of
which Druco Cartwright is agent.
Two moro lawyers S. W. Kaai
and W. P. Haia of Uann, Maui, ap
plied for a renewal of thoir liconses
to practise iu the inferior courts, but
were informed by lottor that before
their request could bo granted they
must furnish evldenco of their fideli
ty to tho republic.
H. K. Meemauo, a nativo preacher
from Ewa, has boon appointed in
idaco of Kamikt as messenger iu tho
foreign Ofilce. He was serving ou
tho nativo jury and, while attending
Court, "struck" Miuister Hatch for
a job just as Kamiki was let out for
refusing to swear allegiauco to tho
Blue Monday Morning Tax Oasns
Thoro were nino pleas of guilty
aud forfeitures of bait for drunkeu
uoss in tho District Court this morn
ing. Aina pleaded guilty to selling
liquor without a liconso and sen
tence was suspended. Kinio Hoba,
on tho samo ploa, was similarly dealt
with. Mrs. Robort Palau, on the
sf.me chargo, was remanded till
Hashimotu, dosorting contract
service of the Koloa Sugar Co., was
ordered to return and pay costs.
Four Chinoso were partly tried
for nlnvinff tho che fa lottery came,
a fifth being remauded till the Uth
Twentv-ehzht Chinese settled thoir
delinquent personal taxes. Auothor
Chinaman aud six natives had thoir
tax cases continued till tho 10th.
Drove a Horse to Death.
Jacob Kumnlao drove a horso that
ho hired from I ho Club Stables so
far and so hard yesterday Hint tho
nnimnl dropped dead a few moments
after being returned to the stables.
Ho is out on $100 bail for malicious
injury. Tho horso was valued at$200.
Tills Evening I
WYE lir THE -
Quick Relief and Perfect Our
OLD ARMORY HALL,
Monday, Sept. 3, 1894
Grnml Mnrcli comoicnce .roinjtly at
0 p. H.
Every Masker Is rr-iniPstdl to he on time
nonito make this the muicii of tliyct-un.
None Iniltho'c Maknl will In-silloweil
on the lloor until niter all hnve MitninUil
No Mnk must bu tetnuveil until tirlrc
are nwnnleil. Amunc ilolni so Mill bu
barred (rum l'rIzoi-otiielltiuti. i
Now on exhibition at M P. I.KVY'8 Fort
ttrrct Just "-ml over tho list, nnri If
you don't nv they nro the imwt licutttl
(ulnnd ervlrrihlo that were ever clven
II, call ns. You hchiI not Ix.' nslmmed
tog.y that yon won them nlthu hCIIlllvT
ZKN Ul.Ull 1IAI I.: they will ln credit
to von und to us 'llic be.-t nf nil K they
wlfl be nwnnleil "(air nnd piiimre." 'flie
Judges nru unknown mid will make their
decUlon while all ure In tuu-i te. At the
eoutid ol u Oolit! nil will lcne ni.Tinli.c
nt the I'lmforin, when the wliinltn; (itrtlos
wllltiuvatled up by lotumuntnl the I'lllcs
nwanled then and there. The winner
intiit then unmask In the roetiee ol ull,
so ever) one can aee who wln.
First I'rlie llest Dreed lidy I'harae
tCM A hniidsomotjilk Dros I'litterii.
Second l'ricu ticeoiul ltd lln' id lidy
Chancier: A tiiierh Album.
'1 hint Trite I'litmlu't IVniate Charac
ter! One lurklsh I'lil'h Hue, 4llfeut
Hecotnl Funniest lVnmlot hanieler: One
half doen Solid Ullvcr rtrfmi.
Ileal Sitslalned Female l Imm'leri Tho
Finest 1'ulr ol rilioes In town. I( they
lutrillt, the Jinltfes will tell you win ri-to
Grin and Bear It!
Is just what every lady must do who has bought n Cored that does not
(It her. Cornets bought of us lit, because we only carry the iopuIar
makes, that havo been tried and found tho correct tyle
The Genuine P, D. Corsets.
We have In nit styles and all slzs.
Tbe R, & G. Corsets,
Extra long waist, perfect fit, In all sizes.
Ferris1 Good Sense Corset Waist.
Perfect fit for all ages, best for health, comt tt, weir and finish
Tbe R. & G. Summer and Nursing Cors.ts.
The grimmer Corset is lust the thing for hot
W have In
Try our 60 Cent Corset, it is a Stunner.
A full line of lzes of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists.
Children's Corded Waists for 40 Cent.
1ST. S. SACHS,
520 Fort Streoi, : : Honolulu.
pel mem e nun?
"...... ..r .. . i . .. . . .
jieii niini iiuie i.nuy o"iuuioi
illoy h mtiRlcalo hatur
Allhouuli tlio wuathur
II. O. Diari, who lias idiargn of
WViiuwr A: Co.'h atook of jnwolry,
ayn that it is ,')! ii(,' fast. Anybody
w(hinfr barKaiim iu (liin liiui will do
wt'll to call at on CO. lit hns a notieo
iu thin paptT.
If you waut cooluurn mid cotnfort
go to Honp's aud (,'td. ouu of his now
suiiimur Iouukos. Tho vorv look of
it will cool you off, aud vvlion you
try its luxurious euao you will at
ouco waut otio.
Tim ndniidnion to tho Kautunka
pili church coucurt to-uiurrow, Tuim
Uay vpiiiii(j, will lie 2.". cunts Tii'kots
aro ou sulo at T. U. Thrum's Woolt
storo. A program to ploaso ovoryouo
has bt'on arrniiKi'd,
Prosidont Doln has ibsuod a pro
olamutiou of tho rulos and regula
tions for holding duct ions, which
occupies four pairos of tho Advor-
tisor. A special election is to bo
held ou October '2'.).
Defendant iu T. W. Rawlins vs.
Honolulu Soap Works Company has
filed a voluminous bill of exceptions
to go up to tho Supremo Court.
Judge Cooper has signed a decreo
in accordance- with his judgment iu
Kapiolaui vs. S. W. Maholoua, de
claring tho deed in question pur
porting to havo been made by tho
lato King Kalakaua to bo null, void
and of no elTeet, it aud tho accom
panying receipt for $."000 being pro
nounced "false, forged and fraudu
lent instruments." Tho witnesses
who sworn to tho siguiiig of tho
deed by King Kalakaua in thoir
presence woro S. W. Mahelona,
Isaac Sherwood, Okuu, W. II. Ka
laeakekol ami J. Zpeliuo.
Enillio do Horblay by her attor
ney, Paul Neu man ti, sues Samuel M.
Uamou anil Samuel Norris for four
teen thousand dollare, being tho
amount of a bond given by Col. Nor
ris as principal anil Mr. Damon as
surety, on tuo appeal of principal
from judgment iu favor of tho plain
tiff on a Now York judgment.
A. P. Peterson aud V. V. Ash ford
were iu attendance at the Wailuku
Court last week as attorneys iu tho
case of Ah Mi against tho Waihee
plantation. A. P. Peterson appears
for tho sugar company. It is a suit
brought by Ah Mi to recover about
$1200 for forly-ono head of cattle
sold to the plantation.
DISPt siBKttU OF JUSTICE.
Changes of District Court Magistrates
on Different Xslauds.
Tho appointment of A. Perry vico
A. G. M. Itobortson to tho beuch of
tho Honolulu District Court litis
been already reported in this paper.
J. Kekahuna has succeeded ,). K.
Kuimu as District MadHtrato of
.. . . i -
Wainiiao, ualiu. llioro is no ap
poiutmeiit as yet for Koolauloa, iu
place of John Kaluhi, who&o coin
misxiou has expired.
No successor has been appointed
to Chas. Copp as District Mugiatrato
of Makawao. The only other change
ou the island of Maui is tho appoint
ment of J. M. Napulou for the sec
ond district of Wailuku in place of
J. M. Kealoha.
There aro two changes on tho
island of Hawaii. D. S. Kahookauo
is appointed for South Kohala iu
placo of S. H. Mahtika. William
Ivamaii succeeds J. M. Kauwila for
Puna. No appointment has boeu
made as yet for North Kona, where
S. II. Kaalawumaka formerly dis
, J. W. Lota, formerly magistrato
I at Kawaihau, Kauai, has been trans
ferred to the District of Haualoi iu
I place of It. Puuki. Chas. lilako goes
to Kawaihau iu Lolas old placo
tlr. C. D. ratrlch
M 1 wi to biillr afflicted with tcUtls rbtoma
ttim that I coulJ teircetjr mote. I used a srsat
rainy remtiltei which ill J m no cood. A frltnd
proenteil m a bottle of Hood's RanapartlU,
which 1 bcBin to take. The rtlltf was quick
and two bottles rurcl mecomptctely. I author.
Ita Uie me of my nam anil portrait In rccotn-mindln-t
IIooil's Kimpatllta, for I think It a
very valuable medicine. I recommend It to all
who may be aCllctM with tlwumatlsm or old
fever sores, as I know of a lady 'a Oakland who
has been cured of ulcers by this wonderful med
icine." C. 11. 1'ATiucit, No. CCS California 8L,
Btocktnn. California. et IIOOD'3.
Hood's Pills net easily, ct prompuyan4
eOlclcutly, oa tlio liver aud bow els. 3GO.
HOIIKON, MtWMAN A CO.
Aenlh for H iwallnn Ilnmt
IKiutui Ilex 1'iiresl Fretiufi Oindy.
First I'rlie Flnet Dressed Mnlcfhar
acliri i'ltnnmt Mat.
Hicond Finest llrci-iril Male Character!
One-half dozen Hllver Shiii
Funniest Dressed Mmo t'h.iraetert Ilex
(lout rine'l llitvaun ltarx.
Bei'oud Funniest t)reisi-il Male t'hnrac
ten One Ooul Oil Hi vo.
Hot "hard times" Male Character! One
Ilesldi-M the alxivu luelitloncd 1'rlre
others will Ihj (jlvon out. at the ill-errtlon
of the linlei' for worthv reiircseiitntln.
gm TII'KF.TH for sale ul HnillhV Shoe
Store and tlio Kllle lee fre mi I'urlnrs.
If Kverlioly count und Inivo the
he-V time )oil ev.-r hud on the llal.
Kverjboly N Invited from the President
IW l'IUX.i:s imw on view at M H.
U'vy'x store, 7,1 Fort Street. U'il It
Arrived per "Australia."
French und Scotch Ginghams (now).. .1()!M 20c. and 25c.
Victoria LtiwnR (now), 10 yds for 75c.
White Dress Goods (new). .10., 15c, 20c, 25c, 30c, 35c
White and Colored Dimities (new) 20c and 25c.
Plannelletta, all colors, (new) 10 yds for $1.00
The old maxim
the sun" knocked out.
"There is nothintr new uutltsr
Gall and he convinced.
Til It) IH NOT A
Inuwlll ho held nt the Chiliiilier of
Coiiiiiirriu on MONItAV IJVKMXO.rteiu
.'I, lb!M, ut T'M o'elocl;.
ttf i'a iiiunU are reiiulred In (lold,
A V. (IK.Mt,
I. rilKMMIf II jCv
m Kuwiiiulia i rfSjt 7i,ai.
Iiilur..(ibiil Col- jgtuR&ut.
nino uu linlii
Kitchruoii rort Mfitl.
Mr. Garvin, the preacher of a new
sect, yesterday baptized nine per
sons by immersion, iucludiug Kv.
Krio Lewis, lately of the AuRUcau , i ""so are uie omy uanKos ou mo
Church, and Lieut. Stiloinau nnd i a on l8'0, . . .. ,,. ,4
soveral seamen of U. U. M. S. Ily- , Thuro is no change iu tho Cireuit
nolnth, .Judges, exceptiuir for tho I'lfth
' , , , I Judicial Circuit, Maui, where J. W.
G. K. IlarriBon, practical piano ; Knlun n,,,it.H8 A. N. Kepoikai.
and oruau maker and tuner, can fur-
uish best factory references. Orders
left at ilawaiiau News Co. will re
ceive prompt attention. All work
guaranteed to In- the smut ai done
.Jndtfo Widuinann broulil some
iulerehtiiiK curios homo from Salt
Lake City. They are the hlullid
heads of a liulfalo, a Houliy Moiui'
J lie. renin veil Ii'n Otllen from I)r lliiilih's
olliee to the Outturn Irttuly oeeupld liv Dr.
roliricm on llote.1 btrcui, next to A rllnj.',
tou Hotel. ir.!; lw
You have a few moments
to hpare, haven't yottV Of
couive, ou are not in a hurry
to catch a tutin or jmy a hill,
especially the latter. Just
cast your eye down this
column, or better still come
down to the htou and loo
over tho new lino of goods
that wo have just onem d, if
von remember cornct'V we
advertised new goods two
week ago. A complete new
stock of them too. Well they
are all gone and 1 have a now
ftook that will be ready for
inspection on your arrival.
The first four box s I opened
contained nothing hut French
Liivmis, Miistiiirt aud Dimities,
both figured and plain. The
moht elegant patterns I have
ever received uuvci irom
.Japan. Crepes, Silks and
Cm tains, Japanese .Silk Ki
monos, Fancy Urapes, etc,
beautiful Chenille Poitiers,
Silk and (dice Curtains am
s T I
a I 11
W 3 I
a - I I J
5 t III
o g. : o '
O 5 P3 3
H 1 C5 JS . H
t - S y 55 & i-M
M. S. LEVY,
Who is now settled in llcusou, Smith it Co.'s
Old Stand, Fort street.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Hark '-C. D.
to us the
is now due
Largest Consignment of Furniture
BVKU SUIIM'KU TO A BISOLB KIKM ON HAWAIIAN SOIL,
And will Consiht
a House from
Needed to Furnish
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
179. TELEPHONES Hulnal 78.
Temple of Fashion
el B?ort. Street
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urga Asaortat&l ot Ltdlti' tod Children's Rbom.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Law line of Wooloun at 2Tio. Flniinolotton, 10 yards for S1.III
Brown and White Oottona, from to i20 yardn, $ 1.00 per niwe.
AinoskeaK GinK'hauiB, 12 yards for $1.00. Gents' and Ladies' Bathing Mm
.Silks, Satins, Serges, Lawns and Dress Goods of every description
L. Gh SILVA, Proprietor.
O. (IKK I,
aiu xht-t'p, a mountain Kat and a
pair ol AmeniMti aiiutninrt. ine
horns nro perfeut iu mtry uniu
Htv. Alox. .Mttekiutorili edilorinlly
iu tlio AukUi'oii Cliruiilulu k"1' f"r
heeyulistH wliomnkeSuudnv morn
ill),' (lie time for their Hhius iiilo the
fount ry. He i nuafust Sumlny
nmuietueutH l lint Interfere with wor
ship mid with the Hoimral (iiletudo
of the day.
Mrt. Ihrnnlinmi him muavrd the UuU
it we c her xlnvl: fnnn lluhlttrrrt In
her private Htuhlenee, trhere the iw
tenth cIoxIiih it out at priuile mle. It Mi.s I'oll
it urniniietl (im( tuuUj Jur imikihii,
inn im the iiiteiuli In ritire permanent'
hj frmn liuitneim th (inm.t will lie tuld
rfllnllt n Coil. Old juileon are
vordliill'j Invited lujiny htm vitit.
Will take pliiee on Sept.
1k(, with a eompletu line of
new stock. IJiMmiiis I aces,
Fi-atlni'M, lilted shapes, 'to.
'I'lii-. department will be under
the ni I'Minal muling) incut of
0)i-rlcr ttft ul t Vuctnr Ouirtivere
(Couiviiim'A Stare will lit
vromtHii utleiidrrt to.
llotli 'l'olcplionon lO.
411 tfUUANU STREET.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods I
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Eto Eto.
3 X Ij KI S
O H I N W t3 TO
PONQ HI HI
uu, irom i lie oiiucn.
,1. ,1. ICC! AN.
f fUNTIMI, HIIOOTINII Olt (irilKIU
I 1 ulii in n"l' ! iini ilii l.iii.U nl
lliiiiian, Wiiliiiuiiii. W'uIiumi iiml Wulil-'UMi
(llUirli't nl l.vwi, Uliuiil ul Oaliii) lilnli.
Inu In tin1 iiiiilrrlK'iii'ili 1 fc'rii U ir-
lillillnl. Violator nl IliU iiotiii' ii i io
M V. IHIIIl.NSUN.
IW Kt)li iiml I'll (limritiitciit. I'rli'i-t Mmlcniti. -a
us- 3E3.fu.a,l Teleiplione 5431
lluliolulil, A uu. ft; Mi.
Daily Htillotin 50 Cents per Month,