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SATURDAY. DEO. 15, 1894
KS.A etJtTK ISTHJWfc
Am Imrk MntIMn, Hwenson, from
fltmr Klnnit from 1 In wall and Mnul
Sim r IVIc from Mnkawcll
Vessola Leaving Monday.
Stinr Konulioit for Wnlannc, Wnlnltm, Kn
litlkn nu t lMtifllini nt II a lit
Btinr Wnlnlrnlo fur I-nlmlnn and Hamnknn
at II a m
Sttnr Iicliun fur Molukal
Oarxoes from Island Porta
Blmr IVle 3870 lings auear.
btmr Klnnti 'if iai?i iiotat es, 41 bsc
corn, 111 iii(! Ifines, i tines wool, 81
bill hfilt", v; rrfttra tutkoys and chick
elH, U (ikgs sundries and I7J head
From Hawaii atnl Mnul per tn,r Klnnit,
l)co 1ft-Krom V lennn: II I) Ulme, K A
Jncobi, Win l.llclitlcld and wife, Mla Mac
N11I1, .Mrs V I. Jonci, K UVUw. Hllo an 1
way iurt: AT Atk niton, Mm NJ Itowull.
W UerlowlU, K IliitUin, A V Ptteri, FM
Hwnnty. 1; I, Akwnl. Mrs M Ksptnda, F H
Arnirtriitif, K H Hon and 07 ilft'k.
Tim Imrk Ma lldn, Cnintn Hwcnsnn, ar
rival lii-day from tut Hound with a cargo
of litinlier lor AlUli V Kolilniun
'1 In- ilftincr Krnuhiiit will Ivavc fur (xiris
011 this IkIihiiI nt II o'o'oek Monday morn
Iiir. Shipper are rniueslod to nave
freight a tlm Mhnrf an hour earlier.
BOLD BOY ROBBBBS.
Thoy Doprodato a Ohlnaman'a House
In Prosonco of thu Owner.
A hold robbery was committer, at
I'alfttua about nitio o'olock yoaterday
ttvoului; Turoo nativo bojs wont
into a liouflo owned hy a Chinaman,
broakiuK down two doors in ardor
to nlfoct au outraucu. Tho Chineso
ownor saw tho boys and bogau to
cry "haul In." A nativo was passing
ou tho road who hoard tho cry. Flo
ruidiod in and was caught and hold
by 0110 of tho boys. Tho Chiuaman
was so scared that ho could do noth
ing. Tho two ransacked tho house
ami broke open a box. The sum of
11 ft 0011 dollars and lwmityfivo cents
was taken. Tho police was notified
this morning, and Dulortiro Lnrcoti
was put ou the case. All 1:30 ouo
of the boys was brought in and tho
other two were boiug (racked. Their
identity is known to Larson.
No charge lias been made against
tho boy under arrest, ho beiug only
held for investigation.
Mr. Stovonaon'a Doath.
At the regular mooting of tho
Scottish Thistle Club last night, A.
S. Cleghoru, honorary chief, wa
proi-out. Ho said he c.tino to join in
taking recognition of tho sad news
of the death of Uobert Louis Sloven
sou, who was an houorary chieftain
of the club. Mr. Cleghoru, ou being
asked to make some remarks appro
priate to tho occasion, spoke with
much fueling on tho personal lues he
realized in the death of Mr. Steven
sou, with whom he had enjoyed vory
friendly relations ou tho two vinits
the renowned auth r paid to Hono
lulu in recent joars. Ho. eulogized
Mr. Stevenson for his rare social
qualities, his breadth of view, his
Hympalhy for tho wronged and op
prestiod. At the conclusion of Mr.
Cleghoru's informal speech a com
mitteu was appointed to draft a let
ter of condolence to both the wife
and mother of tho lamented gentle
A Visiting thlpjwnur.
A. McClusker was a passenger ou
the bark Hospor from Newcastle, X.
S. W. He is ou his way to his home
in Sau Fraucisco. Mr. McClu-kor
is a shipowner and left Situ Fran
cisco about a yoar ago as master ou
a vessel to Sydney. From Sydney
he went to the Mauritius Islands,
anil then returned 10 Newcastle. At
the latter port the vossel was chart
ereil to go to England. Captain
McClusker I bought tho voyage too
long aud decided to return home.
He will stay iu Honolulu about a
Lieut. Holi went ou board the
schooner Ka Moi, whenever she ar
rived from Mmii this inomiug, anil
seized a box containing 50 pounds
of giant powder. The box had no
address aud was enclosed in an old
sack. Only the captaiu knows who
shipped the box nnd to whom it was
to be delivered. Captain Parker has
been watching coasting schooners a
week past for something like this
At Williams' Studio are to be seen
Portraits ou .Watch Dials, which lit
is making a specialty of. Lantern
Slides for lecture by the set or
A Strong Horse
IS THE RK3ULT Of DSINO
A WRESU SUPPLY
Hay and Grain
JiiM Arrived r "H. (1. Wlliler."
aUU AND 8KK UB.
CALIFORNIA PEED GO.
tonii'MMHfiitV Niiiihiiii Hit.
Both Tki.kimionks 121.
looax. torn oxincBAi. trxwi.
Plenty of rain is reported on Ha
waii. There will be a Masonic ball next
Great bargains in silver tea spoons
aro offored by H. F. Wichman.
This is the last eveniuir of the
Kilohaua Art L'-agua' exhibition.
The steamer Kiuatt brought seven
passenger-t from the Volcano this
Fluke-liver is very prevalent on
Oahu. but almost absent on the ot her
Theo. H. Davie & Co. ask for
tenders for repairs to the ship
Wanted. A Honolulu prototypo
of Sir Arthur Guinness. Applicant
H. F. Wichman will kp his jewel
ry store npen this evening and every
evening until Christniat.
The prisoners sent from Oithu
jail to work on the Hilo Mads are
working towards Laupahoohoo.
Dr. S. D McCauley, formerly of
Oregou, has b"n graotod a liceiise
to practise mouiuineiu tlne Islands.
The ca'es of treao, conspiracy
and firoarun in pos'sinn will come
up iu the Dibltlol Court on Monday
Knv. L. E. Schneider w'll lend tho
Y. M. C. A inf otinj, to-morrow nigut
at 6:30. Subject: "Joy worth pos
sossiug." The committee on spending the
procoods of Wray Taylor's concert
nave decided to give tho Molokai
lepors a good square Christmas feast.
Mechanics' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuanu streets, lodging by day,
week or month. Terms: 25 and GO
cents per night; $1 and $1.25 per
The themes treated to-night and
Sunday night at the tent will bo tho
rise aud growth of religious parties
aud the possibility of Christian re
union. J. F. Morgan sold a half interest
in a piece of land at Kau, Hawaii,
today to tho Hutchinson Planta
tion, under foreclosure of mortgage
An order nu the Post National
Dank of Onkland for one pound
sterling, payable to Thomas Silveira
Alves, lias been found aud left with
Alfred Johnsou, butcher on tho
Uonouliuli ranch, died to-day. He
loavos a wife and large family, also
a brother and sister, Fred. Johnson
and Mrs. It. Love. The cause of
death was pneumonia.
An adjourned semi-annual meet
ing of tho Trustees of the Queen's
Hospital will bo held at 10:30 Wed
nesday. It will bo noticed that the
mooting will le hold at tho Hospital
insteadof tho former meeting place
Prof. Burger and his orchestra will
bo at tho Kawaiahao Church fair
this evening. By invitation a chorus
from tho Young Hawaiiaus' Institute
will sing thne native songs during
J. it. Harrison, practical piano
ud organ maker and tuner, can fur
nish best factory references. Orders
dt at Hawaiian Vw Co will n
five prompt attention. All work
UhrSllt'wMl ' I Mixkhiiih lime
Mr. Bush of lolaul College has
received a facsimile in miniature of
Tho Aldershot Nows and Military
Gazette of October 27. It has eight
piges, riu.x3iu., with six columns to
the page, aud cau only be read with
II. G. Blart, who was for ton years
the practical jeweler for Weuuer &
Co., has opened a new place at 111
King street, corner Alakea street.
Watchmaking, souvenir spoons, and
jewelry of every description made on
The December number of tho
Planters' Monthly closes its thir
teenth volume. It is uot deteriorat
ing with added yeais. This number
has a varied lot of articles that
ought to 1h useful to sugar aud
The Lei Ilium Club intend giving
another of their popular dances at
Independence Park on New Year's
eve. A meetiug of tho members has
been called for this evening at the
Hawaiian Hotel to make arrange
ments for the dance.
Theo. H. Davies & Co. have fur
nished us with tho time table of the
CanadiauAutralian steamers for
the eusuiug year. Thoy will bo duo
from Sydney about the first of each
mouth, aud from Vancouver on tho
21th of ouch month.
Frieuds of J. S. Bartholomew will
I hi pleased to learn that he is doiiiK
well with his paper, tho Monte
Cristo Mountaineer of Washington.
The issue of Nov. 22 ooutaius au ap
preciative notice of copies of the
Bui.li.-tin forwarded to him by a
At tho lioard of Health mooting
vesttmlay, a Inttor was road from
F. 1'. Habtingfl, Hawaiian Chargo
d'AITairoaat Washiugtou, regarding
tho it'prosy iniro uoiug triod at
Maraoaibo, about which tho Hullk
tin copiod a rofiort from tho Sniuu
tilio American ttomo timo ago.
Tho Honolulu toauherH orgauizod
au AuHocifttiou at a largoly attoudod
luootiiig yoatorday, with tho follow
ing nlUcorti: Prodidont, 1'rof. Hob
inor (Oahu Collogo)i Viuo-l'roRidoiit,
Miss Uuiii'an (L'ohukaiua); tiooru
tary, Mr. J. Lightfoot (Fort Stroet)j
Troanuror, Mr. Diiuiua (Kamoha
Tho thri'o BUiwawayR arrivotl at I nSKKrAS,!Am.! L ll.ijAKJ taiii.i; -ihul'iilii-u
Station from Kaiiooho at ' J.-J,, J"8 !,'i . """ l""" 'm,, "mk i
1 1 tt'ultHilc tbiii mciruiiiK. Tliej Mir-I ' " I. J. KVKY. 1
nrist'tl thnir forniur kitopora bv an
jioarinK in now MiitH of cIoIIidh. On
tho iiornon of ono was found a ro
ciiliit from J. M. Atlmrtoa to M. I',
KoiiiiiHon for $HK). Tho turiiknya
will Ik. llttlu im.ro ramful with tf.o
muu la tlio futuro.
i 11 tti r
Aim. 8. A, Lefebtr
Kolpless With Rheumatism
and Without Appetite
Tired Peeling and Pains Dispelled
by Hood's Sarsaparllla.
M I was In terrible mUery Kith rheumatism la
mr hips and lower limbs. I read to much
fit-out llood'i (Uri.iparllla that I thought I
would try It and seo It It would relluvo rns.
When I commenced I could not sit up nor even
turn over In bed without help. One bottle ot
Hood's Rolleved Me
nmneh that I was toon out of bed and could
walk. I had also felt weak and tired all tli
time 1 could not sleep, and obtained so little rest
ft nlcht that t fell nil worn out In llio mornliiK.
had uo appctlto to eat anjrtblns, but llood'i
Barsaiarltla restored my appctlto 10 that I
could cat without any distress, and I hate
gained rapidly In Mrrncth. I h.ito taken flvo
bottles ol Hitixt'aSnrsnirirllUoiid turn .is well
at ever." Mns. 8. A. l.t'H.m'ii.HoMti'oyne, O.
Hood's Plllu euro liver 1114, cotutlpitlon,
biliousness, Jaundice, tick headache, Indigestion,
Hobron Drug Co., L'd.,
8o! A Rents for thn UepnMIn nf Hawaii.
KKKP OPKN KVKNINOH till
the Holiday Undo is over
Wo huvo put oloctrio liilitn
into the store, nnd nre ready
for the i'iibIi. From day to
day our huninoHH incrutiKo.
We ure kept moving from
morning till night; not only
ouiwlvei hut the goods ore ;
what is 'he reason of it V Jfs
winiidy this: We have heen
tt.lft.Ljf tftl.tll.t ttf.ltf Ik .I JklBll.fttll
M IIIC7f;i 111 V 'l IIE3 ri V'lllf IIIJ ,
we have talked ah ait judi
cious h y'mg, until nt last you
realize t"ut you ran ivul'y oh
tniu (li'st'Oluss goods of us nt
priooi you would pay for
shoddy goods elsewhere. "We
end them Quick Salon and
-mall Profit Prices, which
mean- in plain Knglish that
there i no such t iug as jut
the 8ii me go ids for lows mon
ey. You leulie it; every
body reali.cs it ; hence our m
cr. used hu-hn 8. .JudicioU"
humors, shrewd htiyers, t oso
that appreciate the best goods
for the least money, are th
ones y.'tt see napping u
new goods ns Innt as the'
ou the counters 1 ney
the class of huveis wi
This week ymi will lind a
cnuino Hargain counter load
ed down v. it h cm.icos (.ist;
HAMS, OIUIANDIK-, Ctrl TON
OIIAU.II.S, HIIAWI.S, KTC,
ktc ; come and louk at them
ami if you d-m't think they
are the host jooris for the
money don't Uiy them.
gjj- Hae vou counted up
the Sales Checks vou have i
ceived fiom ih yetr
J3f Kt-MKMIIKK, we keep
open nights from JNttur.lay,
Dec 15th, till the Holidays
R. F RIILKliS &. CO.
APPLICATION I-Ok TfcNDERV.
ltritlr.Ii hhln (I mil
I rui'iilrn to thu
vnr." In nrcurduncu wllli tliu ri'idiiini'lid-
Htluim ot riurvfyum' Iti-pon, wliuili nuiv
Ijo iL-en at thu otlluii ot the uiidrrxlHiii'ii.
TemlHtB 10 li rftutlvnly fur:
I- Knll, tn I'U Hiipi'll- d lit (or lumilltij
2 Hump, MhiiIIu nml Who llopo, nnd
IHiiukH, fur .litlidlni; mid riinnliiK riKKl'iri
H-Mnl, Irim Wnrk. cto.
Hucli Tend r will Im recelwd nt the
Olllc- of tln tin umiKiifd up to li u. in.
Tl,Ti:ilVY, ILwiiiIht is Ih'll.
THho. ii. ii.vvii:s .t id., i.'n,
l'-'l.l 1'or l.lo.d'H Ai-nt.
i N AD J )UKNi:i HKMI.ASNIIAI.
yrJuiL'UtlMH of t tin llo.ird ol Tflln I'fa of
tliu Ol'KKN'f HllMl'IT.M, Mill III lltdll t tllO
Honpltul I ulld iik on W'KDNKfillA Y, tliu
llitn .Hiv of DicijuiI) r, nt IliUo'tl ulc a. h.
V. A. M'llAKl'fll.
h ii i-t'iry
Hi noli. Iu. IMj. I.i, IMil. I'-'l.'l'lt
Billiard Table For Sale
I.V.l-l I'iiniKr run A H'i .
I XTIMTIIKU Till: 'Ml' ain .Jf
ft, x$ $&$t f .kit .Vm,Vi.;i
I hy thu cruvr. ijij-:u
TBITIIKU TUB UAI'IAIV Milt rill".
To Plantation Managers.
The following letters received from hr. Jno. A. Scott, Atana
ager Hilo Sugar Co., refer to the Aveky Fertilizer Distribu
tors and Stubble Diggers, for which the Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. are sole agents. Mr. Scott first saw these implements
at the Columbia Exhibition in Chicago, and was so favorably
impressed with their appearance that he immediately ordered
samples shipped to the Hilo Sugar Co. Atr. H. Deacon, Atana
ger for Pepeekeo Sugar Co., secured one each of these inple
meiits from Atr. Scott and expressed his satisfaction with (hem
in the letter published herewith:
Pki'kekeo, Aug. 8, 181)1.
J. A. Scott,
ll-tu Sir: -In reply to ynura iu rotation to tho "Avory" Stubblo Diggers
nuil tfurtilizur Distributor.
1 would say that I have Imkmi usiug tho Diggers almost constantly sinco
t recoitvil.thiMii, and am highly pleasud with thorn. An tho namo aigtiiuV,
1 unci iit"tn gptviany auapieu 10 mo work 01 loosoning tho soil about rat
toon stools, and thov may bo mod to groat advantngo oithor boforo or
aftor tho Fortilizr Distributor., thurotiy putting tho rattoou Holds Iu tho
rory bust condition for a rapid growth. Thoy aro a light draft machlno,
and t would recommend thorn to any plantation owner.
Tho Forlilizor Distributor is a groat labor saving machlno, aud I find
that I shall need ono more to Gil our requirements hero.
1 romaiu, yours respectfully,
(Signed) It. Deacon-.
Manager for Pepeekeo Sugar Co.
Wainaku, Hilo, Aug. 0, 1891.
M11. H. It. Hksduy, Honolulu.
Drat Sir: In reply to your enquiries regarding tho working of tho
"Avory' Stubblo Diggers aud Forlilizor Distributors. I would say that I
have beou using tho Diggers for some months and have dug some oight
hundred acres of stools with thorn, thoroughly loosening tho soil In and
about tho roots, thus giving thorn anoxcollont opportunity for many moro
shoots lo come forth than usually do. And I find that there is a thicker
stand of cauo where it has been stubblo dug. Thn machine works In for
lilizors ou rat toon stools without any further hand labor, mixlug them
thoroughly with tho soil aud allowing t hem to gel to tho roots of the
The Fertilizer Distributors I have had at work for ioiih time and I
have fertilized ntcut four hundred acres with thorn thin far nnd thoy aro
doing all tho makers claim for them, distributing the frtiUzr hi au oven
manner ou each side of tho cano aud in whatever quantity doird. They
aro a good labor saving machlno and aro doing thn work of suvoral moii.
ThoiM) machines aro of light draft aud strongly made and there is mil Mug
liablo to get out of order. lean fully recommend these to plantation
owuors. 1 remain, yours trulv,
(Signed) Jons A. Scorr,
Manager llilo bugnr Co.
We received by the Alameda a carload of Avery & Sons' Im
plements which include Ferlilizer Distributors, Stubble Diggers
and Improved Sugar Land Cultivators. The latter has solid
discs and shovel attachments. They are admirably adapted for
use in the soil here and will be found necessary on every plan
tation. The Fertilizer Distributor is arranged to work on land where
the furrows are irregular with the same facility as where they
Any information regarding these machines will be furnished
on application to
THE HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
IMI'ORTICIIH, WIIOI.K8AI.K AM) Itl.TAll. DKM.KICH IS
Havana, Manila, Mexican and American Cigars.
HOLiISTBR te OO.
Cor. Fort and Morohant Streets.
J f 3'ou
aiu in iicl'i
17."). We dulivur
the city. -:-
Temple of FashioD
51 JPort Street
m Deeeiuber 1, 181)1, we will begin our
ANNUAL CLEARANCE SALE
Tliu Kiiu uill fiiiUliuiK tlur iik tlu BNTIIIK MOSTII OK DKi'KM
1IKII. '1 lit) llotntif iu lii) ill:j until of, t'liii-lst of
Dry & Fancy Goods, Dress Goods, Etc.
BootH, Sl.oo-i and Gont's FuruiHliiug OoodK.
r An In.iif'imu As(irliiunt of TOYH KOIl (UIHHTM AH J
I m:. Ot. BILVA, - Proprietor.
307 Fort Street, Honolulu.
frmii nil tlifilM Lr tril
Karl'Tlo Iu the United
Kljf Hlnj; up Tulenh hub
to nil parts of
-: - -:-
Union Feed Co.,
TImI Meet All Demands
N. S. SACH,
520 F'ort St
Come and mc Our Iniiuunxu Variety of Fancy
Xowitics snitahle for
Xmas and New Year's Presents
A CIIOH'B A8S0KTMBNT OK
Silk Drapes, Lace Tab:e Runners, Ltca Scarfs,
AT i:XOKlTIONAI.I.Y LOW PJIICK8.
Kims, TIaid Jiagu Piuyes and Card Cases
l.V OltBAT VAKIBrY.
Laco Bod Spreads, Piunh Scarfn, Fancy Tab'o Covers,
L'cliil nnd AcccpUblfi I'rustiits.
Liiil'cs' rra Ml Vests, L! W 81 Hose,
Inillc' 0Mnwnrk HHk linn In White, llUrk and Bliade of Tan.
Novelties in Siivar Warn! Ldle' Fine Partsolil
m. DON'T r'MUIKT Till. ilTri.B KOI.K8I 1
Ghildien's Dreises, Capes and Cloaks I
I-nc nnd .Silk ll'iru't:, CI IMn'tiV Kuu, l'ltratoU, Ktc, Ktc, Ktc.
A mint Coiupli-ip SitH'k mul I.itmt IVnIih, nnd prlrr ttmt will mtonlxli yon.
I.ndlrn' I'lni' Wlr'u UriiuiK'd ft h llilidkc'i'liliti ) $i r ilntcii.
I. illik' Wli l ISnilim ilcttd llnnd vlilflu IThi eirh or $ '.'Hi iloton.
L.dli'a S.lk II indkiii'lilrf, rinlt oldeiii; for 15c n ilupwnrds.
Gtntlfnuii's Sik Umbr.,ilis, Si k Ntg'ige Shirts and Pjamasl
(lonilonmii ii l'ln N'n'k Wmr. p rll nritiiln.
OentiMiian'h S ik I. on nil (! I ml Itoili-r lliiii'kircli'ef.
(kiiMi'in) ,'iHllk lliui'ik nMili'f. at ivV:. vnuli or f ..3 1 dotnn.
Uvntluniiin'ri Klur Line i llutidLi chlt'i, fnlioy Uinlcr; hi $:t "i per doiru.
Silks ! Silks ! Silks !
Sl'KOIAI. MAIU1.VIN I
Wo linve Ji-nt It ctlvi-t H. S I'cntnln" a l.irRH Tnrolco ot
Solid Colors and
Fancy Striped Silks 1
Holnt Col r Iu n.l ilu li'lluit- Hlmdci mid I'r.tty Htrlpoi. Wo
ttitVr lli) hutir- I ii
F-OFH O OH5TSTTS J. "YJiRTD
HIRES' ROOT B3BR.
TT IS A HOMi:.Ml)i: AND IIOMKMAK1NO IIKVKUAUE.
L It is very e.tnily pnijoirril, ami if tlui pluiu ilirt'i'tiona itro
folluwi-tl, it will iilw ho noiul. Kvory mumhor of thn family,
from Din li.ihy to tin- ttr.iiiilf.thtT. i-un i-njuy IIikkm' lloor IIkkii,
mul i-M-ry oin- of ilit'in will huie Imtti-r hwillh for euoli nwiilluw
they tuko. It improves tho niputilu, purities thu hlood, mul
tiinur tlm wlmlo ryhtom. ("liiUlrin iici'iiilly iluliylit in Hiiikh'
Hoot Ui;i;it. Itn iiri'p.iratiuii intermix tliuni, nnd iti tuo Uood
ilium iiuil. In tliHii-.unU ol liunit'd, "HntKb' Hoot IIkkh that
iiintliur iiimlo," will ho uiiuiiig tlm liuppicst rocolloctioiib of
cliilillinod li rlc.iiiM tlit- cVHti m uf tliu piiipiinoiu lnimorrj Hint
iluM'lop in kiiliioy nml miliary tlii-uutfou, nml in fuut, in any cuso
lli.it urine fiom an iinpuio btulo uf tho liluoil.
DixliiTctly iiiiiiTilHiiil1liiiKt' Hoot Ui.kk Im wiilmiit mlulte
ration or .my I'lu'inlcil m art illoi.il admixture -wu provo it it is
niiiilu in uur open l.tilnir.ilory. No sfiact pmi't'es. Wo tako tho
licet IIuiIm ami HooU, hoil ilmiu iluwu, hottlo tliuni nml semi
tlicin to you, IVrliupi tiiuro i-n'l inn.tlior Koot liner l.ahora
lory inlln'iouniiy upon to pulitie t. Kvnrylmily knows Hiiikh'
lloor IIi.kii olii'iiiiii.ils can't approa.-h iialuiu. Will yon uso
uuiur.il Hmt licnr ami r.ilirfy your tliin-l nml stniiKtlion ymii
IumI v, in will )un ii.h .niilk'i.il Uniii Hut to sao a fow puunius
ami ruin youi liealih? l'l'io is luu timer as miioh IllliK.s' Hoot
11ki:ii xolil il'iin all other 1! mi II. or uxtniou combined.
Hiiiiitox Diti-ti CtiMi'ANv WholuHiilo DruggiHtii
HiCNstiN, Smith iXr Com pan v 4
lloi.MKi'Kii Ditmj (Jompanv, Ltd.. ..
Jii;vis oi vvumpanv , Groccru
- . GOODS !
and SaMsfj All Wants
- - XXoziol'ul'U..
,41'KOIAI. 11 AKO Al. SHI
at All Times