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THE AITILItlClN JlAnKKNTlNfc IUM
fiABB nIUNI OUIWAHD,
Uncle Nntn'H Men I.nnd for Drlll-A
Wntcrfrnnt Ncmp-Tlie W. II.
The steam-roller wa At work at the Inter
Island wharf this morning.
The bark 8. C. Allen received an Instalment
of sugar from tlio steamer Kauai tods).
Tlie barkcntlne 8 N. Cattle la discharging
her Inward cargo at Custom House whari.
Inspector Necdham Is captain of tlio day
watch of the Customs forcu for this month.
Tomorrow, high tide large 0.22 pm; high
tide small n in; low tide large 4:!!0 n mj
low tide small 7:5i pm.
The James Makce has received her new
boiler, and the mechanics ore at work on thu
details lu the engine room.
A company of sailors from the U. 8. 8.
Adams laudtd for drill this murulug with
llotchktss and gatllug guns
President Dnlo and a party of gentlemen
SAlled out to the vicinity of the stranded bark
Gainsborough In the yacht Helenc yesterday
Several schooners went to the liatk Gnln-
borough to rccilve coal and oilier tilings
from the Micck. The opinion along the
waterfront Is that Allen it Itoliiuion will
make a good thing out of their venture.
There was n little scrap aboatd thu steamer
Cl&udlne yesterday betwtcn a native and a
Portuguese, In which the former came oul
second best. The native was half drunk, and
called tlio dark-skinned Portuguese some very
hard HAmes, when the latter thought It lime
to"'go at him." No onu Intcrfeied, and the
native was punished severely.
The barkentlnclringard sailed today with a
full cargo of Bugar and other produce for
San Kranclsco. The domestic produce was
valued at tG,W.4) and the foreign produce
at $157.50. 'I he sugar was shipped as follows:
V Atichaiitr A: Co, NiCU hairs; C Brewer
Co, B509 bogs; Castle & Cooke, 204 bags. The
Hawaiian Fruit it Packing Co, shipped 7sl
cases pineapple, valued at 3ISU3.
Wlicn the pump well aboard the barkcntlne
W. 11. Ulinonu w as sounded lust night, thu
water was found to ho fourteen Inches. It
was pumped out, but this morning a leak
was found at the water line near the stern
pot between tlio 12 nnd l'l fiet marks. The
part of the cargo of Miliar In the after part
of the vessel was unloaded at Oceanic dock
today, so the link could he stopped Capt.
Nllsou Is not sine whether he will he able to
sail tomorrow or not. IheDliinoud was about
ready for sea.
Tuesday, Sept. 1.
Stmr W 0 Hall, Sltncrsou, from Maul and
Tcesuat, Sept. I.
Stmr Claudine, Cameron, for Maul poitt
StmrMtkahala, Uaglund, for Kauai ports.
Am bktn Irrogard, Schmlt, for San Fran
cisco. PASSENGERS DEPARTED.
For Molokal, per stmr Mokolll, Aug. 31
Mrs O W Lincoln.
For Kuunl, per stmr Ke.iuhou, Aug. 31
J U Dame, liieo Wo. II, l)r Mltjinuru, Mr
Dtddell, A Iitiduninti, .Miss Hush, MU Bur
man. TESSEL8 LEAVING TOMORROW.
Stmr Kauai, Drului, for Kllauea. Kauai, at
4 p m.
OAitaocs rnoji island torts.
Ex stmr Llaudlno OiltU bags sugar, 114
bags potatoes. S hags corn, 1 horse, 81 head
cattle, !S bogs, bl) pkgg sued.
KOKKMi.N VK33EI.8 EXPECTED.
Vessels hero iroin Duu
Ger bk J C Glitde, I.herpool, ...Novembers
Am schrTraiiidt, s F, Duu
Am bk Foiest Queen, Pt Gamble, Due
King Bros. Intent consignment
of picture f mines 1ms tnkou tho
town by storm. Tlio do3igns nro
elegant, np-to-dato nnd of tho
M. A. Peixoto, propnotor o tho
Union barber shop, next to the
Art Gallery, guarnuteos to give a
shavo tlmt will innko your hair
curl with joy.
Meohtuiios' Homo, corner Hotel
and Nuuunii streets, lodging by
day, week or month. Torms: 26
and CO contu por night $1, and
S1.25 nor vrouk.
lienutiful, artistic, accurnte,
charming island viows at King
Bros. Every prominont point on
tho islnndfi is photographed by us
and painted by tlio IiPBt of our
If you want to frame anything
in tho vory bost manner; if you
want your frame to hurmonize
with your picture; if you want the
best nnd most tasteful framo in
tho market, go to King JJros.
Kroegor Pianos, swootest in tono,
Jas.W. Uerpfitrom, ln agent, crtBh
or installments. Warorooins at
G. West's, Masonic Temple. Of
fico at Thrum's Hook Storo. Tun
ing and repairing. B Tele
Singers load tho world. Over
13,000,000 made and sold. High
est awards at tho "World's Colum
bian Exposition forexcnllonco of
construction, regularity of motion,
oaso of motion, grout speed, ad
justability, durability, oaso of
learning und convenience of ar
rangement. 13. Borgersen, agent,
King and Bethel streets.
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HOW IT IS DONE.
The Middle Aged Mnu and III Mission ou
This Groat Karth,
A look of serious meditation rests up
on tlio faco of tlio middle aged man
who stands at the intersection of two
important thoroughfares and gazes in
silenco at tho ground before him.
Ho is plainly but comfortably dressed j
his features aro bronzed, and his sun
burned hands boar tho marks of toil.
Citizens pass and repass, rot ho heeds
them not. Tho roir of trnfflo is nil
about him, but apparently ho docs not
hear it. His thoughts nro far away.
Who shall say that thoughts are not
things? Who knows but that tho proc
esses of tho mind loavo lasting traces
upon nu environment now unseen, but
m real as tho vlsiblo und tangible thing
wo cull matter, and that somo day,
when tho veil is rent asunder and tho
spiritual cyo looks forth upon a new
universe, it will tco in changeless forms
tho real and substantial results of thoso
mental processes nnd But tho man is
Slowly ho stoops.
Ho picks up something from tho
Ho holds it in his hand and looks at
Then ho steps forward.
Thero is a lcisuroly dignity in his
movements that well may chiillengo tho
attention of tho student of American
institutions and movo him to reflection
upon tho effects of thoso institutions up
on tlio national character.
Ho stoops again.
Ho places carefully upon tho ground
tho object ho has carried in his hand. J
Picking up an iron implement, ho
brings it down onco, twice, thrice, upon
Then ho straightens up, drops tho im
plement of iron and resumes his con
tctnpkitivo gazo downward into tlio
bowels of tho earth.
Ho is an employeo of tho street do
partment. Ho is laying a pavement. Chicago
The Rattled llrldccroom.
A minister in Columbus says that
women havo moro uervo than men as a
rulo. This, ho says, is especially tho
enso when it comes to mairying. Somo
timo sinco ho was called to marry a
young couplo in what might bo called
tho aristocratio circle. Tlio young man '
was very much excited, but was trying
to put on u bold faeo for tho emergency.
To show that ho was not frightened in
tho least ho concluded to nsk tho minis
ter if it wits customary to kiss tlio bride.
After stuttering for somo timo ho final
ly broko out, "Is cussing kistomary?"
Tho minister kindly informed him that
it was not under tho circumstances, and
tho young man was led to tho altar liko
a lamb. Mansfield Shield.
"Juno, if any ono calls, toll thorn I
am not at homo."
"If you think I'm going to tell n lio
for you, mum, you make a great mis
take You must toll them yourself."
Fashions In Jewelry.
Pearls nro in greater demand than
over and nro largely used for necklaces.
All kinds of fnncy colored stones aro
worn, including carbunolcs, peridots,
amethysts, topazes, turquoises nnd
above all sapphires.
Birthday watches claim attention.
These have dials enamolcd with tho
flower of tho mouth or set with the
Opals remain fusbionablo and cer
tainly lend themselves well to tho lapi
Flowers and scrolls represented in
brilliants aro arranged as a pendant,
which is also adapted for wearing in
tho hair or as a brooch.
Tho peculiar grccus and blues that
prevail in dress fabrics aro shown in
enamels on gold and silver.
Novel Window Heron.
A beautiful novelty for n window
Errcen is mailo of bilk bolting cloth.
This is intended to hang closo to tho
window, aud upon its transparent bur
faco may ho painted n broad effect in
wnter colors, embodying n border of
conventional design, using alternately
salmon pink, blue, iudia red, tawny or
foxy brown and gray, outlining in long
stitches of silk in nppropriato colors.
Iusido of this border may bo woiked a
design iu water lilies, witli foliago
painted and worked in silks, the wnter
suggested by broad touches of gray blue,
with an occasional gleam of silver
thread. Theso aro but suggestions of
what may be dono with this species of
screens, as there aro many elegant ma
terials and combinations of color, but
all depend for their beauty on tlio artis
tio mnko up and tho raro qualities of
their embroidery. Decorator aud Fur
nisher. Xicely furnished roomB Jat tho
Popular TIouso, lfil Fort street,
from S1.00 per wcok up.
Lowly, bat Honest.
fcftU t0 W (WWWWftm
3 Two Stores on Nuuanu street.
4 Four Lots 011 Magazine Hill, 75x120.
From $J50 to J500 each.
fc Lot oa llackfcld street, 60x100.
G A Choice Residence on Lunalllo street,
having nil modern Improvements.
7 A Desirable Residence at Maklkl.
Grounds well laid out. Easy terms.
8 Four Houses and Lots ou Punchbowl
street, all rented at a monthly rental of f 105.
This property Is 24t)feeton Punchbowl strce.
with n depth of 222 feet running to the drill
grounds or armory, with a frontage on same
lor 4 or 5 more cottages. The central loca
tion or thu property makes It most available.
U House and Lot on Kinau street. Lot
TOxIOu ft. This property will be sold at cost
and Is an excellent bareain for a home seeker,
Iho house Is elegantly finished and of the
best workmanship und materials. There Is n
carriage house and barn on the premises and
thu yard Is well laid out with fruit and orna
10 A Fine Residence centrally located,
containing i5 rooms. Lot laox'JUO n. Two
small cottages on the lot bringing In good
11 ftl Acres of Und In Kallhl valley, (Wal
klki side). stream of water lions along
this land. A bargain
12 ,')) Acres of Hest Colleo Land In Puna.
Hawaii, seicn miles from ltep. Itycroft's
Large Colfcc Plantation. Thu above land
Is held In fee simple. AIo, 'Ml years lease 011
ISO acres adjoining above with n prlvltrgool
IS years more. Price f .',000.
1 1 A (Jorcmodloasllcstdcnco on Ilasstngcr
street, (Uted with all modem conveniences. Or
will trade lor suburban property.
10 House and Lot on llerctanla street.
House contains 0 rooms, and all modern con
veniences. Lot 85x145.
17. Flue Residence on Rcrctanla street.
For further particulars Inquire nt my olllee.
IS. A House ami Lot ou Vomm strcit.
ID House and Lot corner Victoria and
llcretanla streets, opposite Thomas square
bouse contains 0 rooms. Size of lot 10Ux2UO.
Ul House end Lot on Young street near
tho residence ot the Rev. Mr. 11 dc. Lot
110x140. House contains eight rooms.
22 Small House and Lot on Kcaumoku
street. Lot 50x100.
23 Pearl City Property.
21 Desirable Tract of Coffeo Land on Ha
v.ull. 25 Two Stores on Kuuanu st, opposlto Ku
kul lane, nlso three lodnlng houses In the
rear of said stores containing 2u rooms In all.
The above paj s 10 per cent, and Is leased to
responsible parties for a term of years.
20 A most Desirablo Homo on Thurston
avenue. Large grounds and beautiful flow
er gulden; houso furnished throughout in
hard wood with all latest improvements.
Excollcnt view of the city nnd ocean, and
one which cannot ho out oil.
27 Large Lot nud Commodious Dwel
Iingon Green Street, commanding an un
obstructed viow of tho city nnd harbor. No
choicer rcsidonco is to bo had iu tlio city
oven by tho most fastidious.
23 A New House ol seven rooms with
electric lights throughout, bath, patent V
C, servants' quarters and stables. Ono block
from car line at Punahou.
20- Only ten of those Lots left near
Kainehameha school, from$25o to tOoo each.
SO Two Houses and Lots on Llllha street.
Ill An IS Acre Tract of Laud at Kallhl
suitable for dividing up Into building lots.
J!2 A House and Lot on Alakca strei t.
MA llcautlful Building Lot at Kallhl,
HKnSOO, cleared, fenced and water laid on.
SI A Gently Sloping Lot on Thurston
avenue, 240x125, having a frontaco on Green
street of 105 feet, and commanding a bird's
eye view of the city and harbor.
.15 A Lot 011 Alexander street, adjoining
residence of Clans Spreckels.
ill Elegant Ikacb Property nt Wnlklkl.
:-Thu only CIIOICK LOT left at Maklkl.
It adjclns the residence of J A Gllmiiu uud
the residence sltei of W L Hopper, II Laws,
and Dr Wood.
40 A Leae of a Hotel centrally located
and completely furuUhed. A good pa lug
42 Lot 75x150 New housu of 8 rooms,
elegant y finished', servants quarters, cairlago
house, stables, e;c, at the corner of Alapal
and IJuuiiy Kt.eets. Good view of thu orcun.
4- Tluee houses of I! rooms each, all rent
ed to good tenants. Lot 1( 0 feet on Dero
tanla street by a depth of 200 feet through to
Ktuau stiLCt, and a uoutngo oil the hitter
street of loo feet. Good opjiortuult for In
vestment. 44 Lot on Maklkl street, 7Axilo Cheap.
45 llousu and lot on Peterson Lane, Pa
lama. Hoiiho contains (S room. Lot 75x110.
40 Dm clllnir Hoiicc of U rooms, fitted with
all modern conveniences. Lot UTjxllO,
Situated at Palamu,
47 Vacant Lot on Walklkl Road, 100x110.
43 llousu and Lot on Nuuanu street.
Houso contains clht furnished rooms.
Very conveniently located near thu business
center of tho city.
Notici:: I can Negotiate Loans on any of
tho above properly lor purchasers desiring
same ut fiom 60 to 75 per cent of the value.
lWai chouse on Esplanade.
2 A Storo on Fort street next to Club
3 A Furnished Cottage In n good location
for two or thteu months.
4-House nnd Lot, 100x230, on Lane off
School street, adjoining Kituhivvela school
house. 1'urlor, 3 bo ir oins, dining-room,
kitchen, pantry, bathlKmso, enrringo house,
stablo uud outbuilding, Rent $30 pur
5- A Beautiful Summer Residence at the
Peninsula, Penrl City, completely furnished:
five rooms uud servant's quarters. Will lent
cheap to H desirable tenant. The lot Is over
an acre In sle and well laid out, and com
mundA a beautiful view of the harbor,
0 More lloom, BOxltJ, ?25 per month,
ditveway Into It. Bcrttunla street, rear of
City Feed Store.
7 Piece ground !!0 feet front, on llcreta
nla street, next to City Feed Store. Will
erect good stoic ou grouud and lease 5 years
at i'M per uiOulb.
8 A Furnished Resldenco on King street
In a deslrahlo locality.
0 A Partly Furnished Residence at Wnlkl
kl, next to thu residence of J M McChesuev.
Will rent by the month or will lease to a
desirable patty. Fine sen bathing.
A. V. GEAR,
210 King street.
"When you aro down on your
luck and feel as if tho world was
cold, hard and dreary, just stop
into tho Criterion saloon and put a
roso-colorod tint on everything by
imbibing a glass of Seattle
SEPTEMBER 1, 1896.
Steamers of tho abovo Lino running in connection with tlio
CANADIAN PACIFIC RAILWAY
JJotwoon Vancouver, U, O., and Sydney, N. S. W and calling at Victoria, B. O.
Honolulu nnd Suva (Fiji),
.A-IKE ZJ-OTE -AJI1 KCODSTOXjTTXjTT
On or about tho dates below stated, viz.:
From Sydney and Suvn, for Victoria and
Vancouvor. It. O.I
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" Soptembor 24 1
8tmr"MIOWEKA" October 24
Stmr "WARR1MOO" November 24
Stmr "MIOWEHA" December 2t
Through Tickets issued from Honolulu to Canada,
United States nml Europe.
PnniQUT AND PASSUNOEK AOENTfl!
I). MoNicoll, Montreal, CnutiJu,
Robkut Kkub, Winnipeg, Canada.
M. M. Stern, San Francisco, (Jal.
G. MoL. Buown, Vancouver, B. O.
Australian Mail Service-
For San Francisco:
The New and Fine Al Steel Steamship
" Mariposa "
Of tbo Oceunio Steamship Company will
bo duo nt Honolulu from Sydney and
Auckland on or about
Sept. 1 7, 1896.
And will loavo for tbo abovo port with
Mails and Passengers on or about tbat
For Sydney and Auckland:
Tbo New nnd Fine Al Steo Steamship
Of tho Ocenuio Steamship Company will
bo duo ut Honolulu from San Francisco
on or about
Sept. 24, 1896.
And will havo prompt despatch with
Mails and Passengers for tho above ports.
Tlio undersigned aro now prepared
Through Tickets to All L'oints
iu tho Uuitoil States.
EgpFor further particulars regarding
Froight or Passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO., L'd,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
from S. F.
Sopt. 4, 1890.. .
Sept. 28, 1890.
for S. F.
..Sept. 9, 1800
...Oct. 3, 1800
From San Francisco From Sydney for
for Sydney. San Francisco.
Arrive ITonoluhu Leate Honolulu.
Alimieila, Sept24,'0O I Mnriiiosn,Septl7,0G
Mnriposo, Oct 22, '00 JIonowai,Oct 15'00
A LIFE SIZE
Quo Boson Phalo3 of the SlUs?
EIh tho LATEST OFFElt we havo
Portrait and Landscape
320 foit streot, near Merchant,
Custom House Brolcr aud Statistician
General Business Agent.
Oceanic Steamship Co.
Oceanic mm Co
From Vletorln nnd Vancouver, II. C, to
Huvn nnd Hydlluy:
. September 1C
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" October 10
Stmr "MIOWEHA" November 10
Stmr "WAIUUMOO" December 10
E2T For Freight ami PiiBsogo and all
Qoneral Information, apply to
THE0. H. DAVIES & CO., L'd
Agonts for the Hawaiian iHlnndB.
11 iiisanf yo
Occiflental & Oriental Steamship Co.
For YOKOHAMA and HONGKONG
Steamors of tho abovo Companies will
call at Honolulu on their way to tho
abovo ports on or about tho following
I StmrCoptio Sopt.2,1800
I Btmr llio do .Tnneiro Popt. 10, 1890
I Stmr City of I'oklngf. . . .Sept. 23, 18D7
For SAN FSAN01SC0:
Steamers of the abovo Companies will
cull at Honolulu on their way from
Hongkong nnd Yokohama to tho abovo
port on or nbout tuo follownig dates:
Stmr Doric Sept. lfi, 1890
Stmr China Sept. 25, 18'IG
Htuirl'oru Oct. 12, 1890
Hates of Passage are as follows:
TO TOKO- TO nONQ.
Oobin 81C0.f0 817C.00
Cabin, round trip, 4
months 225.00 202.50
C-ibin, round trip, 12
mouths 202.50 810.25
J '.n ropeau Stcerago .... 85.00 100.00
C3TPasseugers paying full faro will bo
1 flowed 10 peicent oft" return faro if ro
1 aruing within twelvo months.
CSrPor Froight and Passage apply to
H. HACKFELD & CO
c. l. wianr, Pros. s. n. kose, See
Capt. J. A. KINO, PortSupt.
Will leuvo Ilouoliilu nt 10 a. m., touching at
Lnhuhm, Maulncti Day and Miikeua tbo
siuuu (by; Mubulionu, Kawiiilmo uiul Lau-
imlioolioo tho following duy, arriving at
lilo tho Bamo evening.
LEAVES HONOLULU. ARnlVES HONOLULU.
Tuesday Sopt. 8
Friday Sept. 18
Tuesday ...Sept. 29
Friday Oct. 0
Friday Sept. 4
Tuesday ...Sept. 15
Friday Sept. 25
Tuesuuy Oct. 0
Returning, will leave Ililo at 1 o'clock
F. 51., touching at Laupahoohoo, Mabu
kona and Kuwaihao n'liuo day) Makena,
Maalaca Day and Labaina tho following
day; arriving at Honolulu tho afternoons
of 'luesday and Fridays.
Will call at Pohoiki, Pnna.
J8F"Wo Freight will be received after
12 noon on day of sailing.
Will leavo Honolulu Tuesday at Sr.M.i
touching at Kuhului, Iinna, Ilainoa and
Kipahulu, Maui, lietuming arrives at
Honolulu Sunday mornings.
Will call at Nun, Kaupo, on second trip
of each month.
SNo Freight will bo received after
r. m. on itay ot sailing.
This Company will rebcrves tho right to
mako changes in tho time of departuie and
arrival of its steainois without notice aud
it will not bo responsible for any conse
quences arising therefrom.
CouBiguees must bo at tho Landings to
receive their Freight; this Company will
not hold itself responsible for freight after
it has been landed.
Live Stock only at ownor's risk.
This Company will not bo responsible
for Money or Valuables of passongcrs
unless placed in the care of Pursers.
Passengers aro requested to purchaso
tickets befoio embarking. Thoso fulling to
do so will bo subject to an additional
ohargo of twenty-live per cent
To Let or Lease.
THE nESlDENOE OF MRS. Aj LONG,
one mile from postofQce. Large house with
fnrniture Four bed rooms, parlor, large
dining room, paulry, kitchen, bath rooms,
hot and cold water, with patent closets,
servant houses, stables, horso paddock,
pardon and trees. A charming location.
Apply to J ALFRED MAGOON.
tf Merchant st noxt l'ostofflcos
11 in 11 nNi 1 1
Pioneer Building and
As3cl8 July, 1S0G, $106,646.16'
Money Loaned on Approved Security,
A Savings Bank for Monthly Deposits.
Houses Built on the Monthly Installment.
Thirteenth Series of Stook now open.
For further particulars apply to
A. V. GEAR, Soorotnry.
Chamber of Coiumerco llooms. J'
Office hours, 12:30 1:30 P.M. 373-tf
Genoral Manager of
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society
Of tho United States for tho Hawaiian
Owen Merchant street, Honolulu.
ATLAS -:- ASSURANCE-:- COMPANY"
Assets, - - - $10,000,000.
H, W. Schmidt & sons,
Agonts for tho Hawaiian Inlands.
JOHN T. LUND,
Instrument -:- Maker,
Jlicyclo repairing and nickel plating a
Gold, Silver aim Bronze Electroplallng.
130 FOOT ST. i : : TtL.C07.
BRASS SIGNS MADE TO ORDER.
C. B. DWIGHT
Takes contracts for all kinds of STOXE
WORK, monument work, ctinnut nud
stone didewalks and curbing. I havo on
hand tho best Hawaiian Btone, Ohincso
granito, oto. Fine stone for monumental
work. Estimates given aud lowtst prices
assured. Telephone 833.
Consoliflatecl Sola Water Co., LI
Corner Allen & Fort Sts., Honolulu.
HOLLISTER & CO.,
DAVID K. BAKER,
in oris t,
Nuuanu Volloy, abovo the Mausoleum.
All orders given prompt and faithful ut
teution. No extra charge for delivering
Flowors to any part of the oity. Leis,
Mountain Greens and Carnations a spe
Hawaiian and Foreign Mrd aud Animals
mounted In the hist manner, unlng the latest
methods only. Hotel St near Dr McGrew.
Hotnl St.. nnr Fort. Tel. 302.
Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTIONEER AND 8TOCK UKOKER
No. 45 Queen Street.
Export Appraiseniont of Real
Estnto and Furniture.
GONSLVES & CO,
WHOLESALE GROOEKS AND
225 Quoen streot, Honolulu, H. I,
M. S GRINBAUM & CO.,
Qneon street, Honolulu, and 215 Front
street, San Francisco, Cal.
General Merchandise and . .
. . Commission Merchants.
.M.' PHILLIPS & CO.,
Wholesale Impoitois and Jobbers of
European and American Dry Goods.
Tort and Queen Streets.
ALLEN & ROBINSON.
Doalors in Lmnbor and Coal
and Building Millennia of all
Queon Htroot, Honolulu,
Book and Job Printer,
Morohant Stroet, Honolulu, H. I,
Over Hawaiian Nows Company's
Book Storo. my 18, N
A. V. GEAR.
Telephone 2S0, : : : : No. 210 King St.
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