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Vol. VII. No. 1390.
HONOLULU, H. 1.. THURSDAY, DECEMBER 7, 1899.
Price 5 Oentb.
RULING ON THE STAMP FEE
Exchange of Wilcox Land for Brewer
Stock Raises the Point.
Attorney General Cooper Holds That Market
Value or Stock Shall Establish Stamp Fee
-Difficulties of Exchanges.
Attorney General Cooper today sent
to Mr. T. O .Thrum, registrar of con
veyances an Important ruling. Tho In
quiry of Mr. Thrum was concerning
It Is the law that tho stamp to bo at
tached to a document evidencing con
sideration or on account of considera
tion shall In slzo or amount bo pro
portionate to tho sum of tho transac
tion. Mr. Thrum has been puzzled very
often by exchange transactions of con
siderable magnitude and by trades In
which It happened that tho nominal
sum of $1 was mentioned a3 price.
Tho caso in point Is tho transaction
by which Chas. M. Cooko bought of O.
N. Wilcox that lino tract of land on
King street adjoining tho Mttlo Brlt
nln a Inclenendcnce nark tract of Mr.
Wright. The consideration was a largo
block of tho stock of tho old and sub
stantial corporation of C. Ilrowcr & Co.
This stocK Is listed on tho exchango
here, but tho dealings In It nro Infre
quent. Within n month or moro It has
been mentioned by ono broker only.
This Is a gilt-edged security and tho
list of all tho stockholders Is a com
paratively short ono.
Mr. Thrum wanted to know of At
torney General Cooper how ho should
fix tho stamp feo In tho caso of Drowcr
& Co., stock being used In lieu of cash
for tho purchaso of this land. Mr. Coop
er decides, nftcr deliberating and con
sulting authorities and looking up local
precedents or parallel cases that tho
amount of cash Involved, this being tho
sum fixing tho stam.p duty, shall bo
considered to bo of the total value of
mo stock at ts market rate or quotation.
It Is remarked by brokers and a num
ber of business men that It will bo ra
ther dldlcult to ascertain tho exact
vnluo of a stock In which Micro Js bo
llttlo trading as that of Brewer & Co.
In this relation It differs altogether
from almost any other security on tho
list of tho Honolulu Stock Exchange,
most of tho stocks being called In tho
course of three of four days or a week,
in taxing all corporations hem now tho
taxation valuo Is fixed with stock
worth simply ono of tho points used In
determining tho valuo of tho whole en
terprise. It may be that Messrs. Wilcox and
Cooko will ngreo upon somo sum to be
named In tho transaction Instead of
such and Biich a number of tho shares
of the stock of C. Drewer & Co.
UP IN A SPEEDY ELEYATOR
There Yflll Be Rapid Transit In the
New Tall Omce Building.
A Handsome Fireproof Structure Steel on the
Way From Nev York -Automatic Hose
Line-Office Suites Club at the Top.
A Dray Load of Coin
From the bank of UlBhop & Co., on
Tuesday afternoon there v:,ia sflnt to
the Huwallan Treasury the num of $75,
iioo In sliver coin. This had been po-
curcd somo tlmo ago In exchango for
gold and yesterday tho trade was made
for gold again. It has happened very
often this year that silver lun been
scarce not only on tho other Islands,
but right In Honolulu as well. Bishop
& Co. have been heavy Importers of
tho white coin and have at length pro
vided what promUcs to be a supply for
somo time. It is said that tho impor
tation of gold is moro oxpenslvo than
that of silver. Hawaiian silver cur
lency la becoming less every day. The
bulk of sliver in circulation hero is
from the Mainland. Much of tho Is
land whlto coin has been lost or mado
into Bouvenlr Jewelry. However there
Is a large quantity of now coin in tho
Hawaiian Treasury nspeclal deposits
Why 'They Desert?
It is not so common now for run
away sailors to seek employment on
plantations, tnougn most 01 mem on
first leaving their ships go Into tho
country for a fow days. Hut for per
manent engagement they seek to ship
on tho United States Army transports,
which aro usually short a few men or
lose a few here. Tho sailors who como
up from tho Colonies receive two
pounds ten a month sterling. It tho
men can got on transports they nro
raised to tho afiluenco of having J2.G0
and S3 a day, as men aro scarcer than
over at San Francisco. A number of
runaway sailors have this woek been
picked up by tho pollco and shipped on
deep water vessels.
Prof. Louis Marcus has severed his
Tho Stangcnwald Offlcc Building, a
plcturo of which was given In this pa
per yesterday, will, when completed In
tho early summer of next year, glvo
ino largest and handsomest building
between San Francisco and Sydney to
Work on plans for this block, which
Is to bo on Merchant street, next to
tho Judd building, was started nine
months ago In the offices of IMpley &
Dickey, iho well known architects. Tho
enterprise Is that of Messrs. L. A.
Thurston, A. W. Carter and associates,
who design to placo at tho disposal of
tenants a first class ofilco building with
tho best modern features.
Tho Stangcnwald block will bo fit-
proof. It will bo a steel structure, with
tho principal wood tho heavy oaken
doors throughout. Protection from flro
will consist of standplpes In which will
bo maintained heavy pressuro and to
which, will be attached lines of plpo
acting automatically In turning on tho
wntcr when unreeled. Mr. Fred Har
rison has built tho foundation. Much
of tho steel has been shipped from Now
York by Mllllken Bros., tho contract
ors, who nro putting up now most qf
tho metal plantation buildings through
out the group. Mr. Dlckoy, of tho firm
of lllpley & Dlckoy, Is on tho Coast
at present making contracts for work
and material out of the common hero.
Tho building will havo a mall chute,
will bo wired properly for telephones
and electric lights. A teaturo will bo
the high speed elevator, traveling 300
feet a minute, tho samo as tho lifts In
tho Masonic Temple at Chicago, whero
a Journey to the nineteenth story Is
mnde In a Jiffy. There will be steel
floor supports and steel for tho parti
Tho stylo of tho building is the Ital
ian renaissance. Tho main cornice ex
tends out over tho fifth story and
makes a balcony for the sixth. There
will bo on tho top story a logia, having
floor space of four feet of tho veranda
and four feet of the Interior. This lo
gin will be a room of tho Business
Men's Club that is to havo the whole
of the sixth floor, which Is specially ar
ranged for a club, Tho schemo of con
struction of tho building has tho neat
ness nnd utility Mint tho first floor may
bo occupied whllo work Is under way
pn tho second, nnd so on. Tho front
will bo of pressed brick.
Not nn inch of spaco about tho whole
structuro Is to bo wasted. In tho base
ment Is ono large room which will havo
flvo bicycle racks, tho wheels to bo run
down nn inclined plane from near tho
main entrance. There will, bo In tho
basement rooms for tho Janitor nnd
storage space and repair shop, elovator
machinery, pressuro tanks and a power
storago apartment. Tho first floor plan
shows quarters for a uank. Then the
floors up to tho sixth story are beau
tifully arranged for offices and a num
ber of attorneys, physicians and bo on
havo already selected their suites. The
club quarters Bhowa reception room
24x24 feet 3 inches, blllard room 23x23
feet 6 inches, dining room 21x59 feet C
inches, with adjustable partitions,
reading room, 16x21, kitchen, cold
storago, hat and cloak room, etc. On
every floor tho corridors aro wide and
the light ample.
As supply of material Is now assured,
work on tho Stangowald ofilco build
ing will proceed as rapidly as possible.
Mr? William Frazee, who for four
years nnd a half has been hi the
service of the Hawaiian Electric
company here, is to be appointed to
tn ei truirtnt ttftArij nt tit nninn.
ment Electric street lighting plant K
anJ will take charge of the works k
In Nuuanu Valley and the city lines 0
of wire In a few days. Mr. Stearns 3
Buck, who lias held the position N
since the letlrement of Mr. John $
Cassldv. goes to the Hawaiian Elec- ja
trie company, succeeding Mr. Theo. L
Hoffman as manager of the median- 0
leal department. Mr. Frazee is well g
known as a worthy citizen and has Fl
the confidence of a large circle of de
sirable acquaintances. He Is re
commanded outright by those with
whom he has been assoclaied In his
calling here. He came from San
Francisco with excellent letters
from one of the electrical companies
of that city.
The changes at the works of the
SAYS THERE WAS A GRUB
Robt. Rycroft Speaks ol Temporary Dis
aster to Coffee in Puna.
There Wa a Mysterious Attack on the Tree
Roots -Looking Bett'r Now -Puna and
Olaa Sugar Estates -At Elevation.
Representative Robert Rycroft, nn
old timer of this city and the Island of
Hawaii, Is again visiting Honolulu for
a time. Mr. Itycroft's nnmo Is closely
associated with all efforts during many
years for tho development of the agri
cultural Interests of tho big and pro
ductive Island where ho has his homo
and his prlnlcpal business Interests.
Ho was one of tho pioneers In coffee In
two or three districts and mado somo
of his plantations pay. Ho has gono
out of coffco in tho Puna district, hav
ing turned tho Innd over to tho new su
gar cano company. He Bays that the
1 Puna estate Is bound to bo ono of tho
W5 most successful of tho now enterprises.
S as tho soil In rich nnd tho water supply
Kl I 1,1 1. . 11.111 IT If I III! .1 III I I l.t I 1 VT V- I 111- 1
, 1 j usauruu, iur jiycruu says mm toneo
0 made next week, Mr. Hoffman go- failed In Puna not on account of tho
Sing out and Mr. Buck going In. In 0 locality or climatic conditions, but by
n hnrt tim. Mr Unffm-.n ...in reason of a mysterious pest attack-
WIW ! IUIIIIIKII ! .
make a trip to the
turning will branch
to co-operate with
States and re
out here with
in time a man
Mr. Buck In
HONOLULU ROUTE THE BEST
Shown By The Unfortunate Experience
of Animal Transport.
Comparison of Losses on tho Victoria i
Steamers That Made This Port-Disobeying
Orders But Showed Horse Sense.
J handling the extensive and varied
5 Interests of the Hawaiian Electric
will be brought from the coast.
connection wlMi tho Orpheum Theater
Company nnd will return to tho Coast
by the Mariposa which sails tomorrow.
Prof. W. n Sharn will Mils evening ro-
Biimo his old position as leader of tho
nrrhpntra. Tho musical department of
tho Wall, Nichols Co. will romaln under
tho Joint actlvo management ofrror,
W. K. Sharp and his brother F. II,
Sharp, as heretofore.
There will bo a meeting of tho Cnbi-
net tomorrow. Thcro will bo finally
nnnroved. for forwarding to Washing
ton the new plan of tho government
and tie Oahu Hallway for enlargement
of the harbor on tho iswa side.
A third and last effort is soon to bo as tho attraction,
mado to secure a, quorum for a meet-1 lng ovent.
ing 01 Uv nnWUMUU ivuiv jiDDUKiniiuu.
Hiram Bingham, Jr. and Degrees.
Hiram Bingham, Jr., who is now ono
of tho best known students at the Uni
versity of California, will not, as had
boon planned for somo tlmo, go In for
tho study of higher astronomy. It was
decided that his eyes could not stand
tho strain of tho necessary special work
calling upon tho sight powers. The
young man will pursuo studies in poli
tical economy and sociology, will take
his degreo at Berkeley and then go to
Columbia for a couplo of years for his
Ph. D. It may bo that Mr. Bingham
will go Into teaching In time. His
work at present Is satisfactory to tho
faculty and himself. His general
health is good ,ho having gained ten
pounds. Mr. Bingham is Just now mak
ing an extenslvo study of the subject
of municipal ownership of public utili
Papers for tho Incorporation of tho
Inter-Island Telegraph Co., Ltd., were
filed with tho government yestcrdny.
'ihls company holds the franchlso for
the use of tho Marconi wlrelesB teleg
raphy system In Hawaii secured by F.
Tho capital stock of tho company is
$100,000 nnd authority is asked to In
crease to $250,000. Tho assessable
stock has been subscribed and 15 per
cent paid In. Tho company asks for
tho right to ncqulro land for tho estab
lishment of its "wireless" stations and
to connect theso stations by means of
tho, usual telegraphic wires, with tho
central points at which messages will
bo received for transmission.
Tho temporary officers for purposes
of Incorporation are:
President J. II. Fisher.
Vice Presldont F. J. Cross.
Treasurer J. F. Morgan.
Secretary W. It. Farrlngton.
Auditor E. O. White.
Directors It. Catton, C. L. Wight.
W. H. Hooks, F. B. Grcanoy.
Ab soon as the application of tho In
corporators Is acted upon by tho gov
ernment, tho company will push tae
preparations for the installation of tho
system. All tho necessary material will
bo promptly purchased in order that
tho experts to bo sent out by Marconi
tho first of February may carry for
ward their work with tho greatest pos
Off lor Washington.
As Col. G. F. Llttlo of Hilo waved
farowclls with hU big black slouch hat
from tho deck of tho America Maru tho
other morning, as that vessel was
swinging away from tho wharf to head
for San Francisco, ho Bhoutcd that ho
would bo back and would bring some
thing back with him. Ho might havo
meant oxporlenco or somo new clothes
or somo agencies or somo law books,
but it is understood ho meant a com
mission ns a mnmber of Undo Sam's
official family in tho now Territory of
Hawaii. Tho Colonel will Incidentally
appear at Washington ns tho delegate
for ono of tho political wings of tho
Island of Hawaii. Legally ho will rep
resent ono of tho squatter companies.
lng the roots of tho trees. This vlsltn
tlon cost Mr. Rycroft nnd several other
growers n good deal of money, but Into
j ly signs of tho grub's work nro dlBap-
S-ln-uiiiiK unit ii id uunuvi'U null ill lllliu
Puna will produce coffee ns well ns Ha-
I Mr. Rycroft spenks enthusiastically
' concerning Olna ns a cano district. Ho
predicts that tho fields between tho
elghc and twenty-two mllo mnrks on
tho Volcano road will equal In bvery
way any In tho group. Ho remarks
that Mr. McStockcr is rapidly estab
lishing a most envlnblo rcnutntlon ns
n capablo manager. In commenting on
tho great Olna estate, Mr . Rycroft
makes somo remarks concerning alti
tude and cano growth that aro original
and Mint will bo surprising, particular
ly as having never been brought out
at any of the meetings of planters or lu
tho reports of experts. Ho says that
tho relation of altitude to enno growth
depends entirely on locality. In some
sections wind nnd fog mako an eleva
tion of oven 800 or 1,000 feet forbid
ding, whllo In other places, such as
Olaa, for Instance, it Is certain that
conditions favorablo to field flourishing
are evident nnd havo been demonstrat
ed up to not less than 2,000 feet. A
number of cane men to whom this Icv
was presented yesterday nnd today
coincided rally with It.
Mr. Rycroft Is one of tho men who
hns been through all sorts of times and
periods In Hawaii and who Is now moro
than ever confident Mint tho Islnnds
form whnt is to be for nil time ono of
tho greatest business nnd productlvo
communities or tho world
Tho fearful experiences of tho stock
transports Garonno and Port Stephens,
when they attempted to tako tho north
ern routo to Manila and finally wero
compelled to chango their courso and
put Into Honolulu, nro nothing com
pared with what the transport Victor
la passed through in attempting the
Tho Victoria, after tossing around for
some days was compelled to return to
Seattle nftcr losing 90 horses nnd mules
out of 304; they wero clthor killed out
right or rendered such cripples ns to
make their shooting necessary. The
survivors woro in a fearfully maimed
Tho loss of stock was not so great on
cither the Garonno or Port Stephens,
but this was due only to tho good Judg
ment of tho officers In charge of tho
vessels. They disobeyed orders to bo
sure, but with the liumnno result of
loslnc onlv two horses on tho Port
Stephens and eleven mules on tho Ga- I
ronnc. Tho stock Mint was landed licro
from both ships was In pretty bnd i
shape ns rcgnrds cuts, bruises, etc., but I
nono were so badly maimed ns to no- ,
eessltato their being destroyed. Horso
sense is n term that can
to those handling stock, and perhaps
tho disaster to tho Victoria might havo f
been nvcrted If tho officers In command
had had a little moro of that commod- i
lty nnd run across tho same happy Idea '
or sailing tor Honolulu, ns did tho o di
cers of tho Port Stephens and tho Ga-
Undoubtedly tho northern routo has
Its advantages, this would seem to ap
ply however, moro to Mio transporta
tion of stock during tho summer sea
son, when by tnktug that courso tho
terrible hent nt tho hold of n ship Is.
partially averted, this boat being son
sldcrably greater on tho southern
routo than on tho northern. The Iron
sides of a ship becoming extremely hot,
tho natural licnt from tho animals'
bodies nnd their hot, moist breaths
making tno atmosphere almost unbearable.
Jj ' August Conrmlt.
3 UnJer dale of Sept. n, 1899,
K August Conndt writes from Ram-
0 part City, In the Klondike, to his
0 brother here. August said he sent
Sthe letter by the last steamer that
would leave for eight months and,
S" that himself as asscolates had set
tled down for the long and lonesome
m season of Isolation. He mentioned
0 the prospect of a long period on a
0 diet of pork and beans. August Is
hopeful as ever and has a new
scheme on hand that he believes
promises well. He proposes, soon
after Jan. 1, 1000, to make a start
across the ice for the famous Cape
Nome gold fields, which are at the
present time declared all along the
coast and throughout the states to
be richer than anything Inlthe Klon
dike, which means richer than any
thing In the whole world. August
tells of hearing from reliable sources
of men who have been taking out
at Ope Nome diggings all the way
from J50 to ?icoo a day for
months. It Is added that the
borders of the gold territory have
not yet been reached, and that the
area of the diggings Is much mote
extensive than the territory of the
richness of the Klondyke. August
had Intended going U Nome some
time ago, but just at the time op-
bo veil applied 1 8 10rtunity formaklngthetrlp offered
c. nnd ncrhans ' LI he had signed for a voyage on a
steamer as freight clerk, and could
not secure Ills release. Nearly
everyone who has come out of the
Klondyke for a couple of years has
somehow managed to meet August
Conradt, and he Is known all over
the world as the mighty athlete
and good fcl'ow from tliFliaw.illTn
LIQUOR CASE SUBMITTED
"HIRAM BINGHAM" IN PORT
Bohemian Girl Tonight.
If a voto wero to be taken in every
country whero music holds a place as
to tho most popular opera which has
over been composed, there is no ques
tion but that tho Bohemian Girl would
bo the unanimous choice. Its bright,
Bparkllng and beautiful melodies havo
kept it in tho popular world long after
other operas havo died and passed
away, Tho cast will includo tho Hono
lulu favorito, Josephine Stanton, who
will sing Arllno.
On Saturday tho fourth children's
matlnco will bo glvon, with Mascotto
This will bo a laugh-
A Little Fire.
Tho flro this morning was in a small
native houso in Iwlel. It was startod
by a child getting some matches, set
ting flro to somo scraps of paper and
then to a netting over n bed. Tho
chemical engine from station 6 and n
steamer from tho central station were
sent out, but the fire had been disposed
of beforo the apparatus reached tin
scene of oxcltement.
Actor Coghlan Dead.
Galveston (Tex.), November 27.
Charles F. Coelan. the distinguished Eng
lish actor and playwrlter, died here todav
of gastritis, age 52 years. He had been III
since his thearlcal engagement here four
Oahu Mill to Start.
Oahu plantation will start grinding
on tho 19th Inst. The mill Is being pre
pared now and everything will be
ready for the work to begin in n few
Dr. Galbraith, who spont n souplo of
months hero last spring, is on thu way
to the Islands again and will arrlvo be
foro tho end of tho year.
W. Ottman vs Alex. Voting, Minister
of tho Interior, is tho title of n enso
submitted on an agreement of facts
without legal action for tho determina
tion of tho Justices of tho Supremo
Ottman was granted a light wine and
beer llcenso for the salo of those liquors
on his premises at Walkikl. Since tho
Issuanco of said llcenso thrco other li
censes havo been issued respectively to
tho Moana Hotel, Hawaiian Hotel an
nex and to Walkikl Inn. During tho
tlmo that Ottman has had bis llcenso
ho has obeyed tho law, kept an orderly
house and never had a complaint from
the Marsiial. Now that a renewal Is
asked for It Is refused by the Minister
ot tho Interior under Section 1 .Chapter
CI, Laws ot 1898, which Is as follows:
Not moro than three of theso licen
ses shall bo Issued for each of tho Ju
dicial Districts In the Republic provid
ed, however, that In any District, town
or placo in which there is a llcenso In
oxUtcnce for tho selling at retail of
spirituous liquors nnd tho business of
vending spirituous liquors is actually
being carried on no such license Bhall
bo Issued within two miles from tho
place where business is being carried
on under such llcenso. Provided, how
over, that Nuuanu Valley, Walkikl and
Kallhl In tho District of Kona, Island
of Oahu, shall for tho purposes of this
act bo each considered a Judicial Dis
Going to Hilo.
Wm. A. Fetter, who for the past sev
en years has been manager of the Lovo
bakery on Nuuanu street and who be
fore that wn with tho Horn bread,
cako and pie emporium, leaves next
week for Hilo to become a citizen and
business man ot tho big town on Ha
waii. Mr. Fetter takes with him to
his new field of labor tho best wishes
ot hosts ot Honolulu friends and is un
rcsorvedly recommended ns aworthy
man In every way nnd ono who has
mastered his business. Mr. Fetter has
purchased a business already establish
ed at Hilo and will enlarge and build
up tho samo. Ills ndvont Is respectfully
called to tho attention ot tho Hilo
Coffco Club, whoso members will find
him a good man to know and cultlvnto.
Mr. Fetter has for somo years been n
lieutenant of Co. A, N. G. H.
New ArtlstH Tonight.
William Prcstlgo and Llzzlo Victor
ngnln secured first placo In last night's
enko walk. Later In the ovonlng Wll-
llo waB observed getting Snltcr's cut
rates on salt fish and other edibles In
anticipation of tho family Itinu which
win roiiow tho securing of tho trophy.
Tonight Frank C. nnd Lilian F. Smith.
champion llflo shots ot tho world, will
glvo nn exhibition of rapid shooting, in
which tho breaking of glass balls and
tho playing of national airs through tho
Impact or bullets fired at metal chimes
will form tho principal features. La
Petlto Rlalto will also make her first
apearanco In her famous electric ser
pcntlno flro dance. All children attend
ing futuro Saturday matinees will bo
presented with n surpilse packet con
taining candles and n gift.
Misuse of White Flag.
London, Nov. 27. Tho conclusion
must bo accepted, however, that the
Boers aro deliberate in their mlsuso of
tho whlto flags. On top ot General
Methucn's warning nnd other evidences
comes tho statement of Correspondent
E. F. Knight, who hns arrived at Cape
Town wounded. He says ho accom
panied a detachment ot tho North
ampton Regiment when n force of
Boers, 300 yards distant, and surround
ed, displayed n whlto flag. The officer
commanding tho Northampton then
ordered his men to rUe, when tho Boers
deliberately volleyed, wounding Knight
WEDDING STATIONERY, Engrav
ed Cards, Embossing.
H. F. WICnMAN.
Tho missionary schooner Hlrnm
Bingham, Captain A. C. Wnlkup, camo
Into port this morning having left Sau
Farnclsco November 4. Tho Hlrnm
Bingham bolongs to tho American
Board of Commissioners ot Foreign
Missions nnd Is sister ship to tho mis
sionary supply stcamor Morning Stnr.
Although a vessel of only 23 tons,
sho Is n very staunch llttlo craft, carry
ing a crew of a captain and four men.
Captain Wnlkup, who Is both master
nnd missionary lias been sailing
nround among tho various South Sea
Islands for tho past fifteen years. Sail
ing from San Francisco ho makes year
ly trips in tho lntorcsts of tho society,
to the different missionary stations
umong tho Islnnds of tho Marshall, Gil
bert nnd Caroline groups.
Many storms havo been encountered
by tho Hlrnm Bingham during her
yenrly visits to tho South Seas, but sho
has passed through then) all safely ana
Captain Walkup is ns proud ot her ns
though sho wero an Atlantic liner. Al
though schooner rigged and usually re
lying on her sails for reaching the va
rious ports, sho Is also furnished with
a fino Hercules gas cnglno, tho captain
stating "that In caso of a continued
calm a propeller Is a very handy thing."
This engine was put in placo while
the Hiram Bingham was at San Fran
cisco tills Inst time, as It was found ne
cessary to havo auxiliary power among
tho Islands. Tremendous currents
exist In tho South Seas and frequently
calms aro encountered that last a week,
during that tlmo a vessel can be car
ried hundreds of miles out ot course.
With her new engine tho Hiram
Bingham Is capablo ot making seven
nnd eight knots nn hour In ordinary
weather. After taking on a fow neces
sary supplies the vessel will proceed to
Dr. Posey, specialist (or Bye, Bex,
Throat and Noso diseases and Catarrk.
HAMILTON, BROWN SHOE CO.'S
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For Sale by Manufacturers' Shoe Co., Fart St., Sign of the JiJMim
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