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Vol. Vni. No. 1403.
HONOLULU, H. I., PRIDAY, FEBRUARY 23, 1900.
Fuiob 5 Obntb.
The BULLETIN offers to the per
sons who, between February ist and
July 31st, shall send in the largest
number ot new subscribers, the fol
lowing prizes :
lt Prize Cleveland Bicycle, 70.
The winner of the ist prize Is Jt liberty
to choose between models oo, 02 anJ 94 ot
the tgoo Cleveland Bicycle. MoJel 94 Is
a road racer, weight 20 pounds. Model 92
Is a light road wheel, weighing vt lbs , and
Model 00 a heavier road wheel, wt 24 lbs.
The bicycle to be selected from the stock
Of the Honolulu Bicycle Co.. egents
for Cleveland Bicycles. (The choice may
be made between the corresponding ladles
Models, should the winner of ist prize be
2nd Prize, Singer Scwlnft i1n
ti, o.lnn.r nt fliU nrlze mav choose
between these three stvles of machines:
that with osclllitlng shuttle and top coyer,
that with vibrating shuttle and cabinet
top, both five-drawer machines, or the
"Automa'lc," with three drawers. This
machine will be furnished by B. Ber
rtcrscn. sole agent for the Hawaiian
3rd Prize, Premo Senior Camera,
1x5, with Outllt, $40.00.
The Premo, Sr., has Double Swine
Back, Double Sliding Front, and Hack and
Pinion for focusing. This camera may be
used with either Plate or Films. The
outfit Includes 1 Plate Holder, Tripod, 3
Trays, Developer, Fixer, Negative Rack,
Graduate, Stirring Rod and Lantern.
Camera and outfit are from the LcMun
yon Photo-Supply Co., sole agents.
N.WAL COURT IN SESSION
Seamen of Ship iDveroiss-shlre on
Trial for Refusing Daly.
Captain Peattie's Evidence -Tilt Between Law
yer Davis and a Witness Lawyer
Humphreys Takes a Uaud.
OP PUBLIC IMPROVEMENTS
Tha Minister of the Interior and His
He Wants Storm Water Water Sewers to Pre
cede Street Construction Aspnaltum
Streets Promised -Kalihl Pump.
4th Prize, a Zonophonc, the Lot
est Improvement on the Grnmo1
phon6, with O Records, $30.00.
This Is the loudest and most natural
talking machine yet Invented. It Is to be
selected from the stock of the Bcr trom
Miiblc Co., sole agents lor Hie Hawaiian
' The following conditions of the contest
must be observed :
1. All subscilptlonsmust be prepaid at
least three months In advance.
2. No renewals or transfers of subscrip
tions will be counted In this contest as
new subscriptions. Each name must be a
bona fide adJIilon to the subscription lists.
j. Subscriptions should be sent In as
soon as secured, together with the name
and address of the person to whom the
subscription Is to be credited, as well as of
the subscriber. Great care should be taken
to give ACCURATELY the full name and
address of each new subscriber.
4. Any person In the Ha
waiian Islands is eligible
to try for these prizes.
During the continuation of the contest
for the Most Popular Captain, coupons
entitling the holder to cast so many votes
for the Captain of his choice accoidlngto
. im nf hl subscription, will be elven
to each new subscriber attached to the
receipt for tne suDscripuon, as picviuusiy
Subscription Rates: $8.oo per year,
f2.oo for three months; strictly in advance.
THE MOST POPULAR CAPTAIN
The captain who shall have the largest
number of votes on Saturday. March 31,
will be given an elegant pair of Blnoculats
from the store of H. F. Wichman. I he
are the oest lhat can be obtilned and may
be seen on display at Wlchman's store.
In addition to the votes -vhlch appear
each day In the upper right hind corner of
the first page, which -are to be filled out
and deposited at this office, new subscribers
ore entitled to cast votes as follows. A
coupon for the number Is attached to the
. MONTH 40 VOTES
3 MONlnb '5 Vlb
t .YEAR 753 VO I ES
The standing of the contest Friday. Feb.
8 was as follows. I his list will be chang
ed every Saturday.
CAPT. SIMERSON '482
CAPr. CAMERON 2i
X?dt pPaUKE "43
PAPTi PEDERSEN 444
kor PIIRKMAN 2
VL.V f.M rcTi- In7
The Naval Court to try twclvo sen
men of tho UrltiBh ship Itivcrness-shlro
for "continuous refusal of duty" as
sembled nt tho British Consulnte nt 10
n. m. today, being constituted as fol
Hon. Win. Robert Hoaic, II. I). M's
Thos. Blslcy Jones, master of tho
ship Champion, of Liverpool;
Finnels W. Chapman, master of tho
ship Lancing, of London;
Cumuln livniis, master or mo uant
Conwny Cnstle, of London.
After tho preliminary business tno
taking of cvldciico proceeded.
Captain Fcnttlc, master ot tho In-verness-Bhlro,
was tho first vltne3S.
Ho rend tho ship's log for the days In
whlcn tho alleged refusal ot duty took
place. It recited tho occurrences while
tho vessel was adrift at sea, having
been blown oft from tho harbor en
trance by tho galo of tho 15th Inst. Tho
ship lost 105 fathoms of chain and rui
nnchor. causing hor to Ioso trim and
thus bo In peril. All tho men refused
to trim nnchois or to bend tno cross
trees, tho record stated. When the
shoro crow finally got tho Bhlp under
control, alio was D5 miles from Hono
lulu. This entry was mado by tho cap
tain: "I now charge them with mutiny
011 tho high seas nnd will prosccuto
.icm on that charge."
Mr. Davis, attorney for tho accused,
objected to tho evldcnco as Incompe
tent and Irrelevant. What ho referred
to wcro tho entries whcio tho captain
did not Btnto facts hut gave his own
A member of tno court saw tno en
tries wero mado according to law.
Mr. Davis said tho men wcro arrested
for a misdemeanor, yet here they wero
charged with mutiny, a piratical net.
Ho denied tho Jurisdiction of tho court
to try such a charge. You cannot
Introduce ovldenco proving mutiny on
a chnrgo of refusal to do duty. Tho
punishment for tho oftenso charged In
tho summons was twclvo weeks' im
prisonment nnd forfeiture ot bIx days'
pay. What tho captain charged tho
men with was a felony under tho laws
A member of tho court said that the
word "mutiny" In tho log did not nffect
GLEAN HEALTH BOARD
Hotel Stables Cootcor.es the Local
Tiouble at Kalihl Camp Amicably Settled
Some1 Schools Optn- Death Record
OPIUM WAS LANDED
At a Place
Near the Kalibl
Two White Hen and Two Chinese Con
cerned - Deputy Marshal Cblll.ngworlh
Summoned "Birds" Bad Flown.
Im Back Aci-ohb the Tujjcln.
pad mi inm .
CAPr. NICHOLSEN 9
CAPl. WCI3un'" x
CAPT. SAMON 8
Rapt! THOMPSON 7
WolluUu Water WorUs.
wniluku Feb. 18. Plans and spccl
flnaHona for tho construction of tho
two rescrvolra nnd tho laying of the
Tater Pipes for the Walluku and Ka
hului water works are now open at the
office of the deputy tax assessor of
Walhiku. Since the breaking out of
tho plague 01 ivuuuim ....
who Intend to present their bids aro
M I bun 'with quarantine matters that
time may be extended In order to give
these people an opportunity to make
out their bids.
tho charge ono Jot or tittle,
Mr. Humphreys, for tho prosecution,
remarked that tho entry was Just and
proper not only by tho law of England
hut of tho United States. Tho captain
had tho right to enter not only matters
of fact but his own observations. Ac
cording to tho common law any mls
tako tho captain might make In his
log did not vltlato his loguooic as evi
denco. President Honro noted tho objection.
Captain Peattlo, examined: Tho
men have not abused mo in any way; I
have no observation to mako beyond
what I havo read In the logbook; the
ship was In such a position that the
men should nave turned to, even If
only for the time being; the men never
naked permission to go ashore and seo
tho consul; I think tho men havo been
fairly civil; of course when thoy go
ashore they say things that aro not
proper, but they do not know what
they uro Baying, nnd I do not think It
worth while to put It In tho logbook;
they said thoy had been too long In tho
vessel; cannot say that they said any
thing about being nblo to get nioro pay
hero; do not wish to say anything I do
not distinctly remember; tho ship was
In Imminent peril; tho wind was strong
all that night and next day, nnd the
chains and plates sawing across hor
stem was n ganger; ship would not
steer nor stay nor ilo a stngio thing;
men positively refused to do what I
required to trim tho Bhlp and restoro
Hero tho captain by request put tho
ship's articles In evidence showing
that tho men wero not entitled to pay
or discharge In this port. They novor
innde n request to seo tho consul; they
made no complaint about food or any
Cross-examined by Mr. Davis Some
of the men woro 22 months and some
20 months In tho ship, whllo tho ship
had visited Japan. Puget sound, etc.;
they were pretty good men both on the
vessel and In port; I do sometimes
drink Intoxicating liquor; did not
drink anything on February 12; I say
distinctly I did not; sometimes In tho
habit of drinking every day, Just as a
friend comes round; It Is not usual for
mo to drink every day; had none today,
nono yesterday, nono on tho 12th of
February; I did not lock up Wm.
Thompson, tho sail maker, four hours
Minister Young was asked about tho
brick for which tho Department of tho
Interior Is advertising.
"I bellovo Mr. Rowell Issued that
notice. It Is for tho sewer outfall. You
know tho Government engaged to pro-
vldo tho materials for tho sowerago
"No, It Is not for tho Kalihl pump
ing station, nlthougn wo shall go ahead
with that, too. 1 think It Is nbout lo
cldcd to employ Mr. Mutch as super
intendent of construction, who with an
nrchltcct will havo tho woik dono by
day labor. A trustwoithy export has
gono over tho plans, nnd suggested
modifications that will bring tho build
ing n trlflo below tho appropriation. It
may bo less ornnmcntal than tho
original plan, but It will be nono tho
less suitable for Its purpose. You know
It Is easy for an nrchltect to mnko a
quirk on paper, but It may be very ox
penslvo to reproduco It In stone. I be
llovo tho first thing to bo considered In
a public building Is suitableness for
Its purpose, nnd If well nnd substan
tially mado in good architectural pro
portions It will hnve all duo present-
ability of appearance.
"There aro other public Improve
ments of necessity which wo hope to
find means of carrying out. 1 think
there is no prospect of a regular ses
sion of tho Lcgislntuio. If thcro Is not
to bo one, tho Government will likely
prcpnio n special appropriation hill,
to meet tho absolute necessities of tho
country, and submit It to the Council
of State After passing the Council,
with nny amendments that body might
seo fit to mnko, tho bill would bo sent
to President Mculnley for approval.
"One thing I havo set my mind on
Is tho construction ot surfaco sewers
for storm water. Yes, of courso these
ought to precede a general Improve
ment of tho Btrccts of Honolulu. With
regard to futuro street construction,
I consldor wo aro fortunato In getting
tho services of Mr. Campbell as road
supervisor, for ho is a practical road
maker In nil branches. Ho Is familiar
with tho construction of bitumen
streets, nnd I hopo wo may soon mako
a beginning with that class of streets.
"Thcio is an impression abroad that
bitumen streets would not bo suitable
for tho tempcrnturo of Honolulu. This
is entirely erroneous. On tho contrnry,
It is an easy proposition to mnko bitu
men Btrccts hero of a consistency and
tcxturo to sustain tao heaviest traffic.
Yes, Mr. Campbell can supervise the
construction ot n complcto plant for
preparing the bitumen."
Mr. Young was nsked what was tho
status ot tho garbage crematory ad
vised by tho Hoard of Health. Ho re
plied that he expected to get tenders by
next mall. Tho matter had been placed
In the hands ot Williams, Dimond &
Co., San Francisco nnd Now York,
through Thco. H. Davlcs & Co. of Honolulu.
2 p. in. No new cases today.
This is tho fourth "ch-nn"
day. T. Hansen, a Norwegian
sailor .died nt the Sailor's
Homo this morning. As ho was
unattended tho body was re
moved to tho morgue whoro u
post mortem will bo held this
afternoon Tho caso is not sus
picious. About Hotel StiilileH.
At a meeting ot tho Citizens' Sani
tary Committee yesterday it wbb
agreed to send a loiter to tho Hoard
of Health nsltmg for tho destruction of
tho Hotel stables. Following Is tho
paingrnph that closes tho letter:
It Is with Intcnso regiet that this
committee feels obliged to communi
cate upon this subject with tho Hoard
ot Health; but feeling, ns wo do, that
unless tho rndlcal policy heretofore In
augurated Is consistently nnd persist
ently curried out, tho losses and sacri
fices of tho past will bo In vain, wo
urge upon tho Hoard of Health, with
nil the earnestness nt our command,
int it reconsider its action concern
ing tho Hotel Stables nnd act concern
ing tho samo upon tho principles ear
lier adopted and heretofore carried
out; assuring tho Hoard that in car
rying out such policy, tho Hoard will
havo tho earnest and hearty support,
not only of this committee, but of tho
community nt largo, nmong whom wo
feel assured, thcro is nn intcnso dls
satistnctlon with the course taken by
the Hoard concerning tho Hotel Stn
bles as Is felt by this committee.
Horlgttchl, mnlo Japanese, aged 2G,
beil-berl, Kapahulu, Feb. 21. Post
mortem by Dr. Hotrmnn.
Knuhn Llllli, mulo Hawaiian, uged
716 years, tuberculosis pcrltnltls, Wnl
kikl, Fob. 21.
Joo Lopez, Portugucso male, aged 2
years, Kalihl valley, Feb. 21.
Fuyn, femalo Japanese, aged 43, can
cer ot tho stomach, Queen's Hospital,
Kepn, femalo Hawaiian, aged CO,
hemlllegln, Walktkl, Feb. 22.
Kahlohlo, malo Hawaiian, aged 40,
tuberculosis, Pauoa valley, Feb. 22.
This Is tho case of tho body taken to
tho morgue yesterday for post mortem
examination on account of sudden
death and tho fact that no physician
had been in attendance.
Wm. Kcnwo, male Hawaiian, aged 11
months, gastro enteritis, Wnlkaholulu,
lho relict labor bureau Is prepared
to fill orders for tho following help:
Japanese Carpenters, Al, 2; second
class, 4; 10 yardmen, 4 farmors, 1
painter, G tailors, 35 day laborers, 13
women for general housework (speak
but littlo English;) 3 barbers, 2 atone
masons, 2 salesmen, 1 machinist.
Chinese Twenty tailors, 0 waiters,
20 day laborers.
Quito a number of Hawaiian wharf-
men nnd South Sea Island day labor
It possible pin co orders the day be
foro help is needed. This will iuBiiro
moro certainty In filling orders nnd
better employes. Tlephono 72G.
tlopnncBC Will Work.
Japanese. Consul Mild Salto, unac
companied by nnyono, went to tho Ka
lihl detention camp yesterday after
noon nnd, after a conference with Su
perintendent McVeigh, agreed to allow
tho Japanese to go to work on Mon
day. Tho timo Intervening will bo
spent by tho Jnpanrmo In n search for
RAILWAY SQUAT AUTHORIZED
Ii. A. Thurston was beforo a full
meeting of tho Kxccutlvo Council this
morning to represent the Hllo Rail
road Co. It was voted to grant tho
company Its desired location of termi
nal facilities at Walnkca, Hllo, but
without conveying tltio, this reserva
tion bolng on account of President Mc
Klnloy's proclamation concerning gov
ernment land. Tho company Is nllow-
c I to lay Its tracks on tho malm! sldo
of tho government wharf, subject to
thlrtv davs' notice to bo removed, but
without obstruction ot public roads employment nnd dwelling places lu tho
Consul Salto was very reasonablo
nbout tho wholo matter and discussed
It In nil Its details with thoso In chnrgo
ot tho camp. Tho tiouble has reached
an nmlcnblo settlement and all nro
Ilmvnttnnti Make Merry.
Tho Ilnwallans nt tho Kalihl deten
tion camp had a lino timo yesterday
attcrnoon. Superintendent McVeigh
distributed seven small pigs among
them nnd a regular feast was held. In
tho ovcnlng, some ot tho hula dancers
In tho camp donned Improvised cos
tumes and went through with several
of tho old time hulas.
Schools To Open.
At n meeting ot tho Commissioners
ot Education yesterday afternoon It
was decided to open tho high school
proper and tho normal school. Neither
tho grammar department of tho former
nor tho practice department of tho lat
ter will bo opened.
and rights ot way or tho public uso of
Minister Mott-Smlth read n com
mun. cation from tho Urltlsli consul in
regard to J. Cranstoun's claim, nnd one
from tho Japanese consul relntlvo to an
order Issued nt tho Kalihl dotcntlon
camp that tho men shall work three
hours dally for their maintenance.
It was voted that tho matter of the
burnt district bo referred to tho In
terior Department for tho survey nnd
location ot streets and lanes together
with their extension, Tho Minister of
tho Interior was requested to call n
road jury to ascertain tho advisability
01 extending Pauahl to Fort street.
Tho Cabinet advised tho President to
grant a pardon to Henry Neubaur upon
npprovnl ot tho Council of Stnto. This
man was Imprisoned last year for los
ing Dower's boat at sea, ho with a
companion having run off with It.
Four bags of opium, containing prob
ably a hundred pounds each, wcro
landed nenr tho Kalihl detention camp
between 10 nnd 11 o'clock last night
in that pnrt of the District of Knpala
mn known ns Moknnuen. Tho wholo
transaction was witnessed by Webb,
ono of tho detention camp guards, who
happened to bo strolling In the vicin
ity nt tho time. This is tho story as
told Inst night:
"Having no. mg particular to do
and not being on duty, I though I
would tnito a walk and so started to
ward tho sea along tho road on tho
Hwn sldo of the camp. At tho lower
end I went through n gnto and walked
along for nearly a halt mile. 1 had al
most reached the llshpond known ns
'l.oko Anoho' when I saw n dim light
approaching shore. Tho oars wcro evi
dently mulllcd for 1 could distinguish
but tho faintest possiblo sound. Tho
movements wcro decidedly suspicious
nnd I mndo up my mind to watch.
Skirting nlong in tho shadow ot tho
algaroba tiecs 1 hnnlly reached tho
Btono wall not far from tho spot to
ward which tho boat was approaching.
'Suddenly 1 noticed a two-wheeled
cart standing close to tho water. When
nbout ten feet fiom shore the boat
stopped and n couple of men slid out
Into tho shnllow wnter. Then they lift
ed u heavy bag from tho boat nnd
quickly brought it ashore. Tluco more
bags of llko apepnrauco nnd weight
followed tho first.
"Then ciinio a hurried consultation
nnd 1 wns nblo from my position to
mako out two white men nnd two Chi
uamen, although I could not mako out
their Identity. Ono of tho former
waded out again to tho boat nnd then
rowed away whilo tho other thrco men
got Into tho cart and drove Hwnwards
along tho shoro. I would hnve stopped
tho men It I had been armed but, un
fortunately, I had left my revohor n
camp and was unablo to do anything.
1011 can Imagino my disappointment."
As Boon ns Webb saw tho men depart
he hurried to t.,o camp but was unable
to run on nccount of tho combination
of tho rough nature ot tho ground and
tho oxtrcmo darkness. Superintendent
McVeigh was informed and he had
gathered nbout ulm In a very short
time tho mcaicnl superintendent, tho
superintendent of tho guards, tho chief
clerk ot tho medical department nnd a
newspaper roan, making up a party
that, from tholr hurried preparation,
might also havo been suspected had
they been met by police.
Superintendent McVeigh led tho
party but was forced to give way to
others on account ot tho nlgaroba trees
and frequent dark figures found lator
on to bo pigs constantly running close
In front ot him. Ho was tempted to
use his reyolver on ono of these but
desisted for fear ho might scoro a miss
and thus be held up to ridicule by tho
remainder of tho party.
Upon arrival nt tho place nothing
could bo found. Although tho boat
waa In the pond cncslosuro tho most
careful search could discover nothing.
Tho mystery Is lu tho fnct of tho dis
appearance of the bont. A Japanese
fishermen's quarters Is tho only placo It
could havo gono to unless It wns lifted
over tho Btono wall, 'i his latter Is tho
supposition of tho members ot tho
Abandoning tho search, tho party re
turned to tho camp and Deputy Mar
shal Chllllngworth wns telephoned for.
Tnklng Lieut. Gardner with him. ho
hurried to tho scene and remained
lurking nbout ccrtnln susclplous premi
ses until IS o'clock this morning but
tho "bhds" hnd flown. Tho Deputy
Marshal had certain pcoplo under
suspicion but tho chase has been given
up as tho opium Is probably distributed
by this time.
h The Mikalnla arrived from Kauai
W thU morning with mall from Main-
C well where the steamer Charles
2 Nelson with three days later news,
J arrived February 20. No San Fran-
mall and the only news of the war
q in 5oum Ainca came oy means 01
The general summary of all the
letters is lhat Duller his again re
treateJ back, across the Tuuela after
having taken four kopjes and ad
vanced close to LaJyMnlth.
t Is also reporteJ that the re
treat of duller was rot on account
of a repulse by the enemy but was,
lntead, a actlcal movement, he
having learneJ by means nf a war
balloon Hut the territory round
about LnJvsml h where General
White Is cooptd up, was simply
brUtllng with Boer artillery :et In
Jj most advantageous positions!
Mr. Scott of Oil ton & N-il's re
ceived a letter fnm his friend Mr
Fries, themlst at Malta eii In
which Is contilne I the followl- g
short piragraph on the movements
In South Africa:
"News came by the Charles Nel
son that Huller had retreated back
across the Tugela river again, this
r "ii a San Francisco piper of
Mr. Coo!e of Alexander & Bald
win's was seen this mo.'nlng. Ab
solutely no news Ind been sent In
his letters from Makawili althouch
it was stated that, both papers and
letters had been received from San
W Francisco by the Charles Nelson.
? Very evidently it was the Impres-
S slon of Kauai people that Honolulu
had received later news than they.
ColontHtH From Culm.
New York, Feb. 7. A score of dis
couraged colonists who had gono to
Cuba to seek their fortunes returned
Inst night on tho steamer Laurcnburg.
They woro n unit In expressing grati
tude for their safo arrival lu what thoy
called "God's country."
In tho group wero . E .Anderson ot
Prnlrlo City, Iowa, and 11. C. Hlako, of
Selwclu, Iowa. Thiy said tho vicinity
ot La Gloria has been mado by the
heavy tropical rains into a sea ot mud.
Each has a ten ncro tiact in the colony.
Pacific Heights Electric.
Actlvo work on tho electric railway
for Pacific Heights begins tomorrow
morning. Surveyor Wall will placo tho
first grado stakes, and tho work wilt
forge ahead wltnout delay until tho
road Is completed. Tho material has
all boen ordered and Is on the way.
Nothing stops that has C. S. Desky an
a motive power.
Price of Infected Boots.
Walluku, Feb. 18. A half-Spaniard
who hnB been employed as ono of the
guards at Kahulul Is now quarantined
by himself at Kahulul.
Sheriff Hnldwln found him wearing
a pair of boots and leggings from tho
condemned quarters nt Kahulul, hence
the order to quarantine him for fifteen
Wnlluku ScIiooIh Cloned.
Walluku, 1 eb. 18. Public schools In
Wnlluku and Wnlkau havo been closed
per order of tho Hoard of Health. At
n meeting of tho Hoard of Health at
Kahulul Saturday morning, it wns do
cldcd that no public gatherings ot any
kind lie allowed until further notice
Tho churches will hi closed up In con
sequence of this edict.
(Continued on pago 8.)
DON'T PASS our OPERA GLASSES
(or the World. Thex'e made by Le
Malre. "Nuffntd." K.F-WICHMAN
Nino men and a lady went Into quar
antine at tho Magoon place at Diamond
Head this forenoon. The party Is des
tined for ports on Hawaii.
WEDDINO 8TATI0NEUY. Engraved
Tho Houso of Representatives wlinnwamg shipment
reaaBcmuio at ju a, m. lumorruw.
No action on the Hotol stables mat
ter was taken at tho Hoard of Health
meeting this afternoon.
Question of Policy.
A citizen talking to n Bulletin re
porter this morning expressed wonder
nt the policy of keeping pcoplo of tho
other Islands and other parts ot this
island irom going homo. "Why aro
they not put In quarantine tho proper
timo and sent to their homes? Many
of them nro occupying houses In town
which might bo vacated for pcoplo be
longing to town who cannot get lioiiBes.
1 should think it ought to be an object
to get as many people ns possiblo to
leavo Honolulu. Tho moro crowded
tho city Is tho moro danger."
6utn Mill Shut Down.
Wnlluku, fcb. 18. Walluku sugar
mill will shut down Monday for lack of
storage room. Over ono thousand tons
of sugar nro already In tho warehouses
rhe vpy thing
to gladden the
heapts of the
The most acceptable Xmas gift
your wives, sisters or daughters ' a ra
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SEASON OF 1900.
Iwakaml rough braid Btraw hats for
the season of H00,
The mt lr-'"ded In the 7000 ralra 0
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hold premier place for beauty.