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Kin RVnNINO nUM.KTlNl HONOLULU, II. t FMDAY, bRCHMMm an, ,qoo.
. Bx I2L.IHU THOMPSON,
For .Sale by Everybody !
For New Years I
v-TleM L (Vara
For the Holidays, an Elegant Assortment of BON
BONS, the finest ever imported to these Islands. See the
display in our windows. All prices.
" Name on Every Piece."
for salb ay
Lewis & CO.
Name on Every Piece.
Fresh from the Factor, a Choice Lot of Lowney's
Chocolate Candies. Just the thing for one's best girl ;
thev are wholesome. i
Sanchez Y Ha a.
Choice Havana Gli;utv
'A new brand
Key West Clear Havana Cigars,
especially imported for our trade
WE ARE SOLE AGENTS FOR THESE BRANDS
Flor De Cuba
La Espanola Parlagas
G'rcla Caslmlro Alvarez
Villa Villa Larranaga
A Choice Selection suitable for the Holiday
Trade. Treat your best fellow to a nice box, so
he can smoke and think kindly of a fair giver.
Dainty f f c
Glace Fruits, Smyrna Figs, Raisins,
Nuts, Mince Meat,' Cranberries, Plum
Pudding, Citron, Lempn and Orange
Peel, Dates, Marron Glace and Crystaliz
ed Apricots, Stuffed Prunes.
BISHOP & CO'S, Celebrated Los Angeles, California,
Spiced Peaches, Spiced Pears, Spiced Quinces, Preserves, Jams and Jellies. Also Buffet
Preserves, Crystallized Fruits, Etc.
LEWIS Sr CO
P. 0. Box 407.
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL GROCERS.
Three Telephones, 240, 240, 240
i$b Fancy Work: !
A few of these Beautiful Goods are still on sale.
OF ALL KINDS,
Wash Silks, Silk Cord, Pillow Covers,
Table Cloths, Etc.
?MV STOCK OF FANCY WORK INCLUDES
BURNT LEATHER, BURNT WOOD, a large assortment
of Sofa Pillows, Fine Embroidered Linens, Slippers, Baby
Pillows, -Pin-cushions, Toilet Sets, and many other
Mrs. H. H. Williams,
Fort St., above Motel.
City Furniture Store.
Art Embroidery Taught. Stamping Done, f
;,. , ;. ..m..HhH"I"M"I"H"1"H"I "l"M "H"M 1H-H-H-
A Happy New Year
Will be assured by a present
of a, nice piece of Jewelry.
nr ran run T
Hi to , ki
to to to to
to ' to to
to 1 i to to I to
,FINIiJl:WI!LIYI:OI Till: HOLIDAYS IN ALL
Till! LATI.ST STYLI.S OF HROOCHLS,
KINGS, CHAINS, WATCIILS, liTC. i ! I I
uniu.il miscout inn cash putciiAttt.
I i I Please Favor me with a CallfT I I
M. K. UJCAS, jowolor,
JO ll'itol Hti-uul,
my salesroom, 65 Queen Street, I
sell at Public Auction a selection of
ON SATURDAY,. DEC
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
F ULTRY from W. C. WLEDON'S East
lawn poultry pens.
Anions them will be found: WHITE
LEGHORNS, UROWN LEGHORNS, BUFF
LEGHORNS, CINNAMON LEGHORNS, a
new variety. BARRED PLYMOUTH ROCK.
There are all choice birds, and poultry
fanciers and raisers will do well to secure
Jan. F. Morgan,
ON THURSDAY, JAN. 3, 1961
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
At the premises. Punchbowl street, be
low Queen street, .will sell at public auc
tion all tilt WOODEN BUILDINGS and
SHEDS In the RELIEF CAMP.
There are four two-story buildings, about
2'..47 feet each.
One building, 26x51 ; one building, nx
30 ; one two-story building, 2txo, and
TERMS-CASH. Tenants to have ten
days from date of sale for removal, and
buildings to be removed' within thirty
days from date of sale.
JAS. F. MORGAN,
- On Friday, Jan. 4,'BM,
' AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At the premises, VINEYARD STREET
between River and Llllha Streets, I will
sell at PuMIc Auctions
Five two-story wooden building!, 20x40.
One one-story wooden building, aoxjj.
Eleven two-story wooden buildings, 20x30
One one-story wooden building, icui,
One twil-story wooden building, 24x50.
Several ihedi and washhouses.
HulldliiKS to I removed within thirty
day from date of sale.
Tenants In have ttn days from date
(if sale for removal,
Jaw, I. Morgun,
A4l. I. 111 reva rt f tHHttti i
ft trail a lei eef teirrlfeaf fl rrer, fa
,',; (4 fiel ... ,, 1 freft fv will,
e4 no unit eef mtntw. Ten ll fit ref-ri eiwr
Niiti erer tftHi th ttofitl lttlmtm.
NOTICE All persons owtnc me at, requested to
fay In loll or In rati,
KEEP A Ml COHD of Every Fnrloyee and lll
IVrcltt.r mnnthlt wlih
supply Krllab'e Help only.
R. W. Atkinson, Kaotn n, Ala
toon Dulldleif, Mer-
BARGAINS IN JEWELRY-you can CM them at
M.P. LICAS, soj Hotel 51. Fnt Engraving
and enameling done. (
NOTICE TO nuilDFHS-Ttie Union Eipress Co
hat WHITE SANII I OR SALE 1141"
W'ANTED-J r r 1 Room. Ilnuie and bath furnish
ed n. unfurnished Will ray Cash for fur
nljure, "Iwndlttt, IIUtLfcTIN Ctrnf,
YOUN MAV, itfnojrarliM anl l-T.wtller, (I
one. AJJtn, "A N." llullftinOffm,
V MITE HELP AtHn.jn, Mijocn Uul'JInj,
CITl'ATIONS ALWAYS VACAST Sir. tn,
jJ SOV SlltCT rl'LOVirNT Dl'ttC KV, A'AOOON
WANTED-WATCIICSto repair by k1 cl ,
y.ari txr.rl.net, Jut rK.lv. j a fn. t ne cl
nov.iii.i, ii. ui
DlfaTZ, iiT NuuanuSI
l ANTED A futijtnin !thtt.rlrn In r.lall
,, itrocry builn. to wotk lor a laraa Arm wlin
uoJ p'o,re;tt nl advanr.m.nt. Muil he w. tl re
comm.nJ.J AJJr.st A. I) at this offic trol-tl
W M F. LUCAS Hol.l M.
LD PAPERS TO EXCIUNCV Inr rl..n i ....
' ton K.gi. Ap rply at Hull. tin Offict. i;o-U
THE OWL LUNCH AND OYSTER ROOM -
Ortttri erv4 n th thtll only Try lili
uiuua nam ana egg aandwicnei nj LOIIfC. ior
NuutnuanJ H)t' strtttt. WM LUCAS, Proprietor,
FOR fENT An tl.rant l.ir nw brick tor., itx
to. on Ho-.i St. Nw IntlanJ llak.ry. itii-II
TO LFT A lurnlih.J rwm at .to Dtrttanla n.xt
to PR HOI FMAN. ,..-, w.
TO LFT A cottigt en Kulcul Ian. anl
, on l.rctanU St , now r-uiMlng. For i
IP ItAHJLAWI CSIAIIJ LIU
fO LET S.tton Rous. .tl lurnlh,4 rooms with
poarj ruiint at , neir Pllkol. itm-im
TO RENT Fumlsh.d room. GarJenLaiw. Enqulr.
1 o( Mrs. McConn.t, ofl Union str..t. No. o Ciarl.n
COR SALE-Four lots, Hobrnn at , Kapanulu,' Wal
1 klkl. Jyx ..eh. J.Hs Harbtr, .1 Klnj St oj-tl
COR SALE A larpe. Jawn town Warthous.. A
1 cntralty located LoJelnirlfoUM and cittatt.
Ilutln.ss Prop.rtr Iff h.'arl ol cttv r.sldenc property
HENRY WATEKHOUat t CO. ifr -tl
COR SALE OR RENT-A 1 acta Lot In Nuuanu
. .YJ'' vl "'lt' JJirK Houta and Stveral Cottattts.
HENRY WATERHOUSh & CO. 1655.ll
THE b.tt s cent clj.r In town Is the "COLONEL"
to be had at the Myrtle Clear Store nut to Or-
rn-um. wu mne ot manna Clears a sp.ct.lty
N EARLY NEW, UPRIGHT PIANO lor sale at m
' btrcaln. Apply 148 Deretanla street, n.ar
Pumping Station. ,r,g ,f
PR SALE Iwo. Furniture ol s-roomed cottaee
near town, with privilege of r.ntlntr, cottaet.
WILIIAM SAVIDGE i CO..
ui 6 Merchant St.
PR SALE LOTS In Palana near town. All sites
and prices. Apply to
and prices. Apply
AM SAVIDGE t CO..
too Merchant M.
PR SALE S.ooo. Leasehold on Queen s reet.
near Honolulu Iron Works, t. years to run.
Splendid Warehouse Location.
Apply to WILLIAM SAVIDGE, ft CO..
too Merchant street
FOW SALE A pair nf Hack each horses lormerly
the nrnn.rfv n, Wm. II Irwin t-.it innlu n
James Cany, American Stables, Mtrchant and Rich-
PR SALE-LANDS IN ALL PARTS OF THE
CITY. ByJ.M. VIVAS t,l.
I OST A small wreath pin ol leaves anl pearls,
- down town Liberal reward II returned to H.
Dlnklage, Custom House isto-tw
I OST-A Medicine Hand-case. DR.
L- Lincoln Block. Klnr St
I OST WhlltFoi Terrier Bitch, dark brown lace
e vvitn puck spot near tall Suitable reward will
rapau tor its return
L. W. MERRILL. Emma St.
f OST a gold enameled pin; monogram U. S., 06
- In crimson and gold. Mnder please return to
this office and receive reward. tf.
FOUND A Tribune Bicycle on Bates street, No
)4,!T, chain broken Owner can hive the same
by applying at lolanl College and paying lor this
POUND A new stort on Hotel St
Elite Ice Cream Parlors. DEC
GEO. HAM NEK,
FUND Al comer ol King stteet and Walklkl
rand, an ll K gold wedding ring Finder can
n.vv same cy caning at mis omce anj
Wrnllier lltirrnn, I'liimtioii. DrtTinbrr
2 Triniftltirf Morning, minimum,
Hi MIMkj matltntim, 11.
Ilaromttrr At 9 , m, 30.00. fltpailY,
Itnlnfnll 0.00. .
Don l'olnt tSF.
Iliinildltjr al 9 a. ,m (A per rent,
Dlamnnrl HpiI Blgnnl Htntlnn, I)i
crmlior 21. Wrather hari wind froih
Tliiirs'iv. Decemher n.
Am sch Novlty, Kosendale, from Cileta
uuena: ;;o tons nitrate to Hawaiian lertl
Friday, December alt.
Stmr Noeau, Wyen.in.irom Kauai ports;
U7ob.igs pugar to II H & Co and t)
Thurwlay, December 27.
Slmr Mlhahala, FeCeron, for Eleele,
Hanapepe, Makawell, Wahnea, Kehaha
Stmr Keauhoii Wyman, for Anahola
Am bk W U Flint, Johnson, sugar for
Am bk St Katherlne, Saundirs, sugar
for San Franclco.
ilr slmr Carmarthenshire, lllndloss, for
Am bk S C Allen. Jolimon. sucar for
TO BAIL THIS AFTERNOON.
Stmr Hawaii. Nicholson, for Mahnkona,
Paaulrati. Kul'alau. Ookala. I.nunahot-
hoe P.molna. Ilakalau and Houomu.
Stmr Mauna Loa, Slmerson, for Maul,
Roni and Kau ports.
TO SAIL TOMOimOW.
U S A T S Thomas, Bufo-d, for Manila
at $ p m.
Schr Fannie Adele. for Eleele with coal.
WANTS CHURCH RETURNED
Detroit, Mich., Dec. 16. James E.
Scrlpps, who built Trinity ReformfJ
Episcopal church, a handsome Btone
structure, adjoining his home, at a
cost of nbout $90,000, and who delivered
It to the episcopal charge of Dlshop
Da v Irs of the iltocese ot Michigan about
three years ago, some time ago wrote :t
letter to the wardens anil vestrymen
asking them to return, the property to
him. This request has not been com
piled with, and he has Instructed Ilia
ntttornry t6 prepare 'a bill In equity
to ask the courts to compel the war
dens and vestrymen to turn the prop
erty over to him.
Scrlpp claims that the church was
built and delivered over to the socjety
wlth tho understanding' thnt no high
church services should be held the-c-ln.
This understanding, he says, has
been violated and he has withdrawn
from th? church In consequence. Ha
demnnds the return of the property In
order that the service for which It wa3
designed may be held there. .
Rev. Walter Hughson. the rctcor. Is
now considering calls from Sandusky.
O.. and Morgantown. N. C, as a result
ot difference with Mr. Scrlpps.
Cheaper to More thin Pay Rent
li th Mylntj but we don't believe It. We hv moved twlct
within a year, we had U In order t red tur new building. We
havt now moved from th tUre next tt JOHN NOTTS U our
new Mldlng on the Corner ol Pert and Klnrl Str.,,,.
At present w art Kcuaylns; the upper loor and bMmt nt, it
the carpenters arc not throuth wttk n the isaln door. We k
our friends to overlook tho Inconvenience and confusion that will
exist for a few week yet. When once we are oettlrd we will be
able to take care of yoti and attend to your wants In first clasi
Our Bicycle Shop Is now running In the new Store, and
we have a fine line of wheels, COLUMMAS, RAMDLEKS and
CLbVLLANDS, ami a lot of good wheels suitable for the little
folks forCIIUIST.MAS at prices that will suit everyone.
Call at the corner of Fort and King Streets, King St. side, ,
UI'STAlKS, and see the results of a Kansas Cyclone.
E. O. HALL & SON. Ltd..
Hall Building, Corner Fort and King Streets.
Old Scorei That Miss Oldham ap
pears to live wholly In the past. Surh
a quaint body! Really she seems to
hnvc been lifted ojit of tho eighteenth
century and set Into this one without
her consent. "Yes. I noticed It tho
other day Sh askd me If I thought.
The Man With the Hoo1 would last .IB
a permanent addition to our literature. '
OAHU LODGE NO. I, K. OF P.
THERE WILL BE A SPECIAL
meeting of Oahu Lodze No 1. K. of P..
this evening at 7:30 Nominations for
officers for the enduing term will close and
election will be held.
bverv member Is urgently requested tn
be present. By order of ,
A. N. SINCLAIP,C.C.
Alfred Arendt, K. of R, I72i-it
I.'X. Lr, BeretaniaSt.
Great Clearance Sale
Ice Boxes, Refrigerators, Rugs, Meat Safes, Bed
room Sets, Bed Lounges, Baby Carriages, Chairs,
Rockers, Tables, Pictures, Flags, Chiffoniers, Side
boards, Bureaus, Macneal & Urban Safes, Etc., at
San Francisco Prices.
THE I. X. L.,
S. W. LBDERBR, Proprietor
DAY BUILDING. BERETANIA ST ,
MAR FIXI STATION.
Metropolitan Meat Co
BURNETTE tf DECKER
Real Estate Brokers
and Collectors - -
Comer King and Bethel stmts.
PROPERTY FOR SALB
In All Parts of the City
Several long leaseholds, very cheap.
Good building lot, 80-80, near town. '
House and lot, Palima, at a bargain.
.. 5ever?.' tnoIce ,ot'i KPlolanl Park,
House and lot, Wllderave., only 12,500.
House and lot, Kewalo, $1,750, net.
Beautiful home, King St., near Pllkol,
40 year leasehold, right on beach, chean.
TELEPHONE WiTHeUT WIRE GflOWDB) WiTER FRONT
IN THE CIBCt'lT COURT. FIRST TIP 111-
Tmltoryol Hawaii. At chambers. In probate. . la
the natter of the es ate ol Wllllim Honu. Lit ,
nonoiuiu. oeceasei. t'etmoa nalnr been filed by
nuirna wiiivi sau iniesuie, praying- inai letters of
administration uoon sali ettjt h Ittu-d tn kTn'l,.
Notice Is heribr- alven last F.Uay, the iitdiy of
February, A.D , it i, at lo o'clock a. n , la lie Judi
ciary Bollilnr. Honolulu. Is appointed the time and
tor bearlnf said pet lion, when and where all persons
concerned may appear ana show cause, It any they
have, why said petltloa should not be (ranted.
Honolulu, Ueceraber eoth, ino
By the Court,
17.1-Dtc el.i.u.tS Clerk.
Keeps Constantly on Hand
MILI.LK & LUX'S Prime Beef, Mutton,
Pork and Yeal. The Standard Meats of
the Coast. Nothing better to be had. We
are Sole Acents for the Hawaiian Islands.
PISH Salmon, Halibut, Trout, Sturgeon
Sole, Smelt, Slud. Carp, Hock Cod, Sea
liass, Craw lull, Crabs, Etc.
TOULTHV AND rJAMB Turkeys.Geese,
Chickens, Quail, Canvas Back, Mallard,
Teal, Sprig, Brant, Belgian Hare, Etc.
SMOKfcD MEATS Hams, liaccn. Saus
ages, fresh every day. Tongues, Clipped
Beef, Etc. Also bweet Bread, Brains,
Calves' Liver, Tripe, Calves' Feet and
uUTTHfi. Enm. Cheese. Pickles. Clintv.
chow, Sauer Kraut, Apples, Pears, Grapes
Potatoes, Onlonjj Cabbage. A full supply
of Fruits and Vegetables.
shejj or cans,
large or small, In
llardlv a thine that vou could wish for
but what Is to be had at our market.
Telephone Main 219.
Mm, Caniinfiird Vck, It Is a really
hind cIiisk Ki'lioul, Teddy I" leurulnu
I..1II11 and (Ircek, Ilil)liinliin ait ,nd
pieliUlmli KrailiilluiK 11 m J'lcH
Hut ilo nil think Ihoy will lu im fill
"I'nufull Tliauk Ikiivin wn huYtnt
uiuv Coviii In (hut yet," 1.1ft).
BY VIRTUE OF A WRIT OF EX-
ecutlon lsueJ o'lt of the Supreme Court of
rne territory or Hawaii, on the sotti day
of December, A. L)., looo, against J. A.
But.erfield, defendant, In favor of E. J.
Monsarrat, plaintiff, for the sum of 562.51,
I have 011 this 27th day of December, A.
D iqoo, 1-vleJ upon and shall expose for
sale at public auction at the Station House,
Kalakaua Hale, In the District of Honolulu,
Island of Oahu, at 12 o'clock noon, of
Tuesday, the 20th day of January, A.D.,
toot, to the highest bidder, all the r ght,
title, and interest, of said J. A. Butterlield,
defendant, In and 10 the following describ
ed property, unless said judgment, Inter
est, costs, and my expenses be previously
All those premises situated at Pawaa,
Punahou, Oahu, known as I ts 12 and 13,
being a portion of premises covered bv
Apana 2 of L.C.A. 8241 to Ll, more parti
cularly described in deed of Bruce Warlne
anu uesxy 10 1 . u. spring, ret-orjea in
Liber 155, on Polio 410, said premises be
ing bounded and described as follows:
Beginning at the South corner of these
Lots a point on the West side of Puna
hou St, bearing North 45 00, East distance
300 feet from the North angle of Domlr.ls
and Punahou streets, and thence running
North 45oo East 150' feet along slid
Minneapolis, Doc. 16. Telephoning
without wires was successfully accom
plished this afternoon by transmitting
the voice across tho Mississippi river
near the Franklin street bridge, Minne
apolis, a distance of over 1,000 feet.
One hundred and fifty feet of copper
wire was strung parallel on either side
ot the river.. Along tho banks and (or
some distance out 'Into the stream there
was thick Ice, which proved particular
ly favorable to the jay, of the wires.
The sound was easily and clearly trans
mitted, showing the possibilities of the
system under more favorable circum
The first experiment was tried with
Ave volts. Here another problem pre
sented Itself, but could not be solved.
The sound or the voice could be dis
tinctly heard, and still It was tmpossl
bel to catch the words. Later on, with
out aiy change being made In the ap
paratus, the words could be distinctly
understood as over the regulation wire
telephone, and this was again followed
by the muffled and Indistinct sounds
of tho voice. At one time It was easy
To Identity the person talking by he
tone of the voice and his words were
Weast 12; feet, thence South
West 150 feet, thence South 41
125 icei to nuce of Beginning, containing
an area of 1H750 S4; feet.' ""
Subject to the followingMortgages, viz:
fa) MortfMze. T. U.. hnrln? to I'mstri-
of Oahu College, recorded In l.lber 1O1.
l-ollo 220. for tlree thousand Dollars.
(b) Mortgage, T.' B. 'Spring to L. I..
Cooke, Trustee, recordej In' l.lber 16)
Folio 61. tor two thouiind live liiin,lrt
(cl Mort2f. J. A. nuttcrlield tn Leu"
crs and Cooke, dated October ), lU, re
cords I In l.lbtr ij, Folio 181 to i8j, lor
line thouiJiid live hundred Dollar. '
Deputy hherlfi, Territory of Hawaii.
Dt-Cfinlrtr v, m. I7J0I
Novelty from Nitrate Ports,
Tho American schooner Novelty lit
command of Captain Hosendalo arrlyed
last evening from Calcta Uuena one of
tho nitrate ports In Chill. 8I10 was
Ilfty-threo days making tho trip and
reports fair weather but light wind.
Her cargo consists ot 750 tons of ni
trate consigned to tho Hawaiian Fer
tilized Co. This Is tho first tlmqCap
tain Itoaoiulalo has visited. Hqnoluln
harbor, hut'ln 1884 when master ot tho
ship Valley Forgo and on his wax
from Ncwcastlo tn San Diego with a
cargo nf coal ho stopped outsldo for
Instructions, In speaking of Calota,
Uuena tho raptuln stated that (s'meVe
ly 0110 of Die nitrate shipping porls
where some C00 to fiOO men llvo who arc
engaged In Mho lightering' of nltrato
Into vessels., The Novelty was' charter
ed by Ilalfoijr, (aiithrle & Co. from Its
owner Captain Simpson of Han Frun
Cisco, who Isjlhewliq the owner of tho
(lleancr now discharging coal at the
Oceanic wharf. ,
Tho John Currier is dlcharglng her
cargo at Irmgard wharf as rapidly as it
Is possible to remove It, but the cramp
ed condition of the wharves and th
approaches thereto precludes the possl
blllty of expediting the handling ot
Outside ot the wharves proper thero
Is no room to temporarily pile tho acS
cumulating freight. Dray after dray
stand In line waiting for an opportun
ity to take on a load. In tact there aro
many approaches to these wharves that I
l Is Impossible for a truck of any alzo''
to make a turn owing to the close prox
imity of a number of old Buildings that
are standing on ground that should be
given up to the shipping trade.. There
Is one, building that stands so cfose to
tho waters edge that upon several oc
casions tho brickwork has been punc
tured by tho bowsprits of ships lying at
the adjacent docks.
Late nilvlim aro tn the effect that the
II. H. Kiint.n.it Wheeling will vlrit the
Island of O.iIiii fur llm purpose of In.
latliig hidden if if in Ihu Imrbnr nl
Sailors Came to Time,
Thero is quite a little story connect
ed with tho departure of the St. Katli
ariho yesterday rndrnlng for"8an
Francisco, She was shy two able
bodied seamen just before sailing and
tho captain making known his wants
was quickly supplied by McCarty the
seaman's friend who picked up a couple
on tho beach and placed them on board
ship. As the entire crew were all union
men with the exception of the two new
arrivals they refused to turn, to and
sworo thit all union men or nothing
would go with them. After the tug had
taken tho ship well outside of tno
channel orders were iglven to let go
tho tug hawser but nary a move upon
tho part of the crew. At this Juncturo
of affairs the first mate let go the tug
hawBer and then the ball began to roll
'for It Is said that Captain Saundets
apeared on deck with ,hls hip pocket
bulging out and credited .jvUli sayn
th'at.tho crow would' find out who was
rtlnnlh'g'thVahh) nnci that they wou'd
turn to "pretty lively. It was noticed
as the' tlig pullcti away from the.,vei
el that tho (op1 Balls went, ijp jifely.
Just'What'lniliudirrents the rnptnln! of
fered to causn this sudden change of
Ideas amongst the' crew will only he as
certained upon tho arrival ot tbo.cap
tain mi tho Coast,
TO CIIIH5 A C0J.H IN ONB DAV,
Take Laxative Ilromo Qulnlna Tablets,
All drilKXlsta refund (tin money If It
falls to cure. 13. W, drove' slguutur.
Is cm each box. 26 centa,