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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. H. T., MONDAY, JULY IS, 1901.
E. O. HALL. & SON,
KING AND FORT STREET
CIIAS. F. HERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
I2B MERCHANT STREET.
Next to Stangenwald Bldg.
Surreys, Phaetons, Bugsies, Road Wagons, Delivery
Wagons, Drays. Nobby Buggy and Surrey Harness,
with Genuine Rubber, Nickel or Immitation. : : : :
Rubber Trimmings, Collars, all kinds and sizes. Axle
Grease, Chamois Skins, Sun Shades, Wool Mats,
Washers, Dash Lamps, Feather Dusters, Hair Tassels,
Harness Oil, Bits, Sponges, Whips, Horse Brushes,
Harness Soap, Harness Dressing.Tie Ropes, Carriage
Lamps, Lap Robes, Etc. :::::::::
GOODS PERSONALLY SELECTED BY' C. P. HERRICK ON HIS
RECENT TRIP EAST.
Columbus Buggy Co.
Guilty of Assault
Mrs. Lange and her daughter Mamie
were In the Pollco Court this morning.
Mrs, Lange was charged with assault
and battery on Mamie and although
both she and her daughter den::u
the Judge believed the witnesses for
the prosecution other than the daugh-1
It was testified that the woman tried
to poke her daughter In the face'wlth
an umbrella because the child would
not turn over her earnings of the night
before to) the mother. In fining the
-woman Judgo Vfllcdx told her that he
hoped she would appeal the case so
that he would have the opportunity of
furnishing the sheriff with witnesses
who could testify In the higher court
of the life the woman was causing the
little girl to lead.
IN THE CIRCUIT COURT.
Kalua Kapuklnt, who has been un
der the guardianship of J. A. Magoon
since 1894, has died a petition in the
Circuit Court asking for this" dis
charge of "her guardian. She alleges
that she lias never at any time been In
competent to care for her estate and
denies that she has been Intemperate
or Irresponsible. She alleges, among
other things, that she has had peat
difficulty In securing as much money
from her guardian as she wanted and
needed. 3. Koblnaon Is her attorney.
In the Bult if Marconi's, Wireless
Telegraph Company vs. F. J. Cross, de
fendant, by his attornv Hatch &
Sllllma'n, has filed an answer-of gen
IiV,the suit to quiet title brought by
J. A. Magoon vs. L. Tal Young et al.,
Judge dear granted n temporury In
junction this morning to the plaintiff,
The defendant enjoined, pending the
proceedings In equity, against seeking
by suit at law to obtain possession or
title to the land In controversy.
FRESH LOADED SHELLS
just received for the opening of the
DOVB SEASON, JULY 1st.
Parker and other guns at prices' to
suit the pocket books : : : : :
C. F. HERRICK,
J. A. McKerron
FINE HORSE BOOTS
Highest award Paris 1900
AT ORPHEUM TO-NIGHT.
The World's Entertainers transfer
their entertainment to the Orpheum to
night for two performances at the re
quest of a good many lovers of vaude
ville who prefer their program served
up with Its usual accompaniments of a
license to smoke and wear a neglige
shirt and belt.
Both 'Mr! Lee and the local manage
ment are confident that this extension
of the season will result in crowded
houses and Indeed on such conditions
depends the likelihood of Honolulu be
ing revisited by a combination of like
value. It was the original Intention of
Messrs. Rial and, Lee tot mako their
way to Australia by way of Mexico and
certain South American cities but the
trial was finally given to the Honolulu
route. It Is only posslblo to make
this a satisfactory stopping place to
such companies by packing the capa
city of the house not one but every
night of, the season and the Orpheum
not only holds more people 'than-1 the
older house'but, as far as vaudeville
is concerned, Is possibly the more popu
lar house as far as everybody Is con
cerned, It Is the intention of Mr. Leo and his
partner, 'Mr. Rial, to Inaugurate a cir
cuit of high class vaudeville in-Australia
of which circuit Honolulu will
constitute, a point, .providing the re
ceipts make it the worth while to corns
this way. ..' Jx
The bill will lie changed both nights
at the Orpheum, consisting of two spe
cial programs w(th songs, pictures and
stories not yet presented. Mr. Lee has
by no means exhausted his gallery of
notabilities and Miss Gassma'n has
plenty of fresh material to drnw',froin.
The seats are on sale at the Orpheum
box office as usual and a heavy advance
sale prophesies u crowded house. The
gallery folk will probably take advan
tage of the opportunity to see not only
the best', hut tlio last vaudeville that
will be Been In Honolulu for some time
Blank books of all sortB, ledgers, etc,
manufactured by the Bulletin Publish
Weather Bureau, Punahou, July 1C.
Tcmperaturo Morning mlnlmum,
71; Mlday maximum, 84.
Barometer at 9 a. m. 30.02. Steady.
Rainfall 0.08. tj , i
Dew Point C9r
Humidity at 9 a. mr-80 per, cent. ...
Diamond Head Signal Station, July
15. Weather hazy; wind light NE.
- Saturday July I).
Sttnr Hawaii, Berg, from Hawaii poits.
Stmr Lehua. Dower, Irom Maul potts.
Stmr Mukolll, Napala, from Molokal.
Sunday July 14.
Stmr. W. O. Hall, Thompson, from
Slmi. Kltiau, Clarke, from Hllomnd
Stmr, Claudlne, Parker, from Maul
Am. bk, R. P. Rtthel, .McPhall, thir
teen dajB from San Francisco.
Am. schr. Rosamond, Johnson, ten
and one-half days from San Francisco.
Sunday, July 14.
Am. bkt. Planter, Chase, for San
Francisco, with sugar.
Am. bk. Alexander McNeil, Jurgen
son, for the Sound.
Am. bkt. Quickstep, for the Sound,
from nnchdraga off port.
( O. & O. S. S. Doric, from Son Fran
cisco; may arrive this afternoon.
O. 8. S. Mariposa, from tho Colonics;
may arrive tonight.
S. S. Belgian King, from Yokohama.
O. S. S. Sierra, Houdlettc, for San
Francisco; at 5 p. m.
O. S. S. Mnrlposp, P.rnnlc, for San
0. & O. 8. S. Uorl?,, Smith, for the
Stmr. .I.chua, Dower, for Knunnka
kal. Stmr. Mukolll, fur Lfthnlna.
Stmr. W. G., Jinn, .Thompson, for
Stmr. Manila Loa, Slmerson, for Ha
waii nnd Maul ports, ,'
Stmr. Claudlne, Parker, for Maul
Stmr. Ktnau, Clarke, for llllo and
From Hllo and wayports, for "Meamfr
Kinau. Ptlnce DavlJ Kawnanakoi, Mr.
a id Mrs. Gwens. Miss Gwens, L. schojn,
B tptaln C. Capllos. C. Lycurgus, J. E.
Brd, William I Auld and wife, Jenn'e
osenblum.MIss H. Austin. H.I. Cruzen,
A Marcalllns, M. Cullen, George Angus,
ri. B. Gthr, Miss Woodman, Miss Htner
chlage, Mrs. M. A. Haojt, Captain Missen
and wife, Miss I. ul'a Hapal.lMIs Hannah
Akanul, B Ballentlne, A. W. Do, Mrs.
B n. Macy, Miss Macy, Miss Payn, II. H.
Edmonds, a. n. Baldwin, o. ADernam
and wife, Miss Aiken, Edward Pcry,
Miss Mary Mune, Alex Nawahl, J. K. Like,
W. Coop:r, F. E. King, Mrs. Kamanouhi,
J. A. Perrelda, Miss N. Hall, J. R. Berg
s'orm Miss A. J. Van Deerllng. Miss H.
Van Deerllng, J. Berklnshaw, J. S. Gra
ham, J. O. Carter, Jr. and wife, and
seventy-three deck passengers.
From Kauai, per stmr. W. G. Hall.
July, uth Mes'rs. Smith. Makee. Burk-
hdtz, Agasslz, Scott, Rowell AnJerso-,
Sturgeon, Honkspell, Jaeger, Buck, Rich
ardson, Captain Smith, Mls Mossman,
F. M. Hatch, R. W. Shingle, G. C. Potter,
n. n. uranam, a. j. ampDeii, J. k
Gait, Vetleson, W. A. Klnnev, I. Dilling
ham, C. Kimball, T. C. Howell, Kldd,
T. J. Lewis. C. J. Falk, J. II. Fisher, H.
Armltage, Waterhouse, Stodgart, Miss L.
Kekaha, Miss Beckley,and forty-five deck
From Maul ports, per strm. Claudlie
July t4lh W. L.Stanley,H.G. Danford,
Mrs. Wnlte. W. J. Forbes, and wife, C.
B. Wells. Dr.'Stlth and wife. G. M. Han-
c;ck, W. Kcanu, Captain Lane, A. Mene
foglit, J. J. Hogan, L. Joseph and wife,
and three children, Wong San, L. Yalona,
Mr. J. belt, ana cnild. Mary A. Keala,
Mrs. George Fern, W. Gcllette,J..Kalaina
For San Francisco, per O. S. S. Mari
posa, July 1C Prof. Durld Starr Jor
dan, II. M. von Holt, wife and child,
Miss M. E. Featherstone, Mrs. S. B.
Check and daughter, Jas. McKUlapp,
Rev. M. S. Levy, Jas. Qulnn, J. R, Far
leyl. Miss Emma Blake, J. Warfield, J.
C. Cohen, D. A. Dowsett and wife, Dr.
R. M. Stlth, Miss Blxby, W. H. Scott,
C. B. Wells, Miss A. Bralnerd, John
Plver, B. Robinson. Mrs. Hoffman and
two children, Mrs. Lawrence, Miss Har
dlnge, Dr. T. E. Bailey, Mrs. Galla
gher and daughter, Miss Hacger, Miss
C. L. Abbott, S. T. Alexander.
For San Francisco, per O. S. S. Si
erra, July 16 E. Madden, wife and son,
Paxton Wright, H. C. Meyer, Mr.
Block, M. B. Mllman, E. E. Gray, E.
J Catton, N. A. Saeger, F. A. Schmidt
Mrs. Mumford, Miss Morrow, G. W.
In the Police Court this forenoon, D.
Haglund was fined $50 and costs on the
charge of assault and Lattery on W. H.
McCormlck, Oliver Kane, charged with
embezzlement, was committed to the
Circuit Court for trial. Sagata, charg
ed with heedless driving, was fined 110
and costs, Seet Emalla again appeared
on a charge of drunkenness. Judge
Wilcox reprimanded and discharged
- The'Clnudlne;ls now ,)ald tip for he'r
regular overhauling. Tomorrow the
steamer Maul will go out in her place.
The Claudine's freight clerk and pur
ser with assistants will transfer their
departments to the Maul,
On arrival the steamer Mariposa will
go to the Channel wharf. This Is on
account1 of the crowded condition -of
the other city wharves, t
The Mokolli sails this afternoon on a
special trip to Kalaupipa. On Thurs
day afternoon, Bhe.wlH'sall for'Kaaha-
pall and Lahalna,, J, f
In tho esWe o? j. W. Wulbers,; de
ceased, Geo, R'.-Carter has been ap
pointed 'administrator'' under bondiof
$200. . t
510' RUPTURE GIMD
Mli&M&Ufc ( TEH DOLLARS.
mim-ir uuuimii ior nui
MikiiL phew, t ttnli'nl i,
YUlltlltllUf ttitt uv. hptii.
ityntKiinmfiirt to tlmriii
(.list urufrl InlSHif UiIh'
-DMlkilu, I (rlTlntf mil In forum I inn n-.HtHl, IiuiimMi
Uely on rerpTni fi . taint tux) llila mlvl. Cull m mrA
uunifi mil ca i - runci $ca
rrt Ah. in this column nill be inserted
at 10 cents nc t iiiffrriii ; -
.1. i ....Ji.v...-. 4i .,ii ,...- ...1.. tn
Cf HIV Mil f flCriHUHfff "' t CHIcl UHt XTtK-i ''
cents two tictkt. ttutl CO cents one month.
This is thf c?tfo)rt ttttttrlisingeter offered
it.. . r. -. t..ttt
ine fiff'ptr vj imitwtu
NOTICE I hue remove! my tus1nr-s ofiictto its
KaiTiuroanu ktreet whtre 11 1 ter'nwJ to e
my filendtanJ patrons. A H B nit. Collector ani
Uulntit Agent. i879-tf
AM. MOORE StiBMrIiV inJ Typewriting
solicited. Hoom it.Camptell Ulk. Tel. Main t8t
OTU-E The eroundt of the AtexanJtr Youn
Uulldinj. and the private street to tx Known as
Bishop street, are cIoJ to theruMIc until further
Supt. Alexander Young BM.
IOTICE TO UUILDEUS-The Union Eipress Co.
1 has WHITK SAND FOR SALE HH"
WANTED Erercetlc workers to distribute adver
tlslnff. such as circulars sample of reerchan
dlse, etc. for American manufactures. (Vrmaneat
occupation; cood pay. Write for particulars t
40 W aSth St.. New York. U. S. A.
8S38 July ii,i6.iQ.it.i6V. Aug t ,
A DESIRABLE PARTY with Sieoooc cash wkhes
to purchase hou and lotcljse to ton Bal
ance pattle on easy terms. ApMy,H,J.,P O.
Box 8jt. i888-tf
WANTED-YounC lady clerk, for a few we.ks.
Experience unnecessary address. In own hand
writing, stating salary deshed. Sec. I. o n.x (8j
WANTED-A bright capable driver, for a bieai
wagon, one with experience preferred andean
come well recommended. New England Bakrry.
W AN TED To Sell JtweLtty and Watches
' In the latest styles. Watches repaired try a
iiweler of is years experience, O. DIErZ. Fort St.,
near Motel. iSo8-tf
11 ANTED -Book-keepers and office-clerks, drivers
salesmen ana an classes oi neip. uon i wait
in til ysu see the add In the paper, but call today at
Select Employment Bureau corner of Alikea and
WANTED ladles and gentlemen to Introduce the
"hottest" seller on eaith. Dr. White's Electric
Comb, patented i&n. Agents are cilnlng none,
Cures all forms of vcatp at Iff en ts. headaches, etc
yet costs the same as an ordinary comb. Send 50c In
tamps for sample D, N. Rose, Cn. Mgr., Deca
tur. III. iBip-im
ROOM AND BOARD.
A MAN AND WIFE would tike room and board In
private family. Address "A" this omce. om-iw
tlANTED A man and wife to Nurd Inprhate
" houe or to lake charge nf house for three months
and buard owner House on Beretanla street 1 O.
Box ;it j imu-.tf
WANTED An experienced Gentleman Steno
grapher and Typewriter with a tit knowledge
of Book-keeping. Address H. R , P. O. Box 60s.
Honolulu 1 8.)o -1 w
WANTED, to correspond with a sensible, middle
E4 gentleman, an attractive widow of refine
ment and culture, desirous of domestic feilclty.
Gentleman must be congenial, have a comfortable In
come, and be able to provide a good home. Must be
a to at absttlner from liquor. Address "Widow"
P. O, Box tiB, Honolulu, r. H. No coTesftndence
wanted that Is not sincere. All communlcat ons held
strictly confidential itop-tf
LET A store at the Territory Stables. Inaulrc
at the offi : t8Sow
RESIDENCE OF JOHN CASSIDY at
BV Walklkl for rent. Two story house of nine
rooms, with large lanal, mosquito proof throughout
hot water for bath; also cottage of two rooms n yard.
Good teach and sea bathl g; also Tine view of Hono
lulu. Apply to J, W. Podmore, P, O. Box 421. or
telephone Black ill. i68g-tf
FOR RENT and Furniture for Sale New modern
house, completely furnished, six bedrooms, bath
electric lights, coolest and mest desirable location In
the city, tst mnalllo street. i8B8-iw
TO LET Three newly furnished rooms, motqutti
proof and cool, Macklock Ave , between Pllkol
and JCeeaumoku. t8a7-tf
TO LET A nicely furnished cotrage of three rooms
and bath, suitable for gentleman, 560 Beretanla
St.. town lde of Thomas Square. iI3t-iw
FOR RENT Furnished room In private house on
King St. car line, near first-class boarding
house J. W. BULLETIN. i8Jt-i1
TO LET Six room cottage, next to Mormon
church, porcellan bath, patent w c, etc. Rent
$too. Apply to A G. Cunha, i886tmo
rO LET A nice large front room. 99 Beretanla
COR RENT Store and rooms cottage partly fur-
nlshed. No. en, School street corner Achl Lane.
Apply L F Asbahr. Hoffmann Saloon. i88-tf .
RENT Six room colfitj corner Pfntafofa A
Lunatilo streets. Emmett May, Judd Building,
LET Two from room,.
No. u Crdrn Line.
ACOTTAOE TO LET-Flv. room. Just off W.lkl.
kl Ro.J. Immediate posseislon. RcntSijoo
month. Apply Trimw.y Ofllcv, Punahou.
TO LETTh. VI J. VIII. I, now unj.r Hie minace
ment of Mr. D S RelJ. tNkely furnished room,;
pig poarj c.n r. n.q on .pplcalun. iBTO-iro,
O lET-.'jo Wilder Avnu. Ponahou, New
iiuuh 7 iwmi, , ivtjriKimi, porceuan Paul,
panlry, He. Addrei.W. H. thli Office. i8tytl
CURNISHED ROOM DURING SUMMER for on.
I or two Ia4!e. aultable for teacher, attendlno.
summer tchool Apply, lvlnf nam. and address, to
"A H." this office. i8;.m
IK you fcav. a house for rent, or want to rent a
house, call on A, K, KINDT, office with Guide
PublkhlnKCo , Campbell Block, Merchant street,
Telerhun. Main m. A 8.,-If
OTFICES TOR RENT-ln BrewecMldlrji:, Queen
street, on reasonable terms. Apply to C, ftrewer
Co , Li j,
OFFICES FOR RENT-Four tare, room, now
occupied by Maor Robinson as Quartermaster',
offices. In Progress ll.o.k, will be for rent afler June
Jo The rooms will be rented singly or etilulte.
tpply to C. S. I'eskv, Progress Block. ' sS).tf
FOR RENT An eight room Cottage. All "modern
Improvements. Two minutes walk from Tram
way. Inquire at the Mint or Favorite Saloon ito tf
'O LET Comfortable cottaire, on the premise, of
in. aamiaiy aic.in baunury lo. LI1 Jliarmion
and South street,. The cottage, contain t room,,
kitchen and oath room. No extra charge for hot and
cold water and electric light,, Rent reasonable, Ap
ply on the premise, to J. Llghlfoot, managir, os-if
Opportunity for Some Men
The brisk selling of the past few weeks has played
such havo; with our lines of sizes In NEGLIGEE A
SHIRTS, that we have decided this week to offer ;
you the entire lot at ,
These are not Inferior shirts not one of them.
They are of tine Madras, solid colors, full size, per-
frt fit. I nnlr rlntv alter h HttU Mna that n
good shirt always has, not one Is missing. What are they worth?
II we said that they cost us double what we now offer them at, you would think
we were romancing so we say ALMOST'duuble. They really averaged us Jto.oo
a dozen. But no matttr-lf you can find your size you are the gainer. We don't
promise that you will, but remember the sooner you for your wife) can come In
the better the chance.
"Silver" "Brand Collars and Cuffs.
WHITNEY .St MARSH, LTD.
COR SALC A tS h-trse power Lnglne and sjwlng
outfit In gi4 wond'tlon Can t-e wen unrk'ng
Inlleliher', arl O.poslte Honolulu Iron Work.
Kakaako 1884 iw.
FOR SALE Coiner grocery store. eltaMKhrd for
orr two years, has large and ond patronage.
For further particulars a?ply by mall. Hllo. p.a.b. to.
PR ALE-Fjrnltureof 8 rooms house for sate
with trlvteige of renting the same rert$noo
returns 540.00 celtrally loca ed, Address to this
office. 18T4 tf
FOR SALE Sl lot, on Kapanulu Road, Kalmukl
Tract, dfeap, on th Installment plan. Apply
Emmett May, Jjdd Building. r8ij.tt
FOR SALE-Hive ust received . lot of new and
secondhand Smith-Premier iyrewrlters, which
are for sate or rent. An unusual chance 'or securing
a good an, cheap machine. Washington Ltght Co.
FURNITURE of three rooms, new. Parlor, two bed
rooms and dln'ng room , also new drop awnings
to fit leven ,ectons of lanal, HOUSB TO pent, To
gether or seperats, R. W. Atkinson, Room I, .Mer
chant and Alakei
COR SALE-At very low price,. In Hllo -own One
1 lot at Rlversld. Park, commanding the best view
of Ocean and Mountain. Sl lot,, atl fronting the
treet. one cottage occupying middle let and well
furnlihtd. For particular, apply to A. M; Potemkln.
AN ESTABLISHED PAYING BUSINESS with
" opportunity of Increase. Must be sold on account
of party Iraving tiwn. One momh', services given
mi n If purchased before July tj, toot. Appl to F,
J. Russell, Atn-ney. Magoon Building.
COR SALE A phaeton In excellent condition, cloth
1 lined. Cost ), new. For sale chlap. Inquire
of Mr, W, C. Waeion. Bingham St.. or room 8.
LOST-A tend Degree Masonic Charm. Finder
retuin 10 Bulletin Office and rcelve reward. 8q-tf
SCHOOL STREET BOY8 WIN,
The School street baseball team cap
tioned by Jos. Santos defeated the Aula
team captained by Fred Limning In an
exciting game played by the youngsters
yesterday, The score was 14 to 6. The
Aala team was made up as follows Fred
Limning, 0. M. Sousa. p and 2b; Dai Id.
lb; En Sue, p and 2b; E. Ayati. 3b; I..
Sing, ss; J. Ward, If; V. Ayan, cf;
L. Chock, rf. '
School street ....2101000 1 5
Anla 3 0 0 13 1 4- U
Election of Officers.
At the Adjourned Annual Meeting of the
StpcU-holders of Henry May iV Co., Ltd.,
held In this city on July ijth, loot, the
following officers were elected to serve
during the ensuing vear:
Mr T May President
Mr H E Mclntvre- Vice President
MrSG Wilder Secretaiy
MrF Autrhach...Teasurer& Manager
Mr F W MacFarlane..... Auditor
The Board of Directors comprise the
Officers and Mr E D Tenney and Mr E F
S G Wilder.
u 1 1 - . .. Secretary.
Honolulu, July nth, 1901. 6-t
Monday and Tuesday
Transferred from the OPERA HOUSE.
TWO SPECIAL BILLS!
CHANGE OF PROGRAM EACH
Pronounced the best entertainment that
has come to Honolulu.
60c, 70c, and $1.00.
Parties visiting Lahalna on Maul can
secure ample and comfortable rooms, baths
and shaving parlors in connection.
E. E. MILLER, Prop.
Formerfu McCann's. l87j-tf
Jas. F. Morgan
11 65 Queen Street '
I. - .'.'.
ly order of Mr. W. Wolters I offer
for sale the following valuablo prop
erty:. 1 That lot on tho corner of Green
and Kaplolanl streets, slzo 100x100 feet.
The place Is well laid out In palm and
2 That lot on Orcen street, near the
corner of Kaplolanl, size 95x145 feet,
together 'with a house of t rooms,
and a stable with servants' quartern.
The garden la welt laid out with
palm and fruit trees.
JAS. F. MORGAN, '
65 Queen Street.
LODGING HOUSE FOR RENT.
A LARGE, NEWLY-BUILT ROOM
Ing house of thltU-two rooms, each about
10 x 12 feet. Two patent closets and
three bathronm dnwnt.ilr. .inj th .nm
number upstairs. Location near corner
r-ort and Vineyard streets.
Further particulars of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
6s QUEEN STREET"
, ' Nf"
No More Dread
of the Dental Chair
TEETH EXTRACTED AND TILLED
ABSOLUTELY WITHOUT PAIN by
our late scientific method applied to the
gums. No sleep-producing agents or
These are the only dental parlors In
Honolulu having PATENTED APPLI
ANCE3 and Ingredients to extract, nil',
and apply gold crowns and porcelain
crowns undectocable from natural teeth
and warranted for ten years, WITH
OUT THE LEAST PAIN. All work
dono by GRADUATED DENTISTS of
from 12 to 20 years' experience,, and
each department In charge of a Special
ist. - Give us 'a. call, and you wlirnnd
us to do exactly as wo adfertlse.jfWe
will tell you In advanco exactly What
your work will cost by a'FREEEX
AMINATION. Set Teeth 1 S OO
Gold Crowns $5.00
Gold FllllnitB $1.00
Silver Fillings J 'S0c
NO PLATES fflfc. if
Our name alone -will be a guarantee
that your work will be of tho best.
New York Dental Parlors,
Room 4. Elite Building, Hotel Street.
LADIES IN ATTENDANCE.
MasssMslsljrfl PUs1 1 If k' Jj-lMf
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