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...NOVEMHEK 5, 1901.
Attorney J. J. Dunne rcslgmd and
Attorney General Dole fell on his neck
nnd wept. A man has been discovered would still lack Us proper reprcsenta-w-ho
Is willing to work for the govern-1 tlon on the executive committee by
ment nnd not ask for pay
If Kmll Ney has not sudli lent respect
for the lourt of which he Is nn onicer
nnd the p.irty committee that endorsed
him, to prevent his appearance In po -
lice court embrogllos the best thing
ne inn uo is oucr ins resignation.
Admiral Schley may have been sub
jected to great Injustice at the hands
of" brother officers, but It is doubtful
, ., .. , n .. ,. . , .
whether anything Sampson ever did ,
him can equal the alleged picture pub
lished by the official orgau this morning.
Contractors of the city who want toK'"' proieeil honestly nnd manfully to
know the details about tho construe-) orr''ct- " The voters are calmly
tlon of thp new wharf to be built bv, matching the proceedings.
Cotton Urothers for the Territory
ought not to languish long In an The efforts of the Dole-Thtirston ring
ntmosphere of mystery, do to Super- to keep up the cry against the new-
,-. . . r. t nJ ..... tin l...'nnmnannH.lllnl.. n Mnltniinui. n...m-
lllll'IlUt'Ul fiuyu UIIU una mil. !! imi,
et to refuse Information to the tax
Mrs, Koosevelt Is quoted as salng
lnce she became mistress of the Whit I most unholy detail of this campaign ol
House that any woman with common i piejudlce Is the method of appeal to
ensc could be well dressed on 1300 aftho Hnwallan-Amerlcnn populatloa
vear. Coming from a member or the
Koosevelt family It Is safe to say this
Is not n remark based on beautiful
theory but Is rather the result of Mrs.
Hoosevelt's own experience.
The controversy over the member
ship In the committee mny be drawn
Into the executive lommittee, and If
the anarchists get their own wa It
will never be laid until the court of last
resort has been reached Advertiser.
Are Thurston's assassins of ch.iran-
fir utnrtltiff In tit urirlt nir.illt. Kit f.ir!
us known the are the only ones favor- ,lik" ' ",xlnK Ilonkcr Washington to
Ing revolutions savoring of political ' dine with hltn at tho White House. It
anarchy. lis an error of Judgment utid a breach
, , of good taste which can have no good
"So many men are not patient the ; Ptr,a un. wn. It cim be of no pos
jvre not willing to labor and wait. The , ,,,. n(ha,ltal!,. lo tll(. ,ftcp to whlch
Ignore details. They want to rea, i Washington belongs, and It Is not cal
success at a bound. This Is where thej cualC(1 , wn clth(n. ,rlcmUl or
make a mistake." These remarks from , for UooM.w.u , 10 smith. Mc.
a Mainland contemporary bearing ") Klnley. who knew nnd respected llook
thn failure of oung men to succeed'. Washington, never offended the
may well be pondcicd by members ot ,,.,, , ,, Thn SoH,h
the Republican Territorial orgaulra-1 klllllly fcen(, flir to0Kcvelt .and
tlon who hope to lend the party In tho,t ,, , incUwii , ,,,,,. ,n cnp.
pathway to iucc-tss. .,,,. (.riti,.iHnl of Mm. ,,, he cannot
Politics In Ohio me" beginning tn
warm up, and in the course of Its cut
torlnl remarks the MansHeld New
as: "The poor. old. debilitated organ
of the office-seeking, office-holding,
tax-grafting company (limited) Is elat
ed at the tax-grafting suits brought
against the Sherman estate by ths
same old gang." All of which lead
the people of Hawaii to believe that the
local official organ has a close news
paper relative In the Ohio field of ynll
tcls Persons well acquainted with Porto
Itlcan laborers state that they aro
trnHthlf nml fnRllv linndleil liv thnsri
W.io understand their peculiarities, and
a hard crowd when dealt with by out-'the
sldcrs. This may be the secret of the I
marked differences of opinion on Porto
Itlcan l.ilior nmong the plantation
managers. It Is at least home out by
the experience of Olaa where an Intel
ligent Porto Rlcnn Is cmplojed as a
general poohbah. He settles family dif
ferences, gives advice and has a gen
eral oversight of the laborers In their
homes and In the field. Ol.ia's report
thus far has been that tho Porto Rl
cans are all right and more are want
The men who persist In saying that
Hanna Is not friendly to President
Roosevelt point to n recent conversa
tion In which Mr. Hanua said: "Mr.
President. 1 wish you success and a
prosperous administration, I trust )tu
will command me If I can hu of ser
vice." The President expressed his
gratitude and ine two men separated
without further remarks. If Ilauna'-i
words express enmity, the Kngllsh
language has lost Its meaning. Some
people hoping for a low between
iiopscveii nnu poiucai ic.uiers seem
to think, the only proper pioof of
friendship Is for Hanna nnd Piatt to
spend their spare momentB roosting on
tho Whlto House steps and ultimately
shouting "Wo aro Roosevelt's friends.'
A Bulletin correspondent of Kau, In
the course of critical temarks upon
the police department of the ciistilct In
Its relation to the Kaluna murder cjso
says: "livery one except the pollen
feci sure they could pmco their hands
on the murderer and evidence is known
to all but the detectives." On the fives
of it this pictures a decidedly bad state
orf affairs In the district of Kau, but
,tho natural query Is nt once offered,
If these' peoplo know so much about the
murderer why do they not put their
Information In the hands of the pollcu.
Should this bo dono fflnl the police then
fall to act there would certainly be
good reason for an upheaval. A great
many people may havo convictions
nnd as they believe infoimntlon but
when It romes to tho point of posltlvo
proof they often find their conviction"
lacking In essential details of fait
Any person hnvlng knowlidgo In con
nection with a murder and falling to
Infoim the prosecuting officer of tho
government merits criticism with a
police department charged with Incom
petence. Kau citizens who feel suro
they could plnre their hands on tho
murdeiei are In duty hound to locntH
the murderer at the earliest posslbls
Till'. IIONtlKT METHOD.
As predicted by the Ilultctln n fac
tion of the Ilcpulitlcnn executive com i
mlttco now pl.ina to place John C. Lane
on tho committee In nlace of Win
Coelho, and at tho same time retain the
Increased membership secured by the
. liirgili ciuciitm ui utimuu uiiu juiii-p.
Thus It Is hoped to placate Lane's large
following nnd request the party rank
and file to overlook the Illegal acts per
petrated In the proxy assembly of the
The Bulletin has no means of know
Ing whether Mr. Lane will accept this
nbertle solution or not, but Judging
from his published remarks neither
Lane nor his friends will ccn, by In
ference, endorse the Illegal action of
the committee. Leaving the question
of legality aside, should Mr. Lane tem
porarily fill the acnncy caused by
Coclho's absence, the Fifth District
reason of both of the "at large" mem-
I hers being residents of the Fourth DIs-
ThVr Is but one honest solution of
, lhc Ht.piibllcan committee muddle nnd
1 tilc honesty of committee membeis
i,vlll be u,stC(l ,y llietr endeavors to
accept or reject It. The arbitrary ad
dltlon of two mcmbe.s "at large" M
without piccedent nn'd should be re
scinded. The members elected ought
IU II.CU BUIIIlll'Hk ll'K.IIU i.ll l.lll e"-
tendered them. The committer will
gain prestige by evincing u readiness
to rccognlro their mlslnko and forth-
..vinci .unniiimi: u luimuuuun (jL-iiuuir
ante Having many Interesting phases,
and more particularly evidencing tho
motives of the at present controlling
forces In official life. The worst and
The kamanlna Is put forward as the
only Moses capable of honesty. Every
American coming to the Territory la
represented as a man seeklug a govern
ment billet, prompted by British If not
corrupt Ideals. The continuance of
this work to dlsciedlt If not defame
American cltliens speaks for Itself.
A SOUTHERN VIBW.
President Hoosevelt 1ms made a nils-
e"'?H h" Sol",h to refrain from crltl-
cluing his conduct In having negroes
In dine at the White House table. He
knows the feeling and sentiment in the
South, nnd there Is no good reason why
he should deliberately pffend It. The
South does hot condone such things.
It has a better, more complete and
thorough knowledge of the negro than
any other section or people nas or Is
P,"ely to have, and this knowledge
which some arc pleased to term "preju
dice," Is entitled to more respect than
what may be termed the maudlin senti
ment manifested in some quarters and
luhcil on Iguoiaiicu of the negro qucs-
'I he negro Washington commands
South's icspectlind gocd will. He
Is a man of good ehniacter nnd dc
serves gu.it ci edit for tho success hi
has achieved for himself ami for the
wink he Is doing for his rare. The
American has not hesitated to accord
him all due pi.iIkc. Hut tho South In
sists that the line which divides the
races In the matter of social equality
must be rlgldl) maintained. The rea
sons for this It Is not necessary to dis
cuss with anybody who has any In
telligent knowledge of the raco ques
tion as It Is presented in the South.
There arc rnclal differences and, dis
tinctions which no amount of theoriz
ing or social recognition van eliminate.
or destroy. Those who believe that
they can benefit, the whlto race or elo-
vate the black raco by eating or sleep
Ing with negroes have studied ctlinuln
gy to Ilttlo purpose. President Roose
velt is half Southern In blood. Had hU
mother been piesent when he seated
Hooker Washington at Ills table she
would doubtless have declined to sit
fit the same table. President Roosevelt
has made a blunder, the bad effect of
which will reach beyond him
-, . . .
OPINION IK RESERVED.
I Anglican Church Chronicle.
Tho dellbeiatlons of the General
Convention of the Chinch In Amerlcu
havo been observed with much Interest
b churchmen In Hawaii, and In fact
by Clulhtians of every communion.
The following paragraph from an ac
count of the pinccedlngs seems to havo
given great satisfaction to some. Kor
ouiselvcs It Is dinicult to form an opin
ion in the view of past history. Wo
shall wait fiitulo developments:
It Ik a cause for congratulation Ibat
the difficulty existing tor so long a
time In tho church In Hawaii has been
happily settled. A committee of three
Ulshops, consisting of Illshop Nichols
of California, Illshop Capers or South
Carolina nnd Illshop Whltakcr of
Pcniisylvunlo, met the nishop of Ho
nolulu In conference with most happy
results. Illshop Willis will resign tho
see, his resignation to tako effect on
April 1. 1901 This chutc.li will then
Pubs under tho Jurisdiction of thn
American as a missionary Jurisdiction.
Its oveislght is to bo supplied by the
pi i aiding Illshop until such time as a
missionary Illshop may be appointed."
The selfish man goes out of his way
to get in other people's way.
Law'n' order "Keep off the grass."
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Fine Carriages, Wagons and Tracks.
Repair Work a Specialty.
All orders promptly attended to.
Only competent help employed.
Rubber Tires put on in Satisfactory Manner.
Tel. Blue 541.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having made large additions to our machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels ::::::::
at the rate of 25 cents per dozen, cttrth cale
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
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tiinn ilnrtntr hnilm..' hrmrc '
call for your work.
Will bo received nt tho office of the
Superintendent of Public Works until
Wednesday, November Cth, 1901, at
1:30 p. m., for furnishing to tho De
partment of Public Works tho follow
lug supplies In quantities as required
fiom time to time, during the term of
seven months, from December 1st.
1901, to June 30th, TOOL'.
SCHEDULE OF ARTICLES
Required by the Bureau, of Public
Works for the Term of Six Months
Commencing December 1st, 1901,
Ited Urlcks, per M.
California, l.lme. per S bid. lots
Portland Cement, per 10 bid. lots
Nor'west, per M feet.
Kough Merchantable, 1x6, to CxS, not
over 32 feet long.
Kough Merchantable, over 12 Inches
wide, or over 32 ft. long.
Hough Merchantable, 1x3, 4, I nnd
Hough Timber, SxlO nnd over.
Selected Stock, advance over above.
Tongued and llroovc-d. Ixti.
Tongued and Grooved, lxl, 1 1x1,
Hustle nnd Double-lap Siding.
Clear, surfaced ono side, slash grain
Clear, surfaced one side, vertical
Clear, surfaced one side, stepping.
Pickets, rough pointed, board meas
ure. Oak Plank, 2 to 4 Inch.
Redwood, per M feet.
Hough Matters, 1-2x2, and 3.
Clear, surfaced om; side, up to 18 In.
Clear, surfaced one side, over IS In
Tongued and Grooved.
Hustle and Clapboards.
H. 11. Ties.
Spruce, per M feet.
Clear, surlaced unci side, 12 nnd It
Clear, surfaced one side, 1C and Is
Shingles, per M,
Cedar, sawn, 6-2.
Cedar, sawn, S-2.
Laths, per bundle.
I A f, in1 tn K.mrlln
6 ft. SO to bundle.
8 ft. M to bundle.
Cut Nalle.per keg. 6d.
Cut 'Nails, per Ueg, 8d.
Cut Nails, per keg, lvd.
Cut Nails, per Jceg, 12d.
Cut Nails, per keg, 20d.
Cut Nails, prr keg, 30d.
Cut Nails, per keg, 40d.
Cut Nails, per keg, 60d.
Wlro Nalls.por keg, fid.
Wire Nalls.per keg, 8d.
Wire Nalls.per keg. lOd.
Wlro Nails, per keg. 12d.
Wire Nails, per keg. 20d.
Who Nails, per keg. 30d.
Wire Nails, per keg. 40d.
Wlro Nails, per keg, CUd.
Galvanized Nails, per keg.
Galvanized Nails, per keg.
Galvanized Nails, per keg, lud.
Galvanized Nails, per keg, 12d.
Galvanized Nails, per keg, 20d.
Galvanized Nails, pur keg, 30d.
Galvanized Nalfs, per keg. 4ud.
Galvanized Nails, per keg, 60d.
Spikes, galvanized, per keg, 4 In.
Spikes, galvanized, per keg, S in.
Spikes, galvanized, per keg, 6 In.
Spikes, galvanized, per Iteg, 7 tn.
Iron and Steel.
Bar Steel, per lb.
Bar Iron, per lb.
Norway Iron, per lb.
Octagon Steel. 7-8 In., per lb.
Octagon Steel, 1 In, per lb.
Octagon Steel, 1 1-4 In, por lb.
Octagon Steel, 1 3-8 lo, per lb.
Crowbais, per lb,
llxtni Heavy Cast I ron Soli Plpo, 2, 3.
and 4 in, per ft.
Kxtra Heavy Castlron Soil Pipe Kil
lings, 2, 3 und 4 in.
Standaid Cajliron Soil Pipe, 2, 3 and
I In, per it.
Standard Castlron Soil Pipe Fittings,
'.'. 3 nnd 4 in.
Gnlvaulzcd Water Pipe, 1-2 In,
Gulvnnlzcd Wuter Plpo, 3-4 in,
Galvanized Water Pipe. 1 In, per ft.
Galvanized Water Pipe, 1 l-'s' In,
Galvanized Water Pipe, 2 In, per ft.
Gnlvanlrod Water Pipe, 3 In', per fL
Oalvanlrcd Water Pipe Klltlngs, 1-2,
8 4, 1, 1 1-2, 2. 3 In.
Corporation Stop Cocks. 1-2, 3 8, 3-4
nnd 1 in.
Carriage Holts, per cent off (prlco
Machluo Holts, per rent off (mire
Copper Hlvets, per lb.
Composition Nulls, per lb.
yellow Metal. Pi oz, per lb.
Yellow .Metal, 2rt oz per 111.
Coriugatcd lion, No. 24 gauge, per
Commuted lion. No. 26 gauc, per
Uad Headed Nails, pur lb.
Screws and Lead Washers, por lb.
Anchors, per lb.
Chain Cable, pei lb, slzu 3-t to 2
Galvanized Steel Wlro Cable, per lb.
Manila Hope, per lb.
Mill Klles, per doz 12 In.
Mill Files, per doz, 14 In.
' Mill Files, per .doz, 16 In.
Files, Hot-basted, per doz, 12 In.
Flics, flat-basted, per doz, 14 In.
Files, Hat-hasted, per doz, 16 In.
Hasps, por doz, 12 in.
Hasps, per doz, 14 In.
Hasps, per doz,. 16 in.
Wheelbarrows, all Iron, each.
Wheelbarrows, Iron tray, each.
Wheelbarrows, wooden tray, Iron
n heel, each.
Shovels, Ames' I.. II, per dozen.
Shovels, Ames' Scoop, No. 3, per doz.
Shovels, Ames' D, per dozen.
Handles for same, Scoop, per doz.
Handles for same, I.. II, per doz.
Handles for same, D, per doz.
Picks, Hunts, per dozen.
Picks, Iron City, per dozen.
Handles for same, Hunts, per dozen.
Handles for same, Iron City, per doz
Mattocks, Iron City, per dozen.
Ax Hnndles, per dozen.
Planters' Hoes, per doen.
Handles for same, per dozen.
Hammers, Sledge, per lb.
Hammers, Stone, per lb.
Handles for snme. Sledge, per dozen.
Handles for same, htone. per dozen.
Lanterns, Dletz Tubular No. 0, per
Globes for same, Ited, per doon,
Globes for same, While, per dozen.
Mason's Trowels, each.
Moitar lines, each.
Paint Brushes, Adnms' flat, I, 5 and
6 In, per dozen.
Whitewash Brushes, 6 and S Inch,
Dandy Brushes, best quality, per
Brooms, Push, 1 1 In, glued back, per
(lardcu Hose, per ft. lengths.
Steam Hose, per 0 ft. lengths.
Mops, per dozen.
Mop Handles, per doven.
Hattan lor Brooms, per bundle.
No. 1 Mill Brooms, per dozen.
Brilliant Shine, per rase of 2 dozen
Paints and -.
Prince's-Dry Metallic, per lb.
P & B, per gnllon.
Mogul, per gallon.
Peerless, per gallon.
Boiled I.luseed Oil, per gallon.
Litharge, per gallon.
, Turpentine', per gnllon.
White 1-ead. per lb.
Heel Lead, per lb. .
Whlto Zinc, por lb.
Putty, per Hi.
Conl Tnr, per hlil.
Carborllneiiin, per tibf:, per .". gallon
3 knot Tar Bnisli.
2 knot Tnr Brush.
Kerosene Oil, per case- (Brand).
D)iiiimi Waste, pel lb. (Kind).
Sheet Hubhet- Packing, per lb.
Amazon Parking, alt sizes, per lb.
Square Flax Hed Core Packing, all
sizes, per lb.
Harness, Leather and Findings.
Head Stalls, c-nc-li.
Collar Pads, per dozen pairs (best
Collar Caps with zinc, per dozen.
Cart Saddles, each.
Hames, per aozen pull H.
Horse Collars, C. C. each.
Horse Collars, B. T, eauii.
Horse Blankets, No. I, per dozen
Neatsfoot Oil, gallou.
l'lazei's Axlu Grease, per dozen.
No. 1 Harness Leather, per lb.
Lace- Leather, per foot.
Lubricating and Machine Oil.
Tioplc- Cylinder Oil, per gnllon (hbl.
Tropic Machine Oil, per gallon (1)1)1.
Cylinder Vnlvellne Oil. per gnllon
Cylinder Oil, 600 W, per gallon.
Lard Oil No. 1.
' Hed Engine Oil.
Cylinder Oil, Foil Douglas. ,
Cylinder Oil, 600 M.
Miueial Cantor OIL
Haw Castor Oil.
Tallow, per lb. (tub lots).
Graphite), per S II). tins.
Powder and Fuse.
Black Wanting Powder, per 2.' Hi.
drums (2S casu lots). -
No. 1 Hercules, CO lb. cases (GO case
No, 2 Hercules, 10 case lots.
No. 2 Horciiles, 20 case lots.
No. 2 Hercules, 100 case lots.
Low Powder, per 50 lb. case, (25 to
SO case lots).
Giant Powder Caps, per dozen boxes.
ruse, doublo tape, per casu of 6000
r.ieciric i-nmers, K and lii It, per
Hay and Grain.
New Zealand Oats, per lb.
California Wheat Hay, largo bales,
Culllornla Wheat Hay, small bales,
No. 1 Rolled Baiiey, pet lb.
No. 1 Surpilsu Oats, per lb.
Wheat Bran, per lb.
Oat Hay, per lb.
IIoibo and Mulct Shoeing, per set
of 4 shoes (Hon. Itoad Dept, Gaibagu
l)e it.. and Water Wpr:s Dept.)
Iloiso Shoeing, per bet of I shoes
Uou. I'lio Dept.)
Austinllnn Coal, 10 ton lots, dellv
eied to Asylum, Wjlllo nnu Makikl
Aiibttdllaii Coal, S and 10 tun lots,
di llvoied to Sewer Pumping Station,
Ausliallaii Coal, G and 10 ton lots,
ddlvcied to Iwllel caundry.
Australian Coal, S and 10 ton lots.
delivered to Government Stables.
Australian Coal, 5 and 10 ton" lots, '
delivered to Tug Kleu at Wharf.
Departure Bay Coal, 10 toni lots.
delivered to Asjluni, Wylllo and Ma- v
Departures Bay Coal, 6 and 10 ton
lots, delivered to Sewer Pumping Sta
Departure Bay Coal, G and 10 ton
lots, delivered to Iwllel Laundry.
Departure Bay Coal, G and 10 ton
lots, delivered to Government Stables.
Departure Bay Coal, 5 and 10 ton
lets, delivered to Tug i.lcu at Wharf.
Blacksmith's Best Cumberland Coal,
per ton, dellv eird to Government Sta
bles and Government Shops.
Electric, Light Department.
Thomson Houston Carbons, 1-212,
copper coated, per 6000. ,
Thomson Houston Carbons, 1-2x7,
copper coated, per 6000.
Graphite Paint, per gallon tins.
Bids must be In accordance with tho
above schedule nnd must be endorsed, '
"1'enders of Supplies, Department of "
Public Works," and all supplies must
he dellveied nt the point required
within one mile of the postoftlcc, ex
cept is specified In schedule, fr?o of
Bonds wMMie lequlied In Hiich lens
nimble sum as may be fixed by tho
Superintendent of Public Works, for
the furnishing In accordance with tin
tender, of such Items In the schedule
as may he nw aided.
The superintendent of Public Works
does not bind himself to accept tho
lowest or any bid.
JAMKS II. UOYI).
Superintendent of Public Works.
PUBLIC LANDS NOTICE.
On nnd nfter December 2d, 1901, nt
the office) of Charles Williams, Honn
Laa, Hamnkua, Hawaii, may be applied
foi, under conditions of tho Land Act
of 189.", for Illght of Purchase Leases,
and more particularly set forth under
Part VII of said Lnnd Act,
The following lots In Pnaullo trac-l,
of of Appraised
Lot. Map. Aica. Vniiie.
1 11 G4 aeiOB . ..f 1360.04
2 11 70 acres .... 17G0.0O
22 11 34.40 Hcres .... 1088.00
27 11 47.90 nrres .... 718.50
Kor tllnn mill further tinrflpiilnra nn.
pl at the office of Charles Williams.
Honokna, Hamnkua, Hawaii, or at the
I'lilillc Land Office, Honolulu.
KDWAHI) S. BOYD.
Commissioner of Public; Ijnds.
Public Lands Office. October 31. 1901
Architects, Contractors and Builders.
Edward R. Swain,
TAKOINWAIU BID , MOHOCUIU
V. HOFr-MArN. J. I. KILH
Hoffman & Riley
P. O. Bet ito
Geo. W. Pago. Tel 22
P. W. Beardslee. P. O. Box 771
BEARD8LEE & PAOE
Architects and Builder.
Office. Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T, H. "
Sketches and Correct Estimates fur
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Goal.
Allen & Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attendee) to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, alio
Office and residence, 312 Queen St
near Government building.
H. R. BERTELiVlAIN'S
16 - MOVDD
To rear of old stand. Entrance on
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott's store, King
street, will recetvo prompt attention.
HENRY ST. GOAR.
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollitz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Rn
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
403 Culllornla St.,
Sun Francisco. Cal.
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOD BROKES
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
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