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THURSDAY.. ..NOVEMBER 14. 1801.
FUSION MEANS RACE WAR.
The fusion proposal made b) the
clliclnl organ of tho Dole goernuient
ran only result In a sharp drawing of
ndal lines In the politics of the Terrl
tor, n result the Dole-Thurston fac
tion hae worked towards since thi
istuhllphmcnt of the Territorial gov
Such a remit can only incieaso th
titter strlfa that has marked tun
rarecr of the Tcrrltor) In Its political
nctlvKy and letnrded Its progress.
A campaign fought out on fusion
lines would set Hawaii back to the old
fight of former je.irs ami work destruc
tion to the steadll) gronlng friendly
Ecntlnrnt among Ilawnllan-Atiicilc.ius
toward American gocrument.
If n race war Is wanted, coinblnt
egilnet the Hawaiian party.
If peace, contentment, progress is
desired, stand b) American part) stan
dards. 1 he Bulletin stands for the policy of
peace and progress, against a race
campaign, for the Republican party
Hut. last and ulnays.
The distressing exhibition presented
by Governor Dole in his appeal to ths
Chnmbcr of Commerce to furnish
money to run the Territory comes at
near a disgrace to the Territorial ad
ministration as uti) thing thus far of
fered. What compctint reason can the Oo-(
rnor of this Tcrrltor) give for going
oer the head of a coordinate branch of I
the government, the Legislature, to sc-'
rure funds to meet , Territorial ex
penses. It Is within the power of the1
(lovcrnor, it Is his duty when necessl-l
ties of the trcasur) demand It as they '
certain!) do nt Mijs time, to call upon
the Legislature for measures of relief. I
It Is not within the province of thx
(iovvrnor to practically assume tho
legislative prerogative and call upon a
private organization to furnish ths
funds to support him. trusting to n
future legislature to overlook the lr-,
regularities for which he is responsi
ble. Governor Dole by his request of
)cxterda), makes the lrgislativn au
thority of this government seconclar)
to tho will and pleasure of himself and
the Chamber of Commerce. Ho makex
his disrespect for tho Legislature elect
ed by (he people paramount, and puts
the wa)s and means for canning on
important work in the hands of the
Chamber of Commrce. He assumes '
the role of dictator, sajlng to ths!
Leglslatuie "ou shall not meet, V
will do the business of the Territory!
with the annlManre of my friends." I
There is no doubt that the work of
tho Kire Claims Commission is of vast,
Importance anil should not be allowed
to lapse for want of funds. The same
Is true of the work In a bureau dealing
with public work. j
There Is no doubt that tho Leglsla ,
turo. It called upon, will provide the
necessary funds, b) authorizing h loan
act and revision of the license laws
which are now In a most chaotic and
unsatisfactory state. I
Governor" Dolo refiif.es to take thu
bold, straightforward and proper!
methods of administration. He takes!
hick door methods expressive of noth
ing protuctlve of good government or
public confidence In bis ability or de
sire to cany on tho business of tbli
Terrltor) on broad, aggressive Ameri
London, Nov. 7. A dispatch from
Yokohama published in the second edi
tion of the London Times says tht
failure to sell bunds to the amount
of GO.000,000 yen In America has tem
porarily shocked the Stock Exchange,
where nn Influx of foreign capital Is
The Jupancse Government bus adopt
ed a new plan to provide capital for
the extension of the railwa)s and tele
graphs which are now yielding a
profit of 7 pVr cent. It proposes sell
ing immi dia(cly 10,000,000 yt n In bonds
to the Postal Savings Hank, appro
priating the sin plus revenue to the
iHllways and telegiuphs and providing
for gradual sales of bonds In the do
mestlc hiaikets. Tonlgn money will
not be sought, except on favorable
teims, us the Inflow of gold, resulting
from prosperous tiade, as has a tine
harvest also, rcndcicd eas) domestic
LORD ROBERTS HOOTED
London, Novl. The one discord'.
ant nolo in the general rejeflelng over
the safe rtii)n of thu Duke and Duch
ess of Cornwall and 'ork wuh the
jiilxrd greeting acrouled Lord Roberts
after tho olllclal leteptlon of the Dukii
und Duchess, l,ord Roberts had been
cheered In the company of other olll
cers eailb'i In the day, but while ho
was leturnlug fiom St, James' Palaco
alone in his i milage much hooting
was beard from tho sidewalks, Indicat
ing that lliillet's ghost is by no means
completely laid out,
"Herb sa)s tho girl he's engaged to
Is unspeakably handsome, but never
listens to the compliments that are
paid her." "Poor Herb! to think he
Is going to ruairy a deaf and dumb"
girl." riill.ulelpbla Evening Unlletln.
Engineers Report on
Pearl Harbor Work
Washington, Nov. 2, (Special). In
his report for tho flsc.il jear Just clos
ed, the Chief of Engineers of the U, S.
Arm), has tho following to nay with
regard to the Improu'incut of Pearl
Pearl Harbor Is situated on tho Isl
and of Oulm, n l)on t eight miles west of
the city of Honolulu. It Is a safe and
commodious Inrbor, with deep water,
but the entrance Is obstructed by a
bar about 1900 feet through, halng at
low water only about ten feet of water
oer It at Its shoalest place.
The rlcr and harbor act of March
3, ISO!. proldcd ns follows:
tmproUng Pearl Harbor, Hawntt, In
accordance with the report submitted
by Rear Admiral Walker, July .11, 1891,
aud contained In Senate Executive
Document, No. 12. rift) -third Con
gress, third session' Completing im
The project for the expenditure of
tlm funds appropriated, which was ap
proved on December 5, 1900, provided
' for dredging a channel thiough the
bar. b) contract. 30 feet deep at low
water and as wide as the funds would
permit. Illds were opened on February
27i 1901, and nil were rejected. The
work was readwitlsml and bids ngalu
opened on June 21, 1901. The. lowest
bid was 4H cents per cubic )ard, and
a rontr.ut wnx intcred into and was
jitpproiid July 2., 1101. No work has
I July 1, 1900, balance unex
pended $100,000 00
June 30, 1901. amount ex
pended during fiscal jear. 230 43
July 1, 1901, balance unex
pended 99,769 Gl
.1. A. 11RECKONS.
APPRAISERS JUTE RULING
Now Yoik. Nov. 7. The classifica
tion board of United States general ap
praisers has handed down a decision
Involving the question whether mate
rial lompostd of various fibies such
as Jtito or flax and cotton, cotton in
each i-nsu being the component ot
chief mine, iviperly comes under tho
sihec'tilcs of tho tariff act of 1897,
wUeh provide respectively a specific
duty arcordlng to weight per square
jnrd, each schedule embodying a grn
illation of rates hi cording to the num
ber of threads to the square Inch,
known as tho countable clauses for
totton rloth In the piece or otheiwlse,
or whether Its material Is dasstflinblo
under tho provisions of tho p-ira-graphs
for all maniifnctiucs of totton
sot specially provided for at nn ad
valoiem rate of 13 per cent.
The decision rendered by the board
was on a enso arising from the pro
tests of Wnkuman & Mclaughlin or
Chicago, nnd the Uli t Stlx Dry Goods
Company of St. Louis respectively
against the ansessment of duticM at
tlm rate of 4i per cent nd valoiem on
certain Importations of meicbnndlso
consisting of (S00 )arda of crush com
posed of cotton and Jute, cotton being
tho component material of thief value.
Tho proportion of each was found to
bo H.tlG cotton to I.1..TI per cent Juto
The collector assessed the merchan
dise as manufactures of cotton nt 45
per rent ad valorem and tho protesc
ants claimed Hint tho goods were
properly dutlablii as cotton cloth in
the pleco or otherwise, under the
weight and countable thieads provi
sion at two icnts per square yard.
The board overruled each protests
and nfflimed the collector In the as
scssment of duty at 15 per rent nd
valorem as manufactures of cotton.
Sofia, Nov. 7. Consul General Dick
inson, of Constantinople, Is greatly
chagrined because of tho fact that ho
had received n letter from Miss Ellen
M. Stone leaked nut. He says It Is cal
culated to seriously affect If not com
pletely undo the progress already at
tained. On two previous occasions
negotiations with the brigands who ab
ducted tho American missionary were
abruptly broken off by the former,
owing to the premature disclosure of
secrets, which the bandits regarded as
being a breach of the understanding
Mr. Dickinson Informed a represen
tative of the Associated Press today
that it Is absolutely Indlspensablo If
Miss Stone Is ever to be released that
the course of the negotiations Is to bo
kept inviolably secret. It Is hopeless
to expect the brigands to place con
fidence In the negotiators when they
find that Information which they re
gal d as scuet Is constantly leaking
Boxer Leader is
in Foreign Office
Peking, Nov. 5 Na Tung, a forme-.
Iloxer leader, has been ippoliitod to
the Chinese Foreign Office by in edict
received today. Ho rccoatly icturn
ed from Japan, where ho went as i-pe-ila
envoy to apologize and cxpr'si
condolences for tho murder of Slgiya
ma Aklra, Chancellor of thu Japanese
legation at Peking, shoitly before
tlm legations werei besieged. This ap
print men t Is considered a test of the
attitude of tho Ministers to China to.
ward the restoration of tho liovra to
Japanese Influences supported Nn
Tung, n fact which contributed fur.
ther evldenco of Japan's iccent policy
of cooperations with China. Not long
ago Japan sounded tho powers regard
ing tho propriety of another nrotest
against tho Manchurlan convention
between Russia and China, and was
disappointed by a lack of Interest In
the question on the pait of tho United
States and Great Ilritaln.
lourltt (In Coyotevllle) I didn't
puppoao nnjbody mound hoio play
Jvatlvc a-nl, no; but we'd be
i.n.d-vvlllln' ler lcirn. Hey, Uaticeep
Give he n deck uv cards! Puck.
SWEEP OHIO BY
Massachusetts Rolls Up Big Plurality
for Crane Kentucky Democratic
Columbus, O, Nov. 6 With almost
complete returns In tonight It is noted
that the Republican plurality beats ail
records In what has become known as
the "oft year" and with two exceptions
the records of other years. In the "off
years," or those following a Presiden
tial election, tho Dcmocrnts havo car
ried Ohio, tho exceptions being In
18S1. after the death of Garfield, and
In 188 and 1S93, after the Cleveland
Wherever local Issues were para
mount this year the Republicans sus
tained losses, notabl) at Columbus, ,01)
account of local option, nnd acJCIe'vo-,
land, on account of Ma) or Johnson's'
agitation of "tnxatlnn inequalities.'
They cnrrlod somn Democtntlc coun
ties Hint novcr before were represent
ed by ltepubllcuns. Tho Stnto wan
carried on national Issues Involved in
the support of President Roosevelt and
tho Indorsement of Senator Pornker
South Dakota Republican.
Sioux Palls, 8. D, Nov. C Tho ro
cult ol tho election lor District Judge:
Smith (K.), tirst district, 2000 major
It): Jones (It.), serond district, 30U0;
Dennett (It.), thlid district, CU0; Prank
D. Smith HI.), fourth district, 7U0J
McCoy (It ), fifth dlblriet, 000 to 700;
Ooffy (It.), sixth district, no .opposi
tion; McGee (rus.), seventh district,
piobably elected by narrow margin;
Wooshbaugh (R ), eighth district 800.
Figures from Massachusetts.
Iloston, Nov. C Revised nnd cor
rected leturns from the entire State
of Massachusetts show that Governor
Ctanc has a plurality of 70,110. Revis
ed returns from the Legislating show
tiiat the poi.tical complexion will ho
as follows: Senate 35 Republicans,
7 Democrats. House 1C5 Republi
cans, 73 Democrats, 2 Social Demo
crnts. This Is n gain of two Republi
can Senators and a loss of fifteen Re
Result In Rhode Island.
Piovldence. R. 1., Nov. (J Complete
re-tuiiis Irom the 139 districts In thu
Stato give Gregory (R.) for Governor,
2C.242: Garvin (I).), 10,853. Gregory's
plurality C3i9, as iigulnst SS.'.it last
yenr. In the Senntc thu Republicans'
havo elected thirt)-one members nnd
tho Democrats seven, nnd In the Hoilso
the- proportion Is lltty one Republicans
to four Democrats,
Pennsylvania Republicans Win,
Philadelphia, Nov. . Practically
complete returns from thu Stato give
Harris (II.), for State Tieasuter. C2.300
plurality, and Potter (11 ), for Suprome
Coutt Judge, 47.9 i't plurality. The -in-dlratloha
are that the' amendments
wctc carried by a big majority, al
though the aggregate vote on theso
fell ini below that cast lor tno Stato
Result In Kentucky.
Louisville. Ky Nov. 6. Returns up
to 12:30 o'clock Indicate that the Gen
eral Assembly In Kentucky, which will
elect a United States Senator, will
btnnd: Senate. 25 Democrats, 13 Re,
publicans; House. 73 Democrats, 26
Republicans, 1 Independent Democrat
Republican Triumph In New Jersey1
Trenton. N. J., Nov. C Rovlsed rc
turns give Franklin Murphy, Republl
enn candidate for Governor, a plural
it) of 11,763 ovr James M, Seymour,
Democrat. Thu Republicans have a
niajorlt) of fort) -one In the Legisla
ture. Utah Elects Republicans.
Salt Lake City, Utah, Nov. . Com
plete returns show the election ot the
entlto Republican clt) ticket In Salt
Lake, with tho exception of Whltto
inore for Treisurci nnd four Council
m n by pluralities ranging from 800 to
1700. Municipal elections throughout
tho State wore somewhat mixed,
though as a rule tavorlug tho Repub
licans. Lognn went Republican for
the flist tlmq In twenty years. Wll
Ham Olasmann (It.), proprietor of tho
Ogden Standard, was elected Mayor of
Ogden. The voting throughout the
Statu was rathejr light.
. .1 "-7'
MARYLAND FOR DEMOCRATS.
Baltimore, Nov. 7. Returns from
Cecil county, received today, show the
election of two Democratic and one
Republican candidate In that county
but the Republicans still claim that the
official count will give them the solid
delegation. It also appears that Lit
tle, Democrat, is elected In tho First
legislative dlstilct of Raltimore' city
but this. ton. In illunnl.., i,v 11.. i,
publicans. These changes. If they
now good, will give-the Democrats
control of both branches of the Legis
lature. In the Senate they linyc a mi
Jorlt) of nlno without question and
me gain 01 me tnreo members men
tioned above will give them a majority
of tnree in the lower houso.
Lincoln. Neb . Nov. 7. Coumletn r.
turns fiom 4S out of 00 miinlli.a In tho
State give Scclswlik, Iteptibllciin. 47,-
jus; llollen, KimlunlBt, 42,376. Nearly
complete letuniB from nino nther
counties make? ScilRtvtck'H plurality
S003. It In bellevfd 'he totnl Itenub.
ucan plurality will .wveh 10,000 for
repents of the university. In thl
(Lnncaster) couuty, tho Republican
made a clean Bweep, i,n!nlni; tho
offlceB of Trensurer nnd Register of
CHINESE RUSH TO MANILA.
New York. Nov. 3. A cable, to the
Sun from Manila Eas' Under tun
new law Chinese are pouring into Ma
una unci quicKi settinK In the prov
ntoa. DurlnR the past two weeks 3000
. Clllneftu hnvn rnmn linrn
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Disturbances in Central Luzon have
niuieriaiiy suuBicieM under the activity
Of tho Armv And rnnbt'ilnd.,....
The October report or thu Insular
treasurer shows nearly $4,000 000
lVallahIn for nnitrnnrlnllnnu 'pi.,.
financial condition or the mnjciilty of
i lie nrovmepri in Blown llnnrnvlnr. Rnv.
. oral of them havo surpluses amountlnc
. fcl f Jir,uuv.
WEDDING AND HOLIDAY
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Selection may be reserved for
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. fi BERRICK
ISS Merchant St., next
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Great Reduction in Prices
having maile large additions to otir machinery, we are
now able to launder
spreads, sheets, pillowslips,
table cloths, - table napkins,
and towels :::::::.
at the rate of 25 cents pep dozen, cash, satis
factory work and prompt delivery guaranteed, no fear of
clothing being lost from strikes, we invite inspection of our
laundry an methods at arty time during business hours.
Ring Up Main 73
' and our wagons'ulll call for your work.
CORNER KING AND'
PAY US A CALL.
N IN A FOG
London, Nov 7 The henvj to
'which shut down upon London and
halt the countiy Tuesday and which
wns pu.tlully dispersed jeaterday, re
turned durliiK the night and the south
ern und eastern counts weiw cnveldped'
In u Uensei mantle than before,
1 he Duti h mall boat Koenlgen He-,
Kcntrs collided with the British thlld
cIiish cruiser I'losciplue oCt Sheer Dm
nMPRBHS DO WACKi: ATTACKED
1'elvliiK. Nov, 3, Whllo tlm Kmprehs
DounKur was embarking to ciosa the
liter Satinilay Imloic entering llnnun
au assassin uttnmpleit to murder her
unci Killed nn attendant with a spear
before ho was cut down. 'I he court
has left Honnn eu route tor lVKInu,
m i m
The Rvanbg Bulletin, 75 conts per
CARRIAGE CO.; LTD.
to Stnnftcmvald Building.
Daintiest and prettiest Ico cream
p.irlora on tho Island, aud conducted
lit. first ( tars muuuur,
ICE CREAM, SODA, OYSTERS,
Tea, Coffee, ChiKuhto, Htc.
Klectilu fans jseiicrousl) distribut
ed mnKo the plaeo cool and comfort
able, and tho new beautiful furniture
gives It a tone of splendor.
DUGOUT BEACHES APIA
Apia, Oct. 12.-C'aptin J. C. Voss
and A. K. l.uton, thu udcutunnis Ca
Haitians who sailed iroin Vancouver
cully In July In uu Indlau duKout canou
tor a o)ago around tho wotld In her,
iirrlu'd hero safo and sound October
10th, balni travoled In that tlino a
dlstanco of 0100 mllis. Alter lcaUnu,
Vancouer. n. C, they sailed fiu- fllty.
six du) without Hoclnir land or ball of
nil) description, and cm August 31st
'tliuy landed at lVmhjn Ifland. From
itliern they iiiiInhI to Apia, arrilus
j October 10th The Miitiiiesomo tru.
cleis remain. Ml but u few hours In
! Apia only king cnousli to secure a
fcupply of water und provisions nnd
then set sail lor HyUney by wuy of FIJI.
ltoth men were In good health and ox-
picsHut tlii'indflvoH as sutlufled that
I the) would be atilo to complote tholt
The schooner spoken by the Quelle
Is the Alice Cooke now twenty day
(mm I'ort Gamble
Wm. O. trvln
laus Spreckels & Co.
s HONOLULU, ! : T. H.
8an Francisco Agents The Ne
vada National Bank of San Francisco.
San .Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank of San Francisco.
London The Union Bank of Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chlcaao Merchants National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hong
kong Shanghai Banking Corporation.
Now Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria! and Vancouver Bank ot
British. N6rth America.
Deposits received. Loans made on
approved I security. Commercial and
Travelers.' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change, bought and sold.
Collection Promptly Accounted For.
,T Ettabllihed 1858
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a Gcucral ltanking
and Exclmngc Btisitiora.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
in all tlio principal cities of tbe
Interest allowed after July 1,
1808, on fiNed deposits 7 day
notice- 2 per cent, (tlii? form will
not bear intercut unless it remains
undisturbed for on month), 3
months .'I per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 tnontln 4 per ccnL .
Pieieer Baildiig and Loai,
AS8ET8, JUNE Su, 1901, $80,043.37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Bank tor monthly deposits.
Houses built on tho monthly Install
Twenty third Series of 8toclt la now
OFFICERS J. L. McLean, Presi
dent; A- A. Wilder, Vice President;
C. B. tlray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DirtlCCTORS J. L. McLean. A.
A. Wlldor, A. V. Oear, C. B. Gray,
J. D. Holt. A. V. Keoch. J. A. Lyle,
Jr.. J. M. Little, ii. 3, Hovd.
A. V. GL'AK.
Office Horns: 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
( ..Savings Deposits will be
received and Interest allowed by the
13nk' t four and one-half per cent
per 'annum! t
Prlntjcd cbplcs of tho Rules and Reg
ulations may be obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 24.000,000
I'ald XTn Capital Yen 13.000.000
Reserved Fund Yon 8,510,000
HEAI1 OFFICE. YOKOHAMA.
Tho Hank buys and receives for col
lection Hills of Exchnngo, Issues Drafts
nnd Letters or Credit, and transacts a
genernt banking business.
On Fixed Per cent
Deposit. Per annum.
For 12 months 4
For 6 months 3
For '3 months 3
Dranch'of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Stmt
constantly anivlug keeps
chtabllHlnncnt always In
Your neighbor has told jou
-T- about lib and If you haven't nl-
- u-ady begun to trado with us
jpu are wishing you wero.
Ve will not advertise sugar,
icunncd Riiods or cookies this
i cok because wo keep eery-
i j 'tjiliiR in the grocery line, but
the inducements wo offer are
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STOCMND HOW BROKEN
' REAL ESTATE AND
FINING AC AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Contractor and BulMera.
Edward R. 6waln,
J. F. RILE.
Hoffman fin Rllcy
P. O. Bel it
Goo. W. Page;' ", Tel U
F. W. Bcardslee. n P. O. Box TTI
BBARD8LBB 4k PAOB
Architect and Builder). .
Office, Rooms 2-4, Arlington Annex,
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimate fur
nished on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber' and Cm).
Allan A Robinson,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick And woodpn hntlrflnM aU
Office and residence, 312 Queen It,
near Government building.
M. P. BBRTBLMAIVS
To rear ot old stand. Entrance on
King street Order left at either (hop
or office at John Nott'i store, King
atroet, will receive prompt attention.
Ber and Wine Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Schaefer.
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUQHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.''
22? Queen St.. Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
The pure Juice of the grapefruit. The
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo OKents for tho Territory of Ha
waii. Office and Works, 601 Fort St.,
Honolulu, T. of H.
P. O. box 4C2. Inland ordora solic
ited. The Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Dinger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire' Reot
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry. Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, 8araapa-
ruia, vaniua cream, uemon, uinger
Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Koh
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktail,'!'
Mineral Waters-Carlsbad, Con
gress, Llthla, German Mineral Water,
Seltier, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnsttad 8111, Boaton,
for family and medical ute a specialty.
Brew and Aerated Water, 60c per
doz. Distilled Water. In 3-gallon dem
ijohns, 10c per gallon and 60c charge
en demijohn until returned.
HENRY 8T. OOAIL
Members Stock and Bond
Edward Pollilz & Co.
AND DEALERS IN
Particular attention given to pur
chase and sale of Hawaiian Sugar
Eastern and Foreign Stocks and
40U California St., J,
Sun Francisco, Cal.
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