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WALLACE It. KAHHINOTON.. Editor
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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMIIEK 27, 1901.
llnllctln correspondents who nuke
statements over their own signatures
peed have no fenr of any matters left
out as Is complained of by our Knu
correspondent. Those who expect
this paper to accept responsibility fin
statements for which they are not will
ing to publicly stand sponsor are
counting without their host.
TIIF. AALA HCIIOOLIIOUSIi.
The description of conditions at the
Aala school house published in this Is
sue Is a plain, straightforward state
ment of fact ns dally forced upon
teachers and children of this city.
In tho face of such conditions that
can ony be remedied by placing the
Territorial Treasury on a llrm finan
cial basis, the Governor still persists
In his ro'usal to call a special session
of the Legislature to provide funds for
this school as well as other important
public Institutions, and be Is support
ed In this contention by his "friends."
The Aala school house or more prop
erly warehouse, Is a disgrace to this
community and a disgrace to tho ad
ministration that refuses to adopt
measures to secure proper Biirrouud
Ings for the children of tills city.
Let the Governor seek advice out
side the narrow circle of his "friends;"
let him seek tho opinions of fathers
and mothers forced to send their chil
dren to the Aala scboulhousc; let him
seek the suggestion of men who can
rise above their petty prejudices und
political bitterness toward n party or
Individuals of the Legislature, and see
what they have to bay of his determi
nation to allow Territorial Institu
tions to struggle with rack and ruin
rather than call the Legislature In
special Elusion to enable 'territorial
progress to continue.
Thero Is no doubt of the answer ho
will receive. Governor Dole's
"friends" assume to bo exponents of
good government. Tho Aala school
bouse Is one evidence oi their Ideals
of the practical featutes of "good gov
I lib KAU PuMwb,
Critics of the Kau police department
have now reached the point of action
towards which the Ilulletln has been
urging them provided they possessed
mo information ciairaeu oy mem but
which has heretofore been expressed
by thorn as a matter of hearsay.
Mr. Green, a reputable citizen of th
illntrlrt now rallies out over blH nwn
signature and supports the statements
maue oy tne Jitiueuti correspondent
whose tendeucv to ell a comment mih.
er than facts of ills own knowledge
lias been pioperly commented up by
It la thn illltv tlf tlip Iin1(n .ln..nH,
mrut to ferret out crime, and It Is a
marxed dereliction of duty for any
police high or low to refuse to follow
up or be Indifferent to any clue that
may ue oticicii hy any and every cltl
ten. Criticism based on Innuendo or
an opinion resulting -from personal
ptcjudlce Is nover Justified. Criticism
based on fact Is always Justified, and
that department which fnrrra tho -i.i-
zetis to practically exercise the dutle
of a vigilance commltten mnrii.
iioimigh Investigation that tho people-
BVENINQ BTJLHrm. HONOLULU, H. T.. WEDNESDAY, NOV. 27. 1901.
were coming In through tho windows
and through the thin walls of the
nouse. They were thoroughly fright
ened and, In a short time, moved out
without saying a word to the land-
"AS 800n as thn .TAnnnonn nA .
cated the place tho natives, Including
iuiicr, moved in again with all
llielr goods. At about this tlmo the
pl.ICO Was sold to Mr. Hdinnxlr. Wn
tnned an attempt to get Into the pace
but could not. Mr. Schnack was away
it the time mid It was thought best
to wait until his return before doing
nujuiing cienniH-. On Friday last, all
three of us went out to tho houso and
told the old lady that she would have
to set out of the place. Bho did so
and took her little girl with her. Upon
reaching the lurk Kims uhn ..,!!..
cd that sbo could not get down ns she
wab so old nml decrepit "ro Messrs.
Juen nnd Schnack helped her down In
n gentle manner.
"Upon the arrival of tho old lady In
the back yurd with her bcloncltiirn.
we made a proposition to of nn ;.
press wagon and movo all her goods
jui sue wouiu n.ivo none of this, so wo
escorted her out of the yard nnd took
rJ!-Jia.-? sTs " ! stars
by those not Interested In tho contro
versy beyond that Interest ovr
zen should possess In tli ini,ii .t
fate nnd the administration of Justice
or uuicinis ns wen as criminals.
Mr. Green's statements nre stiff)',
cleiitly positive to wurrant a searching
Investigation of police administration
In Kau and the High Sheriff's duty Is
plain. If tho High Sheriff has In
his department manifestly Inrapabln
men, It is his duty to sweep tho decks
of such material. If bin ilonniUa nr.
honest, capable men It Is his duty to
Iiruve iu me puuue tnat the Bharp
criticism to which they nro subjected
' not merited. If ns Is stated by the
Ilulletln correspondent, tho Japanese
in me iau district nro carrying
weapons because they feel they havo
no protection from vlolenrn in, n,
ponce auinoruies tncro Is every Indica
tion that there Is something vrnn.
somewhere cither with the Japanese or
The Yoshlda case, ns sfn)iil i.v iti.
ltojnoWs, 8 finished so far ns Knlmm'
who was acquitted, is concerned. If
.Mr. tlrccn lias the evidence to rnni-u
the murderer or show Mint thn nnti
slighted the case It should be obtained.
Deputy Sheriff Eaton's renort in
lierlir Andrews In the Wonc
Kul case Is not sui-li n in in.
splro confidence. To all appearances
ho was guided hy the physician's re
Port and niacin hIIl-M pfrnrt in ,,i.i.,i
other witnesses who might nnd should
nave been called before n rnrnu,'.
Hry. Ijtcr Investigation Ipd him in
believe Wong Kul was' the vl.tim nt
foul play, but this does not excuso his
rauuro to noia a coroner s Inquest.
Tho criticism of Kau tiolleo nu-tlimla
may bo a tempest In a teapot, but It
nus certainly stirred the district to a
UOlling point that rannnl hn rr.r,lr,,l .
cept by positive nnd thnrougli action
on me pari or High Sheriff Drown
Citizens of Hawaii are prone to make
most piomlncnt those matters for
which they have not reason to bo
thankful, but when they come right
down to a calm consideration of thclf
conditions and surroundings they have
much that leads to an earnest, honest
response to the sentiment of the
Thanksglvlng season. We may Indeed
be grateful to the giver of good gift
for the spirit of unrest, which exercis
ed within the bounds of Intelligent citi
zenship Is dlssatislied with conditions
of today and seeks by agitation to se
lla e a higher degree of perfection In
all surroundings of society and the in
dividual. The community that Is so self satis
find that It cannot discover its fuulta
nnd does not possess the Initiative or
the desire to move forward, raise It
standards of citizenship, secure greater
comforts and greater liberties for Its
body politic Is indeed to be pitied
since' It must needs seek Its sources
of gratitude in the fact that the Lord
creates Indifference as well as energy.
During the year past Hawaii has had
to face many new issues, and Its finan
cial prosperity will not mark up with
the record of former years. At the
name time, these Issues have' been met
In most Instances, forcciully, honestly
and with a fair degree of success. Tho
country naa ncen tree irom notable
calamities and tho general trend of Its
financial, Industrial, social, moral and
political activities has been progres
sive. Wherever a retrograde has been
experienced it ias served as a lesson
for the future which the people are
quick to note and Blow to repeat.
Changing governmental conditions
have resulted In a situation not free
from Its distressing chaos, constitut
ing an educational period 'for every
well thinking citizen. Hnwuil nnd Its
people are finding their place in the
American commonwealth, not without
consldernblo friction but nevertheless
the march of events Is Bteadily forward
toward a truer and moro enthusiastic
Interpretation of American envm-n.
ment and acceptance of its highest
ideals. Antagonistic forces huve set
themselves up In high places, but the
heart of the real forco and power, tha
people, Is In the right place ami will
most certainly reach the object sought
As a member of tho great common
wealth Hawaii has suffered tho person
al loss felt by every citizen through
the blow struck at our chosen national
leader and through him at tho grand
principles of our government. Yet tho
citizen refuses to bow to tho mandates
of murder or nllow tho advocates of
government by murder to swerve tho
country one Iota in Its steadfast main
tenance of free government, free
speech, and a free people. This blow
has served to rouse tho citizen, not to
upset tho structure so wisely erected
by the foiefuthers, but to greater, more
energetic effort to maintain It,
strengthen and protect It.
Thanksclvlnir Dav 1a nn nnnlwrKurv
peculiar to tho United Statos, and of
all tho nations of tho earth none has
greater reason for renderlug thanks to
the Ruler of destinies than tho United
States of America.
the other side of Young street. Then
v iuuk iiussession nnd still havo pos
session. At no tlmo was there the least
bit of violence ti6ed.
"Kamnkeo claims that she did not
sign the deed rele.talno hsr tin.. i .
land but we havo her namo on tho
i-uper anil wo are prepared to prove at
any time that shit Is tho one nnd only
one who signed thn turn snn..
has been putting tho old lady up to all
this and she acted against her better
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
STRAUS MAKES MOTION
AND WILCOX GRANTS IT
Last Chapter of Trouble Between
men, Schnack and Savidgo
and Kamakee, a Native
The second nnd Inst chapter of the
tionblo between Messrs. Schnack and
Jtten on Olio side, nml a native wnmnn
by the name of Kamnkeo on tho other,
wns comnletcd In thn Pollen Pnnrt vb.
Icrday afternoon, tho trial of tho first
two parties navmg been continue
from the forenoon to tho afternoon
session. At thnt time, Wm. Savidgo
presrnteu nimsclf liefore Judge Wilcox
nil told him that he was "Richard
Roe," the other man named In the
itrrunt, und whom the police wern nn.
able to locate. Tho papers wero not
served on Mr. Snvideo on ormunt nt
his voluntary appearance, and tho casa
weui to trial.
In the beglnlnc of the case. Attnr.
ney Straus, who appeared for the de
fendant, pleaded not eulltv for hie
clients but. after a closer perusal of
the complaint made bv Judim rM.
son, w ho nppeared for the prosecution.
nc wiinurew tins plea and moved for a
lIlscunrKC. lie HtatPd to thn rnnrl tl.ot
he found two charges had been Includ
ed In tho complaint. Tho first was a
charge of assault nnd hatterv nn.i it...
second was the, question of tho right of
title In the land out on Dcretnnla
Rtreet which had caused all tho trouble.
Ho stated further that tho latter was
out of the Jurisdiction of tho court.
Besides that, one was a criminal and
thn other a civil charge.
In nri?lllni tha .nntlnm T..A r,i.
.. ...u ,uui,wt UUH uuvm-
son took occasion to remark that thero
wns anarcny in the land, that the
courts might Just, as wnll ln th.i.
doors and that n man would have to
rely on his strong right arm to defend
himself. Judgn Wilcox wns not long
In considering tho matter. Tho motion
wns granted nnd tho thiee defendants
walked out of tho courtroom.
Mr. Savidgo, one of the defendants In
tho case, had the following to say
about It: "About seven months ago,
Harry Juen bought a piece of Ian I on"
llt'tctanla street near the MtCully tract
from Kahanuapo, son of Kamakee, the
woman who brought suit ngalnst us In
the Police Court yesterday. At that
lime, tho native asUd that his mother
be nllow oil to remain on tho promises
for a fortnight In order tfiut she mii,
ho able to settle up all her affairs and
that n now homo might bo perpared for
iter, i no request was readily granted.
At tha expiration, tho whole crowd qf
natives occunylne the tilarn mnvM ,,nt
nnd Mr. Juen took possession.
"Mr. Juen then rentnii thn nti tn
a number of Japanese stone cutters
nu men men moved Into tho place.
They plied a lot of stones on the
premises and one dark night, they
found that the major part of those
Tlicie wns an attempt at robbcrj
between 11 and 12 o clock last nlgut
thnt wns friistrntml l.i. n i.ii. , ..,...,
I'hlnntnmi .. . .
w.. ,...,..,,,. , , w0 mnU0 t0
uiivinpi is now oeiilnd prison doois.
llo Ih a nntlvf. Itv ,; ......... .... w
- " -" "wmu VI IUI1U
It serniH thnt nt tlw HmA ., ,
laSl Uittht. 1L (Ih nntnnn V tt,i
. v.-'.'HU.H.., .HUH 1VII1K
uy nnuto. wlm hmmoiimi .. .... ,..
tne door of his laundry on fort near
.vun.H oinii, uuw- n nativo trying tin
back door of thu Hazclwood Market
Company. Ho gnvo riio alarm and
creil out "Hnnl In!" The wouldbo
itilcl saw what a predicament ho was
In nnd started on n run down Knkm
Btteet. Gnnrirn lt(,lin,,l...n n ....n..
otllci-r. happened to bo nenr by nt tho
iiim.- uuu ma attention wns attracted
by tho fleeing man. Ho gavo chnso
and caught up with tho man nt tun
bridge. Tho fellow would not halt.
uuu o ii was necessary ,or the officer
tO knnrlf hllll ilnu-n II. . .-t - I
----- ...,,. ,,u UB iuhcn
back to tho place and was Identified
by tho Chinaman ns being tho man
who had attempted to get In at the
back door of tho nvaikct.
At tho police station the man wan
searched aid In his pocket was found
a screw-driver. Ho was locked up for
Investigation nnd his cas.i cnnic up in
the Police Court this forenoon. Thero
wn,?. a ",ntln"anco until a later date.
Tho Hnzelwood Market Company's
rtoro seems to bo a special pet of tho
thieves. On Beptembcr 15 It was on-tei-ed
by threo Chlnamn nnd about $30
worth or.tobacco was stolen. Tho
thieves wnrn RMin n.l l.n.. i...
...I I.... H. ' ""' "" i"uas-
eil, but they wero too fleet of foot nnd
.in 'uiaui-rn wore a llltlo too ate Iu
mnb n lk ..i..j
",un,"B UU HlHIl.
- 50LB AUENTS FOR -
DIAMOND HEAD GASOLINE
This Is put up in special heavy cases
nnd coated tins to avoid waste nnd
The Betit Cold Witter Paint
HAONIfG PAINTINQ HACHINE
Wm. Q. Irwin
A FRC8II INVOICE OF
direct from factory
SUPPLIES FOR POOR,
HOnOlUlU nonnin mnv nlu-mx. i...
im.a 1 - .....rf IKMIjl) J)1
""""' " to remeniiier tne poor, par
!LC1!Iarly, ,at Th!"k88lvlne tlmo. when
tnnlr tnl.l.ia nn ... .1 i ...
....... ,.,. uiD u.viuuwing Wltll 1113
thlnirs that dilliht ti,n i...,n .
morning, carriages and wagons havo
been stopping at tlm offlrcs of the As
sociated Charities wltli stacks upon
Stncka Of nil mnniiAi. ,.r n...i n.ii-..
In icsponsu to tho-cnll recently Issued.
1 111 IlninnH . U .. 1 I . Z .
iA Vi. ii ii :. i. h"""y telephoned
... ";"""" oiiice. t.am it was lib
so utely Impossible to enumerato tbo
articles of food left there during the
morning. Abo largest contributions
enmo from tho Punahou Preparatory
and Kalulanl Schools, and to tho
eachers and pupils of theso Institu
tions, as well as to all others who sent
In contributions that will bo bound to
gladden thu hinrt nt .,.,,,-. .. ...
K""B mortal. Sirs. Ilerger extends her
......... ,vlJlllnKH ,u lno namo t10
zm' "'wn(n ino is the manager.
Tho supplies will be distributed to tho
poor this afternoon.
The result of tho civil ncrvi nmi.
nation the other day for the appoint
ment of three mall carriers, has been
announced. It will ho remnmh.rn.l
that three men took tho examination.
These had been put on (ho mall car
riers' forte temnornrllv In ..I-,
three of the regular carriers who had
resigned to accept better positions.
Unfortunately only ono man got
through and this one did not have
much to spare. Tbo Post Office De
partment is having a hard tlmo get
ting competent men to nil places. It Is
expected that more resignations will
be sent In.
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate of Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Comfort, Finish, Quality.
CHAS. F. BERRICK CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
. no mcrcnont St., next to 8tonjenwnld Building.
Claos Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, ! : T. Hi
Ban Franelaea Afiunt ti.a K&
vada National Dank of San Francisco.
n Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Dank of San Francisco.
London The Union Dank ot Lon
New VArlfAmi.H,n Vf.li.niM Ik!.
Chleaoo Merchants' National Dank.
Part Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdncr Dank.
Honakonn And VAkdtum, ttnni..
kong-Shnnghal Danklng Corporation.
New Zealand and Auatraiu tta.,b
of Now Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Dank of
urittsn norm America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Dills of Ex
change bought and Bold.
Collections Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a. General Eankinc
and Exchange Business.
commercial and TraveleW
Letters of Credit issued, available
iu all tho principal cities of the
Interest allowed after Julv 1.
-. . m f
loua, on fixed deposits 7 dv
nottco 2" per cent, tthw form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for ono month), 3
montlis 3 per cent., 0 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 months 4 per cent
Pioieer Biildiig sit Leai
A88ET8, JUNE ij, 1901, 880,043.37.
Monoy loaned on approved security.
A Saving Dank for monthly deposits.
IlOUSeS built nn thn tnnntt.lt. I-....U
- -uww.u, .UOUM1-
Twenty-third Rerlnn nt ii, 1.
oponed. ' ..-
OKFlCRnS-J. L. McLean, Prcal-
dent: A. A. Wilder, Vice President;
O. D. Gray, Treasurer j A. V. Ocar.
DirtERTortH IT it .
w v a u niriifii 11. a .
A. Wilder. A. V. Gear. C. D. Gray.
J. D. Holt. A. W. Keech. J. A. Lyle
Jr., J. M. Little, U. 8. Doyd.
A. V. OISAR.
JJfflco Iloura: 12:301:30 p. m.
Architects, Contractor and ulldr
Edward R. Swain.
V. HOFFMANN. J. F. RILEY
Hoffman & Riley
Enlimm FumlitKifV1 1' p. n ., ,,.
Geo. W. Page. ii tL 221
F. W. Deardslee. p, 0. Box 771
BEARD8LEE A PAQB
APcnitects and Builder.
OfllpA. I1iw.m. 't.i i.li . .
Honolulu, T. II.
Sketches and Correct Estimates tm
nlshcd on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
wueen ctreet, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick and wooden buildings, aUt
hardwood nnlshor " " "
-.?!" "nd ret,dne. 312 Qutsn t,
near Government building.
H. R. BERTELMATVa
18 - MOVED
To rear of old atand. Entrance oa
King atrceL Orders left at either ihoa
or office at John Notfi store, Kln
atreet. will receive prompt attention.
Beer and Win Dealer.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Great Book Sale
There have been rumors abroad that
Percy Morse would not play with
Punahou In tomorrow's football garao
but these are wlthmit fai,nintnn it.
Morse will hold down his old position!
Pound-Master's Notice of Estrays
NOtleO Iff hPFAllff ffllrnn ,t.n i. .1
-- . ,j .ucu .ituk uiu ani
mals described below havo been Im
pounded III t..n nnvrirnmAr. tl..MJ ...
Mnklld, Kona, Island of Oahu, and
unless tho pound fees and damagas
are sooner satisfied will be sold si
tho dato hflrnnftni iiam.ll .MA..IU. ,n
law. ..-.- "".""'S '
No,v-, ", 1001-1 bay horso, branded
d (similar to) on tho right hind log.
and on tho Io with tho brand L.
wlilto stroko on forenead, spotted
white on tho back; all four logt
Nov. 23. 19011 roan stnlllnn. Indn.
scrlbablo brand, white spots on fore
head and nostrils, right forolog
white, others blacK.
All OWnprs nt thn nlmv. 1na..lt.n
unlmnls aie hereby notified that I will
sell at nilhlln ntmtlnn nt tlm nn.,nvH
ment Pound. MnltUI. Kona. Oahu, on
tho 7th day of December, 1901, at 12
o clock noon, If not callod for before
tho above date mentioned.
1950-3t Pound Master.
THE GOLDEN RULE
. having to vacate premises on the first of the year, has
determined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK as nearly
as possible within the NEXT SIXTY DAY5. In order
to do this, and save cost of removal, we have made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices ,
In All Departments from
20 to 50 per cent.
This reduction is not only on all old stock, but the very
latest things in Stationery and : : : : :
all new books
Nothing Is reservejl.iat Ithls- sale, and those who come
first will get first choice. We have Just opened and
placed on our shelves OVER 2100 NEW BOOKS, and
these are aP be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for S1.25, now go for Si.co ; $1.50
books go for $1 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : j .
J. M. WEBB, - Prop.
BISHOP S? CO.
Savings Deposlto will be
received and Interest allowed by the
Bank at four and one-half pef cent
Printed copies of tho Ilules and Ileg
ulatlons may bo obtained on applica
tion. Office at bank building on Merchant
BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Cupltal.... Yen 21,000.000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Reserved Fund Yen 8.510.000
HEAD OFKICE. YOKOHAMA.
-Thn Ttfintr I..... ,
. ., v..:. """ a,lu receives lor col-
InMtnn Tlllla . 1.. . .
.-...... . i ttauumiKo, issues uraita
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
frenarnl ltntilfnnr tniain
R?d Per cent
ppo,V L Per "num.
For 12 months 4
ur u uionins sj
For 3 months 3
Branch of tho Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., Ill King Stieet
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. 8chafar.
Kukul 8t, Near Nuuinu.
ON DRAUGHT AD IN BOTTLe.
Qonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
22? Queen St., Honolulu. H. 1
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Ryan & Dement
Also proprietors of the popular
NOTICE OF SALE !
tbo undersigned nsslgnee of Bon. Guerrero offers for salo the follow,
ng. Including tho good-will of tho grocery storo herctoforo doing business
tnder namo as above on Mlllor street, nenr Beretanla:
COMPLETE 8TOCK OF GROCERIE8.
PIXTURE3 INCLUDING COUNTER, .8HELVE8, ETC.
ICE BOX. . CHEESE 8AFE.
IRON COMBINATION 8AFE. ONE HORSE.
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
..drtMWltagM'' 8t '"" thttD C8t an1 8 fU" de8"I"lon " t
H. F. LEWIS,
Mlgnee of Ben. Guerrero, at Lewis & Co., 1060 Fort Street.
nuuuiutu, uciuuer iv, ivui.
ATTRACTION'S FOR THIS SEASON
Wherever tinvnltlna ..b i..-..mi
for your table, woro to bo found, the
dollcacies of all climates, they havo
been niirrliiiH,i! nnt rvta..i...i ,A u
Whatever was new for your table,
your cooKlng. tho llttlo conveniences
fOf VOlir Kltftlpn Vniif tinth.nm .
Hero you'll And tho rarest soaps.
brilHllt'H nml linth nn.n,un,l..i nll ....
is lato and now in thu world' of fash-
At this senson wo nro receiving new
Preserves, Boi Bobs
Honey Cake, Figs
Lewis & Co.
240 Three Telephones 240.
1060 Fort 8treet.
Tho pure Julco of tho grapefruit The
most healthful, Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEU MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
Solo ntrentfi tnr thn TAr.iinM vt.
wall. Offlco and Works, 601 Fort St.!
Honolulu. T. of II.
r. o. box i62. Island order, solicited.
A. C. LOVEK1N
STOCK AND BOND BROKE 3
REAL ESTATE AND
402 JUDD BUILDING
The - Fountain
MINERAL AND. SODA WORKS.
filnnep Rami-. RlrU DaA ui . .
Beer, Cream Soda, Wild Cherry, Or
anas, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa.
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Ale, Apple Cider, Pineapple, PeacH
i.nanipagn, Orange Champagne, Koli
Champagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Soda Cocktails.
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SslUer, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
ter from the Barnsttad 8111, Boston,
for family and medical use a specialty.
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ijonns, 10c per gallon and 50c charae
on demlloho until rtnm.rf. "
Mnwry, SecontUry or Tertiary Blood Poison
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