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B . m - ' EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU, T H., SATURDAY, MARCH 31, 1906. .
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I - ,i , L0CAL iND fiENERAL rar-, I important Icmn ciikiiw riii
i MASONIC TEMPLE
1 WEEKLY CALEHDAB.
Pacific Third Degree.
Kadoih Regular 5 p. m.
Leahl Chapter Anniversary.
All vlilting member of the
Aler axe cordially lavtted to at
test meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 8, . O. O. F.
Sects every Monday evening at 7:30
I O. O. F. Hall. Fort street
E. II. HENDRY, Secretary.
ELMER E. 8CHWARZDERO, N. O.
, All visiting brotBera Terr cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of P.
Mcots every Tuesday evening nt
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall. King
ttrcot. Visiting brothers cordially In
vited to nttend.
O, J. WHITEHEAD, C.C.
V. WALDRON, K.R.S.
3AHU LODOE, No. 1, K of P.
Meets every Friday evening at
K. P. Hall, King atreet, at 7:30. Mem
ken of Mystic Lodge, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Xtnley Lodge, No. 8, and Tlsltlng
krotaers cordially Invited.
C. M. WHITE. C. C.
E. M. COLEMAN, KW1.8.
XONOLULU LODOE 618, B. P. O. E.
nonolalu Lodge No. 616, D. P. 0. E.,
Tin meet In their new ball, on Miller
aac Beretanla streets, every Friday
y order of! the B. R.
hjj. HARRY IL BIMPSON,
, flKO. H. ANGUS, B.R.
Wm, M'KINLEY LODGE No. 8, K.of P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
7:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King
street Visiting brothers cordially in
Yl to attend.
SI. SI. JOHNSON. C.O.
E. A. JACOBSON, K.RB.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E.
Meets en the 2nd and 4th WKDNES-IW.
DAY evenings of each month at 7:60
o'clock In K. of P. Hall, King rtrort.
v isinng liagies are invited to at-'
SAM SlcKEAQUE, W.P.
H. T. MOORE, W. Secy.
'HAWAII CHAPTER No. 1, ORDER OF
Meets every-first and third THURS
DAY of each month In Fraternity Hall,
Ddd Follows' Dulldlng, Fort Streot, at
J: 30 o'clock p. m. A full attendance
ta desired at every meeting.
Transaction of Business.
y N. FERNANDEZ,
to'drrr camoes no. sua, a. o. f.
Meets every 2d and 4th Tuesday of
Men month at 7:30 p. m.. In San An
AoalO Hall, Vineyard street
.Visiting brothers cordially Invited
A. K. VIERRA, C. R
M. C. PACIIECO, F fi
HAWAIIAN TRIBE No, 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month, In 1. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. O. SUCOY, Sncliem.
A. E. MURPHY, C. of R.
ISMARK STABLE CO., LTD,
'.' .TELEPHONE 228.
JSMARK BRANCH STABLES
; LAHAINA, MAUI.
; fCacks, Carriages, Buggies and Sad-
fU Horses on short notice.
Carriages meet all steamers. Com
sdent drivers, reasonable rates, lw
chicles and live stock.
The Weekly ISdltlol of the Evening
Bulletin gives a complete summary of
tb newa of the day.
A Pleasant and Hygienic Bev
erage (or Young and Old.
For Sale Bottled and In Bulk
Hoffschlaeger Co,, Lid,
KING AND BETHEL STREETS
A Variety Of
We keep In stock a splendid variety
of varnishes about the good qualities
of which we cannot say too much.
There are high-priced, medium and
low priced varnishes, and each Is the
best In 'its particular class. If you will
visit our store we shall be happy to
Impart to you much Information about
varnishes which will be Interesting
We would also call attention to our
splendid stock of Enamels and Gold
Paint, which comprises a better assort
ment than has ever been shown In
Lewers & C(?oke,
177 80. KING ST.
Alexander & Baldwin
i. P. COOKE Msnagsr
It. F. Baldwin President
J, B. Castle Vice President
M. Alexander... Second Vice Pres.
.U. T. Peck Third Vice Pres.
j, Waterhous Treasurer
E. Paxton Secretary
O. Smith Director
COMMISSION MERCHANTS and
Hawaiian Commercial ft Sugar Co.
msiku sugar company.
Maul Agricultural Company.
Klhel Plantation Company
Hawaiian Sugar Company.
Kahuku Plantation 'Company.
Kahulul Railroad Company,
Haleakata Ranch Company.
Another Shipment oi
AT 1048-50 ALAKEA ST.,
BY J. C. AXTELL &. CO.,
P. O. BOX 642.
PHONE BLUE 1801. HONOLULU
GAMARA & CO,,
QUEEN AND ALAKEA 8TREET8.
. TEL. MAIN 492.
FAMILY TRADE SOLICITED.
Orders delivered to all parts of city.
Electric Flash Lights
GUY OWENS Co.
Phone Main 315. Union 8t nr. Hotel
NOW I8N'T THI8 APPEALINGT
FRESH THREE DAYS
"What!" The home-made bread sold
Blank books of all sorts, ledgers
etc., manufactured by tbe Bulletin Pub.
4-4 -H--W -
4- J)Sf A Bulletin want ad. costs
15 per line for one Insertion,
or yOd a "ne 'or one week a
-C- line is about -six words big. An
expenditure of 60 or 90 cents may
easily do a Hundred Dollars'
of work. K2
JMF- 500O PEOPLE READ
THE DULLETIN WANT AD8.
White steam autos. Stockyds stable.
A frog farm, baa been, started on the
Try one of those delicious hot sup-
povg at the Cobweb Cafo.
Sydney Jordan goes to tbe Coast by
the S. S. Moana neit week.
L. A. Andrews becomes manager of
tbe Parker rancb tomorrow,
Luttod's Tax o Flour for sale by Hen
ry May ft Co., and C J. Day ft Co.
Four varieties of fresh Jam at 11a
per pound at the factory, 181 Hotel 8t.
Rupert Drum, late of the Uuhlir
players, returns to Sun Francisco next
Tbe Bishop of Zeugma expects In
pay a visit of three weeks to tbe Coast
Neatly furnished rooms at the Fop-
ular. $1, $1.60 and $2 per week. 1213
SDrouted cocoanuts In any auantlty
from 1 to 10,000 may be bad from!!.
May & Co.. Ltd.
Dr. Taylor Is reported Improved. Ha
has been seriously 111 at his rooms In
the Young Hotel.
Ordor a nlco broiler, fresh IslanJ
beef and veal at Raymond Ranch Mar
ket, telephone 401.
lllom will have a special feature for
patrons next week, which shoitld on no
account bo missed.
A solid kon dresser with beveled
mirror for $25 nt tho Coyno Furniture
Co Do not miss such a snap.
C. Elvln, practising with the polite
nt the revolver range yesterday, mado
SO out of a possible r0, at 40 yards.
It is said that Chinese in Hawaii nave
subscribed oor $300,000 of the stuck of
the Htinkow and Canton Hallway.
There Is a difference In tho flavor
and quality of beers that'a why peo
plo who know drink "Rnlnler Deer."
A big motor 'bus arrived yesterday
on the steamer Ncvadan from the Coa'jt
(or the Alexander Young and Moana
Jubilee Incubators. Tho buslnej
machine. Hot water system, not hot
air. See them before buying. M. W.
McChcsncy & Son's, Ltd., agents, Queen
The General Arthur Cigar tastes
good, smokes good and Is good right
through. As an all round satisfaction
giver It cannot be bent. Qunat-Eakln
Cigar Co., distributors.
Philip J. Thompson saved a natlva
boy from being run over Jy a Bere
tanla street car yesterday. Mr. Thoinp.
eon came here recently for his health
from l'nlo Alto, California.
At 8 o'clock this evening tho usual
bright, breezy, helpful service or Eor.g
and prayer In the Gospel Mission Hall,
Fort street, nearly opposite Cluti
stables, Mrs. S. K. Damon In charge,
You aro Invited.
Many Interesting colored photo
graphs were shown by stereoptlcon lan
tern last evening In Y. M. C. A. hall
to Illustrate a lecture on India and tho
tirand Canyon of tho Colorado, given
by Dr. Kmlly Noble.
The Seamen's Institute cordially In
vito the men from tho cruisers and all
other vessels In port to an Impromptu
entertainment to bo held In the CaBtle
& Cooko hull, corner of llethel nnd King
strcts. this evening at 8 o'clock. Sup
per will bo served
The Wnhlawa Water Co., Ltd., hns
filed un answer to tho petition of Mar-
thn K. Hollo way for a registered title
to Wnhlawa lands, asking that the title
be mado subject to, a permanent right
of wuy for water courses, which has
been grained the petitioner.
On Thursday evening the hotel man
agers were entcrtalucd by Managrr
Dens of the Hawalau hotel. Tho guests
wcio Manager Uertsclio of tho Moana,
Manager aray of the Young, Manager
Uldgood of the llulelwa. and !'. u.
Smith, .general passenger agent of tho
O. It. & L. Co. On Monday evening they
will dine at the Young hotel as guest
of Manager aray.
Tbe Honolulu l'hoto-Supply Co,
makes a specialty of enlargements from
small Kodak ullms, presenting an en
largement tna is tuny as cieur, ins
tinct and sharp as the original, Pic
tures tlyis obtained aro suitable for
framing tor iney iook ueuer man me
original from un artistic standpoint.
Tho enlargement may bo had cither In
black and white or sepia. It will pay
amateur photographers to have their
choicest tllms enlarged. Tho cost ;s
The election of Honolulu I.udco of
Elks, No. C10, took place last night, n
Kx.ilted Ruler, II. II. Murray; Es
teemed Leading Knight, F. u. mcliuru
kon; Esteemed Ixiyal Knight, W. W.
Ilnrrls: Esteemed Lvcturiug Knight,
Jus. a. Doiighoity; Secretary, 11. 11.
bimpsun; Tieasurtr, E. W, Quluu; Ty
ler. Mr, Hulllvan.
George, Angus, retiring Exalted Rul
er, uns selected trustee for three years
to (111 a ucancy, aud was also elected
us tho representative to the Grand
The Salvation Army meetings oi
cur every nignt, except Aionuay, a; a
Holiness meeting at 10:30 a. m.
Sunday School and Ulble Class at
3 p. m.
Young People's Legion Meeting at
G p. m.
Salvation Meeting at 8, p. in.
The brass band will play.
There will also bo selections by tho
string band, as well as songs and tes
timonies. Everybody U cordially Invited.
may mean something for you or It may
mean nothing; It depends upon the
skill, knowledge, and fitness of the
Our examinations are conducted aft
er the most approved methods, and,
back of all, we have adequate knowl
edge of the eye and Its needs,
A. N. 8ANF0R0
Boston Building, Fort 8L,
over May & Ce.
MONUMENT8, SAFE8, IRON FENCE
II. E. MetNDRICK
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-180 KING 8T.
HUNGER CAUSE8 HORROR3.
St. Petersburg, Slarcb 30. Horrible
stories of starvnllon and cannibalism
come from the country of the Chukchi
tribes, Inhabiting the peninsula nt tho
extrcmo eastern point of Asia. Trav
elers arriving from there state that
many of the heads of families killed
their wives and children rather tbHU
sen them suffer, nml than committed
suicide. Ono father and daughter lived
for weeks upon the bodies of a mother
and nine children who, had died of
PRE8IDENT MAY ARBITRATE.
Washington. March 30. President
Roosevelt Is considering the arbitra
tion of tbe coal miners' strike.
Indianapolis. Indiana. March 30.--
Several of tno mine oporators han an
nounccd that they will pay tho scale
of 1903, which will lessen tho extent of
Ibc strike. Nevertheless, tho an
nouncement was made yesterday afUr
noon that tho anthracite coal miners
nau been crucrcu to go out on aionuay.
This probably means tbe beginning of
tho largest strike or coal miners the
United States has over experienced.
London, March 30. The government
has decided to support the bill of thn
Lnborltes holding tho funds of trade
Smolensk, Russia, March 30. The
oeststant thief of tho gendarmes hero
has been murdered in tho ntieet:
San Luis d'Aprn, Island of Guam,
March 30. The shora end of tho Japan
cable has been landed, and the cable
ship has begun laying tho lino,
ZOO CONCERT PROGRAM
Following Is tho program at tho Zoo
Sunday, April 1, 190C. from 2 to G p. m.
March: "Fall In Lino" Geo. Rosoy
Two step: "llcllo of tho Philippines"
Kawathau Glee Club.
Waltz: "Cordelia" Laurcndcau
Selection: "In Merry Oldsmobllo"..
Kawalhau Olco Club.
Schottlscho: "Gliding Feet"
Roller Song: "Tho Latest Crnzo"'
Kawalhau Glee Glub.
March: "Stony Point".... Laursndcau
March: "Flag of Trtico".. Laurcndcau
Indian Intermezzo: "Feather Queen'
Kawalhau (ilea Club.
Song: "Old Plantation",., David Napa
(arr. by J. 1 1, Stockton.)
Selection: "Pua Carnation"
I , Jas. Kulolla
Kawalhau Oloo Club.
Waltz: "Carlotta" Laurcndcau
March: "Tho Pasha" Laurondeau
Judge Do Bolt yesterday afternoon
denied the motion for a new trial made
by tho defendant In tbe Brown vs.
Spreckels case on the grounds of the
alleged misconduct of the Jury In dls.
regarding tbe Court's admonition not
to read tbe papers containing nn ac
count of tho Judge's remarks. Judge De
Bolt found that plaintiff's counsel was
not responsible for the publication. No
oneiwag to be blamed. Tho Judge also
felt that tbe verdict was a Just onn
Tbe defendant noted exceptions.
To Book Lovers
We beg to announce the arrival of
many new sets of fine books In very
handsome bindings. Any one set will
rflake a valuable addition to allbrary.
Among the authors represented are
8mollett Bret Harte
Jefferson and ethers.
Gill and sec them at
Wm, C. Lyon Co.,
Cor. Hotel and Fort streets, upstairs,
Entrance on Hotel street.
PER S. 3. ALAMEDA
The Swellest and Largest Stock
Suitings ever brought to the city.
"THE LATEST GRAYS"
IN PURE WOOLS.
$20 to 30 per Suit
Have First Cboice
Geo. A- Martin
OPEN 8ATURDAY3 UNTIL 9 P. M
A Superior Light to all others.
Aceytlene Gas Is suDerloiln Quality,
and cheapness radiates less heat, viti
ates the air less and has no Injurious
effects on the eyes.
For further particulars Inquire at
Also Calcium Carbide of all sizes. In
drums and smalt cans, for Generators
and Automobile Lamps and all sizes
and grades of Gas Mantles and Gas
Washington Light Co.
C. W. MACFARLANE, Manager.
Telephone. Main 145. 143 Merchant St.
General Employment Offlde, cor,
Emma and Beretanla, 8ts. Japanese
and Chinese Laborers Supplied. Con
tract Work of Every Kind Undertak
en. Telephone Blue 2181.
William T. Paty,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER.
All classes of Dulldlng Work
promptly and carefully executed
Office 'Phone Blue 1801.
Residence 'Phone Blue 2332.
W. G, LET,
JANITARY PLUMBING AND TIN
WAIKIKI SIDE 8MITH ST.
Bet. HOTEL and PAUAHI.
Good Workmanship. Work Completed
That all men's palates are pleased
with the fare served by tho
Corner HOTEL and BETHEL 8T8
FANCY DRY QOOD8.
Clothing. Hats, Shoes. Etc.. Chinese
and Japanese 811k Goods, Handker-
chiefs, Matting and Camphor-Wood
1005-1009-1013 Nuuanu 8L. corner
King. P. O. Box 953. Honolulu, H.T.I
ggsjs-MFor Rent" carat on sale at
the Bulletin office,.
Foreign Steamer Lobby Is
Working Hard Toj
GREAT PROTECTION TO " '
PROTECTION OF TBE PACIFIC
PATRIOTISM DEMAND8' THAT
SOMETHING SHALL BE DONE
TO KEEP OUR MERCHANT
MARINE AFLOAT. ,
Washington, D. C, Starch 10. No
secret Is mado of tho tact that the
War and Navy Departments arc close
ly watching the fate of tho ship sub
sidy bill and arc apprchcnslvo lest tho
foreign steamship lobby, which, large
ly through free transportation to Ku
rope and elsewhere, It Is said, Is ex
erting such a powerful Influence on
tho press and public men to crush tho
remnant of our once world-famed mer
chant navy, shall succeed and tho
American llag utterly disappear from
foreign waters. It Is a matter of cold
blooded business wjth theso depart
ments. Tho Department of Commerce and
Labor fnvors the bill becatiso Its pan
sago will Incrcnso our commerce,
which Is tho special chargo of that de
partment. Tho roHtofflco Department
h behind It because. It mean tho cs
tabllshmcnt of new mall lines nnd the
expediting of our mails. Tho Depart-
ment of Agriculture favors It as open
Ing now markets for our farm prod
ucta. and tho Treasury Department bo-
catino Increased commerce- mentis In
creased receipts ai mo customs nousu.
In short, tho Departments of Justla,a
nnd of tho Interior nre the only ones
not directly Interested and not there
fore heartily In support of tho bill.
But no such considerations nctuato
thu Departments of the Navy and War.
Tho Chinese situation Is giving them
gcnulno concern and thu part Amer
ica will play In tho next war In the
Fur East Is tho subject of speculation
by the entire civilized world. Post
none that war two years and let thu
ship subsidy bill fall and America will
cut a sorry figure, say thoso most fa
miliar with tho situation.
"There will not bo an ocean-going
merchant steam vcbsuI In tho foreign
trade and flying the American flag on
tho Pacific Coast In two years If the
ship subsidy bill Is not passed, and
quickly," said an American shipown
er, hero on business with tho War De
partment. The general staff of tho
Army made a careful Investigation of
the Bubjcct and In a comprehensive
report detailed the possible needs of
army transports. Tho General Board
of the Nvy, of which Admiral Dewoy
Is president, did llkcwlso and both
havo endorsed practically any propo
sition that will glvo America ships.
Their representations appealed to
tho Senate and doubtless will to tho
House, for In face of the demands of
patriotism not oven tho
agents of foreign lines can honcstlv
believe that they can succeed In de
feating this measure. Hut If they do,
what will bo tho situation on tho Pa
cific? Japan la reaching out after
nlilps anywhere, everywhere. Tho
Japnneso merchant marlno Is tho most
completely subsidized In' tho world.
The government gives bounties of
from eight to twelve dollars per ton
for every ocean vessel built In Japan,
When in operation it subsidizes them
for every hundred miles. And tbls
with a teeming population, Just recov
ering from an exhausting war and the
cheapest of labor. ,
As a result, Japancso shipping In
created from 15,000 tons In 1890 to
830,000 In 1901. It haa now afloat in
foreign commerce more steamships
than tho United. States. Incidentally
do tbe two facts appear related?
Its foreign commerce has expanded
from 1117,000.000 In 1891 to 3312,000,
000 In 1904. These facts are of absorb
ing Interest In connection with tho sit
uation In tho Orient. Few doubt that
Japan will somo day proclaim ,n sort
of a "Monroe Doctrine or China and
thai China will accept. Japan ban
already driven Russia back and grace
fully absorbed. Korea, which It Is now,
nnaconda-llko, digesting. Now. the
Japanese aro bidding for what few
ocean-going vessels America has on
tho Pacific Coast. It la not denied 'that
It has options on our lino to Australia
and no secret Is mado by the owners
that If tbo subsidy bill falls they will
It Is generally believed tho Japan
eso hao options on tho Pacific Mall
steamers; In any event they havo bid,
tor inom aiso. jnow iiio owners or tno
lino from Pugct Sound to Hawaii de
clare thoy will bo compelled to with
draw their ships If tho bill Is beaten.
That will leave tho Pacific Coast de
nuded of American vessels and In
case of trouble In China or tho Philip
pines, whero will thu navy get Its col
Her and the army Its transports?
'This Is what Is now giving the olllclals
of thoso departments concern. Thoso
who scout tho suggestion of an Amer
ican merchant marlno, take tho
ground that If English, French, Ger
man and Japanese subsidized ships
will carry our commerce cheaper than
Americans can, let them do bo and
pocket the money. But what the War
and Navy Departments want to know
'I" whether In caso of trouble In tho
far EaBt, tho Oermans, Japanese,
French and English will be kind
enough to transport our troops and
To an unprejudiced observer it
I would appear that perhaps tho Inter-
ests of theso nations might conflict
I with ours and their shipowners might
find that they had other pressing busi
ness to nttend to at nucli n time. Such
possibilities aro not expected to
weigh much with the rabid friends of
foreign steamship owners .who are np
carcntlv determined to keep our com
merce In the hands of our competitors
but they may be seriously considered
by thoso who havo tbe Interests of
their country nt heart and who do not
go on the theory that In time of war.
even with our tremendous resources,
we can bow d bunch of steel plates at
night and reap an auxiliary navy of
fully manned and equipped vessels tho
"Young" Battling Nelson, the mtut
likely boxer who has even been turned
out In Honolulu, and Jack. McFadden
brother of the once great Kid McKail-
den, will meet In the ring tonight at
the Orpbcum theater for a 15-round
This Is the second meeting of these
two little fighters. In their flrL en
counter held at tho Opera House they
fought ten of tho hardest rounds that
have ever been seen here. At the end
of that time the tight was declared u
dran,. although there were many prfc
cnt who thought that tho decision
should have gone tu Nelson. There U
no doubt but what In .their fight to
night there will be a winner declared.
Doth men are In the pink of condi
tion and there will be no cxcuie of
fered ty cither man In cnc of defeat.
Tho best mnn will surely leave tlu
ring a winner this time,
"I am In great shape for this limit
tonight," snld McFadden, "and If I do
not win It will be becauee Xeltun Is tho
better man. 1 realize that I am un
against a hard proportion and must
extend myself to gain a decision. 1 am
going to make a stand-up fight of it
and no ono can say that I run awaj. t
am as good physically today as I ever
was and shall havo no excuse as to con
dition should I lose."
Both England, the manager of Young
Nelson, and Nelson himself are full of
confidence and If confidence plays any
part In this tight tonight Nelson will
certainly carry oft first honors. Nel
son has prepared very carefully for
tbls battle, and will enter the ring lu
better shape than he was In tbe la it
light. Nelson now knows what he can
do In a long fight and will box accord
ingly. Put a bet down on me. as I am sine-
ly going to beat McFadden this time."
said tho youngster. "1 have the wallop
and It will bring borne the coin. In our
first tight I was over anxious and
through lack of experience did not
know Just what to do. McFadden can l
hurt me nnd I am going right In and
finish lilni. Should I win this tight I
thall take on any ono In the country
From all Indications there will be n
record-breaking crowd on hand to wit.
ncss this show. The preliminaries arr
all good and any one who buys a seat
should bo insured of a good nlghl'i
8UNDAY BAND CONCERT.
w The Hawaiian band gives a concert
on Sunday afternoon, nt 3 o'clock, at
the Capitol grounds, As follows:
"Tho Old Hundred."
Grand March "BIsmark" Tloke
Ovcrtnre "The Road to aiory"..KIltig
ta) "Dainty Turtlo Dove," (b) "Llttlo
"Reminiscences of All Nations'' ....
Vocal Hawaiian Songs...Ar. by Bcrger
Mrs. N. Alapal.
Medley "Musical Review" ....Riviera
Intermezzo vTlio Feather Quoen"
Finale "Happy Heinle" , Sampe
"Tbe Star Spangled Banner."
FIR8T METHODIST CHURCH.
Located corner Beretanla and Mil
ler streets; John A. Wadman, pastor.
Services tomorrow as follows:. 9 a. m.,
Junior League; 10 a. m., Sunday
school; 11a... m., public worship, In
fant baptisms; pastor preaches, sub
ject "Peace Born of Love"; 6:30 p. m.,
Epworth League; 7:30 p. in., public
warship. Mr. Wadman speaks again,
subject "Is Our God Asleep"! All
mado cordially welcome Seats frco
and attentive ushers.
Fine Job Printing at the Bulletin.
Headquarters for automobiles with
i splendidly equipped fireproof garage,
VON HAMM-YOUNQ COMPANY, Lti
F. D. WICKE,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER,
Oflfca and Store Fitting, Cabinet MaK
Ing and Polishing! Calabash Turn
ing; Repairing and General Jobbing.
J82- ALAKEA 8T., rear Y. M. C. V
FRE8H MUSHROOM SPAWN
Mrs. E. M. Taylor .
TEL. MAIN ISO.
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