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EVENrKQ ntTLtBTIN, HONOLULU, T. H.. FRIDAY. NOV. 9. 1904.
Honolulu Commandcry Regular
5 p. m,
All vIisltlnB members of tha
order aro cordially Invited to it
tend mectlots of local lodges.
HARMONY LODQE, No. S, I. O. O. F.
ccti evoar ;
0. O tt-V
Monday evening at 7:30
Vlan, Fort street.
C 0. I OTTKU N. U.
All visiting bro'ticra Terr cordially
' .w , 1 .
MYSTIC LODQE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meeti every Tuesday evening at
1:30 o'clock In K. of I Hall, K!ur
j-rert. Visiting brothers cordially In-
tec to attend.
O. J. WIUTT.HKAD, O.C.
F. WALDRON, K.R.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. cf P.
Meets every Friday evenlnc at
Jr. P. Hall, King street, at 7:30. Mem
t.trs of Mystlo Lod.se, No. 2, Wm. Mc
KInUy Lodge, No. 8, and Tlsltlbg
Uothcra lordlally Invited,
A. I). BOND. C. C.
A. 8. KKNWAT, K.B 1.
HONOLULU LODGE 61B, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodco No. 616, D. P. 0. R.,
will meet In their hali; m Miller
ind Beretanla streets, tvsry Friday
By order of tha K. It.
HARRY H. SIMPSON,
II. K. MURRAT, E.R,
Wm. M'KINLEY LODGE No. I, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f:S0 o'clock- In K. of P. Hall, King
strstL Visiting brothers cordially In
vito to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON. C.C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.0.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. I.
Meets on the 2nd und 4th WEDNK8 ,
DAY evenings of cu-h month at 7:30 1
o'clock In It of P. Hall, King streL
Visiting Eagles are Invited tr at '
BAM McKEAOUE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Socy
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meet emery second and fourth
miDAY of each month In I. O. O. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to I
V. F. DRAKE. Rachoro.
J, r.. luiii'jis, u. ui iv.
i DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
5 Meet every second and fourth Wed-
J. ncsday nf rach month at Ran Antnnln
lMl visiting tiroiners coraiauy in
lrro to attend.
T. V. McTir.HE. Vres.
. E. V. TODD. Bcoy.
Election Is Pay
Business men. Whether the results
arc satisfactory or not, doesn't weak
en our argument that you ought to
' keep your delivery wagon In first.
class repair. You wilt gain store pres.
' tlge by It and that begets more trade.
Furthermore, you should have the
wagon repaired here, as we'll do it
, . right and at the Right Price, too.
Zl QUEEN 8T. Ei- MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 193.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
.. HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
k CHINERY of every cspselty and de
scription made to order. .Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrlgstlon
purpose a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid to 4DB WORK, and reoalrr
txeeuted at Shortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
Gtner.il Contracting and Jobbing,
Housepalnting, Paporhanglng, Grain
ing, Kalsomlfilnq, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work, Shop with Whittle,, the
wlgn painter, earner Hotel and Union
streets, PHONE MAIN .161
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TUniTY CO., LTD,
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Oiriesl Mfllnlvrs Uldo Honolulu, T.ll.
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New assortment of
Japanese and Ch.
ncse mattings Ju't
Glance critically at
yours and see If you
don't need a change,
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For Over 60 Years
nni rccn vwq inr over niAiy
Y1!AKS Hr MILLIONS of Mbthrrs
YUAfca hr MILLIONS of Mothri
fort heir crilLDUi:N whlloTUETI
ik'll. rflh 1uirfrt ctirrrtut. IT
hOOTUKS tho.CIIILn, eoPTGNB
tha (1UMR. ALLAYS
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allays ail pain,
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Sp by unifrci&ts la every part or tha
frcl&ts la every part of tho
Ila suro and ailc for Mra.
Wlnilnw'a tioothlnc Syrnpand tako
runu. i,o uru aau hi lor jtin.
no oincr suu. vests m aotuv.
per S. S. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
of our clothing attention are satisfac
tory. Why not telephone us?
HONOLULU CLOTHES CLEANING
CO., Alakea Street
Private Cottage "Johnson House
MRS. J. A. RODANET.
NUUA1U ST. cor. HOTEL and KING.
COAT AND PANT8
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN 457.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT OTREET,
MIKE WRIGHT CIGAR
The best smoke sold
this mnrket. Try It,
HAYOCIObN TOBACCO COMPANY,
ALUXANuCn YOUNG BLDO,
I CHOICE SRLECTION
01' FINE JEWELRY
NOW ON DISPLAY,
! THOS LINDSAY
, MAHLTACTURINO JEWBLCH,
Tim Wliy IMIlInn of Hi nvriilnit
Ijullitlit ys a rniiiill( iin)iiirtr nf
uis iin)uirtr nr
rr ai yir,
I le iiunp hi iiiu usy,
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You may disarm a difficulty In a ma.
Jorlty of" Instances by timely Bulletin
Autos for hire nt Ter. Stables.
Rest cup of come In the city. New
Lilly's Poultry Kocxl and propanr
tloim nl U. .1. Day's.
Bishop Iti'starlck loft for Mnalca to
tiny on the Maunn I.oa.
After roller skutlng go to tlio Cobweb
Cafe nnil liar for refreshmcnls.
Tim f'nl.1 t.wn f.i la trvfllml nr
fort street, opposite the convent.
' Neatly furnished rooms at tho Pop
hilar. $, $1.C0 nnd $2 per week. 1243
Ten first-rlaiR carpenters aro wont
ed liy the Iliirrcl construction uo. ai
Tho lied Men will hold their regulni
meeting tonight. Vislllng brothers mi
Invited to nlti'iul.
Oabu Lodge, No 1. K. of P., will
meet tonight nt 7:30 o'clock In K. ot
1. Hall, King street
Election is ocr but the Expert lint
Cleaner, opposite Club Stable, Is still
t xpertiy cleaning lints.
Columbia dry batteries for automo
biles are In stock nt Hawaiian Elertrlc
Co. It Is n new s.tnck that bns Just ar
rived. Wnllilkl lifn is now owned by W. C.
Ilrrgln. At'commoilatlons, supplies
nnd attcudanco absolutely first class.
Finest bathing on the beach.
Hiiniiy Ride condensed milk will keep
Indefinitely In nuy rllninlc. Isold liy nil
grocers. Thro. II. D.ivIch A Co, wholv
"Arable, applied to Iron roof re
duces temperature an nn"li ns .ir, d
srecs. Tlili lias becu SMcrtalncd by
actlihl tcsL California Kecd Co.;
For your lirnllli's sako drluk only
puro liquors. Tho Criterion Joiililiis
Department carries only pure brands
'Phono Alnln -I"'. Order for household
Dr. W. II. Maya will soon leave foi
the Coast. He intends to settle on till
ranch In Konomn County, and to prae
llco in thi neighboring town of Nru
man, Do not miss the shirtwaist ilnnm nt
Progress Hall Saturday ccnlng, Nov
171 Ii, to bo glen by tho Rapid Tr.inslv
boys. Tickets .10 rents each; for sale
by nil rarineu.
Tho Norwegian lurk Mnrglt, Captain
Fnrb"S, Is considerably overdue, being
Tow in,", days out of l.ollli for Honolulu,
with cargo consigned to Ihn Hawaiian
Tim Hawaiian Engineering Assoela
(ton held a meeting last night, at which
I,, U. Kellogg read an Interest lug pa
ier on "Tho Development of the Wnl
us lf Wdhlawa."
Tho Hawaiian Hotel will glvo Its rrg.
nlar enjoynblrf Alanieiln danro Erlijuy
evening. Thcro will bo tlio usual gisi.1
music nnd Jolly crowd. Why not go?
fliofc desiring tables for dinner should
reserve them nt once.
Tho steamship Enterprise bus shifted
to the railroad wharf, having finished
discharging her cargo at tho Chiiumil
wharf. Hlie Is loading ballast and will
start for tho Coast tomorrow, uccoin
fanled by tho tug Fearless.
Quite nil Arbor Day celebration took
p!ai on Notcmbrr 2 at tho Klpnhiilu
richuol on Maul. Tim chief event of tin
day AnH the planting of n number of
toco unit palms, donntcd for the occa
tlon by frltnds of tho school.
Tho llrllish steamship Aotea snlls
tomorrow for Noweastle In ballast.
Khfliwlll coal and tako on cargo at Now
Zealand ports for .South America and
London, sailing around the," Horn and
(topping only nl Monloldco und Rio
St. Clement's eighth annual fair will
bo helil this ufternoun nnd evening lr
tho rectory grounds, turner of Wlldei
iuenue and Makikl street. Many art
tiles sultnhlo for holiday presents will
be sold. There Is to bo a concert In th
Tlio Cliribtlati Endeavor Society nf
tlio Central Union church will bold a
"Mystery Auction Social" this etcnln's
Jn the Sunday school rooms of lbs
church, Other features of tlio cvcnlnr
Villi bo music and games. A cordial In
Mtntlon Is extended the public to lit
nd this social
A temporary change has been mad
In tlio local management of the Dear
born Drug & Chemical Works. 11, IL
Browning, assistant secretary and
treasurer of tho nbovo concern nrrived
by the last Ventura to tako tlio pluco of
Kdward (' llronn, who leaves about
January 1 for nil extended trip to the
Tho Hist rehearsal of ''Tho Toy
Shop" was ii great success and whlli
all Hie parts linvo not been tilled et,
thcro is sufficient talent represented tu
ensure a brilliant success" of the opera.
Thero will lie a full rehearsal tomor
row morning at the Castle Klndergar.
ten at 10 o'clock, und It Is desired thai
everyone who bus been Invited to lain
nart should bo present us tho cast will
bo inmpletcd nl that rehearsal.
The tug Fearless had a narrow estnpa
from being rammed by tho transport
lluford yesterday, ns the hitter vessel
was reluming In tlio Nuvul wharf at-
I ter having niudo a futile start for the
iCiwt with tlio Sheridan, Tho Fearless
I was lucking nlT t lie murine railway
nssicteii liy tho Intrepid, and swung
, across I lie channel Just as the lluford
triune along. Al thn saiiia limn the lug
HIiH'iim bucked nut from tliu Nawil
Wharf nnd blocked up tho lest of the
(liillllisl, Tim IHlfoid'H ellglliKH weie
rvvsi'si'd und sim went full speed
wstcrii. pointing Imr Isiwr low a id th
rearli' iiiuiililis, Him i'iiiuh hi ii
unit w hue Imw urn nver l Itfl
(rum Iiiu Vne,
Hera aro two eyeglasses, one fitting
the nose correctly. the
other Incorrectly. There Is no one
eyeglass that will fit all noses, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know the style best suited for
each particular nose and bow to
adjust It Is part of our skill.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDINO, FORT STREET,
Over May &. Co.
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MONUMENTS, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE A MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG.. 176-180 KING STREET. PHONE 287.
llnmr Wnv K A KnrlmiH nnlt'llltl,.
has broken out against tlio placing of,
an order for armor plnlp amounting to
1 million dollars Willi American mlll.xj
Thn govcrnniint has nppinprlnltnli
one liundrcd million dollars for Ihoi
lnipiocincnt of Hie railroads, I
Lodz. RiistTi, November 8 - Seteu
members ity IhoiNntloniillit parly have
been shot byHo'clailstH. Tlio sltiiatluu
licru Is serioii.
Warsaw, Poland, Nov. 8. Tcirnrsl
l)estcnliiy ilerjllrd a ir.iln t-nrryliu;
frr!tnrn In tUn fiiniiniil nr IMltl linn Tha
coldleis ncllni; na un escort weie Mllod
nnil tho treasure stolen.
Clinilottctown, Prluro Edward IhIiiihI,
Nov. S, The Itiitslnn slilp Sovlnlo went
ushore on Iho rocks hero during Jen
ttrday'a ttorni. Ten of lier rrow are
Liiudiin, Nov. 8. Henry Norman has
been raised to knighthood.
rittsburg, Nov. g. In n dynamite ex
plosion hcrv yesterday two persoun
vvero killed ami two fatally and fifteen
Others serious jnjureil,
Home, November 8. Tlio 1'opc will
bold a consistory In January.
Now Oilcans, Oct. 2t. New Insur
anco laws affecting 80,000 policy-holders
were olllclally adopted toduy by tlio
Supicnie Ijiilgo )f the Knlghls of
Pythias. Tlio features of the laws are:
An Increase In tin) maximum policy
from aouo to jr.ooo.
An Incic.ibu In the ago limit nt which
members can bo Inoured from fifty In
Tlic creation of a new flflh clasa ol
Insurance This class Involves it com
plctu change from tlio old (internal
congress to tho Atiiorlrnn experience
tnblo with Interest nt n V& I'er cent.
There will ho nil annual accounting,
tin annual dividend policy, returning to
thn menibcis lit tlio end of each year all
over niul above tho cost of tnriylng tliu
risk and expense, ot management
All policies under the new system
beinme liiiontestalile after tbrre yeara
I'llvllegH Is given lolley-liiilders ill
Hie foiiilh iIiies to tiankfer Into the
new lltlli class, Inking thn Haute amount
nllhinit new medical examination.
Arthur .1. Htoddiird nf St. I'nul was
rriipiiointed major geiioial of the Unl
(in in Hunk for ii mrni nf two yen is hi
His iiirriio Clianrnllof.
Tin Weslily r-'dltinii or tha Evtuilny
niilletlii dlvci n iiimitft siiiumsry nt
lie niws uf (tin 1U7. for Ml yr,
Time To Order ,
Several customers have already or
dered CIFT BOOKS for Christmas de
livery. It's a matter of forethought
that results In presenting what thsy
want to give and the recipient getting
what he will appreciate. Delay means
a hurried visit to some store at the
last moment and the purchase of some
glmcrack altogether unsatisfactory.
Whether it's a single volume or a set
of books you wish to present, we can
show you the styles of binding, etc.,
and guarantee delivery for the holi
days. B00K6 SOLD
FOR CASH OR EASY PAYMENTS.
Wm. G. Lyon Co,
COR. TORT AND HOTEL STREETS
Dlr.nk books of all aorta, ledger
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub
BULLETIN ADS. PAY
RELIGF FUND SHOULD
BE USED TO
BRING BAND HOME
"Whereas, the Hawaiian hand, now
on Iho inllnland, is In needy clreuiii
Mntiira due in conditions beyond lliclr
tniitiid, and whereas funds to emililo
them to return to their homes aro not
available from tho County Ti canary,
."Itcsohed, Tbiil the If.iwnll Promo
tion Commlttco recommends that a
ciiniclcnl amount bo taken from the
tiitids contributed by tho citizens of
Hawaii for tlio relief of needy lla-
v. allium In San Fmnclswi to emtblo Cap
tain Itergcr and bis baud tit return to
"Resolved, That a copy of this reso
lution lie r,eiit to the Chamber of Cone
uicrc" and the .Merchants' Association,
wllli 11 request fur early action on their
Tho nbon resolution was passed by
the Promotion Commlttco yesterday nl
tcrnnon, Miss Whltlock of 1ir An
GelcH wrota how she had seen tliu band
iiluy nt Omiihii to ten-cent chairs. It
bud also been much hampered liy lielnn
worked ngalnst by tho Musicians'
Union. The thought that so bad the
mighty fallen, rtnrted the conimlttic
(1. W. Smith was called for consul
lallon. Me explained that tho Super
visors could not legally appropriate
money to bring tliu hand back, and that
there was no money available anyhow.
I!n thought tho unexpended balance ot
tho San Francisco relief fund could b
CAUSE FOR WORRY.
The Gnome You look ill. J
Mr. Dragon Yes. I just swallowed
MT ) Job Printing at tha lul
The Campaign Funds
aro probably almotlt depleted. It's
Just tho opposite with us our fall
stock of suitings are most complete.
There are come lianricomt patterns
among them ami the fall color tones
Better coins in and look Jt Ihem, II
you order, we'll guarantee to fit,
W. W. Aliana & Co,,
it King 61,
I'llONG blue ?nt. I'. 0, uqk oeo,
iff i mi i iii miiTTTnr
iM OFF FOK. .
THE m TODAY
How. Injured Transport
Is Being Towed
The Sheridan will probably maki!
another attempt td get nwny for San
Francisco this afternoon. When she
broke her windlass yesterday, It was
thought that she could not leave before
(ompiiow morning, on account of tho
time that would be required to make n
r.cw casting. But It was discovered
that the Iron Works had a casting al
ready on hand which, with a little
work, could be made In scryc. This
was Immediately got ready, and thin
morning tho Slocum went out with It to
have Jt put In place. Some hours will
be required for this, but It Is oxpected
that the fleet can sail some time this
Tho accident to the Sheridan's wind
lass was caused by tho fact that Cap
tain Smith of tho 'Slocum, who Is not
familiar with these waters, directed
thn Sheridan to anchor where tho water
was ton deep for tho anchor to reach
I he bottom. The vessel drifted back
until sho reached water that wns shal
low enough for tho anchor to catch.
For tho first timo In several months
Hie Naval wharf Is deserted, except for
the tug Iroquois, The Sheridan has
Iccn hero slnco tho 31st of August, in
eluding tho 1 1 1110 Bhc wns on the reef nt
Barber's Point and again at Pearl Har
bor, and she sccincd almost n fixture
I he lluford, which originally cume
from the const to take back the Shell.
din's passengers, but was diverted to
Midway to bring to Honolulu those of
the Mongolia, bus been here almost nl
Somo time ngo doubts were expressed
ns to tho safety of tho Sheridan whin
she went to sen again, but tlio tenipoi-
ury repairs mndo to her have been to
thorough that those In command of
In. i- mid the other vessels of the little
licet urn confident sho ylll come to no
harm on her homeward voyage. The
pcoplo of Honolulu havo come to look
upon the Sheridan, because ot her long
ttny hero and of her experience 011
this coast, with nlmost as great n feel
ing of proprietorship ns they do upon
tho Alameda, and everybody will wish
her mid Captain Pcabody good luck.
Onnccnun( of 'llio'cxfcnslvb repairs
that will have to be made to the dlicr
Man, it will probably bo several months
befnro sho returns to this port.
Tho Sheridan nnd her consorts sal
with tho Slocum, which leads, con
nected with tho lluford by u
fi-lncli steel hawser 1200' feet In
length. Under ordinary conditions,
U00 feet of this will bo used, with 90
Icet of chain. Thn remaining 300 feci
is for use should clrcumttnnccs require
The llufnrd'H to tho Sheridan Is
by two lines, one a 700 foot hawser ol
16-Inch Manila, with 200 feet of ).,
Inch steel cable and 100 feet of chain;
tho other TOO feet of 12 inch hawser
with 200 feet of steel cable These
lines aro both stationary.
Captain Humphrey, who for about
threo years has been depot quarter
master at Honolulu, goes In charge ot
the Meet. Ho will not return her. but
goes to Washington for medical treat
ment, and later will probably be as
signed to sen scrvlco for tho benefit ot
Mr. Sturo goes on the lluford In
charge of tho low, under Captain Hum
phrey. Mr. Sturo has had practical
charge of wrecking operations In con
nection with rescuing tho Sheridan, and
It Is very largely owing to his efforts
nnd tho excellent work ho did that tho
transport 1s able to return to Ban Fran
cisco. John Donnelly, superintendent of en
gineers', is In charge ot the pumpc and
tigging on tho Shcrldmi.
THEY LIKE HONOLULU
W. A. Rideoiit and wife, who havo
been residents of Honolulu for moro
than a year, havo decided to build a
homo here. They havo takon up a
Government land claim In Paloio val
ley near tho car lino and will begin
tho erection nf n residence, on tho
Rlsnk book of all aorta, ledgers
etc, manufActttred by the. Bulletin Pub,
Don't you want to be wise? If you
rlo, do as' wise smokers are doing
ask for the
The manifold virtues of tha Rough
Rider Cigar will convince Ilia most
skeptical smoker after a thorough
trial, thai it is matehUla for U fla.
vor and Is a sweet smoke, Why not
i Fitzpatrick Bros,
Holt Honolulu Aginli,
iCOnNCII HOTEI, AND PORT
the favorite dentifrice. Perfectly d
llcioua and fragrant. Positively' bene
ficial. Ask your dentist.
f AKAIIS 1ET 'OFF
Police Court Grinds
UsuaJ Grist This
If Nohokitahlwl Wnlnee were not
possessed of that spirit of forgiveness
and forbearance that Is tho distinguish
Ing characteristic of womankind of nil
rnccs nnd colors, Mnknl Walnco might
not have got off so easily this morning
when lie appeared In Judgo Whitney's
court charged with assault and battery
on his wife and with malicious Injury.
Maknl seems to think tbnt tho proper
way to control a womnnls to beat her.
Also, ho vents his displeasure when
things go wrong' or his liver gets out
of order by smashing tho furniture.
Nohokiiahiwl might stand a beating
once in a while. But when Makal
ntarted In to break things, and smash
ed up two of her tables, It was too
much. Bruises will get well, but time
docR not heal cracked table legs.
Therefore tho wife appeared nt Iho
police station yesterday and sworo out
warrants charging Makal with assault
and battery nnd with malicious Injury,
and the pollco went out and brought
the destructively Inclined ono In.
Klthcr Makal Is possessed of strong
persuasive powers or Nohokiiahiwl re
lented oyer night, for this morning
sho appeared In Police Court and told
Judgo Whitney that' sho hail changed
her mind; that she and Makal had
kissed and made" up anil that sho
wanted him let off this timo.
Judge Whitney thought that If sho
could stand It. he could; so he repri
manded Makal, and tho ouco moro
happy family departed Joyously.
Tho caso of I.tzzle Couvcia, who Is
charged by her husband, Frank Coil
vela, with Infidelity, the other man
being Manuel Marques, was continued
this mornlne until tho 19th.
! Thn faun nf II Vtim If ami hatf-ml
with embezzling tho sum of SR00 from
his mother, I.I Chan Shcc, has been
postponed for ten days more.
Klniura Is another destructively In
clined Oriental whoso habit of break
ing things has got him Into troubln.
Shlmlzu swore out a warrant yester
day charging him with smashing two
nf her plates.
Brady Clemmons, n very big, very
black and very much plain negro, oc
cupied n bench In Judgo Whitney's
court this morning: His head ' was
bound up In bandages which hid tho
Injuries .which ho claims Alexander
Oarncr Inflicted upon him with a
hatchet. He wns thcro to tell ther
court how It all happened, but, ho,'
didn't get thn chance, for the caso wait ,
continued to next Wednesday after
noon. Garner will also havo In face a'
rhargo of using vulgar and Inde'ceiit
'language. Mollle- Nash claims that
l,o applied epithets to her which no
lady should stand for. Tho epithets
Uorcmentloncd aro quoted In her
cworn complaint, but they aro not ox
nctly fit for publication.
Koonul connected with too large an
amount of that which cheers- and also
Inebriates. Tho Judge told him that
It would cost him tho usual three nnd
FERNANDEZ OHUNE-In this city,
1 Nov. .8, 1900, by Elder Abraham Per
,na'ndcz, Ernest Druue to Adelaide K.
If you want your brcud to como back
"do not expect ten Joavcs for the 0110
)cm cast on the waters.
Weiealwavs ready to examine
your teeth FRKR: and quote
nur price I6r placing Ihem In
good condition, nen then vott ate
under no obligation to employ u,
Rut when you see our wotk and
how palnlestly we oerte, you will
place your lecth in' our care,
JIJ Hotel St
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