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EVENING BULLETIN, HONOLULU. T II.. MONDAY. NOV. 2fi. 1006.
Honolulu Comm.indcry Order
of the Temple.
Hawaiian Lodge first Degree
Pacific Lodge Third Degree
Moha Temple election-7:3C.
Alt visiting members ot the
order aro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodges.
HARMONY LODGE. No. I, I. O. 0. F.
Meeti overr Monday evening at 7:30
(a I 0.0 K! Man, Fort street.
U. 11. HKXDHY. Secretary,
C. 0. IIOTTIZU N. a
All visiting bro tiers cry cordlall
MYSTIC LODOE, No. 2, K. of P.
Meett every Tuesday evening nt
1:30 o'clock In K. ot P. Hall, it'iir
itrccU Visiting brothers curdlRlly In
'Ilea to attend.
O. J. WIHTKIIEAD. C.C.
V. WALDKON, K.n.a.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. f P.
Meets ever Friday evenlrg at
K. P. ilnll, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers ot Mystic Lod.cc, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodgo. No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. BOND, C. C.
A. 8. KENWAT. K.R.1.
HONOLULU LODGE CIO, B. P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. 616, 0. P. 0. H., I
111 meet In their hall, on Miller I
and Derctonta streets, every Friday !
3y order of the E. IL
HARRY H. B1MPSON,
n. B. MURRAT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLCY LODGE No. I, K.ef P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f:50 o'clock In 1C of P. Hall, King
ulreeL Visiting brothers cordially In--lt
M. M. JOHNSON, O.C.
E. A. JACODSO.N, K.H.S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. Z.
Meets on the 2nd and 4th WEDNICS
OAT evenings of each month at 7:30
Vcloek In K. of P. Hall, King streL
Visiting Eagles aro Invited tr at
DAM McKEAOJE. W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. 8ocy
HAWAIIAN TRIBE Ne. 1, I. 0. Fl. M.
Meets every second and fourth
rRIDAT of each month In I. 0. 0. F
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sncbcm.
A. E MURPHY, C. ot R.
OAMIEN COUNCIL No. S63, Y. M. I.
Sleets every second nnd fourth Wed
nesday of ench month at Ban An onto
Hcjl. Visiting brothers cordially In
cited to attend.
T. F. McTIOHE, PrcB.
E. V. TODD, Secy.
When your drllvcry
f wagon Is made to fill the
exact needs of your busi
ness, you have "convey
' ance convenience."
Why not have one made
to order here? We'll
-, make It just as you want
fc It. We can give you an
4S7 QUEEN ST. T.EL. MAIN 47.
i P. O. BOX 103.
0, W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
.Improved and Modern SUGAR MA
CHINCRY of every capacity and de
scription made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation
purpose a specialty. Particular atten.
Hon paid , to JOB WORK, and reoalrr
txecuted it shortest notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
General Contractlnn and Jobbing,
Housepalnting, Paperhanging, Grain- I
Ing, Kalsomlning, Brick, Cement and
Stone Work. Shop with Whittle, the
algn pslntcr, corner Hotel and Union
streets. PHONE MAIN .161
THE HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TUI1ITY CO., LTD,
Real Estate, Mortysut, Loins and In
Ufflcal Molntyrs UUlu- Honolulu, T.ll.
p. 0. BOX , PHONCJ MAIN HI
e:a pout rt.
tmr UULLIJTIN A)8, jAV ax
A tTintlTcH IVopr
- Mill MOUI IU
T "v fllt h - svt w'
T. tUd CO Qi i
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; i in 4
a i.,i.... ry
rUHE PHEFARED PAINT
Pure Prepared Paint Id ready for Im
mediate use. Scientifically mixed
and ground by modern ma
chinery. Sold by
Lewers & Cooke,
177 0. KING STREET.
We're alnays tcailv to examine
jour Weill Mtlili .mil fjuotc
our price for placing tliem ill
good coiulitioii. Kvcn then you arc
under no obligation to employ us,
Hut when jou ee our work and
how Minvly nc 0cr.itc, jou will
place jour let lit in our care,
I I I I'PC.I SON. I). I) S
JI5 Held St.
Try Dr. McLean's
GOLDEN SEAL HAIR TONIC
for Oily Hair. For sale by
Mrs. Doris E. Paris,
FORT STREET opposite CONVENT.
per 0. a. Ventura at
BOSTON BLDG., FORT 8TREET.
NUUANU ST. cor. HOTEL and KINO.
Is Dcllcloui for Cold Lunches,
FACTORY HOTEL STREET
'PHONE BLUE 111 1.
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for sale at the
1UL MAIN -173.
Tor Japaneso cooks, wallers, women
for housework and help for day work,
supplied on short notice,
JAPANESE .NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU 8THEf:T NISAH I'AUAIII.
5lr"l'sr llnl" cards on i, t
Hit uull'tlfi oIIIm.
LOCAL AND iENERAL
There are probably a hundred peo
ple today who, upon looking at this
newspaper, turn first to the "Furnish
ed Room'' ads. If the room YOU have
to rent Is advertised there, one of
these hundred people will probably be
lodging at your house In a few days.
Autos for hire nt Tcr. Stnblrs.
Rest cup of lotlco in the city. New
.Mm. U M WhltclMiurc was iiiiioiik
the Korea passengers.
Ring up Mrs Krnrns, llluc lltl. for
dcllokniH lioinc-m.ulc inlnco meat.
Harmony l.odfifc, No. 3, I, O. 0. K,
rucctH tonltht at 7:30 In I. O. O. V Hall.
If imi ate thinking of liuyliifr a
home jim'il hotter call on Trent & Co,
MS Tort street.
Your valuables will lie safer In the
hands of the Henry Wnturhouso Trust
Co. than In jour own hands.
l)r Frederick A. Cook, the first man
to climb the 20,000 feet high Mt. Mc
Klnlcy in Wnshlngton, li In town.
Wnlklkt lun is now owned by W. C.
Ilorgln. Accommodation, mimillea
and attrndnnco absolutely first class,
l'luoat bathlnc on the beach.
There It nothing like a gas stmc for
comlort and cconomj. Hce the Hono
lulu Han Co.. Alexander Young build
Samuel K. Pun, reelected County
Clerk of Hawaii, may appoint I)
Orallko. his defeated rlMil, ns his dep
uty. When the weather Is hot "Arabic"
will cool jour Iron roof. When the
weather is wet "Arable" will prconl
rust. California Fred Co. agents.
Iiullnlloim tunc lii-cn Ixuurd for Elks
.Memorial Day rxcrclncs nt the Hawaii
an Op'-m lloiifo. ut :t:.10 l. in., next
i (In to the Hawaiian OflUo Specially
I Co. and cxainlno the slock of otllio
I Hpeclnltles sultnlile for gifts at any mm-
1 ion of the jcar.
Older your Thanksgllug turkey oi
chlckeiiH today so that you may hnc n
cliolco of the excellent gathering of the
i Metropolitan Meat Co, Ltd.
Plans for ii Masonic temple In llllo,
to cost $25,000, have been accepted. It
will lie a. two-story striictuic of con-
cictn with n handsome front.
A Mpcclnl meeting of the stockholders
of the llamakiin Dltrh Co. Ltd.. will
ho held on December I for I ho purpose
of considering the Isxunmn of bonds.
When the new M'hool nt Kaumniia,
n few miles from llllo, wim oponcd last
week ull of the pupils In attendance
i were Jnp.incKc except one lonely Por-
Contractor iRnnc Erlckiion. who Is In
charge nf the work on the new llllo
High School, cxpocta In linvo tlio
hiillillng ready for use by the llrst of
Fresh fiullH and egolulilcH arrived
on the Korea today Tor ThnnkKgUliig,
at Henry Mny & Co, Also Eastern
nnd California frozen oj stern n ml oth
There lire fifteen criminal cases on
the calendar of .ludgo Parson's court
term opening In llllo today. One h for
murder nnd several are for nssault with
Judge Partialis hna nppolnteil Ceo.
Day and .1. I). Enslon nil Jury comnils
sionerH for tho Fourth Circuit. It will
be their duly to prepare the Jury llbls
for tho year 107.
A trli to llalelw.i will lie u benefit to
uny one who has that tiled feeling or
who would have iccreatlon that Is dif
ferent from that furnished nt most ot
tho lintels In the country.
The Susanna Wesley Homo on King
stieet will Iuio a 'gift day" next Fri
day afternoon and cvrulng. (lifts o
all Mudii of uaeful articles will liu rc
cclunl on the proceeding dajs.
Tho Ilrltlsh btenincr llsoworth nr
rhcil at llllo Monday nflcthoon fioin
Coinux, llrlllali Columbia, by way of
Honolulu. Sim hnd aboard 1000 tons
of coal for the llllo ltallro.nl.
James F Halt him contributed mi Il
lustrated arllclo entitled. "Seeing tho
Hawaiian Islands for $200," to tho
Pottlauil, Ore.. Evening Telegram. Tho
plctuica are fium his own cunicra.
Tho Wnl.il.ic, Kiilmukl nnd Palolo
Improvement Club held u meeting insf
week, at which It was decided to ntk
tho Supcnlhors totako up the impiovc
nient of Itoko Head, 12th, Kith and Stlf
The public meeting called by Cover
nor Carter to consider tho proposal of
exchanging l.nual public land for other
real estate In tho Territory will bo
held at the cxecutUn olllrcs at 3:30
Jolliers' display of real shell coinba
nnd ornaments, rogther with Imltallon
shell side unil back comba mounted in
gold, contains sonic mighty good sug
gestions for Christmas. Don't wnit till
the line is broken
You will need u (llllctte Safety Haior
that jou may hno a well sluued face,
frco from iinnoynuccu thul follow frc
ipicnt attention to that part of jour
nnntomy. Benson, Smith & Co., have
the rnnir and extra bluilcs,
Tho regular meeting of tho Wnmnn'H
Auxiliary and (lulld of St. Audien'ri
Cntlieduil llinuih will liu held IIiIh af
ternoon. November 20, nt half-past two,
in the Sunday urhool loom. A paper
on "lllshop llreut'H Work In the pnlllp
plnea" will be rend by .IH. Ilestarlck
'Hie Heaaldn baa plenty nf uiul
boards, surf ennoes, Cunadjau iiiiiocb
etc, which are nt Urn dlipotni nf lis
guests Remember Unit the best bath
lug uiul (he host surf (or lioaul rldliiif is
illreclly In front of tho HenMiln.
llniel uiul IiiihIiiiwi men mo nun
pliilnlliK Hint ulnrnliir "uIomhI" mid
liullur sinus aro IIiik llflwl li l
HhiiihIii ilmt ihf) nro tahfii a iiiiplnen
fill I lie Hiloriitlieiit nr duns Isii-im uiu
I't'liin tukmi in tni HiU irotlUo,
Here are two eyeglasses, one fitting
tho nose correctly. the
other Incorrectly, There Is no one
'eyeglass that will fit aM noses, but
our stock Includes the best and latest.
To know tho style best suited for
each particular nose and how to
adjust It Is part of our skill.
i A, N. SANFORD,
J GRADUATE OPTICIAN,
' BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET,
Over May & Co.
'jN'j.iwirMt'Tr raKrrcramw w Lidjaafi
M0NUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WORKS.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDG., 176-180 KING STREF.T. PHONE 287.
Will be open only half a day Thursday.
Send us your clothes NOW. We .will
deliver them before Thanksgiving Day.
Telephone Main I4T
RIOT IN CANADA
Hamilton. Out Nov. 21. Syinpa
lilzern with the street inr strikers
gjt Into n riot In Hid principal streets
ot hmullton jeslcrdny. The troublo
had ilrnhtle treatment from tho nil
LhoiltleB, who suppressed tho rioters
wilu the nld of police nnd cnvnlry.
Tl.c HtreelK nn filled with debris
EMIGRANT OFFICES CLOSED
lliulnpesl, llungnij-, Nov. 21. Tho
HiiM'iuincnt will eloso tho steamship
rPlces which hao been cstabllshcil
In tho lutciiur ot lluugnry to piomiitu
WIDOW GETS A MILLION
Now York, N. Y., Nov. 21 The ex
ecitlors of tho llciuian OClrlch ettato
har compromised with the widow for
ROBBERS SCARC GOVERNMENT
St. Potcrsbiiig, Kusalu, Nov. 25.
Tho Covernment has inado nil older
nbaudoning I lie transmission of cur
lency by leglstercd mall on nceount
of tho frequent robberies of trains.
NEW WIRELESS SERVICE
llrcmcrlnn, Wash., Nov. 25. Admir
al Hum ell has established direct wlic
less telegraphic communication with
DELEGATES SESSION OPENED
Budapest, Hungary, Nov 25. The
silting of the Austio-Huiignrian dele
gates has been opened. Emperor
Francis Joseph received the ilclega
Washington, D. C Nov. 25. Presi
dent House ell will nrilvo lioinn from
his visit to Panama and Porlo Itlco
t SOCIALISTS THREATEN
Warsaw, lliibslu. Nov 25.- Tim Ho
(l.i I hi a Uneaten u general strike an
i. protobt agalusL Hin uxcciitlnu of four
SCHOOL SHIP UUI1NUD
l.nuiliiii Kiig, Nov. 28 Tim 1'ieinli
loipedii uliool ship AIkitIiuh has
been Inn lied, with it losa nf Hnnu lives.
UPTON OOMRO HOME
l.lvurpiwil, Him Nut it Hit Thiw
MiHMl liua Mllhml.
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You can slip a volume In your pock
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Dickens, Jnne Austen, Hums,
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Shakespeare, Scott, llunyan,
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COR. TORT AND HOTEL 8TREET8
Dle.nk books of all torts, ledger
tc, manufactured by tbe Bulletin Pub
Ilnana. Cuba. Nov. 21. Aimed
bauds of revolutionists hnc reappear
ed at Cloufuogos and (luliics, The ru
rnlec hao been ordered to attack and
lloiigkong, Chlnn, Nov. 25, Tho
llohln has boon relloated In unilnin
THE ROYAL MEETING
("The hoverelgns embraced warmly
nt parting." Dally papei.)
Tho King has kissed tho Kaiser,
The Knli.cr kissed I he King,
And though wo'ro none tho wUer
Yet wo can all go bed ward
Without a rear of III,
Since William has kissed Edward
And IMvvnrd Nephew 1)111.
Of ou n,e, tho inonnrchs said nought
No wind escaped their lips
About tho Ilrltlsh Drendiiaiight
And bigger (icrninn ships.
When nil thoso ships get roady
(As in four years they will),
Wo hope that Undo Teddy
Will still 1,hs Nephew Illll.
The BUSINESS MAN8 HANDY IN
DEX, published In the Saturday Bulle
tin and tho Waekly Edition, gives a
concise ana complete reaui&o of all le
gal notices, calls for tenders, Judg
ments, building permits and real ee
tate traWsactlons. Evening Bulletin,
7Cii per month. Weekly Bulletin.
g(1. per vr.
aajr- BULLETIN A3S. PAY -W
and comfortably cool, aro White Lin
en Duck Stilts
Not only this but the Quality We
f'lirnuh Ynu Is DURABLE and there,
Every talent of our experienced
woikinen Is cxeiciifd In give ynu what
we guarantee-AM'ERI'LCr I'll",
W. W. Ataa S Co,,
Fzk R3T ail .MJBjM . &RIESS& Mk
-'.M -w l,.1H"W-' -C-J'
6J Klnu 01,
I'lioiit; iilui; sni, p. o, no 049,
Number of Visitors This
Winter Will Break
Among the seventy eight arrivals
from the mainland on tho Korea this
morning are n largo number of tour
ists who hnvo come to Honolulu, soma
of them to stny as long ns six months.
'.. K, Myers of tho Havvnllnu Trust
Company, who also arrived on I he Ho
les, sajs that he believes the tourists
arriving on that steamship arc tho
best lot that have ever conio to tho
Islands. Many of them aro people of
mentis who come hero to enjoy them
selves nnd stay ns long ns they feel
"All Ihiough California," said Mr.
Myers, "1 have heard plenty of talk
about Hawaii nnd I think wc nro go
ing to hnvo n bigger tourist travel this
winter than we hnvo ever had before,
The work of the Promotion Commit
too is being fell all through tho State.
When I am nvvny from Honolulu I al
waj's constitute myself n sort of Pro
motion Committee, mid ns I tako so
much Interest In the subject, I always
notice what tho Indications nrc. In
Los Angeles, Stockton, in all Hie cities
that I visited, I heard of tho Promotion
Committee nnd the work being dona
by It. And I hnvo heard of many peo
ple who nro Intending to visit Hawaii
this winter. I think there will ho moro
of them, nnd of a better class, than
COMES TO AWAIT
(Continued tram Page 1)
mining here to stny nnd make Hawaii
their homes. I learned Hint when tho
Suverlc passed Montevideo everything
wns nil right aboard. Everything pos
sible had been done for tho comfort
nnd convenience of tho passengers nnd
they were ull in good health mid spir
'I Intended to come to Honolulu la
ter on," said Mr. Sargent, "but this
niatlci of tho Suverlc has hnstencd
my visit. No; I havo no other busi
ness here, other than to renew my nc.
minlntnncc with the friends I made
when I was hero n year nnd a half ago.
I remember them nil nnd shall ho cry
plonsed to seo them nil again."
Thnt Mr Sargent Is right in stating
that President Roosevelt Is very much
Interested III tho future nnd develop
ment nf Hawaii is evidenced by tjin
lnct thnt tho President has sent him
on a Journey of flvo thousand miles to
be present when tho shipload of Imml
f rants arrives.
"What the President believes is,"
said he, "thnt these Immigrants who
nro coming, nnd others who nro In fol
low them, should he taught American
wnjs and customs nnd he mndo Into
real Americans peoplo who shall rc
gard America ns their home. If you
get a lot ot the right kind of Imml
grants to come hern nnd settle, this
Territory is going ahead.
Mr. Sargent showed himself very
familiar with tho Islands mid with con
ditions existing here, asking concern
ing the condition of the sugar crop, tho
price of sugar, etc. He expects to bo
hero auioiit thro weeks, thought the
time Is not certain, depending upon
when the Suverlc gets here.
"Wo had n fine voyngo from San
Francisco, said tho Commissioner. "In
fact. It was undoubtedly tho pleasnnt
est I ever experienced. Tho vventhcr
wns pleasant all the way nnd I enjojed
(Continued from Paae 1.)
the public, nnd 1 gut nnno from an j one,
Tho accounts and tho payments is n
matter between mo uiul tho hoys mid
Is nobody elso's business. Asa mnttcr
of fact, regarding tho salaries, there Is
money duo to ninny members of tho
hand, but on the other timid tome of
them even owe me mnnoj. 1 am going
to puy the men nil thcro Is duo them.
"As far ns hardship Is concerned I
can only say Hint tho bojs were carried
In Pullmans nnd staj'cd at good hotels.
'I ho aggregate weight of tho hand Is
1000 pounds moio than It was when it
started from here
"When wo came back to California
we were met with all sorts of engage
ments mid In a short timo wo could
I have recouped our losses. Wo could
have made a llttlo fortune by milking
n tour through California I had n
I Kiiarnnleo for $2500 u week for four
weeks from nnn man alono, nnd many
ntluT good offers from various parts of
I Hin Htntn, hut of courso we had to come
, lun k. As a matter of fact Jimmy Mm
gun cabled Hie flovcrncir telling him
iihuut them ami asking If tho hand
1 could sin) That cuhln wan inner pub
lished Morgan never got mi miavver
to II "
U jou think hubchall is nol popuMr,
llcli'li In this ftiiin mi exehiingcii "Two
hundred uiul firiy-wlx illles and town
In Hin Hulled Hlnles mid Omiuilii tun
rim rniihwirii with Urn National Al
nrlatlon ul nrfrfaitlnnnt nit.lml
I, .-.-...., ,, ,.,,
IIULUtin, Ana, PA.y
Daniel Logan May Get
Job In Carter's
Chief Clerk Charles It. Iluckland "t
tho (lovcrnor's nlllcc, lias resigned his
position nnd will give tip the work on
December 15. Ho slates that ho hns
not yet decided what business he, will
tnkc up, ns ho hns three openings, ull
of which look good to him nnd he U
uncertain which to accept.
Whllo thcro havo been no formal an
nouncements of nppllcntils for tho po
sition, there Is n feeling which seems
In have some ground on which It may
lie Imsed that Daniel Logan, for muny
years city editor nnd court reporter on
locnl papers mid at present connected
with the morning paper, mny be of
fered the position. He hns been of Intn
doing moro or less' work of n scnil
public nature In the office of (lovern'lr
Cnrter. He could not be found today
to obtain n slntemcnl from him.
(Continued from Page 1.)
Sargent comes hero fully In nccord
with our plans for Immigration ami
will Investigate tho matter fully while
here. I believe that ho hag Hie friend
liest feeling possible for Hawaii nnd
will do everything In his power to help
up towards solving that most Impor
tant of nil problems to us, tho labor
"In the mnttcr of my qunrrcllng with
(Jovcrnor Cnrter over tho mnttcr of oh
mining an extension of my leave of
iiliscnce. I hnvo nothing to saj'. The
matter has nothing In It nnd thcro has
rover been any 'family qunrrcl,' nor
will thcro be nnj'. I hnd tho lenvo ex
tended nnd tho permission In my pock
et before I ever heard of any telegram
from Ooernor Cnrter or before nny
such message was sent.
"President Roosevelt Is deeply In
terested in our Immigration problem
nnd expressed himself to tho effect
that It wns by fnr the most Important
move Hint hnd been tnndo by Hawaii
since the nnnexntlnn.
"To come back to the Jnpancso mat
ter once more. I believe thnt tho Pres
ident In this mnttcr will stand up to
the treaties which exist between Japan
nnd tho United States nnd will play
tho manly part that ho alwnys has. I
do not think Hint ho expects to havo
nny International dlulculty before tho
matter Is settled, but thinks Hint ev
er) thing will como nut in the best pos
sible shnpo In tho end.
"In regard to tho band, I think, from
whnt f hear thnt Jon Cohen has been
given the worst of It here. Ho hnn
fulfilled his obligations nnd I should
say hns lost nt lenst $15,000 nnd still
ho scrnped together enough money to
bring back tho band boys, nnd I be
lieve that he should get due credit for
whnt ho hns done. Tho boys seem to
bo pretty well sntlstlecl with tho way
Hint they havo been treated, and I
guess ho hns demo all right by them.
Not for Governor
"Am I going to Da tho noxt (lovcrnnr
of Hawaii? That is a pretty personal
question. Isn't It? Well, I don't mind
saying that I don't think that I will bo.
What you tell mo about u story In tho
morning paper giving Hint Impression
that I had the support of tho Pres
ident for tho office right now Is puro
"The statement which I seo In tho
morning pnper to tho effect Hint 'Tho
President Is stoutly backing Secretary
Atkinson nnd especially requested that
Mr. Atkinson should not resign tho
Secretaryship to go Into private em
ployment.' Is not a fact. 1 do not care
to talk much on this subject, ns it Is
not my position to talk, but I do not
llko to hnvo rumors of this kind blam
ed un me."
DEGREES AND DEGREE8
llrlggs: 1 say, HiIb Is appropriate.
Drown: What's that?
llrlggs: Our friend, Mug. hns got a
handle to his name. Ally Sloper.
FOR THE FAMILY
"Halloa, nitklns! Who are von work.
ing for now?"
"Same people a wlfo and five
children " Tlt-llltn.
Don't you want to be wise! If you
do, do as wise emokera are doing
esk for the
I The manifold virtue, nf the Rough
I ntrler r,lglr will convince (he most
ikeptlcal smoker after 4 thorough
iriai, mat it 11 matchless for Its II.
vor and Ii iv,eet smoke, Why nol
1 Bl Honolulu Aitn,
ICOHNRII II0TBU Mr rm nr0)
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