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EVENING CUt.T.ETIN, HONOUIUI. T. II.. THURSDAY. DEC. fi. 1906."
ll.iw.ill.in Stated Election.
Pacific Third Degree,
Oceanic Second Degree.
Rose Croix ncQularS p. in.
Lclaloha Chapter Regular.
All visiting memben of tin
order nro cordially Invited to at
tend meetings of local lodge.
HARMONY LODGE, No. 1, I. O. 0. F.
Meets every Monday evening it 7:30
In I. O. O F! VlaN, Kort street
U. It. lir.NDllY. Secretary
c. o. noma,, N. o.
All visiting brothers very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. f P.
Meets every Tuesday event
1:30 o'clock In K. of P. Hull,
street. VlaftfriK brutbera cordially
vitcc to attend.
O. J. WHITKIIEAD. C.C.
F. VAI.DRON, K.R.S.
OAHU LODGE, No. 1, K. of P.
Meets every Friday evenlrg t i
K. P. Ilnll, King street, at 7:30. Mem
bers ot Mystic Lo(Ue, No. 2, Wm. Mc
Klnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
brothers cordially Invited.
A. D. nOND. C. C.
A. 8. KEN WAT, K.R.I.
HONOLULU LODGE (18, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodgo No. git, D. P. O. It.,
"Ill meet In their hall, -in Miller
snd Berctanla streets, every Friday
By order ot the 12. It.
UAIIHY 11. SIMPSON,
H. It. MUIIIIAT, E.R.
Wm. M'KINLCY LODQE No. t, K.sf T.
Meets every Saturday evening at
1:30 o'clock In It. of P. Hall, King
s'.rttt. Vliltlnc brothers cordially lu
it to attend.
M. M. JOHNSON, CO.
E. A. JACOBSON, K.R.A.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. Z.
Meets on the Snd snd 4th WEDNK8
DAY evenings nf cacb month at 7:30
(clock In K. of P. Usll, Kins BtreL
Vleltlng Esglei are Invited tr at
0AM McKEAOOE. .P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Socy.
hawa.iah Trjben.. i, i. o. r. M.i
Meats every second and fourth
rniDAY of each month In I. O. O. F,
Visiting brothers cordially Invited to
W. F. DRAKE. Sschom.
A. E. MURPHY, C. ot R.
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. 563, Y. M. I.
Meets every socond nnd fourth Wed
resday ot each month at Ran An'onio
ttujj. Visiting brothers cordially In
.ItTd to attend.
T. F. McTIOIlE, Pres.
K. V. TODD, Secy.
We want to remind you,
business men, that you should
have that delivery wagon of
We can repair It right and
at the right price.
Why not ask us " How
7 QUEN ST. TEL. MAIN 47.
P. O. BOX 103.
C. W. ZEIGLER Manager
HONOLULU IRON WORKS
Improved fnd Modern 8UGAR MA
CUINERY of every capacity and de-1
acrlptlon made to order. Boiler work
and RIVETED PIPES for Irrigation ,
purposes a specialty. Particular atten
tion paid ,to JOB WORK, and repairs
ixecuted it tliortett notice.
W. R. PATTERSON
Gtneral Contracting and Jobbing,
lloukepalntlng, Paperhannlng, Grnbi
tug, Kalsomlnlng, Crick, Cement and
Btono Work, nhop vlth Whittle, the
sign painter, corner Hotel and Union
atrecto, PHONE MAIN 361
THU HAWAIIAN REALTY AND MA
TURITY CO., LTD.
Real Estate, Mortgage, Loans and In
Office! Melntyro EUdg., Honolulu, TH,
P O. 00X SiiS, PHONE MAIN 141.
933 FORT BT.
I II , I III Mill H
BULLETIN ADB, PAY
fcrThf Old Dttivt
. )iit DOLM 0I'
' pit.M - ""2
UW f '"
If you want gold, silver
or bronze paints, or any
kind of enamel for decora
tive purposes, call on us.
WE HAVE THE MOOT COMPLETE
STOCK IN THE CITY.
Lewers & Cooke,
177 0. KING STREET.
For Over 60 Years
lis b(en uwcl for over HIXTY
YUAKH bv MILLIONS nf Mnthm
IKO. wlih perfect istctu. IT
3 CURBS VKT COLIC, nd Is lha fe
by Drujrclbts In every pan of Iho
world, llo snro and Mlc for Mrs.
inflow's nootmnirtsvruniinfl tAkA
3 no other klad. 25 Ccau a BottH. :$
An Old and WsIMrltil Rmhi)
HAZCLINE FACE CREAM
Excellent for sunburn, roughnecs of
the akin and for removing
TOR SALE BY
P i t j i
UApui I 1SV1III JU
MODERN HIGH CLASS DENTISTRY,
Olfice hours Week days, till 5 p.m.;
Sundays by appointment.
F. L. FERGUSON, D. D. S., Manager. '
HOTEL ST. opp Union, Arlington blk, I
FOR THE HOLIDAYS AT
BOSTON BLDG., FORT STREET.
At Reduced Prices until after Xmas,
Nuuanu bet. King and Hotel Streets,
COAT AND PANTS
CLEANED AND PRESSED FOR
PHONE MAIN -167.
Sun Rise Dyeing House
1346 FORT 8TREET.
BAMBOO AND LAUHALA
for sale at the
ILL MAIN 473.
Tor Japanese cooks, wallers, women
for housework and help far day work,
supplied on short notice,
JAPANESE NEW HOTEL UNION,
NUUANU hTflEET NL'An PA0AHI,
VrV'For llcnl" cirui on "It l
lbs pullilin edits,
To have And to holt. After you have
censed to use or to needIn unwls
Ant A H 111! Still lli4Ht J I llAlla VMM.
"win. r uudvuii mint mis in ;vui imj
Autos for lilro at tor. Stable.
Why not ask for Itoynl flutter nl C
J. Day & Cn.'s?
The It M. B. S. Aorungl Im due Wed
nesday from Sydney.
Are you reading the Italnlrr toasts?
They nro worth while.
Tito Siberia Is due In nnlw' Thius
ilay from San Francisco.
Mm. Clco. Hawkins, dressmaker, has
mm til In Kaplolanl, tor King HI.
. luttuwv iitKnil li ,? nil l-H I
ul.ir 1'rlday sale nl Morgan's this week i
Tlio schooner It. T. Alcxnniter, frnnij
tlrny'n llnrbor. nrrhcil otf Kahiiltil
Neatly furnished rooms nl I ho I'op
ular. (1, $1.00 and $2 per week. 1213
I The schooner Alleo Cuoko sailed (
temdy for lliu Hound for nnothcr car
,".i of lumber for Honolulu,
Lessons In JIu Jltsu Riven by an
perl, apply at the office of lalo uui
flfiitfi iiti IMliii hnii tlitfnl eft-rot I
The llri.lsi, S. S. WlVles.len will s.,ll,B0ST0N BUILDING, TORT STREET,
for San rranvlxui on Satin day or Sun
day, after illKcharglng t700 tuna of her
cargo of S.luO tons.
Wallilkl Inn is now owned by W. C.
Ilergln. Accommodations, supplies
and attcudanco absolutely first class,
finest bathing on the beach.
A meeting of the graduates of the
High School was held last night to
lonslder the iidlsahlllly of forming u
High School Alumni Asso, lallon.
When the weather Is hot "Arable1
will lout your Iron rcof. When the
weather la wet "Arable" will preent
rust. California Kced Co. agents.
The bark Andiew Welch, mm under
tin (ommand of Captain Kelly, Is to
sail for the Coast next Sunday. She
will take on sugar ballast before sail
ing. The Amerlean-llnnallan S. S. No
br;iskan, which was to rail yesterday
for the Sound la Kahulul, did not get
away unci will not sail until tomor
row. What more ncreptatile present can
j on send a friend for Christmas than
n ease of I'rlmo beer. "Phone to tho
brewery to hats a case dcllwrcil on
1jtid Commissioner Pratt will leao
tomoriow for llllo, whero ho has an
ejectment rase to look nfler and cc
cral other mntli-ni of biii'lncia which
reniilre his attention.
I 'I'hn nrxl luoetlni- of Iho Itlleknin
Club will bo held nl tho residence of
Mr ami Mrs. W. C. Wccdon. 1717 lllug-
hum s.treet, nl 7.3U o'clock
evening. December II,
Hawaiian Electric Co. Is agent for
Weslliighouse eleiirleal inailiiiirry anil
Vellon wuter wheels Ciilaloguos uiul
rlrciilnra will be tent to pl.iutatloi'
men and others on request.
Tlia steamer Mlknhala will not full
on !ier regular run today, her place be
ing ta'-t'.t by the Iwalnnl The Mlkn
hala Is lu bo liiKpeeled by tho vhliing
liiKpectorn of hulls and hollers.
Tho Iniiril of supcnlsnrn of the Tree
Kindergarten and Children's A Id An
boclatlon will hold their regular month
ly meeting I'rlday morning, December
T, at U::!0 In the Y. W. C. A. room.
Tho Promotion Committee lll keep
Its photographic exhibition oncn on
j Friday evening from 7 to 10 o'clock
i In order to give pooplo who hnvn no
timet during Ihe day, n chance lo see It.
i Tho curiums receipts for this port
for tho past month were grealer than
those of imy ono month allien annexa
tion. Acting Collector Slaekablo re
ports the mouth's figures nl $196,771.97
The price of Ewu stock has advanced
miring mc pasi wcck irom i.tj. io
,25' with MH naked. Two liuiidrcd mid
i thr, ollilrcB r)W , ,lw, ,,.,, Sve.c
reported on the local Exchange yester-
Home-smoked uncocicd hams an
mpcrlor to anything imported fro:n
H'" eoaat Our3 arc the best and you
enotilil bear It In mind when you urx
I ordering one with your turkey. Tin)
JMcttopolltitn Meat Co.
I The Seaside has plenty of surl
boa Ida, surf aanoes, Canadian canoes
etc, which are at the dlspot.ii! of its
guests. Remember that the. best hath
ing nnd the best surf for board riding Is
directly in front of tho Scatddo.
The regular monthly meeting of tho
Catholic ladles' Aid Society will be
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a the dose of the 3 o'clock service In
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11 ll'l"ts,r" io no pret-em.
ii-Kiimr iiiceiing in uawuii i napier
No. 1, Order of Knmcliamclia, will ho
held this Thursday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, In the Odd Kcllowb' building
on 1'ort street, for the nomination ami
election of officers und the transaction
In tho case of the Honolulu Browing
and .Malting Company vb, E. K. Dctnu
chello mn! (leorgo Umdow, Judgo Do I
Holt handed down a Judgment todrtyt
ii.i mo mi luminal uiionioys coiumis- miring the second year fino acres will (Ulclly on rlco which Is grown In tho
slims against tint plaintiff for $9.00 nnd ,o put under culllvntlon uud throo him ! illstrlct iind Is very cheap.
$11 mils of t'liuit. I,r,., tm,8 tI, ,!,.,, y,.nl.. ,,H i,crio'tB characteristics
Secietary Wcixl of Iho Priiiiiotion, the oxplrnlloii of Iho lliieii years 20(1,-1 Tim pioperly Is roveri'il wllh n vlr
Copimlttco Is considering tin- seiiillug 000 Imch will Im glowing on 1.00U aln rni-ii ,.r immnn,,, i,,,ni,i ..u
of ii laige number of tho photographs i
of Hawaiian views, now on exhibition
in tho promotion rooms, to ln An
geles. The plcturco sliow well hn
beauties ami variety of Hawaii's laiid
(icipco Tim electric light IraiiHfiiimcr, on
W'hiikii arrival depended Iho Itislnlla
Hun or thu stii'i't lump In Mauua aim
Cnllegs llllls, hni Just comu from tint
mainland and it I presumed Dint ftu
piniitomlent rr.mi) will slinril) put
lliu IIkIiis mi i ho linn arms u hlrli Imio
iiliwuly In en nllmliuil m lliu HiUm.
A. N. SANFORD,
Over May 1 Co,
MONUMENT8, SAFES, IRON FENCE.
HAWAIIAN IRON FENCE & MONUMENT WCRK8.
NEXT TO YOUNG BLDO.. 176-180 KINO 3TREF.T. PHONE 2t7.
The Very Latest In Hawaiian j
Just li.c thing tor a Christmas present
A Hawaiian 3eal Ring
The only one In the market
Jewelry and Curios,
1064 FORT STREET NEAR HOTEL.
Send Your Friends on the
in as-.oitcil box of the new season's fresh fruits, such as
Oranges. Apples, Lemons,
IIONCOVIERI'S HIGH GRADE ASSORTED CHOCOLATE AND
FRENCH MIXED CANDIES,
IN 1-2, 1 AND 2 lb. BOXES.
Roncovicrl's Candles have sprung up rlnce the San Francisco
earthquake and are the finest In the market.
We pack these things to make them CHRISTMAS BOXES In
looks as well as reality.
J. M. Levy &Co.
HAWAIIAN CAPITAL INTERESTED
(Continued from Paqe 1)
flllll il I'lltnrilt uflnlv itf llin ullttnlli,,, n,i.
i Plication waa made for n desirable
, lpro , ,,, WM
J Mr """'""' ",,H """'""" ' ''
.hang eoiilliiiioiisly lis Dr. Wali'ihoiisu'u
ingeni, and has Buecesslully conipleted
negotiations with tho government
Plans for Development
Diiiltig tho month of March laut
woilt was commenced on the clearing
of the lirst two hundred ucrea, half ot
which will bo planted wth otunipa lu
August and the Imlanco from seed in
October. An nvernco of two biimlrivl
trees to the neip. maklne n total of
lo.ootl (roes, will bo nlnutoil thlB year.lwlillo tho Tamil eoollo drlvor subsists,'
- icicu. or one half nf Iho total men of
me plantation. Dcvelopmint or the
Eecoiui 1 .000 .icicn iiiuld then lie tluit
ed the fnitrth ycjr.
Iho nuiiiany's piopeily Is Iwatul
nbout nliiti inlli'M fiuiii lliu (own nf
iiiiiiii, on win mum liovcrnmeiii loan
I rum hwiiln Kiimhii lu Ktwila ,lils sliiitiil by the splendid height of Iho
This tonil puiasfl directly throueli thu JuiikIu trees now KniwIiiK upon II, Tim
propeili und is a flimly maeadamUeil climul, a tributary of ihe l'ahng ilv
lliorniiHlirure A dully milniunhllu it, runs mur lliu uml which Is about
fii'lKlit and passmiKiT s'l vlin U main iilnii fiet uhmn bnioli uvn nml u4
iilllliil mn is nuul. u lisw lllillllhlll) lUU feel ubutii to Intel
ITS HISTORY, LITERATURE AND INFLUENCE ON CIVILI.
ALFRED BATE8, M. A. of Trinity College, Cambridge, Eng
land, Editor.lr Chief;
The Drama Is Illustrated with hundreds of fine reproductions of
Bound In red half Morocco, with onyx aides, In 20 volumes.
With this set there will be given complimentary, "The World's
Fifty Great Operas" Introduced by Gulseppo Vcrdl, bound In five
beautiful portfolios, elegantly Illustrated,
The combination of "The Drama" with "The ''Great Operas"
make a library In Itself or viluabte addition of any library.
80I.D FOR CA8H OR EASY MONTHLY PAYMENTS.
WM. C. LYON CO.,
Fort and Hotel
and seal rings are appreciated by
throo hours' run to Kuala Kiinihu. .13
miles nwny on tho railroad. This rail-
load follows tho west coast of tho Miu
Hay Peninsula from Port Swcltcnbam,
Iti l,n u....,t. ... .... ..- n
, n.Miwi, i I'niiiiK itir uuorgo-
lown). on tho north, at both of which
,,; , rn, Ilocton s T. ado
w" "'" '" """" Kwlia
Kumljii Ik nlioiil CG miles f tho
Poll of Siwttenhiun (Port Dickson)
mid nbout 178 mlleg from l'onnng (or
Georgetown). (iharrls (carriages)
make the trip lo Kwala Kumbu fiom
Ilaub in a day, and bullork enris lu
two iib. Tho latter form of traiib'
porl.illon will ho tho nieauii of mar-
lietlng tho uunpany's produet as It Is
excccdlnclv ihean. tbn linlloeku nli
talnlnc their fnoil bv tho roml li!o
among (hem being sumo gigantic spec.'
linens of Klcus Kliistli-n, u pindiiior o(
nibber in large iiiiiiiirs, which liavi
mirvlveil Iho iloMim tivu lucthodu of
priinllUo rubber g.ilheiers. Tho will
la u drep loam of decayed tnsrtiililo
mailer with a rluy subsoil, Ideal fur
rubber eulliiro, Us richness Is demon.
tract Is slightly undulating nnd Is well
The nverngo lemperalurc Is 87 de
grees ami (ho rainfall lnd Inches per
annum. There are two dry nnd two
wet sensons during the year, the for
mer coming In June, July nnd a part
nl August and In December nnd Jan'
nary. Tho Intervening months arc con
sidered among the wet months.
Location of Pahang
Pahang, tho largest of Iho Federated
Mnlny Slates, is situated on tho caHt
const of the Malay Peninsula. Its area
Is estimated at about H,000 squnru
miles, It Is a thickly wooded nnd pirl
ly mountainous region traversed by
the Pahang River, which Is navigable
In Kwala Mpls, 200 miles from Its
mouth. Tho state Is noted for gold de
posits nnd tin lodes arc extensively
worked along tho Pahang River. Tho
capital Is Kwala I.I pis. A British Res'
Idcnl was first appointed lu 1888,
Tho administrative work nf tho
state Is carried on by Iho Resident nnd
his stair of European officials. Tho
sutlan Is bound by treaty wllh the
British (lovcrnment to accept tho ad
vice of tho Resident, who is thercforo
practically paramount, Tho sultan nnd
his chiefs receive from the Govern
ment monthly allowances paid from
Urn revenue collected, but nil financial
nffairs of tho country nro In tho hands
Jof tho Ilrltlsh officers. Tho federation
lof tho four slates was agreed to by
the sultans nnd chiefs In 1805-96, and
the Bctunl federation dates from July
1st. 1896. when a Resident General
was appointed to suporvlso tbo work
of all tlio Residents, ho being respon
sible to tho High Commissioner, who
Is tho Governor of tho Straits Seltlo
menln for tho I lino being.
A most convincing argument In fa
vor or rubber culture In tho Malay1
Slates Is tho low price of labor In that
country nnd Ceylon. The Malay Slates
as well ns Ceylon nro under tho pro
tection of Oreat Rrltaln and have tho
great labor market of India In call
upon, as well ns tho densely populntcd
Island of Java. These, two sources of
supply nro practically, Inexhaustible
and tho wages for labor In theso coun
tries nro, ns a conscqucnco, exceeding
ly low. A eoollo or field laborer re
ceives In StraltB currency 20 lo SO
lents (10 to 18 ccnls Gold) per day,
or sy.uu (3.ou in js.to Gold) per
On a plantation where a large forco
of coolies must bo employed these
questions of supply and cost of labor
arc vital factors. Tho fact that the
laws of these countries permit tho em
ployment of contract laborers under
tho same conditions as practiced In
Hawaii before annexation, insures a
permanent, Instead of floating, labor
This low price of labor, with tho
fact Hint tho host quality of rubber Is
produced, should ensuru greater prof
its In Mnlsy nnd Ceylon than In coun
tries whero labor is Incxpcnslvu and
should enable plantations thcro to pay
dividends oven If tho prlco of rubber
should drop to a figure which would
mako Its prolllublo cultivation Impos
sible In other countries. Tho prlco of
labor permits thorough and continu
ous cultivation, pit or thu land being
kept freo from grnss and wedds, a 'con
dition Impractlcablo In many rubber,
producing countries where the price of
labor Is prohibitive,
The Pahang Rubber Company has
been exceptionally fortunate In scciir-
Do You JCnow
That the Best Fiveeent Cigar, the one
with the real tobacco taste
It la a
remarkably sweet smoke;
Is made fiom regular lengths ol nood
,oh',n ""! the wrapper Is genuine
iininonoa ii, wny Not Try It?
Sale Honelulu Anints.
COnNCR HOTEL AND POnT 0T6,
Inir tbn services of Mr. G. M. Harding.
ns manager. Mr. Harding has' been
on Iho ground for a run. year ami is
thoroughly familiar wllh tho methods
that arc being followed by thetplant
crs, nil of whom arc making a. com
mercial suecosa of rubber cultivation.
116 also speaks the Malay andTamll
languages, which Is of great advantage
In handling tho native labor. Ho has
been an agriculturist In Canada and Is
experienced In felling forests and.
opening lands for cultivation In that
To develop the plantation as plan
ned, assessments will in all likelihood
bo called In the following manner: in
per cent, upon delvcry ofstock, a fur
ther assessment of 10 per cent. In threo
arid six,, months, ""'I thereafter quar
terly assessments of B per cent, until
the stock Is fully paid up.
To Sell 8tock
Arrangements have been matin fur
Ibr soying of nsscssablo stock at no
expense) tothc rjorporntlon. Tho Wa
tcrhousn Co., with offices In Ihe'Judd
building, are tho local' selling agents
for this new rubber company.
The directors oflho Pahang Rubber
Co. nro tho following well known men:
E. A. KniulBcn, A. W. Carter and C. IL,
llcmcnwny. Z i " ,
(Continued from lage 1.)
be made nnd the finish will be at Iho
samo nolrtt from which Iho races were
The water deep enough for racci
or this kind closo In to the shorn and
everyone who lives nlong the beach
will be able to see the boats both on
Iho start and as they near the finish.
The beach will accommodate, n largo
crowd and It Is hoped that everyono
along Iho shore will cntertnln their
friends with afternoon tea or light re
freshment, while the hotels wllr ho
only too glad to make a fete of tho
Amateur races In which Ihe younger
business men of the city will lake
part, paddling In teams, which will lift
arranged herorc hand anil should prove
lo bo most Interesting, while a tour
nament in light canoes should provo
tho most nmuslng event of Iho day.
Tor this event It Is proposed to uso
Iho light Canadian canoes which Up
so easily nnd have one man In paddln
and ono to fight. Tho fighter will bn
mounted In Iho bow of tho canoe wllh
u long pole at tho end of which will be
n largo pad or cloth, teams will bo
organized nnd In squads or three or
(our the boats will advance to the nl
lack. A slight shove, properly, dellv
crcdi will bo enough to send an oppon
cnt Into the water, and a prize for the
team whose men stay out of the water
lor tho longest (imo will' ha In pnler.
If possible an exhibition of "(.incy
diving will be nrranged ami many
other events have been proposed. It Is
lerlaln that racing In surf boats ami
contests on surf boards will be part ot
tho program, both Imnles and Hawaii
(ins contesting against each other ami
In separate classes.
Jack Atkinson has taken tlio matter
up and has the support of men In the
city who will do everything that they
can to place the matter on such a foot
ing that an annual event of this kind
will bo held on every New Year's Day.
'. It. Nugent, dispenser, has mado
tho following report of tho eases nt
the Free Dispensary for Iho month of
November to (he prosldcnt of (ho
Board of Health:
Number of cases treated, 631; medi
cal, 403; surgical, 131.
Number of prescriptions filled, 221;
eye cases treated", 103; number of
health certificates granted, 62; number
ot vaccinations, 9.
Nationalities: Portuguese' 202, Ha
wallan 129, Porto It lean 92, Chinese 39,
American 13, Japanese 12; Spanish a
Colored 9, Korean 6, Urltlsh 6, Gcrma
l, Pole 1, Italian 1. Hollander 1.
A verdict of suicide' was "returned
yesterday by tho coroner's Jury which
Investigated tho ease or Naoplhl, the
.uatlvo who shot himself with a small
riflo ou Monday. According to the
evidence, tho man had for some timo
been suffering from an Incurable dis
ease and had boon hoard Bcvcrnl times
lo express Iho wish' to 'die.
Tho steamer Claudlne' brought twenty-six
head of cafllo on h'cr arrival
Ibis morning. On account of unfavor
able weather conditions iitho was un
able t'o'riaRe a landing at Nahlktt or
1 'The TV PC. k. B.-'S. -Nippon Maru Is
SSfkl'lHr.'J Monday rom Yokohama
en route to San rtanclsco. J
w.uc? U.' "
YoU" are' not dressed eorreetfv. mr.
cording' to the prevailing style, If your
, c1 h,e,vmt mrp y0U se.
lect the' correct color-tone.
THE QUALITY OF OUR '00003
IB AS CORRECT A8 THE COLORS)
Th'e first try on will prove that w
can lit you
W. W. Ahi-aa & Co.,
ii Kin Bt,
PHONG DLUK 2M1. P. 0, Oos OB