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EVRNltfo feULUT.N, HONOLULU. T. H SATURDAY, FEB. 2, 1S07.
902-914 Nuuanu Street.
Importers and Dealers in
i Fruity Rhymes
Ohl lot them come, the "Pure food raid."
jj Come ami see ny Chutney made,
A (lood, clean mid hot, pungent and Bnappy,
Why, the pure-food men will go away happy!
invites all vltlton to Honolulu to call and taite htr Island pretervea
184 HOTEL STREET.
What Prominent People Say
The Harrison Mutual Burial Ass'n
Messrs. Harrison Mutual Burial Abso
Gentlemen: Your Association not
only assures every member of a prop
er and decent burial at u very smull
cost, but relieves others of u responsi
bility they uro not always prepared
FATIIKK 11. VAI.UNTlN.
Messrs. Harrison Mutual lliirl.il Asso
Gentlemen: 1 liavu cari'fully lnvi;
tlgated the plans of your Astoclatlou
and urn heartily In favor with the
lilea You may put me on your list as
r. member, and I recommend everyone
to Join whether they think they will
need the benefit or not,
WM. W. HALL.
I value highly my own membership
In the llurrlsou Mutual Uurlal Asso
ciation and recommend every man,
woman and child In Honolulu to Join.
P. C. JONE8.
Henry Waterhouse Trust Co.,
Cash on hand and In banks.! 87,048.99
Stocks and other Invest
li'itgages Becurerl by real
Loans, demand and time., 302,758.81
Furniture and fixtures ... b,154,07
Accrued Interest receiv
AssetB other than those
specified above 14,134.7(
Tenltory of Hawaii, County of Oaliif.
I, A. N. Campbell, Treasurer of tho Henry Waterhouso Trust Co., Ltd.,
do solemnly swear that tho above, statement Is true, to the best ot my
knowledge and belief.
' A N.' CAMPBELL,
Subscribed and sworn to' before we this 1st day of January, 1907.
JOHN GUILD, , .
Notary Public, First Judicial Circuit. -
'Phone Main 308
Fine Wines and Liquors.
PHONE BLUE 1411.
Gentlemen; I cheerfully give my
indorsement to the Harrison Mutual
Uurlal plan and bollere It u great ben
efit to the community.
Very truly yours,
H. 11. PARKER.
Harrison Mutual, Burial Association:
Gentlemen: Every man ought to
carry, somu kind of Insurance. It seems
to me that tjils should come first, and
I havo yet to And a plan which seems
more practical or more reasonable
than youi'B. Am glad 1 have been n
member from the start .
Very truly yours,
1IENHY C .BROWN.
Mr. V. W. Hall:
I became a member of the associa
tion ot which you are the president, u
little after Its start, and am satisfied
with what' It' has fulfilled. The deceas
ed members have received burial re
pectably, and had It not been tor
jour association their living ones
would undoubtedly feel the funeral ux
pense considerably, t recommend ev
uy man and woman and child to Join
In. . DAVID L. Al.
Subscribed . ..1200,000.00
40 per cent.
paid In $ 80,000.00
Undivided jirollta 31.7W.41
Trust., and, agency accounts 340,349.99
Accrued Interest payable.. 3i9.38
Liabilities other than those
Mieclfied above . , ...... 3,788.53
NOTICE OP FORECLOSURE OF
In accordance with the provisions ot
that certain mortgage made by J. H
Maklno, Mortgagor, of Hohuapo, Coun
ty of Hawaii, Territory of Hawaii, lb
favor of Hutchinson Sugar Plantation
Co., a corporation existing under and
by virtue of the laws of the State ot
California, Mortgagee, doing business
In said Territory ot Hawaii, said moH
gage being dated 12th day of Decern
tier, A. D. 1905, and recorded In tho
Hawaiian Registry of Conveyances In
Lib. 27C, Fols. 379 to 382, notlco Ik
hereby given that Bald mortgagee ln
tends to foreclose the same for condl
lions broken, to wit:
The non-payment of principal and !n
Notice Is likewise given thnt after
Die expiration of three coiiiecutlva
weeks from date of publication of this
notice tho said mortgagee Intends to
and will foreclose tho samo and will
ndvcrtlso and offer for salo the prop
erty covered and conveyed therein and
will sell tho same at public auction at
the auction rooms of James F.. Morgan
In Honolulu, Territory ot Hawaii, on
Monday, February 18, 1907, at IS
The following Ib n description ot said
1 All the right, iflle and Interest of
the saldJ. H. Maklnn In and to that
certain Indenture of lease executed by
D. Walau and Mrs. Kahuopal Wnlau on
the 1st day or January, A. D. 1904, and
the premises thereby demised, partic
ularly described as follows:
All that certain' piece or parcol of
land situate nt Honuao aforesaid, be
ing a portion of Hoyal Patent C5J8, L.
C. A. 10323, to.Napae, the same border
ing upon the Government road and
containing an area of 87-100 acres
more or less, said Indenture of lease
being recorded In tho Hawaiian Regis
try of Conveyances in Lib. 2o7, Fols.
2 Ono twi) story house built on the
land at Houuapo mentioned In the
loregolng Indenture of lease, said
house being Intended for n lodging
bouse known ns Ocean View House,
Including nil the furniture and house
bold utensils therein contained.
3 Library with 300 English and
Japanese volumes In the above men
4 1 set of Werner'B Encyclopedia
Britannlca, also In said house.
C 1 Remington Typewriter and oak
disk In said house.
C 1 kitchen and a stnro room on the
back ot the abovo house.
7 1 building on the left side of tho
8 1 redwood tank, capacity of 13,000
gallons and 1 do. 1000 gallons all with
In the house lot herewith.
9 1 gray horse branded J.
10 1 four wheeled wagon.
11 1 buggy and harness.
15 shares of Capital stock In tho
Kona-Kau Telephone and Telegraph
Company, certificate No. 83, (par value,
123.00 a share).
8 shares ot Capital stock In the Kail
Wine Company. Ltd.. certificate No. 48,
Ipar value $25.00 a share.
Further particulars may he had of
licury K. uoojwr, Aiiuruey iur iiuii-u-
Inson Sugar Plantation Company, nt
bis office in the Jndd Building, Hono
lulu, Territory of Hawaii.
Dated Honolulu, T. II., January 22,
A, D. 1907.
HUTCHINSON 8UOAR PLANTA
l)y W. M. GIFFARI),
Attorney In Fact.
Jan, 2C; ,-Feb. 2, 9, Ifi.
SHERIFF'8 8ALE NOTICE.
Under and by virtue of a Writ ot
Execution Issued by Win. L. Whitney
District Magistrate of Honolulu, Coun
ty of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii, on
the 3rd day ot January, A. D. 1907, In
the matter of If. Huckfeld and Com
puny, Limited, Plnliitllf, vs. Lum Dock
Kee, Defendant, I did, in BUld Mono
lulu on tho 3rd day of January, 'A. D
1907, aforesaid, levy iiion and shn'l
offer for salo and sell at public auc
tion to the highest bidder, at the Pn
lice Htattou, Kalakaua Hale, In said
Honolulu, at 12 o'clock noon ot Mon
day, the 4th day of Fekruary, A. P.
1907, all tho right, title ami Interest of
the said Lum Dock Kee, Defendant
in and to the following personal proit-
erty, unless the sum of Two Hundred
Thirty-Two and 38-100 ($232.38) Do)
lars, that being the amount for which
eald Execution was Issued, together
with Interest, 'costs and my fees und
expenses are previously paid:
200 tins canned goods, 12 bags Ha
waiian salt, 4 Hawaiian hats, 2 hang
ing scales, 1 large scale, 2 counters,
also lot of Chinese hand brooms, burn
ing Incense, lire crackers, rockets,
butcher knives, meat hooks, tollot
Miaps, Chlner.o preBorves, dominoes,
canli, Chinese bowls, plates, lamp
chimneys, clothes pins, Chineso shoes,
dippers, matches, Chinese stationery
yard brooms, Chinese salt fishes, bam
boo stools, balls of twine, bottles soy
cigars, tobacco, pipes, bracelets, etc,
Dated at Honolulu, January 4th
J. S. KALAKIELA,
Deputy Sheriff of Honolulu, Coun
ty ot Oahu.
3581 Jan. 4, 19; Feb. 2.
Blank booki ot all aorti. ledgera
etc., manufactured by the Bulletin Pub.
Books, Bookish People and Things
Vt et no fcod by being untroerout even lo a book.
E. B. Browatof .
X THE YOUTH'S COMPANION X
K CALENDAR FOR 1907
The new Youth's Companion Cal
endar for 1907 Is both 'isiTuI ii'id orna-,
mental. The calendar proner Is In
bold, clear type, and li glvtfii plenty ot
space. On Its decorative Me it Is ex
ceptionally beautiful. i:.icli of I he lour
panels presents u majler'.y reproduc
tion of nu original pi'lnlln,'. On tho
first leaf will appear "A Venetian
Scene," by Thomas Mnrnn; on the sec
ond, "A Group of Children." by Mnud
Humphrey, on the third, "A Study In
Bird Life," by (llncomelll: on the
lourth, "The Blacksmith Shop," by V.
Luis Mora. Each Is worth separate
framing, and for this purpose the pan
els nro loosely tied together, so that
each may be exKned In turn, yet nil
preserved. The pnneW are 12 Inches
hltrh bv 7 3-4 Inches wide. The cal-
endnr li copj righted mid published by
Tho Youth's Companion exclusively for
those who send $.75 for The Companion
"OVER THE NUTS AND WINE"
By James Claienre Harvey, 132 pp.
with decorations. II. M. Caldwell &
Co., Boston, t. Boxed.
Unique In shape, binding nnd con
There Is n page for presentation with
five blank pages piesumnhly for notes
or original "toasti."
The dedication Is to
"All the men and women ol Ilia rititli
Who know the meaiiliiK of ixiiillti'tloii,
Who counl the flowing bowl n thing if
And meet Its brim without IntiAloa
tlou." The book begins Instead of eliding
with nu envoi:
"A pretty rhyine'nt proper time,
Ab everybody Knows
Oft lias more weight with shifting Fate
Than yurdi and yards of prose.
lleforo you Judge and cry, Q Fudge!
Recall, I pray, the things YOU say
Before nnd after dinner'
"Playing at Governing tho Philippine:"
by Hamilton Wright Is the tltl ot a
paper In "The World Today."
Mr. Wright begins with "Our pres
(-lit lack of policy Is the amazement ol
almost ever) Intelligent foreigner who
visits mnulla. it Is the despair of prac
tically cery business man in the Phil
Mrs. Campbell Dauncey, whoso book,
"An Englishwoman In the Philip
pines," has Just appeared, does not
think much better ot our work there,
and writes In a highly critical manner
of our social, political and business
These are" not alone In their pessi
mistic consideration of affairs la this
large gioup of Islands, and If we are
ready to Jump at a conclusion we muy
be tempted to decide that Dewey's vic
tory ut Manila was a bad thing for his
Thu truth Is, that there Is a reverse
hide not by any menus discouraging.
And thu apparently discouraging feat
urea ot our "misrule" have less weight
when we consider that they me tem
porary. Theie has to be a "recou
Btructlve" period. There hate been
times In Hawaii when it appeared as If
annexation had been the very worst
thing that could havS happened, and,
even today, men of good Intelligence
will tell you that annexation has killed
business. Naturally, trade which Is
sensitive to changes has been affected
by our Union with the States, and wav
ering us from our former attachment:)
lb of necessity' an operation more or
kss painful. Readjustment of lurge
matters In ulways difficult, but there Is
little uuestlon that In time we shall
have things us satisfactorily arranged
In the Philippines and Hawaii as they
l.avo been In Florida, Louisiana, Texas,
In these acquisitions wo had to deal
with unsympathetic people, but they
"came around" In due time.
The juper-hHiiger was not so muoi
of u necessity In the old 'lays us now,
writes Miss Kate Sanborn, In her new
book, "Old-Tlme Wall-Pa jiers." The
faiiillv often Joined In the task of
making the paste, cutting the paper
and placing It on the walls. This was
not beneath the dignity of George
Washington, who, with the assistance
ot I.afajejte, hung oil the walls at
Mount Vernon paper which he had
The story goes that the good Martini
lamented In the presence of Iafuyette
that she would bo unable to get thu
new paper hung In tho banquet-room
1 1 t10 ror (10 morrow's bull in honor
1 0f the, young inarqulB: there were no
men to be found for such work. Iji
fayettu at once pointed out to Mistrebs
Washington that she hud three utile
lodled men at her service, General
Washington, Lafayette himself, und his
aide-de-camp. Whereupon the com
pauy fell Immediately to work and the
taper was hung in time tor the hall.
Clifford & Lawton, publishers, New
"Krausz's Complete Automobile Rec
ord," published by Laird & Lee, of Chi
cago, Is designed to furnish the autolst
with a complete record of expendltuies
and otlTVr Information that will Inter
val every motorist.
The book is arranged In columns, mi
that the exact cost for any Hem can bo
Immediately ascertained for any parti
cular day or week. There are spaceB
for recording the cost of gasoline, env
blde, tires, repairs, replacements, chnuf
leur'g salary, garage expenses, etc.,
also for keeping a record of runs, place
of starting, definite number of miles
(raveled ami .average speed; also page,
for listing tho specifications mid equip
ment of the owner's car.
An appendix gives the automobile
laws of tlilrty-flve states, together with
the names of those States which have
no automobile laws. A speed table Is
also given, which will prove valuable
Illustrated with n half-tone frontis
piece. The book Is album shape, 144
pages, bound In full red leather, title In
gold, price $1. Cloth, special attractive
cover design In colors, price 50c
"The Oriental Elements Iti Whit
man," Is the title ot an article. In "The
Open Koail," to.' November, by Mis,
Elsn Barker. "It Is not to the Hindoos,
and It Is not to tho Hebrews," she snyu.
"thnt we must look for the specie! af
finities of Walt Whitman. We mutt
look to the Persians. Tuough certain
mental and emotional tendencies thnt
we find dominant In Whitman land
perhaps In no other Western writer)
are common to all the, oriental nations.
yet the most striking resemblance to
Whitman In the expression ot those
tendencies wo find in the Persian poets.
And when 1 say Persian poets I do not
megi! Omar Khayyam."
In this some Issue Hon. W. E. Mnsou
advocates the establishment of postal
Havings banks which we once had hero
In Hawaii, and Mrs. Garrisoti of Chi
cago, In a story called "The Cost,"
shows the dllllculty even In this day ol
living up to one's theological convic
tions. Two new liooks that will delight the
hooklover art line editions of "The
CompTeat Angler" and "The Vicar of
Wakefield," Issued by the Caradoo
Press of l.otidon, and handled In thU
country by the J. 11. Llpplucott Co.
They are reprinted from the original
editions; printed In large and beautl
mi type on Kelmscott paper: and dec
orated with wood-cut ornaments anil
etchings, and headings and notes In
red. They arc medium octavo Jn size,
and handsomely bound, and such re
prints of these old classics bb It Is u
delight to handle and ) 'own. There
seems little reason to doubt that tho
Looks emanating from the Caradoc
Press will ultimately attain a place In
the esteem of true book lovers fully
equal to that held by the Vale and
"The Open Road," which Is said to
be read by over 300,000 persons each
month, Is In the throes of change and
"We are building up a high cIiibs
magazine of literary merit second to
This Is to be accomplished by the
offices ot those who write, and write
well, the publishers say.
Such contributors an the editor htm-
belt and his clever wife, Clarence Dur-
iow, Ellu Wheeler Wilcox. E. 8. I.
Thompson, Narclsse de, Polen ami W.
D. Eaton will ensure success.
Jeremiah Pub. Co., Chicago. $1 n
year; 10c u copy.
Rev. J. M Whiton has u paper In
the "Chrlstlun Register" entitled "Re
ligious Teaching in the Public
Schools." It Is well worth reading?
Facte About the American Indian's
Tho American Indian accustomed
from Umu immemorial to go barehead
ed In ull kinds of weather Is never
troubled with tailing hair or baldness.
Thu closo atmosphere canned by our
"civilized" head-gear Is conducive to
i no ureeuing oi inuniteslmul germs
wnicti dig into thu sculp and thrive on
the sup of the hair-root
This true cau.su of baldness Is of re
cent discovery and explains tho nou
success of ail nair-vlgors which treat
ed Luldliess as a functional dismder,
Nowbro'B Herplcldu Is n direct ux,
terminator of thu germ. "It destroys
(he cause, und penults tbo hair to
grow as nature Intended.
Sold by leading druggists. Send 10c
In stampH for sample to Thu llerpl-
lino co uctron, Mien. llollUter Drug
Co., special agents.
Editor Evening Bulletin: The Intel
ligeuce of thu natlvo wild duck Is well
known. It has been u piuzlo to our
idmrods to find Its hiding places dur
Ing the open huusoii, hut us soon as the
beasou closes they Hock to Allen lake
end mlnglu with thu tumu ducks and
other water fowl of thu duck ranches
adjoining the lake, it is said uuscrii
pulous persons uro catching them with
Laited hook and line. This ought to
Lo looked after. Tlioru Is plenty if
ether wild fowl thuro thnt nru not ta
booed and that have u premium on
their extinction. NIMROD.
BULLETIN ADS, PAY
afitr taking AyrU
Sariaparilla you batln
to fael lit cleanilnff. M
strengthening, and purifying
Tou feel that your depression It
putlog awayt your brain clears up:
things look brighten aleep It refresh
ing; the nervtt act better) and new
Ufa and vigor begin to take poiietilon
ot your whole tyttem. Your illgee
tlon Improtet! you gat more benefit
from your food! your appetite returut.
Your f rlendt begin to notice a marked
change In your general appearance.
The old color comet back to the tint)
the eyet took brighten the ttap be
coniti mora eUttlc) and every dot of
promotet the lolurn of good health.
Tbote who tulTor fiotu tho debili
tating effects of n warm cltioato wilt
find In Ayot't .Haraparllla Jiut what
they need to bring bid: tbo old liiice,
vim, and oueig)
Thoro are many Imitation
Be sure you get "AYER'S."
irxm-s riLu, u kwi family latatir a.
MORTQAQEE'8 NOTICE OF IN
TENTION TO FORECL08E
MORTQAQE AND OF 8ALE.
Ill accordance with a power of sale
contained In that certain mortgage
made by JOHN, P. KAHAHAWAI
(Widower) otherwise known as J. P.
K. KA1.AOLALOA, to GEORGE S.
KENWAY, dated November 30th, A.
D. 1904, and recorded In the Registry
Office, Oahu, In Liber 280, on pages
308 et. seq Notice Is hereby given
that suid Mortgagee Intends to fore
close Hald mortgage for condition
broken, towlt: the non-payment of
principal and Interest when due, and
upon said foreclosure will sell at Puh
lie Auction nt the sale rooms ot
JrtMlCH F. MOROAN, Auctioneer, Ka
ahunianu Street, In Honolulu, on Tues
day, thu 26th dny of February, Anno
Domini, 19i)7, at 12 o'clock noon of
said day, the premises described in
said mortgage as below specified, to
gether with all buildings, Improve
ments, rghts, privileges, easements,
tents and appurtenances to tho same
belonging or appertaining or held and
GEOItOE 8. KENWAY,
PREMISES DESCRIBED IN MORT
All that certain piece or parcel nt
land situate on tho Ewa or North-west
side ot Nuuanu Road, at Nlolopu, Nuu
ami Valley, Honolulu, Oahu, being u
portion or Apann 1 or Land Commis
sion Award No. 8325, Royal Patent
No. 7624 to M. Kekaitouoht for L. Ha-
ulelea, and bounded and described ub
Commencing nt tho South corner or
this l.ot on thu North line ot Nuuanu
Roud udjolulng Lund Commission
Award 610 to T. C. II. Kooko In Nlo
lopu and running:
1. N. 36" 35' W. true 303.0 feet
along J .and Commission Awurd 610
along stntiu wall.
2. N. 32 5' W. trim 32 feet ulong
snmu ulong stone wall.
3. N. 52 55' E. true 315 feet along
Ioh 12 nnd 11 of the Coney Estato 1)1
4. 8. 29 00' E. true 264 feet along
road to Nuuanu Road, thence:
B. S. 37" 50' W. true. 293.4 feet
ulong Nuuanu Road to Initial imlnt.
Area 2. 36-1000 Acres said plecu
of laud comprising Apanu 2 ot the
Mnuelo pieces In miM Apanu 1 ot
Land Commission Award No. 8325,
Royal Patent No. 7624, containing an
urea of 1 1-4 acres und to which the
snld Mortgagor claims title by in
huiltuncu und also that plecu of laud
containing uii urea ot 786-1000 of uu
acre I hut wus conveyed to his sou J.
P, Kalaolaloa by A. A. Haaleleu, trus
tee under thu Will or J, II. Coney, ut.
ul. by deed or exchange dated Septem
ber U, 1899 und' recorded In office
or ine jit-gisirur in uuiiveuuccn in
said Honolulu in Llher 200, folio 397,
i.iul' to which he claims title by In
heritance from his said son J. P. Kala
olaloa and bin wire Hawau, thu mother
or suld J. P. Kalaolaloa.-,
Terms; Cash, Uufted States Gold
Coin; deeds nt oxionBo of puicliat,er.
For further particulars, apply to P
II. Hurnettu. attorney for luoitgagee
ut 79 Merchant street, Honolulu.
Dated, January 26th, 1907,
3599 Jail. 26, Feb. 2, 9, 16.
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llsitum CmsicuCq."'., ',' '' c " " " '""it".
rami".., KUU ltd aittlo.
Mil by UrunUle.
Circular ..nt uu r.au.it.
Fla i . e.ji.
WB olacmilTi.0 .IJBJ
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DALE OP LEASE OF GOVERNMENI
LOT NO. 20, E8PLANADE, HO
On Saturday, February tho 2.1rd,
1907, at 12 o'clock noon at tho front
entrance of the Cupllol (Executlvo
Building), will be sold at Public Auc
tion the leaso ff Lot No. 20, Esplanade, ,
Honolulu, Island nnd County of Onliu. V
Term, 5 years from the 28th dny nt
Upset rental, $480.00 per annum, pny.
able suml-nnniiiilly In advance.
C. 8. HOLLOWAY,
Superintendent or Public Works.
Office of Superintendent of Public
Works, Honolulu, January 22, 1907.
2597 Jnu. 23; Fob. 2, 9, 18, 23.
. ! .
la hereby given to all persons having
claim or claims against thu Depart
ment of the Attorney General for the
period of two years ending Juno 30th,
1905, cither for goods furnished, or for
services rendered, to present tho samo
at once on proper omclal billheads in
tho undersigned, nt the Office of (ho
Attorney General In the Capitol Build
ing, Honolulu, Island nnd County of
JNO. M. KEA,
Clerk of Attorney General.
Attorney General's Office, Jan, 31st,
Delicious Milk '
with Its thin, crltp crutt, Its light
texture and nutritious wholeaomeneea
can be made aa easily at any other
kind, if the proper Ingredients are
uttd. And of theie the most Import
ant la the milk.
gives you a full-flavored loaf, rich and
tweet, became It contains nearly
three times the percentage of butter
fat that la In ordinary milk.
You can uee it for all baking or cook
Ing purpotee where milk it used, but
with better rctultt.
Take 1 can Carnation Cream to 3 plnta
hot water. When lukewarm, add 1
tabletpoonful augar, 1 tablespoonful
salt, and 1 cake compreiaed yeast
dissolved In 1-2 cupful warm water.
Utt enough flour to make a stiff bat
ter and let riae for 1 hour. Add
enough flotr to knead well. Cover
and let rite till light. Then knead In
pane and let rite half aa much aa be
fore, and bake for 40 to 60 mlnutee.
HENRY M4Y & CO., LTD.,
Phone Main 22.
Tel, Main Its.
P. O. Box 192.
E. J. LORD,
Lord and Belser,
Dredging, 8iwert, Grading, Paving,
Teaming, Crushed Rock.
Black and White 8and and Soil
OFFICE AND YARD
....SOUTH & KmWAIAHAO 8T8.
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horetthoa
Ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having aecur
d the eervlces of a flrat
data ahoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
putted to them In a flrat
claaa manner. :: :: :: ::
al .F.ea ffal sftiv
lite nai in tV VaV
Mtvmri of cMHlttftit
117 MERCHANT STREET.
LOTS FOR SALE
IN KAPIOLANI park addition
and Other Desirable Localities.
HOMES FOR SALE
ON WILDER and QULICK AVkS.
No RaaeonabU Offer Refuted.
la quite the rage. It will bo properly
shaped If ordered from
JEWELER 1029 MAUNAKEA 8T.
Fine 'Job Printing at the Bulletin,
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