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fcVBNINO MtLI.ICTIN. HONOLULU, T. II . WrtliNI'.HHAY, tt:il..0. H01.
Leahi Chapter No. 2 Regular
Honolulu Chapter Regular
5 p. m.
All visiting member! of tbsj
order are cordially invited ta at
tend meeting's ot local lodges.
HARMONY UODQE, No. S, I. O. 0. P.
Meet, every Monday evening at 7:10
In I. O. O F. Hall. Fort street.
E. 11. HENDHY, Secretary.
C A. SlMl'SON, N. 0.
All visiting bro'.hen very cordially
MYSTIC LODGE, No. 2, K. of f.
Meeti every Tuesday evening at
:30 o'clock In K. of K Tlall. K!ur
street. Visltlnr brothers cordially In
vite to attend.
a. s. VEnni:ii, c. c.
F. WALUItON, K 11. 8.
OAHU LODQE, No. 1, K. af P.
Meats ever7 Friday ventng at
K. P. Hall, King street, at 7: SO. Mem
bera of Mystic Lodje, No. 2 Wm. Mc
Ktnley Lodge, No. 8, and visiting
.rotters cordially Invited.
R. dOSLINQ, C. C.
A. S. KENWiVY, K. it. S.
HONOLULU LODQE 111, . P. O. E.
Honolulu Lodge No. CIO, B. P. O. E.,
. v. ill meet In their hall on King nea-
Fort street every Friilny evening.
By order of tho E. It.
HAItllY II. SIMPSON,
H. E. MUlltlAY, E.B.
Wm. M'KINLEV LODGE No. , K.f P.
Meets every Saturday evening at
f:SO o'clock In K. of P. Hall. King
strut. Visiting brothers cordially In
tlW to attend
L. H. WOLF. C. C.
E. A, JACOBSON, K. It. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, P. 0. .
Heeta on the 2nd and 4th WEDNK8
DAY evenings ot each month at T:3(
k aelock In K. of P. Hall, King streL .
Visiting Eaglea ars invited tr at
BAM McKEAOOE, W.P.
H. T. MOORE. W. Saty.
HAWAIIAN TRIBE N. 1, I. O. K M.
Meets every second and fourth
FRIDAY of each month In I. 0. 0. F.
Visiting brothers cordially Invited t
E. V. TODD. Snrhem.
A. E. MURPHY. C. ol It
DAMIEN COUNCIL No. MS, Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
neaday of each month at San An onir
Hall. Visiting brothers cordially in
vlted to attend.
F. W. WEED, Prcs.
E. V. TODD. Secy.
Don't start the New
Year wrong, merchants,
.but havt your delivery wa
gon repainted and repair
d at once. We'll begin the
1 work right, end It right
and charge only what's
42? QUEEN ST. TEL- MAIN 47.
P. O BOX 183.
C. W. ZEIGLERV Manager
manufactured from pure dlatlllad wa
ter. Delivered to any part cf city by
OAHU ICE AND ELECTRIC CO.,
Kewalo. Telephone sYtut 3151
Phone MAIN 147
King and Bethel Sts.
Just a Wee Bit
in the mixing of paints
mnkes or man the entire ap
pearance of your house.
scientifically made in Fuller
& Co.'s large factory, with
its superb glossy finish, and
wonderful wearing .quality,
makes your house a beautiful
place to live in.
177 S. KINO ST.
of the Century Camera is
the revolving back.l To our
full stock of Premos, which
we have carried for many
years, we have added the
superb Century. This ca
mera is adapted both for
plates and films. An exam
ination will repay anyone
the least interested in ca
" Everything Photographic "
See Our Fine Quality
1120 Nuuanu Street, near Hotel,
W.W. Wright Co.
have opened a horieahoe
Ing department In connec
tion with their carriage
shop, etc. Having secur
ed the aervlcet of a first
class shoer they are pre
pared to do all work In
trusted to them In a first
class manner. :: :: :: :i
Nuuanu betw. Hotel' and' King Sts.
What's the tue of telling the
neighbors what you need I Try
a Bulletin Want Ad., which will
Panama linla cleaned at the (Hob.
Tail) ho, livery, mitos. Btkyds. Hlbls.
lltst cup of coftce In tbo city. New
Mr. nmt Mrs. FpHier departed on tho
Over 400 tnllltln bojs left for Wnhl-
una early (his morning.
Mjstlc llRf. No. 2, K. ol P. meet
tonlpt't In K of V It'll '-' "-'" '
A Sherlft Sale notice In re II. T. Mills
VS. Alltfil lllullg IB pilUllMlt-ll 111 tula
Washington lllrtlidny and Alameda
itamt-nt lto.Mil Hawaiian Hotel. Mimic
nt illnner hour.
A fresh ihliiment of llulcr' choc
olnlcs just opened .nt Alexander Young
Cafe. Try u box.
Mrs. John linn left for the Const Jen
leidny. Shu was accompanied by a
sou mid daughter,
llrend Ih the (tuff of life, they say.
I'rltuo llcer Is surely the river to hap
piness nnd henltli.
Court l.unalllo, Order of forester,
regular meeting this owning nt T;3U
o'clock In K. of I1, hull.
Klcliliin Islntid-bted liornf hnve
Jut nrrheil from Ilnunll nnd arc for
sale nt the Club Stables. j
Fr.mh Kin and liana Aknii were'
E.itnereil In by (lie polite jeaterilny fori
Implication In mi alTiny. j
Chinese Jewelry net with the purest
iade nt II F YYIrhuinn & Co.-., Fort
stiti't Leading Jewelers.
.1. F. Morgan, who tins been fallln.'j
In health lately, willed for the Coast
sestcrdny to ronsiilt n specialist,
llenny & Co. have u few second-hand
machines In good condition for sale.
12iifi Fort St. l'lione .Main tSS.
Low prices tit the New Kngland link-
lime mm tried Hwtet Violet llnttei?
It It ptne, rich and wholesome; once
tried on will use no other. C. (J. Yee
Hop ,fc Co. are rsents.
lUgulnr meeting of the Ancient Ord
er of Illliernlatis, Division No. 1, to
night. Visiting brothers In the city
.ordlnlly Invited to nltind.
Walklkl Inn Is now owned hy W, C.
tlcrgln. Accommodations, supplies
and nttemlauie absolutely first class
Finest bathing on the beach.
Clialniinn V F. Dillingham of the
Flonil I'arnde Committee bus culled :i
meeting of nil the Judges for tomonow
nt II o'clock lit the Young hotel.
In these d.is over) body should git
Miiisiitt-iiii urj oous in u siuisinc
tor) price. Even body can by trading
at Illom's. See our new stock of
Hegtilnr business meeting of Theo
doie Roosevelt Canii No. 1, U. S. V.
V., this evening In their (piartcrs. Wnv
erley hall, corner or Hethel and Hotel
The lluckcye Club, which was sched
uled to hold Its ifgular meeting lustily held by J. N. S. Williams.
Thursday nt A. V. Cooke's, Kaliuiikl,
postjKineil until .Krlday,
There will be n special mealing of
this evening In oider Yo Initiate u
Hiiinber of candidates Into the nns -
lerlei of Klkilom.
Tomorrow afternoon the Indies of
Ceilln.l Union church will give a soc -
lablent .Mis. I.. A. Thurston's home on
Honolulu Ui.igo II. I1, o. i:.. No. tilt!,
IlatU street. An euJovablu orocrum
has been nrrniU'td
The first of the Lenten Wednesday
(Veiling ktvIccs at St. Andrew's Ca
thedinl will be given tonight at 7:30.
l.iMuan V. II. Dodge will speak on the
subject "The Word Christian.
Jlr. Toon, u Korean,
.Mongolia yesterday for the Coiib
wncre he Intends entering Hnrvnid
University. It Is Mr. Peon's deslro
lo tnke a thorough theological course.
"Arabic" applied to Iron roofs, re
duces temperature as much as 35 de
grees. This has been ascertained hy
aclual test. Cullfornla Feed Co.,
Dr. McLennan has returned and ru
turned practice nt Dr. McOrew cot
tagc, corner Klchnrda and Deretanla
ttreets (Roynl Hawaiian Hotel block)
Phono Main 229.
Just look nt )our house nnd see how
niiich It needs rcjinlntliig. Then go to
Lewers & Cooke nnd get somo Pure
Prepared Pnlnt, the kind that wears,
mc nun. mm juenses, me Kind jou.tiie late 8. W Hawxhurst, who occu -
The Piomotlon Committee has been
iMhlnil to send llterntuie on Hawaii
... .i , ....,. .....
uiu iiKeiic.es iu kiuk boh, ins
famous travel firm. In Colombo, Cal-
-iillii. Hoinbuy, Cnlro, C.'ilnn and Ja -
Judge Whitney discharged Jbh. II.
Boyd j estcrday, who was charged with
malicious Injury by his neighbor, Mrs.
Lewis. .Mrs. I.ewl8 erected u high,
llgut fence against Uoyd's windows,
cloflng out air and lleht nnd ttovd
shoved It over.
The Hospital Flower Society will
hold Its annual meeting at the real-
dente of Rev. Canon Mackintosh, Nnu-
linu uvenue, tomorrow, Thursday, nt
2-30 p. m. Thcio will be an election,
ui omcers ami a request Is made for
mi iiiemuers to no present.
The Remedy for Smokers of Poor
Cigars It the
Why? Because It is the finest type
of a cigar. It it a make of exceptional
merit; of most phasing aroma and
devoid of ranknets.
Try the DOCTOR and you will get
a cigar of high quality for 6c.
COR. HOTEL AND FORT 6TREET3
hat always been one of our chief
aim,, lwering the price by lower-
There's mental satisfaction for you .
in high quality of our goods.
A. N. SANFORD,
BOSTON BUILDING, FORT STREET
Over May & Co.
Fine Hawaiian Curios
and my own manufacture of HAWAIIAN SOUVENIR JEWELRY
Including a line of SPOONS distinctly H. C. (High Class).
is stamped on each piece and is guarantee of the
Best Values Latest Ideas
Discriminating buyers ricognize the superiority of my
' I DO THE BEST JEWELRY WORK IN TOWN and am re
pared to do your WATCH REPAIRING and ENGRAVING.
H. Culman, mm Fort St.
Wm. Seurby, lirnil sugar lioller ot
I'uuiiene, has been appointed mill sup
erintendent, takini: the position latu-
Win. Uiugher, second sugar boiler.
Ium li,n 11n.n11.iiMl lo head siiKiir Ih.II-
TEXAS B0'-l WANTS
l HAWAIIAN STAMPS
A Micr "ecclveil at the local post-
Offlce, nddiewed to tho "llnwullau
President" wiih turned over to Coei-
inr Carter. The writer Is desirous of
obtaining some Hawaiian
Mumps. Tni' letter follows:
"Hon. President of the Hawaiian Is
lands. Dear Sir: I would thank ou
very much If ou will look on some
old letters and send me some old
left" by thelil'impsof the Hawaiian Islands. Please & 8. Mlknhala to take In the Pa-u Pa
the Coiib:. end several dllterent kinds. I collect. '"de. Mr. Piiaol may participate in tho
loldun Htntnns. but bnvn not hpcll nl.le
lo get any ot the Hawaiian Isles.
Thnnklug mii In ndvunce, I inn, re
kpectfully, "MASTKIt WILLAUD JONES.
"Austin, Texas, United States ot
ASSUMES NEW DUTIES
William Chishnlm, 'formerly chief
engineer ot the liner Mongolia nnd lat
er In chnrge of the resurrection nf the
Manchuria s engines, Yesterday as
stimuli the omc
Ice nnd duties of marine,
wiiwri- of the Purine Mnl'i
Company, states the S. F. Examiner
I of February 10. Chlsholm succeed
pled the position for many cnrs and
ille.l. n few weeks ago, still in harness.
' Pei-M.nallv Clilvlwilm nnnulnr nnd
i . ... . . ..
nirnressiounllv hi standing Is of the
lilcliot. He Is endowed to the degree
jof genius with the gift of handling
men. He has had a varied and vain-
"hie expeilencc, and takes to his now
oft! re with Its heavy tesiMinslblllttes
i the lepututlou for always "making
i good." Before entering the 'Pacific
Sin" service he wns gunranteo eugi
neer for the Union Iron Works.
Additional Cable News on Page 1.
JOHNSON WINS IN ONE ROUND
Sydney, Feb. 19. Johnson defeated
Felix In the first round.
WOMAN'S SUFFRAGE DEFEATED
Sacramento, Feb. 19. The legisla
ture has defeated the bill granting suf
frage to women,
T0KI0 PRESS RECONCILED
Toklo, Feb. 19. The tone of tho
press, in Its comments on the settle
ment with America, is pacific. The
newspaper appear to be reconciled to
PARIS PRIESTS PAY RENT
Paris, Feb. 19. The House of Dep
uties has authorized the govern&ieut
i lo lease the Roman Catholic Churches
to Paris priests.
VENEZUELA REBELS SHOT
Caracas, Feb. 19, The rebellion In
Venezuela hns been suppressed nnd
General Parades nnd eighteen of his
followers shot. '
NO KIND OF PLEASURE
as becoming friends with the master
minds of the past. The way to do
this is to have their works right in
your library, Few writers eaual and
none surpass Goethe and Schiller in
deepness of feeling and beauty of
thought. Are not those the kind of
companions you desire t Come and
examine our nan moiocco urge quar
.) Goethe . Ii i d
?, h " " '"fc"!'
Wm, C. Lyon Co,, Ltd,
HOTEL STREET opp. UNION.
Tim Uaabtw Frtlllon af tha Kv.nlno
Bulletin givei a complete summary ol
l,h or th dsv
Opan 7 a.m. to 10 p.m.
Wahlawn, Feb. 19. 1 A. de la Nux
'.' "1 ' eczema,
I Kuiierrtsor (JIuib. Kaliel paid Kleelc
u visit this week. Ills old haunts have
' undergone u number of chniiKes for Hit'
,,eUer ll0 rM,m'
1). 1). Maconn.hle, commercial agent
for T- " Uavlea, nlll pass through
'"ere today in route for Walniea.
-'no. U-niiox. niiiiiiiger .Mcllrjild
"tore, 'eaves today for Honolulu on
ijx-Uov. W. II. nice, Sr., uud Mr.
iiersocrg or Honolulu, came over rrom
Mime last Saturday to do negotiating
lu to the Wilson controversy,
messrs. Jno. Kamauuwal, Wm. Pit-
aoi nun J. K. Palauia leave today tier
THE H. S. OF A. R. WOULD
LIKE TO HOLD BAND
The Hawaiian band will leave Ho
nolulu on the evening ot the 22nd
Inst, for Wuhlana to be In readiness
for Inspection by Major Van Vllet at
10 o'clock the next morning.
John Kfllngor, president of the II.
S. of A. It., made a request of the Gov
ernor yesterday that the band be al
lowed to remain In town Friday even-
lug to assist at the patriotic celebru-
Hon of the Sons of Revolution.
Secietaiy Atkinson and Colonel
Jones held n consultation regarding the
, 1'roposiuou or Holding the uund in
tovwi for that evening but could not see
llielr way clear to do so.
The only solution arrived at was that
,.. ...i . . ....
.....jur van vuet was wining mat me
''and might remain lu Honolulu over
night, or as late us might be requited,
" tlle " S. of A. It. were willing to
engage special tinngportatlon for the
band so that It might be nt Wahlawa
at 10 o'clock on the morning of Feb-
McCAIlTHY-JUDU At Martinez, CM..
Feb. 7th, 1907, Elizabeth Anna Mc
Carthy of Wnuonvllle. Cat., to Allan
Wilkes Judd, of Honolulu, H. I.
Jssjsr'For Rent" cqt on sal at
tht Bulletin office.
Of the latest pattern and novelty
were received Dy us ex Alameda.
Remarkable and tasty coloring ef
fects characterize the line.
You'll fall to get the Eastern stylo
If you neglect choosing from this ex
.You are Invited to look at the goods.
We assure you satisfaction in pries
W. W. AhanaS Co.,
82 King 8L
PHONE BLUE 2741. P. O, Box 881
New Law Will Cause
End Of New Hotel
The fuel Hint the new law exclud
ing Jnp.inesn whose passports are,
only for Hawaii from the mainland
has Rone Into effect Is exceedingly ' ',9"" u,,1 ". 'V ,U,,,nlHl !n,ere,,t
.,,..,,. , , of thesald 8heu Clion. In nud to the
pensltiK to ho planters, who see In , itKtlbti er,ontt, roer.
this n protnlso of more staple labor , uneM , ium of 0n(J UmAnd
rondlt una In he future. As evor,Thri four nlll, 9!,.,00 (3,99)
since 190S i.l labor passports lme'l lImt ,)el Ule t f
i I Will tllUtIl llllt V UVVIi 1UI IlUWiUl
only, It la certain that tho greater
part ot Hawaii's laborers will bu
thus prevented from traveling fur-
. .u. ...... ......., ... ui. enecino
(ion has been put to the work of the
-"-" " ' '
constnntly liiducluK the laborers to
le.ic the plantations for the tnnlli-
'" " ho,e sole object In doing c, ,; , Cn,c, ,er
, was U, secure the rake-off o 2 or,IlMjlal 8,lt , T,
t3 which they obtained on each tick-. ,,. -...,. , .,....i.
they obtained on each tick-,,,.
To planters give It out that User, M t ,,,,, , , , t I1()X 0ui.
need be no tar on the pal of the,,,, TJH Can l'lsh. 13 Tins ciil-
laboiera Unit their wages will be ,e-,,, Vtwn 4 TjM j
Juced The scale of wages will ro.Ilrwc . T ,k 4C T '
"'"'"J ' " """ as ''''- "fterH. IS Tins Heef, 11 Tins Abilene,
on sugar tenia is, nnd the labor ton-' T Sar1 ,
I tlons men. t he ,e now .an. It U'Nlt ,, 3 ,,, Ja and C()ncm
not in Id a ed that there will bo ,, ,,acK r K ,Jarg
nuy Immediate changes in cither. ;S()11I) etc etc
The ones to sutler from the enact-' )a'tP(, ;, ,,,,, 0allu, K,bm.
menl of this new law uiu the keepers () n 19().
ui .i.u new iiu.u.s, iv. i.e.. 1.1110 sprung.
up, to the number of ubout twenty
Ave or thirty, for the purpose of
leaping In tlm easy graft obtained hy
pi (.curing steamer tickets for their'
guests. There aic four or six rc-tnEAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
putahle and long-established Japan-
efcu hotels In this city, which have Entered for Record Feb. 18, 1007,
been doing u straight hotel business (, , From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
right along. The rest me n mush- "kt;V' '",a"k" " 1,lKUchl- ''
room Kiowtli, which will undoubted- NN11 8,ll"mon '" 0lan SuRar C'
ly dlsai.pear now that the source of , !.',', ' ,'",.'," ' '. .' "''
Ihe graft which nourished them has I1'81 "f M,u1r1,a,.K,tnB, by lr ,0 ,'1"
vanished. Their disappearance will i Mv,r u". to ,'. ".
clear the town of n lot of undcslr- IU'"r,a,t" A""'e''lona to James
able chaiactera who were connected , J,H,ll"le' Kel
with them, as theso will either liael J,,I,.IM M",,,,,lc' '" ''rands Marks. I)
to twwk t.. Hi,. ntnniMti,,.,. t .v-i, I "'shop of Zeugma by regr...Nollco
or return to Japan.
INVITE TEACHERS AND
PUPILS TO CELEBRATE
The following letter Is self-explanatory:
Honolulu, Feb. IS, 1907.
W. II. Ilahbltt. Ksu.. SiinorlntemlRnt
ot Public Instruction, Territory
of Hawaii, Honolulu.
air: i no uniiersigucu i.egs to o -
tend mi Invitation on behalf of tho
Hawaiian Society ot tho Sons ot the
'American Revolution to the teachers
nnd pupils of the public schools ot
tho County na well as (o tho honor
able Hoard of Kducatlon to attend
the celebration of Washington's
birthday an the Young Hotel roof
garden on February 22, 1907, nt
7:30 p. m.
Hy such a notice given through
the teachers ot such schools as you
select an nttendance nt the nbove
celebration will ho obtained which U
most desired, for, as you know,
prizes nre to be uwnrded to contest
ants In oratory from the Honolulu
(Signed) JOHN EFFINGEIt.
President Hawaiian Society, Sons ot
the American Revolution.
REV. MR. WADMAN
ADDRESSES W. C. T. U.
The Women's Christian Temperance
Union held Its regular meeting in tho
Central Union church jesterdny after
noon at half past two.
Rev. J. W. Wailman, who represent
ed the Anti-Saloon League, uddressed
the ladles present on tho temperance
question outlook lu theso Ulauds.
It Is tho Intention ot the League, he
Bald, to work hand iu hand with tho
Civic Federation in an endeavor to
abolish the fifth-class and fourth-class
licenses, and will advocate that all
licenses shall be $1000.
The liquor dealers are not In favor
of that point exactly but are ready to
adopt the principle, ot one license to
every 1500 of population.
Mr. Martin, agent ot the Anti-Saloon
league, spoke of efforts that will be put
forth shortly to bring local option be
fore the peoplo and the legislators.
After borne further talk on the good
work done by the local police Blnee the
til vent of lauken, the Indies of the W.
C. T. U. went Into session. Very little
outside ot routine work was done. The
treasurer's report showed a balance on
hand ot $105.09.
MONEY FOR THE
Geo. n. McClellan, secretary to the
Delegate, writes to Secretary Atklu
(on In a very hopeful manner regarding
the appropriation of $21,000 for tho
Agricultural Experiment Station.
It was tho purpose ot the House
Committee on Agriculture to chop o(T
homo $9000 from the original amount,
to which pruning process, Secretaiy
McClellan strongly objected to In nil
address ho was permitted to make he
fore the House Committee,
Mr. McClellan Is very hopeful of
the $24,000 item passing the Senate, It
having passed in committee and lu tho
House with' no opposition,
NEW - TO'DAV
HIOH SHERIFF'S SALE NOTICE.
1 1 j- tlrlne or a certain Writ of Kx
rrutlon Issued hy Wtn I.. Whitney,
District MitKlMrnte tt Honolulu,
t'oiitily ot Unhti, on tli' lMli day of
I'ehrunry, 1DUT, In the matter of liar
ry T, Mills s, Hheii Chonit, I Old, In
snld llonoliiltt, on the said IStli dny
of lVlinmrj, A, U. 1907, levy liK)ii
nnd shall offer nnd exuse for snlo
mid sell nt public nuctlon, lo the
highest bidder, nt the Auction Itoonis
of J, K. Morgan, Ksq No. 847 Ka
nhtimanu Street, In said Honolulu, nt
10 o'clock In the forenoon of l'HI-
,,AY lle 22'"1 ' ' March, A. D.
whlch snld execution Issued, together
with Interest, costs nnd my fee and
expenses lire previously paid:
I'ltOI'KKTV TO 111: SOLI).
, Uefrf Kerntor. 2 Meat Safes, 1
VMtotm Srnle( 2 Hanging 8calM i
"jstep ladder. 1 Chicken Coo., 1 I'n-
per Holler, 1 Meat lllock, 2 Meat
1 Wicker Chair, 1 Hanging
Oil, 3 1-2 lings
Tills CnV 1 I, ltftvna
-.., , ,,.., T, r , .,
o,n ,...'., i m,. iii.w.i, i.,
High Sheriff, Territory of Hawaii.
Henry I'eters Notlco
Marin Ilnrete to Tr of Theof Ha-
ete et 111 KelDonr
Theof Ilarete et nl by tr to Maria
llateto et nl .r
Anne M Stokes to John C Gall. . .Itel
Alex Lindsay to A II Lindsay. . .Itel
Isabel Marques and wf to A II Lind
I J " Atherton Kst Mil hy regr. .Notlco
I Entered for Record Feb. 10, 1907,
l xrom u a. in. io iu;ou a. m
M S Nfcvlto to Ng Leong L
James I, Coko nnd wf to Hugh M
Mnhoe to Knyaw.il U
.Mary Hal nnd hsb et nl to County
of Maul V . . 1)
Serial Story No. 16
The Work That Requires
the dainty summer gar
ments of the gentler sex
are a specialty of ours dur
ing the warmer months.
We have ironers for this
work who do nothing else;
they are exnerts at it, and
it is only reasonable to say
that they can launder soch ,
garments much nicer than
they can be done at home.
Hartman Steam Laundry,
MERCHANT AND ALAKEA STS.
8mall and Medium Disss, Complete..
A. FERNANDEZ & SDR,
Noa. 4440 King St, Kfttaey Block, b.t.
Nuuanu and Smith 6u.; T.I. Main 180.
The Kind You Like.
No Other Competes.
PHONE MAIN 197.
J. M. Davis
8EWINQ MACHINE REPAIRER.
1268 FORT ST. near BERETANIA.
8swlng mschlnes for sals,
TEL. MAIN 117. .L. Bljjj
1 .. vl'
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