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P. II. UURN'KTTi:,
Kotnry Pulillc. t'lrjst Judicial Circuit
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AIOHA, LOS ANGELENS!
H'lwull ulwais sas Alohn to Its
riepdiilng guevlH us It bids them Aloha
The aiiecial significance to tho part
ing Aloha Is thai tho guests tuivo come
to know something of what the term
ronvcs, and the pleasant acquaint
ances formed by the hosts ot Hawaii
give the word Just a bit more warmth
It seems pertain that the ploncars
crossing the Pacific under the auspices
ol iho Los Angeles Chamber of Com
merce have found Hawaii all and mure
than the) expected. The people of
this city mid of llllo. for their pjH,
have found real pleasure In eu udlng
pitch courtesies as were possible Im
ports say that climate has a marked
offect UHin the character of a people, i
Our citizens have emleavoud to eon
duel themselves lu a manner lieflltiuy '
ihut the) consider the most ptrfectl
climate on the face of the lurth lln-l
liolulu aud llllo have put their Iksi
qfforts Into making the visitors com
fortable and happy. And while plo
tteen aie, of course, a little better
than anything that could enmu ufior,
it bus been the custom for years In
these Islands tn strive to uuiku eveiy
)U)W nrrlvul feel that he Is Ihe peruon
especially looked for nil llieso )u"rs.
. lu matters of business which under
lie tho first Los Angeles exclusion Io
Hawaii, we believe Ihe citizens of
r-'outliern California will find our peo
ple cordially Inclined.
Wo lepeat, how over, a leinlnder con
cerning conditions hero which was no
ted on tho arrival ot the party. Ha
waii lias been lu existence, doing huil
liesK for "a good many years. Many uf
Its lines of trade weic established be
fore Los Angeles was au oiganizcd
This does not slgulf that those Isl
ands nrn forever lied io tho apion
btrliiKs of any cotumunlt) or any an
cient cause. If It be occasionally re
tailed, however, It will explain to Los
Angeles why some or our business In
Uresis appear ultra-consei vatlve when
i now departure lb presented to them.
That Hawaii Is slow tu break away
from old friends does jiot mean that
Us people lovo the new ones any thu
. The llulletln will be pleased to sou
the Los Augelens make good In any
piogram they bet out upon in connec
tion wllh those Islands.
,Dut It secmu to us that thu special
' and Immediate opening for thu friend
from the South Is In the new business
which tho progress of the Pacific and
tho Joint energy of Los Augclas and
Honolulu, on to put It better, South
ern California and Huwull, cun cro
liio. Tho tourist excursion scheme has
been tulked with other iitic3 on the
California Coubt time ami ugaln. I.on
Angeles la the only city that has come
Io tht. mark anil proved that the trial
lrl, at least .can bo inado a success
Wo nil learn by experience, bo the tec
nnd trip should ho heller. -
rrom nil iiccoimtH, Los Angelos is
Iho only city nf Iho Pnrlllc Coast-that
I J really doing it tout 1st business,
l.oi AiiboIoiih theniBelvi'H linvo I'omu
In Hawaii and found Ibis a good outlet j
iiiv liiiiiMtiiiil'i ill mJ1tiiiti!'?-'-t)uiaitM
Mr hwrteia wish tn a '
. la l MM mail to 4
m li ihla line of rrHMabtr inNMr mM ,
ma Hie Havener happi A ftoWT
iwlrmip ta alwate nn for '
nr ' 'inilna tti Hawaii !
W hcilKT there ttr new tUaluata w i
nm mi".. tiHirtata m hum togrtsta Iiij
i In next ait motitha or tfee mr,
i III ih r rontMmt that tb trip W
1 1 Ik' l." Anaeh-s jnopto to this efty ls
1 rim i mi pinna and opaned the area fit
nrrai'ili' men and women to on$ortB
I iilil.vi thai will not be cart atMo or
We dmibt If American history ro
cord an Instance where clttten Ot
two rtimmnnltiae hart become better
acquainted, that something Ima not re
tilted for cloKcr bualnsaa relations Mi I
i. more nracllcaliptrlt of co-operation
t.oa Angeles and Honolulu rati work
l irethcr without fear of the thunder
iitnl alor of one being stolen 1 the
The first Southern Callfuniln pnriv
il.e Southern California IMItorlnl A
nictation, to visit Hawaii has Molded
en Increase of several bundled w
ni In n ear
There Is urn reason why the
rhnmber of Commerce forces should J
i'ii an well in belter I
I'll- v nip di l nd on It that linn JiI'k 1
copn nun ii .waits aiimiii are wiw-
im. fin Hum hi itn
limngm nil i niAtno
UVW MU DILL ULAflYlO
covering claims against the Territory
of Hnwnll Incurred jirlor to. and In
clusive of, Ihe COtli day of Juno. A. I).
I'ornilt me to ndd, for tho benellt of
our cominiltees, that Itemized sta'o
uients of these claims from all the a
llout (leiiartmeuiH represented (home
ol them tho original oiichers) will hu
held In tho Hxecilthc Ofllce. subject
to their Inspection
Tho total of these Hems nmoiinlH Io
hut $7,0.17.17. It Is grutlfylng to note
the constant reduction In the volume
of claims or unpaid hills nt each set-
flou of tho I.cglslatuie ttlnce that of
19H3. The following amounts haw
been appropriated for such purpoho at
the various hCBsloim held since the or-
raulzntlon of the Territory
b'esslon of l'.inl $ 70.llDii7
Seosion iif 19.t 2IIK.74H.S4
Session of 1904 ZOfiKM
Session of lOOii 18,3H 19
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Honolulu. H wu,
DON'T FAIL TO VISIT THE
DURING ITS PRESENT ACTIVITY.
The Round Trip costs only $52.00,
For tickets and information re
garding: the trip, apply to
HENRY WATERH0USE TRUST CO,
Cor. Fort and Merohant Streets.
ileal Estate Dep't,
Thurston Avenue $40,00
Wilder Avenue $40,00
Matlock Avenue $30.00
Gulick Avenu $35.00
Nuunnu Avenue .$50,00
Lunalilo Street $30,00
Kinau Street $30,00
Keietania Street $40.00
College Hills $30.00
Punchbowl Street $30.00
Lunalilo Street ; $35.00
Aloha Lane $18.00
Eeretania Street $16.00
School Street $15.00
Bargain at Kaimuki, One acre of
RToun(i fCJlcc 6nd gras,ed wjth six.
, , , , ,
oom house and stable. Good loca
tion. Tine view. S2100.00.
Henry Watorhouse Trust Co.. Ltd,,
Oflrner Fort aivl Merchant SU.
ft-'ri ta fwwtin . , n a.
the California insurance co.
of San 1'iancisco.
INDEMNITY FIRE INSUR.
of New York.
THE MUTUAL LirE INSURANCE CO
of New York.
liTRENT & CO
DIG FORT STREET.
GKABBBKS HUNT COVER
(Continued from Pane 1)
Insinuate that there is graft in the
Honolulu lax olllce.
Shi hlon wnuted Ihe hill rend through
iigalti. us ho dlil not think nil tin)
members ''limterstood all Its provis
Knlutin supported tho measure,
ulilcli bo thought would add to the
ieenuu of Ihe Government. Last
ear. lio said, theio were about 20,000
people In Honolulu who wero not
reached hv Ihe Tax Collectors. If the
.omnilsslon were added, there would
be an IncenlUo for Iho Tnx Collectors
to work harder. He moved that tho
nm: slaps oaiii-
Itlee said he was glad the hill had
i-oine up. for in t'hulriiinu of Ihe I'l
iianee t'oiiiiulttre, be had illwtivored
Minn thing h did not know licfore. At
Ihe treasurer's office he had learned
Monday, March 25.
AT 8 O'CLOCK.
Wc will then place on sale at great
ly reduced prices a great lot of Neg
ligee Shirts In all sizes and many
ctyles, Includjng cuffs attached, cob
lars attached, pleated bosom, plain
$1,75 Sfcirts at 90c
90c Shirts at - 50c
$1.25 Shirts at 90c
SEE OUR WINDOW DISPLAY.
WHOSE SALES ARE SALES.
The Meal Department
OPENS AT 0:30 a. m.
CLOSES AT 8 n. in,
Accommodations for large parties
at a later hour may lie arraiiRed.
l '. IZK1.3'-CTMK'!i ll
thai m MwM, Usual ana HawaH, ih
rismiti Ma) Us rtiratta (or the nti-
hwHtin art nmd lataa, hart I Ma hi mrt
the rasa m (mm I Makeri Mr famti-
ll. ' im KM, heiher he iknttMnl
thkt wn ftlff. lie rei.UH ibat kw tiki
not, bill an O.ilin all the l rollerlitrs
wire oahl H Mktr) while tm Ike Hher
Itahnwia tkj- eu imld a eotumlKaittn
ttlee Mnlel ikal be nnleil to ex
IiIhIii hlinwlf mi this ntatler, en that In) dial he una the Aral one In ohhit U. ,
I in n i Ike mimlleii would know HiWPhIhi) KrabbttiK Mien ibe hill n flii
the) lme iiolhlni; to do llh Ihe rid-
let lion of load luxes "II Is not Jnat,
he Mild, "that three should Jxiy and
one not pay."
Kiileloini Inlki-d bkiiIii He Mild lie
Mtnled to relulo Hip -inlciiienl of Kn
lunn Hint last )ear I'H.OOO people on
O.ihu did not pay ilic. personal tuxts
"OhIiii Is p.ilug l, l7 "02.13 In Inxes,
ho sold. "I would like to ask the
gentleman from .Maul how he inn llnil
out how innti) persons In Houoliilii
have not paid Ihvlr II tax. I do not
enii! to conic Into conlilcl with the gen
tleman from Maul, hm I want to re
fute nhv statement II it the Itejiresun
lathes or Iho lax puxT of O.ilui nre
not paying their taxm Maul Is pav
ing only one-fourth as much In poll
luxes us Oahu Is."
Pull put n sudden hoji to the slorni
of oratory by inovlio; (he previous
question. Tlieie wei two questions
liefoie tho Hoiikc- one for Indefinite
postponement and n,e other that tin.
bill pass Its third leading
lluwlliis w-nuted t amend the first
motion by making i lie postponement
In next Wednesday. Tho Benker ruled
Die motion to poxlione Indefinite!)
look juecedeuee uiei ull others.
Qiilun made n dct rmlued effort to
deliver himself of Iim maiden speech,
but was Incoiilliicnih sat iijhiu by tho
Speaker, who told Iim debate wns
The motion to poMjione Inilcflnllcl)
was lost, and the oil! passed Its llilid
ending by a vole of 10 to 12.
Hughes threw a Uimhshcll Into Ihe
ranlai of the salar -grabbers by mov
ing Ihe Indefinite postponement of
House Hill 121!, Ihe ounty Hilary act
'vhlch came up on tiilrd leading. Ma
hue moved tlut il.e bill jiasa third
Sheldon asked h.ivu (o offer an
amendment, lu regard to Supenisois,
he said that since yesterday It had
seemed to him that the original figure
of S000 wns the most jiopuliii. and ho
mined to amend h .hanging tho llguic
$900 to that of JG0O
Debate on Ihe nm mliiiciit was teni-1 '"' referred to the Printing Com-iHJi-nrlly
slopped h the entraine otimlltee.
Secielnry Jack Atl-mwiu with a mea
sage rrom the Governor.
K.ileloptt inc,veit that Hheldon's
niueudment be lusliioucd until May 1.
UAH) ON' THE TIHIASL'IIY.
Hughes, spjklngon his motion for
Indnflultu ))OBtRinci.ieut, bald lie felt
he would be derelki to tho lnlrresls of
his constituents If l fulled to icglsler
il prolest to tlie.juisugu of this hill
The Rilarj items In It, he said, wero
cnllielv uncalled for.
"'mint government." ho said, "wiia
unly carried iignml Btreiiuous pnilcat
and. on promise to the pwplo that II
would bo carried on CLonomUall).
Cotiul) govenuuent has been lu opeui
tlon only Iwo years, ami now we an
making u inld on tho treasury to lalso
"Ul us nnalyzu this hill. To pa)
the Supcrvlsora.JlJuA a year Is payliuj
them at tho rate iif'nbout fh mi Hour
lor the time they work. When county
government wns first luuuguiuted. It
was the Intention that Supervisor
should, be tiald only enough for ex
pense.! uml not a rvniuiieiatloii Tor
lliclr services That la why thev v.ei
then $."0 a month.
"Take the coittuy clerk of Oahu, a
worthy young man mid n friend of
mine. Hut what other Job is there in
this country that would jiay him J200 u
"What does the Auditor do to earn
1200 a month? Take the Tieasuicr.
What dues he do to earn his J200 a
Month, lie carries on n business of
Ills own entliely separate from his of
Take the County Attorney. He Is u
ncicsslly ami necessity knows no luvv
IILOW TO COl'NTY OOVHItNMKNT.
"Tho passage of this bill Is a LA
tinul or Iho people and will ho thu
hardest blow that county government
KALLIOPU WOULI),PA8S MICK.
Knlelopu made uuother llloglc.il
hpecch in favor of tho bill. "After It
fcets out of our hrtiulE." ho wild, "thu
Senate can liibeit items or knock
tlicni out. Why should the House
make such n fuss over It? At the tlnni
tho bill wns being consldeicd in com
mittee or tho whole thero was no howl
inado except over the Item of Supcf
"At Iho lime county government
was In fiugumtcd there wus no pro
vision made that Supervisors khould
receive no compensation. As lo this
tulle uhotit IkiukPiR' pay, you will linn
that when the Seuato hill providing for
Iho pay of Terrltoilal olllclals comes
to the House that Ihn Treasurer In
given $300 a month, and ull tho ofll-
ciiiiR' jiay has been rulBed. Tho bchool
leacheiH want tuelr puy mined. I shall
be read) to vole for a raise for Imlli
Count) ami Tenliorlal ollkluls, tu
think they perforin the samo nmoiiiit
of woik Wo seeiti dlbposed to swul
lovv Ihe ralso ror the Territorial olll
cers and object lo uilsltig tliu touuty
"If we aro going to cut down the payi
or the county ofllclala, tlit'ii I am go
lug to vote to cut down tho pay or tho
Tenliorlal Treasurer to $200, of the
P. E R. Strauch
FOR RENT. j
Furnished 5r. cottage, Manoa Valley, I
Ideal Summer Home. Largo Pool l
for awlmmlng. Mountain air. Sta
ble. Near car line. $15.00 per m. I
FOR SALE. I
7-room house near Kalulanl 6chool.
Newly papered and painted. Tol-1
let and bath. Insuranco $800. Very
aheap; $1,300. Easy Payment.
WAITY HLDQ. 74 8. KING ST.'
Awllinr in IM. r iHe ntber hra14 ol
MmiMoh imftaH I hat tfsTi.i . (
life Mil K )ioftaiilliJ tm a Week I '
ilim't like l ae n illvlaifiti among
m Ihl Mil, k aaM "I tldnk w
ohiHihl Imivk iimf time in nmslder I'
miekkiti nkaimiil Ma motion in tna,.u
the )iianmeiHfit Mtilll Thunln
KAI.ItO IMINTH COVHIl I
Kaleii uroee to retnlhd the Hot' a'
luthxvced. He thought the liiiinln
bad neiml Hindi too lm(ll In t'onuull
tee of Ihe Whole In Kissing the mens
n I e
TOC MI'CII HOT A III.
Coney wanted his any on ihe suhjei t I
e anld It seemed thai some of the '
member ttcie of the opinion that '
Knlml lienlitf. tin tint filil nllimnh In
look after lliitiisehe. "Wo ineicly'
wuntcd Io mire the pa.v of some of our
own oflldulH," he wild. "The gentle
man Ironi Honolulu rays n certain sal
arv for the Auditor of Oahu Is loo
lunch. Mavbe It Is, but what has mat
... .i.. ..i.t. .. it...-. .... .i i
uf .ni mm us; v inn mi iiiej iinitv
llli.llll fill! fllYtlla - I il.i,'l ft.... ..til
the) don't get together and find out
whnt the) want Instead of spilling si)
much hut air.
Haw-lint snld- "It rectus tu tnc that
after nearly two curs of cxpcrimeiii
Inir with county government we ought
tn be In n iHislilou to pay some detent
snlniles llul I am not In favor of
Indlrrrimlnnlely raising even salan.
II sceinu lo me wc were swept off our
Itnwllns reminded the Il9use that
Oahu has voluntarily taken a iargo
sum out of her own treasurv nnd pa
tented It to the other Islands by giv
ing them the Ineomca which hereto-1
toie have been collected In this toitu
I). "And It seems lo me," he said,
"that when we hate thus taken IGV.OO'jl
mil of our treasury it is not up to us
lo go lo work nnd Indiscriminately !
raise Futnrlcs. I inn lu favor of poi-.t i
jkjuIiik this matter until next Thurs-'
da. I do not bellve in letting n blit
get otil of this House to lei the ScuuU
get their hooks In It or the Covernoi,
either. I don't think wo ought to pais
u jHKir illl with tho bleu Intel the fc'cn
ntc will amend It."
Hughes withdicw his motion for In
definite Hmtpoucnicnt, lu favor ut
Sheldon's million lo postpone until
next Thurbduy. The latter motion pio
Knlium Intitiduceil n resolution pto
vbllng for public loans by tho county
of Maul. Passed first leading by title
Sheldon lulrodiicrd n icsolutlon ic-
qtilriug testimony of nil witnesses ex
amined hcfoic any Inquest, to he iv-
diiccd In writing uml requiring the em
oner lo rorwnid lo the Attorue) (leu-
eral or the Tenllory a tine uml correi t
copy or the Inquisition of any coroner's
Jury. Also requiring the coroner lo
forward to the Attorney Crnerul oi
Iho Territory, u true and coriect nip)
of ull letoguizanies nnd examinations
by him taken. Passed first reading
and una icferrid to Ihe Printing Com
mittee. COl'NTY- LOANS.
Itlce introduced u resolution lo en
able the (utilities lo provide for lounty
loans, ami to authorize, the juii chase or
county bonds by the Territory. Passed
Coney tor the Health and Pollio
Committee reported on House Petition
31, Introduced by .Ma hoe, requesting
thai the location or the court house lu
the district or Konhitiloa he changed
ironi iiniiuin to uuewnl nnd rcconi
meiidcil that thu request bo denied on
the ground that ifuolher pelllloii lo
the House No. 38. objected to IhlJ
IIuvvH.uk lu ohjectlng to thuBtninsrer
of the location of llaaulu jourt house,
mid II would be better to change tho
district magistrate of the district.
House Hill 131, Introduced by Itnw
llns, amending beetlon 1113 uml 1110 ot
tho Itevhed laws, creating a ipedlcal
boanl or three physicians. Instead or
one, who s!uU have the sole dliectlon
ot the treatment ot each Inmate or the
Illume ntyliim, nnd havo tho power lo
appoint n ph)slchin nnd surgeon to nt
Iciul and treat the patients, wus le
porlcd on with leconiiuendatlon to pas
Ibe bill. Adopted.
IIouso petition 3.1. presented by L--lelvvi,
objecting to the transfer or the.
court hoiibe ami Jail from Hnuithi wns
reported on with lecommendatlon
tigalnst the transfer. With uferencc
to the appropriation of $700 asked for,
Iho committee lecommeuded that tho
same be inscited in tho appropriation
J E W E LE R S
Invite Inspection and com"
parison of prices of their
rinc block ot
Tllp nil.llltv lc tVlff lllryllr.c-1 B
and the prices the lowest.
MRS. A. M. HAQCRMANN
Lydia E. Pinkham's Vegetabie Compound
made front simple nntlrn roots ntnl berlm. I'or more thnn thirty yenra
It lini lieen hulpltig women to be stroiifT, rcguliiting tho function ler
fectly and overcomlni; pain II bns also proved Itself invaluable in pre
paring1 for child birth and the Change of Life.
Mrs. A, M. Hiigermann, of liny MioiV, U I i writes : Dcnr Mrs.
Plnkbnm: "1 sttlTereil from a displacement, exccwlvo unit painful
fiiucllons so Hint I bad to lie down or sit still inott of the time
Lydla U. Plnltbam's VegetnbluCouiHiuud lint made me n well woman so
iiinv i nm iiiiiu io nucim io niv (iiiiii'n. vit,u i-rvr.v niiiii-ring iniiiiii
would try Lydla II. I'lukham's Vegetable Coiupouud tiud iveo what relief k
ii nm give incni.
Mrs. Pinkham's Standing Invitation to Women
Women RiifTerlnirtrom nnv form
Mrs. Plnkhnm, at Lynn, Mats for
nas Dcen nurising' sieii women tree ot emirgu lor more limn twenty
VfflM. nnit Imfm-M llinl. kli. ni.ll...l lir.1 milt lii.i-.tll.l:llt f.Villtl. 1 Pttiti-
lmm In ndv-Miur. Tlnrcforo sho If
sick women uncle to liciillli.
THE ONLY TH0PICAL HOTEL IN HONOLULU.
Heals served out of doors on large semi-circle verandas. The only
first-class hotel in Honolulu that serves on the American plan.
AMERICAN PLAN DINNER, $1.00.
Meals served American or European plan.
H. BEWS. Her.
A dance on arrival of Alameda
CREAM PURE RYE
AMERICA'S FINEST PRODUCTION
LOVEJOY & CO,, Agents
902-804 NUlANU 8TI1EET. PHQNE MAIN C08.
IMP0RTEH3 AND DEALERS IN FINE WINES C LIQUORS.
SEWING MACHINE REPAIKER
JOHN M. DAVIR;
1256 FORT STREET NEAR ORPHEUM. PHONE MAIN 117.
A party of young ladles will
be given a COOO-mlle vaca
i tion tour of the Pacific j
States this summer aG the
guests of the '
Read first announcement
In Saluroay's paper.
House Resolution 130, Introduced by
Alum, asking that $.1000 be uppiopii
uted for the purjioso ot draining, lining
nnd otberwite making sanltnrv the
Walakimn swunoi In the district ot
South llllo, was reported on, Tho
committee iccomntcmlcd that said
miiuuiit be Inserted lu the appropria
Knlelopu for the l-nnds Comiullteo
reported on House III 1 1 117, providing
lor the disposition of moneys leielved
by tho government on uciouiit of sales
or Improvements plated upon public
lands by sclllerj or homesleudeis, in
troduced by Knlilopu uml lecouuueml
ed the passage uf the bill.
House Hill 110, giving the Tux As
sessor nnd Collector additional torn
mission of H per cent, usfdo from what
talury he Is getting. Introduced by Ka
hlua, canto up ror thlid reading, Tho
motion to Jinui the bill thlid reading
House Hill lu:', Introduced hy Cotreu,
lelntlvu to the iiironer's Inquests,
parted third reading hy uiiaulmous
Senate Hill CO, refunding bonded In
debtedness or tho Tetrltory, Introduced
by Miikakmi, p.isLed third leading h.v
The Oovernor's message was lead
nnd referred to Iho Finance Commit
lee. HOI'SB CONCURS.
Haw litis for the Sjieclnl Joint Con
leieuce reported 011 Senate Hill 32', In
creasing tlie pur.'thtncnt for the crime
of having bexttul Inten nurse with a
female under the nsc of H years. Tlie
conlinlttee reconiuiended tlie Hciuiie 11
ccile from its iicilou lu iimcmllng ibe
bill and puss tho hill liuully us jiassed
by Iho Sonato. Adonted,
HLCONI) UHADlNf! HOU8I5 HILLS
The following House bills jiuSoed su
House 1)111 122, iiiovldlng' selitinl In-1
speciots for ciuli county of the ln-i
House Hill 118. tuhulllg to clim ,-..-
lor filing iiuutul exhibit of domestic
and foielgn corporations.
House Hill 119, providing it medical
Inspector for nubile schools,
Semite Hill :,U, leruudln:; bonded iu
ilehtfdnes.t or ihe Tciiltory pasml
thlid I'e.lilllle ill Senale
The Hon adjourned until 2 p in
from Ihe same pli)TlcnttlIliirbnneria,
niul the luilnre of I heir duties. In
liiiiny enM'R, ipilchly drift them inlii
the hornirs of nil kinds of feittnle
eoeiplnlnts, orgnnle trouble iileeni
Hon, falling mid dSilneelneiita, or
lM-rhnp Irreifulnrlty or auppresalmi
cr.iilnif backnebe, iienousneM, lr
rllohllltV, Ullil rVlccplfrXlieMl,
Woioeii every vvheix' sboulil re
member thai the lui'illclne Hint holds
tho record for the Inrjrest nuinberof
actual cures uf fciiiulo Ills Is
of fetnala lllnii nro Invited to write
advice, Sbo d thu Mrs. Pliihhani w ho
etpeclully well qualified to (ftudo
occurring every three week3.
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The Dett Chronoaraph for the mon
ey In the world for sale by
M. R. Counter,
1142 FORT ST.
WIE VERY LATEST
Received by the last Steamer.
DON! PAIL TO SEE OUR WIN.
WALL, NICHOLS CO., Ltd
71, 73, 75 KING ST.
LEADING HAT CLEAHEBS""
GOOD WORKMANSHIP GUARAN
TEED OR MONEY REFUNDED.
Felt, straw and Panama hats clean
ed satisfactorily. Hats called for and
c'ellvercd. Gonulna Porto lllcan hats
for sale cheap. Just arrived ex Ala
meda. 115t Fort 8t. opp. Convent.
Phone Main dfl3. tllx Tmro, prop.;
Alf. Qumhs, Mrjr.