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nVKNINd BULLETIN. HONOLULU, T. It., BATtmiUV. TAN. 18, 1008.
Hawaii Taxation Laws
ASSOCIATION ELECTS NEW OFFICERS
At tlio Hireling of (ho Hoard ot !!
lectors of llio Merchants' Association
which win lieM In l(a room In tho
McCandlcss HulldliiK jcstcrdny after
noon, George V. Smith as by accla
iimtlun elected president The other
members elected on tho lloaid of Di
lectors wero V. L. Waldron, n. II.
Tails, r. V. Macfarlano, Ilobt. Catton,
James Wakefield, T. J. King, 0. Tied
Hush and T. It. Petrlo, tho last four
members tnklng the place of W. T.
Lucas, i:. A. Mclncrny, M. Phillips and
W. W. Harris, who formerly wero -on
Tho question of tho Hoard of Equal
lzatlou was brought up and many ex'
pressed their ideas as to what they
thought would bo for the best interest
of tho business community. It was do
elded Hint tho association write to tho
Tax Commission, Informing It of Its
disapproval of tax assessors being
members of tho Hoard of Equalization,
lccommeiidlng that disinterested par
ties bo appointed In their stead.
E. A. Mclnerny of tho Auditing
committee reported that the books ot
tho association had been audited and
E. MChcatham moved that copies
or tho report of tho Tax Commission
bo printed and furnished every mem
bcr of tho association for careful con
sldorutlon, tho ramo to bo taken up
again at a special meeting to bo called
a month later. Tills failed to find u
second and on motion of Mr. Urasch,
tho luport was adopted by tho Associa
tion. llcforo tho adjournment ot tho meet
ing James Wakefield commented crit
ically on tho way tho Amcrican-Ila-vallnn
Steamship Co. handled tho
freight brought down by tlio Texan.
When tho Hoard of Directors hold
its meeting Bhortly afterwards, Alex
ander & Baldwin wero elected to mem
r. W. Macfarlano nominated George
W. Smith for president and ho was
elected, r, L. Wnldron's name was
nlso brought forward but ho withdrew
in Smltli'H favor.
1'. W. Macfarlano reported Hint ho
li'id had a conferenco with Tiensuior
Campbell pertaining to tlio form of
tax returns which tho coiporatioim aio'
required to mako.
Tho Commltlcu on Trado and 11
lianco reported as follows:
Honolulu, T. 11. , January Mil, 190S.
George W. Smith, Esq , President
Merchants' Association, Honolulu
near sir: Your committee on
Trado nnd Flnanco, to whom was re
ferred n communication from Mr. A. 1.
J Held, Secretary of tlio Tax Commts
slon of Hawaii, in which ho solicits
the asslstanro of tho association in
tliclr work, beg 1cno to leport as fol
Wo find Hint on January 23th, 1905,
mi nblo iciort was submitted to our
association dealing with pioposcd
amendments to tho law providing for
u t.i on real and pciHonal pioporty,
This lopoit was submitted by two
of our most nblo and bcHt qualified
members, Mr. James Wukeflcld nnd
Mr. II. I. Wlchmau, and appeals to
cover tho lequtiemunts fully.
Wo would therefore recommend,
ti.bjt.ct to tho nppnr..il of tho.usso
elation, thnt tho secretary ho Instruct
id to forward a copy of that leport, to
tho Secietary of tlio Tax Commission
Wo wou'd nlso add, If it meets the
approval of tho association, that in
tho opinion of this committee, tho
method now In force of having the
assessing and collecting of taxes In
tho hnnds of one man, Is wrong, and
would suggest tlio following: That a
coinmltteo consisting of threo nblo In
dependent men, (not Tax Assessors
fiom tho oilier Islands) bo appointed
In each county, to art us a board of
equalization .mil appraisement, whoso
duty It shall bo to mako fair and
iqultnblo assessments in their rorpec
tho Jurisdictions, nnd whoso appraise
meiits shall remain in foico for nt
least thrco full j ears, and the work of
tho tax onico as now constituted, bu
chnnged to Hint of tho collection of
Tlio report reads as follows:
Honolulu, January 25th, 1905.
Mr. Georga W. Smith, Piesldcnt Mcr
(Dear Sir" Tho committee appoint
ed to deal with tho suggested amend
monts to tho present lnw providing
lor a tax on real nnd personal prop
oi ty, beg to report ns follows;
1. P.e.il Property. Except as hero
in piovlded all real pi opeity within tho
Territory of Hawaii, shall bo subject
to u tax of 1 per cent, on tho cash
valuo of same.
2. Definition of Cash Vnlno. Cash
Milito for io.il cstato shall bo deter
mined by actual sales of property of
llko value, mado dm lug tho previous
twolvo mouths, within tho vicinity of
property assessed, or by sales of pi op
crty of a similar character
3. Definition of Ileal Pioperty
Tho term teal pioperty for tlio pin
poses of this t, shall mean mid In
clude all lauds, and town lotB mid
houso lots, with buildings, structures,
fences, whams, InipiovtuieuU nnd
other things elected on or nhTxcd to
tho same. v
-t. Personal Pioperty. Tho vnluo
of stocks ot merchandise, furniture,
fixtures, nnd implements of Undo and
profession, for taxation, shall bo tho
Inventory value, less n discount of 20
B. Tho Inventory ot stock must be
shown In detail in English figures and
language, nnd must accord In total
value, and total amount, with tho
total valuo and total amount of stock
of merchandise, fixtures, furniture
nnd implements of trado or profession,
fchown as assets In tho merchandise
ledger nnd trading books ot tho busi
ness. C. Tho tax assessor or ills deputy
shall at all reasonable times hava ac
cess to the banks of any partnership,
firm, corporation or Individual trading
In tho Territory of Hawaii; failure on
tho part of any partnership, firm, cor
poration, or individual to grant to tho
assessor or his deputy full access to
said hooks, shall render such partner
ship, firm, corporation, or Individual
llablo to a penalty of not less than
?100, and not exceeding $000.
7. Inventory of stock for tho pur
pose of taxation shall bo made each
joar. All partnerships, firms, corpora
tions or individuals trading In the Tcr
rltor of Hawaii, shall file with tho as
sessor of tho Territory, written uotlco
of tho date they proposo taking stock
and tax returns for snmo shall bo
mado within a period df thirty dajs
after taking stock. Enlluro on tho
part of any partnership, firm, corpor
ation or Individual to tako a detailed
Inventory of stock each enr, shall
lender such partnership, firm, corpora
tion or individual, llablo to a penalty
ot not less than $100, and not exceed
S. Any partnership, firm, corpora'
Hon or Individual trading in tho Ter
ritory of Hawaii who shall bo found to
linvo under-valued their stocks of mer
chandise, fixtures, furnlturo and im
plements ot trade or profession, for
tho purposes of taxation, or shall bo
found to havo mado a falBO or untrue
Inveiitoiy of stock, for tho purpose of
evading taxation, shall forfeit nil
rights to tho discount allowed on
stocks of merchandise, fixtures, furnl
turo, mid Implements of trndo or pro
fcsslon ns provided in nrtlclo No 4,
nnd after tho valuo of said stock has
been adjusted, 50 per cent, of tho total
valuo shall bo added thereto and thu
tax of 1 per coat, pavablo on tho
9. Definition of personal Property.
Tho term "personal property" for
tho inn poses of this act, shall mean
anil Include, nlfhouschold furniture, ef
fects, Jewelry, watches, goods, chat
tels, w.ucs and merchandise, niachlu
crj, shlp3 or vessels, whether nt home
or abroad, nil monejn In hand, lease
hold nnd chattel Intel cut In land nnd
lenl piopcity, franchises, patents, con
tiacts, glowing ciops, public stocks
mid bonds not exempted by law fiom
taxation, and all animals not herein
10. PaitnershlpH, firms, corpora
tions ot Individuals selling mcrchaii
dlso for prollt In tho Territory of I In
"wall or professional men of all profes
slontf, cm r) lug no Blocks of merchaii
disc, or carrying stocks of mcrchnn
dlso less In valuo than one-fourth of
tliclr total sales or earnings, shall bo
taxed onohnlt nt ono per cent, on
their total annual sales or earnings,
nnd tho books'of such firms, corpora
tions paitucrshlps or Individuals, shall
at all reasonable times bo accessible
to tax assessor or his deputy for ox
umlnatlou. I'ulliiio to grant to the
assessor or his deputy full access t,o
tho books of tho partiieislilp, firm, ecu
por.itlou or Individual, shall render
snine,llnlilo to u penalty of not less
than $100, 'nnd not oxi ceding $500.
Wo would fiuther recommend that
section 821 to section S3T, Inclusive, of
tlio present tax lav., bo Incorporated
in tho above.
E. A. McINEHNY,
W. T. LUCAS,
E. H. PARIS.
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Jan. 17, 1008,
From 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m.
I'eahl Kolllkannkaoki to B M Ka-
J II Schnack nnd vvf to Mnnuel 1'
Manuol 1 Moneys unci vvf to Lovv-
cis & Cooko Ltd M
1, Koon Chan, unci wf to Ttcnt Tr
Co Ltd M
Wall u lut Sugar Co to II Musudu...L
Entered for Record Jan. 18, 1008,
From 0 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Klllklna Kulli (vv) to Iooluu Mal-
Kool.ut Mallo nnd hsb to Kemoo
Land Co Ltd I)
-Wm It entitle tr to Kaal.i Land Co
Ltd . 1)
2"For Rent'' cards on salo at
the Bulletin cfflco.
Boss Of His Job
Or He Will Quit
WILSON'S ULTIMATUM TO MAUI SUPERVISORS
(Special to Tho Hullotln)
WA1LUKU, Maul, Jan. 17. Ito.ul
Superintendent John II. Wilson ot
Maul County hns tendered his resig
nation to Win, Hcnnlng, chairman of
tho Hoard of Supervisors of Maul
County, to take effect as soon as his
successor Is appointed and qualified,
unless the Hoatd of Supervisors sees
fit to glvo him certain powers over
the road oveisccrs.
The Important missive was malted
to Mr. Hcnnlng nt Lahalna Inst Sat
urday, and on Monday tho glad tid
ings to Mr. Wilson's opponents, nt
least, were known In WalluUtt.
Many faces were seen to freshen up.
While there nre many who will be
mighty glad to sco MrWllson retire,
tho majority ot the friends ot good
government arc really sorry that ho
was obliged to tako this step. Hut it
Is hoped that tho Hoard will see Its
way clear to glvo Mr. Wilson ceitnln
authority over road overseers, 10
that his Instructions may bo strictly
According to his report last week
to the Hoard of Supervisors, Mr. Wll
hon has been endeavoring to rcduco
the toast of road-building In Maul
County, and moro especially In Wal
In his December report, nmong
other things, he Bays: "I wish to
rail our attention to the ndvnntago'
of having experienced men In charge
of tho work by rcfeirlng to tho tab
ulated table where jou will notice it'
ON VOLCANO ROAD
Two miles ot tho Volcano niitomo
blio ro.id havo been completed by
High Sheriff Ileurj's printers, leav
ing five miles more jet to bo con
"It's going to ho tho finest road )ou
uvor saw," said tho High Sheriff this
morning, immediately after his re
turn on tlio Klnau from Illlo nnd tlio
Volcano, "and the work Is going
along fast. Hut it wilt bo nil ot six
months befoio It Is finished.
"The men me all well nnd In good
Governor V'icur this morning, after
:i discussion with the Laud Conunls
bloner, approved tho putting up for
le.iso of a number ot tiaelH of pastille
land on West Maul, Ijlng between llo
nokahau am' Wnllieo.
Tho entire tract ot laud, which Is
fitted only for pjhturnge. Is about a
lullu to two miles wide, fiom tho sea
up to the forest lino, and between
three nnd four lullea long. At present
It Is not under lease, though prtvato
persons havo been letting their rattle
mil on it. Thuro are several appli
cants for leases.
Amla I. Illll, tho Lalo girl nccuscd
of being (leoigo Kcknuuha'H part
ner In thu iiumoinl conduct which
inmled him in prison, nnd who en
tered n pica of guilty, was sentenced
by Judgo Dolo this morning to pay
a lino of Si and tho costs of court,
iimoiintlng to $19. Hli additional.
It Is suHjicctcd that sho Is let off
thus lightly on nccount of her wil
lingness to becomo n wltnct-s for tho
piosccutlou In tho trial ot 1'rcsldent
Harmon of tho Mormon Church, who
Is accused of subornation ot perjury
In connection with tho trial ot (Ico.
llecauso you havo a horso that cuu
go fast Is no reason why jou should
speed him all tho time.
Jennings "I understand that Smith
Is n vegetarian" Ilenulugs "Ho h
n bent all right "
P. E.R. Strauch
A HIGH ELEVATED TRACT
OF IAND opposite Hon.
Henry E. Cooper's residence
at Manoa Valley with un
obstiuctcd view, on iiht hand side
cf car line. Will sell one or two
actcs to suit purcltascr. One of the
very best building lots in Manoa.
WAITY BLDG., 74 S, KING ST,
took C.29 cubic feet of rock to cover
1 square yard In November, whllo
4.87 cubic fcot covered tho same
space in December, or a difference In
favor of December of 1 12 cubic feet
saved, and with tlio cost ot rock at
$1 35 per cubic yard dellveicd, the
amount saved was $.071 per square
J aril, or on 5319 squiiro jnrds (the
amount ot work dono during Decem
ber) $379,779. Tho principal reason
for this saving Is tho enro the fore
man took In seeing that the rock
was uniformly spread to a thickness
of 0 or 7 Inches, and In order to ac
complish this one must first be care
ful In preparing his sub-grade In ad
vanco of the spreading of macadam "
The foreman whom Sir. Wilson
speaks of has been another source ot
trouble for him, for Mnul people do
not want outslJc talent, even if the
employing ot such talent would bo n
savlngf nearly $100 per month to
the County. What tho Count) wants
Is to see thnt its own people are em
ployed, regardless of expense. They
can Improve themselves In time. To
learn from Imported talent brought
from Honolulu Is nn Insult to tho In
telligence of our rond-bulldcrs. This
Is tho point taken by the opponents
of Mr. Wilson. Mr. Wilson hns made
tho sad mlstako of expecting to bring
up tho efficiency of his subordinates
to his own standard In a short while,
while ho should remember that his
own technical Knowledgo of road
bulldlng was not acquired In a day.
KAHUKU DECLARES ONE
There was a display of mixed feel
ings among tho holders ot sugnr stocks
this morning. Soino wero happy and
tcmio wore downcast, showing that
even tho path of tho bloated capitalist
Is at times as up and down ns that of
his less fortunate brother who reads
his paper without glancing nt tho
stock list. Among tho holders of Kn
hiiktt stock Joy reigned, ns tho long
expected dividend of one per cent a
month bad finally been declared, start
ing from January 31. Hut nt tho same
Hmo the owners of Honnmii shares
wero downcast, for from tho ngentsv
ot the concern en mo tho had notlco
that tho usual dividend would bo sus
pended for nn Indefinite period.
Ill' ili SEM
(Hpccial to tho 11 u lie tin)
Wnlluku, Maul, Jan. 17 Tho local
Klks gavo one of their Usual Bldo
breaking cutcitnlnmeiits nt thu
Knights of Pythias hall cm Mill Mi cot
hist Saturday evening. A few of tlio
friends of tlio members wero present.
1) II. Davis presided at tho banquet
tablo and demonstrated to those pros
cut his high claims as tho "Mark
Twain" of Wnlluku. l'rom tho begin
ning to tho end I here, wnsn't a dry mo
ment and theio was an outburst of
hiuglitcr every tlmo tho presiding of-
fleer opened his lips. Hecltatloim nnd
musical selections wcio given with
aitlstlc taste. Tho poems lead wero
of n high oi dor ot mcrltl Almost ov
erjemu was adjudged guilty of somo
Infractions nt either tho code of cthlcn
of tho ordor or somo Innovations pro
mulgated liy tho uulnlitnted. Light
fines wero administered cm everyone
to provo that tho order cannot over
look oven tho least of Innovations,
(iood fellowship prevailed throughout
tlio affair, and tho order for merltoi.
inus conduct wcio conferred on all
who contributed to tho merriment of
tho evening. Tho Ilks Intend to glvo
bpiihllc.ball In tho near future.
;: - n - a a a
f.i ; a a -
Toinperatuies C n m, 08; K n nt,
73; 10 a. m, 71; noon, 75, morning
Ilarnmeter, 8 n. ni , 30.13, absoluto
humidity, 8 n, in, 4 391 grains per
cubic foot; relative humidity, 8 u m,
CO per cent; dow point, 8 n m., D3.
Wind 0 n m., oloclty t. direction
15; 8 .i. m., velocity 10, dliectlon 15;
10 n. in., velocity 15. direction N. 15;
noon, velocity 18, direction N. 15.
Itnlnfall during 21 hours ended S u.
m.. .00 Inch.
Totnl wind movement during '.'1
hours ended at noon. 50 1 miles
WM I) STOCKMAN,
Sertlon Director, U S. Wmther Iliireaii,
BAD FOR IIIL0 HUMORISTS
Tho Hllo Tribune s-is cdltoilallv:
The two distinguished Illlo gentlo
men who uro toamlug about Oaliu fjlv
An) you easily tired?
your work a
Amnion? Do you
often feci weak
ami faint? Is
Aro you easily dis
couraged? If bo, your
nervous system is weak
ened, your blood is impure,
and serious illness is not far
was mado for just such cases.
When tho blood is impuro
tho whole nervous system be
comes poisoned. It is im
possible to throw off that
terrible feeling of depression,
and there is no ambition to
work. Ayor's Sarsaparilla
will purify, vitalize, and en
rich your blood, and lifo will
again bo worth living.
An now iiidile, Aucr'a Saratt
parlllu contain no alcohol.
There aro many Imitation
Be sure you got "Ayor'a."
FnputdbrDr I C. itr&Ct, lH 'Jut, U.8A,
"Tlio Advertiser says It wants small
farmers, but I don't believe It. Wo
nil know that there Is n schemo back
ot It" This Is tho vlow taken by
1.. I,. McCandless of the fake-fat m
proposition tho morning paper has
continuously talked for.
"Theio aro Just three men In Ha
waii who havo done honest work for
the small farmer,' continued Mr. Mc
Candless, ' Jarcd Smith, Allan Her
bert, nnd mjself."
JURORS FOR SPECIAL TERM
Tho drawing of (Irani! nnd l'ctlt
Jurors vosterdny for tho Bpcctal 1'eb
ruary term of tho federal Court re
suited In tho following names being
taken from tho box:
O rand Jury Plcrro Jones, 1'rank
U. lllakc, Ilnlph A. Ljon, Frank V.
Fernandes, Wm. li. Adams, A. A.
Young, James J. Hughes, Wm. C.
Lvou, M. L Senile, Jonathan Shnwr,
(leorgo It. Carter, C. M. V. I'orstcr,
15, C. Drawn, C. Koelllng, John Kn
lavvala, Albert Afong, John" W. Far
well, Fred. Waldron, nil ot Hono
lulu; tieo. II. Kenton, l'vvn; F. II.
Hayseldcn, I.alinlna; W. I. McDou
gall, Kohala; Henry lllrkmyrc, Kl
laue.i; l'rle A. Knudscn, Kcknha.
Petit Jiid C It. Dement, Win. Hi
lls, I5ugcne K Allen, Hugh II. Walk
er, L. M. Whltchouse, John I". W.H-
rcn, Jis. Wakefield, 15mll Waterman,
II. II. Wllllnms, Hobert 15. Mist, Har
old T. Havt.oldcn, J. L. Cockctt, John
1'. Colburn, 1'innk II. Armstrong, Ax
el W. Hanson. J. 11. (Inlt. .Lib. H.
Love, Chas. Hubert, Walter Wala-
m.iii, J. T. Tucker, Divld II. Mnccm
achle, Chas. Hartwcll, (Ico. Fern,
Wm. K. Chilton, M. A. (lunsnlvcs,
Harry T. Murray, Uustav A. Schu-
man, Abraham Fernandez, Jas. W.
Itobprtson, Jas. K. Knhoiw.il, Frank
I'. Mclntvre, W. F. Dillingham, II. (1.
lloswell, W. I. Until, J. M. DowKeit,
1-5. S Cunlin, Frank Hiistncc, Albert
K Llovd, I'. McDonald, all ot Hono
lulu; II. W. Vannntta. A. C. l'ulfrey.
I'.tpaalii.i, Hawaii; Francis (lay, Ma
ktiwoll; IM. II. Anderson, Kcknha;
Ul. W. Lindsay, John 15. Gannon,
Lahalna; C. C. Kennedy, Luther Sev
erance, John A. Scott, Hllo; Henry
iicckley, I'liuhue, Hawaii; S. M Spoil
cer, Knmuclu; Arthur Irvine, Will
mannlo; 11 S. I'rcsrott, 15. O Horn,
Kniiulul, W. 0. Ashley, Alca; C.
Ilusch, I. L. Wilcox, Llhuo, Theodora
UUckstadt, Walmen, Kauai, ('. Nell-
t-on, I'uuneno; John Little, Wnlnlua;
Henry Ileorman, llunalet.
(Continued on Page 3)
bcr of these buildings are now In
Landings and wharves nl-o occupy
n good deal of tho tlmo nnd attention
of tho Supeilntendeiit nnd his assist
ants. Much work Is being dono
throughout the Tcirltoiy on repaint
to dot ricks and landings. Tlio land
ings nt Klnvveknpii, liana, and Nn
Illicit have been completed, and hIbo
tho derrick nt l'olekunu, Honnkaa.
Twelve sots ot plans for the com
pletion of the Nuunnii clam have
been taken out by contractors.
lug tho laugh to the pollco ot that
County would seem to bo doomed to
lio caught somo day. Latest dis
patches wero to tho effect Mint Chief
Detective Taylor, ium"d with a gnt
lllig gun, the editor of tlio Advei titer
v.ltli a plateful of de idly dniighiiiilu
tsiich nn tho get back east) and one
pork-chop, iiciompnnleil by tlio Nn
(lonal (iiinrd of Hawaii, havo tnken
the warpath. It ccrtaluly looks bad
for our Hllo humorists. '
111 Bl Bo
because it has the ideal insulation; there aio eight separate
walls wood, air-space sheathing, mineral wool, shcatlting,
wood sheathing, zinc. That saves money in ice-bills.
It holds the door absolutely tight by bolting it both
at top and bottom. The middle-lock allows the warm air
from without to get in, at the least warping of the doors,
in other refrigerators,
It's cleanest, and most easily cleaned. And there arc
seven other reasons that we will be glad to tell you at
H. Hackfeld &' Co., Ltd., Agents
Come Gilt Of It!
GET OUT OP THE RUT! The lamp is old-fashioned
that's no reason why YOU should be, is it?
If you arc using the lamp, you certainly ARE,
and if you are using an OTHER form of lighting, except
the ELECTRIC LIGHT, you are not up-to-date.
Have your home wired by the
Hawaiian Electric Co., Ltd.,
N Office, KINO ST. near ALAKEA. PHONE 390.
will give you the
Buttermilk and it
will have ail of
the butter fat of
the milk, and will
than sold by
Buttermilk served at
our Soda Fountain.
Hotel and Fort Sts.
and cloth of A-l quality can be pur
r. 0. Box 001. Telephone 031.
.Kidney and Dladdor froublisj
Ilarti ftp. -
A GOOD SIGN
COSTS YOU NOTHING IT
PAYS FOR ITSELF.
MAKES GOOD SIGNS,
F: S. Naami,
Kodak Devclopinp, Printing, En
larging and Interior Photo
graphing. HOTEL ST. bet. Nuuanu & Bethel.
PILES CURCI) IN C TO 14 DAYS.
I'AO OlMMbNi' i guaranteed
to euro any tan. of lulling Blind,
Weeding or l'mtruclinjc l'llcs in A to
iiUvsormom-v refunded Made by
1'AKIS MUDICINL' t.-0.,baint Loutb,
U. S. of A.
Silk Shirt Waists,
Everything from Japan
FORT NEXT THE CONVENT.
Half Sole and
Repaired while you wait
Vickers' Shoe Repair
1110 Union St. P. 0. Box 507.
Send in your orders at once to
The Finest Jade Jewelries, Etc.
The Finest Workmanship on the
In true Occidental and Oriental
Come in and make your choice.
Hotel St,, bet. Alakea and Smith.
TITIIY NOT let m have your bus
" incss to advertise!
HAWAII PUBLICITY CO.,
82 MERCHANT ST.
Sanitary Steam Laundry
Branch: TERRITORIAL MESSEN
GER SERVICE. PHONE 301
R. MIYATA & CO.,
CONTRACTORS, BUILDERS. PAIN-
TERS, PAPER HANGERS and
Second Hand Lumber, Doors and
Sashes Bonght and Sold.
KING ST., PALAMA JUNCTION.
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