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Officers' Ball at Monna
Of course uerybody turned out for
tho omcers' ball nt tho Moana hotel Mncfarlano, Mrs. Olson, Misses Norn
on Tuesday evening, nnd, of course, Sturgeon, Margaret Castle, Green,
the ounger sot In nil tho exuberance Irene Fisher, Ixirna Inukea, Itennlo
of ribbons, sashes, puffs and bows, Cation, Marlon Wnterhouso, Julia
took the center of the stage nnd kept Damon, Alice Cooper. Norn Swanzy,
It. Tho pretty young girls hero hno Margaret Peterson, Harriet Young,
been much remarked upon for their Alice Mncfarlano, Constance Itestnr
graces nnd charm of manner. Tho Ick, Mnrgnret CJulnan and Messrs.
younger married set have bo long had Guilford Whitney, George Fuller, Will
things their own way that It comes- ns Warm, Jnck Wnrren, William Walker,
a matter of surprise to see the young Alexander Walker, Dement Kennedy,
girls they hue known as "babies," K. T. Dulscnbcrg, Sonnlo Macfarlaue,
blossom Into belles, but It is u charm-1 Alfred Cooper, Allison .lordnn, Arthur
Ing surprise, nnd oerybody is glad to Mackintosh, Hob McCorrlston, C. II.
help them along. The dlnlns room Olson, Harold Castlo and Urucc Cart
was more than comfortably filled wrlght, Jr.
with gay dancers, and the ldn.iU nndj
lawn wetc thronged throughout tho Mrs. Neumann's Death
evening. Pleasant llttlo tctentetes at1 Tho announcement of the death of
tho end of the pier wore ns usual full Mrs. Paul Neumann ennio as n bolt
of Interest. Tho pretty wo- from the blue and nil her friends, of
men present wero quite remarkable, J which sho had legion, were plunged
nnd society was well represented. Tho in gloom. A woio generous, kindly
out-door charm of our Island lite ii- nature It would bo difficult to find. Im
peals to the officers nnd they tnko ad- perlous nnd proud always, sho often
vnntago of It when they can. Admiral misled strangers as to her real nature,
and Mrs. Swinburne graced tho occn- but let ono of her friends or acquaint
ston as well ns Governor nnd Mrs. ancrs even, bo In trouble nnd who
Frcar. Capt. nnd Mrs. Ilces, being In more ready to como to tho rescue than
mourning, do not attend balls. Mr. she, so strong, so helpful nnd resource
and Mrs. George Davles wero there, fill. The wlfo of a famous wit, her
Mr. Davles coming In from his claboi-
nto dinner given in honor of Mr. Lay
nrd at the Pacific Club; Mr. nnd Mrs.
Gerrlt Wilder, Mr. nnd Mrs. Henry
Macfarlane, Urlttsh Consul and Mrs.
Forstcr, Mrs. Humphrls, Dr. nnd Mrs.
Murray, Mrs. Ernest Wnterhouso, Mr.
and Mrs. M. Phillips, Mrs. Doedefeld,
Mr. and Mrs. Stecrc, Miss Green, Cap
tain and Mrs. Andrew Fuller, Mrs.
Phillip Andrews, Capt. nnd .Mrs. Rob
ertson, Dr. and Mrs. Wmlhnms, Mis.
Church, Mm. Frederic Klamp, Mr. nnd
Mrs. Charles Wilder, Judgo and Mrs.
Ilallou, Dr. nnd Mrs. Clifford Wood,
Miss Dorothy Wood, who, by tho by, Is
quite n pretty girl; Misses Margaret
Castle, Deatrlce Castle, Loma Inukea,
Norn Sturgeon, Ethel nnd Allco Spald
ing, Irene Fisher, Helen North and
Green, and a host of other pretty girls.
Young Ernest Pond, son of Command
er Pond, was In the thick 'of It, mik
ing himself agreeable to everybody.
Admiral Sebrce, bronzed und distin
guished; Captain Gill, so well known
tho world over, Captain Flsko, nnd
Llcuts. Dloch nnd Holmes, nnd many
other officers wero there. It was a
gay affair, delightfully planned and
Mrs. Wilder Entertains
A pretty tea was given on Friday bj
Mrs. James Wilder In honor of her
mother, Mrs. Hnrnden, whoso depart
ure to the Const soon Is very much
regretted. It was an nl fresco affair,
dainty tables being set on tho lawn In
tho shadow of tho numerous trees. Tho
Pacific, sparkling In the sun, Is direct
ly beneath the lawn, which extends to
the sea, nnd nt that time in the after
noon It is cool and well shaded. Car
nations nnd In Franco roses bedecked
tho tables. Mrs. Gerrlt Wilder poured
tea and Mrs. W. Hurnden presided
over the punchbowl. Mrs. Harndcn
seemed much to regret her depnrturo
from the land Bho so truly loves, and
spoke most feelingly of her visit here
and the kindness of her friends.
Thoso present and Invited Included:
Mrs. E. Walker, Mrs. von Holt, Mrs.
McGrew, Mrs. Gartley, Mrs. Damon,
Mrs. W. W. Hall, Mrs. G. P. Wilder,
Mrs. F, Cooko, Mrs. C. Cooper, Mrs.
Androw Fuller, Mrs. J. O. Carter, Mrs.
S. D. Dole, Mrs. r. II. Humphrls, Mrs.
K. Low, Mrs. Walbridge, Mrs. Mott
Smith, Mrs. Dillingham Mrs. Angus,
Mr3. Alexander, Mrs. W. O. Smith,
Mrs. Charles Cooke, Mrs. Arthur Berg,
Mrs. Ernest Watcrhouse, Mrs. Albert
Judd. Mrs. M. M. .Scott, Mrs. S. O. Wil
der. Mrs. F. M. Swanzy, Mrs. Wnlter
Krcnr, Mrs. H. H. Harrison, Mrs.
Davles, Mrs. Ellon Weaver, Mrs.
Ralph Forstor, Mrs. J. Wnterhouso,
Mrs. Oeorgo Cnstle, Mrs. II. H. Mac
farlane, Jr., Mrs. Uabhltt, Mrs. Schacf
cr, Mrs. Livingston, Mrs. James Judd,
Mrs. Howard Hitchcock, Mrs. Laura
Wight, Mrs. Gardner Wilder, MrB.
Hawcs, Jr., Mrs. Itanney Scott, Mrs.
Robert Atkinson, Mrs, Athcrton, Mrs.
Sponcer, Mrs. Weight, Mrs. Perkins,
Mrs. Egan, Mrs. Fred Mncfarlano,
Misses Paty, Parko (2) and Young.
Mrs. Rees' Tennis Party
Mrs. Rees gave a delightful tennis
party on Tuesday at tho Pleasanton
in honor of Miss Nora Swanzy, whoso
natal day it was. Thero wero nbout
twenty-flvo present and tho young peo
plo amused themselves by strenuous
games on tho law. Mrs. Swlnbumo
and Mrs. Swanzy assisted Mrs. Rees
In her pleasing duties. Tho young
men wero nearly alt officers from the
ships. Among thoso present wero
Misses Margaret Castlo, Allco Cooper,
Wnterhouse, Ireno Fisher, Ethel Spald
Ing, Allco Spalding. Dland (2), Schaof-
er, Dorothy Wood, Alice Cooko. Uowl- pension. Ho Is 35 years of age and
Ing ns well as tennis was Indulged in has a wife and one'child. Upon his
during tho afternoon and all wont arrival, Early rented a room in a
swimming In the tank. A delicious tea cheap lodging house on Pennsylvania
was served on tho lawn and an hour nvenue nnd then proceeded to see tho
or two was spent In chatting. I town. For days he moved around
juntrammoled. On Friday, however,
The Pleasanton has been tho scene he called In n physician who, upon
or much gayety during tho week. Mrs. seeing tho patient, Immediately pro
Bland nnd the Misses Dland are hav- nounced him a lepor.
Ing a largo tenuis and swimming party I
this afternoon, and tennis, croquet,' Oakland harbor commissioners or
bowling nnd quoits will vie with ench der removnl of advertising signs from
pthcr In engaging tho Interest of tho estuary.
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young people. Among those Invited
nro Mrs. Andrew Fuller. Mrs. Ilmrv
house was ulways thronged with dls
tlngulshed strangers, nnd her enter
tainments wero renowned, not only
hero but In Snu Francisco, where she
lived her long married life. Sho enmo'
from n regnl lino of Spanish ancestry
and her Inheritance was stamped on
her fice. Sho leaves four children
nnd many relatives nnd friends to la
ment her departure Into the great un
known. Mine. Dlanrhe ArrnI will glvo n
chamber concert at the Alexander
Young Hotel bnllroom next Tuesday
evening.. Many hnve requested It
and Madame has kindly consented
to appear. This will be In tho nature
of n farewell concert nnd deserves the
pntronn.ee of nil music lovers, Mnw.
Arral has n magnificent votco nnd her
nailcnci nro nlwnys enthusiastic.
Mrs. Gait entertained nt n charm
ing luncheon for the Misses Plimpton
Mrs. Henry Hlghton Is, in Now York
after a very pleasant trip abroad.
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Mrs. Hermann Fockc Is expected
to arrive on the 15th.
CHARLES iS DENEEN.
CHICAGO, III.. July 26. A bomb
was exploded in n tent In which Gov
ernor Dencen wns nddresslng a po
litical meeting, nt Garfield Boulevard
nnd Princeton avenue. Women In
the audience screamed and several
fainted. Mon and women made a
rush for tho tent doors, and Governor
Deneen and others on tho platform
tried to stop the panic. When It was
been that no damage had been done
by tho explosion the excitement sub
sided nnd most of the nudltors re
turned to their scats. It Is thought
tho perpetrators Intended to take ad
vantage of tho excitement to rob peo
plo In he audience. Policemen mado
n number of nrrests, but later all of
tho suspects were released, as there
wns no evidence on which to hold
WASHINGTON, D. C, Aug. 23.
Wnshington Is greatly agitated over
the discovery of leprosy In tho city.
The victim of tho scourge has been
stalking tho streets, eating in the
lunch rooms, riding in tho street cars
nnd generally rubbing elbows with
tho residents for five days.
The plague victim is John R. Early,
whose home is Lynn, N, C a veteran
of tho Spanish-American war, who
came to Washington to apply for a
GETS THE ALASKAN
Change In Captains On
A quick change In captains was
made on board tho Atncrlcun-llawnl-lnn
steamship Alnsknn Inst night. As
n result of It, Chief Officer Fred. Den
nett "was promoted to the command
of the ship nnd took her out of poit
on the regular run to llllo, Knhtilul,
and San Francisco, und Capt'. J, F,
Nichols remains In this port to await
the arrival of tho Arlzonan, which
ho Is to command In the future.
Slnco the announced retirement of
Capt. "Charlie" Nichols from tho
command of the Arlzonan It has been
known thnt Capt. J. F. Nichols would
tnkc his place. It was also supposed
thnt Mr. Dennett would bo promoted
to the command of tho Alasknn, but
no positive assurance of this was giv
en until the cablegram from the New
York office was received late yester
Under the circumstances It wns n
mighty quick change. Capt. Nich
ols having no orders to tho contrary,
was all ready to take his ship out ns
usual nt C o'clock. At 3:30 p. m. tho
cable came from the Is'cw York office
for tho promotion of Dennett to bo
Captain of the Alaskan, and orders
for Mr. Nichols to await his ship
here. All the ship's papers had to go
back to the custom house for clearanco
under tho new captain.
Mr. Dennett is one of. it not tho
youngest, commander In tho service
of tho Amcrlcnn-Hnwnllan line. Ho
has worked his way up from third
mate nnd the rnpldity with which
he has advanced demonstrates his
standing with the company. Ho Is n
native of Orrington, Maine, nnd
comes of n family of seamen. Capt.
Nichols, who now goes to tho Arlzon
nn, Is nlso a Maino man, hailing from
Tho promotion of Mr. Dennett Is
very i!onslng to the officers and men
of the Amcrlcan-Hnwnilnn line, who
hold him In the highest esteem. Mr.
Nichols nnd Mr. Dennett aro among
tho youngest commanders of largo
steamships in the American merchant
marine. The policy of tho American
Hawaiian lino Is to push its young
men ahead'and reward them for loyal
WILL BUY ROYAL
S. Nagasaki, chief custodian of tho
Imperial Japancso household goods,
will soon leavo Japan for a tour In
An'rlcn nnd Europe. Ho received tho
Imperial order to proceed nt once nnd
It wns expected that ho would nrrlve
In tho Tcnyo Maru which passed
through Mere last Wednesday. His
mission abroad Is Important from the
fact that ho has to purchase jewels,
particularly diamonds, garments, fur
niture, presents and other articles for
a royal wedding which is to tako placo
In tho near future.
Tho engagement of Princess Chlka
nomlyn, second daughter of tho Em
peror and Empress of Japan, to Prince
Takedanouchl has been announced and
the date of their wedding Is being
watched for In Japan with a great deal
Nagasaki has been connected with
the Department of the Imperial House
hold for some timo, Ho Is a Ilnqulst
of rare ability, speaking soveral lan
guages. He was onco In Hawaii rcj
rcBentlng Japan in Immigration af
fairs. He knows Judgo Kaulukou and
the late J. M. Kapena.
Tho staff of the Japancso Consulate
here say that Nagasaki may go direct
to Europo by the Siberian railway and
return to Japan via tho United States
and Hawaii. The amount that will
bo spent in the purchase of tho pres
ents is said -to bo very great It
comes out of tho Imperial appropria
tion, which Is sot asldo for usch pun
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS.
Entered for Record Sept. 10, 1908,
from 10:30 a. m. to 4 p. m;
F E Clark to E O Ferrolru Tr ....Rol
E G Ferrcira Tr to Gcorgo Conrad. .. I)
George Conrad and wf to Trent Tl
Co Ltd ,. M
Kekulkakaulanl (w) ct til to Joseph
do FrliiH ct al .' L
Kwong Leo Co to Hop Sing Co ,..DS
Franz Dcchert to Frank Souza ...DS
Anana Kakakaulla to Maul Railroad
& S 8 Co D
M Kaluna Nuuanu and wf to Maul
Railroad & 8 S Co D
Entered for Record Sept. 11, 1908,
from 9 a. m. to 10:30 a. m.
Est of II P Dlshop by Tis to Eric II
Edwards .- D
Haliaka,and hsb to W II Harbottlo. .M
W II Hnrbottle to D P R Iscnberg.AM
Pollco authorities aro In possession
of ovldence which will enable them
to nrrcst persons who shot Churles
Explosion of dynnmlte tenrs up
banks along the canal near Jollet nnd
does great damage.
Announcement Is made that West
ern Pacific will enter San Francisco
by Nov. 1.
California G, A. R. veterans break
ranks and shako hand of Tntt.
For cotlnfc drinking, end cooking
Pure, Dclkrious, Nutritious
BfuMMt Cocot, -2 b. Un.
Cermtn Sweet ChoroUte. 1-4 lb. otra
For Sale bv LealMk Grocers
WALTER BAKER & CO. Ltd
DORCHESTER, MASS., U.S. A.
43 HIOHMT AWARM IN CUKOPt
AND .MER1Q ,
Supervisors Affix Names to the Docu
ment Routine Occupies Most
of the Meeting.
A proclamation for n general elec
tion to bo held November 3rd, from S
n. nt. to B p. in., Issued under tho now
municipal net, leccntly declared con
stitutional, wns signed last evening by
each of tho members of tho Hoard of
Supervisors, being tho only Important
matter taken up, outside of soma dis
cussion over' bids for n road sprinkler
Supervisor Fern brought up tho
question of n laborer who had been
thrown from a wagon and his ankle
broken, asking If In such cases the
man's wagos.cnuld not bo continued, or
medical hoi vice furnished gratis. It
deelopcd that, under tho present sys
tem, pay (continued for cases of this
Mirt ono month, and tho Chair thought
that the present system Is nbout ns
good ns could bo dovlscd.
Consideration for tenders for street
sprinkling wagons with a gasollno en
glue wns tnken up. It seemed that
tho Honolulu Iron Works had not com
piled with specifications. Road Sup
ervisor Cumrr-lns wanted an 80n-gallon
wagon, and tho Iron Works had bid
on n 750-gallon wngon. Also, they
said nothing as to the size of the en
glno to bo furnlBhed. On the other
hand, the Schuman Carrlago Company,
tho other bidder, bid on an 800-gallon
wngon, according to specifications, nnd
also specified n 2Vt horse iower en
gine to bo furnished, nnd with nil this
mado nn cstljnato of GS5 to $712.50
for the Iron works.
Mr. Archer wanted to know some
fncts about tho gas ongine, calling for
Its slzo In pounds nnd not In liorbo
power; Information which no ono was
prepared to furnish. However, ho fin
ally came around, and on his motion
tho awards wero made, of ono 800-gallon
wngon with gasoline engine, to the
Schuman Carrlngo Company for IG85,
and for two wagons of GOO gallons
each, without engines, to tho Honolulu
Iron WorkB, for 1375 nplcce.
Tho purchase of a second-hand wag
on to help in tho. Ewa road work was
tho occasion for a lecturo from the
Chair. County Engineer Gero mado
tho request, and was Immediately sat
upon, Mr. Hustaco made tho point
that at tho lime consent had been giv
en for going ahead in this work. It
was understood thnt tho only expense
would bo for a steam roller to bo sent
there. Since then, various things
liavo been cropping up. Mr. Hustaco
went on further to tell Gero thnt on
occasion ho has deceived tho Chnlr by
going Into work of this sort with tho
uUlirato oxpenso of It not mado clear.
Mr. Archer supported Mr. Gero, nnd
tho latter stated that thu sprinkler
with a littlo chango might bo used for
oil better than some of tho oil wagons
now In use, bo it would not bo alto
gether an unprofitable investment.
Finally It wns ugrecd to purchnso
tho wngon for $150, to 'bo taken out of
Kcaloha Btatcd that tho Koolnuloa
brldgo Is in need of repairs, and that
the engineer stated that tho work
would cost about $500. Mr. Goro sug
gested thnt Instead of a brldgo, tho
placo bo butkhcaded and filled In with
riprap. Ho also referred to two
bridges In Kaneoho, In need of immed
Mr. Archer Bald, that tho matter
might bo deforrod for a week, us the
Rond Commlttoo was going over tho
wholo systom of roads. Howover,
Gore was authorized to make repairs
on tho bridges In question, but where
they aro to bo rebuilt, to prepnra plans.
Fern wanted tho King street nnd
other bridges mnuka painted. Tho
matter will bo attended to.
A communication from Superinten
dent of Public Works Campbell, grant
ing perm'sslon to tho Honolulu Gas
Co. to lay a gas nugn along School
street, was referred to, the Roads nnd
Sheriff Inukea mado n report, giving
I (ho total arrests In the county for Au
gust as 3C0, against 323 for August,
MIIIIIIID U. fT. otfl
BY FBA EIBERTUS
Written in a sincere nnd kindly desire to help the young who do not know, and the older ones who sometimes
Responsibilities gravitate to the penon who can shoulder them, and power flows to the man who knows how.
Don't worry! , ,,
The habit of borrowing small sums of money anticipating pay-day is a pernicious practise and breaks many
a friendship. It is no kindness to loan money to a professional borrower. , ','.
Don't touch pencils, pens, erasers, or papers on another man's desk, unless he is there. The Goldcn'Rule ap
plies well here, as elsewhere t
' The love you liberate in your wotk b the only love you keep. .' '
The man with a debt ho could not. prevent, caused p'erhapsfby sickness,-should co' frankly tovJils friend or
his business chief. Shun the money-loan shark ,ns you would contagion. Poverty, discouragement, tempta
tion, too often crime, are th'c fruif of that' sort of "confidehtiar 'financing. ',,r " ' -" ' ' "
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. fcOPYaifiWT.IP0q.BT THE NEWYORK-EVENIKG TEUORAM (NEW TCRK HERALD CO.) "
1907, with convictions SCO, ns ngalnst
252 In 1907.
Flro Chlof Thurston reported tho
number of flro alarms for August as
six, with a property loss of $30, Jho
property nt risk amounting to $1700.
C. S. Hollowny, president or tho
John II Kstnte, notified tho Hoard that
tho estate dcslics to mako uso of tho
strip of land obtained by tho estalo
and tho present lesseea, tho Oalm Sug
ar Co., along the now load near Klpa
ka Gulch, Wuhlawa. Ho called nt
tcntlon to a certain agieenient mado I
between tho Territory nnd tho estate '
which tho county was to carry out: !
inai is, constructing u renco along tho
strip. Tho toad department was au
thorized to put up tho fence on tho
Hues ngrced upon.
Tho September estimate for county
oxpenscs, payrolls, etc., to September
15, Included the following;
Knplolnnl Park, $181.50; keopers of
parks, $100; electric light department,
$370.50; pollco and flro alarm system,
$90; County Clerk, $170; Cdunty En
gineer, $212.50; County Attorney, $110;
flro department, $1832.50; itmd depart
ment, $132.50; police department,
$3228.05; Hawaiian band, $075.
Tho Hoard approved tho following
expenditures for August;
Konlnupoko road district, $t.9.2S;
coroner's oxpencos, $50.10; Kallua
The less you require looking after, the more able you aro to stand
alone and complete your tasks, the greater your reward. Then if
you can not only do your work, but direct intelligently and effect
ively the efforts of others, your reward is in exact ratio, and tho
more people you direct, and the higher the, intelligence you can
rightly lend, the more valuable is your life.
Never carry matches loose in your pockets have a metal match
Never use letter paper or envelopes to figure on or for memoranda
it shows you do not realize that tho first requisite in business
is economy. The same rule apnlics to burning of lights .that aro
not needed; whether there is a meter or a "flat rate" makes no dif
ference avoid waste.
Do not argue with customers, nor contradict them.
The man who endured everything from rude customers and got even
by selling them a bill may not ha.ve been actuated by the best'mo
rives, but his general policy was right.
Always be circumspect and courteous. Bear the faults of some, tho
impoliteness of others, and pardon everybody sooner than yourself,
mad, $H4.C5; County Attorney, $25.00;
Walanao road district, $14.75; County
Clerk. $12.95; flro department. $773.07:
electric light department, $(181.48; po
llco nnd flro nlaim system, $00.55; po
llco department, $048.21; Wnlalua road
district (Walmea brldgo), $487.17;
Walanuo road dlstilct, $451.97: Kwa
load district, $521.7(1; Kwa road dis
trict (culvert), $52.13; County Treas
urer, $1,75; poundmastcr (advcitlslug
fees returned), $0; election expenses,
$103; County Knglnecr, $98.90.
The meting adjourned uulll tho ISIh
at 12 noon.
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with assets of over $14,000,000, and a
turplus of over $1,300,000, Is now Issu
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with Guaranteed Annual Earnings
added, on payment of second and tub
tequent deposits. In case of Perma
nent Disability the contract will ma
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taking out Life Insurance.
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MARKED FOR IDE
About Ilirco years iibo Ma I.. IlotUos
nr K19 Kirkhnin street. O.iUlnml. C.il..
culled nt our ulllco with n Blrl thirteen
miM old. tha latter wralt ami listless.
Hhostatil thnt slio bad 1ob(. ii daughter
throiiKli Utilnoy dlscnsu unit llio doctor
now tolil her this ono was hi tho samo
tlx unit thut sho could llvo but a, short
Tho mother wns nearly distracted. Wo
told her that kidney dlxcnso was rcnlly
Inflammntion C tho kidneys nnd that It
was in fnct Incumblo under tho old diure
tics, all of which weio kidney excitants,
but thnt an emollient for Icldney Inflam
mation nnd been discovered and that tho
chllil would probably recover. Tho moth
er took tho treatment with ner.
"Wo skip threo years.
A few months nuo Mrs. Uetkes called
lth u beautiful younir girl. Who was tho
very picture of health. Bho Introduced
her as tho djlni patient of threo years
obo, mid told us to lefcr anybody In tho
world to her. filio stated tho recovery
una complete about tho eleenth week.
For tho only imollletu for Inflammation
or tho kidneys, the world has over seen,
ask for l'ulton's Ilenal Compound. IM
craturo mailed Trie,
JOHN J. l'ULTON CO.
Honolulu Drug Co, Fort St., nro our
solo local nuiiits. Ask for bimonthly
ilulKllu ut late rccoveiles, 8t
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