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HVENINO MJLLETIN. HONOLULU, T. II., SATtUtDAY, JAN. 2.1, lflOfl.
BLOM'S LACE SALE
LACES ARE LIKE DIAMONDS, amoiiR the women who know, for t lev never po oat of style. Still tlure have been seasons, and 1909 is to br one or th?m. On the mainlani the Directolre stvles have ushered in n lot of now lnec uses, and the
Duchcsss, the Irish Crochet and the Valenciennes arc brought into play. Ireland is Betting her share of popularity from lace thefc da vs. but the hand-manufactured, such as was seen around Kcnmare a ouarier of a century ago, has given way
to that turned out on thi looms of Carric-Ka-Cross, a little settlement in tho Emerald Isle which now occupies the center of the staze among lace buyers. But the fltsins are still genuinely Irish in genius as well as name. No nation can
compete with her for this industry, a. fact that is patent to every lover of materials that rival natures handiwork in wizardry of design. The talc we begin on Monday is to include some of the famous Irish lace and the results are going to be to
you and to rs as satisfactory as was the sale of embroideries and insertions last week. Come in and buy, if you like, orcome in and note the bargains we offer. You will be as welcome as the flowers in spring, and in either case you will not be im
portuned to buy.
ALL-OVER LACES IIJ WHITE AND ECRU
Regular 35c to 40c
Regular 40c to 50o
Regular G5o to 75c
Regular $1.25 to $1.50
Regular $2.50 to $3.25
Regular $3.50 to $4.00
ALL-OVER LACES IN BLACK
Regular ,,.$ .50
Regular ' $1.00
Regular ' $2.00
' Regular t $2.50
SALE PRICE $ .10 YARD
SALE PRICE $ .20TARD
SALE PRICE $ ,25 YARD
SALE PRICE $ .35' YARD
SALE PRICE $ .05 YARD
SALE PRICE S .75 YARD
SALE PRICE $1.50 YARD
SALE PRICE $2.00 YARD
SALE PRICE S .20 YARD
SALE PRICE $ .40 YARD
SALE PRICE S .60 YARD
SALE PRICE S .65 YARD
SALE PRICE $ .90 YARD
SALE PRICE S1.00 YARD
SALE PRICE.... $1.50 YARD
BABY IRISH POINT LACES, EDrjINdS AND INSERTIONS
Regular $ .45 Extra Quality SALE PRICE $ .35 YARD
,s .40 YARD
$ .50 YARD
$ .90 YARD
Regular $ .50 Extra Quality SALE PRICE.
.Remilar $ .75 Extra Quality SALE PRICE
Regular Sl.TJS Extra Quality SALE PRICE
Regular $1.50 Extra Quality SALE PRICE
Regular $2.00 Extra Quality SALE PRICE.
IRISH CROCHET BANDS AND APPLIQUE
Regular $ .20 yd Quality SALE PRICE
Regular .25 yd Quality SALE PRICE
Regular $ .30 yd Quality SALE PRICE
Regular $ .35 "d Quality SALE PRICE
Regular $.45 yd Quality SALE PRICE
Regular $ .50 yd Quality SALE PRICE
$ .10 YARD
.$ .15 YARD
$ .20 YARD
.$ .25 YARD.
. $ .30 YARD
... .35 YARD
NORMANDY LACES AND INSERTION
Regular . . 10c yard
Regular 16c yard
Regular 20c yard
Regular 25c yard
Regular 30c yard
Regular 05c yard
TORCHON. ALL LWEN
The bargain of bargains; from 1-2 inch to 3 inches wide.
DUCED FROM $1.00 TO 05c.
Regular 30c duality
Regular 40c quality
Regular 50c quality
SALE PRICE 5c
SALE PRICE 10c
SALE PRICE 12Vic
SALE PRICE 15c
SALE PRICE 20c
SALE PRICE 40c
FOR 20c YARD
FOR 25c YARD
FOR 35c YARD
Special for Monday Only White Cotton
"FIRST CALL" 27 inches wide. SALE PRICE 22 YARDS FOR $1.00.
TOREST MILLS 30 inches wide. SALE PRICE 12 YARDS FOR $1.00.
BIO INJUN 30 inches wide. SALE PRICE 12 YARDS FOR $1.00.
CHAPMAN 30 inches wide. SALE PRICE 12 YARDS FOR $1.00.
HOPE 30 inches wide. SALE PRICE 12 YARDS FOR $1.00.
FRUIT OF THE LOOM 30 inches wide, SALE PRICE 10c A YARD.
Regular GOc quality FOR 40c YARD
Regular G5c quality FOR 45c YARD
Regular $1.00 quality , FOR 05c YARD
LONSDALE SHEETING 30 inches wide. SALE PRICE 10c A YARD.
NEWBERRY 30 inches wide. SALE PRICE 10c A YARD.
CAMBRIC CRESCENT 30 inches wide 10c.
CAMBRIC LONSDALE 30 inches wide 12V2c.
STARK MILLS WHITE DRILLING 10c.
vs)jr 5 v J hm
effective color mill tho rcil Hhailoil ran- mid Mrs. Uiw, Mint Clark, Minn Day,
tlolbrn wero part of tho picture. In i Lieut. Kilgnic, Lieut. (Innmcly,, Ml.
tlio reception room, wheru tho cere DourIiis, llrurc Cartwrlght, Jr., V.
inony wiih performed by Hov. Kdward i Wilder, Captain llnlncH, Mr. Slic.tr,
Morgan, the decorations were u rcdlc. Alniy and many others. MIj
background wllli n touch of green nt Saunders, it pretty "Kill, Ii:ih enter
tho linprnlscd altar. I.letitennnl jtninril mill been ctitcitnlneil ipiUe it
Plnkstnn, U. S. K., acted ns best m.m I Hitlc.
Aihoiir tlio other nfllcem of tlio niarinu
corps present lit Uio ceremony mid In- Mrs. Kalo Marker, u Riicst at thu
lormal reception that followeil were Mama hotel, will not kiiII in the Mint
Captain Itmnsoy, Llchteiinnt KilRorc' poll.i iih sho first Intended, hut Mill ro
und Lieutenant Douglas. The bride main until the season begins In Japan
NEW RULER OF VENEZUELA
AND SCENE IN CAPITAL CIT
'Mm. Wllllnm ItlflmrdH CiMlIn mid
'Ut daughter, MIbs Castle, wero host
- uses al a l.irRo unit lirllllaut "at
iiino" on Thiiruday afternoon In lion
'rof Mrs. Alfred Louroy Castle, at
lie icxblciicc In Victoria t-triel. Kiom
iu.1T lifter throe until well on toward
llx o'clock motors and rarrlaRos do--y-ltcl
lvlr Xalr burdens at tho hos
Italilii (lours, whoro it gracious wet
oniu V:ih extended liy tho hostesses
ful the gucst-of-honor, who received
u tho lanal, which Is so admirably
idaptcd for it function of this kind.
Vt the oxtroino end of tho vlne-on-jIohciI
lanal Mrs. Krdinitn and Miss
riira Damon piosldod ihit tho punch
fiiwl, whllu In tho dlnliiR room Mrs.
3. M. CiHiko and Mrs. I'. Schacfer
jonred lea mid coffeo. A charming ar
jay of matrons mid maids, assisted
n looking nfter tlio Riiests, union;;
II. inn wcro Mrs. Frederick Lowrcy,
Vfrs. Mooro, Mrs. Trnney Took, Mrs
cnnedy, Mrs. Orlfllths, Mrs. Myers
'llsses MorKiirct Castle, Alice Cooke,
'vno risher. Tlio largo mid wcll-pio
orllnncd rooms wciu beatittfully dee
rated with lit Franco roses In luxur
ious profusion. Such superb roses
Wave not been teen In Honolulu for n
loin? tlmo nml tho rooms wore fragrant
filth their sweetness, A largo Jardc
tvti'i'o of while lilies was Kroatly ad
lillre.l and on the lairil n i portiere of
olil-ron) boiiRnluvlllea and leavo.-i was
inlist nrllstloilly urmi)R-.il. Tim tea
jajdo, with its basket of roses, dark roil
flltwIuliiR with the pink, was most
ottntttlvo'y net out. Mr. KiibI'r or
clu'ntra plajed nml siiur ilellRlitfull)
lieliliid their km on of lollaRO and the
Ifnlnutes teemed In By so ple.iaautl
i(rs. Wlllhuu It. Ciifctle made a nuibt
lilntlliRulsheil nppeara.ico I i lilncU
iluiutllly laco over ulilto satin, mid
-Mrs. Alfred Castle looked r.ili.luntli
lioautllul in pain blue, .dim Ik Uric
Ci'ftlc, tho ilaiishler of the house, was
tltiluty mid hwoet in n pretty while
Jrock. Mm. i:rdui,in luolted extremely
ijvi'll, and Miss Damon nas a plcuiro
,ti youthful lovellnei's, Mrd. I'rtdor
Jck Swanzy w'oio sofi Ri-uy, which suit-
rod her perfectly, and Mrs, Wadhams
Ilooked voiy smart In n li.indsomu toll
iyiie. iirn t. i,. vv.iuiiuuii n nitiiiivnifiir
eauly was enhanced ny luir Uniplit
tiock of mode colored cloth, whllu Mrs
pimulliK looked liuudsomo mid was
ory inucli iidmlreil. Mis. Ilruest Wnt
rhoiiso wou- it pink creations mid her
Chuilotte fonln hat looked bewitch
lug. Mis. Locke was In u clnirinln-
tlrers of Llbeity satin foulard In black
'nml whlto nml Mlh. Selden KliiRibury
In a frock of old pink, was much nil
fiiilied. Mrs. Tommy I'cck wore n
.while oinbrolileied llimoile fruck and
Mis. Clinton IlallenliHt had on an em
broidered pink linen. Mrs. Ooriilt VII-
ner's Dlicclnlro hat -untl pink frock
w,is most artistic and quaint, nml .wr.
JlviiiH woro n supi'ib tolletto of blind;
(mid Rmy. her necklace ami onulimi of
IhiiSf- penrls enhaiiclni? tho rich effect
Shu Is ceilalnly it fine lookliiR wnninn.
Her daimliterlnliw, Mis. Illclmnl
heiH, woio n stilklui; costumo, mid
Mrs. Harold DlllliiKlmm, In a Iiiiro
black picture hut and Dlroctohv toll-
otli), was ouo of the boautlei m thu lit
ternoon Her mother, Mrs Hyde-smith,
was cxjietnely clilc and ver) youthful
lookliiK, Mrs. M. M.' Scott woro njW. Hull, Mrs. Maclntyie. Xllss Char-
lotely diecH and Mrs. Ilniold tllrfiud.
In white chiffon cloth made princess
was cxiiulslle. .Mrs. l'red D.tuiuu was
ill cafe an lall cloth, and sho looked
nttrnctlve. One of the most perfect
drosses seen wns worn by Mrs. Charles
Atherton and It was enmposud of whllu
cicpc iippllqueil With whlto hilk, tiltidu
lotto Hall, Mrs. A. C. Alexander. Mrs.
William Alexander, Mrs. C. Hctlcnumi,
Mrs. Unwind Hitchcock, Mrs. Andrew
was Rownetl In it palo hlno Hittln, f.ish
loncd In tho dlrectolro mode, and she
carried n. shower linuquct of roses
Sho Is tall and Rrnceful, with the cul
tlvntlou that comes with stud) and
travel. Sho Is mi accomplished nmsl
clan mid will bo it cliormlliK nddlilnu
to naval so:lety In Honolulu, where
her homo Is to 'bo for tho present The
couple will salf Tuesday for Honolulu,
where Lieutenant Knrauhiirson It stn
Honed. Mrs. Henry L. Dodge was
o.ii. t.r.,1 1,1 n lllllftll tllt fll'ltr H!lllll cm
' 1rl.l.,.1 lii hit nml u-fim 1il ten I 1
Imentii. The lirtile Is it cousin of Miss
.Mithel Dodi;o of San Itiifuel, who wan
Crew, Mrs. Charles Cooper, Mlrs Hard
nwny. Mrs. Rorrlt Wilder. Mrs. 8. (I.
Wilder, Mrs. Charles Wilder, Mrs. M.
I'hllllns. Mrs. Itcxtarkk, Mtss Con
it la Dlrectolro. Mis. Frank Atherton I Blanco Hestarlck, Mrs. James McCand
wns In n becoming blue frock and Mrs. less. Miss MadRo McCnndless, Mrs.
I-. Schaefer's grey frock trimmed with
old roue pink lico wis ery oleR.uit.
end Mrs. S. M. Djuioii woro u lovely
frock. AmoiiR thuso present wero Mrs
Wnltor riear. .Mrs. 11. V. DlllliiRlinin.
Mrs. I'rank DlllliiKliar.i, Mrs. Harold
DlllluRham, Mis. Hyde-Siiilth. Mrs Iv
ors. Mrs. Iticlinrd hers. Mrs." M. M
Scolt. Mips Marlon Scott. Mr.i Itnuncy
Scott. Miss Clalio Kidley. Mrs. S. M
Damon. Miss Cnmiwtll. Mrs. Monro,
Mia. Allnn While. Mrs J.imui Ctktle,
Miss l'arls, Mri. Wate-lioiiso. Sr.. Mrs
Pred WiiUilimriii, Mrs. John Water
Pome. Mrs. Henry Watotlioiise. MIsr
Nora Sturgeon, Mrs KriirFi Witter
hoiihe, Mis. W M. Oiiibani Mrs. W.
;; fir i it is it it :t a
George Davles, Mrs. Illrney, Miss Illr
nfcy. Mrs. A. J. Campbell, Mrs. C. Hal
lent) lie, Mrs. Dunning. Mrs. Witdhniiis,
Mrs, Atkins. Mrs. Mott-Smlth. Miss
I'aty, Mrs. Mnry dunn, Mrs. Wclslit.
Ilio Mlsbes Walker. Mrs. C. M. Cooke.
Mrs. Montague Cooke, Mrs. Kllznbelh
Church, Mrs. Ilerg, Mrs. Cooke, Mrs.
Ullen Weaer, Mrs. Ilocdefcld, Mrs.
Will Love. Mrs, I'attcrfon, Mrs. Itol
lek. Mrs. McSlocker, tho Misses Mo
Stocker, Mrs, Wells Peterson. Mls
Peterson, Mrs. It. Lowers, Mrs. Arthur
(icorgo N. Dodge. Others present at
tho Impromptu ceremony mid wedding
supper wcro Miss Jennie llhilr, Mrs.
II. P. dale, Mra. P. It. Quick, Mr. mid
Mrs. Walter Remington Quick.
The wedding of Miss Dorothy Mur
iel Kroeth mid Mr. William Hcnrv
Campbell will occur at St. Andrew's
on tho evening of 'Kclintao tCtli. Ulsh
ip Itestmlck iieiformlug the ceremony.
Miss Muriel Campbell will bo thu
malil-of-honor nml Col. S. Parker will
give tho bride nwny. Mr. Hubert Shin
Rio Is to bo best man. Miss Dorothy
Kreeth Is n very pretty girl and when
Mr. Worcs was hero lie painted it beau
tiful picture of her. which created a
t-ensatlon In tho art circles of Cull-
ulieto she experts to be Joined li some
Now York friends.
Mr. and Mrs. J. Charles (ireeii and
Miss (lii-eit departed In the Alameda
for the Coat. They wero nil ver on
thuslastle about Hawaii mid expect to
return next your with n party of
fi lends. Mr. (Irven controls several
theaters nt thu coast and ho will try
mid produce the volcano of Kllnueii on
Mis. II. A. Itobcrtson gave mi el.ih.
mute nml beautiful dinner lit tho
Mo.tmi Inst cenlng. The table was
decorated with exorlas mill Mrs Hob
ettsou, mi ever) body said, wore .111
exquisite flock which was most be
.Mrs. C. W. Case-Decrlng, who wns
nt the Collins dinner, attracted all
Wall, Mrs. J. M. Whitney. Mrs. .lordnn. , fonilu. Sho Is tho second dnilghter of
Who Will Defend
Mrs. Lees, Mrs. Tucker. Miss Tucker,
Mrs. I.nur.t Wight, tlio Misses Wight.
Mis. von Holt, Miss Lawrence, Mrs. 'A.
K. Myers, Mrs. .1. II. Atherton, Miss
Giuco Cooke, Mrs. J. O. Oilman, Mrs.
P. C. Jdncs, Miss .limes, Mrs. II. A.
Itobertson, Mrs. Kinney, Mrs. Sopor
J the Misses Super, Mrs. Clifford Kim
I ball, Mrs. Muclutyro.'MIss Maclutyru,
Fji . M ' .Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Itobert Harris, Mrs.
iliJlSL narglS arlnlnuni. Mrs F.ixou lllshop, Mrs.
Hoffman, Mrs J. v koIktIkoii Mlsn
rtobcrtscm, Mm. Cotton. MIs Cott-in,
(Mrs. Wltlilngton, Mis, ItlclnrilHon
Mrs, Dlckty, Mrs, Smilord 11. Dole.
.Mrs, Foster, Mrs Alniun (lartley, Mrs,
P C Jcnes. Mrs. A. Lowlh Mrs. Luck
land, Mrs HilMer.d. Mrs IlnpiK'i, T.tlcs '
Mnrgaiet lloppor. Mrs. W. A. Kinney,
Mrs. Kreil Mucfarlnne Miss Alice Mao-
3 '.f Kf
jn , i.,
Mis. Kllzubotli Frcclh.
A delightful dinner wns given on
Tmvdny by Mr. nml Mrs. .Mott-Smlth
In honor of Mr. nml Mrs. F. M. Hwnuzy.
Other guests Included Mr. mu Mrs.
Faxon lllshop. Mr. mid Mis S. (I. Wil
der, Miss Lily Paly.
Ureal regict Is being ovprossod, nt
the prospect of losing Judge .mil Mrs,
Selden Kingsbury, who nro so:lay
to well liked Judge Kingsbury tins
in-rented the vacant .liiilgeshln on
Mapl. Iloth Judge and Mia. Kings-' Hullcu
rjes by her grace and beauty. Sho
Is one of the best-ilresscd women heio
nml always wears tho latest ci ca
Mr, and Mrs. Francis M. Swnuzy
gnvo n lincly dinner on Thursday
evening. Among tho guests weio
Mr. nml Mrs. (leorge Davles, Mr. and
Mrs. Ittchnrd Ivers, Mr and Mrs. Ar
thur M. Drown, Mr. David Andermn.
Lieut. Kllgoro nml I, lout. (lhoin
Ity, who liao taken the conuoto
house near tho Lutheran Church, aic
entertaining nulle 11 little. They
have luiltntlons out for 11 raicblt
supiicr on Monday evening.
Col. S. 'nrl.cr Is expected front
Hawaii today, Tim Princess Kuwii
nniiakon Is nt Hotel San Ilemo, Ne
York City, mid her sister Heatrlco
mid Ml mi Mnrjorlo 1'irctli nro lit 11
Cm-clash M.I100I on Fifth avenue.
Mrs, Jaiues Coekbuin Rase n prrt-
ly tea on Tuesday In honor of Miss
whoso engagement to Mr,
ITI111 coup of Ci'neral Juan Vlconlo Grmez nnd his nssumptlon of rule In
Venezuela Is regarded In tome Huropcnn fpinrtcrs with suspicion. Ca
bles from London Intimate that Castro was cognizant of tho coup,
but this view Is not shared at WashliiRton. normally looks with
fa tor 011 tho new- government, and the French newspapers ball with
satisfaction what they consider the definite downfnll of President ('as.
tin nnd i mutm-nd the energetic attitude of Holland-ns nn Important
Inlluence In tho ml lapse of ,1 reign of violence nnd Insecurity.)
'bury possess tho uncial Instinct untl Jninlasim has been announced. Itojes
wll bo valuable adjunct to Maul end carnations exquisitely ilacorntc.I
seelety, Mrs, Kingsbury is 11 vol'
(harming woman nun has hint iiiucn
hor brother occu-
the looms and nt tho te.t table, which
was tilso rose-bedecked, Mrs. Wllllnm
Stanley dispensed ten, and Mrs, Ai
der rcsliciito with him.
Miss Saunders Is giving 11 largo
luncheon nt tho Mo.ina today. Tlio
fro urn. Mrs. Super nnd Miss Cat-
ton ulso helped. Miss Mullen looked
the picture or health nml happlnes.s
mill woio 11 lovoly tolletto of while-
IWIien'lleech llnrgls the oiiiir Ken
lucky feudist. Is pl-icud oh trial lit
Irvine, Kstlll county. Ky.. on Do?.
10 for tbn muidoi- nf his tntlie.-,
11 wum.in will appear us one of UU ,
counsel. She Is M's. Will A.
Yoiiiir, wlfa of tbn rhlef uttorney
for the dofenso and herself a qu.il-
lllod lawyer. Syinpathy for Mra.
Louellen Hingis, mother of the do
femlanl, who Is dotci mined to
spend her foituuq to Uln till"
yoitng man, piompts Mrs, Young
to take tin nctlvo part In the trial,!
I,;!;: i MV;i!,5lnB ".. """"',a"t ."''' Wllan Hollomley r.-l.lr.l over tho .of-;
Scudder, Mrs Spalllng, tlio Misses
Spalding, Mm. Thurston, Mrs. Thayer,
Mrs Walker, Mrs. Ilnwes, Jr., Mrs.
t.ill.d.lr.i lluu l'M! I
. . teblu ileiointliuiH are roses nml tho. Mis CocMiurn's chnrmlng aiipenruii -o
Among the chnrmlng navnl pooplu ' ",,cla Include Ml nnd Mrs. Fred, wns much lominenled upon Among
who havo arrived or will do so In tiui'Unmon, Mrs. McUowan, thu Misses the guetts weio Mrs HitlpU Forster
t-oar future, enn be luentloned Lieut .Mtdownn, Miss vim Tine, (,'aptaln nnd her sister, Miss (Iras, Mis, lllr
uml JlrB. l'nriiiliiirson, of whom tho .... ' - - '"
Cull speaks as follows:
San Francisco, Jan. J. Tho first so
ciety wedding of tlio now yenr was cel
ebrated yostenlny afternoon nt 4
r 'clock at the home of Mrs. Henry U
Dodge 011 Franklin stieet. Tho brldo
was Miss Anna Phlnney of Montpeller,
, Vt., who arrived horo Now Year's day
to become tho hrido of l.lcutru'int Hob
cit Iliirns Fiiiiuliurcoii, II. S, N. Tho
1 wedding details wero Impromptu, slncn
the Invitations weio Riven )osturdny
liioinlug by telephone and nil thu ap
pointments woro hastily arranged for
the cciomony. Notwithstanding tho
hiury of preparation the wedding Vns
u very pretty affair and the setting one
of the most offcctlNo Been ut any of
tho winter weddings. Tho Indie wns
given In marring!) by Mrs. Henry L.
Dodge, who provided In tho place of
the bride's mother, Mrs. Tinman Phl.i
ney, who wus detained at her lioniu In
Yermotit. Lluuteiunt fai ipiluiiBon la
In the marine corps nnd the led ser
vice color was -used In I he entlro
scliemo of decoration In the dlnliiK
loum b.llllatit paiiuoitl.ie g.nu thulr
re). Miss llliney, Mrs. (leorgo Davles,
Mrs. S. M Davles, Miss Cromwell,
tho Misses Snpcr, Mrs. Dunning, Mrs.
Wrlghtson, Mrs. Wnilhiims, Mis, At
l.lns, Mrs. Lnwloii-llrnln, Mrs. Al
thtir Ilerg, Miss (illlct. Mrs. F. M.
Hwiinzy, Lady lleriou, Mrs. Vliucnt
Kltcnt. Mrs. Uinge, Mrs. Seidell
Kingsbury, Mis. Locke, Mrs. Tenney
Peck, Mrs. ('. M. V. Forster, nml
Among tho now arrivals nt Thu
Pleudautosi arc Mrs. Stephen 11. Phil
lip:! nml Mis. Hubert Harris.
Mis. MiCanilless has cmcls nut in.
1, ten next Wednesday afternoon.
Mis V (). Smith nnd Miss Smith
me expected home today.
Mis A 11 Hohertson entertained
nt dinner on Sunday nlRht nt tho his trip around tin
Moann Hotel nnd her riuaits Included rlimla
Mrs. Leeds, Judge llallou, Lieut. Par
ker, nml many others.
With Mr. T. II. Petrlo nt tho helm
tho Washington lllrthdny parade will
be theiRinnd success It always Is. A
Manll (Iras Is behiR spoken of nml
many novelties may be depended up
on. The roof garden of the Alexander
YounR Hotel was throtiRcd with peo
ple on Thursday cvenliiR who llslen
til with plcnsiue to Cnptuln Merger's
Royal Hawaiian il.iuil.
Mr. Augustus Kuiidseii mid ilmigli
tor nro at the .Moju.i auditing tho ;tr
rhnl or Mrs Kuulheii from the Coast.
She will 111 rive In tlio China.
Mr S. A Wali-oii. who tins been
stopping nt tin' Moan. 1, will conllnug
world In the Man-
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