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BVRNMN'O nUI.l.F.TIN, HONOLULU, T. II, MONDAY. .MINI. 21. I960.
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H.iwiMin s-i jnd Otflrce
All visiting nisoilicrs ot (ho
Ordpr ii'o cordially Invited to
atiou'l uifi t line t nf local lodges
UAU.MU.NY LOUOE, No. 3, 1. 0. 0. F
Hun every iuiudsy evening t
t:ao lu I. u. O. F Hull, l-.'-i Street.
). U. UDMiiU. -'-on-mry
1". I). K'Ul'. N. U.
All vltlilu. brothels it.'j vurillall)
OAHU LODGE, Ho. !, K ol
MppU every first and thlnl Krl
. eienlng ut 7.JU id K. ( 1'. Hall,
Bonn : iuii unil llerelunls VliitiQK
brutnui oniiully limtid to attend
k it mui:m- c c.
It. OOSLINU lv It. S.
HONOLULU LODOE 01G, D. P. 0. E.
I !i... Inltl Lodge No. 1. 1 1, II. P. 0.
Elh . in., i, in ihcli lull on ICIng
8lii'i, ii'. u I'url, Mil) I Ida) ecn
In. '. i-qin.g lliutln n. uic lurillail)
Imutj to aiuii'l
k a. iMifiniir, i:. u.
II. C. K olO.N, Set ).
Win. M'KINLEY LODGE No.8, X.ofP.
Mecu every 2nd and 4th Snturda)
erenlng Ht 7:30 o clock lu IC. of 1'.
Hull, cor. Kurt .iik1 llciotanla. Visit
ing brother cordially Invited to at
tend. F. M. MidKLU, (- C.
K. A. JAI'UIISCN. K. it. S.
HONOLULU AERIE 140, F. 0. E.
Meets on 111 2nd anil 4th WKD- i
NK6DAY evenings of each month at I
7.10 o'lloct lu K. ot I' H .i, cornel '
Beretr.ma and Fort sttcots.
Vliltlug liHgli'3 nro Invited to t-
W M M,"OY W . I'reat.
It. r. UtXH'i: fiery.
HAWAIIAN TltlBE No. 1, 1. 0. II. 14.
Mee'ji every flm nnd third Thurs
layi of eaih month ut Knights of
PythtuB Hull. VMtlnr brother cor-!
Slally Inilted to attend.
C, F.0 S I iLltSON, Sachem. '
i: v toiiii. r of it
Bpiiu: npilr up of Hip moit
dfhratc and lomnlitntrd inn
chiiKrv. alwiws lrqnircs the
best of attention from n man
who is an exnsrt at it. We
have such n man in our es
tablishment, and our prices
ns wrll ns our work will
J. A. R. Yieira & Co.
113 HOTEL ST. JEWELERS.
At All Wntchdeeleis.
Agent fcr Hawaiian Islands,
Cor. FORI and KING Sts.. Honolulu.
WANT A WIRE BED!
Honolulu Wire Bed Co.,
5 - CENT CIGAR
M. A. Gwnst & Co.
FORT AND L.::TG STREETS.
b o o K s :
WALL. NICHOLS 00 JIl'Airy, LTD ,
yon nnd Merchant sis, i
27 DULLBTIN ADS PAY -a '
ii- -- - niiviiiiwiiNwn'a i
Wo nrp (n lino u-lil. ll.
i best Rticrtment of
In the market. All makes,
rcrfumed nnd Plain.
Just ask for the kind you
Lchnhardt's Candles nlwaji
Kins and Fort Sts.
Dr. F. SCHURMANN
Osteopathic Physician and Oculist.
I 222 Emma Square.
Hours: Consulting 2-3 p. m.,
I excepting- Saturdays. Operating, 8
1 12 a. m., including Saturdays; 3-G
! i. m., excepting- Saturdays.
BROWN & LYON CO.. LTD.
Alexander Yoiinjr Bide;.
Tlu original nnd best self,
filler. Many pen makers have
tried to imitate the Conklinc,
but none have succeeded in
keeping up to the ConklinR
New stock just in.
Oat & Mossman,
76 Mcrcliant St. near P. 0.
Health and Economy
COOK WITH GAS
Levy's for Groceries
Yon haven't heard the best unless
wi'vc heard the new
Hawaiian News Co., Ltd.
Alexander Young Bldg.
LOCAL AND GENERAL
Twelve hundred sheets of good
paper for twenty-five cents nt the
Ten Rood aiitn-bncks. Phono 6.
A hank hook linn lipcn lout.
A Rrceii Swaiitlckn pin liim tircn
The Royal Annex is the place to
Ret the best meal in town.
Another Inndnlldo is reported id
lmve taken plaro on llio llniiinkun
Attorney l.lxhtroot wnii nccn on the
street today, wenrlnR a new milt of
Inter-Ulnnd and O. l. & L. uhlpplng
books for eute at the D u 1 1 e 1 1 n
ofllce, 60 each.
Tako your rnrrlnge or automobile
tc llnwnllmi Uarrlage Manfg, Co., foi
It Ih officially niinounced that Hono
lulu i:iks will nmkc no pIlRrliniiRu lo
Hlln thin comlnR Fourth of .Inly.
W. (J. Walker, malinger of Ooknln
plantation, linn been nerlnimly III, nuf
ferlnR from pneimionla. Ho Ih now
. The Industrial Edition of the
Eve nine; Bulletin, wrapped
ready for mailing, 60 cents at B u 1
1 e t i n office.
Suzuki failed to appear nt the Po
lice Court this morning on a charge of
booze fighting nnd consequently hnrf
his hall forfeited
.lolm Dolor, manager of. the Union
drill, returned yesterday nfler n two
tucks' vacation spent In Itilo nnd nt
the Volcano House.
Kdwnnl Inghnm, manager of the
Parker ranch, Ii In the city for n fort
night. Ho Mill return early In July to
llnwall with his family.
W. McShano. who nllowed hln horso
to wnnder at will Instead of hitching
him up somewhere, wns fined $fi nt the
Police Court thin morning.
A private letter received from llllo
jesterday contains n denial of the
story that the pillars of the Hllo High
School are crumbling away.
.1 Johnson, who had a peach of n
Jag on Inst night, slept in tint lockup
till this morning, when ho nppenrcd
before Judge Ixnig, who soaked him $7
foi the offenso.
Kutekanl, Puliation nnd Mai pun.
three natives who had n scrap on Fort
street on Saturday night, were up be
fore .ludgo Long this morning nnd
were each fined Ifi.
The Senate .lonrii.it ins been com
pleted nnd has been tent to lh Presi
dent, tfccrctnrs of the Interim, Presi
dent of the Senate, Speaker of tho
House and other oulcbls at Washing
ton The i:wn "Scratch Team" of base
bailers defeated tho spcclnl nollco
team by ,t score of 17 lo 11 yesterday
Klhs unci Moyers formed the battery
of tho winners nnd Soma and Helm
dlil like duty for tho losers.
The dredge Governor will hence
forth have A. .McDuflle lu charge of
her dipper, McDnnie has been work
ing for n. D. Mead of the Planters' Km-
ployment llurenu In tho ham ling of
tho strlko breakers. He handled tho
dipper on the Governor when Alnkcn
slip was dredged,
Sung Chong, tho Chinaman found
guilty by a Jury In Judgo Do llolt'n
court, on a charge of cruelly to nn
Imnls. in which the shooting of n neigh-
bors dog wns tho feature, was fined
J20 nnd cobIs by tho Court this morn
ing, nnd rcmnndod to Jail pending pay
ment or tho flue.
Chauffeur Stevens, who got into pll
Ikln out nt Moanalua some time ago,
nearly caused nu accident on Satur
day mi King street outside the ofllce
of Wells, Pargo Co. The chauffeur ran
his machine alongside the curb where
A. M. Promt's buggy wbb standing.
Tho horse took fright and an accident
wns only nertcd by the prompt action
of tho owner.
8u Slice, nllas 8u Shi, nllas Sim
Slice, who appealed from an order of
tho U S. Immigration Commissioner,
will lenrn next July 10th whether or
not sho remains hero or goes west,
namely, hack to tho Celestial Umpire,
whera sho originally originated. Sho
was ordered depot led about two weeks
ago. The easo will b0 heuid before
Judgo Doio on tho ilato named,
Tho Imporlnnt question "Why Is
mlsn?" will be decided on Tuesday
when tho case of tho United Statos
against Fujiyama Is called. It In
volves the classification or that inter,
estlng Japanese nrtlclo of food, mlsa,
and Uncle Sam will doubtless bo
placed nt rest regarding Its exact na
ture after It has been legally Invcstl
gated, Tho enso will bo tried beforo
Judgo Dolo In Iho Federal Court.
Kaawnpa, n mlddlo-ngcd Hawaii
an expired suddenly nt Wallau, Koo
Inupoko, this morning, according to
a report which was telephoned to
Sheriff Jarrott this morning,
From the meager report to hand,
I' appeals that the man hnd been en
gaged ns n strlko breaker at Wula
luu, and had walked from Hint place
to his honlo at Willlau nn Saturday.)
Ho hud appeared very fatigued on
Ills arrival ut his house and hludeath
must hnvo occurred shortly after
ward. Tho Sheriff Is inclined to
think Hint It Is n case of heart fail
ure. Dr. Pratt will go over to Koo-laupol.-o
this afternoon sometime
nnd make nu examination of the
THE BEST IN THE CITY. NO DAMPNESS FIREPROOF NO BUGS
CITY TRANSFER CO.,
JAS. H. LOVE.
82 King St., opp. Union Grill. - Phone 152.
FAILED TO AGREE
SAN PUANCIBCO. Juno 20 - Tlic Ciiltmmi Jur, after twenty hours'
dcllberntlou, hns fulled lo ugice, and has been dlsehaiged. The poll
showed leu for nntiilttiil nnd two foi lonvlctlou.
i i m
Takahira Won't Talk
WASHINGTON, June in Anil-nssndor Takulillu has leturneil to
Washington from his Western trip. He declines to tnlk eoueernlni; the
situation In Hawaii.
CRUISER SUNK IN MANEUVERS.
LONDON, June Ii The cruiser Sappho Is hcllovcd lo linxe been
sunk today during the naval niancuvors off Duugi ss lifter u itilllsiou.
Her crew was saved.
Tho Sappho Is an old vessel, hnving been built in 1.SD1. She carried
27.'! men. She is "Oil feet long nndhnd n displacement of :!,IOo tons.
Slip Is ono of ten ships of tho Apollr clnss, which me being icniovod
from tho effective list.
TKNK1UKPK. Canary Islands, June 20. - An enrthiipaKe Declined
here todny. The village of laod felt the shock most sevcioly. i.uvoral
houses being dcslrojed. No cusunltlch have ben reported.
MADISON, Wis., June 20. Nebuco hns been released.
The Standard Office Filing Cabinet is the
It is used in every office and known to be the BEST.
OFFICE SUPPLY CO.. LTD., Agents
A geiitlemun's diamond ring was lost
A liberal reward, at S57 Kauhumanu
A lady's laco handkerchief lost near
Onhu College, lewnril If leturned
to this olllce.
You cannot afford to overhsik the
specials for Monday, Tuesday mid Writ.
nesdny nt N. S. Sachs Dry Goods Co.
Hcmcmhcr! Tho Owl cigar Is tho
5s cigar with tho 10c quality. Sold by
every dealer because Its demand Is
Subject to Immediate acceptance,
the Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd.. Is
making nn exceptional offer for secure
liiM'Btment. Investigate It.
The SchumaiiCarrlage Co. aie rai
ning a largo and well selected slock
of automobile accessories which will
Interest all owneis of machines.
Order nur stoe coal of the llono
liilu Construction and Draylug Co..
Ltd., Phono 281, mid ynu will nnd It
far cleaner and better burning that
tho usual run of coal.
If you happen to bo going away on
vacation, you may need toilet articles
to replace thoso used during tho win
ter season. See tho stock nt Ilenson,
Smith & Co.'b, Hotel and Fort stiects.
The messenger bojs belonging In
Hit) Territorial Messenger Service lire
trained to "scoot" at tho drop of Iho
hat. You may always depend Uhhi be
ing promptly served when jou ring
All who nro planning for their vaca
tion should vlilt tho storo of the
Ilrown & Lyon Co. In tho Young build
ing and In the cool "coiy corner" look
over anil select from tho large stock
of classics nnd fiction their vacation
Tho caro devoted to tho flavoring of
tho soda water mailo by tho Consolidat
ed Soda Water Works Company Is not
excelled by physicians or druggists In
compounding prescilptliins, This ac
counts for the evenness of tho lla ur
ine In all of tho aerated water put out
by this company.
TIIK STUAMHIl Lnrllne, Captain
Wooden, of the Mnlson lino, will nrrlio
tomorrow morning from San Fruncsco,
Sho Is bringing 285 hags of mall and
2500 tons of geueial cargo, Including
lumber There ntv tweuty-ono pas
bcugois on bnatil her toi this pott
(Continued from PiMe 1)
the state and n citizen No longs
llgured in the matter nnd no hatchet
men sliiughteied each other and no
bloody protest opKised the court's
Fiom tho lime the court pro
nounccd the, lo him, meaningless
words "You shall be hung by the
neck until you ure dead" until tho
Hap dropped tills morning, the world
went on tho snmo ns usual, nnd the
I usy people about him did not seem
to have the slightest doubt In their
minds hut that the mint's decree
would he carried out. No ono whia
pctcd tho merest word that that
Migue utitanglble thing, tho Ameri
can Lnw, nu Invisible Juggernaut,
could lie questioned or dcln.wd.
He left Ills lianow little ell. No.
.'!. In Hie prison tills inoinlng with u
smile on bin face and walked without n
qualm to wheie the last foiiuallty of
I lie law, the death wmiiiut, wns
lead to li In i b High Sheilff Henry
lu the hitter's olllie. ll'J stepped,
I'uund, on the tinp, still with his In
smttiihlc Oriental smile' Hint told so
much better than words what u faicc
he thought the' pioceedlngs were,
nnd nt 8:17 tho trap wns spuing
nnd dtopped him Into eternity. It
wns otilv six lect to eternity.
The Hev Mr. Ming prayed with
the doomed prisoner until he died,
nnd the ptisoti authorities know ho
died ll Christian with the same
Inset utubln Oriental smile, and six
teen minutes ufter he was pronounc
ed dead, Hie Japanese convicts look lilm
down and toro down the scaffold
ulso wltli tho same Inseiutnblo Ori
ental smiles. The first legal execu
tion in llnwall for tlneo years wns
Tl'i; MIKAllALA, arriving from
.Mnul and Molokal polls, euteidaj
moiiilng brought 4000 bigs or sugar
from Olonalu Susar Com pan v, :io head
of enttlo fiom Molokal ranch, 110 bags
potatoes. 21 bundles hldus, 02 hogs, l!i
crates chickens. Piuier Kekuewa re
polled strong N. 13. trade wind and
heavy sous on tho return lilp
TUB MAUNA KDA. which Icms nt
noon tomoriow for llllo, v.lll ctury
mall ror the Stales, to bo tiausroned
to the Matson liner Kutei prise, which
will sail fiom Hint pint Juue 21
Till: CANADIAN-AUSTHALIAN lin
er Aorung! is expected to nnlve froai
the Colonies next Wodnoilji bhe
ill alio earn mall for the I'tilied
States via Canadian poiih
W W AHANA CO.. TAILORS
- , TIDES
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Moidiy June 21
, N 1 It Nl'"-i o ii "I I Hi- I '
P S H Si lmls foi lln.iii'iilii
SAN FltANCISCO -Sailed Jinn 2.
Prhr W II JIiirHioii. feu Hilo.
Itliltie IrnmiiKl. fin llonoliilu.
I'OitT TOWNSf.NH Anhid Iiiik 2''1
Srhr It 11 Hind li iiri' Juue I.
ui:ATTI.i: Salleil lime J"
S S. llvades fu Honolulu
TOMORROW AT TEN
IrclcRM telegtatns fiiun the 1111
oiilan nnd l.urllue hne Ixen ic.'eh
I'd Ii) Cusllo H Cooke ill lolo
Sent June 19, ut S p. m:
Tii Cnslle ft Cooke, l.lil.
S p in. 1,021 miles; weather flue;
nil well. IIII.ONIAN.
Sent June IP, nt s p. m:
To Castle & Cooke. Ltd.
8.30 p. in. 7!io miles orf; moder
ate trade wind; passed llllonlnu nt
1 p. in. WKIJDCN.
Sent June 20, nt S p. m :
To Castle & Cooke, Ltd
n.:ih p. in ; 170 miles off; inodni
ule tliides, will aiihi. '(Juai ant luc
ubifiit HI u. in. TllfMil.ii
Moiul, u .la pa nine, who anheil
lioui Kauai on S.itunla, was not
long nl liberty to enjo) the city
sights, ns ho win nnes-ed on Sun
day morning for thp thcrt of u li p.i
dcrmle syringe from Lie Holllilor
1)1 tig Couipaui,
It appeals that Monil U!li'd the
thug stoic nnd nsked to be shown
some syringes. He was clioun two,
but did not appear to ;n sutlslled
'.villi, them and asked -.o see sonic
moie. Whilst the i lei I; was gelling
some oilier h tinges .v.o,i.i went out
lo a hack which was waiting for
li I nt and oil his ictuiu the ileil.
mlised one of the tnscs
Monzi. on being questioned, denied
Knowing nii. thing nlmui the missing
svilnge and lnlti'd a polite ollleer
who had Ik in summoned lo seairh
him. Notlilng was found on li I in.
Mid the inaltei looked m.istcrlous
until the policeman went out to the
hail, mid there found tile srlun in
' Monzl's mat poiket.
j The man was ni-resttd, nnd on bo-
Itir- fcrt'i i ..ti.,.1 ..I ll,.. n.illi.n Ui.ttl.xi
, ''.. r,,..,,v, ... ..,.j a ,,,.,, ...nl,,,,,
j v ns found to have $'11 lu his po-tscs-slon.
lie Is evidently n vlitlm lo the
inorphlne habit, uh his legi .lie iov-
ered with the 111:11 Kh of needle points.
whcie the ding It ih been Injected
Monzl will appear lu uniii lonior
ton lo niihuii !" a f li 1 u of laieim
In the seioud ilegH
i MADE BY LEAL
I Clliif l.e.il and bis t'fiulis rildeil a
'gaiubllug joint that was being inu
duiUd III Hie old (Juecu Hiiima Hall
Ion Satiitduy ufternoon. I.lghl Jap
Inne.ie were eaptnred mid conecd
Mil tho pat 1 ill wagon to the Police
, The party, which had been Indulg
ing lu the delights of "7-11." was
I followed to the loeK-up uy a hunch
of friends who qulik.y I1.1IUH the
jj-auililers out ul the in:e of $10 per
Tho limner of the metised were
culled this inoiiiliig In limit, but
till) one lospondcd to Hid call. Sev
en of the men piefcned lo foi Tell
their ball and It tonscquciitly cost
them ten dollars eaih. l'uKuiuurn,
who appealed lu touit, had only to
dig up $0 ns 11 line, nnd no doubt
the test of the itowd wish they hud
faced tin) Judge Instead of forfeit
Till: AMKIHCAN-IIAWAIIAN Cu.'s
eteaiiii'i Mexican Is lushing her carg '
to land ut Hie inllioad whail with tin
W. (1. Hall elongslde transferilui! im-
go lo her. She cxii'CtH to sail next
Thuisilay for Kuiial and fiom Ihiie 1-1
Kuhuliil and llllo. .lull 2 U Hie il..tL
iet for her diqiai turn fiom the :.i, 1 !
pott for Sillna Cru., .Mexico.
THi: AMI'.inCAN-HAWAHAN eom
imns's fielnhter Mexican. Cuni'iln Tun-
ley, with h in lix il last Salmdii fi")iu
the Stateu. will pi-obubly lune thlb
port for Pint Allen. 011 Itaiul, int
TI1111 hiluy alteinoou She is iriloull ig
her maliiluml eatgo at tho Anerlum
Till: STKAMEIl Kinuii n Hun-
fiom Kauai yesteidu) with :. getiei il
cargo. Purser Gruliu reports the lol
lowing sugar iiwnltlng shipment on
K'aual. I!. H M , 700H bagii; W., aim,
Mule, 60.COO; Mcll, 45 800, C. P,
10 213; I. P, 2311, II M., 10 1(2, O
l. 28,0 1S1 M. S. Co.. 37,0)0,
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I'lut quiirter of the moon lune 25.
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Hutiilay. Juue 20.
Slmr. W. (1. Hull, Thompson, fiom
Ahuklnl. ii tn.
Mini. Mlkalinln, Xlltt.lt. fiom Moln
kill mid Maul ports. 2 u. in.
Sinir. Klnau, (lu-gory, from Ivtiti.it
l)its. n. in.
f DEPARTED I
.Monday. June 21.
Stair. J, A. Cummins for Wiiliiiuii.i
i lo 7 ii m.
SAIL TRIDAY 1
Slinr. Nop, 111, for Knpia. and other
Kauai pons. ."1 p. 111
Per stiur. Kliuiu. from Kami purls,
lune 20. I' It It-ptiberg. C. II. Jen
nings W. 'Hiinfeid M J. Penelra. It.
II. MuioiiHchle. (1 McN'Icols. Mis. Ll
f Unn. C. I'. H.nlik A. V Petirs, It (1.
1 Hetideifon. Mis Mnllni. I lee Fat.
I Per stiur Mlkal'.al.i fiom Molokal
,:unl .Maui pints. .Ini.e in ('has. II.
I Krinier. (lee W C'nrr, .las Morse, M.
Turin, II. Jlininv. . botizt. A McCahe.
Mr. Kamakii. Jan. Muuro" (! Van
liliig. Mrs. II. ll .lnhi and 1.1 deck.
I PASSENGERS DOOKEO ')'
Pi r stun. Mautiu Ken. Freeinnn. foi
Mnul and llllo Juno 22. 12 noon F.
Hiiirlsoii, Dr. O Class. .1. McCrosRon,
1 1'. IJcdvmmi Mi. iMuluer unit wife. I.
ID. Weight. F. M. Knight. Muster Con-
nut, Herbert llerg Muster Tullogu
Mlis A. Low. Mir M. Austin. .MIhs V
I 11ntln. Miss Wilcox. Miss (i 11. Oil'
son Mm. A. .1. (lelsy. Miss May Me
Alllster. Miss D. McAllister. Win
Wilght nnd sen. Dr. W. I! Ilwirs. ('. A.
II.ikhs. II. M llolie-tH. It. (1 Hi-iiilii-sou
Mary Ani, Mis. It ll-ilii". II A.
(illeii. 11 L. Holstiili. Miss .1. I). I lot
ii"r. .Muster K. Willie, 8. L. Deshu.
fii-n Deiliu. Mni) lloiiiurHiui. Miss Nel
lie Curev. Miss M. lliirhein Mi 1. Fer
11 indez nnd ..on, Mrs. J. (1-irrli. Sam
Woods nnd vitro. Mag. Scott, .Misses
.Man. I'.lna Curtis, Goo Iridic Turner,
Mlsa P. N. Caller Ml'is Shem.dd. W.
Moig.111, II. C. Motgan John ll.'cl.
man lieig Mrs. CauCeuiau and patty,
Indue A. A. Wilder mid wire. Mis. M
Class. Mudniii riobrlno. Miss Suillh.
Mis." D. It. Cowan .Miss ltulh lletiliiu.
,ls (Ini) Miss Itoherlsoii. II. A. It.
Am tlu. I'ouriull Ahrens. W. Ilesh''.
M:s Alliens, Miss Ahrens and seivani.
Miss Alliens. Miss Williams. Hoi hoi I
Slilpmuti. Douglas liatnou. Miss ('.
FIiIpiiihii, Mrs, W. II. Slilpiiiiiii, Mug.
Slilpiuau. J M. Ililght and wife. I l
'iiianl. Jr. T. Ilennlng. lien liuaii. ,li
W I Idgaie, Dr. II. Hiilehett. A w!
Itleh irihiiu nil I wife Mix Kap'lii.
IPse Kiipi 11a, Ml.s M. Woo, MIhs li.
Iloileithh M leu I) Masekau. CI1I11 :
S11I. P. C llrelsi, .1. v. Wiuliiiiiu. II.
Hind, .1. I'. Joins, ,M.H Cockelt. Sing
Sttl I'b in. Miss l.llll.iui Muiidon. Miss
Anna Jlundon. J. I". Men 111. II. D. Lee.
Per slmr. Kltriu. (itegory. for Kauii
lune 22, 5 p 111 Nellie ICnpulo, Mis.
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Per ntnir Mlkuhahi Tullelt, for j
lokal and Muul pons, .lim,, 2, 5 p ,.,.
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75T- HULLETIN AO0 PAY -Tn
Sea Wrens, $100
18-foot Motor Launch with 4-Cyc.e
Motor, $175, Complete.
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AND MACHINE WORKS
Kins St. opp"v4 South SL
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