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RVEXIN'O nUt.LBTIN, IIOXOLBM. T. II.. TiintSIUY, .TAN. 57. 1010.
for Infants and Children.
Don't Poison Baby. .
FORTY YI'ARtf ASO almost every motlicr thougtit Ik child mint have
pnrt'gorle or laudanum to make It sleep. Thcso drug will produce Bleep,
ami ii few drop too ninny will prodttco the itlerj. IVoin ivlilcli llicro It
no uniting. Mnnynro tlio children who havo been Mllcil or w!ioo health has
hern mtneil for Ufa by paregorb, laudanum ami morphine, each of which Is a
mirciilic product of opium. Drueslat, nro prohibited from Mlllng cither of lh
narcotics named to children ut nil, or to anjbody, without labeling tVr
"poion." Thu ilcflnkion of "narcotic" Nt " A medicine which relttrf 1i!i
'and jimilucct thcji, but which njmlronouM ifoei jiiWhccj ttupoi; co iti,'n:"j!
duns ami itcath." Tlio tnslo nnd smell of lucdiclnct containing opium nru i"
rnlscd, unit hold under thn numesof "Dropa," "Cordials," "Soothing Byrupi,'
etc. You i.liould not permit any niiiJIeluu to bo ;lven to your children without
j on iirjoiir pli.vddutt know of what it iscumoscd. C'tutorlit cloi'i not con-
(.nature of OutSx!7i&&j&U
Physicians Recommend Castoria.
Xluve fieqiimily tiwrlbul Caatorla for com
tiiou alliuifitJul cbllJrvli Willi gooa re.ultf."
W. A. ClUXDUL, M. D ,
lijfftlo, N. Y.
"Ai tha father of tlitrtirn cbfilrm I crrolnlj'
IlltoiT Kunttbloc alout your st hkhIIcIiio anil,
kIJ from in own family riinrtime. I liair. In
uj )rar if practk-, fotiliil Caitcrta a luipular and
t lUUt ut nuiej. la at-.t'wt every boiur."
Vx. J. JKCiuxn, M I) ,
Children Cry for Fielcher'c Castoria.
In Use For Over 30 Years.
CUT RED TAPE ON
Congressmen Will Take Steps to
Make the Way Easier For Aliens
to Become Citizens of This
Country Present Laws Unsat
isfactory. In a nutshell, tho naturalization laws
provldo for n lot of red tnpo nnd not
half iniiagh clerks to do tho work.
1 hey ought to be rcvUcil.
A man seeking citizenship must not
ho Heated liko n man in tho bread
Hue. I shall unik us haul as I kno.r
lion to get a decent law.
1 he World has ilono a 1 ublic duty
In railing tho conditions to the ntten
Iciition of tils peoplo at lare. It Is not
n imtitlcnl matter. I belle, e that the
hlmrln mailing of The World's storle
In CongitHs vw lit hilng united nctioti
lor proper conditions,
Several New Yni'.t Congro.isiuen
Etali-il yLsteiday they were iiriiaied nt
acts set forth by Tlio World regard
lug thu hardships that ennfront would
be citizens under the law. I?ach nun
ti'en pledged his support to any nieas
uro tliat will do uivay with led tap?
nnd unfair conditions.
Congressman .1. Van V. Olrott saU
ho ronsldeied tho naturalizutlon liwi
utlcrly inadciiualu to meet tlio na
'Tho filMr-mont of rniKlltlons made
by Tlie Woild Is I ho fairest I have -.
cr n'en," lip til. It makes pulillcly
i'ldent tlio fart known to overy olllclal
that tho I iw contains ninny ahiurd
Itles, nnd Hint ai pnlahm Is ninde
for half enoiush men tu carry out Hie
tlio tci'ker after citizenship,
to Reeks ufli-r illlzenslilp.
Natlo-i Lotti Good Citizen:.
"It Is nlmirvt rrlminal for tlio cnitn
try In foito mi honest H'ckor nfler
(tilzenrblp tn haunt Iho lmruau day
and night, stand In linu for hours only
In be told tn come again nnd compel
him In drag two men with lilm Into
court tin ce or four times In nrdor to
. Iii'coiuu n citizen,' Tlio result of thin
hi lint w get Iho mun with nntlilng
to do but nboy tludr polllleal ni-in-ngers
and keep In line. They hnvn
millilng tn lose. Tho nuntry loses
us tllli'iiH Iho hni dwoi king inen, tho
honest nieictiants, who cannot spun
il'i' nfler diy tn v n uriin tjlr rI
t'i" l-i inwoiml
'"Ih" ii men giln - "ki'i-I". I Mm n'
vrij- g-i.(j v mnt n'ld H'nrlv glvo on
the I'M '' h"on n'n-j c It "-ti a t ttsr
hoaiil! In fvi.- a! a rQlslon of tho
law to,-'') away with rod tapo and urn
necessary hardrhlps, and I nm In favor
of doubling or trebling If necessary,
tho cHlco forco of tho bivau hero or
wherever perfsnary so seekers 'after
cl Iziisblp ran bo attended In on tho
day they make application!"
Pledfied to Amerd the Law.
C(.igr(!scm,n Henry M. Onldfoglo n
member of the CnmicBBloml Commit
teo i't Immigration nnd Naturaliza
tion snlil; j
"I i"M going In follow Iho rxnmplo
nf ,Iii''gi Hnyl nnd miki n liersnml
"niiiimllnn of conditions, Tho next
tln-e il' naturnll!"itinii Hun forms I
n-i ooin-r In Ijo right tbTO and stay
tlnnti-shniit thfl ihiy natch llin work
)i or tlK cletk'i office and hear the
I'lcles nf Iho men. I.linvo known that
llilnu wt- not sa(lcfaeory, but tlio
iiitKICM in Tlio 'World havo given mo
'I flnd your Cattorla : vttj brneCclal la tie
treatmiut ot cLIIilriu'i alljit-titf ."
r. D.yh, M. D ,
"I object la what are railed patent rjcClclnes.
win re nialf r alonoktioua ubattu.ll U mt Inlbctn.
but I kntiw tbe formula of ) our Caa'jiriaaililal! u
ItaufeliipniiMrciHia. I Jngo It 1 1 Inj a ur u.o
ful, aa well aa h&nuBe family tneCltlno.'
v. ii. hkivk, si. n ,
Ur'uuUu, N. T.
lers at Manila, lltienos Ares and llo
n tiaw IiidIsIiI Into eondltlons and I This decade has seen the begln
lileilgMiiMielf to gie every nFklstaacei"l"B and development of depart
In teeming a new law that will pro- !"ieuts Into well-nrgnnlied national
ldo n reined fur uxlitliw coiull'lons. jmuvcmenls. such as the Army and
"it Is astonishing tint the t mi Npw ''. " "-ouniy. inuusiriai. immi
iii I; oillees. tint are mint, than self- KrilIlt. Illulc "" HrtlRltms nnd llojs'
siippoiilnj ct.inot get rnmigli clerks ."l'lrl,,IL"1B
to tako care or thu.loa',' Ilns of oi- During 1909. 13 buildings wero
plic.ints and that the taxpayeis of,f,n:,e'l " "nlaiged at a cost of $0,
Iho country nint put up $20 000 yenr-1 so0-000- Theie are bulldlr.rs under
lv to even keen t!u nroaent svsltm In w"y ""d nssuied which will cost
"Tlio ted lupr mat Is giving woulil
bo cltlztns Fuch a wrong Idea of this
uountiy Is going In bo cut out this win
ter." Conditions Rotte-i, Says Rlordan.
Congressman Daniel .1. Illordnu said:
"Conditions governing thu naturali
zation of citizens under Hie present
law are rotten Just that lotteii.
"Two J ears ntco a congressional com
mlsiH ie((mimcnded Hint tho farco
.of a llrst ilrclarntloii he ilone away
villi and that If a man could bring
witnesses to show that he had been
n I iw abiding re3lde.1t of tlio country
for flvu yoars and know about our
form of government ho might become
11 citizen. In Iho courso of congres
sional action tills was lost In the
"As thu law stands It Is unfair to
tho applicant, no matter who he Is.
nd pirlleulirly unralr In a man In
the nvy. It Is unfair to tho men a
unn must nsk to bo his wlinetrcs. II
Is unfair lo the cnurlB and to tho
clerks. 1 will vvoik heirtlly fnrti prop,
cr levlslon doing away with tho pres
The other day a little girl of ten
der jeaiu. who was a regular pupil
ni 1 ne new (,'e-mty Council fcchnols
fell from n ladder while at play. Her,of these' 1C7C pa8scu leriiutIonal
mother tu?ht her u-i from tho
ground In terror, exclaiming:
"Oh, darling, how did joit full?"
".Vertically," replied tho child,
without n moment's hesitation.
"She had a good lnnbaiid,"
"Hut she. got n dlvorco fioni lum.
"Yes. She didn't know what a
good husband ho was till Bho saw how
geneiouuly he hehun-d about the nil-
moil " Washington Star.
(Iieat damage to slirop Interests
has been done III Navada by tho cold
YOU have to keep purrina clmr to get
llle Hood nf II, Samt Uillh a bujlntjj.
An effective way to "Puffy our
"Business just now is to SEND
UEAUTIFUL CHRISTMAS CAKDS to
acquired and desired customer.
JV U4 about the printing oj Unn.
13 ON HONOR LIST
ICEV EUlLDlNfJ WILL BE
Decade's Record Shows Increase in
Valuation of Properties nnd an
ImmciiM Increase in Member
ship During- Last Ten Years.
do-nde's record nnd nnminl
of the Y. M. C. A. linn Just
been published, nnd n copy sent to
Paul Super, seciotRiy of 'the Hono
lulu V. M. C. A. It Is Indeed won
derful rending. Cooperation with
local forces, on n newly-devised nlnn
JlniH pl.iyeiNn large part In equipping
tlie Avo l.illon no Hint ItJ property
bus InitciimuI funi $20,000,000 to
tr,ti,6()0,uoo In ten jears.
Men, rallioadg and forces have
wrousht nut an ndvanco In Cn inula J
mill Us new northwest. llulldlngs
hnvc Increased In ten ears from 29
to r.5, and their Millie fioni $700,000
to $2,000,000. The Pacllle C&ast
cities iilnioit ullhout an exceptlnn
liao pinvldcd new buildings within
tho decade. In New Kngland within
two months $1,500,000 was thus
pledged, and the plan 'has been
wmkt'il cqunlly well In Shanghai,
Manila and Honolulu
New fortes liac been developed
nnd couibliied In Mexico, South
Amerlcii, tlio Philippines, Australia
nnd South Africa, with American
un.....lhl,.. .. Ill.l.. ,1... .lnM.fn ...!
Int. ivuii no, ...itiiii iiiv uvtiuir, uilu
mining the results Is u $150,000
I building for the City of Mexico As
ik) l.illon, tn whlili the goxcrnment
jtnlliiud has given $30,000,and oth-
The turrent expenses
otnl -$7,500,000 mote. The iciords
show n membership of 4G5.000, u
t lilt tl of whom are from Industry's
1 auks. The attendance nt religious
services totals 4,055,000 men and
boys (nn Increaso of 2,200,000) nnd
101,700 In lllble classes, guarantee
the vitality of Christian purpose.
The educational department pio
vided facilities to train 49,148 stu
dents. Twcnty-ono thousand educa
tional clubs have been started;
tvvelvo trade schools wero put In
working older; 5400 practical talks
were given; 135 outside schools
wero fornn-'d; 2184 teachers were
provided; 05 educational secretaries
supplied; ami 375,000 tuitions
The Association lllble study has
quickened the minds, nrouted the
nmbltluns nnd nourished the souls of
scores of thousands of bojs and men
of many types. During tho past
decade sevent-threo study course3
wore given In city, town nnd rall
lo.id associations; 2100 classes for
boys wero Instituted; 1950 classes
for men; milking n total of 4050
classes for tho past decade. The
number of bojs In these clnsbes to
taled 32,100, the mclk 30,000, mak
Ing n grand total of (A, 700 students.
Tcday, ns for fifty years, the As
coclnttous nre showing evangelistic
power with men. During the pnBt
len cais there have beon 2,709,172
men at tho men's meetings In illy,
town nnd rnllroad associations; there
have been 849,289 men present nt
shop meetings; 20,110 piofesscd
conversion, 11,582 luntocr work
ers, while 4934 men and boys hr.vo
The phyblcal department pre
scribes scientific muscular exercise to
Incie.ise vigor and strength, so that
the body may become the servant
of the wilt. During tho past dec
ade, 210,202 men and bojs havo
become membei s of phslcal training I the Honolulu V. M. C. A rnlscd
departments In connection with V. $42,000. Amongst some notnble
M. C As.; 191.425 otheis have been Bfu for ,ia ercctlon of now Y. M.
taught; 071 gjninnslunis havo been a Ai in,,nBB. iionolulit stands
in operation; 407 dlicttors havo nfth on the honorB list, with 11 sin
tmiBlit; 7113 leaders havo been uc- Ble nntloii of 150,000 by C. M.
live; 8001 athletic teams have taken jCooke. Honolulu Is nlso mentioned
the Hold; :,7,01C men nnd boys liayo BtnnilliiB IiIbIi In tho honors lUt
been ineiubers of Iho teams; whilo fo. donations of 110,000. nvesuih
12,200 have been necoinmodiited In ,,, we,0 recoVC(1 uy the local V.
cnn'!,i, Im. C. A., the donors being II. P.
The rnllionil depaitmeiit, one of n.tmvvln, Mis. .1. M. Atherton, J V.
tho largest brotherhoods of the niackfold, the Isonberg family nnd
'wot Id, combines In Us buildings, the .. itlii.rs fn-imes wlthlioldl. Tho
club and tho home. All needs nro
IIH.I Hum u.iino, -siiuillllll, I1UII1II-
- " "
torj and pool tables to fust aid, 11 -
uii.1- mill imi.hu mias, wiiiiuui.bum f Jlfl4,G00
luuuKiii 111 piuiu, lur (nu wuiiuiu 01
ileal ly 2.000,000 railroad men of
Ninth America. Dining the past
ten jcuis 243 1 .ill load associations
have beon In active operation, with
a menibosshlp of 75.721; theio wore
isu DuiKiings valued nt il,25!),oso,
with nn expundltme of J1.12G,r.l0.
Ai 1110 iiiuio classes unit meetings
S.-.1.C73 men weio -i nfciiiUlicn;
235,312 books weie 111 clMibillm.
from the dlffeieiit ngjo-U'ltu II-
hi at lea. Tlieio weie 7US lllble ntu
dents lu tbo ralioad deiaitmenl.
The ten jeais' work betteilng
boys chows that 700 oigauUitlous,
with a combined membership of 90,
ooo, wcro In operntli-r Umploj
iiiient wih seiiircd for 3500. There
were 10,000 on luiumlttcca; 25,000
daily ntlenilailce; 200 teachers con-1
dueled Hie iducntlo:inl work; there I
wero SOOO pupils In the educational
ilarsei; ISO immnlatlong conducting ,
lllblc clnses, hmlngn tinililncd nt
U'liilaiuc of 110,000." Tlieio wero
10,000 hoH In cainpj during the'
past decade. I
The navy assoclntlcu has beronio
a national movement, endorsed by
nlllcurs and tlio enllited force as mi
executive ngency In tlio making of,
sterling character. The property In .
the nine branches has been valued
at $2,tlG,650. Tlieio was nu at
tendance of 592,002 during the past
len years; U5,;t03 wtue lodged; 43,- '
133 attended meetings; 31,389 at
tended socials; 905 Joined as lllble I
nnd prayer lengue members; there
were 1904 cotneislons and 12,000
The nrmy nsboclatlnn brought
cheer and good news to tlio lonely
nnd Isolated tnhllcis In Alaska and
tlio Philippines. Tlicro have been J
9 associations operated during tlio
past ten cais; with a membership
r ,i9b2. tlieio lire six buildings In
working order; 908 enlisted men
joined as Illblo nnd pracr Icaguo
members; 42,034 attorned the meet'
lugs; 9S.18S attended tho socluls;
Cl educational classes wero opened;
124,094 library .books went Into cir
The Industrial department moves
tho association nearer to Industrial
wotkers, by establishing special as
sociations In mills, mines, finest sand
construction camps. This dcpait-
ment was organised In 1902, helps
nil departments In thu seivlco to In
dustrial men nnd bovs. Slxty-Ilvo
thousand Industrial wurkcis nro
Association work among Immi
grants helps them adjust their life
lo American civilization. It docs
this by teaching them the Hngllsh
language, the nature of our govern
ment and the. character of tho found-
ers and prcserveis of the republic.
Tlicro ure 15C such oignitUatluns nt
work, having eight port secretaries
In America nnd seven port secre
turles In Europe There nre 5600
students learning Hngllsh, under the
Instruction of 270 teachers. There
are 28 nationalities represented.
There has been an nttciiilnnco of C-
000 at the nrloll8 lectures.lnt which
six different languages were spoken.
Tho colored men's department Is
called to large scrvlio nmoiig the
10,000,000 iitycio Americans. There
are 130 associations, with n (nm
blued membership of 10.JJ10. Thcso
employ 33 setiolarles. There nro 21
buildings In opeiutlon, valued at
$230,000. The expenses incurred
for smuo Is $43,597. The utlcnd
nnie nt tho lllhle classes during the
past ten jeaia has been 41,922,
while 183,087 have attended tho
men's meetings during the sumo
Amongst students there nre 703
associations with 11 combined mem
bcishlp of 01,000. Tho buildings
nre valued at $1,100,450,. and there
arc 1S1 seeielarles employed. The
lllble and class students number 33,
000. Tho ten j ears' wejrU tn non-Chrls-tlitn
lauds has been phenomenal.
The number of countries cnteied has
been 15; Su foiclgn secretaries have
been cmplojed; mid 84 native secre
taries hnve been cmploeil. The
piopeity has been vnlucd at $1,159,
500 mid tho funds pledged amount
The lountry work (luting the
paBt ten jenrs amongst country bos
has also been a lecord one. There
have been 15 stuto and 51 general
hccietailes appointed; $150,000 has
been spont In running the 375 or
gunlzntloii8, with a combined meni-
bcishlp numbering 1,8,000.
Honolulu, with n itniiiilntlnn
nulv iini 4 2. nun liiliiililtnntu Klnmla
nlnlh on the ll.t of city huiidinga
under way or assured. Considering
ikt bho Is ahead of such cities as
iikcley, Cut.; "Halifax. N. s.;
Tuiupii. Kin., nnd Wheeling. W. V11.,
tpenkB well for the genoioslty of her
Tho t'nlverslty of Missouri has
lust rniiinlete.i ., new si.uleiits1
building at a cost of SliO.OOO. Of,
thtu kiiiii Pnul Ruiiel. Keeretarv of
(,oluln now V. M. C. A. building
,,vll net ' U-llli (IvtlirOU. inclusive Ilf
(Will COSl, W'llll UXllirCH, 1I1CIII91VU 01
Jtho puiihaso price for the laud, tho
What has comb to ho known ns the
"fair list" of the nations of the
IW1M1I1. Willi IS. IUII3U CUllllllieH WHICH
WIU be entitled to n '.continuation or
tho minimum mtes of tho Pn ne - AI -
'.irlOi lailrt bill, boon will bo nluci-tlly
Ioc,ia.ied by Picsldent Tnft.'
vtiijo- Hiiyimr of New Tom. hn3
,,, uneil ev..,T department h-Md nnd-
),,n thnt they mint Indulge hi ro
.fwp.tper Intorvlews nnd Usuo no sonio (lr the llslieimeii ntUched the
Biatuiuenls coneeiiilng tho business numbers to tho bints upside down
,1 lliuli il.tlirl.ldlntllu .ivnnnl fltc.ii.vl,.. .... ,.., i ..... ..... ...... ..
...-., ....... ,......u u.v.,. .iiiuiinu
for the stomach will be
of great benefit to
anyone, when it is
weak and nnable to
do its work properly,
thus, causing the blood
to become poor. But
be sure it is
Then you have the
best and purest that
science can produce.
For over M vears it
has been proving- its
merit in cases of Bloat
ing, Poor Appetite,
For sale by Benson, Smith & Co., I
Ltd.; Holllstor Drug Co., Ltd.;
Chambers Drug Co., Ltd.: IIIlo Dug (
Co.; and at all Wholesale Liquor
FORT DE Rralisj
A number of moves by tho officer I
nnd enlisted men of this post havo
been made dining thu piesunt week
011 authority r the special orders of
llcndqiinitcrs, I'mt Do Hussy. Con
ttderlng tlio very inl:iy weather of
the past month, tho suivey detach
ments havo imnlo great progress and
thu map Is fust joining together. The
remaining vvoilc la nio.ttly In tho
mountains and scar Kahuna, whcio
the detachments will piucecd nssoon
ns tho weather will permit. There
uio now a greater number (If survey
paitlcs at work than ever before
sluro tho urilval of Company (!.
Two 11101 e wagon tialno 1110 to ho
pent fioni this camp -to tho detach
ments engaged 011 tho survey of the
Island. There nre now seven main
(limps of tho survey parties, and
Iho of thcso will have to bo reached
by wagon and pack animals., The
now tialns will leave this post twice
u week and will ho met by pact:
trains fioni the detachments. Light
wagons aii being sent from the
ettites, nnd ns soon ns received will
ho used to help In this work.
The supplies from the Stales ure
ctlll coming Into this post for the
quartermaster depaitmeiit, and n
larco detnll of men from Company O
Is being arranged to locate them. A
girat many of the articles lecelvcd
nro for the miilu camp and will help
to make tho post a great deal mine
pleasant for tho men. Tlicro nro
ninny 111 tides nisei for tho bettor
equipment of the trnnspmtatlon now
nt this post and which will aid' In
gutting tho supplies tu the detach
ments. To Condemn.
The Inst of tho atllclcs to he
placed hefoio the Inspector havo been
received nt this post fioni tho de
tachment camps and have been ar
ranged M) that they will be ready to
he -acted upon. A number of tho
animals now ut Iho post stiiblcs will
r.lso bo plated hefoio him nu unlit
for further service.
I'Trst Class Prlv.ito Ilaimnu Meek,
Company (1, was sent to duty fioni
the hospital today nnd will leave for
Ills detri limcnt tomorrow. Ho Is
stationed nt Pcatl City. Corporal
White wns admitted to tho post hos-1
pkul this day from detachment nt I
corporal wane nns uccu
out with tho survey parties since his
"?,rlval tIlls lBl"ml- Corporal
Uured hoino tlm
who wiiB badly In-
me ago while on ilc-
ln('"e" B0,v,t0 "' mo iiiimiiimiw,
1 fn3t recovering and will bo with Ills
ujiiiitny i-r miuni.
Private Jules Morcler of Company
Q has lecelvcd his dlschaige. He
was with that uinipaiiy while It was
In Cuba, mid lips been engaged on
tho survey while hero.
TO NUMBER SAMPANS
Jnpaueeo sampan owners havo lost
no tlmu In coniilliig with Issued 1 em
ulations rugnrdlng thu numbering of
fishing s.uiipuiiB, and yesteidny nearly
every flshlug boat lu tho liaibor had
Its Ijowb decorated with iniinhorR of
tho ivgiilatlon size. It Is supposed
Hint tho Thetis Incident was tho cause
of so liiueh piomptncss on tho part of
II, Iiumium nl.nr...
J. S, Fox, an nppolntco of Superin
tendent Campbell, has charge nfotho
boat-numbering schemo, nnd yesterday
mado n trip to tho lUhlngbont quaitor,
necompanled by Dr. Mltamura, who Is
pi ei blent of n fishing rnmpnnv com
. ,,et.,i f ou hundred boats, both salt
1 , gasoline
Mltamura nxplalind 'o his men t'i
law lesuiilliv: numbers being attache I
t, " l.l.tw 'nih ntnl Mia ..fiilln-,l 11111.
n'lv r nm mmhin win, n.n 'w
and hefoio midnight neaily every bait
,.f m-h licet wis nuinberel.
nun uacKwit us. nut mis Will ail 110
I .......... j ............ .
miaiguicucu out many.
WHITNEY & MARSH, ltd
will begin on
TUESDAY NEXT, FEB. 1st,
when we will offer our entire stock or LADIES' WHITE
and BLACK SKIRTS, in SILK and VOILE, at
Greatly Reduced Prices ,
See Window Displays
' jRlirial'oBil CorrtsDoadtnct
x Agency for Hawaiian Wandi
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1028 Nuuanu St.
Closing Out Some of Our Lines
Worth of Merchandise to be Slaughtered
Regardless of Cost
The Greatest Sale of DRY
GOODS, MILLINERY, CLOTH
ING, FURNISHING GOODS,
SHOES, etc., ever held in Hono- 3
15, Gases of Goods
received per s.s. "Korea" will be
included in the sale.
Don't fail to follow the crowd.
For further particulars see our
L B. KERR & CO., Ltd.,
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1139 Fort St., Honolulu.
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