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CIRCULATION. LARGEST OF ANY NEWSPAPER PUBLISHED
in the Territory of Hawaii. . ,
-r I Editorial Wooms, - 1.85
e'iBuslne8s Office, - 250
Have more than thou showest,
Speak less than thou knowest,
Lend less than thou owest,
Learn more than thou trowest,
Sit less than thou throwest.
Tow InlelllKent people of the Ter
ritory misunderstand the tenson for
the couiliiR of tho Uus9lans.
I'ftul do I.onRpre has done better
linn Ella Wheeler Wilcox. Sho has
not even ougResled comltlK'hack
tpl,.t ..I.I. ,...,., ,..,,1.1 1..., nn.rmir
(III!. .,h,.:-,v...-.,l w, ..........
tho ItusslmiM who has cut lousenul
gone to woik may oo crcimcu wun
tho leveleat Head of the lot.
tter various experiments w(th ltl.t
many lltles. Colonel ItooatyMt Is tlio
,,. fli.il i.rdit.Siua In Btlrl (fntll hn
gels ii iiew-piulllon or-explodes u.
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Publicity for cnuipalgn contrlbu-
linns will leiiulie about twenty
ears of argument before It can ox-
poet to get bound tho committee-
Publicity for corporation returns
to be placed r.i lite iiiscicnon 01 ino
President nuts the Chief Executive
of the nation In n position to do a necessary for those who bellovo otii
great amount of evil as well as good eru'lpe to meet them nt their own
work. I game.
--- - - It would he u very gra'lifylng sit-
Doubting ThoniaBes aro always in uatlon If Hawaii could give ",tho
the majority. Hardly a man In Ha- warm a demonstration of how tho
.wall wliu has followed , tho BUgar prohibition Issusmny bo decided on
market believes that the futuro holdi Kg merits without Its supporters
anything but tho highest prices for marking their campaign by nn cx-
raw sugar. Yet nlncty-nlno of every (.optional nmouut of blackguardUui.
hundred wunt to see a quotation be-1 ; '
foro they really get In uinFunclc
their opinions vigorous!
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PROHIBITION AND THE W?frXx
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Tulk of, prohibition Is bcglnnliig
here In Honolulu In such, a. vigorous-
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blsclto campaign Is already on. 1
Judging from the bitterness of tho ." cimuutus.ui t.,,,..u ....-
t remarks ortercd by piljlblUun.ailVfii!-xJ,:or!"l"" Ilry lias proved that
11 V,. ihn r.,,m,,r,ii-n'n5FJr,irirf?riuH-''oxnl(rer has to work nnllo ns
be iinllko thnt In other parts of the
n.....H.. ...1. ...... tn...l.A..r.nnn In BllM.ll
1 lini seemed Impossible. Prejudlco Is
rampant, und what tho jirolflUItion -
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in laiiveiH in i ii ii oi aiiyunu no i-
' 'pens to disagree with them Is lira -
" "i,.,i ,..,u- i,v n.nir tut nt vii.innit.
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;. is so, for there are a great mauyl "" out ot Sir. Dearborn's propoal
f very honest and very senslblo eltl- "on for a t.nirUt steamship.
zens who do not believe that prohl
bltlou Is the best solution- of till
llnuor nroblcm. nud they nre not.
iViifraiii to sav so
I t,niraiu io Bay so.
I'lirinermore, unuouevcrs uccomo
'displeased when' they aro called
names by believers In prohibition, and
after the name-calllng stunt
gono on fort about so long. tney.
1! 'strike hark. Then follows a sorles
n .Inann. nvnknHnAa 4 I, n . tl'lll
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U. ioaa... o...u..b.o ...v ...
"measuro of self-control possessed byi
otherwise well-intentioned persons.
a V 7. '"""""""i '7 7.-. , J
An effort to roach a solution thusl
"" becomes a row, and the amount ot
t good accomplished Is reduced to a
' ' minimum.
J w The trend of thought on all ques-
1 1 tlons Involving moral issues has
' been steadily towards the conclu-
' sloii'that no ono set ot persons hai
a 'mortgage on all that Is right In
i Js.",'''', world.
' T Tlin t Iftia iirriB iirVilln onma VAiu Va
t ii v tiiiiu nua niivu Dviiuvi ivij . a-
.eollent people declared thnt only ono
wny offered Itself to humanity for
" , reaching Heaven, nnd that wos tho
' paUi marked out by n cortnln creed.
'Borne people believe this at tho proa-
cut day, but the number Is steadily
8o it Is with prohibition. 'iho
issue has been bubbling and running,
nuiiri uilMi npnliirllna. li nnnnta hnvn
over with prejudice; the people have
been told that there is no other way
to handle the evils ot Iritemporanua
than fin attempt to prohibit tho liq
uor traftlc. Kxperlenco, however,
,iias noi proven inui. uiu geiiiioiucu
flaying down this hard and fast 'rule
. .riflVn lltn nlisntllln rtfllt tt It Ttinl-n
?e other roads towurd the haven
When Informed that tho'support-
fcersof a regulated liquor trnfllo aro,
juy' their touclualona nnd nets, ally-
l '.Itig :theni8elveH with the low dives
thu drunks it tho community,
BULLETIN PUBLISHING CO., LTD.
- - Editor
PAYABLE IN ADVANCE.
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tntcted ftt the FWoftif' At llmtoluiu
APRIL 2. 1010
we nnvo always io romeniuer uiai
the tiny wan, not no very long ago,,
when tho men and womifn who hnifl
the K-merlty to entertain liberal
views on manors of religion wero
branded as mornl outcasts, and mure
to bo destined than tho heathen.
Wo should icmninuer Hint thnllb-l
who have rtu-
Jclded to Uiink for themselves InB'Wjii,OMviy dead sleprntlicr, hoo
survived the storm, nud, far from be -
ng R thnt was said of them, nnvo
established a standard of nioralsfothor than I-t
nud practical Christianity that Is al-M'r
tractliiB nn Inrienslnj; number of
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V,.,j K ,vn .IM -
Ubenil-liiluiled ones woro rnnsignein
t Hen in n great many iiiucicuifcn,n , Att. r tho dhoreo In
languages, but they linvo wun equni t
Iimlstonce though possibly without,
quite fo much notao nnd bitter words I
refined to go.
c..l. l.n u.na nnntllflnn BY tfttB i
Whcti tho prohibition Issue Is taken
up. There Is an opportunity for nn
han"1 '"rcfinc ,,f opinion, nnd "
iho prohibitionists will . not grant
tu,lt iwt e- tho case, thn oplnlonsj
wn i)0 i1Pid anyway. And In tlio I
0I1!j ru ti,0 liberal Ideals will win
I let ns hope thnt tho ndvocates ot
total abstinence will not bo
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tempernto In their speech or n etho
tciunernto in their sp
f rnmnnlirnlnc that it will be
The lldea of Uepubllcnns being
-wenk on the tariff Issue when it
como.i to a Bhow-down Is too much.
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non tlio goal I any votes uro iuruu.
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Commander I'cary. Is wtso to spoiut
1'" remdlnder of h s life enJolnB
hard to piovo It as ho Old to pit
therO, J '
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! 'oa Angoles still wants that
' ttciimslilii lino between Honolulu
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. nI San Tedro. It Is graTlfylnB tn
learn thnt they continue to think
about It, and molt edifying to know
what tho men In that section could
UAJJI.UUK. UN J.UbilAWS UML,
(Continued from Pace 1)
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Terrltorlnl novornment In tho event
! f "! V1""1,' Str'r
.1 to consider n'colutlon of the problem
I until it was reached.
. ,,.,,.,.,, ilannu rfntlii.rr.,1 nil
A lew oi ino Htissians gniuereu on
the grounds o, the Capfol tils ,-,r.
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Ing, accompanied by ViBchnoff, who
apparently ejected that aiotrter con-
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ferenco wns In order, but ho was ills
appointed, Thcro Is no further dlaua
rltlon upon thn part of tho Territory
to treat with tho Immigrants, It being
belluved that everything within rea
son has been dono to meet their com
plaints, A canvass upon n number of tho Im
migrants this morning In the company
of nn Interpreter revealed the' fact n
number of tho Hupslans when ques
tioned togcthec publicly declared that
they "would rather return to Itussln '
than accept work on tho plantations.!
When qucstloficd singly they, were'
very doubtful,' and countered with tho
quoetlon, "What can wo do In litis
Bla?'' Tho rinsing pf tho commissary, Ms
bollovcd, will linvo n, prompt effect.-r-
n. ii. i i..A ..
the Interpreter stating that rnmo of
tlio Immigrants did not see why they
should go to work whllo they) could
live for nothing, ,
HICKMAN-In.thls city, Mayh 2
19P), nt iho Knplolapl Miilernlty
Homo tn Mr, find Mrs. A. Hlckmtm,
Don't try to piaster problems In
'trigonometry beforo you have loai-n-
ed the multiplication table.
Governor's Secretary Also
Tries For Step
' father .
The Son FimicIhco papers) lnl nl
llcntitli with' Hie immune of rliiiiiUiiN
Mi-lli'da, fotninr secletnry l Uovcin
dr Ftenr. TIip Sun FrnholscO Clifbu
lele publishes the following account:
Claudius limit y Mulllide ul:d I-'loi-I'lico
Kllr.abeth Vale Mullrldo wero
mnrilod by Itev. William Carey Jliilley,
pastor of lhl Centennial Chtlxtlati
Church, In lite Manx Hotel jygtcrday
(iftcrnooti nt 8:80 o'clock.
Tin, uit.lilln&f lrnt'ofnlN llift rntml.
... ti .'. .. ...M.h..i...i.l.. . i ...... '
HltWMU Itl i( ll'IMUl HlttllU Minium,-. I. t I
Hum eighteen months ngii Mih. Mr
lltlilu penned a dlvnreo ftotn. Clamlliw
.ucnriuy. Mcicinry in uovetnor wai
ter Fionr of Hawaii, poet, bellolettrlst, ,
u-l. tl.iil ti liniL'nt In 111.. Il.livnltun tat.
nll(lHi Yestcrdiiy aftri noon llicy wero
From the time of tho dlvorco until
rthn event nt jesiprilay nn atmosphere
of almost iniredlblo IntrlRiio, Jenlousy i
.and occasional happiness hns.siirroiiii-
(led tho roiiiilu,
A strlkliiK f''iilnre. was addeit to tho
romnnro when JU'llildo staled that bo I
l.ntt flleni f.li.,1 rililv VMl pfiltltf fhrif lii .
nam(. he took lust before- the suppoHH '
t.putli. s not only IIvIiir, but In imiiu
'tank Melinite, presln'-nt
the Mcllrldo-!totlichlhl I'niif.itloi
ery rohipaliy.iif Sim l'rnltetseo. who I
turn- In Uiittn llttt-lmrM
"U '" B.lnlll llliriHIIII.
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,. '" ' ""' , '"",,, ., , , Uni. u
nomu )n October. IS0S, Mri. Miilrldo
camo to Snn ttanclsco, where Uie has
relAttves. I.sst autumn Mcllilde ro-
celved n vnrfue Intlnir.tlon reilectlng
ilvoreoc! wlfo. A few weeks
ngo li recehed a loiter from a woman
jo bus and ,, , c d n he roa
,ial , Wi,H lr)UlK t0 ,ir,undi' Mrs. Me-1
,)r,(( ,0 n1 aW(y ,v1 ll)n ,
MlK .urnii'1o had Vlinriv'nf the 7-
j-onr-old t.on, and the father detnrnilu-
,.,i to reiscuo the boy. lie obtained per-
I mission ircm me i,o.ernor,ui uonu
tn lenie Honolulu, ami arrived In S.m
so.ln-;l;:jnnrlHen last neek on the tmnsport
Thomas nnd registered nt the Hotel
U rr(imU 1crt o
Imlusliin from the Coventor of Hawaii
To his many friends here
hat ho was on his way
Washington to assist In lobbyliiR on
tho illstuiHlon of tho nnivndmciit of
tho HnwallHii Orgnnlc Ai't. nntno ever since.
Hired n Detsetlve. '. Discovered by ..Chance. v '
Mcnnwlillo'liu hired n private detect- m that' year Prank' Mcllrldo took'
Ivo nnd set tu wotk to Investigate tire' Claudius-tn Crlppl Cieek with, him,
nllegntlons contnlped In tho letter lip nnd operjcd n .brnncll business. Ho
hail received. Ilo found tlinl Ms wife , succeeded, but went to Trinidad, Col.,
nml child woio on a wurli nsrr (;bas'n ISiii' n JS31 Mr- Jirllrldo reccly-
topol, In Sonoma countr, v.'ir'4 her cd a letter stating' that hor husband
mothar, Mrs. Dobcia.ir. nnd so doter-.hnd
mined was no to gel tne cniui nwuy
'ft oni the mother that he laid' plans to
kldnnp tho boy if neceskary
Last Sunday afternoon Jlcllruio
went to Banta itosa nud found hli Vlfo
nnd hoy living dlscoiifolotely for want
ot n hiiabaiiil and fnlher, and tho rec
onciliation ensiled. ' I
Meltfldo tcld hlB"vlfo nbout tho let
ter ho had received, nud was satisfied
that th" whole thing was a fabrlcntlon
lif Jealoitsv. Tiey tnlkod over their
'.lt,r.n nml i,i..-,.l ll.nf II llflfl ttnr.ll
UIIIIIL. ...... ..,..wi. v.... .w ,,, , ...
brotmbt nbuut entirely hy the work of
tr.ttilrg toiiuta. Then they decidoa
ti take the noxt train to Snn I'raucls
co and rcmuriy. ,
Mcllrlde was horn in Colorado In
1 R 7 1 . Ilo was the son of II. I., and
Catilo A. Sherwood. When ho was 5
years of age his mother divorced his
father nnd murled a Prank Hnrrlng
ton. Tho Harringtons woro divorced
In 1898, and s'oon after Mrs. Sherwood-
Hnrilngton mnrtled Prank Mcllrlde of
Financed by n man named Mny of
Ouray, una In partucishlp with n man
named Slmpum. Mcllrlde senior start
ed In business In Pueblo, in IS9I It
was decided that Claudius and
i a B m a
MAN0A VALLEY4-Ncw three-bedroom bunijnlow'in
process of construction, near cor-line Choice cle- .
MAN0A VALLEY Two-story houso; 'three bed
" rooms; mountain nnd mnrlno view. House mod
ern, grounds well imnroved $5500
1IAN0A VALLEY--Bnildintrlots. We havetvo bar- '
Rains in building sites $950 and. $2000
MAKIKI DISTRICT Two barRtiins in Homes '.
....., $2000 nnd $3500
A ROOMING HOUSE HEAR TOWN Furnished ; to lease
for n term of years. Good opportunityitfor the rliUit
party. r , .
v FOR RENT
Several, FURNISHED HOUSES for ncriods of four to six
months. Rentals, $G04o $100 per month
Fort and Merchant Streets
i.uJ ;,imij,:i v ,.:
rr itti wmrti'imiiffl tiii HMtwmMesWriirTnWiinMgirwiiTO iniriri m imriip iw w mmmm i iiiwr iiiMfiif iiii w smm
Trent Trust Co.. Ltd.
' $2300 will pnrehajc ahome with,
in ten minutes' walk of Fort street,
lot is 60x150. This Is an attractive
lioir.c; has n well-kept lawn, large
trees, shrubs and flowering plants,
Trent Traist Co., Xtd.
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The chrkcst moderate-priced
jdence property in Honolulu,
We hire two clcjpint building lots
llo-.that v.c are nrcnared to offer for a
short period nt a low figure.
Property ndjoinine these lots sold
lecentlv and will be hichlv imnrorcd
a a short time.
INVESTIGATE THIS PROPERTY
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rjJSnOD 1 TllSt COlTinflnV
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In other. Cecil Charles, sliniild tutio
their stoWnthor's niinio of Mcllrlde.
and they Imvo been known by that
been .killed In nn explosion In
TrlnldnuY She died a fow years later,
It wim by iinero. chance that Mc-
Ui Ida discovered yesterday that his
Blepfuthir was still. Illng. A friend
jot his wlfo happened trf mllitlon tho
. Mcllrlde Itothsehlld concern, nnd the
iiumo clu'ln.Ing lita attention, ho Inquir
ed cniunllym to the Identity of tho
San PintiVlsco man. Heating that ho
wns from' Colorado, ho immediately be
gan a seaieh for lilm, only to flild that
rank Mrllrluc had .gono to I.os Ange-
h. Hut ho was shown n picture, no J,
although alXdieii years have elapsed
since he r.iw hla etepfnther, ho recog
nized Mm nt once. , "
rimming .McIltMe went to Nome In
1901 nnd wns then utiRnged rts secri
tary to .ludgo Moore, ono of tint char-
miOi made famous in Ilex ue.icifH
novel. "1'ho Spoilers.". . Tho following'
year l-o married Florence Klliofccth
Vale of San Pinnclsco, In Nomo und,
f i oni that timo until just beforo their
dlvrjic,- In Honolulu, tholr murrled llfo
wns a very happy nno.
Por two yenis Mellrldo has held
the poultlon of secretary to Onvernnr
Prear of Hawaii. At times ho hrs uu-
derl'itken tho pntltlon of acting Cnv
ernor during Frcftr's ubsencc. His con-
1 rust i
O.Tice open Sunday mornings from
8 to 10.
tcmplatcd ttlp to WnshliiRton Is ono
of rcMpoiiBllilllty and roipilrifiK a lino
political and diplomatic knowledgo.
The Weill Mrs linvo not announced
their plans for I lie future. They will
go to wnsliliiglon within n rev,' ilayii.
but will not hiitry, ns tho Hawaiian
mnttor has boon held up by tho Can-
non war In the lower house.
Mrs. Mclltldo Is not nnxlous to ro-
.tilrn to Uonoliilii. nnd It Is vorv nos-
nlblo that lior husband will accept nn
offor made to him to return to San
go Into partnership with
a local attorney. In which profession
ho Is qiinllllcil to practice,
Tho KMimlitcr ot Mnrch If, says;
1 Claudius. II. Mcttrlda of Honolulu
expel leneed last Tucsdny not only tho
novel happiness of teiuarryliig his in
voiced wife, but tlio romantic delight
of discovering n putntlvo long-ldst
stepfather In the person ot Frank Mc
llilde, n local candy magnate, who
WfiH then In I.os Angeles.
On Wednesday morning, Mr. nnd
Mis. Claudius Mclltldo left tho hotel
whero they wero staying, and It was
clieii out thnt sho Had loturned to her
mother's ranch nnd thnt he had gono
to Now Yoilc.'
On Thursday Krnnlc JIcDrldo re-
turned from I.os Angeles and denlud
tlio sfory of Claudius, claiming fyat
ho had uo htepsoiiB. nnd that thu mJn
from Honolulu must b- mistaken,
Yesterday Claudius JU showed up
iinoxpectedly. Ho had accompanied
his wlfo to tho ranch, Instead of going
to Now York, nnd, seeing Frank's do-
nlnl In tho Chtonlclo, he looked him
up In his ofllcc. I
Whnt hUppciiPil nt that Injenlow is
not known, but P,rnnk NMclrfldo stated
norltively last night thnt ha had nev
er seen Claudius II. beforo in his life.
If your watch is not keep
flip; pood time ; not Rivine the'
satisfaction it should, brinp; it
to us.for-cxaminntion. We
will civc' you nhoncst report
on its condition ,and honest
service if it needs our atten
tion. Our experience in handlimr
fine timenicccs extends over.a
period of many jean. Your
timepiece is safe with us..
H. F. Wichman
, & Co., Ltd.,
GET ACQUAINTED WITH
URRE Y?S. Ltd.,
v. . N . . . ' -
hut Uo said that the latter xtlil
recmed cettnlti that tho step-iclalloi
ttlif p exists. On what Krounds or far
what reasons Kirtnk Wan unable ()
' When seun lar.t nlhf, t'laiidlns I
I'i'fiiBrd to iiial' any stafni'iit of an
Idntl. tie would not wiy llint lie sli I
belli'M'H I'Viink to ho his rtt'iir.illit .
he would not my that lie la tint lull I
that lie wfiH mlgtnkt'ii, and he refusi I
to inako ony comment tin the1 eld' r
(man's denial hiihllshcd In the paper,
.liiclldtifi liy 1'iutiU Atollrldo'a stall
I metit Unit Claudius villi seems posllU 4
i of tho lelatlntixhlii rxlstlag. In (omh'
nation with llin Inlter'sieftiKal to talk,
III would' appear that Iho InlKltlny
I .l!ip!:l In foil I ti to relluiiilhli lls Heart ,'l
I all nt once, after !!! orliiB such n
Hiscox-Marselcy Wedding. '
At high noon today, at the Cen
tral Union church, Miss Minnie Hl
eox became tho bride of .Mr. Oonslln
Mnrseley, who Is the oldest son ot
Mr. nnd Mrs, Uebrgo Marteley.. the
former tho Kronen Consul of South
ern California. The groom was on
rt trip Vound 'tho world, iini
stopped for a mouth's sightseeing In
Honolulu, whore ho met his fate.
Miss Hlscox comes from an old and
. .......Ih,I ri,.un,ltnii tii 1 1 v rt Mil llH
Hrydo plantation, on , Kauai. Mr. iiiUkl,uocenloniilly. Tor molt
and Mrs. Mnrseley will spend n por- ,B ,llo twt mnllclno fu tlia wnrlcl.
tloti of their honeymoon nt Hale- , iavorr.mmcudod It tountimlwr
Iwa nnd the Volcano House, nnd, w 0f persons."
inter visit the Stowwardsoli Kauai. jir.j. o. Horvus Pelloller, Pept. do
'Agriculture, Ottawa, Oatario, writes:
'Mrs. Gcorgo Kluegel entertained Tho iorniv ) partlculjirly efilca-
nt bridge Thursdnyln honor o c0ua In tho euro ot catarrhal a rfectloni
Mrs. George Angus, who will leave 0f u,0 lungs and bronchial tubes.
tho last of tho month with hor bus- "Slx.bottlcs' cured nit this winter of
bund for a trip to the mainland and bronchitis. I am compljtoly restored
probably to Kurope. and 1 owe thanks to the Pcruna.
SAMUEL- O0MPERS. '
POSSIBLE LEADER OF
NATION WIDE STRIKE
r'liu.AUUM'IllA. March 2 1.
State nnd city lenders of the work -
men taking part Jn tho big general
strlko exnreskod themselves ns con-
lldent of their ability to coitvlnco)
President Samuel Compcrs of ,.ao
American Pederntlon of Labor of tho
necessity of n gre.it national striknT
lu sympathy with the disaffected
tiolloy men. Calling out of,tno em
plnyces of the street rnllwnys In San
Prunclseo, Cleveland, Pittsburg npd
Omaha was especially favored, as thj
til- lines In thoso cities nra under
control nt tho syndlcnto whlen J
runs tho cars In Philadelphia. It
was declared that President (Join
pcrs had had such action under con
iLi. v "' " -wiafTp m
t ' P tlmteNt&m pl
Blderntlon fo soma tlnO, .and In Investigations, and furnishes Reports
various quarters tho belief was ex- i ,, i.i.j. i-!i .,
pressed that ho watfproparcd to tako 0n a11 kina, of anciaI work
tho reiL-onslblllty for ?o' grave a .
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MR. CMILC MAR0IS.
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i largo number of my friends nllllcltd
with the lame'lronbtc, nnd they have
verified my good opinion of this va
The follov;intr wholesale druccist
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Will take care of you in old
aRe If you deposit it with our
Savinps Department, where it
will draw interest at four nnd
one-half per. cent, per annum.
Bank of Hawaii,
Capital and Surplus,
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