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fiVSNtNO BULL8TIN, nONdtOLtJ, T. II., WEDNESDAY, JULY fi, 1910
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The day is immeasurably long to
him who knows not how to value and
use it. Goethe.
Prohibitionists havo taken the
wrong delator They don't know
whero tho) nro going
"How olil 19 Ann?" Is not In the
sumo hook with "Who hought hurt
mcr's Sonatorshtp for him?"
Every man who hcltces In the
present efficient liquor license law
will oto "No" In tho plebiscite.
Wouldn't It ho n good idea for Hal
linger to go litintlng lions In Africa
now that Toddj Is following the trail
of Ijlg game at home'' I-
Accordlng to the Inteht Informa
tion on the 1'cdcral building site,
vctcrnl long, cold winters will ejnpsc
Iieforo the cornerstone IsMilhW r-
There seems to be no stint of per
koiis Killing to take tho chances of
ii hnlf-mlle drop from a disabled
aeroplane for the sako of Immortal
Thiirstoi.'s picture of a sailor land
ing from n Prohibition Tihlfl "a'tla
Prohibition port Is u good .deal lke
the dream on Jack Johnson, the total
Our fellow citizen Teddy endorsed
the Now York prliwiry bill, nnd the
New York Legislature, turned It
down, He now gets behind Mr.
Polndoxter. Hne n care l'olndy.
Jack Johnson's career as a total
abstainer was very short, but thero
'was us much truth In tho totql Mb
Htlncnce claims In his hchittf da there
Is In the usual Prohibition "argu
ment." Tho price of raw sugar begins to
ghe nn Indication of tho summer do.
mn lid that has been predicted for so
many months as one of the certain
ties of business life. If is better
late than ncvor.
When Soirctury Dickinson Is.lu.
formed that Thurston's paper doesn't
believe in celebrating tho Fourth of
July, ho may bo nblo to better un
derstand things that previously ap.
pealed to him as peculiar
Whlto House conferences will be
things of tho past when corporations
nml railway managers learn that tho
constitution and laws or tho United
States nro supremo and made for tho
purposo of regulating the country.
(Jmernor Cllllett may lay ilnlm to
the: world's championship as a knock
out of pugs, but the new element In
American politics claims he Is mere
ly an agent when It comes to rail
roads and business that has to do
with tho people's bread and butter.
Lot those who gain satisfaction
from a failure to celebrate Indepen
dence Day, get nil they con while
It last. Of such ure not the citizens
who brought tho Nation Into being
and lima kept It in the pathway of
piogress etor Blnce.
Woolle) Is lying awful low while
the otors nro making up their minds'
Should tho people oto "Yes," he will
omu out of his hiding with hells
on, and declare in u loud voice that
JAPANESE AND PROHIBITION.
(Translation from hluiin Sblnpo,
It It with considerable satisfaction
Hint ni' rend li the Foreign paper,
the "H it 1 1 1 1 1 n," n (i) of .Mr. Slit
bu's Idea of prohibition ns taken from
the lluuiill hhlinpo, nnd are surprised
that the pioplc tilio lunc the best In
terests and the prciupcrllj of Hie onlj
product of the (ouutrj at heart, name
ly: the predating of sugar, villi lend
themselves o the Idea of prohibition
In I he face of the good nnd strict
liquor law vthlrli the tnunlry lias ut
I lie prist nt time, sun I) the) lire
'.bHuded nltli 1'uiiullclsni, or lum un
UAflUTilKU"! UUIIUII III uirir ohii sen-
Miles iv Jtli no regard for the rights,
customs, and pleasure of othtrs.
ttt Sit Motrins ) ,g0
Per Vcir, tnrwhtie la VS I.oo
Per Ytir iDrwhtrc n Cintdt,, ,nn
PtrYtsr itpsld,foiisn a.or
Catered at the Fostoffict it Iloootoln
M kcoikI-cIui nutter.
.JULY 6, 1910
nil tho evil ho said of Hawaii nnd
the Hnwnilans while In Washington
has been vindicated,
These people risking for a fnvor
ablo vote for Prohibition are tho
same ones who turned their squirt
guns of mean and vicious attack
upon lllshop Uestnrlck after asking
him for Ills views on their schemes.
A vote In favor of their scheme Is
n vote for their despicable methods.
Prohibition finds no favorable re
sponse from the citizens ilf Hawaii
It Is in the sii mo class with Uovern
meut by Commission nnd various
other Ideas piomoted by the support
ers of "government by a few of us."
So If you would keep tho Territory
of Hawaii on the road of govern-
nienfof, by and for tho people, make
jour preparations to vote "No."
' If -
Territorial grand Jurors shoiild
not nllaw their official career to he
wound mi bv nn exhibition of polit
ical' piny Any organization for the
promotion of Justice that winds up
its service with comment that sug
gests n desire to get back at someone.
Invariably sacrifices a large share of
thepiibtlc confldeueejthat should be
a nil" ordinarily Is reposed In a Vody
if men that has done good work on
l he whole.
THURSTON ANDJHE SAILOR.
L. A. Thurston has written another
of those funny articles on Prohibition.
This time he deals with the Import
ance, according to tho Thurston
Woolley idea, of having a sailor com
ing from a "prohibition" ship land In
u "prohibition" town.
Thurston takes u lot of spneo nnd
says very little that is to tho point
Practical facts uro what tho people
want when. they, are dealing with such
a blighting" proposition ns the Prohi
bltfon that Is proposed for Haw all by
Thurston and Woolley,
Sailors coming off the ships ut this
port would, under Prohibition, be
come tho best customers of tho blind
iijgs nnd Illicit liquor dealers. This Is
proved by experience In tho sen.
ports of the Stato of Maine, where tho
kitchen barrooms and tho pocket ped
dlcrs do u thriving business in deal
Ing out tho most dcuth-ussurlng con
coctlons that could "bo Imuglned to tho
It Is In the Prohibition cities that
tho sailors aro most frequently vlo
tlmlzcd, drugged, rolled iind bled by
tho thieves nnd man killers who grow
fat and prosper under tho Prohibition
that does not prohibit in the State of
Mulne or any other State and will
not prohibit In tho city of Honolulu,
Anyone, who has made tho slightest
offort to get at bedrock facts In n
Prohibition Stato knows that sailors
coming oft a ship after a long voyage
or oven u short one that yields them
liny protlt after paying what they owq
the "slop chest" nnd lumbermen
coming out of tho woods after it hard
winter's work, mako a bee-line for tho
first Illicit place for tho sale of any
thing that has the appearance of In
toxicating liquor. The police aro sup
posed to not know whero tbeso blind
pigs nro located and tho practical re
sult is that all the agents of vice and
crime liavo free sway in their play
with these men. r
The worst saloon that Honolulu has
Japanese Wccklj Published In llllo.)
We Japanese hate demonstrated to
the plantation Interests of the com
iniinlt) that lie are Hie "OM.V I.Alt
(lit" uhlcli ran dn the required work
on the plantations, and being In this
cnuntrj to the number of setent) or
eight) thousand, lune ne no rights!
We aiiricliite that vie hate nu tolce
In their goicrmiicnt, but our nation
mid the American nation are under u
solemn agreement and that Trent) Is
on the basis of the most fatorlle mi.
lions, unit though we euiinut beioine
iltlmis, ne run enjoy nil other condi
tions, U) should ne (nml the following
statistics are taken from the report
Wahiawa . 2 Bedrooms
Pearl Harbor .. 3 "
Kalmukl f ..'.' fj '
Beretania St ..'..' '....2 "
Thurston Ave .... i 4 "
Komehamcha IV. Rd. . . . t i . . . .4 "
Matlock Ave '...'.2 "
Lewcrs Rd 3 "
Kaimuki 2 "
Kaimuki 2 "
Emma Lane .....' V. .'.1 "
Ninth Ave 2 "
Peck Ave 2 "
KinB St 2 "
Trent Trust Co., Ltd.;
ever wiped out of existence could not
cqunl the power for evil nnd death;
that Is n constantly nctho force in
tho blind pigs and kitchen bnrrooms
that collect their toll from the sailors
In the city seaports of the "prohibi
tion" State of Maine.
To think of saddling biicIi condi
tions upon tho sonport of Honolulu
with Its larger number of sailors from
all parts of tho world Is more In tho
nature of a civic crime tlinn anything
this Territory hns nttemptcd. Al
though we know that the nlleged Pro
hibitionists of Honolulu nro wonder
ful creatures there Is no reason to ex
pect that they could, under their Pro
hibition that Is not Intended to pro
hibit, exercise n better control over
the Illicit liquor tralllc than Is dono
In, for Instance, the seaport town of
Portland, Maine, that Is also the homo
town of the hend of the Women's
Christian Temperance Union, Mrs. I
M. N. Stoens
A pig under n gnto Is not more In
ovldcnco than tho blind pigs ami
pocket peddlers in tho seaports whero
sailors from "prohibition" ships land
In n "prohibition" town.
BLIND PIGS THRIVE.
Prohibition is causing a startling
Increase In tho amount of "moon
shine" whiskey being manufactured
throughout tho country, especially in
the South, according to testimony giv
en bofore tho Houso Committee on
Appropriations by Commissioner of
Intornnl Ilevcnuo Cabell.
"Owing to the fact that u largo
amount of territory lias recently
changed from llcenso to no license
territory," said Commissioner Cabell,
"tho amount of moonshlnlng and
blockading has Increased enormously.
"In Georgia there woro 633 illicit
distilleries seized and destroyed dur
ing tho fiscal year ending Juno 30,
1909, as compared with 294 seizures In
the previous year.
"In North Carolina, which has re
cently gono 'dry,' the proportion Is
just about tho same.
"In Oklahoma thero were utout
threo times as many arrests and re
ports of violations slnco tho State hus
gone 'dry' as thero wero for tho cor
responding period w hllo tho State
wsa licensed territory."
;: tt ti n n tt tt u rt n :: a a u a x: rt
of tho Chief Justice of tho fTcrrltory
to tho lust Legislature shows only SIS
urrcnts In two jcars among, a nation
ality of seventy thousand) be refused
our sake, which ne bine litnitys been
accustomed to In our homes and In
Japan. If notluul abused the use of
It, then the reason of forcing prohl
bltlon on us would be Just,iwhnt en
couragement has the plantation to of
fer! We uk for little, we conic here
to ameliorate our condition, appreciat
ing If ne work diligently und fulth
fully for the Interests of our employ
er, that he In turn will see that ne are
glrcn fair treatment. We do not ask
for luxuries, but sake to us Is u toulc,
nnd we, who hate been In the Held nil
day, especial!) In the cold nnd wet
districts, use sake as a medicine and
must bare It or we will go where ne
run hare II.
The conditions at the present time
between master mid srnunt arc har
monious: nil), disrupt these condi
tions. Do they mint another strike!
Let any of our contractors refuse
lo nuke, arrangements not to furnish
his nicii with sake and see how many
laborers be will have to en it) out his
contract with the plnntallonsl
Prohibition or no prohibition, our
laborers will hate their sake, mid It
Is needless to sa) that the place where
the conditions are easiest (hire nil)
lie the plate where the laborers nil!
look for work mid remain.
'therefore ne say to )ou )u that
nave iniiueuro with jour manugcr,
use It before It Is too lute, and show
him the fallac), and him prohibition
will afferl our nurUug .Iiiimiicm1 ou
Ilelnw Is the report of the ('lil?f
Justice of the Terrllorj In regard to
(lie number of arrests of Japuuese for
drunkenness for the years 1907 and
1907 Honolulu, Oaliu 49
1908 Honolulu, Oaliu 32
1907 Ewn, Oaliu C
J90S Ewo, Oahu C
1907 Walanne, Oahu 2
IftflQ Wnlnnnn Until, R
ioa wioi ni,
1908 Wnlaluo, Oahu
in7-.. n.i. "
1908 Koolaupoko, Oahu 1
1907 Koolaupoko, Oahu 3
1908 Lahalnn, Maul 3
1907 Lahalnn, Mnui C
1907 Wolluku, Maul 9
1908 Wnlluku, Maul 8
1907 Maknwao, Maul 2
1908 Makav.no, Maui 2
1909 2nd District 0
1907 2nd District 0
1907 liana, Maul 0
1908 Hana, Maul 1
1907 Klpahulu, Mnul 1
1908 Klpahulu, Maul 0
1907 Molokal 0
1908 Molokal 0
1907 North Kohala, Huwuli .... 2
1908 North Kohala, Uav.al 1
1907 S. Kohala, Hawaii 5
1908 S. Kohala 7
1907 N. Kopu, Hawaii 0
1908 N. Kona, Hawaii o
1907 Kau, Hawaii 0
1908 Kau, Hawaii (I
19078., Komi, Hawaii r,
1908 S. Kona, Hawaii 2
1907 N. Hllo, Hawaii 0
1908 N. Hllo, Hawaii 0
1907 South Hllo, Hawaii 15
1908 South Hllo IG
1907 Hamnkua, Hawaii ...
1908 Hamakua, Hawaii ...
1907 Puna, Hawaii
1908 Puna, Hawaii
1907 Uhtje,, Kauai
1908 Llhuc, Kauai ....'....
1907 Koloa, Kauai 4
1908 Koloa, Kauai
1907 Walmea, Kauai
1908 Walmca, Kauui
SALOONSJND CRIME. -
There Is such n thing as giving tho
devil his dues In other words It docs
not follow that solt-appolntcd critics
are always tight when thoy settlo a
question tho way thut thoy personally
want it no. matter how much. Justice
tho other party to tho controversy
mny have. All of this prelude comes
Real Estate for Sale
Modern story and a half house
in good locality $3000
A home inKaimuki, on -car
line. Large Jot, with remod
eled house in excellent con
dition. This property can be
bought on easy instalments.
25 acres of land, improved, in
Palolo Valley. Bargain price
for quick sale.
FOR LEASE ,
Residence of C. L. Wight, Pniwa,'1
Nuuanu Valley, furnished, ifor one
Furnished, Possession July 1, 1010 -
Anapuni St. (2 bedrooms) $35
Kinau St, (4 bedrooms) 45
. i Jfik ri'H Y I
Seven 'acres.1 House with
large living room, jtwo bed
rooms, garage, servants' quar
All modern conveniences.
Frontage on upper Manoa
Terms Can Be Arranged
Bishop Trust Co., Ltd.
Office open from eight to ten on
Al.n... 9wrn tliA.BflmltnM ntr.... tlta Qtnla
4 """ . , l"",0""u .", "'" ,". .
. ot n bulletin sent out In the Interests
Ii ... .,.,., , . . , ...
- ,lf the Prohibitionist forcos of the
State, sajs the St. Joseph (Mo) Ob
server. It does not follow that be
cause a person Is engaged In thi
liquor Unfile that ho cannot bo lion
est and conduct an orderly plnco In
stead ot a crime breeder.
In the address sent out one feature
Is given grent prominence This feat
ure Is n paragraph which says:
"The saloon Is the first place visited
by the officers of the law when they
nro looking for n criminal."
Now let us see If that Is the case?
Did the officers of the law look for
John It. Walsh, the bank wrecker;
Charles W. Morse, Ice trust magnate?
Frank K Hippie, president of the
Ileal Kstato company nnd treasurer of
tho funds of tho Presbytorlan church,
who looted the company nnd the
churches, in a saloon?
Did the oflk is of the law look for
the sugar thieves, the land thieves,
tho raltroud wreckers, nnd the other
commercial pirates, In saloons?
Is It in saloons that unjust discrim
inations are made against citizens
who who use our public highways?
Is It In saloons that tariff schedules
are ugr i l which rob tho pro
duct rs o. v th of millions each
, Is " In r Jons that systems of tax-
at .... o 1 1 umed that put a lino upon
Mlndu. ., that punish thrift; thut re
11 turds the production of wealth and
distorts Its distribution?
(Continued from Pace 1)
promises now known as tho Pohukal
na school, might bo required ns u site
for n public building. He claimed that
tho land belonged to tho Territory
nnywuy nnd that It was up to tho
City nnd Countytp.moo their school
to another locality. As a parting
fling Cnrhpbell suggested that Knkn-
ako might furnish ,a quiet .havon for
that Institution of learning.
Itoad Committeeman Qulnn nnd his
soveral colleagues fairly1 snorted when
the second "Cnmpbellesquo" commun
ication was rend by Clerk Kntauoka
Innl. Qulnn struggled to keep within
parliamentary lines while dealing
with what tho Pufillc Works Dopart
mont had to say concerning City and
County rights nnd prerogatives.
If as Campbell states, tho school
grounds belong to tho Territory, let
them lay the sidewalks around thoso
premises," declared Qulnn.
"Ho orders u to plnco sldowalks In
front of the Royal and Central Gram
mar school lots and wo do not know nt
what tlmo Campbell or Bomo other
Territorial offlclat will come' nround
and tell us to vncato theso buildings."
I nm sick of the wholo business and
ns chairman of tho Itoad Commltteo
nm willing to let tho matter io
threshed out between the Public
Works Department and the City and
County Attorney's odlce.
Last evening, the Road Committee
submitted a report which assumed
that tho Territory had no right to
compel tho City and County to Iny
sidewnlks" nlong propcry which Is de
clared as belonging to tho Territory,
mm sciiiiiueni is unoKcu up by n
similar communication from 'First
Doputy City and County Attorney
Fred Mlltcrton. Tho legal adrlde
from Miherton evidently proved
pleasing to all members of the Hoard
It was adopted nnd plnced on flic. Mil-
vcrton's Opinion rends as follows:
To the Hon. Mn)or nnd Uoard of Su
pervlsors of tho City nnd County
Oentlcmen: At a mooting of tho
uoard of Supervisors held on tho 21st
day of Juno 1910, thoro was referred
to tbls Department for nn opinion n
communication to tho Hoard from Mnr-
ston Campbell, Ksq , Superintendent
of Public Works, such communication
being as follows:
"Oentlemen: You nro hereby dt
reeled In accordance, with Chapter 63
Sections 731 to 730 Inclitslvo of tho
Revised Laws of Hawaii to construct
n cement sidewalk nnd curbing In
front of tho Ilojnl nnd Central Oram
mar Schools on Emma Street, In ac
cordance with the standard specifica
tions on fllo In tho offlco of tho Super
intendent of Public Works, nnd to
hnvo tho samo completed within slxt)
(60) dnys from the dato of this no
tice Failure to construct tho curb
Ing and sidewalk within tho tlmo spe
cified proceedings will bo Instituted
as provided by law.
Very truly jours,
MAHSTON CAMPDEI.U ,
Superintendent of Public Works."
Tho question nrlslng Is whether un
der tho provisions of Sections 731 to
738 Inclusive the City and County o(
Honolulu Is under a legal liability to
lay tho sidewalks in question and
whether upon Its failure to do so tbq
Superintendent of Public Works has
the power to' Institute tho proceedings
referred to In his communication.
Section 23 or Act 118 or tho Session
Laws or 1907, being tho Act Incor
porating tho City and County of Ho
nolulu nnd commonly known ns tho
Municipal Act enumerates tho powers
and duties or tho Hoard of Supervi
sors ot tho City and County, and sub
division 7 of said Section as amend
ed by Act 101 ot tho Session Laws
of 1909, relating to tho powers and
duties of tho Hoard In regard to
schools, provides as follows:
"Section 23. Subject to tho provi
sions, limitations nnd restrictions In
this Chapter contained tho Board or
Supervisors shall hnvo power:
"7. To establish and maintain water
works and sowor works; to collect
rates ror water supply to consumers,
and for tho uso ot sewers, and ror
tho placing of signs on bridges ns re
quired by law. To take over rrom
tho Territory existing water works
systems, including water rights, plpo
lines and other appurtenances belong
ing thorcto, and sewer systems, and
to cnlargo, develop and lmprovo the
same, lo Duua, reuuua, equip, main
tain and regulate " hospitals, school
houses, court houses, Jails and houses
of detention, punUbment, confinement
and reformation, and to giro aid to
hospltalB. It shall bo tho duty of tbo
Hoard to provide for the maintenance
and repair of all existing school houses
other than the Normal School and the
Boys' and Girls' Industrial School;
pollco stations aud Jails other than
Oahu Prison; tiro department build
Ings; and court houses, other Jban
tho Judiciary Building,"
It will bo noted by tbeso provisions
that although tho power Is given to
thoJJourd to build, rebuild, equip and
maintain school houses, no duty Is
placed upon tho City and County In
regard to those matters. It Is how
over, mnde the duty of tho Jlpard to,
provldo for thomlnUninee.and re-,
pair ot all oxtstlng school houses with
tho enumerated exceptions, and tp tho
extent of maintenance and repair of
such school houses tp,e. Board Beoms
to have been given no discretion.
Section 733 of the Rovlsed Laws of
Hawaii, one oNthe sections under
which tho Superintendent of Public
Works la attempting to proceed, pro
vides, an follows: .
"After tho establishment ot the
grades of streets' In Honolulu and Hllo
ns by law proscribed, tho nntd Super
intendent may require the owners of
the land adjoining any street,
tho grado of .which hns been
established, to construct fcldo' walks
lit uccordauce with tho grade ot tho
street, and to comply with tho regu
lation regarding tho .material ntnl
construction or such sidewalks."
under thin, section It Is onlr the
owners of tho land adjoining thp, street
iiihi may uo required to construct
sldowalks. Tho land upon which Is
situated tho Royal and Central Gram
mar acnnois is not ownod by tho City
and County of Honolulu but Lby the
Territory of Hawaii, ond tho munici
pality docs not corrto Within tho oro-
visions of tho section.
Hy tho provisions of Section 731
of Uio Rovlsed Laws If any ownor
nrtcr receding notlco to construct' n
sidewalk asprovided In Section 731
Bhall ncglcct'or rctuso to comply with
such direction ror .sixty (CQ) days nt
tor notlco tho Superintendent pf Pub
lic Works mny proceed to construct
such sldownlk at tho oxpenso of tho
owners. This section further provides
that such oxpenso shall bo a )lcn on
tho property jn front of which such r
sldownlk Is constructed. Under theso T,
provisions If tho Superintendent ot
Public Works attempted to Institute
propccillngs agslnsl the City and
County 'of Honolulu as suggested In
his communication,, bo curious con
dition of affairs will aro or tho Su
perintendent or Public jyorks, be
cause or tho refusal of Hio City and
County of Honolulu to construct tho
sldowalks In question, constructing
such sldowalks himself, and thereby
creating, a lien for tljo.oxpcnso of such
work against" property belonging to
the Territory of Hawaii.
I would advise the Board that, In
my opinion. Die Board or Supervisors
In tho oxcrclso or tho broad powers
granted to It may. In tho exercise or
Its discretion, construct sidewalk
within the City and County ot Hono
lulu, but that It cannot be compelled
to do so under the provisions of Set- s
tlons 731 to 730 of tho nevlscd Laws.
Yours very truly,
(Sgd.) FRKD. W. MILVERTON,
First Deputy City and County Attorney
REAL ESTATE TRANSACTIONS-
Entered for Record July 5, 1910.
Tram 10:30 n. m. to 4 S. In.
J If Schnack and wf to Manuel
Cordelro . . i ,. 1
Elizabeth M Ollmore nnd lisb to
Trs ot Oahu College M
L Klrkpatrlck to O L Samson. . . U
William Savldge, tr, to Henry L
William Savldge, tr, to Henry L
E Colt Hobron and wf to G L
John Violra and wf to Hakalau
Plantn Co L,
Antonio Pavao and wf to Hllo
Sugar, Co ...'. M
Mellaka Kalnoa nnd hsb to'O H
S P Kamakea and wf to Chlng
Sau Yeo M
W A Klnuey and wf to Trent
Trust Co Ltd D
Frederick L Zoller and wf to II
Yaterhou8e Tr Co Ltd, tr. . . . M
It M Bewail and wf to Territory
of Hawaii O
M D Monsarrat by Jdgo to. . . .
M D Monsarrat by retoree to
Thco F Lansing, tr API Tr
Manoel 'M Pavao to Manuel
Entered for Record July 6, 1810.
From 9 a. m. to 10:30 a, m.
Kukuau 2nd ownora of by tr to
Mario A da Costa U
Kahoowaha and wf to Kamoku
Est of M L W Kitchen by trs to '
Julia A Mactarlano Rel
Helen O Atkinson and hsb to It
Watorhostio Tr Co Ltd, tr. . . . M
KahaolonohoanU (k) to Chas K
According to advices received yes
terday, tho romalnB of Geo. C. Beck
ley, will arrlvo hero on tho Wllhol
mlnn, duo Juno 12. Tho funeral ser
vices wili bo conducted by Pacific
Lodgo F. & A. M-of which Mr. Beck
ley was a member. Ho was n thirty
Beroml degrco mason,
will purchase a
cut to order, with any style
of Script lettering-,' together
with '100 stylish Cards print
ed from the same, at
H.' F. Wichman
& Co.. Ltd.',