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THE HONOLULU REPOBLIG&H :
PsbUshed Erery Morning Except Monday
br, the Robert. Grieve
llshiag Coeapaay, Limited.
C. R. BUCKLAND EDITOR
BwMnes Office Main 218.
-Editorial Rooms Main 123.
Waifclngton Bureau.... Post Building.
Boterad at the Post OQce at
late, H. T., as mail.
Per Moots, by Carrier. . , j
Ow Year, by Mail ! ' m j
9tx Months, by Mail,. . 3.00 j
Tlwee Month, by Mall or Carrier l.M
HONCLTJLU, H.T., JAN. 7, 1902
If the Republicans of Hawaii deaire j
t becoBie a factor la politics, the ,
foeer pall theaiKelves together
fiuM do aonething. the better it will
he for the party. Nothing whatever
wai acconpliebed at laat night's meet-i
lag of the Territorial committee, and.
$ another month's time has been
There waa ao earthly reason why a
"Mcceaaor to exocretary Hendry,
XMoald not have been selected last
Might. The proper course was taken
.la deciding jhat the secretary should
be cboaea from among the members
i of the committee. He can appoint his
'urtftajt aecretary, but It Is obvious1
that many topics may arise for
jetMoton In execuUve seeslon which j
:BbtBhJ not go beyond the executive,'
'aa they came before It In a strictly ,
vnffdBUal manner for the
.tioa alone of Its members.
liarlng decided the point that the
) secretary should be a member of the
'Aommtttee. and that an assistant
.' flboaM be appointed, why on earth did
'at the Territorial committee get
tfowa to bualnees and elect both?
f' Caa4Mates were named, but
body aeemed afraid to pross the but-
j. tan. Now we practically have the
4 Territorial representatives of the
lag political party in the United i
. States without any head VntUU. .Ukll4i U41l .
be done for a month at least. Next i
moaUt It may be raising or somebody
aar be slfk. no oitorum mm- be
eat and ao there U a poseibilitv ofj
tomtitions remalnini; in statu quo in-,
ji cvurwtj cnere is no grciu neeu
re immediate activity on the part '
of the Itepnbiicane. but there is need
for a ecretary. He can always find
work to do, will always have matters
referred to him. can always be study-la
oat the beat methods to adopt in
the aext campaign and can be keeping
la etoae touch with the maneuvers of
tit eaeuiv. The position of secretary
tt a political campaign Is no easy one. implicitly extending these" Amend-Th
strongest ami ablest man should ' meuts. the like reasons apply with
be selected, a man of affairs and ex- j
priwce. able to gWo and direct in j
those cases of emergency that aro .
JBure to arise, aad one who can smooth I
over the frictions that aro likely to
be more frequent la this isolated sec- j
Hon of the United States, bocauso ol
MS teoUUoti. than in any other nart of
Uncle Sam's domains. ,
Political campaign work and Its
as are largely inliuenced by the ;
,, ,. ,, . ...
wereury himself. Upon his shoulders ,
win ran mora 01 me responsioiuy. oe
the result saocoes or failure. There
are difference to harmonize and the;
RspMbUcaa party must not fail. At
wrmmt all restoneIbillty rests with i
ika ., Tarrttni:! . .. nommirinp it fnii i
W....V.. vimmiw iiuivii
met aleht In its duty to elect a sec-
ratarv whor thr chnui.i not hnvo
been a moment's hesitation between
the Aboiee f the two candidal..
naiad. Th nrtv wants no mo fa!M
'Wefl, no-more delays, but action
wis t)Mck aad judicious action.
... . .
The usti&l weekly iionday morning;
. . .
auk o Judge Humphreys did not
appear la yesterday's Aavertisor.
ale were asking -What's the matter j
wh Tharstoar j
r . ini. c?e.n ... vjj
v.ma ..to - u.
ratios oa his appearance last night.
and each, and over- sentiment voiced i
hk adrfrfi; waa rr.wtd with an.
alaiiee. epeeJaHy the hope that every
indirldaal should bo monarch of
For a malicious and distorted ac-!
count of a pubMc meeting commend us I "That vouchers, duly signed and
the report of the Home Rule meet-'proved by your appellant were present
ing as gives in yesterday's Advertiser.!
The vonom of the paper's intent to .
ward native Hawaiians was shown by
Hon. James IL Boyd did good work i
In promptly stopping the Merchant' b
Btreet nuisance He now has an additional
$20,000 at his disposal for public
works and the people of Honolulu
are Impatiently waiting to learn how
IS I SESS ION
(Contlnaed from First Page.)
" Annexation was by contract between
two independent nations. The
states of the Hawaiian Islands, pen J-
iBg the organization of the new government
for tb?ra. must be controlled
by the contract. The indention of the ,
parties is the pole star of the Into"-
pretatfon of the contract- Saeh.
Hon must be determined by their con-
teraporaaeoas acts and conduct, and
by Ihe documentary evidence taken as
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, -'TUESDAY, JANUARY 7, 1502.
a whole, not by a forced construction , L. Whitney, having moved that Eu-,
,.t A gene Lee. the father of the defendants
Annexation Opposed. ,
"It is universally understood, it is action, and said motion having been
approved by Judge Humphreys, it is
, .,. ,
r .v li. the .-,- m,, an-
rn of the history of day.
nexation was not effected without, . nartv . .. . .. -
groat opposition In the United States,
and might have failed .but for .the
Spanish war. Serious fears were ex-
tensively entertained that those pow-!
ers which the patriot statesmen who .
then watched over the interests of our J
country, deemed essential to union, ,
theflle a DOnd "Wltnln tnirt' da-vs ana Sve
were not adapted to conditions
usual notice to
Hawaiian Islands, and the lack of
curate information regarding those;
COnditIons was universally admitted.
In compliance with the sentiment thus ,
Kencraiiy expressed , to quiet fears; ,
tnus extensively entertained, the mai
forltv in Conerss refrained from
ing greater changes in the government
and iaws 0f tne Republic of Hawaii '
th9n ar nnf fni tn thP
tran3fer of sovereignty until a com-!'Ia
micoin ,, nnnnto .- thP
dent should investigate and report.
apd suffiCIent information should be
obtained to make an intelligent of
Uon of a new Eovernment possible, j
The amendments in question contain-1
ed no expression indicating an
tion to apply them to a foreign nation
which has voluntarily surrendered its,
sovereignty to the United btates. i
while it is awaiting a, reorganization is
of its civil and political institutions,
The court cannot so apply th?m.
Old Legal Machinery. I
Article VI of the Constitution of the I
United States provides: "This
flrh nnt flip rt thp TTnltorl !
IU1IUU U KH .M.ia w...vv.
States which shall be made in
ance thereof, and all treaties made)
1. 1 -i 1 It 1. ... In .. .Ii.. .I.l ,- '.
Of WlllCn SUUIl Ue UJilUC UllUCl cm-'
thority of the United Sjates. shall be;
the supreme law of the land; and the L
. . .
judges n every State shall Ue oounu i
., . J . u r..t....t, .
inereoy, uhjiiiihk " " (.uusmuuuu
or laws of any State, to the contrary
notwithstanding.' .Yet, although the
Constitution of the United States is
the supreme law of the land in every
State, it is settled beyond controversy
that the Fifth and Sixth Amendments
do not apply to States. It is respect-
fully submitted that, in the absence ol
. . . 1!-,.41- n I
uongressionni icgibiauuu, w
even greater force to a civlHzed nation I
which surrenders -its sovereignty to
the United States, and has nothing j
but it sold legal machinery for pro-
tecting itself from anarchy until C
gross shall provide a new government. '
Secretary Cacper Appeals.
Secretary Cooper, who is charged
PrJat6dc ,Act 4f f VSt
'Extra Session of the Legislature of
mu enm. MExveaSos of Election
S15.DO0 ." nnnpnls tn the Sunreme Oojirt
or the Territorv from the decision' of
.... .v..ditnr w. h ... r. . ......... "a ,! whn -. rpf.,Rprf .v. to . , of
satisfy certain bills of inspectors off
election who served durinc the special ' a
riunn ,, thp virct Ponm:intiHvi . . i
- U.W1..U4 n - ...- ..,.. .u ,uu
initr Qnrrotnrr . fnntwr .
- AAMOMA U., a
makes the following statement of the
"That W. A. Ray. E. W. Estepi and
J - iloanauli are duly appointed and on
commissioned Inspectors of election ;
for the first representative rix
auu ui nautili, auu uiat. niu,
dale. Kamanao. was the duly appoint-1
fl rfpr,. for th epoon1 nr.inct nf thp
- w " - - -
first renresentative district aforesaid. '
"That on the 9th day of December,
1901. a special election was held in the ' of
representative district aforesaid by ;
authority of a proclamation issued by ,
ieia . Hnnnmnia ssninrri m i;nvN
- - --.. v., --. ,
mnrnf . ... thn . Territory, that on .. niil - i(vi .- j j
"? - Ray 'Este ani
" oanauu uuiy servea as
Ltors of olPctnn to th second nreeinct '
and then and thereby became entitled
to the payment of ten ($10) dollars fori
such services, chargeable against the 1
Appropriation ot "expenses of
ed to the said H. C Austin, auditor.
for approval and payment by warrant .
drawn upon said appropriation of
penses of election.
"That said H. C. Austin has refused
to andlt 6UCn accounts as represented you
- v the vouchers submitted to him and
has returned them to your appellant
"ThaUyonr appellant Is aggrieved 1
hv the said H. c Austin auditor .nd
apptials froja such deds!on to e
appear to be Jest and reasonable fa.
Auditor Austin's Reply.
is returning ue tlls In question to .
Secretary Cooper. Auditor Austin
suu": """ i:.waa ire
, t I .1 r.
, . . ,i'
1CVCH1U5 aoiiuin &l uic idi ui. 4in;
per month from appropriations Oder
Act 3. Extra Session. 1S0L 1
"Section 3 of said Act provides that: .
Nb persons holding more than one
office shall be authorized to draw ;
more than the salary of the highest
grade of the office held by him if the
salary of any office held by him shall
amount to twelve hundred dollars or
more per annum and he shall be en-
Iftlod to no other or farther J
Party to the Action. I
Kaolulo Kahula, by her attorney W. J
n tte case of Ka!ula (w) ainst the
Le min0rs be made a party to the
, otto S .Meyer of Kalae, Molokai.
has been appointed administrator of
the estate of Henry Prendergast Mey
cr under bond in the sum of $1000 and
s ordered that the administrator
Reports and Accounts.
The master's report on the account
f Sehnpfpr tnictpp. in th ostntp
0f a. A. Corniot. C. C. Bittinjr. "master.
has been confirmed and the account
approved, the master beintr allowed a
fee of $20. .' j
First and final accout of M. G. Sil--,
v. administrator of the estate of Joha j
osta. filed yesterday, shows
" received trom nouse rent; m
surance policy, 51000 and bank- deposit
5336.S0. An expenditure of $243.-42
is shown, including a commission
two and a half per cent on the in-
cUrance policy, amounting to $33.42
Friday, February 14, has been set for
hearing the amounts and petition for
distribution and discharge,
stipulation and Notice.
In re Harrison vs. Magoon et al. it
stiniilntoH tlinf ilpfpnilnntc mm-
twentv dayg tQ fi,e acepUonSi
Kinney. Ballou & McClanahan have
given notice to place the case of the
minni. nrnincf h' c? n .. ; .i rm i. i
ubuiuab nui. ouvausc CL Ul, o
sault and battery, on the calendar of
the Supreme Court.
Miss Widdifield Appointed.
Mi.s Kathryn Widdifield yesterday !
1PPllPr1 liar nttnninfmnn nc nl... ..-.
.....v.. uv.. uViiuimcui no tlCia IU
the First Judge of the Circuit Court j
of the First Circuit and entered upon
. ,. .
ner new uuues.
The list of State libraries to which '
copies of Thrum's Annuals have been j
sent by the Territorial department of j
justice has been cut down by Clerk
Henry Smith, as a the protest
of Judge Humphreys. The list
has been reduced from thirty-six to
iweuiy, ine extra conies win ue re-
turned to Thrum. Jud e Humphreys
UO OV11L UUb QlUUg LUC UU7, U1JU aUUlI - -- - w...vu.
objected to the free distribution ofjthe japaneSe found themselv s land-! Since the Murhpy Club has moved
annuals as a useless waste of funds, j ed in the tanks at the police station. ; to Queen Emma Hall, that old his-
Distribution'Directed. (The court, through the" offices of anjtorical building has undergone a
it .j . .'interpreter. administered several I ouSb transformation. The Club now
- J""--".- .UUv.
an order approving the final accounts
Tpto A QlltliPT.lflnf avnmit.lv nf
' ' I
the will of Maria A. Bruns and direct-1
ing the following distribution of tl.ej
balance of her hands: Toi
William -T. WhP trnstpo 1 nnn tn
apply its income from time'to time forionuto ??1 T WS M?tU rterrity7
the benefit of Mabel Bruns, Henryi,.
Bruns and George Bruns,
dren of the testator, and when the!
. .... .... ..
Jounesi cnMa saau amve at?e aee'and narrow one. He Is said to have
Iegal mairitIr o divide the born down upon a small group of de-
pal sum equally between them, under !
bond of $5,000 by the trustee. The
remainder of $3,948.5 to be paid in
one-fourth parts to Meta Sutherland
wife of James Sutherland; Edward
Bruns, William Bruns and Adeline
White, wife of William J. White. Up-
filing receipts for the sums in ac-
tuiuautc wiiu lujs urucr, uie
wiU be discharged. ,
In the matter of the estate of James
Robinson, deceased. M. P. Robinson.
trustee, has complied with the, order j
the court in repaying a'oan of
that account. It is a little surprising. ;
$15,000 from the trust to himself. The!
.u t i t
uuiiwr mi imouncnt in certain
.. . .. . . . :
dustrJal bonds had bn laKPn under I
advisement by Judge Humphrevs. ; (
inierpreier tor no.
In answer" to the following letter
from Judge Uttle, Judge Humphreys i
yesterday ordered the Chinese inter-
preter Leong Cheong. to proceed
forthwith to Hilo: 1
Hilo, Hawaii January 3 l- l.
Hon A. S. W.,TT,nh.rc
' .... . . '
nA. .J.. . t
s' naiy ass gn to moig endorsement of ir. W. G. Dod-!
urn ninan vnnt Finocf TTiTaT
- --- . -. j
a' : tu """ ou masi "
can spare him. ;
Very sincerely, '
GILBERT F. LITTLE-
. . , . 4. , . , .
The "" ot PearI Harbor land
condemnatioo suit against the Hono-,
yesterday, proceeding all day. Allan
t Herbert was the principle -witness.
s Fourth Circuit Court.
HILO. Jan. 3. Jndre Little held
e last we6fc aUeaaIng. to
raattP In ... mKve Wnrv . , ,
Iar January term began.
.. . .
r i-i -. t tt t
ol liia " war' " .
Gear appointed adminlstra:or
's,rithoat bonds. j
in tne estate of Johnson Mckeus. P.,
Peck was appointed temporary admin- j
uudiur ai me request oi .ni. nam - i
The will of Johnson Xickeus has;
been placed on file with the clerk of ,
the court. It was made in February, ,
jggg al xargma, Washington, It
leaves the sum of $500 to each of the ,
daughters of the deceased and the re - ;
mainder of the estate to the widow, t
Mrs. Xickeus and two daughtera are
made administratrixes without bonds
by the terms of the will.
I nthe estates of ke&weopela, A. F.
Sutton has been appointed administrator
under bond of $500.
In tbe suit b'f Tonukawa vs. U. Ga-ma,
decree nas been entered by Judge
Little ordering specific performance
of a certain contract for the transfer
of real estate. -
In the estate of Unahioela (k). Jos.i
Gouvea has been appointed
JEHUS RESPOND TO CONSUL'S GALL
SPEEDY MAIL CARRIER SCARES
STREET WORSHIPPERS AT
Storming of Satan's Citadel
arily Abandoned and Penial Mis - j
sin Followers Warned to Select
Safe Locations Gross Cheat Sen-
tenced to Six Months in Jail.
Morita and Yoshimoto are Japanese j
hackdrivers located on the same stand, j
Keen competition for business and the
almighty dollar caused them to over
look soitip of thp tirovisions
laid down in the Territorial carriage j aeclded that the baturtlay meetings
ordinances, with the result that both i should be devoted entirely to the
before Judce Wilcox in the ! tertainment and amusement of the
police court yesterday morning
t..i .u ur.r.Ainr. ,i!..;.,
cu nuu uttuicoo in Kins-
The merry tingle of the telephone j
bel1 at tne Oriental hack stand office
Prved an antlxe ? the 0rienals !
3nd snurred fhpm to inrrpaspd
- - -"
3- A call coming y from the residence
ofythe Japanese consulate brought
both Morita and Yoshimoto flying
down Xuuanu avenue at a pace which
caused wild-eyed astonishment to the
passerby, and consterpation to those
whose business found them on the
same thoroughfare. The time made at
the recent Hilo race meeting was not
a marker to the clip traveled by the
fast flvinc rivals. A wireless messaee
0f ..t i ,v ,.-
pinches of good advice to the Jehus
and assessed each in the sum of $G
Qu?ck Ma" Carrier-
John silva is a Ietter carrier in the
employ or tmcie bam who has
. 9m .... o, .
uic cicuiu6 ui uevtuiusr ox, iiva waa
aIIeged t0 have Peered a course which
was several points off from the true
vout worshippers from the Peniel M's-
sion while in the midst of their tune-'
ful street corner supplications. John,
McKenzie and 3Iiss Udenberg happen-'
ed to hear a clamor and commotion
during the singing of a hymn, and re
alized the peril which threatened the
band. The storming of the citadel of :
Satan -was for the time being abandon-
0a -,. I-. vt t.i t
was the better part of valor and fled
. , -
to P'aces of safety.
, 7 "7"'" lue sl,u'UH
J;Pn tl , t6'?, heeJIes drSing. r
SnrtmS. t c?ncInsioa
ofM Jlizl,:, "., . ,f ot
ers wprA ai,j M. ....
.w .u.u.u& nit ,
selection for- Hin. ,y,
Six Months for. Grass Cheat.
Kurada. a Japanese chanced with '
assaulting a fellow coutryman, named
ohumiaa, was granted a nolle pros, as
'V16 P"15113? witness failed to put
in an appearance. '
Wllferson. alias Wilson. Charged .
1 .1 1 l j
"" 6"3 "" 1J " atr Veu j.
forged check amounting to vv bearing
uanu iTson. wiison was represented
oy Attorney Bitting, who raised a plea,
In defense that his client was suffering ,
from a mental disorder and was not
accountable for his actions.
' S H5 and Antonla Colon
pleaded not guilty to the charge of
sdUeiT a their cases were set for
today. t "
TTft1rt. ha iluVAlajl B n FtMa. T .. ..... - t IIm ulantftffAa rfUMIunv .S-C AM- 3 V. -. .-4 ..A
George P. Renton. the manager of
Ewa plantation, arrived in this city
yesterday for a short stay.
Bert v. neeier, cuiei eaj"iet: ui uis
Talula, has been appointed chief
heer of pearl Harbor Dredglas
q ce Joha ETans resigned.
M u 0.dock last MfS a H
oraton. wife of the popular chief
of the Department, pnscnted her
b'isband w'.h a son.
Mr F cooper has given up the
nf ght school of which he was a teach
pr ar Oueen Emma HalL on account
of the prolonged illness of Mrs.
Henry W. Poner. who is connected
as an engineer with the Waialua mill,
is at present in this city for a vacation.
He is stopping at the Hawaiian.
Dr. Bowman, formerly physician of
the Victoria Hospital for incurables,
will leave in the Alameda en January
15 for San Francisco" where he will
Hugo P. King, who for a long time
was a bookkeeper for Kohala plantation,
has won fame and laurels in Mexico
by stopping a runaway and saving
from it,a granddaughter of President
Juarez of Mexico.
FRANCIS MURPHY CLUB
ELECTS HEW OFFICERS
GOOD MEETING HELD LAST NIGHT
Moses K. Nakuina Re-elected
dent Members Make Pretty Home
Attractive to Strangers Vote of
Thanks to Anonymous Donor.
With much enthusiasm the
Ail AfnonliK Oluli nlnAnil stt nnirt mpf
cu Jiuipu VjlUU CICUICU UUILCIO itlSW
nght und;r t& new constitution and
by-laws. There was a good attendance
and Rowing officers were chosen
President, Moses K. Xakuina; first
v5ce president. George Bools; second
vice president, F. G. Xoyes: secretary,
F. H. G. Seymour; assistant
tary, J. Frank May; treasurer, H. H.
Ham; directors, I. W. Ryder, Frank
Darling, E. J. Wilson, C. J. Austin,
C. W. Renear.
After the election of officers it was
visitors Sacred concerts will be held
pvprv Simdnv pvpninsr nnri tpmnpranne
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agitation meetings on Tuesday even-
thanks was adopted by
the C1UD to the anonymous donor of
$100 with which the Club has been enabled
to carry on its work and pay
It was announced that the basement
room which has been used as a night
school was now vacant as the school
had been dismissed on account of the
continued illness of Mrs. Cooper. The
members hepe to rent it to some labor
""ion or fraternal organization, An-
other room on the basement is now
ooniniPfl hv thp Plnmhors' ITninn
has a cozy home of its own with a
large and prettily decorated concert
hall, a reading room, dining room, bil
Hard parlor, and an office for the
Ident The reading room is well sup- j
plied with current newspapers and
magazines while the "bar" is one of
the most attractive in town. Beautiful
paintings hang all over the walls
and plants and tropical flowers add to
the general appearance of the Club.
APPEARS ON THE RAY
PAIN IN THE TOWING BUSINESS
Old Boat Talula is in Commission
Makes Her Appearance in the
Harbar Swept and Garnished Like
a New Boat.
Pain's old boat, the "Talula," has re-
appeared on the watefs of the blue
Pacific. For months she was laid up
but now. trim as ever, she steams up
and down the bay looking for a stray
schooner or a derelict scow to tow to
a place of safety.
The "Talula" is now engaged with
tne Fearless and the Eled In the tow-
ing business, and lively competition is
exnected a!on 1, thp watorfmnt . .
The old boat has hopn thnmnMr
overhauled and is ready to give a tow.
for a consideration .to almost
thing that comes Into the harbor. She
has been recently painted and with
her new American flag flying at her
,- !.-. 1 r
o4U tu "e snowing.
The Talula Is in
w m..m. o 111 charge of Captain
Garland while Albert X- Durant the
ner engineer. Bert Wheeler, last night
accepted a poslUon with the Pearl
Harbor Dredging Company, but hi3
place will probably be filled by C W.
WASHINGTON STAR 1DIOCV.
(Springfield Republican )
-n ... v vw. j a vMi. w..innifn or u Nttnrene I'ourt rcr "" ! mwiwi., . ruur iat ie Humphrey 0 Bonolnla kaa
complete a. vindication froa the De
1 partment of Justice anent the charges
preferred against him by the Honolulu
Bar Association as could be desired.
Among the charges was one that he
had been a political partisan while
holding a judicial oSce. Yet Attor
ney General Knox, after careful scrutiny,
found nothing to- condemn on
therefore, to find tie Washington Star
attacking Judge Humphreys, after his
departure from the national eapital.
as a who returns
home to engage in a political fight
against Governor Dole. If Judge
Humphreys was a "capetbagse.,, he
was appointed just the same to the
bench by President McKInley; and If
he is a political marplot wearing the
ermine of the bench, then he goes
back to Hawaii with the indorsement
of Attorney General Knox.
Hawaiian Hotel Arrivals.
Arrivals registered yesterday were:
Geo. D. Renton, Ewa; Geo. W. Adams,
-Spreckelsville; Thos. Bauman, Waialua;
Henry W. Porter, Waialua; Jas.
T. Webb, Hilo.
ERNEST HOGAN'S FUNNY FOLKS.
A STRICTLY VAUDEVILLE BILL.
HOGAX, WISE & MILTOX, the Mc-
GLAIXS, the TRUSTYS. DAVIS &
DEHEARDE. DEAS & ROBIXSOX.
MADAME PLATO, and all the other
Artists will each appear in a
FIVE MINUTES LIMITED TO EACH
THREE' MINUTES TO EACH EN-
ONLY ONE ENCORE ALLOWED.
15 ACTS ALL VAUDEVILLE.
2 HOURS AND 30 MINUTES OF
Win. F. Wilson Co.
The leading Plumbers of San Francisco,
have decided to locate a permanent
establishment in Honolulu.
This will give the residents of this
city an opportunity of having their
plumbing done at reasonable rates by
the most skilfull mechanics in the
OFFICE AND SHOP AT THE
Alexander Young k ding .
(Successor to CH AS. SEYDONE.)
Designing and Gilding.
Advertising' a Specialty.
Office and Workshop:
1170 UNION STREET.
I The Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
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AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.
The Hoiter Drug Co.,
Is loaded up with Good Things for
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
PIES just like your Mother used
Cookies. Macaroons, Lady Fingers,
Cream Puffs and all the dainty styles
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to better grades for 50 cents. We
can furnish you a box of delicious
candle worth a dollar elsewhere.
Large stock of Christmas Tree ornaments
J. OSWALD LTJTTED,
PHONE 74. MANAGER.
HLSO S0ME MORE