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THE SIGN OP EE LIABILITY
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S. & W. Qrape Jtiice, pint
Post Toastie. (Cereal) :
Snider V Chili Satice . .". .
Panitnm Creams ; . .v. .'.J'.
HENRY IIAY & CO., LTD.
.. :.. BAGGAGE '
, "iT" Honolulu' Construction
f J Dry ing Co, Ltd.
..' $5 Queen $L
Phone 4 4981
CURIOS - 'AND NOVELTIES,
Port .-. Card. Pennants, Pillow
Topi - made - t : order; - Art
tanpe.v - v-'
HAWAIIAN:, DISTRIBUTING .
1109 Alakea St
: PUT IT-' UP TO -""'i
'3'-.;' ; ": ' -A ; .
WHITE " WINGSSOAP '
. Mf you.aetk eleanllhe., ;:.
r HCr;CLULU ATiCO,. ,t:
i' Hotel Ct, r. Cethef St.
h $10 .and $13.S0:;;v.
-IDEAL CLOfHING "CO.
1,-. : E4 Hotel Street '
Hotel tU cpp. Younj Cafe j
' 'New Ear Drops r V - i
cr.rcccNT "j evvclry ca
- Conkllna'a 'SeFlllina
- . i Fountain Pens
lisi' Port St, nr. Pauahl
... . I wll W w w w
"ill.-.j C'trtat ;
Tha ll:r:J-!j Jr:r AVcrki'
C:rr;i.-y t:!:;:t c:rrc :;;r.-;r.ca
- and vi;l c'i-y f.-rr'r't e:J-
e--;!;;.....t cf .Fiit;.v
Us. : v - : -
Hctel Ct, near Cethel Ct
y. t:::: :;uva
Z0n CHAC3 Fked In
.' :::a CI ttcx CL-
OAHU ICE CO! LTD.
Lt;M Chade CIothTop Boots t
'-."! for particular ladle's. V "U:
r ' Fort, at Klna St
'. LOWZST PniCES.;-':
. tLV-.ccrui;. ;
CI:Mcp and Hctsl Ctrttta
;1 Embroideries : :i
HAWAII A SOUTH v
CEAS CURIC CO.
. Terr B&IIilsg
CTAn.rnxrTnr cnx3 tcu
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bottIes.V4.. . .Kegular525p,lK)t. ... .... . .Spfml 20c bot.
. . ! h ; K . .vKegular5c pkg.. . . . . . . ..Special lOcpfcg.,
. ... . t.; . ... Regular ;20c lot . . . . Special 15c bot.
- . .V. ... . : .. : .Kegular 10c. pkg. . ...... .Siecial 3 for 2oc
TO O ACCUJ
; Take Laxative Brorno Quxniaa
Tablets. All droggists refund
I the money if it fails to cure.
E. W. Grove'a ejna.tttre is oa
. each box; 0': ; . ' . '. ;
vwni(m( rr. e t- o a .
Be sure to look at the jpeclals Hay
& Co. orfer. for tomorrow; : if-f1
Round .the is!aad ; In auto. $3 0p;
Lewla EUhIea. irbone 2141. Adr.
Fashionable .'gowns to order. Mrs.
W. El BelL Love Bldg Fort St.-Adr.
.There are some exceUenlljr-designed
nnrfaU ecu. BherbcHcU-'and tea sets
la Bllver at Wichman, XlCa'tC'o -v-V-M
is iaift lunes Vf. F. Scburman, osteo-,
r..- !: i. ki. Lt,T-A i
rath, may be consulted at his offfcei,50
:.r"r Ir' I.!-r
cau. displayed. s Stilton &' Parsons
k; rW v' a ".."
Adv.' ;,: .. . e
Do'lt nowl. See Lejverff Cooke's
fine array of ' wall papers and, hang
ings. Get .their advice and suggestions
as to the proper papering of ? : your
walls.' ' ,r . .: p- . r t e'
Poultry tot sale a flne lot of fancy
barred and white Plymouth rocks Just
arrived per Wilbelralna, Tel.; 1109 or
call at our stables, 52 Kukut street
Club Stab!es,Xtd.; iv:,;. ; -
Just investigate the retaluma Elec
tric Incubator at the California Feed
Co Ltd. This is the Incubator tha
laiWt rnT.;;V: --i tonleBl at o'clock.- Rer. A. A; EberT
rnTd J,ercentage hatcb,es e.vf5tl sole wW gitrf the JthirA of.the aeries
cured. v..-.,.;:-r.,: T'-tJ'l.t. 'i-.-r.w-:
.. steamer., tasketv nil 3d with .fruit
candles or dafntlps or with all thrM
In severarsC, Jt hTthiV,r
in several siaes.- Just the thing to
h v Vh 1 H!n fn -frnni Roi t f ! jih j B r'y the pupils Of the SCbOOl Will
Ah: " 00 4Il,m.Seat.tle. .a 'fin,Sarticinate.'. rH' '
xoeni oi sipperea DiacK coa, Kipperea ,
salmon and kippered 'herring All In j
iu(Kt'.-'lling hf.1271 and place yoar,
i4ii..rimAn i . : r.-r
put c2,this Important progressive step?
,ht:i uto r.o i.Mlwn
t.lc of-Hawaii-deposit any . amount '
restlarly ' to . the amount ' cut "t awayl"
It's .the real, thing dev, lv- 4 h
r-iifB '..k.Ltu -
rtyllBh. most' interesting suita.- -this
reason are sold only at the Clarion. V"u? "A ""i1'" A "
Come la ani see' them. : Suits many ng thei C0tract8 vttlr JJ8
stores would aSk high prlcea for rec Steamship Company sc that tje
foMVtthe Clarion for fi low5 as J20. fS6 " f
Some as hish as; but no higher than, , rS - : v.v
r v ' ': yw' "'" ' I A "Japanese housemaid-at 'the:rest
CnEVER ' FLAf iTATIO t JS D -I!
SHOWIfJG BIG YIELDS; fft
HAI'J f.'EEDED IN KAU
With the exception of those on jthe scene, . Mra! Hamman's purse - con
Kau sidftthe Drewer plantations on -taining.i40, was found on the prisoner,
Hawaii are ; nakiag .good '. progress," the police say, V-: '
Richard I vers, secretary of Brewe a m
Ca, said today on his return from aji'nnii rr itcan noAWhc AT '
InsTSprtlnn trin nn thA R!s Inland- to. UUIl I If CM II UnMNUC Ml . .
day.. A dry spell on the Kau side has :
SarinoraI rirvoo t Ian o on A Viclrl : hrfc I
gnnamg consiaeraoiy., ne saaa. , -. , , f . IrIgh . Scotch, German. Chinese and
. On the Hilo side the weather has .Portugueae-th ey will all get Into the
been favorable and the crop. 1s mafc , gt. p. ,,0 at the Ad
mg a good showing lxth,ln quantity ,CIqd luncheon .tomorrow.:; It vill be
Rn1 quty. :. -- r ::-. ; ; . r. grand : old-fashioned March 17 rahin
.,. , .... ''X ' dig,. according to President Farring-
A A bM legalizing the pracUse . of , ton, hoae' claim to Irish. , descents
Christian Science was tatroduced,; in it he oncel lived In Boston, of which
theNew York sute awmbly. - t -Honeyr Fitzgerald was once" mayor
rr-....- r --j f :s:c croc?
, . . SSTAUHKO 1t7t.. , .
A .!npl hFc m4 effectirt trottnnt fothmcbUl
nwibka. wufcNt JoiBt tb MaMck wkh Ann.
UH witk Mecca for thiity rn -.
Tb arryiM the utwefbe tpb- Iffc4 vkk
ervrr breath, makta brcsthiac ea. mmcbc the ton
throat, aaa nap. tb covW aaMurtar tcacfaU altata,
CictoieM to iar.la.blc to Mbcn ntk MB C&IU
rea ..J iaao to wrfefen lro Aaana. v
ALL DRUGGISTS. .
MC TaxMf 7"aifci
for (ke trnottd taraab
Taey .r tin pie. effee
trt amiaratte. Ot
yaar drerflK ar troB
u, la tnifa
tl CartUaot SU K. T.
little disc to 1-2-7-1
Excelsior Lodge. I. O. O. meets
this ercning at 7:30 o'cjock.
Honolulu Lodge No. 409. F. and A.
IU special second degree tonight at
.7:30 o'clock. .
! : Regular, meeting of WiUiajn McKin -
jejr Lodge. K. of this evening in
i Pythian Hall. ; :
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? Hawaiian TrlbeU. R. M, regular
meeting this evening. in Odd Fcilaws'i
building at 7:30 , o'clock;
The' Hawaiian : Band; gavo a public
concert at noon today in Bishop park,
in fr'ontfHhe.Aleiander Young hoteL
,t w u.ia c.
coming a 'Citizett of the United States.
M. Komeya, manager of the Japan
Yoshihito next October.vv:
.. Dr.. Sidney . Ii ; Gulick addressed
1500 Japanese on his .work in. 'Japan.
at the Japanese theater in Hilo 'Sun
day night The address was made In
fluent Japanese. ;:? ''v; ,; i .'!
V Juan Vlllanueva, a Filipino, was con
victed of second-degree" lirgtary" by. a
jury: In Circuit Judge Ashford's, court
yesterday.-and ttentenocxj to two and a
half years: imprisonment'. :
Tha-Pnclnaot Xfan'. TMVtl ilasa - at
the Y; Mr C A. meets in Cooke: ball
.,rtn . :,, v - n.. f,
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-The rKaimukl' DoysVClub .will give
i- uu Jkthw
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,j, ii.-v oa.- ha
cepted the task.'of attemptlhg to find
m Honolulu hd wUl provide
chfldrenwho ure des-tltute, In the
'--I' r':-yTT7T ;:iv;-J. --r. h
J01 fP1 omn4cf r
'the Chamber of Commetce will take
"Pi1111116,?1.1 lJhe !Stot flce
dence T3f Mrs:'Ena Himmani-t2S Ho
tel street;; discovered an thief In the
Louse . yesterday, . chased . him. down
South King .'street and finally secured
a hold oar hisT collar ythat: she did not
Telea'3e until 'thtt nolice arrived on the
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AD CLUB TOMORROW
Anyway, . there: will be Irish reels
'- and songs by real Irish.- beauties, he
'isays.,"1', ; -ff; f tv -'-'A "-yf -M. V' :-'
-; As an International . feature ' Jack
London wilf-give' & talk oa "Burying
the Hammer. ' . -
CRACK SKATING PAIfi ' ;
SHOWING AT RINK
' - Last night at the skating rinkRan--".tlall
'. and Donnelsr; opened .a ; limited
: engagement before a large audience
Master Benhie Randall Is a champion
: Juvenile; skater with records fronr ail
the largest rinks in the states. The
eaae withwhich he performed Intrfc
cate trick, and dancing steps last eve
ning before the local audience, was ap
plauded.: The other member of i the
team, Donnelly, is a distance man and
an eccentric skater. - ",: '
. These two skateri will introduce1 ail
the latest steps and novelties tn link
work and will exhibit every evening
and v afternoon during V their engage-
I mentv '. ; ', x - '
The management announces a bras'.
, band 'In attendance In' the future and
the introduction oftmany. new skating
., fada. : :.- . ...3'.: .' a- x , ,,-.-
Sir Charles Augustus' i Hartley ; a
noted engineer, died -fa London: , v:
5 h Don't Feel Good v :
TliaV is what a lot 6T peopTe tell ui, -'UstiaEy
their bowels only need cleansihjV
J 1 WSf paw'S . B"a' fSS"aw alf4ntaf' : .
, ... .:" MT?"?
J wi3 do the trick and make you feel fine. .
We know ; this positively. Take one -tonigh.
- Sold only by iiv 10 cents."?-"
i fWnon, -Smith ' A Co, Ltd.
VAV FHOi" I COAST
uipment Bought onj Main-
nd Described By Con
George D. Marshall, who. is Inter
ested: with his father. George E. .Mar
shall, in the Hiio breakwater contract,
returned from the coast in. the Wilhel-
mina this mcrn'ng. With him ia Fred
If. Pickles.; mho will Lave charge of
part ct the work.
m . . a -
'aiarenaii -senior -rejuirnea irmi ia,
coast on March S, learing- his son to
superintend, the conatmction cf two
model barges, which are to be used
In transportm? large rock for "the
l eap and slope of the Hllo breakwater
j from the waipio quaiTr. These barges
are being shipped to Hilo Jn. sections
and will be i put , together-there by
men sent over by the original build
jere. It was impossible for Marshall
- to get marine insurance on the barges
for a tow across the Paciflc and it
was therefore necessary to ship them
in - sections., i
The seagoing: tug purchased by a. EL
Marshall in Seattle la expected to ar
rive at HUo within a few days. 'This
tug is oeing conveyed by a larger, ves
set for half USedistance.. the idea be
ing to replenish the fuel supply In
midocean. : The tug was recently pur
chased by Marshall -In, Seattle, and
before taking it the -contractor had it
thoroughly ; tested by towing loaded
sand barges, the-tug, developing 600
horsepower, according to Marshall;
The new rock, barges., are expected
at Hilo about April 1 and will be set
UP and ready for operation brine first
of May. V- tXX;:V ':.
: The nsual Tuesday, evening r dance
will be beW-at . WalklW Inn this eve
ningl -";'-; , ;; ''' ;: '- '
; You are -cordially Inyited ta attend
and enjoy-, an exceptionally pleasant
evexring.-T-advertlsement ' ''t -
OFPRINCESS RUTH; DEAD
-rMrs. JKalunPaakahlav ' once 'are-
tainer of v Princess Rath v Keellkolani
and mother of Mrs! Mary K.'Aiu, wife
of Representative AIo, died early today
at ' the home, of auxxAm AattKuakiai
street . Heart trouWertbrpught about
her -death.:.' -She was 7y ears old. She
leaves a husband, John Paaaaula; four
daughtersiand a Bonl cTbe funeral will
be held tomorrow afternoon t 5:30 at
the .WilHams , undertaking rooms.
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i Art needle-workTclasaes are. held-as
ipnows. i-p-cX - v;f ?. "'r' s;-.',.-f;.
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They should- be of particular Inter
est ' to r those wishing instruction in
embroiderv work. ...
t Colored embroidery rclasses, , Tues
day and .Friday,- 2 p,,nt- yl'- -'V-
Madeira embroidery, crocheting ajid
tatting, Thursday, 2 p; 'nt-:r 'X'l ''XX
Children's classes every ? Saturday
morning, 9- o'clock.: r.nXt
: b.- f.;ehlers& CO.
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will: show, the cause tf .this. disease.
and modern methods of combating it
The lecture will be glten la Cooke
hali;at::8 ;o,clock,:y y:'!s:
Frank Guerrero and John Torrea re
ceived nine months ; and fone month
resoectivelv at .Police Judge M6nsar-
rat s hands yesterday for wue-beaung.
Guerrero's wife, accompanied by thfee
small children, took the stand and tes
tified that. he i had broken? her- nose,
blackened "both? eyes rand kicked "and
choked lier. ..Torres had kicked his
wife because she: refused to remove
the shoes troin; nls. feet r:--".-1 ; t- ; :
Prof. Vaughan MacCaughey oU the
College of Hawaii will deliver a lecture
on "Landscape Gardening ' With : Ref
erence to Small Gardens'- tinder -the
auspices -of ? thev .Outdoor--' Circle on
Thursday evening. Jttarch- IS;" t ; 8
o'clock at the Library of Hawaii, Dr.
Illlngworth " asslstaig. The picture
will .be t Illustrated: with tereopticon
plcturea and wall charts.: The general
public is Invited ta attend, ?if V :i.
; L.; .. m m :' . -r:-
The house' plans to assemble early
Saturday morning' and tour theyari
otis territorial Institutions In automo
biles. A" visit to the" College of Ha
waii Ibe , GirlsV Industrial schooLc the
experimental station .and jthe animal
quarantine "station 'will be Included.
ANNUAL AND SPECIAL-MEETING.
?f-?,"i:, ' ;:;-tjp ' I '
: Consolidated Pineapple - Co, Ltd. .
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- Notice Is hereby given that the an
nual ; meeting of: the -stockholders of
the Consolidated Pineapple Company,
Limited, win be held at the of flee of
th e - Hawaiian Development Company.
f Limited -Kerr building, Alakea street
Honuolulo.- on Saturday, March' ; 20,
1915. at S. o'clock a. nL, "and that a
meeting of the 'stockholders; has been
specially called at thesama time and
place for the ' purpose of determining
whether the rcompany , will , dissolve
and disincorporate. ;
'"'. ' -'' -tT:';.-H. K.'--'Lk CASTLE, .-, -X:-X
4 .--; Secretaryl
v , HorioIuluT. H, Marcll 1$; 191S. v :
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Queen Liliubkalani. Mayor and
y Board;; of : Supervisors ,
. Join in Ceremony : ,
'Kamanele park, the new five-acre
nark tract set aside at Vancouver road
nd Kaala Point Manoa- valley, was
formally dedicated by 10 fioweHel
girls ; yesterday In the . presence of
Queen Liliuokalani, Mayor Lane, Su
pervisors Logan - and Hollinger and
Mrs. Gertrude Johnson Blake and 100
other Members of the Outdoor Circle.
Carrylns? great armfula of flowers,
the tea little girls; dressed m white,
mounted . to -the top' of a pyramid
ahaped rock nd strewing their leis
over the , rocks, they sangt ' ' j
,I name, thee, O park, Kamanele.w i
Queen Lfiluokalani; was escorted tov
the park by Mayor Lane... The mem-
bers of the Manoa Club and Outdoor
Circle and - other guests occupied a.
place of vantage, en : the lanal of the -Blake
residence, directly opposite the ?
park. :.-:: :pr-J.:-p:rdr.- : h-- .;. f -. j
.. The name Kamanele was selected
at the suggestion of Mrs. Mary. J.j
Montano and was adopted because 6;
the fact that the Princess Kaminele 4
once resided Ih what Is now , known
as Manoa valley. P. C Jones, former
ly treasurer of Punahou Academy, ex-1
plained that the Oahu College trustees ;
purchased - the valley for. $1250, 130
acres, when the college. - was first pi
ginlzed, and that the Institution real
ized ' $92,000 by ' seRing subdivisions
and . lota.' He ; said, that 'the college
set aside the five-acre tract now known
as Kamanele park' for park purposes.
Miss. Kulamahu Ward read, an In
teresting historical paper on. the choice
of name for the park, with extempore
remarks adding much to' the' pleasure
of the audience. Mrs. Jonathan ShaW.
In" touching manner, Conveyed this ap-
proval fpf ..the jiame byer ' mother,
the venerable - Mrs. Sereno - Bishop,
now-over 90 years or age.
- Mayot : Lane ; and Supervisors :.: Hol
linger and Logan assured those pres
ent : that : the - city of ficiils would do
everything - possible- to wards assisting
(he civfc worker? of the valley in mak-.
lng , the valley park a? Deauty. spoti
During ' the 'ceremohiea; ; Mrs. Julian
Walanika; and, Mrs,' Kale.Maikal sat
at the former queen's feet and chant'
ed Hawaiian; sosgs A gjrls gje clqb
'.TCamafleleJVark Is going to be dlf''
ferent; from any tother-parlclniithe
city, according, to ,Mr, JEhrhorn'a s re-
marks yesterday, said Supervisor pa
ganlthis imorning,' randits 2 share of
eld from the municipal .'coffers will
be money well spent The" spirit Shown
at. the,: dedication ceremonteayester-day,Uoih-
by. the Manoa-b.ranchLf.the
Outdoor " Circle 1 and the representa
tive 6f the' local' improvement' club,
was edcbUraglne of belief that the best
the ,'superyisors. can do for . the.' park!
wur really- oe only, a Bmall proportkJn
of the total outlay "of thought.) effort
and money - In making Kamanele park
something 'different .-'. .. - l, l. i ' - r"
With the - castellated-- background
of mossrock left "by a - primeval lava
flow-; ; draped with - rare-'-varieties of
nightbloomJng, cereus and - flowering
vines,; as ' Mr. Ehrhorn described, the
scene, spneJof. the -Interstices ; holding
the, rich ti-leaf plant as Mayor Lane
was applauded for suggesting and 'the
gently sloping lawn area , in the fore
ground embellished. wlth6U-selected
foliage and flowers, this new' park in
the midst of the marvellously grand
valley, already profusely studded with
opulent homed and classic groves, will'
be one of the finest show places as
well as one 'of the most Idear resting
nooks in - all Honolulu. . - In .fact- it Js
bound to become a prime asset of pro
motion.1 "4 : ';-..;,',4 , iJ i : i i
."Manoa, In this esthetic enterprise,
again jbids for - leadership' among su
burban. . sections." zX. ' - ". - X
:M OVERBURDENED WIFE i
If ; the . work. ; that ; women do and
the pains they suffer could, be meas
ured in figures, what a terrible array
they would - presentr;Thrbugh; girl
hood, wifehood' and, motherhood wom
an tolls on, often suffering with back
ache pains In .side, headaches- and
nervousness- which are tejt-tale symp
toms of organic derangements which
Lydla EPjnkhain's . Vegetable :Coni
pound made from roots and herba
can undoubtedly correct ; Women
who 'suffer, should inot, give up hope'
until they have given It a- triaL-raa-
I n "v ' a .
LOOM1S In'- Honolulu, Maffch r!6
1915, to Mr. and Mrs. - Charles F.J
Loomla,- Saratoga road, WaikikL a
. daughter, Alice Nevius Loomis". '
UNDSAYAt. Honolulu,- on March
18, to Mr. and ! Mrs: A.' Lindsay, Jr
. aa a .
a The Russian government will ..take
over.'aO stored graiii ;lAjRassia1 vnow
in the hands of specniatofs. -c
a kih orr.eaoT r a ov roncvtw
m tr. IV FEU1 XZIZZTS '
Raaiaraa Tka, FtavWA
PiMklaa. Metb Patekaa,
JCa.il aa4 Skis Diaaaaaa,
aod triry at l,a
tMUot. It kaa rte.
to taat Of Mr mt. aa4
taaaliaml.aa w. taat.
UtoWim ft ta ara-'
party Bad Aeat m .
aovntarfMt 9t aiaiilar
an. Dr. I. A.Sayt
fid t. ladr f ta
AMttra ( Mttao I :
Aa ra ladlaa anil mm
ihanv I rinBBM
U tka iMt ftarnfal af T tb. Mia -pr.prattaaa.f
frtT.tj A tsa rYapa, Crest Jcsss U LT.
- - - Sf aaaaiarai M btibbb
Sah Franci sco's
j( N. V. cor.T Post & Stockton Sta. .
I JFacinff the Plata of tnton Sy
; , -Open February 20, 1915.; v-V;'
Ha the heart of - the ahopplng
' and theater districts.. :.; . U
Situated on a corner opposite a.
beautiful, park and having the
- largeat Interior hotel - court In '
; the city.. Insures sunlight and
ventilation lit all rooms. .
ICnisine and service of the best
Stockton street cars direct to,
the Exposition, In eight minutes,
JOHN G. BARKER. X''"
Formerly Co-Proprietor Hotel
' . ; Stewart . - . ,
ROBT, J.( RORINSO.V, .
We can furnish you with details
and estimates for any and ' :
alt excursions. ;
Cor.; Hotel and: Union Sta, !;
Phone 5398 HonoIulivT. H.
Ice Gream o
? per Gal.) . I f
; -VOUR SPECIALTY -
, . 2. Delivered); . ,
:35c per doz.
' Locomotive sparks caused sixty per
cent bf itbe-1 fires ' on national forest
purchase areas m the- White, moun
tains 'of Jew England rand the South-
ern Appalchians la 1914, actording to
he forest serve..--;tv-!;,:
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0mf- loblcu up hithe Record; of
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Results secured with the
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Petaluma! Electric Incii'-
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Guliforhia Feed G6.yILtd
Cor. Alakea and Queen 8ts, ';.; H'!
' This expression seems-ta most!
-. ment of "'; - - -1:. ..' . -.v ' ':X. , i- r : ' t'-- . -1: ;;;'- '".' .
"'which has just, arrived and consists of a- large'Trarlcty -of Jardinlprea?
Vasea.ymhrella Jarsj Lilly Pans; etc To the'other virtues: of this
pottery we have addd' an extremely attractive tow price:," '
- 10-Jn'ch " Vasesrassorted ahapea. : . : ... ; .. . j . .; . . . . J5c ' each .
4 -and 6-inch Jardinieres. . . . ... . v . . . 2Se each
e-lncb Jardinieres ......,.;.i.r35c and 50c each
. 7-inch Jardinieres . '.'. ,..75c each
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