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An Act to lucroaso tho Facilitloa to
Depositors nnd Providing for
Term Deposits in tho Hawaiian
Postal Savings Dank.
Bk it Esactkii by thu Executive nnd Ad
visory CounclU of tho Provisional I
Government of tho Hawaiian Islands:
Section 1. The I'ostmnstcr-Gcnornl, ns
Managei ol tho Postal Savings Hank, with
tho convent and approval ot tho Minister
of Finance, may Issue lo any person Tartu
Doposlt Oortil'ieutes in tho name ol tho
Hawaiian Postal Savings Hank for deposits
of not lots than l'lvo Hundred Dollars nor
mote than Fivo Thousand Dollars.
Br.cuox 2. The lUiiouiitd so doposited
shall draw Intorest at a rato not to exceed
six percent, per annum to bo computed in
accordance with the law regulating the
Bank, bueh deposits shall not in the ag
gregate oxeced $ 150,000 at any one time.
Sixmos 3. The term for which any
deposit shall bo received under this Act
shall not exceed twelve mouths.
Suction 4. Tho form of the said certi
ficates shall be as follows, and shall con
tain the conditions hereinafter set forth:
HAWAHAN POSTAL HAVINISS BANK CEUT1FI
Advertiser simply wants to blot out
ovory rotnombrnuco of Hawaiian
nationality. It has joinod in tho
murder, now it wants to bury tho
"Soth Crownll, ono of tho most im
portant merchants in Hawaii," is
introduced to tho readers of tho San
different from tho old ones. Tho
sons of missionaries havo grabbed
up all tho formor wealth of tho
nativo, and 85,000 Asiatics" with thoir
loathsomo seeds of death havo been
introduced, not for tho bonofit of
tho poor aborigines, but to satisfy
tho lust for cold of tho whita intru
ders. But tho only moans now for
tho poor natives to avoid being
crushed uudor tho uow order of
things, is precisely to carolully cling
" -l . - .1 XI -
LS. U I ( V J i
V-h-'jI. ( J.r-v vor tL V
Fiancisco Bulletin as "an annos
nlionist of tho most pronounced to a government of their own in
I stamp," and "who is very much put tlioir own country, aim not uj .stir
out over tho fact that President
Olovelund has scon tit to do nothing
.11 tho matter." Seth shows ho is a
gemiino Honolulu annexationist,
.inyway, when lie says, after tolling
)f blighted hopes thus far, that
'just now we are of I ho opinion that
o will havo to hoe our own row."
rendorinir tho management of their
own affairs to tho touder mercies of
aliens interested hi thoir destruc
tion. Tn nrdnr In rlitfpnd tlin indofensi-
blo attiludo of l'rof. Alexander, Ka- j have used August Mower with the
A. BcllaiijMr, Ttopr., Plovc Foun
dry, Alonlnj,'iiy, (Jr.ilw, writes: "1
have used AiV'.ust Flower for Dys
pepsia. It r:vc me gtat relief. I
recommend 'it to all Dyspeptics as n
very good remedy."
Ed. Bcnrcroi, General Dealer,
Lauzon, Levis, Oiukc, writes: "I
Lie upon lie, lio upon lie, and so
tho Aduntifcur is built. Failing a
particle of proof to bolster up its
fabrication of an insinuation that
Minister Blount's action in regard
to Mr. Xordhoff was disapproved hy
tho Secretary of State, tho morn
ing Lio-for-you-sir makes up another
lio to cover its tracks when it ropro
sonts tho Now York Horald as haviug
merely saiu uku, oocroiary trnuumu ; mWor)'. an(la tnko woud ovoll bo
was "reported to havo mado tho roatfy to ijUru tut,m aijvo according
maaina wants us to boliovo t hat
tho ''agis of tho American lvopnb
lie" with tho "political security" it
is so well known to grant lo tho
weaker races within its own borders,,
is tho only salvation for tho unfor
tunate kanaka, in his own land!
Many thank". Kaniaainal Indeed
the frightful "protei'"on" dispensed
by Undo Sam to tho poor Indians,
who aro oppressed, starved and ox
terminated in tlioir scanty "reserva
tions" of tho waste lauds, aftor boing
driven away from all tho good ones,
is a true index of tho lot that awaits
tho Hawaiian with annexation. Tliey
would immediately bo driven to tho
wall, starvod, treatod as "a damned
denial" of tho Honolulu falsehood
in question. The Washington cor
best possible results for Dyspepsia."
C. A. Birriti;jtn:i. Engineer and
Geimnil Siniili. Sj dtiey, Australia,
writes: "August blower has effected
a complete cure in my case. It act
ed like a miracle."
Geo. Gates, Corinth, Miss., writes:
" I co:iMlcr your August Flower the
best lcmedy in the world' for Dys
pepsia. I was almost dead with
that disease, but used several bottles
of August Flower, and now con
sider myself a well man. I sincerely
recommend this medicine to suffer
ing humanity the world over."
0. tt. fiREUX. S-lc Manufacturer,
f."i' Ihnrv. "v ,1ycv. !' S. A.
ltccelved f rom In J rospondout of tho Horald quoted
tho Secretary of Stato directly m
deuying that Minister Blount's
course in any particular had failed
voiu, jjouura un
Deposit, payable In Coin on pre
sentation of this Certificate, properly in-
months, and will bear interest from'.!!!!'. I to moot tho approval of the adminis-
ISO.., at the rate of
per cent, pe: annum, and in accordance
with the conditions printed hereon.
Minister of Finance.
Present this, Certificate at the Postal
Savings Bank at tho expiration of tho term
stated herein. Interest will cease at that
Holders at a distance may Indorse this
Certificate and send by mail to tho Postal
Savings Bank, when it will be paid.
Tills Certificate may be transferred by
endorsement, and principal with interest
will be paid to the holder hereof.
Section 4. This Act shall take efl'eet
from the dato of its publication.
Approved this 15th day of June, A. 1).
Signed SA.NFOB.D B. .DOLE,
President of the Provisional Government
of the Hawaiian Islands.
J. A. Kino,
Minister of the Interior.
7(!7 1 iu-27 -It
Sale of Lease of Crown Land in
North. Kona,' Island of Hawaii.
By order of tho Commissioners of Crown
Lands, Mr. .Tames F. Morgan will sell at
public auction, at his salesroom, on
THU USD AY, August 10th next, at 12
o'clock noon, the lease of that tract of land
situated at North Kona, Island of Hawaii,
known as the Anupuaa of Puuwaawaa and
containing 40,000 acres, more or less.
Term 25 years.
Rent (up'-et) $330 per annum, payable
semi-annually in advance.
The Leas-e to be told under the following
1st To keep np the Forest to its present
2d To keep the I.antana from making
any further headway.
3d To put upon the land within 3 years
from commencement of lease substantial
inipiovements of a permanent character to
the value of .WOOO.
Intending bidders must previous to the
sale satisfy tho Commissioners of their
financial ability to carry out the covenants
of the proposed lease.
For further particulars, apply to
C. P. IAUKEA,
Agent of Crown Lands, at the Court House.
Office Commissioners of Crown Lands,
Honolulu, July 17th 1893.
700 lt-31 It
That rumor about the death of
the President of Franco was not
"afloat on the streets two days be
fore" it was published in the Bulle
tin. Tho Advortisor simply lies
again. Members of tho Advortisor
and Star staffs both wore anxiously
trying to iiud tho sourco of tho re
port in this paper aftor its publica
tion. If it was known to bo an
"absurd and unsubstantiated rumor,"
I whj did neither of our smart con
! temporaries have the courage to
1 denounce it as such before tho San
Francisco mail arrived? Tho French
Commissioner was satisfied with the
probability of tho report, when he
I had ascertained its origin privately,
and was making preparations to is
suo tho usual notices to the diplo
matic corps on tho arrival of tho
mail from tho Coast.
to Amorican precedents, if thoy at
tempted to protest. Now, Prof.
Aloxandor knows all this, and, as tho
Holomua very correctly said a fow
days ago, in order to carry out faith
fully his mission in Washington,
ovory word out of his mouth will
havo to bo a lie. But cortainly his
own dead father and tho mission
aries of his time would bo horrified
if thoy could soo Prof. Alexander
ready to barter tho death of that
same race of natives for whoso salva
tion thoy dovotod thoir own lives.
"Kamaaiua" caunot squirm out of
this. Anti Hujinua.
By Lewis J. Iiovoy.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
Foreclose and of Sale.
NOTKT, IS HEREBY GIVEN THAT,
in pur-unnco of a Power of Sale con
tained in a eettnln Mortgage executed Jan.
23, IMU, by .1. V. Pii anil Manic, his wife,
of Honolulu. Oaliu. to Mr?. Maria Kahat
f . n!.l If ... ..1..I.. ...I.1..1. If... ....... tc HA
i Ul -.MM 1 J UllUIUIIi. t 1IIUII ililll 11I0 ir, If
-" m corded In l.ilier I2;l at pages rfi and l.r)l,
l tho said Mottijageo intends tn foreclose the
F. M. Hatch and the 31st of July, j -aid mortgage for condition broken, to wit:
the nou-p lynicnt of both the principal and
EDITOR BULLETIN: ! intoreit u h'en due. And notice N hereby
, , , TT .. T I further g von that it i- the intention of
As an olu Hawaiian 1 was soino- bai( Mortgagee, upon ueh foicelosuro, to
what surprised and annoyed at tho sell the piopony tioscrin din ami conveyed
attitude of Mr. Hatch in tho Council b" s,.,i'1 -I"'tgago at lMbliu Auction at the
t .i .I-.. ...i,.. -r ti , 'auction r. mil ol Lewis J. I.ovcv, on tjuoen
the other day, when Mr. Dole con- btri!cU ,n 1Ion0ui.t, 01l j uEsDAY, the 1st
suited said Oouucil regarding tho day of August. 18M, at U o'clock noon of
propriety of proclaiming tho 31st a I "-aid day.
nublio.liolid.iv. Mr. Hatoh iinmudi-I Tllt: 1'1 orty K'J MirtRaEe is the
uoss, etc., auu being supportotl by
..-...:-.. ..- t. ......i.,, v....i .).-. fVii..
,-. ... . i iiiiuui .id ivuiivunt;, iijyi;ui Muivn, wuuu,
atoly opposed the proposition on the , tVuiibed in dec.l fiom U. H. Parker to V
ground of mterferouco with busi-
THBEE GALLANT DEFENX)EIIS.
Three members of the Board of
Health come out in a card, defend
ing the President from the onus of
responsibility for the Kalnlau affair.
As tho main, indeed the only point
of their defense is that the Board is
responsible as a whole, their resent
ment over invidious charges agaiust
. an individual member is rather
tardy in expression. It should havo
been due on the appearance of tho
gross attack upon Mr. Carter in a
Government paper, as being the
originator of tho proposal to enforce
tho segregation law on Kauai as
elsewhere. Mr. Carter, however,
being tho ouly member of tho Board
who was not an annexationist, tho
resentful trio could not find it thoir
duty to defend him as thoy attompt
to dofond tho President. It makes
a difference whoso ox is gored.
Whilo thoy woro about it, however,
tho chivalrous trio should have
stated whether it was tho easo or
not that Mr. Carter advised the Pre
sident of tho Board to consult his
colleagues of the Government be
fore proceeding to carry out tho
docision of tho Board. This was
tho essential point in Mr. Cartor's
dofonso of himself, when dragged
into a controv rsy by a foul attack
on him, but tho triad ovado it al
ls. Pii. dated October 10. Ih7i. and recorded
in Liher "vl, pages270 an 1 2fl, and from W.
Mr. Young succeeded in preventing J S,, and'riJordVd ffi E ill pages 3l
thousands of Hawanans tho gratih- 3'Ki and 3J7, containing an area of 4 8-100
cation of seeing their great holiday nere'-
onlnhrttPil or it ln-ist olinrvnd hv 1LKMS Ol SALL Cash in U. b. gold
ceieorateu, or at least observed b c()i nml 1)(.etK at thu CM,en.0 of lar.
the Government. It is not the I chaser.
nioro loss of a holiday that is so gall-I y-I'or further puticulars apply to
ing and annoying, uot only to tho ! Ja- ' liaulia, - t tori. for f oi tKUKY"
Hawaiian but tho foreign residents, I MJ'b- J1A1'IA ;., 'je.
as tho fact that Ihey should bo plae- ' Honolulu. II. I.. Jnl (. ol
od in such a position, so as to bo i 771 in-s. 'it
subjected to such indignities, at - ' v""j?l. "-.i"iiLmr::rri
i no nanus 01 siraugors into jur. r j-
Hatch, who I feol safe in say-j I nni j-'')i
ing has never received anything
but kindness and consideration
at tho hands or Hawaiians, which
ho seems uow to bo repaying j
iu this maimer. It is well known (
and should bo remembored that Mr. j
Hatch sinco his arrival hero has per
sistently refused to lend his efforts '
to assist tho little country in any '
way, till tho annexation scheme i
broke out, whou he, immediately on j
his return from the Coast, bceamo
one of tho conspicuous characters in ,
tho move, and now has made hisuamo
as obnoxious to tho Hawaiians and
thoir sympathizers as it would bo to
an Amorican had ho succeeded in '
preventing tho celebration of tho j
4th of July. It is a queer common- j
tary on tho rights of a people, to
allow tho celebration of a loreign i
holiday only a fow weeks previous in I
our own capital, and deiy us tho
right to celebrate our own da'. Is
this right, is this justico, or is this
despotism? And how must Hawaii
submit to such iujusticol
Loii Branch Balls !
Extensive improvement' have recently
been made at this pop.il.ir resort, and tho
management announces a re-opening on
THURSDAY, JULY 6th.
Saturday, July 29, 1S9S.
The yarn about the China
man dying the tail feathers of
canaries and passing them ofi
as a new species of feathery
songsters is equal to the one
about the man from Jaytown
who paid a ventriloquist $500
for a white owl believing it to
be a new species of parrot.
There's tricks in all trades but
ours. You may wash our
Cages or scrape them with a
knife, you can't get the brass
off they're solid metal all the
The amount of building go-
ing on in Honolulu is sugges
tive of a boom a building
boom rather than a peace des
troying land boom; and these
improvements suggest others,
bath tubs for instance, not the
flimsy zinc affairs but the hand
some Enamelled Tubs which
you see advertised by the
LStandard M'l'p- Co. in all the
magazines. There's no need
for you to send off to the
States for them, we can show
you an assortment large
enough for anyone.
Our California agents sent
us some new fangled Key
Rings by the "Castle" that
ought to take well. They're
decidedly easy of manipula-
Mi-n onn xrt-ir r iinn Tr !
have also a lot of Key Rings
ot the conventional patterns
such as you have been using
for the past twenty years.
The styles are varied and the
The Red and White Glass
ware proved such a go that
we have replenished our stock.
The tall Water or Lemonade
Tankards beautifully cut will
grace any table. We have
also the Salad Bowls, Dishes ,
and Glass Tumblers to match 1
the tankard. The price will '
win your admiration as quickly j
as the ware. j
If you wish to know how I
rapidly and well brass work I
may be cleaned with Liquid I
Futz. watch the artist at JMc-1
Inerny's corner any morning j
as you come down to business.
It is decidedly the best polish ;
TEMPLE OF FASHION
Ooi'mor Jr-ort 8s Hotol Streets,
TWO GREAT SPECIALTIES M
I hug to Inform tho Ladles that 1 havo received n Largo and Com
plete Lino of the Celebrated
Diamond Bye Fast Black Hose
For Ladles, Gentlemen, Misses and Children In Silk, Llsloand Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK BOHCS IN BAI.I1UIGAN
INFANTS' OPENWORK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT 1 WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
est Coiimieiicmg SATURDAY the 13th, -m
WHEUE CHEAT INDUCEMENTS WILL HE OFFEHED.
Prices as -A-dvertiseci in my Wincio-vvs 1
Window Curtains! Window Curtains!
I am oncring Extra Inducements In that line, lteceivod about 150 Pairs
of WINDOW CUltTAINS
Manu.facturers' Samples !
IN SWISS, APLIQUE .t NOTTINGHAM.
.Ne-w Designs I Very Olioioe Patterna I
BSP" Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in "Windows Sa
OTarteiirL lssiteria,ls I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, IS INCHES WIDE, AT Sic.
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
'PH M ATI Y Kill T hTIR ' ther. Possibly Mr. Smith may
IflC UiilLi DULlllDllll. i havo coubiiltod his colleagues aud is
Pledged lo neither Sect nor Party,
But Entablished for the Benefit of All.
MONDAY, JULY 31, 1893.
1 now screening thorn, but tho fact
i of Mr. Carter's advice iu that regard
certainly frees Mr. Carter from tho
odium thrust upou him by tho Gov
"Melange" by any
would smell as bad.
Councillor Emmoluth would hard
ly bo blamed if ho used his sonato- !
rial power lo havo tho bidownlk by
his store repaired. As it is on the '
route between the Holomua office . ; i ( q
and the Post Ollico, that bete aoir of ' over that may
Mr. Emmoluth would surely not
growl at saving its editor's bunions.
o gin-mill majority.
, may moan. The i
Both tho Morning Padded Shoot
and tho Eveuing Gratis ltag appear
to bo deeply concerned regarding
tho circulation of the Bulletin
This is easily accountod for, as not
withstanding tho boycott which was
attempted ag.iiust it some mouths
ago, tho circulation of the Bulletin
has .still continued to increase, until
It has now tho largest genuine circu
lation of any newspaper priutod in
English in thu Islands,
A smart alock, who signs "Kama
aiua" in tho Star, is on tho warpath
for the purpose of trying to exone
rate tho Jixtraoruinury Uomnns
sionor, Prof. Alexander, from the
charge of inconsistency with his
father's teachings. He begins by
accusing '"Anti-Humbug" of beloug-
is ogrogiotio, but there is no dilli-
lenity in identifying ''Kamanina" as
one of tliOMi unprincipled pirates
who have considered it a very smart
Yankee deal on a defenseless and
conliding nation, to seize a country
that does not belong to them and
ilfer tho stolen article to the U. S.
' for annexation.
' "Kuinaaina" first shown that ho
knows nut what ho talks about, by
referring to the native population
of these l-.lamls, in ISM, as being
i lOS.OUO, whilst the olllcial census
only fouiil 71,01!) native.-'. Go back
to I'miiihuii Preparatory, my boy,
t and study moiv atlouiivoly, your
pat roll's "Brief Hintory."
"Kmiiu.'iiim" nest finds that tho
conditions of this country aro so
changed thai, if annexation to the
U, S. might Iihwj been "i lisasl rous"
in the native- in IU,")!!, it is now in
dispensable for tlioir protection and
' Hiilvfitiunl ami fur t lio satisfaction
of the foreign Jililiulir.i who havo
I icon allowed tuoottln hero by tho
nativcV oMiomu hunpitalily. "Ku
iiinuiiia" is light iu tin point that
the new and increased accommodations in
Tho L:idi33 Battling Department
turns tal l'lc'litieb arc offered to La
dies and Children.
gf A full assortment of New Bathing
Suits just leccived. 70'j-lm
Elegant -:- Restaurant
LADIES AND GENTLEMEN.
Mrs. Lack's lluildinjr, Tnrt, between King
nnd .Merchant streets.
Opening on Thursday, June 29th,
sident, Mr. W. O. Smith. Mr. Smith, I .t 10 .A.. 2.
in his communication to tho papors ! . , , , , ,,
Ti.. 07 0ui, ! :..:., ,. n i fW Uptaiti Uoom Uesen'ed for Ladies
July 27, states tho situation exactly anj thoir Kcorts.
as wo understand it. Tho responsi- ' , ,. , ,, .. , , ,
bility for tho Kalnlau affair rests Home Cookery. Only White Help Employed,
upon the board as ii whole, not upon, FRANCES H. NiCOLL, : : Proprietor,
any oue member of it, nor can any Tiii-im
member escape his sharo of tho , '
!p0nSluily. ar ,THn u F p8mr,R
I LULU Xii X.i un.xu.yj
Tho undersigned mombors of the
Board of Health feol impelled to re
sent tho attacks mado upon tho Pro-
F. H. Day.
Is a tantalizing admonition to those
who at this season feol all tired out,
weak, without appetite and discour
aged. But the way in which Hood's
Sarsaparilla builds up tho tired
frame and gives a good appetite, is
really wonderful. So wo say, "Take
Hood's and it will brace you up."
For a general family cathartic wo
confidently recommend Hood's Pills.
A NEW ASP COMMODIOUS
ha horn erected for the ucnoniniodntlon ' for Brass, Copper, Zilir, Stud,
ui i;ii iihi tiii'i iiiii' ui ' aiuc-, nun hii i p. , . r"M
i in, uronze, uoiu or onver, a
half dozen rubs and the article
is handsomely burnished.
A month hence and the nim
rods will be preparing for an
active campaign against native
ducks. Sportsmen are as fas
tidious about their ammunition
as the average woman is about
her Easter bonnet, the dealer
must cater to the wants of the
man who swears by Wood
powder as well as those who
believe Schultze and S. S. to
be the only powder fit to use
in a gun. When the season
opens we will have a supply
of the best "loaded to order"
Cartridges obtainable. Our
orders for the fall supply have
gone forward and the stock i
will be here in ample time for
the Sept. I st sports. We have ;
in stock some of the best j
Cleaning Rods that ever en- j
tered a gun, and we have also j
handsome Sole Leather Shell !
Cases, Last year we imported !
' a few on special orders, this i
1 year we will keep them in
First-class Bathing Resort 5 stock if the public win allow :
us to; we would rather sell
1 Fivo Minutes from tho Cars. ! tiem
xo-i..io..ui..ruu...s should leave the! A few Soup Ladles of ex
, carsih-M swiiuii after imihIiib tho Wuikiki ceotionallv neat cesiirns cair.e
1 Poultry ards. 7'U-!lm ,.'.. .,' ,. . .
tft oQaa u" H riri Unl fw SiAnillllAAK
I1DW OU U NUUMIUa
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands : : : 25c. Each
"Wortla. 50. Cents.
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands : : : 35c. . Each
"Worth. 75 Cents.
RVS. TREGLOAN & SON.
AT REIKI'S, WAIKIKI-KAI,
Are now ouan to the Public nnd U be
curried on a-, u
Lodgo lo Progroa do l'Oceanlo, No. 1S4,
V.1STC OXJ VER
P. W. BAUER,
It is a pity there havo boon too
many holidays in Hawaii to suit tho
Advertiser. That paper thinks half
a dozen more of thono obaorvod
"uudor the monarchy" might bo cut
off without anybody's objecting. Ah
out of tho fifteen holidays Hated in
Tliriiin'd Annual only half adozou
are Hawaiian miliouul holidays, tho thu pruauut eoudilioau aro vautly
rplIEUU Vhh BE A MEETING 01'.. n , . , , sell VOU
ntuitlC ltt!,,teils,A?li ; Auctioneer, Commission Agent, , Ever si
and Fort, THIS (Mundi.y) EVENING, I . n,.,,,,!..,., ,
July Hi.utTiiiuo'clook, for j Iiiofcer, rorwanliutj ami Shippluu nri-'lKLr '
It kg fn it Monthly JIusikiioh.
MombeM of Huwuilan I.odgu and nil
Hojotirnlitij llrethren uro friiturnully invited
to he pro-unt.
Jlyordorof tho ; M.-.
LAND FOR BALE
A T IWII.El, HOI.'GbllMJ,
of bund, close to Itev. .1. Will-
utnnii'b pnii(irly. nml known iih i
"I'ltlao't l.itnd." 'Iciiiih nith. jik.
Apply to J. V. Iv.UJAHMlA.
nt Ktillhi Pol 1'nuiory.
Or throiiKh Hull Tt-lii.-'U.-i. MuttiulTule.077.
Fruit Gonsiyiunont Agent.
A MEETING Olf THE KTnC'ICHOU).
era of the Wams vi: Comcwv will be
In-Ill nl the llllli'i) nf lint hi'i'iuliirv on
VI.HSi:.s)Y, the lil day of AuV'iM,
Ih'.M, at lij n'l'luek . m. riii'i'lal II tilues.
U. U. JihilGEII,
Hum 1 ilu, July '.'". IHH. 7e7-(it
Job I'rintlui) nmlly nnd promptly
rrrcui'd ni th llullftiu Off'o,
us the other clay and arc S3
I.. , , M-,,...!.. v
every one uses them and when
you want a new one why not
get something new in pattern.
1 We have them to show you or
since the Hendry
as introduced here
and proven a success we have
I been working on a plan lor an :
' improved Double Furrow
I 'low. We received a few by
the "Castle," two of them ,
were shipped away Friday. I
! It's the best Double Furrow j
Flow ever made. i
Mp Vl KAT
047 v -a i.
91I3M. La Grippe
FOR SAL 13 BY
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'll
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HOLLISTER & CO.,
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