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WHAT'S IN TO-DAY'S PAPER.
Hlg Victory for Luhur.
Tlio Hula and tliu DIvMuwl by
Made Trouble for Himself.
For Ml Vicious Kreak.
tii inn r.Mir.
Local and Uenernl Item?.
Continuation of UU Victory for l.tbor.
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IL JtJP ilUUM ftiUUCUN, '
Flrdoed to neither Sect nor Party,
Hut Establuhrd for thr Hm-M of All.
WEDNESDAY, A 1R1L 2S. 18U1.
r rnr ;
Where the third reading of tho ,
Appropriation Bill begins this after
noon is at tho point where its publi
cation began iu this paper on second
reading. Therefore, it is only ueces
sary to report the items that are
made subjects of debate or amend
Space is givou to-da for longtl
extracts from a decision by Judge ;
caiuwcu in a uisputo ooiween ino i
receivers and tho employes of tho
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Union Pacific railway. Although i
. . . . . ... ..
dealing with tho relations between
courts of equity nud persons con
corned in trusts hold by such courts,
tho decision lays down principles
applicablo to controversies between (
canital and labor, uenernllv, which ,
urn of tli.i ..r.iat.iat. Iiiitiorl.incii nml
likely to have far-reaching effects.
It is in short a judicial recognition
of the rights of labor calculated to
place tho toiling masses on more
solid ground than they have ever
previously occupied even iu the free
air of America.
Tho Hula and tho Dividend.
From all accounts it would appear
that the hula dance is tho great at
traction at tho Midwinter Fair, and '
as a consequence it is stated that
the shareholders are just now pocket
ing a fresh dividend of fifteen per
cent from tho "foul exhibition."
In a paper read by tho Itev. S. L,
plilot form, I find at page U the I tula
referred to as one of the "unclean
tilings in tun loiioniug lonui;
"Ouo of tho foul lloroeonoes of
this great poison tree of Idolatry ir
tho hula. This is most iu(imatd
connected with the whule system,
and forms an essential part of ith
services, just as Sacred Music doe
of Christian worship, The huh
dances are habitually idolatrous in
practice, having their special natron
gods, whom tho dancers invoke aim
worship. Tho chief noslti rings and
movements of the hulas are panto
mimes of iiunnmeablo lewdness, illus
trated and varied with elaborate art.
aud accompanied with chants of uu
speakablo foulness of diction and
description. This is tho Sacred
Music of Idolatry, its Opera aud h
Drama. Tho multitudes of men,
women and children who throng to
these royal hula-operas there drink
iu tho heathen ethics of sociul life
iu unmitigated directness and gross
ness, made sensational with vivid
pantomime of beastliness, and om
hollished with foul wit aud jest in
song, extolling aud dramatizing im
purity. Against such schooling, it
must bo a powerful civilizing force
that can make head aud redeem an
Hawaiian homos from becoming
Tho author of the esay from
which this description of the hula i
public. Tho lluv. S. E. Hit-hop has
mado hini8il ruinarhiibh for lmld-
ing tho Hawaiian nooiilo who nur- i
tared anil enabled htm to lin down
iu "(rroon pastures --iii to tho
flcoruful gazo of tho cynical koiik of
Pharisees who mainly coin puhm llu
llouolulu social scioni'o circle. l. i
dently, when a iniHsionnry foil or
grandson takes a bevy of abandoned
women abroad to dunce the hula for
purposes of gain, there must be u
decree of merit about the busmen
which enjoins bileut approval, aud
tho "unclean thtuir" slmuld not be
noticed. Apparently, tho proper
tliiuL' to do is to pocket the divi
dond and thauk heavou that the'
lives of tho missionary stockholders i
of tho hula show aro fallen in pleas i
aut places and thoy have, truly, n ,
"goodli' heritage" of brass and (,'ull, i
wiiich will carry thorn through tho
ordeal of fatteuiiiL' on audi "dead I
hea fruit" as the hula. They can,
also comfort one another with the 1
Hawaiian sinner who ladled out thai
wicked lemonade with a "stick" iu it,
called punch, at the l"oat of Na
tions for sweet charity's sake. Surely
none of tho "unco yuid" will touch
that dividend, lest some of it should
lind its way into the treu.sury of
Central Union Church.
Tho Jtev. S. E. llishop is n fair
sample of his clerical brethren.
Thoy aro over hijuariiifj oil moral
theories for other people, only to
find, like Dick Duadoje, that every
thing outside of their own circle ir a
"bit triangular," and consequently I
if nnythiiiL' iroes wroui: or a woiuhty '
disaster comes dowu on the nation,
it must be a judgment sent along by
Providence because Knlakaun had (i
"mild hula" dance at his coronation,
and it so demoralized the natives
that they do not pay tliu same re
noot as formerlv to the Uev. S. I.
liishop when ho walls ami wobbles
and llounders about tho way Israel
wuut up luo spout souiu (UO our
liisnop ueiore uie jionoiuiu nociai ; .uguers, iiielmliug a mail naineil
Science Association ovember, ISSS, ste ami Turnkey Osnicr, wore
entitled, "Why aro the Hawaiian present ami say that thoy cannot
DvilllT Ollt?" mid tnilllibhed 111 Plllll- ux'.mtit f,ir tliu innn'n li.if Ixiinc
I bull lina lint mtt ni'lilloil Imil Jull uf I
?"" """ "Uk uv ". ......-.. . y,j,,tii.rs rein
tuo oppuriiiuiiv oi uoudiiiiciiik uie i 0r hl.rofuft t.
uxuiuiiiou oi mis uaiicoiu uuuiiiiiu- Hat ru,U,, ,,(,.
bio lowdness" boforo tho Amerieau I '
B. C. lxvame of tho uncodlv exam.
plo of tliu uklors iu starting somo
Htifli iliviilund coining show ns tho '
, lima, i ul mv. o. i. uisuup, as mo ,
principal literary emipor of our pub- !
lit moral?, lias now a grand oppor- Kaaipia. tho nativo who caused
t unity of duuounoiiig tho hula and prions injury to a CliitiiWJ woman
its wilfulness in high place?, and I ' on April 1 at tlu foot of Punchbowl
1 icroby suggest that tho unholy divi- , street, is on trial iu tho District
.lend be devotod to a fund for tho Court to-day for assault with a doad
tproad of morality among church , ly weapon. Tho Chinese woman has
iieiiiuer. iuiis I'liuuuiiK "' luuui
e theory i
Jeremiah to riso above (hi
.iiitl practice of his local bre
uissionnry descent, who appear to ,
oelieyo that tho hand of tho Lord is ,
.shoving along the great cause of the
dividend, and doesn't care thotiuh
Il the available morality oi tho
,ol,c' should bo dissipated in tho of-
vii. '""" "
MADE TROUBLE FOR HIMSELF. I
Native Wifo-beater Badly
in Resisting Am. at.
Htween eight and nine o'clock
yesterday evening, a telephone mes-
wife in a 1hhi-o on Queen street, in
lie vicinity oi tioiiuaknha. Lieu-
enant Hon, who was on watch,
despatched oflicer D. V. Logan to
tiv. stiiv-ito tin, nir.'iir. Wlion l.m'.ill
arrived a big crowd of foreigners
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iiv the woman's cries Nearlv everv
'A, . V '"" .f. . 1.!' nr ?ff ffi
uiu iiauti's null ?-i:iiiuii-ii,.iiii.ii:iivi
woman's back, and tho man was still !
Tho olllcer jumped
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'hro ulm WM. '" " Im ,
to bo Kamoa, to go to tho roltco
.j(n,j -: i. i, ,,.,- .! ii,,.m
have their differences settled. ICa-
uoa defied tho
lhI the olllcer and finally
a whip from his hand and
irralmctl a wlii
0,f lyok out ,Hbc,lb nml 5lnu.k tho
,,mn ,, tho arm, causing him to
drop tho whip. Tho olllcer was oh
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hl llOMO by this tilllO. KaiUOa
uiade a grab for tho olllcer aud
caught him by the coat, aud in tho
tussle the man fell, still holding the
illleer. and tho latter struck him a
econd blow on the leg. Tho man
hen let go, falling near the horse's
A Hack was called anil ino native .
taken to the Police Station, where it '
t found that his arm and leg were '
broken. Ilo was then replaced in j
ihe hack and taken to tho Queen's j
Hospital, where tho broken bones
were set. !
liyewitnesjes state that oflicer Lo- '
,, ,,.,-fn- I i. iu .! .....I ir i. I
gan performed Ins ilutj, ami, ir ho I
had not used his club, he would have
heeu tlie siiiTerer instead of Kamoa.
i mi-iii.iu .i iimiiu ins wiii uriu-
illy, .her screams for help being
ice. I liree lor-
broken. He must have twisted it iu
,alliug, or the bono trod on it.
Olllcer Logan hiiiHelf states that ho
ii!iul Ins clul) in solf-iieleuso. 1'ellow
itllcers hold a good omnion of him
tud say that ho is a hard man to
put out of temper. Deputy Marshal
Brown hai investigated the matter.
James Bennett alias IWu lieu ap
peared iu the District Court this
morning, . .
Ashford appear! g
1 as Ins counsel. Hen was arrested
! yesturday uud charged with smug
gling opium. To-day the charge
charges substituted, viz, opium in
possession and assault with a dead lj
weapon, to wit, a knife, on Lieutou-;
ant II li. The hearing was then
continued until to-morrow, lios'n
IJon is still cnufnied in tho Station.
lias mil. iiru'. ii anil iwu uinui
his "friends" not having come to his
assistance with the necessary $1000
Ask Your Frlonda
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what thoy think of it, nud tho replies
will be positive iu its favor. Simply
j what Hood's .Sarmiparilla does, that
lolls the story of its merit. One has
1 been cured of indigestion ordyspep-
, sin, aiintli'-r tiuds it indispensable
If... .:..!. I i.... i i.!if
tin on it iii-iiim-iii wi ijiiiuiiniii-as,
ut remarkable ctireH
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
Tlii' lilii Ittillflii), fiOrenli per mouth
j "y L,iwis J Lovoy.
AT to O'CLOCK A. M
AT y SALESROOM
' w' M J!;l?m)i'Zm' )enoral
f 17 Op IT CI?
' J-dVVI 1 J x XJ I Oil
aim., an assortment of
Ladies' & Children's Underwear,
Wilcox A- (iililic nii'l otlntr Hi'wlnt?
Coni tliijj of Duillilcanil KImkIo llcilU'iiils,
SiriiiK .Mitllriix'-f.M, 'l.ihlci uii'l Clmlr.s,
IVutliur I'illuus, i;ii'., Ktc, Kti'.
Ami lor iicrount el lili.-rs ex tj. H. "Ann
trnll'i' 20 Cntes Potatoes aud 10 Crates Onions.
A HOW i HOU'K 1IAI.I' i
Mitlll iimi lliilf Dull
0K I'njn, iilri'inly uuiinvil.
r.. i i.urnini'. h.i.m ii.
o7' W'niiliiiii, Niiiiiinu Valley.
All kindt of Commercial lrintiny
promptly rtnnlrd at lair rat nt (
iii.'trn .1 luntr iliMtmi
FOR HIS VICIOUS FREAK.
the Native Who
Hurt a i
fully recovered from her injuries.
She was onlv three das iu the
OnminV ITitaiib.il ulioii li(r hiisbnud
took her away to recuperate at homo. ,
The uoinau (est ified in court that
I ho defeud.iiit came into filestore on
Aiiril 1 anil asked for live cents'
! worth of cake. Witness gave him
it ho required article, wheu defendant ,
ill'LUilinil'U iimi uunia i;uiiiyu. una
th0 woman refused and Kaaipia
wont away, returning later witli a
window and pushed her out. She
"Ufforoc! severe injuries as tho result
r luo Ia"' 9m
Secured His Services.
Mr. V. O. Potter, crayon and wa
tor-color artist, who has been visit
ingthoislands for l.ls lieMil., hn. .
made an engagen.ent with Mr. J. J.
in aan r
Williams. Mr. l'otter's work while
kiAiAttran "win i tint;
aucisco was second to
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"" tmlk HU F "treet.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
A fTpPIOX ft V I V
K11 V O-1 l-I-
Articles s Effects
Family of Kamohameha3.
TO-rOI1fOV Amu I l5tli
l HW"W'!' "I"11 -w,1i '
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
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AT THE ARLINGTON BLOCK, Hotel St.,
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I lll "ell nt run lc Auction, tlio fl
wnK Artlol,. Mmmlng u,
.!! n n r l i
. fil V ft fippnO RftdRnVfiaflR
i'riii' Mli:iwl mill Hrn''.
.Nutlve rnlilinork ijiilltx,
- NKIT..S OK
Velvets, Silks and Sateens,
I lin'ti and tottiiu I.'hmi.
Cocosuat Calabashes, Etc., Etc.
(loodn on vlmv nil diiy Wiiliuwlity,
Auction Sale of Books
AT III O'CLOCK A. M
Mll.l. fr.l.l. AT riMll.lt AI.TTIO.N
I A-T MY SAUESROOM
' Tim Library ol A. J. t'nriwrlpln, i;.i.,
I A Valuable Collection of Works by Pml
Ilowks n.i on viow ht my rfulf-
r . Ill Tl i
; UAIlOOnnn V U UVmUWa
! UUUUUUUIU 1U11111U1U
Q MONDAY, April HOth,
, AT 10 O'CLOCK A. .M
I will m-II at iIih HcxI.leiicK ol MR4. 1IUKN
1 HHIMi:it(Cliri tluy I'laco),
' The : Entire : Housobold : Furnituro,
iiiruii'ii in r iiiviiiirva iv.-u in
I leered Parlor S6Mi';dl,JK
Axh llfclroiiMi Hi't.
Wlru nml Kriii); .MuUraei,
i Bi Wi Marbletop Bedroom Set,
KrntiiiT Pillow, IIuiihIiik I'Uinps,
LACE CURTAINS & POLES,
II. W Kxti'iitlon Dinlnu'-rooin Tuitlf,
Crockery, (HuMiwaru, Meal nafe,
"Arlington" Range and Cooking Utensils,
Until Tnli, (innlin Hote,
Kir.. Ktc, Lti!..
AT 1-' O'CLOCK NOON,
I mil 11 nt I'nlillc iinliiiii, in from rit l
All. Ii it ItohilWJU'a olltid, tliu
Blwhf Mrn lloilip!
At iirfM'iu ocouiilcil hv Mnr. Allmi A I
Koliiiiaiiii ui oIHit, -ulNrooiM i
iW Tlic lltillillii(N to ln ri'inovi'il In I
Uf ri:it.M.s CASH I -m
Jets. F. Morgan, j
lOlT-Ct AUOTIONUUlt. '
Tho Dailey Company's First Society
Tho beautiful society drama. "For-got-mtvnot,"
will hn prosoutod at tho
Opora IIouso to-night by this clover
company of artists now playing
horo. Miss Naunary will esay tho
title rolo and Mr. Vinton that of Sir
Horaeo Welby; the comedy is furnis
ed by Mrs. Bates as Mrs. Foley at
Mr. l!innoH. na Prinmt Mnlinltl.
Thoso who have witnessod Miss i
N'annary in previous productions
will be accorded an opportunity to)
indue of her Artistic nliilitv this '
evening. Preparations aro going on
steadily for tho big prpsentat ion of
cmuiiunn ui n uriW 1llT Oil saiur-
' tW tmmto,
Xo AU auftUflnd Voter m tho 2d Pro-
clnct, 0th District, of Honolulu,
W"d f fthU'
JOTICK 18 ItKKKIIY OIVBSTHAT, )
ftj nKf V!frA;?" f 71,llJ
,,.W!I nil ,n ot bo Imvo repl.ti-rcd I
nociiriium to inw.nn.inrn entitled to vnto. '
T ltd I lHliUiritr I llm snl.l I'mnllmt (Mill
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thoiuMWiters of the sni.i Precinct wiji
I'uld two IIHC ltt QttllO Itl fnrni Uvbool-
lio.wo In H.in.ilulu. on KlilDAY, Aprl I
,lt .ml MONDAY, Awrll m, lAl.'lje. .
twi'cti the liuiir." uf 7 and l o'clock In Urn '
i evonlt'jr. ctnli dny
Hy the lni'tor: I
W. I.. WILCOX. '
I Honolulu, ArriUM, ls')l. ' Il7-rt
rS&1c ntfii-hcr0 kjfuSSI.
Till! AOI.Ni'Y KOIt
is with r 1 1 1 :
' w)luru tUU ,iva,, ,.e,M rmily
Bras Fori auaftt.
nmy uu uiimint'ii ny mu
liOTTLK, DOZKX or GROSS.
W Imvo aliio tliu lirci'it Hlook uf
f Iff At i
U UU8. ITItUILIIlCS
To iw fiMimi in tho Hawaiian Man.u.
The Tiijfttwa Coal Mine in
located iu Fulviioka Ken in
twenty years ago.
owned by the
and mined simply
govern men t's use.
Great iniprovciucntfi, how
ever, were made since it was
i sold to a corporation about
nix years nyo, by importing
mining machinery from Eu
rope and America.
Tagawa Coal is used more
than nil other Japanese coals
in the following countries:
(Jhimi. Mimiln and Strait's
j Settlements. .It has found
t ....... ,...,.. t.. Itr.iiiK.ii.
Two cargoes have been
imported into the Hawaiian
Islands recently, and it Im
no superior iu this market as
Move or steam coal.
(J. 10. BOA RDM A N
Sole Agent for K. Ogura &
Saturday, April '1, l$!j.
A really good French cook
in the United States commands
a higher salary than a Cabinet
officer, but it is doubtful if the
latter would change places.
There are a few high-priced
cooks in Honolulu and if you
choose to bother about asking
them VOU will learn that thev
. ,j f . e . '
their knives for
meat in the kitchen from US.
We sell the genuine French
,- 1 t
Cook Knives, made in France
of specially selected steel and
affair, just a plain finished knife
made for service.
We have Other knives 1
and carver for the table,
ones, both as to quality and
. r...:u a i ... i..
r wuuii Liirvinir Kiuie
is as necessary as rood dt&hus,
n.-rhnn-j mnr., n lw:in. t.iu.rh
- - - i
, beef can be made to appear
!.,,., r ' ,
-r "- -..,,..
lnt - lit, iiih.I.i .& &.....
lender oy lllfj use OI a S l.ll'p
Unlfn. ' l
We have some toilet .sets,
genuine English ware tint
should attract the attention of
anyone if only by the price we '
ask for them. 1 hey are made
J in "up to date" shapes and the
! decorations are an) thing rather
1 than gaudy. The sets have
I seven pieces and go to you at
I about half their value.
t By the "Alden Hesse" we
received a quantity uf lamps
1 suitable for stores, lanais or
kitchens. They aie larger than
, the ordinary Rochester and
; smaller than the mammoth
I lamp. For any purpose whtre
considerable light is wanted
we know of nothing better
than one of these lamps. Tin
finish of the fount is equal to
the best quality hanging lamp
and the burner is the best
, made by the celebrated Ro
chester Lamp Co. The price,
well, the price will .surprise
We have lately added to
our stock some very hand
some wrought iron affairs in
the I'ianu Lamp line. Ju.ii
why they should be call d
"piano" lamps when they are
in reality the best shape made
' for reading purposes is like a
Dundreary riddle, ".something
, no fellow can find out." Anil
the advantage a piano lamp
made of wrought iron has over
one of polished metal is in ttwt
fact that it will not tarnish Of
course, with people who have
lots of time, there is no mate
! rial difference; thry can keep
it rubbed up at all times and a
bright metal lamp under Uu-ir
faithful ministrations will never
, grow dull, We have then to
please all classes, the busy and
the idle, you pay your money
: and make your own sehction.
Our stocK of parlor and li'irary
! Iiailgilin; laillS is Hut to 1)1:
sneezeu at citnei ; we n.ive
; selected the best dehins fiom
' the best makers, and the
1 burner, the comfortint; and
' discomforting tiling about a
, lump, is selected with unusual
, care. When you buy a lamp
from us you get what is recog
! nized, wherever lamps are
used, as the very best that
j leading manufacturers pro-
"When the spring time
comes, gentle Annie," it is
lime to get out and hustle
with the plants. To use one's
fingers to stir up the dirt is
folly when you can get a set
of garden tools for almost
nothing. The last sets we re
ceived are better than tho.io
we have always handled and
don't cost you any mote; they
are rather lighter weight than
formerly, better adapted to the
person who gardens for health,
but the strength of the tools is
Disston's Saws with us are
as prominent as any of our
other goods, and we usually
keep all sizs and styles. We
have an abundance in stuck
now from the ordinary keyhole
saw to the Great American, 7
leet long. 1 )i.sston's have beei,
the standard in saws for m my
years, simply because their
material and workmanship is
the best. If, when ou buy
stove wood, sour dealer givi s
you large pieces, your man
I will have more time lor other
I duties if you provide him with
'a goou si.ecl saw to cut tho
I wood with. We have the saws
I you want for any purpose.
Headquarters for White Goods
3ST. S3. SACHS'
ttSO Von Sti'eel, Honolulu.
Immense Assortment ! Lowest Prices !
NAINSOOKS In I'taltt, Slrlei, Checks ami 1'laM.
fK 'S L HWnS. V 10 '
f 9 Tf'i'T T T
I !i A I.I. ltll.lll.B A.MI I'H1IM.
DIMiril'.S lii Mrl.p., Cli-i'l;, I'liiM ami Hair Lines.
INDIA LIXON'S, nTISTE AND COTTON CKATIiS.
COTTON MULLS IN WHITE, L'HISAM AND KCIIU.
IMMKN'SK VAIM1.TY OF
VV f.VDI.IUH V'MMf.l'V fit.'
, (-jr-j nwr
I . Ik 2 b S-" A IB
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KMItltUIDKIIY r.PfllMlS In .wls. S'itnoit nml Hamburg. In
All Widths wllli Inserting to MuUh.
All-nvor Embroidery, Embroidery Elrd'iccs aud Doml Flounces.
Laces of Every Description in All Widths.
51 o Kobiusmi Block, llotol Street,
INKXT Tt) OltMWAY I'OKTKII',
Stosk Musi be BsM on lay 1st.
I WILL SliLI.Ot'T MY FNTIIti: hT"l'K, CONSIST! NO OI-'
Dry and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
SHOES, I-I A.T s ,
Men's and Boys Suits, Etc., Etc.
'3? It i Impossible for me to mention all the Articled
and IViecN 1
SALK (JO.MMIOXCICS ON
Monday, March 19.
I'LBARrc GIVE MR A CALL!
Stosk last be Sold on Mgy 1st.
I have been instructed hy Mi:. .1. M. dk Sa k Sii.va,
proprietor of the Hawaiian Jaiwnhsk Uax.aaii, Hotel street,
to sell his stock of .1A1WN l-JSIO GOOhS. Also, a big- as
sortment of JAIWNHSK 1WIM3K NAPKINS will be Hold
Just Received p r S. S. " Mariposa "
A LAKfli: ASII
Dry Goods, Fancy Goods, Etc.
WK IIKO TO CALL SI'KHIAL ATi'l'.STION 10 Oflt
IDresa Gooils in. Wool and Iuslin,
61LKS, LAOES, OI.OVES, 1103. nr.Y, ET0., ETO.
B. IF1. ESSIIjBIStS &c GO.
BOB g 1 1
01 IAS. IIUSTAOE,
IMPOItTEK AND DF.ALI2K U.
GROCERIES, PROVISIONS, FLOUR and FEED.
Trosli California F.oll Cutter and Island Butter
jCXir ALWAYS ON HAND fiI
Hew d-oils Received by Every Steamer Iioni San Francisco.
f.V All Orilcri. faithfully iitttml lo. Suiif.iclioii j;iiiiriiiiUr,l. Huuil Onleri
.ulii'llvil unit puuku.l wiih unr.'
LiNt'or.N IIlock, Kino STniiKT, Ui:t. Foiit ami Ai,aki:a Stiif.kth.
iioTii ti:i.i:iiioni:s jio-
Ill tfOKT STItlilflT.
Impoite, ftfalii & lidiiil Grocers
Provision Dealers & Naval Supplies
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