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KMnblUlieu July '2, lH.-.O.
von XXX.,
NO. 5382.
-ATKINSON & JUDD (A. L. C. Atkin-
hou and Albert F. Judd, Jr.)-Office
vr Bishop &. Co.'s bank, cor. Mer
chant and Kaahumanu Sts.
ACHI & JOHNSON (W. C. Achi and
Enoch Johnson). Office No. 10 West
Kins St.; Tel. SSL -
JuYLE A. DICKEY King and Bethel
Sts.; TeL 806; P. O. box 78G.
.FREDERICK W. JOB Suite 815, Mar
quette BJdg., Chicago, 111.; Hawaiian
(Consul General for States of Illinois,
Michigan, Ohio, Indiana and "Wiscon
sin. SHAS. F.
no Si. ,
PETERSON. 15 Kaahuma-
DR. GEO. J. AUGUR, Homeopathic
Practitioner and Surgeon. Special
attention given to chronic diseases;
office and residence, Beretania St.,
nearly opp. Methodist church; office
hours 10 to 12 a. m.; 3 to 4 p. m.; 7
to 8 p. m.; Sundays, 9:30 to 10:30 a.
so.; Tel. 733.
C. L. GARVIN, M.U. Office 537 King
St.. near Punchbowl; hours 9 to 12
a. m., 7 to 8 p. m.; Tel. 448.
and residence, Gedge Cottage, corner
Richards and Hotel Sts.; office hours
3 to 11, 2 to 4, 7 to 8; Tel. 953.
St., opposite Hawaiian' Hotel; office
iiours 8 to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to
S p. m.; Sundays 8 to 10 a. m.; Tel.
510; P. O. box 501.
SR. T. MITAMURA. Consulting
rooms 427 Nuuanu St.; P. O. box 842;
Tel. 132; residence 524 Nuuanu St.;
hours 9 to 12 a. m. and 7 to 9 p. m.
Sundays 2 to 6 p. m.
DR. I. MORI. 136 Beretania St., be
tween Emma and Fort; Tel. 277; P.
O. box 843; office nours 9 to 12 a. m.
and 7 to 8 p. m.; Sundays 9 to 12
a. m.
DR. A. N. SINCLAIR. 413 King St., J
next to the Opera House; office hours
i) to 10 a. m., 1 to 3 p. m., 7 to 8 p. m.;
Sundays 12 ni. to 2 p. m.; Tel. 741.
X. B. CLAPHAM. Veterinary Surgeon
and Dentist. Office Hotel Stables;
calls, day or night, promptly ans
wered: specialties, obstetrics and
nary Surgeon. Skin diseases of all
kinds a specialty. Office room 11,
Spreckels Bldg.; hours 9 to 4; Tel.
471; residence Tel 1093.
31. E. GROSSMAN, D.D.S. Alakea St.,
three doors above Masonic Temple,
Honolulu: office hours 9 a. m. to
4 p.m.
tDR. C. B. HIGH. Philadelphia Dental
College1892; Masonic Temple; Tel.
3EO. II. IIUDDY, D.D.S. Fort St., op
posite Catholic Mussion; hours from
y a. m. to 4 p. m.
3)R. A. e WALL, DR. O. E. WALL.
Office hours 8 a. m. to 4 p. m.; Love
JEHdg Fort St.
J. CAMPBELL. Office Queen St.,
opposite Union Feed Co.
C. J. FALK. Member Honolulu Stock
Exchange; room 301 Judd Bldg.
all PartTof the Islands bought or
jsoM; Nd.310 u ort sc.; .fticinerny uik. i
jiOWAED & TRAIN, Architects.
Suite 7,
v-- - .... .
St between Fort and AiaKea; Tel.
T24i Honolulu.
A BTTTTERFIELD. Contractor and
Builder. Store and office fittings,
hon and repair work; Bell Tower
Bids-, Union St.; Tel. 702.
r-T 1C. MEEMANO & CO. Contractors
and Builders, Painters, Paperhangers
and Decorators; all woric neatly
ione; office Fort St., DacK o; mgn
School Honolulu.
"vVM. T. PATY. Contractor and Build.
ir! Store and office fitting; brick,
wood or stone building; shop Palace
Walk; residence Wilder Ave., near
Fort St.; Piano, Voice Culture. Sing
ing and Harmony; especial attention
paid to touch, murcular control and
musical analysis.
An opportunity now presents itself
to learn from a competent teacher of
the piano, graduate of Leipsic Uni
versity, for the small tuition fee of
$5 per month; satisfaction guaran
teed; pupils taught to play in six
months. Address "Musician." Ad
vertiser office.
Instruction; terms by the lesson or
month; commencing on and after the
10th of July, "MIGNOX"; 720 Bere-
Ljjtania St., Honolulu.
T D. BEASLEY.-Plantation and .To-
pographical Maps a Specialtv; room
30G, Judd Bldg.; Tel. 633.
MISS A. A. ALLEN Office cor. King
and Bethel Sts. (upstairs); Tel. 751.
S. E. LUCAS. Love Bldg.. Fort St..
upstairs; P. O. box 351. I carry a full
from the CHEAPEST to the BEST.
Free Examination of the Eves.
JAMES T. TAYLOR. M. Am. Soc. C. E.
Consulting Hydraulic Engineer;
306 Judd Blk, Honolulu.
F. D. GREANY. A.B.. (Ilarv.) Pri
vate -Tutor, with especial reference
to preparation for college. Office cor.
King and Bethel Sts.; Tel. 62 and
S06; P. O. box 759.
MRS. B. F. McCALL Latest designs
in Tailor-Made Evening, Dinner
Gowns, and Wedding Trousseau, '
Beretania St.
ING PARLORS, 220 Beretania St.,
opp. Hawaiian Hotel cottage; one
treatment free; hours 10 to 5.
J. MORGAN. Opal Merchant. Jeweler
and Lapidary; Opal Cutting a Spe
cialty; No. 2 School St., near bridge.
P. SILVA. Agent to take acknowledg
ments to instruments, district of Ko
na, Oahu; at W. C. Achi's office,
King St., near Nuuanu.
WAII. Price 60c; beautifully illus
trated. For sale by all newsdealers.
DR. A. C. POSEY. Specialist for Eye,
Ear, Thoat and Nose Diseases ant
Catarrh; Masonic Temple; hours S to
12 a. m., 1 to 4 and 7 to S p. m.
King St.; Tel. 639. Dr. Luella S
Cleveland, medical superintendent.
Hours 9 a. m. to 5 p. m.; methods of
Battle Creek, Mich., Sanitarium;
baths of every description; trained
nurses in bathrooms as well as In
sickroom; massage and manua
movements; electricity in every
form; classified dietary, etc.; ample
facilities for thorough examination
Dr. C. L. Garvin, consulting physi
cian and surgeon.
Saved a Soldier's Life.
At about 1:30 on Saturday morning
two soldiers brought up on the Inter
Island wharf and while one of them re-
mained leaning against the office build
ing the othe walke1 acrosa th whap
and OVPr thp oil era Intn ttia tfini
v. . . " ' " "
N,ght watchman Charlie Smyth who
uy me spiasn ran to ine
scene and without divesting himsel
of anything but his coat, boldly plung
ed in and totally unaided safely landet
his man who was prettv nearlv gone.
Assistance was speedily obtained and
the man was carried to his vessel, the
Mocorrinci' rf V. 1. : i. ' i !..
iuc mguni praise us iuc
spot is a very dark one and he was
''Hawaiians" Steady.
Special to ihe Advertiser.
waiians are active and steady, as fol
lows: Rid. Asked.
Hana Plantation Co
ll?i 12
29 20 U
25 CO
Hawaiian Commercial
Honokaa S.
Hutch. S. p.
Kilauea .
A lady's black plush cape is at the
police station awaiting a claimant.
President We McKinley Issues!
Novemtjer Proclamation.
Perils That the People Have Escaped
At Peace With AH Nations -The
WASH INC. TON. Oct. 23. The
President today issued the fol
lowing proclamation:
"National custom, dear to the
hearts of the people, calls for
the setting apart of one day in
..1. t At i
earn year lor p'ciai iiuiukkki -ing
to Almighty C(xi for the
blessings of the preceding year.
This honored observance ac
quires with time a tenderer sig
nificance. It onricnes domestic
life. It summons under the
family roof the- absent children
to glad reunion with th se they
"Seldom has this Nation h.;d
greater cause for profound
thanksgiving. No great pestl
lenre has invaded our shores.
Liberal employment waits upon
labor. Abundant crops have re
warded the eflorts of the hus
bandman. Increased comforts
have come to the home. The
national finances have been
strengthened and public rrcdlt
has been MKttalned and made
firmer. In all branches of in
dustry and trade there has been
an unequalcd degree of prosper
ity, while there has been a
steady gain in the moral ami ed
ucational growth of our nation
al character.
"Churches and schools have
flourished. American patriot
ism has been exalted. Those en
gaged In maintaining the honor
of the flag with such signal suc
cess have been in a large de
gree spared Irom disaster and
disease. An honorable peace
has been ratified with a foreign
nation with wuich we were at
war and we are now at friendly
relations wita every power on
"The trust which we have as
sumed for the benefit of the peo
ple of Cuba nas faithfully ad
vanced. There Is marked prog
ress toward the restoration
of healthy Industrial conditions,
and under wise sanitary regu
lations the island has enjoyed
unusual exemption from the
scourge of fevr. The hurricane
which swept over our new pos
session of Porto Rico, destroy
ing the homes and property of
the inhabitants, called forth the
instant sympathy of the people
of the United States, who were
swift to respond with generous
aid to the sufferers. While the
insurrection still continues In
the Island of Luzon, business
is resuming its activity, and
confidence in the good purposes
of the United States Is lelng
rapidly established throughout
the archipelago.
"For these reasons and count
less others. I. William McKin
ley, President of the United
States, do name Thursday, the
C0th day of November next, as
u day of general thanksgiving
and prayer, to be observed as
such by all our people on this
continent and in our newly ac
quired islands, as well as by
those who may be at sea or so
journing in foreign lands, and
I advise that on this day relig
ious exercises shall be conduct
ed in the churches or mectlpg
places of all denominations in
order that in the social features
of the day its real significance
may not be lost sight of, but
fervent prayers may offered to
the Most High for a continuance
of Divine guidance, without
which man's efforts are vain,
and for Divine consolation 'to
those whose kindred and friends
have sacrificed their lives for
our country.
"I recommend also, that on
this day. so far as may le found
practicable, labor shall cease
from Its accistomcd toil and
charity abound toward the sick,
the needy and the poor.
"In witness whereof. I have
set my hand and caused the F..ii
of the United States to be al
tixed. "WILLIAM M" KIN LEY."
Runaway Prisoner.
K:ii:iwe. a runaway prisoner, was
1 on Frlirfiv evening In the lan-
tana im rub Just back of Mo.in.ilua by
Jailor l!nry ant! guar!..
In th- Polirt Court on Saturday K.ii-
awt was hvntcnerd loan additional two
months" Imprisonment.
Th band of iho Thlrty-firl.
ir- Klmmt of I'nitcd State In
fantry from thr transport City
of IVkinK will play at the Ha
walian Hotel thK afternoon
from 2 to 3 nVlork. l he leader,
Mr. Irvln J. Mwten. ha ctm
hjm1 "The Salute to Honolu
lu." whirh will ! rrnderel lur
init the concert. ThU lMnI has
n reputation Mhiili hai precetl
ed It.
Ban! Mcmter DtaJ.
Pio Anakolio iVIdorl. one f the
veteran !nmlxr of the tSmernrpeni
hand, died nt his h nie on For: i:rer:
at 1 o'clock on Saturday af:ernin of
pneumonia after an lllne of a!o!i:
a week.
Pio Joined the band in and ulth
the exception of a short rhl !vit
has continued a mni!r till hi
death. He wa Is yein of a and
j leaves five children, the vomi: ti!nc
aiHiu: live cars n!il. anl a!v on
brothe r, llikikti. residing at K.vi. and
one sister. .Mrs. Jams it. ni:.
Pio's wife died a'o-it l!ire. r.u
ami a brother about a r.i :r.!i ac i.
The funeral services lll ! held a:
the Catholie ehurvh at ! oY'.oe's ihj.
morning and the full ftrengih of the
.band lll attend and precede the Udy
toils las: renting place. Capt. IWsrr
and th" Intimates of I rpr xU
deeeM regr-t iiViT the denili. I'a
was a faithful, capable man and a :.!
abs!alnr. lie did no: een ne t.
cr btcamer Atnecun Here xo Take
Circo to MinllJ.
The U. S. transpirt Atheilan fri:n
Manila i.i lionsknug entered the !;ar
lnr at n:n yesterday af.cmo :i and I
lying at the Pacific Mall doek.
The Athenian a Itrltlsh c-:
llo t;ns net and tons crut. and
was recently engaged In the Vauneicr
HotiKkong line under the t P. R. !!ig.
She was built for the
C.te passenger tralfie anl for a mini
ber of years was engasd In that r.ute
ur.tll purchase.1 by her prernt owner.
The AthoiiLin tin hr trl?i lo-ak
reel and land,! her whole cargi In first
... .u ...
l nil- .till. It H lH- llilltfl 111. - .lill
which lost all but sixteen head of her
ti, r,m-,.f ..-...i r..- i ....
.-I., tt t. t t tt tt
...lu ... .....MMi.. .,.4 ii.nn '" ""Ua made l.r a train to recoter Ih
don. Ilnglneer James MrOcmm. Purerllly nf Colonel Sott-Chlholm. kille.1
T. A. Myth and Surgeon CJ. A. S i!her -
. . . .... .
ine .monian win taKe on i-ur-i a
full cargo of the Mock left here by thelhould hae Joined the Trantaaler at
Ijn!iiiiv nn.l rmurn t.t t..nlt .lirt-rt
Ir a few days.
Persona! Mention of Sarccon Major
ani Lleotenant Colonel.
Aniimc the officer on the t ran. : rt
Tartar was Surpe.m Major Thoma C.
rM . v .
t halmers of the .Mh I , . . He I
the Mm or the late lr. Thonu 1. 1 nai -
n.ers of New York city. hi ia one of
t nr .1 t.- -.i-im .-.f t
..kw. ...ajw, ......... ..M,r,rii iaue.i io evpio.;.. au'i in- lit iun
surseon in the i::h .n ir n z -
Imcnt durintt the Culan war. and wa
ltilone.l i! tiini PnrJn Ifl.-t. nil
...... . . ... m-. ....... . ....................
. ,
"' . !- -.ou!...-i.-i ...
th service alter the c!oe of the Span
Ish war. but was recently appointed
. . .. .....
surgeon of the :Mh. t . . . Ll-u:.-
Col. Leonard, in command of the r - -
inen:. Is th on of the late Ja:ir
i .-.rr,! .,f wi
a ' w at'
Court, lb a a "club" mm. i-
! I
devoted nra'i time : the $Kt:..t .:;
and dlsrlplir.e of
Stat- tr.::i:
app"):n:r.. :.:
f.r t s. II-
owe his
ix-.!!. nt 'rvlr' in th- S;an;h ir.
Tlie Tartar o" Into irt
111.111 n :.e r - i t
. . . - i . . " - ,
and h:t.ir.t wrU do::" !
1 :af? a:.d th orf.-er.
Mn.i:Nf:i:i: ?i:itvicii
llonobtlu Msfcr.er Service
rwfsaccA r.r.d package. To!. 7.
ButaiiEDtJ, Field Fislits
Ssiere Slts.
Glorious Coaraxe Showa 5y the
tlsh Arilsst Oils Another
Root of toe Boers.
PARIS. Oct. 27. An authori
tatle statement wa Im-4M thU
afternoon formally den? Ins the
rumor of Intend! IVaaro
KuiMtan Intervention In the
Transvaal mar. and dcvlanns
that France ha no ero-and and
no desire for any ich Interven
tion at pre-nt and that llaoia
I mvoi likdy placed In the
anie iitlon. addins that Ccr-
m..ny In the only rr dlrrctly "
conrerneij in the matter.
iui:u luiMHARO.
risirromA. o t. ri. ia iitmM
Marqa.- -The lnituti!tnr r.t f Mafe-
klns by i-n-ral tfnJV cimniafido
iTcan thi rmrnlns. The wuraen and
r liiJ.hr ti gre ci n anide time tol
UP the on.
PltirrtlRIA. fVt. Z la ltrntt
Marque. The sh-11inr if Mafrklng
t-!umd at la!r-ak lh! mrt
Lis. Scral hi-- arc In Ramc.
U)NIK)N. Oct. r7.-The Caje Ton
cfrri3indeni nf the Hally Nemji jt.a
it ! ret-trtetl there from rrltate
.iisoun that the ium,h i-vii imm
Mafi-king on Saturilay lat and ir
nmidei and capiurel 2l toer
There U little hrn front the
ern Uirder. The cordon aro-md Kim-
lt ley I drawing rl,rr. but hq are
c vprM d that a lljlnc squadron will
shortly le sent to iijk relief. The Ifr
hate (trruplcd y ndfonin. an wn
I rotecte! town. The matitrate. tth
the consent of th? Inhabitant, surren
dered on demand, conditional u;-n the
the It TS reflle. i rlect Ihe prop-
rlv ttt zi n ! 'l tirr Im. I ri I r-
anxry for furl..r nrmj. fnirn Uf.-
I Vine, ahere It I U-lIetd a numbered
I fHcer ho aere uptl to le r.n
I ... I.... 1. I. ....t tt . I . tt tl
I IjONIMIN. Ort. rC IMalU of the
nsnting at iceuronie.n are coming in
I t.. t.. . , . ,. .1.
Umlth. datel OetoVr 21. flle after the
I a . a. &a
r.. . mi utriMii iiuui aM-
item. ays: ta uicotery mat ine
I Her rrc tnawl to the wetmard of
I llin tniln m1 f rt IHfKiM t m .f
I ' w
at HUnd Iacie. The train a fife.!
I upon and ohllgeii to retire, and lien-
erai wnuc nni mii id aitarii in
I M . a -
I ur. leer,I to t. rfc- Stater
I HUnda I-aKte. Cneral ht:e com-
roanded personally.
The fifth l-aneer were pJarM on
rlther Rank. They firt came in touch
aith the Ilotr below Modderrrattt.
here I-J burgher occupied a strong
rblce. then- th?y openel Cr at
yard. hitting etrral llrltih. la the
meanwhile the HtuMur and Natal Car
bineer advance! unscathed thro-ach
I an oprnlnc In the rldce under Cre of
?. Ilorr. If' .Vb UJ$? A lh ' omUiir atd eS.rta.
Hor-rk partof thectriof thehlll.lTo the wjf. and heJr are a!o be-
n. ,kw.ril innc Al y oVk L, a one-ifcird tan erf the e-tat
a lux-r mn tationei on the crci wlln thn I.an4; hi fcleire. Mrcarrl C
I Matawanakop opene ere altb rrat Inray. rlcV r.aJn "iro;nr la
liM.u oit-.
1 Ann. ery ;;enej the oppo:tion. 1 1
J,ol "ma rrre men ananrc,j ana
,H. ",M"M
'V" . ' .
. .,r I rv m
i strong ponition ai xaiaartxop anaigi nray of Orxa, two-f.ftlnu
the preclpltou ridge urrrundin It
The Itritwh n,n held the t
the Infantry adraced nnd
Tho (jlonrecjeni and
Id the poit!oa and
-r their Sre.
.on cro.id
1 a feirful 6re tnw l-nih Til'.anyonkl
I hill, ahrnre the ber tiarl a wither
1 In- T.re ith .ei effect that thirty t.f
the attacker .Iroppl In a ditan- .f
H I o: ar. 1 f?oa.--.ter. inral Whlt
.! .pj:r . the Carbineer and Idter-r-ae.i came ly hi death throach hv-l-e.:.
to take tho enemy In the rear. A I Ir.c !-a th:on fxm a Lor- Llch
V.' rre r!e a.. artillery diej .a rr.aln-
ts;:d f..r r..e u. The trith
ia:m r.i'.j;j. fit tr.o vttu l.n'Jr
r.r .f the roe!.. rn-.alr.ei cd and
re;.;;..i with an lnrant riSc rre. The
P.r;tlh artillery e; t the fee of ih.
..:.! ar.-i at ;er.ct!i the bon
.ri:e:io u.c ivr rctrratl
di:! d I y the toi-anur In th fare
of a calJir.r f.re.
up jl titJca n another titer. UjI ihm
tdunterf laloJ aatM llif Inlrrtttt
i&C plateau, arain ruhl 1b Iturr po
;tla na clti checi tak to Lbs
main forrr. oorxjylni: Mataanaa.koj.
The Itntlh thru thellt the Uttrr un
til cluster teT mere -fvn lejrltU?
and retreatlnc tard tbri tbe ra-
ni:v vniiK. on. r;. . i. to it
Tribune frvsi lmdon at: The cra-
it ef tn!eret hti teen lil!tM from
Natal to Klra!-rJ-y an4 in a lciker Se-
fiTr- farther 'M h. here the I order of
the Trantaal m-rTr Ith ItbrdmU.
The Ktm!rrley carrion ha made a
brlUUnt ttJe. under C:tne! SocU-
Tumrr jnJ tisrr-ji' In ffi Vrl
Dri-hnw n aniuery dui ft: lowed
Vr a urtk char:' Hh taoneiK. la
rhirh the men .f ite It oval North
I .an rai hi re U'cimml 3itlcjraUbr4
thrrarltr at tjotaMy as the Oordoa.
KJcs p flora It!e nl lrih FuJrrra
did at Glr&coe and Klatid Laitfe. At
txiSlcc cxt to tht cafTion a cxaSd-
rrable IWr ffTe a cjii a way mlta
the a f tnany tarn. Inc JuJlCK tbrir
leader. iVimmaadant Itotha.
Thu. i hatet rr IJe la revert e for
the ton. cut on ffTinj the military
Ium and t'urrxtunded by the -oesnr la
o crm helming trensth. KInitwrlcy vaa
till boIJlnc out Ut Tuedtr.
eaniMin a la rtcrHcat ;lnu.
taritra laJlf. loluJJt:c Ia4y Haraa
Churrhi!!. aunt lr man lace of ihm
luhr cif MarlUfrajch. rre klcjc
chref fully rurr. There w a rrra
atcrtjt Mfti-litm la the camp
Iktrr mejic- fvYvttca at Ixrcaao
Martiue nd the remark of their rrU-
nr Imply an aJmUU.n f rrioun
and cn1MtkeH).frir icrr-. irtrrjlhlas
that can cleans from varioas
otirv- tnake it plain tnat the h cm pi
la 1 .J JohannMars and ! bet In
the Tranvaal ale lJnc -t rrrJjr
trained to arTxit)'4a!c the larca
nymlr c.f IWt acrunded. Nerrrta
Upk until It l knon that foeral
Whit- La ifuk a cWU3t lliw la
Natal and that Klra!"-:-?- and Maie-
klnc hate tfn relevr erf m aliAO-
donevl l.jr iheJr aallant unea.Jatt
here mt c?4iinue.
A fojrUn military attaI.e crmj1rit
to cvprc- an tti&ia ad cntlrelr
frieStlly to Kncijj 1. em up the jt-
7Z iVTl " "Xl
Ihey hae lrn mU1, Inflictlnj: -cr
lom on the te my aa1 upr-ttioe;
the plan of the IUt i:-nrain. lc4oe
creating a mral ajjfjta of oer
l4X elx1eJ cf thrir MiOlNrR. Vet.
I hey are f uinvmlrir! in Natal la th
priqwirtn tf t. to utjp, or at learf.
lhr to tmo. They are more rtiimkir
crtjtntim!ere and l krwivl at Kim-
lerKy and MafeVmr. and at -b fiai
l her are eng aitake1 lth rJectlGc
kill and to2Jd. er'lunt tttarmtT,
One cannot o-at If anay for lae Natal
may ery xAy prote to
a mere
matter of day.
At Itcauttlul Walalua.
Iteitbterrxl at llabiaa duMrg Xhn.
meek ending Noieabrf:
llrac S. Sear. Morton 1. rtueJl.
tkton: Mr, tl. IL Siaekable. Mra. J.
IL llaiman. II. T. l!aM33ea It.
Itrxch. Mr. and Mr. K. A. Molt -Smithy
I). IL. 5m!th. Honolulu; U K. Ilnkhaua
Ottawa, loaa; c;. I. IniKon. It. H.
lenion. Mr. Paul Neumann. Mlaa
llemlce Cooke. Ml Autla. Geo. IL
!tron. Mr. and Mr. Jo. Ph. P. Oa
tey. II IL Jitakable. llano'.ulu; Paal
Neumann. YaciiotaP; Mr. and Mr.
Jno. W. Catheart. Ilonrdalu: Jraale IL
Wore. San Kraneinu; N. S. Stevea,
Oakland: S. Ie lrt. New York; atra.
II M. Styoe. Honolaltt: II. J. Styor,
Taema. Wah.: It. T. Holt. I. II. Mar-
donald. Indey May. lu-n Vickrr
The Will Lftltc
Uy the term of the will of tke lata
Charle Wa:i hi Wife fenr-Jve ihm
ftwaw anl lot on the corner of Crtra
land Kap.olanl trtl. toclljrr wlta
IJarkon rcntr. Oreraa? William
1 Uaiaat of th. u dlvl3e-l a
I fo'.Jo xiun s vu r.f it ir,
jtm Afcnlc MJlJer of Itror.klyti.
. 1 .. oae-n;ta; .r. .-e.i). iiall OX
. I "rase.. ..otie i..w; aaa wra. Jtar-
A . . . . .
The e.a!e U v!te4 at SlCjM.
Mec)c Crokto.
Kauhane. of the Ka o:jce fcrre.
aa found d'ad on the road at WalkeJe
.n atur:ay moraine At an lnntei.
hJ ! on the u,jy i:a la the f!rr-
I nwn a Trdkl a retarxe.d -that 3e-
he wa r:-y,-.z. hi t;t4s Likea
by th r. ir
will iiirrfii:.
i- n. Kerr tn
- 1 ith an Irramet,. uci; c.f the Utot
! tJe in ;. r,r,lK T?mrr.:nr. tie.
tet.'.tioin t.a cake rm fr the tiew
ctwvI Watth far i-?iLr ir.ncn.nre-

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