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!THE PACIFIC COMMERCIAL ADVERTISER, HONOLULU, OCTOBER 20, 1906.
Castle & Cooke, Ltd.
j POLYNESIA ENCAMPMENT, NO. 1,
i 12 E fi L J 2 B
y23 FORT STREET
OFFICES FOR RENT.
We have a few (Jcfinb'u offices in
(he Judd ar-d Doslon buildings.
STORES FOR RENT.
Corner of Emma and Beretania
e'reets: a good business location.
Ilotcd street, mar Fort; Half of a fine
HOUSES FOR RENT.
PACIFIC HEIGHTS Cottage partly
833 EEUETAMA STREET Desirable
QUARRY and LUXALILO .STREETS
PUXCHliOWL STREET, below
QUEE X Two-story House.
XUUANU AVENUE Cottage partly
furnished: suitable for lignt Housekeep
ing o" for two gentlemen.
KIXG PTI1EET, near VICTORIA
Cottage with fine grounds.
"Km ft property," corner Lunalilo and
Also fine building lots at Tantalus..
Makiki, Paloio, Kaimuki, Waialae and
HAWAIIAN .TRUST CO., Ltd.
D23 Fort Street.
Telephone Private Exch. 14.
V V. a
?ft8 VdB-HOflia YCDQfl CO., Llfl
is cor.rantly recehv'ng the
BEST fclNSs OF MERCHANDISE
DRY GOODS, TRUXKu, LEATHEE
ENGINES AND SUPPLIES OX HANE
AUT0H03:LS and RQlISiTE
Alccander Young "Building.
y . wo surer,
V.'HOLESALE AND RETAIL
Now at 11S6-11S3 Nuuanu Street,
CALIFORNIA ROLL BUTTER, SSc
phone Main 238. Orders prompt!?
Haeumatism, Bruises, Sprains, Tired
Feeling and other Ailments QUICKLY
King Street, Palima.
Phone White 1351.
Mrs. Aniala lit:srns?
Island Jams, Jellies and Chutney are
carried by all the large grocery
uteres and supplied to the hotels and
Factory, ISi Hotel Street.
General Arthur Cigars - j
EUNST-EAKIN CIGAR CG
Wm N8ILL. Engineer,
!TW AXD SECO.N'D-HAND MA
CHINERY. Repairing of All Kinds.
GASOLINE EXGIXE.S A SPECIALTY
135 Merchant Street. Tel. US.
Exquisite striped and mark
ed TAP AS. MATS, FAXS,
BASKETS, SOUVENIR POS-
r6 it TABS.
HAWAII fi- SOUTH SEAS
ALOHA TEMPLE, A. A. O. N. M. S.
The adjourned session of Aloha Tem
ple, A. A. O. X. M. S., will be held
at the Masonic Temple. Saturday, Oc
tober 2$, 1006, at 7:30 o'clock p. m.. for
the transaction of important business.
Visiting Nobles are cordially invited
By order of the Illustrious Potentate,
C. B. COOPER.
CHAS. F. MURRAY,
HONOLULU SCOTTISH THISTLE
Meets on the first and third Friday,
at 7:30 o'clock p. m., la rooms in Ore
gon Block, entrance on Union street.
J AS. L. COCKBURN, Chief.
JOHN MAOAULAY. Secy.
. . I
HONOLULU LODGE 616, B. P. O. E. i
Honolulu Lodge No. CIS. P. P. O. E.,
will meet in their hill, on Miller ani
Beretania streets, every Friday even
ing. By order of the E. R.
HARRY E. MURRAY. E. R.
HARRY H. SIMPSON. Secy.
DAMIEN COUNCIL, NO. 5G3.
Y. M. I.
Meets every second and fourth Wed
nesday, at 7:30 o'clock, in San Antonio
rllall, Vineyard street.
T. F. M'TICTTf rr.
. . U. V. TODD, Secy.
x. -. w. -t.
Meets every first and third Friday
of the month, at 7:3 p. m., in Odd
Fellows' Hall, Fort street. Visiting
brothers cordially invited to attend.
E. A. JACOF.SON. C. P.
U L. LA PIERRE. Scribe.
EXCELSIOR LODGE NO. 1., I. O. O. F.
Meets every Tuesday evening, at 7:30,
in Odd Fellows' Hall, Fort street.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to
Pv. A. BOBBINS. N. G.
L L. LA PIERRE, Secretary.
IL&BI.IONY LODGE NO. 3, I. O. O. F.
Meets every Monday evening, at 7.30,
in Odd Fellows' IIs.ll. Fort street. Vis
iting brothers cordially invited to at
tend. C. O. HOTTEL, X. G.
E. R. HENDRY, Secretary.
PACXFIC ESEESAH LODGE, NO. 1,
I. O. O. F.
Meets every second and fourth
Thursday, at 7:30 p. m.. Odd Fellows'
Hall, Fort street. Visiting Rebekahs
are cordially invited to attend.
GRACE O'BRIEN. X. G.
JENNY JACOBSON. Secy.
OLIVE BRANCH REBEKAII LODGE
NO. 2. I. O. O. F. .
Meets every first and third Thurs
day, at 7:30 p. m., in Odd Fellows'
Hall, Fort street. Visiting Reb'ekahs
are cordiallv inv:ted to attend.
ALEXANDRA GERTZ, N. G.
THORA OSS, Secretary.
OCEANIC LODGE NO. 371, F. & A. M.
Meets on the last Monday of each
month, at Masonic Temple.
Visiting brethren and members of
Hawaiia'ii 'and Pacific are cordially in
vited to attend.
C. G. BOCKUS, W. M.
F. WALDRON, Sec.
LEAin CHAPTER NO 2, O. E. S.
Meets every third Monday, at 7:30
p. rn., in the Masonic Temple. Visiting
sisters and brethren are cordially in
vited to attend.
EMMA LONG STREET RICH CRABBE
P. W. M., Secretary.
MARY E. BROWN, Worthy Matron.
LEI ALOHA CHAPTER, NO. 3,
O. E. S.
Meets at the Masonic Temple every
second Saturday of each month, at 7:30
p. m. Visiting sisters and brothers are
cordially Invited to attend.
MARGARET HOWARD, W. M.
MARGARET LISHMAX, Secy.
LADIES' AUXILIARY, A. O. II.,
DIVISION NO. 1.
Meets every first and third Tuesday,
at 8 p. m.. in C. B. U. Hall, Fort street.
Visiting sisters are cordially invited to
MRS. M. COWES, Pres.
MARGARET K. TIMMOXS, Secy.
ANCIENT ORDER HIBERNIANS,
DIVISION NO. 1.
-Sleets every first and third Wednes
day, at S p. rn., in C. B. U. Hail, Fort
street. Visiting brothers cordially in
vited to attend.
F. D. CREEDOX, Pres.
J. P. QUINX, Secy.
william Mckinley lodge, no. b,
II. of P.
Meets every Saturday evening, at 7:30
o'clock, in Harmony Hall, King street.
Visiting brothers cordially invited to
MERLE M. JOHNSON, C. C.
E. A. JACOBSON, K. of R. & S.
HONOLULU TEMPLE NO 1, RxVIIX
Meets every second and fourth Mon
day, at Knights of Pythias' Hall, King
street. All visitors cordially invited to
MARGARET FERGUSON, M. E. C.
GRACE O'BRIEN, M. of R. & S.
IIO. S110, A. O. F.
vvy ,t .
Meets every second and
fourth Tuesday of each
.. :--- month nt 7-.T(1 n m. in S'ln
T'$ Antonio Hall, Vineyard
(Z-"'lh street. Visiting brothers
cordially invited to attend.
A. D. CASTRO. C. It.
M. C. PACilECO, F. S.
COURT LUNALILO, NO. 6600, A. O. F.
Meets every first and third Wednes
day evenings of each month, at 7:30, in
K. of P. Hall, King street. Visiting
brothers cordially invited.
SAM MANU. C. R.
WM. A III A, F. S.
CAMOES CIRCLE NO. 240, C. O. F.
Meets every second and fourth Thurs
day of each month, at 7:'!0 p. rn., in San
Antonio Hall, Vineyard street. Visit
ing companions are cordially invited to
MARY A VILLA, C. C.
M. C. PACilECO, F. S.
THEODORE ROOSEVELT, CAI.E?
NO. 1. U. S. 'W. V.
. Iiepartment Hawaii. (
, Meets every first and
'i's third Wednesday, Wav-j
5- V? erley Block, cor. Bethel I
and Hotel, il 7:30 p. in.
Visiting comrades cordi
ally in v! tea to attend.
II.' T. MOTjRE. Com dr.
T II l.l)0 1iiH-:-:it.
HONOLULU HARBOIi NO. 51, A. A.; injunctio.i suit :,r-,fnst he,- mother
of M. & P. -Mrs. Julia Af.-ng. to restrain her from
Meets oti first and third Sunday ev;n- ,,, , . ,
ing of each month, at 7 ocbek, ac K.lX T' ,u:"u':lcJ the
of P. Had. All soiourning brethren are!-"'"1- tI;l'tt ! Cn :in- :iU
cordiallv invited to attend. -.U:.,n o, the r.g.it.s ..t the voriou
:"1j ij (lirr, in"
By order Worthy Captain. . " ".
A L L VNE declared in the pf tit ion of com-
FRANK POOR, C C. r'1'1 ina r,t lhat the de. d was executed
. , ''"' '' ('. Afong. who lately died at Ma-
KONOLULU AERIE 140, F. O. E. ; eao. for the ben--lit of .Mrs. Afong and
M-?ets on second
ii:,v svpiiiriffs ..-f p'iph
month. at 7:30 o'clock, in K. of P. Hall.
KS..J street. Visiting Eagles are in-
vited t attend. . .
SAM'L M'KE AGUE, W. P.
H. T. MOORE. Scy. '
1IAWAILN TRIBE NO. 1, I. O. R. M.
Meets every second and f.-turth I'ri-
oay of each month., in T. O. o. I'. Hal!,
Visiting lirnthet-s rordia'lv invited tc
'ittend. W. P. fTJKE. Saelvm.
A. E. Mrni'HY, C. e,f R.
Grand Jury Is Fxpscted
to Report Today
It ;s expected that the Territorial
Giand Jury will report some indict
ments today, so as to give Judge Lind
say's jury something to do. There was
a further clearance of "dead wood" off
the c uninal calendar yesterday.
A nolle pioseijui was entered for
All Yrnjr. A 'tana. Ah Kap. Ah Tin. Ah
Bin a. Ah Look, Ah Hoy, Ah Kara and
Ah Sam, who had appealed from fines
of $. and costs each for being present
at a gambling game.
A. S Humphreys withdrew the ap
peals of his clients. Tiau Chung. Cha
Ycng and Kum Yong Chin, from fines
of ?10 and costs each for assault and
battery on Lee Wo.
Judge Robinson entered judgment
for plaintiff in an action of trover
brought by Goo Nam Kong, alias G.
Akona, vs. Lau Nae Chong. alias L..
A hoi, and J. K. Nahale, awarding $72
damages for the wrongful seizure and
conversion of sixteen bags of parch
ment coffee, together with 8 per cent,
interest from June 1 and costs.
Judge De Bolt gave judgment for
Catherine Steward tt al. against Ter
ritory of Hawaii for a vested right in
the sea fishery of Kahaluu. Koolau
poko, containing an area of 2S3S acres.
Judge Robinson confirmed the sale
under foreclosure in the suit of Kipa
hulu Sugar Company vs. Isaac Palea
Kal:uole et al. The order includes a
deficiency judgment, with right of ex
ecution, for $175. S4.
MATTER OF FEES.
W. C- Peacock & Co., Ltd., by W. C.
Peacock, its president and manager, on
May 1 wrote to E. A. Mott-Smith not
ifying him that he was not then, nor
had he at any time been, the letter
said, attorney for that corporation. As
evidence copies of minutes and resolu
tions adopted at meetings of the cor
poration, held on March 10 and April
23, 1306, were enclosed. Yesterday Mr.
Mott-Smith filed a withdrawal as at
torney in the suit of the corporation
against Peacock, pending the latter's
appeal in the Supreme Court. The
attorney says that he recognizes Pea
cock's authority as president and man
ager on May 1, but not on March 7,
190C, also recognizing the directors'
meeting of April 23, but not that of
March 10. '
When Peacock was fighting for re
covery of the control of the company,
bearing his name, against John I.
Roth well, manager in possession,' and
Bishop He Co.. controlling the affairs
by virtue of stock held as security, the
late law firnx of Atkinson, Judd &
Mott-Smith was of counsel for his op
ponents. There were no less than five
equity suits started in the contest.
Peacock, having obtained his shares
out of hypothecation, elected himself
and associate claimants as directors,
took possession of the business and has
held it ever since. '
Apparently the matters of appeal are
practiraily dead issues and the present
controversy seems to be on the ques
tion of payment of attorneys for the
corporation during the Roth well occu
pation. THE LAND COURT.
John Kidwell's petition for a regis
ter etl title to land is the subject of a
report by J. M. Monsarrat, examiner,
favorable as to L. C. A. -S19 and II. P.
Gr. 173, but unfavorable as to L. C. A.
Lyle A. Dickey, examiner, has made
an unfavorable report on the petition
of Hawaiian Trust Company, Ltd., for
a registered title to land.
C. TV. Ashford, attorney for Helen
N. Rosa, widow, gives notice that on
Wednesday ho will cail up for hearing
and determination the motion of his
client, widow of Antone Rosa, for con
firmation of the report of Eiia A. C.
Long, commissioner, recommending ap
portionment of dower.
J. J. Dunne and W. T. Rawlins, at
torneys for plaintiffs, will move this
morning to have set for trial the dam
age suits of T. S. Kay and Henry
(Pamfer against F. B. "Whit in. !
A. S. Humphreys and S. B. Kings-
our;., attorneys tor roj Oieient. will on
Monday move to set for trial the case
of llawa'ian Can i..g : Manufacturing
Company. Ltd,., vs. Schunian Carriage
B. B. Kerr & Co.. Ltd.. has appeal
ed from judgment by District Magis
trate Whitney for defendant in its suit
against Fred Kaeck for restitution of
a sewing machine or its value of $30.
ON AF0NG TRUST
.iis. carrie u. faggs has brought an
.;id:-on. Mrs. Afor.g is aliened to
as.-umed the tibsohite control of
eene from the r:.r-;:-:y. ah
tl.o-.;ch. it i clair.i 5. !n- -b e.-i .s
'' ;i ' ! r" ,d"v.ie the in ome to the
''.''"'! '"-''i: of respotuleiii. and her.
AUKiKT a:gatKn thnt from th
"i iu...i. a surjitis ox -''x':b
h 1, .1
atcurriu'.ated. v. hi h Mr.
s as her c,-.vn and threaten
to ,;: :r s-. r.f.
A. tvn:porarv :r:jun. ircn tcis !--fd '
B Tt--,-k.ts Is aUe.ri.ev f..r ,n,'
Five Indictments Are
Five true bills and one case in which
no Ml! was found were returned by
the Federal grand jury yesterday. In
dictments for the offenses stated re
spectively were found against the fol
lowing named persons:
Frank Costa, larceny.
Frank Costa and P. Marcella, lar
ceny. L'ini Sato, bigamy.
Otani, illicit distilling.
Coo Akuna, unlawful cohabitation.
The larceny cases of course involve
Federal property. Goo Akuna is the
ijiue-ii married Chinese wdiose case has
already been reported.
Marcella Figuroa pleaeled guilty to
his indictment for bigamy and Judge
Dole will sentence him at 10 a. m. to
day. Tanya Ogawa and Takao, pleading
not guilty to indictment for adultery,
had their trial set for October 23. Joe
Cahina pleaded not guilty to the snme
charge and will be tried on the L9th
Yamakama, on his plea of guilty to
indictment for illicit distilling, "was
sentenced . on the first count to impris
onment for one month in Oahu Prison
and payment of $100 fine and $500 as
the statutory penalty.
Ciiiyomatsu Nakashima was brought
into court under a writ of habeas cor
pus, from detention and intended de
portation by the immigration author
ities on account of being infected with
trachoma. He was remanded to the
custody of the Marshal until Wednes
day to allow the inspector of immigra
tion to make his return to the writ.
By stipulation the hearing of the
admiralty libel of aimanalo Sugar
Co. vs. Pacific Mail Steamship Co. has
been set for November 1.
.lude Dole excused vharles Auld, R
A. u adsworth and John De Mello from
further attendance as grand jurors.
COULDN'T BE ARRESTED.
William McElvoy, the star boarder
at William Henry's lodginghouse - on
the reef, when he can manage to break
in, was accompanied on his recent re
turn from Australia by a comrade with
a similar longing for free board. On
several occasions during the past two
weeks he has made a bid for arrest,
but on each occasion the police have
turned a cold shoulder to his Iea dings
and refused to lock him up. Yester
day he played his big trump by shoul
dering his way into a group of police
men in front of the station and begin
ning a tirade against the ex-Queen
As there were several stalwart natives
in the group he evidently relied on
them to take offense and start a rough-
house, in which event his admission to
the poi barrel of the public would be
assured. Nothing happened, however,
the police walking away and leaving
him alone, antl he strode off for the
waterfront, cursing such a town where
a man couleln't be arrested when he
A Sheriff's Sale of
Is Kesicence lis
on Wyllie street, near Liliha street,
u iii Le held at I he Capitol Building
On Monday, Oct. 22, 1906.
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON.
These lots are adjacent to the resi
liences of Mr. It. Andrews and
Thf lots are nicely situated on ele
vated land ail command a lovely view
of sea and mountains.
Tlie lots contain nearly one acre
For further part:on-rs enquire of
JAS. F. MORGAN.
On Thursday, October 25th,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
At mv salesroom. S"7 Kaahumanu St
I wi'.i sell. fer aoount of whom it may!
One 01dsmobi!a Touring Car"!
2) horse-power. Originally cost over '
The car is in good srvi'-eMd con
ditioi! f.-nd tan be setn by applying at
JAS. F. MORGAN.
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Executrix Sale of Real
By order of Jane Lishman More, ex
ecutrix of the estate of Jane Wilson,
deceased, I will sell at public auction,
at my salesroom, 857 Kaahumanu St.,
-aturday, Oct. 20, 1906,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The following property, situate on
NUUANU STREET, near KUKUI
Property known as the Wilson resi
dence, situate on the east side of Nu
uanu street, about 100 reet from Kukui
street, and adjoining the Lyceum prop
The property has a frontage of 29 feet
on Nuuanu street, a depth of 151.4 to
152.3 feet, and an easterly boundary of
This lot Is filled to the height of Nuu
On the property there is a dwelling-
house, comprising parlor, dining-room,
three bedrooms, kitchen, pantry and
Property ia now under monthly
The household furniture will be sold
after the sale of the residence.
Terms, cash; deeds at purchaser's ex
For further particulars appiy to
JAS. F. MORGAN.
The above sale has been postponed to
Saturday, October 27, 1906, at 12 o'clock
noon, at the. salesroom of Jas. F. Mor
gan, 857 Kaahumanu street, Honolulu,
JAS. F. MORGAN,
Situate at Honolulu,
Island and County of Oahu. Territory
Pursuant to a Decree of Foreclosure
anel Sale made by the Honorable J. T.
De Bolt, First Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Judicial Circuit,
Territory of Hawaii, at Chambers, in
Equity, on the 11th day of October,
A. D. 190G, in an action entitled E. H.
F. Wolter, Trustee, complainant, vs.
Henry Vieira, Senior, respondent, peti
tion for foreclosure of mortgage
(Equity Division No. 1"43), the under
signed, as Commissioner duly appoint
ed by said Decree, will sell at public
auction to the highest and best bidder
for cash, subject to confirmation of the
Wttedjy, 24th day of October, 1906,
at 12 o'clock noun of said day, at the
front (mauka) entrance to the Judi
ciary Building, in Honolulu, Island and
County of Oahu, Territory of Hawaii,
all and singular the mortgaged prem
ises mentioned in said Decree and de
scribed as follows, to wit:
All that certain lot, tract, piece or
parcel of land situate, lying and being
on the northwest side of Nuuanu
street, Honolulju, Island of Oahu, Ter
ritory of Hawaii, being a portion of the
land describeel in Royal Patent Number
1G47, Land Commission Award Number
T;S5 to Isaac Lewis, and particularly
bounded and described as follows, to
Beginning at the northwest side of
Nuuanu street 31 1-2 feet makai of the
south corner of the Robinson Lot, and
N. 41 30' W., Magnetic, T,: feet along
the Manohia half of the Hoomau Lot;
S. 40 20' W., 23 feet along the Bell
S. 41 E., 50 1-4 feet along Antone
Manuel's Lot; thence
N. 493 0.V E., 33 feet along Nuuanu
street to the initial pofnt.
Containing an area of 1740 square
feet, anil being the same premises con
veyed to sail respondent, the mort
gagor, by the following deeds: (a) Joa
ouim Pereira to Henry Vieira, dated
May 27. 1S77, and recorded in the Reg
:try 0:?ko jn said Honolulu in Liber
paae 43."; (b) Jo.inuim Pereira to
I'e-u-y Vieira, dated January 5, 18S1, and
i e eorded in said Office in Liber 67, page
T.-rms of Sale: Cash in United
s gohj coin; ten (10) per cent, of j
th-- amount to be paid at the time of 1
-':''. haLinee upon confirmation of sale)
a;:il .; ;f.,:i and delivery of deed by'
'-' ' "' :n .iissfoner. Deed at expense of
F. .r further particulars apply to j
M ssrs. Thomnson & demons, attor-i
r- v 'or corn pla ina nt, at thir office,;
S i" Campliell Block, Honolulu, or to
the urn:--i-sined. at his o flics, Kaahu
r.:a:iu sc' reet, Honolulu, aforesaid.
JAMES F. MORGAN,
H'-r.o'tj'u. October 12, 1906. 754:
The Ewa Plantation Co.
The Waialua Agricultural Co.. In 1
The Kohala Sugar Co. ' j
The Waimea Mill Sugar Co '
The Fulton Iron Works, St Lt. '
The Standard Oil Co
The George F. Blake Steam Pum :
The New England Mutual Life Isn.
ance Co., of Boston.
The Aetna Insurance Co., of Vm.
The Alliance Assurance Co. of "Lai.
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60c. PER ROD UP.
J. . Axtell & Co.
1048-50 Alakea St. .!
Phone Blue 1801. p. o. Box f
"HOW SAVINGS GROW.
Our little booklet with the abort
title free for the asking.
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TRUST CO. OF HAWAII, LTD. f
liAHU Ice &
Ice delivered to any part of th tin
fsland orders promptly filled. Tel. $ei
315L P. C. Box 600. Office: KewmJ I kl
have opened a horse-shoeing depufr
ment in connection with their carrlsr
shop, etc. Having secured the serrVen'
of a flrst-class shoer. they are nrenarsl ! -
to do all work intrusted to them it .
first-class manner. 1 1 Pi
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Manufacturers of Straw Hta. . bn
Garments cleaned by this process At
Mrs. A. M. Mellls
Sachs Block, Honolulu.
TRY OUR DELICIOUS CXirr
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CONTRACTOR AND BUILDEJt
Store Fittings a Specialty. jfety
Repairing, Cabinet Work and Polishttancor
10S2 Alakea St., rear of Y. M. C. A. eld
Phone M. 447; residence. Phone W. MUICai
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THE PIONEER JAPANESE PRIJ,uiin
lng office. The publisher of HawftJ
Shinpo, the only daily Japanese pftPra '
published in the Territory of HawailtUre
C. SHIOZAWA, Proprietor. a
Editorial and Printing Office lflHaciJ
Smith St., above King. Phone Main 'tUua
C. BREWER & CO., LTD. nTi
Sugar Factors and Commissio; 08
LIST OF OFFICERS.
C. M. Cooke, President; George fMo:
Robertson, Manager; E. F. Bishop pj
Treasurer and Secretary; F. W. MJ .
farlane. Auditor; P. (J. Jones, C. lUb5
Cooke. J. R. Gait, Directors. 1 l0rjS
. . aye
Bicyclo Repairing fir
Punctures and all parts of the v
cycle neatly and quickly repalrti ., ou
Prices reasonable. I
Also bicycle tires for sale, at
YOSHIKAWA CYCLE CO-
Kin Street. Opposite Young Hotel -v
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