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THE HONOLULU REUBLICAX, FRIDAY, JANUARY 24, 1902.
THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAHj.T ?
Published Every Morning Except Mon-,
day br the Robert Grieve Pub-! Other claimants for expenditures of
.. u -r t imitd (Territorial rands will be coming for
Hefateg Company, Limited.
ward nox that the drainage of Ke-
C. R. BUCKLAND EDITOR
TELEPHONES.
Business Office.
.Msin 218.!
Editorial Rooms Main 123.
Washington Bureau Post Building.)
Estered at the Pt OSce at Hono
11, H T., a- second-class mall.
SUBSCRIPTION RATES.
? Month, by Carrier J .50
Oh Yer. by Mall 5.56
Six Months, by Mail 3.00
Tlroe Months, by Mail or Carrier 1 . 59
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HONOLTJLTJ, H. T., JAN. 24, 1902 j
SUGAR PRICES AND PROFITS.
, since the last pumping expedition on
The nnrt thought which came to the! Saturday night, anil people were able
Minds of the American farmers when to get their mail yesterday without in
xbe events following the war for the convenience. And now come the glad
Iteration of Cuba brought under our! tidings that Kewalo is to be drained
control certain tropical areas, was; and this menace to the health of Ho-
whether or not the possession or con
trol of this territory by the United
State wonld injure or perhaps de
' stroy the opportunities which they be
Ifered thev had almost within their
grasp to supply much of the $100,000.-
000 worth of sugar which the people)
Of the United States annually' con-i
same. This fear if It reached the
atage in which it could be called by)
that name was answered in the nog-
ntive by the Republican party when
it passed tne rono mean dim.
The Democratic party fought with
all of its power to prevent the enact
ment of that measure which placed a
doty upon articles coming into the
United States from Porto Rico. That
doty wa- small, but it was an explicit
declaration by the Republican party
that It would not concede the power
o Ax such tariff' as it might deem
judicious against the products of
Porto Rico and the Philippines, and
under whatever conditions. In other J live health and quarantine organiza
words. it was a distinct promise tojtions to promptly notify the diplomat
ic farmer that he need not fenr that ' 'c or consular representatives of the
the Republican party would permit! signatory republics stationed within
their cheap labor and cheap sugar to
be brought in in a manner which
would destroy that infant industry of
beot sugar production which the farm
ers of the United States have, under
the fostering care of the Republican
party, been building up during-'thp
last few years.
The farmers of the temperate zone
can produce beet sugar successfully i
lu competition with the sugar cane
Of the tropics when both are handled)
by free labor. But if the Republican J
party intends to Rive special conces
sions to a tropical country which pos
sesses an unlimited supply of cheap
labor, and which is neither a Terri
tory nor a possession of the United
States, rather than care for the in-!
terost of its own people, then it is '
receding from its old-time principles.
However. nothing has yot been de-'
elded, although It can hardly be said (
that the news coming from Washing-;
ton Is of a nature encouraging to the '
sugar Interests of Hawaii. Raw sugar
is cheap enough, leaving but little
margin for producers here after dellv
wring their sugar In either New York
or San Francisco. The chief trouble
w that Hawaii is. and always has!
been, dominated by the Sugar Trust. u,,ie. Philadelphia: Henry' Soungs
which quietly credits Itself with ajana wffe Denver. Colo: Geo. J. W.
margin of one and a quarter cents
profit on even- pound of sugar it hnn-
ii last year, a part of which is a
tax squeeied out of the producers
who, with the risk of failing crops.
are compelled to figure their share of,1
ttrofit in th smnll frniOlnn f ennt I
" , ,. , ' , i
tellers of sugar from other coun-
ines isaa mo are accepting tne ex-
loting ruinously tow prices rather
tna Bold back taetr sugar for a time.'
It Is feared that Cuba, after obtaining'
a reduction in duties, will sell lts',nan: R- R- Stogue. S. F.: B. a Scher-
( vu at a lower parity than the 'erbrn. Ds Moines. In.; Geo. E.
jrent duty-paid quotations, thereby RanrS,F:S , J HanAy a"d S
U1I farther wk.iag the market , m .J r 'S vf'.V"
.. ., . Mrs. Andrew, s. I- : M. Nottingham.
a atUiag prices. At the same SwiUU: u G; IIaU. R; D &la
tlraa there are no Indications of de; h. C. Schmidt and wife.
tm6d production In any part of thc . lt1
wrki
i
Xeaty, Neeiy, Nooly?
Oh.
was a
poatoCiee robbor of the last j
l I Tit trial hao tlAU- huiMin f
ftaatary.
... .., ..j ..... UUf.uu i
Havana
' !
w iwave v.nicago. i nis is i
oneaaraslng. But he has taken
that he can get out of Chicago.
all
President Palma. bf Cuba, has been j
vigorously asserting his island repub-
lie's Independence. Why. then, all
this dnnendpar nnn th iTnW .
States oa the sugar proposition?
Xew York's bolting boss has put
Louis Nixon In charge or the Indians.
Because Hon. Loulshas been a suc
cessful shipbuilder, does Hon. Dick
sone-rottea
planks?
j walo has been arranged. Who can
' teii bow many millions are hidden f
j away is Treasurer "Wright's safe?
The Evening Bulletin says that the
. citfieas of Kewalo may prepare to
i Mcht bonfires of rejoicing. WonKl it
' sot be well for them to wait until a
t Mule of the water is drained from the
staff ?
If there is any law In the Territory
of HawaK thai can detain the whaling
bark John Wintbrop. now lying
os this harbor and waiting for a sick
mate, some action should be taken to
Investigate the stories of the sailors
; ad release them If they have been
shanghaied.
Hon. James H. Boyd is to be con-
gratulated upon his recent progress
in administering the Public Works
DepertmenL The Merchant street
cesspool has not overflowed Its banks
nolulu will be removed, notwith
standing the long sounded tocsin of
insunicieni xunus. i nere may nave
to be some maneuvering in Territor -
ial finance. ut no matter. Kewalo
S to be drained. The Republican has! tne mainland of the United States.
won its fight and we congratulate i ThIs Is a s,lbiec of such far-reaching
Mr. Boyd upon his recognition of the I?00?? th" there is hesitation in at"
justice of our fight
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XirTjpTP AW DEDTTBT TPC
AiULrltluilfl ilia UdLIuj
ON QUARANTINE LAWS
' and California Commission, presented
j a composite bill containing features
MEXICO CITV. Jan. 5. The com j drawn from several bills already de
mlttee on international sanitary regit-, scribed, and the sub-committee tlis
lations of the Pan-American Con-1 cussed it at some length. This com
gress will report this week recom-' DOsite l,i1' contains fifty-six sections,
mendations for an international ar-. The bill differs most radically from
rangement on the following basis: ' the existing law in extending the ex
The signatory republics agree that ' c1,,,sio" ,aw against the Chinese from
flirt. UhlMnmtin Tnlntir. mUt,. n
it shall be the duty of their respec-,
their territory of the existence and
progress within their sovereign limits
of the following diseases, namely:
Cholera, yellow fever, bubonic plague,
smallpox, or other serious pestilen
tial outbreaks. It shall be the duty
of the sanitary authorities in the re
spective ports to note on the bills of
.health the transmissible diseases
which may exist in said ports prior
to the sailing of the vessel.
In order to bring health and quar
antine organizations more closely to
gether for mutual benefit and. inter
national co-operation a general con
vention of representatives of these
organizations shall be provided for.
An international sanitarv committee
shall be established, whose niember-
ship shall consist of not to exceed
five delegates appointed by each re-
public; said delegates to be selected
from the respective health an dquar-
untine organizations of each republic
so far as possible,
HOTEL ARRIVALS.
The following arrivals have been
registered at the Hawaiian 'Hotel:
V n H.irns Xon- Vnrk-- f3 Afnrris
Stark. Oakland: Mrs. C. Lehners. Ala
meda; A. H. Wagner. San Francisco;
H. T. Cooke. S. F.; .Miss E. M. Wal
lace. S. F: Geo. D. Gear. Honolulu;
Col. N. B. Brown. K. C. .Mo.; John
Muhiis. Tacoma: A. E. Augur. Bos-
i Inn Ilnncnn Mnf 1 -. 4 n-n1..n
' "'""-" "" -" rti,cie,
Mrs. Moore. Miss F. G. Moore. W.
Corbin. Thos. B. Gregj: Wm
H.
C.
Gregg. Minneapolis: AV. E. Allen. Bal
timore; O M. Denbar. Cleveland; A.
. Scripps and wife. Cleveland: MrsJ'
H S. Hoffman and maid: H. E. Hoff
Y. M. C. A. Youths' Room.
ffs' I
vs h' C" ls at P3111 busiisay that Is a question for the Su
' nol fitting the room tmstairs over theinrom rnnr m joti s ,--
gymnasium into a room for the usejfied case, and that the antl-Chiuese
f lionfrtv a, mm Yn.u u lMu u . ... "
V1 j..u.u. unuuuris uuuer i years oinaavocates should not raise the ques-
age. The room will be furnished ; tion themselvp
w,lk magazines, books, games, etc.
- 1"" cuuiraiuw irum me x. .u. u. a.;
will make It attractive with curtains
and pictures.
. Mission Children Society,
The January meeting of the Ha
wa"an Mission Children's Society will j
be bcld t the home cf Mrs. B. F.
uiuingnam at :ju p. m.. Monday.
: January 27. Dr. and Mrs. Scudder.
who are on their way to Japan, will
be present. Proposed changes in the
constitution and other matters of im
portance will be considered. A full
Attendance is requested.
EXCLUSION
PROBLEMS
MAST DIFFERENCES OF OPINION
SENATOR MITCHELL CLAIMS
THAT LABORERS MAY
GO TO HAWAII.
Composite Bill in Senate Contains
Fifty-six Sections Representative
Newlands Thinks Democratic
Party May Make Question the
Burning Issue of Next Campaign.!
WASHINGTON. D. C. Jan. 15.
Senator Lodge said today that the
Chinese exclusion question was likely
to give rise to extended debate in th
Senate Inasmuch as the whole Philip-
' i i p.uH.y uU1B uumc
invoivea. ne auaea inai ne muugm
there was a growing feeling in favor
of his bill, looking to the simple con
tinuation of the present laws. This
would avoid bringing in the question
of the citizenship of the people of
the Philippines, about 1.500.000 of
whom are of Chinese blood. It is es
timated by the insular bureau that of
these 500,000 are of pure Chinese
blood, 60,000 of them being in Manila.
If the people of the Philippines are
citizens, or should be made so by act
j of Congress, the question arises
1 whether the Chinese there, citizens
I like the rest, could be excluded from
i tacking jt.
Composite Bill Presented.
Tf wrfl 5 f VlIC . nnocffnn thnl none
I e.I something like a split to-day in the!
j sub-committee charged with framing
the Chinese bill. The labor leaders,
i Immigration Bureau representatives
' ..i": .... , ,s ..
follows:
Section in Dispute.
"Section 2. That from and after
the passage of this act the entry
into the American mainland ter
ritory of the United States of
Chinese laborers coming from
any of the insular possessions of
the United States shall be ab
solutely prohibited, and the pro
hibition shall apply to all Chi
nese laborers v regardless of con
siderations of citizenship, unless
their citizenship shall have arisen
in the said mainland territory.
And the same prohibition of entry
shall apply to Chinese laborers
coming to one of the Insular pos
sessions of the United States
from any of the other territories
of the United States. But the
transit privileges hereinafter giv
en to other Chinese persons and
hereby given to Chinese laborers
in all territory of the United
States, subject to the 'conditions
hereinafter expressed.'"
From Philippines to Hawaii.
The words "regardless of considera
tions of citizenship." and the clause
prohibiting Chinese laborers from
; passing from one grtoup of islands to
another, as from the Philippines to
Iliwaii, gave ri?f tn rzK- h discussio-i.
Senator Mitchell opposed it vigorous
ly, saying there was only one class of
cin'zens under the American flag, aud
that if the Chinese were entitled to
citizenship now or hereafter in the
Phliipjnes, they were entitled to go
from cne 'iart of the country to an
other. Kotirescntative Newlands, chairman
of the sub-committee, also withheld
his sanction of section 2. His rea
sons are based on questions of party
policy. The Democratic party, he
:hinks. may take the ground that the
peopie or the Philippines, of what-
ovo. .u. .. li j . ..,.... ...
r.v. i-uiui ur uiuuu. are American ctti-
zens. and this may become the burn-.
ing Issue of the next Presidential
campaign. He will not commit him
self on this section, therefore, until
l'e has consulted with the Democratic
lpndpi-5.
uirterenct of Opinion.
Other members of the sub-commit
j tee indorse this section, and declare
j that.the United States has a perfect
j right to exclude Chinese from the
I mainland, no matter what their sta
tus may oe m tne Philippines. Thev
The sub-committee finally decided
to present the bill to th
Pacific'
ioasi caucus to-morrow with a fa-
vorable report, except as to section
2. which" will be presented withsut
comment.
Woman's Influence. ; On reading and Sling the Petition
Mrs. Robert Wilcox made one of ani Accounts cf the Administrator of "
the reporters of the Advertiser apolo-. le Estate of said deceased, wherein
gize In their paper about some arti 5t a3ks tliat its accounts may be ex
cles written about Mrs Wilcox It 3nji,ne1 an approved, and that a
read es if it was a letter to her from ' ?? V aadf ?f dJftri,baHa ?f j
thharthsheratshv sd r'tffsssa
that she Is not used to snowing hfr discharging it from all further re
letters to any one, ana especially tr j spoasibillty as such Administrator.
! reporters of that paper. It was a
i good thing that they made the cor -
rectioa for it wonld have been their
' tnm tn nav mil Mil 5ntM nf Mr.
Pain's. Home Rule Republican.
: SCOTTISH THISTLE ''
CLP WILL GIYE
SMOKISG CONCERT
The Scottish Thistle Club has ar-.
ranged the following program for Itsf
smoking concert, which will take
place tonight at the Elks" hall:
Introductory Remarks ....Chief Ray
"The rank is but the guinea's stamp.
"The man's the gowd for a that.
The Immortal Memory of Burns...
; R. Catton
"Well a be prood o' Robbie.
Song There was a Lad was Born
in Kyle N. Kay
Pianoforte Selection G. F. Davles
The President of the United States
Hon. M. M. Estee
Song C. A. Elston
Recitati :n McBrae's System
S. Beardmore
Song The Auld Scotch Sangs
James G. Brown
Address Robert Burns -
T. McCants Stewart
Song Flora McDonald D. Clark
Highland Fling (in
costume)
. Piper R. McDonald Murray
Their Majesties the King and Queen
of Great Britain .
British Commissioner W. R.
Hoare
Song Tommy Atkins.. Mr. Thompson j
Violin Solo Scottish Melodies j
J. Rosean i
The Land o' Burns Dr. Sinclair,
"Scotia, my dear, my native land." j
Song Scotland Vet. . .John C. Brown !
Selection Dillingham Quartet
Recitation Tam o'
... R. Anderson
"The nicht drave on
clatter.'"
wi' sangs an',
Bagpipes Selection I
Piper R. McDonald Murray!
"The braw bagpipes is grand myj
frien's.
The braw bagpipes is fine: i
We'll tuk't another pibroch yet.
For the days o' auld lang syne." '
The Land We Live In ,
Rev. Alex. MackMitosh '
"The palm tree waveth high." ! MORTGAGEE'S NOTICE OF INTEN
Song Gowfin' D. W. Anderson' TION OF FORECLOSURE AND
The Bar Attorney-Gen. E. P. Dole!
Song A. Morrison
SonS W. Goudiej
Our Past Chiefs G. L. Dall '
"Mv loved, mv honored, much re-'
snected friend " - '
specteu mend.
Sword Dance Ghillie Callum i
Piper R. McDonald Murray
The Press Visiting Pressmen!
"A chiel's amass ye takin notes,
.,,.... ...
An faith, he 11 prent it. "
Violin Selection Scotch... J. Rosean
The Lassies '
"Tlie wisest man the world e'er saw. i
. , , .,..., ...
He dearly loved the lasses O! I
The chairman and toastmaster will j
'be T. M. Ray. George F. Davies will
act as accompanist. I
K4. ,. , . . ,.
At the conclusion of the program
the audience will stand and sing,
"Auld Lang Syne."
A Public Statement.
E. R. Bath, the plumber, and
W. Barth, Honolulu Sheet Metal t
Works, desire to inform their friends. Avenue, Honolulu, aforesaid, aod com
and the business communitv that they' prising:
are not associated in business or in All that piece or parcel of land con
any other way with W. H. Barth. , tainlng an area of forty-two hundreths
Similarity in the name has given rise) (42-100) of an acre situate at Makiki,
to certain unpleasantness and friends ' Honolulu, aforesaid, and being the
are renuestP.l tn nso mnrp ro r. i PIece or parcel of land described In
garding their statements.
E. R. BATH.
H. W. BARTH.
ADMINISTRATOR'S NOTICE.
The undersigned having been duly,
appointed Administrator of the Estate
of Alonzo Kalua Kuhia. deceased, late j
of Honolulu. Oahu. notice is hereby
I given to' all persons having claims ,
!:. jj t-..i .. i
bnuai tttia csiaie 10 nreseni inem .
.. . .... . .
,y authenUca'ed. to the undersign-.
"""'" a- monias irom uaie nere-
i of or they will be forever barred'
j and all persons Indebted to the said
Estate are requested to make imme-
diate payment to me at Honolulu.
Oahu. or to X. Fernandez. Esq.. at
his office No. 20S Merchant street,
Campbell Block.
KEMALIA KUHIA.
t Administrator Estate of Alonzo Kalua
Kuhia, deceased.
December 23. 1901.
IN
THE CIRCUIT COURT, FIRST
CIRCUIT-COURT. TERRITORY
OF HAWAII.
AT CHAMBERS. IN PROBATE.
In the matter of the Estate of Alex
ander Chisholm, late of Hone
lulu, deceased.
f It Is Ordered, that Monday, the
! 10th day of February, A. D. 1502, at
, ten o'clock a. ej at the Court Room
U SZia UOUrt at MOE01U1U, JSWna
of Oahu. be and the same hereby is
appointed as the time and place for
i hearing said Petition and Accounts,
. and that all persons interested may
; then and there appear and show
. cause, if any they have, why the
! same should not be granted, and may
j present evidence as to who are en
j titled to the said property.
j Honolulu. Dec 30th, 1S01.
J Br the Coart:
j GEORGE LUCAS.
Clerk.
Jan. 3, 10. 17, 24.
NOTICE.
At the annual meeting of the Paci
fic Guano Fertilizer Co- held on
Monday, s January 20th, 1?02. at 11
o'clock a. m.. at the office of H. Hack
feld & Co.. Ltd.. Honolulu, the fol
lowing officers were duly elected to;
serve during the ensuing year:
George N. Wilcox President.
H. A. Isenberg. .. Vice-President.
W. Pfotenhauer Treasurer.
F. Klamp Secretary.
Armin Haneberg Auditor.
F. KLAMP,
3t. - Secretary.
STOCKHOLDERS ANNUAL
ING.
MEET-
The regular annual meeting of the
stockholders of the Robert Grieve
! PnJiHcnin r"n T tA tv-III Yin holrl nt
" " " " v
i ..
. AUV VU
SATURDAY, JANUARY 25, 1902.
J at 3 o'clock p. m. By order of the
j Board of Directors.
EDWIN S.
GILL,
Secretary.
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1902.
NOTICE.
All persons are forbidden to tres
pass on the fishing rights at Kaika,
Wnlnlnn Tslnnrt nf hnhn lnv nai-crm
; trespassing or fishing will be prose-
cuted to th fu1 extent of the law.
CHING AKINA. Lessee. '.
I
NOTICE.
Notice is hereby given that I will
not be responsible for any debts con
tracted id the name of Mrs. S. C.
Bertelmann or Mrs. I. H. Kahilina.
(Signed) MRS. I. H. KAHILINA.
Honolulu, January 13th, 1902.
OF SALE.
Notice is hereby given that pursuant
to the powers of sale contained in that
certain mortgage dated October 30th.
1S99 made DJ" CecelIa ' Arno'd of
Honolulu, Island of Oahu, Territory of
Hawaii, as mortgagor, to C. Bosse,
formerly of Honolulu, aforesaid, but
now of San Francisco State of Calif-
"lE"???6, and recodcd j?
tne Registry of Conveyances in said
Honolulu, in Liber 196, on pages 263
and 264. the mortgagee intends to
foreclose the said mortgage for con-
jn broken to wit: the non-pay-
ment of the interest on the sum of
Twenty-five Hundred Dollars ($2500)
the principal sum secured bv said
mortgage when due.
0UCe ls llkewlse Siven that the
property conveyed by the said mort
gage will oe so,d at PublIc AucHon at ,
the auction rooms of James F. Mor-
! gan. Auctioneer, Queen St., Honolulu.
j on SATURDAY, the 18th day of Jan-
uary, 1902, at 12 o'clock noon.
The property covered by said mort
,, , sage consists "of all that piece or par-
..,, nf
. -.i ui iuuu suuuicu uu me vvaihitii
Maklki Street near Wilder
Royal Patent 3G90. Land Commission
Award 1101S to Wahine.
Together with all buildings, Im
provements, rights, easements, priv
ileges and appurtenances thereunto
belonging.
Terms Cash, United States Gold
J coin; deeds at expense of purchaser.
For further particulars apply to
HOLMES R- STAN'LRY.
Attorneys for Mortgagee,
Dated Honolulu, December 23, 1901.
C BOSSE.
Bv his nttnrnpv 5n fact
---- --
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J. M. DOWSETT.
The above Sale is postponed to Sat- A
urday, January 25th, at 12 o'clock O
noon, at Salesroom of 'X
JAS. fC MORGAN.
Pin Money
Pickles
You've surely heard about those
pin money pickles If not be sure
to ask about them when yon are
in the store.
No other people can put up pick
les like Southerners and these are
direct from Virginia.
Better telephone for bottle,
come with your regular order.
Here are some of the varieties:
Pepper Mango,
Cucumber Mango,
Melon Mango.
Burr Cucumbers,
Martynlas and others.
to
LEWIS i CO., ltd.
106S Fort St
240 Three Telephones 240.
Orpliemii Theater
A Trip
to
Coontown.
BY
...Ernest Hogao...
AND COMPANY.
J
Beginning Saturday Night,
January 25th.
Reserved Seats, 75c. Gallery, 50c, 25c
BOX OFFICE NOW OPEN.
DO NOT BE DEGEIYED !
Drink no substitute for
KOMEL
the pure juice of the grape fruit.
Carbonated only by the
CONSOLIDATED
Soda Water Works Co., Ltd.
Sole Agts, for the Territory of Hawaii
601 Fort SL, Honolulu, T. H.
Tel. 71 Main. Island orders solicited.
Buy Only That
Which you can enjoy drinking,
such as ,
Old Biackthorne Whiskey
This whiskey is distilled from
selected grain, is warranted pure
and unadulterated, is highly recom
mended for its medicinal proper
ties, purity guaranteed.
AXSO.
Old Cremorne Bourbon Whiskey
Bottled especially for
J. Hartmann & Co., ltd
Wholesale Liquor Merchants.
Waverley Block. Bethel Street.
PHONE 219.
Shanghai
From 50c to S3.00
per yardAt
The PHONG FAT CO.
33 Kinc Street.
THESE ARE THE FINEST -GOODS
EVER SHOWN IN HO
NOLULU. LARGE VARIETIES
OF LINEN AND GRASS TEA
CLOTHS IN STOCK.
0
o
The Pacific Hardware Co, Ltd.
:0
HS.OSIVED
EJXectxio
Keep one at your bed
side and throw light
on the burglar " when
he comes a burgling."
Fresh
Flower
-a:nt
Vegetable
Seeds
Just Arrived.
All Varieties
The Hollister Drug Co.,
LIMITED
FORT STREET.
The Mew
England
Bakery
Is loaded up with Good Things
SCOTCH SHORT BREAD CAKES,
ALL SIZES, PRICES and
STYLES.
PIES just
to make.
like your Mother used
Cookies, Macaroons, Lady Fingera,
Cream Puffs and all the dainty Btylea
suitable for Christmas.
TONS OF PURE CANDY
from cheap grade for children up
to better grades for 50 cents. Wo
can furnish you a box of delicious
candle worth a dollar elsewhere.
Don't forget!
J. OSWALD LUTTED,
PHONE 74. MANAGER.
ALSO SOME MORE
flIiGliigan Stoves
and Ranges.
AND ANOTHER INVOICE of ...
3EaArorfte
Oarlancls
AT PRICES TO SUIT ALL.
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