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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 December 1900

at 12 per cent, $3,2oU. 9S4.16. Total. GRAND HOLIDAY OPENING. i.irs. Williams' Art StoreShows Display of Gems of Handiwork. The annual holiday opening of the art store of Mrs. H. H. Williams will li one of the most attractive features of Honolulu for the coming week.( Mrs. Williams uas one oi tne cnoice&L displnys ever shown in the city. Among other things are sofa pillows of fancy burnt leather and other ma- UriUlt. jiuiuue, cue uvb. . w.w , pair of golf players, a conventional t poppy, and Oriental an uotner designs. Of the centerpiece clusters of strawberries, violets, chrysanthenlums and roses are among the gems of art, all hand embroidered Very tasty toilet sets may be seen including crochet work of most ingenious creations, bu The Christmas festivities at the Central Union church are to be on an extensive scale this year. A large tree has been secured for the occasion, and it will doubtless bring much joy to the hearts of the young people. GLASSFIED ADVERTISEMENTS. -v Clas...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 11 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 December 1900

ft i I 5 I Hfi 'lT?tf''SS; .Jig a. ,!". j.tV ' - XV?S' . - ' 'tw "" - wF f . "eg 3w" X '. V.' . THE HONOLULU REPL"BLICAX, SUNDAY, DECEMBER 16, 190a SFVEH .- k- - ' . fc. ,vv 0?090C0XCC K 0CCfCSCC OUR SOLE AGENTS Silverware -. 'The Ejnperor" xmrs LATEST LOHDOH'S CBAZiS H.Ts. Delight. AMEBIC-. TBIUMPH The Shoe of the Century Ideal Patent Kid, Practical for All Purposes. Always Dressed, Never Meed Polisning, iMclnerny's Shoe Store S C V 0 .S .S .S w J v O v 0 tnRAND Christmas Display 'ijr of Exquisite Christmas Millinery ON MONDAY, DEC. 17TH, All the Ladles of Honolulu are Cordially Invited to Attend. MISS M. E. KILLEAN, Hotel Street. . ." K" S - " K " FOR THE TOILET TABLE ., CHRISTMAS DISPLAY SURPASSES ANYTHING HERETOFORE SHOWN , JV Leather Goods Chatelaine Bags IN CUT STEEL AND JET Fancy Boxes Gentlemen's Complete Traveling Cases Fansand Pincushions in Great Variety Embroidered and Lace " For Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars . HaedkercWete d&.&T&A&x SPBiiBiBiBiBHBsWs...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 12 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 16 December 1900

Dolls thaf. saueakl Dolls that speak Dolls that wash Dolls that don't HAWAII IS AN IDEAL PUCE TO GROW FIGS So Says Professor Koebele, the Entomologist Rocky Land That Could Be Made Productive. "Hawaii is an Ideal place for the Smyrna lip, All tue rocky, dry lands that are going to waste could be utilized and made to yield a considerable income." This was the statement made to a Republican reporter yesterday morning 'by Entomologist Koebele. "Everyone in these Islands," continued the professor, "thinks of nothing but sugar. Coffee is being destroyed and all available lands put into sugar. Hut there arcacres and acres of rocky, dry land, which at present yield nothing but lantana, which with almost no expense could be put into figs. In California, where the fig industry is still young, the growers, are clearing from' $200 'to-$300 an' acre. Such a profit is not to be despised, and with the expenses as small as they are the fig inlustry ought to prove a great success in those Islands. ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 December 1900

) 4 STs! C- & nTT i- " t $? V V" WV "' 7' ' eV r v V- K TEN NEB THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN. - VOLUME IL SO. 163 HONOLULU, H. T., TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18, 1900. PRICE FIVE CENTS 10 PLE4D FOR MERCY IS IJjD DISPUTE Commissioner Brown Is Off For Washington. SAYS HE WILL GlYE "INFORMATION" PARAGRAPH FROM JOINT RESOLUTION OF ANNEXATION ON QUESTION. Opinion of Attorney General Grigss Quoted Herewith In Full Sustains The Republican's Position Public Property Transferred By Treaty. The tend controversy is getting so i warm for some people who have a kind of Official, not to say porsonal. int. "-est that they hare gotten together an i dispatched a representative o Washington, in no less a personage than Land Commissioner Jacob F. Brfn. to personally ask the Attorney to plee play quits. Mr. 1 r. 'vn left last night on the Alameda rvi be has admitted that neither the nor Attorney General nor treter of Die Interior have sent for bint, bot lie iH.be on the ground :. piickly a Boeelble to offer sch ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 December 1900

TWO V T 5 i A M' 5 i - ; ,. SKJl J --- ffK 1 f r r i m i f Mn.fl v? fl w a m. 2 SWSVTNbSsJ'MI ""' -. ., . I . f t ft-y TE.- Um VVJ 'S ;7!VJ !( f - . M iSi Wel. IV Nl .. ,oTi 15 1? JIWW ' i-- lNy' &5Ur3? MS ? fit ' f t S " ,5fcS .H (1 St...22.1J I.i? zir r . 2 J. J " AKlT1" ik.a, . Ir- -' . .. -s. ,a iHr Us' 4?Kiir iirviSi .- nvm The Klnau to Lay Up. The steamer Kinau on her return ne:t week from her regular nm will be laid up for her regular yearly overhauling. During the time she is in the hands of the workmen the Claudine will take her place on the Hilo nm and the Maui will attend to the Glandlne's business on the Island, if Maui. A Drunken "Skinner." The first oflicer of the America Maru had an unpleasant experience with ono of the "skinners" in the European steerage a little while beforo the steamor saiictl for the Coast Sat urday evening. The man with some of his-mates had been up town drinking and they re'urned to the vessel much the worae 'or liquor and in a very quarrels...

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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 December 1900

" " OSPSS ;'?' p?R' r - 65 " ; N THREM THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. 190a t Pacific Import Co. t Incorporated. Progress Block, Fort Street SPECIAL DOLL SALE. OUR DOLL STOCK This Season is one of the largest that can be seen in this City, the best Dolls manufactured in undressed Kid; also in very stylish, dressed Dolls we carry them in stock. Our prices we guarantee are the lowest we have the assortment, you have no trouble to make selections. If vou are after Dolls PACIFIC IMPORT CO. is the right place. Large Assortment of WAGONS in all sizes. Our DOLL CARRIAGES are quick sellers. uodern plumbing. P&trosac ncltei P. O. Box,l. ,.,? O- Have you seen our selections in Notice. .Notice is hereby given that Ah Tam on the 17th day or November, 1900, sold his entire interests In the firm of Whoe Tod Kee Tam Soo Lee &. Co, to Ching Yal. All debts contracted by Ah Tam prior to date of sale will bo settled -by him. The said company will, not be responsible for any debt...

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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 December 1900

A man who has once sold out to those he had been fighting is very prone to imagine others tarred with the same stick as himself. The great liberality of the people of Honolulu toward a worthj cause was fittingly demonstrated in the leper concert, which netted nearly $1,100 for the unfortunates at Molokni. The domands upon the advertising space of The Republican by tV live, progressive business men of the citv are so groat as to necessitate t"G Issuance of a ten-page paper this morning. Honolulu merchants are carrying an enormous quantity of holiday goods this year, which is a sure indication of prosperity. Those who wish to sell their goods toll you about them through the columns of The Republican. "Any charter committee Is good enough which understands that the city does not want a charter and would be bettor off for several years without one." All of which shows that the appointment of a charter commission by the republican executive committee was xnorely for the purpose of trying...

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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 December 1900

V ) ! fc - ' MUGER'S PUD FOI 1 TREATY WITH AMERICA BLOCKED BY BLAINE'S REFUSAL TO RECEIVE HIS AMERICAN ENVOY. Representative of the Transvaal Government Spent $10,000 Appropriation In a Vain Trip Second Cem-"Mission Never Started. - From the Chicago Inter Ocean. The arrival of President Krueger m France serves to recall an interesting piece of unwritten history concerning the erstwhile Boer republic, that Is Interlinked with the United States. It ti -was In 1S89 that President Krueger evolved a plan for a treaty between this country and his own. At that time Johannesburg was becoming prominent, through the efforts of American miners, as a gold center. It was the trade Mecca in southern Africa for England and her colonies. Krueger even then had a bitter feeling toward "John Bull" and a fervent admiration for the United States. According to the convention of 1881, tne Transvaal government bad no power to enter into any diplomatic negotiations with any other power (except the Orange Fr...

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 December 1900

1 l v 'A V. V. 'V. 'a NOT THE STRENUOUS LIFE. T 51 V. 'ft '. n CV-v "' -i" 1 r T " t. i e- The Unbroken Serenity cf Men Who Sit in Front ef Lwery Stablest From tie N. O. Times-Democrat. "I tare always envied .hose mea who sit In front of livery stables," said a citizen who admits that he is constitutionally lazy. "That seems to me a beautiful life. It mast be one lonp, sweet sons, as the poet puts it. I have never known any of them personally," he continued, sighing, "baa I have watched them all my life, and they fill me with a yearning to be a livery stable man. When I had to pass a large livery stable on my way to school. It had an immense double door, which was nevr closed, and inside was a cool, dim vista of stalls and buggiesln rows. Four men were always seated at the threshold, tilted back in cane-bottomed chairs. They were large, well-fed, contented-looking men. and what me particularly was their air oi placid abstraction. They never said anything to one another, but sat ther...

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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 December 1900

r '" - '"! ' ":-"; - ''-J-S-CT --, sjJBSssKE'iir "' ---!-. T ""t' '" ' ' ' -'" v - " y&.?''-s. !5E? - - t" S at -i SEVEN THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, DECEJIBER 18, 190a t V I It. H ' ! nniin.mi "frgggB WSZSS I 1 FOR CHRISTMAS NUTS RAISINS r . PLUM BUDDINGS PUDDINGETTES, (Individual S'uMings) MINCEMEAT- CCEkA2flESi'.: ' LEMON, ORANGE AND CITRON PEEL APPLES ORANGES LEMONS A Fine Assortment of Fancy Crackers, consisting of Dainty Chips, Salin Snownake,Fig Bars, all varieties of Wafers, Etc. Large Variety o Christinas and Church Candles. Salter AWaity Tel. 680. Orpheum BIogk. orocer. twe" WBW GOODS JUST ARRIVED White Enameled Iron Beds from 7. Voo Mattresses, the very thine for comfort and health this wet weather, double, $4: $2X0. Wire Springs from S3. Wool Pillows, Feather Pillows, Hair Pillows, Straw Pillows. Excelsior Pillows. Meat Safes, Ice Chests. Refrigerators. Bookcases, Chiffoniers. Extension Tables, Baby Carriages, Baby Chairs, Hatchets, Wrenches and every descriptio...

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Page 8 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 December 1900

-, I! EIGHT THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER i8 190a. W METEQROLOBiCAl SUMMARY FOR MONTH 9F NOVEMBER What the Recorcs Show as to Temperature, Rainfall, Etc, as Compared With the Average. Temperature amn for the month; 74.1 F.; normal, 73.8; average dally maximum. 1SJS: averace daily mini mum. C9.9; average daily range, S3; greatest dally range, 15 degrees; least aaily range, 2 degrees; highest tern perature, S4; lowest, 65. Barometer average, 29.229; normal. 29.S5?, (corrected for gravity by .05); highest, 30.11; lowest. 29.57. Greatest 24-hour change 0.17 inch. The lowest was during the Kona storm of the and was the lowest since February, 1S91; that being at the same figure (corrected). The lowest on record was in Jan. 2S. 1SS1, 29.40. Relative humidity, 76.6; normal, 76.C; mean dew-point, 6G.3; normal. 65.7; absolute moisture, 7.16 grains per cable foot; normal, 6.93. Rainfall. 11.30 inches; normal, 5.52; rain record days. 19; normal, 17; greatest rainfall, all In one da...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 9 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 December 1900

--'" - .-; -5-,-:,. ---. -'- -,. 'rv ' 1- -4 ""- " ' v - 2;"LWtr. f3y.iX.rK?5c - -... . :-; A '.'.s''-,;' -V . -"- wi ,ft&- - THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER iS, 1900. NINE. v y , v la- 1 I. 1 " f z 1 0OO!CKXCK?XX 5v Y9lB'e?v"ldPfli ITheShoeoftheCentury Ideal Patent Kid, Practical lor All Purposes. Always Dressed, Never Heed Polishing, - flVGinerny's Shoe Store SOLE AGENTS & v C v S v u v v .S v v v v w tORAND Christmas Display of Exquisite Chtistmas Millinery ON MONDAY, DEC. 17TH, All the Ladies of Honolulu are Cordially Invited to Attend. MISS M. E. . JO V " . i' V - OUR. CHRISTMAS ,- . V;TSURPASSE8 .ANYTHING Silverware FOR "The unperor .lift . ; Lokdok's Craze H.Ys. DSLIGHT. Xmshica THIUMPj KILLEAN, Hotel Street. " J? ? ? " . ' v- :, '5f i.'V ' jGhatelaine Bags IN . Fancy For DISPLAY HERETOFORE SHOWN THE TOILET TABLE Leather Ooods Gentlemen's Complete Traveling Cases- CUT STEEL AND JET s Gloves, Handkerchiefs and Collars in Great Variety Handkerchief; sayssssft...

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Page 10 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 18 December 1900

I "? - "' .V TCN THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 18. 1900. DON'T READ THIS X- FOR THE CHILDREN OOOwOOwOwOwOOwOOOwOvtvwvwvPWvvwvvvWvOOOwOwOwOOw TOYS! TOYS! TOYS! 1 9090&000 mx ' . Dolls that squeak Dolls that speak Dolls that wash Dolls that don't WE ARE SHOWING THE BEST SELECTION AND LARGEST COLLECTION OF TOYS IN HONOLULU. OUR STOCK EXCEEDS ONE HUNDRED CASES. m i' HONOLULU STOCK EXCHANGE. HONOLULU. Momlajr, D-C. 17 1900. ' BiJ Asked :&wi PUnMtfon Cowpany 23 2Hi llavntlati Agricultural Oo Hwtten Com'l .t SugarOo ..... lUwnttau Sugar Co JOJi M IlPMomu bugnr Coniiny "Haiku Suirnr Company 210 EHbntu lliuilRllou Qmrviur 23? 23 Klhri PhiHWiUuu Co., I.W., Aswss .... 12 SMmH Plantation On., Ltd.. rata uji. . 10 IS J "Lljohaln Sueur ConHKiur 110 Xoiki Sugar Co ...... 10O ilinnsll Sugar Co . Aes JleMrjTle Sugar 0o.LtilAies9 0 0,i MeUryle Sugar Co.. lui.. 1M up USi JuSug!ir.V. 1&5 163Jf tteOtala Supnr riruilallou On. It), IS 91im Sgnr Co., LU1.. Avss i ly Ltd., TiilA up ...

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Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 December 1900

- ? " 'Ki VI - ' ."", - LU ,-... v; . vs&: . j & - ii I'll WlMmwi wu n unpin -VV- - - v JEN PAGES THE HONOLULU EPUBLICAN II W VOLUME II. 20. 1C4 HONOLULU, H. T., "WEDNESDAY, Dl&EJLBER 19, 190a PRICE HTE GENTS FAMED CITIES OF IKE HERN COLONIES Besemblance Between Auckland and Honolulu. THE APPROACH TO SIDNEY HEADS THEY STAND LIKE GRIM SENTINELS GUARDING THE CITY AND HARBOR. Some Experiences in Railroad Travel In Australia Not Much Like the Modern .Trains Found in America Visit to the Courts. Special Correspondence. MELBOURNE, Australia, Nov. 22. 1900. From Samoa to Auckland, N. Z., a distance of 1594 miles, is one of tho most pleasant and Interesting sections of the great journey to the Southern Hemisphere, because of the rapid change of seasons and the loss of a day in crossing the ISOth meridian. No other special feature invites tho attention of the traveler. Auckland is a charming city of 65,000 people, cos mopolltan in Its character and metropolitan In its commerce. T...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 December 1900

Adams and Icarus. The British sloop of war Icarus and the United States training ship Adam3 entered the harbor yesterday and dropped anchor in naval row. It was not expected that the Adams would arrive here to stay until the 20th, as the captain had written to friends to expect him then. The Icarus Is here from Hilo and is on a trip to the Pacific Islands, and not as reported n several local papers and the Hilo journals, on the way to Panama to punish the Colombian government for taking a British steamer for its own use. The Adams will remain here until after the holidays. Monday on arrival off the harbor she anchored and sent ashore for her mail, of which a great deal had accumulated at the postoffioe. She left anchorage yesterday morning and steamed about fifteen miles from shore to have practise with the great guns after which she returned and came in. Since the Adams was last here she has been thoroughly overhauled and is virtually a new vessel. Her crew is composed mostly of bo...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 December 1900

: 3 A -4 M I ItMIITTTTinillXU' AEW ill IS YEAH e.-, . KaClTIG wm COMBINOLA lyiLKIS. ft 1 N. -E. W. Qulnn. 115 Union street. Is pr-pared to furnish estimates oa Ink dai. modern plumbing. PtroMfe P. O.Box Ml. . - -, - . , 3 w - -i. ' ... -a -J Ji ""l " ?- -. Notice. : & imp oit Progress Block, Fort Street imiTTiiiiTTTTrrrf NEW THIS TEAR xxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxx A no. 2. "jjsy .What's that? Thirty games on one board? Yes, on Combinola. Well, I'll never pay a dollar, or even fifty cents apiece, for games again. Why, it's less than a shilling apiece, for all those great big .nice ' " games. The best combination of home amusements ever offered. Thirty games on one board. Many new games added this year, such as National Exports, played with the Hags of all nations, and ships marked with our principal exports. You can play as long as you can strike a country which buys your commodity. This game is statistically correct, highly instructive, and exciting. A new arrangement of Parlor Croquet re...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 December 1900

, f 13 i n m lb w The sooner some people get over tnc idoa thnt the only attraction Hawaii has to offer tourists is the volcano Mauna Loa, when in a state of eruption, the hotter Hawaii has the finest winter climate on earth, the most brilliant tropical verdure, beautiful mountain scenery, glorious sun-sots and ocean views and all the attractions of dozens of other wintqr resorts rolled into one. What Is needed is a wiping nwny or the cobwebs that surround the cranlums of some citiions and the infusing of a little of the blood of modern progress into their veins. In another column of today's Republican is given an outline of the brief filed in Uio supremo court by Charles 11. Aldrlch and Lawrenco Harmon in the case involving the status of the Philippines. It Is a strong legal presentation of the position of the newly acquired territory under the constitution. Mr. Aldrich was Solicitor Gen eral of the United States under President Harrison, and Lawrence Harmon Is a brother of Judge H...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 December 1900

A N ) n:.rt. - ffft. ' , t wv ,x",jff(nsi THE HONOLULU REPUBLICAN", WEDNESDAY, DEC 10, 190a six KEW TELEPHOHE GQHPAHY . , TBfllifijflll BUSINESS COMPETITIVE CONCERN OFFERS UNIQE PLAN BASED ON CO-OPERATION. Will Reduce Rates and Have System In Operation by Next June Promoter Arrived on the Aztec Au- tomatic Call Board Invention. . - A competitive telephone service is within the reach of the Honolulu John G. Carrington of Omaha, a young man who arrived on the transport Aztec came here for the purpose of working Bp a scheme in that direction. He called at The Republican office Monday night and said that If tne people -will guarantee a list of 250 subscribers a free lance hello service be In operation oy June lsU Mr. Carrington says -as a starter that his company, the name of -which he M as yet not ready to divulge, will make the flat rate of $3 per month. After the system is nicely Installed the rate will be $2.50, and contracts for the ase of phones will be made subject to this offer....

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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 December 1900

BRIEF ON STATUS Of PHILIPPINE fSUHDS Test Case Involving the Scope of the Constitution. , DID IT FOLLOW FUfi AND TREATY RIGHT OF SOVEREIGNTY CONVEY- ED TO UNITED STATES BY SPAIN. Brief Filed (n United States Supreme Court Contends the Islands Thus Acquired Come Under the Constitutional Authority of Congress. WASHINGTON, Dec. 7. The brief of Charles H. Aldrlch and Lawrence Harmon, attorneys for tne appellant in the Pepke case to test the constitutional status of the Philippines in the supreme court, has been iiled. PePKe, it may be recalled, was an honorably discharged American soldier who brought back .from the Philippines fourteen diamond rings. These were seized by a customs officer for nonpayment of duty. His attorneys argue. (1.) That by the treaty of peace between the United States and Spain the Philippine islands became a part of the United States, and both government and citizens of the United States entered the islands under the authority of the constitution, and with their ...

Publication Title: Honolulu Republican, The
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Page 7 [Newspaper Page] — The Honolulu republican. — 19 December 1900

V -i T "X?J- "Tyr "T ,. v "V. - - Nv Nrf Tte HONOLULU REPUBLICAN, DEC 10. SEVEX tr ja " iT 1 . .... MnUfKumtntrtmmmi, wnmuiii FOR CHRISTMAS Xr NUTS RAISINS - - & f PpDDINGETTES, : Mincemeat - LEMOX. ORANGE APPLES ' " - - - 0 ..Jc. A xme As.ortnient ol rancy Orackers, consisting of Dainty Chips Salin Snowdake, Fig Bars, all varieties of Wafers, Etc. Large Variety of Christmas and Church Candles. Salter AWaity Tel. 6S0. Orpheum Block. Grocers. m You are most CHRISTMAS We have now on display a fine line of SILVER NOVELTIES, GOLD AND SILVER JEWELRY, CLOCKS, LADIES' WATCHES, etc.. also new designs in BRACELETS, WAIST SETS, SASH CLASPS, MANICURE SETS, BROOCHES, LOCKETS, CHAINS, and many other Suitable Lines. We are offering these goods at prices that will surely tempt you to buy. We have one price for all; every customer treated alike. Come in and look at our goods; we will be pleased to show them to you, whether you buy cr not. .Love Building M.R. COUNTER 532 Fort Street JEWELER A Cu...

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