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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 3 June 1893

4.r'wiMe' - "say i THE HAWAIIAN STAB ! SATURDAY, JUKE 3, 1893. SIX PAGES. Domestic flrobuce. NORDHOFF'SLAST LETTER General tibcrtiscmcntis. Ociicval JUHiert'semcnls. (General .Sbbcttiscmcnts. ni.i.'.',v.;i."1. mj- R HE WANTS TO COMPROMISE WITH ROYALTY. The Native Voter The American Popu lationThe Japanese Request Problem of Delence. Honolulu, May 6, via San Fran cisco, Cal., May 17, 1893. All isquict here. Nobody molests or interferes with the Provisional Goviinment, and it is, to all appearances, becoming a leuislature. and nuv some d.iy take down its provisional character and en deavor to become openly permanent. As I reported in my last letter, when it gets that far it will havw a very grave question before it namely, whether it means to rule with the consent of the people or against them. There are persons here who believe an oligaichy would be a nice thing with the pres ent rulers and their friends the oli garchs. I am a democrat myself, but I see clearly enough that a papular ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 3 June 1893

;??".. si. l1 112 HAWAIIAN STAR: SATURDAY, a, 1893. SIX PAGlflS. Si' En.V J fr iz f V, I.e. 5?v 1 1 "T1 (Continued from Third page.) descent, being the children and grand children of the early missionaries and leaders here. nXTKAVAUANCK AND COKRCP 1 ION. These white Hawaiian-born foreigners are a numerous class. Some of them want annexation, but the greater num ber, intelligent and educated men, have a just and natural pride in their coun try and in the system of government founded by their fathers. Thai system worked almost faultlessly, until under the stimulus of extraordinary prices for sugar and the consequent influx of strangers, the community suddenly be came absorbed in money-getting and became careless of the government. Then, very naturally, appeared extra vagance in private and public affairs, bad legislation and corruption, and this corruption was, in it by the bad people alone. It cm be proved that the good people had their share in it The great number of white Hawaiian ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 3 June 1893

'4 ISLAND LAND HOLDINGS. PRESIDENT DOLE GIVES HIS VIEWS. The Increasing Demand for Lands in Small Parcels How to Deal With it Wisely. There was a meeting of the Executive and Advisory Councils late yesterday afternoon at which the following resolu tions were passed : Resolved : The offices of the Hxecutive Council shall he in Iolanl Ipilace, which shall hereafter be the seat of government and shall be known as the executive building. Meeting of the Advisory and Executive Councils shall be held in the executive build ing. Alliiolani Hale shall heieafter be known" as the court house. The bail act was amended to make it more specific and passed. President Dole addressed the Coun cils upon the land policy uf the Gov ernment saying, among other things, the following : It is easy to understand that certain radical changes in the land policy of the Hawaiian Islands, would cause havoc in important established enter prises, especially if abruptly made. On the other hand it is a matter of rap...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 3 June 1893

f7 wr '--r,C. 'i'ilti ItAAVAltAN StfARi SAtfUUDAtf, JWti 3, M.-SJLX l'AGJHJS .1 (Continued from Fourth Page.) able to demonstrate to you that a great part of the American and, indeed, of alt the foreign names on the Annexation Club's list are foreigners, not citzens here at all. What just influence the membership of that club can have on the decision qf the President and Con gress of the United States on the ques tion of annexation 1 need not say. In the whole period between 1S84 and 1892 only 198 foreigners have be come naturalizad citizens of Hawaii. The editor of the vigorous annexation organ came here less than four months ago, and the proprietor of this organ, a prominent leader in the annexation movement, while he has lived here more than a quarter of a century, has never, he tells me, become a Hawaiian citizen, but has very sensibly, as I think carefully retained his American citzenship. But is it right that he should attempt to destroy the govern ment and nation which has so...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 June 1893

; " r THE STAR. TERMS FIFTY OBNTS A MONTH IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED HVBRY APTBRNOON, BXOBPT SUNDAY. VOL. 1. HONOLULU, IIAWAHAN ISLANDS: MONDAY EVENING, JUNE 5, 180.1. .SIX PACilSS. NO. GO. H A W A I! A IT OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Executive Council. S. U. Dole, President of the Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Island, and Min ister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. Theo. C. Porter, Minister of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisory Council. S. M. Damon, Vice-President of the Provis ional Government ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil lirown, E. D. Tenney, John Nott, C. Bolte, V. W. McChesney, V. K. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Ed. Suhr, A. Young, W. C. Wilder. F. M. Hatch, John Emmeluth. Supreme Court. Hon. A. V. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. K. F. Ilickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. W. F. Frcar, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Fred Wundenburg, Deputy Clerk, Geo. Lucas, Secon...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 June 1893

MP" 'UiPPWH'l '"," 'I--- Tl lllHI I II I I . "X'r r'pjt' THE HAWAIIAN S'MRj "liOtfLUY, 8, 1-SLX PAGE'S. The Hawaiian Star, I'UBt ISHBD BVEKY APTHRNOON BXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY, Ltd. Wauek 0. Smith, VM. P. TlUlEN, . Minaglni: liditor. lNitlncm Mantger. SUBSCRIPTION RATES: l'et Year in Advance, ... - $G,oo ler Mutilli in Advance, .50 10111, per Yntr in Advance, to.oo ADVERTISING RATES: Rate for transient and tegular adveititing may be Plained at die publication olTice. Bell Telephone Number 237, Mutual 365. MONDAY, JUNK. 6, 1893. NOT A SUGAR CONSPIRACY. While Mr. Spreckels is devoting all the skill and ability which has made his life remarkable, to defeat the An nexationist cause, the Louisville Cour ier-Journal is using columns of edi torial space to prove that he is the moving power in the "planters con spiracy" to bring these islands into the United States. The more desperate Mr. Spreckels' efforts are to break up the Provisional Government the more Str...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 June 1893

5JP" THE 1IAWAIIAN ST All : MONDAY, JUNE 5, 1893. SIX PAGES. domestic fkoimce. OAPT. THOMAS SPENCER. cncntl ttibcrttGcmcntSi. (Scncntl Jlt)un-tJScmcnt0. 3 (General Jlbbcrtiscnunle. UNIQUE CHARACTER HONOLULU. IN I. McINEMY. ExMinister Daggett Writes About His Patriotism and Eccentricity He Ducks a Duke. Captain Thomas Spencer, who died in Honolulu nine or ten years ago, was one of the most enthusiastic and un compromising Americans that ever maintained with voice and muscle the prowess and dignity cf the great re public in a foreign land. And he possessed an abundance of both, for he was a man of grand proportions, with the strength of an ox and the lungs of a lion. In disposition he was emi ncntly jovial, kind and peaceful; but any word in his hearing of intentional disparagement of the land of his birth promptly aroused his wrath, and a fight ' or an apology was the inevitable satis faction demanded. His patriotism was boundless and unconditional, and ex tended not alone to a defen...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 June 1893

I VUlt HAWAIIAN StfAtti AfOUfDAY, JUKH fi, MJ.-SDC PAGES, 3 (Continued from Third ptge.) General -JttiUci-liscincnts. (Scncval JttUiri'tiscmcnls. (Scncral bbcrtiocmcnts. (General Ibbcfticcmcnts. Central iilicvliscmcntB placed his house ami all it contained at the service of the young Duke and his friends so long they remained ashore, and they gladly availed them selves of the hospitable tender. They made the house a p.iiUlemotiium for a few days, and the captain substantially assisted in the uproar. They had ev idently learned something of the char acter of their host, and the style in which they were received at his door Satisfied them that they had made no mistake in accepting his hospitality. Taking the Duke by the hand the captain bowed courteously and said : "Duke, I greet and welcome you and your friends to this humble habitation. Aloha nui ! It is yours as long as you choase to honor it with your presence. You will be safe under its roof, for it is protected by the flag of th...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 June 1893

fc. A PALACE NO LONGER. THE EXECUTIVE BUILDING DEDICATED, Royalist Rumors Followed by Complete Control of the Old Monarchist Headquarters. More than the Usual number of of Royalist rumors were circulating last night and early this morning. One was to the effect that" the ex-Queen was to be re-established on her throne; an other that troops from the Boston were to be landed for the purpose of assist ing at the ceremony; and still another that an Hawaiian republic was to be declared punctually at 10 o'clock this morning. These rumors failed to take account of the fact that there is no ...longer any throne existing in Hawaii or any semblance of one, the place where it stood b;ing occupied, on official occasions, by Sanford B. Dole, President of--the Provisional Govern ment; the Boston is not in the harbor; and the proposition to establish a re public so far has only emanated from the imagination of a gentleman, said to be slightly interested in sugar. These rumors arose from the simple...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 5 June 1893

" . r " . S " 1111111 m . . jfcM.cc.wi nM.mmiB in mi nm ii .-mi i iiniiiTin -tV ifciB wrnnnfi 7 tjn . i ..if t . rt the threat against his life, and inquired what kind of a man he was. "He is Captain Toin Spencer," was the reply, "and if he says he'll throw you overboard I guess he'll do it." "Hut is there no protection for pas sengers on board ?" "Generally, ves." rt-tnrnnit tli m who seemed to enjoy the discomfiture of wit lourisi, -out rarely against the Patriotic freaks of f'.llllnin Siwni-pr Hes a hard man to handle, and would set fire to the steamer if he was inter fered with. On thn Inst threw a man overboard, and hewed off ute ears ol two others. ' ft The tourist returned in trepidation to his companion. There were a few whispered words between them, when Captain Tom announced that iust one minute remained. Watching the dial iu. a icw seconus longer, he replaced the watch in his nnrtpt lnnc.nui . , ' t-.. iiruoiau ilia Shirt collar, and began to remove his coat. "See litre, ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 6 June 1893

TERMS : FIFTY CENTS A MONTH IN ADVANCE. PUBLISHED EVERY AFTERNOON, EXCEPT SUNDAY. YOL. I. HONOLULU, HAWAIIAN ISLANDS: TUESDAY EVENING, JUNE 0, 185)3. SIX PACiES. NO. CI. THE HAWAIIAN STAR. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OF THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. Executive Council. S. U. Dole, President of the Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, and Min ister of Foreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. W. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisory Council. V. C. Wilder, Yice-l'rcsident of the Provis ional Government ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Urown, E. D. Tenney, John Noll, C. liolte, F. W. McChesney, W. F. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Waterhouse, Ed. Suhr, A. Young, J. P. Mendonca. F. M. Hatch, John Emmeluth. Supreme Court. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. R. F. Bickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V. F. Frcar, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Fred Wundenburg, Deputy Clerk, Geo. Lucas, Second Deputy Cle...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
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Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 6 June 1893

. s.. .. . .. THE HAWAIIAN STAR! TUESDAY, JUNE 0, 1893.-SIX PAGES. The Hawaiian Star. PUBIISHED EVERY AFTERNOON EXCEPT SUNDAY, BY THE HAWAIIAN STAR NEWSPAPER COMPANY. Ltd. Walter U. Smiiii, VM. P. TlLDBN, . Managing Editoi liusine Manager SUBSCRIPTION RATES: Pet War in Advance, .... $6.00 Per Month In Advance, ... .50 Foreign, per Year in Advance, - lo.oo ADVERTISING RATES: Uates for transient and regular ail eiti-ina maybe obtained at the publication otlice. Uell Telephone Number 237, Mutual 365 TUESDAY, JUNE G, 1893 HISTORICAL COMMENTARY Probably many of the readers of the morning paper noticed an extract from the Toledo Dee wherein a traveler in Paramaribo states that he had run across a copy of Sir Walter Raleigh's book of voyages and that it contained many falsehoods. "After perusing it,' wrote the Toledo globe-trotter, "one is almost reconciled to the beheadiiiR of the gallant old nobleman at the hands of an ungrateful sovereign if for noth ing more than the lies he told.'' Th...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 6 June 1893

TIIB HAWAIIAN STAR: TUESDAY, JUNE 0, 1893. SIX PAGES. 3 LIBERTY'S BELL. "There' legend told of ft fer-oflT UndM The land of Unf where the people planned To build them a tell that never should ring But to tell of the death, or the birth, of a Icing, Or to proclaim an event, with Us swinging low, That could atartle the nation to Joy or woe. It wm not to be bull Je J thii bell that they planned Of co nmon ore dug from the breast of the land, Hut of metal first rhoulded by tVUI of all art liuilt of the treauten of fond human heart'. And from all n'cr the land like pilgrims they came, Each to catt In a burden, a mite In the flame Of the furnace hi offering to mingle and swell In the curious mass of thii wonderful bell Knights came In aimor and flung in the shields That had warded off blows on the Siucen field, Freemen brought chains from prisons afar Bonds that had fettered the captive of wai, And sabeiswere cat in the molten llood Stained with the ciitmon of hero"t blood. Pledge of love...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 6 June 1893

THE HAWAIIAN STAR: TUESDAY, JUNE 0, 1893. SIX PAGES. THE WILD CAT FRIGHTENER. "You remembf r that trip I made out through Michigan over a year ago, doubtless," said Jackson Peters. "I never told you of the odd genius I met at Pontine, who was goinn to do away with carpets on flours by sticking littlt pieces of carp ting on the feet with mucilage." "Jackson, I was just on the point of leuing a story about a little idea of my own when I lived in Iowa several years ago. linrich us witn the tale of yoin bright young friend some other ti-i e." "Yes," returned Peters, "it does ver well for you to say that, but ntv stun was going to be a true one." "loung man, answered Jones, "voii seem to fnrgct that I am your former teacher. I he memories of the district school at Hemlock Hollow appear to l)c deserting yi.u." "Give us your story, Junes give us your story, said btnith, encourjgingly. "1 was going to," replied Jones "It was a numoer 01 years ago. 1 wns living out in Iowa, near Des Moines. ...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 5 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 6 June 1893

XT! THE HAWAIIAN STAIl: TUESDAY, JUNE (5, 1893. SIX PAGES. Jgfc BISHOP WILLIS' REPLY. FEW OF HIS PARISHIONERS SEE IT. Their Probable Reply Extracts From the Episcopal Pamphlet License Revocation, A Star reporter interviewed some members of the Second Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral this morning in regard to the action which would likely be taken by the congregation upon the order made by the Bishop in his recent pamphlet. From what he could learn, it may be stated that few, if any, members of the Second Congre gation have yet read the Bishop's de liverance, it not having been stnt to them, but put on sale in the book stores instead. Those who will speak at all of the matter say that the Bishop's revocation of the license to the Second Congregation will not interfere with the regular and distinct services of that body. Following are extracts from the pamphlet "With regard to the meeting at which these resolutions (by the Second Con gregation) were passed, I have first to point...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 6 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 6 June 1893

K- 6 THE faRh i HAWAIIAN STAR! TUESDAY, JUNE (J, 1893. SIX PAGES. r I, 8: 1L; FT I' HAWAII IS PROBABLY SAFE. flScnCRll At)tJeruBCmcnt& While it is still too early to speak with positiveness, the situation now in dicates that by an easy and natural process the destiny of Hawaii will be fulfilled, and that those Islands will become, in due course of time, a part of the American Union. The reasons for this gratifying con clusion are logically involved in the re markably cle.r and knowing statement of facts contained in the letter from our correspondent in Honolulu, printed on Thursday. Let us consider the main factors in the problem of Ha waii's future. The restoration of Liliuokalani by American intervention is absolutely and Utterly out of question. Happen what may, there can be no monarchy. Com missioner Ulount has broken his silence long enough to declare in unmistakable terms that he has no power to put the Queen back on the throne from which she was driven by the revolution o...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 1 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 7 June 1893

ln. teggggggggggggl IP Ik 'A' i'1 ' I'UtlLiSilIRD nviiKV awbhnoon, KXCUPT SUNDAY. VOL. J. OFFICIAL DIRECTORY. PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT OP THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS. EXECUTIVE COUNCIL. S. It. Dole, President of the Provisional Gov ernment of the Hawaiian Islands, ami Min ister of I'oreign Affairs. J. A. King, Minister of the Interior. S. M. Damon, Minister of Finance. V. O. Smith, Attorney-General. Advisory Council. W. C. Wilder, Vice-President of the Provis ional Government ol the Hawaiian Islands. Cecil Drown, E. D. Tenney, John Nott, C. llolte, V. W. McChesney, V. V. Allen, James F. Morgan, Henry Watcrhouse, Ed. Suhr, A.' Young, J. P. Mendonca. ' F. M. Hatch, John Enimclulh. Sutreme Court. Hon. A. F. Judd, Chief Justice. Hon. U. F. llickerton, First Associate Justice. Hon. V. F. Frear, Second Associate Justice. Henry Smith, Chief Clerk. Fred Wundcnburg, Deputy Clerk, Geo. Lucas, Second Deputy Clerk. J. Walter Jones, Stenographer. Circuit Judges. First Circuit! II. E. Cooper, V. A. Whitin...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
Country/State of Publication: Hawaii, United States
Page 2 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 7 June 1893

y "p ""v 'Miiipiiiiiiipiii)ii,iiiiiiiiiiiiii'i m 1t HAWAII AH STAR I r 5.V ft' Sk V 'ft "J ,1 1 $3 " -;;v IPirE Hawaiian Star. (mm ISItKO IVRHT AITNKMOOM gxcutn auNMAV, by thr Hawaiian tak nrwiairk COMPANY, UHl. WALT G. SMITH, W. P. TiuttM, Mtnachw IMilof. HttslnwH "niMger. SUBSCRIPTION RATKIi IHh Vm In Adwince, .... $A.oo lf Month in Adranca, .jo IWHrim. W Ywr In Adnmce, lo.oo ADVBRT1SING KATBS : Htt fot transient and rcgnlar advertising mv ws obtained at ilw nuulicalkm ottice, llefl Telephone Number 237, Mutual 365. XVKDNKSDAY, : JUNE 7, 1S93 THE GERMAN CRISIS. Hawaii shares the interest which so widely felt in contemporary German politics, not more because the Teutonic race has made itself a power upon these Islands than because the cuntcs' between the crown and the people, of which this group has been a minor theater, seems about to join issue upon a continental stage. When the bill to increase the military burdens under which Germany has so long been stumbling, was-beaten in th...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 3 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 7 June 1893

.', . " 'J- HE HAWAIIAN STAR! WEDNESDAY, JDNE 7, 1893. SIX PAGES. NEW YORK RESTAURANTS. I have been reading Thackeray's in imitable paper on tlining in Paris, where to go and what t order; and having read jt, I glanced over an article in one of our daily papers on the same ques tion as it presents itself to the New Yorker. How taste has changed, and how prices vary between this and the other side of the ocean! The New Yorker who eats his meal on the Uoule vard will find that he could get the same repast in this city, quite as well cooked, perhaps a little dearer, and possibly better served; but what an ad Scnccitl bbcrtiocmcnto. M. McfflEBHY. (Bcncval Sbl)crii,scincnts. mint Are we lo be, or not to be, a part ol the ureat Kepumic, seems to be the burning ques tion ot the clay, and one we had rather leave to wiser heads vance the culinary science has made tjian ours to solve; and while since Michael Angelo T.tmarsh took statesmen are wrestling 1113 m.ll'V.IIU(,ll Ulllt 1.1 111 V 11V,...

Publication Title: Hawaiian Star, The
Source: Chronicling America [US Library of Congress]
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Page 4 [Newspaper Page] — The Hawaiian star. — 7 June 1893

i t 1 i i'J I- ( Continued from Third page.) the Park Avenue they are Irish, at Delmonico's Italian, and at Waldorf, cosmopolitan. On the average the best waiters arc Frenchmen, provided you fee them ; they will do nothing without that; but Delnionico has some Italians who are perfect at their busi ness, and now and then a Spaniard devclopes such a capacity that it is evident he was born to the napkin. The worst waiters are in the order named: American, German, and Irish. On the corner of Twenty-eighth and liroadway there is a restaurant called the Imperial. This is especially in tended for gourmets, and, in order to attract gentlemen, half-port ons are ' served. The cooking is admirable and the prices high. A puree of mushrooms' is set down on the bill at 40 cents ; a scollop of pimpano at 75 cents ; a tin 5 bale of game, $1; celery tin jns, 40 cents ; a pint of table claret, 75 cents. Most of these clarets, if their anteced ents were known, would turn out to be California wines, t...

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