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And their uents tn
NEW YORK, DOSTON, HONG KONG.
Mers N. M Ui1im-IiiIi & Son, London
The Commercial Hunk i o., of ta.ulnuy,
TUe Cimimurchil IVink Co., of sjdtioy,
The flunk of New Zetland: Aurkliiml,
Ohrlstelitirch, mid U cllliijHoti,
Th Hank of Hrlti'h Columbia, Vic
torla, B. 0., and Ponluud, Or.
Transact u Geuerul Buuklnt. l)ulnvi'.
fry gflUij Ihuu'Uiu
Pledged to uolther 3oct nor Partjr.
Bat established fjr the benefit of all.
WEDNESDAY, .MAY 20, 1880.
RESTORE NOT THE PAST.
Lumber is being deposited and
building3 commenced in the burnt
district, outside and adjoining the
prescribed fire limits, and appear
ances strongly indicate a restoration
of some of theobjeetionable features
the (lie hail swept away, it was
hoped for ever. The bill defining fire
limits and regulating the election
and repairing of buildings w ithin and
adjoining those limits is, we believe,
generally considered by intelligent
people to be a pood measure, anil
being snch its becoming law is
scarcely questioned. In the mean
time there is a large wooden struc
tuie in the course of election on the
nest side of Maunakea street, near
the Fish Market, that does not con
form to a clause in the first section
of the bill referred to, which speci
fies that "On all streets where one
side only is within the fire limits,
the buildings on the opposite side
(if not lire-proof) shall not exceed
one story of not over 1G feet in
height." Whether the owner is
acting in ignorance of the proposed
regulation, or for the purpose of
forestalling it, we are unable to say.
Hut where the former unsanitary
conditions arc in danger of being
restored is the area outside of the
prescribed lire limits, and if the
Government does not already pos
sess sufficient authority to prevent
them, the Legislature should invest
it with additional power.
TWEXTY-FIKsr DAY CO.NTIXl'Kn.
Tn:siAY, May 2th.
The house resumed at 1 :-I.r i
Rep. Dickey rc-id a first time
bill to amend sec. Oil of the Civil
Code, relating to Tax Assessors.
Passed to second reading.
Rep. linker read a first time a bill
to provide for a permanent settle
ment for Hon. Abiahain Pomander.
The bill states that Mr. Kornandcr
has served the Kingdom long and
faithfully and no irregularities have
existed in his olllee, and that he has
ever been a man of trust and in
tegrity. One thousand dollars a
year is the sum named to be settled
upon him. l'assed to second lead
ing. Rep. Kaulia read a first time a
bill to amend sec. 2, chap. GU, of
the Penal Code, relating to the fees
of jurors on Coiouurs' inquests. '
Heretofore persons seiving as jurors
on inquests have not been paid for
their services. This bill provides
for the payment of S? to each juror.
Passed to second reading.
Rep. Castle offered a resolution
that the consideration of all liquor
bills and amendments be postponed
until all such bills shall have been
passed to hccond leading.
Rep. Richardson moved the reso
lution be indefinitely postponed.
Rep. Kauai read a first time a bill
to amend sec. 1, chap. 1, of the
laws of 18GG, relating to the offense
of drunkenness. Passed to second
Rop. Dole gave notice of a bill
to regulate the immigration of Chi
nese. Rep. Lilikalani gavo notice of a
bill authorizing the Minister of In
terior to grant licenses for the sale
of opium to Chinese, .Iupanc.su,
natives of India and all persons
from foreign countries. Also to
native Hawaiians, who can show a
certificate, signed by a duly author
ized physician, that it is necessary
for them to use it. The hill icfers
to prepared and crude opium and
opium grown in this country.
.Minister Guliek, from Hie Printing
Committee, presented the house with
the Auditor-General's report and
sundry bills ready for distribution.
Minister Gibson, as President of
the Board of Health, presented the
report on leprosy with appendix.
His Excellency said the matter had
assumed such magnitude, not only
in the increase of the disease, but
also the interest taken in it, that ho
had decided to let hisrcoitgo in as
a supplement to the Board of Health
report. He had received reports
from foreign Cloven .r.cnts all over
fho world on tho subject of the
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This was i. liy the Boaul of Health
bud gom- bo mlly into the mutter.
On motion of IN'uble (JlogUoin,
tho house proceeded to the
ORDKK OP TUG DAY.
I. Second rciiilini; of '
nmuuding Sees. 1G, 1G A.
JO, Chiiu. , of the Laws of 1882,
ns amended by Chap. 30 of the
Lawy of 1831, tainting to tbo llegu
latlon of the Sale of Spirituous
The house went into committee of
the whole on the bill, Noble Doini
uls in the chair.
Rep. Keau moved the tirst section
Rep. Thurston remarked several
changes of the old law in this bill,
and asked that the introducer of the
bill explain the changes and state
the reasons therefor.
Hep. Dole said the main point in
this act was a division of the penal
ties under the act into two grades,
that is, under the old law there wa
only one set of penalties for a man
selling without a license and for a
man who holds n license violating
the conditions of his license. lie
gave further explanations of the
elect committee s changes ill the
Rep. Thurston spoke of the old
law as haviii!! been devised to hedge
the tralllc with salutary restrictions,
when it was legalized to natives as
well as foreigneis. It seemed to
him that this bill reducing maximum
penalties was doing away with those
safeguards. Jt is mud it would lie
a hardship to holders of licenses to
make heavy penalties for breaking
the terms of their licenses, but it
would be no hardship if they would
keep the law. If through inadver
tence a licensee breaks the law, it
might be well to make the maximum
line small, but he did not think the
highest fine should be .SoO. It should
be placed s-o high that for a wilful
violation a heavy fine ln'mht be im
posed which would leach the licensee
a lesson, lie moved that the section
be changed so as to read, instead ol
"nor more than litty dollars," for
the first offense, "nor more than two
hundred dollars ;" and instead of.
"nor more than two hundred dol
lais," for the second offense, "iioi
more than llvo hundred doilais.
Suppose he pays his fine and goo
tight away and sells wholesale, that
would bo a most deliberate defiance
of the court. He did nut think it
would be a liaidship to nnj body that
obeys the law that the penalty should
be large enough to enforce respect
for the law.
Rep. Castle would like the intro
ducer of the bill to give the reasons
for it, and why he desired to change
the old law.
Rep. Richardson said the reason
were already given by the chairman
of die committee to which it was re
ferred (Mr. Dole). The case of a
man who pays $1,000 for a license
is not so bad, if he violates a condi
tion, perhaps inadvertently, as that
of a man who sells liquor without a
The amendment was put in two
parts, refeiring to the two offense
mentioned, and was lost in eacli
Rep. Dickey moved to make "one
thousand" instead of "five hundred"
dollars the highest penalty for the
third offense. Lost.
The section parsed.
Rep. Kaulukou moved to add "at
hard labor," after the words "six
months," in sec.
incut earned and the
Rep. Richardson moved that sec.
Minister Kapena said the Hawai
ian version seemed to be an attempt
to make the law apply to Hawaiians
Rep. Thurston said he would move
to insert after the word "itntcm
peraie," the words ".Ministers of
Minister Neumann moved thai the
words be taken down. They were
very unbecoming. He made this
motion that this language of the
lion, member for Molokai be taken
down, because he thought it was
unbecoming. This was not the place
for casting personal slurs. Ami I
wish to say to the lion, member that
I am not touched by it. I do not
think the member for Molokai dare
Rep. Thurston said he thought he
spoke plainly enough. He did not
hold himself responsible to Minis
ters for what he said.
( Minister Neumann insisted on his
The Chairman said: I do not
know of any motion except that this
After a remark on tho section by
Rep. Dole, it was put and passed.
Sec. I being read, Minister Guliek,
in reply to Rep. Castle, said the
terms were mentioned in the licence.
Rep. Kaulukou moved lo strike
I out tho word "single" before "bot
tle." Under that term a man could
not treat his fiicnds at his own
house, if more than one bottle was
required, unless he had a different
servant to send for every bottle.
Rep. Kalua moved the section
pass as in the bill.
Rep. Richardson moved to change
the hours from ft a. ai. and 11 p. m.,
Rep. Dole bad no particular ob
jection to the amendment of the lion,
member for Wailuku, but with re
gard lo that of the lion, member for
Hilo, although it was a little tiling
yet it was impoilaiit. To inerenso
tho privileges of retail dealers in
country disti ids, where thcro are a
large number of laborers, who ro
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ceiYo uu-ir vrnyi'H mi oiuutiy uik"m
would bo to lucrease opportunities
of dissipation. Oue member of the
committee did not agree with thetn
on this point, but although we be
lieved that some might bo tcmpoia
nly inconvenienced, yet we thought
it was better thai a few should be j
inconxenleuced than that the whole i
community should suffer. Every
one who uses liquor at all knows
that it is more convenient as well as
economical to get it by the case
from Honolulu. He asked the house
to consider, not the convenience of
themselves, but the good of the
community. They were legislating,
not for the liquor sellers, but for the
people, and for the people especially
who had small weekly wages and
many of them families. If n man
at the end of a week's work is tired
or wet he can gel as much as he
wants in one bottle, and some of his
money would be left for poi, fili,
bread and clothes, lie would not like
any children of his constituents to
get hungry becausu their father had
spent Ins money on liquor. If they
look out this word ".single" it would
give the privilege to a country dealer
to sell a dozen or any number of
bottles. And if a Chinaman, l'oitti
gttese or Hawaiian takes home a
dozen bottles on halttrday night it
is not hard to predict what the con
sequences would be.
Rep. Kaulukou said twenty men
on a plantation would club tigelher
and buy as many bottles, and 'they
would have as much drunkenness as
ever. If the' wanted to prevent
drunkenness they ought to prohibit
liquor coming into the country. If
it were possible he would vote for
having no liquor in the country, but j
under the ciicumstauccs he supposed
it was impossible owing to existing
Rep. Wight said they ought to
place as many impediments in the
way of men getting liquor in large
quantities as possible, lie moved
to add to the words, "by the glass
or single bottle," the words, "to one
or the same person."
Hep. Richardson's amendment
parsed. The others were lost.
The remainder of the bill passed,
and the committee, rising, recom
mended the bill pass to engross
ment, which carried, and the third
reading was fixed for Thursday.
Rep. Dickey moved the Auditor
Genei al's report be referred to the
Committee on Accounts, with in
structions to refuse lo pay the
printer for printing it. He found
twelve mistakes on one page, and lie
had not examined it very lully.
Rep. Richardson asked the lion,
member if he was sine the printer
was lo blame. Perhaps he followed
Hep. Dickey said he was sure the
printer was lo blame for some, and
he proceeded to point out several
obvious blunders in figiue, but his
motion not being seconded he
amended it, but the house would
not grant a suspension of the rules
to have it put.
II. Second reading of "An Act
to Regulate the Practice in the Es
cheat or Lauds to the Hawaiian
Government." (Introduced by His
Ex. Paul Neumann.)
Rep. Castle said lie would have
supported the Attorney-General's
bill, but this was Hie comiiiitlee's
bill. He thought it should be re
ferred back to the Jud ciary Com
mittee for amendments which he
Minis. er Neumann said there was
no necessity for such a course as
thai pioposed. He knew his bill
was imperfect and therefore wanted
it to go to the Judiciary Committee,
and they had made satisfactory
amendments to it.
Rep. Castle's motion to refer it
back to the committee was lost.
Reps. Brown, Dole, Dickey and
Castle, Minister Neiimnn and Noble
Clcghoi 11 discussed different points
in the bill.
On motion of Rep. Brown the
time during which an owner has
been absent or unheard of, to make
a claim on his propeity for the Gov
ernment, was changed from seven lo
On motion of Noble Clcgltorn, a
claimant turning up after tho es
cheated property bus been sold,
shall be given interest not lo exceed
six percent per annum for the time
the money has been in treasury.
Reps. Dolo and Castle were op
posing, and Minister Neumann and
Rep. Brown supporting the follow
ing provision, when at live minutes
to live o'clock a motion to adjourn
intervened: namely, that the person
defending against the Government
must prove, among other things,
that he "lias been in adverse posses
sion thereof for a period not less
than twenty years, and that the
Government taxes upon said pro
perty have been paid by him during
The house adjourned till 10
AVr.oxr.spAY, May 2(1,
The Assembly was opened willi
prayer by the Chaplain, Rev. J.
Waiaiuaii, at 10 o'clock. The Sec
retary called the roll, the following
members responding s Nobles Kiinoa,
Kane, Martin and the Piesident;
Reps. Ilayscldcu, Keau, Lilikalani,
Baker, Kaulii, Anmia, Brown, Kau
lia, Kaulukou, Pallia, Kaunaimiuo,
Wight, Nahale, Nubian, Kauliane,
Kckoa, Aholo, Kiuikau, Richardson,
Dickey, Paehaole, Kauai, Palohaq
and Kalua. Minnies of previous
meeting wcro read and confirmed,
Rep. Keau presented a petition,
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from time immemorial, trom J.
Ilalau, formeily mall carrier on the
Island of Oiihti, that he be paid the
amount of 1(50, balance alleged to
be iltie hlra on a contract for carry
lug the mails made in 18(10.
Rep. lliij seldeii, a petition fiom
Maklkl, praying, 1st, that the poor
people living on the Government 1
land at that place be allowed to re
main there as long as they live; 2nd,
that they be allotted the flee use of
all that grows upon said lands; Hid,
that the use of all that grows upon
kouohiki lauds be made lice to all.
with the exception of that specially
forbidden by the konohlki. Refer
red to Committee on Public Lands.
Rep. Kckoa, a petition from Puna,
that the Government will appoint a
physician in that district. Referred
to Sanitary Committee.
Minister Guliek, from the Print
ing Committee, reported seveial bills
ready for distribution.
Rep. Pahia, from the committee
of thirteen on police, asked for more
time, which was granted.
Rep. Brown gave notice of an act
to regulate the inspection of boilers
on vessels and on shore.
Rep. Kalua gave notice of an act
I to icguiatc ine expciitiiiuie 01 111c
road "lax in each district.
Rep. Nahiiiti by poi mission read
1 a llrsl time an act given notice of,
to license tailors. It provides a
j license fee of $25, and a penalty of
810. or. '10 days' imprisonment, for
Minister Guliek moved a suspen-
sion of the rules to enable him to
make a motion with regard to the
bill relating to kindling of fires in
Honolulu. Leave bi-ing granted be
moved to refer the bill to the com
mittee on the lire limits bill. It
beitnr ascertained that the bill was
already so disposed of,
Rep. Castle moved that the bill to
provide for inquests of lircs be re
ferred to that committee. Carried.
Rep. Keau gave notice of an act
to amend the law rel ding to the pi ac
tive in Police and District Courts.
Rep. Nahale gave notice of an act
to provide for a police magistrate in
North Kona. lie al-o presented a
resolution that SI, 000 Im appro
priated tor improving the road along
the beach from Kailua to llonalo.
Laid on the table for consideration
with the Appiopriation Bill.
oi!iii:i: or Tin; pay.
Rep. Keau moved the older of
the day, which carried, and Ihe Ap
propriation Bill was taken up as the
The house went into committee of
the whole, Noble Wilder in the
Noble Walker moved that the
items for the Board of Education be
Rep. Castle moved in amendment
that they be deferred until the re
port of that Board is received.
The amendment carried.
Jioitrd of Health.
.Secy of Bom (1 of Health Sfi.000
Rep. Dickey moved to amend lo
SI. 000, as in last period.
Rep. Kaulukou moved it pass as
Rep. Castle thought some reason
should be shown for the increase.
The item passed as in bill.
Leper Settlement 8100,000
Noble Bishop said that befoie
this item was passed they should
have the icpoit of the Finance Com
mittee. It was a large amount, mid
probably ail needed -for the leper
settlement, but there wen; a good
many items for sundries that should
be looked into. No one begrudges
money, if properly expended, for
the care ol lepers, but they had a
light to know that it was expended
in the most economical, and cer
tainly in an honest manner. Last
Appropriation Bill, sec. G, says that
contracts for public works, mate
lial and oilier supplies, shall be
awarded after advertisement for
public tenders. Dining last peiiod
a huge amount had been expended
for supplies, but he did not remem
ber having seen an advertisement
for supplies at all. In the account
which had been furnished large
amounts had been put down for sun
dries, and it was made up in such, a
way that nobody in this house could
tell what it was for. Tilings were
connected together in such a way as
ceitainly to appear somewhat sus
picious. For that reason, that they
might know whether the money for
the last period had been expended
properly or not, he moved Hint tho
consideration of this item be post
poned until the leportof the Finance
Committee was received.
Minister Gibson said he rather
agreed with the motion, not but
what there was a report of the Board
of Health before the AssemMy.
These items, although they weie
large and in their presentation they
weie not presented in sulllcient detail
for a pei led understanding of thosu
wanting to look into expenditures in
n matter so important. To have pub-ihhr-d
11 list of the vnueheis would
have occupied page alter pagp with
figures, in the report of the Board of
Health. The item for smithies is
certainly indefinite for persons
wauling exact iiilbriuiitiou of the ex
penditure of several thousand dol
lars. Ah tho lion. Noble had re
inaikud it was very pioper to have
this explained by the Committee- of
Fiunnco, who wero experienced men
of affairs who, ho was satisfied, would
inuko 11 searching investigation, hi
n mutter ol' this kind they would
loot; into overy particular and bo
able to present to tho Assembly a
Which by said had boon proauiiU'tl
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iimiuto mvwiint, hit was iIIbimi,.
cd of in the icpurt in a hue was in 1
hia hands in three p.ige", giving !
paitictilni's of every ileni. There ,
weiu vouchers iioui all foils 01
dealers in the city, and nothing had
been omitted in the bills laid liefoio
the I'inauce. Committee. He would
join in the uquisitioti, alio, as Hint
committee - had a great ileal of work,
he would lecomiiieiid that it report
fiom lime to tune id' mutters that
had been considered. Although
peil'cctly satisfied that there could
bo piesented a satisfactory state
ment of every dollar ol expen
diture during the biennial peiiod,
yet it would be satisfactory
to his feelings and to the Assembly
to havu an examination of every
item in that repoit. He seconded
the recommendation, and suggested
thai it should include several other
Rep. Richardson moved to amend
by deferring the three following
items, viz. :
Government Physicians 950,000
Geueial ICxpenscs Board of
Build ug and Maintenance of
Minister Gibson said the item for
expenses of Kapiolani Iloiriu re
quired explanation not given in the
repoit of the Board of Health. The
Finance Committee was in a position
to give explanations of del ails such
as this house should expect and ic
ou'ne. Therefoie, under the cir
cumstances and in view of the
question which had been raised
about the exactitude of details,
there was no reason why all the
items should not be deferred.
Tim chairman put the amendment
to defer all the items not passi d.
until the report of the Finance Com
mittee was received. Carried.
Rep. Thurston said there was an
item of 610,000 in last Appropria
tion Bill for bringing water into the
Kakaako leper settlement. The re
port said the expendituie had not
been requited, because another
source of water supply had been
di-covered. He would like very
much to know what that discoveiy
The Chairman said the lion, mem
ber was hardly in order, there
being no motion before the commit
tee. Rep. Kalua moved the committee
rise, icport prom ess and ask leave
to sit again. Canied.
The Assembly 011 resuming re
ceived and adopted the icport of the
j Unfinished business being called,
the act relating to escheats under
discussion at adjournment yesterday
afternoon was taken up.
Rep. Brown moved that section !)
I pass as in ihe bill.
j Rep. Dole lcnewcd his aniend
1 menl to strike out the last clauses,
I requiiiug pioof of taxes having been
paid for twenty years.
Rep. Kauiiikoti opposed
amendment, becaii-e he did
want to encourage squatters.
Minister Neumann defended
clause as it stood. He pointed
that the bill only affected that class
of pioporty which had no recog
Rep. Dole spoke on the great
dilllculy of anybody proving his
land taxes to have been paid for
The amendment was lost.
Rep. Cattle moved an amendment
to insert the woids "a poi lion ol"
nflcr "duriiiit," making the clause
read, "and that the Government
taxes upon said propeity have been
paid by him during a portion of said
Minister Neumann was willing to
have the section amended in thai
diiection, but sugypstid that a de
finite time be mentioned, such as,
"dining the last six years of said
Rep. Castle accepted the change,
and the section passed with that
Rep. Castle moved the bill pass
as amended, which carried, and the
third reading was set for Satuiday.
Second leading of "An Act en
titled, 'An Act relating to Stamp
Duties,' approved Sep. 27th, A. D.
187G " (Introduced by Rep.
Dickey.) After a brief discussion
and suspension of the rules, it was
resolved to lay the bill on the table
for consideration with a bill given
notice of by the Minister of Interior.
r:pnn new nu-iliod of making l out
J. nf Turn Flour lnis udticcd the
liino I Mini i.'1 hour.s to only 1 hoin.
The old im-ili'id ol cooking if in a b.j;
Iih-i hi en di-rirdul Tln-in N no need
of liulldlng a II M spi-cui ly for ilio pur.
p-e, hut it run hi- -noli-d at the mum!
time that tho ordluuiy ni-id in ln-in
TiiUr tin njrur Iron or porcelain Haul
sauiepui, mid pour lino it oil'- p. lit of
Tmo Hour to iwd pun- of water. Mix
well and lin Mm- ilii-n- too no lump-.
I'l ice tin' i-aiiet-p in ovur a jjood lire mid
s-tir Ihe Hoar al water with a wonden
spoon or stink until it liDianiii", tlih k,
which will laUi- fwm :t 1 1 fl minute,.,
according lo In-at eiuplnyid. AOer It
Is thick, oiini-louul lint inigh Hilling Is
ncui-i-Hiiy, adding n little- wiuiii water
from lime to ilnm to piou-nt us j.( ui,u,
inn mil k. i.i i ii siiiiinei toi iicnriv
fiom two In three iJuh. when ll'wlll Im.
come nlcu and tint.
Should tlin 'ii i,ow a tiMiilonrr to
lieoniiip clog-jy or lumpy, it can ciihily
In) remidk-d ly unnmhing down wlilm
poi do tn.i-dier or wood u upoon.
I'ei-MiiiN iri-firiii,-wit(!t poi will Had
Unit hy conltinjr ihu tlour according lo
Uin iilmvu iiiMiudilniis whlhi preparing
iheir evening lm-nl mm letting it -Innd
over night ll will hu in pioper condition
for ute on the followiug uioruiug. 138
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Dry toils, Fancy Goods, Laces, Bloif
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
.ind an' i ov H'ciine uiipiccidcnttd and uiiilMilled Burgiiin-i in all our dqmrtm'ts
Letting Down the Price.
ItiM iccrlvul, 100 pieeii. of very line Victoria Lawn ut $2 apiece, 10 jokIr; a very
Inre lo-mtineiii of n-w l-ptiiif; y c in l.awiic, -M liutiMe, Sineens, plain
llfc'uud and liiiicudul, whin. l'htiu nail a lull line of Dicm Uotdt, the latibtout.
isieo Boucle, La diet-' Tricot Clotli
in nil the nuw shade-; -10 do. Liidic.- Lisle Thread IIo.-e nt 40 cents,
the tiL-st value i-vir olF. ud.
' Clothing Department.
Just rrrelvid, all the latift stkb in Hoy- and Children's Suilp; (Jrent Rargufmr,,
Boy.-, nli.c Kliiuel Sailor Mdis in Sv.fiO n Suit. .Tiii-l rcceied dlic-ct fiom
' I ! 5
II 1 1 ft' I IV
uhlch we ofl'er
LADIES' MM, 88 FORT STREET,
liAltGAINS, ISA11G A1KS, BARGAINS !
f.adles nru requested to cull ami examine, my
IVow Stoelc of :rJillinexy OoocIm,
just icccivcd, ex Zcalundia, amongst which are boiiio of thu
Newest and Latest Styles of Hats, Italian Del Monte,
in fnnry mixed Shell Braid and "White Chip nnil Luce, fniicv mixed Dixey aud
On Vhlone, l.OL'liorn Lnuiel and Arno, iv.u, ito.
Feathers, Plume.-., Vloweis, Ornaments, Luces, Velvets and Plushes In great
vaiiuiy; aUo, Snaw 'trimmings.
All Work Guaranteed and at tho Lowest Possible Prices.
RfiRS. J. LYONS, Proprietor.
CteBtaih Mamifacturins: Comuany's
ViiMt-lliif I'll re.
Vaseline Cniuplinr lee,
VuMcllne (.'old I'n-niii,
ViinvUiio Huh- Oil,
ViiMclino Sowing 3Inclilnt Off,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
.1. 11. vi f.iMim.
In liu followed by Aprieols
- lb. Bricks, ( cents
111 in I
nt hed.ioi k prcc3.
& CO., Proprietors.