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Officii Boaiu) or IIkalth, )
Honolulu, Jan. 20, 1888. J
At a mooting of the Hoard of
Health the following resolutions
were adopted :
Whereas the City of San Finn
cisco has been officially declared by
the proper authorities to be infected
with an epidemic of smallpox, and
the latest reports from said city are
to the effect that the smallpox is
Nowktherefore in pursuance with
regulation 15 of the Quarantine
Regulations adopted by the Board
of Health, October 17th, 1883, be
it resolved :
1st. That until further notice, all
vessels arriving from San Francisco,
less than 18 days out, not having the
smallpox on hoard, together with
their passengers and crews, shall
be placed in quarantine, in the outer
roadstead, or in the stieam in the
harbor, as may be ordcicd by the
Port Physician, for u term of 18
days from the date of leaving San
2nd. No passengers for ports
other than Honolulu shall be allowed
3rd. All passengers for Honolulu
shall remain in quarantine for a term
of 18 days from the date of leaving
The place of quarantine shall be
at the quarantine station, or such
other place as may be designated b3
the Board of Health.
The vessel may, upon the written
consent of the Port Physician be
allowed to come to an enclosed
wharf for discharge of cargo.
No person shall be admitted to
the wharf except upon the written
permit of the Board of Health.
Special attention is called to Sec
tions 15 and 1G of the Quarantine
Regulations, adopted October 17,
1883. Ileie under appended:
15. On the arrival of a vessel
at any port ef this kingdom, coming
from a port known to be infected
with cholera, yellow fever, smallpox,
scarlet fever, or any other contag
ious or infectious disease, although
no case of such disease may have
broken out on board during the
voyage, no poison shall be allowed
to land from her unless a period of
eighteen days shall have elapsed
from the time of her leaving said
10. On the arrival of a vessel at
any poit of this kingdom which has,
or has had on board during the voy-
age, any person sick of cholera,
yellow fever, smallpox, scarlet fever,
or any other contagious or infec
tions disease, the sick persons (if
passengeis for that port), shall
be bent to the nearest quarantine
hospital for such a period as may
be deemed ncccssaiy, and the
vessel, with all on board, shall
undergo quarantine, if necessary,
for a period of eighteen days,
as the Board of Health may direct,
after hearing the report of the Port
Physician on the said vessel.
But with regard to all sick persons
other than passengers for that port,
the Board of Health will not con
sider itself bound to receive them or
to take care of them in quarantine
unless the interests of humanity
may requiie exception to be made.
N. B. EMERSON,
President Board of Health.
Orricj: or -run Boam or Hisai.tii,)
Honolulu, Jan. 10, 1888. $
Scaled tenders will bo leceived at
the Office ot the Boaid of Health
until 12 o'clock noon, January 23,
1888, for tho delivery at the Lopor
Sottlement, on the Island of Molo
kai, of one hundred and fifty cords
of Fire Wood, within three months
from tho date of signing agreement
for tbo Kumo.
It is required that tho wood be of
algeioba, monkey-pod, eucalyptus or
any of tho bard native woods; that
it bo cut in Ql) four feet lengths and
bo split if necessary, to as to bo easily
handled ; that it bo piled at Knlati-
papa; and that it ho measured by tho,
Agent of the Board of Health.
N. B. EMERSON,
President of tho Boanl of Health.
E2Z3.POK SALE CHEAP.
BARNES' Vcloripedo Foot-Power
Turning LATHE. 7J inch dlumc
ter, together with chucks tools and tool
cairlugo. Apply to Armstrong Smith,
Walslua, Onliu. 81) lw
-CORSETS, FOR YOUNG AND
J for old, for Mout ami for liau, for
tall and for thort, ut Sachs' store.
Education Omen, )
Honolulu, .Ian. 20,1889.$
Hon. 1'aui. P. Kahoa
Has been appointed by the Board of
Education, School Agent for tho .Dis
trict of Knwnihau, on the Island of
Kauai, vice tho Kcv. J. W. Smith,
W. J AS. SMITH,
11 3t Srcietaiy.
OlTlCK AUimOIt-UENKKA!., )
Honolulu, Jan. 1(5, 1888.$
All accounts audited in this
OlHce must bo piesented in dup
licate, the duplicate copy to bo
retained by the Auditor.
GEO. J. BOSS,
11 lw Audilor-ticnoral.
Honolulu, Hawaiian Islands
Draw Exchange on the
Btiuli oi CulUbriAid. . 1
And their agents in
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONG KONG.
1 casts. N. M. Kolhchlld& Sou, London
The Commercial Hank Co., of Hydney,
t'hc Common lal Hank Co.. of Sjdnoy,
The Dank of New Zealand: Auckland,
ChrWtchuich, mid Wellington,
The Hank or BrilMi Columbia, Vic
toria, B. C, and Portland, Or.
Transact! General ll-inklng Umhufes.
Placed to Hitler ted ror Pnrty.
Bet established Lr tie ttnefit ot all.
FRIDAY, JAN. 20, 1888.
The demand on the various local
charitable associations has been, we
are given to understand, unusually
great during the past .year or so,
and some of them are feeling the
need of augmented resomces. A
reaction, after undue excitement
and consequent inflation of -values,
has been gradually setting in. This
condition naturally throws a per
centage of people out of employment,
the result of which is more or less
distress, and increased demand on
the benevolent societies. It has
come to our knowledge that one of
these organizations, the British Ben
evolent Society, has had such a
strain on its funds that they have
become pretty well exhausted. The
annual contributions of members
are usually collected in May of each
year, but the tieasurer will be pleas
ed to receive them now, as the
money is urgently needed to meet
the calls on the Soeiet'.
WANT TO KKQW.
Editor Bulli.tik: In the rcpoit
of the regular monthly meeting of
the Y. M. C. A., Mr. P. C. Jones
offeis a reward of 25 for the best
essay on "How to reach our Young
This reads so vaguely that I for
one would request the above gentle
men to define his meaning more
clearly, and if this reward is open
to all comers, and also who is to
judge of the merits of each essay.
It is an excellent idea, (indepen
dent of earning $25), and should be
tried for by all who take an interest
in "Our boys." John F. Smith.
New York, Dec. 28. The will of
the late Mis. Charlotta Augusta
Astor was filed to-day with the Sur
logate. After bequeathing to l da
tives and personal friends, she
makes the following provisions:
Woman's Hospital of the State of
New Yoik $25,000; St. Luke's
Hospital, 5.25,000 ; Young Woman's
Chiistian Association of this city,
$25,000; Children's Aid Society,
S25,00O ; for an industrial school on
Avenue B $10,000 ; Hampton Normal
and Agiicultural Institute at Hamp
ton, Va., $25,000; and tho sum of
$25,000 to thcDomcsticand Foreign
Missionary Society of the Protestant
Episcopal Chinch of the United
States, one half to be applied to the
education of Indian boys and girls
of South Dakota and tho other half
to the repair and enlaigeinent of
schools in tho samo district. Tho
bulk of Mrs. Astor's estate is be
queathed to her husband, John
Jacob Astor. S. F. Alta.
Washington, Deo. 28. In hits re
port to tho Derailment of State
upon the Austialiun wool clip of
1880 and 1887, G. W. Griilln,
United State9 Consul at Sydney
"The rcmaikablc fcatiirc in con
nection with tho clip i8 the decided
improvement in the quality of the
fleece over that of the pluvious sea
son. Thib is mainly duo to the im
proved condition of the natural
grasses thiough copious rains in
nearly cveiy part of Australia. Vic
loiian wool, bold in London dining
tho months of November and De
cember, attracted no fcinull amount
of attention on account of its superb
quality and lustre. A inaiked im
provement was noticed in the condi
tion of tho clip horn every one of
the colonies. Tho total number of
bales exported from every one of
the colonics during tho year ending
May 31st last, was' 1,101,571,
against 1,112,172 for the corres
ponding period of the previous
year. Wool exports of the Austra
lian Colonics to the United Kingdom
dining the first four months of the
picscnl year amounted to 217,112,
197 pounds, against 213,127,01)3
pounds for the corresponding period
of 18815. The increase in quantity
was far sin passed by the ineicnso
in value. The value of shipments
of Australian wools to the United
Kingdom during the fiist four
months of 1887 was $-18,101,730,
while that of tho same peilod in
1880 was only $11,358,1)00. Ship
ments for the month of Apiil alone
amounted to S18, 050,040, against
$1,130,150 for the same month last
The d'uect wool export to the
United States has been very small,
and the absence of the usual num
ber of American buyers was noted
at all Colonial sales, especially at
Sydney and Adelaide. Tho few
that were picsout showed no dispo
sition to bid against German and
French buyers for tho kinds of wool
desned for tho American maikct.
The only direct shipments to Ame
rica consisted of 1 1,000 bales from
Melbourne and 100 bales from
Sydney. The total number of sheep
in Australia for tho picsent vear
amounts to 82,000,000 against "70,
212,000 for 1880. S. F. Alta.
HO CHINESE NEED APPLY.
Washington, Jnnuaiy -1. Fulton
inhoduced in the House to-day a
bill providing for the tcimiiKiPioii of
the tieat' stipulations between tho
Government of the United States
and the Empiic of China and to pro
hibit Chinese immigration into tho
United States. This is the bill with
some modifications, which Mr. Fel
ton introduced two years ago. It
absolutely piohibits the coming of
any Chinese, save diplomatic repre
sentatives and students who intend
to enter the public colleges of this
countrj', and it provides that the
master of any vessel who shall at
tempt to land any Chinese except
those who aie excepted by the act,
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor
and on conviction thcieof shall be
punished by a line of not lnoie than
$500 for each Chinaman so brought,
and also may be imprisoned for a
term not exceeding one year.
The bill also provides that within
G months after the passage of the
Act that all Chinamen lesiding with
in the United States shall be ic
quired to register in some of the
United States Courts ; that any per
son so registered who wishes to de
pal t fiom tho United States shall
give notice of such intention, and
shall surrender his certificate of
registration, in lieu of which the
Chinaman shall receive a certificate
of leave to depart, and that any
Chinaman found in the countty who
does not posses a ceitilicatc of legis
tration shall be depoitcd. This lat
ter clause is intended to apply to
Chinamen who may be smuggled in
over the border. S. F. Clnoniele.
New Yoik, Dec. 28. This is the
alleged unollicial statement made in
a "Wall stieet paper that is regaided
as the organ of Sir. Gould: "We
arc authorized to S113- that the Paci
fic Railway Investigating Commis
sion will lepoit very favorably for
the Union Pacific ; 'that the load is
in excellent condition; that the debt
ought to he extended 50 years at i
per cent., and that honest "men are
1 mining it. Of the Central Pacific
the lepoit will any that the road
is run down, tho business and
equipment diverted, that the com
pany does not want an extension,
and will recomnieiulJLhatif the coun
pany refuses an extension, thcThur
mun Act be bo amended ns to take
all the net earnings for the pgovein
ment. Mr. l'attison recommends n
Government receiver, for both
Of tins statement Coinmissionei
E. Kllery Anderson said to-day:
"There is something of truth and
something of eiror in it. I cannot
uudcistand how the sentence came
to lie written unless the author lias
seen some part of these reports."
"So Commissioner Pattisou really
proposes to annul the chuitcr of the
"Yes; that much has come to bo
"And you are opposed to biich a
"I oppose it on legal grounds, at
any late. I do not see how the Gov
ernment can possibly annul tho
chai ter of a railroad which charter
has been received from a btato, as
in the case of tho Cunti.il Pacilio,
which came into being thiough tho
State of California."
"And is it proposed to sue Gould,
Sage and tho rest to recover $10,
000,000?" "That I must decline to say."
I H. F. Alta.
IS IT A WARLIKE MEASURE ?
There was considerable excite
ment in maritime oirclcs the other
day over 11 rumor that theie ia to be
n vvholc&alc dismissal of English
Captains and under ofllocis now
commanding Uelgiau steamships,
who are to ho feiipplunted by Ger
man cfllcers. Tlieie arc bovcrul
steamship lines in the Belgian mer
chant marine, tho principal otio Lc-
Ing tho l?cd Star Steamship Com
pany and the Belgium and Congo
line, which li known as 'Stanley's
line." The Red Star licet is made
up of nine steamships, nil of which
arc rcgisteicd A 1 at Lloyd's, and
two new steamers will bo'added to
tho lino before the summer liavel
commences. Tho principal steam
ers of the line arc tho Wacsland, 1,
"752 tons; Wcstcrnland, -1,000 tons;
Henuland, 2,500 tons; Zeoland, 2,
700 tons; Vadorland, 2,700 tons;
Rhynland, .1,000 tons; and thice
steamers of less tonnage. The
boats of this line run from Antwerp
to New York. Peter Wright & Sons
are the New York agents for the
company. A gentleman who is pro
minent in steamship circles, who lias
just ni rived hero from London, in
formed a World lepmler that some
indignation prevails there among
senfniing oQlccrs and others inte
rested in shipping over the impend
inn clianjrc of olllcers, as mnny of
the men have had command of the
steamers for yeais. In English
shipping c'ucles, he said, the opin
ion is general that tho prospective
changes have a decidedly political
aspect, and as the stcanicis arc to
be manned by German olllcers, it is
to bo assumed that in the event of
an outhieak of hostilities between
Russia, Austiia and Germany, Bel
gium will stand by Germany, and
in turn will bo suppoited by the
Tho only reason that can be ar
rived at in England, he said, is that
the proposed wholesale changes are
for the purpose of having tho steam
ers changed into transports and
Although Belgium has no navy,
sho has quite a largo merchant ma
rine, consisting of thirty first-class
iron steamships, soventy-five sailing
ships and about 300 fishing -vessels.
The steamships aio ncaily all fast
screw vessels and will make good
transports, and they can easily bo
converted into unarmoicd ciuisers.
This fleet will boot no small impoit
ance to Germanv in the event of
war. N. Y. World.
NEW CrHP HOUSE.
The undersigned lcsprclfully notify
the public, Hint tliey have
(Next above the Custom Hou e)
First Class Chop and Lunch House,
Where their nations are assured of ic-
ceiving nothing but wlvit is
Hist cl.iss in lood, cooking
EST NO CHINESE ARE EMPLOYED "tBn
By strict attention to business and an
earnest endeavor to pleise our patrons,
we solicit your pntiunigc.
I5AR5JKES & 3IcI,EikN.
A Chance to Procure a Good Paying
OWING to mv intended depiiture I
vvi-li to sell my Ciw Stoic and
Billiard Koom. 'I his ia om ol 1I10 bet
equipped Billiard lionra in the Um 11.
1 li ivc foul TduliN-of the veiy latest
delgns, and one Pcol Tablo with pa.
4-i lm u. j. McCarthy.
A RITCHIE HOW AT,
XJn Veterinary Surgeon.
Office nnd Residence: KiO King street
Mutual Telephone SUM. Oideih left at
Hotel Stable? will bo icciived anil
promptly attended to. 43 !lni
Yoscuiitc SkalM llirt!
Miss Fanny Gilmoro,
Prof. R. J. Aginton,
Champion Skaters of tho World,
Will nppiar at tho al ove Rink, on iho
arrival of tho Mariposa, now due.
Don't fail to see theso two wonderful
perfouners ou i heels c peclally
Miss Fanny Qllmore, who Jus
ucvei met her equal,
'-. Band in attendance. --
s,82 Admission 50 oonts. -a
THUS. E. WATX,
ITOlt SALE CHEAP.
A T E.piofl Wagon, Boston make
XX Pole mid Shalt, niuily now; a
one tot of Double Harness.
ADUAFT. The owner can have tho
tuir.u y pioving propeity and
paying cxeiwes. Ajply at Uio 1ul.
J.UIN Ollld. 41) Ut
NICE LARGE FURNISHED
rooms, J'(i, 4 ijaiden Jiiio. tlio
ttbond door liom Union itiecl. Apply
ou the promises. 1 Olf
'. ''j-. -un fc.i,- .r'oiisn-..-1
w;- rjLkif -r.ci r
jjfrr?ni T iTr
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 05 JPOST STREET, HONOLULU.
Export Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo & Llfo Insuranoo
Agents, Cuslom-Houso, Loan and Exchange Brokors.
Departments of Business.
Books and Aooounts accurately kept nnd properly adjusted.
Collections will rcccivo sptclal attention ami returns promptly made.
Conveyancing n Specialty. Records searched and correct Abtiaets of Title
Lctral Documents and Papers of every description cnrefully drawn and hand.
Copying and Translating in all languanes in general use in this Kingdom.
Roal Eitato boinjlu nnd boI 1. Tuxes raid and Property sifely insured.
Houses. Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rcutrd, and rents collected
Firo and Life Insurance efTcrtcd in first clxss Insurance Companies.
Custom-Houso Easiness lrimacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at lavorablo rates.
Advcitiscmonts and Subscriptions solicited for Publlshor?.
Any Atticlo purehnseil or told on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island Ordors will receive particular attention.
I3f" All Business ontruslcd to our oaro will receive prompt and faithful allontlonat
Hiving had an evtensiva husintss experience 'for over tvvcnly.flvc years in
Now York City and elsewhere, we feel competent lo attend to all business of an
Intriunlo and complicated nature, or requiring taot and dUciUlon, and respectfully
solicit a trtil.
Dill Telephone No. 274. JlivwiUiiUi UiiNinoK Vtfonc.v.
jan 78 ly
JUST TO HAND,
3Sx SS.S. .ATiwtialiEL
Fort Street Stores.
Have It moved their
Office and their well Assorted Stock
of Goods to their Kcw Store
On ling Street
Opposite McSsrspatllo ifcCooheS
and Rttlicl street,
Neirly opposite the Post .Office.
Ed. Hoffschlaeger & Co.
All persons arc hereby forbid
den from eicavntjng, digging
or depositing rubbish in the
Btitets of this district, without
the written order of tho Road
II. F. HEBBARD,
35 lm Konu, Oahu.
Just Received per Zealand ia,
Kidney Potatoes I
In small crates.
H. MAY & CO.
Dissolution of Partnersliip.
nnilU interest of Mr. Clarence Mac
JL tmlanu in the dim ol WEST,
DOW it CO,vhas this day been pur
chased by ,SIi Gideon "Wist, vho a-,
hinnes all liabilities of tuid linn All
debts due said41im uro,duo and payable
to Mr. O. West. -
WEST. DOW & CO..
Honolulu, Jun. 11, 1883.
Mil, G. WEST having become solo
ovvner of the bufciness 'cairied on
under the llrru numo of AVest, Dow S.
Co., wilt, in future, curry on said lmsi
11CS3 under the 11 nil name and btyio ot
G. WEST is CO.
Honolulu, Jan. 15. 18S8. :tu lm
Notice of Annual Meeting.
rpiJK Stockholder of O. Drevver &
JL Company, (L'd), will tuko notion
that tho annual mailing of the Com.
I liny will bo held at tho office on Queen
btruel, on WEDNESDAY, February 1st,
next, ut 10 o'clock, a. m
J. O, UAIITEB, Sccrecnry,
O. Bnwer & Company.
Honolulu, Feb. 10, 1888, 40 2w
AT tho annual inioling of tho United
. Chlnem hoelity laid on tho 0th
InMtho lolloping olllcers vrero duly
O. Alee , , l'f esidtrit
Gou Ivlu Viool'ieHdent
I am Fni ....Ticdsurer
Touk Phong t-eeietaiy
Ng Chan AwB't Tnasiirer
Tam Wnh Hiu.. ....Ass't tJccrttiuy
N. L rOIilOBS
S. a k & ""
II "w I p S3
S b CD 3
9 " t 2Q ft
H ? f o M
B O a 1 . Cff
I r b
5 minutes walk from tho P. 0.
136,138, 140 and 142 Nunanu Street.
Delightfully Situated, and Plenty of Froth
Air all llio Year Round.
JEST" Twenty flri-t-olass rooms in main
building, with firct-class dining room.
Li es' Parlor fc Gentlemen's Parlor.
Hot and cold water baths free to all
Tho tablo will be supplied with tho
best meats in the market, together with
seasonable luxuries when obtainable.
First-c!as3 Cooks and help employed.
Breakfast, 7 to 9 a. m.
Lunch, 12 noon.
Diunei, 5:?0 to 7 p. in.
MBS. M. KUTCIH2K,
.'10 lw Manageress,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Mcrchaut Street
High Class Aerated Waters,
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
8 Merchant Street
Tahiti Lemonade Depot,
J. 28 Merchant Street.
Ginger Ale, Grenadine & Cream Soda.
Outers promptly attended to.
75 cents per dozen, delivered.
Tahihi Lemonade Depot,
28 Merchant Street.
Plain'Soda, eipial to Schwoppcs. 33
MESSRS J. E. BROWN' & CO.
Are autboilbcd to collect for tho
Honolulu Juno 8th. 1887. 67
NEW ZEALAND OATS
Just leceived ex MaiijioEa, by
J. E, BROWN &
28 Mei chant Stieet.
JOB PRINTING ot all kindu exc.
cuted ut tho Daily Bulletin Ofllco
For tho Island of Oahu.
Ofllco, . : Gov't Building, Honolulu.
Roll Tel. 172. Mutual Tel. SCO.
I. O. Boy .109.
J. E. BBOWN & Gi
Flic Proof Slono Building,
42 Merchant Stroct
General Commission Merchants
General Agoncy for Haw'n Islands
Burlington and Chicago Railway
Connecting at IhMon with the Azores
Through tickets giaukd fiom Honolulu
Mcichandhc stored and K"ld on com.
mission. ConhigniiiCiitu tmldtul.
I'ropei tie-t leased, rented and sold.
Lcaal documents dr.ivsn
Books audited and ndjuMul
Authorized collector, Mr. A. Moioft
rpHE Remington Typewriter is the
X Standard willing machine ot the
world. It prims 70 ciiarnctets, or with
certain combination iibmti 80 Minnie erp,
w iih the operation of only 39 kcj i-. Tbo
innchinc is so simple that any' mitt inn
write with It, and Its maaipul uiou U m
cibity understood, that yut little p c
tiro i lcqiilrcd lo en-ible the operator to
ncquiie facility In its use. The average
tpced of the pen is from 15 to 20
words per minute, nnd the average speed
ot the type vviitirh fiom 40 to bO wonh
per minute. Time, spent in writing
with the pen is at least two thirds
Orders for the above instrument may
be left with the undcuigned at the of
lice of V. G. Irwin & Uo , and will re
ceive prompt attcnlion The undirsign.
ed is also prepared to give purchasers
lull instructions as to tho use of the
For fur her particulars apply to
So'c Agent for the Hawaiian Islands.
Skating! Skating! Skating!
Commencing January Cth,
Ef p Frity' Me !
For Lidicb and their Escorts.
Every Friday Evening will be kept
perfectly bclcct foi ladies & gentlemen.
JBuntl Sri .Vttenclsiiico.
THOMAS JH. WALL,
1C01 . Pronrietor. "lyr
Ex-Zealaudia, lrom,Ncw Zealand,
The FIRST AKHIVAL OF
From the Celebrated
Taranaki Butter Packing Company,
In 1 lb. sealed tinp.
ESyihis article i-t guTrai.tccd Super.
for to any Butter offoj id for saloin this
IiEWIS J. liEVMY,
Sole Agent for the Hnvvnltan Islands.
ALL accounts duo Mrs. A. M. Mellls
of tir months and oyer, will bo
placed in a Colleetgrd hands without
further notice if not paid by tlih. lBih,
iufet. MHB. A. M. MKLtim,
31 2w . 17 Emma street..
THE annual meeting of the toek
holdeis of tho Hawaiian Kitnilo
Co. Limited, will behold on the 2Mb,
of January, at the ( fllco of Hon. W. It.
Castle, Honolulu, at 11 o'clock a. m.
Very important business.
W. F. ALLEN,
.30 2w Secretary II. . Co.
Q WHALE BOATS; 1 Decked
0 Whale Bont, 30 feet long, 3 feet
deep, 8 feet wide; 2 22 feet Surf Boats:
1 18 feet Surf Jlonti 2 Di-cked Plunger
10 feet long, 0 feet 0 inches wide, 2 foot
0 inches deep, with mast and Balls all
completoi 1 23 feet Sailing Scow, with
mam and enlls ull complete. Apply to.
, E. It. ltYAN.
Boat Builder and Ofncral Jobber. 01 tf
A well-to-do Rooming House,
Yielding not less $100 per month.
Long leaibo. For piiticulurs imply ut
thlsofllcf. 33 lm
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
. louiia l'oit, Madeira and Malogj,
for sale In kegs and cutus by
GONSALVEH & CO.,
01 Queen street.
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