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WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 12, 1888.
88tii Day Sept. 1 Ub.
At 12:10 the Houic adjourned to
1 p. in.
The House reassembled at 1.15
Rep. Paehaole moved the report
be accepted, translated and printed.
The motion was lost.
The reading of the leportwas
concluded at 3 o'clock.
Noble Hitchcock moved that the
majority report as amended by the
minority report be adopted.
Noble Smith moved the majority
report be adopted. They all feel
the burden upon them. The con
duct of Noble Luhiau and Hep. Na
wahine standing by itself alone does
deserve expulsion. But in view of
their confession and assistance in
helping to bring others up, their
guilt is not so great as the others.
Confession does make a great differ
ence. He would plead oefore tho
House for leniency on the part of
these two men.
Noble Hitchcock did not want this
House to think there was any hard
feeling. He had known Luhiau and his
family ninny years. They weie be
ing looked at 'to-day, and their ac
tions will be scanned thrui'i'hout tin
breadth of the laud. People will he
wondering what the Refo m Legis
lature will do with four o its mem
bers accepting biibes. 1. it Luhiau
and Nawahine have accej . ed money
there was no doubt and 1 hey must
feel that they arc men v 10 cannot
bo trusted. He wisheu a heavier
penalty than expulsion could be
meted out to the two 1 i igleaders.
The House must clear hclf of the
Noble Luhiau said this ,vas a very
important matter. He distinctly
denied having taken a l ibe. Ka
uhi gave him So as a gifL. It turn
ed out to be 50. Heing a clergy
man he was often in the habit of re
ceiving gifts. If he had understood
it was a bribe he Mould not have
tikon the money. No influence had
been brought on him with regard to
bis vote on the Chinese amendment.
He thought that Noble Hitchcock
felt sore against him and wished
bim to bo punished severely because
he had voted to sustain the coffee
Rep. Nakaleka was much surpris
ed at the report, as it looked to him
that the committee had gone beyond
its power. Charges were only pre
ferred against Reps. Kamauoha and
Itatihi, but the committee had also
brought in charges against Noble
Luhiau and Rep. Nawahine. Then
again the committee was at variance
as there was a majority and a mino
rity report. The Constitution docs
not give tho House authority to ex
pel its members, but there is a
Hoube rule which says that the Le
gislature may expel any member
for cause. He moved both reports
be indefinitely postponed..
Rep. Kamauoha said the charge
against him was that he had accept
ed a bribe to influence aud change
bis vote. This he denied, he did
not change his vote, as ho had been
against the Chinese amendment
from first to last. Therefore the
allegations fall to the ground.
Noble "Widemann thought those
accused should liavo all the time
necessary to talk in,
Minister Ashford said within an
hour and a half tho Kinau would
leave her wharf and a good man'
mombers wished to go by her. Rep.
Kamauoha had been allowed fifteen
minutes, but he did not think he
had said anything bo far.
Rep. C. Brown was much surpiis
ed to hear the remarks of the Attorney-General,
they came very poor.
To think he should allude to mem
bers private considerations, in such
au important mattei. He moved
the five-minute rule tie dicused
with as regards the four memheis
who are charged.
Tho motion was ado; ted.
Rep Kamauoha coi inning said
if ho did take money it was nut as a
bribe. The money glv 11 to him by
Rep. Kauhi was a pros, it and after
ho had voted. Ho was not guilty of
Rep. C, Brown said it seemed
strange to him that m -ivo Hawai
Jans sent hero who vero thought
above the avorago should bo in such
a fir. Thoy know what this money
was given to thorn for, and it is iin-
pORsiblefortlicnito., tent of t. A
S60 bills iu tho hai.i of jumping Into
people's pocket1? lie ngiuetl with
the sentiment of Is'oble llilehi oelf
Hint every one in IIih nffair should
JJO Ollt Of till'. 1
hero under Hn
Miow by 1 ,
Hawaiian 111 -
Hep. iS i
lie puimlu'ii 1
!i.u-sc. Those bin n
Hawaiian flai win
1' to-day that tho
-id if a man vu.
bribery ho should
full extent, lie
explained to Uic eoiutnltlee that he
received the money but not as a
bribe. It would be a terrible thing
for a man In his station to have to
stand before this House and be cen
sured. He met Kauhi down I own
and while drinking a milk shake it
appears that Kauhi put a S50 bill in
his pocket. He did not know it was
there until later in the evening when
three members of the House came
to enquire about it. He went to his
vest and there found the 50 bid.
It was put there without his know
ledge. His case he thought was a
very slight one. He was willing to
abide by the decision of the House.
Rep. Kauliane said the whole
matter had caused him a great de.il
of grief as the members charged
were native Hawaiians. A further
source of giief was that three Min
isters of the Gospel were elected to
this House and two of them are
among those chaiged with bribery.
Ho signed the minority repoi t and
felt it his duty to do so for the good
of the members charged, that it
might be an example.
Rep. Kauhi said the committee
had exceeded their duty. .Then
again they had not done their duty
by leaving out Rep. Kalaukoa who
he thought was just as much in the
wrong as Luhiau and Nawahine.
There was not a word said against
Rep. Kalaukoa. There was no evi
dence that money had come to him
from Chinese. Kauhi spoke at great
length, but there was nothing but
repetition in his speech.
Noble Widemann was going to
vote as a repiesentativc of Maui and
not let his personal feelings be
brought in. He believed "that
justice should be done thotiirh
the heavens fall." All but
one had admitted leceiving $50
from Kauhi. After the speech by
Rep. Kauhane the' should not let
their pcisonal feelings influence
Minister Ashford said how he.
should vote on this mattei had har
raised him eiy much Mnee he t-ok
his Keat. Bui aftei eaioful conse
cration he hail come to a oonclii&i :.
which satisfied himself, and he be
lieved was 111 ateoidanee with a ca
jority of tin- House. With ie:am
to Kuuhi and Kamauoha no doubt
couui exist, uiey nave merited ex
pulsion. Luhiau admitted he re
ceived S50 iioin Chinese, and he
did not see hov. the House could let
him go scot fiee. With regard to
Nawahine theie was a doubt in hi
favor, and the punishment should
be nioie lenient. To any man ol
sensitive leeling it must be a terri
ble punishment to be biought be
foic the bar of the House aud be
censured. He thought that enough
punishment fur N.iwahine. If Kau
hi had only been as much on the
alert to detect tins ci ime as Kalau
koa had, it would not have come
before the House. Ho would give
all honor to Kalaukoa for miming
the conspirators to earth, and lie
believed the country would do the
Minister Thurston seconded the
pioposition made by the last speak
er with legard to Nawahine. As
for Kauhi he was a shameless, cor
rupt and hardened villian. He stood
on the lloor of the House and
in the most brazen and shame
less way blackguards Kalaukoa
who is hissuperior in every
way. Kamauoha had fallen and
nothing mote need be said. Liihiuu
was an old man who had for a lung
time held a good name, but he had
received a bribe. With regard ti
Nawahine there was no evidence to
contradict his statement, he should
be given the benefit of the doubt
and under the circumstances cen
sured. He moved the following
substitutes for tho fourth and fifth
recommendations of the special com
mittee: 1. Resolved that the conduct of
Noblo S. C. Luhiau, Noble for Ha
waii, in accepting the said mum of
550, knowing or believing that the
same was f 10111 the Chinamen, and
a reward for his vote upon a ques
tion in which they were inteicted,
is subversive of tho dignity mill
honor of this House, and he is here
by expelled from the House and his
sent in the Legislature is declared
5. That in view of the fact Hint
theia is no positive evidence that
Hon. 0. Nawahini'. Representative
for Wailukn, Know fur whai puiiu.i-e
the said 50 was given to Inm, or
the amount of 1I1C same, and in v in
of his free (oufcision and the ait,!
ance which he rendeied Hie Un'inm
teo, that tho censure of tho JJuiito
will bo a Milllcient punishment fir
bis offence: therefore
Revived. 'Unit he bo called be
fore tho bar of tho House, tliiuo to
reeeivo fioin tho President of the
Legislature tho censure of this
Rep. C. Brown agreed with the
substitute recommendations, but
with regard to Nawahino liny
should go a little fuither. The com
mittee should havo reported that
pait of tho evidence refening to the
finding of the money In Nawahinc's
Noble Smith said the committee
had based their recommendations on
the evidence hoard before them,
I 'i ' ol gone outside of tin
00 le idetnnmi said there could ',
tie no possible doubt Nawahine
knew when he was taking n milk
Mmkr tlml Kauhi had put money in
in m "t pouket for ho nkcd Kauhi
whet In r it was good money.
I p C. Btowu said ev'eiy mciu-
1 Mild he perfectly satisfied in
h 1 ud before tecoubng his vote.
! Nakaleka was doubled if the
t . lei' had a ii!ht to bring in
charges against Luhinunnd Nawa
hine. They were only told to in
vestigate charges ngainst Kauhi and
Noble Smith read the resolution
showing the power of the commit
tee. Noble Hitchcock had based the
minority report on tho evidence
heard. lie then read tho evidence
of Nawahine before the committee.
Rep. Pnehaolo doubted whether
the House had a right to expel mem
bers under the Constitution.
Noble Widemann said Aitielc 51
of the Constitution reads, "Tho
Legislature may punish its own
members for disoiderly behavior."
If these charges were not disoiderly
behavior, he did not know what was.
If they adopted a resolution to tar
and feather and ride on a rail tho
guilty ones, he did not think there
would bo any objection.
The President announced Ihat tho
four membcis charged could not
vole on the recommendations of the
A vote was then taken separately
on the first, second and third recom
mendations of the committee with
the following result on each:
Ayes Green, Thurston, Ashford,
Wilder, Robinson, Young, Jaeger,
Smith, Watcrhouse, Wight, Notley,
all, Townsend, Hitchcock, Bailey,
Richardson, Widemann, Makec,G.N.
Wilcox, Ilustacc, Dowsett, jr., Ka
laukoa, Naone, C. Brown, F.Brown,
Deacon, Kamai, Maguire, Kauhane,
Paris, Daniels, Helekunihi, Horner,
Kiiwainui, A. S. Wilcox, Rice, Gay,
Rep. Nakaleka, when his name
was called said "Kanalua." He
moved to be excused but the motion
was lefused. He would not lecord
his vote and could find no authority
for the House to make him do so.
The President instiucted the
t'oe.elaiy to make a note on the
jei-'ids of the House that the mem
he." li'id refused to ote, and slated
I'l.il the member by so doing was in
.vi.-teu.pl f Uic House.
Tin President then announced
that Rei-. Kauhi and Kamauoha
wow expelled from the House and
ilii.ii' scats declared aeant.
Thu fouith substitute recommen
dation by Minister Thurston was
Ivjlilc Wight failed to sec that any
distinction should be made between
Luhiau and Nawahine. lie had
known Luhiau for close on thirl -eight
yens, and had never luard
.11 1 th:ng against his chaiacter. At
the poll for Nobles on Hawaii at the
l.ist election, Luhiau stood at the
head, which showed the esteem in
which he was held oil that island,
lie thought he should be censured
but not expelled.
Minister '1 hurslon's substitute re
commendation was then cairicd on
the following vole:
Ayes: Thurston, Ashford, Wil
der, Robinson, Young, Jaeger, Wa
tei house, Notley, Wall, Townsend,
Hitchcock, Bailey, Richardson, Wi
demann, Makee, G. N. Wilcox,
Hiistace, Dowsett jr., Kalaukoa,
Naone, C. Blown, V. Brown, Dea
con, Kauliane, Paiis, Horner, Ka
wainui, Rice, Gay, Paehaole 30.
Noes: Smith, Wight, Kamai, Ma
L'liire, Daniels, Helekunihi, A. S.
Wilcox, Nakaleka. 8
The President announced that
Luhiau was expelled from the House
and his seat declared vacant.
Minister Thurston's fifth substi
tute lecommendation was adopted
by the following vote:
Ayes: Thurston, Ashfoid. Robin
son, Smith, Watei house, Wight,
Notley, Wall, Bailey, Dowsett, jr.,
Kalaukoa, C. Brown, Kamai, Paris,
Daniels, Horner, Ilelekunihi, Ka
wainui, A. S. Wilcox, Rice, Gay.
Noes: Wilder, Young, Jaeger,
Townsend, Hitchcock, Richardson,
idemanu, Makee, G. N. Wilcox,
llustace, Naone, V, Brown, Deacon,
.Maguiie, Kauhane, Paehaole, Na
The President announced that
Rep. Nawahine would receive the
censure of the House.
Noble Widemann announced that
ho had lcslgued his scat in the
House and left the building.
Tho sixth recommendation of the
special committee being included in
Minister Thurston's adopted substi
uitei, no action was taken on it.
The committee's seventh recom
mendation instruiling the Attorney
duiiual to institute proceedings as
.he facts in his opinion justify, was
adopted on a show of hands.
Minister Ashford moved that Rep.
Nuwnhino bo now brought befoie
the bar and censured. Carried.
Tim seigeant-at arms then con
ducted Rep. Nawahine from his
seat to the bar where Piesident
Cisile addiessed him 'as follows:
I must say that it causes me very
gieat pain to be compelled at the
itireeiinii of this House to adminis-
ni iu j mi uiu Lcnsiiic 01 tins Jeyis
latuie. it is with all the greater
pain Hint J do this, so that 1 can
Bi-aice lestrain the tear In my eyes,
when 1 remember that twoyears .igo
you and 1 weio standing shoulder to
shoulder, fighting for correct nrin-
l ciples at the ballot-box. Aud now
t ii 1 u!ht principle ' u,' uuitnplud
lu this oonnliy, K.ve been sent
by the people 'ot iniluku to dis
charge the solomu and responsible
duties of representing Ihem and
gum ding their inteiesls in all things.
In older that the inten sis of a peo
ple be truly rcpictcnicd it is neeps;
sary that there should be nbolitle
fir cdom from suspuion of the 1 epic
sentatives of the people. Il is prov
ed that in conneit'u with the Con
stitutional amcndini nt befoie the
House money has been given to in
fluence the vote of this Legislature,
and your name has been dragged
into the dbt in connection with this
serious matter. And the House by
a vote has declared, not by n laigc
majority and not on a question of
allowing you to go scot free, but
that instead of being ignoniinously
expelled you should receive the cen
sure of this honorable body. It is
necessary in all mallei s oT this kind
that every man should keep himself
absolutely free from all suspicious
circumstances, and il was your duty
to have spurned with scorn the
money that Kauhi put into your
possession, without hesitating, with
out wailing a moment. Il is on ac
count of your conduct, at that lime
and 111 that matter thai I now ad
minister to you the ccnsiue and the
reprimand of this House.
Rep. Nawahine was then conduct
ed back to his seat by the sergeant-at-arms.
Minister Thurston lcpoilcd His
Majesty had signed an Act to
cucourage the growth and culti
vation of Ramie and the Appiopria
Minister Thurston offered a reso
lution that when tho Legislature do
adjourn, it adjourn without day
subject to the call of the President.
Minister Ashford offered a reso
lution that the President appoint a
commission of three to repoit to the
Legislature of 1890 on charges 111
the practice in the courts of the
The resolution was adopted and
the Piesident appointed the Attorney-General,
Mr. Justice Dole and
Mr. A. S. Ilartwell.
Noble Smith piescnted three reso
lutions as follows:
1. Relating to the payment of
2. That the secretary be allowed
30 days in which to complete his re
cord. 3. That the Set geant-at-Arms
take tin inventory of the stationery
and repoit to the secielaiy.
The resolutions were adopted.
At 7:25 the House adjourned
without day, subject to the call of
Auction Sales by Lewis J. Levey.
OR 1SE JTJE1
Era Epv p
In 01 dei' to rlose consignments, I am
biSlrunied to offer for -ilcnt auc
tion, at my s'llesioomt,
fli Next Friday, Sent. 11,
AT lO O'CLOCK A. 31..
A largo and varied iia-oriiueiit of
Of the lines hc.-l Known to the
Heudy.innde Clothing, Crockery,
Saddles & Bridle,
q a0en a
Also a smull lino of
AT 1 O'CLOCK NOOX,
Beers, Wines & Lipers !
Will be iff. red n fine lino of the
uhov nf iho most well.
STho Terms will bo Unusually
Liberal and made known at time of
LEWIS J. LEVEY,
11 2t Auct onier.
SALE of CATTLE
wa , rpiIKIti: will ho sold 800
iKFn -- hewd f Cattle, con
fiJ&A -I tins "f excellent Milch
csiijj' Cow, fileers, Hufera mid
ii .., a. Uoyd'n Outdo Pen, at Manna
will, Kiiilua, ivooluupoko,
On Suturday, Sept. 2a, 'SB,
AT lii O'CLOCK NOO.,
MKS. BEKE STONE.
Auction Salo by James F. Mor.n.
Uy eider of Mr. L. ti. Ken, 1 will Bill
in J'uhlie Auction, ni u.y s-nleii.
i ooin, Queen Fliic",
TO-MORROW, Sept. 18, 1888,
at 10 'c.ocK a. ar..
A !'irj;(i and vailed nsiomnent of
KfcESTSr 3-CJ3LS. !
Fancy Nuclclies & Scurf),
While it llrovvn Ciiltnii,
Fancy Pi hits, Yieioiln Lawns,
' T.aee Uilitibi', Hug,
Silks and Satins, ail colors.
Also a vciy huge iis'-oittncnt nf
Of new and varied pntterns, just u'
leived from Kiigland, comjn'ialng
Worsted Coatings I
Tweeds, IIkmiI CIolli, 1)1 u'onnl ,
i'limj MiitiT'g , ."iCTgi"-,
ITALIAN CLOTHS, ETC., EITC.
And 1 1 nge u 'oitmeut of
Single Suit & Pant Patterns,
CSf'I hese Got ils are all new imporla.
lions at d 'vill le std without r-e vi
Goods Mill hu on exhibition on Mond y
and Tu winy.
Tl'UtilS AT fcVTjW.
JAS. Ii MOKGA2T,
Y order of Mr V. Iioltc, assignee oT
y a moilLiisree uittdo by AmIomc
Kianel-po VI rM to Manuel I),i t ste,
da-el Nov. 15, lS?. and neoil'il in
libei 103 on pirns :!8U and 7, I v. ill
fell at P b'ic A'.ction
On SATURDAY, Sept, iO, '88,
at i:i o'cj.ock so:;.
At my Salesroom, tw en Mne', nil the
property iuelude ! in said mortgage, as
A Lease of 102 Acres of Land
.. ISJUieiou. Vtiiify.
On the Land are 7 Taro Palc'103. wil'i
prowinc T.i o p'Htof Hue il 'i p.
Also ulu t 2,000 Banana Tics, 1 limit
10 bunches naily t ti u i v mm
On thcLuid are 2 Good llau'cs 'ih
Barn and Oul-llouscs.
A good siie.uu of watir runs through
the 1 Hini-es.
The pniolmser his Iho light to out
J'liono (1 tor a.e. vj if
tiiuleascd at RH.) per aiiiiiiin.
And at t o'clock,
I will 1 ell -.t the l'.i ldock
About 50 Head of Cattle I
Including lo.ne verv line
About 5 Horses,
1 Farm Wagon.
1 Sat of Harness,
IStc., Etc., Ktc., Ktc.
C?fl''r fin User paiticiihus npply to
C. Holle, Kmi , 01 to
JAB. F. MORGAN,
41 lit Auctioneer.
vening Auction !
On Saturday Even'g, Sept. 16,
AT 7:.'t O'CLOCK,
At my Salesroom, Queen slieet, I Mill
kcll nt Public Auction, u laigu
and dibii.ih'o asboitincnt of
rf JEW GS-OOU !
Just leeeived, and compii ing
Gents Ties ai Scarfs !
Fancy Prints, Fiinev 'A Irm,
Str ped IJtigov, La ihh' II; lios-,
Lace Car a ns ('n Whlio A I cm),
lhnhioulirul T.ilie i ovet.",
All colors of Silks & Satins !
In Suit I.eti'jiht, A largo v.uloty of
Velvet anil Aiilumr Us
AVhlto Vietoi in l.iiuni, Lu i's' i in.
hr i teieii A Muslin Lun a l
a vtuitd iibMiiun til ni
Feather Plumes & 'WiujjH,
Owtricli Festtlxci's, Ktc.
CS 'I'lio attention of ihn Lidhs .
called to this t.ilo ol nuv unit ' ji.i;
uilltles. The in In lea will h iiixt.ih.
lion on Saturday uioinlnu.
JAB. F. iUOliGAR,
AOKNTLLMAN ni over TO ycaib'
luisiiie s nip-iiiic will hugo
Hi nia in Lngluiid ind tlnti Kingdom w
open for a r itua in nt m Jiooh.
Utoper, Cashlei a il t; a- -poiiilent. He.
feienccH ami ti btiniunl.i ol Ihu highest
oider. Aihliem 1' u. 11' n 17(1 ii lm
T YOU WANT A SERVANT,
. advertibo in tho Daily Uvumtih.
JUST &ECEWED ! '
JU, lilt, Lira, CnidM nil Ftamlitti.
rf?oincthiug New ami Smtnblo for this 01iiuale..J3
On Account of Remova
HE GLEARAIGS SALE.
Plush Bets, Ladies' Work Baskets,
In Flush it Leather; Uii-eiue, Glass fe Faiitin Ware, Opera &
Maiine Glasses, Telescopes,
BTtsio Boxes, Toy (, Eloolcss, -AJtoiimus,
And other things too numerous to mention. All the ahovo
Goods will he offered iru tho
LOWEST PRICES EVER QUOTED IN THE KINGDOM.
K?"Tho above Goods arc New,
been unpolled ex leccnt arrivals and
KS OPEN ZVJEPSXWQ-S I
1 OO ITan-L Street, Honolulu.
JTGISfV STREET, lIO'OLTJJLiXJ.
Lamps, Chandeliers s Lanterns,
At Lower Prices than ever before. New invoice of
SHBLF-HilWAE PLOWS & fill lERCHAMSE.
Novel lies antl ITtviicy Goodf, In. tiai"c;e "Vcirioty.
"W'e have ou hand a quantity of
New Zealand Mullet
Tor Salo at $2 per dozen tins.
Them really delicious flh are very
Hindi hiipcrior to the Hawaiian article
of the same name, and are mueh more
thootliFonie than salmon. They havo
not ihu heaviness of the hitter lUh, and
are much heltci adapted for food in a
warm el i mate.
They are Without Bones.
J.E. Brown & Co.,
28 Merchant Street.
MES. M. B. CAMPBELL,
DroHHimUclnir, A:o., .te
Has conuneneed tho husincss of Drcsf
niiikm, Cutlinir mid Filling, at her icsi
deuce, No IU Uerctania street, opposite
the Hotel, Tho pnlroiuigu of the Indies
is respectfully solicited. SutUfnctlou
ONE fine Milch Cow,
price, $123. A. ply
nt the 1SU1.LCHN ulUce.
D 8td oa vv
FOll SALE or LET
5u- rP!'l'' """so and Lot on
.sti'-VSPR -- lieieiiinlti sin el next to
e2SI Mi Jnhii Lim'd on iho wwtj
Uiifiu lot inns fieiu Hi ret'inin to Young
it) ct. lluiit-e imitaiiiB pailor, dining,
loom, thiee huge bedroom, kitchen
hith-ioom and out-hoiirCb Ineiuliu of
111 tl W. O. WILDER.
A IIOUSK on School street
llClHSiiMiiaaliiinir live looms, he sides
hilihiKMoom, bathroom, hiiehcn and
pautiy. Also carriage Iiuuhu anil stables
lot ttto horses. Applv to
E. W. JORDAN,
At WaleihoiiM''s Kort-btrtet Btoie.
THE DAILY BULLETIN isullvo
X evening jiaper, CO cents per mouth.
& FAICY GOOES
Fresh and of the Latest Design, having
weio selected expressly for the trade.
B- BARGAINS -J
A small lot of
BiBi8 GUanBt CkaivifPiB
IN QUARTS & PINTS.
Just to hand per " Bark Coranna."
At F. A. SCHAEFER & CO.'S.
Received ex ti. S. Australia a full
HAY'S HOP ALE.
Uny's Aci'iitcel Hop Alo (Non.
Intoxicating) William iliiy, Hull.
"This is an excellent Non-Alcoholic
Uevcrnge, which probably approaches
rs near to Beer as is possible, without
the presence of alcohol. Our analysis
showed the presence of the bitter tirln.
ciplo of the Hop In perfect solution."
"It is a nearer approach to Baes's or
Allsopp'ij Ale than any non-intoxicants
preceding il. lias tho Hop Tusto of
Kilter lleei, mid is a pleasant appetising
dilnk "Eastern Morning News.
"Mr. IIuj's experiments on Hops have
resulted in Ihu pioduction of a beautiful
essence, which deterves to rank as quite
a plninniceutlciil triumph. It mixes
pcitcctly with water, and bus a tine Hop
Aioiim. I!oj Ale innde fioin this
cpbente has, w 1th the Hop Flavor, till
the blight appcniancu of Champagne.
It fioths remarkably, is a very agreeable
drink, and suitable either lor summer
or winter." The Chemist & Diugglst.
"A beautiful essence, hns a fiuo Hop
Aroma, and is quito a pharmaceutical
triunipti "The Chemist & Diuggist,
"Hay's Hoi Ale. This is an ex.
sinl !... unit o lwttmlt linvitrnrrn "'Plm
"Has tho Hop Taste of Bitter Beer,
nun ia a neater uppioach to Bass or
Allsopii's Ale thiiii any non-intoxicants
preceding it." Eabtem Morning News,
J. E. BROWN & CO,,
28J 21 Merchunt atrect. 2wr
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