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THURSWA-. . MARCH 14, U'81).
Stmr J A Clin miiis from Koolau
Sehr ilos.illml, SI dttjn from ban Prnti
elsoo Alar 14
8 8 Australia for Sail Fianoii-eo sit noon
SchrKailol for Hawaii
rivhi Mary for Kauai
Schr Sarah & Eliza for Koolan
Stmr C R llislmp for Walanne, Wnlulua
and KonliiU nt 0 a in
Stmr V i Hull fr Luhalun. Maaliea,
Kona. Ka. and the Volcano at 10
o'clock a in
For San Krnticfoco per S Australia,
Mar U Col ' laus SpieekcU, Mrd
Spreokels, Miss Emma s-j.rceki-ls lion
Ell-dia H Allen and Mta'vllon. Arthur
l'nco and wire, Mrs Colt and maid. L ti
Smith. O Goldsmith and wife, Mrs
Whitehead, Miss MS GiHIIul'S, Mls 1,
It Parks. .Mrs Tufts, Ml Tufts, Mb M
V Cushlnp, U 1 llnv, 11 W Parker, l E
Hilliard and wife. .1 L Iticliiircls and
wife. .!TCio-n and wife, A Pratt,
Mrs E M Man-lurid and child. Win Mil
Inn andwlfe.il A smith, Mis Y,
Smith, Miss M Smith, Mbs A Smith. C
H Smith and servant, A Haas, W Wil
liams. It J Lillleand wife, Mrs Uennott,
Miss Gibbous E A Waid, .1 L, McLean
and bride, T. I Itcivlu, Niis K Mihan,
ColG W Macfarlane, li G Gaidluier,
Mrs Ado Sou?a Caiiavaiio and child,
Henry K Hyde, J N Koblnson and wife,
Mis 11 Ucrgeraiul son, O IJ b-paldlng,
Sister AViniiied, Mis A Cl.uk, Mrs Louis
son, Miss Hello Loulsson. 1) J Tieiber,
wife and child, Miss .1 Fletcher and two
boys, P 0 Jones and wife, H'V A U
Walkup and three chlldien, V E Hand,
Mrs V K Lawrence and child, F 11
llnycc, J 15 Koblnson and wife.
Burnham, t iss M E Heiby, Mrs, J II
Fisher and child, .1 A MoUuiidle3, Dr
P A Morrow, CJ 15 vv illianis, It Grab un,
II C Lyon, and II D Taylor. Stkhkagk
'as It Dawson, A Hansen, C Winter,
J T Winter, G Tcssiue, L Wagner, O
Forgeson, h Olson, W Wilson, E hkc
pan, O W Poole, P J Ilariie-, J Maw son
and 131 ForwgucMO including 7G chil
dren. S.ilr? ., .i t-.uttz..
The steamship Austialia took for San
Francisco y,G(;:i bags sugar, GSO b.ws
rice, 5.01)7 bnehs ol b.i ana, 7 b.igs
coffee, 470 bdU green bides. 1 b.ig of
gold coin valued at i37,SU0, aud su.idiy
packages. Foieign value, .10,880; Do
mestic value, i3a,031 41.
bu sehr Ito-alind ai lived to-diy, '21
d.ij s from San Francisco, w ith merchan
dise valued at G,8US, Including 100 bbls
Hour, 400 skb bran, ,11 . ctN b.uley, 100
bbls lime, 100 bale- bay, ISO oils oat.,
lJ,t:0o lbs potash, 20 bbls salmon, etc.
t-. ' " ",- iTWf.V'.U
MCLEAN - GKIEVE In Honolulu,
Mai eh llili, by the Itev. E. G.
li' ckwith, D D , James Louzada
McLean to Jennie Howe. Grieve.
The Hawaiian Band will give a
public concert this evening at
Emma Square commencing at
7:30 o'clock. Following is the pro
gramme: I'AUT I.
Overture Bandit Tricks Suppe
Choi us Rieui V agucr
Waltz Toreador Boyle
Beniiuiseeiices of all nations Suppe
Hooheuo, Ullo Kup.i Loke, Oiwi Nani.
Selection Patience Sullivan
Fantasia Echoes of the Foi est.. Model
Burlesque A Comical Coatest .Godfrey
Galop Vivat Zikoff
Hawaii I onol
DOGGEREL FOR DOGGEREL.
Tar, aiiau on Tin: editor.
The Editor sat in his chair of state,
Collecting his poor brains ogcthor,
The lamp burned low and the hour was
Aud his wits were plumb out of tether;
He chuckled aloud.and ho chuckled low,
And his eyes lolled with liendbh glare,
As hu thought of bis assiuinc poetic
Of the gentle Arab from the tropics fair,
lie smiled and lie smiled,
Sweet and bland like a child,
But his w It- were out of all tether.
SUPREME C0URT--AT CHAMBERS.
BEFOiin incKi:irrox j.
Thuii&day, March 14th.
In re estate of Charles lirenig,
deceased. Petition for nrobato of
will. Appellant's, Kenahu (w). the
widow, exceptions at January term,
1881), to order of Hickerton J., allow
ing proponent's motion to dismiss
appeal. Question as to whether ex
ceptions lie in such a matter reserved
for the full Court. A. S. Ilartwell
for proponent; A. Rosa for appel
lant. POLICE COURT.
Thursday, Mar. Mth.
Wm. Earrgnn foifeited bail of SC
M. R. A. Viera, for permitting u
ferocious do to go abroad, was re
manded to the lath.
Several other cases were con
tinued. CIVIL CASES.
A. Morgan vs. Kcpuhoni, assump
sit for i'J.75. Judgment for plain
tiff for S8.73 with costs.
II. S. Tregloan vs. George Mnrk
ham, assumpsit for 8100, on note of
August 2, 1888. Judgment for
plaintiff for $108.80 including costs.
John A. Cummins vs. Emil Mel
ville, assumpsit for 5200. On de
fendant's couusel llling allldavit, tho
ea!e h uut limed to the loth.
JOB PRINTING ol till kinde exc
outed at the "Daily Bulletin" Office.
oAL & QF.HE3AL HEWS.
Tun hnnta of Messrs. Lisbnp &
Co. and China Sprcckels & Co. will bo
Tin: Imnd gives a moonlight con
cert at Emilia Square this evening,
and at Thomas Square Friday evening.
i ... i
Tin: Foieign olllce has just had
printed a list coniainiug thu foreign
Legations and Consulates, foieign
consuls resident in thu kingdom and
the diplomatic and consular repre
sentatives of Hawaii abioad.
Tin: regular monthly sociable of
the Central Union Chinch will bo
helil this evening at the lesidcnce of
Uev. Dr. E. 0. Hcckwith, corner of
Lunalilo and Victoiia streets. A
general and cordial invitation is ex
tended. The regular meeting of the Debat
ing Society will ho hold this evening,
when tho subject for debate will be,
"lUMilvod, That the importation of
ni'itciial fioin foreign countiies for
public improvements is not a lwnclll,
nor just, to tlio taxpayors-oi Hawaii.'1
Duiii.no tho past few wockh tho
proptiotors of the Anchor K.iloon
have inadu ninny niarkod iinpiovc
nicnts. The yard has been fenced
in, and made private, and a half
dozen handsomo and well appointed
rooms prepared for the convenience
To-MOititon morning at 10 o'clock
Mr. .1. F. Moigan will sell at auction
at his salesroom, Queen sticet, a lot
of merchandise, damaged, per bark
Ivy from New York. Among the lot
aro 5 Wilcox A- White organs, G Vic
tor sewing machines, 1 dog cart,
Drill Lclciohoku Guards, at 7:30,
l. M. C. A. singing class,
Debating Society, at usual time
Diill Co. A Honolulu Rifles, at
Honolulu Cornmandery No. 1 K.
T , at 7:30.
Social at residence of Dr. E. G.
Beck wiili at 7:30.
Band concert at Emma Square at
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. r. HOKRAX.
At 10 a. in. underwriter's sale of
merchandise damaged 13 salt water
ou voyage of importation per bark
Ivy. A full list of the merchandise
The Post OHice despatched on the
Australia 4,448 letters and 2.132
packages of papers. This makes a
total of 11,330 letters and 3,527
packages of papers forwarded to
the States, China and Japan, since
.' hi i j
THE AUSTRALIA'S DEPARTURE.
There was an unusually gay scene
at the (lopaiturc of the Australia
for San Kiancisco this noon. She
carried away a full cargo of domes
tic produce, 90 cabin aud 147 steer
age passengers. Of the latter 131
were Portuguese including 70 chil
dren. Nearly all of the cabin pas
sengers were decked with leis while
a good many also canied bouquets.
It was a pretty sight as the vessel
left her dock, to see the profuse
floral display. The Hawaiian Band
was on the wharf and played a num
ber of appropriate selections ending
with Auld Lang Syne.
FUNERAL OF MRS. M'lHTYRE.
The funeral of the late Mrs.
Margaret Mclntyrc took place yes
terday afternoon, from the family
residence, King street. The Rev.
Dr. Hcckwith. conducted the ser
vices, and there was a large attend
ance of friends of the deceased and
bereaved iamily. The floral offer
ings were beautiful. Tho rcmaius
were interred in the Nuuanu ceme
tery. The pall bearers were:
Messrs. C. T. Gulick, S. C. Allen,
J. F. Gilllllan, C. N. Spenctr, T.
Sorrenson and F. W. AVundenbur.
The following clippings touching
the recent death of Air. Michael
Phillips, senior member of the firm
of Phillips & Co., Honolulu, are
from the San Francisco Public
Mr. Michael Phillipp, one of our
oldest and highly respected citizens,
was restored to mother eaith, on
Sunday last, and was followed by
hundreds of relatives and binceru
friends who bemoaned and mouined
his untimely demise. Mr. Phillips
was n ery chaiitable man, and
walked the path of an honest, up
We extend to his disconsolate
widow and children our heartfelt
The late Michael Phillips, whose
will was probated on Wednesday
last, left more money for charitablo
put poses than any millionaire who
ever died in this cily considering
that Phillips was not a millionaire.
A Keiitucky gentleman who re
cently came to Washington to con
sult with hia member of Congress
about an olllco under the new Ad
ministration was asked by a gentle
man fiom Boston whether it is leally
true that the people of Kentucky
ate so vciy bibulous. 'Bibulous!"
said i he Keiituekiau. "Bibulous!
I don't reckon you could find a
cWeu Bibles .n the whole State."
DATCY BULLETIN: H0WBU1MJ, EB ft,
A HAPPY EVEK7.
WWintAOE OF MB. J. 1. M'MJAtt TO
miss ,T. n. nniuvr..
At half-past nine o'clock this
morning Mr. James Louzada Mc
Lean, bookkeeper for the Inter
Island Steam Navigation Company,
and Miss Jennio Rowo Grieve, only
daughter of our high'ly esteemed
citizens Mr. and Mrs. Uobt. Grieve,
were united in marriage at the resi
dence of the bride's parents, Nuu
anu Avenue. The coi oniony was
performed by the Rev. E. G. "Hcck
with, D. D., pastor of Central Union
Church, in the most impressive man
ner. Punctually at the lime named
the bride aud groom entered the
parlor to the strains of the "Bridal
March" and took position imme
diately underneath a lloral lovers
knot. The parlor was tastily decor
ated with palm leaver, vines and
llowera. Af.cr the happy couple had
been piououuced husband and wife,
they received the congratulations of
their .immediate friends and rela
tives, their being present: Capt. and
Mis. V. B. Godfrey, Mr. and .Mrs.
U. B. Reynolds, Mr. and Mrs. Robt.
Gra', Mrs. Pomcroy, Mrs. Auld,
Mr. and .Mrs. J. 11. Haic, Miss ami
Master Hare, Mr. and Mrs. George
.McLean, Mrs. Eberhaidt, Sir. and
Mrs. Robt. Giieve, Mr. and Mrs.
W. L. Giieve, Mr. and Mrs. W. II.
McLean, and representatives of lliu
Bulletin and "Advertiser."
After congratulations tho&c pres
ent sat down to an elegant breakfast
served in the dining room. In the
centre of the table, which was load
ed with good thing3, stood the
wedding cake, a magnificent spei i
mcu of the confectioners ait. It
was a two story pyramid take on
tile top of which was a handsome
marriage bell. Thu cake was decor
ated with harps, birds, flowers and
wreaths. It was supplied by Sir.
F. Horn. During tho breakfast the
health of the newly mariicd couple
was drunk. They left on the Australia
for a three months' tiip through Uie
States and Canada, canying with
them the best wishes of a laige cir
cle of friends.
The presents were didayid in an
ante-room and included costly ai ti
des of silvcrwaio, tuinituro, fancy
The brido is a most estimable
young lam whose sweet vo'ce aud
finished style ot singing has
given much pleasure to our
residents on many occasions, while
the bridegroom is well known in this
city as a young man with many
sterling qualities. The Buuxtik
joins in wishing them much happi
ness in their new life.
The following tenders were re
ceived this noon, for the construc
tion ot a Reservoir near the Govern
ment Electric Light Station, Nuuanu
J. N. Kaiaikawaha S13.14G 00
Peter High 10,700 00
M. Boyle 10,(00 00
Walker & Redwaid 10,290 00
E. Weary 10,1'J8 50
The tender of Walker it Rcdward
From the sea,
Father of the Pumpkin Skin,
Full of sin
Aud of gin,
Thank the Loid I'm not as he,
1 Full of sin
Aud of gin,
It is safe to say that no other
Ministry of Foreign Affairs is so
devoid of all magnificence and aichi
tcctural beauty as this, the center
of European diplomacy. Over the
small door which might be the en
trance to a house ol a second-class
stand two lamps, which in the night
still burn oil. Electric light is loo
modern. On the facade there is not
the least ornament, and the inleiior
is unpleasant, cold and cheoiless.
But here Count Herbert lives and
works, heie Prince Bismarck him
self resided as Minister-Frcsidui.t
of Prussia, and hero the Diplomatic
Corps daily congregate. In the
waiting-room is an old bolu, woin
and dilapidated in appearance, and
it, wilh the bare floor and eane
bottoin chairs, has often aroused the
astonishment of atubasuailitiu who
had expected velvet diw nis and
costly tapestries. iHit tlit t-e aie not
considered neeohiii,t or uff.ni.- of
state, and they haw utile time for
such di-tailh in that busy olllce.
From a Berlin b'tier.
Notice timle r t' U haul i tf clurgcd 111 ce ti
jitr line foi the first linn lien, anil G c.ntt tr Km
tieru luiillllotiul inurtion.
''HE DAILY BULLETIN ?
X n'ii impi-i Vict in p r mom I .
1DIANOS 'Oi rui tt die Vm-lo I)f.
IMiiinuiit. IJiihfiii u KiiiB I'm.
I USICAL lii-'ruua" liif ovirj li .
LtJL cri tun. r i hie cliciip hi he
MllniC Dl'JMrUll' l U.lVnlilll ". iWrtt'O.
klHEET " o "iid iiubhi I'o los.
k7 Km l f .. i ill N1.IJJ H ll lli.illK
int-nliil i-o iuh a tin) .Miiolu Oovariiiiuit,
tlavrtiii.iii ettn (Jo lUi liu
'PAFFY on "u Ktl-Il Tlio genuine
L old itit-hioiied article in all llusors
W now for Milual tlio Muw Untidy Fuc.
tory of Hint & Uo,, Jlietr'- iJlock,
Uoii'I hiieei. iur:it
THE DEssT PAPER t bub-erfou
lor in lliu "Daily lSullutin," 50
cwntB per mouth.
GEEAT CIEABAICE SALE EOE 30 DAYS ONLY !
I hereby beg to inform
n rm icn
adies, Bifissses &l irnnarens Hviusim underwear i
Will be offered at a great sacrifice. T call particular attention that every article must be
closed out in that department. Immense bargains are nfferod in -i
Lacs curtail! id Minn,
Of every description
iO A Large
Mosquito .Nettings reduced to 2 25 a piece ; Try our prices in White Cotton ; Best Brands Dress Ginghams, Percelea,
fast colors ; Calicos, Seersuckers, White Goods, Lawns, Muslins, other large lines of wash
material, etc., are offered at an immense reduction.
Sateenes & Satins reduced; Ladies Cloth, Ladies Tricot sold at cost. Try our Flannel, extra wide, 35c yard; immense
reduction in Black Casscmeres. My entire stock of
GENTS', LADIES' & CHILDRENS' BOOTS & SHOES !
SnumaiT rl ll Foilf
Iiiliiieat, Itents, etc.
I)eath-el:iini8 and Endowments
DivideiuU, Annuitiefc and Puiohitscd
Total to Poliey-holdei s
New Policies Issued
New Insurance Written
fork 01 o Insur&nco So
Divisible Surplus, Co.'s New Standnrd 7,OS2,2!50.25
jTontine " (;,-12.'!,777.i:5
LIAJJILITIES, New State Standard (4 per cent). , SH7U,97-Ufi9.17
SURPLUS, by New Stats Standard (4 per cent) s?i:5,500,000.00
Policies in Force 129,911
Insurance in Force $1 19,880, oOri.OO
PROGRESS IN 1888.
Increase in 1 ntei e?t . . . .
Incioai-e m IJonefiis to Policy-holders
Inoieawe m httriliiri for Dividends
lncicanc in Pieniiunio
luoiciiHc in Total Incomes
Incicagc in Assets
Increase in Insurance Written
Incrcibe in Insurance in Force
" Exclusive of the amount specially reserved as a contingent liability to
'Pontine Dividend Fund.
t Over and above a 4 per cent, rescne on existing policies of that class.
Tin; New York Life issues a greater variety of policies than any other
lifo company, theieby adapting its contracts to the largest number of people.
It has lately poifected a Mortuary Dividend system, under which many of
it policies aiu issued with guaranteed return of all premiums paid, in addi
tion to tho face of the policy, in case of death during a spceilied period.
The leturns on the New York Life's Tontine PolieieK that lime matured
have been linger than those of any other company, companion being made
between policies taken at same ago and premium rate, and running through
tho Mime period of time.
Tho policies of the New York Lifo, ag now ismii d, .ire notably fieo from
restiietioiis as to occupation, residence and travel, and claims iiro pnitl upon
leceipt and appioval by thu Company of aalisi.ictoiy proof of death.
In connection with these statements of the piiucipli's, eiirtoms and suc
cess of the Now York Life, wo give herewith ligures .'Imwin,; tlm avciago
ye.uly bu.-iiiem tiuiio dining five periods cowiiug the Uutupi.'ix '. entile his
tory, and the condition of tho Company at the cud of each pi-nod. These
ligines show a grr.vth as matvelons as it h.is hc-n routiiHini, .mil u pri'MUit
stiength and volii'iie of business that furnish the mwt, iiiupli- nii.iiiinlte.i to
INSURANCE WRITTEN & INSURANCE IM FORCE.
1340-1859, 1 eais..
1800-1809, () vein..
170-1 079, 10 ywirj..
l.iBO-i'.'b'i, " yo.irj..
i.Si-,')-l88fl, 4 yc.uv.,
PREM!UMSRECIVD& AMOUNTS PAID POLICY-HOLDERS.
1845-1859, 15 jv,,iv
1600-1609, 10 ycai
1870-1879. 10 e.ns
1880-lbSi, 5 y..ii
1885-1888, 4 yearn
DEATH-CLAIMS PAID AND
lSlfi-lSfll), If. wai...
lbMMblJil, 10 veins. .
1870-lb7'J, U) yuan..
18b0-lbbl, ,r) years...
lSWi-lbSS, -1 years..,
Number and Date,
15th Bojajrl, Jan., 18(30 ?
25th Ilei.oit, Jan., 1S70
!15th lloport, Jan., 1880
-10th lloport, Jan., 1885
41th llopoit, Jan., 1880
193 2w 70 St
MftBCK 3& 1W.
Corner of Hotel
the general public that during
and immense reductions are
pt i i
The Entire Stock will bo ofrVrod in that Department at Cost.
CR iw B"n-l.tf?I B" rift
etc., etc., etc.
will be closed out. Kid Gloves fi()e :t pair : Silk (Slow- ifc
prices cut m half; Extreme
Henmaxit Table Every Bay of our Clearing- Sale $2
Will be dosed out. at Cost Price. Do not miss this chance.
tSTGOOD" . L.O iroii CiVS3IX 0-Vl"V UttlSCJ -.'HUE SA.I13-a
in iii in 1-in.iiiiiwii nil, ' in uc
- Mrlli Aiiel Mil
0 'JO I
Insuraiioeu.. . .. .
JAN. 1, 1889.
1 ,()..!, 2015 91
. ...$ 2.181, not....
. ... 10,5 19,70 f....
.... 22,2C0,vlSl. ..
. ... 42,029,979...,
. 96,1107,193 ...
Toicc, End of
Average Amount Average Ain't
of Piomiums I i.id Policy-
Received Yearly. holder Yculy.
."? 2.")S,237.47 t i;V,2U.lO
9,213,501.48 5,817,27, .3 i
RECEIPTS FROM INTEREST.
. v 10S.-122.02.
. .. 2,0U .00(5.05..
, ,. 3,521,208.0:1.
....-? K7.100 M
.... 3-17,0b9 08
.. . 2,(110,(110.02
AT VARIOUS DATES.
(No Estimate by
.... $ 2,300,225.21
General Agents Unwaiian Iilaiulu,
& J?'ort Streets.
my Clearance Sale large inducements will be offered,
made in fvcry department.
i j e
mm lhi;k5 m
"fills Dresses, Lacs Cass, Sun BiMts, ate.
bargains m 'Lame Linen iv Napkins. .
S. EHRLBCH, Proprietor.
75 & 77 Fort St EGAN
Freud, Emlisl nil American Dry mil Fancy IMs !
Vltso, ITiixe OuNtom-iiittcle Clotliinur,
Furnishing- Goods, Hats, Caps, Boots, Shoes, &c
I3:eli "XVUi1ioiu, 50 "Sa nSr
Ho. 24 Merchant Street, Near Fort Street.
-Have on hand and For Sale a Full Assoitnicnt of-
All Brands of American Whiskies,
BOURBON, RYE and MONONGAHELA,
In Hulk or Case;
In Glass and Stone .Tars;
Very Fine & Very Cheap Qualities, as are wanted ;
GgK3S, in Large & Small Bottles;
(White or Black), also, STONE JUGS;
OIU 'i-'om Gin, BchI. JBrand in tlio Mnrlcet;
EUROPEAN SHERRIES and PORT !
In Bulk and Catc. All Brands of
American Lager Beer, English Ale & Porter, German Beer, Etc.,
In Pints and Quarts;
Finest Brands of Champagnes, t,i
In Pints and Quarts.
Bittura, Liquors Absinthe,
Apollimiri Water, Kuimiicls, ,.
Very Superior CALIFORNIA WINES,
AH IT1 1.0 Wb
Zinfaiulul, Maliijjsi, Tokay, Iudoira,
Port, Sherry, Riesling-, Hocks, Etc., Etc.
gT All of which will be od AT LOWKST KATES by
TAHITI HAH BOO.
VWT rocuhid a hiipply of Tahiti
' ISanihoo for uialdiij; hiit1!.
iui iw .i. i:. iiitowx & co.
Japanese Employment Agency.
r? -j T T -MOUl wi rt'?
fhm: V-ciUiy Inform thu
fapsg-sfr& puhlio of Honolulu ami thu
UlimiU gciiundly, ihul hi) has (ipom-d a
.Inpauciio Kmploymuiit Olllco at No IK!
Klnu si met, went of Kukimliku hlrcct,
wlicic ho will he ready io promptly 1111
nil moors for .lapamsu help. Knjillsli
ii lid Hawaiian tpolti.'ii. Pull Tclupliono
No. ilU3. Orders from plantation.-, mil.
cited. 105 lw
' I. HI II I I I I I
WALKEE & ItEDWAED,
Contrnutoi-H Jiz lXiilldoi-x.
llrlck, htonu and H'ooik'ii llulldhiKbj td.
liinatea given, Jobbing promptly at
tended to. 10 Kltifc' ottttl. Hell Telo
phoaoNo.2. 1 O.Uox,423. ap-Cly
gap - Ti CT'a.iVI
li i . I
tin uusuriuuuiis i
Milts greatly reduced.
& CO Honolulu, H. I.
iXiitnil Xulcphoiie, :J71
u a tsj "SiV woe
"17011 a plantation, a ktt-ady, well re.
JL commended and capable man.
Iblttf TI1KO. II. DAVIKS & CO.
A Y(VNU German Woman wants a
I'D ,,ilo'i us houtekeeper, scanilreirt
or lnliiin'K nurse. Addiesi "A. S.,
IJin.-n in Olllce. l!K)3t
MHB. MONHOK. Indies' nurse, hu
removed to No. 3, Kukui lane.
US. STEVENSON, accoucheuse
and ladles' nuiso, TcstiinonialB
of '.'a years expuriencc at Queen Char.
lotto Lyiug.ln.tlospital, Loudon, Other
Inland! not objeetol to. Hcsldence,
"Jordnu House." fcthool t'.rcut. P. O.
13ox 470 ; Mutual Tele. 37r. 178 lu
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