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UAIL) HUlil.J.V.HJN ; rJOjNUtUlli 11. I OCTOBKK 10, loim
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FUIDAY, OCT. 10, 18!)0.
0U1U RAILWAY & LAND CO
Tit 'I'rti.c i:ir'i Annum :io. imiii.
1 1 :.Vi
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Sntuida.vs mid .Mniid.ivs only.
J Satiinlajs only.
Slmi .las Mal.cc fiiiin Kmiil
.Stmt VV G Hull fi'.in Muni mihI Hawaii
Scln Lnka fuiiu Kohahi
t-c it-Haled, ilu limn S. Knun unit Mii
Hlmt'U It bishop foi Walnnne, Wiiliilna
and Knnlali nl !) n in
Ilr ship IHi'ii(i'H. I! living, for Ioii
liiml VESSE.S LEAVING TO-MOHROW.
1-iiuisied Schr Olfjii, I Molli'. for Sun
Im.iiicKco lit 1 p in
CARGOES" FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr lliilonktil.i r(J could of wood.
Sluir .las M.ikec lili bundles of jipoii
FOREICN VTSSELS IN PORT.
II KM SAcoiu. Poll. ml. fioni u I'liiNo
l' S S liotptoU lioin S.niiii i
Japanese ui.in-nl-w-.ir 'IViiknli.i - K:i
lioin hull i i:i .ui-li. ili:i
ltk Knmfioiil. Anili'i -mi. 1 1 on i Newcas
tle. h W
IlliK C'iiimicIii. A .l.irnliMill, fioiu Mill
ltk Vclocit, M :i t tin, ficnii Hongkong
lik lib Uei.'l.isliilioih , rniio l.omliiii
Ilk Lnd.v Lump-on, '. dti.v fiom S.m
l!k O 1) lhyant, .lacubsen, from S.m
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
II It M Flagship W.uspile fioin IhilMi
Ur lik Oil win fioin Livcipool, sailed
July in, din' Nov ir-:K
S S Fanillon, H lioiiillehl. fioin
Diego, due Out 10
rf S Atistiiilla, lloiidlettc, fioin
FiaucUco, due Oct 17
HS Mariposa, fioin San Francisco,
S S Zealand!:!, fiom tin1 Colonics,
The 1-mstd .schooner Olga, Captain I
Molle, will sail for San Fiancisco to
iuoiiuw with a full eaigo of sugar.
The bitnc Conuelo w 111 piobably
sail for San Francisco next week, bliu
Is waiting for sugar.
'I ho l!illl.h ship Blengfell, Captain
living, -ailed to-luy in b.illast foi Poit
The baik Riiker has been inov d
fiom Foil street wli.iif to HiewerV
w half to unload hei i-.ugo of geiicinl
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Si.vkkai. coinniuniciitions aie held
iivei for w.mt of apace.
SisrKit I'hoebo, of St. Andrew's
1'iioiy School, is seriously ill.
Haxiwkait, foi Septeniher, was
received to-d.iy, too lule for notice in
1Iawhan C'miiH'il No. (580, A. L.
if H., will hold ilH legiilar monthly
ineuting this evening, at 7:30 o'clock.
A TitAcr or paiccl of land nit tinted
in i'alolo Valley, hclonging to the
stuU of the late ('has. Iong, is
A nov working for Hustaee it
HoburUon hud an ugly fall fiom a
horse on Fort street this morning,
hut luckily escaped with a few
All ndertising accounts duo tho
Hiji.i.etin Oflice up to September oO,
181)1), will bo collected by, and are
payable at the oflice of, Mr. Olms. T.
The October dues of the Steinitz
Chess Club uro now payable to the
lieasurer, Mr. C. M. White, at the
oillce of Hie Hawaiian Hardware Co.'s
nunc on Foit street
I. lltiiiOhTisiN gives notice (o all
pcrwons iudobled to, or having claims
:tgaiust.l. ICnulia, to presonl tlieBnine
for settlement, within two months, at
the ollieo of Jlymnn Bros.
Do not forget the lawn party to bo
given by 'the tilcanui'H to-morrow
afteinoon at tho residonee of Mr. AV.
it. Castlo, fiom It to (i o'clock. For
SurliculaiH boo advcrtisenient.
Tin: moulding shop of tho Union
lion Works was a scone of exciting
interest yesterday aftornoon, tho
moulders of the now and energetic.
Jinn being engaged in woiking oil n
M'lies of iiiouUIh wliieli need up ten
Ions of iron.
At It! o'clock noon lo-inoioiw,
.las, F, Morgan will Mdl at publio
iiuoliou in fiont of bis huIchiooiii,
(tieni) tu'ut, it liorKcs luokrii to miiI
llo mill liurnesHj f dorses broken to
Middle; fi top Ihikiim, I cijmii buggy,
1 liml.ii null t! iimd units, Tonus
0i;ii flWMMK) wnilh of nIijiiiii
jiloiiHliiiiK iniioliliu'iy mill lulhwiy
iiiuliiilnld miiu iuii(iii'd by II, v.
jUiiuiniiimti v ui), uy uiu i mi n. niii.nr
ItiJJJ i;jlIIH!Ui 101, III" IMHV liHIIill
ir I'D,. Hum mi. n m mm
'Jhn I) V
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KnnfAY, Oct. 10.
The House nicL at 10 o'clock, a
quorum heiHg present ten iniiiutes
ut.i'om.s or commiitki s.
Hep. Iloiiltnnn prusenled the u
poitof the judii'i'iry foiiuiiittee on
Ifi'p. Hnlslend's lull to amend Sees.
12 anil I.'!. Laws of IN.sH, H'laliujf
lo the iiiipoiiiiiling of esiias. The
bill repeals that pail of the law
which piovidcs tliat stray pigs may
be killed when their owneis are not
known, and Hint instead tlicy be im
pounded like oilier animals; nlso
Unit tlie pound fee be reduced fioin
SI to oO cents. The committee
think the pinvision for pig killing is
:i ;ond one and should he retained,
but recommend that the amendment
for Hit reduction of the fee be
passed. Hep. W. II. Ilalstead dis
sented from the committee in regard
to the killing matter.
Hep. Ivnnealii opposed the majority
reporl. All animals should lie treat
Hep. U. V. Wilox moved the
pi e ions question, which eartied.
Hep. Ilalstead said (he bill was
introduced at the request of his
constituents, who wanted to have
the indiscriminate shooting of pigs
stopped. It was a hardship. The
liberty was frequently abused.
The majority icporl was adopted,
the hill lo be lead a third lime Mon
day. Noble Isenbeig piesenled tho 14c-
poitof the education committee on
Hep. Hiekard's bill regaiding the
roiupulsoiy school age of children,
1 ('commending thai it be laid on (lie
table, as a bill on the same subject
had alieadv been disposed of this
session. Hep. Ilookano dissented
fiom the icst ot the committee in
regni d to the bill being against, the
Hep. Hickaid moved the icporl be
laid on the table lo be considered
with the hill.
Hep. ICanealii moved the icpoit
Noble I'aiker thought it was un
necessary lo put the question. He
had signed the leport, in consequence
of the President's tilling on the San
Diego steamer matter.
Noble Marsden contended that
the bills weie on distinct subjects.
l?cp. liirkard said the lirst bill
lowered the compulsory school age,
wheieas this one did not. It sim
ply provided that the children could
be released from school at thirteen
if they have reached a certain stan
dard of proficienc3'.
Hep. l'aehaole argued that the
object was iudcntical in both bills,
being to release children of thiiteen
from having to attend school.
Rep. Nawahi was in favor of
tabling the report to be considered
with "the bill, which was not the
same as the former bill. It would
encourage children to be diligent in
their studies, so that they could have
tlnce years of school curtailed.
The President sail the bill started
out differently, but seemed to arrive
at nearly the same object. There
was a good deal of what they called
"whipping round the stump" in the
preparation of this bill, but he did
not care about ruling it out of order.
He would leave it lo the judgment
of the House.
Laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Noble Isenberg presented the re
port of the education committee on
Rep. Rice's bill to prohibit the sale
of tobacco to children under sixteen
years or age. lhey submit an
amended bill which they recommend
be printed and passed.
Rep. Rosa reported bills printed
from the printing committee.
Rep. l'aehaole presented the report
of the select committee on the reso
lution of Rep. Waip'uilani, to appro
priate 800 as a pension to the
widow of ofllcer Simeona of Kona.
They find that the ollicer was killed
in the discharge of his duty, leaving
a widow and six children. They
recommend that an item of the
amount and for the purpose named
be inserted in the Appropriation
Laid on the table lo be considered
with the bill.
Rep. l'aehaole presented the re
port of the select committee of
thirteen on Molokai matters, upon
the bill relating to the duties of ko-
kuas. They believe thnt the duties of
koktias should be defined by law to
prevent disputes, and recommend
certain amendments to the bill with
which it should pass. Signed by
Laid on the table to be considered
with the bill.
Hep. Nawahi presented a resolu
tion to appropriate SJIOO for Win.
Sheldon, the Customs ollicer who
Kcl.ed the opium at Kalitilui which
was aftcrwiud stolen,
Laid on the table to bo considered
witli the Appropriation Hill.
Hop. Ilookano presented 11 rno
liitlou that tlio jnujorlly icportof
the Judiciary coiniullteu oil petition
of Chinese, incrt'limilH (or removal of
'curtain ruHtrietioiis liu litkuu fimn
llm Inblu will) lliu hill on tint bull.
Juct uinl coiiHidurml, ('tinlui
Hun. Hrmvii innvril Una Hi m
)oi Mm mlonlwil. Tliu puilllnn "im
klmiml l.v I'lulilv iiinl oild iniuoliuiiK
iiimI lliu lilll In MtiiHiiiluiitni therm) llli
HijUiprlfUH IiJih Mmlilvr nf l-'oii'liiii
Mm, . I11 ii ilkiiiniJoii, U) ruuili
111' IIM'IJUU MUJIJIIIIjp !Jll)U)JJJ!t
in the case of a Chinese uieichuil
having I lie counliy. There weie
Chinese nicichauts hcie of twenty
or thiity years residence, who could
he idcntilled by people here as well
as if they deposited a photograph.
The bill did not bind the Minister
to waive the piovision, but permit-
led him to do so after consultation I
with his colleagues.
Mnnsier IN tei son asked that the
leport and bill lie read, which was
done, lie thought this was hardly
the time foi remitting Chinese ie
strict ions. As to th.il paitoflhe
reporl regaiding Chitiee who have
taken the oatli of allegiance, the S11
pieuic Court had already decided
that such Chinese did not leqqire to
take out a passport. They recom
mended I hat meuibei'b of the mer
cantile community be not icquired to
deposit photographs. "Meicautile
community" was a very wide term.
Did it include eveiy Chinese store
keeper that sold lifteen cents' woilh
11 day? The policy of the present
Government was to naturalize Chi
nese met chants of long standing
who might so desire. If they once
opened the door for getting through
the Restrict ion Act there was no
saying how serious would be the
results. The provisions sought to
be overcome by the bill were not
great liaidships at the worst. He
moved that the report be laid on the
Hep. l'.iehaole saw no harm in
adopting the icport. The bill only
provided for icleasing well known
Chinese fiom nu obnoxious regula
tion, by which they were degraded.
Rep. Hush approved of the stand
the Ministry look on this question.
II an amendment was to be made,
let the provision be abolished for
eveiy Chinaman. They should .lie
careful about making looser the laws
to check Chinese inunigiatioH.
While some of these he believed
were unconstitutional, by tampering
with Ihem they might get farther
into the nnre. The Constitution
'ought to be altered .so that the
whole question could be squarely
inel, lint, pending the accomplish
ment of that object, he considered
that the Ministry weie standing
Rep. Nawahi spoke in faorof the
report, moving recess before being
Recess from 12 to 1 :!10.
THE PLANTERS IN COUNCIL.
llllll AND I. VST lVV.
The Planters assembled again
council this morning at 0:110 o'clock,
vice-president Atherton calling the
meeting to order. Minutes of the
previous meeting were read by se
cretary Smith and appioved.
On behalf of the committee hav
ing tlie matter of Chinese immigra
tion under consideration, it was
stated that, the matter would be
presented to the Legislature, by
means of a special committee, in the
shape of a lull, the following being
the provisions of the various sec
1 That tlie Minister of Foreign
Affairs, upon the wiitten approval
of the Board of Immigration, shall
issue special residence permits to
parsons engaged in agriculture as
may prove by oath that such arc
necessary for the carrying on of
such enterprise. The bearer who
presents it for entry may remain live
years; bearer shall not engage in
any other occupation than that of
agricultural laborer : if out of em
ployment or in any other ocoupatipn
bearer may be arrested and return
ed to China ; one fifth of money due
shall be forwarded by employer to
Board of Immigration, to cease
when laborer has a deposit credit of
GO dollars ; Board pay return pass
age of laborer out of said deposits ;
other occupation or desertion for
feits deposits to Hawaiian Govern
ment; bearer shall not exercise
right of Hawaiian citizen but be con
fined to term and employment nam
ed in permit.
'&. i'ermits may be lilled on pre
sentation to Customs ollicer.
3. Presentation of permit binds
person to terms.
1. Laborers amenable to existing
laws for desertion or refusal to work.
f. Penalty to employer for fail
ing to notify Inspector of Immi
grants of desertions.
G. Expenses incurred by employer
by desertion of laborer lo bo paid
7. Penalty to persons giving em
ployment orassistancc to deserting
8. Cliaigc of one dollar by Minis
ter of Foreign Affairs for each per
mit, !). Term of refcideiicc may be ex
tended by Minister.
'lO. Registry and description of
laborers to be taken on arrival.
11. Penalty for laboiers remain
ing without authority after expira
tion of term of permit.
12. Minister or Hoaid niilliori.eil,
iu their discretion, to enter in argu
ments with etc.
Secretary Smith read a reply from
Mr. Marques in regard to his posi
tion iu the matter nf Portuguese
Immigration. Accepted and placed
011 II I e.
.1. F, I lack fold read 11 copy of 11
letter from Mr, Cm I Ilounch ,lr
dated llreiiien, July ( at, mid m
droned to the Hllicnii of Imiiilgiti
linn mid on tliu subject of Poilu
giiDvn liniiiignilioii. Ilounuli btuiiul
llmlurPiiL luiliimiiiiiintH wmu being
offurtnl for ''nrdiidiiuH! Iiiimiurulioii
10 1 in Arriimu coiniilim. 11 nn
Inifiii Mt Uiu Voii'Hln May iiimI llm
llovvriiiir lliyrti ImiJ ilLiliul lo linn
llllll PlJiJH UIIOII UIU UipJll Hi) Villi'
ui hi'iilior UiiiittMjirii pi1 I'ajiu
gUiMe consul at Honolulu) lie should
insist thai (lie piuvisious compelling
I'ortimuese laboieis to work atnight
should be stricken out of labor con
tracts and further I hat. the passage
of all who desired to go should lie
paid without limiting the number of
children. In a subsequent, per
sonal letter dated .Inly 20, Mi.
Ilneiich slated 1 lint the l'ortugupue
Covet tiineul hid increased the in
ducements lo immigrants for Iheir
Afrloan colonies. The Secictaiy
read a letter from .1. M. Vivas rela
tive to Hie obtaining of laborers fiom
the Portuguese possessions in India.
On motion the Idler was referred to
tlie Trustees for consideration. On
no ion, n vote of thanks was tend
cud lo Secretary Smith, in itcognl
lion of his sei vices, lo which tlie
recipient responded in fitting terms.
t At 10:.'10, on motion, tlie meeting
o'f the IManters' Labor & Supply
Co. for 1800, was adjourned xi'ii?
ANOTHER WORKIHGMAN SPEAKS.
Kditoii Ri't. i.i.i in:
Woikingmen se and feel the
planters me again alleinptiug lo
play them for fools in the Chinese
innnigiation matter. Their sugges
tions and amendments all show their
wish lo leave loop holes for them
selves, while they appear to be
woi king in our interests. Now, Mr.
ICditor, we have been hoodwinked
loo Dflen, and do not again propose
to have ourselves and families placed
in the background and made :i sec
ondary consideration by the wealthy.
We arc perfectly willing that plant-
eis have all the necessary labor they
require, but sucli labor must be so
regulated by law thai our trades,
our work, etc., will not suffer as
We demand that a bill be inlio
duccd which will do justice to the
mechanic and laboiers lirst, and
secondly, but justly, relieve the
planting interests. Too long have
we been hoodwinked by politicians
of both sides and are last losing
faitli in both patties.
Now is the oppoitunity for liberal
men no matter what their politics
to prove their loyalty by extend
ing piotection to labor. Fairplay is
a jewel, and will prove an especi
ally valuable one at this time.
AnOI HKtt WoitKlNV.MAV.
London, Sept. 20. Tliu Daily
Telegraph says that the repoit that
Osman Pasha, Hie hero of Plevna,
was drowned in tho Turkish man-of-war
F.rtogroul is Incorrect. Tlie
Osman Pasha on board the ill-fated
vessel was a Vice-Admiral in tlie
A MEETING of the stockholders of
tlio'Wainie.'i Sugar Mill Company
will be held on MONDAY, the tilth diy
of October, at 10 o'clock a. si., at tlie
olllceoJll. W. Schmidt & Sons. Foi t
stieet. II. LOSE,
!7!l ilt Sceietarv W. S. M. Co.
FOR SALE !
On account of dep.utiire Dr. A. It.
Carter will -ell at a tensonable lale:
1 STUDEBAKER BUCRBOARD,
1 Top Tttakc, In excellent condition;
1 Set Single Harness,
1 Driving Mare, i Saddle Mare.
I make a specialty of lepalrlng tine
Watches, Clocks, Jewelry, Etc.,
And guarantee llrst-elass -work at
model ate pi lee's.
Hotel bt., tinder the "Aillngton."
Tlie Crystal -Soda, Worts
Ibis leinnved to the rbe-pioof
St I-sTinf isitireet.
Oil in. IT'irowocxI,
lliii, lillAIW llHU lllllUi -iAfpWHliil'nii KliiUfeliri'l , ,,m, Ka, ., v . '
i I n.umiiii iH'tiniiiwl hi' ' ", hA'', n " M
II illlkl MTMlli'il III illilllHlli) " !" MRM M'. U HI. Iiuifiri'i iu i " ' ir i in k ii1 0 rt . MM
A Delightful Entertainment!
'PIIK (lleaiiciV SneleU will ghe n
1 l.iwn I'.itlv TU-MOKKOV (Mt
nid.iv; AFTKI.'NOON, al the ieldence
of V It. Cintlc, Mil hit of Kill III llllll
Victoila ill. ft, fiom 11 to II o'clock.
Ailmlxslii 1 oO eeiil"i no CNtiii cliaige
for iffiixluui'iiw. T. mils u Mil ci liquet
'cl- on liu- gionuil. 1 aie 1 ullod.
1. so -Ji
.llHt leci-bi'd es link "I'.ilkei"
bum I niidoii,
FIVE OF THE ABOVE PIANOS
TIicm- lii-.liiiuicnts have been acknow
ledged li.v all the leading musicians id
tlie day In 1m the vei v eonee .mil epi
tome of all that is
SOUND, GOOD & TRUE,
In tlie pi eductions of the most renowned
makeis hi the woild.
Tta Asclrtn Pianos !
Iliive lepealedly been ued b the lead
ing plaiiNts of the day lit al'l'lhe piln
cip.il conceits in London and the con
tinent of Kiiiope.
BfifKvPiy bistiiiinent Is guaranteed
to lie of Hie be-l m.iieil.ils and la Mu
lshed in tlie mint siipeihir scin cei v
tsr rt -aie by
i!7S 1 .'in. Foil A. Queen slieits.
DRAYM EN .
All niilei-. forc.utMgc pinuiptlyattcnili'd
to. I'.niictilir aitciitliiu v
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good hi ti.in-it lo tlie othei M mils.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest piiees.
JSST Oitipk: Xet dooi lo .l.i. F.
Moig.ui's auction 100111.
oct tl Mutual Telephone No. 19. lS'io
CAPTAIN II. Llghtbody, of the link
"HIikiM," will not lie icspoiiiihln
for any debts contracted by bis crew
without Ids wiitten older. Ii77 tf
ALL per-ons, wlio are indebted to
the estate of Chili. Iliiain, aie
icipu'-tcil in make immediate settle
ment lo Mis. Clias. Iliiaui, or to
077 I w DAVID DA YTOX.
rpiIE Dwelling and Heautl
X. fill Grounds belonging
lo fi. Hleniensclineider. foil
ruiiciuiowl sliccl. lnuiilieor
Ii7il Jw V.O. SMITH.
J BURNISHED Rooms, sin
gle or iu suiteis; aUo
Kiable-ioom. Apply "No.
27." Alakca stieet. ' (!78 Iw
A TWO Iloomed Cottage,
furnished or iiiifiu-iii-dicd,
on Liiima stieet.
AVERY Convenient and
Deshable Cottage nir
liUlicd or unfurnished, near
the old baseball gioiind at Makiki Ap
ply at Gl'LICK'S AOENCY,
ii7". If ilK Meieliiuil t-tieet.
SUITE of Ttuee Xlcely
Furnished Itonms, two
bcdinoins and pallor, on
Punchbowl stieet near Palace Walk;
suitable for two rlugle gentlemen.
lilll If II. F. HEBKAKI).
A HOUSE nu YounKlieei
near Thointis .sipiiue,
vvllli llie iooiim mid Imlli:
also stable nccoiumoil.ilioiis for live
hoihiv. Apply ul
lililltt . Kol t Hi eel.
Mji npiIE Fiiinlluin of a live
jfttMt JL iiioin i-otiiipi eoinplfte,
UHHn for hoiif-ekeniiluK. Cottage
ceniially located mid to let at a leahou
able leiiial, liuiihe ut thl oltice,
TO LIST or LISA SIC
u4 A COTTAOH on Kln
AffirMm J htiei'l, Willi looiiis,
UMHUl bicludhiK kid hen, i le,; nile
hIiiii well wutui'i Kliihlo and nuilum-i','.,
' Atlll. FKIINAN'lli;..
D7.I tf At I). 0. Iliill A Mm1.
HTOIttSH TO LKT,
f pWDhiiiicitoii Kliiplii'i'i
I rnuii i ii nciMiiui
NOW IS THE TTMK
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Arc now selling their Bonds, and upon easy terms. The additional fen
lure of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following arc a few of J.hc many attractive forms offered by this
oiiginal aud progressive Company:
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINTLIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, Us payments prompt and cei lain, and its
(From the Areo York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
Tim Largest, IJusinons Ever Transacted by a Ijile Assur
The new business of the Kquitable l!ifc Assurance Society of New
York for the lirst quarter of ihe present year is reported to exceed Fifty
Million Doi.laus. This is at the rate of txoo hundred millions of amir
miceor the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
ta!f"Informalion cheei fully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the tindei signed at his oltice.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Societ
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
UOKNHIt llOTISri &
FOR THE REDUCTION SALE
SATURDAY, Oct. 4th.
S. EHRLICH & CO.,
Corner Hotel & Fort Streets.
You can find the Latest Styles of
Ladies', Misses' & Children's, Hats,
Leading : lYIillinery : House
Chas. J.'Fishel. Cor. Fort & Hotel Sta. v-
FOR SALE !
E "ADOXIR" A "BLENGFELL"
From Eime anil Late Arrivals from tie Umy states.
"Royal Cluli" I
G. H. Mumm & Co.
llennessy ',1 Stai
Do Liiiifjo JmIk 1 Slur
GoiiMile. & Co. Ti Crown f
.lohn Exsdiaw Kxtia No. 1 J
lnley Blend Scotch
Bourbon, 1881, in bulk
Caitadiaii Itye, 1882, iu bulk
I ...... UI 1 r.i.i
FieiloriekHhure, San .lose )
BASS'S ENGLISH ALE, GUINNESS'S DUBLIN STOUT,
EUROPEAN PORTS and SHERRIES,
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