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meers & iron jrotuiaeis.
Office & Works, :
Sugar Machinery, Irrigating Machinery, Steam Engines,
Steam Boilers, Juice Tanks, Cooler?, Molasses Tanks, Sugar Carf,
Cane CarB, Elevators, Conveyors, Furnace Fittings,
Wrought & Cast Iron Work for House Builders,
Water Wheels & Gearing, Bar Iron, Etc., Etc., Etc.
Diffusion Machinery in all its Branches.
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Hole AsenttCIInw.illaiiBlHlniirtN tor the
PELIOW WATER WHEEL
Repairs of all kinds
Special' Bargains in All DeprlMt at
B. F. EHLERS & OO.'S.
White Dress Goods, in striped, at
10 cents yard.
Victoria Lawn, lOy piece, for 75
All colors Mohee Silk, $1.25 and
$1.50, formerly $2.50 yard.
All wool Plaids, reduced for 50 and
75 cents yard.
SOLD AT AND BELOW COST PRICE !
Dressmaking under the management of Mihs CLARK.
Having removed our SODA WORKS
IVO. 29 JOJRJ?
We are now prepared to furnish at short notice, and of prime quality, any
of the following High Class Aerated Beverages :
Plain, Sweet, Lemon, Straitory or Crei Sofia.
Sarsaparilla, Sarsaparilla & Iron "Water, and Crab
Using"Jexclusively the HYATT PURE WATER SYSTEM.
HOLL.i8T.ER & CO.,
FOBT OTBMKT. ::;:::' HOMOHILI1.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
FJL.ANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
I'LANTATION H UWL 1 XX,
HOUSE FURNJSJL1INkQj GOOPS
Ki tclie n U tonsils, Paints, Oils,
Blake's Stoam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox fi GILbs, tf Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr, Jayne fi Sons Family Medicines,
The "flail" Bulletin Week!" Summary "
$ ti$9 Ul tellf!!! f 'J'iiM H Jty.tr Jo jij Am4j
of Machinery done at
reasonable i ate and
Embioideries, dress lengths, only
$5 and $7 piece.
Black Laces & Flouncings, at your
All styles of Curtains & Drapeiy,
Gents' Undeiweai, White Shuts,
Sock, Etc., Etc.
to more commodious quarters
MachiuiHta & Plum tiers' Tools,
Varnishes, Lain)) Goods and
The House Vesumed at 1 :-ir, and
went into committee of tlie whole,
Hop. Kanealii in the chair, for the
f ui ther consideration of the lahor
Sec. 3 provides for special resi
dence permits for laborers with
Noble Crabbe moved to strike out
all relating to photographs, owing to
the provision for (Jhotograpldhg hav
ing been struck out.
Cutrietlt and the section passed as
Sec. 4 provides that the presenta
tion of a permit shall he held to be
a consent of the person presenting it
to all of its terms. Passed.
Sec. 5 provides that a deserter
shall be subject to the penalties al
ready existing lor that offense, be
sides those contained in this bill.
Sec. G provides that an employer
must notify the Inspector of Immi
grants of the desertion of a laborer
under this Act, and that, the photo
graph ) the deserter shall bo post
ed up in every district of the King
dom. Hep. Brown moved to stuko out
all the photogiaph iefei dices.
Noble Mullur moved an amend
ment, accepted by Rep. Uronn, to
substitute directions as to notices
without the photographs.
Cariied, and the section passed as
Spc. 7 provides that all expenses
on account of the desertion and ar
restjof a laborer shall be paid out of
his wages. Passed.
Sec. 8 provides that an employer
failing to give notice' of a deserter
shall be guilty of a misdemeanor,
arid upon conviction thereof shall be
lined not less than zo nor more
than 100. Passed.
Sec. 9 provides that any person
harboripg or employing a deserter
shall be guilty of a NiiBdemeanor,
and upon convection thereof shall be
fined not less than $5 nor more than
JTobe Crabbe moved an amend
ment to make the minimum $25 and
the maximum $100. Carried, and
the section passed as amended.
Sec. 10 provides for a fee of $1 to
the Government for every permit.
Sec. 11 piovidcsthat expenses for
photogiaphs shall be paid bj' who
ever gets the perpnts.
Rep. Brown moved it be struck
Rep. Lucas moved it be retained.
He understood that the Minister was
to have photographs taken if he
The section was struck out.
Sec. 12 (now 11) provides for an
extension of permits on expiration
for a term not exceeding five ycai s.
Sec. 13 (now 12) provides for a
registry of laborers to be kept by
the Board of Immigration.
Rep. Brown moved an amendment
to correspond with a previous sec
tion. Carried, and the section pass
ed as amended.
Sec. 14 (now 13) provides that
any person admitted to the King
dom under this Act, who shall be
found in the Kingdom after the ex
piration of his permit, or shall trans
fer his permit to another person be
fore its expiration, or do anything
contrary to this Act, shall be guilty
of a misdemeanor and, upon convic
tion thereof, shall be lined not ovei
$200 or imprisoned at hard labor not
over two months, and after satisfac
tion of his sentence shall be held in
custody, at' his own expense, till he
can be sent to China.
Minister Peterson moved an
amendment embracing violation of
the regulations of the Bonn! of Im
migration as one of the things con
stituting a misdemeanor. Carried.
Rep. Brown moved to make the
limit of imprisonment twelve months.
Noble Widemann thought it sulli
cient that the laborer, after serving
two months, was to be kept in cus
tody tifl deported,
The amendment lost and the sec
tion as previously amended passed.
Sec. 14. This Act shall take
effect and become a law from and
after the day of its approval. Pro
vided, however, that should the Ha
waiian Government at any time after
the approval of this Act enter into a
Labor Convention with the Empire
of China, then and jn such case the
Cabinet may in their discretion, alter
due notice given by publication in
two newspapers printed and publish
ed in Honolulu, suspend the provi
sions and operations of this Act.
The title and enacting clause
Rep. Brown moved that tho com
mittee rise and recommend that the
bill as amended in committee pass
to engrossment, and that bill 1U1H
be laid on the tiible. Can led.
Iie, ICatieulil presented the re
puit of tho committee of tlio whole,
Noble Baldwin moved Unit tint
repoit bo adopted,
Noble Miller moved Unit the in
port bit adopted with the exception
of Huo, 8, in wliloli liu moved the i).
pod ho iimundcil by putting $2tiu in
pltiuu of $76 at tint amount of Hm
iiiiiUr' homl. Ilu inovwl Unit tin
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uUentimi iq llnlu ), nlilcli forlmdu
m injyjiiiw hjvliw it iPijii!Hii' lie
mm Iii m mwUiw JAP mm
mill liii) ijkiii i Hilton y la Lii
aoituiiuw, & i,v itovhmbhb u, ibho.
ther members who were rjlajilera'
could vote in this case.
Pf Noble Macfarlane hoped thp hon.
Noble would withdraw his. motion.
This was.onc of 'tlie most crious
matters which had ever buoa dealt
with by the Legislature. Whilo he
was not satisfied with the attitude of
the planters on the bill, there would
be an opportunity to submit amend
ments on thild reading.
The President ruled that, the mat
ter being one in which every person
in the Kingdom was Interested, tho
planters in the House should not be
debarred from voting.
The report was adopted on a show
Noble Mullcr appealed from tho
ruling of the chair.
Noble Baldwin said that if mem
bers who were thoroughly disinter
ested could alone vote on measures,
there would be very few votes cast
in this House.
Noble Muller withdrew his ap
peal. Noble Widemann said the bill
had all along been called one for
the lelief of planlcs, and recog
nizing it as such he for one declined
to vote on the passage of tlie bill.
1HI.I.S ON TUIltU HKADINH.
Third reading of bill for electric
Noble Cornwi'll moved that the
bill be indefinitely postponed. His
reason was that lie did not believe
in this Government giving an ex
clusive franohise to any piivate cor
poration. Nobles Phillips and Marsden
Except on tobacco.
Noble Cornwell There's no ex
clusive franchise on tobacco. The
applicants did not bind themselves
to buy the Government plant. As
tthey bound themselves not to use
an alternating current, and the
Government plant was run by such
a cui rent, they could not buy that
plant. Tho fovenue from tho in
candescent lamps was nearly enough
to pay for the street lighting' arc
system. Therefore lie moved that
tlie bill be indefinitely postponed.
Noble Marsden thought if theie
was any "steal" in the bill it could
be struck out. He would move an
amendment requiring the Minister
of tlie fnterior to have the concur
rence of the Cabinet in selling the
plant. Also, to strike out the sixth
section with the exclusive franchise."
Also, to amend Sec. 3 by striking
out the prohibition of the alternat
ing current, and inserting instead a
provision that the works shall be
maintained so as to 'be without
danger to life. It was impossible to
operate electric lights without an
alternating curreni, which would be
transformed before reaching the
Noble Widemann was willing to
vote for indefinite postponement, but
not for the reasons given by the hon.
Noble from Maui. The cost of the
plant to be sold was not so very
gieat as bad been represented, but
it was folly for anyone to say that
the house lighting paid for the
street-lighting. Verj' few of those
who wanted electric lights from the
Government could get them, al
though thousands on thousands of
dollars had been spent on the works.
The street lighting itself was very
indifferently performed, only a few
favored places being sulljoiei.tly
lighted. There was not enough
power in that Nuuanu establishment
for the woik attempted. He hoped
nobody would be foolish enough to
attempt to furnish light under 'this
Noble Baldwin said it should not
be forgotten that the lighting of
Honolulu was paid for by the whole
country. If the house lighting
branch of the Government service
helped to pay for the street lighting,
it would be an injustice to the conn-'
try to part with the bianch from
which there was some profit to 'the
treasury. The expenditures for the
benetit of Honolulu were out of pro
portion to those fpr tlje benefit of
the country districts. The House
should understand that the street
outlay was a dead expense to the
treasury, and that for an extra
thousand dollars the seven hundred
and odd incandescent lamps were
run, bringing in a revenue to the
Government. He had no objection
to a company starting a plant and
furnishing private lighting, but he
did object to giving a company an
exclusive franchise and to the Gov
ernment plant being sacrificed. There
was no guarantee that the company
would buy the plant, and if not it
would be left dead stock on the
hands of the Government. There
fore he would support the motion
for indefinite postponement.
Noble Macfarlane had heard a
good deal outside and itiaceitain
newspaper about this" bill being a
steal. Although he did not know
who were tho promoters of the bill,
he hud no reason to believe
there was any steal in it. He be
lieved that the transfer of house
lighting to a company would be In
the Interest of economy. There was
no evidence of the department being
so prolltuhlo as has been alleged. A
large expenditure on account of the
electric lighting had been charged
to tho water works, Tlie matter
might safely bo left In the hands of
tho Cabinet, who would nut loud
tliiuustius to any Html.
Noble Omnttull wnld if the noin.
pimy did not elmoau to jmy a fair
irlim, tlm plant would liu left on tlm
IniiiilMif I liu (iihurinimiii.
, Nnlilii I'iiillhii wulil thin If llm !
(Jliilvi friintilili" Mi ttliuuli Hud (lit
ilsiil wuulij Iw lufi uji Ui limuls u
wrJiu tot mmn & ii)' mm
lighting wns well done now. The
city was loft In darknoss last night.
The suburbs were not lighted at all.
Noble Mullcr moved to strike out
Sees. 5 and 8.
Noblo J. M. Homer said that the
Government furnished the lights at
GO cents, and would reduce the rate
if the House had granted the appro
priation asked. Tho company was
to charge 70.r cents. This made a
difference of thousands of dollurs
agajnst the people of Honolulu
themselves, besides which the street
lighting would have to be paid for out
of the treasury. The Government
would he able to Improve the ser
vice, if it had not been for the con
spiracy in this House to root it out
Noblo Marsden said the hon. No
ble was assuming what was not in
the bill in his comparison of charges.
Rep. Brown had been Informed
by one of the first electricians of the
country that, tf the works were ex
tended to give enough power for all
the lighting desired, new storage
reserv'oirs would have to bo con
structed or else the extra amount of
water be let run to waste. Under
the circumstances he thought it
would be a public advantage for a
company to take over the house
lighting, hut he was opposed to any
Rep. Paehaole would support in
definite postponement and, if that
failed, would vote for striking out
the objectionable features" of the
bill. From the first section every
thing in the hill was a giveaway
from the Government.
The ayes and noes were called on
the motion to indefinitely postpone
the bill, which carried on the fol
lowing vote :
Ayes Ministers Cummins, Brown
and Spencer i Nobles Wide
mann, Pua, Kauhane, J. M.
Homer, Hind, Parker, Baldwin,
W. Y. Horner, Cornwell Walbridge,
Anderon, Von Tempsky and G. N.
Wilcox; Reps. Brown, Cuinmings,
Kaulu, Waipuilani, Apiki, Paehaole,
Kanealii, Cockett, Halstead, Kamai,
.Knudsen, ,Rice and A. S. Wilcox
Noes Minister Peterson : Nobles
"Berger, Macfarlane, Mullcr,wPuil-
dips and Marsden; Reps. Lqcas, R.
V. Wilcox, Rosa, Baker, Kahooka
no and White 12.
Noble Baldwin, on being called,
said that after saying he should vote
I for amending the bill, he found that
it gave a fifty-year lease of valuable
property, and he did not consider it
right to alienate such property for
I such a period.
Noble Widemann, on being called
ja second time, said his vote was im-
jinalerial, the bill being defeated
,he would vote aye.
Rep. Brown, on a second call,
was still doubtful.
A motion to reconsider the vote
Recess from 3 :55 to 7 :30.
The House resumed at 7:38.
Rep. Brown moyed the suspension
of the rule against smoking. Car
ried. Third reading of bill supplement
ary to Chap. 37, Penal Code, and
providing for the expulsion from the
Kipgdom of idle and disorder!' per
Minister Peterson movpd the bill
Third reading of hill to promote
the cultivation and manufacture of
tobacco, and granting certain spe
cial rights and privileges to Wm. H.
Rep. Hookauo moved that the bill
Third reading of bill to amend
certain Articles of the Constitution.
Rep. Brown moved that, to save
any question arising, the ayes aud
noes be called on each section.
Sec. 1, to amend Aiticle 48, re
lating to tho King's veto, passed on
the following vote :
Ayes Ministers Cummins, Brown,
Spencer and Peterson; Nobles
Wjdcmann, Berger, Walker, Muller,
Kauhane, J. M. Horner, Hind, Par
ker, Marsden, Baldwin, W. Y. 'Hor
ner, Cornwell, Walbridge, Anderson,
von Tempsky and G. N. Wilcox;
Reps. Brown, R. W. Wilcox, Kauui,
Nawahi, Baker, Horner, Kahookano,
Waipuilani, Apiki, Paehaole, White,
Kanealii, Cockett, Halstead, Knudsen'
and A. S. Wilcox 30.
Sec. 2, to amend Article 5G, relat
ing to the qualification of candidates
for Noble, passed on the following
Ayes Ministers Cummins, Brown,
Spencer aud Petorson ; Nobles
Widemann, Berger, Walker, Muller,
Kauhane, J. M. Horner, Hind,
Parker, Marsden, Baldwin, W. Y.
Horner, Cornwell, Walbridge, Ander
son, yon Tempsky, and G. N. Wil
cox; 'Reps. Brown, R. W. Wilcox,
Kauhi, Nawahi, Baker, A. Hgrner,
Kahookano, Waipuilani, Apiki, Pae
haolo, White, Kanealii, Cockett,
Halstead, Kmidson and A. S. Wil
Sec, ), to ii mend Ai tide 51), ru
luting to qualification of voteiH for
Nobo, whs load,
Noble Muller moved to ainiind the
Income qualification by Inserting
$151) for (HI0, host,
Tim nuiondmoiit piiawd aw In tlm
bill on tlm following yotm
Kpuimor mill PpluihOlii Nnlie
Wlilniiiiinii, llcignr, Wnll.rr, Mullur,
Kiiiilniim, .1. M llornor, Hind, hir
KWi MHUMIWIi IIHIIIWIll, IV. Y, lor
lll'll tHHIP'IVMI IfHiiir
mil) am ' miiwNy w
wjj iitfjui ummu
Horner, Kahookano, Apiki, Pap.
haoio, Cockett, Halstead, Knudsen
and A. S. Wilcox. 31.
Noes Reps R. W. Wilcox,
Baker, Waipuilani, White qnd Kami-alli-5.
Noblo Widemann, on being called,
said the amendment did not suit
linn exactly, but he tiusted cveiy
member would wotfi aye.
Noble Muller, on the vote being
announced, said lie had moved an
amendment which was lost, but, ai
only nine members had voted against
$P00, he desired to change his vote
from no to aye if other members
who had voted ifr) would do like
wise. Noblo Berger and Reps. Kauhi
and Nawahi changed their votes
from no to aye. ,
Sec. 4, to amend Article CO, pro
viding that no person shall sit in the
Legislature except under the provi
sions of this Constitution, passed on
the following vote:
Spencer and Peterson ; Nobles
Widemann, Berger, Walker Mac
farlane, Muller, Kauhane, J. M.
Horner, Hind, Parker, Maisden,
Baldwin, W. Y. Horner, Cornwell,
Wulbtidge, Anderson, Von Temp
sky aud G. N.Wilcox: Reps. Brown,
R. W. Wilcox, Kauhi, Nawahi,
Baker, A. Horner, Kahookano,
Waipuilani, Apiki, Paehaole, White,
Kanealii, Cockett, Halstead, Knud
sen and A. S. Wilcox 3C.
Sec. 5, amending Article 02, re
lating to qualification of voters for
Representative, passed on the fol
lowing vote :
I Spencer and Peterson; Nobles
Widetnan, Berger, Walker, Muller,
I Kauhane, J. M. Homer, Hind, Par
ker, Marsden, Baldwin, W. Y. Hor
ner, Cornwell, Walbridge, Ander
son, Von Tempsky and G. N. Wil-
coq; Keps. mown, it. w. wucox,
Kauhi, Nawahi, Baker, Horner, Ka
hookano, Waipuilani, Apiki, Pae
haole, White, Kanealii, Cockeit,
Halstead, Knudsen and A. S.Wilcox
Sec. 0, making a new Article, re
lating to special legislation for labor
immigrants, passed on the following
Ayes Ministers Cummins,Bi own,
(Spencer and Peterson; Nobles
J Widemann, Berger, Walker, Muller,
Kauhane. J. iu. iiorner, tiino, rar
ker, JUarsden, Baldwin, W. Y. Hor
Iner, Walbridge, Anderson, Von
(Tempsky and G. N. Wilcox,; Reps.
(Brown, Horner, Waipuilani, Apiki,
I Paehaole, Cockeit, Halstead, Knud
sen and A. S. Wilcox 29.
Noes Reps, R. W. Wilcox, Kau
hi, Nawahi, Baker, Kahookano,
i White and Kanealii 7.
The title and enacting clause and
.the whole bill passed -without dis
jsent. Third reading of bill to amend
'Aiticle 55 of the Constitution, pro
viding $500 instead of $250 as the
maximum compensation for 'Repre
jse'ntati'ves each period.
The bill passed on the following
'AyeB Ministers Cummins, Brown,
Spencer and Peterson; 'Nobles
iWidemann, Berger,' Walker, Muller",-
Kauhane, J. M. Horner, Hind, Par
ker, Marsden, Baldwin, W. Y. Hor
ner, Cornwell, Walbridge, Ander
son, Von Tempsky and.G. Nl' fil
cox ; Reps. R. W. Wilcox, Nawahi1,
Iiorner, Kahookano, Apiki, Pae
haole, White, Kanealii and Cockett
Noes Reps. Brown, Kauhi,Baker,
Waipuilani, Halstead, Knudsen and
A. S. Wilcox 7.
'Second reading of bill to prohibit
the mutilation of coiu and the utter
ing or receiving of the same as coin.
Considered with favorable report of
the finance committee.
The bill passed, to be read a third
Nnhle' Widemann moved that the
bill regarding maintenance of .street's'
occupied by the Hawaiian Iramways
Co. be taken from the table. Iti'wps
laid there to await the minority (re
port of select committee some days
ago. ' '
'Rep. Paehaole promised the min
ority report to-morrow morning arid'
opposed the motion.
Noble Widemann said the minor
ity wanted to kill tlie bill. '
Noble Baldwin considered it
would bo only courtesy to take the
word of the member that the minor
ity report would be presented to
morrow. Noble Cornwell as one of the
minority repeated the promise.
The motion was lost.
Secotid reading of bill to define
the duties of kokuas (assistants) to
the lepers. Consideied with report
of majority of Moiokai committee,
submitting amendments with which
they recommend the bill pass.
Rep. Hookauo moved that the re
port of the cqmmittcu be adopted.
Carried, the bill to be read a third
t rqiJ Wednesday.
The Hawaii Railway bill was pass
ed over, on account of its length
and a thin House,
Second reading of bill to amend
Sec, 15, Chap. 70, law of 1888,
so as to change uu election dlstilot
on Hawaii. Considered with reqom
imimlntiQM of election bill oommlt
ten, roi'Giiiiiuuidlng to linU'llnlte
Hop. Iliowq moved !t ImMlnltu
I Kiioninl romliig of 1)111 M'littlng In
I iliu iiiiiliitoniinoo of llro ilwpiiriini'iiiw
, thmimliinit the Klnloni, (Jniivhlrr
oil nili I vi IiIp rpjiorl of wh'tH
I Hen. Wuliinlliiiil niiiviul llm liuliti
Am IIJM1WHWU 0 Oiw tlOJj Mil
proposed to tax the people of Hono
lulu for supporting the fire depart
ment. Noble J. M. Iiorner held (hat the
bill was in the lino of progress and
of civilization. The plantation peo
ple paid for their own fire protection,
as did all cities in the world.
Rep. Hookauo said this was a
favorite idea of the hon. Noble, but
it was the fit et step to making Hono
lulu an incorporated municipality,
for which this little country was not
quite. .ready. He moved indefinite
postponement. The plantation peo
ple kept their money in the city
banks, and if the banks burned
down they would want to know
Where their money was.
Noble Widemann said tho depart
ment never got to the outer bound
aries till the house was burned down.
The bill ought to have fixed reason
able limits that could be reached hy
tlie engines in time. The largest
owner here was the Government.
Were tho townspeople to pay for ,
protecting Government property?
The lion. Noble's doctrine was,
"I'm for myself, you for yourself,"
and he carried it out by Vying to
get a subsidy for tiie San Diego line
by every means, legitimate oh ille
gitimate. The speaker was not
against the principle of. the bill, but
as it was ill-digested ho snould vote
for indefinite postponement.
Rep. Paehaole thought the bill
was good in some aspects. By-and-by
the Legislature would be asked
to refuse assistance to all local im
provements. He was against the
Noble J. M. Horner said the
cnuniry paid three-fourths of the
Noble Widemann Say five-fifths
and a hall.
Noble J. M. Horner, as one of a
select committee on Honolulu ex
penditures from tho treasury, which
found that the fire department was
' alone in returning nothing to the
revenues among several public ser
Rep. Waipuilani considered that
the hon. Noble for Hamakua liked
Honolulu like one liked a mother-in-law.
The fire department was not
solely for the benefit of the people
The motion to indefinitely post
pone the bill was lost.
The House adjourned at 9 :35.
. (1. Irwin & Company,
OKFKU FOtt SALE
JLiixne &c Cement,
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Felt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes,
WOOL DUST, &
BUCK & OHXlANDT'B
High Grade Chemical 'Gape 'Manure.
GRASS SEEDS: y.'
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Beef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.,
11 JT'li Xi i t
aiiu i.ui .0
Iicrt-.Vti.ry b'oocl poison of
jsc.ofiila d-vt.lui,j m Hie dollcn
of thu br.iin, mental wo kncsiea anil
BJiiilr fjlt'es, iillccv tiu' i insanity. 'IteaV
1 trgea the jilam s ot Hie tli tot, impulrs
Jtho teuuc of uiiell-ami tusio or breaks
jinto comumhi ,' ulce s on iho neck. It
uimmiu my mr's, i r jn.a mem wuu
tubticuliijs s- roilous It, eats awav
ilio coaling of tlm stomach, inla ges
tho )lver. iIqts the kidneys, creates
constipation anil iudlicis piles. 'No
nutnan aeuwv can so himmiuv. ner-
mniicntly and conomk ally clcanso tlie
blood f if s''iofuloiiR in.I-on. clour the
IcompioMou and nkin. sculp ati'l moil
as Mentor' ji-itp So. 2, Um
gn;ai uioou puuiur.
Router's Healing Qa
TToo If nlnfuvu f it Tvtafi fnw o fntt
clear sUin, a Mift.'s ipiilu Hkln. Gfvu
a nuutrti inn, ii ii ir nines, re
move UIdU him, pi uvuuU eruptions.
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