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TIM II TAItliK:
From San Franoisoo.
Lome Duo til
8. F. Honolulu
Aliunoda Doo 13 Deo 20
For San Frunoisoo.
Lcuvo Duo nt
Zcnlnmlia Doc 21. . . . Jan 10
FIHl SAN FUANiJISOO,
Tlio Now and Fluu Al Steel Steamship
01 the Oceanic Steamship Company will
be iluo nt Uonolulu from Sydney
nud Auckland on or about
Jan. 10, 1891.
And will leaves for tlio above port witb
mails and passengers on or
about tli nt (.kite.
1ST For freight or passage, having
superior accouunouatlous, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN & CO.. I'd,
For Sydney and Auckland.
The New and Fine Al Steol Stoamshi
Of tbu Oceanie Steamship Company will
be due at Honolulu from San
Francisco on or about
Dec. 20, 1890.
And wllLhavo prompt dispatch with
mails and passengers for
the above ports.
t2T For freiglit or passage, having
superior aecommodatious, apply to ,
Wm Q. IHWIN
& CO.. L'd,
74 King St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Care.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
F ne Upholstering & Bedding
All orders for cartage promptly attended
to; Particular attention
paid to the
Storing' & Shipping
Of good In transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quuutitles to Milt at lowvul prices.
IX&" Ofi'icu: Next door to Jus. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 19 "GSaTELEPHONESjBoy- Boll 414
Bl KIWI xTUKKT.
G, J. WALLER, - Managor
Wholesale & Retail Butoburt
(lie iiiiiiiiiisliip ran
Australian Ml Servicis
74 King St.-TLJ
W Metropolitan lfjM!
Tli Mnl Luiiufi In Twwn,
Ta biuI Oolfiw nt Hourji
Tlui I'lun.l lilumli u
Atomy tin Hm
Siil-AfflMl : Comptilii
To bo held on their Range,
haulkl, King street,
On THURSDAY, Jan, 1,1891,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOR D0M1NIS CUP.
Valued at 100. for the highest aggre
gate score in matches Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
to become tlio property of tlio marks
man winning it three times at the regu
lar meetings of the II. It. A.
Won July 5, 1SS0, by J. Brodie, M. D.
Won .lanuary 1. 188", bv Win. Unger.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. G.Rothwell.
Won January 2, 18S8. by C. B W ilson.
Won .uly 4, 1S88. bv F. Ilustace.
Won January 1, 1S89, bv J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1880, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by O. B. Wilson.
1. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
1st prize Cup presented by J. Brodie,
2nd prize Gold Pin presented by
M'S. C. II. Nieholl.
Conditions of the match : Open to nil
members of the Association. 1st and
2nd prizes to become the property of the
marksmen winning them three times at
the regular meetings of the II. It A.
Distance. L'uo yarns; rounds, ju; any
military rille under the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
trance fee, 31.
"Won Jan. 1, 1S90, by J. 11. Fisher.
II. THE ALD.EN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL.
Valued at 100; also, a second prize
of 3; third prize, if 2.50. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
perty of the marksman winning it three
times nt the regular meeting of tlio II.
H. A.; 2 strings of 10 shots each at 500
yard ranges; any military rille under
the rules; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, 1.
Won July o, SSC, by J. Brodie, M.D.
Won lanuary J, 1887, by W C. King.
Won July 23, 188", by J. G. Kothwell.
Won January 2, 1888, by W. C. King.
Won July 4, 1SS8, by K. Hustaee.
Won January 1, 1889, by J.iW. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1SS9, by J. G. Kothwell.
Won Jau. 1, 1890, by 0. B. Wilson.
III. H. It. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 150. Competitors limited
to members of the Association. Condi
tions : For the highest aggregate score
at 200 and 00 yards; 10 rounds at each
distance; any military rille under the
rules; to become the pioperty ot the
marksman winning It three times at
regular meetings of the II. K. A. En
trance fee, 1.
Won July 4, 18o0, by W. E. Wall.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by F. Hustaee.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be worn
by the winner until hi-, score is beaten
at any regular meeting of the II. R. A.
Limited to members ot the Association;
10 rounds at 500 and COO yards. En
trance fee, 81.
Won July 4, 1888, by J. G. Kothwell.
Won January 20, 1880, by Lieut.
A-he, 11. II M. S. Hyacinth
Won July 4, 1880, by J. W. Pratt.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Prcsnited by lion J. A. Cummins;
2nd prize 82.50, To be 'shot for at 200
and 500 yards. 10 shots at each dis
tance. Open to members who have
never won a first class prize. To be
come tlio property of the marksman
winning it three times. Entrauce fee,
Won January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
ou July 4, 1889, by O. Ilustace, Jr.
Won Jau. 1, 1890, by II. W. Peck.
VI. DIRECTOR'S CUP.
Presented by the Board of Directors
of 1891. Open only to members of the
II. it.- A., who have never made a rc
eoid of over 76 per cent, in any regular
competition; to become the pioperty of
tlio marksmaii wlulng it three times.
Distance, 200 yds; rounds 10; Military
rille; limited to ono entry to each com
petitor. Entrance fee, SI.
VII. POOL TARGET. (8 inch
200 yards. Open to uil comers. Any
rille. Unlimited entile. Nohalroiset
triggers or telescopic slglus allowed,
Tickets, 50 cents cadi; entitling holder
to tire 5 shotti at tills tai get, 75 pel cent
of total receipts In tills match to be
awarded pro rata to total number of
inn is-uyes. i
111. PISTOL POOL TARUET.-
8 inch bulu-uyo).
no yards. Open to all comers, All
pistols or ruviilvvi not lees Hum 112
callbru allowed Tlckem, 50 cunts i
I'ucli; milltllng bolder In II iu 5 bhoU nt ;
this target, 75 pmcmit of total receipt '
In this niiitcli to liu uvviiuli'd pro lutu lo i
total number of hiilht'oyub, !
IX. UJ'NKKN'H MATCH,
Koine very vuliiublit jhuih, mid u
pi)u for nvmybody. Any I'illu; 10
louinUi i)liuiicii.2ooyuiil, No Imlrnr
hi i iilggcii. or tiii'i:oiili)lgliliillinu'i.
Iviilllio iiiiIIiiiIIimI, tfuliiiiieit fun, 91.
All liiiiiMiliir III" AmuiiIiiioii ii)m
Imwi Hindu mii W) iir innl. al miy gri.
mill urni'llng of Him , II, A- Mill put liu
MllUttOil lU lUJllljlMlt).
tilt HlllllW Hill IIP HIIUlll UvUlIU lIlU
tJuynijpi uiuiul). mimJ wrutt hJII
ihhu iiuyujjjijiif lu Ifiu nwilbur im hur
fluujiiiiuw wj UlUiiii'
Ttia Wumliir of Ilia IikIIOi I.hiibubko
A mlddlo uged man Is sitting ou the
rear deck Btnoking n cigar. A young
man and a young woman nro near the
rail. It Is dark, and ono of Ills hands
aud ono of hers nro lost in the obscurity
of night. Tho older man seems troubled,
but tho young people apparently do not
notico 1dm. Perhaps tho man with tho
cigar is impressed with tho limited vo
cabulary of BOino young people, but if ho
is ho does not say so, for ho has no ono
with whom to talk. In truth tho con
versation which docs tnko placo is a
wonderful oxnmplo of how much can bo
Baid tn English with a fow words. It
runs something like this:
"? ? ? r
"You know I doi"
Indistinct murmur. Questions nil in
man s voice, responses in a woman's.
? ? ? r
"How can you ask uieV"
Questions in tho samo voico, answers
in tlio samo voice. Tho end of the cigar
glows brightly. Thero is a short pause.
'now white tho waves nre?" (Answer
"? ? ? T
"You know I do." (See abovo for
voices.) A now cigar is lighted. The
match snaps loudly, and thoro is silence
for a full sisty seconds.
"Seo tho lights 'way back there."
(Something said about "not so bright.")
The new cigar seems to givo satisfaction,
for it is smoked vigorously.
"? ? T
"Yes," in low tones. The voice of tho
questioned has become that of n ques
tioner aud vico versa. Tho smoker Btirs
"?? T (Woman's voico.)
"You know I do."
"How much?" (Answer lost.)
"Better than?" (Tlio rest also lost.)
"How can you?"
"How much?" (coaxingly).
"Better" und "life" the only words
audible. The cigur is now in n con
"? ? ? ?" ( Voice again a man's.)
"Y-e-s." A camp cnair grates on the
? ? r
?? V ?" A red spark de
scribes an uro on tho blackness from
tho smoker's chair over tho rail. The
glow suddenly disappears as the cigar
strikes the whirling water. One of the
three gets up and goes into ttia cabin
quietly. It is tho elderly man. Now
Muilc IHiu Lonesome.
An old fellow who had just eerved n
sentence of ten years in tho penitentiary
was asked if ho enjoyed his freedom.
"Well." 6aid ho, "it kinder suits mo
until meal timg comes nnd then it sorter
"Don't like to work, eh?"
"Well, no If I had I wouldn'terwent
to the pen."
"How did they feed you?"
"Tolerable. It wa'n't a barbecue,
still it did putty well. Only ono objec
tion." "What was that?"
"Had to work for it."
"Did they ever whip you?"
"Well, they teched mo with a strap
"Hurt yon, 1 suppose."
"Well, it didn't feel good."
"Do you ever expect to go back there?"
"That sorter depends."
"Upon whuther or no they ketch mo."
"You don't intend to work, then?"
"Well, not if I can help it. I ain't
"You look to bo a very strong man."
"Yes. but workin' makes me" lone
some." "What was the hardest thing you had
to bear in the penitentiary?"
"Jaw. Young preachers would come
around and talk to us."
"Why did you object to tho young
"Well, we had to sit and listen till
they got through preachin'. It made me
lonesome" Arkansaw Traveler.
The Muu with u Mighty full.
A. Who is your friend? .
B. His name is Mr. Smith. He's got
an awful pull.
"He's a politician, is her
"No; he is u dentist. "Texas Sittings.
Young Whipper I would like to have
your daughter for my wife.
Old Snapper Indeed; nnd what does
your wifa want other? Puck.
Gushing Damsel Oil, Mr. Barnes, 1
do bo admire your versesl Please tell
mo what kind of ink you use. Harper's
With the Tlmrniometor ut Ninety-Aye.
Mr. Motfiu (tulkiug In Ills aleop) Dwy
uiii't no ret1 fo' d' olo muu, lli-ali I '
potter go 'n' cluip d' ico oir'iid'bldowHlk,
'it' ehubblo biiow iHit'n d')iuieiHLiit.ttips,
"Vou mo a mi nuuglily boy," lil
futliurcrli'dilioldliiB liliu ovurliw !
In wuuli u iiiuiuiur llmt liuoiuluii)w nt
tunilil hu iut uci'OiiiplUlicd,
WIwmiUI Tliu lJ yullpd.
"it liliiinnd liuilii muwirtu tlmii ii
tbt you, Juniw, but 'u liiiut lw nuu-
Will viii lob lultfbiy uwJ m,'
rliuulwl Jhm, "if lllwu yw Uml yw
dmi'l Ml w)wliu iky iAUltf ); ,
uy Dim imm u! HUiUjiwujJ mi m
Mtut mm fey. niysi w '9m
FA3T THAT 'f HEV MAY EAT.
Tho Tlom flrrrlcS rtirlntmm Talilo nint
lliiw tin l'rimrm fur It,
Forn month before Christinas every
pious Greek lins oWrvml it flgld fMt
snysn ttnvulur, ootmwpioiitly tho "tnhlo,"
which on that day is sprwul in ovory
house, produce nomolhlng nkln to fes
tivity. My friends of the evening before
begged mu to Bit down und partake of
tlio meal' that they had prepared. It
was somewhat of n struggle tome, 1
must own, for 1 expected it would not
bo served in very magnificent style.
Still, I was not prepared for what actu
On a small round tablo was placed u
perfect mountain of macaroni mid cheese
not such cheeso as wo tiro accustomed
to put with ours, Wut conrso sheep's milk
cheese, which Biting my mouth like
mustard, nnd left n pungent tasto therein
which tarried thoro for days. Then
thero were no plates, no forks, no spoons.
Tho master of tho houso had a knife
with which lto attacked tho dish, and
tho ono which on ordinary occasions fell
to tho mistress vii3 now kindly placed
nt my disposal. As forM.be rest of the
family, they were an example of the
.adage that lingers wore made before
forks, and these npgers grow perceptibly
cleaner as tho meal progressed.
What a meal it was, indeed; as if it
were a contest in gastronomic activity.
Yet it was pleasant to see tho appetite
with which great and small entered into
tho contest aud filled their mouths to
overflowing with tho savory mass. I
was left bohind in tho contest, and had,
I fear, to tell many untruths concerning
my appetite mid tho excellence of the
dish, and great was my 'relief when it
was removed and dried fruits und nuts
took its place.
To drink wo had resinated wine that
is to say, wiuo which had been stored in
a keg covered with resin inside, which
gives tlio flavor so much relijhed by the
Greeks, but which is almost as unpalata
ble to un Englishman as beer must be to
thoso who drink it for tho first time.
Tho wiuo, however, hud tlio effect of
loosening the tongues of ray friends, who
had been too busy as yet to talk, und
they told me many interesting Christ
mas tales. Exchange.
A Clii'UtmuH ulth Etlwln Uoutli.
"I remember a Christmas I spent in"
Mr. Bbotlfs company many years ago,"
said a young theatrical manager in the
foyer. "He hiulfbought a summer resi
dence at Cos Cob, Conn., the previous
summer, and invited me up to play
Santa Claus and do the chimney act.
His property was a fair sized little
promontory of laud, bounded ou oue side
by tho Connecticut river, on the other
sido by Long Island Sound, and the
New York and New Haven trucks
formed the base lino. If there is any one
road affected by tramp3 it is that same
New Haven road, and when I arrived,
two or three days before Christmas,
there was a lino of them waiting their
turn nt the gate that reminded inn of a
highly successful advance sale, oue
tramp'near tlio gate even offering to bell
his advanced position for ten cents.
Booth was much worried about the dan
gerous looking fellows, and it struck me
that a dog would bo highly appropriate
as a gift.
"I wired to a friend in New York, and
the day before Christmas the biggest
Siberian hound I over saw was waiting
at the little station for me. Booth was
tickled to dt-ath, and wo managed to
chain that dog just inside tho main gate
near tho lodge; and then wobhook hands.
It was an awful big dog, bigger than a
little donkey that arrived on the next
train with a go-cart as a present to his
little daughter EJwina. Well, we fixed
up tlio presents that night. I dressed up
in fur nigs aud traps as Santa Clans, and
had arranged to drive the donkey into
tho reception room and distribute the
gifts from .ihe well laden go-cart. The
dog was to remain in tho 'little shed we
had extemporized for him, but he didn't.
Ho was there on business, and he attend
ed to it promptly The chain broke like
a piece of twine and I broke for the bal
cony, w'nVIi I just managed to reach
from tin- i-n Of course there was a
racket, ::n 1 t t into the window, and
by tho t. i..-litruiud oursolvo.; Willi
antique s, h.i, jJ:i revolutionary im.v ;
ket the noise had suoJdcJ sufll' . .ifly
for us to venture-forth. The do. -a-liiHt
MHn in tho moonlight disai -, mi? !
over tho stone wall, thousands :i i .s.irs'
worth of .presents were scattoiel i : the
deep snow, aud donkey meat a ii 1 fur
wcro lying itu inch deep overt').' three
acres of the Bootli premises; Tjiij Sibe
rian bloodhound had torn the donkey to
atoms." Chicago Tribuno.
Not All Over.
Frost Well, it's all over.
Snow What's all over?
Frost Christmas. I say it only comes
onco a year, and it's all over until uoxt
Snow Not by n jugful. Tlio bills nro
not in yet for half the stub? my wifo
bought and charged to me. Selected. .
A TcrilMii hll'.'llu.
Employer (anxiously) Does Mr. Do
Confidential Clerk Not a drop.
"Ho lias been two hours latv fi.r three
mornings, and ho looks us if lie bad been
on a terrible spree,"
"It's all right. On Christmas lio guvo
his boy u drum." Exchange.
It WuMi't Neri'norj-,
First Bweet G hi Did you have a mis-
i tletoo bough In your house?
Second Bweet Oirl No. I had ono
1 ready, but forgot to put it up,
I "Of till tiling!" Forgot it?"
' "Yen; you bee, Oeorgo nnd I somehow
or other beuuuiu uugagud tho duy bo-
j fore." Floating.
I A I'i'lr ICnilinu.
About f-lOo will buy your wifo n fine
ucnUkiii p.ilutot iu you could diiro to
Biirpribo her with for u Nkw You ft gift.
And It would only bo u fair uxaliuugo
for Unit I.M5 Hinoklng fiol wliluh lie
placed in your ttocklng and told Biiium
to cbnrgo to your uQjwuut. Pull JUw
Cully Vu Hii)otyulilc,
Ml lM'IIOilll Mutf," SlJl) Uiu LJ'lt
fiiniilur, "ilmt iwilr hyJLublw mjp pu
.inlly iiio!iu,ili!lili.u-Ilfiir'ii liajjir,
, KMllfi'iwI IIHIui; Mini.
Yuu uiui immuiix
m a jttiti an m
wit lii by iwMud Ji
! m Uw im.-i'immUm
.-t." i jii jug utl kiMiAin,
vinii mm n rwiiiiau
Hmtfoid Fir Iinnirnmi Oo,
VutjlD'Nevftdri AMtininuti Uorpuruttoi
'Fire mm Marine)
Capital, pnid up, $2,000,000
Th.tmss As Mer oy Murine Im Co
Asoote r 0121 067
Now York Lile InBUr(iiicorCo.
Ast-. $f 5 0&3 600.06
(Icntiral Auclil. Ksv. n Nlimilf
CASTLE & COOKE
General Rffierchandise !
Life Firo & Marine
M HON 'I I'M' H I .' '-
WEMEK & CO.
lliinufnrtiii'ins .It-it otlT(i.
Nil. OS ITCHIX" 8THEET,
Constantly on hand a large assortment
of cviu y description of Jewelry. V niches
Gold 'mil Silver I lated Waie, &c.
A. G. SILVA,
55 & 57, Hotel Struct.
1M POUTER 01?
Furniture Jiiatiiiig& Carpet Laid
Coi'iileo 101 os
sy Fine Upholstering and
Ii OWN Li
rels fni'Mi.c. guaranteed
thoroughbred. Address "Ha
waii in Ostrich Parm," Iva
piolaui Paik; Miitunl Tele-09.-)
IS'O'li I K.
,KOM this dale Mr. Wm. Li.-lnnan
L will sign
our Hi in name by pro-
O W. MAOFaULANI
Ilont.lutu, Nov. :r, LS'JO.
I'rom and after tlii dale e
will not bo ivi-poiis-ible for any
fivight after finite has been
landed. Piutii to whom
freight is coiisignod niin-t I at
Ihe lauding to nrolve Iheii
WrLl)E!i:t; -S. '"o.
Honolulu. Sep'. 5. IfOO, (Kit) tf
l.l, i-,-iiiiinu6 to lots in Knplolanl
1 l'a I.. .nale lietM-en tlio pollit-bi-
ivv bpi'cllieil. aicll'-roliv ii quested to
rx libit ib 1 Iimi s r evidence of Mich
,n it-l.lp, in the uiidelMUlied ill (Hire,
i iiidi-r i" pi'i vi-ii i lie ill p ibiil of .-aid
1 it- lo i re.-fiit nppli mill-, viz:
Idl 'inialo mi in.iiiUa main avenue bc-twi'i-n
the pii'ini-cs occup dby.liis.
D.idd and the piopctty and houie
tiic:d of Jaiin's Campbell. Num
li.'i cd ou Park map from 55 to 80
2d Situate on umknl main hvpiiuc be
tween the preiulKos and homestead
fornierly occupied bv O. W. Mac
far line and the propcriymf James
I'ainpliell. Numbered ou Purk map
from 00 to 100 inclusive. .
By order ofthe Board of Directors.
W. M. OIFFARD,
it'v. Kapinlaul Park Asso.
.1 UT ItKCEIVED !
1 i lit EOT from Egypt, a coiislgnment
1 of DiiIh c, l oiiKids & Co.'h Oen
iilun Kgyptlan Clganttes, made from
I In- choicest Turkish tobaccos. Tlio
abovo liiand Is tho elgaretti) of Europe
and the C'onlliiuiit. Try a stnuple.'
WholeMilo oidi'iH illled. For enlo at
Californfa Kriiit Mai ket.
P. O, CAM AltlNO.S,
Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands.
715 I Ml
IrOIP ovciy 150 Hawalliui or other
1'iU'llh' dtlunds' Miinipi received, I
wl I pot four nglihli libiFliMti'd jiiipiiii
per hi iM, lm' a inoiiih, or will si'iul one
ofllmlaintt IvugiUli, Finm-li, (Senium
or npuuiidi imvel riiinp4 of oilier
cniiuliii'jttiml In xcliiingii for tliotu of
llllVVull, All IIIHIIIMH' of lllllcllUHilllllll
nxuliiingti (oiiiiinl poktugu iaiiipii mid
iolciiU under Niaielnl iiiiaiigiiiiieiit
liupoilor. Wlllilpglon. Nr, MiiiH'hi'ii-li-r.
( Jloi.f.N'li uml Cli'viiilnn I'lmit fur it
VI hulloi' Muliiu llllllllllig in lm
wiioiwl on ihw liu h ' iuihw ti -Slu
m urn) flMli'liiiiillii jrii'i, iil,nii
aiMliwuu l, und ti" II. fii'iiliitfu h"
i umt'i , mil ui) in 1 1 ill liu ,uiiiiui
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, iu li Ujvuim1imJi;ium1 on ui' IhiIuim yv,
I AjulllMJ Ulll till .U)!jllJ ur.
illil Wi I'luU UI4J
iii o( ef.o fp) ibii
I Mtitllild lil'd IAIMU MJ
i yiMt lm iwiiMM m
Waterhouse's No. 10 Store
HAVE JUST OlMCNlfo OCT A LARGE ASSORTMENT OV
TOYS & NOVELTIES
SUITABLE FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE, COMPRISING
Hand Painted Novelties, Traveling
Cases, Toilet & Smoker's Sols,
m EDISON TALKING DOLLS,
And Dolls of every othct description. Also, n flno lino of
Children's Books, iftew Camrs,
VELOCIPEDES, CARTS, WAGONS,
BICYCLES, MECHANICAL TOYS,
- DOLL CARRIAGES, ROCKING HORSES,
Sofa cyion in m k Satins Toys for Hie Million.
THE MECHANICAL TOY
Telophones, No. 119.-
rlostace, King Street
Having leased the stores in the brick building known as tlio
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite tlio old stand, und having disposed
of that portion of my slock damaged by tho late liic, and being
in n-eeiptof New Goods per IiihI sioainor, nnd more on ti.o way, I
am "prepared to iill all orders ah before. Th. inking tliu public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on nie for the past seven years, I
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of the
same. At the new btiind shall be pleased to bee all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
LtWIS & CO.,
HONOLULU, H. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provision
By each steamer of tlio p. S. S. Co. frnm California frebli Calnfornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc., etc. A complete lino of Oiosbo & Blackwell's fe J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on hand. Also, just received a fresh lino of German'
Pates and Potted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'s Maltese
Unind Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flakob and C renin Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
Ornngeb, Oicgon Burhauk Potatoes, Etc., Etc., Etc.
V6in.fis'ifct:iii - nn-r-n.titoocl.
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