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From San Franoisoo.
Leave Duo (it
9. F. Honolulu
...Deo 13 Due 20
For San Franoisoo.
Leavo Duo nl
Zcnhuidia Duo 21.... Jun 10
KOU HAN 1'KANUIMCO,
The New and Fine Al Slcul Stcnmshlp
Of the Oceanic Steamship Company will
bu due nt Honolulu ttom Sydney
uiul Auckland on or About
Jan. 10. 1 89 1.
Aud will le.vo for the above port v lib
malls anil paengeri on ot
nbour Unit date.
iKS" For fi eight or passage, having
superior accommodations, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN
& CO., L'd,
For Sydney and Auckland.
Tlio New anil Fine Al Steel Stcnmslu
Of the Oee.inlc Steamship Company will
be line at Honolulu fiom San
Fr.inoieo on or about
Dec. 20, 1890.
And will have piompt dispatch with
malls and passengers for
the above poits.
C3? For fielght or passage, having
supoi ior aceonunodations, apply to
Wm Q. IRWIN & CO L'd,
,74 Klog St.
Rattan and Reed Furniture.
Pianos and Furniture
Moved With Cine.
Matting and Carpets Laid,
F ne Upholstering & Bedding
'All otders for cartage promptly attended
to. Pai ticular attention
paid to the
Storing & Shipping
Of good in transit to the other Islands.
Also, Black & White Sand
In quantities to suit at lowest pi ices.
!& Office: Next door to Jus. F.
Morgan's auction room.
Mutual 10 -UTELEPHONESfiQr Bell 414
1 KINO hTKKKl,
J. WALLER, - Manager
Wholesale & Retail BuUiberi
Tb (lent Lunoh In Town,
Tea anil Oofluo at 111 Boun
Tliu FlimH JlwinU u
fYfy on ttuinh
Australian Mail Service
74 King St-jHLi
To bo belli on their Range, at Ka
liuulki, King stieet,
On THURSDAY, Jan. 1, 1891,
At 9 o'clock a. m. sharp.
GOVERNOR DOMINIS CUP.
Valued nt 100. for the highest nggic
gate scoru in matches Nos. 1, 2 and 3,
to become the property of the marks
man winning it tlnce times at the regu
lar meetings of the II. It. A.
.Won duly r, 1SSC, by J. Brodtc, M. D.
Won .Innuary 1. 1887, by M m. Unger.
Won July 20, 1887, by J'. G. Rothwell.
Won January 2, 1SS8. by 0. B Wilson.
Won .inly 4, 1888, by V. Ilustaee.
Won January 1, 1SSD, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1889, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won Jan. 1, 1800, by O. B. Wilson.
I. THE BRODIE MEDAL.
1st pile Cup piosentedby J. Brodie,
2nd prize Gold Pin presented by
Mis. C. II. Nieholl.
Conditions of the match : Open to all
mcmbdis of the Association. 1st and
2nd prizes to become the property of the
marksmen winning them tlnee times at
the regular meetings of the II. R. A.
Distmce, 200 yinds: louuds, 10; any
militiiiy litlc under the rules; limited
to one entry to each competitor. En
hance fee, $1.
Won Jan. 1, 1S00, by J. II. Fisher.
II. THE ALDEN FRUIT AND
TARO COMPANY MEDAL..
Valued at 100; also, a second prize
of 5; thiid pibc, s?2.fi0. Conditions:
Open to all comers; to become the pro
perty of the mniksinau winning it three
times nt the regular meeting of the H.
11. A.; 2 strings of 10 shots each at 500
yaid Hinges; any military litle under
the idles; limited to one entry for each
competitor. Entrance fee, $1.
Won July 5, 1SSG. by J. Biodle, M.D.
Won .lanuary 1, 1887, 'by W C. King.
Won July 23, 1887, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 2, 1888, by W. C. King.
Won July 4, 1SS8, by F. Hustace.
Won lanuary 1, 1880, by J. W. Prati.
Won July 4, 1889, by J. G. Rothwell.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by C. B. Wilson.
III. II. R. A. TROPHY.
Valued at 150. Conipetitois limited
to members of the Association. Condi
tions: For the highest aggregate scoie
at 200 and COO rinds; 10 louuds at each
distance; any military ride under the
lines; to become tne pioporty ot tue
maiksman winning It tlnee times at
tegular meetings of the II. K. A. En
trance fee, 1.
Won July 4, ISoO, by W. E. Wall.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by F. Hustace.
IV. MID - RANGE CHAMPION
For Association Badge. To be roi n
by the winner until his score is beaUn
at any legnlar meeting of the II. R. A.
Limited to mcnibci of the Association;
lOiouiidsat 500 and GOO yaids. En
trance fee, 1.
Won duly 4, 188S,by J. G. Rothwell.
Won January 20, 1889, b' Lieut.
A-lie, 11. II M. S. Ilyicinth
Won July 4. 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
V. WAIMANALO GOLD MEDAL.
Piesentedby lion J. A. Cummins;
2nd prize 2.50 To be shot for at 200
and 500 raids. 10 shots at each dis
tance. Open to members who have
never wou a Hist, class prize. To be
come the piopeity of the marksman
winning it tlnee times. Entrance fee,
Won January 1, 1889, by J. W. Pratt.
Won July 4, 1889, by O. Hustace, Jr.
Won Jan. 1, 1890, by II. W. Peek.
VI. DIRECTOR'S CUP.
Pie.sented by the Board of Directors
of 1891. Open only to members of the
II. It. A., who have never inadouic
cord of ovur 75 per cent. In any regular
competition; to become the pioperty of
the marksman wining it three times.
Distance, 200 yds; lounds 10; Military
ritle; limited to one entry to each com
petitor. Enhance fee, 81.
VII. POOL TARGET. (8 inch
200 yards. Open to all comers. Any
lllle. Unlimited entile. Nohairoi sot
higgeis or telescopic nights allowed.
Tickets, DO cents each; entitling holder
to lite C shots at tills taiget. 75 pciccnt
of total locolpts In tills mutch to he
nwaided pro tutu to total number of
V1JJ. PISTOL POOL TAHGET.
(8 inch bulls-eyo),
f0 yaids. Open to all coiiieis. All
pistols or i evolven not less than 'Al
calibre allowed Tickets, 50 cents
null; entitling holders to lliu 5 shots at
this target. 76 pmcuiitof total iccolpu
In litis mutch to be uwuideil pio intu to
total number of bulli-uycn.
IX, (UTJKKN'H MATCH,
homo veiy valuable pnon, mid n
piie for inoiyhody, Any illlu; JO
loiiniUj illituiice,iJ00yiiiil, .No tiufr nr
Mil lilggi-ii. or It'lf.cuplurlglilk allowed.
Entile iiiilliulli'd, Iwiliiuiii) fee, ij.
All iihuiiIji'M of llio .Wwliillon who
liuw) Hindi) it in W) M'i unl. ul any gmi
iii.il iiiintJng id Hie II. It. A. will no) ho
allow i'.i luioiuiinlti.
Wo mill i will lie limilu ief oio iu
iliiyol lliu iiiuuli, immJ imuoii will
lioot mujimiliiK lo lliu iiiiiiiImic uu Until
(iniiiMillli'ii mi UIiUuik' J'iIw;
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MEN YOU HEAR OF.
The Into Popo Plus IX occupied the
papal throne from 1810 to 1878. Tills
was tlio longest reign of nny popo on
William B. Irwin, who died recontly
In Ilarriflbunt, Pa., wns a delegate to
tlio convention which nominated Lin
coin In 1800.
President W. A. Quail, of Bnkor uni
versity, Baldwin, Knn., Is only DO. Ho
Is sntd to bo tho youngest collego presi
dent in tho world.
Gen. Noyes, of Ohio, who dropped
dead in Cincinnati recently, lost his leg
while leading a brilliunt and successful
chargo during the late wnr.
v Professor F. W. Newman, brother of
the Into cardinal, Is now 85 years of age.
At 02 ho turned vegetarian, and since
then has needed no physician.
Dr. Carlos Pellegrini, tho now presi
dent of Uio Argentine Ropublic, is 43
years old. Ho is tho son of nn Italian
architect who emigrated to Buenos
Ayres in 1825.
Dr. Rouben Samuels, husband of tho
mother of Frank and Jesso James, is
one of the best housekeepers in Mis
souri, no can cook, bake, wash and
iron, and employs his timo mostly in the
perfonnnnco of domestic duties.
William Waldorf Astor has been elect
ed an honorary citizen of Waldorf, the
littlo Germon town in which John Jacob
Astor tho first was bom, and to which
Mr. Astor sent 50,000 murks for an Astor
memorial in memory of his father.
Col. R. C. Batchelder, recently made
tpiartermaster general of tho American
army, when tlio wnr broke out, being
unused to riding, used to practice on
horseback at night on n Now Hampshire
farm till he felt at homo in tho saddle.
G-cn. E. Kirby Smith is one of the
tlireo surviving Confederate generals,
the other two being Gens. Beauregard
and Johnston. His erect nnd soldierly
figuro. topped, ns it were, with n crown
of strong white hair, nttracta general
Joseph Medill, editor of Tho Chicago
Tribune, is reported to bo one of the
richest newspaper men in tlio United
States, his fortune being estimated at
from $-1,000,000 to $5,000,000. He is 05
years of age, and spends from eight to
ten hours a day in Tho Tribune office.
A gentleman who was recontly visit
ing Edison's laboratory, nnd whose son
was nbout to enter upon his first em
ployment, asked Edison to give him a
motto for tho boy, so that he might have
it as a stimulus and guide. Mr. Edison
laughed a littlo at the novel request, and
then Baid, "Well, I'll givo him this,
Never look at tho clock.' "
QUEER AND CURIOUS.
When a steamer passes over the Port
Huron tunnel tho noiso of tho wheel can
readily bo heard in tho hole, which is at
least forty feet under tho water.
While sleeping in the railroad station
at Pittsburg a traveler dreamed that hia
father was drowning before his eyes, and
his pitiful appeals for help almost created
On tho occasion of a recent feto at the
country seat of u wealthy woman all the
cows on the estate woro necklaces of
wide yellow satin ribbon and had their
bonis tied with narrower ribbon of the
P. Thompson, of Pino Canyon, Cal.,
cut a bee tree recently. In taking out
the honey ho found several hawk's eggs
incorporated in different layers of comb.
The comb had been built around the
eggs in bucIi a manner as to leavo them
in tho center.
A house in Georgetown, D. C, has re
cently been shingled for tho first time
since 1803, and tho carpenter says ho has
found sawed shingles that had been laid
within ten years in much worso condi
tion than the shaved pine shingles which
had been in wear eighty-seven years.
DOINGS OF ROYALTY.
Prince George of Wales has ordered
newspaper clippings concerning himself
to bo collected by an agency in New
Queen Victoria has granted a pension
of L'300 a year fiom her privy purse to
Lady Seymour, tho widow of Sir Fran
Empress Frederick liaB herself written
the pathetic story of her husband's last
days, which is to appear in tho forth
coming "Life of the Emperor."
The omperor of Germany has present
ed a gold watch to tho captain of tho
English sailing vessel Alborough as a re
ward for Ins gallantry in rescuing the
crew of the German steamer Marco
brunner. Queen Christina, of Spain, has tele
phonic communication established be
tween hor room and tho Madrid Opera
house, in order that she may enjoy tho
operu without having to appear before
with flowerd in relief.
sot in porcelain,
Watches aro set liko compasses in
cubes of curnelian and onyx.
Miniature hall clocks iu ted enujnal
and ormolu mounts mako suitable orna
ments for a bracelet,
Bcjuaro wood frames, pollshcdnnd var
nished, instead of inuts, havo a silver
wreath around tho inner edgo,
Iland glashts in odd shapes nro framed
in Austrian ouumel and sot with colored
Stuffed gumo dU))0bed ngulnst oval
wooden plaques uro offcied for dining
Ik-iliii atomizers Intended for perfum
ing a i omii coiuo with largo blinded
globes of IliiU'd ijImm uud make an at
tmctlvo oiimiiioiit, Juwtlejs' CJruillur.
THE OENTWEn BEX,
Mf Jmio lioyt U mild lolmve (he
llnewt (Uj)lnrtiuii ut i-orper lots nt liny
n.tvm III III" UllIM Hlutwf, Forywiin
tliu )ium niudo U m hinducM o buy it cop
iter lot In wry M'wn lm vMM, um In
bOIUO IM Willi till HW JUYvJu. r
MImi J'JJuii 'J Wry "ucliluywl Jr lM
Dtugu .lll,l w. by ftfH'tlullltf" III )')
"Allm Umj." hUv Iwi'l Ii luUu n hmm
uroiliwl Imi M It
i ui) wMMiu.aiidUMwd
Lliu wu Inr feiutuluU) hunui lliut llw
, UJLUIU dwiltliutl Hm liuuw).
I' .. ........ .. .. .........
Icmis. nniDnoiv otiih mora rr&i rnuu
than any other sotithom woman. b)0
hna In her own right over 150,000 ncnvi (f
(elected llmtier lands in Lonlslnnn nnd
Mliwlwlppl, nnd u still buying.
Miss Agnos Reppller, tho cMnyist, bc
longn to ono of Philadelphia's old fam
ilies. Her dark eyes, lnvlr nnd complex
ion and her vivacious mannor betray her
French extraction. While studious in
her hnhitB, ho Is a brilliant conversa
tionalist. Alias Wlnulo Davis' engngoment with
Mr. Wilkinson has been sovnrcd,
Tlio Mary .1. Holmes of England (Miss
Edna Lyall) Is only 110 years old.
Miss Cathcrino Weed Barnes, a grand
daughter of Thurlow Weed, is an ac
complished student of photography.
Miss Helen Mnthors, who wrote "Com
ing Thro' tho Ryo," bollovcs thnt thero
is nothing so good for tho completion as
Rhoda Broughton is CO years old, white
haired and Runny faced. Sho has writ
ton twonty-two books, but only ten of
them havo been printed.
Mrs. Oscar Wilde, Countess Wald
grave. Lady Mount Temple and Lady
Sandhurst nro tho patronesses of a chil
dren's dressmaking establishment in
Mount Tacomn, Washington, rises to a
height of 14,444 feot, nnd only twonty
nino porsons hnvo cllmbod to its summit,
of whom Miss Fay Fuller, of Tacoinn, is
tho only woman.
Mrs. Custer, the widow of tho Indian
fightor, is a black haired woman of me
dium height nnd gracious presence Her
complexion is rosy, nnd sho is the picture
of health and youthfulness.
Kutiojaroff-Hanum, a Mohammedan
young womiin, is the first Mohammedan
woman who has received an M. D.'s'
diploma, and tho state has granted hor
special permission to practico hor profes
sion. Lady Randolph Churchill, formerly
Miss Jennio Jerome, is a, capital musi
cian and, did nny rovortes c&mo to her.
sho could support herself nnd family
with the proceeds that her paintings
A dnughtor of Gon. Rosecrnns is nn
Ursulino nun, who until recently was
assigned to tho convent at Santa Rosa,
Cal. Fifteen years ago sho was one of
tho most clumning and most popular of
tho society ladies of Cincinnati.
ARMY AND NAVY NOTES.
The Atlanta's machinery will have, a
thorough overhauling at the Norfolk
Tlio troops at Fort Wadsworth had
somo excellent target practico recontly
with tho guns of four nnd n half inch
The Fiske position finder now mounted
nt Fort Hamilton has proved itself n
marvel of uccurncy, and will be of ines
timable value for artillerists.
German officials seem particularly de
sirous of hiding the fact that emigration
has made decided Inroads upon their
calculations as to the strength of the
German army. ,
Tho submarine boat introduced into
Italy recently, which is spherical in
shape, has thus far given greater prom
iso of success than anything that hn-
been experimented with.
The great heat developed in the armor
plates during the recent firing lit An
napolis developed numerous peculiar
and interesting features at tho points
where tho shot penetrated.
Ono of tho lessons drawn from recent
French maneuvers is that while smoke
less powders will mako but slight change
in defensive tnctics, they will make offen
sive tactics much more different.
Several of the newly appointed marine
ofBceis are applying for orders to tho
cavalry and infantry school at Fort
Leavenworth, where tho best opportuni
ties are offered for tho study of tactics.
TALrS OF THE TURF.
Mr. O. J. Ilnmlin is said to have ro-f-osed
an offer of 10.000 for tho trotter
Prince Recent. Prince Regent reduced
bis recoul to 2:10) tho first time he start
ed iu a l.i.v in I!!)J
E. V. 11 f 'i'U, ot .Minneapolis, Minn.
who bre.l i 1 a.id developed t'le fa
mous i)acm0' . '.lio.i Roy Wilkes, in the
fortunate owner ol three full sin r- of
tho great horse, and alSb his dam- Vhv
fillies aro reported to bo good individ
ually An authority on turf matters says that
there is no ago iu the horse's liie when
oats is not a good feed for him. A
young .colt may be taught lo eat it
very early, and it is absolutely neces
sary when the male's milk begiusto fail
or it becomes time to wean him. '
A handsome gold medal, engraved
with the portraits of Director and his
best timo, 2:17; Direct, 2:1 Oh and Mar
garet S.,2:10hhas been presented to Mr.
Salsbury by tho stato board of agricult
ure of California for tho best trotter and
progeny at the stato fairs for the past
Tho" chestnut gelding Tioublo, ono of
tho greatest steeple cliasu horses of his
day, is now owned by Superintendent
William Puckett, of tho Saratoga track
Trouble's dally task is to assist another
horse in drawing tho harrow that keeps
tho track in order, Tho old fellow now
looks sleek, fat and contented
An experienced horseman claims that
colts should bo truined to wulk. Tho
walking gait will mako less balky horses
and less unsound ones. Walking horses
will keep iu much better condition on
the wuno food, and got thero almost as
soon, If not sooner. The horse hard
driven walks very slow, and so loses
One of tho Koitsationul trotters of 1800
was Pamlico, a horse that, begiuuing
the wjusoii with n -record only u fraction
of a second batter than 2:30, trotted
fcomo of tho best race of tho campaign,
winning it third heat in 2il0, and then
taking tlio foul Hi and fifth In bettor
time tliau Dill), Pamlico's dam is by
California lias produced 4' trotter ti
the Si'JO or better chui Canada, li Con
necticut, lit Illinolw, lit Indiana, Jl Iowa.
At Kentucky, b'Ji Mulno, 111 MuumuvIiu.
mjIU, fii Michiguu, ';! Miuiiufiolu, L
MMinj, Ui New Jvrwy, til Maryland,
ll Niibnicbu, l NnwJJaiiipalilro, Now
Vnrki CO) Dlilo, Hi Uruiion, U J'fiiiwyl'
vanla, (tlnxlu Ikluml, Hi 'I'mmmu), 7i
Vermont, i SVJviilii, 0.
Dili' Hum) WtitU; tu miirr.
PhiiiKiiili, Mit,, ban Ibiiu fiHilo))i
lUJMlitf Mil lul Ull UllllK. KtlU'lllUhlllUll
iiih) fur maiiu iiiniiiifHyiiji(iiyf iim
, WHI VWtM In M.Wli MM
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C TRADE J
Woflflinir &Joliflay Gifts!
I havo just received a laige assortment
of New Goods suitable for wedding and
holiday gifts, contesting ot tho follow
In nil styles and qualities;
In the newest patterns;
Afternoon Tea Cloths,
In Bilk & Linen,
Fancy Linen Cloth In sets,
DamasK Table Cloths,
In all bIzpb with Napkins to match
desigu, etc., etc., etc.
lEST These QooiIr are all Imported by
me direct from the nmniifnetuior.s and
are guaranteed to give satisfaction to
720 tf W.CNPIMIWIJ,.
Hartfoi d Fire Insuronco Co.
Anglo-Nevada Assuranco Corporstiot
iFiru -inii Marino)
Capital, paid up, $2,000,000
Thames & Morey Marine Ins. Co
New York Life Insurance Co.
ABS't-, $1 5 063 0!)
CASTLE & COOKE
OKA I I'U1- IN
' PI mint in AsjentK
-if. Fire & Mariue
Iniurntior Ae U
i V I'l.l mi ' "
NER & GO
llMinirnrturliii; .li-w cllcrw.
". OS FOHT HTUEET
Constantly on hand a large assortment
.f I'Vi'i y description of Jon elry.Watche
iJi.ld mil Sliver I'luted Ware, &e.
A. G-. SILVA,'
55 & 57, Uotel Street.
,urailm,e,MattiDg& Carpet Laid
txif Fine Upholstering and Ucdding
i speelilty June lfi-Oin
From and after this date wo
lll not bo tespoubible for any
fielght after sume has been
lauded. Patties to whom
freight is consigned must be at
tlio lauding to receive their
WILDER'8 S. S. Co.
Honolulu, Sept. S, 1000. CIO tf
HEAD THIS I
FOR every 1B0 lluwiillau or other
Paclllc Islands' Mumps received, I
will poht four J'nglisli llluflnited piipeis
per week for a month, or will send one
of the latest Kugllidi, Flench, Geiuiiiu
or hpituUh iioviili. Mump of other
countries cunt In oxchnngo for tliooof
llawull, Alliniiuuer of ailloles seat Iu
cxcliiiugA for iuiiiI poilago Iniiips mid
ni)timiil under Hpeclul iiiraiigoinonts,
liiipoitei'i Wlllilngloii, Ni. Miiuclii'ii
Ur, Eiiglmid, 7!lf I iu
NOTICI5 to AltOlI IV1SOTH I
p JIOITKI iiimMCIvmiIimi I'Iihis tor a
VT HiiIIiik' llimiK iliillillng iu be
I'lrelml on lliu nn H K, ruinei' of Alu
kmi nml llulultiiiilla lrieu, I it J f,ou
Aiukim iiuii, mid en 1 1, (iiiiitngii rm.
liumlwly, mu lultiiil lm', in lm Imiiilml
In In lliu iiiiiliiolgiiud nn or lirlurn l'nh
niury 1. Ihv.L
AplUonMI ulll In wwmih'il for
llic imi plun nml a ini ut W nr lliu
MHUllll lil'l lUU lflllllli.
lkjw mi miiiwiiiiu upiuy in
i .At ra' lAi Jwii wrriunnuriifi v . n, in u v, biiu o " rfii imf.
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li, W, IVAMOfV. wlMilWI'wltlll'WUtrUll476 Ko-W.i.ImuI Hh.h J,, nth, HB
Waterhouse's No. 10 Store
HAVE JUST OP15NED OCT A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
TOYS & NOVELTIES
SUITABLE FOR THE HOLIDAY TRADE, COMPRISING
Hand Painted 'Novelties, Traveling
Cases, Toilet & Smoker's Seta,
EDISON 'S TALKING- DOLLS,
And Dolls of every otltet description. Also, u flno lino of
Children's Books, ew Cum; s,
VELOCIPEDES, CARTS, WAGONS,
BICYCLES, MECHANICAL TOYS,
DOLL CARRIAGES, ROCKING HORSES,
Sofa GflslioB in Silk & saliis, Toys for tie Million.
THE MECHANICAL TOY
LADY OF THE PERIOD.
Telephones, No. 115).-
UU p l&fiJsj !!fiJj U' & a C O I
Having leased tho stoics in tliu brick building known as the
"Lincoln Illock," nearly oppo.-ite tliu old stand, and having disposed
-of that iHution of my stock damaged by the Into liic, nnd being
in lectipt of New Goods per hiM m.'iiniei, and moic on ti c way, I
am )iepared to lill all oiiieiMit. lxfore. Thanking tlio ublic"for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me fm t lie past seven yeais, I
hope by prompt attention to all oideis to nioiiin continuance of the
biimo. At. the now stand shall bo pleased to beo all my old cus
tomers, nnd as many now ones as may find it lo their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
Telephone 240. J&3&& P. O.'Box 25)7.
LEWIS & CO.,
HONOLULU, II. I.,
Importers, Wholesale & Retail Dealers in Groceries & Provisions,
By each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. from California fresh Calafornia Roll
Butter, Frozen Oysters and Fresh California Fruits, Fish, Game, Vegetables,
etc"., etc. A complete line of Crosse & Blackwell'b & J. T. Morton's Canned
& Bottled Goods always on band. AlbO, just received a fresh lino of German
Pates .mil Putted Meats and Bottled Preserved Fruits, Lewis & Co.'b Maltese
Brand Sugar Cured Hams and Bacon, New Breakfast Cereals, Cream Oat
Flnki-s and Cream Wheat Flakes, Sicily Lemons and California Riverside
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