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SATURDAY, JUNE 18, 1892.
Slim' Waimaiialo from Molokai and
Stun .las Makee from Karaa
Stair Kiiiila from Kauai
Stinr Pelo fioin Kauai
Stair Mokolii from Molokai ami Mani
Am Mis stinr Mnrnhi" Star, Garland,
for South ,-ea Islands
Sehr Luka for Kohala and Pohoiki at 10
Selir Moi Wahino for I'.iaililo at 10 a in
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stinr Mokolii for Molokai and Maui at 5
titmr C It Ill-hop for Waianae and Wai-
alua at!) a m
Stinr .las Makee for Kami at 1 p m
Stinr Wanueaie lor Lahaiua anil llama
kua at 10 a m
CAHC0ES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Ja.s Makee "JlioO bags sugar, 01 bil'-
hiilcc. ."U bagi ricu anil '20 packages
From Kapaa per stinr .las Makee lone
IS Win liluUdcll, C Koclling aud 8
LARGE LAND SALES.
OverTwcmy IjoIkiiiiiI I.cuhi'H It icU-
'(l illlWIl at Ollll I'llt'CN.
The sale of land this noon by J. F.
Morgan was largely attended and tho
bidding was brisk. The foreclosure
of certain mortgages against L Akau,
of Wniniuualo, of certain rice planta
tions and chattels aud sugar land,
was olfered first. '1 he first price
offered was S1"),000, when it made a
tremendous jump to S'io.uOO and was
knocked down to the Wainianalo
The Naoue estate was put up next.
Lots 1 and 2 were sold together to
Mr. Holmes" for 81.150. The place
is leased at $180 per annum, eight
years to inn.
Lots 3 and 4, J. A. Mehrten for
$324 and S3.00 respectively.
Lot 5, A. J. llmg, 8350.
Lots G and Oa, Wong Leong, 8335
and S3C0 respectively.
Lots 7 and 8, C. B. Wilson for
Lots i) and 10, llolualani and Ka
laaua'wa (heirs), for 8425 and 8580.
Lot 11, facing Kmnia street, 00
feet on Emma street and 150 feet
deep, flue building on it, to Ellen
Brown Naone, 83,200.
Lot 12, Mrs. Diew, $310.
ICAl'AHULU l'ASTIIHi: LANDS.
Lot 37, 455 acres, lo Hawaiian
Ostrich Faun, $1500.
Lots 38, 33 and 34, Hawaiian Os
trich Farm, 82000.
Hi of l'ahoa, lying west of the last
mentioned laud, Hawaiian Ostrich
FOKLCLOSUItK OF MOK'IOAOK.
Two foicclosuresof mortgage sales
concluded the day's auction Rice
land at Palaina, K. V. Mahelona,
Rice land at Knneohe, two acres,
Queen Dowager Kapiolani, 8200.
UNITED STATES TROPICAL FRUITS.
Some of tho revelations of the cen
sus will startle a good many people.
For instance, there arc now more
than half a million almond trees
actually hearing in the United Slates ;
there are hundreds of thousands of
hearing cocoaiuil trees ; there are
more than a quarter of a million
olive trees, producing fruit equal to
tlie best McdiltTiiiiicau vtuielies,
There are more than half a million
healing hanauii plants, 200,000 hear
ing lemon trees, 4,000,000 orange
trees, ami 21,000,000 pineapple.
And Iho value of tropical and tuiui
tropical fruits giown under the
Auiiirioiiii Hug is iiuuily $20,000,000.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Hkad, 12 m. Weather
cloudy, wind (rush cast.
Tun bund will uivo its r gulur con-
I cert ut Emma Square (his afternoon.
TimiTEi'.N languages are spoken on
boaid (lie Austrian war-ship Fasana.
Thk Y. JI. 0. Ulub meet to-morrow
aftcrno'in ul 1 o'clock at the club
Tin: total amount realized by to
day's laud talcs by .1', l' Morgan was
Tub Puuuhou schools will bieak up
for mid-summci vacation on Thurs
day of next week.
Thk annual meeting of tho Btilish
Benevolent Society will bu held in the
Y. M. O. A. hall on Monday evening.
Thk Hawaii and Kamehameha ball
teams meet, for the second time this
season, Ibis afternoon. A good game
Joe Dillon, the pugilist, was dis
charged yesterday, the evidence not
warranting the Police Justice to com
mit linn for trial.
A mkutinq of American citizens
will be held at the Hawaiian Hotel
this evening for the purpose of ar
ranging for a titling celebration of the
1th of July.
On Monday evening at the Y. M.
C. A. Hall, the lecture on Columbus
will be illustrated by lantern slides of
much merit, shown by members of
the Camera Club.
Commander Nemling and other
olliceisof tho Austro-Hungarian cor
vette Fiisaua, under escort of Air. 11.
F. Glado, Austrian Consul, visited tho
Legislature this morning.
Rev. V. H. Stoy of San Rafael will
preacli at the 0 :45 scrvico of the sec
ond congregation of St. Andrew's
Cathedral on Sunday morning. Spe
cial music will be rendered by tho
choir at this service, and also in the
evening at tho 0 :30 o'clock service.
Tun Bulletin acknowledges the
receipt of the music and words of two
hul i kuis "Ipo Lei Manu" and "Pun
Molekule" tho first ever printed.
They have been copy lighted by Mr.
"W. F. Reynolds of the Golden Rule
Bazaar, in botli the Hawaiian Islands
and tho United States. A few copies
arrived by tho last steamer, which can
be had at the Bazaar at fifty cents a
Miss Mazie Crowley, the young
daughter of Mr. T. J. Ciowlcy of San
Fr.mcihco, is slaying with Mrs. James
at Wuikiki Villa. She came here in
charge of Mr. James, bicw.ird of tin
Australia, and will remain till the re
turn trip ufti'i next of that steamer.
Mr. Crowley was here with tho Ma
sonic excursion from California in
1887, when ho was a Senator of his
Slate. He was one of the most popu
lar of the visitois and delivered an ud
diessattho Fouith of July celebra
tion at Little Britain.
C. J. McCarthy has lots
mi cot for .-ale.
A walnut piano will) iron frame is
for sale on board the bark Veritas.
Ann snaving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
SuNiuiKN lelieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Thk BruiibWiok billiaul pallors are
the most elegant pleasure icsurt in
"Whkke shall I see you tj)is even
ing?" "Oil, same old place, the
A semi-annual meeting of the Trus
tees of the Queen's Hospital will be
held on Wednesday ;it 9:30 a. in.
Dull time- will he mitigated by ad
vertising in the Bulletin. Don't fail
to try this method of catching lite
The phouogi.iph with new recoids
is again put mi exhibition by C
Stoeekle at Ludwigrcn & Cron's ice
Tendeiih for beef cattle for the Mo
lokai settlement will be received at
the Boaid of Health oilico until Wed
nesday, Juno 20.
Delicious codec aud chocolate will
ho soived every numiiug early at tho
Palace Iqo Cieam Pallors, Ludwigson,
& Oion. Hoi nl Ktreet. 1-tf
Dheshmakino, Cutting and Filling
done ut ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Berc
tania street, or Mutual tolophono C'JO,
before 8 a. m. or 5:30 p. in. 8-3m
Miks Maky Lylk, lately book-keeper
with Fgau'& tiiinn, is picpaicd to do
stenographing and type-writing at
moderate rates. Graduate of Hoald's
Business College, San Francii-co.
OilieowithC. J. McCaithy, 35 Mer
chant street. 2-1 in
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
under the leadership of 1'iofessor II.
Berger will give a concert at Emma
Square this afternoon at 4 :30 o'clock.
The following is the program :
March Count Bauer Krai
Overture I oily .Studunts Suppo
Waltz Laura Millocker
Kcinhiibcciicet! of ilellhii Godfrey
Waltz-Gypsy Huron Htrau-s
Mai ch -Vienna Schruuiiuel
Bishop Fitzgerald of the Southern
Methodist Church, defends the
lynching of certain negroes on the
ground that "the unspeakable crime
for which they were lynched, outlaws
the perpetrator, whether white or
black, iu every part of the United
General N, V, Bunks given a good
denl of attention to gardening iu bin
old age. VUllorH to Waltlmin a fuw
days ago buw him In working clolhun
busily planting putuloeu,
Saturday, Juno 18, 1802.
Assembly convened at 10 with
just a quorum present, President
Wnlkcr in the chair. Prayer by
Chaplain Waianinu. Minutes of the
previous meeting were read by the
Clerk and by the Interpreter, and
The following petitions were pre
sented and referred :
By Rep. Akina, from Waimea,
Kauai, that an English school he es
tablished at Miiiui, Kauai. To Com
mittee on Education.
By Rep. Bipikane, from Pauoa
Valley, that three electric lights be
established in that district. To
Committee on Public Lands. Also
that the sum of $5000 be appropriat
ed for repairing roads in Pauoa Val
ley. To same committee.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported bills 50, GO and
Rep. Kancalii gave notice of bills
(1) to amend Sections 11 to 1G,
Chapter 3G, Laws of 1800, and (2)
to establish a college in the kingdom.
Noble Ena read iirst lime bill to
admit certain articles used in the
manufacture of soap free of duty.
Rep. Aid gave notice of a bill to
impose a lax on velocipedes and
Noble Neumann read first time a
bill lo provide for the registration of
male residents of the Kingdom over
the age of 15 years.
Rep. Akina gave notice of bill to
amend Sections 311-312, and to re
peal Section 3 1G of the Civil Code,
relating lo the vaccination of chil
dren ; also, of a bill lo impose an in
come tax on Government employees ;
also, a resolution that the sum of
S4000 he appropriated for the im
provement of roads in the district of
Waimea, Kauai. Referred to Com
mittee on Public Lands.
Rep. Waipuilani gave notice of
bills, (1) to amend Articles 75-7G of
the Constitution ; (2) to levy an in
come tax on the salaries of employees
of the Government ; (3) to compel
candidates for election to the Legis
lature lo take out licenses.
Rep. Kauuamano gave notice of a
bill to amend the "Masters and Ser
vants Act;" also, Sections 1 11!) and
1120 of the Civil Code; also, a bill
relating to tie public health; aUo,
to prohibit tho drafting of legal doc
uments except by those licensed to
practice law ; also, a resolution that
SG00 be appioprialed fur the purpose
of repairing a court house at Uono
kaa. Ilawaii. To Committee on Pub
Noble W. Y. Horner gave notice
of a bill to amend Sections 3, 4, 0,
8 and 0 of the Road Board Act.
Noble Macfarlaue, under suspen
sion of the rules, presented a report
from the Finance Committee on the
bill to allow keepers of billiard halls
aud bowling alleys to sell tobacco
and cigars without special license.
The committee were not in favor of
the bill and recommended that it be
laid on the table. After consider
able controvers, not debate, includ
ing an appeal from a ruling of the
chair, in which the chair was sustain
ed, the report of the committee was
At 10 40, on motion, the Order of
the Day was taken up and bill No.
12, relating to providing a police jus
tice for the district of Waimea,
Kauai, was read for the third time
Fault was found with the enacting
clause, aud the dilllculty was not
gotten over until after fifteen min
utes of, as the President said,
"waste of lime." The hill was
Bill No. 1G, to appropriate money
($10,000) for hands, ll.igs and sa
lutes, for current expenses, was read
for the third time, and, on motion of
Noble Cornwell, was passed.
Bill No. 38, appropriating 818,000
for continuance of tlie woik on the
Volcano Road was read for the third
time aud, on tin tion, passed.
Bill No. 38 relating to duties was
read for the second time and after
various counter motions finally re
ferred to the Committee on Ways
Bill No. 5, relating to tho segrega
tion of lepers was read a second time
and icferred to tlie Sanitary Commit
tee. Bill No. 34, to provide for tlie
appointment of a District luslice for
Kalaupapa and Kalawao, island of
Molokai, was read for the second
time and after discussion, on
motion of Noble Neumann, tlie bill,
after escaping indefinite postpone
ment, wae referred to the Judiciary
On motion at 11 :50 the Assembly
I'.X " lll-IIIUIII'l'."
The Pacikio Haudwahk Co., Lil.,
liavo Just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doulton
Ware, comprising Breakfast aud Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cup and Sau
cers, Jugs, etc., etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
ami Supplies is very complete, as also
of Lubricating Oilw.
C'arbolinuiiin Avuuiniii by lliu bar
rul, case or smaller quantity.
Two Snvnit i:nrniiiit"fM In lm liny
In iiHtdble Ymil.
Two bare knuckle fights lo a finish
took place yesterday afli riioon in the
rear yard of the Club stables on
Fort street. The first light was be
tween to employees of ll e stables
and hapened about 2:30 o'clock.
The encounter lasted three-quarters
of an hour without rest. Bare
knuckles being used Ihe result of the
visitation of the blows on each others'
anatomy ran be easily imagined.
Being a private light aud personal
ill-feeling tlie motive, it was witnessed
by only live persons and was quieily
enacted. The bigger fellow of tliu
two was badly punished about the
face and body, while the smaller fel
low, who is known as a hud 'tin, es
caped with but few bruises.
At four o'clock two men Kelly
aud Rafael appeared stiipped for
the second light. Tlie cause of the
fight is known to only a few, who
will not say anything about the af
fair. Some say that Rafael insulted
a lady and Kelly took up her cause.
It is known, however, that a fight
was arranged between tlie pair for
S25 a side, and the lime and p ace
were selected. Similar to tlie first
fight bare knuckles were used. At the
start Ralael smashed Kelly on the
face, causing a deep gash on tlie
cheek with a profuse How of blood.
Kelly started in, but failed to do any
harm, owing to Rafael's height.
Kelly, in order to avoid llafael's on
slaughts, resorted to clinching and
was afforded needed respite through
his tactics. A young blood acted as
referee and separated the fighters
when any unfair methods weie dis
played. Blow after blow lained on
Kelly's face with 3ickening regular
ity, the whack being plainly lieaui on
the street. Every time Kelly was
struck the blood spin ted in every
direction. He was fairly smothered
with blood. Back aud forth fiom
one end of the ard to the other the
lighters fought, each following up
every advantage. The fight cau-od
such a noise that a large crowd from
outside soon collected in tlie yard
Not a few turned away in disgust at
tlie ututal exhibition. I lie very
ground was stained with blood, and
the young sport who did the separat
ing was spattered with the red fluid.
The battle lasted for over half an
hour when Kelly, faiily exhausted,
acknowledged hunsilt a beaten man
During the light a lump rose over his
eye which had to be lanced. Kelly
was taken home aud i iuw conl'meil
to his bed under the caie of adocloi.
His face is diliguuil, being cut in
A police ullie. r, attracted hi the
noise, entered the yard near the
finish of the battle ami was ordered
off the piumises. The ollieer repott
ed to the Police Station and auolhir
ollieer was scut with him to an est
Samuel F. Graham, the manager ol
the Slah.es, for allowing lighting on
the premises. Graham went to the
Station and was later released, hav
ing, it is supposed, made a sell
clearing explanation of some kind.
ST. ANDKEW'S CATHEDRAL.
The services of the cathedral 'con
gregation, June 18, first Sunday after
Trinity, will be as follows: Holy Com
munion 0:30 a. in. ; moiniug prayer,
11 a. m. ; Hawaiian evensong 3:30 p.
in ; evensong and sermon 7:30 p.
m. All are invited.
The services of the Second Congre
gation of St. Andiew'b Cathedral
first Sunday after Trinity, will be as
follow: 0:45 a. in., mninuig piay.-r
with sermon ; Te Deiim, Dudley Buck,
in K flat; Jubilate, bv Dudley Buck,
in A; hymns 3G7, UK) and I0G. (1:30
p. in. evensong wi'h .seniMii; Mag
nificat anil Nunc Di niitis, Tours in
F; hymns 21 I and 231. Rev. Alex
ander .Mackintosh, pastor All aic
CI.N'IKAL UNION ClIUUCU.
Pleaching by the pastor and Suc
i anient ot the hold's Supper ul 11a
in. At the eeniiiLt seivice, tin- Rev.
C. M. Hyde, D. I)'., will preach the
annual sermon before the faculty aud
students ol Oahu College. All are
High Mass, 10 a. m. ; Ros.iry and
catechism, 2 p. in. ; Sermon followed
by the Benediction of the Holy Sac
rament, 4 :30 p. in.
Evangelistic bervices will be con
ducted by the Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7 :30
T. M. C. A. HALL.
Evangelistic services in the Y, M.
C. A. hall, (5:30 to 7: IS p. in.
A traveling man who chanced to
be in the store of E. V. Wood, at
Mcliees Rocks, Pa,, says while he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl camu iu with an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
said: "Mamma wants another bot
tle of that medicine; she says it ie
tliu beet medicine fur rhi'iimalisin she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers, Benson, Smith &Cu.,
Lord Tennyson it. the oldest Eng
lish author, his first book having
been published iu 1830. Mr. Glad
stone comes next, his pamphlet,
"The State in Its Relations with the
Church," appearing eight years
lion I'tiiiuii, Neaily New.
Pi ho $UU.
lai Apply on boiud llnik 'VofIhu."
When in need of SOAP
llm I you will be better
suited eveiy way by go
hi lo a store that keeps
iis'orlinenl of the article re-
believe it may in
you lo know that
stoie is that place,
wei k we call nitr
i i Vrtiusu'
nl'ciiiion to . i new soap in thin miu
kel. As the manufacturers have not
been in huiuc fot centuries thoy
aio willing to ffGiffiR. I"""1 wit1'
their prod net !'Bfii',5fei,Jv'v?i for less ino-
a ml you te - -
Jus-. S. Kirk it Co. are striving (o
make as goi d mi article as the oilier
soup nuikei's ami
Shan il mi Hill
equal to Ihe tu'sl.
tlie i r
These cuts do not re
present the sie uf tlie cakes, but the
difi'erenct' is in the price.
The store that sells the
best soda will sell the most
son). You are a judge of
HQBR0N, NEWMAN & CO..
Cni'iK-i- Koi-l ilt Ivlntr t-t I'l-cls.
DON'T FAIL TO HEAR
Wizard IMKon's Latent
The admiration anil wonder o' the PUb
century, will be on exhibition on June
18th, from t) A. M. to J r. m., at
LODWIGSEN & CRON'S STORE,
For u shoit time only, with a New and
Choice Selection of Beuoids by the mo-t
ir.O lw (J. STOECKLK.
"ST . TV
MONDAY EVENING, J.me 20 h.
AT 7:a O'CLOCK.
By rROF. K
l!Iu-lr:iK tl liv
I M l s Pt'ip".
a i ii
lee urn i
I. iSS- !
: : 50CTS.
IS I I"
SK.MI-AN.ST' l. Meeting of Ihe
Honnl of 'i iiMc',s.of ill" Oiiifi-
Ho-pli-il will be holil on IIDXIM) lY
NPXT, thu'JL'il lust . ut .l::ili o'elm-k A.
m , at the Itu-nn nf the ('li-oiibei of (.'on - ,
meiee. Kei-tiiiii ot (Jllli-cr mid Physi
cian. A full attendance is (le-'ueil .
V. A. S;iIAKPKIl A CO , j
Honolulu, June IS, IS'.U. l."0 8t I
"VTOTliiB U hereby given that the im- j
x dersigneil have hiiuglii t h llici j
Plantation situ.iteil hi P.ilolo Valli-, i
O.ibii. Ii'-ietnfoiu eonilueieil liiuhr the j
name ol loin An-r iy lug uiiuy. mil
lh.it all iiiilebleilnes, il -my, isltliigon
account of r-.iiil p'aiit.i'iou, is to be pan!
by s.ild Tom Aug or lug ( hoy, and that
we will not be le.sponsible therefor.
U!l3t III TIN Gl'X
OTI'lftlC nn Iteietatna
-lii-i I No. !!!). iioilhwe-r
-- -'''', ' ' Cllt 11 M. Oil itlltllkil Slllf Ol lOMll
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t-rni I a i ni ii-j. I I!- dioniu-. e-lile-. Ullchcu,
I'.iiitiy. ISmliio -! . e e Ti.iuiwai ear'
plsllg. Apply In
ll'i lv II. W . -.('ll . IDT A; sons.
ANAUAi. Ml'MC I-N.
rpilK aiiiiu.il liiiellng of the lliilish
X Benevolent .Soeielv Will be buhl ul
Ihe Y. M. I'. A. Himiii nn MtlSD.iY
KVKNlNG, June L'0, IK)-.', nt S n'cloek.
A full iitleiiilunee of the silb-eilbera to
this charitable society is requested.
BKV. A. MACKINTOSH,
115 7t Vieu-Piesident.
''pilli Stocklinhleis of Waihee Sugar
X Company will please lake notice
that a Special Meeting of Mockhnldcrs
will he held at O. Iliewer A; Co 's olllee,
Queen stieet, on THURSDAY, June
y;lid next, at II o'clock a ji.
J. O. CARTER,
41Slw Secretary Waihee Sugar Co.
CiERTIKICATH No. b'J. T Shines 1st
erie.s Stock, Unwed Julv 7, lni)u, to
II. M. Dow. Ceilllle.ilu No. ."0."., 10
Slim ch 2d Sciics Stuck, lsMicd .lami.uy
5, loOl, to II. M. Dow. All of tho Pio
neer building iV Loan Association. All
pernoiis in u warned against negotiating
the said i-haics. t IS ;it
1 nut Ii
hi'ieby uivun that I will
nn ici-iiiiiiMtiio tor any mils
for 'he hteamei Akiuual"
without my wiltten order.
JOHN P. IIUWLKIt.
Owner Sle.iiucr "Akauiui."
Iloiiohilit, June HI, ln'JJ. 4hJw
ASPRINOPIKLD 30 Light (ins Ma
chine in complete, winking older
and giiuiiuiteed. Will he sold upon
foAoialilc. tiiinn' lo the piuehiism'. AUo
a few llainUoiiiu FUimto. Apply lo
;niu t( Klu ticct.
I'ictui'o I''niiii(is ninilo to
onlor I'roiu IiHijhi (yl'.sol
iiiouldiiiKS. itoiioviilioii of
old piiitiiri'.H u HPiiitiiilty at
Kiui; UroH,, liolul htruul.
din i tQion
f I . Q
pulation niid- an ornament lo the
kitchen. It washes ahtl dries more crockery, glasswate and knives and
folks in five minutes than your cook could attend lo in an hour. .They arc
iu use in Honolulu and are giing saii-faelion. Our supply is limited.
AWA.IIAN RARDWcUlE CO.,
Fori all cot, iippo. Srockels' LJaiiK t IInuululu
D B C !! I i
UP S B tk. u y saw
frr. iooi., ftiio.
BREWERS OF FUE
Pure Malt and Highest Oracle Hops !
C;5y No Corn or Corn prcparali -ns u el in place of Mai', as is I'one
by oilier Eastern Breweries, in or-i-'r to cheapen the e st of their 15"er,
and compete wpli our h 1-iin -w tied a el j -is Iv f u u-d -ntu le.
With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brewing Capacity : G kettles every 2 1 hours, G,000 Barrels, or 1,SOO,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption op Matt.riai. : Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,o00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn J'reii.'irations arc used in the manufacture
of the Anheuser-Busch Bkp.h. It is," therefore, the highest priced but the
Tiost wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity: 100,000,000 Bottles and 5,000,000 Kegs.
The A11hc1l3cr-Bii-1.l1 Lo. hae e.uried oil the higuest honors and the
highest class gold medals wherever they have competed. At all of tile
International Exhibitions, tluoiighoul the world, their Beer excelled all
This Company h;fYe prepared a special brand of their highest grade
Beer, for the Hawaiian Islands, known as " SPKCI A L IJK13W," with
a handsome label and iu white bottles, which with their best " lSXl'OUT
ANUI3USIDK" iu dark bottles, heretofore iuported, we will now
supply to the trado in quantities to suit.
U. W. MACFAHLANE & CO.,
,ty;eiili foe ill' 'iwtiiiim InIiiikN.
104 Fort -street, Honolulu.
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