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THURSDAY, JUNK 23, 1892.
June all -.Stmr
Waialeale from Uaninkuii
Stmr J A Cuuunlus from KooUm
June 23 f
Austro-Hungarian Corvette Fasana,
Neinllng, tor Yokohama.
Stmr Kilauea Hon ior.Kiibului and Ila-
makiia ports. c
Stmr James Makeo for Kapnu. nt 4 p in.
Stmr l'ele for Mnkaweli, K.iuai.
Stmr Kaulkeaouli for 1'iuiu.
VFSSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
,;itJnrtsy G Hull for Maul and Hawaii at
10 -x m
1 SHIPPING NOTES.
1 lie steamer Jtiiuus Miikcc took
seveial hiiudied bags ot middlings di
icet fiom the baik S O Allen this morn
ing for tiauspoitation to Kapaa, Kauai
The MaUee left for that port this after-
The four-master Alice Cooke has
been moved lo the I M S t, whail where
slio awaits a cargo of sugar for the
The ship l'.ictolus if taking in stou"
iballast and will leave shortly for the
The schooner Louis lcceived an ad ill -Ttloual
installment of sugar from the
steamer C K Bishop to-day,
The yachts lleienc, Ilealaui, Hawaii
saud the hootch Lassie have been hauled
oil the Marine Hallway to bo cleaned.
HuNORS FROM JAPAN.
Ilor 3I:'Jenii. the JlniiMti-r. ami Or
fluiuiH Itert-ivc Jlei'oratlo u.
ITer Majesty the Queen received
II. I. J. M.'s Diplomatic Agent and
Consul General, Taigo Musnki, at the
Palace, this noon, and received
through his hands from the Emperor
of Japan the decoration of the Grand
Cross of the Imperial Japanese Or
der of the Crown. IJer Majesty was
attended by His Excellency A. S.
Clejjhorn, Col. the Hon. CuitisT.
Iaukea, Major S. Rowlein and Mrs.
C. B. Wilson.
At the same audience the following
ollicials also received the following
described decorations, and permis
sion was granted by Her Majesty to
the several recipients to accept the
First class of the Order of the Sa
cred Treasure Samuel I'arker, Min
ister of Foreign Affairs.
Second class of the Order of the
Sacred Treasure C. N. Spencer,
Minister of Interior; H. A. Wide
mann, Minister of Finance; W. A.
Whiting, Attorney-General ; Paul
Neumann, J. S. Walker, Win. G.
ilrwin and S. M. Damon.
Third Class of the Order of the
Sacied Treasure Cols, J. W. Hoh-
' 'vw, Jno. D. Holt, If. V. Bertel-
crl' John T. Baker, II. II. Baker,
w "m i "Viwell and J. Hichardson,
i i'i i 45, Jowlein, F. P. Hast
and Major . J A IIa88illgt,,.t
ings, Kb. 1 . w j s ,th 1Jau,
Clitis. Cre.ghlo n, d
P. Kanoa, W. D. . K r 'd A ,
Wilson, Joseph O. Ca nU A-l'
Peterson. , , ,i1(,
Fourth Class of the OrcVr r '
Sacred Treasure Wray Tuylo'r
VECETARIANS THE BEST SINGERS.
One whose business it has been to
Hud persons suited for vocalists says
he never loses his time looking for a
line voice in u country where 1UU or
meat diet pievuils, Vocal capacity
disappears in families us they grow
neb, becuusu they eat more menu
Those Italians who eat the most fish
(those of Naples and Genoa) have
few fine singers among them, The
sweet voices arc found in Irish women
of the country, and not of the towns.
Norway is not a country of singers,
because they eut too much llsh j hut
Sweden is n country of grain and
song. The carnivorous birds cioak j
grain eating birds sing. Musical
Picture Fniinos inadotn
oritur from hilust Hlylomif
iiiouluiiiKH. KoiioviiMoii of
old pitthiroH a HM!ohiliy at
King Jlrori., Jlotol Hlruol.
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
DtAMo.vn ITraii. Jl m. tn Wcnthor
! cloudy, wind I rush northctst.
' TilKAustro-Huiigarhin corvette Fa
Riin.i loft this afternoon for Yokohama
after n visit hero of twelve days.
Tun H. M. S. Alameda will bo here
from tin' Colonic on June 30, and the
Monowai from Sun Francisco July 1.
Miss- Blanche Uomwoll ia giving a
ten party to her friends at the Corn
well residence, JudJ street, this after
noon. The outlook is favoiuhle for an ox
cuifion trip to Maui by the Hteatner
Claiidiue In wittier I lie fourth of
July races nt Wniltiku.
Tm: closing oxcroii-es of the ICainn
baiueha School will lake place in
Hinliop 1 1. ill, Tuesday evening, the
28lh iuet., at 7:30 o'clock.
A mkktino of the executive com
niittcc on the Fourth of July celebra
tion will bo held at the Hawaiian Ho
tel at 8 o'clock this evening.
Tin: midsummer vacation of the
I'unahou Preparatory school com
mences to-morrow. This week has
been occupied with examinations.
The graduating exercises of O.ihu
College will take place at Central
Union Church this evening ut 7:110
o'clock. The exorcises will be public.
Invitations uie out for tho mar
riage of Mr. Tlieo. Richards and
Mies May Atherton, tho event to take
place Wednesday evening, the 20th
Die. G. W. Woods, formerly fleet
surgeon, who was hero on the Charles
ton, has assumed tho duties of his
new position as medical iuspector at
Tub S. S. Palinas of the Upton line
from Yokohama will be due here on
Friday and will leave again for Port
land, Or., nud Victoria, B. C, the fol
J. F. Moroan will hold a sale of
groceries, crockery, glassware and
liquors, by order of H. Haekfcld &
Co., to-morrow at 10 o'clock, to close
Miss Lottie Alexander, a sister of
Pi of. W. I). Alexander, is one of the
quarantined passengers on the Yumu
shiro Muru. Miss Alexander is just
returning from a trip' around the
A concert by the musical talent of
Honolulu will be given on Saturday
evening at Kawaiabao church for the
Licnclitof the Kauai Industrial school.
Tickets can be hud at the bookstores
and other business hnusuii.
Anotiiku reader gives, as tho very
fastest pacing record, that of Mr.
Salisbury's Direct, which was 2'G, ac
cording to an advertisement of Balkan
in the Bleeder and Sportsman. This
lime was made last year.
A Chinaman named Ah On was ar
rested yesterday on the complaint of
a fellow-countiyman that ho had un
lawfully appropriated a lo., of clothing
valued at ijiijO belonging to complain
ant. The complainant declared that
ho caught his man with the articles
This morning the prisoner pleaded
guilty and was sentenced to imprison
munt at hard labor for two years.
The room of W. Wenberger, second
mate ot the brigt. W. G Irwin, on
Kearny street in San Francisco, was
entcied on June 1st, by a Chinaman
named Jim Chin Lung. Wenberger
hud been on hoard the Irwin all day
and returning at night noticed the
furniture disarranged. With the aid
of a police officer the Chinaman, hare
footed and bareheaded, was found in
C. J. MoOaktjiy has lots on Liliha
stiect for Mile. 3-tf
Aukii Miuving use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. LViimui, Smith fc Co., Agouti-1-tl'
SiiNiitiiiN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic, lten.-on, Smith & Co.,
A rtiiu.K! pound has been establish
ed at Puuuluu, witli S. Kaauu as
Tun Brunswick billiard parlors are
the most elegant pleasure resort in
"Wiikkk slialt 1 6eo you tins even
ing?" "Oh, same old place, tho
Tm: publ c pound of Kawiiihau,
Kauai, has boon changed from Kiilua
lihilihi to Kapuna-kai.
J. OuuEKKiitK'H entire household
furnituio will be sold at auction next
Tuesday by Jas. F. Morgan.
Boat, nails and axes will be sold at
10 o'clock to-morrow, for account of
whom it may concern, by Jus.F. Mor
gan. Thk entire household furniture of
Dr. Lilts: will bo sold at his residence,
Alakea street, next Wednesday, by
,Ias, F. Morgan.
Dni.IciOtiB coil'eo and chocolate will
bo tcrvi'd 4'very morning early at tho
l'jilaco Tee Cream J'arlois, Ludwigbon,
& Cjou. Hotel Rtrect. 1-lf
A okhtu:man Jiviiic at Ailington
Hotel wiViics lo purchase a horse,
harness and top vehicle in good con
dition, fiom one who will ell very
Tkndehs for supplies for the Molo-k-ni
Kuttleinont will bo received at the
Uoaid of Health ollice until noon of
Wednesday. Tho list of articles will
bu found in the ollicial column.
DiiEHsMAKiMi, Uniting and Fitting
done at ladies' houses. Perfect lit
guaiantccd. MISS WOLF, 7!MJre
tuuia street, or Mutual telephone (J'JIi,
before 8 u. in. or b:'M p. in. 8-!Jm
Miss Maiiv LYi.K,lately hook-keeper
wilh F.giiu A (iiiiin, jh prepared to do
stenographing ami type-writing ut
moderate inlrs, Graduate of Mould's
llUHiiinM College, Sau FrancUco,
Ollho wilh 0. J. MeUatthy, ilfi Mur
chant rlrcut. --lm
mnn t nmcu iw
. Thursday, June 23, 1802.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock.
Prayer and reading of lumutes. Min
The following petitions were pre
By Hep. Akina, from Ilnw&ii, that
an appropriation of S2UU0 be made
for a d.iui across a certain ticaui.
To Public Lauds.
By Hep. Bipikane that SoOOO be
appropriated for improving Nuuaiiit
valley rood as far as the Half-way
Noble Wilcox, from the Committee
on Education, presented a teport rec
ommending action on various peti
tions as follows : On a petition that
A sum of money be appropriated for
education of lluwtuiaiis in medicine,
the committee say that a law passed
in 1890 which applies to the subject,
(2) that petitions piuying that Eng
lish schools he established atKoolau
loa, Oahu, and Mann, Kauai, he re
ferred to the Board of Education, as
also the resolution to appropriate
83000 for English schools at Waialua
and Katnalo, Molokai. (3) That
resolutions relating to appropriations
(81000) for girl'H school at Kohala
and (SjOOO) for the Ililo Boarding
School, be laid on tho table for con
sideration with the Appropriation
Bill. The committee say that "they
do not feel it our duty to recommend
the House lo appropriate the money
of the people for the support of pri
vate schools. If one receives support
from the Government all have an
equal right to it and the Treasury is
not in a condition to meet appropria
tions of that kind. As many peti
tions of the kind may yet appear we
roturn these to the House for their
action, the fate of these may settle
all others of a similar kind." Signed
by four members of the committee.
On motion the report was adopted.
Noble J. M. Horner gave notice
of a bill to abolish the ollice of tax
assessor. Noble W. Y. Horner gave notice
of bill to regulate Chinese immigra
tion. Also of a bill to reduce the
duties on rice.
Noble Pua offered a resolution that
the Judiciary Committee he instruct
ed to report on the Constitutional
Convention of 1800 by to-morrow.
The resolution was on motion of Hep.
Smith amended to lead "an early
dale" and adopted.
Rep. White gave notico of a bill
relative to the practice of dentistry.
He also offered a resolution that
82000 be appropriated for assistance
to lolani College. Tabled for future
Rep. Bipikane presented a resolu
tion biUtling with "whereas" and
instaucing in the clearest ones that
"R. W. Wilcox is kept in confine
ment at the Station House in Hono
lulu under a simple commitment
which does not incapacitate him from
his seat in the House, and whereas
he remains a Representative as long
as a regular trial ha$ not decljied
him guilty of a crime:
"Resolved, that this House in
order to enable Rep. R. W. Wilcox
to attend lo the meetings of the
Legislature, requests the Govern
ment to older his immediate release
and grant him full freedom to go to
and from the House, up to the dry at
which his regular trial will come be
fore the next term of the Supreme
Noble Marsdcu moved that the
iesolution be referred lo the Judi
ciary Committee ; amended by Rep.
Kuunamaiio that the committee be
iustiuclcd to report to-morrow.
Rep. Ashfonl doubled the legality
of the resolution as presented and
offered the following amendment :
Resolved, that the Judiciary Com
mittee be instructed to inquire and
report, (1) whether it is competent
and legal for the Attorney-General
to at once abandon the prosecution
against II, W Wilcox and his co-defendants;
(2) Whether the Attorney-
General has agreed or promised to
abandon the said prosecution upon
the happening of any event or events.
If so whether such event or events
have happened or occurred, why the
promise or agreement of the Attorney-General
has not been carried
In speaking to the resolution Rep.
Ashfoid said that as he understood
the facts they were that counsel and
friends of V. V. Ashford were pro
mised that as soon as the said V. V.
Ashford left the country the Attorney-General
would at once set the
other defendants at liberty. As soon
as Judge Dole had given his decision
releasing some of the defendants the
statement was made in open court
that warrants would be issued for
their real rest on a charge of con
spiracy. It was brought to the at
tention of the Attorney-General or
his deputy that this action might be
allayed by the departure of one of
the defendants. Although he knew
of no direct promise being made, yet
jt was tacitly so understood by the
counsel for the defense and imme
diate steps were taken for the tie-
T . m r r k . I. l i-
purture oi v. v. Asuioru. in cou
bequence of this action no new war
rant) were taken out. On June 13th
in conversation with the Attorney
General he mulerbtood that people
confined wete to bu ket nt liberty on
departure of V. V. Ashford, The
departure of V. V. Ashford wa
effected on board tho J. D. Spreckels
sailing from Kuhulul on June 18th.
The Attorney-General has, however,
now bettled back in his liiuneas like
butilky mule unci lias not dono as
was tacitly ugreed to, There were
others In the House besides himself
that understood the mullet' ua lie did.
Minister Wliitllig-I ttotildask Hie
honorable member for leave to speak
a word or two.
Rep. Ashford Toti can hnvc llio
floor when I et through.
Minister Whiting I only wish to
know whnt was the assurance you any
Rtp. A?lltord repeated the state
ments tntulc. He could not read the
iiiind of the Attorney-General, if he
had a mind, but if his word cannot
bo relied on us Attorney-General he
has no business to be retained in that
position. Current rumors say that
His Eminence the Marshal has oh
J cted to the release and foi bidden
the Attorney-General lo lake Mich
action. Think that the uiember is
afraid that Wilcox's vole will make
tho iwenly-llfih one and throw him
out of ollice.
Minister Whiting said that there
was no truth iu the statement made
that assurances had been given by
the Attorney-General of the nature
mentioned. It was true that an as
surance was given that the Attorney
General would take the matter under
consideration. The matter is not one
in which the Marshal has or will or
can control the action of the Attorney-General.
The matter is under
consideration and the Cabinet will
act on it.
Rep. Bipikane accepted the amend
ment. Relative to the action of the
Court he instanced the arrest of two
persons who had together stolen a
chicken, had cooked and had eaten
it between them. On tiial one was
declared not guilty and let go by ihe
judge. In the treason cases we were
all in it together, one was as bad as
the olhor, the judge said that I was
not guilty, said that Ashford was not.
The decision showed how rotten the
Courts were and how little reliance
could ho placed on their justice. He
thought of bringing in a resolution
of want of confidence in the Cabinet
Rep. Ashford said that, from the
statements made by the Attorney
General, he was forced to acknow
ledge that be had misunderstood him.
He had believed differently, but
would not dispute the statement of
The resolution was passed as
amended and referred to the Judici
The Minister of Interior presented
answers lo questions by Rep. Ed
monds, read by llio Clerk as follows :
In reply to the question of the
Hon. W. E. Edmonds, Representa
tive from South Wailuku, for in
formation as to why the water pipes
for the Wailuku and Kahuliii Water
Woiks have not been laid, I would
stale, that after the pipe and lilting?
(which hud been all otdircd fiom
abroad) weic mostly dolhored and a
competent man hail been' employed
to const) net the water works system,
it-was discovered vthal the Govern
incut had no right to the water which
it had intended to make use of. The
work was thercfoie of necessity stop
ped. Negotiations .have been open
ed to obtain the required water privi
leges and are now pending.
Rep. Ashfoid piesented the follow
ing questions to tho Minister ot Foi
eign Affairs: (1) Is Her Majesty
contemplating a trip to Tahiti or else
where in the near Ititure? (2) Has
any such project been advised? (3)
The date and the purpose? (-1) What
arrangements for conducting the
Government during any such ab
sence? (3) The expected duiatiou?
(ti) Is public money lo be asked for,
and the amount?
Minister Parker said that the quos
lions could be answered iiumeilialelv
and briefly. He would say "No" to
all. The Cabinet had no knowledge
of any such occurrences as outlined
iu the questions.
Minister Wideinann piesenled the
report of the Postmaster-General, iu
printed form, and it was distributed
Rep. Wuipuilaui lead fur the liist
tune a bill to facilitate the acquiring
and settlement of Uomesieads.
Rep. Pua read for the lir.st time a
bill to amend Chap. 71, Lawsol lH'JO,
relative lo Goveruois; also, a lull
authorizing the Minister of Interior
to grant a license for the distillation
of "stront: spirituous liquors."
Rep. Bipikane read for the first
time a bill authorizing the Minister
of the Inlei ior to grant licenses to
native Hawaiiaus to practice medi
cine. Rep. losepa offered a resolution
thai the Minister of Interior state to
the Assembly whether the Govern
ment had any interest in the wharf
at Ilauioa, liana, Maui. Referred
to lh! Miuister.
Rep. Wuipuilaui presented a ques
tion lo the Minister of Foreign Af
fairs as to whether the Chief Clerk
of the Foreign Ollice had taken the
oath of allegiance.
At 11:33 the Order of the Day
was moved, bringing up consideration
of Bill No. 35, "to compel drivers of
vehicles to carry lights during the
hours of diiikness."
Pending action, at 12 o'clock, the
Assembly took recess until 1 :30 p. in.
REMOVING THE BAR.
The hydraulic dredge, while doing
excellent woik yesterday, had sever
ut lengths of discharge pipe carried
away by the swell. A spud renew
ed lust time Ihe divdge came into
port ou'y lasted lb uiiiiutes. The
pipe is now replaced and the dredge is
wot king without the spud, secured iu
position only by anchois. Ills found
that II works till light so llxed, also,
the cutler having been discuided,
that it works effectively by miction
alone. Thu heap of sand iiheady
discharged on Ihe reef lupreHontt. a
formidably ovlcut of bur removed.
The best spring medicine is a dose
or two of St. I'atrlok'B Pills. They
not only physio hut ulu.ine thu whole
hyteiu and purify the blood. For
bale by Benson, Smith & Co,, Agents,
P.v ' Ilctiiiiiit-e."
The Pacific Haudwaue Co., LdM
hove just received from England an
invoice of the well-known Doillton
Wmu, comprising Breakfast and Din
ner Sets, Toilet Sets, Cups and Sau
cete, Jugs, elc, etc.
Their supply of Plantation Tools
and Supplies Is very complete, ns also
of Lubricating Oil.
Carbolitieum Acnaiitis by the bar
rd, case or smaller quantity.
TI 1 10 ellieiic.v of hot water iu iullatu
uiatory conditions can baldly be
overrated. To a limited extent its
value has long been known. Our
griindiuntcrs made tiso of woolen
cloths dipped in hot water us a sub
stitute for hot-water bags, At pieseul
tho worth of this remedy in almost all
forms of pain is generally recognized
by the medical profession.
Hot cloths, however, uie not con
venient of application; are apt to wot
the clothes, unil l lioy soon cool and
require repealed dipping. The rubber
bag is iu every respect superior. Once
luought to tho proper temperature,
the boat is long retained; it is neat,
and easy of application.
We have ilium in sizes of 1, 2, 3
ami -1 quarts.
Every household should have one
at least ready for an emergency.
HOBRON. NEWMAN & CO.,
Corner IocL V IvIiilc streolH.
H." F. WICHMAR
Is showing u beautiful line of
In tlit piuicetl wink mi'.v i- i popu
lar rtml ut fjriuu- tvliiiili y tm mi 1
For Such Htyh Gade Gootlf. (
H. F. WICHiyiAN!
DON'T FAIL TO HE '
WI.111I Kill-ou's I.atc-t
Talk ns Eaclvne.
'I'lii1 admiration mil wii er u' tli" I t'
ceiitiiT. will hi- on oluhi'l hi on JiiiU'
lfilll, 1 1 1 Mil ;i a. M ' l' M . at
For 11 i-hoit time only, with a New and
Uinlcc M'lecliim of Kecoids b the 11111-I
150 lw !. STOEfMvl.K.
t MICISTIXG of the Kxecutive Cnm-
V mil lee will beheld at the Hawaiian
Hotel 011 THURSDAY KVKNINO, June
'J3, 18UL', at S o'clock.
J. A OILMAN,
-t. 2L Sucielnry.
"TOTIOE is heieby elven that I will
1 not be responsible for any bills
contractu! for ihe hteiiiner "Akamai"
without my wiilteu.oiiler.
JOHN K. HOWLKK.
Owner Steamer "AMtiimi."
Honolulu, June Hi, lhui. MS -Jw
ASI'JMNOriKLI) IIO-Llght Gas Ma
chine hi complete woi king older
and guaiantccd. Will ho sold upon
favorable tcriiii- to thu piuehaser. Also
a few UiiiiiImiiiiu Fixtures. Apply lo
31)0 tf King street.
A.MAN who uniluistauds fanning
ami UiMii'r cuie of Mock: must bo
I fober ami thoiniiglily pu-lcd iu bU work
ami nave goon icicicnccs; iiouo uui a
competent man need apply. Addiesn
"P. O. Ho. L," Honolulu. 4 12 1 in
NOT 1 015
UAN1LL LOO. AX will act for mo
under power of attorney dining
my absence fiom thu Kingdom.
Honolulu. Juno JJ, bi. IV.I :it
TO 1, 1ST
rpVVO New Oottugiw In hit
.1. on l'uneliboksl tliutit.
13 Nuiiauu UitHil.
You Can Telephone For One
I a i? Tr-Mi' 'I'
11 feif '
pulation and an ornament lo the
kitchen. It washes and dries more crockery, glassware and knives and
folks in live minutes lliiiu your cook could attend to in an hour. They are
in use in Honolulu and are giving satisfaction. Our supply is limited.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
ST. LOUIS, IIO.
Pure Malt and HighBsi Oradg Hops'!
Jfriy" No Corn or Corn preparations u 1 in pi n if M ill, as is 'lone
by o tier Eastern Breweries, in order to i-li ap n tic c -t of their L i-r,
and compete wuh oui woiid rcnmwicd and jus'U fi i 1 -trtu lc
Hfiii Fi if 1 3-o H W 1 1 ffi
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With the Completion of the New Brewhouse,
the Brewing Capacity is the Largest
of any Brewery in the World.
Brfaving Capacity : G kettles every 2i hours, fi.OOO Barrels, or 1,800,000
Barrels per year.
Consumption ok Material : Malt, 12,000 bushels per day 3,600,000
bushels per year. Hops: 7,.r00 lbs. per day 2,250,000 lbs. per year.
No Corn or Corn Preparations arc used in the manufacture
of the ANiinusr.u-Buscii Br.KK. It is, therefore, the highest priced, but the
-post wholesome and really the least expensive for its superior quality.
Annual Shipping Capacity : 100,000,000 Bottles and "i,000,000 Kegs.
The Anheuser-Busch Co. hnvo carried olf the highest honors and tho
highest class gold medals wherever tlioy have competed. At all of tho
International Exhibitions, throughout the world, their Beer excelled all
This Company liavo prepared a special hi and of their highest grade
Bccr.-for the Hawaiian Islands, known as "SIM'.OIA.L HltEW," with
a handsome label and iu while bottles, which with their best " EXI'OItT
ANUEUSIi.lt" in dark bottles, hcietolore inported, we will now
supply to the trade in quantities to suit.
U. W. MACFAIILANE & CO.,
4 151 i'.iiIm lor th- ffciiwitiin-i Ihliud. tf
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
XV K 11 A VIC Til 15 VI5RY l.AT15sT Sl'YLKS IN
Hats, Bonnets & Toques
NEW TRIMMINGS I
Special Reduction ia School HafeS
a FOR I WEEK ONLY -a
CHILDRENb' SCHOOL HATS F0FS25CTS
Our attention is .drawn from llio
Hendry Breaker lo the
DISH WASHING MACHINES !
Which we received on the "Di
montl." This mio'iine Is tnnstructOfi with
a view U cutting down the sales of
llio cioi'kcry dealers and keep sets
of dishes intact. It Is easy of mani
BEER EXCLUSIVELY !
NEW RIBBONS I