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WEDNESDAY, JULY 20, 1892
Stmr Kuula fiom ICoolnu.
S s Aiistrnlla. Iloudlcttc. for Sim Frun-
eiseo at 12 in.
Am -elir Alieo Cooke, Peiilmllow, for
Am tebr Tranit, Jornensen, for Sun
For Maul and l'unuliuu. per (Jlaudiiie,
July 10 Mis V J l.ouiie and family,
Mrs A Cooke, 11 Wilder, J King, Mr
Kitcliie, Mr Lincoln. A t oekburu, Dr
Andcisoii, Akmiiillilll. Ij von UYinp'.ky.
Mis Sylvester, .) Kumukule, Master
For Kauai, per stmr Mikaliala, July 1!)
.Tames K Juild, Y II Kice. Jr. Mi-3
Ella lliiuin. Miss Fannini;, S E Wilcox,
Mis C II Jiisliop. E Hiondbfiit, Mrs Dy
son and a cliildien, C M Cooke, .Ir,
Clarence Cooke, George Watcihoue,
Miss E Wateihouse.
For San FiunuiM'o pel S S Austra
lia, July "0 M its M Crowley, J Giein,
E M M.iibhall, Mi-bes Mclntyre, Mis
A Maud, Mrs M M Scott and It
cliildien, T Biown, wije and ton,
Cliailie Cowan, Mits A Kelly, Mrs S
Taylor and 2 elnldreu, Mis II Spen
cer, Mrs Luylon, Alibi Uiodie, Mits
Blt.misdell, Mits O Cunmiingh, llieh
ard N Webster, Fied Tin rill, Master
Melnorny, Mis A Ilirbeit, ivliss Itena
Heibert, l'rof J Keep, G Vorlsman, II
flalstead.Chas K Hyde, II EuilcliiV.-,
Mrs JJeckwith.Hon J Jl Atherton, Mis
Petcrton, Mis Tlios Maddock, F M
Somers, Mis V Sp.mldint' and maid,
Mis M J Kelly, Geo E Fairchild and
wife, Ailliur Baldwin, T O'Biien, W
A Chance, W 11 Chance, Mis Gould,
Ben Holliday, tlie Mies Faiiehild,
Dr V H Winter and wife, Geo H
Mixer, S Cunninghain and wife, Miss
Gertie Leekie, Brother Joseph, Bobt
hewers, Mrs Gall and 3 children, Mits
O Hoppin, A Asclieim, C S Hall and
The Norwegian ship Xoitbern IJglit,
from New easile, N S W, is still In the
' 'J he tiadlng schooner Ellin left yester
day evening for Fanning's Island and
Mieroneia. fcho hud as ballast such
useful artie'es as potatoes, soap, hard
ware, Hour, etc.
The American ship Topgallant from
Departure- Bay is- being relieved of
some of her coal by a schooner in order
to allow her to come over the bur, being
a deep water ship.
The Anieiicaii four-masted schooner
AHre Cooke, Captain I). 1'. l'enhallow,
sailed to-dny for ilj.0 Golden Gate load
ed with Hawaii's principal pioduet
sugar. She hud U2V0 bags, shipped by
li llackfeld & Co, and 3:108 bugs shipped
by M S Giinbiiun & Co. Domestic
value, 53,1)82 21.
TheSS Austialiu can led a full cm go
to-day conslbtini: of 8101 bags of sugar,
7202 bugs lice, -1C48 bunches uuuanus, 450
boxes pineapples, 018 bundles green and
2'l bundles ilry hides, (i bundles sheep
skips, 2 bundles goat skins, beside
other miscellaneous 111 Holes, Domestic
value of produce, $.8,722.15.
COLLEGE BAND CONCERT.
Tins St. Louis Collego baud will
give a public conceit on thu College
premibes ut 3 p. 111., to-morrow. Fol
lowing is the progiuin:
Ovei tin c "The Hello of the Village"
Ballad for Fiench Hoin 'Auiiunn
lioso" Ill ooks
C01 uei Duet "Alliance" Cog ell
behctlou "Mele Hawaii" l-raneis
Songs "The DearOid Times".. Philips
Old Man Moses" Hume
March t'Our Boys".. . , A iisehueu
Solo "Bui Hone's Dellnht''.. .Bamsdell
Meilley "Tie Jolly Students''. Feiru:.! I
Galop 'Th oil".,.; , Zikoff 1
A traveling man who chained to
be in the store of IC V. Wood, at
McKces Rocks, Pa,, says while lie
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
gill came in witli an empty bottle la
beled Chamberlain's l'uin Halm ami
suit ; "Muiuiiui wants another bot
tle of that medicine; site says it ie
tlie beet medicine for rheumatism she
ever used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. liciibon, Smith &Co.,
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
Outgoing pacongers by tho S. S.
Au-tinli.i numbered 183.
Tur.tiii w.ik nnh one I'll"!' of drunk
(Minted in ilio Foltco dim i thia nioin-
Miciiaxio Engine On. wero "in it
wiili licit li f el" lit lliu lill) litis nrtiM-
'I in: bind eon -eil ul llic Il.iwiiiimi
llnli-1 1 m evening w is liili'y enjoy
i.il liy i In- liiittx
Tim: jockey lidei-, Oil. L-onuid.
Slot ntn mi. I Fniuk .lulled, returned In
iliu Coisl tu-d.iv mi llii; ri. S. Auslr.i
A n.mivi: .Miitiiinii I'niiuil Kleakiilii
Mini In- wife iiml cliil Id 11 I ft on tin'
Aitinlii to-diiy foi the Muinuin set
tUiiieul in t lull.
A. Ajciii i.i and Cli.t. Hull left f 1
San Franeiseo to-day. It i earnestly
hoped that Air. Ascheiiu will return
in improved health.
Tub U. S. ciuiser Boston may ar
rive from San Franeiseo to relieve the
U. S. Flagship S.in Francisco the lat
ter pat t of this week.
Tin: four lots at Waikiki pmchued
ut miction by Governor Cleghoin foi
$1000 wero not tho lots belonging to
II. M. Kapiolani, Queen Dowager.
A painting of Ihe Sroteh yacht
"Bonnie Dtindie" appeals in the
I'aeilie lluidware Co.V window The
painting wa- made by Clnis, Htislaee,
Jr., tnaiine artist.
Gnoiiai; Blown, Jr , who has lately
come lo stay with his father Ihe Ad
miral, is a stalwart youth. Although
yet in bib tceup, lie weighs 187 lbs.
and stands (i ft 14 in. in height.
'Iiik S. S. Australia did not make
Iter departure until near one o'clock
ller sailing was enlivened as usual by
tho Itoyul Hawaiian band. She car
ried a largo number of passengeis.
"Tin: Ocean Wave" piinted on the
Flagship San Fr.meUeo has been re
ceived. It is bright mid newsy as
usual. The current one is a special
Independence Day number, printed
in blue ink.
Tiikiik was an exceptionally largo
export of rice to-day 7202 bags.
Four hundred and lifty-six boxes of
pineapples contained 12,305 pines.
This shows that the Islands can ex
port niticles of consumption other
An extensive blaze in the brush
and grass of Foul's Island, Fearl
harbor, made a brillimt illumination
of the sky over the locality last night.
It was btill stiongly burning when
the reception on the San Francisco
ended. It is reported that the loss in
cut firewood is considerable. Mr. C.
A. Brown is the owner.
Tin: lantern blido exhibition to be
given by the Hawaiian Camera Ciub
on Saturday evening next is to bo
one of the most interesting ever given
by the Club. The former exhibitions
given by the Camera Club aie suffi
cient guarantee that the present one
will prove 11 success, especially so as
it will include a lectiuo descriptive of
the slides by the Hon. J. Marsden.
Fuilher particulars will bo given in
next issue regaiding the subjects to
bo exhibited on the screen.
C. J. McCarthy has
street for sale.
AiTi:n sinning use Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
SiiNiiUKN icjieved ut once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith cfe Co.,
The list, of business concerns that
have agreed on monthly payments
appeals in tiiis issue.
H. II. Williams &. Co. have placed
all outstanding accounts in the hands
of A. S. Hnrlwcll for immediate col
lection. Laihim' shampooing and hair dress
ing done nt their houses by Miss
Wolf, 73 Beictmiia street, Mutual
Telephone (i'JIi. 8-3m
Tin: lease of the I'aeilie Mail ware
house will be sold at tho front en
hance of Aliioluni Halo on Thursday,
August 18, at noon.
Di:i.icioim eouee and chocolate will
be served every morning early ut ihe
I'iiIiico Ice Cicani l'arlois, Ludwigseu,
A Cum. llolel stieel. 1-tf
HuBTACi: & Co. will sell Algol dim
Fiiewood at $11 a conl cash deliveied
free between tho following limits:
l'uuchhowl, School and Lililm streets.
Dit. LcLkn.van Iiiih icmoved to
Alakea btieet, opposite tho Y. M. C.
A. hall, ptcmibCb lately occupied by
Doctor Lulz. Oflico bonis, 0 to 12,
2 to -1 and'oveiiiugs 0 to 7. Siindavt ;
10 to 1. Bell Telephone, 15)7, Mutual,
Miss Mauy Lyli:, lately book-keeper
with Egan it Gunn, is ."epureil t" Mo
btenogi.iphing and type-writing at
moderate rates, Graduate of lie.ild's
Business College, Sun Fiiinciseo.
Ollicu with 0. J. MoCmlhy, 35 Mei
chant sheet. 2-1 in
Wong Kwork Hung, convicted
yesterday of embezzlement, wus sent
enced by Judge Dido this morning
lo pay a line of $210 ami costs.
NorriB vs. Ilorbluy, begun yester
day afternoon, hud readied the open-
iwr of the defense at rccu&s to-day
Hon. Paul Neumann, one of the
counsel,, whs the tlrst witness, uiul
points of law were frequently Hie
cause of aiguiueiitativu buttle be
tween Messrs. Ilartwell and Thurs
ton. jMossrs. Ivhi; liron. ar
Hliowiii a iinu lino of Ham
boo and othM' wlylo Parlor
Ksinnls, Wall JJraoktits and
Window t orniccH ill prices
to lime I tlie timea.
w r tvt-1 f I -
Wuunt.sday, July 20, 1802.
Ili.llllnii Scsslii' .
Assembly convened tit 10 o'clock
Priyirby (Jliiplaiu. Minutes icul
Tlie At.oiney-Gcneial presented
rep'les lo questions aki-d by Kep
K.1.1I1011 in lollows: (I) Mr. M .
Whu ley and about 100 otlieis were
ciitiimisiioued 011 lCli-clion Day, l'Vb.
3, ln(J2, to seie ai spiehd police
wiiiiuiit pay to maintain law and
ordi r mi that day. Commission since
eaiiCilled. (2) Mulniliv of coin-
mi-sioiis issued In citiz 111, voteis
and iiix-payers and many of them
residents of long standing. (8)
Such commissions are valid uud In
conformity with laws of the King
dom. Allowed by Police Law of
1888, persons appointed to not have
to take oath. (l) Respectfully de
clines to furnish names of persons
appointed as special police, as it
would bo agdiirat public- policy.
Questions and answers were referred
to a Select Committee.
Tho Altorney General presented
answers to questions by Rep. Ka
palm us follows: (1) Detectives in
connniision 9 Hawaii, 2 Maui, 8
Oaliu. All not in receipt of pay.
(2) Illicit diitilling and selling lias
been broken up in the districts of
Huuiukua and North Kuhala. Oil
the island of Maui illicit distilling
bus been materially lessened.
Opium seized 011 Oaliu. Vaiious
special crimes discovered and pei
petrators arrested. Treasonable con
spiracy nipped in tlie bud. Govern
ment has more than obtained return
from lines imposed.
The resolution was discussed at
some length dining which Rep. Ash
ford said that a building near the
Post Olllce on Bethel street was used
as a watch tower by Chinese to con
signals from the front door of the
Police Station which weie intended
as warnings when danger threatened
any of the gambling games. Rep.
Asliford delineated by means of a
handkerchief many of the signals
supposed to be in use. He did not
wish to be on the committee.
Rep. Pita said that mutters in con
nection with tlie police were getting
worse and worse and now stink in
the nostrils of tlie public. He ad
vocated icference to a select com
mittee. Minister Parker considered from
the information given that Rep. Ash-
ford would be a very valuable mem
ber of tlie committee.
On motion the reply was sent to a
The Attorney-General presented a
icply to question by Rep. loscpa us
follows relative to the stealing of
opium by police olllcers:
The lirst of these occurrences hap
pened in October, 1890, when Capt.
of Police Simeona of- NorthKonii,
Hawaii, stole ten tins of opium, and
before the Sheriff of Hawaii had fully
investigated the matter and obtained
sufllcietit evidence to sustain a
charge, Capt. Simeona was killed,
being shot by a leper.
The other case was the appropria
tion of two tins by Mr. A. Spencer,
Deputy Sheiiff of North Itohala, and
used by himself. This occurred in
January, 1891. Nothing was known
of the matter, however, until after
Mr. Spencer had been discharged for
The police are subject to laws of
the kingdom, and if 1 1 1 03' commit
crime will be punished and prose
cuted. While this matter was on
investigation Mr. Spencer died.
The above was also on motion re
ferred to tlie same select committee
as the others, and the President an
nounced the committee as follows:
Reps.Kainauoha, Knaliou and Ash-
ford, and Nobles Peterson and Corn
well. Rep. Kainatioha read for the first
time a bill lo amend Chapter 13 Ses
sion Laws of 1890, relative to inter
nal luxes, and intended to remit the
tuxes to fathers of families of five or
Rep. K.ipahu offered questions to
tlie Minister of Finance relative to
the purchase of a house at Waioliinu,
Kan, us a school teacher's residence
and which had been occupied by one
L. Van Orden. What was the dis
position intended now that that
teacher hud left, and how much
money realized as rent from said
Rep. Naliiuii read for the first time
hills, (1) Authorizing the residents
of Kalawuo and Kulatipapa to vote.
(2) To provide a police magistrate
for tlie Islipid of Molokai. (3)
Authorizing lepers and nurses to
build houses 011 laud belonging to
the Board of Health, (t) To amend
the law relating to the pay of nurses
Rep. Bipikane rend a petition from
the second district of Honolulu that
3 electiic lights bo established be
tween the residences of 1 A. Schae
fer and Cummins on Nuuauu avenue.
Noble Williams from the Printing
Committee reported several bills
At 1 1 ;25 the Order of the Duy
was moved and the Api'ropiiuiion
Bill came up for consideration witli
Rep. Kauhi in the chair. Before
action was taken thereon the Assem
bly took recess until 1 ;30 p, in.
IV OT JCO IS.
'O elopi) the business of the Into linn
of II. 11. Williams & Co. on uct
count of ileparimu of luoutburi of said
tit it), all touiuUiliig outstanding accounts
due Hint firm have been placed with
Mr. A. B. Ilartwell for Immediate col
lection, II.il. WILLIAMS &i'0
liy J. 11. wuoii
Ittllllnnt Kvot on lliinrit tho 17. H.
F. N. Mn Priii.rlKcn.
Atltniml Brown tind officers of tho
United Slates flagship Sail Francisco
received n large number of their
friendi on board ship last niuht
Preparations had been made in
bciiuiilul -t,lc. Flags of all nations
weie niti-ticiilly dta ed over the cn
uinery of war, and ever, wliete tin
eye fell there was giy en or. Flow
ers wire also einp'oycl in great pro
fusion and in numberless modes to
enhance the charms of the soi-no.
Dancing was done on Hie main deck,
to tMitliiigly good music by the ship's
Admiral Brown was seated 1110 t
of the evening at Hi end of the
dancing floor next Hie ollicen' quur
ters, wiiere the guesis paid him their
respects, coiigi ululating him ulso 011
his continued if slow recovery from
the accident that has laid him up for
several months. Near the close of
tlie entertainment the Admiral sought
his perambulating chair in his cabin,
where lie remained to receive tlie
parting salutations of tiie guests.
Many people in thu course of tho
evening were presented for the first
tune to the veteran commander lately
attached to the flagship, Captain
Watson, who gieeted all with genial
and courtly grace. The olllcers
were unstinted in their attentions to
tlie conifoitof guests. Refreshments
of an alluring quality were served
near midnight, nftcr which dancing
was resumed for a little while.
Among those present were His Kx-
cellency Governor Cleghorn, Prince
Kaluutauaolc, Chief Justice and Mrs
Judd, His Excellenc' Satnl. Parker,
Col. mid Mrs. Clans Spieckels, Hon.
and Mis. W. G. Irwin, Seuh ir M.
de S. Canavario, Mrs. J. II. Wode
house, Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Glade,
and oilier prominent persons, besides
a large representation of the younger
element usually conspicuous in social
A SMALL FIRE.
TUc Clicmlrul KiieIiiu I'roTPB a Vnlu
An alarm of fire pealed from the
Bell Tower at 1 :30 o'clock this after
noon for a blaze at the residence of
Mr. J. II. Soper, Makiki. It was in
the servant's quarters, in a room oc
cupied by a Chinese servant. A
stiff breeze fanned the flames, which
soon gained headway. The new
chemical engine of the department,
hauled by the team of Mechanic
Engine Co. and manned by that body,
was soon on the scene and did its
first service, which proved its great
value, quickly putting the lire out.
Fifteen minutes after the lirst ahum
the fire was extinguished, although
the machine traveled a mile. The
damage being slight can be easily re
paired. Tne Chinese servant was
tlie only person who sustained any
loss, as he said, "Me iosec one hun
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
Is open now and offers an un
excelled Stock of Fancy Goods.
Wo make a specialty of
Stamping Patterns and are now
ready to take ordcis in that line.
A brand new stock of Silk Em
broideries, Art Linens, Tussels,
Fringes, Draperies and other
urlistic goods arc offered to the
ladies of Honolulu.
IN THE MolNERNY BUILDING,
EUSTACE & CO.,
WOOD & COAL.
White 8c Black Sand
Which wo will sell at the very lowest
maiket rates foi cash.
Bell Tele. 414. &aotar Mutual Tele. 19.
C. B. RIPLEY,
Oi'Fiuk: llooui 5, hpreokuls' Block.
Mutual Telephone 208.
New Designs ! Modern Buildings 1
Complete plans mid bnecltlcatloiis for
eveiy description of building. Contiacts
drawn and cuieful superintendence of
consti notion given w lieu icqulrcd. Cull
and uxumiim nluns, Apr 20 ly
E. J. MORGAN,
CARPENTER JQ & BUILDER.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
84 Beretanls St, TXBajir Bell Tele. 230.
ThnyEvWy Like It! I
IF WOT; WHY NOT?
Prepared daily from Fresli Fruit, it
cannot be olherwi-o than wholesome,
retreshing and delicious.
Our leading flavors aie Pineapple,
Orange, Strawberry and Guipe Juice.
Wo have all the others but our
specialties are those named, lee
Cream Soda has also proved veiy
As wo manufacture our own Soda.
Water from Pure Bicarbonate Soda,
we claim it is better that) that made
with marble dust. Those who have
hied it, concur with our statements.
Having peifected the lee Box we
1110 enabled to piodueo colder soda
All lltvois with Ice Cietini, lOi ;
Vichy Water, 5i ;aiu 1 bin mien Water
and lltiuymil Watri.
H0BI10N. NEWMAN & CO.,
Coi'tirr li'oiM tt Ktntr ""Ircotw.
List of Firms Agreeing to Set
tle Accounts Monthly.
WE the undersigned
Dealeio of Holioll
olulu with a view
to stop as much as fcasable the prac
tice of rendering Qu.uterly Accounts,
will from and after July .'list, lb92,
furnish our accounts for amounts due
to us for goods, sidd direct to con
sumers, every mouth, mid month by
month, and will consider all payments
for goods thus &lld during tlie month
following that on which the sale of
such goods has becn-made:
THEO. II.DAVIES .t CO.
II. HACKFLLDA CO.
E. O. HALL vt SOX, L'd.,
W. W. Hull.
M. S. GUI.N'BAUM As CO
C. Hollo, V-P.
CA.STLE & COOICF.
LEWIS A CO.
CHAS. J. FISH EL.
Per S. S.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
HOBBON, NEWMAN & CO.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
MRS. TIIOS. LACK.
II. W. SCHMIDT & SONS.,
F. M. N.
LUDWIGSEN & CRON.
II. E. McINTYKK ,t BRO.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO
M. 1'IIlLLIPri .t CO.
L. J. LKVEY.
M. W. McCHESNEY & SONS.
K. OGURA & Co.
C. E. WILLIAMS.
II. S. TR KG LOAN & SON.
CH VS. HAMMER
II. F. WICH.MANN.
J. J. WILLIAMS.
W. E. FOsSTKR,
Per T. E. Wall.
HOLLISTKR & CO.
BKNhON, SMITH & CO.
J. IIOPP & CO.
METROPOLITAN MEAT CO.,
G. .1. Waller, Manager.
FRED. PHI LP.
THE MANUFACTURERS SHOE CO.
Per D. 11. Smith.
HART A CO.
J. W. MoDONALD.
G. WEST. ,
J. A GONSALVES.
CLUB SI'ABLKS CO.,
J. S. MARTIN.
J. E. GOMKS.
HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO
HAWAIIAN CARRIAGE M'F'G CO.,
G, A. Dillingham, Manager.
DAILY BULLETIN PUB. CO,, L'd ,
D. Logan, Manager.
PEOPLE'S ICE CO ,
Per J. H. L.
H. W. LKDKRER.
J. EM.MELUril & CO.
JOHN F. COLBURN &
Pel Gi-u. Koch,
.IAS. NO IT, Jit.
E. IIOFFSCGLAEGER A CO.
WING WO TAI CO.
CALIFORNIA KICK!) CO.,
T. J. King, Manager.
THOS. G. THUUM.
HAWAIIAN NKWS CO.,
J II Super, Manager,
UNION FEED CO.,
F. W. Mucfiil.ino, Manager.
FOR KENT or LEASE
f,,M1' II 1... 1 ...
K& A I '"' J M'Iiiifus uu i. iiiiiiu
A, B Nmuie, a New anil
Desirablu lloiue containing hiicheii,
Buthioom, etc , etc Also, Outhouses
on the picmUcK, will be leuted or
lea-eU. Pusealun given 1st ot July.
Apply 011 tho pieiuhes.
455 lui A. B. NAONE,
jm. r " 7VrfUXKTIr
- -""r 1
WOULD YOU DO IT
.NV,. 1 1
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.
Fort street, oppo. Sprookols' Bunk, lLmnlulu.
BY THE SHEET, DOZEN OR REAM AT
i2 BOTTOM P&SCEB ! "SI
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS.
HU 'ovt Ntropt.
104 Fort btreei, Honolulu.
WE HAVE THE VERY
NEW TRIMMINGS 1
Special Reduction in School Hats
esr FOR I WEEK ONLY -t
CHllDRENS' SCHOOL HATS FOR 25 CTS.
FOR SALi: BY
H. HAOEFELL & 00.
C. L. BEITO,
Comer of Smith and King Streets,
tTKcops n Complete Lino of
And Receives New Consignments b
Every Steamer Also
Fresh Waialua and Kona Butter
At 40 Cents a Pound.
FOR HALE I
I IIAA'B Foui rine Iti-ldence Site,
1 situated on 1 iikul slicut, for sale.
The Lot hae n fiouiiuo of HI feet on
Phkolstieet and me 'Ml foi t deep, aie
nicely hid out lu tnut and shade tiees
and tun all covered with grass; watei
laid on Huoiiglioui. The situation of
tht'si) Luis and tho limited uiimbei make
It ueciRsiuy Hint intending piuehaseis
should niaku early application to the
iiudciblgued, fiom wliiuu all p.utlcul.iis
can be had. J S. F. MORGAN.
l'icturo Erauuts niailu to
ordor from latest stylus ut
inouUiiiHs. Ht'uovittioii ol
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Ml iimsi.ii run ii nii:i)itiiii.
King Bros., UoLyl sLvooU
to kwp 1111 wiili tho f.uhion yon
w-1 iiI;mI to -ing a tong,
W..11M v-.ndol Yu.?
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If upini Mini" current, topic yon vero
iirkvil t" ci'in it strung,
Wottl.l v nl.111 Yi-7
tine Miiiik mi inini c manors (in. a
boirid lmr-, hut 1
men 10 (mvo npinioni lliey .no
ro nlv tn etmiil hv.
Now n wit fur y'tir j icn ml Conn-
i y ymi wi-n fk d tu du
Wmtl.i .u do if- Wst
So w . iM 1.
It's limo Wi- slop sed 5iin1o people
ii- m 1! u'iiu li.iw.ni's irc,
Sonu Li'i.'.itif bliindi rr wml
sending biek lu inn '.
Won lit vnti pfiul ilieni- Yis?
Su Woltltl I.
The ptnw's which tu.n our sol up
should be light and strung and
If 1 -aid tllO "IlEXmiY BtlBAKKll's"
woiih more than any two,
Would you think so Yes?
So would 1.
HAVING KKCKIVKD A FRESH
SUPPLY OF II IE CELE
BRATED IV. IP. .A..
WE ARE AGAIN ABLE
TO SUPPLY THIS
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