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All. l'liuti, City
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An. ll(iNot,tti,u il:io
Sundays excepted, t Saturdays only.
P Saturdayx excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, AUG. 81, 1892.
Wi:hni:hi.y, Aug. 31.
llrig W fl Irwin, McCitlloeh, 15 days from
Stmr.l A Cummins from'Koolaii
Sloop KaluUini from I'ttuloa
AVniiNiwiiAY, Aug. 31.
for Kiihuku, Walanae
Stmr 0 It ltlshop
Vossols Loavinf To-morrow.
Schr Liholiho for I.vsan Island
For Maul, per stnir Claudino, Aug 30 C
airs Aiexiuiuer, -iirs.i u i
a win -
mil, .1 Knliakuolc, A hiiiltli, W
Dumas, II G
Trend way, Airs llelokunihi,
Miss Mooro, Miss Oroon and
For Kauai, per stmr Mikahala,
rrot i'j u rreston, .i ancrinai
Horclmrcvink. Miss Paris. Miss 1
Sherman, Mrs C
.Miss .i utiles, .i i ocKimm, l 1j "into, i v
Meier, II T Taylor, Prof A It Lyons and
... .".. . .... .. . . .... ...
It is very tpiiot along tho oity front now.
The sloop Kaiulani arrived fiom Pearl
City this alturuoou with a full cargo of rice
to Sing Chong tfc Co.
Tho harks Kooringa and Paul lsenhorg
nro tins onlv merchantmen docked east of
thu I. I. S. X. Co.'s wharf.
Tho schooner l.iholiho will lenve to-morrow
for Lynn Island under command of
Cnpt. Hurry with provisions.
The harks Alhuit, Kooringa, Ienherg
and Cnylon, and the harkeutino Wilder and
brig Irwin are the merchant vcs.-els in port
The brig (1. Irwin. MoCulloch master,
in rived this morning iihout 15 days from
San Francisco with an asserted cargo of
general merchandise, and docked at the O.
S. S. wharf. Kxpericneed pleasant weather
tho entile tiip down.
PEARL HARBOR REGATTA.
List of Entries at the O. R. & L. Co.'s
The list of entries to tho racing
events to bo hold on Friday, tho
Queen's birthchry, closed at noon to
day, at tho 0. 11. & L. Co.'s ollico.
Entries for tho first-class yacht raco
aro as follows:
Ilolono, entered by M. P. Robin
son; Hawaii, by Hon. L. A. Thurs
ton; Bonnio Dundee, by Hon. S. B.
Dolo; Healani, bj Hiol Kapu.
Second class yacht race: Edith L.,
outorod by Alex. Lylo; Dahlia, bj' T.
W. Hobron; Kaohinani, by E. Dow
sett; Boston, by U. S. S. Boston.
Third class yacht raco: Ella, enter
ed by Hiol Kapu; Hermit, by T.
Williams; Sinnetto, 1)3' Dr. Henri
Six-oared boats, sliding seats;
Alice M., ontored by the Myrtle Boat
Club; Stranger, 1)3' .las. L. Torbort.
Four-oared boats, sliding seats;
Alf. Rogers, Myrtle Boat Club;
Alice M., Jas. L. Torbort.
Tho six-oared stationary Boat raco
has been declared off, owing to thoro
being no entries, and two other races
have been substituted, a canoe raco
and a sin If raco.
Tho Healani Boat Club will not
participato in .1113' of tho ovonts, as
oxpoctod, owing to tho required at
tendance of a member of tho crow
at tho luau at the Palaeo in tho
afternoon. This will not prevent
tho ovonts from being interesting.
Superintendent Geo, Ashloy is assi
duous in his efforts to make tho
rogatta a success, and it is certain
lie will bo successful. People aro
certain of a glorious duy's outing,
anyway, 13' going to Pearl Harbor.
In connection with tho foregoing,
tho following note has been received
from the Healani Boat Club:
"In view of the fact that tho
Myrtle Boat Club will not concede
to a proposition made 13' tho Hea
lani Boat Club to row tho six-oared
sliding seat raco in the foronoon in
stead of the afternoon of the 2nd
September, and of tho fact Hint tho
Myrtle officers decline to even givo
satisfactory reasons for not wishing
to row the raco in tho foronoon, tho
Healani crow have decided not to
row at Pearl harbor, but to have a
fow interesting races in Honolulu
harbor, a program of which will be
published Inter. In tho program
thoro will l)o a six-oared bargo raco
between tho Boston and Healani
boats; also, a 1 1 -oared bargo raco for
suitablo purees. Arrangements have
already been made for tho above
These races will take place be
tween y and 12, under the auspices
of the Healani and Kaiulani Boat
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LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Ilond, 3 p. m. Wont her
clear, wind frosh northeast.
It hns been yor quiet around town
to-day. Tho solo topic is the coming
Tho kite season is around, and tho
young folks are happy; but another
season is coming tho school season.
Tho lanai on tho Pnlnco grounds
is being put in shape for tho luau to
take plneo on tho Queen's birthday.
Her Majesty tho -Queen received
Major J. H. Wodehouso as British
Minister Resident at tho Palaeo this
Tho IJoyal Household Gunrds
headed by tho Hawaiian band
marched out early this morning for
drill on tho plains.
A Chinaman named Ah Shu plead
ed guilty to having eho fa tickets in
possession in tho Police Court this
morning and was lined S2".
Tho band played to a large assem
blage at Thomas Square yesterday
evening. This evening the band will
give another concert at (ho samo
Tho Sons of St. George picnic at
Hemond Grove will bo a delightful
outing and will bo well attended.
Tickets can bo had from tho mem
bers and bookstores.
Tho old two-story wooden building
adjoiningtho Bui.lktin ollice was pur
chased by Mr. Ludoswiko. He has
taken down tho lower story and in
tends moving tho tipper ono to
Tho Oahu Cemetery Association
will moot to-morrow at 11 o'clock, at
tho ollico of tho lato A. J. Cart
wright, for tho purpose of hearing
reports and to consider tho question
A native paper states that t ho Cen
tral Committee of tho Hui Kalaiaina
waited on Her Majesty tho Queen at
Washington Place on Sundty and
presented her with a petition con
taining over 7000 signatures praying
for a now Constitution.
Mr. E. L. Marshall mibsod a bay
lilly from his residence on JulyOth,
and offered a reward for its return.
Mr. Marshall did not receive any in
formation as to its location until this
morning, when tho filly was returned
to him by a gout Ionian who stated
that tho lilly had been in tho posses
sion of a third party for some time.
As tho party has failed to inform the
owner of his possession, a warrant
has been issued for his arrest.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
C. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
After Bhaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. JJenson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Tho leading grocors notify their
friends that thoir stores will bo closed
Extra largo size bath towels at
25 cts., during tho clearance sale at
L. Kong Fee, lato with Goo Kim
& Co., has opened a tailor shop ad
joining tho Club Stables.
Embroidery edgings, 3 inches
wide, 10 yards for SI, during tho
clearance sale at Sachs' store.
Ladies' white umbroidory dress 15
inches deep for $3.75 a dross, during
tho cloaranco sale at Sachs' store.
Ladies' shampooing and hair dress
ing done at thoir houses by Miss
Wolf, 73 Borctania street. Mutual
Tho Tramways Company will run
thoir cars ovor3' fifteen minutes be
tween Palama and Waikiki on the
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 01 Hotel
street. Lodging 13' day, week or
month 25c. and 50c. a night; .?1
and $1.25 a week.
Tho executive committee of the
International Libornl League will
meet on Frida3' evening to consider
tho nomination of a Noble.
The hack stand on the comer of
Union and Hotel streets has been
changed according to an official no
tice of tho Minister of tho Interior.
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
koa streot, opposite) tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises hit ply occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Ollico hours, .) to 12, 2 to -J,
and evenings (5 to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 107 ; Mutual (182.
Attention is called to tho adver
tisement of W. G. Irwin it Co., L'd,
in this issue. They claim that tho
Lucol Paint Oil offered for sale by
them has boon thoroughly tested
alongside of linseed oil witli most
All is conjouturo thus far about
tlio i'oin)osition of a nuw Cabiuot.
Tho Quuoii bunt for lion. A. 1'.
I'otorson for loyal uriviuu.
ii mm m
Tho ovitloiu'o obtainod from tlio
throo onunioratioiis of 1872, 1881 and
1802 toiuls to kIiow that thu hill and
forost tribos of India aro gradually
boiny hicorporatod into llindooisni.
Tuusiuv, Aug. 30, 1802.
This was tho liist evening session
of the Legislative Assembly of 1892,
and the subject under consideration,
a vote of want of confidence in tho
Cabinet, had been very well noised
about tho town. As a consequence
there was a very largo gathering of
spectators, including a number of
the fair sex, and a full attendance of
Tho rule relative to decorum was
suspended and the members were
permitted to smoke, President
Walker ONtonding the privilege to
the legislative reporters of tho Bul
i.ktin and tho Advertiser.
Hep. Wilcox still favored the reso
lution. Every member had made up
his mind on this question and no
amount of talk could change them.
Noble Pua was in favor of post
poning the resolution.
Rep. Kuwaiti considered that it
was an injustice to have the resolu
tion apply to the new Aitorney
General Neumann, lie had only been
in ollice a total of twenty-seven
hours, he had had no opportunity to
do anything as vet. Would tho Ila-
waiians or members of the Liberal
parti have any voice in the make-up
of the new Cabinet? He desired
postponement to learn about this.
Minister Neumann said that ho
had not broken faith with anyone,
tho person who may allege so bimph
lies. (Applause.) He desired to ask
a question of tho President which
had been overlooked 13 his brilliant
confreres. The member from tho
third district hail forgotten to re
sign his notary publicship but tho
House had given him his seat and
allowed him to vote. Ho (the
speaker) had, on obtaining his Cabi
net position, forgotten to resign
his seat as a Noble! Did ho not
have a right to vote as such?
(Heart applause and laughter).
Can't 1 vote as a Noble to keep us
four, and no more, in? (Laughter
Some further discussion was en
gaged in, Hop. Kainaiioha wishing to
excuse the Attorney-General from
the effects of tho vole; up. White
asking for postponement so that the
Hawaiian members would have
belter opportunity to understand
the merits of tho question, and Hop.
W.'iipuilani desiring the impeach
ment of the Ministers if they had
On motion tho previous question
was carried and Rep. Wilder rela
gated his privilege to speak to Noble
Macfarlane, but In intervention, tho
hour being lato, no advantage was
taken of thu opportunity and tho
ayes and nays were called on tho
que.it ion to adopt tho resolution,
which was carried by a vote of 31 to
10 as follows:
Ayes Nobles Ena, Macfarlane,
Peterson, Cummins, Williams, Kau
hane, J. M. Horner, Hind, Hoapili,
Marsden, Young, Baldwin, W. Y.
Horner, Walbridge, Andoron,Thnrs
ton, G. N. Wilcov and Kauoa; Reps.
Wilder, Bipikaue, Ashford, Aid, Ka
uhi, l. W. Wilcox, Bush, A. Homer,
Kaluna, loiopa, Akina, Smith and
A. S. Wilcox 31.
Noes Nobles Burger, D. W. Pua,
Cornwell and Dreier; Hops. S. K.
Pua, Koahou, Ivauuamauo, Naliiiiu,
Kauealii and Edmonds 10.
Excused Heps. Nawalii, Ivaiuau
oha, Waipuilaui, Knpahu and White.
After some further argument tho
House at 10:15 adjourned.
SI3V15NT Y-N IXT1I DAY.
Vi:i)nksi)ay, Any. !U, 18'.)2.
Tho Assomhly coifvonod at 10
o'cloi'k for prayor. .Minutos of pro
vioti.s nu'oti.'iy vum road and approv
od. I?op. lviini'idii moved that, a com
inittoo bo appointed to inform llor
Alajohty of tho result of tho voto
takou hist ovoniny.
Uoi), Smith did not i-ousidor a
Noblo Cornwoll Mated that ho had
boon requested to eonvoy tho infor
mation to tho Hoio that tho Cabi
net had tondored thoir resignations
to Ilur Majenly. Hho had signiliod
hor iutontion of sending a message
to tho llouso in answer.
Noblo Thurnton eoiihidored that
tho projior eour.M) of not Hit-tit ion was
by tho Into I'roinior to llor .Majesty.
Ho then referred to tlio notion lately
taken by Lord Salisbury in England.
After soiiiu furl hor argument and
after a suggestion that consideration
of tho Judiciary Act be continued,
tho Assembly waited patiently for
tho oxpeetetl message,
At lt):H0 .Minister Parker arrived
and stated that Her .Majesty had
been informed of tho resignation of
tho Ministry, that she had accepted
tho same, but had desired that they
hold over until their successors wore
Tho Assembly tlion at 10!12 ad.
Ohambor of Commorco.
At a meeting of the Chamber of
Connnorco this afternoon the follow
ing resolution was passed:
"Whereas, An organization has
been formed, under tho title of tho
Hawaiian Bureau of Information,
having for its object tho dissemina
tion of useful information abroad
concerning this country for tho pur
poso of attracting tourists, and to
encourage capital to engage in the
development of now industries, and
"Whereas, Wo believe that this is a
step in the right direction, and one
which promises to materially pro
mote the best interests of all classes
of citizens and tho welfare of the
country at largo; Therefore, bo it
u Unsolved, That the Chamber of
Commerce hereby indorses tho ob
ject and plan of thesaid Bureau, anil
earnestly recommends the same to
tho attention of the business men
and citizens of this country."
Without a Passport.
Oyama, a Japanese belle, tried the
French leave-taking act yesterday
afternoon b attempting to take
passage by the bark Foivst Queen
without a passport. Shortly before
tho departure of the bark Oyama
was asked for her passport, and fail
ing to show one was brought to the
Station. She was released on a bond
of $25 to appear in the Police Court.
She forfeited the hail this morning
by non-appearance. Oyama did not
wish to take out a passport, as it
would have been stopped by inter
Mr. Lander's Recommendation.
Mr. J. A. Lander, a prominent
citizen of Clarksburg, Mo., and
widely known in that Stale, says of
Chamberlain's Colic, Cholera and
Diarrhoea Remedy: "I have seen its
uid can recommend
For sale by till dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
L. KONG FEE,
Fort .street, next to Clnh Btahles,
XV l.ateiv Cutter and Manager of (loo
Kim it Go. (guarantees Hood Kit anil Ilea
Minahlo 1'iiee.s. Patronage lolleikMl.
51 1-1 111
mi:i:tino ok thk p.xkcutivi:
Committee of the International Li
beral League will he hold at "tl'O o'eloel;
KK1DAY HVHXIXO, Sept. -M, at Uoliin
miii Hall, to i'Oiiider the nomination of a
Xolili to mtvi' in iihiue of Hon. I'aul Neu
mann, resigned. ''I'll 01ll)I''K.
. 1 1 -it
SI'KCIAL MKUTIXU OK THK
Stockholders of the Honoinii Sugar
Company will be held on SA.TUHDAY,
September lid, at II) o'clock A. ji., at the
ollico of ('. Jlruwer it Co., (L'd).
A. 0. LOVI'lvIX,
Seerctarv Honomu Sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. lis, 18!)-'. .VJI-aw
NOTICE OF MEETING.
AMKKTIXfl OK THK MI'MUI'liS OK
the Oahu Oemeterv Association will
take place THURSDAY", Sept. 1, 18IIJ, at
tho ollico of the lato Alex. .1. Cartwriglit,
at 11 o'clock a. m., to hear the Treasurer's
Report anil to consider the question of the
rcoiganization of tho Association.
Pur order. JOHN II. 1'ATY,
Honolulu, Aug. .'10, la!).'. ofn-'Jt
Election of Ollicors.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT TDK AD.IOUKXKD AXNUAL
Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Olowalu Company hold Aug. 2), IK',12, at
tho ollice of . (1. Irwin .V Co., (L'd), the
following Olllcers weio re-elected to mtvo
during the ensuing year:
W'.Ci. Irwin l'rcsident,
K. W. Macfarluno .. . Vice-1'resldent,
W. M. Oillard. . . . Treasurer,
(!. Ilosso 1 ,t
iioiitt) or iiiiii:ctoiis:
W. (1. Irwin, K. W. Macfarlane and
GUl-lw Secretary pro turn.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THK ADJOUKXKI) AXXUAL
Meeting of tho Stockholders of tlio
Waiohinu Agrieiiltual .v. (ira.ing Co. held
tills day, tho follow Ipg Olllcers wero elcuted
for the ensuing year:
President .. .. Hon. W. (1. Irwin,
Vice-rri'sldent.. .Mr. .1. M. MoiiHiirrat,
Treasurer ) '
,11011. u, l . imiKLii,
Hon. W. M. Oillard.
W. O. Irwin, .1. M. Mouwirrat, O. I',
laukea, .1, Katthaiie, .1, D. I'm is.
( V. IAUK.KA,
Secretary W. A, .v. (i. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, lb',.', WHl-liu
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
A T THK ANN UAL
J Stock holilers of
the Honomu bugar
Couiiiauy hclil this day, thu following
Olllcern were elected for tlio ensiling yean
President .... Tom May,
Tieanurer . . ,(ieo. 11, Holicrti-oii,
Secretary A. 0. I.ovelcln,
Auditor l' Wiindenherg,
I .1. O. Carter
(Win. O. Ilrat.li.
A. 0. I.OVIJKIN,
Secretarv Honomu bugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. in, li.'. 'iKi-lm
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Till" ANNUAL MHKTINO OK
the Slockholderri of the IIANALKI
SUOAlt MILL COMPANY, held thin day,
tho following Olllcern wcru elected for tlio
President CIuih. L. Carter, Kti.
Viee-i'rertidciil.. . Hon. .1, N. S. Williams
Secretary .... ... J.O. Curler
Treatmier.. Oco. II. ItohortMin
Auditor ... J. O.Carter
Who aio ao Director's of tho Company.
J. 0, OAUTKlt,
Secietary II, S. M. Co.
Honolulu, July IK, IbtrJ. 17 1-ni
M'ieii yon twin ii Portrait Knlaryed
vail on King lWos.;ijet thpir Price, l.itt,
and tee Samples. ThuViCanlt be bcall
7? - . r - ?jaffiFr "V .
raciftc Hnrdwnro Co.
While Mountain Ice Cream Freez
ers. From one quart to 12 quarts.
Tho larger sizes with li wheel.
All attempts to supersede this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Ruling Bit, nickel plated.
I'.vnnc IIaiiiiwaiu: Co., Ltl.
l'h'lure Frame made to order from
Latest Style of Mauldintin. I'euova
linn of Old I'ielures tt speeialtij at ICin;
llros., Hotel street.
.a. :p.A.:isjA.o:Ei.A. for
Lame Joints and
Gold on the Lungs,
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. L. Goodman, of Aintilor, Cul.,
-nya: "I have had repeated opportunity
of ol)-erving and testing the relieving anil
healing ipiality of Vir On. when applied
to painful, -ore and inflamed parts 11K0 in
liuiio joints sprains ami bruUes. I am
confident that to the extent its safe, active
and powerful healing merits aretried.it
will be considered the indispensable family
Z& For the asking
l.VJ Testimonial Letter,
your own thinking.
you will receiveja
Head one ami do
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COUNKlt KOIIT AND KINO STIM'.IOTS.
Retiring from Business
OU1S I'NTllil-: STOCK
Mast be Sold by January 1, 1893.
Wp will Commence Selling Out
Next Saturday, Sept. 3, 1892,
And will continue
Stock is di
until tho Whole
FIXTURES FOR SALE!
STORE TO LET!
OHAS. J. tr,ISECBri,
Leading Millinerv House, cor. I'oit
and Hotel streets.
To Lot or Loaso.
M'WO XICLLY KlMt- .sv, -,
1 nished Itoonis. ecu- g&hfejCl
inuiy iDL'iiii'ii, wiipiird at
i oiiage ai .miimm,
near iierelania street car.
Kent fill. Apply this ollice.
DLVAL I'UKMISIOS, ;!1 tyv " ,
lleictania stieot, op- (SfririLih
posilo Port street church. sSiii'.'IvtSj
Applvlo It. I. LILLIIJ, SiyrCgfeGS
its'J-tf At Tlieii. II. Davie A Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
TWO COTTAOKS TO
Let one on Merchant
slteet and one on Kort
street next to school hou-.
Applvto W. MiCANDLKSb,
fVP'-YV IIOUKK OK KIVP.
1 rooms, on Magalne
street, with llatlirooiu, pat
ent . 0,. etc. CuiiiiiiuikIh
one of thellnest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
HOUSE TO LET.
'I'lli: CO.MMtiDlOl'.S .'-
1. Story Dwelling on
I'uiichliowl htri'ot, lietween
lleretauia anil King, ocu
pled hy the iiudermgncd to whoiuajiily
lor particulars. W. b. Ll' lv.
A NICK COITAOK ON 4 a --,
l(.i,-..t ,. ii It i srr.i.tt mull- l',iJ,' . Si
NICK CO'lTAlll-: ON
iil-oi street, containing jSn.'Viiut
arlor, .' lledrooniH, Daili- iiiiifc'a
.... . .... ....... innkHn
loom, Dlulugroom, r.iutry ami iviicneii,
bervant'H room, Carriage lloUM,Stahle.etc.
Trauic.ir.s pass every 'Ji minutes. Apjily at
ollico of this paper. Irfvtf
1 New Homing
Case Cnlil Watch for
a llor.-e, llral-e and
Harness. Appl) at
17OH Till' UKTITUN OK AN A.M1IKU
1? ("Igarctto lloldur. lout on the WalMkl
road, toward thu l'urk. on ToumIiiv hist,
M$t j . y, Mtu iliiiio -
w iifiSii- mm
Rtt i SafeL
J TT yaw possess :i personnl
iiKiiviuiiiiniy you win
cs( v.'iliH' for (lio lunst lnonoy.
you wiin (. tlio
It will last
and "ive heller sali'sfaelion.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : : : Oppo. Sprocketa' Batik.
13 A KTT A
JL 4.rn4L.uVi.&a V ? .r;.v
nyr: .a. ijl rh&. o t ies
104 Port Sti'OOt, 'EIoil-iloIu.Ivi.
To Commence Monday, August 29, 1832,
THE EXTIUK STOCK WILL IM3 OVFEKED AT A
All Goods will be Marked in Plain Figures and
Sold for CslsIx Only
Bona-fide Sale ! -3!oiEF- Positive Bargains !
Tin-: KEDurnoN wi-; oltai?anti2i-: von
TWO WEEKS ONL
The Popular Millinery House.
Ar,' tsilif pleasure in inronniujj Uie Kmokkiw ol' tlie
A LOT OF THK
Choicest Havana Segars !
KVICIt UltOU(;iIT TO THIS MAUKK.T. also,
STRAHPON & STORM SESARS !
AND TINS 1-O.l-rLAU
OroD Creara Olay Fiipes
AT WHOLP.SALi; AND IlLTAIL I1Y
HOLLISTER& CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Honolialvi, EC. I.
Vqv Bavk " A-XVoox-t'
A KltKSH INVolCi: OK
Hay, Grain, Feed
For Sale Cheap lu Quantities to Suit.
AT fj 1'KU COltD Dr.LlVK.IiKD.
JOHN P. COL.33URN & CO.,
11W1 Onooii Ktrcut, y,
.it-'(jii.'iin(.'iiK't with your own
(iu:n wirto you roi tiiu gi'csit-
Hardware go to the
and push ooxes out. of
skin of tin- salesman jnsl like, tho water
lot. of (Jarden Hose you bought of those
Hose try I ho c-Goi,n Src.u.
iliiil we have
H. Hackield & Go.
OKKKi: KOlt SAl.K
Best Refined Alcohol!
For Mechanical & Medical Purposes.
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