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SATURDAY, SEPT. 8, 1894
IWl .A. R. 1 1ST E NEWS
HIQM8 Marie (mm Calluo, Peru
8 8 Australia, iiomllette, troni San Fran-
Stnir lwnlnn! from Kntial
Btmr Mokolll (rum Maui, Iinnl and Molo-
Saturday, Sept. 8.
Dk 0 D Bryant, Jacobsen, (or Han Fran
cisco H I Q M S Alexandrine for Corca
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stmt Mokotil (or Molokal and Lanat
Btmr Ulaudlne (or jiorta on Maal at 5 p m
Cargoes from Island Ports
Btmr W Q Hall fi300 bites "ilRAr, Id bag
concc, ui naps av
CO pkss sundries.
colfcc, 01 baps awa, 31 bead cattle, and
From Ban Francisco per 8 8 Australia
Kept 8-K Klllahun, W W Ilruncr, K J liul
lard. Mratl lloltc, Mrs 1) M Cook, Miss
Craig, Miss Dora K Kstelle. (1 J) Kgnul.
wife, child ami nurse, M Funncll, Sin K
W Fuller. W 11 Uidfrcv. Jr. MIm Tilda
Dryennle, J Hindi, J llmvt.r.t, 1. ul l'r
Holer, Iter Holit Htttclnti Mrs Tbns K
James, Mls Jell'ers, Mrs Jnmes l.yle, Mrs
T F Laming mid 'JcblMtcn, Miss Ulbvrt,
Mlssllidlda Lclercr, T l.ucas and wlfo,
Mrs V II Moi.can and clill I. K II Mann
and wife, John Mllfap. Mli Nenlliaiii.
Miss Florence Permit, Miss l'lre, Mrs II
W l'eck an t ch Id. Mips I ItoseKratu, J
Btelner, wlfo and child, II Hclilntlt. Mrs C
J Tarbcll. J D Trcglonn, F. 1) Tvnney. Ml.s
Mary Tuck, Ur JO Warbrlek, A U Wood
and wife, 11 Winston and wife, Alvxtmlrr
Young, Miss Xlmmer.
From Hawaii and Maulrper "'nir W G
Halt. Sept 7 From Volcano: Mlsuci Helen
and Hesiio Dlukron, Mrs Keyworib, Mls
Keywortb, Mr 1'nwick Wnyiwrtsi B W
Fuller, Mis' M vti Holt, Mrs J Nell,
Frank Qrccnwcll, MIki Hunter, Mri J Mon
arrat. Matter Monirm, lllshop Willis,
Col Norrln, J Cuiinliwlmni, Masters Jones
(It I, J Sims and 1)7 deck.
Tho schooner Transit cleared at
Francisco for this port last Saturday.
The German bark J. 0. (Hade cleared at
San Francisco for tlueciiitown last Saturday.
IIRYANT UltKI'SWEI.- - At Christ
Church, South Koim, Hawaii. Svtitem
berd, IKII, by tho Iter. S. 11. Jtavls,
Otrald K. Ilryant, ol Klpahulu, Maul,
to Dora Carollue, oMcut daughter of
the lata H. N. Orrcmvrll.
Tho Australia's Passago.
Tho S. S. Australia, H. 0. Houd
lette commander, loft Snn Francisco
September 1, 1801, at 2 p. tn. with
57 cabin and 17 steerage passongors.
and 17 bags of mall. Lxporioncou
pleasant woathor with light norther
ly winds througliotit the voyage.
Arrived at Honolulu September 8, at
7:45 a. m.
Wo aro not at nil surprised
at our iucivasofl trade it'H
the goods and prices that have
brought it all about. We
have adopted tho policy of
quick sa'cs and small profits
it's a first rate policy for
both tho bu)cr and solhr. It
means TRUE ECONOMY
good things need not be high
There is a certain hard wall
of facts und figures, however,
that stands between possibili
ty and prodigal promises.
There are certain prices below
which no good, honest article
can bo bought. Those prices
aro ours if you pay less you
will certainly get less. This
is a plain statement worth re
membering. We don't know what got
into the factory for thoy have
sent us enough Ladies' Suritr
Waiki'8 to supply every lady
on theHO Islands. We must
get rid of them. Conic in
and take your pick. They all
came on tho last steamer and
are new du-igns und patterns.
You are paying more for
Curtains at the public auc
tions than we are asking. Wo
have NoTTixoiiAMS at l.o0.
Madkak, Bulahion', Haw
Silk, Owkntal, Axtiquhs,
ktc, ktcj., we intend that
they shall be swld, so now is a
XiOOAXi AHD OKKIKAIj NXWB.
No change In tho price of raw
sugar, ine xsow xorK marsoi is
firm and active.
E. J. Bullard shipped two carloads
of mules from Fresno, Cal., for Ho
nolulu on August 31.
Tonrlors for tho supply of milk for
tho Queen's Hospital will closo on
Monday at 12 o'clock.
Tho Government band will play
at Emma Square this aftornoon, and
at tho Hawaiian Hotel this ovening.
Lieutenant Stileman of tho Hya
cinth will load tho Y. M. C. A. meet
ing to-morrow night at (3:30 o'clock.
H. J. Nolto has received fresh fro
zon oysters at tho Bover Saloon,
which will be served in any stylo
Seoly Shaw of tho Merchants' Ex
change received a largo consignment
of Enterprise beer by tho S. S. Aus
Tho Foreign OUlco ha? received
nolico from tho Moxican Govern
ment, notifying its recognition of
tho Hawaiiau Republic.
Tho Gorman warship Mario arriv
ed to-day. twenty-four days from
Callao. alio will coal hero and re-
sumo her voyage to Corea.
The Germau warship Aloxandrino
loft this morning for the scene of
tho Coreau trouble. The vessel took
in IKX) tons of coal whilo hero.
Through tickets to all points in
tho United States can bo obtained
for tho S. S. Australia, to sail next
Saturday for San Francisco, at the
olllco of tho agents, Win. G. Irwin &
Tho "Albion" Is consldorod by
bcor drinkers to be tho best brand
ou the Hawaiiau Islands: the Em
pire keeps it. Always fresh, always
cool, drawn with a now patent Dab
Tho Government having decided
to abolish tho Chiuose Theatre. Jas.
F. Morgan is authorized to sell tho
whole group of buildings at auction,
the sale will take place next Mon
day nt noon.
Somoof tho boys from tho Charles
ton have been painting the town rod
sluco their arrival. It is so well done
that it is reasonable to suppose they
havo boon using Hendry h Ready
its i no Hawaiian uororiiiuoni uiu
not submit to the proposition for
not interfering with the soft soap
man, Brobatn has ordered two more
German monof-war to enforce the
sale of 17 bars of soap for f l..
Opunul Kakoi and another have
filed their objections in the Supreme
Court to I ho appointment of tho
widow of 1'etoro Kakoi as adminis
tratrix of the estate of Fotoro Ka
koi. Hearing has Imou sot for Mon
Thore will bo n shooting match in
tho near future between Captain
Good and a member of tho sharp
shooters. Fifty rounds will be fired.
Captain Kidwell has challenged
Captain Good and a match forSl(K)
a side will bo arranged.
U. S. Minister Willis presented
Captain G. W. Collin and oillcers or
tho U. S. S. Charleston to President
Dole at tho ExocutUu building this
forenoon. Tho Government baud
mid two companies of soldiers were
stationed in tho driveway.
Judge Bruiisoii has presented L.
J. Levey, auctioneer, with a rare
cane as a tokeu of appreciation for
the very successful nIoof the donor'
ellects helu by Air. Levey. It wa
one of tho best sales of furniture
over held here, and realized about
$3000. The cane is of blackthorn
and in its silver head Is a watch,
which the Judge testifier is an ex
celleut time keeper. Mr. Levey is
justifiably proud of this beautiful
Joseph .Murphy, chief olllcer of
the bark Velocity, was arrested at
(5:30 o'clock yesterday evening on
King streot by Lieut. Contra and
D.ivid Kuapa on suspicion. At tl o
btutiou ho w searehed and h'ix half
pound tiuuof Uongkong opium wore
found on his person. A search was
mauooi ins room ou uoaru tue ve
loeity and twenty-two mom half
pound tins of opium were found In
the District Court to-day Murphy
pleaded guilty to having opium in
possession and was fined $.r00.
TO IMPROVE THEMSELVES.
Tho Youn g Hawaiian s Complete Their
About forty young men, all mem
bors of tho Young Hawaiians' Insti
tute, met in the Y. M. U. A. nan at
7:30 o'clock yostorday evening. Tho
object of the meeting was to oloct
ofheers to serve for ono yoar.
Through invitation Marshal E. G.
Hitchcock was present at tho meet
ing and was an interested spectator
throughout. The meeting was call
ed to order by tho temporary chair
man, YV. J. Coelho, and J. H. Bol
ster was appointed tomporary secre
tary. Tho nominations having boon
made tho election was proceeded
with and resulted as follows: Presi
dent, Honry Smith; Vico-presidout,
W. J. Coelho; Recording Secretary,
Chas. Wilcox; Corresponding Secre
tary, Jas. H. Bolster; Financial Secre
tary, Jas. N. K. Kcola; Treasurer, N.
Ferunudez; Marshal, I. H. Sher
wood; Executive Committee, Jas. U.
Bord. G. E. Boardman. Solomon
Meheula, S. M. Kanakanul and
Clarenco L. Crabbo.
After tho election tho president
proposed that a vote of thanks bo
accorded Marshal Hitchcock for his
attondauco at tho meeting. The
proposition was tho sense of tho
meeting, nnd Mr. Hitchcock repond
ed with a few remarks couched in
tho following terms:
My FnicNDs: I did not expect to
bo hero to-night. Having been in
vited to come hore by Mr. Coelho, I
havo dono so, aud am well pleaded to
seo such an organization as you
present hero to-night. I havo read
your constitution and by-laws and
think tho objects very good. It
shows that Hawaii is progressive
and It gives my heart great joy to
seo with what ability you have
carried ou this meeting. The legis
lative ability with which you have
conducted the meeting surprised
me. Thoro Is no government with
out tho people, aud as tho president
lias saitl, the llio oi me organization
will bo in the attendance of mom
bors. I wish you every success.
Mr. Hitchcock's remarks were
greeted with vociforous applause.
Mr. Smith moved that tho appreci
ation of the association be recorded
by tho secretary aud a voto of thanks
bo tendered Mr. Cool ho, tho pro
moter of the Institute Passed unaui
inousl'. Mr. Coelho responded in a
few apnronriato remarks. The meet-
' Ing adjourned at 11:30 o'clock. Tho
installation will take placo ou luo
And Catarrh In tho (toad
(B Q a
Jfr. IP". . Tucker
"I feel that It Is ImpoislMo (or ms to y tee
much In fnror of Hood's Savsaparllla. 1 was
a treat sufferer (torn Impuro blood anil Catarrh
In mj lieat. Job's comforters failed to comfort
me, and I suffered from numerous 1IU
Agony Ccyond Description.
Whon 1 began to tako Hood's S.waparllla, I had
six of Uiem, only four of illicit cams to a head,
and since then, thinks to this cxd medicine, I
lnr been frre from this great affliction. I
kalned 1 1 tionndi In thrco weeks. The Catarrh
In my henil tthlrti ln trmtbl'd me for years has
alio boon curod by llooU'i SariaparilU aud t
Hood's x Cures
enlovlni cood ceneral health.
Mid'4 tnr'itarllla In nil nho ara
afillctod." W. U Tccki ii, Hoseburg, Oregon.
HooO'a Pills rure all Mrcr Ills. Iiltlou
neis. Jaundice, liidlgcstlon, Kick lieadoche.
HUHltON. NKWMAN A CO.,
Aeents for Hawaiian Iplan.u
Grin and Bear It!
Ii just what every lmly must lo who lini bought n Cored that Joes not
lit her. Correts bounlit of us lit, hcrmi'e we only carry the popular
makes, that havo been tried and found tho correct style. ......
The Genuine P, D, Corsets,
We hare in alt styles and all elies
Tbe R, & 6, Corsets,
Extra lonjr waist, perfect lit, In all slip.
Ferris' Good Sense Corset Waist,
Perfect Pit for alt ages, best for health, conifutt, wear and tlnlsh.
Tbe R, & G, Summer and Nursing Corsets.
Wo Imro In all sir,-. Tho Slimmer Corset Is ust the thing for hot
Try our 50 Cent Corset, it is a Stunner.
A full line of sites of
Miss Corsets and Corset Waists,
Children's Corded Waists for 40 CenK
THIS 18 NUT A
620 Fort Street,
KwongSingLoyj SING LOY,
MT IIM Sh "Tbomn Block."
51-05 tin SI., our linnitM Si
good time to buy tin in.
huiih' ndvk-u will stand
through iiv ry di'jmitinuiit of
Whon you call, take a look
at our Towh.s and Towki.
i.ino, Cuktonxks and Vi u-
N1TUUK. . CoVKItlMl.S.
our ('o.MKouTcits at 1.
THE BALVATION ABBXY.
Growth of tho Ilody That Has Now
In view of tho arrival by tho Aus
tralia of a fOiitii)K''iit of I ho Salva
tion Army, tho following Horn from
Now York dated Aug. Ill ia iutorest
iiitf: Comniandor llalliui-lon Booth, at
a largely attoudod mtotii? iu As
sooiatlou Hall in Brooklyn, paid:
"Twouty-uluht years oko tuo Salva
tion Army coiibiHtud ofjtwo iioroiiH
my fathor and mother who had for
a barracks a dilapidated saloon in
tho oast oud of London. It now has
11,2110 uommaiidiiif,' ollifors, 05,000
local ofllct'rs and ovur 1,000,(KK) inon
und women aro willing to wear its
uniform and bo tnisrojiresoutod and
ST. ANDIIUW'S CATHEDRAL.
Sixteenth Sunday nftor Trinity.
Tho services of St. Andrew's Catho
dal will bo as follows: 0:30 a.m., Holy
Communion; 11 a. in., Morning
Prayer aud sermon; U:30 p. tn.,
Kvonsong (Hawaiian); 7:30 p. iu.,
Evensong and sermon.
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow (Sunday) will be as fol
lows: l):l.r a. tn., morning prayer
with Mtriuou; Venito, Koblutouin V;
To Dotim, Woodward in 12 flat;
Ujuedlotus, Aruu iu O; hymns Till)
aud 105; nnthom, "O Saviour of tho
World," by Sullivan. 0:.'U) p. tn.,
Evensong with soruion; Maguillcat,
Itaudall in V; Nunc Dimlttis Gib
bons in E Hat; hymns 2.(0, 200 mid
31. Hov. Alex. .Mackintosh, pastor.
All aro cordially Invited.
At 0 and 7 o'clock a.m. Low Masses
as usual. At 0 o'clock Children's
Mass with English instruction. At
llUlO High Mass with native and
Portuguese lust ruction. 2 p. m.,
Itosary aud Catechism. 1 p. in., in
winter season (November to Febru
ary), 1:30 p. m., iu sutntner season
(iobruary to November), Benedic
tion of the M. 11. Sacrament. Week
ly Services 0 and 7 a. tn., Low
T. !. O. A. HALL.
Services at Y. M. C. A. Mission
Service at Brito Hall Saturday even
ing at 7:30 o'clock. Bible Class in
Y. M. C. A. parlor, Sunday afternoon
at WW. rratso borvico Sunday nvou
ing iu Association Hall at 0:30. Ser
vices in Ouhu Jail, Sunday 11 o'clock.
Bible class ou Tuesday ovoniug 7:30.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
laid Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vices will bo held Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Bible class; 11:15 a. m. aud
7:30 p. m., preaching.
Christian Mission, Harmony Hall,
ou King streot botweou Fort and
Alakoa stroots. Preaching by T. D.
Garvin, 11 u.m. aud 7:30 p.m. Morn
ing them: "Tho Church in A. V. 1)1
aud the Church in A. D. 1K01."
Evening aubioot: "The Jowish Tab
ernacle," illustrated by a largo
painting. The enrollment of mem
bers ami the Lord's Supper at tho
close of tho morning discourse.
Como and be hoi pod. Seats free.
Dr. L1EBIG & CO.
Xwrnf Ihttlat ,fr Chrtnilt,
You have a few momenta
to flparc, haven't you? Of
couie, you are not in a hurry
to catch u train or pay a hill,
especially the latter. J tint
cant your eye down Huh
column, or butter still come
down to the bto-o and look
over tho new line of goods
Hint we havo just opeiud, if
you remember correctly we
advertised new goods two
weeks ago. A complete new
stock of them too. Well they
nm nil frolic nnd 1 have a new I kmihhmi.
htock that will he ready for
inspection on vour arrival.
M'lwi fJ,-uf I. mi linv,.u T ritifiiixl I A OTAIlTIlltl.Y MIXriNfl Ol T1IK
Llio Hist loin Duxes i opened j,(nfl, ()f TlMMl.0 f ,, tu.Krm
contained nothing but French j Ij"T' '''ViMivS-'ii.'v lvi.-v'i'',,1,V,i
, ,. i ,v ... I ll'.lldlnj; m l.liM.SDAi M.M, the
jiiiwns, Muslins and Dimities, . uu im-mut, nt m:.uj ovik . i.
.1 n i i . i. ... mi. .. ' AiiipiuiiiicMti, to tlii ii-Ijiw nml al-
OOIU Ilglireo ami pilllil. J lie , .rnii..n In th rimrtr i.l tli ilnwi'.
mobt elegant patterns I have , ilti""'! "Lt. fu" uUvnl'
received direct Irom . r. a. f-i n.i:rr.it,
rpKSimits aim: wanti:d koii tiii:
X supply lotiit:iu-eii'ii llciplmlul ptiru
Milk lu iiinniiilvs int tlu functor mny
from tlmu to tlmo nrilcr, foru l-rni uf iiii
rftr fiiitn nml nltiT ilin l.'.tli lii-tiint.
IVlllllTX t( IiI'IiUIIiImI III tiltlllMtH'll". Ikiu ll
nt IiIh ollli'u iiii to I- u'mIih'U iimm m MUN
DAY, tliu 10(1) IliMiint
r a sciiakii'i:
lloiiolulii, Si pt. .'i. IMH. h I'lctiiry.
I)r I.U'Ii'k'h Invliroriitor the K'i't'""t '-'-mcijy
for .Srinltinl Wrimiii'i Iai of Mn
' liuotfutiil Private 1II,uks, ovuroini's I'ro
iiinturt'iii'in nnd (irepnien all for tusrrlnKu
jlff' iliitim. iilcnsiirrn una finllllltH";
II trlnl IhiiIIo kIvcii or n-nt irre to imy etui
ilvrcrlbliiK Kiiiitiitiii; call or nililrrim IW
i,inry ni , liriTnu, ciiirnii, o.i ..,fih oi..
KrniiiuN'o li .''' iy
Kauai Tela. 338 p. 0. Box 207.? Mutual Tele. 68ft P. 0 Roi 101.
Chinese, Japanese and Indian Goods !
Indian Silks, Laces nnd Liiiens,
Japanese Crapes, Chinese Matting,
Silk Handkerchiefs, Shawls and Sciirta,
Grass Cloth, Rattan Chairs, Ete., H!tv..
rSA Complete TAILORING ESTABLISHMENT
with Competent Cutters and a complete line of English and
American Suitings. Perfect fit guaranteed.
A FINE LINli OK GENTS' HATS!
"Wicker Ware in Great Variety.
51-53 King Street & 407 King Street.
Japan. Crepes, Silks and
Cm tains, Japanese Silk Ki
monos, Fancy Drapes, etc,
beautiful Chenille Poitiers,
Silk and I, ace Curtains and
WPl take place on Sept. j
l-t, with a complete line of
new stock. Ribbons, Laces, j
Feathers, latest shapes, etc. i
Thin denartmcut will be under i
the pi rsonal management of
Miss Pollen, from the States.
609 AND 611 KING STREET.
The Hark C. D.
to us the
is now due
Largest Consignment of Furniture
KVEIt ailll'l'Kl) TO A SINGLE KIKM O.N HAWAIIAN SOU..
And will Consist of
Iwu.1. not lip. unsi'o.Ntjini.r. roit
nny bills rontrni'ted hy my run, l.oiili
tini;ur; noitlivr Is ho uiitlioilti'il to collict
moiivy or receipt lillli, for me.
Hunuliilii. Sept. i, IKII. IVia-JK
A COW AND 'J I'AIATH.
XX. Owii'-r can Imvn mii
hi niiinvliit nt I I.W. Si'liiu
V Soiiimiapnjliit; I'Vi.iiisc, .SK'
1 fii-ai Zi-
.1. J. EG AN.
September 7, 18!M.
t'ottllKO ol I Mil Kooiiia
opM)lte Iti. .Miner a. Ai
J. A. .tllVIIUTK.-S,
ir.T-lw llcriitiuilu dtri'i-t.
A Strong Horse
IS THE RESULT UK USINO
FOB PLAYINO TUE I1ANSITTI.
Six Men Dot Tholr Deaorts for High,
Tho Uaiuila shooting enso wns
coiii'luili'd in tho Dlstriot Ctmrt joh
torri'iy aftornoon nml rosultoil in tho
conviction of all nix dofonilanltt.
Uuno AilauiH, liilo, Kiinnnn nml IV
hin uoro I'noli f-ontimi'i-d to pay a
fini) f .." nml lm iinirioiii!il nt hard
labor twi'iity-fonr 110111"! KuKona
wan hontonri'il to .iy n linn ol Ml
anil lm iinrinoiii'il onu inmilli, nud
Knm-Kn got 0110 yi'aron llio roof, ho
hidoH lioiiiK lliii'd lldll,
TI1060 dufiHiilantH (tnnmiltoil. nib
hod nml thou hhnt n (Jliinniniui in
lininiln on August i
A FRESH SUPPLY
Will take n llmltcil number of 1'iiplla
henldfiiie! I.llllia Btreet.
kj liooniN nt hiiwnluliu. ;
auto 1111 Unfurnished Cot
tnKonltti Two ttonnib nml
Kitonen on rortbtrctt. nupiirooi
It2t.1w olioa Store.
Itooni for hIiiuIh Kfii-
tleinan nituateil on liere
Uiiln street. 15 minutes'
wulk from i'lmt Ollire, Address "O.,
this olllce. 10S2 tf
Needed to Furnish
Baby's Rocker to a
Solid Oak Bedroom Set
Bell 179, TELEPHONES Motoal 76,
J. a Kruine intlldlii,'.
Al WAIKIK.I ONTHR
nuartf m for one or two Sin-
ItKMOVAl. Ol-i le Uentlemen; board op-
Wati'lunakur, Kort etrcct
Temple of Fashion
SI "Fort Street.
Ladies' Underwear, Boy's Clothing,
Urge Assortment ol Udlas' and Children's Bdom.
Large Line of Summer Goods I
Lwgo lino of Woolons nt 2fio. FlniutolottoB, 10 jnrdu for fl.Ul
uiuivu onu uno vouous, irom n to m yards, ti.w per piece.
Amoakeng GiiifhaniB, 12 yards for f 1.00. Gents' nnd Ladies' Ba
Silks, Satius, Sorgos, Lawus aud Dross Goods of every descript
aa. C3-. SILVA, Proprietor.
tlonal: imtldnu fluidities iiixxl. Vot unrti
iavi-ti ntu.i.KTiN oKKiek.
.1... 1... 11 . .... A l
.. T-. ,.,,, .,,,, r, r.r III" lllltMl Ok tllllllltu wll(1IIH""k
B. F. liJlILliiliS Si CO. TUoyliaoalliKtodauapmul.
Hay and Grain
Jum Arrluil or "S. O. Wilder."
CAM. AN'D KKI5 IS.
CALIFORNIA FEED CO.
Corner tlmen A Nuuimiii Hid
Hutu Ti:i.i:i'iionk.s 121.
DELICATE ! DELICIOUS I DAINTY !
ASK YOUR GROCER I'OR
ZL-j xC'a.i Jzi jSI X-j
411 NUUANU STRBR1.
Dry, Fancy and White Dress Goods I
Grass Cloth, Pajamas, Etc., Etc.
OHI N H)fc3 m
'lliPMisri, SHtt l'iU -InrK", Cut, I'.xirn ! oic-l. Onu trlil wi I ir votliflr mint.
N, II. Thn On in, ol this unwiil contitlii n ;routur iuintity tlmu tlumo of
vi.tcb.oll 5c rCotoras-n., C:as ,jor.ta.
rSt)li snil Fit OiinrnnU't'it. I'rlwt Mmlcritte.
w- vLu.T-uai Teleiplione 642
Daily Hullotin 50 Conts por Moutli,