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BVBfflNO BUM-HTIN. HONOLULU. H. fr FRIDAY. NOVKMDKR 29, 1901.
Published Every Day Except Sunday,
t 120 King Street, Honolulu,
T. II., by tho
BULLETIN PUBLI8HINO CO., LTD,
WALLACE K. FAItltlNOTON.. Editor
Entered at tho Post Office at Hono
lulu ns Becond-clasa matter.
Per month, anywhero In U. 8... I .76
Per year, anywhero In U. S... 8.U0
Per year, postpaid, foreign.... 13.00
Payable Invariably In advance.
Post Office llox 718
K1UDAY NOVEMBER 29, 1901.
Ily nchocntlng a special session the
Republcan Territorial committee will
be voicing the sentiment the majority
of the voters of tho Territory and the
rank and flic of the Republican party
Again the threat of "no money" Is
made by Thurston in his discussion of
Republican party affairs. This threat
was heeded In the last campaign and
the party lost at the polls, The situs
tion has not changed so materially us
to promise that It will win additional
votes at the next election.
The Governor's ThanksgUlug proo
(amotion was nut read anywhere yes
terday though It was by an luad-
rertenco placed upon the original pro
gram of the union services. The (lov
ernor of the Territory of Hawaii Is
sued no Thanksgiving proclamation.
Perhaps he can give a competent rea
son for bis Indifference; no one clsj
Dleliop Willis preached tho Intensely
practical sermon of yesterday. lie
went Into the detail of events for
which many people think they have no
reason to be thankful and showed
where. In the adverse features of life
the Divine plan offers the ray of
pleasure, moral and material advance
ment for which all people hmo reason
to be grateful.
The contentions of the Attorney Ren-i-r.il
regarding the hospital appropria
tions are unfortunate In the extreme
and show a sudden and remarkable
desire to listen to the mandates of the
Legislature which Is put down by hi
clr-le of friends and political dicta
tors as Incompetent and of no use on
earth especially In Hawaii. If tho
legislature pasted appropriations for
Institutions whose rules nnd regula
tions arc Contrary to the spirit and
Intent of the Organic Act of the Terri
tory those appropriations should not
ha available to the Institutions In
question. Failure of the legislature,
through o.crslght, to follow the spirit
and Intent of the Organic Act furnishes
no competent ground for any official of
tho Territorial administration to over
ride the provisions of tho law laid
down by Congress. In attempting a
play to the galleries the Attorney Gen
eral Is not only reversing himself nut
practically the Organic Act of tho Tur-
rltory as well.
THE REPUBLICAN ORGANIZA
The apparent readiness of the He
publican Territorial committee to re
scind the Illegal action taken at the
last meeting gives promise of a return
of confidence In party leaders and a
general spirit of fairness after a tem
porary aberration which resulted In
widespread dissatisfaction and harsh
If the Republican Territorial com
mittee will stick strictly to legal busi
ness without attempting extraordinary
and revolutionary measmes to whip
-the action of the Territorial convention
Into a state of affairs never intended,
tbe organization will find no difficulty
In keeping the rank nnd flic In line
and In a goneral state of satisfaction.
On the other band If the organization
or any ef Its members attempt to forco
measures for Increasing its member
ship In any way or placing new men os
Its voting lists where, there is no va
cancy, It will have the same Justifiable
criticism to meet and the same conten
tions which are at once a discredit to
the committee and serve to disrupt the
All tho Republicans of this Territory
ask of the organization is honest,
straightforward management Th
membership of the organization and
tbe rules for Its government were de
termined by tho Territorial convention.
The organization has no right to go
behind or beyond the mandates of the
convention, add to Its membership, ill
lectly or Indirectly, or decrease mem
bership, directly or Indirectly. The
honefct method of proccduro Is to hold
to the original committee except so
far as vucancles, temporary or perma
nent, make changes necessary. No
deviation from this course can be
honestly put "down ns necessary or ex
pedient, Tho convention determined
the membership of the organization
and no person outside that committee
can legally be granted the right to toto
In person or by proxy.
Let fair dealing and recognized cus
toms and rules governing tho delibera
tions and voting membership charac
terize the action of tne Republican
Territorial committee and It will have
no reason to complain. of tho support
given It by the strong ranis and tllo ol
A RETROGRADB POLICY.
The nonpartisan nnd forceful ilo
in a lid fiom all putts of the Territory
for a special session of the Legisla
ture to provide funds for tho Territory
Is causing much perturbtalon of spirit
among the Thurstonlau "friends" r,f
The endeavor to bolster up the Gov
ernor In bis determination to defy
public opinion leads the Thurston or
gan to make statements regarding the
condition of the Treasury that And no
support fiom tho figures given by the
Tenltorlal Treasurer upon whom falls
the responsibility of paying tho bills.
Tbe Thurston organ also indulges In-
Its well known custom of financial
threats and a general charge of cor
ruption and selfish Interest against
any and all citizens who presume to
oppose the plans and pet Ideas of the
select circlo of the Governor's
For facts regarding the financial
status of the Territory It Is unneces
sary for fair minded men to go further
than the figures furnished by the Terri
torial Treasurer who has publicly as
serted his conviction of the necessity
of a special session to pay tho Terri
torial expenses. .
The Superintendent of Public
Works In his inspection tour of
the Island districts tlnds the peopta
damming, demanding needed repair
nnd new work on roads, bridges,
schoolhouses, Jails. "No money"
Is the only reply Sir. Hoyd can
glc, though admitting tho necessity
fur tho work ilcslrcil from his depart
ment. No money Is available and no
money is In sight.
It Is true ns stated by the Thurston-
Governor organ that "Property taxes
lime been vastly increased; license
tnxrs nre being doubled; the Income
ta Is highly productive; revenues arc
being ilerhed from hitherto untapped
sources; certain depuittuentnl expenses
have been cut down." The taxpayer
of Hawaii Is being cinched ns never
before. Property Is assessed to its
highest possible valuation; the license
tax In Us present condition Is mani
festly unfair as has been set forth I)J
an interview with tho license Inspector
published In this paper; revenues arc
being derived from sources that should
never bo mado a specific charge on the
property holder; departmental ex
penses havo been cut down ns a matter
of financial necessity, but at an ad
mitted sacrifice to tho public service.
It Is not true as stated by the Thurs
ton organ that "On the wholo there
will be enough money In hand for tho
uses of a government economically ad
ministered." Tho economy of the
present administration Is the economy
tepiesentcd In streets and roads going
to ruin for lack of funds necessary for
repairs; the economy represented by
the Anla schoolhouso which Is It dis
grace to the community; the economy
represented by conditions at the In
bane Aitylum fully set forth by the
Grand Jury, acknowledged by the offi
cials in control of the institution but
Impossible to Improve because of the
lack of funds. The go eminent eco
nomically administered for which the
Gocrnur, his "friends" and the official
organ stand sponsor Is the economy of
ruin nnd eventually of greater expense
by reason of tho Impobslblllty of tak
ing the "stitch In time' that will
be a saving to the taxpayers.
This disastrous policy Is followed
because his "friends" nnd the Governor
refiieo to work with tho peoplo or their
duly elected leprcscutntrvcs.
As this is an American Territory the
utter fully of tho Governor's attitude
li lit once nppaient.
urine i he
During tho recent dry spell on thu
Dig Island when .all .Inwult was clam
oring tor rain, quite a good deal was
r.nlil n ItMttf rn In.tnnLrltii nit, I n mtmlmt
of mm wont ho far an to write to the
I intuit! mil tit tf Aohlfllllriipa fn liifne.
matlon, tlit' Idea Living that, In cano
ini'in snnn hi in rnvnrtiii.n rnnnriu n
company might be formed and a win
muklne concern eKtnhllxheil In thi ui.
Enthusiasm was great among thu
niPti U'h'i u-nn, falll-ic ... ,lilu nl.n.Mn
Rlnpf. fnmrnliln rannrta u-ur., n.ilillakn.l
all over thu United States ome llttlo
urae ago, and tuo weiraro of Hawaii
wns looked upon us settled. All these
hliltOH linvn linen flnuhml tn ft.. i.fmi..l
by tho receipt of tho following com
munication Irom tho Wenther llureau
of the Department of Agriculture at
Washington, under datu of .Novem
Dear Sir: Referring to your letter
or recent date to tho Honorable the
Secreturv of Klfiti. nftlrlnt- in. aintia.
tics rclnthe to raln-maKlng in tbe
uuueu mutes, ami wnicn nns been ro
fnrrorl tn mn f,i rni,h I r.i. ti.n. f
cannot glvo you any statistics furtboi
than that all attempts to produce ralu
artificially appear lo uavo practically
A few VOnra blnri. tha -.o.l.i.a...
of this country had muca to Bay both
iui nuu against, mo various scnemes
that Were thnn hnlnrr lirnnneiul Ia, n-
duclng rain artificially, and many ac-
iuuuis oi rain prouuction were pub
lished that aro now known to bo false.
In the National Geographic Maga
zine for April 25, 1894, Is nn article on
.-,-Lii-.-r uiuKing, ancient nuu modern.
Ill Prnfftasnr Marl W lla..li.4nn .
contain all fYtinalv,, l-llll'.n-or..t ni
the subject. I would especially Invito
juur intention to mo following tltlos
Ahlm f-jAvnlnnil "rim mj.iun
Rain: Report Maryland Stato Weath-
.-! OVI -1.-1, till. 1, lJ-2, Jip, tj-t-tib.
Abbe. Clttviilanil. On ihn Prni,,
tion of Rain: Agricultural Science.
State College, Pennsylvania, vol. xl
1SU2. pp. 288-.II.8.
United States Department of Agri
culture. Letter frnm tlin Rn.t.Mi Ai
Agriculture transmitting a report ot
.nu special ageni oi tne Department ot
Agriculture for malting experiments In
tho production of rainfall: Fifty-second
Congress, First Session, Scnato Ex,
wo--, ovu., wasnington, mvi: 09 pp.,
9 Ills. ' '
WIIIU8 L. MOORE,
Chief, U. 8. Weather Bureau.
Wm. Laundsbcrry. an aired whitn
man and a person well known nbout
tho city, died at the home of a friend
on King street, JusUthls slda of Ed
mund nans piaco, nl about 10 oclock
ostorday morning. Deceased went
to tho place in a stato nf Intnvlintinn
nnd asked to lio down. Ho was given
a lounge In a back room. It was not
many minutes before the deceased
was taken with a lit and, beforo n doc
tor could be summoned, tho man was
dead. An autopsy was held and It
wis found that death had been caused
y vaivuiar Ulscaso of tho heart,
brought on by alcohol.
Deceased had been In the habit o.
having (Its about onco a week, tie
was usually taken to the police station
and rubbed until the nttack had pass
ed. Then ho was allowed to go. Ho
has no relatives .hero.
Tho transport Rosccrans took tha
place of the Solaco at Navy wharf No
NWS Of DUE
News wob received by the steamer
Kalulanl yesterday ot tho death of
Robert It. Hind of -..ohala, one of tho
best-known and most successful of too
business men of tho Islands. Thero
vcro no particulars whatever. J. S.
Low, manager of Hind, Rolph & Co.,
recclu-d the letter telling of tho sao
happening. Death occurred at 4
oclock Wednesday, morning, Just pro
Ioub to tho depnrttiro of tho steamer
for Honolulu. Tho oinccs of Hind,
Rolph & Co. arc closed today out ot
respect fur the memory ot tho deceas
ed, who was the senior member of the
Drm. A wireless message has been
cent to Kohala by Mr. Low. asking for
more ptrtlculars regarding the death
of Mr. Hind, and nn answer Is expect
u,1 tlila nrtnrnnnn
, II. (.., lia lull UV UBLUJ IHIIIVIl, lUt.
, deceaned was a man about 00 years of
age. no came to tne islands in the
year 1802 In company with Alexander
luiuig, inumas ungues ana ueorge
Renton. These four nir-- were expert
machinist who were working In tho
machine tihops In Victoria, I). C, at
tho time mentioned. When W, L.
'lieen started the Honolulu Iron
Worlis, In 1S02, ho sent to the shops
for four expert workmen and tbe men
mentioned were sent out. They all
went to work In tho Bhops as they had
agreed to do. Tho history of all of
them sIiowb that tb"y were sturdy,
bard-Vorklng men. for there Is not a
name among the four today that does
nut sianii ior integrity, utislncss In
sight and thrift. Thu name of Alexan
der Young btands first and foremost.
Tho decensed H. R. Hind worked In
tho shops of the Honolulu Iron Woiks
for nwhtlo and tnen went to Maul. Ho
worked ns a planter In Wnlhco and
later nn established a machine shop
In Walluku. It was whllo plying this
trade that he met Senator H. P. Rnld
win, and finally, when It was decided
to erect a Bmall sugar mill in tho Ma
kawan illatrlrt ft finnin ...nn ,
- .,'-- "wij tuo KIVI'U
the work, which he old in line shapi.
... -,.- in una mui mar, air. uaidwm,
is an active worker, lost his arm.
Alter working lu Maul for somo
years, thl der-pnuml wnni tvHi.
nnd there entered Into tho sugar busl-
" juuge nan, now of this city.
It was not long before this partnership
was dissolved, nnd then tho deceased
went In with T. II. DavlcB, George Hen
ton. II. F. Holmes and Daniel VIda
In the starting of tho Union Mill.
When thin ttlllt hiirnn.l .U.n .1..
ceased went to llawl nnd there bought
. nuu Bu-,--tr estate oi wmch lie was
the owner and whero ho remained un
til the tlmo nf hltt flnntli ri,.n..i. i.
-- - - - -.. .t,u.j,ll lllB
stllct attention to work and hlu
shrewd huslm-ss methods, he succeed
ed In amassing a ory largo fortune,
which Is conservatively estimated nt
H.OO'i.OOO. Deceased leaves four sons
und two daughters to mourn their loss.
lie married In the Islands, his wile be
ing a Renton.
Robert R. Hind wns a native ot
lorkshtrp. I'ni-lnml II.. ......... .
rrom tho old country and located for
a time In tho Itniin.t oini... nn.ii..
there he took out naturalization pa
i-ci-i urn. nuvor completed this natural
ization, for he again went into British
J?..' nncl betame it machinist In
Victoria, U. C.
Defeased was known all over tho
IslnndB as a practical, level-headed
IHIfllnpRH mnn fn icno u
...., . ,Vtmt ,j0 lBniu io
11)0 lOre fiK n tnnmlini nf h.. ti
of Nobles from his district by means
a u ia i-ry quality, m.thls turbulent
session, ho wns one of the fow who
remained cool and attended strictly
lo the business matters beforo tho
Legislature. On this account, his ad
vice went for a grent deal and ho was
Invariahlv i,ln,i ., ,,.
--- - WM -.lllllUlllll'vtl
where finances wcro to bo attended
iu. iiu very seldom spoke, hut when
he (1 his words wero always straight
to the nnlnt nn,l ih-n u.n .i...i..i..
of any Issue. Ho was elected fiom
the National Reform party, of which
he was n staunch member.
The iler-rvnar.fl unu nnAM .. .11 .. .
the former Bulletin Publishing Com-
10 FIX II
James II. Hoyd, Superintendent 01
Public Works, gave n verbal report on
his latest visit to tho Island of Ha
waii nt thu rinvan,n.. fu..-.ii .. . -
morning. Among other things, he told
-. ...o .rum U-.-IUB Hone Dy surveyors
in laying out a canal to carry off flood
watic!; '" H1I- Mr- "OV 8ave a gen
eral description of public worts need
Ing attention along the route of his
A remark mado about tho Volcano
read to Mr. Hoyd after tho meeting,
referring to a Bigned article by tho
editor of tho Advertiser, elicited this
, "'Li!!at roa- can be put In order
for 1300 as Walter G. Sinlm says, all
lluli 'V'0 isJ Bppljr nero ai"- 1
Will cfvn n in tfTAA .. i& t ..
tlou. No; $o00 would not put It in
viva tuivruuiu vonuitjnn.
PermlsRlnn mas --t l.. . i
Council to tho Matson I.lno to build
jny in waiaKca river, HHo.
.1 ----- i--.uuuiianueu a uquoi
dealer s license to Omoro Oosaburo at
1. no, mau u renewal or tno dealer's li
cense at thn UflltlA (llnrA -n 1I..W...1.I...
ger & Co. y u.,ui
K,? S' J&ZL "
r , - t-MDiiuiut, liquor iroin
ajco In Manoa vallry.
m m m 1 ii
OAHU MEETING POHTPONED.
The statement In yesterday's Adver
tiser that tho Oahu Sugar Co. would
resume the navment nf n iii-i,i-
one an da half per cent per month Is
lucorreci. ino dividend was never
more than one ner mni nmi ..., ...
to half of one per cent. This will bo
ronunueu 10 ue paid until further no
ttce. The mcctlm- nf thn ..,
railed for this morning was postponed
mini wt-cciuuer Jim as tho treasurers
report was not ready,
Those signing tho Wyoming memor
ial to Washington aro as follows:
Jos. O. Pratt, n. W. Shingle, Ed.
Towbo. Clias. Hon. nvrnn if iint-i
M. White, Mr. Lee, C. M. Leo, Qeo!
1-.UIK111., y. a, uoeiz, 11, carlylo, Geo.
Loucks and tha ladles of thn inv
whoso names were appropriate as wo
men have tho votlnir frnnehisn In Wv.
The Evening Bulletin, 75 cenU per
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
A FRESH INVOICE OP
direct from factory
The Correct Vehicle for Ladies' Driving !
Duplicate ot Prize Winner, Paris Exposition, 1900.
Style, Contort, Finish, Ooality.
CHAS. F. DERRICK
iao merchant 8t.t next
Great Book Sale
having to vacate premises on the first of the year, has
determined to CLOSE OUT ENTIRE STOCK as nearly
as possible within the NEXT SIXTY DAY5. In order
to do this, and save cost of removal, we have made
A Sweeping Reduction in Prices
in All Departments from
20 to 50 per cent.
This reduction is not only on ail old stock, but the very
latest things in Stationery and : : : : ;
all new books
Nothing is reserved at this sale, and those who come
first will get firyf choice. We have just opened and
placed on, our shelves OVER 2100 NEW BOOKS, and
these are al be sold at the same reduced prices.
Books published for 1.25, now go for &1.00 ; $1.50
books go for $1 20, and all other books sold proportion
ately low. All Goods Sold for : : ;
J. M. WEBB, Prop.
NOTICE OF SALE !
The undersigned nsslgnee of Ben. Ouerrero offers ror sale tho follow
'lig. Including tho good-will of tbe grocery store heretofore doing business
mdor name as abovo on Miller street, near Uerotania:
COMPLETE STOCK OF GROCERIES.
FIXTURES INCLUDING COUNTER, 8HELVE8, ETC.
ICE BOX. CHEESE SAFE.
IRON COMBINATION SAFE. ONE HORSE.
ONE DELIVERY WAGON.
The above will bo sold at less than cost and a full description can be
nad of same by calling on
H. F. LEWIS,
Assignee of Ben. Guerrero, at Lwlt
Honolulu, October 19, 1901,
- SOLE AUENT5 FOR -
DIAMOND HEAD GASOLINE
This Is put up In special heavy cases
and coated tins to avoid waste and
The Bent Cold Water Paint
HAQNIfE PAINTINQ J1ACHINE
CARRIAGE CO., LTD.
to Ston&cnwnld Bulldln-J.
& Co., 1060 Fort Street.
Claut Sprecksl. Wm. G. Irwin
Clans Spreckels & Co.
HONOLULU, : I T. H.
San Francisco Agent The Ne
vada National Bank of Ban Francisco.
, San Francisco The Nevada Na
tional Bank of Ban Francisco.
London The Union Bank of Lon
New York American Exchange Na
Chicago Merchants' National Bank.
Paris Credit Lyonnals.
Berlin Dresdner Bank.
Hongkong and Yokohama Hongkong-Shanghai
New Zealand and Australia Bank
of New Zealand.
Victoria and Vancouver Bank of
British North America.
Deposits received. Loans made in
approved security. Commercial and
Travelers' Credits Issued. Bills of Ex
change bought and sold.
Collection Promptly Accounted For.
BISHOP & CO.
Transact a General Banking
and Exchange Business.
Commercial and Travelers'
Letters of Credit issued, available
111 all tho principal cities of the
Interest allowed after July 1,
1898, on fixed deposits 7 day
notieo 2 per cent. (thi form will
not bear interest unless it remains
undisturbed for one month). 3
months 3 per cent., 6 months 3 1-2
per cent, 12 montb3 -i per cent
Pieieer Biildlig aid Loai
A88ET8, JUNE in, 1901, $80,043-37.
Money loaned on approved security.
A Saving Flank far mnntMv H.M.(i.
Houses built on the monthly install
Twenty-third Series of Stock Is now
OFFICEItSJ. L. McLean. Presi
dent; A. A. Wilder. Vice President:
C. B. Gray, Treasurer; A. V. Gear,
DIRECTORS J. L. McLean, A.
A. Wilrtor. A. V nanr r n n-
J. D. Holt, A. W. Kecc'h. j. A. Lyle!
Jr., J. M. Little, K. S. Boyd.
A. V. GEAR,
Office Hours; 12:301:30 p. m.
BISHOP & CO.
Savings Deposits will be
received and Interest allowed by the
Bank at four and one-halt per cent
Printed conies of the nn!o ami n...
ulatlons may be obtained on applica
Office at bank bulldlne on Mprrhr.nl
BISHOP & CO.
The Yokohama Specie Bank
Subscribed Capital.... Yen 2-1,000,000
Paid Up Capital Yen 18,000,000
Heservod Fund Yen 8.510.000
HEAD OFFICE, YOKOHAMA.
Thn ftnnlr htiva anil t-amaIwab n t
lection Bills of Exchange, Issues Drafts
and Letters of Credit, and transacts a
general banking business.
On Fixed Per runt
Deposit. per annum.
For 12 months ,4
For 6 months 3J
For 3 tnnnthn . -
Branch of the Yokohama Specie Bank.
New Republic Bid., 'ill King Street
ATTRACTIONS FOR THIS SEASON
Whcrover uorcltlcB. raro luxuries
for your table, wcro to be found, tho
delicacies or all climates, they have
beon purchased and forwarded to Ho
nolulu. Whntnvni- Wn. nno fr un..H .nl.u
Vour rnnklnr- thn llttti. ivinvanU...
I01 your kitchen, your bath-room, your
Hero you'll find tho rarest Boaps,
brushes and bath accessories; all that
is late and new in tho world of fash
ion. At this season we aro receiving new
Preserves, Boi Bobs
Honey Cake, Figs
Lewis & Co.
240 Three Telephones 240.
1060 Fort 8treeL
A. C. LOVEKIN
STOCK AND BOND BROKER
REAL ESTATE AND
FIHANO AL AGENT
402 JUDD BUILDING
Architects, Centraotor and MilMar
Edward R. 8wa!o. I
J. F. RILEY.
Hoffman & Riley
GENERAL CONTH ACTORS
P. O. Bm it
Goo. W. Page. Tel 1M
F. W. Beardslee. P. O. Box 771
Architects a ltd Builder.
Office. Rooms 2-4. Arllrirtnn Ann.i
Honolulu, T. H.
Sketches and Correct Estimate far
nlshed on Short Notice.
OF ALL KINDS.
Dealers in Lumber and Coal.
Allen A Roblnaon,
Queen Street, Honolulu.
Jobbing promptly attended to.
Mr, Chas. Lake,
CONTRACTOR AND BUILDER
for brick' and wooden buildings, als
near Government building.
I-l. P. BERTELMAJVS
18 - MOVED
To rear ot old stand. Entrance oa
King street. Orders left at either shop
or office at John Nott'a store, King
rtreet, will recclTe prompt attention.
Beer and Win Dtaltra.
The BROOKLYN SALOON
Between Merchant and Queen.
W. M. Cunningham. Jno. Sehaeftr.
Kukui St, Near Nuuanu.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE.
Gonsalves & Co.,
AND WINE MERCHANTS.
'22-7 Queen St., Honolulu. H. I
opposite the R. R. depot.
ON DRAUGHT AND IN BOTTLE,
Ryan & Dement
Also proprfetots of the populat
The niiro IiiIca nf th -mnnr-iif f-na
most healthful. Invigorating and re
freshing fruit preparation known.
RING UP TEL. MAIN 71.
Soda Water Works Co.,
LI MITE J.
SolO aventu for thn TArT-tnv a T7U.
wall. Office and Work, 601 FOrt St..
Honolulu, T. of H.
I'. O. box 462. Island orders' solic
ited. The - Fountain
MINERAL AND SODA WORKS.
Ginger Beer, Birch Beer, Hire's Rtot
Beer, Cream 8oda, Wild Cherry, Or
ange, Raspberry, Strawberry, Sarsapa
rills, Vanilla Cream, Lemon, Ginger
Ale, Apple Cldsr, Pineapple, Peach
Champagne, Orange Champagne, Koh
Ohampagne, Pear Champagne, Cider
and Sods Cocktail.
Mineral Waters Csrltbsd, Con
gress, Llthia, German, Mineral Water,
Seltier, Vichy and Pure Distilled Wa
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