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THURSDAY, APRIL ;u, 1888.
BUno Discovery fiom San Fiauclico
SchrMillc Mou'h fiont Koolnu
Stinr Kunlu for
Wnlnnnc mul Wntalun
nt 0 n in
Stinr J A Cummins for Koc-Uu
For Kauai, per steamer Mlkahala,
a in ll 18 A Dielci utiil wife, Misses S
mid M Sheldon. 1" Guy,
about -12 duck.
51 Scliolz, and
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tun Vrttitlnlin finished coaling to
day. She- took in about 120 tons.
A nncui'TioN and danco were held
on bonid tho U. S. S. Adams yester
J. N. Oamaiiv, ill Messis. llollistcr
& Co.'b, npsoils Unit ho is prepniccl to
run a laco with Geo. Washington.
A iir-UTiNQ of the stockholders of
tho Boll Telephone Co. is announced
for Saturday, the 21st inst., at 12
"Tuusts" will ho debated at the
meeting of thu Debuting Club this
evening. Mt. .1. F. Smith and Mi.
Giacnhalgh will lead.
Lieutenants Wilson and Elliott,
and othcis of the Vnndalia went to
Pcail River to-day, in tho Vandalia's
sail launch, for a few days' jaunt.
Tin: policial court-martial that was
being held on boaid tho II. S. S.
Adams foi a fow days past, has end
ed. Tho biibjcct of tho court-martial
was a blue-jacket debitor.
Cai-tain Hopkins of tho Police
Force was piesontud with his now
star by tho Mnisli.il this morning.
Tho star is n pretty ornament and
was made by Wonncr it Co.
M. W. C. Parke parko having
boon appointed asbignco of the estato
of Choy Tin, of Honolulu, a bank
rupt, all debtors arc notified to pay
to him amounts due at once.
"If Mr. Sprcckels could get 90 per
cent of pure bugar out of tho dead
beats in this countiy, tliero is no
doubt of oui ability to supply tho
world," says an American paper.
Tun steamer "W. G. Hall will ar
livc hero to-morrow morning, a few
houis ahead of her usual time, so as
to give tho cngmeers a chance to do
a little tinkering to the machinery.
" A policeman standing on the coi
ner of Fort and King streets this
morning, was pcisuadcd to step on
tho scales in the store of Mclntyro
Bros., and he balanced them at 319
An earthquake w as reported at an
early hour yesferdny morning. But
the. carthquako and the rumbling
noiso accompanying it were caused
by the breaking of a guy wire of a
Bell Telephone post 1
Anyone sending to M. Mauiico
Ducot, 38 Ituo do Pcssao, Bordeaux,
Fiance, five hundred used Polynesian
postigo stamps, will luceivoin return
-jipookot lubber stamp with name
At 2 o'clock this afternoon Mr.
Hartthc encigetic manager of tho
firm of Hart & Co., treated tho em
ployees of Bishop & Co.'s bank, to
gouio of his celebrated ico cream, and
thoy all stated to a Buu.nriN re
porter, who happened in too lato to
enjoy tho Heat, that it equalled any
thing they had ever eaten in the
shape of ice cream.
A FIRE ALARM.
In a corner of the Mutual Tele
phone Co.'s operating room, corner
of Merchant and Alakea streets,
hangs an ingenious fire alarm. The
case of this alarm is of black wal
nut and losewood, is about two
and a half feet square, and about a
foot deep. In the center of tho case
is a circle of silver buttons, each a
little smallor in circuinfereuco than
a dime and numbered in rotation as
high as 50, and about half an inch
apart. Each of the buttons is con
nected with a. firo alarm at tho resi
dence of fiomo persons to the num
ber of 50. When the operator
recelvea the word of fire, a levor
near tho center of tho instrument is
pulled down and immediately a
largo hand, with spiing wheel.s on
both ends, revolves by electria
force and the wheels, pressing tho
buttons as they pass over thorn,
sound 50 alarms within a couple of
seconds. The hand continues to
revolve and sound the alarms until
tho opeiator places the lover back
to its former position. This instru
ment was made 3r tho "Western
Electric Co. of Chicago and New
York," and is used in every large
hotel of the States to sound tho
alarm of lire tluoughout the build
ing. The alarm in this instance is
used to call up Firo Engineers and
those who are generally called up at
tho time of a the.
THE DAILY BULLETIN is alive
evening paper. 50 cents per month.
New Shades in Dress Goods
Tho Arcade-EGAM & CO.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill of Co. A Honolulu Rifles,
at 7:80 o'clock.
Annual meeting of the Y. M. C.
A., nt 7 :U0 o'clock.
Meeting of the Debating Society
in Onhu Lodgo K. of P. hall, nt
Honolulu Chapter No. 1, 11. A.
M., meets in hall of Lc Progress
Lodge, at 7:30 o'clock.
Hand concert at the Hawaiian
Hotel, complimentary to Captain
Schoouraaker, at 7:30 o'clock.
CONCERT AT THE HOTEL.
Tlicro will bo a complimentary
concert in honor of Captain Schoou
makcr, at the Hawaiian .Hotel this
evening, commencing at 7 : 30 o'clock.
Following is the piogrammc:
Maieh-Vlco Admlr.it Mlllockcr
Ovci tuio Xabuceo Vol dt
Selcctloii Patience Sullivan
Selection Boccaccio. . . .
Waltz Spanish Students
Galon bird's Beaki....
God Save the Queen.
Star Spangled liannor.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
BY J. F. MOKQAN.
At the residence of Capt. E. F.
Cameron, Chinese church premises,
Fort street, at 10 a. si., the entire
nr LEWIS J. I.EVEY.
At the Kinau wharf, at 10 a. si.,
tho balance of surplus store1 ex
bark Thomas Bell, also 30 -100-gal-lon
The teams for the cricket matcli
next Saturday have been selected,
Combined men-of-war Captain
Nicolls, Lieut. Pears, T. Payne, "W.
"White, Mr. Willard, of tho Cormor
ant; Dr. Brown, Lieut. Hutchinson,
Messis. Ruff, Richards, Elstone,
Noakes, of the Caroline.
Honolulu. T. Lishman (Captain)
Dr. Mouiitz, G. Smyth,' II. C.
Adams, F. P. Aucrbach, J. II.
Wodohouso, Jr., II. M. Whitney,
Jr., A. M. Ilcwctt, Piinau, T. M.
Staikcy, Mr. Hatfield.
There were two receptions at the
Palace this noon. The first at 12
o'clock, was the lcccption of Capt.
Jasper E. T. Nicolls, Lieutenant C.
E. Kingsraill and E. R. Pears of II.
B. M. S. Cormorant, who were pre
sented to His Majesty by II. B. M.
Commissioner, Major Wodehouse.
At 12 :30 o'clock, Captain Selioon
maker, Lieutenant J. W. Carlin,
Lieutenant G. A. Merrion, Dr. "V.
F. Wciber, and tv,o cadets of the U.
S. Flagship Vandalia, were present
ed to His Majesty by the U. S.
Minister Resident, Mr. Meirill.
Governor Dominis, Col. Curtis
Iaukca and Major Holt were present
at thp leceptions.
THE HONOLULU S. AND D. CLUB.
The Honolulu Social and Dancing
Club held a special meeting in the
hall of Pacific Hose Co. last even
ing. It was decided that tho club
give a icception and dance at their
new hall on the evening of April
30th. The invitations arc now being
issued. A committee of arrange
ment for the reception and dance
was appointed and is composed of
the following persons: Messrs. J.
J. Coughlin, W. D. Roach, J. Egan,
E. G. Wilson and G. Notion. It
was further decided during the
mooting that tho Club have weekly
socials and dancing, for members of
the club exclusively, and monthly
leceptions to which friends will be
FROM THE MORNING STAR.
The German Government in the
Manhal Islands lias compelled all
the traders, except the Moining
Star, to purchase a tiader's licence
The trading of the Morning Star,
the Captain says, is for coin and cu
rios. Goods and provisions are
taken from Honolulu to the mission
ary stations and sold at a small per
centage. The missionaries who arc
under salaiics, purchase from tho
Star things that they want for thoir
own use, and others to trade with
tho natives. The trading dono by
the ship's people is in curios and in
Borne cases for yams, etc. Captain
Garland does not trade for copra,
and he claims that his vessel does
not conflict with tho lcgular traders,
and furthermoie, ho objects to his
vessel being called a trader.
Aro the missionaries making rapid
progress towards christianizing the
natives? was asked tho Captain. I
do not know, ho replied. I do not
take (hat into account.
Woio tliero any shipwrecks while"
you were at tho Islands?
Oh yes, shipwrecks are very com
mon down there, mostly schooners.
Then you have no special news to
No j it is the same old tuno of
traveling among the isiends and see
ing nothing but savages.
J II Ull L'-JJ
THE DAILY BULLETIN-The
Q03t popular paper published.
Bargains in Embroideries
Tho Arcado-EGAM & CO.
RETURN OF MRS. LOGAN.
On the Morning Star, which ar
livcd in port yesterday morning,
was Mrs. Logan with hor childicn,
Ai tllur and llctilah. They expect to
take tho Austialia, May 8, to return
to the States. It is an irreparable
loss to the mission work in Microne
sia. No other man can do the woik
Mr. Logan was doing at the time of
his tlenth. The tiader, living on
Ruk, who knows what Mr. Logan
was doing, says, that if the Mission
ary Society wants that work done,
they must send out four men at
least. Mr. Logan was a frail man,
but intensely in earnest though
vcrv uuict in all his methods. He
had that common-sense practicality
which is so uncommon. Some of
his methods for interesting, instruct
ing and elevating the natives show
how much of his remarkable suc
cess was due to an unusual share of
mother wit. Tho natives had come
to look on him as n father and keen
ly feel his loss. Even tho little dog
ho took with him from Honolulu,
though he did not like dogs, was
so warmly attached to him, as to
pine away and die from grief at the
lossofhis friend and owner. Mr. Lo
gan's sickness was brought on by
exposure. Going to a distant sta
tion in tho lagoon to locate a
teacher, lie was caught in a drench
ing shower. The natives, when he
landed made a firo, and he tried to
dry his wet garments as well as he
could. But the shock to his system
was moic than he could enduie. If
the U. S. S. Essex had called at
Ruk on her from Ponapo to Japan,
something might have been done for
his relief or cure. In tho piotiactcd
thirst induced by the fever, the
limes he had planted, not having
yet come into bearing, he found an
agreeable substitute in a nathc
orange. JMr. Logan was never a
robust -man; indeed, when he was
ordained, the fatigue of the lengthy
oxcrcises cominpr upon him after a
tedious car-ride, induced a fainting
fit. He graduated from Obeilin
Semina.y, not from the college, in
1872. After a year's home mission
ary experience in Wisconsin, he was
moved by a letter from Rev. A. A.
Sturges of a Ponape, to offer him
self, in 1874, as a missionary to the
A. B. C. F. M. To that work he
devoted himself with eonso crated
ardor and untiring faithfulness,
lie went to the Mortloek Islands to
perfect himself in the language of
which he had learned the rudiments
while residing at Ponape. In the
year he spent on the cheerless coral
reef, ho translated the whole New
Testament. This ho took with him
to Ruk, when he began his work in
that lagoon. Last year an arith
metic he had prepared in that lan
guage was printed in Honolulu and
sent down to him by the Star. A
geography and a reading book wci e
sent to Boston for publication.
This year there have come up the
manuscripts of a hymn-book and a
biblical catechism. Though un
usually prostrated by sea
sickness, that malady never detain
ed him when any woik was to be
done. The buildings on Ruk,
schoolhouac, chapel, home, weio
laigcly the -work of his hands. In
his last illness it was thought best
to remove him out of the noise of
the work being done to the house of
his associate Mr. Treiber, and it
'was there that he died. Few more
interesting accounts of missionary
work have even been punted than
those given in the journals of this
earnest and beloved missionary.
A HANDSOME PRESENT.
Yesterday Mr. II. Mcintosh, ar
chitect of the Mdnetny block, was
presented by Mr. W. Mclneiny, for
his father, Mr. M. Mclnerny, with
a magnificent gold watch and chain,
in lccoguition of the mchitect's ef
ficient work on tho new block, and
as a token of esteem and friendship.
Tho watch, one of tho American
Watch Co.'s Crescent street move
ment, cases 18k, contained tho fol
lowing inscription :
Mr. Mclnerny, to his esteemed
friend II. Mcintosh, April 17th,
A DAINTY TICER.
London, April 2. It is reported
that Duc-d'Orleans, the French Ro
yalist leader, has had a narrow es
cape from being devoured by a Ben
gal tiger. He was out with a paity.
Sixteen tigers had been killed and
the seventeenth was hit by a bullet,
but had stiengtli enough to leap up
on the elephant which the Duke was
riding and icnclicd tho howdah,
wherein the Duke waB. The royalist
escapud only by leaping out of the
front of tho howdah, tumbling to
the giouud just as tho tiger entered
from the rear. Then ho climbed
upon another elephant, but the tiger
did not follow him, but toro the
howdah and trappings to piece1).
The tiger was finally killed.
A liltlo C-ycar-old Boston girl was
offeiing sympathy to a neighbor who
had lost a little child. "Yes, Mrs.
Brown," said she, "1 know just how
to sympathize with you, for I lost a
littlb brother once." ('Indeed, E
thel," said Mrs. Brown, "I don't ic
inember it. How old weie you
when ho died?" "Oh," answered
the child, "It was long beforo you
knew our family. lie died several
years beforo I was born."
Barg'ns in EmbrouVcrt Dresses,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
THE "KAIMILOA" FOR HILO.
A JOINT STOCK COMPANY.
Last evening about 8 o'clock, a
Bulletin scribbler strolled Into tho
Beaver saloon, and, turning over his
last dime, called for a big cup of
coffee and a large "biscuit. While
gently stirring his beverage, and
meditating why he 'had left his
mother's apron strings, three Rents
entered the saloon. Seating them
selves at a table ,just behind tho
scribe, they also called for coffee,
when No. 1 said, to his companions:
"Well, have you thought anything
more of what we were talking of the
"Yes," said No. 2, "I have
thought a good deal about it, and
tho more I think of it, the more I
think it will be a success."
At this remark, tho scribe began
to search his pockets for his note
book, but remembering lie had at
tended tho reception on board the
u Adams," concluded it was in his
other coat pocket, so made prepara
tions to'take notes on his cuffs.
"I have had," continued tin
speaker, "considerable experience
in steamboats, and if run economic
ally, and without too many servants,
they will pay a fair profit. In our
project I think the boat will pay ex
penses : and I, for ono, am willing
to double the amount I promised
the other evening."
"Did you see the notice in the
Bulletin." said No. 1, "offering the
"Kahniloa" at tho upset price of
$2,000. I wondeied if that was a
printer's blundcr,but I had occasion
to visit the Government House, and
so made an enquiry about it, and
was told that those figures were
"Ah!" snidNo. 2, "but she has
not power enough to run between
here and lliio. She is a remarkably
good sailer, but is no good under
"I know that," said No. 1, "but
my idea is to take out her boiler and
machinery, sell it for what we can,
and send to the coast for new and
improved machinery. Enginos that
can send her through the water nt
15 or 10 knots per hour."
"Well," said No. 3, who had sat
listening, and sipping at his coffee,
"I am with you heart and soul, and
the quicker we get her running, or
some other steamer, tho bettor it will
be for every one m Hilo. Let me
sec," continued the speaker, stretch
ing himself out, and pulling up his
collar, "we three have offered to
put up $00,000, and if you think
this will not be sufficient to purchase
the "Kaimiloa" and put new boilers
and machinery into her, I would
suggest that we make a joint stock
company of the concern. I will
bet," continued the speaker, bring
ing down his fist on Nolto's marble
top table, "a case of champagne
that in twelve hours I can get
$100,000 subscribed for it in Hilo."
"Yes," said No. 1, "the sugges
tion is good, and b3' issuing stock at
$5 per share, every man, woman,
and child in Hilo can have a share
in their own steamer, and they aro
bound to patronize it."
"There isn't a man on the old
group," said No. 3, "that I respect
more than the Honorable Sam but
the sassy crowd that inns the "Ki
nau" has made our people in Hilo
dissatisfied, and in all due respect to
Sara, wc will have a boat of our own ;
and one that shall run on a regular
time table ; one that shall ariivc and
depart on regular stated days, and
not como and go as tho flunkies
And ending this remark the party
rose and walking towards the counter
to "settle up." No. 2 suggested
that they meet again on Monday at
the Hotel to further discuss the mat
ter; while the scribe, lighting tho
butt-end of a cigarette, walked to
the door, where he met a policeman,
of whom ho asked if he knew the
gentlemen. The man of buttons,
pointing to one of the paity diessed
in a tweed suit, said ho came from
California by the steamer and had
"plenty of monoy."
SOCIAL WAR IH LONDON.
There is a social war in London
in regard to the parvonus and milli
onaires, who in many instances
eclipse loyally and the old nobility
in the sumptuous oxtravagancc of
their cnteitainments. Tho time was,
and within the memory of club
men in Pall Mall, when it was a
matter of tact, pei severance and in
fluence to obtain an entrance to the
first houses, but times have changed,
and tho money kings now hold n pio
miiient position in the world of ele
gance in all the leading capitals of
Europe. A London journal, noted
for Us fashionable patronage, writes
severely on this burning topic, as
follows: "Nor muBt it be supposed
that it is only tho wealthy and tho
pushing who are responsible for this
condition of tilings. People who
used to be considered noble, mid
many who nto still titularly so, are
consumed by the yulgar want to
have a shaio in tho 'good things' of
this woild, and to cat and drink, to
hunt and race, as much as any iiou
voau rlcho, to whom tho pobbesssion
of money means nothing but sensual
enjoyments. Accordingly, they will
go any whore, provided thoy arc
amused and get good dinners, or
handsome balls, or big shooting par
tics in return; but whilo doing this
For Spring Srnnmer Clothing,
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
they have a sneaking desire to re
tain something of what they con
sider their social superiority, and
loso no occasion of being rude to
anyone whom they believe they can
safely treat in that fashion. Hence
a habit of rudeness has sprung up,
and a person is even thought to bo
ill-bred who is too polite. It is in
ferred that he wants to propitiate
his neighbors in order to make them
condone his inherent infciiority.
Thns everybody ends by fearing to
be amiable, pleasant anil consider
ate. The manners of a boor, tho
laugh of a lout, these aro fast be
coming the outward and visible signs
of men in society. To tun up,
women spoil men, and hosts and
hostesses spoil their guests. They
make too much of them. Wc do
not say that wc sec our way to a
cure; because, in these populous
days, evils when they do exist exist
on so large a scale that it is not easy
to grapple with them. But the mis
chief is patent. Women have cast
off that passive and waiting attitude
which constituted their charm, and
men have, at tho same time, ceased
to give themselves any trouble to
win what, to use a colloquial phrase,
is thrown at their heads. We can
only hopo that the ill will work out
its own ciuc, and that we shall some
day see a revival of those "good
manners" which Horace, in his
"Carmen Secalare," prayed the
gods to bestow on the j'outh of
Rome. S. F. Chronicle.
The grinding of the wheat into
flour in India is still done (except
ing in the steam or water mills near
Bombay and Calcutta) in the same
simple manner in which it was done
thousands of years ago, and as it is
described in the Old Testament.
Of two mill-stones, the upper one is
turned lound by one or two women,
who takes or take hold of a handle
or a piece of wood attached to the
edge of the stone. fEx.
Tho Italian Cabinet has decided
to stop military operations in Africa
dining thefciimmer. A special colo
nial corps will remain at Massowah
and the icst of tho troops will go to
"Well, how is this' my dear sir?"
inquired the local pra,ctioucr ; "you
sent me a letter stating that you had
been attacked by small-pox and I
find you suffering from rheumatism."
"Well, you see, doctor, it's like
this," said the patient, "there wasn't
a soul in the house who could spell
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
JL nnvcrtUe in tho Daily Uullriik.
IF YOU really want your money's
worth of (lie finest Home-Made
French and Plain Candies, the most
Delicious Ico Creams, or Fancy find
Plain Cakes, call at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory, Bakery and Ice Cream
Pallors, established 1803. Hotel, oppo
bite Bethel street. F. Horn, Piacticnl
Confectioner, Pastry Cook and Orna
menter. P. S. The only placo where
the Genuine Butter Scotch is manu
factured and sold. 1G tf
DIE GROSSTE AUSWAHLvou
feinen bilhet Wimren fur Iloch-
GENTLEMEN ABOUT purchas
inj: wedding presents will find a
lino assortment of Solid Silver Warp at
the btore of M. Mclnerny. 08 tf
J- PER in
thu Kingdom "Teh
Daily Bulletin." 50 cents per month.
CLEAN RAGS ana second hand
clothing will ho gratefully receiv
ed for the use of tho inmate) of the
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Kaknako,
or at tho Leper Settlment on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Waterhousc, jr., at tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columilB. $2 per snnum.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
MISS. P. THLELE,
On Bcrctiuiia street near l'ilkol.
(Formerly McQuiro's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Albo, French und Gcrumn taught, and
Music Losaon a given.
A feftfu conveyance; will call for and re-
turn children living at a distance.
72 Mutual Telephone- No. MJ1. fOm
rrillll umlcrklgncd having received ex.
JL Australia u Hhipmcnt of Counter
Hxplions of nn improved tjpe, are now
prepare! to supply salooiiH anil othura
with Plain Soda, Clinger Ale mid Tahiti
Lemoniulo put up in this convenient
ferin. at low raltn.
j. n. imowN & co.,
Proprietors Tahiti Lemouado "Worta,
28 Merchant Btreit 0U lm
loin:, !l foct
D Whale Uoat. 30 feet
deep, 8 feet wide; 822 feet burf Boats;
1 18 ftet Km f float; 2 Decked Hunger,
10 feet long. 0 feet I! inches wide, 2 feet
G inches deep, with imibt and nlls all
complete; 1 Si fuel frilling Scow, with
mast and sails all complete. Anply to.
K. II. UYAlN.
float Builder and General Jobber, fil ii
rpHE BEST PAPER to subscrlbu
JL for U the "Daily Bullotiii," GO
cents per mouth,,
G3 & 65 FORT STREET.
By tho S. S. Mariposa, due hero on the
12th, Mr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu
with the balance of the Stock of Goods ad
vertised to arrive here on the Australia.
The Goods which were purchased-in San
Francisco arrived on the Australia and are
now open for inspection, but those pur
chased in New York did not arrive in San
Francisco in time to be shipped on that
steamer owing to some delay in railroad
They will be hero, however, on tho 12th,
and will be well-worth inspection to which
the public is cordially invited.
83 & 65 Fort street.
58 Opposite Irwin & Co.
' ' " ' - ' .,.-, ,.. , . . -w? r""?Tm!r"Trs3
All kinds of Brackets, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
A large assortment of Bird Cages, at .
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Crockery, Glassware and Jelly Glasses, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Oil Paintings, Engravings, Allotypes and New Chromos, at
6. WEST & CO.'S.
Brackets, Easels, Mirrors and
Bedroom Furniture, Book Cases, Desks, Meat Safes and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Baby Carriages, Doll Carriages, Boy's Carta and Small
Wheel Barrows, at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Combs, Brushes, Fans and Dolls, at
G. WEST& CO.'S.
Pianos, Organs, Guitars, Accordeons, Drums, Flutes
Violins, Banjos, &sc. &c., at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Guitar, Violin, Banjo, Zither and Piano Strings, at
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Picture Frames, Cornices and Mattrasses made to order at
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Pianos and all kinds of Musical Instruments Tuned and
G. WEST & CO.'S.
Canary Birds, -warranted Singers, at
Dtipeo Hams & Hacon, Kits Salmon Ucllius, Kits Mackerel, Ke
Beef, Kegs I'oik, Smoked Halibut, KxtraSoleot Oysters, Salmon
Cranberry Sauce, Uoston Brown Bread, Tabic Fruits, Germea'
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Biilgca Food, Imperial Granum, Boiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham Wafcis, Oaten Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Crackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate. Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas, Top Com, Garden Seeds'
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
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