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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
Time Table.
KHOM AND AlJTEK FEUltUAKY 1, 1802.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, SEPT. 12, 1892.
3VE.K,I3STE- 2STE"WS.
Arrivals.
SUNIKY, Sopt. 11.
Stinr Claudlne from Maui
Stmr Mikahala fromJCauat
Departures.
Mosbw, Sept. 12.
Stinr .Tames Makea for Hanalei and Hana-
maulu at 4 p m
Stmr AVaiiuanato for Molokai and Maui
Stmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p in
Vossels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr C It Bishop for Waianao, Waialua,
Kahuku and Piinnlimu
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p in
Stinr Claudlne for Maui at 5 p in
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Claudino 132 pkgs sundries
103
niues, vz nags taro.
Stinr Mikahala 2280 bags sugar, 86 bags
rice, 31 bdls hides, 160 sheep, 331 goat
skins, CO pkgs sundries.
Passengers.
From Maui, per stmr Claudino, Sept 11
Q P Wilder and wife, S G Wilder, Capt J H
Kimball, Master IMckard, Masters Do la
Nux (3), Miss Ida Hanuna, Matte Dmm
mond (2), Mrs J V Kawainui nl daughter,
Mises Angus.'airs baunders and daughter,
C 15 Olsen, wifo and 2 children, W K Castle,
wife and child, Miss Friel, Miss Bush, Jas
Faulkner, It D Walbridge, P Gleason, M J
Mclme, Chas Buchanan, Thos AVilkinson,
Miss Mary Green, C Din Sing, Jack Sang,
Manuel Souza, and 59 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Sopt 11
Hon A S Wilcox, JIta J Tanner, Miss H
Glade, Mrs Center and daughter, Miss
Mabel Ladd, Mrs S Bertelmann and 5 chil
dren, T Blaekstadt, Miss A Blackstadt, A
Conradt, .T Conradt, A F-Knudsen, A S
Knudson, I" S Knudsen, Miss J King, Miss
G King, Mrs Lily Auld, K D Preston, Miss
Sorenson, Miss Nott, J Bryant, and 100
deck.
Shipping Notes.
Business is very quiet along the city
front.
Kaala for Hanamaulu, Kilauea, Kauai,
on Wednesday.
Tho steamer W G Hall is expected to
morrow afternoon.
Tho British bark Kooringa finislfed tak
ing in ballast this afternoon.
Tho steamer Mikahala brought 2280 bags
of sugar from Kauai yesterday.
Wilder's S, S. Co.'s Claudlne, Davis,
commander, arrived 2:30 a.m. Sunday,
with passengers, mails, etc., from Maui
and Hawaii. Iteports strong trades and
very dry weather at windward ports." Will
leave again to-morrow.
ADVERTISING NOTES.'
A pound notice appears to-day.
Eoot Boor on draught at Bonson,
Smith & Co.'s.
O. J. McCarthy has lots on Liliha
stroot for sale.
N. S. Sachs has rocoivod now goods
by tho S. S. Australia.
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agonts.
Tho now Cabinet is officially an
nounced' in tho By Authority col
umo. Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonbon, Smith & Co.,
Ag6nts.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and 61 Hotel
stroot. Lodging by day, week or
mouth 25c. and 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
An oloction is proclaimed for Oc
tober 4th, to fill the vacancies in
seats of Nobles caused by tho resig
nations of Mossrs. Neumann and
Macfarlauo
Dr. McLennan has removed to Ala
ken stroot, opposito tho Y. M. C, A.
hall, promises lately occupied by Dr.
Lutz. Oflico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to 4,
and ovonings 6 to 7 j Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telephone 197 ; Mutual G82.
Tho Tramways Company intend
introducing a through sorvico, ovory
20 minutes, 'between Nuuanii Valley
and Punohou, by way of Queen, Fort
and Borotania streets. The time
table for Borotauia streot will not bo
changed, Tho now timo schedule
for Nuuanu stroot is advertised in
another column. Tho now arrange
ments are to tako ulibct on and after
Monday, Sopt. 12th.
GENERAL NEWS.
Emma Square this
Tho Government schools reopen
ed to-day.
A Chinaman hos boon arrested for
ombozzlomont.
A lost, strayed, stolon or hynop
tised ad appears to-day.
Tho O. R. & L. Co. issue a card
to-day disclaiming anj connection
with tho lottos schomo.
Tho Gdvormnont disponsary was
crowded with childron this morning,
being examined for health certifi
cates. Judge William Foster presided in
tho Police Court this morning, after
an absence of several weeks from
illness.
Tho How Do You Like It team
defeated tho Iwiloi nino by a score
of twenty to ton on the League
ground Saturday.
Tho Borotauia streot Armory was
crowded on Saturday night. A largo
numbor took a spin round tho hall
on skates, while not a fow rode tho
whool. Tho cycling school is a
grand success.
Tho Hook & Ladder Co. had a
littlo feast Saturda3r evening in cele
bration -of its 85th anniversary.
Foreman Goo. K. Norton presided
and tho members with many guests
had a jolly time.
Sonhor A. do Souza Canavarro,
Portuguese Commissioner, and Mons.
Vizzavona, acting French Commis
sioner, visited tho U. S. cruisor Bos
ton this morning, receiving the usual
salute on leaving.
There is a torriblo stench emanat
ing from tho Japanese hotol on
Merchant streot, which should bo
attended to immediately by tho
health authorities. It comes fiom
"soi" casks and is enough to breed
malaria.
Cries of "haul in" wero hoard in
the vicinity of Alapai stroot last
night about 10 o'clock, and on in
vestigation it was found to bo a
woman who in trying to detain tho
old man from going out with tho
"boj's" had been maltreated.
Nothing further has transpired
with regard to tho proposed raco
between tho Healani and Myrtlo
Boat Clubs. Tho Healanis want to
race and tho Myrtles want to race,
but thoy neither have tho heart to
meet tho other. Go play cho fa.
In tho Police Couit this morning
a Portuguese named Eosa da Costa
charged his wife, also a Portuguese,
with desertion. Da Costa is a laborer
at tho Waimanalo plantation. Mrs.
Da Costa stated that sho was scaled
to go back, fearing ill-treatment.
Judge Foster reserved his decision
until October 12.
The Liberal party hold a caucus
this morning and voted to move a
resolution of want of confidence
ni the now Ministry on Wednes
day. It was not a full mooting.
There is a caucus Of tho Eoform
party this afternoon, whose proceed
ings have not transpired as this
paper goes to press.
Geo. C. Ross, a California attornoy,
has brought a suit against Dr. S. S.
Stambaugh in San Francisco for tho
recovery of $9335, counsel foes in
curred in his defense of L. A. Powell,
accused of the murder of oditor
Ralph S. Smith in San Mateo County,
on Nov. 29, 1887: George C. Ross
claimed $10,000 as his fee, but ho has
only rocoivod $675.
Shortly after last midnight a Boll
telephone message from Waikano, on
the Koolau side of tho island, stated
that a Chinese store there took lire
at 12:15 a. m. and was burned to tho
ground, also that it was rumored
some of tho inmates had porishod in
the flames. Enquiry later in tho
day elicited tho information that the
Loo Ting Keo store was tho ono
burned, but that thoro wore no lives
lost.
. - i
TRAGEDY ON KAUAI.
A Portuguese Shoots His Wife and
Then Shoots Himself.
Under date of September 10th
Sheriff Wilcox of Kauai writes:
"Last Wednesday night a Portu
guese named Fornandos, in n lit of
jealousy, shot his wifo, a Portuguese
woman, tho ball ontoring her back
between tho shouldors. After tho
shooting ho ran into a canofiold and
vory soon tho roport of his iistol
was heaul. As soon as it was light
tho next morning search was made
for him, but up to tho present timo
ho has not boon found, although a
pool of blood was found in the catio
whore ho had boon ovidently lying
down. Tho canofiold has boon
searched by myself and police and
others. I offered a reward of $25 for
tho man or his body. Tho woman is
alive still. Dr. Woltors says tho ball
is in hor right lung, Ho hopes she
will livo, but says sho may die any
timo. I got tho Police Judge to
make a visit to hor and tako down
hor evidence Tho canofiold that
tho follow ran into is heavy plant
cane, and if ho succeeded in killing
himself it will bo almost impossible
to find his body till tho cane is cut."
LOCAL AND
Concert at
ovoniiig,
THE LEGISLATURE.
EIGHTY-SEVENTH DAY.
Monday, Sopt. 12, 1892.
Morning Session.
Assembly convened at 10 o'clock
from adjournment of Friday morn
ing tho 9th inst. Pra3'or by Chap
lain Wainmau. Minutes of tho pre
vious mooting wore road by Clerk
McCarthy and Interpreter Wilcox
and, as usual, wore approed.
At 10:02, President Walker an
nounced that ho had received a com
munication from Her Majestj,
which, on being lead by Clerk
McCarthy, proved to bo an announce
ment that it had pleased Hor Maj
estj to commission tho following
gontloinon as members of tho Cabi
net: Hon. E. C. Macfarlano, Minister
of Finances' Hon. Samuel Parker,
Minister of Foreign Affairs; Charlos
T. Guliok, Esq., Minister of Interior;
and Hon. Paul Neumann, Attornoy-"
General. (Thoro was some slight
applauso on the announcement be
ing made.)
Tho gontloinon named now ontor
ed nnd occupied thuir chairs, and in
answer to a question by President
Walker if thoy had taken tho oath of
oflico, Minister Macfarlano replied
in tho affirmative.
Minister Macfarlano said: Hor
Majestj' has boon pleasod to
placo tho conduct of tho ad
ministration in tho hands of him
self and colleagues. It would bo
thoir ondoavor to gain and keop tho
confidence of tho members of tho
Legislature and tho people which
thoy represented. Tho Cabinet re
cognized tho fact that many of the
mombors wero working hero in tho
interests of tho country at a porsonal
sacrifice- of both timo and money.
In order to expedite tho business of
tho Assembly it was proposed to
tako a littlo timo boforo tho Cabinet
moved in any of tho matters boforo
tho House, and ho would suggest
that an adjournment bo had to such
time as inaj' bo satisfactory to tho
mombors.
Noblo Thurston said that thirteen
daj's ago tho Houso exorcised its
prerogative and voted out the Cabi
net. Ho had no opposition to make
to that but tho Houso had now
again an opportunity to oxorcise its
rights and ho cousidored that no
grant of time should be given. Tho
Cabinet propose to gather up tho
threads dropped by tho previous
Cabinet. Ho moved adjournment
until Wednesday to simply allow
opportunity for tho mombors to con
sider what courso to adopt.
Rop. Kamauoha was in favor of
an adjournment for ouo week. Ho
believed that it was onlj- just to give
tho now members of tho Cabinet
that much time.
Rop. Kauhi favored the mo
tion made by Noblo Thurston that
adjournment bo hold only till Wed
nesday not. Three-quarters of tho
Ministers now newly appointed wero
fullj- acquainted with tho details of
tho business connected with thoir
offices and tho other quarter could
easily obtain information from his
colleagues, so that an adjournment
for ono week was not necessary.
Rop. Kanealii was in favor of ad
journment for one week. Ho con
sidered that it would bo proper to
have tho Houso appoint a committee
to draft a reply to tho communica
tion of Her Majesty and to stato
that tho Assombly had confidence in
the now Cabinet.
Rop. R. W. Wilcox moved an
amendment to the motion of Noblo
Thiaston to the effect 'that tho
Houso adjourn until to-morrow
morning at' 10 o'clock. A week's ad
journment was not necessary. Tho
Queen had done as requobted, now it
was the business of tho Houso to
show whether tho now Ministers
had thoir confidence or not. If ho
was tho premier ho would not ask
for delay but would go right on with
tho work. Ho thought that tho
Cabinet already showed signs of
weakness; thoy would havo displayed
more strongth if thoy had not ex
pressed a wish for any delay.
Rop. Kaunainano favored a week's
adjournment. Ho believed that it
was tho due of tho now Cabinot to
bo granted that time if not more.
Tho Attornoy-Gonoral (Neumann)
had only boon in oflico twonty-sovon
hours previously and ho probably
hud boon engaged during that time
in thinking how ho would remain in
oflico than in becoming acquainted
with tho duties of his position. Ho
agreed that it was only proper cour
tesy to give thorn one week to form
ulate a policy to present to tho
Houso.
Rop. Ashfoid said that it was not,
as appearances seemed to indicate
from tho past, necessary for the
Ministois to bo acquainted with the
dutios of thoir offices. Heaven
knows thai thoy had not oxhibiUsd
much ability in that lino in the past.
Thoro wore now two of tho fonuor
Minibtors back again and from the
ability displayed by one of them, tho
Minister of Foreign Affairs, it was
positive that experience was not
nocossarj'. Tho gentleman who has
lately been appointed sponsor for
tho Cabinot roquosts a dolay to al
low their Cabinet to pick up tho
threads of thoir predecessors. Ho
would suggest that no extra labor in
brain or norvo forco bo used to get
thoso threads together; it would
bo a waste of timo as thoir labors
will bo unnecessary, after this 48
hours of adjournment is ended.
Tho conduct of tho now premier
in his line of acrobatic politics
might bring him a fortune somo
day in tho future. Ho considered
that ono day was plenty of
timo in which to formulate ex
pressions of tho worth of this now
Cabinet, that was time enough in
which thoy would havo tho pleasure
to rolegato tho gontloinon to tho po
litical oblivion which thoy deserved.
What guarnnteo was there thai
thoso gontloinon would endeavor to
loarn the duties of their offices dur
ing a long adjournment? More
probably thoy would bo engaged in
working roots to keop themselves in
position. It would bo only timo lost
if thoy should endeavor to pick up
the threads of government, for thoir
labors will bo thrown aside and will
havo to bo porfoimed by others than
tho present Cabinot.
Rep. White favored an adjourn
ment for ono week; ho had an axe to
sharpen and ho wished to seo what
the Minibtors would do towards
helping him. Other mombors also
had aos to grind and thoy should
wait also.
Rep. Ashford (interrupting) I
don't propose to havo my axo sharp
ened at the Government grindstone.
Rep. White said that unry bo; tho
member from the third district know
whether the Ministois would help
him or not; ho did not j-ot know but
wished to find out and wanted a week
for that purpose. (Laughter). Ho had
tho Lottery Bill to pull through,
other mombors had othor schemes,
so ho favored a week's adjournment.
Minister Nouniann said that ho
had not intended to saj- anything,
but, opportunity offoiing, ho would
now montion that tho objection
against tho previous Cabinet was not
against tho porbonnol, but tho lack
of policy. Ho thoroforo considered
it only fair if tho Houso gave tho
Cabinot a proper time to fornmlato
a policj to present to tho Assembly.
Ho did not think that Noblo Thurs
ton w ould have spoken as ho did if
ho had given a little more thought
to tho matter. Tho member from
tho 3rd district (Ashford) was well
known to bo witty and was inclined
to bo splonotic, but ho did not care
personally for the bonovolonco in
advice offered by him. If Rop. Ash
ford had such a regard for saving
timo ho had had plenty of oppor
tunity, during tho previous meetings
of tho Assombly, to effectually havo
savod lots of time by boing more
silent. (Laughter).
Noblo Thurston said that thoro
wore certain principles involved in
this matter which did away with tho
opportunity of tho presentation of a
policy, viz.: tho personality of tho
Cabinot, the manner of thoir ap
pointment and their connection with
tho old Cabinet.
The quostions wore now put by
President Walker (1) To adjourn for
one week. Lost. (2) To adjourn until
Wednesday morning. Carried.
At 10:41 tho Assombly dissolved
until Wednesday.
m
Public Concert.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borger, leader, will
give a concert this evening at
Emma Square commencing at 7:30
o'clock. Following is tho program:
March Himsbnrg. Krai
Overture Tho Hunt. Schneider
Lomet l'olka Love's Serenade Suekur
Selection Bohemian Girl .Balfe
Hone Ao Nel. Wai Mapnna. Alien Oe.
Medley Kehoes of the Is'ight. itivlere
Fantasia Bridal Tour Starke
Walt. Morganblnttcr . Strauss
Quadrille Bon Jour. ... Zikoll'
Hawaii 1'ouoi.
Meeting Notices.
MEETING NOTICE.
A MEWING OF Tiin MF.MBHHS OF
tho Onhti t'emeterv Association Is
called for THUHBDAY N'BXT, Sept. 15th,
at 10:30 o'clock a. m,, at the Chamber of
Comniene, for the" election of otlicers and
such othor Imslnoss as may bo called forth
by the proposed reorganisation of the cor
poration. All owners of lots In the (Juiuc
tery of an area of 100 square feet are en
titled by the terms of the charter to u vote
at all meetings of the Association. A full
attendance is desired.
Per order. JOHN H. PAT Y,
GlD-lt Secretary.
SPECIAL MEETING.
ASPKOIAI. MINTING OF THK ST.
Andrew's Church Association will
bo held in the Cathedral Schoolroom at
7:30 o'clock, on MONDAY KVHN1NG,
tho 12th IiiBt., to consider Kesolutions In
condemnation of tho proposed lottery
Scheme, All members ot the Association
are requested to uttend and to bring their
friends. 6ffM)t
STOCKHOLDERS' MEETING.
A
MKFl'ING OF THi: STOCKHOI.D
ers of tho Hawaiian Snmir Co. will
bo held Ni:.T TUF.SDAY, Sept. 13th, at
1) o'clock a. M., at tho oflico of G4 V. Mac-
lanauu x. uo,
w. i.. hoppi:h,
Secretary,
oifi-yt
RE-OPENED !
rpm: CITY SHOWNG SHOP HAS 1113-
X opened and Is pri
class work as formerly.
opened and is prepared to do llrst-
U. ItOWAT.
Proprietor,
, w, aioi'UMAM'i juuuagcr.
Honolulu, Sept. 7, lby.
DIO-lw
Pacific Hardware Co.
White Mountain Ico Cream Freez
ors. From ono quart to 12 quarts.
Tho larger sios with lly wheel.
V
All attempts to supersede this
pattern luno failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Riding Bit, nickel plated.
Pacific Hardwaiu: Co., Ld.
Fort St reef.
VITA OIL
-A. F-AJST-A-aE-A. FOR
Sprains, Bruises,
Cuts, Burns,
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. I.. Goodman, of Aniator, C.il.,
sajs: "I have bad icpeated opportunity
of observing mid testing the relieving and
healing qualltj of Vit On. when applied
to painful, sore and inllamed parts, also in
lame joints, spiuins and bruises. 1 am
conlldent that to the extent Its safe, active
nnd powerful healing merits aro tricdtit
will be considered the indispensable family
remedy."
df" For the asking jou will reeeivcl.i
ITiO Testimonial Letter. Head one and do
jour own thinking.
Mroiij'Newmaii & Co.
"Wholesale -A.gnt3.
COHNHIt POUT AND KING feTHUUTS.
Honolulu Cycling,
Armory Building, - Serefania St.
INS ritUO'I IONS GIVHN
IDsiy cSc Evening.
Ladies' & Gents' Bicycles For Hire
isy Tin: day oi: nouit.
K.epairiiig Solicited.
r.tB-tf
To Lot or Lease.
TO LET.
rpWO NICP.IA PUIl
JL nished lfooms, cen
trally located, lnipiiie at
llUM.l'TIN Ollico. IS'il-tf
TO LET.
DUVAI, PHKMISKS, 111
lleictania street, op
posito Foil street chureli.
Apply to It, I. I.I 1,1,1 n.
.is-'-tf At Theo. II. Davits ft Co.
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpWO COTTAGF.S TO
X l4it ouu on Merchant
street and one on Fort
street next to school house.
Apply to W. McOANDI.Kbb.
Wl-lw
HOUSE TO LET.
ANKW AND VICKY
Convenient Cottage
to let on Kiiuiu street, all
improvements. For parti
culars apply to N. S. SACHS.
Stll-Iw 101 Fort street..
TO LET.
N i:vhoum: of fivf.
rooms, on Magasino
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent v. (!,, etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
HOUSE TO LET.
rpim COMMODIOUS '-'-X
Story Dwelling on
Punchbowl street, between
TI 1.......1 .. I II ...1.1 I. I. la. ........
llll.Ut.tlllU Itllll 1I!, Ul III- 3-w -
pled by the undersigned to whom apply
for particular. W. S. I.tfCiJ.
COIMw
TO LET
rpjli; HOUhi: I.ATIII.Y
J. occupied by H. F.
Hohhard on Punchbowl
street, with I.arite Yard.
Good Studios, te. For fuither particulars
apply to nil. .ijn'u. B, .Mtiiu;v,
ws-iw
Hotel strict,
TO LET.
a nici: coitauj: on
m m j.uiuiuiii.i atiii-i, lie.ll J&rrxt
J llhui sill fl, l-uiii.iuiiiig Mil
Parlor. 'I Uedroonis. Until- ?-
room, Diningrooiii, Pantry and kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage Houso, Htuble. etc.
Tramears panaoviry JO minutes. Apjilj at
ollico of this paper. -iSs-tf
rpiiu wi:i:ici,y uui.i,i:tin-:m coi,
X iimns ot Interesting Heading Matter.
Islands, 1 1; mulled to foreign countries, i 5.
Bicycle Riding School.
I ATJ
JtJTi-vaafaL
ran iiJ'iJSL.
jffiTfkz3tL
lKU.-'V
knkak.
HCSr Uog days are past but tbo Legislature is still
with us.
. o
SScs?0 Having provided yourself with the moans for
obtaining water we suggest a length or two of Gold Seal
I Tosh mounted on a .Reel as a medium for distributing it.
iKEsT3 Depression in mercantile circles has prompted
seller to come in closer touch with buyer by reducing prices.
If a reduction is an inducement we're ready to be touched.
ECS?" "Wo offer you by way of relief from the annoyance-
of "short water" the everlasting Stkkl Ahumotou.
For your Eanehe, Plantation or Private .Residence it has no
equal ; being noiseless it will in no way interfere with your
slumbers.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Stroot, Honolulu,
eef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
&BT GOOD FOR THE SICK OK T1TE WELL j&
AVe cany in stock the following "Well-known Brands ;
Liebicj's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyetli & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beef,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
Mosquera Beef-Cacao.
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street,
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104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening a Large Stock of
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Can have their value immediately without
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Lewis J, Levey,
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Picture Frames made to order lorn
Latent Styles of Moiddi)ipnt JiViiorn
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Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
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Refrigerators
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Mountain, Gem
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Ice Cream Freezers !
& Barrel Churns.
H. Hackleld & Co
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Best Refined Alcohol!
For Moclianlcal & Medical Purposes.
In 1 and 5 Gallon Demijohns
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$1,75 Per O-s-lloxx
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