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C O M M K It C I A Ii .
jfceff I o aMImbls chinge In htilnni roettm
Tots otr Hit lone la the city anntnbcrof substan
tial bIMlnt for Mores, and In thf sulmrM senral
d4Us, tee bete; rrretJ Ittdlcatln activity In real
estate tnti.cltess and re.altlne benefit to the
Jf' 'JM part af the ct t rep Is new In, ami there
ItHilftbt filtlnc ps In iheamonRt brrmcht to Hen
let frwn theetorr Islands, attfaoich the qaantltj l
llll iU Wrrr Vessels fet San I'utrtlsco ht no
fsxJlOealty tn seenrlnj rati Mr0es
(Jareipetts ferine week, are net to heavy as meal,
the II Y Alay beinf the oclrr ?-l that has sailed
tt the Cosst She carried a cargo of segar aul other
predete valaed at WOft The Mlislcvury brlran
time .Merelnf star salted for the Seeth Sea on Thurs
day, latin a aifvited earo, rained at $-Ul U, only
fmilef hh s, domestic.
n The Irai-orte let the week are mainly Inmber ami
kmL Th bsrss Martha lUdee.t, tUlnler anil Caradrn
ertirts! frswa thf Semnd with Urxe Inmber cargoes, and
the Aral frwn Newcastle, X S. W with coal.
We are pleated to taronttle a bckl advance move
menl by the Atlantic aid I'aelfle IUllriJ Cvnpany,
hilt San Dleto as Hi western Icrralnn., to secure a
s Wares Ihctralcuf these Islands With Ihta object
In view. Dr. L. A. I'm! arrived from California by
the City f -tydeer te took Into all matters pertaining
tae fareaise o sersrs In tali mstkel fov their t
pesrd Ne ef steetarM fetisesti Sa Dleroand Henc
lra. seM snaelent Indncement eer, which !hey
pHa as an aullHary to their road, both for freljht ami
paaiearetf. They plan to enter Into direct comprtl
Ilea with Jan rrancltco for fmr trade In a way that we
fhall be largely the alnere, Intsranch at they propose
to bay osuprwdet rlht here, thai fating eipcoic,
(emission ctsarcs, K" by shrinkage or dama:e and
one to three months tine foe reternt. It Ii a matter of
53" Jf.' ,h"h the quarantine reatrle lions Ir Port
feet oMIcrtl to relarn by the nut steamer, but trusts
to visit ue Islands ajaln In the coarse of a tew month!
eo as to be able to make a personal visit to the different
POHT Or HONOLULU.
June If An bk luinlor. Wall, lij days from Pert
Ata tk Martha Itldeont, Wlekberj, 91 data
from lort Hlakely
Am bftne ltobt F Clayton, J)atl, M data
Sch Mary K Foster, from Punalun
co Marion, Kukulhaele
Its An bk Camden, Sauton, daya from Port
Mm Llkellke. from Hawaii and Maul
SI Am bk Anle, Mndbrrr, St days from New.
castle, IN V
Sch I.lhollbo. from llonoapo
2.eh Waloll, from Paauhan
Mm James MaVee. from Kanal
Sch Lnka, from Kohala
Sch llaleakala. from llllo
Si Sch Kekanluohl. from Ilanall
SI Mm Iwalanl, from Maalaea, Kona and Kan
Mm Lehn. from liana and Mnlokal
i Jtm Kllanea Hon. from Kahnlnl
Mm Mokolll, from Clicolt of Uahn.
Mm C It 111. hop. from Kanal
Urlt bk (illmpte, Arr.old, fm Newcastle, NsW
June iSSch Mannokawal. for Hanamaulu
sch Prince, for Punt
Sch Nettle .Merrill, for Lahalaa
-Stn C K lllshop, for Kauai
SI II 11 M S Thetis, Stephens, for Victoria, B C.
Haw bjttue Storm Bird, Tlerney, for Jalutt
Mm Lehua. for Molokat and liana
.Mm Llkellke, for Manl and Han all
Sim C It Iilshop, for Kauai
Sttn Ktlaae Hoa, for Kahulul
Sch Marlon, for Kukulhaele
Sch Leahl. for llouolpu
Sch Walehu. for Kalacpapa
J Ambk 11 W Almy, Freeman, for San f ran
Cisco Sch. Mary E Foster, for Punalnn
Sch Kantkeaoult. for Honokaa
23-Am bctne .Mornlcc Star, Brny, for Micronesia
Stm James Make, for Kauai
"i-bch Kekanlootil. for llanalel
Voil In Eort.
Am bktne DIscoTtry, Perrlmaa,
Haw bgtne Pomare
' Br brjtnr surprise. Jackson.
Ur bk Zoo, Campbell
Uer bk Coder. Kohlfs
Am bk lUlnter. Wolff
An hk Martha Rldeout. Wtckbenr
Am bftne liobert F Clayton, Davis
Am bk Camden, Swanlon
Am bk Anle, :andbers
Ve.ala Expected nt Honolulu, from Forolpn,
Haw bk Kale, Rothfus, London, due II. Uackfeld i Co.
Am bk Cheshire. Bachelder, New York, orer due
Castle A Cooke, Agents
Tlrtl ship City of Bombay. Lowell, Olaeow, doe August
10-tS. G W Macrarlane X Co. Aenu
Brit bk SsSolk. Byford. London, due Aur SW. C Ilrtw
er Jt Co, A;roti
' TJrlt bk Oberon. Harrey, Liverpool, to salt April SJ,
T II Dartes. Aeent.
Brit bk Olencaber. McOhee. Ltrerpool, due Sept 1-3.
J T Waterhoute, Agent.
, Am br.ae Haxard, Miller, Nanalmo for Kahnlul, Maul.
An tr American Olrl. Backus, Port Blakele,
UerS s Hcsperta. Peterson, W hampoa, due ll Hackfeld
& Co, Agents
An bk Jenny Pltu. SleTfrt. rort Gamble, due July 5-10
II Hackfeld A Co. Agents.
Haw bk Iolanl, Uarrels. Bremen, to sail In May, Hack
. f eld Co. Agents
. KW"!0" 'f3 Newcastle, N S W,
tl Wilder Jj Co, Agents '
Am bk Ferris 3 Thomp-on. Potter. New York, loadlnc
Mar It Castle Ji Cooke, Agents
Am bk Ceylon. Hallett, Boston, loading Jlay 10. C
Brewer d; Co. Agent
Am bktne Jane A. Palktnburg, Hubbard, Sao Fran
i cixo.due July 1-1
i An bk Henry Bnck, Darts, Departure Bay, loading
. ,. Jnne i. Alien A Itobluron, Agents
An bk Wrestler, tchnauer, san rranclsco, chartered
June I. Ag-nu
Royal Yacht Wanderer. Tahiti, due In all June
Am bgtne J. D sprrekels. Doagla, San Francisco.
P. M.S. S, City of New York, Seabn'ry, Sydney, due
. July -t. If. Hackfeld Co, Agenu
P Mi!-.?- a,i?U?"..C',r-'"1' " Francisco, due Jniy
. II. Hackfeld Jt Co. Agents
Am bktae W H Dlnond. lloodlctt, San Frandico. due
t.j. i?'."5? WV 'fin Co. Agauta
Brit ship Mr Laacelotte, - Glasgow, to sail In Jnne,
- O. W. KacfarUne i Cp, Agenls.
The Am blc Martha hideout unmi i.i .ilurdiy U
days from Port Blakely, and docked at Allen . .. a u
sons wharf where she Is now discharging a carco of
? " "' . She left the sch Araerlcan Girl at thai port
(. loading for Kahulul, Manl.
The Brit bkZoe at the old steamship wharf has dls
charged what cargo ahe had for this port, and will sail
!?. An t, cs"'' !,'' Kalnler. art at the foot of
Fort at-, where they are discharging their cargoes of
Umorr.a'ur which tiny wilt return to the Souud In
' VTJ!JPt bk,cl' . the foot of itmr Llkellke'
dock discharging coal; after discharging aheulll load
sugar for 6an Francisco.
The An bku Dlscoeery ha discharged all her cargo
., Jtoa San Francl ko, and taken In a full load of sugar
' t?4,"LuL,5tl? i01ln J'rn'"o o-day, saiUng from
r. i. a, 5. i.o t Cock
Tb Ambk Ata. e with lod of eol from "ew Cai.
lJf ."'"Clior !a the itreaia. wtlitngfort b-trth to
Ol K Llixr.
The Am bgtne Iiobvrt F. Clajton anired from Callao.
Iat Saturday, and anchored lathe stream; It Is not
i',!,l J?n'B.e aa. to is here she will go from here, but
1 . (probably la Ifoag Kong.
The China tea clipper Sir Lancelot was to leave Glas-
j 7 ,u .ui, coosigncuio Messrs ti. w xactailane d
to. wiib a general cargo, a Urge portion of which la
railway material and potuble tramway for CUua
s?'!k,Kln osUte, froa Messr John Fawler d: Co
who have Uuly sold ao much of their patent tramways
on lhe Island. '
The J. A. Falklnbnrand Johu D. iipreckels may be
looked for neat week from San Fr:nclco, one of which
. lll,proUbly brias our neat mall
Pitttuaai?T.m,&' h annlveraary of the acre.
, The Storm Bird sailed for Jalult last Tueaday
On Thursday the MUatonary packet Morning SUr
ailed for anoUtr cruls lo M 1 trout. U , seir.,1 handred
people wtreoa the wharf to wlines ber departure.
.Pi t'hasblre Is now considerable over due belnz
J daje oat from New York.
fiiT??..? 2?sRo?M1', HJItKll. Maul on the
J ihlnst. with a full cargo of raachlnery and etcv. from
lUport of lurk lUaltr. J II Wulff, master -Left
TaS ".""ifX1 Mf,t P' "I the toyage had
ruderale NV. and we.i.tly wltd. hlghted f,ui.d of
.. . ? ; "nfvnlngof the llth Arrlred offllonolnlu
.!?!" V 4 ni lu " harbor at a , la daya
' " "w "- " ".
vm. iLilmii. i.. ii. -.- . 'i & T. ... j .r.""
ballast and. stars.
For ( FrsiirJsra, per II W Alor, June 0--K.m
k !, jXJtl a. Fot Valae, $T.UJ.
rf'.J'w MlcaU. yti Morning Star. June R-IKJ) lbs
a - a joi( uut &. rkiTe bW. p5. rll. rSiwi Don
tllL ' V W&K; Trans. Vain,;
L I--1 I
.ZtV??4Vi!'i'J?'t' CwWsJ. VMt-M ion
kjlUlU IUchfM A Co.
"'f mil 1Mt R'tV.l. . r...L. !.! . . ..
i.U ft iaaaber, aal w.blagls. u AUvs. JUWusoq
nsw,niH it.3Ul Uths. to H
"f Poet Te4. ptrCamdra,
fllasaber. ISO as salaries, J m UUis. S
Uef, to llackf.U Co.
Ubr, W ahUiglM, m Utha.a Haahleld 4 Co.
baa tsh, I Lb)
t. i,4 balUsI la transit lo llbagkoag
aV' "" - - awvi.awa,
bydrownlag, Knur Pa.arrd h,c, iJ nil
for OllSert, Marshal and New Hebrides per Storm
Ilrd. Jane UHh iixty two relnrned labvrers, men,
women and children
From Bremen per Cedar, Jnne ISth lC9 Xorwec.
tana, adnlti and children
lrom I a lo per HobtT Clayton, Jnne !MhIW la
bor r In tranali to llonskont;
Tor Itoyal Itoada, per tallfornla, Jnne It-John
rWanFraneirro.perinv 'mr.JoneM Mra. Dora
Ilrteklef, MIm C E Jone, ll htnma Whitney, Y II
Adamt, V Hill, laptTabrr OU Mertlll. UneCatly
For Mlrronei la. per Motnln Star. Jnne W-.Mr L V
I.r.VKV CONK-Marrle.llnllonolnln JnneSIM at
Ihr residence of the bride mother, by the He? S .
Damon, II I) , .'iiiriu J I.attr, Kq , toMlniManrS.
MKIiniLInAllXAIin-Jnne Hlh at St Andrew
Cathe-lral, lloaolalu. Sandwich Island, by the HUM
Iter the Lord Itlihoti of Honolulu, aliltifd lT Iter
Themn lllackbtirn. Hkt Fruit Wutjtr, eJdet ton
of Josephs AlrttHt. Ki , of Conrord. w llamp
thlre. to Ilannitr Kmvon, tecond danshter of the
laleThomai Uond Itarnard, Mock Kichtnce, tendon,
F.ncland. and Adelaide, S A IV Kncllih ami
Australian pajer pleas copy
I On Jane lth, at Aliikoa Kahalnn Koolau, IMhn. to
the wife of T A. U..jd, uaH(hlrr
TICK SATUItDAY PRESS
Published for the SnnoT rn AocuTin- by
Hook, Job and Clrmral Printer,
Honoluln, II 1.
I The Ssrrr.nir Pnasa cannot undertake to return
communication, accepted or rejected, and we hate to
rwinest correspondent to append their true natm and
addresses, not necessarily for publication, If so ile.
sired, but a a guarantee of the cood faith of the writer
, (Ed. StTCRDar 1'Btfi
JCXK 25, 1--P1
Jt is iiecessnry for our jkiIico lo koop n
pood look out nuil to ' eoniprohoiul nil
vngrom mi-n.'ns DoKl'orry instructs his
constables. Wo hnvo honril tlint on ono
day in this week n tramp, prcsuiunbly the
btuno innii, visitod no lo.-s titan five housos
nt Wnikiki during tho business liours.
when tho men were nil in tho city, nnd
women nnd children only nt home. At
some house ho nked for food, nt others
for work, nnd nt one for n bod to Ho down
on, ns being nlllictod with heart disenso,
he wns, he snid, tumble, to work.
This geutletnnn nlo mnde pnrticulnr
inquiries ns to tho extent nnd boundaries
of tho vnrious projierties, nnd always
attempted to gel n view of the priucipnl
ajmrtmont-t nnd the means of commttuicn
tion between them, npjmroutly with n
view to future operntions. Ho is descriiXHl
ns n rather short, squnro-built man, with
a bushy reddish beard, slouched brond
brimmod straw hat, brown check coat nnd
grey trousers. "Vo recommend tlio police
to uinko Uio ncquaintnnco of this iutr
esting. informntion-seelting strnuger, nnd
to tho Indies on whom ho mny intrude wo
would suggest the handiest telejihono as n
nsef ttl nlly, nnd ndriso them to communi
cate nt onco with their husbands and tho
Tho Yiujrnnt laws of this Kiiurdom nro
very explicit, nnd sufficient to check this
new nuisance, which tlireatens, if not
taken in hand nt once, to becomo some
"Ye seo thnt tho EUU is striking out on
its old courso of teaching tbo nntives thnt
thoy nro ill-treated nnd subjected to re
straints from which tho !wl is fiee. moro
especially if ho bo a man of wealth or
otherwise notable; but tho native is bidden
to bido his time, for his time, Uiat is, tho
time for his rule nnd supremacy i1 surely
coming. This, ns wo pointed out long
nco is sheer mischief making. Another
election, nnd n now House of Ttopresenta
tives is not fnr off, nnd tho EUU writer is
casting his bread upon the waters; he, bet
ter than anyone elso perhaps knows how
easily swayed by promises not Iikelv to bo
redeemed, or if redeemed, then nt (to cost
oi ino wuoio community, aro tho purely
I nati. e members of tho House, and already
j the feelers nro being extended.
j Tho account of the action of tho Min
j ister of tho Interior with regard to tho
i application of quarnntino regulations on
t a certain recent occasion as given in tho
IAdttrtUer, represenls tho recalcitrant
traveler ns a bouncing and succesful hero;
whilo tho articlo in tho EUU represents tho
Minister as outwitted not only by weight
I of money, but by color of complexion, or
in other words, to tho foreign community
I money rules to tho injury of tho poor, to
, tho native reader, whito skins rulo to tho
I injury o the Kanaka,
j Wo shall watch to seo how this curious
money and native voices ono may climb"
iuio a loieraoiy strong position, reauy to
get down on either sido as may prove niost
agreeable or lucrative.
I "We are very sorry to say thnt conflicting
I interests of property owners nnd their re
presentatives threaten to render imprnc
ticablo tho much needed widening of Fort
1 nnd Queen streets for which such n favor-
nuio opiwriunuy oners just now in Uio re
building of tho houses on tho jvoportiea
of James Campbell nnd S. Wilder JJsqre.
A proposition wns nt firbt mado to bring
forward "Mr. Campbell's Queen streot front
ago to a linewith Makeo's block on tho
other sido of Kanhumnnu street as far ns
to opposite Mr. Irwin's, to that nt Mr. Cleg
horn's, and , put n completo zig-zag
into Queen street, as Campbell's corner
would then hnvo boon about in huo
with tho drinking fountain. This in
gepious schomo was veryiwsoly put
nside. Mr. Cnmnluill tl.nn .-.
( sed to give for what it cost, to Queen
btrcet, that margin which woull bo taken
off his property by a lino drawn from his
j Fort street corner to tho Quoan streot an
' glo of Mr. Davie-' wnrehouse, provided
. that tho owners of tho property from thonco
to Kaahumanu street would rectify their
frontage to bring it in line with tho niakai
fnco of tho Makeo block. This would tako
off n corner from Mr. Cloghorn's storo and
f alien from tho lato Mr. Ilartow's miction
room, and from Mr. Davies warehouse.
Hero tho difficulty nrisisi; tho owners of
th cornec oiysosito tho Mnkio block do
clino toerniit Uio alteration, so that wo
mny hnvo tho mortification of awing tho
old ljuo rebuilt, Tho outline of tho Hon.
5' W'Mw'" ni' building is not. wo belie vo,
finally decided on. Meanwhilo wo hope
thnt Mr. Campbell may jet build ou tho
proposed new line, and lonvo tho improro
meuts toward Kaahumanu blreot to Iki
brought about by tho whinligig of time.
The carrying of wenpons " eowio kuife,
bword wine, putol, nir gun, bliuig i-hot, or
other" is emnhaticnlly pronouncM to Iki
unlawful by tho tind Motion of nn Ac.i
to prevent tho enrrj-ing of deadly weap
ons," rxissed by Uio Nobles ami Jtepresen
tntivcn of thirt Kingdom nnd approved by
Komehamohn III in 1852. Tho preamble
to thu enactment htnlcrt that " Wmreas thu
habit of carrying of deadly wcnioni is
dangerous to life nnd tho public pmce,
therefore o it enacted, etc" No ono can
question the truthfulne of this Hlato
ment that such a hUU U dangerous to tho
nublic pj'acos it Ixjhoves thereforo oven
law-abiding citizen to otiiist tho nuthon.
ties in seomg that this law bo not mfleril
to jtomo it dead letter. Erery ono known
to )m carrying a concealed venison is liable
to arreejt without warrant, antl tshould bo
denounewd by any ono cognizant of tho
fact. o, in theoo IslAJid, hara long
JxMtsUd of an nlmtnt perfect immunity
from enmua of violence, attended by dan-
ger lo, or deitrnclion of life) but if the
enrrjing of revolvers is onco sanctioned
by public opinion, and becomes She y.i ,
our boast nnd our individual snfely nro
both nliko gone. No one cnrries these
weaiont witnout porno reaoiij antt Hero
no reason enn bo nllegwl jtislithibly, nnd
yet tho prncljcn of enrrying rM)lvers
seeiiw to bo gaining ground, Ono murder
nml one attempt have. Intely nltraetetl
public attention. In Iwlh cases referred
to the weapon wns a revolver. Two other
persons hao In'en struck, though not
injured, presumably by the cnrolexs
hnndling of tironrms. Tho mero fact of
knowing oneself to be in posses-iion of
such n MenjHin it nn inducement tonppenl
to its use. A slight altercation, nn angry
epiihet, has often co-d a life, and strange
to sny. tho plea of cownrdieo is tln ono
most frequently set up by nn nssnssin to
justify the slnughter of his victim. " L
wns nfrnid nnd so I fired '' is the plen of
most of the jiistol munlorers wlit)4o trials
wo hn.o rend for years past, especially in
the U. S. Courts, No wonder this plea i-
so freoucnt when it is found to be so sue
cessful. Tt was Hint which saved the mur
derer Knlloch,but the blnnio lies altogether
on the morbid stnto of public opinion.
Wherever such n termination to such a
case is possible, then pistol murderers will
llourish, nnd thnt is wny wo appeal to tho
public to set their faces ngaint pittol car
rying. Wo rend n few days ago thnt no
less thnn forty thouiand homicides hnvo
taken tilnco in tho Southern Stntes nlono
sinco tlio close of tho war, nnd it is snid to
bo more dangerous to be nn officer of tho
pence in Texas thnn to be in nctivo service
against nn enemy elsewhere. That this
should be possible, wo maintain, is wholly
duo to public opinion, which not only
sanctions, but justifies, not only justifies,
but npplnutl, the perpetration of such
crimes It is n bad sigi of tho limes, or
place, where n murder is lightly spoken of
as " u shooting affair." Where this is tho
case, shooting nffairs will bo plentiful;
nnd so thoy mny becomo hero if enrrying
of revolvers becomes nn accepted fashion.
On tho plnntntions, where nn overseer is
constantly surrounded by Chinese or
savage", who hnvo no notion, in common
with us, ns to the supremo sanctity of
human life, tlio caso is differont; every
laborer is himself nrmed with a deadly
wonpon, hooj fork, or enno knife, nnd the
overseers might bo "duly authorized by
lnw" to enrry nrms for Uio protection of
their own lives, being held strictly respon
sible to tho lnw for nny nbuso of tbo
license. In nil civilized countries homicide,
howovor committed, is murder or mnn
slnughter if there be the least tnint of
unlawfulness in the action.
In England if a man wero to hear nn
unnccouutnblo noiso in what ho supposes
to bo nn unoccupied room, wero to take it
pistol in his hand, open tho door of tho
room, nnd see nn ill-lookiiij btrangor ab
stracting tho contents of his plnto-closot,
fires nt onco nnd kills tho (presumed) rob
ber, that mnn would bo mot certninly
tried and most probably convicted of
manslaughter; and if ho snid, "I was
afraid Unit tho robber might lire first," ho
would hnvo to couvinco a jury thnt there
woro very sufficient grounds for his fear,
or in other words, that ho really acted in
dofenso of his life, nnd not of property
only. Tho law does not allow n man, bo
ho onraged or frightened, to constituto
himself nt onco accuser, judgo, jury nnd
executioner, without throwing n terriblo
weight of responsibility on tho man who
assumes such n position. But where pub
lic opinion justifies tho habit of carrying,
and, what is Uio inovitablo consequence,
jising, deadly weapons, tho law itself is
powerless; and wo repeat, and urge again
nnd ngain, thnt if anv ono hero have taken
to so pernicious a habit, public opinion
should compel him to givo it up, and livo
and lot live, under tho protection of tho
TOPICS OF THE DAY.
At Wliito Hnll, London, proliminnry plans
aro being prepared fnr a new armor-clad
vessel. Her length will bo over 100 feet, and
breadth 50 feot, nnd Iter armor heavier than
that of any vessel afloat. Sho will carry a
torpedo battery and an unusual number of
Thf. now Eddystono lighthouse will bo
completed long before tho date originally fixed
upon. The tower is already on a level with
Uio light from tlio old tower; thus it now ob
scures the light over a very perccptiblo area,
viz, 12 degrees near tlio roof, but ut five miles
distance there would bo n mile of darkness on
a true S. V. course, and public notice in mar
iner has lcon given accordingly. Tlio new
light, instead of being fixed as at present, will
be oscillating, visible nil round tlio horizon, in
clear weather 17.5 miles. Of the 2.200 atones
of which tlio tower will consist 1S00 uro al
ready in position.
Oun contemporary, tho Gitzelle, asks for
information in regard lo the origin of the
"Antique and Horribles." Our impression
is that it originated in Boston about tlio begin
ning of the present contury. Soino years after
the close of the Revolutionary War, the resi
dents orihe " Hub" who had taken part in llto
slrugglo occupied a place in tlio annual Fourth
pf July processions, and wero styled the
"Ancient and Hnnornbles." 'I he "Antique
and Horribles" were brought forth as n bur
lesque on that "honorable" body, antl it took
ko i. ell that it was adopted in oilier cities, and
has now become a universal custom through
out the Union. In tlio parades of tho present
day political, social and local affairH of all
kinds are Lurlesqucd by tlio "Antique and
In the scientific periodical Iron, of May 0th
and 13th, 1881, are some very interesting par
ticulars its to the relative value vf steel and
iron for ship building purposes. Mr. William
Denny, of the eminent Dumbarton firm, in a
paper read at the spring incoliug of tlio Iron
nnd Steel Institution of Groat llrilain, says ;
" The experience of my firm is that by biiildinj;
a slcumor In steel instead of iron, a saving
averaging I3 por cent, upon tho weight of
tho iron can bo effected. Tlio variation in tlio
percentage is very slight, the hightut saving
wo have jet made amounting tu it little over
It percent, and Ihu loucst 13Uj per cent
Any ono desirous g: arriving at Uio
increased freight cupacfly which would bo ob
tained by building an iron steamer in steel, tu
Lloyd'e classification, enn tin so very simply
and with fair certainty by estimating it from
7 to IVi per cent, of the giuso register tonnage
of the vessel." Mr. Denny siys further: "In
a napcr I had tho honor to read before the In
ktlintitiu of Nuval Archltecls, I gave nn cx
amplo of this in the cam of the steamer Hotu.
mnhuna, built by us fur ruirvico in jW Zea
land, Aicprdiug (i) the opinion of competent
judges, had this vessel been built of iron, alio
would-have been a total loss, Instead of being,
after running upon a rock, not only sound and
vtater-liglit, but very easily repaired.
If wo turn to the records of Lloyd's, vt
find that during the last thrco years the pro
gress of steel ship building has K-vii of even u
more rapid nature iliau might bve been mill
cipttcd, In 1678 there vtero classed, at I.!nyj
4S00 tons gross of steel shipping; in 1670 this
auiount rose, to 10,100 (on gross, and last year
to 35,400 gross, showing tint in three rears
tho output of slerl shipping classed ut Lloyd's
had increased eight tlmun. This 3 ear, on the
1st January, Lloyd' had, building tu class,
8J.090 'tons of Heel vessels, arid throughout
the United Kingdom, including the above,
I U.MO Ions of els) vessels were known to be
buiditig." On the subject of corrosion Mr.
Denriy eiys j " Jly opinion Is tlut'the doubts
sud fcirs ou this head have been largely ex-
tU-Ktrntcil, Theoretically thoro may seem
causo lo dread such lorrnttion, but tho'hlslnry
(f steel Khipi up to litis ditto affords lllllo
ground for the opinion. Of tho seagoing
steamer I uilt by my firm, only ono has nhuvvn
nny corro ion, nml that not in tho steel, but In
the Iron lorn-friuno and rudder forging nml
in soma muuII Iron plates nil tho rudder, llio
largo sir. I plates ol tlio rudder, and the whole
shell plating nf tho ship, which is of stool,
being perfectly frco from corrosion " In nn
nppentllsc Mr. Denny gives thu rotative cost of
Hie material of n 1000-ton steamer built of
Iron, nml the same of sleet mid iron, tlio for
mer being 0.25 per Ion, nml the latter X9.H.
This difference in prime cost, .Mr. Denny says,
may bo worked oil" in two jiiiirn by tho nihil,
tional cargo capacity and lighter rates ol in
etlhtiico of tlio stool fillip.
In n comparison between n " Heavy Cargo
Carrior and IWrnger Steamer," biiiltof steel,
and n similar ship built of Iron, la oirry Ms
.(ii;ie iltitd wnghl, the net register tomntgo of
llio htllor will bo ss 1007 tnns to 1010 in the
former, showing n saving of 81 tons in favor
Tho saitio paper reports tho Iniinrh on April
."lOtli of it nuw loiiiinlilii for llio Whilo Star
lino from tlio building yitid of Messrs, Ihtrlaml
& Wolff, Helfist. Sho is built of Siomons
Mnrtiu steel, with tho following dimensions :
length 130 feel, broadth 12 feet, gross legisler
touniigo 1.100 tons, A six liours steam trial
has boon recently made at Portsmouth of two
Thus it would appear that for speed, freight
or war llio ftituro material for sliip building
will bo steel. An industry which Ims in.
created itself eight fold in tho first thrco years
of ils uxisleutc, is one likely lo rnlnrgo its
sphoro of ncthn almost iiifibltely, Tlio cur
rent miiiibors of rwi contain many other usu
ful nnd inttruftlvo papers, on mining, elec
tricity, iron, sled, nml coal, reports and sta
tistics. Wi; desiro In call ntloiftlon to tlio following
articlo on "Colored Labor for Sugnr Grow
ing," from llio Qunmhindtr of May llth;
"Tho Increasing difficulty in getting Polyne
sians has induced tho Mackny planters in look
further nfirltl, and wo understand thai tlio
Planters' Association is taking steps lo tlrnw
tlio attention of tho Ooveiiitueiit to tlio exis
tence of it Coolie Act. In 1S02 a short not
was passed empowering tho fluvernor-in-Cnuucil
toissiio regulations for tho inltoduc
liuii nuil protection of hibotcrs ftom ilrilisli
India. T'leso regulations, which woro duly
declared by proclamation, hnvo remained it
dead lotto. for tho intervening nineteen years,
partly in consequence of hoiuo objection from
tho Indian Governmont concerning tlio provi
sion for the return passoiigo of tlio immigrant,
but chiefly bccailso Captain Towns discovered
n suitable class of laborers near nt hand. It
is difficult to liclp regretting that this dis
covery was mado. Tlio kanaka is nt best n
savage, cflcn tractnblo anil loadable, but still
undeniably a savage whoso short contact with
civilization works littlo cliaugo in him Ho is
n child lo be protected from tho ill us.igo or
deception of uitiol or designing men, nml is to
too great nn extent iucapablo of guarding his
own rights. The Indian Coolie, on llio other
hand, cones from nn older civilization thin
our own. Ho is a peaceable and industrious
laborer vrhoso ancestors havo been engaged in
oultivnticn for countless generations. Tho
Ilengil Coolies come ptincipally from tlio
north-west provinces nmU'from Oudh, where
the climate very closely resembles that of
Northern Queensland, hot nnd dry in tho curly
summer, in llio rainy season tho same heat in
a moro oppressive form, ami in winter dry,
cool, and bracing. In his own tonibly over
populated country tho unfortunate "laborer
curries on a constant battle with penury, re
ceiving for long tliy8 in tho field a misorahlo
remuneration. When under tho favotitblo cir
cumstances of emigration, ho gets abundant
food, ho develops u lino physique, and is, both
in iippcaraiico and working ability, far
superior so the natives of Southern India.
Mr. Jens-ens, M P., who visited Ilrilisli Gui
nna a fow years ago to investigate tlio condi
tion of Indian Coolies in that colony, in tlio
pamphlet ho subsequently issued, speaks of
them as "tnagitificieiit men, tall figures, deep
broad chests, and well moulded limbs.
Physically, they are far superior to kanakas,
whoso want of vigorous vitality is ono of the
chief objections to their introduction to now
modes of lifo which very sciiously enhanco
their death rale. The Indian Emigration Act
extends. to Mauritius', Jamaica mid other West
Indian islands, Natal, and various French and
Dutch colonics, but Queensland is not at pro
Tho Indian Government have no .desiro to
obstruct the Emigration of Cool ion, thuro only
enro boing lo guard the emigrants from fraud
and other ill usage; and in the caso of emi
grants not being properly trotted or punctual
ly returned the operation of the Act iit nt once
suspended in tho offending colony. If in tho
futuro tho planters of this colony "should poti
tion to bo allowed to draw their labor from
India rather than fiom Polynesia, we imngino
whatever Government might bo in power
would offer no objection. Tho country, nf
course, would not consent to nny outlay for
this purpose, and all expenditure would have
to be borne by tliono for whose benefit tho
coolies wero imported. The. appointment of
an immigration agent in Calcutta would bo
necesnary, whoso business would be to appoint
recruiters in the north-east, and establish a
depot ut the point of embarkation. Each
immigrant can be engaged only boforo n
magistrate, and on arrival in Calcutta ho has
to pass the medical inspector, nnd whilo in
the depot is under tho surveillance of the
Government Protector, Malpractices nro only
remotely possible under such n system, and
although the cost of procuring these men
would bo higher thnn that inourred in im
porting kanakas, thoy would bo of a far bettor
class, bringing a largo percentage of their
women with them ; and the term of flvu years,
lor which they engage, would allow thu
planter to recoup himself for the additional
tirat outlay. Tho sugur industry has becomo
tod hopeful n sourco of futuro wealth to ullow
any purely sentimental objections to intorforo
with Us prosperity. At the sumo time, if tho
old regulations ure to bo enforced, they will
require couuiderablo amendment. There iH no
mention iti them of restricting thu unpolled
laborers to tropical ugrictlltilro a Bitfeguard
on which tho people of this colony huvo u
right lo ineisl."
from IK SjJntv Hatty TtU'jraph, Jut SS, 1880.
Thr VVallbs.ni Witch Company bate len orJnl tr
onlrcold nietlal uftcn for wutclimal the bjdnty Inter
nallntis.1 Kxhlbltlou, tud are Uio only tiithlbftor lu any
class rptn the Unlisnl btatea who lime rrcclvrj this
1 bol Ascnt for tbo Hawaiian Islands
MADE AND BEFAIBEI),
" No. S3 EMMA tit.
a E. WILLIAMS,
Importer, Sfaaufsvcturer, Upholsterer,
and Iit-ilc r la Kuniltnroof Krtrr Dtucrlrtloi, Kami,
lure W'sro Ik-mis, No. 61 Kurt Strict. Work bbou at
Ilia Old. bund un Hotel blrvet,
tr All Order. I'rnmpllr Attended to. H y
MouuUIu Sweet, Ice Cream, antl Mack
Tfruni seed Imported by thu undenlcDfl, can be tiad on
application at bis residence, III Kins Htrrel.
J CIIA1ILKM T. (1UI.ICK.
Eitate of Una Late Hoa. W, L. Moehonun:
AX.L PKUSOX8 HAVING UXSKT
UeU clalini axalail tb cstata ol the 1st Hon VV,
L.Moboaua, am rts.ud to call at lb idlcuf the
unJsfJjttil u Monday ZUUJaas lnL. Ulawu itiu
hours bl V o'clock i. and r. H. lot rriltmrat,
UIIAts, T. IJL'UCK.
tM n Adair. Bet. W. L. Moebonua
s-iHC TWeifwr MK'K t.4Tr
U. roartklMlnipn Ugssg Htrsel, adjoining HoMca
Co., latclr itfpUd HoIHswr Co. m sratu
AU0. Hi. lower iooraadtril.r of th building for
mer I y tins aalcsrooia and Masftcluv-r i4 uias flrui
for psitlcuUfs tuiiuira of
WiU HOLtlUTJU A CO.
AsPKrt.vii MinvriMi ok thu
Itinl of Trnslpes of lit Onsen's Hnspltil c'l be
h-hl at Allloianl Half nn Hntnnlitr the th Jlr lmme.
illateilr afler thu Meeting nf thi- iineen-i llosnlial
Soeletr Is adjmirnnl l'e, Onler
Mfl-Wtt I V Hl'IIAKFEn. Src'r.
RALLY ROUND THEFLAG.
AljIsVOlfXfJMUX IN TMKS ('(r
rmtnlljr wlin lsh tn inirllrltists In thul elebrallon
fe.tlvllles on tho Itlt ils,r of ,11'I.V, will meet on 1 hnr
ilaj-eteniiiBiritr.tt week, st IMelfle, llo Co hn. I
Parlors tin Kins Htreet, at T.T" slmrn.
iw Order onler of the Oontmltlee,
M91tt st II VVIIl'VIAN, brt'r
xkw" nrilnixTis o.v iimr s-riti.i:r.
rMii: iTM)i;itHiori:ii intundh
a. in erect, two iiritk Stores on Fort t., n ronllnns
lion nf llrewier's bloek whern lllckson'ii ihntocrnih
eillerj now Stands. I'ath Store villi Im ntinnt tM anil
will lie tllleil up tu suit Tenants l'artlea ilrsunnsof
renting a store In the most central loestlon of the City
will do well tu ainljr rarlr Id,
W list C llllRVVI'll .t CO
Nolirool' IMssiiltitimi or Co-Part-iiiu-slilii.
'pimniiMor iHMviiHi: en. is
.. this itAr iiissolti'il lij- nnitual consent All rUlm
airalnstsalil flrm will forthwith be presented to JOHN
1UIU 1,1. It. In whom all tnonera owlnc tu snid flrnt will
fortliwllli tin paid.
..... nowi.nit a co.
. Iljr their Attorner, Al.rneu r). lUtirwaiu
llotiolnln, J iineiM.l. mil 1 1 st
'pnnroiii.oN'iNc; amkj ikh.
X sontare Co-imtinrrs and iloliie business as Siuar
Tinnier In I lie district of I'nna, Island or Knnal, under
the namo nnd stvlo of I. lime l'luntatlon I
Ullns. 11. lllshop llotiolnln.
VV l Parke Honolulu,
l'nnl Isenberv'.. ...... ......... ,,.,,..,,, llremen,
.Mrs Kaln I,eo Yoiimn,,,.,,,,,Xew ViukCHr.
Mrs, Marr lllco, Oolorndo Htirlniri, Colu.
.Mrs. Kinfly Dels Vcrtrne ,, ..
.Mrs. Aniin C, Oooltc, ..llnnoliilii,
VVil II, lllce. Mints, Kanal,
Dora It. ItmlcrK Colorado Mpt!ni:s,Cnln,
l'nnl II, Isenbirir, ,, , ....llretncn.
41 St Honolulu, Juno nitlt, 1I8I,
rpiiu i;njji:iisic.xi:i), iiavixo
.1 been appointed assignees of thu nslatu of II. VV,
CI.AIIK, of Honolulu, a Voliintery llankrupt, hereby
notify all persons limlnir any property In their poses
slon beloiiclii)! to ald Kstutc, to deliver the sane, to
the undersigned nnd nil accounts due to snid I'slnlu to
be p.ild Immedlatly to them at tbqOIUcu or llyms.n
llro's. .1. I1Y.MAN,
Assignees of llankrupt I'stnto nf I). VV. Clark.
Persona hnelnK any watches for repair with I), VV,
ClnrR, previous to Apill, lath, IMI, will pleisitcall for
them at tho olllcu of Hymaii llro's. All watches not
called (oi nt tbo cxplrotlon of ilx months from dnlu
will bo sold for tho benefit of the Kslalc,
Assignees of llankrupt Kstntc of 1). W, Clnrk,
Jlonolulu, Junojilrd, IMI. 41 Im
SUPhK.Mlf COURT OF THU 1IA-u-illnn
Islands. Ill Probate. Island of Onhu,
llnivillnti IslHiids.sst In the matter of tho J'slntc of
.MAltlA TATi:, of Honolulu, lato deceased. Older np
polutlnu llmofor pnibttcof will nnd directing publica
tion of noltca nf the same.
A document purporting tn be tho lnt will nnd
testament uf Jlnrln Tnte, Into of Honolulu deceased,
liming ou the Bird day of June. A. I), 18SI, been
presented to said Probr.to Court, nnd n petition for the
l'robnlo ihereof and for the Issuance of letters of
administration with tho will nnnexed to llnniuili Tate,
hntltii: been tiled by Hie snid Hnimuh Tnto.
It 1 hereby tmlertd. that TttKSHAY, tho twelfth
day of JOIiY, A. I). 18SI, nt 10 o'clock, a.m. of tald
day, Mlthc Court Hmmi of said Conrt, at Alllolnnl Halo,
in Honolulu be, nnd the funic U, hereby nppolnted tbo
lltno Tor proving said will nnd hearing raid nprtlctlou,
when and where nny person Interested muy nppenr
and lontest the i-uld will, and the grunting of letters of
administration with will annexed
It Is further ordi red, that notice thereof lin given by
publication for three eiiccessive wetks, In thu ' Satur
day Prcs " nnd "Kitokot" newspapers printed nnd
pnbllshed In Honolulu,
D.itLd Honolulu, II. I., June -itr.l. IR8I.
A. 1'JtAMJIS JUDII,
Justice of llio Supremo Court.
Attest : Jnu. K. IUhsaiui,
II lit Ulrrlc.
NEW YORK LITE
Cash Assets 4 5,000,000
Annual Incomo 10.000,000
Cash Surplus 9,000,000
WILLIAMS, DIMOND & CO.,
S. A. SWALM,
For Snn Francisco, Australia, Japan and
EX-GOVERNOR FRED'K F.LOW,
Prest. of Local Board in San Francisco.
11. HACKFELD ic CO.,
C. O.BERGEU, V
For the Hawaiian, Islands.
ALL FOIIMS OF
Life Insurance Policies Issued.
KXA1IINE THE NEW
Extract from n letter of Hon F. F. Low,
Icertlfrthat I have taken out a" Tontlno" policy In
tbo :w York Llfu Insurance Uo. for $.o,U0O: that 1 r
gard It aa the best and falrist plan of Life Insurance,
and tuut thu ptlnclplus embodied In the new plan,after
uirl nil elimination, havo lemovtd the objections I
have, heretofore entertained against "Life Insurance."
1 have siiadtly declined to Insure until the "Tontine"
was presented to inc. Your viry truly,
r. F. LOW.
It pro Idea for one'n family at ordlna.-y Life rates,
and the money returned with Interest on arriving at a
IT OFFERS ADVANTAGES
Far In excess of llioso reallztd from the Investment of
equal amounts In wvlu batikaur corporate stocks of.
8EB LIST OF POLICY HOLDERS!
Kach of whom bava Insured on this plan for amounts
From $5,000 to $20,000.
J 0 QlnJe,
Kaniucl l'nrker, ,
Willinin II LMtuond,
V T Lainvli-tii.
I) K Kyle,
O W Mncf.irlnne,
II II Mncfurliuiit,
V W Macfitrltue,
F A Hclutt-fer,
Win a Irwin,
II W Hcliraldl,
J T WnterhoaiM),
K 0 Unuiuit,
J I PowneU.Jr,
J W liluJ,
K 0 Wnller,
II U Wltltnev,
It W Ulne,
) .N Wilcox,
VV hlcb Is sufficient KMrsntee s to Its tasrlls,
For full lnformallon, appll
II. slACHrctB '., ur
e-vt il 6m V, U. HKHUCM.
rilOSmVHO MAY HAVKMOJfKV
J deposlud Willi us on the first nf July nxf, elllitr
In Havlnga Uankorun open account are hereby uotl.l
lbs) they are tipectrd i aiaku thslr own return, for
the same lo the Ass... or In their te.pectlv districts.
VV ar required by the USulit.r of finance tu furnish
to the Assessor a lust of depositors, wltu a sUlein.nt uf
the atiount of lls.lr balance la our nauds un Ike 1st day
of July, BIBIlUI' 0O.
Honolulu June 3rd, IM, VX U
PAIBMAHIisy , IM tAUI, lM
rvht thsMerhJan a4 Ktf. i Uueeae. t.'aso
Assorted TmW rrU, Caaisrd Msala, Jena u4 Jtlliss
Money In (M(. fickle. Kks i4 rlckU., VuoeUliIca
aed t'sxUlea of Klm.l Tea, Undine tn qr w4 kf Imih,
Vtrtalctdll, MmcmouI, Craekera Is tulety. Cake airir.
KcSuar. tsOlLJfls A CO
CHAS. T. GULICK,
FOR THE ISLAND OF OAHU.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Labor Contracts
For tho District of Kona, Oahu.
REAL ESTATE AND GENERAL BUSINESS AGENT.
Deeds, Morlgngcfi, nprtRen, Wills nml other legrtl dootimonlfl tlrnvvn fit nliortcul
nottco nntl nt ronsoimliln rnlrn.
Ronl Kstnln nntl iirotiorty of ovory tlosnriplion on nny of llio Jslnfitln, lionghl, Bold,
nntl ncgotintctl, nntl intending liiiyorn or ficllora will do well to Jntrimt tliofr IitininoflN to
Records Searched for Titles of all Lands Bought or Sold
jrnrinn Prolrntn nofctl nml extended, nnd Stirvoy pfiiiors tlrnvvn.
IJImikii for Lttbur CtnitrnctR nntl other ImsiiicsH, of tlio ln(ct nntl most npiirovcd
formn, eotifllntilly ou linnd nml for nnle.
Otllco No. 1 ICnnlintnniiti Street, IlOiioliiln.
llosidoncn No. 1 1 1 King Slreot. lltiniticnH nltondod to nt cither OIllco or Itcsidoncc.
KM If RH
COLUMBIA RIVER SALMON
200 HALF BARRELS
IN riUMU CONDITION,
AX It FOll SA.K ltr
K- lnt E. P. ADAMS.
Invoices of New Goods
Just Ilecclvcd per ".Ella," nnd
For Sale at Reduced Rates.
A SPEOIALTV OP
CHOICE CALIFORNIA BUTTER
Ordcra from the other Islands faithfully at
IH7 Jm K' P. ADAMS, Honolulu.
rMii: -cxm:ii.si-i:is having nm'.x
m. appointed .Vsslunces for tlio Estate or W. L.
Davies, of llakiino, Islmd of Jliml, a oluntry bank
nipt, would hereby notify all persona huvlnc any pro
perty or rdi'cla belonulns to the raid Davis In thrlr
poseslon, lo deliver tliu s.imo to the undi-rai);ncd
ussl'jueeHOii or before the 15th tiny of July, ISNlj and
all persona Indebted to the mid Estnto to mako paj.
lnvnt of thu earns beforo tlio ciplrutlon of thonboie
date; olhcnvlso H will bu put In tho hands of aunt
torney for collection.
Honolulu, 3fay 7th, ltMil. no ot
MANUFACTURERS AND IMPORTERS
PARTIES IN HONOLULU
Or other parta of the Islands,
CAN IIAVB Til Kilt
Orders Filled at Lowest Rates
By apnllcatlun to Mr. K P. ADMIN. Queeu Street, wliu
luwouc Descriptive Oataloiuo with Prices.
ON HAND AT THE STORE OF I. W.HOPP
Blaok Walnut Bedroom Sets,
Black Wnlnat Mideboarda.
Jllnck Wnlttut DluinB Chain,
Oak Cane Heat Dining Chain,
Cedar Ilodroom Seta,
E. f. I0I1S, AGENT FOR THE HAWAIIAN ISLANDS
DON'T READ THIS !
Economy lit Wculth, Health Im Happiness,
BV THE STUDY Ol" fcCOXOMT I
lire like n lord-uuu of the Lords nf Creation A
MAN. To obtain all litis, hoard at the ' A
SCHOOL OF COOKERY RESTAURANT,
Klcliards Ht between Merchant mid Queen His.
AT rOCR DOLIJUU PER WEEK.
And juu will meet gnoil company and a hearty wel
Nne. AI.r-ltKl) II. HUUIIIITD.V.
M , 1'toprletor.
rpiIK 1IU8INKH8 COMMUNITY
X and the pulillcgsnf rally are Informed (bat 1 tare
succtled lu uiaklnjt arrtuitcmeuta with ti.mptnt lln
(ulsu. aud em iiok prepared to supply TnakeiA.
tia from or lu lbs liiullsh. lauxaaife, of either of the
Hawaiian, Froaoh, Oarwaa, IluJUa, f nam
tek, PoHtmaaex CkUtsM.
Ordrre attended lo with promptness. Accuracy vuar.
euttsJ, Xopyluif, Knictuseluic, and wtltlnc of ,,y o,.
fctlptlon done with pvatnesanr.d dispatch,
till tu 'r Miff w.is
& No. kaahmmnu Ht, llonululul
TO IaXABE. "
MTIIpftK VKKY DK8IltA11L:tim
I'reinlsee knowu as "ULUI.AM ' Knlao-H.
kakua. lately occupied by II. II. ., i")UT.""
mlatlnner. Jeme. Ilay WoJelioiise.Enj. 'I'helu Idln.
kav. iatv tw tboniiwhly painted. pl, i". ithe,.
Improved for the bentfll of the TenatTi. Uu,,I
toeet watec laid on, Wslde. ha n a "ludo with
aepulyofrood.wert. aud tlnou hMlUr w.! hleff
kapudllloa.aiid urunouueed by lira the best lie L..1
eu since tie lefLlCuvaiiJ. ""' " d
ar jiattlrulats, I mi Ire of
aii 41 tu
JAH. H. LKMUV.
TM CMe)VKs1e W TMIi MK4.-Kaatra.se
ltd scuHllaBiKirnu'i thl. .u.-riM f.,i,'.'(-
will UkUM by J. (J. Tuck.. il.VJ yjf.1 I'm
u..iM - "ir. ::r.T.v e-i
Huawlulu. June llth Ia
I at nreseut uiii k. J. . . ..
"TTTT. . ii'l'.Jl'lT" "tt itl
eos'.ss.li,, .,,V :i.v.,t ? "WM.
rv' so ss. aacaiaaiA
--.-.,, , ui particular
A. M. MELIiIS9
GOODS TO BE SOLD
25 per cent. Below Cost,
1'roUotm to takln? nccutiitt of Mtock.
TO PURCHASES OF .$5 Oli OVER
3 PER CENT. DISCOUNT.
READ PRICES REDUCED!
READ PRICES REDUCED!
Former prices pr yd Present prices pr yit
Muck Silks $ bo , f oo
IllackC'ns.lmcres, ass , j w
Illaclc SilkOrcnndtnc.... I T5 j no
Illuck Silk Ilnntlni; 1 50 j 05
lllack Alpaca TB Ml
Velour Poplin 125 , 100
Dcntelle, I)c Uon 175 , 125
All shades ol Satins 175 ; 125
Colored French -Merinos.. 160 1 00
LADIES' FUSNISHmo GOODS :
ntnhroldcred Uhcmlsca.. 3 25 ,. 1 to
Plain Chemises...., 1 00 65
Kmhroldered Skirts 3 W f ,.. j rjO
Gingham skirt 17.1 1 to
Summer Skirts 2 25 173
llaimornl Skirts 2 bO 2 00
Heavy Shetland Shawls.. 5 UO 400
Silk and Mohair Shawls.. 4 (JO .-., 8 60
Princess Jackets 2 60 1 50
Ladles' Corsets 2 60 ,,,,, 50
Ladloa I.aco Tic 160 , 100
Lndlus' Silk Tie 1 O0...t;... 73
Bargains in Homo Furnishing Goods :
Red Damask Tahlo Linen 1 60
tVlilto Damask Tablo Llneu I 25,.....,.,
Unbleached Damask Tahlo Linen 1 (W ,
Line Tom els, ,..,,..
White Marseilles Quilts, 10-4
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