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Honolulu, llnwnllau islands.
Draw Exchange on the
Bank ol C'ultl'oruliu s. 1?.
And their agents In
NEW YORK, BOSTON, HONQ KONO.
Messrs N, M. Hotluclilld & 8011, London
Tlio CnraraorolHl llnuk Co., of byducy,
Tho Commercial lUnlc Co., of Sydney,
The Bank of New Zealunili Auckland,
Chrlstchurch, and Wellington.
The Bank of British Columbia, Vic
toria, B. 0., and Portland, Or.
Transact a General Banking Business
Pledgtd to neither Sect nor Part;,
Dot eiUMlilttd for the boncfit of all,
SATURDAY, MAY 20, 188G.
Wc arc not aware that thoro Is
any "Jobbery" in tbe proposal to
inako a permanent settlement on
Judge l'ornamler, or in the ease of
any other proposed permanent set
tlement. It may be true that " it la
well known in the lobby of the
House and upon the public streets
that the object of these pension bills
is to retire olllciuls from fat olllces,
with the bait of fat settlements, so
that the vacancies can be used as
political sinecures to cancel political
promises." But it is knowledge
which we do not possess. If "job
bery " of the nature indicated exists,
it certainly should be exposed and
killed. "We are quite sure that the
gentleman above mentioned can be a
party to nothing that is corrupt or
dishonorable, and we repeat our
former statement that if anyone in
. the public (service is entitled to a
permanent settlement, lie is. We
arc not prepared to say tho same
respecting every one on whom it is
proposed to confer a similar favor.
"With regard to the general principle
of pensioning employees of the
state, who have worn themselves
out -in tho public service, we con
sider it sound. Admitting that
there is force in the arguments
advanced on the other side, we arc
of opinion that reasons adduced in
favor are of gt cater force. Even
private corporations in some coun
tries have concluded that it is wise
and proper to pension old and faith
ful servants, and act accordingly.
Tho practice is quite common in
Great Britain aud some of her
THE FIRE AND THE WATER SUPPLY.
To a gentleman who met tue inn
ister of the Interior on the afternoon
of Sunday, Aprd 18th, soon after
the breaking out of the lire, that
olUcial is reported to have remarked
in substance, that there was one
fortunate clement in tho case, viz.,
that (here was plenty of xcaler.
From an account of tho fire, in tho
P. U. Advertiser of April 19th I
make the following extract:
"There was an abundance of
water during the entire lire, the only
mistake being made by No. 2 drawing
water from the Empire Hotel cistern
instead of from the city main, which
had to be ultimately done to keep
the cistern supplied. The Fire De
partment had the full supply of
Kapena Pool to draw from, and it
was not from lack of water at any
time during the day that the fire
spread as it did. The condition of
the pool was inspected after the fire
last night by Mr. J.H. Smith, Supt.
of Public "Works, and Mr. C. B.
"Wilson, Supt. of Water Works,
when it did not appear as if the
heavy and continuous drain for so
many hours had had any visible
effect in diminishing tho supply."
Substantially the same statements
were, if I mistake not, made at
other times and places. Notwith
standing these positive and circum
stantial assertions, emanating from
quarters which ought to be well in
formed, the simple fact is that so
far from there being "an abundance
of water during the entire lire,"
there was no time throughout tho
whole active stage of tho conflagra
tion when the Fiie Department did
or could obtain from the mains, the
quantity of water they needed and
could have profitably used.
How much this lack of water may
have had to do with tho .spread of
the fire, I will not undertake to say.
In tho light of investigation made
since that time it is certain that tho
department did not and could not
get, when it was most urgently
needed, such quantity of water aa
the engines were intended to throw
and are fully capable of throwing.
Our steam fire apparatus consists
of four engines throwing two streams
each, or eight streams in all. The
two larger engines llirow boveu
hundred and fifty gallons a minute
each, and the other two, about six
hundred gallons a minute each
total throwing capacity of the four
engine's, about twcntj'-soveii hun
dred gallons a minute. Any one
avIio will take the trouble to inquire
oan soon satisfy himself that at no
one time during the fire wcro tho
Hteamera able to throw these eight
streams, until towards its latter
stages, when No. 1 was stationed on
thootty ft oh nn A dnWU
from the hai bnr.
In view of the! Indisputable facts
it will be seen how unrounded was
the claim that there was abundance
of water, and how Inelevant was
any talk about the Fire Department
hating the whole supply of Knpeiia
Pool to draw fioin. It Is quite true
that they did have the whole supply
of Kapi'na Pool to draw from, and
in a somewhat similar sense they
had the entire contents of the
Pacific Ocean. But the ocean was
not quite near enough to be imme
diately available, though, as we have
seen, " water from the harbor was
ultimately nltilized in considerable
quantities before the fire was extin
guished, nnd Kapena Pool was
several miles further off thau tho
ocean. What was wanted was water,
and that in sufficient quantities, not
in Kapena Pool or in the sea, but
present and accessible In Hotel and
King aud Maunakca streets. It is
of very little use to have tho whole
supply of Kapena Pool to draw
from, unless wc have adequate means
provided for drawing it and getting
it where it is wanted, aud that is
just what was deficient on the occa
sion referred to.
The action of No. 2 in drawing
its water from tho Empire House
cistern, so far from being a mistake,
was in accordance with tho .standing
orders of the Chief Engineer that
whenever a fire occurred in that
neighborhood, water should be first
taken from this cistern, it being all
or more than all tho hydrant system
could do to supply the other three
engines. This cistern holds some
twenty to twenty-two thousand
gallons, and would therefore supply
one of the larger steamers in full
action for about half an hour. On
this occasion, although a stream of
water from the main was constantly
running into the cistern through an
opening 1$ inches in diameter, one
engine emptied it in less man two
hours. The cistern at tho corner of
Hotel and Fort streets is supplied
direct from tho main, by a pipe
three inches in diameter; and yet
this thi eo inch pipe only delivered
water into the cihtern about as fast
as one engine drew it out.
An inadequate supply of water
for the efficient woi king of the en
gines, such as was experienced on
the afternoon of April 18th, might
be due to any one or two or all of
the following causes : 'Vrvrt A lack
of water at the source of supply ;
Second Insufficient pipes for con
veying the water to tho place of use,
and Third Hydrants or taps too
few in number or too small in calibre
to deliver to the engines the required
quantity. Assuming, in the ab
sence of any evidence to tho con
trary, that the result of the examin
ation of JCapena Pool on the night of
the file was as reported, the first of
the above-named possible causes for
the deficiency may be dismissed
from consideration. The other two
causes, viz. : insufficient mains and
inadequate fire plugs, appear to
have both contributed to the result,
1 although the latter was probably the
more important factor. This opinion,
which any intelligent person would
arrive at as the result of an inde
pendent inquiry, is fully confirmed
by the committee appointed to in
vestigate and report upon the fire
aud matters connected therewith.
In their report, under date of May
, they use tbe following langu
age: "As to the water supply:
The water mains on Berctania, Ho
tel and King streets are too small to
supply the steam, fire engines now in
use, and the lire plugs are wholly
inadequate, being only 1J inches in
Tho above conclusion, though
strictly correct, requires some ex
planation. Taking tho figures as
they appear, they involve certain
seeming contradictions. The fire
plugs deliver water to the engines
through an opening lj inches in
diameter, and tho engines discharge
it in two streams cacli 1 inches in
diameter. Now, an opening of
inches diameter has an area and
conscnuentlv a capacity for dis
charging water nearly three times as
great as has one of 1 inches. Yet
a plug of tlio dimensions naraeu is
declared by the committee to be, in
their own words, "wholly inade
quate" to supplying an engine
throwing only two such streams.
Tho explanation of this apparent
discrepancy lies in the different
pressures under which the water is
forced through theso respective
openings. The quantity of water
passing through any given opening
depends not merely upon tho size of
that opening, but also nnd equally
upon the rapidity with which it
Hows. Arithmetically, the matter
may bo stated thus: the amount of
water which will pass through a
given opening is equal to tlio area of
the opening multiplied by the rate
of tho flow. Thus if tlio area of the
opening is five square inches and the
water is flowing through at the rate
of twenty inches per second, tho
quantity of water passing will bo
ft x 20 100 cubic inches per
second. This is perfectly plain and
equally evident, I think, is theaddi
tloimf fact that the rapidity of tho
How will depend on tho amount of
pressure which is behind it. Whether
this pressure is natural, that is duo
simply to the head of water, or Is
nrodiiccd bv tho powerful force
pumps ot a
steam firo engine, is
As a' matter of fact, the pressure
at wjiich the mains supply water to
the englncd Is only about one-fifth
at that at which tho engines delivor
it from their pumps. At the foot
of Nuuaiiu street tho lowest point
on thi InrgMi irmt(irthti pnur I
Is uuout unity pounds to tue men,;
while the prexsurv at which the en
gines deliver it is one hundred and
fifty pounds to the Inch. This pres
btiie, which is obtained with eighty
pounds of steam, is what is com
monly used at the dcpaitiiicnt drills.
At a llro wheio tiio need is urgent,
this pressure will, If tho supply of
wuter is sufficient, be can led up to
one hundred and seventy-five or
In view of these fact9 it is easy to
understand why ono engine emptied
the Empire House tank in less than
two hours, notwithstanding that
receptacle contained twenty thou
sand gallons and was being con
stantly fed by a pipe whose capacity
was nearly fifty percent greater than
the united capacity of the openings
by which the engine discharged.
Equally plain is it why a three-inch
pipe only supplied tho cistern at
Fort and Hotel streets with water
about as fast as ono engine drew it
out, although tho capacity of a
three-inch pipe is about three and a
half times as great as both the aper
tures through which the engine was
Archbishop Gibbons of Baltimore
has been elevated to the Oardiuiilatc
by the Pope.
A bill in retaliation for tho recent
action of the Dominion of Canada
in excluding United State vessels
fioin certain privileges in Canadian
ports, was reported from the Coin-
mittee on Commerce, authorizing
the President to issue a proclamation,
whenever he may deem proper, deny
ing to vessels of foreign countries
such privileges as aie denied in such
foreign countries to vessels of tho
United States. Tho bill was niudo
general, so as to apply to all foreign
After months of search, Professor
Jonathan Emery of William and
.Mary College has discovered the
aerolite which fell in .Washington
county on September M, 188."). It
was found imbedded deep in the soil
on Frederick Miller's farm, two miles
north of Claysville, Pcnu. Professor
Emery cays it is tho largest aerolite
on leeord, and weighs fully 200 tone.
Its composition is chromium, nickel,
aluminum, copper, magnesium and
The I louse Committee on Public
Lands will loport favorably the bill
prohibiting aliens from acquiring
public lamlH in the Tciritorics.
It is rumored that the United
State despatch steamer Tallapoosa,
auchoicd oil' Stuten Island, is detail
ed to carry despatches between the
Cabinet at Washington and the com
manders of the war vessels that have
been ordered home, should there bo
trouble in Canadian fishing waters.
General Muster Workman Powdcrly
of the Knights of Labor, acting un
der the authority vested in him by
the Gcncial Executive Board, has
issutd a call to the various assemblies
of the older for a special session of
tho General Assembly, to be held in
Cleveland, O., on Tuesday May 25th.
The causes leading to this calling of
tho session are given as follows :
First Tho rapidly increasing
membership of tho older lequires
changes in the lawn which the (Jen
cial Executive Board have no author
ity to make.
Second Tho laws in relation to
the government of boycotting are
wholly inadequate to compel obe
dience on the part of assemblies that
bt)lie e in boyeot ting for overy oflenso,
whether great or small.
Third Tho laws in relation to
strikes do not givo tho General Ex
ecutive Board power to interfere in
such matters until after tho strikes
have been inaugurated. The order has
become involved in diflloultics with
trade societies, and an effort is being
made to create a rupture between tho
societies and the Knights of Labor.
Tho secict ciicular issued to tho
Knights takes occasion to rebuke tho
tendency to drunkonuess in some
quarters, and adjuies tho lnembors
to forswear the intomperate uso of
intoxicants. Ho leads quito a tem
perance lectuie, pointing to tho fact
that drunkenness is a gicat incentive
to liotous methods of attempting to
gain a given point. Ho doprecates
all talk of tho use of violence and
illustrates the many abuses to which
tho boycott is put. "I hato the word
boycott," ho says, and he forbids its
use, except as a last icsnrt, apd tben
only upon the consoitt of tlio Geii
end Assembly. Powdeily then an
nounces that liorealtorho will recolvo
no committees and answer no letters
addressed to him ponding tho hold
ing of tho meeting at Cleveland.
111b mail, ho says, contains -100 letters
daily, and he has 2,000 on bund that
aro not and novor will bo read. Ho
must have time, ho says, to perfect
his plans for tho good of tho ouler.
The Assombly will bo in many ro
spoote tlio most important meeting of
tho oider that has boon te)d, It js
expected that many radical changes
will bo made in tho Constitution and
tho general government of tlio order,
In pqoor4an,Qt with tftu tuition of
the Wholesale Clothing Manufac
tures' AeEOciation of Chicago, a
gigantic lockout was inaugurated on
tho 13th. All the manufacturers
notified their cutters that for the
present no further work would bo
given out. By thi act.ou nearly
30,000 men and women have been
cut off from employment. A com
mittee of middlemen called on tho
leading wholesalers to see if somo
compromise could not be reached,
but met with no encouragement.
Somo of tho wholesale firms have as
much as ten days' cutting on hand,
but say that to yield to tho demands,
which they figure out as ranging
from 35 to 50 pcreont advance, would
be suicidal. Tho middlemen will
hold a meeting to take action con
cerning the dilemma in which they
aro placed by the wholesalers, lockout.
At Chicago, on tho 10th, all the
railways resumed operations, and
were accepting and caring for all the
freight ottered without limit. All
the sash, door and blind factories
started up on the eight-hour basis
aud nine-hours' pay.
There was no attempt to resume
operations in the West .Side lumber
district on the 11th, aud tho S,()00 or
10,000 men employed in the yards
and planing mills wcio idle. The
yards in tho north and south divi
sions of tho city aud at the South
Chicago yards and planing mills
have resumed on the old basis of
ten-hours' work and ten-hours' pay.
The metal working establishments
opened again with large working
forces. As a class the furniture
workers constituted the only ones
holding out for eight hours.
A general strike of switchmen has
been inaugurated at Indianapolis,
because non-union men weie em
ployed by tho Vandalia Kailro.ul.
The talk of tho day in Paris is an
article in tho "Journal des Debuts"
on tho strained relations between
Franco and Germany which are de
clared to havo existed eince the death
of M. Ferry. Tho "Journal des De
bats" declared that tho unfriendly
feeling which Prince Bismarck enter
tained for England while M. Ferry
was in office is now directed toward
Franco. Tho hostile sentiment, tho
writer says, is shown in tho result of
the Greek difficulty, in which Bis
marck has been all along bent on
making France futilo in her diplo
macy in foreign aflairs when she is
acting alone and without the aid of
Piussia. The "Journal des Debats''
refers to the persistent attempts of
the Gorman press to represent France
us ready for war with Germany at
tho first provocation, to the exces
sive importance attached in Germany
to tho book "Avant la Bataille," and
to the presence in the British foreign
oflico of the personal friends of Count
Herbert Bismarck and Earl Kose
bery as strong indications of the
phil-Anglican and anti-French feel
ing of tho German Government and
The Popo has consented to bo the
godfather of Queen Christina's child.
A Zurich mob made an attack on
a Salvation Army meeting and de
molished the building in which the
meeting was being held. Several
persons were injured.
SLOOP AT AOCTION.
On MONDAY, May 31st,
At 12 noon, at tho PISII MAItKET
WIIAltF, I will sell at public auction,
A Very Fine Sloop,
all complete and in good condition. At
the same time, u very iiirgo and
INTew Iisli Wet.
J. LYONS, Auct'r.
All Special Orders
II, Butter or Cream
at DAVIS &, WIUJER'S
phono 180; any tuoinlui;
will bo tilled with reasonable
promptness by the
Wood I awn Dairy &. Stock Comp'y,
41 A. L. BMITH. Beo'v. lm
Attention Honolulu Rifles.
Ahmouy Honolulu Hiklks, )
Honolulu, Jlay 28, 1880. J
Company Orders No, 0,
I'.very member of tills Com.
inaml Is hereby ordered to re
port at tho Armory mi 8ATUH.
DAY Ai'TKHNOON, May stlth,
at 2 o'clock bhurp, in FULL
UNIFORM, for tho purposo of
limine; uti esort to the G. A. R.,
and also to decorate tho graves
of our deceased comrades.
IJyordor, OEO. MoLEOD.JJ
10 Captain Commanding.
PIGS FOR SALE.
A FEW CHOICE Pinal!
PIGS, fit for roasting.
Alo, a few choice Duroc
l'lgs, for breeding pur
poies. Apply at
40 lm LUNALILO HOME.
r"0 tlieCnililur-or tlio Bu.k-upl Est
JL uiti- ol I. A A.NI; I.M., in o
until el 'Unit ilii! umli-ixlgii'-il, ini.igm.u
of tlio l-Mule of I,. .A. Aiidnw-, u
liiuikiu,i, li s, pit punitory to Id lliwl
iiuvntim mid divlicnd, siiliii.li'Ctl III
aroniinii lit ii'li u-dlgnio unit lllud ilie
iime Lofoie tluii. L. Mi Cully, JiMlce
of the Mipieiiiei oiiil, ut lilii cimtnbu s,
to wliom lie will uiily at 10 o'clock
on WtiWXr-SH Y the Mil day "I June,
I8S0, lor u sultluiiiL'ili of hmIiI account
and lor u dbclni go troni nil ll'i Dili w
suclia It'll e, aiid fornii urdcr lotniikuu
ilii.il ilHl H nd. mid thai mi) nrion in
terested ii. nv then and thcr up n-nr nnd
contfft the tame. V. C. I AHKE,
Honolulu, May 21), 1830. 41 4t
Bug to Inform the Public In general
ttuit he lias rcccivtd un
of Ladies', Gents' and Children'
Boots, Shoes &
Annual Meeting: Notice.
rpin; Annual Meeting f tlio ItrltlRh
X Benevolent Soclc'v will ho held at
the BrltUli Club on THI'IWIUY, .lutio
Unl", ut 7:U0 i-.m.
.IAS. A. KESNKDY, Sce.'y.
Honolulu, .May 87, 180. iWlli wit-Ui'tU
"Wanted to .Let,
9 N1CKI.Y FUUN'lblllOl) BOOMS,
jU one of which ln handsome I irjje
front room, to lie vacant on the 5th of
novt month Slay he second bv cillhif,'
early at MRS. McUONNEU.V,
88 tt No. 4 U aid en Lane.
AHOY to attend Qaideu work, chan
Hor'c and Bitfii. , and drive a
little. A puid homo oileiul, anil $ 1U a
month. Apply to J.K.WISEMAN,
311 Qi'ii'l Husine-" Aguit.
IN consequence of having been burned
out I beg to notify my friends and
tho public In general, that I have re
moved to 10G NuuaiitiMtrcct, next to the
Commercial Hotel. Coffee and Lunch
at all hour, as before.
322 lm THOMAS MULDOON.
UOKG YUEN YORK KEE of Ho.
nolulu, Oalm, having mide nn
assignment of all their properly, clc, to
the uiideisipnerl for tho benefit of their
creilltorH, notice Is hereby given to nil
per.-mi-I" present their claims against
tho said Qtioug Yueu ork Kee wlihlu
ono mouth iroin date to M. Louiidou, at
thrf oflico of M. S. Orlnbiuim it Co.,
Uonolulu, nnd all pcrtons indebted t"
siid Quong Yuen YoikKconiu hereby
nquested to iimku immediate payment
titlieunderMgiu'd. M LOUliSON,
Assignee of Quung Yuen York Kee.
Honolulu, May S4, IfcSO 8C lw
''pilE nbove lteidencc of Mr. Theo.
Jl 11. Duvies, comprising 4 uciej
of land, and
2 Complete Houses, '
which will bg let separately or together.
2f" Very liberal termi will be oiler,
ed to good tenants. Apply to
33 lm 'I'HEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
rpHE NEW METHOD of mnkine; Pol
JL out of Tni'O Flour has reduced
the time from 2 hours to only 1
hoar. The old method of rooking It
in a hag has been liHcnrilcI. Th"re
U no nncil of Iiiiilcliiic n Itro
Mpeclnlly ltir tlio purpose,
hut it can bo cooked ut the same time
tbut the oi-diuui-y mcnl is boing
Take an agato Iron or porcelain lined
saucepan, nnd pour into it ono part of
Taro Flour to two parts of water. Mix
well and be sure there are no lumps.
Place tho Fauccpin over a good tiro and
stir the flour and water with n wooden
spoou or stick until It becomes thick,
which will take from U to 5 minutes,
nccording to heat employed. After It
is thick occnMonnl thorough stirring it
necessary, adding a little warm water
Irom time to tinm to prevent lis getting
too thick. Let It simmer fni nearly un
hour and bo almost as BtlfT aa palul
that is, quito thick. Put It into a cala
bash or large bowl, and let it stand
from two to three days, when it will be
come nice and tart.
Should tho Pol show a tendency to
become cloggy or lumpy, it cun easily
bo remedied by smoothing down with a
potato masher or wooden spoou.
Persons profening sweet pol will find
that by cooking tho flour according to
the above instructions while preparing
their evening meal and letting it stand
over night it will he in proper condition
for uso on the following morning. 38
Just reel lvcd, per Zeahitu
dlu, uml for sale by
Queen Street. lm
AT a special meeting ot the Hawaiian.
Carriage Manufacturing Co. held
this day, E. O. SOHUMAN was elected
Sepretnry and Treasurer In placo of
Thos, S. Douglas resigned.
K. Q. SOHUMAN,
Seur'y Hav,n Carrlago Jlauf'g Co.
Honolulu,'May 3rd, 1680. U18
DAViS & WiLDtR,
IM OKI hits AND DKAI.l lt- IN
Slajle & Fancy Groceries, Profiuco, Provisions k M,
Havo XCucclvod, pet AuMtrnlliu
California Fresh Fruits, etc., etc,
Season now eon m-ticlng with Chenle, to Ira fol'oucd by Apricots, IVnclics,, .
Plums, P.'Mih, G'iiii", Nectarines. Apple, etc. A's , fain. He h Uoll
Butter, Fresh Salmon, P. k ' od. Smells, Flounder, O.leiy,
Cauliflower, etc , etc.
AVoodlawii Dairy Butter, 1-lb. Bricks, 05 cents each, "'
Other Island Dairies, BO cents per lb.
E5T" l'osscfslug exceptional advantages In having a Iefrlertnr of superior
opacity, Inlllt eMHcliilly for tlio purpoic of preserving fresh and sweet tile varh
ous delicacies with which our patrons aio supplied, wo claim for our Butter tho
first reputation in the local markot.
A Complete .Line of
Fresh Groceries, Table Delicacies, etc.
Bran, Oats, Corn, Barloy, Wheat, at lowest market rates.
Bpeclnl care given to tho filling of Island orders. Fruit shipped, to the other
Islands during tho senon. Dallv deliveries to nil parts of the city.
Wnlkiki nnd the Valley.
I?. O. Box 435; 33tli Tel., 130.
JUST OPENED UP,
A FINEIilN OF
Jersey Waists from $2 to $8;
Jersey Cloths in all Shades;
Ladies' Unt rimmed Hate, the latest Styles;
Ornaments, All-Over Laco,
And a Fine Line of Trunks,
TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Ol and 63 ITox-t Street.
We uio pleased to announce the arrival of our Immense laige Invoice of '
Dry Ms, Fancy Goods, Laces, Rlon,
Clothing and Gent's Furnishing Goods,
and nro now ofleiing unprecedented and unrivalled Bargains in all ourdepartm'ts.
Letting Down the Price.
Just received, 100 pieces of very lino Victoria Lawn nt $2 nplrce, 10 yard's? a very
lurge ubtnrtnient of new Spring stjlos in Lawns, 4-4 Ratiste. Sateens, plain
figured and brocaded, white Pique and a full line of Drets Goods., the latest out.
Luce Boucle, Ladies' Tricot; Oloth
in nil the new shades; 40 doz Ladies Lisle Thread Hoic nt 40 cents,
the best value ever ollercd.
Just received, all the latest styles in Boys and Children's Suits; Great Barguins,
Boys Bluo Flancl Sailor Suits at 2.00 a Stilt. Just received, dtrect from
Lais', Men's, Misses' and Children's Sloes,
which we offer at bcd-icck prices.
295 s. COHN & CO., Proprietors.
LADIES' BAM, 88 FORT STREET,
BARGAINS, BARGAINS, BARGAINS !
Ladles are requested to call and examine my
IVe-w Stock o Millinery- Goods,
just received, ex Zealandia, amongst which aro some of the
N owe at and Latest Styles of Hats, Italian Del Monte,
In fancy mixed Shell Braid and White Chip and Lace, fancy mixed Dlxey and
Qreyslone, Leghorn Laurel and Arno, &c, &c.
Feathers, Plumes, Flow ere, Ornaments, Laces, Velvets and Plushes in great
variety; also, Straw Trimmings.
All Work Guaranteed and at the Lowest Possible Prices.
MRS. J, LYONS, Proprietor.
Vniellue C'amplior Ice,
Vakollne Cold Cream,
A'n'Jjllno Hair Oil, '
Vanellue Heivlns Machine Oil,
Hollister & Co., 109 Fort Street.
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