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WEDNESDAY, NOV. 21. 188G.
A baik, nnnio not yet known.
Ugtno J 1) SpreoU-l for Sun Fraiicleo
Sclir Knwallanl for Koolau '
Tor Wind Win (I Poit, per Klnnu.
November 2:1 Vor the Volcano! Mr
Hilgfttock, Mi tubL'ock. Mr Uaiwaln,
O K Uaiwaln. For Ullo mid wnv
poi U : lion John W Knlua, Hon Frank
Pallia niul fmnllVi Ho" Pnttl Neumann,
MUs Mary Illtclicock, Eddie Hitchcock,
35 G Hitchcock. W A Unldwln, V A
Houghton, Aitbnr Johnstone, J t
Sneyd-Kviinorslcv and wife, Hey E S
Tltnoteo,'P Homer and wife. .T W Uol
vlllc. A .1 Hohoncr. Mr Pardee, F A
Autln, Mr Br ant, W do C
Kaniaioplll, E Lycan, 0
Babcock, J Bright, T E Ev
i costn, Jiater
h Wight, .1
au, J Cuh-
inirlinui. 1L Mackenzie and about 'MO
For Jfatil, per Ukellkc, November
23 A van Gravenineycr, Falber Tlico
ilorc, Sister Bonaventnra and two hls
ters of Mercy, Mr Foster and about 40
For Kauai, per Iwnlanl, November
211 Ed Maclle and bihle. .Judge J
Hardy, W E Kowoll. A Spencer, Kcv
J B HanalUe, Dr Campbell, O Scboltr,
R W T Purvis. 1. K Antlion, J Alupnl.
Walter Dole, Miss Mai Ion Dole, Mis II
Hletnenolinclder, E Hopko, Dr Uor
larid, Mr Thompson and about 175
For San Francisco, per J D Spreckels,
November 21 .1 P Riehaidon.
The schooner Nettlo Merrill Is laid up
for a general overhauling.
The schooner Lcaltl, after being thor
oughly coppered and caulked, was low
ered from the Mm lite Ballway this
morning. She will sail for Hmialcl
The bgtnc J D Spreckels was towed
to sea tills afternoon for S.ui Francisco,
with 840 bags of rice. 237 bbls of mol
asses and 200 bnebs of bananas. Value,
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk C O Whitmore, Thompson
Gerbaik Pacific, Oltinan
Brit bk W II Watson,
Brit bk Iron Crag, Jones
Brit bk E J Spence, .7 II Gill
Bktnc Kllkitat, Cutler
Bktne G C Pel kin", Ackcrman
Bktne Discovery, Lee
Bktnc Mary Wlnkelinan, Backers
Haw cehr General Seigel, from French
Frigate Shoals, due Nov 20-30.
Ger bark Hydra, from Hongkong, due
German batk Hercules, Schacfcr,
Balled from Liverpool, October 0th, due
Am bktne Amelia, Wm Newhall, from
from PorfcTowuscnd, W T, due Novem
Am bark Forest Queen, J C 31 Wind
ing, from San FrancUeo, due November
Haw brig Hazard, W G Goodman,
from San Francisco, due at Ililo, Ha
waii, November 24-110.
Haw bark Star of Devon. A Lovell,
from Faunlng's Island, due December
Haw schooner Malolo, J B Holland,
from Manlhiki, via Faunlng's Island,
due December 15-151,
Am bark Edward Kidder, from Port
land, Oregon, en route to Hongkong,
due November 12-10.
American bark Saranac, fiotn New
York, sailed July lath, due here Nov. 18
30, to Castle & Cooko.
Brit bark AV H Watson, from Liver
pool, sailed June 9th, duo here .October.
20th-Nov 1st, to Schacfer & Co.
Am bk Maltha Davis, F M Benson,
sailed from Boston August 7th, duo
December 1-20, to Brewer & Co.
Brit bark Glengaber, Kolleston, fiom
Liverpool, due here, Jan lo-ttl, to
Davles & Co.
Bilt bark Maltha, Fisher, from Glas
gow, sailed Sept !), due lere Jan 15-30,
to scnaeior a uo.
Brit bark Lady Lampsoti, Marston,
from tho Colonies, due hero in Fob, to
Brewer & Co.
Am bktnc S N Castle, Hubbard, from
Port Blakely, duo lleie Deu 15th, to
Castle & Cooke.
Am bk J II Bowers, now duo from
. mmm mm
In Honolulu, on November 23rd, to
the wife of J. F. Jordan, a son,
, LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
To-Monnow will bo Thanksgiving
Tun usual services at the Churches
Tun athletic sportB have been post
poned until Friday or Saturday next.
Mn. Lewis J. Levey's regular cash
Balo begins at 10 o'clock to-nionow
The Honolulu Hides diill this even
ing, pieparatory to tho competitive
drill on Satuiday next,
Tun Pacific Hardware Co. has 11
pretty display of silver ware, icceived
by tho Zcnlandia, in their stoio win
dows. -- ' -
Tin: next event on tho piogramnio
of Jubilee festivities, is thogiand
ball at lolani Palace, to-morrow
Mn, Mijler, tho well known cabinet
jnakor on Hotel Btieet, fell and
spriliiled his 'back hdmowhat badly,
A coi'MK in a hand cart, pushed
by a nativo, stopped in front of an
im town saloon, this morning, while
tho nativo went into the saloon to
amjjs Saunders beat fn, Howo
by 10 points, jp tho three-ball bil
liard match at McCaithyVi lt
evening. Tho highest run was 12,
nuulo by Howo.
Two women enteied into a equab
bio on Foit street last evening, in
true masculine style. They struck
each others face, and pulled each
other's hair, while the old until btood
by as a icfcrco.
Mns. I'crry litis u notlco In this lw
per, important to sportsmen.
As wo go to pi ops, ft bark
nnllcd 20 miles noitli-c.iBt.
Mil. Fislicl lias received 11 lot of
now goods by tho Zcnlandiii, us will
1)0 peon in his now advertisement.
A wnUi-KNow.v newspaper man
was K'on Ineaking Hlones on Ntiuaiui
load this noon, not from eonipiilbion,
but for tho purpose of moiling an
appetite for lunch.
DiAiur.H for the coming year ate
obtainablo at Sopot's, but will not
bo in a shoil time, at the lato
they aio disappcuiiug. If you
want 0110, liuny up.
It was loported on tho Btrcets this
morning, that lion. Chns. 11. Bishop
iiml Minister Mori ill arc going to
Washington to see about cerlain Ha
waiian aflairs. On empming of tho
piopcr person, it wusutceilained that
the minor has no foundation in
tiuth, and that Mr. Hilltop will be
homo in December.
Sobriety would seem to be 011 tho
advance, probably owing to the
superabundance of the pure liquid
element during the past few days.
No drinks, no Hues, no assaults, no
opium in possession, no commit
ments nothing except one remand
to the 27th instr., on the Police
Court record, to-day.
FROM OCEAN TO OCEAN.
An item in the Amherst, N. S.
Canada Gazette, states that the Rail
way lines are offering excursion re
turn tickets to British Columbia,
good for seven months, for 5101.
When the new line of steamers in
connection with the Canadian Pacific
Railway get running, Ilonoluluans
will probably be able to make sum
mer trips to Boston, at very little
more than it would cost them to
stay at home.
Mr. AVilliams, photographer, took
about GO instantaneous views of the
Jubilee leccption, tho Regatta, the
Procession, and the Luau. He is
mounting them, and will shortly
place them on exhibition. Yester
clay, while waiting for Their Majes
ties to leave the Palace, Dr. Brodie
mounted the stairs, and when turn
ing to see who was calling him,
was photographed by Mr. Wil
liams. The doctor was invited to
see the picture this morning, and
being pleased, laughingly ordered
several of them.
A BOARD MEETINC.
A Honolulu lady, who is a mem
ber of tho executive boards of
various local societies, has a family
of children, among whom is a little
three-year old girl. The child had
often heard her mother talk of
going to a board meeting, without
the remotest idea of its meaning.
The lady brought her little girl to
town, j'esterday afternoon, and
amused her by showing her the shop
windows. The child was delighted,
pointing to the different objects of
interest as they were passed, and
exclaiming, "This is a shoe store,
that is a picture store, etc.," until
they came to a lumber yard, when
she inquired, "Ma, is this the Board
Our repot ts of the legislative pro
ceedings of tho session of 1880 is
now published in book form, con
sisting of 744 pages, including a
comprehensive "table of contents,"
carefully prepared by a gentleman
who has taken a deep interest in the
work during its progress through
the press. These reports arc im
partial and entirely free from any
partizan bias. Tho book is on sale
at Mr. Sopor's (formerly Oat &
Co.'s), Merchant street, Mr. T.
G. Thrum's, Fort street, and the
Daily Bulletin Ofllce. The price
SUICIDE AT THE QUEEN'S HOSPITAL.
A Chinamen, named Dun Tai,
committed suicide by hanging, at
the Queen's Hospital, early j'ester
day morning. Ho had been under
treatment for fcver,for several days,
and was mending. The deed was
committed by hanging himself with
a piece of cord to the top of the
bedstead, inside tho mosquito curtain.
AVhen discovered, tho man was
warm and had been dead a very
short time. A coroner's jury, after
viowing the body mid examining
witnesses, arrived nt the verdict that
"the said Dun Tni camo to his death
from strangulation produced by his
own hand, while delirious from
fever, on tho 23rd day of Novem
ber, 1880, between tho hours of -1.
nnd G a. .v,
Tho luau, yesterday aftcrnpon,
was favored by pleasant weather,
which was highly appreciated after
tho week's rain. The guests began
to arrive at the scene of festivities a
little before two o'clock, and were
very graciously received by His
Majesty mid Princess Liliuokalani.
The feastimr becan shortly after
three. The tables were laden with
edibles mid drillkablqs pf almost
every mcnlipnabe description. Pro
bably not less than 15 hundred
guests partook of the feast, which
lasted from tho timo of commence
ment till the shades of night began
to gather. Ah tho guests retired
fiom tho tables, making room for
fresh relays, they wandered around
the grounds and through the Palace,
enjoying themselves. Tho affable
tlcMuicht of tho gltcBti by tho King
nildlioynl family, contiibutcil largely
to the pleasure of the occasion. Tito
jubilco lunu was a decided success.
uKronn judd c. .1.
In the cstato of Alina, deceased,
petition for probata of will. Mr. J.
A, Magoon for petitioners. Portly
heard and continued for the evi
dence of Kiiualu, 11 snbsciibing wit
ness to the will. The deceased was
lately teaident in Honolulu and the
estate consists mainly of a leasehold
interest valued at 81,000. Tho will
devises tho testator's property into
live equal parts one of which goes
to bis wife, his three daughters and
to CI1011 See, now resident In China.
In the estate of Wm. B. Wright,
deceased, petition for administra
tion. Ordered thnt temporary let
lets of administration issued to Hon.
W. C. Parke under SoOO bond. De
ceased was lately Superintendent of
the Hospital for Insane. So far
theie is nothing definite as to the
extent of deceased's piopetty. The
tempouuy administration is issued
to prevent waste and tho suspension
of the business of taro culture and
Kwong Fat vs. Papalkou Sugar
Company. Action for assumpsit in
the sum of 8397.50. The defendant
is a coiporation carrying on business
at Ililo, Hawaii. The case was
heard on defendant's motion for a
change of venue on July 20th, when
the motion was denied. It was then
stipulated that the jury be waived,
and the case heard in vacation. The
case was now partly heard, and con
tinued until the testimony of sev
eral witnesses at Ililo can be taken.
Hon. Paul Neumann, for plaintiff ;
Mr. AV. R. Castle, for defendant.
Drunkenness, Luhi, J. D
mid Lrrtckson, 86 each.
Affray, Keawc and Kiekie,
Having opium unlawfully in pos
session, Ah Tuai, 851.20 and hard
labor 20 days.
I. I. S. N. Co. vs. Pikake, Pika
and Punikala, dcscrling contract
sci vice; the first settled out of
court, with costs 82 ; the other two
ordered to return to employers,
costs, S3 each.
CHAfJCE Of LEVEL OF THE NEW ENG
In his report of the operations of
the geological survey during Sep
tember, Director Powell said that
while engaged in geologic work in
the Atlantic division Professor Sha
ler discovered a point of much inter
est in its bearing on the nature of
the recent changes of the level of
the New England coast. It is that
the rivers which How from south to
north have a great amount of
marshes in their valleys and hardly
a trace of alluvial terraces, while
the rivers which run from north to
south are not bordered with swamps,
and all have distinct terraces. He
offers as an explanation the theory
that the shore has all been tilted up
to the northward, thus partly de
stroying the drainage of the rivers
which How northwardly. AVashing
THE KIMBERLEY COLDFIELDS.
A telegram from Mr. Hare, Gov
ernment Kesidcnt nt AVyndbam,
dated October 14, and despatched
via Port Darwin, states: Tweed,
an old Queensland digger, brings
news that a 10oz. nugget has been
found. He reports that the diggers
are getting more gold than is gen
erally supposed. 500 worth of
gold was brought in last Saturday.
He says that the track from AVynd-
ham is 100 miles shorter and 100
times better than the Derby route.
Tweed has travelled by both routes.
He has lately seen a springcart and
one horse that brought 7001b. weight
up to, the fields from AVyndlmm.
This settles the nuostlon as to the
superiority of O'Donnell's track.
Tweed also brings information that
gold has been struck on tho Pan ton.
Diggers arc continuously coining in,
nnd me loading up for the wet
season. Prospecting parlies havo
gono up the Ord, Foirest and King
llivors in boats. A lode supposed
to be cinnabar, 300 feet wide, has
been discovered. Late reports arc
very encouraging. A party of men
found gold six and nine miles from
AVyndhnni, but not ns yet in pay
able quantities. The country is
being well prospected. Carr Iloyd
has brought in llcwt. of magnifi
cent quart., in which gold is plainly
visible. A reef has been discovered
about 220 miles from Wyndha'm.
lloyd is proceeding south by tho
Mr. J. O'Donuell has been most
successful in piloting and leading a
dray to Mount Barrett, nnd has re
ceived a testimonial from over CO
teamsters who started with him.
Better icports arc now coming from
tlio lields. A illoz. ntiKKPt la in 'tho
I bunds of
tl)o Qovcrnincnt Resident,
Cn.i' Hoytf left fpr Alclbournp
with 7owt, of quuitg showing goltl
iu the matrix. This whs taken from
n leader 4 feet wldo In Hall's Creek.
The oxodus from Wyndhain Is not
bo great. There are some 1,200
diggers still on the field. Tho re
ports of n rush to tho Lower Panton
have not been confirmed. Men are
still cautioned ngninst proceeding to
the diggings until accounts lmvo
been received after the rainy scasoji.
Greal distress prevails among tho
penniless pcoplo on tho diggings.
TUNNEL FROM SWEDEN TO DENMARK.
Alexander do Rothc, an engineer,
who has been working nt Panama
under M. do Lcsscps, lias presented
to tho Government of Denmark and
Sweden a project for a submarine
railway tunnel under the Sound be
tween Copenhagen and Malmo. The
tunnel is to have a total length of
12 klloinelcis. The ground to bo
woiked niucli resembles that in the
Channel between England and
France, and is said to offer no di
llleulty to the execution of the
work. The cost of construction is
calculated to amount to 30,000,000f,
orl,200,000. The Swedish Govern
ment takes a great interest in the
plan, while the Danish at present is
keeping somewhat back. Mr. dc
Rothc cntei tains a very sanguine
hope of a successful result of the
negotiations. Tho tunnel would be
of the greatest importance for the
future commercial connection be
tween Sweden-Norway, and later on
of Russia and the whole Continent,
ns laden railway wagons could then
run from the north of Norway,
Sweden, or Finland, down to the
south of I tiny.
SLEEPING UNDER THE CLOTHES.
There is reason to believe that not a
few of the apparenth unaccount
able cases of scrofula among child
ren proceed from the habit of sleep
ing witli the head under the clothes,
and so inhaling air already breathed,
which is further contaminated by
exhalations from the skin. Patients
arc sometimes given to a similar ha
bit; and it often happens that tho
bcdjclothcs are sojdisposcd that tho
patient must necessarily breathe air
more or less contaminated by exhal
ations from the skin. A good nurse
will be careful to attend to this. It
is an important part, so to speak, of
ventilation. It may bo worth while
to remark that when there is any
danger of bed sores, a blanket
should never be placed Jundcr the
patient. It retains dampness, and
acts ljke a popltiqc. Ncyer use.
anything but light woolen blankcls
as bed covering for the sick. The
heavy, impervious cotton counter
pane is bad, for the very reason that
it keeps the emanations from the
sick person, while the blanket al
lows them to pass through. Weak
patients are invariably distressed by
a great weight of bedclothes, which
often prevents their getting any
sound sleep whatever. Florence
I got rid of fleas
on my cat.-1" asks a subscriber.
Easy enough. Soak the cat in four
feet of water until the lleas rise to
the surface. Then bury the cat.
Burlington Erce Press.
McGarrigan (taking his first sleeping-car
trip, upper berth) : Hoy,
hoy, theyre! yez black divil, they
brcez a felly undhur me bed, I
A cottage-pudding isn't bad when
it does not consist of a squaio inch
of underdone cake drenched with
hair-oil. Boston Transcript.
THE new supply of Books, Diaries,
Stationery, Noveltief, Xuias Cards,
Toys, and Fancy Goods received by T.
G. Thuum per Zealaudia, will make
Santa Chilis' Headquarters the attractive
hpot of the city for old and yming, us
usual. 89 lw
TRY McCarthy's "Spanish Puff."
TELEPHONE for Ice Cream 1
X Mutual Co. IMS; Bell Co. 183. S3
DELICIOUS Fruit Ices and
liets ill lliu I'Jl.tl'K.
73 (J&5.00 ONLY is tho price
W lor 1 wo ualkms of any
rich und always fresh nindo Sttain Ico
Crcuni, guaranteed U be absolutely pure
or no p.iy nt the Pioneer Sieam Candy
Factory, Bnkuiy and Ice (.'ream Rooms.
Practical Conl'cei loner und Orna
menter, Hotel 8t Bet. Fort & Nuuanu
Ml Hawaiian und Bull Telephones,
No. 7-1, 40 tf
CAN Dl ESI Imported, flnnd
sw eet, jon'll find nt tlio El.lTK. 85
ICE CREAM of the 'urctUndRlch
cxi quality fmtn one quart to any
quantity upwards are ilelhercd packed
In Ice, fi om 11 o'clock a.m. to 0 o'clock
i' jr., free of cliargu to any part in Hono
lulu and suburbs by tho Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory and IJukcry.
CHRISTMAS and Nuw Year Curds,
nil nuw and of the voiy lutist do
Kijfiis, having been carefully sclictid by
out .mi-, 'i'. .1, iuub, wno nan jiih re.
Inn. eil fiuii) llio C'iKi. Cull iliriv at
King liiLB." Art Stoic. SO
CAKES! Fancy, plain and orna
tin n tul of c cry disci Iptinn always
on hand at the Ki.itv, on Hotel St, 85
"FilD you umtV Wo, I
or Ice Cream Hum at the Emtk I
Their Ice Cr.'inn is really delicious, nnd
eueli u nlcu cozy pluco they have! 85
I'AinoNiZB Homo Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. llingluy, Cigar
Manufacturer, nt tho CryHttd fjpdii
Woiks. whero lio is lirotmred to fill nil
oidcis nt tlio pyt posslbjo whole
sale jrjcen, Island orders solicited
and promptly filled, Tho attention
of dealers is tespeotfiilly invited lo
tho fact "no liconso is required" to
bell theso cigars. Do not forget the
name J. W. llingluy, nor the place
Crystul Soda WorkH, Hotel street.
l)it. Fijnt'h Hkaht Rkmkdy is u
fjpecillu for till forms of Heart Dis
easo and nlbo for Diseases of lfidnoya
and Circulation. Descriptive book
witli every 'bottle, llonson KmitU it
C6 Agents. ilW
63 and 65
Per Steamer Zealandia, a large assortment of
Which will be sold at MANUFACTURERS' COST.
ECS?3 We call special attention to our stock of Ladies' Silk
Gloves, Mitts, and over 100 dozen of the latest de-
signs in Ladies'
Boy's and Children's Clothing
Keineinliei", our Entire Stock most be closed out by
January 1st, 1887,
And tho Greatest IJai'gains over olFered at tlio
Temple of Fashion.
S. COHN & CO.,
Nos. 63 & 65 Fort Street, - - - Opposite Irwin & Co's
Corner of Fort & Merchant Streets,
JUST KKCMVED, THE FINKST LINES OF
Latest Styles and Novelties in Neckware.
Also, by repealed and special request, a Fiiuill imolec of the final Land-made,
Most Durable Gents' Shoes
Obtainable in the
Oail i netmaker
No. 03 Hotel street,
Opposite International Hotel,
Canes and Walking Sticks,
Made of ovcry kind of
rackclH, Cornices, Curtain Poles, &c.'
made ot the latest designs.
Wolfe & Company,
Grocery and Feed Store,
07 and CO Hotel street,
Fresh Orocerles and Provisions received
by every Steamer.
P. O. Box 1!!0, Hell Telcphono No.
310 Mutual Telephone No. 104.
The White House,
Wo. X18 Nuiiumi t$iriiit,
Iljnolulii, II. I.
Private Family Hotel; Terms Itcason.
able; Flrst-chibs Accommodations.
STEAM CAM FACTORY
F. HOUN, Prnclical Confectioner,
Pastry Cook and linker.
71 Hotel St. -XSJt2T Telephone 74
WENNER & CO.
NO. a l-CmT BTIU3BT,
Constantly on hand a large assortment
of every description of Jewe'ry, Witches,
Gold and Silver Plated Ware, &c.
A Live Morning Paper
"The Daily Herald"
Fifty Cents a Month.
!8 IMNUM' 140UAN, Propiletor. ly
Christmas Presents !
for the Holidays.
ETC , ETC.
Mer-IsM S. 1 Co.,
Tlie Best Route
to the World Renowned
Volcano of Kilauea
The new and ttaunch
Steamer W. G. Hall
Leaves Honolulu nt 10 o'clock a.u. on
TUESDAY, November 17th.
The steamer pastes along the entire
coast of the leeward side of HhwMI. af.
fording tourists a panorama of cliuriu.
ing scenery, and will slpp ut Kculske.
kuu Hay, whore suflicltut time in ullow.
rd to visit the Mouumenl of Captain
Tourists by this route reach Punaluu
at 5 o'clock on the day nftc- leaving
Honolulu, being only one night on the
vessel, .making tho entiro pussage in
smooth water. At Puniiluu there Is the
FINEST HOTEL ON HAWAII,
and from tlyjre tourists will be conveyed
by railroad to Palialu, thenco hy stage
conch to Half. way Houte, whore horses
nnd guides will be In attendance to con.
vey tlicm ta the volcano.
Tourists will have two nights and ona
wlioio day at tho. Volcano House.
Tickets for the round trip, $50, which
includes all expentei.
Apply to IIAHKY AHMITAQE,
Agent, ailWIUIams' Photograph Gallery,
Fort stri et, or at the office oj the I. T B.
N. Co., Esplanade. U70 0m
Ofilco 42 Merchant St, Honolulu.
Collector & Real Estate Agent.
IIIIIh autl llentM Collected,
Ural Kittate UoucUt and Maid,
All matters entrusted to me will receive
Mnint attention, aud returns
Now Photograph Booms.
i"WEH Nlchol'a More. Fort street.
J next the Bhootlnir Gallery. Pic.
I'oi trulls und Views. Flratolttis
feihu - r
EGAN & CO.,
The Leading Gents'
Clothing and Fur
BOOTS & SHOES
And a choice assortment of
Toys! Toys! Toys!
Jutt received ex "Zealenlla," at
J. T. Waterhouse's
FORT ST. STORE.
Having fecuicd tho Servicesof
Geo. G. Stratemeyer
we Jiro prepared to execute all
House or Sigfii
HONOLULU PLANING MILLS.
FOREIGN BIRDS, SHELLS
And Sundry Curiosities
J. T. WATERHOUSE.
H. Hackfeld & Co.
Havo just received a few more
C. E. FRASHER,
Hay, Grain, Etc.
Oil Cake Meal,
Order left at Ofllce, with N. P. Bur
gets, fc4 King Street, will bo promptly
attended to. Ctlly
S. M. CARTER,
on hand for sale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle Coal,
Hard and Boft Wood, Bawed and Split.
Bran, O its,
Orders are hereby aollcltrd and will
he delivered at un locality within the
3So. 8 KINO STREET.
Moth TelephoncM. 1M7. M
Haw'nCarnngeMnnf'gCo., o 90 100
a, O, Uall & ban, (nor Uiuo) 100
Hell Telephone, 'M
C. Brewer A Co., 101
Woodlawn Dairy, JMJ
Walluku Snar Co., 7
Star Mill. 0425
Reciprocity Buj-or Co., 80
Ice Company, a 87
Inter-Island S. N. Co., Q105
L. A "THURSTON, Block Biokei
38 Merchant Street. 1B1 ly
COTTAGE. TO LET.
AT No. 8 EMMA STREET.
nutre on tho premises
UAIT, U. WHITNEY
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