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THUKSDAY, MAR. 21. 1887.
RnsMan man-of-war Vitiaz, 15 days
from Marquovio Islands
Sphr Kanlkcamill from Kohahi
Stun- O It Bishop frmn Kuiial
Sell Kaiillluii from Walaimo
Sulii Maun from Ilonomu
Sclir Wallelefioin Ktiau
bclir Eliukal from Kuan
IJI; PaUeMOii for San i iuiicUco
Sclir Hera for San i rnncl'-eo
Stinr U It lllliop for Lahalna at 1 p in
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
llktne Eureka for San I'rauclseo
For San Francisco, per sehooiipr
Hera, Mar 21th Mrs O l'nitt and child.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jtlslinp 2,5)15 blips sugar
Sehv Wallclc-1,10:) bags sugar.
Sclir KntilllHn l,:iC:J bags sugar.
Schr Elnikai 7(10 bags sugar.
Sehr Ivaulkeaoult '.',100 bags sugar.
Schr Maua 1,500 bags sugar.
The schooner lleia departed tills
afternoon for San l-'inneNeo, taking
11,0 15 bags of sugar, weighing 1,001,832
lbs, and valued at 8:)8,82l.7i.
Tho bark 1'atteri.on sailed this after
noon for San Fr.meNco, with ir,lll
bags sugar, and l,-10O bags i lee, valued
at S85,'JU."i. i
(ho probably look the reporter (or a
mule) and ho used it when hia horse's
tooth becaino too tharp to grind
properly, unci it proved very cJIectivo
Jilt. Lewis J. Levey will hold his
regular cash Bale, to-morrow, ul 10
A. m. nt which choico imported fowls,
good enrriago horse, perlmnery,
essences, etc., will bo ofl'ered.
Whim: tho salute was being fired
this morning from the lliissiiin man-of-war,
news was received nt this
ofllco by telephone, that the man-of-war
bombarded II. II. M. 8. Kiini-loull
A squint nt tho Costnornma this
morning discovered .a number of In
teresting local pictures. Laupa
hoelioe, the reception of His Majesty
on November 10th nt the Palace,
whh familiar faces coii9puciously
shown, views of tho late Qucon
Emma's funeral, of tho Inst com
petitive drill, an cx-oorpcral of tho
Honolulu Killea greatly out of
order, huhv dancing (luring tho
recent festivities, His Majesty and
staff nt the Palace entrance, and a
number of other photographs wcro
among those seen. The Cosmo
rnma will be taken to Hilo next
VESSELS IN PORT.
Bk Kalakaua, Armstrong
Bk Martha Fisher, Bueklii
Bktno Eureka, Mover
Uktne Mary Wliikelmau, Blake
Brig Alllu JJowe, Phillips
Ger bk U K Illihop. Welters
Tern W S Buwne, Paul
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Tub Vitiaz is a formidable-looking
Tin: bark Kalakaua is to bo sold
by tho Marshal on tho 0th of April.
A .Tapanksk cook can learn of a
job, by calling at the Uui.um.v ollice.
The armory of tho Honolulu Rillcs
will bo lighted by electricity on Fri
for iv foot race
Jenks and llice.
linvo been mado
Tiiiikc good carpentoirf can find
immediate employment by applying
nt Major Guliek's agency.
Mn. Goo Kim is fitting up an ollice
in tho rooms lately vacated by Mr.
Thrum's book bindery, Fort street.
Tiik officers of the Ituesian Man-
of-war will probably bo presented to
Hits Majesty at tho Palace, to-morrow.
A-NATivi: prisoner seemed to take
great delight in tearing the mouth of
a liorso which ho was driving, with a
bit, on King street, this morning.
Anothi:k new member was elected
into tho Honolulu Killes last evening.
Tho company will drill this evening,
when every member must bo present.
"It costs no moio to ride in a good
carriage than it docs in a bad one,"
so sayn tho Honolulu Carriage Com
pany, corner of Fort and Merchant
Tin: Popular Millinery House, No.
104 Fort street, N. S. Sachs, pro
prietor, had a magnificent display of
new goods to-day, and a steady stream
Gi:o. Wilson has withdrawn from
tho United Caniago Company, and
established himself, horse, and car
riage, at tho coiner of Fort and
' Merchant streets.
PERFUME FOR THE MILLION.
Messrs. Ilollistor & Co., Drug
gists and Tobacconists, Fort street,
have about doubled their advertising
space in to-day's Mui.i.kiin, and out
lined a variety of perfumes, just re
ceived and for sale. The theory
that "when business is dull adver
tising will improve it," appears to
lie endorsed by this firm. Another
sound doctrine in connection with
advertising is, that "advertisers
should nvoid misrepresentation, but
having tho goods, should make
known the fact far and wide among
the public." Ilollistcr & Co.'s
business has been long established,
and experience has taught the com
munity that what their advertise
ment says can always be relied upon
as correct. This new advertisement
specifics quite an assortment of
choice nci funics which arc offered
at reasonable prices, and may be
purchased by tho bottle retail, or in
larger quantities wholesale.
A DEAD RAT.
A medical gentleman gave n bit
of his Honolulu experience, last
evening. The doctor was having a
house "repaired and fitted up for his
abode and ollice, the other day.
lie entered a back room, to see how
work was progressing, when he was
nearly floored by a suffocating
stench. Boss, said the M. D. to
the foreman carpenter, there's a
dead cat or rat under the house, and
you must take it away u you uavo
to tear up the whole floor. The
doctor walked out into the yard and
carefully proceeded to locate the
smell. To his amazement he could
detect no vulgar scent out there, but
on entering the house again it struck
him with violent force. Boss, again
said the doctor, you need not tear
up the lloor but if you'll take away
that carpenter's shoes, you'll take
away that dead cat.
Antone Severin, finisher at Wil
liam's photograph gallery, came near
cutting oil tho end of one of his
fingers the other day, while trim
A wiiisi-Kit from CharloytluTlook
nut at 0 o'clock this morning said
that tho J. 1). Spreckels was hull
down and S. N. Castle was 10 miles
S. E., bearing north.
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Two enormous gutivas, grown in
a Honolulu back ynid, nnd a magni
fied Honolulu ilea, that looks like a
sea-serpent in agony, are among the
curios to bo Mion ut Hewctt's.
A i.Anai: photograph of Mr. Hart
lott, manager of tho Hawaiian Hotol,
is on vioV at Williams' gallery. Mr.
Hartlott, in tho picture, looks very
life-like, with the natural smilo there.
GlOAit and cigarotto holdois aro a
nt-nminniit lino ill Ml'. Nolto'H HOW
stock of smokeis' inntciinl, Ho lias
them in all bhapes and sizes, and
mado of all kinds of substances. The
taste that cannot bo battled, must
bo peculiar indeed.
Yi:sti:iii)AY, while a native express
carriage was coming down Fort
street, tho liorso stumbled, nndono of
tho reins broke oil' within a ynid of
tho bit. Luckily tho animal was ol
tho plug species, and stood still wlion
tho driver yelled whon.
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Tin: whaler Francis Palmer, F. A.
Barker muster, nriivcd oil' pott last
evening liom San Friuicii-co, via
Maria Island. Sho left San Franofcco
on January 11 and Maria Ibland on
Feburiiry 17th. Sho has 20 barrels
of spoiin oil which t-lio will take
north with her.
A di:ntai. surgeon showed a Hum.i:
tin reporter a two-prong iron fink
tiiis moining, asking at tho same
time if ho (tho doetoi) could have tho
pleasure of iiuing it on tho suiibo.
The doctor mid it wnH a liorso file,
THE RUSSIAN WARSHIP VITIAZ.
Tho Russian man-of-war Vitiaz,
arrived this morning, 15 days from
the Marquesas islands. Tho Vitiaz
is a bark-rigged vessel, carrying 11
guns and 814 men. The following
is a list of her officers:
Captain S. Makaroff, Aid-de-Canip of
Commander A. Wirenlus.
IJeuttnanti JeoUli, Wusslllieff.De Bil
baso, Hranser, Paroinensky, Knebush.
Sub-Lieutenants Mltseoff. Mctsi hnl
kol'f, l'rhico Mnksutoff.Kcrber, Prince
Scliaeliowskau, Seaoeltz, Pasanoff,
Prln e Uehtoniskv. Kebolsln.
Mtviiraiiou Officers Lieutenant ltos
nnotf, Sub-Lieutenant Ugumuoff.
Chief Engineer Sagouleff.
Eiiffimefs Obnoraky, Pokrowsky, nnd
The Vitinz, after anchoring in the
htream, saluted tho Hawaiian Hag,
and received J. F. Hackfeld, Esq.,
acting Vice-Consul for Kussla on
board with due honors. The Vitiaz
will sail again on Saturday next, for
MUTUAL TELEPHONE CO. MEETINC.
Pursuant to notice, a special
meeting of tho stockholders of tho
Mutual Telephone Company was
held at 10 o'clock this morning, in
tho company's building, at tho
corner of Merchant and Alakea
streets. Hon. II. A. Widemann,
President of the company, presided.
Between (10 and 70 stockholders
were present, representing, of their
own and by proxy, oyer two thou
Tho calling of shares, to ascertain
if a quorum were present, occupied
consideinbie time. Tho point being
s-ettlcd in tjio nlllrmativc, the busi
The Secretary, Mr, Jaoger, read
the minutes of previous meeting,
which were approved without question.
The President called upon Mr. II.
Mnefiirlnuo to read tho Auditor's rc
poit, which after reading was ac
cepted and placed on flio. Follow
ing is the repoit:
To the President and Directors of
tho Mutual TclephoncCoinpanyj
(en(le.nieii:l beg to hand you
herewith my report upon tho condi
tion of the hooks of tho Mutual
Telonlmiio Co.. (havinc examined
them from tho dute of tho Com
pany's organization) and which in
brief is as follows:
Cuh loo:. I lmvo checked
every item therein charged and
find accompanying such charget a
proper voucher, and all footings and
extensions were found uoireet. 1
find that of the Capital Stock say,
$50,000, there has been sold as re
presented by four different assess
ments on the books 882,000, leaving
a balance unissued of 317,040. The
disbursing of the monies eo received
is duly ncconntod for ami vouchors
for same, arc in the hands of tho
Journal and Ledger. Entiics in
these books have all been found iii
order, the Ledger balancing.
Time and Labor Hook. The
amounts paid out for labor and
salaries have had tho approval of
tho General Superintendent, and
agree with tho amounts charged
to labor account in the Cash Book.
I havo suggested to your Treas
urer that the timo of both operators,
and outside labor be entered upon
one book, instead of two as is tho
practice now, as it will facilitate
very much the checking off of labor
account. Tho statement of assets
and liabilities as presented by your
Treasurer lias been examined and
found correct in every respect.
Before closing I wish to cay that
I can find no charge fiom the. lime
of the company's organization up to
date for services of Treasurer, and
this fact I thought best to bring be
fore you. 1 remain, Gentlemen,
S. M. I)amov,
Tho President announced that lie
had called the meeting, and made it
as widely known us possible, on his
own responsibility, because of n
notification of the Bell Telephone Co.,
reducing telephono rates to a point
below what the Mutual could stand,
and stated that ho had prepared a
number of propositions which ho
wished to submit to their consider
ation. It was for the meeting to
decide whether they should bo
adopted in whole or in part.
Whilo printed copies of the pro
positions were being passed around,
the President, in reply lo a question,
stated that tho condition of the
company is nourishing, uieio ueing
now 00 to 70 orders in for new in
struments, which cannot be immedi
The propositions referred to, in
tended as additions to the com
pany's by-laws, were taken up, one
at a time, discussed, slightly
amended, and adopted almost un
animously. It was explained that
there was no desire nor intention to
increase tho charge for telephones,
but to establish a maximum price,
above which it should not be raised
on any account, for a period of
three years not to reach the maxi
mum, but' to debar tho possibility
of exceeding it. Following are the
propositions, as amended nnd"
"A Itescrve Fund of five thou
sand dollars is hereby authoiized
and established under the control
and management of the Board ot
"The maximum charge for tele
phone instruments in Honolulu shall
be H per month for mercantile and
other olllccs, and 88 per month for
private houses. This rate is hereby
established for the term of three
years, and shall not he increased
after that timo unless it bo by a
voto of three-fourths of all the
stockholders. The Board of Direc
tors shall have the right and autho
rity at any time to decrease this
"At the division of tho net in
come of the company twelve per
cent per annum shall bo paid to
stockholders on the amount of their
stock and then dividends shall be
declared by the Board of Directors
to instruments of tho company in
The meeting adjourned after pass
ing the following resolution: "That
all shares not issued up to this date
shall be offered at par in lots not
exceeding fifty to any one person,
up to the date of the next annual
cccdingly warm. They would raise
the young lawyer and lie would see
them and go a little belter. An
outsider, who stood in with the
gang, looked over Vest's shoulder
and saw what a formidable hand ho
had. He held up four lingers, shook
his head, ami in other ways tried to
warn his friends. But to no pur
pose, lie saw that Vest would
liicnk the ciowd, to ho lit a match
and set the straw lloor on lire and
told them to run for dear life. That
cool head which serves him so well
now and which never lots him be
come rattled, did not desert him
then. With one hand he raked in
the boodle, with tho other ho exhibi
ted his lovely queens, and as he
went out of tho door, with his coat
tall on fire, lie said: "Let her
bum; tho pot is initio." Lathrop
HAD WE A BOURBON AMONG US.
Col. James II. Kion, one of
the most distinguished lawyers at
the South Carolina bar, noted for
being the very soul of honor, died
in Winnsboro, S. C, on December
l'Jlh. A mystery always surrounded
Col. llion's birth. When a boy lie
came from Canada to Washington
and was immediately taken under
the protection of John C. Calhoun,
then Secretary of State under Presi
dent Tyler. Calhoun was very kind
to this 1)03' and his mother. There
were many speculations regarding
Col. Iiion's origin, and the interest
taken in him by Calhoun could not
bo accounted for. Just before his
death Col. llion made a statement to
his entire family ami Dr. Ilannhaii,
and if true he had in his veins the
blood of the Bourbons and was a
descendant of St. Louis,
lie was in perfect possession of
his reasoning faculties, and his
family, desiring to publish a full
statement of the facts, have kept all
this as quiet as possible until to-day.
The substance of Col. Iiion's state
ment is that he was tho sou of the
Dauphin of France, who would have
been King Louis XVII. but for the
Revolution. That ibis boy, the
Dauphin, who was repoitcd to have
died at an early age, and to have
been an imbecile, had not ically
died, but was sent to Canada, and
there had been reared under the
name of Dc Kion j that he entered
the English Army and married Miss
Hunter, Col. lliou'-s mother. . Do
Kion died in Col. Kion's infancy,
and ho and his mother were placed
under the charge of Mr. Calhoun by
tho Austrian Ambassador at Wash
ington, with a statement of the facts
and upon certain conditions. One
of these was that Kion should never
go to Europe unless in charge of the
Austrian authorities and on an Aus
trian man-of-war, and further, that
he should never accept civil ollice in
this country. These conditions were
Tho secret of his birth was told
three years ago to Colonel Kion's
eldest daughter, who went to Europe
to find out what she could about the
Dauphin. Colonel Kion had in his
possession a very valuable gold
snuff-box, set with diamonds, on the
lop of which there is a monogram of
the Oilcans family wrought in
diamonds. The snuff-box was never
exhibited lo any of the Colonel's
family until he was on his death
bed. Calumbia, S. C, Corr, Fort
I70R urM.elns C in lng s, good hordes,
" nnd elvll i ii i c r fill Oliver, rlnj
up Teluple n 8 N i 3)5 Ill-member, It
costs no mure lot a ilile In a good car.
riago limn it d es 1 u bad one. Ilono.
lulu Currlago Co, Staud corner of Foit
and Merchant M. 02 lv
- ff LBS. Vie h Home-Moflo Hiew.
.LVJU ii g Silrk-, or o."ulhd Ur.
iiuts l'o'o , 1.1,(1 f u-li, iIuli:lous Vanilla
and Choc-ilate ( rtnn which I gunraii
tee to be fir biipoilor and toA cheaper
than any Imported, at F HORN'S Plon.
cur Sti-uin Canity Factory and Bakery
and Ico Ureani Parlor. Bfltf
S PERRY'S Xo- 1 Family Flour Is
olli-ml for sate by GOJNSALVKS St
CO., Queeu Street. 01
WE HAVE J'it received per Aus
trnllu n now lot of Aitlxts' Ma
tcii'ih, nny W"n', Hin kit', Cabinet
Frames, lliHtle Faiii'", cte. And wo
aro liettT prupiiid than over to mako
Corn lees tmil Plituro Frames, Inning
the largest and b it si looted stock of
Moulding In ill) Kingdom. Kixa
linos.' Anr fc'Toui:. 31
Dii. Flint's Hiiaut Ki'.medy is a
Specific for all forms of Heart Dis
caso and also for Diseases of Kidneys
and Circultiaon. Descriptive book
with every bottle. licnson Smith &
Co., Auents. 354
Patkonizi: Home Industry by buy
ing cigars of J. W. Hingley, Cigar
Manufacturer, at the Crystal Soda
Works, wheie ho is prepared to fill all
orders at the lowest possible whole
sale price. Island orders solicited
and promptly filled, Tho attention
of dealers is u sped fully invited to
the fact "no lieinso is requited" to
sell theso cigars. Bo not forget tho
naiiio J. W. Hiiifdoy, nor tho place
Crystal Soda Works, Hotel Ftrcet.
TEMPLE OF "FASHION,
G3 & 05 Fort; Street, Honolulu.
By the Zenlnndin, due here on the 18th of this mouth,
Mr. Ehrlich will return to Honolulu, with one of the Larg
est and beat Selocted Stocks of
DRY AND FAIGY
Ever imported to Honolulu.
The Ladies and General Public are cordially invited to
inspect the Stock upon its arrival.
NO TROUBLE TO SHOW GOODS !
81 S. EHRLICH.
iMroitrim a si) dkaluk ii;
Custom o Made o Clothing
Gent's Fine Furnishing Goods, Hats and Gaps,
Corner Fort & Merchant Street?, Honolulu. Campbell's Block.
ISLAND TRADE SOLICITED AND PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
St. rai Beer
Ex" a lMiisiior."
Warranted Puro Brew of
Malt and Hops.
And SLK(JIAIiJA' WOTTjLED
for the umlcrgui'il.
Knrsalo by nil nrU-elis9liqnordenlcrB
H. HACKFELD & GO.,
Solo Agents for tlio Hawaiian Islands.
Tlita lino voting trotting bred stallion
will Maid (hi romliii; teison at Dodd'n
Stable, Kipiolani l'ark, to a limited
number of mm.
TcrniH, gtfO.OO SeiiHon.
APTOS Oil I HP, bay Mallion, l-y
riHc ilition; lie by hy.-ilyk'n Humble
ti nlan, nit of Martin Wasbiiigion, by
Uurr'b Wusliiiig'on; bei dam by AbuUI.
lull. Ul (lain 1 1 v Lud 1' xi), by Skat's
Jt itllor; bur Jain by Oli-ncoo. Tlio
ubovo (itallion wus rai oil by tsir Clnus
I'Vir fin thrr inuicubin; enquire nt tho
FASHION MIA11I r, or or F. HUB
TACK, at lliiilaco & Jtubertson'x ofilcc,
Queen Street. 72 Ira
Bargains at Egan & Co.'s
HaiuK bought tho entire Stock of
GloiDg anil Gents' ' Fnrnisliins" Goods
From tho Tcmnlo of Fashion at croitly reduced rate?, wc now oiler them to onr
numerous patrons at prices which do y competition.
Thcso goods aro llrat cla?s in every xcspect and conslit of all grades and qim).
Cloiiii, Mat for tbe Rid irnii Poor ale.
In oircrilnq theui lo our customers wo would mo?t respectfully draw their at
tention to ibe fast that wo aro glviug them the benefit of our.iihcnp hnrgiin ai.d
invito the public in ninerul lo clvu us a call and examine these goods before pur
chasing elsewhere. Our usuul lluu of
HATS, CAPS, SHOES AND FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.,
is too well known to need cpcutal comment.
(Formally with Samuel Nott).
Importer nndllealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OROOKEKY, GLASSWAIU3, HOUSE FUKNISHIXG HARDTVAHE,
AGATE IllON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalPs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
37" Store formerly occupied by F. XoTT, opposite Spreckels & Co.'s Rank. -i
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Thursday, March 24th.
Uluni and Kea Kainana, drunks
Tlio gambling caso of Ah Fat,
Leang Hook, Ah Chow, Allium, and
Ah Tan, remanded from tho 22nd
inst., and the caso of Lan Lung
charged with being n gios.s cheat, on
rcmniid from l'Jtli inst., were tiled
SENATOR VEST AND THE JACK POT.
Years ago Senator Vest, when a
young man, occasionally indulged
in the fascinating game called draw
poker, a game which wo know is
thoroughly understood In all its de
tails ii Clinton county, Missouii,
more especially l.athrop. Well,
onco on a time Vest had tiled a caso
in a little county seat, and received
a largo fco for clearing his man. So
much money in the hands of the
young lawyer was as templing to
the donizons as a cool wateiniolon to
a hungry negro. The icsiilt was a
caino of noker was cotton up. Tho
boys intended to lleeco Vcbt, and of
course stocked tho cards. They had
no placo to play in but a llltlo 6hed
that had no lloor but some fresh dry
wheat stiaw. It was a live-handed
game, and a dry-goods box served
as a table. It happened lo be a
jack pot, and Vest opened it on
threo queens. Thu cards being llx
ed, the other fellows had better
hands, and of courso laiscd boforp
tlio draw. Vest etopd tho niiso
and drew two 'cards. As luck would
have it ho got tho other queen. Tho
butting commenced and grew ex-
WANT IN NEWFOUNDLAND.
New York, March 12. A special
to the World to-day from Ilalfax
The attempts of Newfoundland
papers to suppress the actual facts
about the distressing want, and in
some cases actual starvation in dis
tricts remote from cities, is simply
In the district known as Green
Pond, only eighty miles from the
metropolis, where live steamsrs of a
sailing fleet went to obtain crews
for seal fisheries, tlio inhabitants of
thu locality and surroundinjrs were
reduced to such straits that they
threatened to board tho bteamers
and take from them such supplies
and provisions as were Intended for
the sealing voyage unless Immediate
relief was granted to the starving
families' by the Government.
It is useless to attempt to deny or
conceal theso facts. Knowing well
tho temperament of the people and
thoroughly convinced ft pm repre
sentations inauo nun turcais oi
plunder would be carried into effect,
the Government immediately Bent
relief by the coasting steamer
Hover. Harrowing accounts of des
titution reached Halifax from the
northern districts, nnd a press that
delicately suppresses facts, and de
clares that no unusual (listless exists
is utterly inexcusable. Tho prohi
bition of tlio snlo of bait will prove
disastrous to tho western district
of Newfoundland, pailicularly to
l'lncenta and Foittiuu bay, whero
tho people's existence depends upon
tlio nale of bait to French nnd Ame
rican fishing vessels. S. F. Fx
nmliicr, March 11).
Young Venture, Jr.
Tlila fine young iroltli'K-brrd stallion,
4 years nil, will htiind for tlio cnmlnK
8i'iioii al tbu corner of QUEEN &
PUNCH HOWL bTUEBTS.
Tci'iiiM, fvi.l tlin (ScnHOii.
Hon, bri'd lu
VENTUUB Is a black stol.
Mr. turner, of Maul; his
dam was a thin marc, l.alf l'atch'-n and
half Illiick M'lnviii; bo Is Mini, gentle
and siyllh; no faults whatever, and
one of tho el iset-t bred htalllomi in thu
Kingdom, which shows slaying power
In ea-'o any maio should fail to havo
a foal by him, his mtvIccs will bo ren.
ilored nest m a-iou free of charge.
For further particulars enquire of
17 lm GAIT. CLUNEY.
The Dully Bnllotm
J01 MTT, 1 8 ttlimam
A dead lock A false bang.
Tho man who stoops to brush
orango peel from thu sidewalk is
bent on doing good.
The popular apartment ip a gnm-bling-lioiiso
is tho ante-room.
Lowell Com iur.
A Grant memorial bridgo noross
tho 10101110,0 a.t Washington is thu
1'iiriioll'H amendment to tho ad
dress in reply to tho Queen's speech
was rejected '.Ifi2 lo21.
Sharp work Grinding an txo,
Exarch 1 1th,
Granite, Iron and Tir Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, CCPER AND
093 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors to Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Noll.)
New Goods for tho Holidays! Silver Plated, Ware
in Now Designs.
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