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V lnvo received u frli Uuo of
Crosse & Blackwell's & J. T. Morton's Canned & Bottled Goods
Direct from'Englaud ex BrltUh bark Glcngnbcr, comprising tti part:
Bottles Mixed Tickles,
" Cham Cham,
" Whllo Onions,
" Preserved WcBt India Ginger,
" Spanish Olives,
Handsome Vote Hoyal Tabic S.uico,
" " Joim Bull Sauce,
Bottles Walnut Catsup,
" Greengages In Syrup,
11 ltcd Currants in Syrup,
" Candied Orange Peel,
" " Citron Peel,
" Pudding Itaislns,
1-1 b tint Jordan Almonds,
" Fried Eels,
J.lb tins Fresh Cod Roes,
1 quart Uottles Salted Herrings,
Earthen Jars Anchovy Paste,
Bottles Cayenne Pepper,
Bottles White and Black Pepper,
" Zantc Currants,
7-1 b tins Scotchmcal,
Jars Tablo Halt,
2-lb tins Green Pea Soup,
" Julienne Soup,
" Mock Turtle Soup,
" Oxtail Soup,
" Mullafciitawiiy Soui,
Bottles India Curry Powder,
Tins Madras "
1 & 2-lh tins Jinn? and Jellies, assorted,
Patoi of all kinds,
1.1b tin C.irrawny Seed?,
Bottles Tomato Conserve,
Trullled Pate do fols Gra,
Tins Wliolo Boast Groue,
" Sago ntid Onions,
" llalfortl's English Cunied Fowl,
" .English Asparngus,
1-lb tins Mineo Meat,
2-lb tins Spiced Beef,
Bottles Capers, 2 and 4 oz.,
Mb tins Carrots,
" Boiled Mutton,
H , " Bieweu luuneys,
Cocoa and Milk,
Symington's l'ea Flour,
kpps H t0 K-lb Packages Cocoa,
Oakley Knife Polish,
Hb tins Flako Tapioca,
Coleman's Musltird In tins and bottles,
Day & Martin's Shoo Paste,
Also just received ex S. S. Australia and Brigautinc Uonsuelo, a complete line of
STAPLE VIN'U 3FA.NCY CKOCEBIES,
All which mc oh"cr at reasonable prices.
SatlMfactloii Uaurantcrtl, nml UooiIh delivered to nil partn of Ilonolnln.
FRESU ICE HOUSE GOODS in Season, received by each trip of the
O. S. S. Co.) Steamers by
LEWIS &: OO. sshn
(Formerly with Samuel Nott).
Importer and Dealer in
STOVES, CHANDELIERS, LAMPS,
OROCKEHY, GLASSWABB, HOUSE FURNISHING HARDWARE,
AGATE IRON AND TINWARE.
Agent HalFs Safe and Lock Company.
Beaver Block, - Fort Street.
t3f Store formerly occupied by S. NOTT, opposite Spreckels & Co.'b Bank. 8
JOHN ITT, 1. 8 Hriun Street.
flLk! A!Utf.VW.l Viir i."
Granite; Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE
House Keeping Goods,
PLUMBING,. TIN, COPPER AND
993 SHEET IRON WORK.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.
(Successors io Dillingham & Co., & Samuel Noll.)
New Goods for the Holidays! Silver Plated Ware
in New Designs,
From tho very bes mnkcrs.
o CUTLERY o
A. Complete Stocslc ol" Goodn in JtJvory Line.
FORT STREET, HONOLULU. 5
Every Description of
BOOK AND JOB PRINTING
Executed with neatness and dispatoh
At the Daily Bulletin Office
P. O. Box 207.
Bottles Skinner's Mango Bcllili,
" long Red Chillies,
" MnvonnaUo Sauce,
" Calfsroot Jelly,
" French Olives,
Handsome Vases China Soy,
" " Soho Sauce,
IJottlcs Mushroom Catsup,
uicrrics in syrup,
ii ionre ii i.
" Black Currants In Syrup,
" Candied Lemon Peel,
" Crystallized Fruity
" Turkey Fig",
Lib tins Curried Lobsters,
" Slewed Eel',
JC lb tins Fillets of Soles,
l&irthcit Jars Floater Paste,
Small Jars Capt. White's Mullagatawny
Bottles Ground Spices,
Pint Botilcs Malt Vinegar,
21b Bottle? French Prunes,
Pint Bottle Montscrrat Lime Juice,
S-lb tin Gravy Soup,
" Cresy Soup,
" 1'nlestlne Soup,
" Ox Check Soup,
" Hotchpotch Soup,
" VonKin Soup,
Tins Oxfoid Sausage,
Bottle PicMcd Red Cabbnge,
Collared 0. Tongues,
Bottles Lea & renin's Gcuuino Worccs.
Bottles Bengal Club Chutney,
" French Truillcs,
Tins Whole Roast Partridges,
" " " Pheasants,
i Preserved Mushrooms,
" Beef Man ow Fat,
l..lb tins Arrowroot,
Tins Real Yarmouth Bloaters,
" French Mushrooms,
Phlllipe & Caimud's Petit Pois,
1 lb tins Parsnips, Mb tins Turnips,
" Frenh Tripe,
' Alnmodo Beef,
" Boiled Mutton,
" Haricot Mutton,
" Calfshcad, ditto Roost Mutton,
" Boiled Beef; " Boiled "
Cocoa and milk, Chocolato and Milk,
Essence Coll'ce, Patent Groats,
Van Houton's Cocoa, & -h tins,
if & JMb tins Cocoutino,
1.1b tin Pearl Sago,
' Ground Rice,
" Cambridge Sausage?,
Day & Martin's Liquid Shoe Blacking,
AZmMmmmwikMflL'ii mm r
Ulu gjflUy gJuHsMn,
FRIDAY. AHtLL 15. 1887.
PAYMENT BY CHEQUE.
The pmclico of "paying accounts
by dieiiues drawn on bankers is now
so frequent that it Ii desirnbte that
all persons should make themselves
perfectly aerpialntcd with the law as
relating to the subject, and the
cuBtdnmry precautions to prevent
fraud. "Jt is only a short timo ago
that a metropolitan modiste sued
for a bajauco of account under tho
following circumstances: The
dressmaker wrote to her customer
in tho country, requesting u cheque
to lie sent in the course of a few
days. The request was complied
with. A cheque for a very consider
able sum, approaching 100, was
sent, as requested, by post. It was,
unfortunately, stolen in transit, and,
being an open one, was at once
cashed by the thief. The lady who
forwarded it according to request
naturally objected to pay a second
time, and the trader who had not
received it refused to regard the ac
count as having been settled. An
notion at law to recover the amount
was the result, when it was decided
that as tho ij cheque had been
in accordance with the lcqucst
of tho vendor, the loss must
fall upon her. It is hardly satis
factory to rclicct on tho very slight
amount of knowledge respecting the
usages of bankers in regard to
cheques that would have prevented,
not only the cashing of the cheque,
but the heavy legal expenses and
personal inconveniences that accom
panied tho trial. Cheques, it should
be borne in mind, are of scveial
distinct kinds ; tho most simple is a
direction to the banker to pay to a
person named, sa', "Mr. John
Smith, or bearer" a certain sum
named. This cheque the bank is
bound to pay to any person who
presents it, so that if it is lost, and
there is not time or opportunity to
apprise the bank of the loss before
the cheque is piescntcfl, it must bo
paid. One of the most useful pre
cautions tiiat can bo used with re
gard to cheques, is making them
payable not to "Mr. John Smith or
bearer," but to "Mr. Smith or
order." This necessitates Mr.
Smith writiug his name across the
back, or in commercial phrase en
dorsing it. Order cheques are much
more advantageous than those pay
able to bcaicr. The receiver has to
sign his name on the back, so that
the cheque becomes evidence that
he has received the amount; but if
the cheque is still further piotcctcd
by being "crossed," the security
becomes much greater. Crossing a
cheque is accomplished by the sim
plo process of drawing two lines
across it and writing between them
cither the name of any paiticular
bank, or the words "and Co."
which ciiRUies, in the first case, that
the cheque must bo presented for
payment by tho paiticular bank
whoso name . is written across ; or,
in 'the second, by any bank, as a
crossed cheque is never paid to a
private individual. Had the lady
who was defendant in the action we
have alluded to simply taken the
precaution of scratching these two
lines and the cabalistic llgurcs "and
Co." across the cheque before post
ing it, tlieio would have been no
loss nor lawsuit, as the thief could
not have got any other person to
cash it, and no bank would have re
ceived it except from one of their
In sending cheques by post they
should invariably bo crossed cither
to the banker of tho person to whom
they arc sent, or simply "and Co.,"
when they can bo paid through any
banker. Another mode which en
sures their not being paid to anyone
out the party to whom II103' are
sent, and iu whoso favour they are
drawn, is to write across each one
the words "Not negotiable." There
arc some other precautions respect
ing cheques which it is well to bear
iu mind. If cheque-books arc left
about carelessly any dishonest per
son can abstract one or two, and,
by filling them up witli fictitious
names, obtain money from unsus
pecting persons. Tlicy should,
therefore, bo kept under lock and
key, and not left lying about in
places where they can be purloined
for unworthy pit! poses. It is often
desirable to'send a cheque by post
or messenger for an uncertain sum,
which cannot bo determined at the
timo it is signed. This, under
ordinary circumstances, might be a
dangeious pioceeding. The person
into whoso hands it passed might fill
it up for a very much larger Hum
than intended b' tho drawer, which
sum the bank would pay , and the
drawer of the chequo would lose.
This may be prevented by writing
across such an open cheque the limit
which the bank is not to exceed. If
the words "under i'lO" is written
on the cheque, no larger sum would
bo paid. A chequo must bo dated
on the day it is drawn, and not on
any past or futuro day. The writing
of the amount, both iu letters and
figures, should bo done to the cv
tremo left of spaces in which tho
words and figures aro to bo placed.
This is importations it prevents other
words being put in so as to alter the
amount. Tins writing should bo
neat, and the words and figures close
together. A slovenly written cheque
for eight pounds four shillings (i'S
'Is. Od.) may ho readily converted
into ono for nearly ten ttlnes tho
amount by putting "y" after tho
eight and a "0" nfter tho first
figure; but if it is propcily written
such a fraud is impossible. Tho
directions to those who aro familiar
with the subject may appear trivial ;
but ladies are not always acquainted
with tho minutioi of commercial
regulations, in ovidenco whereof we
may recall the pictoiial jokeoflJu
Mauricr, showing tho chagrin of the
husband at the largo amount of
money drawn out of the bank by
his wife during his absence, and his
anger being met by the reply,
"Oh, my dear, how can you say so?
I havo still left several of tho signed
cheques you left inc." Queen.
Travellers from llawardcn declaro
Hint Gladstone's countenance has
grown moro smiling than ever of
hitc, and that ho evidently believes
that his period of seclusion is draw
ing to n close.
O. S. S. CO.'S TIME TABLE.
Arrive at Honolulu from San Francisco.
Alameda April li"
Australia May 3
Mariposa May Ifl
Australia May 31
Zealandia June 10
Australia June L8
Alameda July 8
Australia July 2(i
Mariposa August 5
Australia August 23
Zealandia September 2
Australia September 20
Alameda September 30
Australia October 18
Mariposa October 28
Australia November 15
Zealandia November 2f
Australia December 13
Alameda December 23
Loavo Honolulu lor San Francisco.
Zealandia May 0
Australia May 10
Alameda Tune 2
Australia June 7
Mariposa June 30
Australia Jul' K
Zealandia. July 28
Australia August 2
Alameda August 25
Australia August 30
Mariposa September 22
Australia September 27
Zealandia October 20
Australia October 2.
Alameda November 17
Australia November 22
Mariposa December l.r
Australia December 20
Zealandia (1888) January 12
Chi onto 1)1.
eapo- of liol h
I'lU'.r. Willi nvBrvliolt.
I'srnii. lKT.). Kami Inr
t reo rnmrmot rso
no Nor.fit aixK8TKErft'. bt. louis, mo.
7Q- HAfrMWTTO ST . BAfJ -FKANPIHCO, CATj
4ilclriM. MinMCTin FLART'O TDIIRQ rn.
Fob. iS, 'S7.
MISS CLARKE, who 1ms hml mnnv
veins exnorienco In Drest & ("Ion I;
Milking, has OPJ'XED A Din'-vSMAK.
INO ESTABLISHMENT nt 101 AlnUu
"TRS. RODANET, die well-known
liJL ilrcssinnktr, icecntly ictiirnejj
from Pnrls, has her clrus-inukinr, 1 001ns
still on Einnia sticol, above thu bqunrc.
by U irk "Saranae,"
in Ilni'i'clH mid Hull' UnrrclH.
For Salo liy
On !Hv CASTIiK & COOKE.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Keur of Lucas' Mill.
Baggago Express, 96.
Stand: Cor. Fort
and Kiinr Sts in
front of Hummer's
All cxmoisncu pionmt.
ly attended to ut refisomtlile rule 3. OH 1 m
Reading Room Association.
Cor. Hotel & Alukfu Street.
Open every Day and Evening.
Tho Library consists nt tho iicsuiit
timo of over five Thousand Volumes.
Tho Heading Itoom Is supplied with
about Jlfty of thu lending new papers
A Parlor Is piovlded for conversation
Tciiih of membership, llfty cents a
.lioiiili, payable uiiattcily In ndvniieu.
No foi mallty lemilicu" In joining CM-ept
signing thu 1 oil.
fjtraugeni f 10111 foi olgn countilcs and
visitor from tho other Islands aio ul-'
coma to thu loomsnt all times niguojU.
This As-soelatlou having no tegular
meant of sunport oxtept thu dues of
inembei, It Is expected that lcMdents
of Honolulu who dcslro to avnlt them
celws of Its pilvlh'ges, and all lio feel
an Intoi est lu mnliitaluliig an institution
of this kind, will put down their mimes
and heeomu legulnr coutillmtoiv.
A. J. OAHTWKIGHT, Pies.,
M. M. SCOTT, Vleu-1'ri'slduut,
II. A. PAKMELEH, Secretary,
O. T. ItODQEIlS, M.D.,
Chnlrniiiu Hall and Library Committee.
fARt'ltiBYm n Fr
rfs vw; aufw
AAVfit .Ci?..!..1 "liAM W.X
iFinra Mi mms
intf 1 r. Tf r rin nr
V Z-?TA.. IX
The Beaver Cigar Divan!
E3C. J'. NOITE-
Has just received a hrgo and varied 113
Cigars and Cigarettes
of tho finst 'jmillly. Somo of Ihc
brands buin eiwircly now in this King
dom. Tajftiiliur, with a lino selection of
Meorschaum, Briar, Myall, Porce
lain and other Pipos.
Totincro t'ouclirx, 3Iar!i ItotrH, CI-
Kill' line ClUim-Ho IIoIiIitm of
uctv nml I'li'Kiinl IH'hIkhm.
CAIL AND LOOK AT THE GOODS!
Has received and opened up his Now
Comprising a lirgonm! well selected
Sultible for tho Sctuon.
These goods were selected in England
by Mr. Kerr pcisoually, and aro guaran
teed to he of tho llnesi ijtt'illiy.
Mr. Ken, having 'cr.u-ed tho services
of a XKW VVTNMS, iR 1'
riui'il to mini unlets with tho utmost
23 Merchant Street,
J. HOPP & CO.
7Z Kin",' Street.
Manufaclureis and Importers of nil
Furniture & Upholstery Goods
FINE BEDDING A SPECIALTY.
All Kinds ct Jobbing promptly attended to.
CHAIRS TO RENT
For Bil's or Pnitics in small or largo
891 quantities. ly.
m B fl
b WBiifltfa'w b
Tho Finest Hrand of
BWB A V
in tho Maiket nt the
CENTRAL CIGAR STAND,
i llliMV.tl, I'rniirlolor.
Hustace & Robertson,
t 3X j. "V 51 XT, J .
LIj ordiiis for Carluu promptly at
JT3L tended to. Particular attention
piid to tho
of goods In transit to tho other Islands.
Also, Black and White Sand
in quantities to suit at lowest prices.
Onicc, adjoining E. 1 Adams & Co.'s
033 ly Mutual Ti IcphorVu No. 10.
Open ovory afternoon and
Music every Saturday Night.
'XTlOMAri 33. AViVJU
1C01 Piojrletor. lyr
Having fecuicd llio Rcrvlco'i of
Geo. G, Btratemeyer
wo are prepared to eccuto all
3rIouo or ig'ii
HONOLULU l'LAXIJfa MILLS.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
. -10 colunib. 'J per uiiniuii,
Til ij jg J
Why am I co 'Miserable?
Bo v.-cnk and lmgulil? 'Why such
heartburns nml jmliii in the stomach,
such iKldlly, nml Biirh an liupleisant
tasto lu tllu mouth V Why nt times such
a cmmvlng appetite, nml ilicn ng.Un such
dlsicllsh for food ? Why Is tho mind so
frequently Inltable, desponding, molnn.
clioly, and dejected? Why Hoes ono
oilcu fCil Umter the nr prehension of
some Imaglr.niy dnngtr, 1111J start nt any
unexpected noii-e, beeoiiilng nitatid ns
though tomo gi eat cilnnulv w as Impend
lug? Wlint is tho meaning of ihcso
ilull, sick lioailnohc-; these violent pal.
pltatluns of the heart, this feverish nsi
lefsuois, these night sncaln: Ihls ills
turbid and dreamy sleep, which brings
no refreshing icst, but only moiininga
and ntutteiliigi, nml tho horrors of tho
ThoniiKWer is! Thcto nro tho symp
tonis cl Indigestion or Dyspepsia tho
beginning and tho foicruunor of iltnost
orcry other human ditcAo. Indlgcslloit
is 11 weiikncsa or w-ant of power of tho
digestive fluids of the stomach to con
vert thu food into healthy matter for tho
primoriiouilthmciit of tho body. It is
cai.srd most frequently by tho Irrogu.
1 uiiy of diut, or improper lood. want of
healthy uxcic I junnd )iiro oiitiloor nlr.
Ilmnybii induced by mental ilistrcs
tho fhcclc cf coiuo gieat calamity. It
nny bo, and often Is, aggravated and in.
iciHIlcd, if not originally brought on,
by exhaustion ftom intinso mental np
plleatioii. of phjalcal overwork, domes,
tic troubl' s, anxiety iu biiHlness, or ilnnti.
clnl embarrassments, If tho stomuch'
could always to koj t In rder, death
would no longer he a subject of fcirful
nnxjciy to tho Voting umi middle-aged,
but what would, ho cotucniplntcil by all
nsnvblt of an expected friend at the
close of a peaceful and hippy old ngo.
Howcicr, tho tirsi Ifaille Invader upon
the do nuil 11 of hialth and hnppitie 8 ij
Is .tlieio any lulkf, any lcmcdy, any
cuioV Tliul U tlio question of thu su'f
fcringand unhappy dyspipllu. What U
WMUtod ha lnoJiulnc ihatvlll tlioiough.
ly unovuta tho Moniocli, lowcl, lior,
and kidneys, and a Hold speedy mid of
IVcluiil assistance to tho digestive orgins,
mid tesioro to thu ncrvom and muscular
frjHtoms thiir oilglual energy.
Such a medicine is hnppily til hand.
Never in the history of medic nl di-cor-cries,
etldenco I by 11 do.en years' thor
ough list, has lliuie bfou fouiidaiemedy
lor Indigestion so tpecdy, so sme, and
so turpring in its icmiiIIs as Slegcl's
Cur.tt 1 n 0 By tup, bttl tTdny it is n sluiulnrd
remedy for that almost linivcttnt nfllic
lion iiicviry civilized coupliy In Europe,
Asln, Afilci mid America. Public to?
llmoniiil ui.tlj rlv.ite letters lrom mill.
Inty iilllceis, bankers, merchants, thip
capt'ilns, mechtinics, t'lrnieis, nml their
wives mill (laughtcri, alike cntitliin its
IToarly Raised hiiu from llio.
Sniss Cottage, "Wnnon-oii.thc-KiiKc,
August 27th, 18SG."
A. .T. White, Limited.
Dear Sirs: If 11 testimonial Is of any
use to yju respecting tho rcmatkablo
euro I have del 1 eel by taking your
"Slegcl's Syiup," you aro ul liberty to
nul;c any uu of thi3 you may deem
I est Fo'r upwaids if twelic years I
havo sutl'ered from extremoNunbus De
bility and Ga-tric Uitnirh which re.
duced mo so that I was totally unable to
do nnyd)iisincss,.nml canted gicat pros,
trnllcm and woiikiics. About thrco
years ngo I hnd llu advice i;f several
mumhcis of tho mcdic.il faculty, and
under ihclr Ire.itmcnt derived little or
no good. IJeiug in town some ten
months ago, I win advUud to tiy your
Uur.itho ylUp, and purchasul a liottlo.
1 hnd not nikcn 111 my doses hefoic I be
g.m in feci a fresh num. I could walk
with cos:', while befoio I hud haul work
to carry 0110 li?g before tho other. My
btrengt'h gradually Increased and my
evcslght got belter, which before I fre.
quontly lost, owing to tho malady arls.
ing fri.m a bluggbh liver, often in lied
fir Mivcial du.s with pile, and could
huiilly move, i am lliauutul to you anil
to God for nearly inlsing 1110 from tho
guive, for It was nothing but your Kil.
gel's Syrup that has ict-torcd mctoio
butt hcttlth. Yours fnithfully.
liovcsbv, nt'.ir Boston,
December i'.lst, 18S0.
A. J. While, Limited.
Dear Sir: Your hlcgel's Syiup I find
has an iiicicising salo 111 this neighbor,
bond, nml slinll always do my I est to
fuiihcr tho sulo of nn artielu Hint every
ono ihnt imiuha'-es tpuahs highly in its
f ivor. I also havo gteat Fiuistiictloii iu
Mying llril 1 qullo bellevo my wife -vits
frriiiaiicnlly cured of Indigestion mid
Wind on tho Stomach, fiom wliich she
to taking it. Faithfully yours,
Altanngh, Abbo lclx,
Queen's County, Ireland,
December 2 llh, 1880.
A. J. White, Limited.
Dear Sir: I hope that your Stcgel's
Syrup and Tills may get tho tale they bo
well descivc. I had a very dellcato
child, 11 Loy now over nine years, but
b Ing avorto to entlrgnny kind of veg.
ctablu or ford from Ills birth, I bejjnn
giving him Mother Slegcl's Curative
Syiup, and nfiurn few weeks ho recov
ered so ni to bo nblo to consume as nujeh
food 111 other boys of his age, and to tho
groit astonishment of hi) ncighbnuis, ho
Is lively, getting into flesh, and thriving
ns well in boys of his ago do. Wo glvo
nil tho audit of his rccovciy Io Slegcl's
Syrup. Youis tnilhfully,
JG07 S Maxwi-.m,.
Tho Inter-rsluurt .Steam
Wavigation Co., Limited,
Keep constantly on lumd for solo
Stcttm Family and Blacksmith Coal
and a general assoitmdnt of
415 Bar Bron. fy
i.t VJV'Xi"f X. MTOrWi.
Uii I 5A'l ..l . I ' ' l"J
rsrj.---.:" v c- -
LEADS THEM ALL 1
Your wives anil children will icjolco,
Having found llio Sampler Cigar yctir'choico.
ENGELBREOET, SON & CO.
21 First Street. S. F, . ei
For Gale Everywhere
Tali LniMc Depot,
Tctciilionc, . 1. (. Ilox i.
THE BEST AERATED WATERS
Thoroughly pure and made by steam, in
lh land's AulbAtiuotplipric Appnrntns
with glass pump. All copper ills,
pcrsrd with. The nuwcsl pitent in
Ci'vsiui Vuivo i:(.ii,-M
Only In use for Tahiti Leinoiiaddi', Oicn.
ndluo and Perfict Qingcr Ale, at 7." coats
per dozen, dolivcted to nnv pnrt ot llio
city. And Oodd's I'utenl Glats Stoppers
for thu celebrated pbiiu dry
HODA AVA. a" 33 It ,
So highly clllcnuious lor dyspepsia, as
supplied to all the principal l'linilics in
Ilonoltilu, and exclusively to II. 1). JJ.'s
vessel) of war.
iMlnnil 011I1TM promptly attended to.
SUNNY SOUTH STEAM W0I1KS.
Apiil 1,187. 1590 ly
DKALEH IN -
.ioijf,- jii.o,xn.i jbUi ... ;;c(
livcrmoro Hay . V
"Whole Barley, "',.'
Crushed JJarloy, ' " '
Oil Calco Meal' ' , ?
' 0at3, Bran. .
Older left at Office, with N. F. Bur
gess, tf-1 King Street, will bo promptly
attended to. 00)y
S. 1. CARTER,
Una on hand for iale, In quantities
Departure Bay Coal, Newcastle- Coal,
Hard and Soft Wood,' Sawed and Split.
Orders aro hereby solloilcd and will
bo delivered nt any locnlity within tho
No, ea rcirccr stjreet.
Jlolli Telephone, 1ST. Cl
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