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The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
New Store, New Goods
THURSDAY, FEB. 0, 1888.
Stmr Knnla from Wulnlim
fitmr Wnlmnnnlo from Wnimanalo
Htmr Kllauca Hon from llamukua
Sclir Kaulkcaoull from Kohala
Stmr Wnlmnnnlo for Wnlmanalo
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr WO Hall for Liilialnn, Maalaca,
Kona and Kau at 10 a m
schooner Kalnbow brought
Tfie Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Call ntul Kxnmlno tlio
$12.50 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
Worth SitO. .
A. meeting of tho Cabinet was be
ing held at 2 o'clock this afternoon.
A situation is wanted by a man
us head Luna on a plantation, is
thoioughly conscrvant with the work.
It will bo seen in our By-Autlioiity
column a notico from tho Board of
Health, specifying the different
places under quarantine.
onrrls llrnwnod from 1'Ullloa
The bktuc Geo O Perkins went upon
tho Jlarlno Hallway this morning.
Arrivals at San Francisco
Jan 10, Schr Itosarlo 18 days from
Jan 21, S S Zcalandla, 7 days from
Jan 23, bk O D Bryant and bktne
Mary Wiuklcman, 20 and 20 days from
Jan 24, bgtne J. D Sprcckcls, 20
days from Honolulu.
Jan 20, bktuo Ella, 21 days from Ho
nolulu. Jan 27, 3 S City of New York, 8 days
Ja"n 28, bk Ceylon, 18 days from Ho
nolulu. Jan 30, bktoo W II Dlmond, 23 days
Arrival at Port Townscntl
Jah 23, bktne ot Lucie from Honoluln
Departures from San Francisco
Jan 29, bk Saranac for Honolulu.
Jan 29, bktne Discovery for Honolulu.
From Puget Bound
Jan 9, bk C O Whitmore, with 500,
000 ft lumber for Honolulu.
Oau 27, bk W W Case for Kahulul
VESSELS IN PORT.
HHS Caroline, Sir W Wiseman
USS Vaudalia, Bear Admiral Kimberly
Bk Caibarlen, Perkins
Bk Mln, McCrone
Am tern G C Perkins, Nordbcrg,
Bktne Amelia, Ncwhall
Bgntne Consuclo, Cousins
Bk Lady Lampson, Londergron
S S Australia, Houdlett
The Royal Hawaiian Band
give a concert this evening al
o'clock at tho Hawaiian Hotel.
lowing is the programme:
Overture The. Exiles Gassner
Polka The Dragoons. . .'..... Fahrbach
Chorus Tutinhnuser Wagner
Selection Jllkado Sullivan
A hi Wcla.
Belectlon Ermlnie Jacob
Waltz Glltla Mlllockcr
Two Dellllr Marches Schild
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Now Stock, Latest Btylca to suit tho
E. C. Smith, E. M. Walsh and wife,
Mrs. E. C. Damon and Mrs. Mar
garet Harndcn. '
MR. MATHER HEARD FROM.
THE REV. E. C. OCGEL
We clip the following from tho
Holland City News of Michigan, un
der date of January 14th, 1888 :
Under tho auspices of the Ladies'
Society of the First Presbyterian
Church, of Grand Haven, the IteV.
E. C. Oggel will give a lecture in
that city, this Saturday evening, on
"The Hawaiian Islands." Mr. and
Mrs. Oggel will bo the guests of Dr.
and Mrs. A. Van der Veen.
The Arcado-EGAN & C0.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
Fluent Custom aiaito Clotliliiff,
Iiiulictt' A, Ucnl'M Vino HIioch.
DAILY BULLETIN SUMMARY.
Our Summary will uo issued on
Saturday morning in time for the
mail which leaves here for San Fran
cisco on tho 12th inst. It will con
tain in a concise form all the news,
local and general to date, besides a
large amountfbf correspondence on
the leading topics of the day. Per
sons desirous of copies can be suppli
ed at the Office, or at the bookstores
of A. M. Hewett and J. H. Soper.
Mr. L. M. Mather has been di
rectly heard from by several gentle
men here, by tho last mail. He was,
at the timo of writing, at Los An
geles, presenting tho attractions of
these islands to the people there,
with the view of inducing them to
come and see us. The "Los Angeles
Tribune" of January 29 contains nn
article from Mr. Mather's pen,
graphically descriptive of theso isl
ands. A party was being organized
to come down by next steamer: 13
names were on the list when the
Australia left. Mr. Mather complains
that many of the reports which go
from hero have a damaging effect
upon tlio country, and strongly tend
to keep people from visiting it.
The following tenders were open
ed at the Interior Department yes
terday, for the printing and bind
ing of the license forms 2G forms
and 63 books :
Press Publishing Company : Total
amount of bid, S 124.75; rato per
book, $1.98; quality of paper, 30
Hawaiian Gazette Company : To
tal amount of bid, $12G ; rate per
book, $2 ; quality of paper, 20 lbs
Pacific Commercial Advertiser:
Total amount of bid, $170 ; rate per
book, 82.79 ; quality of paper, 40
The contract -was awarded to tho
Press Publishing Co.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Willi tlio l'liioHt Display or Jooi1h
over Hliown In tills Kingdom.
VESSELS EXPECTED FROM FOREIGN
H Keiths ll's Zilveven Kruis, Jocke,
frnm S America due Mar 1-20
U 8 S Marion, from South America,
due Jan J0-31
Am bark Will W Case, Robertson,
from San Francisco, due at Kahului,
Am S S Alameda, H G Morse, from
the Colonics, en route to San Francisco,
due Feb 12
IIIJMS Thukuba, frorifTnhiti, due
Ger bark Deutchland, from Bremen,
sailed October 28th, due Feb 1-20
Am bk Martha Davis, F M Benson,
from Bostou, due Mar 1
Am ship Mystic Belle, Cooke, from
New Yo.-k, due March 1-20
Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Cardiff, October 22d, due March 1-20
Brit bk Natuna, sailed from Liver
pool, Nov 20th, due Mar 5-31
Am bk Saranac, from San Francisco,
duo Jan 1-10.
Am bk Lady Ilarewood, from Hong
kong, due Dec 5-25
Ger bkH JMtzcnberg.from Honkong,
due Dee 10-15
Am bktne Eureka, Meyers, from San
Francisco, due Jan 1-10
Am tern Dora Blulim, from San Fran
cisco, due at Hllo, Jan 25-31
Am bark OO M hltmorc, from Port
Townsend, due Jan 20-31.
USS Ada'ms from Samoa, due Feb
Am bk Edward May, Johnson, from
Hongkong, due Jan 20-31.
Am bktne Uattlo 8 Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, duo Feb 1-5.
Am ship Anna from San Francisco,
due at Kahulul, Maul, Jan 28-31.
Haw S S Australia, II O Houdlette,
from San Francisco, due Feb 7.
At Deptford, Kent, England, Nov.
30, 1887, Ada Charlotte Evans, sister to
MrsT. Jjt.Bnwllns, of Honolulu, aged
Among the passengers by the
Australia was Mr. T. Shimizu, a
young Japanese, a graduate of tho
Naval School, who comes to engage
in Christian work among his country
men on these islands. He has been
engaged in this work in San Fran
cisco in connection with the Metho
dist Mission. He will work hero
under the direction of the Hawaiian
Board, the Central Union Church
having voted to pay his salary for
PROSPECTS AT CHINESE NEW
The Chinese New Year finds the
business men in Chinatown hard
pressed for money to settle their
accounts. The fire, tho liquor law,
the opium license, the unsettled poli
tical and financial prospects all have
had a share in. bringing about this
state of affairs. Besides all this,
vessels expected from China have
not yet arrived, and the City of New
York was not allowed to land her
freight, much of which was goods
designed for the New Year's trade.
SUPREME COURT IN PROBATE.
UEFOItE BICKEIITON, J.
Tuesday, Feb. 7, 1888.
Estate of Lorenzo Marchant. F.
A. Schaefer applied for temporary
administration and Friday, March
2d, set for proof of will.
F. M. Hatch, Attorney for petitioner.
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL TERM.
LOCAL & CENERAL NEWS.
will be Chinese
. MORE DESTRUCTION.
By tho steamer Kaala, which ar
rived last evening, a report was re
ceived of considerable damages done
to houses at Koolau and Waialua,
during the recent heavy weather.
A warehouse at Mokuleia was com
pletely demolished. Two houses at
Kapuuwiki were blown down, and
one at Waialua was leveled by the
wind and washed away by the river.
Mr. Dickson's house had a close
shave from being blown down. Trees
were snapped off or uprooted and
houses shifted by the wind at some
Tho weather last night was very
nasty. Tho Kaala did not stop at
Waianae, on account of bad
MuBio at tho Rink to-morrow
evening for skating and dancing.
The bark Lady Lampson will sail
for San Francisco on Saturday
The Band will play at tho Queen's
Hospital to-morrow afternoon from
3 to 5 o'clock.
Wednesday, Feb. 8, 1888.
The Court opened at 10 a. m.
Foreitrn iurv in attendance: and at
11.20 a. k. ordered a recess taken
until 2 y. u.
The King vs. George Hawkins
and Joseph Silva ; conspiracy.
Indicted at October term.
Partly heard on 6th inst., and
continued till to-day. Tried before
a foreign jury; verdict, not guilty.
Defendants are acquitted and dis
charged. The Court directed the jury that
the Crown having failed to prove a
material allegation in the indictment
under the circumstance they must
acquit the defendants.
The jury without retiring rendered
a verdict of not guilty.
Attorney-General C. W. Ashford
and F. M. Hatch for the crown ; "W.
A. Kinney for defendants, t
Thursday, Feb. 9, 1887.
The Court opened at 10. 0G a. m.
Foreign jurors in attendance.
12 m. recess is taken until 1 r
James W. Gay vs. Joseph
Mendonca ; action of Covenant.
Over from January term, 1888.
Being tried before a Foreign jury.
Will possibly be finished to-day or
A. S. Hartwcll for plaintiff"; F.
M. Hatch for defendant.
J. A. Cummins, Esq., left for Wai
munalo, on his steam yacht Waima
A OAUDKN party will bo given, at
tho residenco of Mr. T. H. Davies,
next Tuesday afternoon.
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Harry, who injured Charloy at
Waikiki, was to be tried in tho Polico
Court this afternoon.
Tub Hawaiian Band will play at
tho Queen's Hospital bctweon three
and live o'clock to-morrow,
AN IMPORTANT SALE.
"We understand that Mr. Robert
II. Hind has purchased Messrs. W.
G. Irwin & Co.'s entire interest in
the Star Mill Co., at Kohala, which
includes tho control of the stock,
and the. present book debt amount
ing to something over $100,000. In
connection with this transaction Mr.
Hind also purchased from W. G.
Irwin & Co. some valuable tracts
of land which they owned near the
Hawl Mill. Altogether the sale is au
important one and involves a large
sum of money.
In another column will bo seen
tho annual election of officers of tho
Star Mill Co. for tho onjming year.
"We understand that W. G. Irwin
& Co. will still retains the agency of
tho company as representing Mr.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
For San Francisco, per S. S. Ala
meda, to leave here Ieu.
A man was arrested this morning
on a warrant-sworn out by his wife
charging him with wilful neglect.
The Hawaiian Business Agonoy
will shortly inovo into tho bluo house,
cornor of Fort and Merchant streets.
Boyan and wifo, R.
Au, interested in tho formation of
a debating club aro invited to meet
this ovoning, at 7 :30 o'clock, in tho
room of Engino Qo. No, 2. Organi
zation is tho object of ttyo ruoeting,
12: A. L
W. Wilcox and
wifo, Dr. Webb and wife, J, T.
Waterhouse jr., J. Dyer, J. Petroff,
S. Busli and lady, F. T. Throssell,
F, R. Throssell, W. B. Cahouno, J.
S. Cove, Leigh Hunt and wife, and
For San Francisco, per S. S. Aus
tralia, Feb. 14: II. F. Glado, J. J.
Flynn, Sands Forman, J. D. Col
raqn, Cnpt, Hobron and wifo, C. F.
Overbouch. F. M. Shimp, C. E.
Blair, Geq. Bonuoy, S, Fpstcr, Miss
Ah Ku, violating session laws of
Hakuoo and Swanscy, drunken
ness, 80 each.
D. Kahanu, selling awa without
a license, not concluded.
Ill I .I.IIIMIIMII
Late Foreign News
Chicago, Jan. 21. A Nebraska
City special says: Judge Kinney,
Agent at the Yankton Sioux Indian
Reservation, arrived here yesterday.
It took him five days to go thirty
miles, the thermometer being 4 deg
below zero most of the time. The
coal on the train ran low, when tho
passengers all crowded into one car.
The men discarded their outer gar
ments and wrapped the womon nnd
children up in thorn. Two babies
perished. Tho Judge says tho loss
of life in Dakota is under-estimated,
as tho newspapers have tried to
cover it up. While at a station in
Bonhomme county nine frozen bod
ies were brought into the depot in
one doy. The loss" in the whole
county will reach 1G0, and estimates
made in Yankton yesterday of tho
loss of life through the Territory
llguro up over ono thousand lives.
Tho roads from the agency to Yank
ton wore lined with dead cattle,
many farmers losing all they had.
Although a largo number of Indians
were out huntinggduring tho storm,
none aro missing.
Cleveland, Ohio, Jan. 21.
"Grandma" Garfield, mother of tho
late President James A, Garfield,
died tliis morning at the homo of
Mrs. Garfield, in Mentor, aged
I eighty-six years,
Washington, Jan. 23. Tlio Su
promo Court to-day rondcrcd a de
cision in tho Maxwell-Preller mur
der case, dismissing tho case for
want of jurisdiction. The effect of
the decision is to nfllrm the sentence
of death pronounced by the Mis
souri State Court.
New York, Jan. 23. The Post's
Washington special says that the
new Postal Convention with Canada
simply adds to the provisions of the
other conventions the right to send
mail matter of the fourth class.
Anything which can be sent through
the domestic mails, liquids excepted,
may now be sent to Canada by mail.
Duties will be collected on dutiable
articles at the post olllce of tho ad
dress. Tho amount will be stated
upon a slip attached to tho package
by the assessing customs officers at
the exchange office from, which the
package will be forwarded to its
New York, Jan. 23. TheB Essex
Market Polico Court was crowded
this morning, tho occasion being the
appearance of tho olficcrs of Peter
Cooper Post of the Grand Army of
the Republic, which was arrested
yesterday while taking part in the
funeral procession of a dead mem
ber, tho charge being that the
parade was without a permit. In
addition to Peter Cooper Post many
other Grand Army men were pre
sent. Justice Patterson says that?
the fclaw was originally passed to
prevent riotous anarchist parades.
Ho wished to read up, and post
poned further examination for a few
New York, Jan. 24. An Ottawa
special says: It is semi-officially
stated that the Home Government
has urged the Dominion Cabinet to
make such concession on the fisher
ies question as will bring about a
settlement. It plainly intimated that
while the demands of Canada are
admitted to be of importance, they
must not be allowed to prejudice the
larger international interests invol
ved. There arc indications of a
yielding disposition on the pait of
the Canadian Government under the
unusual pressure from Downing
street, and the absolute certaint3'
that the Canadian terms would in
any case be refused by tho Ameri
can Congress. In olllcial quarters
the reports from Washington that
the negotiations have broken down
New Yoik, Jan. 24. An Ottawa
special says: The semi-official an
nouncement comes from Uiiiglanu
that Hon. Joseph Chamberlain is
likely to succeed Lord Lansdownc as
Governor-General of Canada. It is
represented that in view of import
ant questions which are likely to
arise, the British Government desires
to have its Canadian Executive one
who cannot entirely keep the over
ambitious Canadians in check, but
who is conversant with every phase
of the social and political condition
of the country. It is known that
Lord Lansdownc is anxious to return
to his Irish estates.
Washington, Jan. 30. The Signal
Corps Station at Nantucket reports
upwards of fifty vessels in the ice
near Nantucket and from Great Point
to Tuckernut Shoals. Many of them
are adrift, having lost anchors and
chains. The ice is ten inches or
more thick, and the most powerful
vessels can render them no assistance.
Most of them will be wrecked unless
prompt assistance is rendered when
the ice breaks up.
Washington, Jan. 30. The House
Committee on tho Election of Presi
dent and Vice-President will to-day
report favorably on Representative
Crain's Constitutional amendment
changing the time of the meeting of
Congress. Jt provides that Congress
shall meet on the first Monday in
January of each year instead of tho
first Monday in December, as at
present, and that tho sessions shall
not extend loncrer than the 31st of
December following. This is in
tended to do away with the short
sessions of Congress.
New York, Jan. 30. Various esti
mates, ranging from 2,000,000 to
85,000,000, aro raado of the losses
by the great fire on Broadway to
day. It is claimed as aggrcvating
circumstances that there was an in
sufficient force of water. Fiv.o'largc
buildings are total wrecks, and the
firemen are still pouring water on
the smoking ruins. It is said that
several hydrants were found frozen
when the flames had gained headway
and they had to be thawed out,
causing some delay. Tho stock is
completely ruined in eight buildings.
Two buildings, those at 549 and 551
Broadwuy, were old buildings. They
wero in such a bad condition that no
insurance company would take risks
on them except at exorbitant rates.
They aro reported to bo a total loss.
During the progress of tho fire many
persons who had business on tho
premises, proprietors, reporters and
others, had narrow escapes from tho
falling bricks and debris. The fire
is said to have been caused by a
badly banked flro in Roger's building.
Vienna, Jan, 18. The "Frcm
denblatt" hopes tho peaceful utter
ances expressed by tho Czar in re
sponding to the New Year congratu
lations of the city of Moscow fully
correspond with tho earnest desire
everywhere prevailing lor tip maw
withstanding tho effort made to that
end, tho fooling of anxiety regard
ing tho future, which is now weigh
ing on everybody, does not seem to
London, Jan. 23. John Bright,
in a letter to tho papers, says that
Gladstone prefers to maintain silence
when questioned legarding such
cases as the circulation of bills, at
tributing tho Mitchcllstown riot to
Bright and Chamberlain. Bright
fears that Gladstone does not object
to the stones and mud thrown by his
followers. He says Gladstone lat
terly has given uo definite answer
regarding Irish affairs, probably be
cause he fears that the reply might
injure his cause and party.
Sofia, Jan. 24. Prince Ferdinand
and party arrived at Philippopolis
yesterday evening. At various stations
along the railroad crowds has assem
bled, which displayed great enthus
iasm, and presented addresses of
fidelity to the Prince. At Philip
popolis the party was welcomed by
the Commander of tho Garrison, the
Prefect, Greek and Bulgarian
Bishops, Turkish Muftis and Jewish
rabbis, who presented Prince Ferdi
nand with addresses. Along the
route to Dr. Tchoumakoff's resi
dence, where the party is stopping,
the people showed the greatest en
thusiasm, cheering the Prince nnd
his mother and throwing bouquets
to the ladies of the party. The town
was brilliantly illuminated.
New York, January 30. A Rome
cable to the "Woild" says: An un
pleasant incident, which lias greatly
affected the Pope, occurred at the
Vatican the other day. As the Grand
Master of the Household of the
Prince of Colonna was advancing to
tho throne of his Holiness to present
a magnificent diamond jubilee gift,
on behalf of his master, he suddenly
fell forward on Ins face, and wlien
raised was found to be dead.
Rome, Jan. 30. The Cabinet
Council has decided not to renew
the commercial treaty of 1881 with
France, but will make new and con
ciliatory proposals to France upon
which a treaty can be based. If
France should reject its ally's offers
negotiations will be brought to an
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
have just received oj. Australia
another lot of that "I'llILADEU'HIA.
LA.GEU BEKR" in kegs, which they
aro offering to their customers. 01 lw
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Bear of Lucas' Mill.
I7INEST BRANDS OF CALI
X forma Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for sale in kec' and cases by
UONSALVES & CO.,
01 Queeu gtrcet.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing nlil bo gratefully recclv.
eil for tho use of tho Innrute of tho
Brunch Hospital for Lepers at Knkaako,
or Rt the Leper Scttlinent on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Waicrhouse, jr., nt tho
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
TOB PRINTING ol all kinds exe
J ciiteri ut tha Daily Bhi.lktih Quire
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
iu rooms, No. 4 Uaidcn Lime, the
second door from Union street. Apply
on the premises. Iftlf
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Jan. 14. No. 29.
60 Columns of Original Matter.
Is now issued and will be found to
bo an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing GO columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
& complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.50
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewett, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Olllce.
& 65 FORT STREET.
SPECIAL SALE FOR!
LINEN CARRIAGE ROBES $5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
GREAT BAEAI I LADE' UNDERWEAR !
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK IN THAT DEPARTMENT.
mentioned articles will be sold
63 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin fc Co.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 FORT STREET, HONOLULU.
Expert Aocountanis and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo & Life Insuranco
Agents, Custom-House, Loan and Exchango Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts nccumtely kept i.ml tuopcrly adjusted.
Collections Mill receive spiciul attention nii'l returns promptly made.
Conveyancing a Specialty, Records searched and correct Abstracts of Title
Legal Documents and Papers of every (ksuriplion carofully drawn ami hand.
soincly cngrr s-ed.
Copying and Translating in all languages in general utc U this Kingdom.
Real Estate bought and sold. Tc$ paid and Property safely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents collected.
Fire and Lifo Insuranco effected in ffrst class Insuranco Compauius,
Custom-Housa Business transacted with accuracy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at tavorablo rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions solicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or sold on moat favorable terms.
Inter-Island Orders will receive particular attention.
2T All Business entrusted to our oare will receive prompt and faithful attention at
Haing had nn extcnsivo hrsinrB4 experience for oer twcuty.flro years in
New York City and elsewhere, we feel competent to attend to nil business of an
Intricate and complicated nature, or requiring luet and discretion, and respectfully
solicit a Uial.
Bell Telephone No. 274. Xlti'wniiuii KuwiiicNS .Asreiicy.
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Telephone Hoth Companies '.M0.
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IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FHESII GOODS from California on ICE, by each steamer of tho O. S. 8. Co.
. A COMI'l.UTU USE OK
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
Ji:sr ir.cr.ivr.D isr "zhaiakdia"
A FINE LOT OF ''NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. " Taranaki Butter,"
All of which we oiler to the Public at IlKASONABLE PRICES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
By c-nch arrival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINE.
-o WE HAVE o-
DEDUCED ALL GOODSE
tpnanco pf neaco. I.t says i,t cannot,
However, overlook the fact that not-
WING WO TAI 8b GO.
'Al Xuuauti Htreut,
Have jubt received ex b'mr ''Alameda,"
a choice lot of
Embroidered Silk Tablo Covers,
" " Pillow Cases,
Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Fans, &c., &c.
Also a largo lino of
China Matting, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor TrunkH, llattan Chairs,
Japanese Screens, Provisions, &c.
Mrs. A. M. Mollis
navinjr. removed her Dressmaking
go. 17 Emma St.,
Will be pleased to scalier friends and
natrons there from and after January
Mutual Telephone 484 ; Uell 410.
THE DAILY BULLETIN -The
most popular paper published.
EVERY DEPARTMENT f
B. F. EHLERS & GO.
Just Received at HoBlister & Co.'s
A. largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., . LUNDBOBGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
1592 WHOLESALE AND RETAIL.