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SATURDAY, FEU. ll, 1888.
Feb 11 ,
a S Alnnicd'i fiom the Colonic en route
for Sun Kianelsco
Stmr Kltinn from Hawaii and Mnul
Stmr Kilnnea lion fiom Mnhukoim
Stmrlwnhini from llmiinkua
Stmr Llkoltko fiom Kithtilul
S mrLehun fiom llniu.ikun
htmr Wnhilcnlo from Knuni
lib O O Whltuioio fiom Poit Townscnd
Stmr Wnitnnn.ilo from Wuiuinunlo
Feb U ,
Ilk Lady Imipson for San rancisco
S S Alameda for fc'nn Pmnclseo at
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Stmr Kinau for Ullo and way noits at 4
For San rianclsco, per
Laumson, Feb 11 William
E Uchriiml , , ,
From llamnkua per stmr lwalani,
Feb 11-J S Kay, J it Miller, 15 Oiiomo
and 11 dee'.
Prom llilo and way ports per stmr
Kinau, Feb 11 S Foster. Thco II Ti
, vies, J Kenton. J Oushlughnin, J II
Reeves, .T A M Osoi io, J L aIioIo, M ss
M Bush, Mis .1 W Widdcllcld, M ss
Kaula Shaw. Mis C Goliler and child,
Mis II llauison and daughter ami J2
deck. . .. , , ,
Fiom Kahulul, liana and Molokaipcr
stmr Likcllkc, Feb 11 Mr Cottcicll, A
Fernandez, West, Dr Yoshlda, Clto
and vlio, E M. Walsh, Mr Laws, Cant
Heincmann and wife, Mrs Olenstead, b
F Chllliiifrwoith, wifo and child, Mrs H
Smith, Mrs G Maible, KLucdsay, J H
S KalDo, It W Meyer, Master Dunc.ui.
Mr Burrow and CO deck.
Fiom the Colonics pur's S Alameda,
for Honolulu, Feb 11 Mis McLean,
Mrs I J Claik, Mrs Von Tempiky, Master
Kcttc, Miss i.hapman, Mis Warucr,wlfo
and m-iid and 101 passengers In tianslt.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Kinau 14G4 bgs sugar, 10 1 hides, 30 bgs
enrn, 00 b's spuds, 30 bgs taro and
00 pkgs snudrips.
lwalani 1,830 bgs sugar.
AValaleale 3230 bgs sugar.
The S S Alameda sailed fiom Sydney,
Jan. CGth. at 0.40 a. m., disehaigcd
pilot. Stopped for Auckland pilot Jan.
SOth, 7.20 a. in., 3 days, 20 Ins (! mln.
Disobliged Auckland pilot 3oth, ti,-10 p.
in. Stopped Feb. 3idat5.30 p. in. off
Tutulla to exchange mails, detention 30
m. Stopped 'for Honolulu pilot Feb.
11th, at 7.23 a. in., 10 days 18 hrs 80
minutes. From Auckland 12 dyslOhis 54
nihi. Fine weather with noSEorN
E trades; heavy weather and N" W
swell. ,, , . ,
The bk Lady Lamps mi sailed to-d.vy
for Pan IiaucKco, taking 12,341 bgs
sifar, weighing 1,378,0S7 lbs, and 200
buuclu bananas. Total value of cargo,
The schooncis Mary Foster and Lilio
Uho ate on the way heie from Kuspiau,
VESSELS IN PORT.
IIMS Caroline, Sir W Wiseman
U S S Vandalia, Hear Adinhal Kimbcrly
Am tein G C Peikins, Noidberg,
Bktnc Amelia, Kuwball
Bgntne Consuelo, Cousins
S b Australia, lloudlett
VESSELS EXPECTED FROM FOREIGN
H Nelths M's Zllveren Kiuis, Jockc,
from S America due Mar 1-20
US S Marion, from South America,
duo .Ian 10-31
Am bark Will W Case, Robertson,
from San Fianciseo, duo at Kahului,
II I' J M S Tsukuba, from Tahiti, due
Ger bark Dcutclilaud, fiom Biemcn,
sailed October 28th, due Feb 1-20
Am bk Maltha Davis, F M Benson,
from Boston, due Mar 1
dm ship Mjstlc Helle, Cooke, fiom
New York, duo March 1-20
Brit bk St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Cardiff, October 22d, duo March 1-20
Brit bk Xatuna, sailed fiom Liver
pool, Nov 20th, due Mar 0-31
Am bk Saranac, from Sau Francisco,
duo Jan 1-10.
Am bk Lady Haiewood, from Hong
kong, due Deo 5-23
Ger bkll Pilt7cnlerg,from Honkong,
due Deo 10-15
Am hktno Lmeka, Meyeis, fiom San
Fiaiiolsco, duo Jan 1-10
AmbaikOO Whltmoie, fiom Poit
Townsond, duo Jan 20-31.
U S S Adams from Samoa, duo Feb
Am bk lid wind May, Johnson, fiom
Hougkoug, duo Jan 20-31.
Am bktno Huttle S Bangs, Bangs,
from Hougkoug, duo Feb 1-6.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Mns. and Miss. Warner, intended
through passengers by the S. S. Ala
meda, will remain in Honolulu for a
Messiis. Thco. Davica and Colin
Jackson will hold a children's Borvico
at 3 o'clock to-morrow afternoon, at
tho Y. M. O, A. hall.
Mn. Jas. F. Morgan will sell at
public auction atNo. 30, Kinau street,
on Monday, Feb. 13th, all the house
hold furnittiro of Mr. Geo. Dcrnbnch.
Mu. Wood, writing fiom Mahukona
to Messrs. Castle & Cooko, says tho
damage to tho railroad thero by tho
lato btorni will amount to about
$13,000 and to tho sugar $10,000.
Libp of officers for tho ensuing
year of the Ladies' Alta Society :
Mis. J. F. Bowler Fiesidont
Mrs. J. McDonald. . . ., Vice-President
Mrs. Opforgolt Secretary
Mrs. Haneman Treasurer
Oapt. Ilnyley hnB ugain joined tho
British army, nnd is now in India.
Tun Btcaincr Alnmcda ni rived
fiom tho Colonics this lnoining, and
will lcavo for San Francisco at 10
Mn. James F. Moignn will sell on
Monday Feb. 13th, at No. 30 Kinau
struct nil tho household effects of
Mr. Geo. Dcrtuiclt.
llt'V. T. 11. llasenll, formerly of
Lahainaluna, has built a fine house
at Ituthciford, N. J., where hois
Principal of the High School.
Aiiout .'10 young men visited Mr.
Jones' last night, and a pleasant and
sociable tiino was spent. Refresh
ment in abundance were served.
Tun steeple of Father Damion's
church ,at Kalawao, Molokai, was
blown down, and much damage done
to native houses, dining the lato
Lewis it Co. havo just received ex
Alameda, another lot of ficsh Tara
naki buttor in 1 lb rolls, also salt
butter, N. 7t. potatoes, and a choice
lot of N. Z. smoked schnappcrs.
Mn. J. C. Marehant notifies the
imblic that ho has purchased, tho
book bindery, paper ruling, and'hlank
book manufactory, from Mr. Thoa. G.
Thrum, and that ho is prepared to
executed all woik in the above lines,
with neatness and despatch, and at
veiv leasonable rates.
Thu Hon. C. It. Bishow has pur
chased the libraiy of the late Judge
Fonfandcr and presented the same
to tho Honolulu Libiary & Reading
Room Association. Tho Association
si to bo congratulated upon this
valuable acquisition to its literature.
The American whaleship Alaska;
Captain Fisher, was at Chatham Isl
ands on January -1, with 200 bar
rels spenn oil sinco leaving Fa'naina.
Captain Fisher- was bound right
whaling, and expects to bo at the
Bay of Islands in Juno next. N. Z.
Rnv. J. A. Cruzan has sent to his
fiicnds copies of the new Church
'Manual of tho Thiid Congiegational
Church of San Francisco, of which
ho is now in charge. The Manual is
very tabteful .and complete. Tho
total menibeiahip is 195, organized
for all tho vaiious dopaitmonts of
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
play at Emma Square this afternoon
commencing at 4:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme:
March Rudolf Stephanie Krai
Oveiture Tancrcdi Rossini
Polonaise Brilliant (new) Chopin
Reminiscences of Balfe Godfrey
al tz. Doctrins Strauss
Polka Black Hussais MillocLcr
BURNED AT SEA.
The bark J. T. Berry, of Thomas
ton, Main, from Philadelphia bound
for Hongkong, was burned at sea.
Captain Watts, chief officer G. W.
Matthews, J. Thompson, carpenter,
J. P. Beam, passencer, and Hans
Gnoll, Tho. Ghristainson, Richard
Spour, and S. Lass, seamen, and two
Chinese passengers, after being
seven days at sea in an open boat
reached Australia. Another boat
witlt tho second mate and crew have
not been hoard from. The N.S.W.
Government sent out steamers in
search of the missing seamen but up
to the time of tho sailing of the
Alameda, no report of their having
been found was received. The cap
tain and seamen above above named
arc on the S. S. Alameda.
THE WESLEYAN MISSIONARIES.
Tho Wesleyan missionaries in
Samoa in their last annual report
just received, say: "That for the
whole of last year there has been
nothing .but unrest. In their opi
nion it is cot tain there never will be
permanent peace so long ns the
government remains in the hands of
tho natives. Tho Samoans cannot
govern themselves. They have had
ample opportunity of demonstrating
what they can-do ; and it is evident
to all, to themselves in particular,
that there will never bo any govern
ment worth tho name, in these
islands until they arc annexed by
one of the Great Powers."
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL TERM.
BEl'OItE J'UESTON, J.
Saioiidat, Feb. 11, 1888.
Tho Court opened at 10;05 a. m.
and at 10:22 a. m. ndjournod until
Tuesday, 14th, at 10 a. m. when
Scliaefer vs. Willfong will bo tried
nnd foreign jurors will bo required
to attend. On Wednesday, 15th,
estate Matme a Probate appeal will
botiicd, and Hawaiian jurors will
be required to attend.
The King vs. Leo Fook, perjury.
Defendant's petition for process for
contempt of Court against Luiii
Kum Cheung, Cliing Cheung Ping,
and Henry M. Whitney.
Order to show cause why they
should not be attached for contempt
is issued returnable on Saturday next
Very Sick Husband (to weeping
wife) It may come out all right
yet, my dear; so don't cry. Weep
inc Wife I cun't help it, John.
You know how easily
I am moved to
A teriihlo storm and tidal wave
did an immense amount of damage
at Mahukona, lastMondaw morning.
About 1 :C0 a. ii. (writes Mr. Fen
nel), the sea came in from tho S.W.,
tcniing up the wharves, staving in
the lower sido of tho store house,
demolishing the office, and destroy
ing a section of railroad. In its
track was a 2-ton spur wheel, which
was carried inland about 200 feet.
It also demolished the cattle pen,
tore up the" bridge across the cut
under the store houso on the rail
road, washed away the turn-table,
and destroyed or ovoi turned every
thing in its track.
At 3 a. ii. tho same morning, there
wero a succession of waves from
the westward, from 20 to 30 feet
high, that completed the work of
destruction commenced by the first
The keel C;f tho wrecked Jenny
Pitts that has" been laying on the
rocks at the beach for the last 4
years, was picked up and carried in
land about 300 or 400 yards, taking
in its course tho chicken coop and
pig pen belonging to Mr. "Wight, and
landing near his dwelling.
A large pile of lumber in front of
S. G. Wilder & Co.'s store, as well
as a long point of rocks making into
tho sea from the same place, proba
bly saved that building fiom being
swept away. As it is, very little
damage was done there, only a por
tion of the verandah town up, and
a small quantitj of grain destroyed.
In the railroad store house there
were about 5,000 bags of sugar,
4,000 of which are more or less
damaged. It is being sent back to
the mills to bo dried and re-bagged,
as fast as possible. By to-night it
will all be out of the store house.
Previous to the tidal wave there
was a terrifllc squall, which only
lasted a minute or so, but in that
short time did considerable damage
to the lumber yard,-in some places
carrj'ing the lumber a thousand feet
It is impossible to estimate accur
ately the damage done until a sur
vey of the premises has been made,
and the amount of sugar lost has
been ascertained, but it will extend
into the thousands.
The Lehua will be despatched this
evening with men and material to
repair the damage. Messrs. Wight,
Cabot, and Ouderkiik will also go
up by her to superintendent the
work. Mr. William Wilder informed
a representative of this paper that
by Monday the debris would be
cleared away, and the place in work
ing order again.
The waves was also felt at Kaw ai
hae. It carried away both wharves
at that place, not even leaving a
stone to mark the place where the
wharves were, but did very little
damage to other property.
SUPREME COURT IN PROBATE.
UEVOKE IMlESTON, .1.
Estate of W. B. Wright, ordered
that the accounts of W. C. Parke
administrator, bo approved and his
Wm. McGurn vs. Mary E. Mc
Gurn. Injuction herein dissolved.
Libellant ordered to pay respondent
$5.00 per week, for support of her
Bclf and child.
BEKOItE BICKEUTOK, J.
Estate of Lealea (w), continued
from Monday, ordered that letters
of administration issue to J. A.
Morgan under $500 bond.
Satukdat, Feb. 11th.
T. II. Harrison's case was re
manded until moved on, so as to
allow him a chance to get out of the
Kong Fai, larceny 3rd degree, one I
year at narcl labor.
Ah Chunc, smuggling opium, for
feited $50 bail.
J. C. Stapenweig, committed to
the Insane Asylum.
Sam Lee, smuggling opium, for
feited $500 bail.
A PRINTER'S ESSAY.
A. II. TO T. U. W,
An S A now I mean to writo
To U sweet K T J
Tho girl without a II
Tho bello ofUTK
My M T head will soarce conceive
A calm IDA bright
But. 8 T miles from U I must
M ) this chanco to writo.
And first ihould N 1 . N V U
Be K Z mind it not
If any friendship alio bestow
It shall not bo 4 got.
Sho scorned haughty with a laugh
Her cousin's heart and gJtF"
Ho offered in a if
A broad of land.
He says ho loves U to X H
Ever virtuous &. Y'
All others in his I's.
And if U cannot cut a -
Or cause au I
1 trust U will put a .
To 1 ?
Now faro U well sweot K T J
I trust that U aro true
When this U O then can U ay
The Kinau brought three boxes of
books for the llilo Library this
week. A more extended notice of
them will appear at a later date.
The Kinau is in llilo for so short a
lime that they cannot receive pio
per attention. They are n present
from the Honolulu Library Associa
tion and are much appreciated on
account of the kindly feeling which
The writer of the Notes went out
one day not long ago to visit a
school which is located in llilo Dis
trict, a few miles from town. The
school seems to consist of a "mixed
multitude" of about twelve. One
child was certainly not over three
years of age, if it was so old, two
otlieis were certainly under five.
Nearly all aro engaged in eating
haukiukis, gouging them out with a
deft twist of the thumb. All chil
dren seemed to be perfectly free to
sit on the benches which were ranged
around the room without desks, or
on tho floor, as their own tastes dic
tated. Only those reciting' were re
quired to remain in a definite atti
tude, and they were by no means
stationery. The roof was so low
that boys of moderate size count
write and draw pictures on it with
their chalk. And they had certainly
not neglected their opportunities in
that line. The main exercise of the
school seemed to consist of a mono
tonous and dolefully chant which
to some would seem to be nn ancient
heathen incantation. But on a
closer examination it resolved itself
into the multiplication table. On
leaving the school thoughts and
queries relative to our boasted edu
cational system flooded the mind of
the visitor. On returning to llilo,
he propounded to the School Agent
some of these queues. "Well, you
can't expect much for fifty cents a
day," was his good-natuicd reply.
Thoughts of Dr. Johnson's saying
about all the virtues for a. small com
pensation were theu in order. No,
wo cannot expect much for fifty
cents a day, and a man ought not to
expect more than fifty cents a day
for such work. We pay for all we
get, and piobably get all we pay for.
We ought to be satisfied. But wo
are not satisfied. Wc want teachers
of better ability, and wc want better
facilities. "Why don t you pay
more for teachers and get better
ones'." addressed to tho School
Agent, illicitcd the information that
it was not from lack of inclination
but from lack of funds that he failed
to take the course suggested. This
suggested a new set of questions.
Are the teachers of llilo paid so well
as those of other districts? If not
we need not expect as good teachers
or have as good schools. Is llilo
getting its fair share from the pub
lic purse? These questions have
not yet been answered.
So the Supreme Court has decid
ed that the people hare not tho
absolute control of their own affairs
under the present Constitution.
Since the four Justices to whom the
question was refencd before are
agreed. It would be interesting to
know just why they refused to ex
press their opinion at that time.
Were they not sworn to support the
Constitution? And does not Art.
70 of the Constitution make it their
duty to givo their opinions on just
such matters? Were they tiilling
with some of their most important
duties? Or have two of the Jus
tices changed their minds? Per
haps the (full report will clear up
some of these matters but Tuesday's
Bdlu.tin is not yet at hand. llilo
and Hawaii feel a deep interest in
the matter, as they have been made
to feel the evils of irresponsible,
personal government as severely as
any part of the Kingdom.
The llilo Ice Works are tho latest.
Ice is advertised at fiom 2 to 3
cents per pound. Mr. D. II. Hitch
cock is proprietor and manager.
Tho drought has been somewhat
rolicved by light rain.. It has done
little or no harm, but it is not
able in llilo for its very existence,
llilo, Feb. 9.
THE "PARADISE OF THE PACIFIC."
The "Paradise of tho Pacific" will
bo issued to-day, but not until late.
A limited number of copies will he
rcadv to mail by the Alameda. The
general public will be supplied on
Monday in time for the Australia
which leaves at noon on Tuesday
on applying to Mr, J. J. Williams.
FACTS ABOUT TOBACCO.
The envoys of Christopher Co
lumbus to Guahani (San Salvador)
wero certainly tho first Europeans
acquainted with tho use of smoking
tobacco. Tho plant smoked by tho
Indians of Guahani was called by
them "coniba," but they called
their pipe "tabaco," nnd Columbus
gavo tho pipe's Indian name to the
plant, the right spelliug being "ta
baco" (Spanish) and "tabacco"
(Italian). Tho French pronuncia
tion has varied between "tobao"
and "tabao" the latter prevailing;
and the German between "tabuk,"
"tobak" and tuliak." Tho form
"tobalc," "tobao," "tobacco" is
from tho Flemish "toubalce," To
bacco was introduced to Europe
about 15G0 by a Dutch merchant,
who offered the plant to John Nicot,
French Envoy to Portugal. Nicot
presented tho plant to tho great in
quisitor, and at his return to France
to Queen Catheriuo do Mcdiuis, who
took an immediate fancy to it. Tho
"petun," as the plant had been
cnllcd by the Brazilian smokers, re
ceived for a time the 'poetical name
of "hcrbe n la rcine," and was
adopted with enthusiasm by the
gentry and army. John Nicot
(hence "nicotinna tabacum, ncco
tiana," etc.,) had, before leaving
Lisbon, informed the papal nuncio.
Cardinal Saint Crove, of thu new
discovery. Cardinal Saint Crove
introduced tobacco to Italy, and
the Italian merchants introduced it
to the counti ics of the East, espe
cially to Athens, Smyrna and Con
stantlnoplc. It seems, however,
that tobacco was used for smoking
in Persia and China three or four
centuries before the discovery of
America (Pallas, Meyer, etc., who
writes that the Chinese yellow to
bacco is tlio same as the American
"uicotiana rustica"). As to the
smokers in the "Thousand and One
Nights," it seems-impossible to as
certain if they smoked hasheesh,
American or Persian tobacco. The
botanist, Ncandcr, thinks that the
Persian and Dutch merchants have
an equal right to claim the honor of
the invention. Notes and Queues.
THE WICKED FLEA.
Trained fleas are exhibited from
time to time in Eastern cities.
Whether ti ained or untiained they
are extremely interesting insects
simply from an athletic point of
view. A healthy Ilea will cover 200
times its own length at one jump.
They aie plucky fighters and will
stand on their hind legs nud stiike
at one another until they lose legs,
antenna! and life. A single Ilea has
been known to draw a silver cannon
twenty-four times its own weight
and to show no fenr at the discharge
of gunpowder from the cannon.
PROTECTION SENTIMENT IN THE
Not many weeks ago the leading
newspaper of Alabama, the Mobile
Register, impressively declared its
sentiment in favor of protection to
Anictican industries and American
workingmen, and now wc And the
following utteiance in the Aija of
Birmingham, another important De
mociatic journal of the same date.
"We will carry the protection
banner for Alabama and Alabama's
workingmen if no other paper will
do it, and take our chances."
This is now the pievailing opinion
of every Southern Slate, except pos
sibly, Florida and Mississippi. N.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
hare just received ev Aulinlia
another lot of hat "l'HILADBLl'IIIx
LAGER BEKK" In lug-, which they
arc offering to ihoir cuaomers. 01 lw
RYAN'S BOAT BTJILDINO
SHOP. Rcai of Lucas' Mill.
9 NICE LARGE FURNISHED
second door fiom Union ititel.
on the premises.
CLEAN RAGS ami fcecauil hand
clothing will be gratefully lectlv
ed for the use of the innr.itus of iho
Branch Hospital for Lepers al Knkiiako.
or lit the Leper Sittlmeut on Mo!olui,
if left whh J T. Wmerhonse, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
Februaky 11. No. 30.
GO Columns or Original Matter.
Is now issued nud'will be found to
be an interesting and comprehensive
number, containing 00 columns of
reading matter on local topics, and
a 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 postago to
foreign countries. To be had from
J. II. Soper, Merchant street,
A. M. Hewelt, Merchant street,
mid Bulletin Office.
WING WO TAI 8l GO.
Hi Xiiunnii Htrvet,
Have jtibl received ex unir "Ahuneda,"
a choice lot of
Embroidered Silk Table Covers,
" " Pillow Cases,
" " Shawls,
Silk Sashes, Sandal Wood Fans, &c, &c.
Also a lingo line of
China Matting, China & Japan Tea,
Camphor Ti unks, llu't m Chains,
Jiipanece Sciecns, Provhlnns, &c.
Mrs. A. M. Mellis
Having removed her DressmaUiug
Wo. 17 Emma St.,
AY ill bu please. 1 to toe her friends und
patrons ilieru from and i.fter Jauuuiy
Mutual Tolepheno 484; ; Bell 410.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
LINEN CARRIAGE ROBES
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 F0I1T STEEET, HONOLULU.
Expert Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo &. Lifo Insurance
Agents, Custom-House, Loan and Exchange Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Hooks nnd Accounts uecuraUlv l.eni nd piopcily adjusted.
Collections will iccelvo apical attention and returns promptly made.
Convoyancing a Specialty. Records searched and correct Abstracts of Title
Legal Documents and Papers ofoery description carefully drawn and hand.
somclv eiigt s cd
Copying and Trauslating in all languages in uenci.il ute i this Kingdom.
Ileal Estata houghi and sol 1. Tines raid nnd Property rifely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leiscd aud rented, and rents collected.
Fira and Lifo Insurance clVu ted in llr.st el ua Insurance Companies.
Custom-Houso Business transacted whh accuracy and ditpatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions "olieitcd for Publishers.
Any Article purehuied or sold on mot favorable terms.
Inter-Island 0rder3 will receive particular attention.
C3&" All Business entrusted to our oaro will receive prompt and faithful attention at
Haing lutd an extensive bi!s:n-S3 experience for ocr twenty-five years In
New York City and elsewhere, wo feel competent to attend to all business of an
intricate and complicated nature, or requiring met and discrctloi, nnd respectfully
fcolicit a ti id.
Bill Telephone No. 274. XIxivniitin JBuisiueHH Agency.
ian 7.t-8 ly
Telephone Uolli Companies 'iln.
LEW3S & CO
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL
FHLS1I GOODS from Culiforniu on
"- a covi'i.i.Ti: lini: or
CROSSE &. BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
ji'bt nr.cF.ivnn kx "zeuandia"
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "!IDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES.
A" Very Choice Lot of.N.Z. " Taranaki Butter,"
All of which mo offer to Ihu Public ut HLASONAI3LE PIllCES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pouud Pats !
Ily each arilval from New Zenhiud SOMETHING FINE.
10 1 n fll NI rdi-3 IB n UFA MM HI wVu m Hw fl
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Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A large assortment of
Comprising tho well-known brands of
COLGATE & CO., LUNDBORGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOHA, HOST'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o.
S5ale at 3R,etsonalle JPricee.
WHOLESALE AND RETAILS
$5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
IN THAT DEPARTMENT.
mentioned articles will be sold
63 & 65 Eort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
1 1 1 F
P. O. Box 287.
DEALERS IN GROCERIES
IOE, by each steamer of the O.
S. S. Co.
EE - 3LERS & GO.