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Tho Aroodo-EGAN & CO.
New Store, New Goods
Tho Aroade-EGAN & CO.
Vnll nnil I'.xnmltio tlic
$12.00 Gent's Blue Flan'l Suits
The Aroade-EGAN & CO.
Gents' Furnishing Goods
IMncHt CiiNtom JInto Clothing,
IjIkIIcr' & CJcnt's K'lnn HIioch.
Tho Aroade-EGAN & CO.
Xeu'Mtovk, Latent Htjlcn to stilt tho
,11 out I'liNlliUoiiH.
aiclncrny HlocU, .
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TUESDAY, FI5B. 11, 1888.
Jlk l,;ulv lltuewnod fiom llougbong
StiiirMokolli fiom Moloknl
Stinr l.ehua fiom Mnliukonn
Slmr.I A Cutiitnlns from Koolnu
S S Antialla for S.iu Francisco at noon
Stnir M Ikiilmln for Kauai nt 5 i) in
Stmr Mkcllko fr Knliiiltil and - uj' porta
at 5 p in , .
Stmr Kilauea Ilou for IJninakua nt i
StinrSurpilso for I-aunalioehoc, Ono-
mc.i nnil Pupiilkou
Sclir Walmnlu for Houomn
Stmr Mokolii for Moloknl at 5 p m
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalanl for Lnliiilna and Humakua
at 8 ii m
i?m-Mmtl nnil Hawaii.- ver steamer
Klnau, Vuh 13 Miss llnttio foihes.Mrs
1, liuik, W W Gooilale, Mis V Spencer,
.1 Kenton, M G Con en, Missl Jndil and
servant, J 11 Ilookano, W B Keann,Mlss
Ileanu and 40 deck.
Fiom Ruining Islands, per schooner
Jennie Walker, Feb 13 Mr and Mrs
Wilson and child.
For San Fianulsco, perS S Austra
lia, Feb 140 C Swain, Mis V It Seal
and 2 clillihen, Miss X Bibwn, Miss
Wnltolue, A Wallstlne, S Foster, Miss
liLouisson, K WPeleison and wife, J
V. Coleman, H V Glade, F M Stump, C
T Ovci bough, Miss M llarudcn, Capt It
MuCrone, 1' C Jones and wife, Mis C
Itansley and 2 children, A Asheim, J J
Flynn, 8 Tornian?W II Upplncott, J W
H.ihn, II Hack, wife and 5 childien, J
Ullnecht, wife and child. J A MeMiller,
D Yaiuig, T Herring, .1 Dalgllsli, W P
Haitman, SBcny and 147 Poitugucso.
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Mokolli !)37 bags sugar, 15 head
of cattle, C calves, 40 sheep and 100
The S S Australia took fpr San Fran
cisco this noon, :2,082 bags of sugar,
2,U37 bags of rice. 3.238 bnebs bananas,
22(5 bdis green hides, 14 bdls sheep
Mkins, 180 green hides. Gl dry hides, 13
boxes fruit and 1 bdl goat skin. Value
The Alameda took for Pan Francisco
the other day 10,0G8 b.igs Migar, 1,297
bnclis bananas, and 17 boxe of leaves.
VESSELS IN PORT.
II M S Caroline, Sir W Wiseman
USS Vandalia, Rear Admiral Kimbcrly
13k Min, McCrone
Am tein G C Perkins, Noidbeig,
Bktne Amelia, Ncwhall
Bgntue Consuelo, Cousins
VESSELS EXPECTED FROM F0REICH
II Keiths M's Zilveren Kiuis, Jockc,
from S America due Mar 1-20
Am bark Will W Case, Robertson,
from San Francisco, duo at Kalmlui,
II IJMS Tsukuba, from Tahiti, duo
GerbaikDcutehland, from Bremen,
sailed October 28th, due Feb 1-20
Am bk Martha Davis. F M Benson,
from Boston, due Mar 1
Am ship Mystic Belle, Cooke, fiom
Xcw York, due March 1-20
Biit bit St Thomas Bell, sailed from
Caidiff, October 22d, duo March 1-20
Brit bk Xatuna, sailed from Liver
pool, Nov 29th, due Mar 5-31
Am bk Saranac, from San Francisco,
duo Jan 1-10.
Am bk Lady,Harewood, from Hong
kong, due Dec 5-25
due Dec 10-15
Am bktne Eureka, Meyers, from ban
Francisco, duo Jan 1-10
Am bark CO NHiitmore, from Port
Townseud, due Jan 20-31.
USS Adams from Samoa, due Feb
Am lik Kdward May, Johnson, fiom
Hongkong, duo Jan 20-31.
Am bktne llattie K Bangs, Bangs,
from Hongkong, due Feb lr5.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Co. B Honolulu Rifles thills this
The Qqo. W. DcLoiig Post, G. A.
It, meets to-night at 7.30 o'clock.
, m-. ,
Tun UnionTceil- Co. have just re
ceived n choico lot of New Zealand
oats, which they are now offering for
salo in quantities tobiiit.
Tub comniittco of management of
Queen Emma Hull is very grateful
for th'o llrebcntof a cioq'uut sot do
nated by Princess Kiuulani.
A I'ACKAan nmrkeil P.P Taia, con
taining a silver watch has been lost.
Tlio Under will bo rewarded by leav
ing the banio with Castle it Cooke,
.--. ..i .
At 10 a. m. to-morrow Mr. James
1 Morgan will sell ut the promises,
No. 20 Lunalilo streot, all the house
hold furniture, one horso anil top
buggy, and one set of harness.
Thk stcamor MokQjii arrived this
iininiig. lo luul, -ery oijglj
weather at Kalaupapiv and Olowolu.
When tho Mokolii left Molokai the
weather had moderated somewhat.
Tiibuh were 32 cases to be tried in
the Police Court to-day 17 drunks,
J assault and battery, 1 disturbing
tho ;iight, 1 insane, 1 violating tho
Bablmth and 2 on remand,
A maoio loutorn exhibition was
given at tho Chinese Y. M. O. A. last
night, under tho direction of Mr, F.
l),inipii.' T'ioio was 15(J Chinese pre
sent mid about $50 was realized.
Tiir.un were 3,030 lcttcis anil 1,129
papcia dispatched by tho the Austra
Tin: Pacific lloso Co. held its regu
lar monthly mooting last night. Two
now members wore admittcil, ahil
two ii'signcd on account of intended
ilupaituio fiom tho kingilom.
I - l m ,m
Tin: avails of tho conceit nt Kau
ninkapiH church lust night go to
wuids puichasing electric light chan
duliers for the. audience room, at" an
estimate cost of six hundred dollars.
Tun Equitable Lifo Insurtinco Co.
of New York, of which company Mr.
A. J. Cartwiight is thd Honolulu
ngent, have just mnde a successful
installation of 0,000 incandescent
olectiic lights, which will give an
idea of the vastness of the building
required by this company for tho
transaction of its business.
To-Monnow at 10 o'clnck a. m., at
the premises No. 20, Lunnlilo street,
Mr. Jus. F. Moigati, auctioneer, will
sell the entire household furniture.
Included in tho sale is a Mathuset
Grand Orchestral 7J Octavo Piano, in
good oidcr, valued at $800, 1 elegant
carved black walnut marblo kip bed
room tot, 1 koa aad sassafras bedroom
set, rugs, silver ware, plush sofas, and
at tho same time 1 family carriage
horso, 1 top buggy, 1 set harness.
Purchasers will bo shown tlnough tho
premises by Mr. Jno. Magoon.
THE U. S. S. MARION.
The-U. S. S. Marion arrived in
port yesterday afternoon, 32 days
trom Acapulco. Had fine weather
to port. Passed the ship Cumber
land 55 days out from Sydney bound
for San Francisco. The Marion is
a third rate wooden vessel, bark
rigged, 1,900 tons displacement.
She has an armament of 8 guns, 6
9-inch smooth bores, 1 GO-pound
breech loading rifle, and 1 8-inch
rifle. She has a compliment of 205
officers and men.
Following is a list of her officers:
Commander N. M. Dyer.'
Lieut.-Commandcr C. T. Hut-
Lieutenants C. F. EmmcricTi,
D. L. Wilson, J. C. Gilmore and
W. G. Hogg.
Ensign V. G.. Miller.
Chief Engineer James Butter
worth. Physicians Dr. P. Fitzsiramons
and Dr. Louis Atlee.
Naval Cadets W. G. McMillan,
A. II. Scales; F. M. Russel and C.
S. Craig. f ...
Paymaster Jno. Macmahon.
Pas't Assistant Engineer R. D.
Fisrt Lieutenant of Marines L.
Assistant Engineer E. Stuart
Carpenter G. Davis.
KAUAI NOTES. '
Last Saturday Kauai was visited
bjr the llercest gale that ha9 been
known here since 1874. The kona
wind began to blow on Frida' eve
ning and continued with unabated
fury until Sunday morning. Trees,
15 and 20 years old, were uprooted,
and others whose roots were more
protected, wero broken off just
a few feet above tic ground. The
diameter of many of these trees was
more than two feet. Roofs were
blown off, carriage and other out
houses were overturned, and yet
there seemed no lessening of the
storm. Saturday night, the roar of
the wind, the swaying of the houses,
and the general feeling of discom
fort were nt their height, and overy-
,one .longed lor the usual serenity
of the atmosphere. Shortly after
midnight, the wind began to de
crease and before morning it was
over. , During this week, there have
been frequent southerly winds.
On Monday last tho schooner Net
tie Merrill went to pieces on tho
reef near Waimea. The galo took
her there on Saturday, and though,
assistance was sent for, no vessel
arrived in time to save her. Among
other freight on board was Hie fitted
Juraber for a new house to bo put
up at Kckaha for E. Kopkc.
Judges and lawyers are very busy
in Lihuo this week, and there has
seldom been seen such a full calen
dar. A native woman of Nawiliwili, af
ter a severe illness died on Wednes
day. Her remains wero taken to
the Lihuo church yard, and wero
followed by a large concourse of na
tives. Kauai, Feb, ll.
SUPREME COURT SPECIAL TERM.
IIEUORB M'CULLY, J,
Tuk&dat, Feb. 14, 1888.
Tho Conit opened at 10 a. m. and
on account of its being mail day at
once took recess until 1 i. m.
Geo. II. pple vs. Upmel'p, j fp,rqT
closure of mortgage Decreo for
plaintiff entered for tho sum of
$339.02, principal and interest.
Estate Mary F. Lindsay accounts.
Partly heard and continued till
called. Monsarrat for adininlstra
tiix and theheiis.
Mr, Glm, at Clinton, M. T.,
wants his name changed. If he
would go to Italy and become an
opera singer ho would And hjs florae,
changed to Jihnmwiski uefore he re.
BRUCE ASSAULT AND
A very pathetic tale was told by
Miss Minnie Olseu, Mis. Bruco's
niece, in the Bruce assault nnd bat
tery ease in the Police Court this
morning. The girl, who is as pretty
as a picture, is nearly twelve years
of age. She was born in Norway
and lived there with an mint, be
cause her mother was very poor and
had many children to care for. The
auht in Norway died, and this aunt,
Mrs. Biuce, offered to take care of
tho child. The child left Norway
in company with a lady friend. At
Chicago, tho little ghl who could
speak no English then was left to
pilot her own way to Wisconsin, there
to meet her aunt Mrs. Bruce. She
has been in Honolulu about one
year, and has attended the English
Sisters' school as a day scholar.
For a year's tuition in tho English
language she speaks wonderfully
well, and is surprisingly bright.
Her aunt, the girl testified, had of
ten whipped her with a horse-whip,
because tho measure of milk looked
smaller than it ought, and she was
accused of stealing money. I was
playing in the yard last Sunday,
Miss Olsen relates, with a young
gentleman friend. Wo wcie tossing
a ball at each other, when the dog
jumped after it ana soiled my dress.
I was afraid aunty would scold, and
the young man gave me his hand
kerchief and told me to wet it and
take off the slain. Aunty saw me
with the handkerchief, and when I
told her why 1 had it she would not
believe me. She struck mo two or
three times and mado me tell a lie
to stop her whipping me. Sunday
night the girl was whipped black
and blue, unmercifully, as Dr. Mc
Wayne testiflrd. The aunt pro
mised another thrashing the next
day, and said she would send the
girl to the Reformatory school. The
girl did not know what to do, so
she got the young gentleman to take
her to Mrs. Wain's house that Sun
day evening, and she told the whole
story to Mrs. Wales and showed the
bruises from the whipping she had
received. Mrs. Berry, who was at
Mrs. . Wales' house, took the child
to Dr. MoWayno to have her
wounds treated, and Mr. and Mrs.
Moigan, who also live at Wales'
took care of the girl. When asked
in Court this morning if she liked
her aunt, Mrs. Bruce, she answered
in tue negative, and would rather
go back to Norway, or to some good
friends to live rather than go back
to her aunt. She said she would
like to live with Mr. and Mrs. Mor
gan, and they arc willing to take
her. Tho case not being ended this
noon, and as it could not come up
again until next Friday, the Court
had the girl taken to the English
Sisters' school, until the affair is
TO SAVE DOCTOR'S BILLS.
Never go to bed with cold or
Never lean with the back upon
anything that is cold.
Never begin a journey until the
breakfast has been eaten.
Never take warm drinks and then
immediately after go out in the
After exercise of any kind never
ride in an open carriage or near the
window of a car for a moment ; it
is dangerous to health, or even to
Never omit regular bathing, for,
unless the skin is in regular condi
tion, tho cold will close the pores
and favor congestion or other dis
eases. When hoarse, speak as little as
possible until the hoarseness is re
covered from, else the voice may be
permanently lost, or difllculties of
tho throat bo produced.
Merely warm the' back by the fire,
and nover continue keepiiigjthc back
exposed to the heat after it has be
comfortably warm. To do other
wise is debilitating.
N,evcr stand still in cold weather,
especially after having taken a
slight degree of oxerciso, mid al
ways avoid standing on the ice or
snow where a person is exposed to a
When coiner from a warm atmos
phere into a cooler ono keep the
mouth almost close, so that the air
may bo warmed by its passage
through the nose ere it reaches tho
Keep tho baok, especially be
tween the shoulder blades, well cov
ered, also tho chest well protected.
In sleepingiln a cold room establish
the habit of breathing through the,
nose, and never with the open
mouth. fN. Y. Mail and Express.
LOVE'S LABOR LOST.
Pray tc'l me, now, said a maiden guv,
Docs love lust forever, or die In a day?
J can not say.
DooHlm who It sooruoil leturii no more?
Can lovo oxlst In a heart of thioe-scoro?
Oh, yos galore.
And how does a pas,lonute lover fare
Who pleads In vulnV Does lie tear his
ITo may If ho dure.
Ami he who Is hopeless, what doe3 he
Docs hu drown himself r Does tho lady
lie only looks bluo.
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
X Dally Uullctiu 50 cts per month.
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
With tho l'lncut DNplny or Uootl
ever hIiowii In tlilH Kliistlom.
THE FASTEST STEAMSHIP IN THE
Captain Charlton, Interviewed by
a reporter of the "Melbourne Tele
graph" with respect to the extraor
dinary passage of the (Jrmuz from
London to Melbourne (27 days GA
hours), is reported to have said,
"Yes she is the fastest ship in the
world for long distances. There is
nothing afloat that can coinu up to
her, and this run will not be beaten
except by herself. And, mind you
this, shehas made the passage under
singularly adverse circumstances,
for from the time we crossed the
equator until we reachod here there
has been nothing but strong head
winds and high seas to fight against.
Well, yes, I did have instructions
about this voyage, of course, livery
commander has Instructions. But
we started with tho intention of
showing what was in the Ormuz,nnd
though we have made the fastest
nassacc, still, had not tho weather
been so bad, wo should have been in
Adelaide easily on Thursday morn
ing, instead of in tho afternoon.
Then Captain Charlton goes into
llgures. "You sec it is simply an
equation betwcpn speed and coal. I
think in saying she is the fastest
ship afloat I made the reservation
for a distance. Now the Umbria
and tho Etruria arc tho Atlantic
flyers, and for that voyage they
would beat me. But supposing they
came to Australia, and we started
level, thoy would go ahead and get
a long way in front. But after they
left Aden they would have to stop
here" (and Captain Charlton places
his finger on the chart at a spot
somewhere in the middle of the In
dian Ocean) "to coal. While they
were waiting I should pass them,
and get into port perhaps a day or
more before them. Now, wo have
not taken any coal since wo left
Aden, and we have covered Gill
miles since then. If the Umbria
tried that she would have to fill her
holds with coal instead of cargo.
No, I cannot tell you what coal wo
burn, but you can make it out for
yourself. We are 8500 horse-power,
ami the consumption is l.Glb. (one
pound and six-tenths) per horse per
hour. This is very small much
smaller than that in any large
steamer afloat. Of course, you un
derstand that I mean that, taking
into consideration the power ob
tained, the amount burnt is less
than on any vessel. The Admiralty
experiments failed to bring the rate
down lower than 2.5, so we have
beaten that. With regard to the
rqn, our best day.- was on the 5th
November, w.hen we recorded 420
miles for the 2-1 hours. That was
at the rate of seventeen and a half
knots, but we kept up sixteen right
through the voyage. I will explain
what I mean by an equation between
speed and coal. After doing that
110 we might have piled on the coal,
and driven her hard, and if we had
done so then we should have got to
King George's Sound pei haps twelve
hours before we could have obtained
a fresh supply to go on with. So
you see tho whole thing is reduced
to the very finest degree of nicety.
You have to take everything under
the sun almost into consideration,
and proceed accordingly. After that
big run, though, look how we fell
off (he points to tho chart again).
You see hero 389, 3G4, 339, 327,
354,381,370. That brings us .to
King George's Sound. Tho head
winds caused that falling off. Isn't
it enough? you ask. Certainly not.
She is good for 390 miles a day, and
she ought to do it, if wo had any
thing like luck."
AH OIL FLOW.
A L03 Angeles paper says : Re
ports from a most reliable source
reach this city to tho effeot that the
oil borers in Adams' canon, in the
Sespc country, Ytura countyjiavo
struck it rich. The How, as Dame
Rumor represents, equals 1,100 bar
rels a day fpr tho last well sunk. It
is said, moreover, that the well Is
capped as well as thoy can cap it to
keep the oil from flowing in even
larger measure. As it is theie aie
no means at hnnd to take care of
such a 1'uctolean stream, and this
richness is running wild all over the
country. They are loading It into
all sorts of natural receptacles to
prevent an inundation by the oleagin
ous flood. If this is true, as most
likely It is, the good news is of the
very highest importance to this suc
tion. Further refeiencc will bo
made to the subject at any early
HONORINC THEIR OLDEST CITIZEN.
I fancy you aro not aware that
Belgium has tho habit of. paying
' worship to its oldest citizen. The
oldest citizen here, is qs. mc an
ollloial as Tennyson, is, jn Kngland.
In order that tho patriarch's fame,
may wing Ha flight across the Atlan
tic, I must toll you his name is Wil
liam Vim Kcnteighem and that hu is
at the present moment one hundred
and six years ojd. The Go eminent
allows him a little pension, which
Bufnccs for all his material wants.
The entire population of Rudder
woode,where he resides, is feting
him as I write these lins,. "Ya)tis'oa,
are b,e(ng cp,rn,pria!l in his honor
poems laudatory of him nro being
penned and recited ; tho Mayor and
corporation aro presenting him with
an address, and tho clergy are giv-
ing him their benedictions. The
respectable old gentleman is enjoy
ing the best of health and is, 1 am
told, as litho and active as a man of
forty. Brussel's letter to Chicago
U-l 1 I. I
IjMNEST brands of cali-
JL forma Pint, Madeira nnil Mnlngn,
for sale in ke nnd cuch by
GONSALVES &. CO.,
01 Queen stnel.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of LncaH' Mill.
O NICE LARGE FURNISHED
second rit.or from Union sttecl.
on the premises.
CLEAN RAGS aim second hnnd
clothing will be gratufully receiv
ed for the uo of the imimtc4 of liio
liruncli Hospital for Lepers nt Knknako,
or at tho Leper Stttlmciit on Mololal,
if left with J. T. Watcrhowsc, jr., at the
Queen Street Store. t&f tf
New Zealand Oats
Just landed ex "Alameda"
-AND FOK SALE'
In Quantifies to Suit
AT LOWEST MARKET PRICE.
UNION FEED CO.
Fr.nnuAKY 11. No. 30.
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
a complete resume of Honolulu and
island news. There is no better paper
published in the Kingdom to send to
friends abroad. Subscription $2.30
per annum, including postage to
foreign countries. To be had from
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A. M. Ilewctt, Merchant street,
and Bulletin Ofllce.
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management of the outside plan
tation work seeks an engagement as
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BAGGAGE Exniei, nnd
'Stand on Ivinir. neir
co riu r of
Fort street. Mutual Telephone 5(i"i
All kinds nf culling ftiltli fully and
promptly altrnded to. Fimiilunj moved
and carufully handled. If yiiiwinta
wagon or dray, you will Ibid it to your
advantage to ring up Telephone M't.
Mrs. A. M. Mollis
Having removed her. Dressmaking
Mo. 17 Emma St.,
Will lie pleased to see her friends and
patrons there from and after Jauuiuy
Mutual Tolephcno 494; Bell 410.
WING WO TAI & GO.
4 Xuuauu Ktrcet,
Have just received ex felmr ''Aluincda,"
a choice lot of
Embroidered Silk Table Covers,
" " Pillow Cases,
" " Shawls,
" " Handkerehlcls,
Silk Sashes, 'Sandal Wood Fans, &c, &c.
Al-.on large linu of
C hina Mattincr, China & Japan Tea,
Uiimplior Trunks, Kalian Clinic,
Late Farrier lo II. It H. Prince of
Wales' 12th ltoyal Lauccm.
FORT STREET, OPPOSITE HOPPERS.
Horses and Cattle Treated for
llealdeiice: lil Alultea Street,
i: o, uox io8. sotr
Bell Telephone a-
Hawaiian Livery Stables,
Iloises lutein to hoard liy tho day, week
or inonlh fed will, and looked after
hy careful mid I'Murli'iicul stablemen,
Carriages nnd all kind of Vehicles
kept clean and on ml for, nn well na
Harness. 3IOSES PALAU,
45 lm, CI Maiuger,
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
LINEN CARRIAGE ROBES $5.00 REDUCED TO $2.50.
GMT BARGAIN IN LADIES' IDERWEAR !
TO CLOSE OUT THE STOCK IN THAT DEPARTMENT. ,
Rumembor tho above mentioned su'licles will be sold
at bucIi prices ,
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 F0ET STREET, HONOLULU.
Accounfants and Collectors, Real Estate, Firo & Lire Insurance
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exchange Brokers.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts necurnteh kept nml pioperly mljnstcd.
Collections will rwi'lvo spiciid attention mil returns promptly made.
Conveyancing a Specialty. Iticorils tearoliod nnd correct Abstracts of Titlo
Legal Documents and Papers of every dsnription carufully drawn nnd hnnd.
somelv eujjri s cd
Copying and Translating in all langunaos in general mc U this Kingdom.
Heal Estate bought and tolil. Tumjs paid and Piopeity s-ifely insured.
Houses, Cottages, Booms, Offices and Land leased and rented, and rents colluded.
Firo and Life Insurance effected in tlMel i's Insurance Companies.
Custom-House Business inui'aited with aceuiacy and dispatch.
Loans negotiated at favorable rales.
Advertisements and Subscriptions nolicitcd for Publishers.
Any Article. pui olmhcd or told on most favorable terms.
Inter-Island 0rder3 will receive particular attention.
E3" All Business entrusted to our care will receive prompt and faithful attention at
Halng luul n n extensive hiisin 89 cxpcrlenru for oxer twenty-fivc yenrs In
New York City and eke where, we feel competent to attend to all business of nn
intricate and complicated nature, or requiring tuct and discretion, and romcctfully
solicit a tiiil.
Bill Telephone No. 271. ITfi-wfiiijiii BiiNiucKN Ajjeuey.
iuu. 7.88 ly
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IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IN GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FHKS1I GOODS from California on It'K, by each steamer of ihu O. S. S. Co.
A COMlM.l.Ti: LINK OK -
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
just iiKcmrfin ex ".kai.vndia."
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DEBWENT" POTATOES.
A Very Choice Lot of N. Z. " Taranaki Butter,"
All of which we offer to Hie Public at UEASONAULE PIUCES.
Fresh New Zealand Butter,
Uy each arrival from Nw
HAViWG TAKEN STOCK!
Just Received at Hollister & Co.'s
A largo assortment of
Comprising tho well-known branda of
COLGATE & CO., LUNBBOIiGS,
. EASTMAN'S A.L01IA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FAKINA -GERMAN COLOGNE, &o
For SSalo at Reasonable
& 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
ON ICE, In 1 Pouud
Zeiland SOMETHING FINE,
EHLERS & CO.