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A Few More
Ladies' 6-Button Kid GIoycs
For 01.00. At
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
A I'ino JjImo of
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Yests.
Ladies' & Misses' Shoes,
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
MONDAY, MAR. f, 1888.
Stmr Kinau from v Indwnrd ports
Stmr Mlkahaln from Kuimt
Stmr Walalealc from Kauai
Kk Velocity from Hongkong
Schr I.uka from Hawaii
Sclir Wailele from Kuan
Sclir Mary from Haualcl
Bk Saratmc for San Francisco
Stmr Likeliku for ICaliulul ami way
ports at 5 p m
Stmr J A Cummins for ICoolati
Stmr Kaala for Walanne ami Waitihm
Ilk I'rlntzenbert for Hongkong
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Kluau for IIllo and way ports at 4
Stmr Mlkauala for Kauai at 5 p m
Stmr Jas Alakco for Kauai at 4 p in
. Schr Wailele for Kuan
kit mr Mokohl for Moloknl at 5 p m
From Windward Forts per steamer
KInau, March 4 From VoIcmio: W C
Fierce, llcv Mr Adams and wife, Otto
Loeschc, II Ucnekc, Br J M Noycs, S
llraverman, Mrs A A. Brown, IJr S
McGregor, A! Arenfred, Chas M Cube,
Mrs Pierce ; from way ports: Mis L
Kerchoff and bon, Geo J Cavanagli, Jas
Kenton, Hon J Magulre, It Hinds. Jr,
H S Trcgloan, Mrs 0 K Stillman, Airs J
Wilson, F V Hastings and wife, Airs
Kitchen and 2 children, Aliss R Alakcc,
MtssKosc, G F Wilder, J Kalua, M
Bowers, Airs H Cormvell, Airs J W
Widdcfteld and iJ children, II A llccn,
Hon J Richardson, W II Ctiiniiilngs,
and 111 deck passengers.
From Kuhultil and way ports, per
Likcllke, March 3 W E Kowcll, Master
Carter' S T Alexander and wife, Itcv
Kealoha and child, II Long, S Ames, N
Shinncrs, Air Kapuli and wife, W J
Sheldon, and wife, Aliss Sophia Sheldon,
Aliss Halo, J Nui, Airs Kapu, Airs Itoss,
Airs J Nawaakoa and child, J G Both
well, Dr A II Baily, child and servant,
Airs Turner, 3 children and servant, F Ii
Stolz, Hon F N Alakce, Airs Stoltz, and
From Kauai, per Alikahala, Alurch 4
Her Majesty Queen Kapiolaui and 0
servants, J H ICalanianaole. David
Kawananakoa, I;tvaru Jjiincaiani, JJir
and Mrs Ulukou, Airs E Ij Kauai, Mrs
Julia Feahu, Hon F F Kanoa, Hon G N
Wilcox, JNS Williams, J H Elders,
Airs Cooke, Mrs E CItowe,SNXaauao,
Aliss Kahuila, Aliss Laura, J 11 K Ka
iwi and 50 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kluau 4,339 bags sugar, COO goat
skins, 105 pkgs hides, 30 pkgs
spuds and 110 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Waialcale 3,070 bags sugar.
Stmr Allkaliala 1,005 bags sugar, 80
bags rice and 13 hides.
Schr Wailele 1,200 bags sugar.
The Iwalanl will sail for Laliaina and
Ilaiuakua on Wednesday morning at 8
o'clock, and at 5 o'clock p in of thesame
day the Walalealc will sail for Kauai.
The Lady Harewood will sail for
Hongkong on Wednesday or Thursday
The bark Velocity, Capt Alartin, ar
rived yesterday, 58 days from Hong
kong, with about 400 tons of cargo and
4 Chinese passengers. The Velocity is
consigned to Wing Wo Chan & Co.
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Adams, Kcmpff
U S S Vaudalla, Bear Admiral Kimberly
U S S Marlon, Dyer
JJU Lady Harewood, Williams
Bk D C Bryant, Lee
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun
Bgtne W G Irwin, AlcCulloch
Bktne Mary Winkchnan, Dyrcborg
Whaler Lagoda, Tucker
Bktnr. Fremont, Emerson
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Ten piles have already been sunk
for the now wharf at tho Esplanade.
Tub late Engclliardt's storo will bo
open again to-morrow morning.
An accidental discharge of a gun
in tho hands of u nativo, at Waimca,
last Thursday, killed another na
Tin: cottago now occupied by G.
Bouliccli Esq., Kinau street, is of
fered for rent. Apply to Mr. G. E.
Mil. A. H. Baseman has removed
his book-binding and paper-ruling
establishment to No. 18, Kaahu
mnnu street, upstairs.
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The whnlers John P. West, Ilolon
Mars, Ohio, and Sea Breczo were
standing off and on abouCDiamond
Head, this morning.
Toruents of rain fell at llanaloi,
Kauai, last Tuesday, causing tho
placo to be Hooded by freshets, but
luckily not much damage was done.
Two now bridges aro to be built,
one in Alauoa Valley and tho other
at Waikiki. Tenders will bo recoived
by the Minister of Interior until noon
of March 0th.
' Tiik Temple of Fashion has just
received and odors for sale a large
invoice of linen lawns, brocaded' silk,
embroideries, and many other tiling
in the lino of ladies' woar.
A mail bag containing mail matter
was lost, between Honolulu and Ewa,
on tho afternoon of Saturday last.
The bag was addiessed to Air, O. A,
Brown, and tho finder, on returning
i it to that gentleman, will bo re
If you ivnnt n .
Fine Hat or Necktie,
The Aioado EGAW & CO.
Tun foundation for a. now building
on the situ of tho old Station, llottso
is being pioparcd.
Fiti:sii frozen Eastern oysters on
ico will come by tho S. S. Australia
to-iuoriow for Mr. II. J. Nolle, at tho
Mit. John F. Colburn has just ie
ceived by the bark Ceylon and offers
.for hale, at low prices, another lot of
hay and giain.
Sam lvuniiikn, shipping man for
Wilder's S. S. Co., succeeded in rais
ing over $70 in two days from among
his friends, for the benefit of Ivawai
Tm: whaler Young l'hucnix struck
two whales hi tho channel Saturday
afternoon, and mndo fabt to them.
An exciting light ensued and both
whales were lost.
Tin: bark l'rintzenbcig sailed for
Hongkong this afternoon, fiho took
besides Aliss Annie Watson, 127
Chinese men, 2 Chinese women and
!) Chinese children.
Tun bell buoy, which got ndrift
last week and was recovered a day
or two later, was placed in its proper
position with a now anchor and
chain by tho steamer Jas. Makce
TliK lining of five drunks, tho re
primanding of small boys for violat
ing tho Sabbath, and continuation of
several unimportant cases comprised
tho Police Court criminal cases this
AIn. Clark of Kailua, Hawaii, had
one of his legs broken by a kick
from n horse, last week. Tho frac
tured limb was set by tho doctor of
II. B. M. S. Caroline, which vessel
happened to be thorc.
AIi:ssns. McFarlanc, Aloal and
Sweeting of tho American men-of-wars
and Messrs. Geo. Smith, A. W.
Itichardson and Bcckwitli went pho
tographing down at Pear River in a
Tin: funeral of the late Ross Cole
man this afternoon, was attended by
ollicers of the several ships of war,
blue jackets and marines. The Con
sul Hag was at half-mast all day,
while the (lags on the war-vessels
were set at half-mast at i o'clock.
Saturday afternoon, when the
brigantinc W. G. Irwin had just
lounded Diamond Head, she was
noticed to heave to, lower a boat, and
a little later square away to sea. She
is said to liavo lost a man overboaid
and after picking him up went on
Bv a glance at the business cards
in the Bulletin it will be seen that
Ah. A. Morgan, 79 and 81 King
street, continues to undertake all
kinds of blacksmithing, carriage
building, and carriage repairing. The
doctor still lives, works, makes, and
Bethel street continuation, cross
ing from King to Hotel street, is now
being opened. Some old wooden
buildings on tho Hotel sticet end arc
in cour.-e of demolition, and it is ex
pected that by the end of the pre
sent mouth tho work of macadamiz
ing will be completed.
I)n. llaedecko, who had made ar
rangements and procured a ticket to
go to Japan by the Holgio, last week,
there to meet a friend from Europe,
leeeived by that vessel a telegram
which changed his purpose. He
will now remain in Honolulu until
joined by his friend, who is on his
way hero and will probably arrive by
the next steamer from the Coast.
By the steamer Kinau which ar
rived yesterday, news of an accident
to tho schooner Wiiioli at Kuan was
received. Tho Waioli drifted foul of
Kuau landing, knocking a portion of
that structure into splinters. The
schooner, beforo striking the landing,
rubbed tho top of a coral reef and lost
a portion of her shoe. Her rudder was
also damaged. Tho vessel was not
injured so greatly as to prevent her
sailing for Honolulu, and she is
AIn. Ross Coleman, a cadet on tho
U. S. B. Adams, died at the Queen's
Hospital yesterday morning. Air.
Coleman was taken ill wlnlo at
Samoa last November, and on tho
ship's arrival hero was sent to tho
Queen's Hospital. Tho deceased was
appointed cadet on Afay 17, 188!i,and
cauio hero on July 8th by tho S. S.
Alameda, to join tho U. S. S. Adams.
Ho was about 21 years of ago and
son of Air. J. V. Coleman of Oak
laud, Cal. The funeral took placo at
It o'clock tliis afternoon fioin St.
Tho Pioneer Steam Candy factory
does not sell (imported) Stale Choco
late Creams for home-made, but its
own fresh and superior article Hindu
by F. IIohn, tho only Piaclicul Con
fectioner in Honolulu, whoso .Chal
lenge his woi(l-ho competitor daro
not accept. 82
ANNUAL MEETINGS TO-MORROW.
Tho annual meetings of two local
joint-block corporations will bo held
in this city to-morrow. The stock
holders of the People's Ico and He
fiigeiator Co. will take placo at 10
o'clock a. m., at tho Company's
olllce, Kort street. The share-holders
of the Inter-Island Steam Naviga
tion Co. will meet at their olllcp,
near t)io Company's wharf, at 10
o'clock A, it,
CM Ijy a Woman.
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A HORSE-WHIP IN THE AIR.
A SENSATION ON MERCHANT ST.
At about 10 o'clock this Morning
an express carriage was noticed to
stop suddenly in front of Sopor's
news depot on Merchant street.
Before the wheels of the carriage
had fairly ceased to move a young
lady alighted, and grasping the
horse-whip from the carriage socket,
rushed towards Mr. Kerr's tailor
Just in front of Kerr's were two
gentlemen conversing together. As
the young woman nith the horse
whip ncared tho men referred to, one
of them bolted into Mr. Kerr's
place with the woman after him.
As luck would have it, the back
door of the tailoring establishment
was open and the fugitive got away
like a scared reporter.
A crowd soon collected and shortly
after the woman came back, crying,
and said, "he had better make him
self scarce. He'll call me a jade,
will he. And with a firm and deter
mined step, she went to her carriage,
and returned the whip in such a way
as to clearly signify that she would
catch him yet.
The Hoyal Hawaiian Band will
play this evening at Emma Square,
commencing at 7:30 o'clock. Fol
lowing is the programme :
March Uudolf Bral
Oveiture Light C'analry Supjie
Waltz With the Ptieam Ala.lal
Iteniincseences of Verdi Godfrey
Kim Lei, Pun Ohulu me Ua Iliki, (new)
Medley Beveric Beyer
Echo Dreams Wideekc
Alarch Militia Alilloelier
Alarch Entrance Strauss
ARRIVAL OF THE QUEEN.
At G o'clock yesterday morning,
the steamer Mikaliala, with Queen
Kapiolaui and party, arrived. A
goodly throng of natives and a
Bfi.i.irn.N reporter were on the
wharf to witness the lauding. The
Queen's carriage, with Princess Ka
pooloku, was there. When all of
the ordinary passengers were landed,
the Queen, assisted by Col. Curtis
Iaukea, His Majesty's Chamberlain,
descended the gang plank and
boarded her carriage. The two
young Princes, who were with the
Queen, also took seats' in the yclii
clc. A train of servants, men and
women, followed in the wake of the
carriage as it drove towards the
Palace, with the baggage of the
party, while the common people
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 turned
out for practice on Saturday after
noon. The place chosen for opera
tions was Merchant street, near
Bishop & Co.'s bank. The boiler
has lately received a new and com
plete set of steel tubes, in place of
the old ones, which were badly worn.
Mr. J. C. White, mechanical en
gineer for the Fire Department, did
the work. Saturday afternoon was
the first time the boiler has been
used since the repairs. Tho trial
SUPREME C0URT--IN CHAMBERS.
nui'oiti: full coiikt, a judgks.
Monoay, March 5, 1888.
In the matter of Z. Kalai, Police
Justice of North Kohala, Hawaii.
Misconduct in olllce.
Hearing ordered upon 21th tilt.
Continued until to-morrow.
Attorney-General C. W. Ashford
and Deputy Attorney-General A. P.
Peterson for the Crown ; J. L. Ka
ulukou for respondent.
REJOICING AT MOLOKAI.
Editok Bumxtik: If tho public
were only aware of the suffering
here in the past, for want of water,
t)ey wpuhl with us rejoice, that the
prospects aro so favorable of having
a good supply in a slioit time. Mr.
C. II. Wilson, Superintendent of
AVater Works, with his forty men
are located in Waikolu Valley, and
have already made a good hegiu
ning. The Board of Health seems to bo
disposed to do something for the un
fortfinato people horc, our Superin
Kalawao, Mololcai, Afar. 1.
Seventeen thousand, rahbjts liavo
been killed in the recent rabbit
drives in Kern county, about seven
thousand of them last Sunday, and
the events will qe continued weekly
Tho CVuur d'Alcno Hallway and
Navigation Company has a steel
steamer which has just plowed her
way across Lake Cojur d'Aleno
through eighteen inches of ice to
Iioolc nt tlio Fine I.tnc or
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
THE PARABLE OF THE PLANTER.
Thcro is a far-off country, in tho
great sea, whose name, in the bar
bcrous language of the discoverer,
is Sandwich, which means, being
inlcrpieted, a piece of salted pig
llcsh between two chunks of wheatcn
This is a goodby land, and in the
ancient time many ships did go
there, and the sailors of these ships
did scatter money around like dirt,
until the streets of the chief city,
which is called Iloncy-Looley, flow
ed with sequins.
The natives of that country did
pick up the pieces of gold, and gave
tlicih unto the merchants for gar
ments, and everybody became rich.
They killed the fatted calf, and did
feast, and were as jolly as sand
boys. Then, behold, tho ships departed,
and came not back again, but went
to another port, because It was more
And, lo, tho people lifted up their
voices and wailed, and said, What
shall we do? And they were all sore
afraid for tho future, and tho deso
lation which they saw coming upon
At this juncture, there arose a
man who knew a thing or two, and
he said unto the people : Let not
your hearts go down into your
boots, nor shake j'onr lives out of
your bodies with fear because the
ships that catch the great fish of the
sea have left us. Have we not
here a soil that will grow anything,
from a blade of grass to a bottle of
grog, from a cabbage to a constitu
tion? We will plant a soft stick
which the natives call ko, and from
its juice, which is like unto honey
for sweetness, we will make a food
that people of other lands covet,
and when thc3' hear thereof, they
will send their ships hither and buj',
and wc shall become as rich as
Croesus and as proud as Lucifer.
When the people heard this they
were much pleased, and exclaimed
with one roice: Verily, this man is a
cousin to Solomon, and knows a
thousand per cent, more than he.
And it came to pass that some of
the people who could see to the end
of their nose, and had some pluck
withal, went out into the country
where nobody lived, and tilled the
ground, and the fruits of their la
bors they put into bags, until their
barns were full to overflowing, like
the storehouses of Egypt; and the
news thereof became known
throughout the world.
Then there came great ships and
carried away this produce, leaving
in place thereof bags of gold, which
made the planters exceedingly rich.
These people which tilled the
earth having thus realized the
reward of their patience and toil,
they visited their former friends in
the city of IIoney-Looley, and gave
to them of their wealth, until the
city became great and opulent.
Mansions sprang up like mush
rooms. Money boxes that had long
been empty split with a plethora of
coin, and the people who had walk
ed on two legs now rode in chariots
drawn by four-legged steeds; they
who had long stood idle in the
market-place, praying for a job to
turn up, and getting none, found
more wore wont man nicy Knew
how to do ; and they who before got
a penny a day, and thought them
selves lucky, now had six, and
growled because it was not enough.
And the people grew and multiplied
and spread out on the Plains, and
built up summer residences at Wai
kiki, and prospered immensely.
Afterwards it came to pass that
the food called suiiar, which the
planters made from the juice of tho
stick that grew out of the earth, be
came abundant like the sand on tho
seashore ; and the price thereof was
'cheap as dirt ; so that cash grew
scarce, and the inhabitants were
forced to pull in their horns.
At this time there arose some
among tho people whose cantanker
ousness waxed warm, and being
over-much filled with anger, there
was no room for reason; and they
spake great swelling words against
the planter, saying: Let us clip the
wings of this bird which they i-ay
lays a golden egg. Who is this
haughty fellow, that he should lord
it over us! If we squelch him, pros
perity will return to us, and wo
shall be happy. Let us sit upon
him, am run the country on our
own hook. And they nil 'shouted,
Hurrah boys! 1 his is no hiiinbiitr!
Then there arose one among them
with seedy raiment and a stupid
countenance, and said: Men and
brethren, you aro a set of dunder
heads: you look as far into the fu
ture as the strongest among you
can drive his nose into a stone wul,
Know ye not tut thp planter whom
ye despise is tho financial life of the
land I Jf you knock him out of time,
your time, too, conies suddenly to
an end, and six months thereafter
all that will be left of this nourish
ing pity of lJo!)o.r.!,opcy will bo
two ancient pigsties, and a fowl
house; also, the remains of a medi
luval adobe hut. Its population,
male and femalo, will comprise an
old wahiuo and a tom-cut.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN 's the
lurfcsi circulation of any paper
prin ltd in this Kingdom. CO cents per
JQB PRINTING ot all klmfi exeT
uuted at the Daily Bulletin Olllce
T7RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
X. nut Creams reduced to .10 cents
per wholo pound, at the Pioneer Steam
Candy Factory mid HaUcry, Hotel, be
tween Xuuaiiu and KortbtrceU. 71
THE OLDEST DAILY b the
JL Kingdom "I'lie Dally llulletin."
tO cents per month.
T7RESH, HOME-MADE CHO
1? colate ami Cocoanut UarameU re
duced to 30 cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Bakery. Hotel, between 'Nuuanu and
Fort streets. ft
rpHE ONLY READABLE PA
JL PER In the Kingdom "The
Dally lliilletiti." 00 cents per month.
PURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
and Vanilla Uhocolato Crcam(de
llclous) reduced to 150 cents per whole
pound, at the Pioni'.cu Stkam Candv
Factoiiv And Uakuiiv. Hoti:l, hh
twi:en Nuuanu ani Foiit tiu:kt8.
TF YOU WANT A SITUATION
X nri vert le in the Daily Hullktin.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
forma Port, Madeira and Malaga,
for snlu in kegs and cases by
GONSALVES & CO.,
Gl Queen street.
THE ONLY LIVE PAPER in
X Honolulu 'The Dally llulletin."
SO cents per month.
RYAN'S BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Rear of Lucas' Mill.
HE DAILY BULLETIN -Tim
most t'Optila'- paper pumifthen.
O NICE LARGE FURNISHED
Mi rooms, No. 4 (taidcn Lane, the
second door from Union street. Apply
on tlio premises. 1 tf
nPHE WORKINGMAN'S PAPER
i. "The Dally Bulletin." 50 cents
per mo llli.
THE ONLY PAPER read bv all
X classes "The Daily Bullciin " CO
cents per month.
CLEAN RAGS and second hand
clothing will be gratefully receiv
ed for the use of the inmates of I he
Branch Hospital for Lepers at Knknako,
or at the Leper Scttlmcnt on Molokai,
if left with J. T. Waterlioue, jr., t& tho
Queen Street Store. t&f If
MISS. P. THIELE,
On Berctnnia street near I'iikoi.
(Formerly McGuire's House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary School.
Also, French and German taught, and
Music Lessons given.
72 Mutual Telephone No. 504. 3ra
Per baik "Ceylon"
ANOTHER LOT OF
Hay & Grain,
Consisting of II, 000 Packages.
FOR SALE at LOWEST PRICES,
JOHN F. COLBURN.
81 King Street. lw
Importer and Dealer in
liaulK', I.udlCH', JL, :i!llilren'n
Boots, Shoes and Slippers.
The Choicest llrands of
Cigars & Tobacco
Always on Hand.
ITS?" Orders from the othei Islands
OF SAN FKANCISCO.
Madu In America.
Meals Superior to all Others,
(iONSALVES & CO.,
Hole Auoiitn of tlio Hawaiian
1 Perfectly Gentle (Carriage and Fad.
die) llornc, 1 Very Cmufortahlu
l'hacton and 1 Single Set lliiincty.
Apply to LDW1S & CO.
ALL putlo having clnimi against
IIIh MnJoity'H Kitate are requested
to have their accounts mi'.ilo out in lie.
lall.suuni lo in; to coricctncps, mid pie.
t-cnt them to Col. C 1'. laukeu, at Ihii
olllcdof II. M'dChnmliurlain, Honolulu,
within tlueu month from dalu of this
8. M, DAMON,
J. O OAUTEIt,
O. 1. IAUKKA.
Trutttcs of His Mujctty'H Estate.
Honolulu, Nov. 21, 18S7. 02 Urn
rpHE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
X pally llulletin W ct per moatk.
63 & 65 FORT STREET.
JUST RECEIVED A LARGE INVOICE
LINEN LAWNS H NEW DESIGNS !
: ALSO :
Ihiliii Linen null MnM Swisses,
Black BrociiM SI at Low Prices,
1 OF :
EiroMfiriuS and Torclory Laces !
83 & 65 Fort street.
Opposite Irwin & Co.
HAWAIIAN BUSINESS AGENCY.
No. 85 FORT STBEET, HONOLULU.
Experl Accountants and Collectors, Real Estate, Fire &. Life Insuranoe
Agents, Custom-Houso, Loan and Exchange Brokors.
Departments of Business.
Books and Accounts necuratcly kept and piopcrly adjusted.
Colletions will receive special attention and returns promptly made.
Convoyancing a Specialty. lUcords searched and correct Abstract of Tltlo
Leal Documents and Papers of every description cart fully drawn and hand.
Copying and Translating in all languages m general ujc i this Kingdom.
Heal Estato bought and sold. Taxes paid and Piopcrty Bafly insured.
Houses, Cottages, Rooms, Offices and Land leaded and leuted, and rents collected.
Fire and Life Insurancs effected in IW class Insurance Companies.
Custom-House Business transacted wtlb aeeuracy and dispatch. '
Loans negotiated at favorable rates.
Advertisements and Subscriptions elicited for Publishers.
Any Article purchased or sold on most favorable terms.
Inter-Islaud Orders will receive particular attention.
Itgr All Business entrusted lo our caro will receive prompt and faithful attention at
Having had an extensive business experience for over twenty-five years iu
New York City and elsewhere, wo feel competent to attend to all business of an
Intrlcila aud complicated natuie, or requiring taut nd discretion, and respectfully
solicit a tiiil. '
Ilfl I Telephone No. 274.
Telephone Uoth Companies 240. p q uor o97
LEWIS & CO 1 1 1 FORT
IMPORTERS, WHOLESALE & RETAIL DEALERS IK GROCERIES & PROVISIONS.
FRESH GOODS from California on ICK, by each steamer of the O. S. S. Co. '
A COMI'I.UTi: LINK OF . -.
CROSSE & BLACKWELL, AND J. T. MORTON'S GOODS ALWAYS
just ui:ci:ivi!d kx "zkai.anuia"
A FINE LOT OF "NEW ZEALAND," "KIDNEY" AND "BLUE DERWENT" POTATOES
A Very Choice Lot of SM. z. " Taranaki Butter."
All of which wo offer to tho Public at REASONABLE PRICES
Fresh New Zealand Butter, ON ICE, In 1 Pound Pats !
Hy each ariival from New Zealand SOMETHING FINF
i. F. EULEBS & GO.
HAVE JUST BECEIVED FEOM EUB0FE,
ONE OF THE FINEST LIKES OF
EMBROIDERIES, LACES & CURTAINS,
lust Received at
Comprising tlio well-known brands of
COLGATE & (JO., LUNDBOKGS,
EASTMAN'S ALOITA, IIOYT'S COLOGNE
FARINA GERMAN COLOGNE, &o. "
ITVov S!u sit; :B3T.eiioiin,lle 3Prices,,
15U2 WHOLESALE. AND RETAIL. :,, ,
XIu-wUiu.ii BiiMiucsa Airencr.
1au. 7-88 ly to J
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Hollister & Co.
o . . rm
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