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Ladies' 6-Button Kid Gloves
For 81.00. At
The Arcado-EGAN & CO.
FRIDAY, MARCH 23, 1888.
Stmr .las MaUeu from Kapaa
Sehr Walchti from Kumi
Belir llnleaknla from I'epcckco
Stmr W Q Hall for Lnlintna, Mnnlacn,
Koim mid Kau at 10 a m
Schr Knlnbow for Wululun
VESSELS LEAVINQ TO-MORROW.
Sehr Wnlclm for Kuan
For Maul and Hawaii, per stmr W G
Hall, Mar 21 His Majesty the King,
Mr Uarnlliild, J S Emerson, II K M
Alcxnmlcr, Mr and Mis-J S Pony, .Miss
Jones, Mrs McCooncr, Lord Ualryniplo,
Akanu, and Dr and .Mis Ilcibcit.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Makcc 2,G81 bags sugar.
Sehr Walchu 807 bags sugar.
Sehr Halcakala 1,250 bags sugar.
Hohrltaluliow 20 colds klawc.
The sloop Kahiliilani took a load of
miscellaneous merchandise for lion A.
Kiiuhi's store at Ewa, this afternoon.
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LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Calm weather at Kuau.
Heavy seas but
no wind along
Tun annual meeting of tho Wood
lawn Daily Co. is announced for next
Tun tender for supplying cuttlo to
tho Board of Health aio to be in by
I Horn's Butter-Scotch is tho
thing to moisten a dry throat and
allay an irritating cough.
Tun Minister of Interior invites
tenders for furnishing and laying
matting at Government House.
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Mr. E. M. Morgan has been ap
pointed Commercial Agent for the
Hawaiian Kingdom at Jaluit, Mar
Mn. A. M. Ilowett is again to the
front with something now in his line,
as our readers can see by referring to
The Hawaiian Band will give a
moonlight concert at Emma Squaio
Monday evening, and one at Thomas
Squaro Tuesday evening.
Mn. II. P. Baldwin's naptba lanch
is in the Pacific Navigation Co.'s
6tore house, and will be shipped
Kuau by the Canute next week.
Major Wodehouse was down at
the I. 1. S. N. Co.'s wharf this morn
ing to see off Lord Daleymplo, who
left by tho steamer V. G. Hall for
The schooner rainbow sailed for
Waialua via Ewa to-day. At Ewa
she will take aboaid Mr. McCandles'
well-boring machine, and convey it
Mokuleia, where Mr. McCandles will
bore a well.
Captain Walter Bates, has left tho
employ of tho Inter-Island Steam
Navigation Co. Captain Chancy,
lately master of the steamer C. K.
Bishop, took command of tho steamer
W. G. Hall this morning.
SuBSCRinuns to the Mutual Tele
phono Co. aro requested to loport all
complaints relating to inattention of
the operators or troublo with tho
instruments, to Mr. J. W. Pratt or
Mr. CA). Berger without delay.
. o .
Antonk Pottina, of tho bark Forest
Queen, was arrainged bofoio tho
Polico Justice this morning, charged
with smuggling 4G2 tins of opium
yestorday afternoon. Mr. V. V. Ash
ford appeared for the defence. Tho
case was continued until to-morrow.
The Debating Club discussed tho
credit system labt evening. Tho nt
tondauco of mombers was large. Tho
question announced for tho next .de
bate is: Is tho bonowing of English
capital for public improvements and
private enterprises a wiso policy for
tho Hawaiian Kingdom?
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The case of smallpox landed from
tho whaler Hunter is impioving
slightly. Tho nuiso, "Jim," who
alone attonds to the patient has
piovcd himself faithful, and gives
perfect sotisfaction to tho Board of
Health. This case from the Hunter
is tho only one now hero.
A deserter from the whaler Sen
Broezo was arrested this morning.
Tho Sea Breeze is away for the
Arctic and tho deserter has been
charged with vagrancy. There aro
pome 12 or 15 dcseiters from whalers
ju IIoiiouJu wlo aro destitute and
having Jno viBiblo means qf supr
port, are being arrested nnd
pharged with vngranoy a,s fast
as they aro caught sight of. The
Polico Olilcer who supplied the
above information believes that
when a man has nothing to eat, no
money, no, clofhos, and no place tq
Bleep, ho wilj steal or commit some
pthcr crime, and thu billcer Is abqut
AILY BULLETIN SUMMARY
40 columns, $a perinuum..
If yott want n
Fine Hat or Necktie,
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
A COUCH REMEDY.
ONLY TWOY-riVE PKNTR TEH TOV$T.
' Irritated tluoats and annoying
coughs aro quickly lelievcd by tho
gemilno Butter Scotch, only to ho
found at tho Pioneer Steam Candy
Factory of F. Uoin. Plenty of testi
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band Concert at Thomas Square,
at 7:30 o'clock.
All members of Company D of
the Honolulu Bllles are ordered to
report at the armory, at 7:90 o'clock,
in fatigue uniform and with side
The Hawaiian Mission Children's
Society will meet at the residence of
Judge McCully, in tho evening.
Blue Ribbon entertainment at tho
Y. M. C. A. Hall, nt 7:30 o'clock
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nr .us. f. morgan.
Regular cash sale, at salesroom,
Queen street, at 10 o'clock, a. m.
Dry goods, groceries, etc.
At 12 o'clock noon, at the same
place, carriage horses, buggies, and
At 12 noon, at the same place,
land on Bcietatiia street, belonging
to Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Dodd.
The Royal Hawaiian Band will
give a moonlight conceit at Thomas
Square this evening, commencing at
7 :30 o'clock. Following is the pro
March Vicc-Admlral MillocUer
Ovei tin e Xabuuo Verdi
1' Inale Victor Piany Pun
Selection Martha Flotow
Selection Piuaf oi e Sullivan
Waltz Don Cesar Dcllinger
March Black 1 1 ussars Millocker
Mai ch Gypsy Baron Strauss
BLUE RIBBON LEAGUE.
The usual Saturday evening enter
tainment will be given in the Y. M.
C. A. Hall at 7:30 o'clock to-nior-row
evening. The public are cordi
ally invited. Following is the pro
Piano Solo Mr. J. If. Brown
Beading Miss May Dillingham
Song Mis Anna Aubtiii
Beading Mr. J. P. Blown
Song Mrs. J. F. Brown
Addie&s P. C. Jones
The public are cordially invited,
especially young men and strangers.
DEPARTURE OF THE KING.
The King departed for
Hawaii, by the steamer "W. G. Hall
this morning. The steamer got
away at about 15 minutes to eleven
o'clock, being delayed by freight.
The King at lived a minute before
the steamer sailed. Chief Justice
.Tudd and Associate Justices Preston
and Bickerton, Hon. A. S. Cleg
horn, Governor Douiinis, Mr. J. L.
Kaulukou and Mr. A. Rosa were on
the wharf to receive the King, who
was accompanied by his Chamber
lain. The Hawaiian Baud was in
attendance, and played the national
anthem on the arrival of the King.
The gathei ing of natives was large,
and three cheers were raised. The
Hall, in command of Capt. Chancy,
glided away from tho wharf at the
time above slated in good
when the Band struck up a
Chas. Hustace vs. W. L. "Wilcox ;
judgment for plaintiff for 8183.G7.
Walter Hill vs. Honolulu Steam
Laundry. Hatch for Bcrtelman, C.
Brown for Page, Magoon for Numan,
A. C. Smith for McKenzie, ami
Chas. Cieighton for plaintiff. Suit
J. K. Brown & Co. vs. Honolulu
Steam Laundry. Suit withdrawn.
Mele Lee Sun and Lee Sun vs. S.
W. Mnhelona for $185.25. Con
tinued. Hamilton Johnson vs. J. J. Cab
raal for 35.70 ; Judgment for plain
tiff for $17.70 with costs and at
J. W. Liming vs. J. K. Naone, L.
Valentine, garnishee j judgment for
plaintiff for 20.50 with costs and
commissions. Appeal noted.
Several other cases were further
Washington, March 8. The
U. S. Minister at Peking, China,
has informed the Department of
State that tho ports nf China at
which foicigners have the right to
reside, to procure property and to
do business ato as follows ; Shang
hai, Now Chwaug. Ticutstiu, Che
Foo, Ikang, Ilan-Kow, Kinkiaug,
Wukee, Chin-Kinug, Niug Poo,
Wen-Chow, Fpo-Chow, Ttimsin,
Takow, Amoy, Swatow, Canton,
Kiung-Chqw and Paknoi.
A Fiench country hurying
groiind'has.pyoi" its cntrancp gate
tho following Hibernian notice:
"Only the dead, who live in this
parish, aro buried here."
Tho Arcade-EGAN & CO.
Full Dress White Vests,
AN AWKWARD FIX.
Yesterday the whaler Hunter,
which has been in quarantine! for the
past ten days, lowered her yellow
ling, and tho guard boatman think
ing the whaler about to sail camo
in. A little later tho Hunter was
noticed to anchor again more to the
westward, and the guard went out.
Tho whaler John P. West was to
have sailed yesterday for the Aitic;
the squad of marines had returned
to tho U. S. S. Adams. But when
the Captain of the West ordered the
anchors weighed the sailors refused.
The Hunter at this juncture came
up and transferred some of her men
to the West. Now the last named
vessel is" in quaiantinc and in an
awkward fix. She cannot proceed
to sea because tho sailors will not
weigh anchor, and she cannot re
ceive assistance from shprc because
she is in quarantine.
ROMAN CATHOLIC CATHEDRAL OF
HOr.Y WEEK EASTER'S SERVICES.
Next Sunday is Palm Sunday, tho
1st day of the Holy week, the day
on which tho church makes comme
moration of the triumphant entry of
our Lord Jesus Christ into Jerusa
lem a few days before his death,
the people accompanying Him with
palm branches, hence the name of
the day, palm Sunday, and acclaim
ing Him with these words: " Ho
sannu to the Son of David ; blessed
be lie who comes in the name of the
10 a. m. Blessing and distribu
tion of branches, lligh mass with
the leading of Jesus Christ's passion.
March 2'Jth. Maundy Thursday,
also called Holy Thursday, is the
day of tho institution of the blessed
sacrament of the Holy Eucharist.
7 a. m. High Pontifical Mass,
in which his lordship, assisted by
clergy, will solemnly consecrate the
holy oils for the administration of
sacraments for the whole year.
3 p. m. Washing of the feet of
12 poor men in remembrance of the
washing by our Lord of the feet of
March 30th. Good Friday, also
called Holy Friday, the day our
Saviour was crucified.
10 a. in.- Religious service, with
the singing of the passion.
3 p. m. Stations of the cioss.
8 p. m. Passion Sermon in
Match 31st. Holy Saturday, the
day our Saviour's body was in the
7 a. m. Blessing of the baptismal
font and other ceremonies, followed
by high mass, at which the bells of
the church, which had ceased to
ring at Holy Thursday's mass, shall
be heard again.
Easter Sunday, April 1st, is the
day when the church commemorates
the resurrection of our Lord.
10 a. m. Iliah Pontifical Mass.
the sincfiuir performed
Louis choir, followed by
of infants and adults.
3 p. m. Confirmation,
It has long been our opinion that
no book, except the Bible, makes
so laige a return for careful study
as the English Dictionary. Whether
Max Midler's theory that language
and thought aie identical be true,
whenever we become conscious of
thought wo become conscious of
words. Woids are tho chief me
dium of communication with our
fcliow-mcn. To know the literal
meaning and use of words is to be
prepared to understand and cause
otlicrs to understand.
The best method of studying the
English Dictionary is to read two
pages cacli and cvcr3' secular day of
the year; to consider the pronun
ciation and meaning of each word ;
those with which we aro familiar aro
immediately recognized, but one
docs well to consider the pronuncia
tion, no matter how familiar the
meaning of the words. Words that
are new to the poison will easily be
distinguished in the mind as obso
lete, obsolescent, or still in use.
Let every meaning and history bo
carefully considered. Next, let
every word which is suitable for use
in this ago and country be employed
as soon as possible in letter, or
speech, or composition. Third, the
great dictionaries quoto from nti
thord certain illustrative passages.
Let these be referred to in the ori
ginal when the writer possesses the
book, and let him read tho passage
in its setting. Fourth, let him keep
the dictionary at hand and refer
at tho instant to any word which he
finds used in a new or questionable
way, or to any now word to" which
he comes in ilia1 reading. He must
not say, "I will look this up at some
other time." Seize tho moment of
excited curiosity for tho acquisition
of knowledge." Unless tho word Is
examined at onco it will, bo forgot
ten or crowded out.
We venture to say that a person
who uses tlie dictionary in this way
will in six mouths make more pro
gress in the, mastery of facts, ideas,
unci woids, than could otherwise be
done in several years. Christian
HPHE PEOPLES' PAPER-Tho
X DulJy Bullellu 50 cts per month.
Jtiootc nt the IMno lino ot
Tho Arcado-EGAN & CO.
The old maid has become an hon
orable institution. Not that celi
bacy is particularly honorable, for
the'day will never come when that
will rank above marriage, above
the family of husband and wife nnd
son and daughter. Tho time was
when the old maid was a blighted
being. There was then but slight
disproportion between the sexes in
number, nnd the population being
sparse, every unmarried woman was
conspicuous among so few people,
and especially nniong so few of her
kind. She then had no excuse for
her state of singleness, or, at least,
none that the public recognized.
There was a man to every woman,
and if she did not, marry, the infe
rence was drawn that no man would
"havo" her. The opinion of the
day was that n woman was in haste
to marry and not at all particular
about the man she accepted, so that
the acceptance was rcgauled as vir
tually by the man instead of tho
woman. Hence the old maid was
reproached with being unattractive,
with having a sour temper, with be
ing so repulsive that no man would
live with her.
But the old maidhood is prima
facias, a reproach. In the East,
theic aro not enough men to go
around the' have gone to subdue
the West, to search for filthy lucre,
or to chase the bubble reputation in
a new country. The average ago at
which marriage takes place is be
coming later in life and the sizo of
the average family is failing away,
so that it now has two members lc.is
than it had fifty years ago. Women
were entirely dependent then, but
now they have become the posses
sors of probably a fifth to a third of
the wealth of the communitj' in
which they live, so that such of
them as aro unmarried now have
among them a smaller proportion of
dependents than ever before.
Then, again, women know more
than thoj used to, along with the
rest of the race ; they arc moic dis
criminating, and lme more of a
choice about a home and the man
that shall dwell in it. They appre
ciate a higher state of happiness
than their gieat-grandmothcrs did,
and marriage must offer a higher
stato of gratification than it once
did, bcfoic they will embrace it.
The old maid now has an excuse
for her course, and is quite com
monly a lovable person and an intel
ligent one. Who bus not often seen
a handsome old maid? To be sure,
she may have had the wrinkles
which some people cannot appre
ciate as an clement of beauty, but
she may nevertheless be beautiful.
The beauty of the mind is the sub
limest of all human beauty and an
old maid who has lived a life of
goodness, of self-bacrifioo, of chari
table disposition towards others and
of intellectual cultivation, will have
a countenance and intonation of
voice and a manner that will bear
the imprint of that life.
The day has gone by when an old
maid is to be spoken of disicspcet
fully or slightingly, or when she is
to be looked upon as one disap
pointed in life and a misauthrope.
Old maids are more likely of the
9alt of the earth, endeared" to many
friends, happy in helping otlicrs
and radiating upon those around
them a cheerful geniality. Good
Savannah, Feb. 25. Ever since
the present year set in there has
been great trepidation among the
superstitious, both colored and
white, in the legion between the
junction of the Ocmulgeeaud Ohoo
pie Rivers, in Tatnal county. The
cause of this is singular indeed.
About five miles back from the bank
of the Ohoopic, there is a field
which is almost an arid waste of
sand. In the centre of this field
stand four trees. Ono of them
about four years ago was struck by
lightning and is now a leafless
stump. The other "trees are what
might be colled twins, being double
trees, which have grown around
each other. It was while returning
from a camp meeting early ono
morning in the full of last year that
some negroes stopped near this
field, and to their eyes, tho trees as
seen against the morning sky, read
"1888." The stump made a per
fect figure 1, while tho other three
twisted around each other made
good llguro eights. Tho discovery
struck terror in the minds of these
simple folk, and returning to their
brethren they narrated what they
iiad seen. A deep awe seized upon
tho whole party, and they felt that
something dreadful portended fiom
the figures. They meant that in
the year 1888 something mysterious
would happen the end of tho
world, pestilence, or war. So set
tled has become this feeling that
any unusual disturbance of the ele
ments sets the population to pray
ing in a most fervent manner. The
news of earthquakes and, other dire
events is listened, to, with avidity,
lit the midst of nil this excitement,
the trees stand together as senljiipls
in the middle of the descried field,
Vljo lic road which pasBoa noar by
Is soldoui used, for the people dread
to pass by the omens of evil which
show tip eo grimly.N. Y. Suu,
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Ladies' & Misses' Shoes
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THE COLDEN COWNS AND HATS OF
There is a thirst for gold in Paris
this winter that nothing teems to
allay. A great many of the hand
somest evening gowns worn at the
man receptions, dinners und balls
that are rcudeiing this season one
of the gayest on record have some
gold in their composition ; now in
the form of gold-bead fiinges form
ing a glittering shower over panel
and plastron ; now interwoven in
the material itself, whether silk or
satin, gauze or tulle, or again ap
plied with the embroidery needle
upon such light silken tissue as
Bcngalinc, or in the shape of passe
nicntarie arabesques executed in
gold gilt beads, and spangles which
suit heavier tissues such as faille
and velvet. Parisian milliners hav
ing used gold trimmings in great
profusion for dressy winter bonnets
arc ready to resort to it again for
early Bpring having discovered some
new and exquisitely harmonious
combinations of gold filigrain with
colors, out of which me wrought
garlands of leaves in high relief,
ami lino lace-like tracery to be
mounted on bonnets made of quilted
tulle, the tinted meshes of which
arc slightly burnished with gold.
This same glace tulle composes
pretty little poufs for the hair, witli
a few sprays of aigrette, gilt grasses,
ears of corn, or small flowerics in
filigrain. Lilies of the valley, hya
cinths, and fern-fronds in gold look
very well also with bits of green
velvet maiden hair, or as a finish to
u libbon rosette of the same color
as tho dress; coloied gauze butter
Hies, too, are set in a tiny sheaf of
metallic grasses, and a couple of
peacock's feathcis painted with gold
dust may bo treated in the same
way. London Telegraph.
trrTT.m..nii in 1111 u i
CHARLIE! There's no use talking,
the .Now Oindy Factory niuLis
delicious Chocolate Ci carnal OS lw
TOB PRINTING of H kinds exc-
rtitid Rt tin. Duly Bulletin Otliiv
I SAY, JENNY! When wo go down
town we'll call fit llin Elite and get
nn cjquiBitu Ice Uream Drink! 08 iw
rPAHITI LEMONADE STEAM
JL WORKS. Capacity 1,000 ilo.en
per day. New iUncliincry, New Bottles
In addition to our putent Crystal Valve
Bottles, we are now prepared to Mipplj
War Ships and Vessels leaving for other
countries, with Stli Water, it-., put up
in ( ork Itnltli-s without extia clmige for
bottles. J. 13. Brown & Co., Depot 28
Merchant tuvet. 04 lw
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ex Austtalla (lie latest style of
ladlci unti'iinnicd hats, also a tine line
of children's Ieghoin haU In diffeicut
shapes. Call and sec them. 87 lw
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j?RESH, HOME-MADE WAL
L nut (.reams i educed to 30 cents
per wholo pound, at the Pioneer-Steam
Candy Factory nnd Halery, Hotel, be
tween Nuimnii and Fort strecU. 71
THE BEST PAPER to subau-lno
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cents per mouth.
FRESH, HOME-MADE CHO
colatc and Cocoauut Caramels ic
duccd to !!0 cents per whole pound, at
the Pioneer Steam Candy Factory and
Balceiy, Hotel, between Xttuauu and
Fort sti eels. 71
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DURE, FRESH, HOME-MADE
X and Vanilla Chocolate Cruuuif(ilu
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JL largest circulation of any paper
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0LEAN RAGS nnd sreond hand
clothing will ho gratefully iccrlv.
cd for thu use of the inmate-, of tho
Branch Hospital for Ltpcr at KuktmV.o,
or at the Leper t?i ttlment on Molokui,
If left with J. T. Wnlerjiotisc, Jr., nt the
Quern Street Store. t&f tf
BUSS. P. TJIIEE,
On Pjcretunia strca near I'iikol,
(Formeily .McQulre'i House,)
Kindergarten & Elementary,
Daily & Boarding School.
Alao, French nnd Geinvin taught, and
Musdc Lojtih givm,
A tufo coiivtyimuo will call for and re.
turn children living nt .; distance,
73 Mutual Telephone No. (jOi. (3m
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LINEN LAWNS H
Mia Iii ai Emliroltl
63 & 65
Dupec Hams & Bacon, Kits Salmon Bellies, Kits Mackerel, Kegs
Beef, Kegs Pork, Smoked Halibut, Extra Select Oysters, Salmon,
Cranberry Sauce, Boston Brown Bread, Tabic Fruits, Germea,
lluckistH it. Frnuco American Feed Co.'h AHsort'rt Soupn,
Ridges Food, Imperial Graiium, Boiled Oats, Breakfast Food,
Gem, Graham "Wnfeis, Oaten "Wafers, Snow Flake & Cream
Ci ackers, Ginger Wafers, Chocolate Wafers, Pretzels, Prunes,
Dates, Nuts, Apples, French Peas. Pop Corn, Gaulen Seeds,
Wheat, Flour, Butter, Honey, Plum Pudding, etc., etc., etc.
And a General Assor't of Staple & Fancy Groceries, at Prices to Suit the Times.
BSy Leave your outers, or ring up 110. -a
Notice to the Public of these Islands
Ladies or gentlemen who contemplate giving orders for the above arti
cle me respectfully requested to call at the Honolulu Pioneer Steam Can
dy Factory and Bakery, established 18C1, before going to any other house,
as my establishment is POSITIVELY the only establishment in Honolulu,
notwithstanding all the ridiculous, empty and pompous newspaper blow
ing and puffing, where a cake can be piocurcd to give the greatest satis
faction to tho most refined tastes, and to be an ornament of exquisite
woikmansliip on your table which will not crumble in pieces wlieu cut,
but bo a credit to the fine art of the Confectioner, which lias not only for
twenty-five years but still bids competition dofianco to this day. All at
tempts in any other establishment are inferior to mine and not wortli the
piico you pay. It is an indispiit.iblc fact that all over the world a good
workman's productions are always cheaper than a halfuinde one's are.
iiaving natt over hall a century's piactical experience the undersigned
enabled to ornament Cakes in all and the highest styles of art.
The only Practical Confectioner in all branches ; Proprietor
Honolulu Steam Candy Factory and Bakery. Hotel be
tween Fort and Nuuaiiu Streets, Honolulu, II. I.
&-&& uiiLi runt sgj
Mndo of the celebrated CREAM of the AVoodlawn Dairy,
Bold at the gretit reduced price of
S2.00! SS.OO! SS.OO! SS.OO! S2.00!
PER GALLON-HONEST MEASURE
AT THE "HONOLULU STEAM CANDY FACTOHY
CAKE, AND BKEAD BAKERY,"
SSeAs some evi
! ! 11. .. ... i .. .. j .
ing ui me mienuon oi ruining
it useiyuig my uujjh and l(JIJ U1CEAM I will forfeit
fi(Str,,VA1rrs"u who wiU l)l'ovc )y analysis that my
lyiit OKliiAAi is not strictly pure although sold cheaper
than anywhere else.
", BEWARE ' 037 FALSE REPRESENTATIONS 'Sa :
. Practical Confectioner, Pastry Cook & Ornamenter
Bo Telephone Xo, 7-1, IlotoljSt. bet. Nuimmi & Fort St.
NEW DESIGNS !
SI at Law Prices.
Toreling Laces !
Opposite Irwin & Co.
vil disposed persons who are openly boast
n of ruining nry business and villanouslv
my business and villanouslv