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HONOLULU CARRIAGE GO.
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SATl'imAY, AUG. 25, 1H88.
Bl'tuc Emekn. Mycr. HV, day from
Stmr j.tkellke from Kiilmlul
Stmr Kiniiii from Hawaii ami Maul
Slim' Mlkaliala from ICnual
Stmr Moknlli from Molokul
Schr Kiuilllmi from I'miu
Stmr Kllanoii I lou from ilamakiiii
Makcc for Kapaa at 5 p in
VESSELS LEAVING MONDAY.
Sflinr Kanla for Walanae, and ".Valalua
at tin. in
Stmr .1 A Cummin, for Koolau at !) a m
Stmr Moknlti for Molokal at 5 pm
Bk.Poien Queen for Han Francisco
Stmr Klnan for Volcano anil way ports
at t p in
From Kauai per stmr Mlkahalu, Aug
12-S H Dole and wife, A S Hart well,
wife and fainllv, F Hlaclair ami wife. F
W CJlado ami' wife, Mls Mario Von
Holt, Miss U Gay, AV J llolokahlkl and
son, Mrs C Nail and son.
From K:luilui and n ports, per
stun- UUellko, Aug 23 A M Sproull, G
Irvine. C lleideinann, family and scrvt,
Loo Fook, Chin You, Awnua, 1) Ilailey
and wife, Mis Ohen, Master T Xapo
leon, Mrs Lamb, 2 ehil., Mrs II P Bald
win, Maud Baldwin, llro Martin, Mrs T
L, Oullck. Mrs J, U Wallbridge, Miss
Kainaka, K 1) Wallbridge, E 11 B.illev,
II O Adams, .las do Santos, K 1! Giffard.
Miss Mav Dllliiighain. E ( Damon and
2 hoy., O 15 Keynolds, Dr Swift, J G
Carney and 8 1 deck.
From Maui and Hawaii per S S Ki
nau, Aug 2.-, C I. Wight. II P Went
worth. Airs Uaupp and child, L C Ly
man, Mrs L Laribh, Chung Don, JII
Stelling, .TXS Williams, airs It Over
end, Mrs II X Grcenwell,MissGGieen
well, A Wallace, .Mr U Xotlev, Mis
lloopii, Willie anil Arthur Wilder, S K
Kane, J K Mehcula, MNs IC Mehcula.
31 Soya, L 31 Baldwin, TJO Atwater and
wife and 84 deck"
For San 1'ranclseo per S S Mariposa,
Aug 23 10 lloi'ht ami :; children, jM
S Sachs, 11 Graven and wife, .! F Col
hurn, HE Melntyrc. blasters G and C
Long, S Both, A Manpies, D Foster, S
Sachs, G Adams J T Leach and Jack
From the Colonic-, per S S Maripoa,
Aug 21 Cabin : MNs i' Jtlecuurg, Mrs
Street and 5 children. Steerage: 31 rs
Stevenson and child, C Eastland, 31
Kiokard, and 01 cabin and 07 steerage
passengers in transit for San Frjneiseo.
From Jlnnl and Hawaii, per stmrW
G Hall. Aug 21 31rs Amy Crocker and
maid, 1) Foster, 3Irs W S Bender, 31i-s
B Crouch, - II 31 Gillig, 3Iajor W II
Cornwell and 2 children, 31U3 B Corn
well, MissIA Widdelleld.DrX B Enier
poii, E G Jaeger, W 3Iarshall, 3Irs E
3Iacomber and child, 3IK3 L Diuloit,
3I!s E X 3Iartin, J S Kanhane, 31 Kau.
lianc, V Thrum, W II Charlock, Harry
Baldwin, Bliss E M Dickenson, Mrs T J
Haysclden, Dr Ivoga, 31is Alalia, 31rs
W Larsen, C S Akaua, O 31anahuna, 1
leper ami 70 deck.
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Schr Kanlllua I5C0 bgs sugar and H00
Stmr Klnau 1-100 bgs sugar, 45 bgs
spuds, 3 hoics, 21 bales wool, 123
StmrLikeliUe 012 bgs sugar, 711 feet
lumber, 51 bndls hides, 50 bgs corn
and 1 horse.
Stmr Mikahala-1,000 bgs sugar, 71
green hides and 1 roller.
The Llkelike will sail on Tuesday.
The S S 3Inripo.a took for San Fran
cisco this morning, 1,1 10 bgs sugar,1411
bnehs bananas and :51 bxes of betel
leaves. Value, 0,000.0(5.
The baric California arrived at ICahu
lul yesterday afternoon, from Honolulu,
and immediately began discharging her
cargo of coal.
'Hie It M S Mailposa arrived last eve
ning in charge of the llrst olllcer, 3Ir
Hart, Captain I J ay ward having leinalu
ed at Auckland on biislnc.-s connected
with the O. S. S. Co. Left Sydney Aug
8th at 4 p m. Loft Auckland AugBlth,
at 4 p in, and touched at Tutulla Aug
17th. Experienced pleasant weather
(hiring the whole voyage.
"" LOCAL &1FNERAL NEWS.
Go to the Elite to-day for cream
Snvi:ttAi. livo local matters linvo
been crowded out of this issue.
Tiik Sainoan hula dancers did not
fiomo by tho 3Iariposa as expected.
, 1 m
Li:vi:its it Cooko havo just o&oned
n lino lot of Chinese Matting and
Tin: challenge bix-oarcd boat raeo
between the Vandalia and Honolulu
Y. it B. Club crows has boon declin
Fi.vn weather Willi copiout bhowora
is the report fioin Hawaii, Maui and
Kiiimi by tho Bovoral Hteamors this
31it. W. l' Allen will act under a
full power of attorney for Mr. W. C.
1'arke, during tho hitters absence
from tho Kingdom.
Naam'.iiu mill lias finished grind
ing for tho toaboii. Jlouoapu mill
will eonimenco grinding again in
about four weekfc.
Arn:n it heavy shower of rain that
fell at Kim this week an army of
caterpillars camuaud devoured ovory
(liing that was greoii.
Pm; of tho tjuough iiassougers by
(lie Muripofcii, last ovening, is an in
ventor of n nowkitclion utensil which
)io said ho wou)d liko to intiodueo
hero, but tho iionniongcrs were not
open and ho could not find a, business
(iiectory iu the blooming place.
carncnllciiiun will do well to call
at the AncAiin and exemiuo the latest
in Clothing at the lowest price in the
Tilt: hark Kalakaua will Fail on
Tuefdav or Wenesday next for Ta
hiti, with about 200 head of cattle
for Mr. Sam Talker.
Mil. .1. 13. Brown it Co. desire by
advertisement tliat customers having
their empty foiIu water or lemonade
hollies will inform them.
3Iu. Alfred llrnneh departed by
the S. S. Mariposa, for San Francisco,
this morning, to (it is reported) get a
new six-oared boat for the Honolulu
Y. it B. C.
A kanaka eur chasing a Colonial
poodle, and a long legged Colonial
chasing them both, was ono of tho
amusing incidents which followed
tho arrival of tho Mariposa last even
ing. "Vancu," "baggago smasher," of
the S. S. Mnriposa, formerly of tho
Umpire, nnd known for having fired
with a pistol at Hockey, was nrrcstcd
this morning on a charge of nssault
and battery on Cayford.
It is a plcasuro to note that 3Iessrs.
Haokfeld it Co., aro putting down a
new side walk about their premises,
corner of Fort and Queen streets. If
other moneyed houses on Fort St.
from Queen down, would follow suit,
people would be thankful beyond ex
pression. Tin: S. S. Mariposa sailed, for San
Francisco shortly after 10 o'clock
this morning. The band was in at
tendance. While the steamer was
being hauled away Ironi tho wharf, a
jovial Colonial tourist shouted,
"Throe cheers for tho Honolulu
Band!" and three rousing cheers
were given by the passengers.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meeting of the Hawaiian Social
Club, at 7:30 o'clock.
A BROKEN ROLLER.
Last Saturday a roller of Kckaha
Mill, Kauai, broke down. The
schooner Lilioliho went to Elecle
Mill to get a spare roller, and talc
ing it to Kckaha, that mill resumed
grinding on Tuesday. Tho Mika
hala took the broken roller on board
at Kckaha this last trip, and came
to Honolulu a day ahead of her
regular time, to have it fixed at the
foundry, in order that it may be
taljen hack ou Tuesday.
FROM THE GRATER.
Mr. Maby, writing from the Vol
cano House, under date of August
20th, gives the following news. At
7:30 o'clock this morning (August
20tli) a heavy shock of earthquake
was felt and Madame 1'elc went into
fiery convulsions. The crater, all
aroiwul the cone is a boiling, surging
mass of liquid fire. The variations
of temperature for the week ending
August 20th were between 78 and
5G degrees. About half an inch of
rain fell during the week.
73m Day August 21th.
The House opened at 10 a. in.,
President W. R. Castle in the chair.
Roll called and absentees noted.
ltr.ronTS or committi:i:s.
The Attorney-General reported
from the select committee to wliom
was referred the Railway bill, re
commending that with certain
amendments which they offered, the
bill pass. The report was received
and laid on the table to be consider
ed with the hill.
Minister Thurston asked for fur
ther time in which to answer the
questions of Rep. Nakalcka.
Noble Makcc offered the following
15c it resolved by the Legislature
of the Hawaiian Kingdom : It is the
sense of this House that the Cabi
net should act upon their own re
sponsibility irrespective of any pre
vious action taken by this House,
iu determining upon further suitH or
prosecutions iu respect of duties
upon wines and spirituous liquors
withdrawn fi;om tho Custom House
upon olllcial orders.
The Attorney-General said he had
heard that such a resolution was
coming, but did not know until now
its import. Ho saw no reason why
this resolution should not be adopt
ed, and should support it.
Noble Waterhousc asked to liavo
the resolution of September 3, 1887,
read and also this ono read again.
The request was granted and both
resolutions wero read again.
Noble Wntcrhouso said that as
members of this house, wo should
not go back on our last record. He
should therefore move to indefinitely
postpono this resolution. The Gov
ernment have done their duty in un
earthing the frauds perpetrated and
we should encourage them in so
Rep. C. Urpwit said lie could not
agree with the Hon. Noble, The
Attorney-General has assured us
that it will not in tho least interfere
with the discharge of his duties,
apt! he thought that ho (Attorney
General) should not bo restricted by
any such resolution as was passed
Noblo Baldwin said hp was in
favor of tlis rcsplution. lie was
satisfied that tho Attorney-General
would do his duty. lie said
raw-Go to the AiiOADi: nnd gel ono
of them Fine Embroidered Dresses,
that tho resolution passed last ses
sion was cast iron in its provisions,
and thought it wrong for this House
to pass such .resolutions as will
hamper the Ministry, lie thought
that they should be allowed to exer
cise their own discretion.
Noble Young was in favor of this
resolution. Last session when the
House convened they found every
thing at loose ends, and cast iron
resolutions were passed because the
members were hot and excited.
Rep. Kinney asked the Ministry
if it was true that G. W. Macfarlane
& Co. would he obliged to give
bonds for 70,000, for amount of
suits pending against them, before
a licence would be granted them?
The' Attorney-General said that
there had bean some correspondence
and interviews with members of the
firm, and the Cabinet had the mat
ter under advisement. If it is
thought that this is a personal mat
ter between the Macfarlauo's and
members of the Cabinet, persons so
thinking are very much mistaken.
The Cabinet have not reached
any tlecission iu the matter. He
had tried through the Council of
the linn, to compromise tho matter
in some way, but they stand defiant
and as yet nothing has been accom
plished. Rep. C. Brown asked if when a
suit is pending against any one,
said party should transfer any of
his propert3r to other persons, such
transfer would be valid V
The Attorney-General said he
thought that such transfer would
not be valid, but a transfer of real
estate, and that of merchandise are
two different tilings. A firm's mer
chandise may be disposed of and
not replenished. However he pre
ferred to say nothing about the
manner in which people conduct
their business ; he did not think it a
matter for parliamentary discussion.
Rep. Kauhane spoke in favor of
tabling the resolution.
Noblo Richardson supported the
motion to adopt the resolution and
endorsed the remarks of Noble Bald
win. Noble Smith said lie had rather
give the discretion to the Cabinet
in granting a licence, but he was
not so certain in legard to other
provisions of the resolution. .
Rep. C. Brown moved to amend
the resolution by adding the words,
and iu the matter of issuing licences.
Noble Videmann said he believed
that if the Ministry knew that cer
tain money was due the Govern
ment, they would get it, whether a
resolution to that effect was passed
The ayes and noes were called on
the indefinite postponement of the
resolution. On motion the Ministry
were excused from voting. The
motion to indefinitely postpone was
lost on the following division : Ayes
12, Noes 2G.
The resolution was adopted as
amended by Rep. C. Brown.
OUDKK OF TIIU DAY.
Third reading of the bill to con
fer certain authority on Circuit
Second reading of the bill to pro
vide for the bringing of suits by
and against the Government. The
bill was read by title.
The Attorney-General moved that
the original bill be taken up, and
that the substitute bill introduced
by the committee be indefinitely
Noble Smith spoke in favor of the
bill introduced by the committee.
He said that there were only two
cases that tliac bill allowed to
go before the Court. 1st 1)3'
parties who havo performed any
labor under a lawful contract made
by the Cabinet, and bj' persons in
jured in limb or property through
the carrying oirof any public work.
He argued that a private individuals
should be allowed to bring suits
against flic Government.
Rop. Kinney said he did not sign
the bill introduced by the commit
tee and did not .believe., in it. He
said there had never been any trou
ble about bringing suits against the
Pending discussion of these bills,
the House took recess until 1 p. in.
The House reassembled at 1:1s
p. in., and resumed the considera
tion of the bill relating to tho bring
ing of suits for an against the Gov
ernment. The original bill with
amendments passed to engrossment.
Second reading of the bill sub
mitted by the Judiciary Committee
in connection with their report on
tho petition of Noble "Widenmnn
for a refund of taxes alleged to
have been paid twice.
Minister Green moved the indefin
ite postponement of the bill.
Noblo Smith moved it pass to en
grossment. Rep, C. Brown moved an amend
ment which ivas adopted.
The bill with amendments passed
to engrossment to bo read a third
time ou Saturday.
Second reading of tlc bill relat
ing to possession of spirituous li
quors. l'absed as amended to engross
ment to be read n third time on
Second reading of the bill relat
ing to travelling agents.
Passed to engrossment to bo read
a third time op Monday.
Secund reading of the bill to
abolish the Hospital tax.
JKirFull lino of Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Hals, Ladies' Misses'
and Children's Shoe at the Akcadi:.
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1i Truni p ftp pboibbam p$ ff&flj PC PftfiT TinprT
Grand Reduction for 60 Days Extraordinary Bargains !
Owing to my departure for San Francisco and the Eastern States 1 havo decided l lrnlil a (Irand Cleanup rinl f'i (.0 Days in order to make room for
new importations. I call attention to the general public that prievs were never lediu-ed s" low and oceptionall tnkiui bargains arc offered in every
Immense Reduction in Our Domestic Department.
llkukcts, Bedspread, Table Damasks, Towels, Comforters, Prints, "While it Brown Cotton, Sheetings in all width", etc., etc., olc, etc.
SPECIAL BARGAINS, SPECIAL BARGAINS.
HG in. Balislc, fast color, reduced from 20c. to 12Jc. por yard ; 20 pes. Whilo Pimm, at (ilc. per yard; lit! in. French Percale, reduced to L2Ac; 15 pes.
Gingham, to close out at 10c. yard; 125 pes. fast colored Ginghams, host assortment in town, leduced at cost.
SPJGOI AIj SALE EXTME13MK BAUOAJNS IN
Scotch Ginghams, Lawns, White Drcs Goods, Nainsook, Seersuckers, Cheviots, Saline Biuc-idc, ('hambr.iv ISmiiii Suiting, Cambrics ami a great assort
ment of other "Wash Goods. SWEEPING REDUCTION 10 pes. Jet Black Henriotte Cloth, extia quality double width, red. from $1.50 to $1.00 a yard
Great Reduction in Cassimeres & Marinos ! Ladies' Cloth double width, reduced to 45c. a yard,
PAltASOL Our entire stock of Parasol less than manufacturer's cost. Particular altontion is called to our Ladies', Misses' fc Chihrrcns' Muslin Undor
wwir which aio olVcrcd at a great sacrifice. Ladies' Berlin "Wool Knitted Shawls, reduced at half ptico. 'Great Uargains in Ladies' Jersey Waists. Im
mciiFC deduction in Misses' & Chihlrens' Dresses, Bonnets it Lace Caps. Ladies' Knitted Underwear; Ladies' Heavy Merino, full finished vests, red. from
$2 10$!; Ladies' India Gauze, full finished vest, red. from $1 to Ofte. ; a full lino of Ladies' India Gau.o Vest, red. from 75 to ."lOc. Special attention is
called to our
Eirolms, Oriental Laces, Mm Laces, Colored Eireiileiies, wltict In sold at Home Cost !
Special sale Oriental Lace, in holoku length, 50c. yard; 20 pes. Oriental Lace, red. to 5c. yard worth loci 10 pes. Oriental Lace, red. 10c. yrd. worth 20c
Slioe Department ! Slioe Xepaitaiioiit ! Slioo 3Dopiiitiii.exvt I
Our French Kid Button Shoe, hand Bowed, red. from $0.50 to $5.50; Fiench Kid Button Shoe, best value, red. from $5 to $lj French Kid Button Shoo, a
beauty, red. from .$5.50 to $1.50 : Childrcns' French Kid Button Shoo, red. from $2 to $1.50, sizes :5-i; Ladies' Black Silk lliw, red. to $1 a pair, value $1.50
Immense Miction In Ladies Corsets & Boys' White Sliirts, Boy's Knee Pants, redacei to 50c.
e Anybody in search of Bargains
sale all Goodsold "C. O. D."
Noble Hitchcock moved the bill
Ucp. C. Brown moved it be inde
finitely postponed. Carried.
Noble Hitchcock moved to recon
sider the vote of yesterday by which
the bills relating to the encourage
ment of the growth and manufac
ture of Ramie and Taio, were re
ferred to the Committee ou Com
Ou motion they were referred to
a special committee, eonsistin; of
lions. Hitchcock, Smith, Dole, Ka
waiuui nnd Daniels.
The President read an invitation
to the officers and members of tho
Legislature to a hop at the Armory
of the Honolulu Iiilles, this ovening.
The Clerk was directed to ac
knowledge receipt of the communi
cation. Tho House then took recess until
7 p. m.
The House reassembled at 7 p.
m., and went into committee of the
whole, Noble Townsend in the chair
to consider the Election Bill.
Section 87, relating to corrupt
practices was taken up and consid
ered paragraph by paragraph.
The 12 paragraphs of the section
passed with a few amendments.
The section then passed as amend
ed and the committee rose, reported
progress and asked leave sit again.
The House resumed and adopted
the report of the committee of the
Noble Makee moved reconsidera
tion of the vote taken yesterday by
which the civil service bill was in
x Pending this motion the House
adjourned until 10 a. m. Saturday.
Y. M. C. A. Gospel Praise Service
at GiliO i. 3t. Come ami bring a friend
.lAi'ANr.sB Snuvicu ; Gospel and
Song Services at 11 a.m.; Hlble Cluas
7:110 l". m., In the .Japanese Y. 31 C. A.
Kooni, Queen ICinma Hull, corner f
Deretania and Xmiami streets.
Ci'-XTiiAi. Union Oiiuiicii. Ilev. "K.
G. lleukwlth, I). I) pastor. Sunday
school ami lilblo class at 0:l." a. m.
Sei vices at 11 a. ., and 7:'!0 i m.
Boman Catholic Oathkiikai..
! and 7 A. m low mass with Holy Com
munion. Services iu Engllgh at 7 a.
i.;andat 10 a. m., high mass, with
hurmoii either iu Hawaiian or Portu-giiuM-.
alternating according to the
tluec principal different nationalities of
the church; 'J i. m., rosary anil catu
tism; 1:30 !. ji., instruction and bene
diction of tint lllessetl Sacrament.
Chim-si: Ciiuucii. Fort htreet, near
corner Iloretanla. 3Ir. Kong Slml Keo
evangelist. Chinese .Sunday heliool,
IUKOa. m. Chinese and L'nglish Sun
day .School, '2:30 v. i. Preaching 11
a.m. ami 7:110 i m. Illblo class In
Chinese Y. 31. O. A. Hall, (i:!)0 . m.
St. Andui'.w's Catiikdhai,. Flirt
congregation will have service at(i:I10
ami H::i0 a. in.
Hawaiian J'vensoinr at 'liUO p. in.
Evening prayer with eermoii at C
o'clock p. m.
Second Congregation Huv. Go.
Wallace, pastor. Services on .Sunday;
3lornlng prayer and bcrmon at 11:1.") a.
m. Kvuning prayer and sermon at 7:30
Holy Communion on the First Sunday
of the month at 11:15 a, in.
DItIiio Service op We(netdays t 7:150
Chlneso Congregatlou, Iev. II. H,
Goweu in clmrgo. llornipg prayer,
with sermon, at 11:15 a. m. Bimilay
fidiool at 10 a. i. Evening pravcr. with
kurinon, at 7::I0 . n.
fESSR8. DODD & MILLER
1TJ. bnyo just lcculved ex Australia
another lot of thai ' PHILADELPHIA.
LAGEH IJEliH" in kegs, whloh they
are oU'crhij; to their customers, 25 lw
C(5yGo to the AitoADi: for your
Fancy Goods, Chenille. Ron Rons,
Trimmings, Splashers. I'idios, Etc.
should call first at the Temple of Fashion befoie purehaMiig Goods, wo guarantee you will Mive money. During
Xotica under this htad are chaired 10 ccr.ta
per Una for the first insertion, uml .5 cents per line
every additional insertion.
FINEST BRANDS OF CALI
fornm Port, Madeira and Slahign,
for sale in keg and cases by
GONSALVES it CO.,
(il Queca street.
152 dozen Ladies' colored bordered
Handkerchiefs 50c per doz
81 do. Ladies' unbleached Balbri
gan Hose, silk clockeo and full
finished at. 25c
Gents' white linen Shirts, linen bo
fcoms and cull's $1
220 doz Gents' full finish Ilnlbrigan
Undershirts, cither long or tliort
sleeves, all si7.es -15c eaclt
Gents' white cotton Undershirts .
Genta' full finished silk clocked
Ho.-o $2.25 per doz
A very largo Stock of School
Hats at : : 25c each
Gents' linen Collars (standing.
A full liud of all wool OversbirtH
and all wool Undershiits fioin
Gonts' line Pajiuna Suits fioin.
17(5 doz Childion's coloicd Hose. .
10c pr paii
Fine Turkish Bath Towels
II for 50c
Linei) haud-niado Tides
Black Silk stripe Grenadino
20o pur yard
Ladies' Jersey Waibts from
Misses' and Children's Hose, full
finish and Silk Clocked iu pink
"and blue, from si.o 1 to 8, at. . .
25c per pair
We have made a REDUCTION in all
Bemomber this is our last week
SRBAT IPlTuM 'SALE
CHAS. J. FISHEL,
The Leading Millinery Houso.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets,
' JK3Tho Anc.vdo is the place to
I linxf w.iii l")rna4 fJrtnila. lntnut. l ,!.,
"V J" ' w ' ""- V
Silks, Woolens and Lawns. The
leader of low prices.
lyS pieq?j rJL fc) jH(
Have the Largest Variety and Best Stock of
Cd W xxvki H
rs nr m
tlSf Ever exhibited in this
Furniture of every description for Parlor, Bedroom,
Dining-room, library & Veranda.
They havo tho
Chnirs'froni 75 cents to .$50
Furniture Reupholstered !
Mattrasses made to order !
CORNICE POLES &
Jltulo in all Styles and
Sold on the
79 k 81 fill Sired
lUiitruutMjM JVom ICingy jiucl Morel unit Ht.
Evory-dosorlptlon of work iu tho above lines performed ia a llrsl-chir maimer.
Also, Horse Shoeing- a Specialty.
tS"Boll Telephone, 1G7X& (nirh LM-lyJ ' taBoU Telepliouo, 107"
hmtTtie Dau.v Bru.ETiN Wkkrlt
Si mm m;y is the best paper to scud .
to fii'. nds n'uoad. Mailed to any
v10m . 83 per annum, which in
ch.'! -s pn-tage.
Best Assortment of
of every deHcriptionJand price.
PICTURE FRAMES 4
Pricos to suit everybody.
& Furniture !
3v"Sj$& Carriage Building,
Oia Rose Premises.