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HONOLULU CARNAGE GO.
llnok stand: Merchant nnd Fort
Btreot. Telephones, ii3o.
a" ti xt
MONDAY, SUPT. -'I, 18S3.
Stun ICimui from lliiwult niitl Man I
Stuir MIKalial.i from Kmial
Stmr Wididcnlo from Kuitiii
Sclir Mllle Morris fiom Koolau
Stun- Ksilinlloii put hack
Jlk Lady I.nuipsou from San Francisco
Stmr Kiiinu for llilo ami way ports at
I p m
Stun- Mokolil for Molokal at" p in
Stmr Viva for Molokal and Kuan at
Stmr Kuiilii for YValunac and Widuluii at
!) a in
Stmr .1 A Cummin1- for Koolau at 10
Schr lliilcnkalii for l'epi'i'keo
JJk Atlanta for I'ujjet eoiind
Sehr Alol Walilin; for ICoholalt'le and
Schr Alary for llamdei
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr Iwalani for I.ahalna and Ilamakiia
at t) a m
Stmr Mlkaliala for Kauai at " p in
Stmr Like-like forKaltulul and liana at
" p m
S S Australia for Han FrancNco at noon
Stmr Waialeale for Kauai at 5 p m
Schs Mary for llaualel
Selir Kiiwuiliiui for Koolau
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Sept
2:1 Mls Kate L Rogers, JS. Fountain.
Jli-,s Lottie Fountain, S 11 Wilson, Mrs
M .1 liowcll, S Mae.iuley, CJ Jio, Ex-(jovpriic-s
Lanihau, G W Smith, anil So
From Hawaii and Maul per stmr Ki
nau, Sept 24 Win llerlowltz, A J
CrookbhaHk, G Whitehead, Mrs Alapai
anil (laughter, J Xawahi, V C Aehi, W
W Goodale, Mrs A U l'ferdner, lion A
Young, 3L A Gou:ilve, Xapapa, D
Naeole, Mrs M. Kruujer, JIM T Krue
gor, S Taylor, .1 Miller. C McLennan,
Akiin, F 0 Katon, A II Chapin, Geo T
McLean. 11 Giles Low Chong, I.iim
(CJiow. T Alan, J T Hallway, His Ma
iestv the King, Miss O M Mist, Mrs .1 II
"WoUchouse, lion W II Daniels, W W
.Goodale and servant, Hon P N Makee,
MissKoe Makce, Mrs F J Hastings,
Master K C McLean, Master E Daniels,
Miistei 11 Daniels, l)r Kinerson, Mrs II
Turton, Miis 12 Turtoii, Slifcs Kalua
pima, Mrs S G Wilder and 90 deck.
For Paget Sound per bk Alalauta,
Sept -I T Cailsen, wife and (i children.
From San Fr.uichco per bk Lady
Lampson, Sept. 24 F G Goldsmith. S E
Piorce, Chas Wilkeron, and G JI Uob
ertsou. CARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Slikiihiilii 1803 bags sugar. 81 bags
bones, ."0 bags pia, M hide.-, '1 head
of cattle anil 1 horse.
Kinau 25 hags potatoes, 10 hairs wool,
US bills hides, 1 hoii-e and 115 pkgs
Waialeale 1015 bags of paddy and 80
VESSELS IN PORT.
U S S Alert, Graham
S S Australia, llouillette
Am bklue S ir Castle, Hubbard
Gerbk C K Uisliop, Poppo
fchip Khea, Sa.idgurht
Am bk Sonoma, Griilllh--
Am bktue Klitikat, Cutler
Haw bk Jaa A King, Merry
Uauisli bk Cor.iiiua, .lessen
Hawaiian l)k Jjady Lampsoii, Sodergren
Bk Velocity, JMartiu
Cnpt Campbell, being unwell, will re
main in Honolulu this week. Capt.T
Smytho will take the Waialeale to Kauai
and back this trip.
The bark .fas A Kinc is doekcil at the
new wharf on the Ksplanaile.
The ship Khea. will sail for tho Sound
ou Wednesday or Thursday.
One of the Kalsaako buildings isalloat
on a raft in tho harbor, near the Marino
The Mlkaliala will call at Nllhau this
week for sheep and wool.
The brig Lurline is 14 days out from
San Fraiici-co for llilo, to-day.
Good weather was had all along the
Kiiiau's route last week, and also on the
Mlkahaki's route ou Kauai.
Thu Coranna is taking la htono bal
last. The Velocity is about to prepare for
ChSue-e passengers for Hongkong.
Tho schooners Lealii and Kulanianu
look 100 tons of coal each, from tho
Coranna lo-ilay, for II H M S Hyacinth.
Tim bark Atalanta will Ball for Paget
Sound, hi biJlast, at about 1 o'clock this
The Hawaiian bark Lady I.ainpson,
Uapt F O Soilergeu, arrived this morn
ing, 17Jii davs from San FraneUco with
a lull cargo "of general morohamltfeo in
the hold, and about 10 tons ou deck.
The llrat 48 hours out from San Fran
Jm!0 expeilenced calms and fogs. The
winds received were light. The Lanip
hon docked at tho old Cus-toni Hoiuo
-wharf where sho began diseharglng ut
once. SJ)e is couhigiifd to Kroner x
Co, and will wait for Migar.
GROCOTT August 12, at the icsldeuco
of her friends, at 1'ialla, New Eng
land dls''i't, X. S. W., Ann Oro
uoll, n ' yeari, relict of the late
.hum ..jL-ott, late of Sydney. The
dceeuicd was sister to Mr. (ieo Lucas
of the Honolulu Planing Mills.
LOCAL & GENltf aTnEWS.
A coachman is wanted.
-s-fju: I'lunter's Monthly fo," Septem
ber is out.
Mu. Justice Bickerton presides at
Chambers this week.
Tin: King returned from
on Sunday morning.
Wiimj tho Mikahahi loft Koloa,
Saturday, tho health of Mr. Ciopp
A ni:w kind of iiro and burglar
proof safe can bo had by upplyiiitf t
MuaaV weather to-day.
, - hi
A CAJfAiiY bird lins been lost
As English boy wants a Mtuatlon.
Tin: Homd of Health oalls for len
ders for drugs and medical supplies.
Tin: rano throughout the island of
Maui i looking well, says an old re
sident. Mil. .1. Cnrty gives full particulars
concerning his hack sitiuul, in an ad
veiliseinent. Tin: Ventuies scored 17 to the
Iionds nnd Undoes 8, in the haaeball
11. 1). M.S. Coumokant is daily
expected from liritish Coluinhia, to
lelicve tho llyacinlh.
Tin: oillceis of tho Witiinen Sumir
Mill Company for tho ensuing year
appear in another column.
It is said the King will leave on
tho mail steamer next month to visit
the Melbourne Exhibition.
Tin: "J'atiulise of the J'acilic" is
out. Copies can be had at .1. J. Wil
liams' pliologiiiphio studio.
Mu. and Mrs. JJruee Curtwrighl
and family leave on the Australia for
a three months' visit to the States.
Mnssns. H. 0. Bryant and L. T.
Valentino have been appointed as
signees of Mr. A. Morgan, carriage
M. A. Goxsai,vi:s it Co. will con
tinue their closing out pale during
this week, keeping open until 8
o'clock every evening.
A NU.MiiKit of tho pupils of Kame
hamclia School attended service at
Kawaiahao Church, Sunday morn
ing, attired in their new gray uni
forms. l!i: sure and mail a copy of the
"llulletin Weekly Summary" to your
friends. Nothing better for Hawai
ian news. It will bo leady early to
Tin: Chinaman arrested for impli
cation in the Puna minder, was
brought down on tho Kinau Sunday,
in irons, and lodged in Oahu Prison,
for safe keeping until his trial comes
jri:ssiis. G. II. Whitehead of Lon
don, and A. .1. Crookshank of Santa
Ana, returned from the Volcano
Sunday on tho Kinau. They weie
much pleased with the tiip.
Tm: Australia will sail at noon
lo-inoirow. Tho mail from the
Post Oiiiec will close at II o'clock.
See that your letters and papers aro
piopuiy addressed and blamped, and
in liiu oflice ahead of closing time.
Wi: rogrot to announce tliathoitly
after four o'clock this moining Mr.
Gideon West was stricken down with
a stroke of apoplexy at his residence,
Waikiki. Medical aid was at once
summoned and as wo go to press he
is comfortable and there is a slight
imnrovemont for tho better.
Mi:. .lames Cockett, of Molokai,
and Miss Stella Keojnailani will be
married at 11:150 o'clock to-moriow
morning, at St. Andrew's Cathedral,
by the liev. Alex. Mackintosh, ass-ist-fld
by ilev. II. II. Gowen. A recep
tion will bo held immediately after
tho cercmony,at St. Andrew's Priory.
Mil. J. S. Bartholomew leaves n
the Australia to-morrow on business
connected with the inter-island cable.
The cable is made in the East and
then sent to San Francisco to bo
armored. Tlicie is a delay in forward
ing tho cable and I hat is what js Mr.
Bartholomew is going toenipiirojnto.
Mr. J. O. Carter of Brewer & Co.
will be among the passengers leav
ing on tho Australia to-morrow, for
San Francisco, to be absent about
three months. Mr. Carter has not
been off the islands for eight years,
therefore is fully entitled to a vaca
tion, lie will visit Boston, Mass.
which placo he has not seen since
18 17, aniUmany other Eastcrn.cities
The BuLixm wishes him a ycry
pleasant trip and a safo return.
LUGE'S MONKEY GETS LOOSE.
A monkey ovi)ici by Mr. "W. S.
Luce, freed himself froi his chain
ou Sunday and went in for a good
time. He finally pulled up in Dr.
McGrcw's premises and there gave
the doctor a lively time, in fact, so
much fao, that a policeman was call
ed, his monkeyship arrested and
taken to tho Station house. Upon
enquiry at the Police Court this
morning it was learned that a nolle
pros had been entered against Mr.
BLUE RIBBON ENTERTAINMENT.
A largo audience was present Sa
turday evening at the entertainment
of the Bluo Hibbou League at the
Y. M. C. A. ha. A capital pro
gramme had been prepared ami it was
listened to very attentively. Miss SI.
Dillingham opened with a capital
piano solo, followed by J. N. K.
Kcola Willi a reading which was woll
given. T. K. Nathaniel sang a song
wth guitar accompaniment, which
was encored. A recitation by Miss
Eva White plcaseij the audience
very much, and she was compelled
to respond to an encore. Miss h're
dcricko J. Nolto gave a German
song, witli taste and expression,
Mr. Ileury Merger playing tho ac
companiment. It was quite a plea
sure to hear this ypimg ljujy eipg..
Addresses wcro delivered by Itovs,
S. E. Bishop anil II. II. Gowen.
The October lMn of Iho Supreme
Court will open Monday, October
1st, Mr. Justice MeCully presiding.
The calendar is made up af follows :
Hawaiian Jury: Criminal cases,.'):
Civil cases, 0. Mixed jiuy: Civil
cases, 12. Foreign jury . Criminal,
10; Civil cases, 14; ljfineo cases,
0 ; Divorces, 10.
KOLOA, KAUAI, NOTES.
The one physician of the district
lias been away in Honolulu for some
time. Sickness prevails, and tho
nearest doctor is at Lihue.
Mr. Cropp, uinnajier of Koloa
Sugar Plantation, is still in a critical
condition. Dr. Wallers has been
summoned from Liliuc. Mr. and
Mrs. Turner's baby N badly sick.
Two Japanese were arrested on the
loth for selling spirituous liquors
without a license, and were fined on
lliu 17lh SI 00 each, and costs.
Kolon, Sep. 22.
OPIUM SMUGGLERS CAUGHT.
On Sunday evening Clia. 1'osc,
Joe Cords and Aia'u, all employed
on the steamship Australia, were
coming from tho dock when Custom
House guard John Good intercepted
them, and on searching them found
opium on their persons. Hose had
3 tins and Cords 4, while the China
man tiad around him what looked
like a bologna sausage about two
feet long. It was a piece of um
brella covering sewed together nnd
nearly full of opium. The men
were arrested, and Port Surveyor
Terrili coming along the three were
taken to the Station house. In the
Police Court this morning they were
each fined SCO.
IT IS RUMORED.
That the Austin plantation
scheme is deader than :i door nail:
that the word bulldoze is not
strictly legal: that lawyers only use
it when they are a trillc out of sorts:
that the new Chamberlain will be
announced this week : that one of
our tradesmen has gone to the
States to look after a fortune: that
the Hawaiian Band is not going to
Melbourne : that the Samoan trouble
is not over by any means: that tho
Chinese are going into the milk
shake business: that there's mil
lions in it: that the Minister of in
terior lias gone to 'Frisco on very
important business: that the "Plan
ters' Monthly" knows "what it
costs to raise a hoy:" that certain
individuals are plotting and schem
ing to secure annexation of these
islands to the United Stales.
The fol lowing persons are booked
to leave for San Francisco on the
.1. M. Sas, .1. F. Morgan, A. II.
Chapin, F. II. Abeel, W. S. Baillett,
wife and 2 children, Miss A. L. Gal
loway, Mis. .1. W. Pratt, Miss II. L.
Kimball, Mr.-. Glover, Miss A. Le
viquc, Mi- M. E. Alexander, G. D.
Fcaitin and wife, Miss Poppenburg,
Mif-s Tuck, Mis. Cooper and 2 cliil
dien, Mii-s Eva White, JI. hose, wife
and familv, W. Maertcns, Mrs. Dr.
C. B. Blown, Master II. Merrill, Miss
C. L. Ingers, Miss. Eliza Brewer,
Bruco Cuitwright, wifo and family,
T. K. Fostei and wife, W. I". A.
Brewer and wife, ,1. O. Carti r, Miss
U. A. Curler, Mrs. S. J. Andrew, Mrs.
Ludwi;;-'n and infant. W. P. Toler
and wife, .1. S. Bartholomew mid
wife, W. W. Goodale, J. Byron, Mis.
A.M. Mellis, Mis Turton, Miss E.
Turton, A. .1. Ciookshank.
JAPANESE Y. M. G. A.
The monthly social and literary
meeting at the Japanese Y. M. C.
A. was held last Saturday evening,
at the rooms in Queen Emma hall.
Sonic fortv or more members were
present. The manuscript news
paper, "The Japanese Times," was
read, from which it appeared that
the Japanese residents in these isl
ands are taking up a collection for
the numerous sufferers at the recent
volcanic explosion in Japan. The
mission work among tho Japanese
in Kauai is progressing, numbering
now fcome thirty converts. Ono of
them, a professional gambler, has
sent to his parents in Japan, in
proof of the reality of his conver
sion, the loaded dice with which he
has been plundering his victims for
tho last fifteen years. Allusion was
made also to sonic notable instances
of success in the temperance move
ment among tho Chinese in this
city. At the close of M. Ban's pa
per, M. Takasugi delivered an earn
est appeal in behalf of Christian life
as the ife for young men to adopt
early. Brief addresses were also
given by lion, Henry Watc'rhousu,
Chief Justice .fudd and others. Tho
collntiou closed the exorcises of the
evening which seeincil to bo heartily
enjoyed by all present, Through
the kindness of Mr. J. T. Water
house, tliii regular Sunday services
of publicjworship, in charge of Uev.
Mr. Miyama, and the Sunday School
under Mr. Bidwell, are now held in
Hero is another characteristic; let
ter from our esteemed correspond
ent Mr. Wrappers, printed us writ
ten. Ho undertakes to criticise- Dr.
Hyde's letter in thcj "Advertiser"
J)i:au Mu. Kurrou, S'iV.- I been
much interest tu msc, Mr. j)r. Hyde
have boiiio thought for
tho givo 01
Knmapuaa to the name of .Mrs. Polo
husband. Mow I think Mr. Hyde
Ycry smart man and been much for
learning but ho been mistake for
tluil one tiling,
Tho unlive in old lime been like
ninny other peoples have lake some
animal to worship. Now tho swine
been the big of all animal in old
time hero so tho native been take
for the husband of Mrs. Pole half
man half swine, as I been hear in
old time other peoples been same
thing, that was, take for worship,
half man half horse; also half man
half goal, and many other. Also
from my old friend I hear that 11a
icniauinau was right call for name
of not the fire-hole at Volcano but
in old time there been house made
by fern tree cut of Hat side so the
traveler speak for sleep at Hale
niauniau and now the name been
give to the lire-hole.
So I pardon for me to Mr. Dr.
Hyde to spoil the much of his poetry
but L think the keep of the old na
tive poetry was more best. There
no news for write this week.
J. Hctahdku WitAVrRns.
llilo, Hawaii, Sept. 21, 1888.
WHO BROUGHT WHOOPING COUCH
Kditok Bui.i.i'.tin : What may
scc.n small and unimportant to some
people, may appear of the greatest
consequence to a sufferer. Will
you allow me to explain 1113' com
plaint? My children arc cryiug for help
and 1 cannot help them, neither can
tho doctors, nor the Government,
nor the Ministers. My poor chil
dren got Hie whooping cough 1
I am suffering as much as they,
because their torture is agonizing
for inc. Still I would patiently
submit to God's trials, if thej- were
God's and.not caused solely by the
ignorance or carelessness of educat
ed 'people 1
But who are they? Who brought
the whooping cough ;to Honolulu
and spread it all over town? Where
was the Board of Health at that
If it is the fault of the Board of
Health, every member deserves to
have the whooping cough. Why
did they not interfere in time ?
I would like to have these ques
tions answered, as I cannot believe
the street talk, that the disease was
introduced and spread at Fort St.
Sunday School, that it was brought
here by the family of a member of
the Hoard of Education, and a de
scendant of a missionary family.
This is too much for me to believe.
I consider it impossible that a real
educated and Christian man could
commit such a crime.
i also do not believe that the
Board of Health did not interpose
on account ot the family."
But who brought it here and
spread it carelessly? Is there no law
to reach him?
A Fatih:r of 7 Sick Ciiildruk.
We confess inability to answer
our correspondent's questions. Per
haps some of our readers may be in
a position to furnish correct infor
mation. If so, we shall be glad to
publish it. Ed.
" u1. ;
COACHMAN who understands
diiviuir a pair, and would make
himself generally useful. Apply to
J. T. WATKRUOUSK,
51 3t Colleen street.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
ICE is hereby given that at a
meetinjr of the wainiea Buear
Mill Co. held in Honolulu, ou the 22nd
day of September, 18SS, the following
ollicers were elected:
Piesidcnt H. W. Schmidt,
Vice-President W. D. Schmidt,
Treasurer J. F. Huokfeld,
Secretary H , Lose,
Auditor II. F. Ohide.
Honolulu, Sept. 24, 18SS. '! it
NOTICE to CREDITORS.
THE undersigned give notice that
they huve been appoluttd As
signees of A. Morguu, carriage iiianii.
fiiclurer, of Honolulu. All parsons hav
iu: any claims aguitist the said A.
llorgan whether secured by mortgage
or otherwise, are notiliuil to pregent the
same to the Assignees within il months
from September 22, 1688. All persons
indebted to Mr. A. Morgan are re
quested to make Immediate payment to
II. C. BRYANT,
LOUIS T. VALENTINE,
Assignee of A. Morgan.
Honolulu, Sept l!2, 1839. f( 2w
TJ 1 J3-
& Loot Co.,
Of Canton, Ohio, U.S.A.
lluvlns established nn Agency in this
Ciiy for the Mile of their inuui).
factum, wlduh arc
Surpassed by None
In their lino in tho world, nn opportu
nity ik offered to all requiring protcc
tion of their Vnluablcs from l-'ire and
Theft to supply themselves on term
which defy competition.
(gy For particulars inquire ut -a
No. !1S Merchant M., Honolulu, II, I.
THE PEOPLES' PAPER-The
JL Daily Jlulletlu 60 eta per inoatti,
Proof Safes !
BUS1HESS ITEMS. U ifflM! If ft J- g & & M ifl S3 PJ
Xoticttwulcrthlii Ixail nrc rliarptil 10 curio
(if r llutor Ihefirtl inteilion, anil (7 cin( )i(r line
irtry ndrf((onnl Intcrllon.
MESSRS. DODD & MILLER
XtX Imvo just received ox Australia
another lot of thai " PHILADELPHIA
LAGEll UK Ell" In keg', which they
are offering to their customers. 40 lw
TAN'S "BOAT BUILDING
SHOP. Koarof Liiiik' Mill.
IT lw been discovered by the dociora
that Cooked Turo Flour is excellent
food for weak ami delicnte infants, pie
pared as follow: One liiblcspooufiil of
Cooked Taro Flour mixed with 1 pint
of boliiug milk. When cold feed the
child with a nurse bottle. It will give
a child new life in u few ieeks. !!5 Uw
'PARC- MUSH Feed the sick and
JL delicate persons on Cooked Tato
Flour Hush, made thin and prepared
like corn meal hi boiling water, and
served with milk and sugar. This makes
nn elegant nnisli. !!f !)
ARO BlJlSCU IT MixTato Flour
very thick In boiling water, then
roll in wheat Hour and loim iino hut
cult, use a little butler at bottom of nan,
smear a little butter ovei the top or Turn
Biscuit, this makes a cheap and eccl
leut Taro Cakes. 35 ;tw
GRIDDLE CAKE-T.iko half ryo
Hour, half Taro Flour, one or two
eggs, little salt, one tcaspoontiil of ltoyal
Uakiug Powder to a cupful of each,
bake or fry on griddle. 35 3w
rpARO MUSH Use 'J tablespoons
JL ful of tho Taro Flour to each per
son and mix thin, prepared like corn
meal in boiling water, servo warm or
cold with milk and sugar Taro Mush
can stand 11 day or two If desired. 35 3w
Closing Out Sale !
I. A. GONSALVES & GO.
Will be continued
TTJECIS -WEJjEiB: !
And the Store kept
Open Till 8 O'clock Evenings
For the convenience of buyers. A
few of those
English Prints & Tips
Still on hand.
tSyWc oiler Genuine Bargains in all
Hues, aud No Reasonable Ollor will be
refused, as our lease expires next month
and the Stock ir.tist be removed. 54 lw
BY THE S. S. ZBALA1U
CHAS. J. FESHEL,
Will receive a line line of
Lace Curtains !
And iv gi'iiwal iicsortiniMit
Which wo will oluir sit voiy
CHAS. J. FI3HELV
Tho Li'iuliuij Millinery Hoii-e.
Corner of Fort & Hotel streets,
f) Kill! LL W FiWi3Iyl
S3 & 65 FORT STREET.
Boys' School Shirts, Boys' -School Hats, Boys' White Shirts,
if.flP- AT VERY LOW HtlUES $
A full line of Ginghams !
A ful Sine of Batiste !
A Large AssortmeBt of
We will dose
S0 For Gents, Ladies,
-53r- rJT I-I
EO-AN c COMPANY
Tfl lie 1ml iii any
Bents Furnishing Boons, &c
V. G. FAGRRQQS,
I'i'iirtiriil "IVntcliiniil.t'i- &. .Ic.vclor.
Has removal to
Late Wm. Turner's Shop, 80 King SI.
flSy.Sutisfiiction giuruntetd or nniicy
relumled. 'ii '-!m
FRANK J. KRUGER,
Practical Watchmaker & Ropaircr
Good work punrmtfed. At present
located at S. Hoili' tailor hhop.
Aiitf-1 dm '
S lilto Iiro',' Onu'iit (full weigh:;.
At lowest iinrliut rate.
G. W. MACFARLANE & CO.
Heat brmitlb, in (I, 7, 8 and 9 ft. lengths.
In (luumilies to bini i,' lowi-st market
G. W. MACFARLANE
Uest Crown Nram!.
6, 7, 8. and 9 Foot Lengths
Just landed . Hhip "Cod.ennouih''
For Sale in Quantities to Suit.
Also, tOO llblb. White llron.'
At tlie Lowest Market Rates,
vWILDlR & CO.
JOB PRINTING of all Kind; o.u.
cutcd ut tho Daily Buu-mw Ofllcc,
White Dress GooOs !
out at a
EDOCTION - SJ
Mioses it Children, jgj3?
OU & 05 Fort Street.
slow in lis Kingdom !
17 - S.S
Mr, A. M. Hewlett,
rurpo-t'. Ic.ivini; for the Coast in.
in tuber prior to Which he
oilers the whole of his
Do nut bo alarmed that you will not
be able to purchase in Honolulu
A Handsome Christmas Present
As in Ban Francisco for Mr. Ilcwctt is
goinj; to eolect such a stock as will
suit the most tnsliilcouu nnd
hiirprise our little city.
C35TA1I parties now indebted to him
aro respectfully requested to mako
immediate hclik'incnl. 4U lm
Honolulu Busks Co
71 llotcl, corner Fort Street,
Mrs. L. S. BEI1HETT, - - Principal.
In nil its branched.
C3'I'ir particulars address
Mrs. L. S. Bennett,
71 Hotel St., or araenhalifh's Book,
store. 100 Fort St.
Mutual, 202GjaTELEPII0NE 3a)rBcll, 38
F YOU FIND ANYTHING,
1. advertise it in the Daily Bullbtik .
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