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B S Australia from San l'rincUcu
Hlmr J.-n Makcc from Kaunl
Stnir Knahi from Kniiui
Btmr Klnnit for Hllo and way ports at
a I) in
Stmr 0 tt Uiflhop for Walaune, Walalua
unit Koolim t !) x m
Sehr ICa Mnl for ICntial
Prom San Francisco, per S S Autra
Hii. August 23 Hon C H IlMiop, .1 T
Wuterhuuse Jr, F J Lourey, Sydney
Clcineutson ami wife, Mrs A Cniuivuno
imdson, Miss I Pettlc, Chas E -isnicy,
J A Hopper, Mrs Sutherland mid ti chil
dren, L 0 Abies, K Grav, wife mid sun,
3Hm U lhiberton, Mm "Mel 11. Miss A
Gllimiu, It Uatilehl, Jllss HalstewJ, J V
Oolburn, llev W O Meirltt And wife,
Ali-s M .Mclutyie. MIs 1 0 Jtobertson,
31 r Glass. Geo Gnlbrallli, U Thomp
son, W (3 Shigtchtirst and CO stecinge.
For Maul and Hawaii, per Kliiau,
August 23 MUs Ostrom, 'Hon .1 Ma
guhe and wife, Mrs Hopkins, Dj A A
Carter, Father James, W Akana, J. A
Mugocin, O Afong, Mis es Afonjr (3),
3Irn H Kenton, Mrs Kealoha, ltev. J "hi
Silver. H lk-ilowitz,Mrs Hitchcock, and
a number on deck.
IQQAL & QGNfiHAk NEWS.
, A. ras German UrUIoa ulwd
t afcM tritium- a
loiR lit Hip fiortvci' Pftlonn,
Tim Ausdialln biouphl IO.OOi) in
gold coin fur Moirfc. Dhhop A Co,
The Kinau was detained one hour
this afternoon on account of tho
Vltloittt, U. C.
Six now cars mrived on the Aus
tralia for tho Hawaiian Tramways
The H. 31. H. S. Zcnhindla is due
any time fium the Colonics en route
to San Francisco.
Mr. Morgan sells four or five Ha
waiian carriage und saddle horses at
Tun Australia brings news of a
drop in tho price of sugar. It w now
7 cents for DC test.
AIIMVAI.S AT SAN TKANCISCO :
August 3d, S S Maiiposa."7 days from
Honolulu; Oth baikSO Allen, L'j days
from Honolulu; Glh bktnc 1'lautcr L'l
days from Honolulu ; schr Ann:i,22i days
Irom Kahuhii; baik W B Godfrey, '21
d.iys, bark C D Bryant, 374 days, bat k
Alex McNeil, 117 days, all from Hono
lulu"; brigJ.urline, 2 days ftoni Hllo;
7th brlR W G Irwin, L'Sdays from Hono
lulu; Uth Australia, 7 days from Hono
lulu. DKI'AltTURKS FllOM SAN l'RAKC.ISCO:
August 7 brig Qeo. II-, Douglass for
Honolulu; 11th scnT "ora Bluhm for
3lAliukoDii; MthbktneS'G Wilder for
The bark 0. 1). Bryant has made
tho. bust) trip to San Francisco. It
occupied 37 days.
The Australia hiought H2 bags of
mail for the Post Ofliec, also 5 bags
for the paicels post.
No leas than 5,7iO gallons of beer
wore brought on the Australia. No
need of being thirsty.
It tickles Cnpt. Houdleltc to death
to haul alongside the wharf just as
the clock is striking th noon hour.
Tin: bark S. N. C'astlo and the
schooner Rosalind were cntoiing Son
FiauoUco August 16th as the Aus
tralia passed out.
18, J. L. Blaisdell,
t?r., aged S8
Mn. Edw. A. Kcil, the obliging
purser of the S. S. Australia, 1iib our
best thanks for a tile of late San
Francisco papers and other favois.
'Jfii. Chns. 12. Niamey, who was an
eyowitnesH of tho shooting or Judge
Terry, arrived as a passenger on the
Australia. ' He is going to visit the
A Brilliant Soolnl Tilliute to Itev.
George Wallace . . .t .
r r f
. Yesterday evening a reception was
trivn at the residnncc of Mr. .Thos.
R. Walker',' King etiqet,. by Messrs
xom May ana l. it. vaiKcr,cuurcii-i
wardelis of the second .conjtregalion
of St. Andrews Uatuedral, in uonor
of the Rev. GeorgecWallacc, A. M.",
the pastor of that body, who leaves
on the 30th inst. for tho Stntes. The
reverend gentleman has been con
nected with St. Andrew's Cathedral
aboutseven years, the last two and
u half'' of which he has been in
charge of the second congregation,
and h;" departure is much regretted,
as he -as kept together :i largo and
inlluential body of people, and the
Gnancial standing of his congrega
tion is" excellent. Whether he will
return or not he does not himself
know, but it is hoped he will.
The reception last evening was
one of the most elegant given in Ho
nolulu in a long time. The spa
cious grounds were lit up with
torches, colored lanterns hungfroin
the front of the house and also sev
eral strings of them from the top of
the flagstaff to the ground. The
interior of tho bouse was tastily de
corated witk flowers and evergreens,
the whole scene, as one lady remark
ed, "looking like fairyland." The
invited guests included members of
the Royal family, Bis Majesty's
Ministers, the Diplomatic and Con
sular Corps, Privy Council, Officers
of the U. S. S. Nipsic and Alert,
1 and a large number of our most pro
minent citizens. As they arrived
they were received in a courteous
wanner by Mr. May and Mr.
Walker and then presented to Rev.
Mr. Wallace who occupied a posi
tion in the parlor.
A lanai decorated with flags had
been erected on one side of the
house and here refreshments of a
palatable nature were served to
those present by an eUlcient corps
of waiters." Social conversation was
indulged in, while a good many of
the gutsts strolled through the well
appointed grounds. The reception
was a brilliant social success in
every respect, and this end was due
to the well1- directed efforts of both
Mr. May and 31 r. Walker, two gen
tlemen who are held tn the highest
respect in this community.
lion. Chns. R. Bishop returned on
the Australia, after a pleasant three
months' visit in the States.
3Ir. J. T. Watcrh'ouse, Jr., looks
well after a trip abroad. He has
our thanks for late San Francisco
Messrs. J. A. Hopper, V. J. Low
rey, L. C. Abies and Rev. W. C.
Merritt and wife, all return in im
Mrs. A. 31. Mellis, 3Ii33 Maggie
Mclntyre, 3Iiss Halstcad and Miss
GVaco Robertson return to their
island homes after visiting friends
iii the States,
Mrs. Cnuavarro, wife of tho Por
tuguese Commissioner, has returned
The members of the Honolulu
Avion with theif lady ftiends had a
most enjoyable dance at 'their hall
last evening,. The Hawaiian string
baud was n attendance.
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In the, Police Court this morning a
Japunese woman was remanded to
Moidii Nchargo of keeping a
.liarirla,li .r..n rVttrr t.il.Sln mn..
A.kii.uw..j ..te.wuoi.. jl M u II 1I1LU .111.4.
charged with affrav we're discharged.'
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The steamer Umatilla 'got liadly
-nick in the mud at Tacoma, Auk,
15 tl- J'wo powerful 'tugs failed to
. mo. w v,er an inch.., She. was" un
harmed in jy manner; lxjClieted,
merely .sunk and "ast. ,
; j .;i
The Jcath is-announced of Mr. J.
L.BlaHdell, Sr., -which took'place at
tho h ..ae. of his son, Mr-William
Blaisddl, mauager-of Kealia Planta
tion, Kauai, on Subdny. Another
son lives at Kohala. The late Mr.
Blaisdell was an intense sufTerer for
yea re from rheumatism.
In another column may bo found
an advertisement calling for sealed
pioposalsfor the construction of a
teiminal depot for thu O.ihu Railway
and Land Co? Tho plans for tho du
pot vero drawn by Mr. G. A. How
ard and are somewhat after the style
of the Santo Fo now depots. The
structure, which will be highly orna
mental, will bo Hplendidly arranged
with waiting moms and other conve
niences on tho ground floor, while
the oflices of tho company will be on
tho second floor.
.mini; n:itin or i ami onxw in)i.
David S. Terry, ox-judgr and one
of counsel in the famous Shaion
case, was shot and instantly killed
in the dining room of the Depot Ho
tel, at Lathrop, Cal., on August 1 1,
by David Naglc, a Deputy United
Stales Marshal. Justice Field, re
turning from holding couit nt Los
Angeles, was seated at a table in
the room, where Teiry and his wife
were. Terry rose up lioin another
table and, walking up to Justice
Field's table and standing behind
him, slapped his face. Nagle com
manded him to desist, and, as he
was about to renew his assault with
hisfist,Iagle drew a pistol and llred.
Terry was shot llirouuli the heart
and died instantly. Najjlo tired a.
second shot at Terry while lie was
The tragedy caused great excite
ment in California as well as intense
interest all over the continent. It
was no surprise to the CnliTornians,
however, who expected :i tragical
ending to the bitterness of Tony
and his wife toward Judge Field
fioru the Sharon proceedings. In
September, 1888, Terry was impris
oned for an assault committed in
the presence of the United Stales
Circuit Court. Since then he and
31s. Terry had made such threats
against Judge Field as to load to
Deputy 3Iarshal Nagle's being de
tailed as a body-guard to piotect
Field. Terry was a man of blood
who, llio Alta says, "had the mis
fortune to carry into a lipcned stale
of society the conditions which are
tolerable only where social order is
not fuliy established. Restless un
der autiioiity, and putting violence
above law, lived by the swoid and
has perished by it." Terry killed
Senator Brodcrick in a duel in
1851), and he served in the febel
ami' on the staff of General Bragg.
Of Judge Field the Alta says:
"When the- Justice, witli, thieats
made against his life, returned to
the Stato unarmed and resentful of
protection, against nssault, declaring
that when Judges must arm to de
fend themselves from assault offered
in reprisal for their olli'tal action,
society must be considered dissolv
ed, he was rendering to our institu
tions the final and highest possible
Mrt. Terry was the claimant in
the Sharon1' rill case, trying to es-tabltsh-the.fact
of her marriage with
the,. late Senator. She showed a'
pistol if! court when Justice Field
the case on Sept.o, and her husbaiul
drew a knife to "protect her from
arrest, for which he was imprisoned,
and the pair were to have appeared
in the U. S. District Court on Aug.
13th for trial on two indictments
charging them with resisting ah
officer. After the shooting sho
called on the crowd to lynch Nagle.
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Otlt.V tint liiAH tint.
Wtm Hist Ittltinlil tier lit Ilia IhU).
mid tt won feari! fruiu. il.ti tiht, Hie
KirliUli nWimsr vfunw nifty tiu
i.loli, wlilpli (4 mt fin ntlfthiu! oua.
Thp P'iUort. fltftloo Mhtt IVpfin.
went Is In iv (imnOiti'.v "f' Uio mr,N
lor, but r.ll (Imormlliod to Diifnuc
tho law ngniiml ficril poituhing mi nil
vessels. England has infiiiiiicd Can
ada thai she will protect British
rights in the Bchring Sea, but nlial
these lights arc remain lobe piov
ed. Tlie Canadians have teizird
the American schooner Vidette at
Cardinal Lavigcrle ha suddenly
ahaudoued the anti-slavery eonveV
lion to, tt is said, begin a criwadc
iu F.urope by direction of the Pope
for the purchase of Jerusalem from
Foity thousand persons attended
services at Ihc shiine of Knock, Ire
land, on the l.ijlli.
The Valkyiio won the cup on the
long Victoria colirne, abmil .r0 miles,
at the Royal Victoria, Yacht Club
RT33 ft . a B fi
i lie - uiiaDie
n --it i
nor IT STANDS -a
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. D Honolulu Rifles, t
Hawaiian Council No. 089 A. L.
of II., at 7:30.
Service at St.Andrew's Cathedral,
S. S. AUSTRALIA.
The Oceanic Company's steamship
Australia arrived at noon, (J days 22
bonis from San Francisco with 32
cabin and f0 steerage passengers.
Sailed from San Francisco August
lGth at noon. Experienced fine
weather and light trades the entire
voyage. She brought 1,310 tons of
RECEPTION OH THE NIPSIC.
Lieut. Commander II. W. Lyons
and officers of the U. S. S. Nipsic
held a reception on board that ves
sel yesterday afternoon which was
attended by a largo number of pro
minent society ladies and gentle
men. His Majesty the King .and II.
II. Prince Kananatiakoa attended by
Mr. Jas. W. Robertson, Acting
Chamberlain wcie among those pre
sent. The King was received by
a guard of honor of marines. The
interior of the vessel was most beau
tifully decorated with flaus, flowers
and evergreens. Dancing was in
dulged in to the strains of the Ha
waiian string band. Everyono en
joyed the occasion exceedingly,
J. F. Loubatjia wealthy author of
several French works, is cngoged a
aecond time to Miss Jennie Flood,
daughter of the late California mil
lionaire. The first engagement was
broken through Loubat's becoming
involved in a club scandal from
which he has fully cleared himself.
THE Pantheon Saloon has received
by llio "Australia" another large
Invoices of National Lager, anil tlon't
you forgit it. 333 3t
MR. DODD has jun received ex
"Umatilla" another lot nf that
" PHILADELPHIA L.VUKH BEBK"
in kegs, which he Is oilcring to his
customer.' 333 lw
TRY McCarthy's Uidtr.
!l OTT'S Cider at McCarthy's.
1V1 313 tf
X 2d columns,
purely local mauer
to foreign countrie, fo per
Sullivan is onirial at Purvis, Mis
sissippi, for assaulting Kilram.
Mr. West, who was breveted Brig
adier General for gallantry in the
war, latterly a hotel proprietor in
Washington, has died supposedly
from the effects of an assault by
Ruflln, a clerk in the Treasury de
partment, in a quarrel over a board
JJmpire Powers narrowly escaped
lynching at Cleveland, Ohio, for giv
ing decisions that cnablad New
York to win.
A large meeting of the anti-assassination
faction of the Clan-na-Gael
society was held at Chicago on the
A revolt of San Quentln prisoners
at a change of rations has been sup
pressed. Star Lily has won the Flower City
$10,01)0 stake, neven heats, at Ro
chester, N. Y.
Mclveiina and Schaefer havo
agreed on a straight throe ball bil
liard match in New York in Novem
ber, 5,000 points for 85,000.
President Harrison has made a
tour through New England cities,
being everywhere royally received.
A Cluneso leper from California
has been discovered jn a Brooklyn
hospital, having been there a year
without his disease being known.
Tho "elixir of life" (mentioned
in Thursday's Hum.f.tin) is getting
columns in the papers. People have
begun to die from experiments with
tho new fad made by ihc doctors.
Kllraiu is out on 82,000 bail.
English agents are reported to
havo secured all the large Pitts
The U. S. treasury surplus has
The railways have made conces
sions to the G. A, It. for reduced
rates to the encampment at Milwau
kee. The A. O. F. of the States has
decided to form a High .Court of
Foresters In that, country and cut
clear of the English connection.
A destructive fire took place at
Truckec, Nevada, August 12lh,
Over thirty buildings were destroy
ed. Loss'over 8150,000.
Twenty-one blocks in the heart of
the city of Spokane Falls, Washing
ton, were destroyed by fire on Aug.
4th. The lowest estimate of loss is
$7,000,000. The Washington block,
flnept in the city, and the Frank ford
block, were destroyed.
The British schooner Black Dia
mond, seized by the U. S. cutter
Rush, was taken by her captain to
regatta, 15th inst.
The Senate Court found Bonlan
ger guilty of treason in tho presi
dential crisis of 1887, also of em
bezzlement of public funds. Count
Dil'on and Henri Iloclipfort wen;
found guilt- of being accomplices
in tho treason. All three were sen
tenced to be deported to some forti
Emperor William and the Em
peror of Austria viewed a sham tight
at Spaifdau, where smokeless pow
der was used by one side. No
smoke was visible at a distance of
three hundred yards and no sound
was heard beyond a slight tapping.
Bulgaria jvas to proclaim inde
pendence on August Mlh.
The North German Gazette de
precates any falling out with Eng
land over African matters. 11 says
England's friendship is of more va
lue to Germany than all the German
Einin relief expedition could obtain
ontjio Upper Nile.
Attorney-Geneial Webster an
nounced in the House of Commons,
amidst Libeial cheering, that the
Government had decided to amend
the TitheSjbill 'by accepting tlie Op
positidn's p'roposal ' to make' the
lapdlords instead of occupiers liable
for the paymentof tithes.
Three French ironclads and a des-,
patch boat sailed from Toulon on"'
the 14th for Crete. Ip consequenco
of pressure front the Central Euro
pean powers, the Greek Government
has countermanded orders to Greek
warships to proceed to Crete.
Mrs. Maybrick was convicted in
Liverpool, 7th insi., of' the murder
offhei-husband. She was sentenced
tov. dcath.A Mrs. .Maybrick is an
Maybfick, was a"promlnent cotton
I'meichanl of Liverpool. Their mai-
rted life was notihappy,-4iud the mo
tive of tlie ciiinc is siipose"d to be
connected with her relations to one
The British fleet manuvering cap
tured the White-Star steamer Ger
manic and the American liner Brit
ish Princess and made their passen-.
gers prisoners of 'war.
2500 men arc on utiikc on the
London docks for an extra penny an
A Grand Bonaparlist banquet was
given at Paris, attended by 1C0O
people, nt which every mention of
Boulanger's name was greeted with
During thp Year 1889,
Funds on Hand
Doc. 31, 19E8,;fir . .'. '
BgsNew York Goes Equitibio by a Large Majority.
No better example of the estimation in w Itic i th great Company is held, can be given, than by a .com
parative statement of the buinoss done by ilclf :in-l its chief competitors In their common Initio, ihc city of
New York. In New York a man can gi'l his inforin'itioi direct from the Home Olll e of the largest companies,
and has moie accurate opportunities of judging their icpeclive merits than onywhere else. As u result in the
City Of New York during the j'ear 1838 the EqutmblB iote a 'larger annum ot new b ninc-s than was
written by its Two Lftrpagt Competitors Combwind. Iu the State of N-v' York the Equitable
wrote 81, 80S, 131 more Insurance than the aggtegute of its Two Largest Comp )tit0V3 Taken Together.
It did the LnrRCSt .Bliaiuess in the United States;, ns well ns In the Woi'lfi at a timu wlum all Companies v
were straining every nerve tn pass it.
The reason why this universal verdict goi witii the Equitable is on account of the Popularity of its
PlrniB and tho Promptness and l'airncR3 of ita Uusineus Methods A the Pioneer in leioruwin
Policies have been and are being'extensively imitated by others, a most gtaceful tribute to tl-eir merit.
The primary object of Life Insurance is to provide u-ady 11101103" against death. No Con puny can approach
the Equitable' record for piomptness in this regard. The "WeV Policy of the Equitable just out is
(like a bank draft) a simple promise to pay and is with-iut conditions on its back.
JC3For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. GARTWRICHT,
330 lm General Asjent Eipiiinblu Lifts Assurance Society for the Hawaiian Island.
if H M SiJ HE H?
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wesiermaver s ue
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& C. FESGi
FOIt THIS CLIMATE.
H3E& PBA&OS !
& CABINET ri'KlUHTg.
Other PIANOS of Well-known American Factories on the Way,
FOR SALE AT MAUFACTPRElfK PRICKS BY
Ed. HOFFSCHLAEGSCR & Co.,
32o lm Kins and B, 'bel Streets.
A QUARTERLY meulinjr nf the Bnnrd
j. ofTrustre cf Hip Qtn-ea' llnj.
pitul will be held on ATUK1AY, lue
7ili Keptrrntwr, lS'tl. at III nVJook a. m ,
at the Rooms ot the Clninlier 'of Vom
men e Hiivincss of iniportuuc." Amtml.
menl of the B'-L'kwi). IVriti'ler. .
F. A. KC1IAKFKR, '
3201m Secruuirv. .
FOR SALE "
Renowned for Tone
FltESH SAJIOAS TltOUBLU,
A Berlin despatch of Aucr.
80,000 In Use
iv. uuimjfwv 1
FOR lIMoliUnlinrt 4QIlf
.'1 Y HA Its
ENDORSED BY. THE FOLLOVINGf'XViTi
Cakl Zeiumiin, -w
Cl.AIIA Louihk lvKU.onil,
tQr MUailC DMPAKT3IJCMX
NKW Wllcov Js White Parlnr
Oriran with eUhictoix SullaWu
for school or chutyh. A ,flne iuntru.
ment. Applv at r7 Punchbowl t-trect.
oppo'Ite N. IJ. MifMon Inmiiutc. 278 tf
ALL persoan are lirrt-tiy strlmly for
lililrien Hem tlt-liint; ar otherwise
truspi'nirig on tlit slm '.Nhtjiy of KauJ.
wni, oD Diamond Moid.
II. F. BKRTELMX'XK.
Honolulu, Aug. 13, 1SSS. 321 lw
ALL hills due to roc not jmid bv Ibe
21th of this innnlli -will be iiUctd
I In the hands of a collrtor i
I ir nil 11 , C1T
'fnnolulu, Aup. 13. 1SS9. :V24 tl"
Ivv.N E. MoiiowkSKI,
Al:. Hoi K.MA.S,
BJ5 Call, or wiito for Catalogue.
Hole Agents for the Hawaiian hlnnils.
ciu ft n &3id n Hficvn
OPWCE TO IjET
15 Muii'inu hlrt-c.
rj u. V.
says there is a stir throughput Ger
many over new and serious compli
cations with Samoa. It is charged
that Matnafa, after agreeing to
maintain the slatus quo until the
treaty drafted by the conference
could be ratified bj' the U.. S.
.Senate, has "acted with a high hand
toward Tamascse and the German
police superintendent, compelling
them to give up all their former con
trol of prisons, police and municipal
It is abo alleged that, on the oc
casion of n national fete at Apia,
the "Dead Baby Dance" took place,
only, instead of the tiadltional dead
baby, Mntaafa's followers cariicd
in the procession a bust of Emperor
William I., which iu all likelihood
hud been washed ashore from Ihc
wreck of the German warship Kuur.
The Get man Consul hearing of the
insult demanded the bust (torn Ma
tnafa and now has it iu possession.
Additional passengers booked to
leave on the Zealandia are as fol
His Excellency C. V. Ashiord,
Attorney-General, who goes on a
much needed vacation lo the Coast.
Mr. E, G. Schum.111, manager of
the Uawaiiau Caniage Manufactur
ing Co., leaves for California for a
vacation to he absent five decks.
Dr. E. S. Belden was once a IJ.
S. army surgeon, and was with the
military party who tried Captain
Jack, the Modoc chief. During
this trial Dr. Beldeu was special
correspondent for the S. V. Chroni
cle, As a stenographer Dr, Belden
is export, having had extensive
experience in large courts. He
resigned the position here as of
ficial court reporter because there
is not sullicient work to keep him
busy and because he would do bet.
ter iu a larger sphere. Dr. Belden
is a thorough gentleman of scholarly
attainments, and his depaiture will
ho rcgietfully felt by those who
have made his acquaintance.
? YOU FIND ANYTHING,
1 advertise ll lu the "Dally KiilLun."
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f4 f a VaJHHB 1 WjBBHU
'UltNlfiHKD Ronrasto let,
ponthWfHt corner of
l'unohhowl nrnl UorctHnia
strritawnilld be voiy couycaiuut for
am 1 ll fnmlly. 255 Gin
3C01TA(5KS and Prtiniies
on I'miiii 'rpt, nt areai
cO mMf fisfirt'. Alinlv to
.1. M. MONSARRAT,
CartwrihiS Hlock. Merchant rit.
TOJl SALE or LEASE
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JVjgVffi ll ,lvllnl,noi6hihi itluu
SSSssS'lmdikIii llifi't' lirk'f -iiid two
mi.ul oiui- anil li'i'l anil a hirse utile.
Collage with tbrie moiiw on Hi" pu.
niNis; conk mil liaih.liriiMt Stubli
wplt Ihrie "InlN auil i-nri iiiri l.inr;
ah'iile and truli itrf ' ih,-p-i-mj-ei'.
Apply in .1. M MUNAJIKAT.
tMrtwrialil'f U'n-K, Miif.liBiii.: t.
M$$ TO L
Thero are no Seams in tho Fire to Leak
g0Ti6m are NO LOO.SI! HIVKTrf catiM'd by thu couliiiiinl xp.iitMOi
and 1'iuili.ictinnaof the plate, llni bottom pii'M-miiiy 11 tSMOOTH, EVE?
hiiiface which cm be eiiuily
THlfroLLOWlNG SI' US 1CU1M' COXSTA.NTLY IX HTOOrv!
Itcridi" en iT
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Mr. rmoK Bnwn,- u
"V Mr. Jjmet Love,
I ATE llcslilfiirH of -.--
J Mr. M. Crein,
21H Kort treet.
STOBE, Etc , now ovciipliii liv" "
Mr. Vi-oIIj, Orocw,
EST Apply to
A. J. OAKTWRIXJUT,
:t(i tf Morftlijn ii"t,
"Notice lo Shippers,
fTl'OX romplMlim of Uy
inches diameter by 10 feet Innnlli
inches diameter by JO hvl lengih
."il iiicliti diiiiiii'tnr by 111 feet Irutjlli
12 intln-B dianiiiter by 11 feet length
Risdon Iron Sc Locomotive Works.
s; ritwcisco, cal
gjg" ) 01 jmiliiular, apply to
fc7 2m JOHN DYER, "-fcS" flrJlttTSTSr.'f: J?'"" t
A T the
c. vkulu Cumimny
y&SSn v (nc 01 luo
JMiVa l'..cllUi Oul.ltf on
-3BE Auim't Oili, thn At Cllppir
Rchooner"0 H Tnnnr." CVnisln O.J.
Kelley, 100 tuns, will lie open forclmrttr
for any Amurlean or Uriiish Co'ii'uhlaii
pii't, or will return direct 10 Yirieiiw,
B.C. Knrfrrijlil ntul puvige appl) tu
E. O. Hull X Hon, Hnnnlubi, II I. '
BAItlUOLOMEW & BAKEB. '
minuHl met'tlni; nf the OI.
the following gentlemen nere duly
eh ttrd lo serve a otllcers for the ctitu.
Prcnlrlt-iit Wm. O, Irwin,
Vire President . ir. H. I'nm Wrll,
Mniiit'ury & iuih'nr...l. . Bt?rj-tr,
Tii'J.urii.. ...... ..Win. M "iHhiiJ.
C. O. HEIIGCH,
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