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TLKSDAY, OCT. 22, IH8.
Sehr Kuwait ml friiin Kuolnu
Jstiur W G Hull lor I.:ili1ti:i, Msial .ea,
Kona. Kmi mid tliu Volcano tit 10
o'clock a iu
Ntnir Jtlkahala for Kiuinl hi " n m
htmr lwii'uiil for Lalialiu ami Hauia-
kua at 11 u in
Stun- Leluia fur llamakua ami llllo ports
rit r ) m
Stmr Watmannlo for Piutloa
iJtmr.I A Cummins for Koulnu at 0 a m
Sehr Kaalokai for Wnlmea
Bchr Saiah & Eliza for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
8w bk Oplilr for Port TownscnU
Solir Kawallain for Koolau
lir bk Esl'dalc, Murdoch, for Portland,
Btmr Pole for Kona ports at 10 a in
Am bktno Discovery, McNeil, for San
For Maul, per Mmr Llkellke, Oct 21
E ltowell, U Johiison,,! X McCarthy,
Mr owun, .rs Ellis, and GO deck.
For Lanai, per slinr Mokolli, Oct 21
F 11 Hay.-eltlen and in deck.
For Maul and Hawaii, i t stinr W O
Hall, Oct 22 For Vuuainn : .1 II Steven
fcon For way ports: M Ruse and wife,
lrs J E Kckaidt and 3 children, t!
Rudrlqtiez, E Smilh, J D' Johnson and
wife, Mrs .-llva, Mhs Dohe.ny, Paul
Hamlll, Miss Lee, Mrs P Lee, Mrs M.
Lee, Iss Keilolm, Miss Wll.-on, II
Wooteu, J .Morse, wife and child, J ICa
b'lulello, A B Lindsa., P MoCr.iy and
wife. 11 E M. Baldwin, Miss At Sheldon,
and 70 deck.
The bark Oplilr will leave to-morrow
for Puget Sound.
The ti'i-n W S Bownc will sail for San
Francisco mi Thursday. lit? will re
ceive sugar by the steamers Kinau and
The brigautiuc Consuolo Is expected
to sail from Kahului this evening for
The stvamor Lehua takes machinery
for llamakua this afternoon. ,
Tho US S Iroquois commence re
ceiving coal this alternoon.
The barkentinc Discovery, Capt Mc
Neil, sails to-morrow for Sail Fran
cisco. The barkentinc Amelia will come off
the Maiiuu Railway to-morrow after
noon. She leaves about the lattci part
of this week for Humboldt Bay, Cali
fornia. The bark Eskdale will sail cither this
evening or to-morrow morning for
Portland, Oregou. She takes 10 bags of
coffee from this port.
A BRILLIANT BALL.
air. luil Slrx II. '. Vliulo Kntertnln a
Iiarcti Company of IHsiIncuiMueil
Yesterday evening Mr. Henry F.
Glade, Consul for Germany and
Austria, and Mrs. Glade gave a ball
at their residence, Judd stiect, in
honor of the golden wedding anni
versary of Mr. and Mrs. Glade, the
parents of Mr. Glade, who reside in
Germany. Sunday the 20th was
the day of the anniversary, but the
occasion was observed as Mated
abovo. The event was to be cele
brated in Germany with great festi
vities, including a family gathering.
The ball last evening was one of
the most brilliant given in Honolulu
in a long time. The grounds were
prettily decorated with colored lan
terns, strings of them being hung
from the flag pole. A large lanai
had been erected in rear of the
house, and presented a beautiful
appearance in its deoorations of
flags, flowers and evergreens. The
interior of tho house was also elabo
rately decorated, everything being
tastily arranged. The Royal Ha
waiian band played on the grounds
in front of tho house during the re
ception, and later on in the lanai for
danoiag. The invited guests began
to arrive by eight o'clock and were
received in the most cordial manner
by Mr. and Mrs. Glade, and Mr.
Paul Isenberg, Jr. Shortly before
midnight a sumptuous supper was
served in tho dining-room, after
which daucing was resumed and
kept up with spirit until 2:80
o'clock Tuesday morning.
Among those present wore Their
Majesties the King and Queen, at
tended by Col. G. Y. Maefailane,
H. M.'s Chamberlain, Mr. J. W.
Robertson, Vice-Chnmberlain, and
Mrs. Robertson j Their Highnesses
Princes Knwananakoa and Kalam
anaole, H. It. II. Count Kurd!, II. It.
H. Countess Bardi, Baroness Hurt
ling, Count Zileri, Count Luccuesi,
-Baron Ileydebrand, Hon. John L.
Stevens, U. S. Minister Resident;
Mons. G. B. C. d'Anglade, French
Commissioner ; Scnhor A. de Souza
Cnnavarro, Portuguese Commis
sioner, nnd Mrs. Canavarro, Hon.
Chas. R. Bishop, Hon. and Mrs. W.
G, Irwin. General V. B. Marshall,
Mr. and Mrs. Fred "SV. Glade of
Kekaha, members of the consular
porp9 und a large number of promi
nent residents of Iouo)iilu.
The following are the moves In the
fhess correspondence games between
Honolulu and Kilauea, Kaual,to date.
Game No. 1.
White (Honolulu) Black (Kilauea K.)
8. BXQ'sKt 8.
Game No. 2.
White (Kilauea K). Black (Honolulu)
7. PXKt. 7. B-QIU'autlKch)
For preceding movos'goo back num
ber ofctbe Bulujtw.
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
The ICiimit ia duo UMiionow morn
ing iniiii wiudw.inl port.
Tim Uoiubur iiiiiiiuui'uf tho Punt
ilUc in ilin l'liiiih; will bd out to
Tilt: iitti'iid.tnce of tho natives iu
tli tMipromo Court this il.iy was not
to l.ugo u yostriduy.
Ftn.ii uvening dii'ss on the part of
'eiiilunuii will bo required al tho
Palace ball to-morrow evening.
A notick with regard to niding the
circle of Hawaiian ladies tit Queen
Emilia Hall, appears elsewhere.
The E. At. S. Alameda is duo from
Sun Francisco Saturday en route to
the Colonies with eight, days' later
A oamb of baseball between the
Unknown nud Nipsic baseball clubs
will bo played to-morrow at the Ma
kiki baseball grounds. Gauiu com
mences nt 3 o'clock.
A niKFicoLTY between the Train
ways Company andjiU men was satis
factorily settled yosteiday, thus avert
ing a general striko against long
hours combined with low pay.
Or course, if gentlemen go to balls
they must have nice dres3 shirts,
whito kid gloves and ties, and black
socks. The best place in town to
procure these articles is at M. Gold
Their Royal Highnesses the Count
nud Countess Bardi and suite will
enjoy a day's shooting on Mr. Paul
Isenberg's ranch ut Wuialuo to-morrow.
The royal party will lunch with
. . .
A coal oil stove burst in the house
of Mr. James Nott, Jr., on Fort
street this afternoon, and the Haines
threatening the house an alarm was
turned in. Engines No. 2 und No. 5
responded quicldy but their services
were not required.
There was u fair audience at Chia
rini's circus last evening. The Katie
Putnam Company with a number of
friends occupied one of the boxes.
There were many new features in thu
programme. Another performance
will bo given this evening.
Every teat down stairs in the
Opera. House and the front row of
the balcony have been taken for the
entertainment to-night, and all the
seats usually reserved but seven have
been secured for Thursday night.
This evening the ladies will probably
attend without hats.
The S. F. Bulletin Kays: "The
Navy Department has finally decided
to send the Peus-aeolu to the Pacific
Station as the Hug-ship instead of the
other ves.'-els that have been men
tioned. The ship will go on the
station after her return from taking
the eclipse party to Africa next De
cember." Messrs. Egiin it Gunn are opeu
ing out a superb stock of dry goods
in the Mclncrny block. The mem
bers of the firm personally selected
the goods on their late visit to the
States, which the groat experience of
both of them roll qualified them to
do. After the stock is arranged it
will bo fully described in the adver
tising columns of this paper.
Mn. F. E. Nichols of the Hawaiian
News Company writcd ftom New
York under date of October 3d, that
he was putting in a hard two weeks'
work in purchasing tho finest, hand
somest, and most complete lino of
staple and fancy stationery, as well
as novelties suitable for the Christmas
trade. The company will surprise
everybody this year both in price and
quality of goods.
A very well attended meeting of
the Social Science Club was held
last evening at the residence of Rev.
C. M. Hyde, D. D Boretunu stiect.
It was the first meeting of the new
year. An interesting paper on
"Switzerland" was read by Mr. Jus
lice McCully. Prof. M. M. Scott was
elected President and Dr. C.T. Kod
gers, Treasurer. After the moot
ing the members partook of a very
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rifles, at
Excelsior Lodge No,
1,1. O. O.
Katie Putnam Comedy
at Upern House at a.
Court Luualilo No. GG00 A. O. F.
Cliiarini's Italian Circus on the
Esplanade, ut 8 o'clock.
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
nr 3. v. MoncAX.
Credit sale ut salesrooms, 10 a.m.
Particulars in advertisement.
CLOSING OF MAILS.
The S. S. Australia sails at norm
sharp Friday, the 2flth lust., for San
Francisco. The mails close at tho
Post Ofllco as followu:
10 a. in. Registered letters and
11a. m. Letters and papers.
KATIE PUTUAM COMPANY.
This evening the Katie Putnam
Company make their second appear
ance before a Honolulu audience.
The sale of seats has been exceed
ingly large and there will be a
crowded houie. His Majesty the
King and the Prince and Piincess
Bourbon will occupy the Royal box.
The programme will commence with
threo scenes from Dickens' "Old
Ciuiosiiy Shop" nnd concludo with
the musical comedietta, "Tho Loau
of a Lovor."
iAttn?-BtnvMn?m: Hoao&OTcr, i, Xm aoroatm aa, leaa.
Trial orn. V, XV imx forConnplrncy
Uciiiru JIim Itix ui-thu Chlut'
Monday. Out. 21st.
Tim first witness called for the
prosecution was Robert N. Jloj'd,
who atti-r Minting that lie was absent
nearly eight ,car3 In Italy, returned
two years ago, know Kobeit W.
"Wilcox, went on to jis'o i-xiiclty the
same evidence as in the Loomeiis
trial. This evidence was given very
full In the Brji.LUTiN, nnd it is not
considered necessary to repeat it.
Uoyd's cross-examination com
menced nt 4 :30 o'clock.
Just before adjournment nt live
o'clock, Mr. Ko9 addressed tko
Court with regard to tho two chnrges
pending against Wilcox, nud nsked
that one of the charges be cleared
The Attorney-General considered
counsel had no right to make such a
The Court considered the motion
The King vs. Manuel Perry.
Larceny. Appeal from Honolulu
Police Court, whore the defendant
was fined and scntouccd to one
month's imprisonment. lie now
pleaded guilty, and asked for miti
gation of sentence. The Court sen
tenced him to pay a fine of $26 and
be imprisoned at hard labor for ten
Toesdat, Oct. 22d.
The Court opened at 9:35 a. m.
The hearing of the Wilcox case
was delayed by the non-arrival of
the witness, Robert N. Boyd. He
came in at five minutes to 10 o'clock
and staled to the Court that be un
derstood the hour for opening was
The cross-examination of Boyd
was then continued by Mr. Rosa.
The witness staled that he had paid
visits to the palace and barracks
previous to July 30th, that the Prin
cess Poomaikclani and Prince Ka
lauianaole passed in and out tho
palace yard on tho morning of the
30lh, that the Princess was cheered,
that the palace could easily have
been taken. The witness stated
that tho bullet which went through
his leg must have been fired from
the Music Hall. Soon after day
break he saw Hoapili Baker enter
the palace grounds with Mr. Itobert
Bon, the Vice-Chamberlain. Saw
Baker talking with Wilcox in a
friendly manner. Robertson asked
Wilcox for permission to go to his
olllce. Robertson did not order the
crowd in the yard to disperse. He
would not have given evidence in
this case if he had not been let free ;
would Imve protected the King in
the palace. Heard that the palace
soldiers were in our favor nud also
two companies of tlin Honolulu Ri
fles, I think C and D, not quite sure.
Heard the Chinese were in favor
with us. This made us feel more
cheerful, and surer of obtaining our
object. We felt sure that we would
get the new constitution. Wilcox
never cautioned me not to carry on
the movement. Jack Kuamoo said
ho had a good deal of influence with
the natives. Do not remember him
saying he had the palace password.
Jim Kauhane said he had a good
many friends among the palace
By Mr. Hatch Wilcox told me
the Chinese were to join us, did not
state the number. He said the Chi
nese were going lo raise a revolu
tion. By the Court I saw the papers
containing the new Constitution, did
uot read them. Wilcox baa them.
George Markham was next sworn
and gave similar evidence as that in
the Loomens case. New evidence
brought out was that Wilcox told
him he liad got 200 from G. Aio
alias Goo York, who had since left
for China. Markham went with
Wilcox to Sam Kum Lung's store
on Hotel street to get red hhirts and
caps. Saw Papu there. The shirts
and caps were not paid for. Saw the
same shirts and caps on the
night of the 29th at Wilcox's resi
dence. They went to You Nin &
Co.'s store on Nuuanu street and
agreed to buy twelve bull dog pis
tols at 85, also some cartridges.
Wilcox told the Chinaman to charge
them to him. I went to L. Alilo'u
store, Nuuanu street, on the after
noon of the 2'Jlh about rico bird
At noon the court took a recesi.
The Court resumed at 1 o'clock.
George Markhain's examination
was proceeded with as follows
When I went to Ahlo's I saw the
salesman, also saw two cases of rice
bird guns. I reported to Wilcox
that Ahlo had guns, and he told me
after he had been up to the atoie
and got twelve guns. In the even
ing 1 went with Kauhane in a hack
to get the guns. Know tho hack
driver, he In a Hawaiian. First went
to Aio's Htorc to get four more guns,
found Papu hud got them. Then
went to J. E. Bush's house on
Punchbowl and got one gun. Bush
was uot there, understood he had
gone to church. Ills wife gave me
the gun. Then drove to Ahlo's
store, found him there, nsked him
for tho guns Wilcox had oidercd.
He said "here they are." I put
them in the hack, there were 12
guns. We took them out by the
buck gate. Ahlo opened tho gate
for us. Then went lo You Nin &
Co.'i&tore, by the rear entrance.
We got some pistols. Then went to
Princess Liliuoknlnui's residence,
entering on the Ewa bide, and took
the firearms collected into Wilcox's
room. Later on wont lo IIo Fou'a
to Ret Bomo liquor. Tho natives
wanted gin to glvethem Dutch cour
age. Did not Ket the gin. Wilcox
gave the order for the body of men
to move from the Princess's resi
dence to the pnlnce on tho night of
the 2!)th. If the palncu was not
opened we were to use giant powder ;
I hnd some of it, so had Boyd. I
llrcd my gun at the Music Hall.
Also Hied my liile twice at the
samo building. Got too weak to
hold my gun iu consequence of the
Cross-examined Neither Parker
nor anyone cUo gave us orders lo
leave the palace grounds. We could
have taken possession of the palace.
MOTION F0R NEW TRIAL.
Mr. Antone Rosa, counsel for Al
beit Lootnens, who was recently
found guilty of treason by a foreign
Jury, has filed a motion for a now
trial on the following grounds :
1. That the verdict of jury is con
trary to law and tho evidence.
2. Misconduct of the jury.
3. That two of the jurors, T.
Starkey and M. N. Sanders,
commissions as policemen of
police force of the kingdom.
BOOKED TO LEAVE.
Tho following are booked to leave
per S. S. Australia, October 25
.Mrs Sharralt and 2daughtciB, Miss
May Bailey, Mrs II M Newhall, G A
Ncwhall, J C llulbcit and wife,
Count and Countess de Bardi, maid
and vulot, B.ironess Rertling, Count
Zileri, Count Lucchesi, Baron Ileyde
brand, Geo II Bailey, Cliiarini's Cir
cus troupe, Miss S Henry, J N Wright
and wire, Mrs W Webster, Mrs S E
Craddock and wife, J L Torbert, Dr
Anderson, II II Prince Knwanana
koa, E Alexander, J Martin, Capt
Haskell, J Dyer and wife, John F
Colburn and wife, D M Gedge
and wife, C F McWilliams, A Whiley,
Geo Lycurgus, Mrs Leslie, Miss Katie
Putnam, Geo C Boniface, wife and
child, II B Emery, M L Berry nnd
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Four drunks had to pay the usual
W. Mullen, an ex-police officer
charged with the larceny of $72, was
committed for trial to "the January
term of the Supreme Court.
Two natives charged with desert
ing contract service were ordered to
Iloan, the Manilla man charged
with larceny, was discharged.
C'AMARINOS' Re frlgerntois arrival
per -Au irulta" flllrd with choice
rapes, Pluma, Poms, Apples, Celerv
Utiuiin.iwer, Frozen Oyptrr., alto SO
firales line lii'o Heart Cub ua go Cnli.
fornia Kruit Muikti & ban i'ronei'co
Piuit Deunt. 331 III
JUST rcr-eived Celebrated Pooclto'n
'leas, direct from China; a splen.
did assortment of tlno Tens: Tho Ha
wkHhii .Mixture, in H nflckngot; Thi
Hnso Brand TVa, in lb packages, de.
helitfuUy fragrant; Extra Superfine
l.lHck Ten, 10 tJi boxes in bulk; Mr-'
Crop 188D-WJ0 toimou, in 10 It lioxe,
'i p&ckngct. to n pound; to ha had o.ily
of Gn- 'lvt'8 it Co . Honolulu fi''3 if
YOU SO M'lirlrd I.ftd? of sovcra'
vc.irs' mldeneo in llonolulu.de
site) a position ax nuts TV governess In
i hifthly respectable f.imlly Best of
reference enn be given No'obji-ctlnntn
tle other islunds. Address ' K," P. 0
Box 890, City. i!83 8t
TO aid ttn Fiswing Circle of Hawalinn
ladies at Queen Einma House,
scraps of calico, woolen, muslin, linrn,
blrnched anil unbleached cotton cloth
will be gratefully received for the
benefit of said Hnusn.
Miss H. S. JUDD,
Miss M. E. GREEN.
Honolulu, Oct 21, 1B8. iU t
White Kid Cloves,
White Lawn & Silk Tics,
Dr. M. E. GROSSMAN,
Will return on the Australia due Nov.
mnber 1ith and resume purlieu at bin
former ofllco, m Hotel stroc 8U3 td
Apply to lieu
" Criiiskeen-s-Lawn "
Aiio'.her Intoico to hnnd pnr "Banca."
881 lw GONSALVES ACQ.
Tahiti Bamboo !
TEOElYKD ei "Mariposa" fiou
-LVi Tuhili, a largo iii-orlmeut of
lituuuoo fur lint in-iUiu'
J. K BROWN & CO.,
3ftQ lw 'J- Merchant 9ti-ot,
JL most popula1
HAWAIIAN OPERA HOUSE
L. .T. Levpy
unit. Li. Berry.
Tuesday, Oct. 2Sd.
Second Appwirnoro of the Verpalllo
nnd Acre-inpl liked Arifolo
Miss Katie Putnam,
Bupnoncd by tho Talentrd
George C. Boniface, Jr.
Uudrr tho pntronnge nnd in the presence
of ills Majesty Kalakaua 1 , King of
Hawaii, und the Prince nnd
PrluccRs of Bourbon.
The entcrtnlnmrut 111 commence with o
series of Sketches iu U Acts, taken
from Charles Dickens' 1m.
moital slory tho
"OLD CURIOSITY SHOP,"
Consisting of the
THE BAT.L1COOM SCENE,
THE SICK-UED SCENE.
With the follow lug east of characters :
The Marchioness Katie Putnam
Dick Swlvllcr Geo. C. ltonlfaee, Jr
Daniel Qullp II. It. Emery
Sampson Urass Matt I.. lluriy
Still v Brum Ernestine Flovd
Kltt Nubbles Nelly Strickland
Incidental to this production, the fol
lowing Musical Kcleetlons will lie lu
"Who's dat a' Knocking" Duet with
Banjo accompaniment.. Katie Put
nam and G. C. Boniface. .Ir.
Burlesque Minuet Dance. . Katie Put
nam and O. C. Boniface, Jr.
"Can you tell me the lleasou Why"
Topical Song Katie Putnam
"Bldnlia Jane Mo"nn'' Comic Irish
Song Nelly Strickland
To conclude with the laughable Musical
'TiieLoan of a Lover'
Gertrude Katie Putnam
Peter pyke Geo. C. Bonlfaee, Jr
Swycl Matt .. Berry
Delve Nelly Strickland
Capt. Aincsfort II. B. Emery
Ernestine Ernestine Floyd
Incidental Sours nnd Music to "The
Loan of a Lover: '
"To-morrow will be Market Dav'"
Duet Katie Putnam and O. "C.
1 m Only Just Twcuty,"
. . . Katie Putnam
"Little F'sher Maiden" Soiig and
Dance Katie Putnam and O. C.
THURSDAY, Oct. 24th.
Positively -:- Last-:- Appearance
FOR A SHORT SEASON ONLY.
Open Every Night!
ON THE ESPLANADE.
Rapid Change of Programme !
Doom iirn at ?'. lVirnrni'iiiee rum
luvuceH at M o'clock Hiiarp.
Afternoon Performances Every
Wednesday & Saturday,
Itoora O'ipii ut )i. Prirrnrinniirt I'oru
uimiot'H at l oYlurl'.
PRIOF.S of ADMISSION':
Boxes (0 Cluiirs) . . .
Single ChairH in llox
Dies Circle, Chairs .
2d Class, Carpeted Seats
. 2 00
. 1 00
dd (Mass, Uallery
'Childicn under 0 years of age
HALF PRICE to nil parts except
taSTTiekotfl may he had and Bo.W3
Fecured daily from 8 a. m. to ft o'clock
v, M., at Lewin J. Levey'H Auction
Room, and at the Ticket Olllce of the
HOX VJLAjV NOW OIKS I
l'hufclon iu pur.
order. Apply at
I OTTAGi: ut rnUnin
(illtitliilllt' Ultcliiu, in.
(.Nrilttij huu?e am) ulhcr
convenience-!. For further particular
apply to the uuileiflitiicd.
v f. MANAOLE,
Aw&rvo. Btors Miu,wiVi, "Uitf.
OPINIONS - OF
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF TIIK rXITKD STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
(.From the Hot Yoiik Timjm, June 2, ISry.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a ntw form or
policy which, like n bank draft, is a simple promise to pay without condi
tions on tho back.
From the Chicago Ixvr.sTiOATOit.l
Always on the nlcrt, and ever auvious to give the publio tin inoH
advantageous contract iu life insurance, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York litis, in the past, made many advances on old method
and has been tho tneann to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprUing. there
fore, that this great, company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like ot which has not before bon known iu life insurance.
from the Kkstuokv Knots it.u,
The Kquitable Life Assurance Noeioty 1ms, iu tho past, done more .to
create nud maintain confidence iu life insurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than tlint of any of ii competitors.
Furthermore, it has now taken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will be that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked coalidonc
in life assurance, will examiuo the new poliny oli'ered by the Equitable,
atid assure their lives forthwith.
This company has done more than any other to simplify thu fnnranoa
contract, nnd to maintain public confidence in life assurance.
From the Pacific Uxi'I'uwiutkii, San Prancl-co, July 1, ISS'J.J
Tho Equitable has already established ti world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt settlement ot alt
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy onuuot fail to enhanoo Ita
reputation for enterprise nud piogresstvene-'s in dealing with the .subjeci.
of life assurance.
ESS" For full particulars call ou
330 J m
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Notice ! Nolioe !
BY THE "S. S. AUSTRALIA" WHICH ARRIVED II HONOLULU,
OCTOBER 18th, TIIK
RECEIVED A LARGE and VARIED STOCK OK
DRY & FANCY GOODS, "
Ladies' & Gents' Furnishing Goods,
LADIES', MISSES' 1 CHILDREN'S
BOOTS, -:- SHOES -:- and -i- SLIPPERS.
WHICH THE PUBLIC IS RESPECTFULLY INVITED
Oct-ltf-69 Corner llotol AgForL tftrjt. ,,
-A FULL ASSORTMENT OF-
Colgate d Da's Cottratal I'eii'umcs tl Toilet, Soapv
Photographic Goods of All Kinds.
Cigars. Cigarettes & Tobaccos.
B. I E
RECEIVED PER 8. S. "AUSTRALIA"
la : sateens
IN OIIKaT V.UUETY
Utiawmttkluu lhnu-lniuol uiwht thu mauajjouuMU of JfliHi
- THE - PRESS
General Attont for the Hawnll&n Islands.
JUST TO HAND
JL IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
ILEKS & CO.
Seracta -: & :- Prims.
nt VERY LOW PRIOEfl.
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