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ftAJtT BULLETIN: HONOLULU, H, L, ftqVfiMBJBR 25, 1889.
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MONDAY, NOV. 25, 1P89.
It M 8 Mnrlpon, Hay ward, fioiu San
Stun' .Mlk-iilifUii from Knlinl
Stmr Kaala from Klliiuca and Haurilol
Stun- jMokolU from Molukai
tfchr Mary fiom Ku:il
Sclir Rainbow from Koolmi
bchr Kaalokalfiom Kauai
fcehr Lavlnla from Ewn '
II;; W O lrwhi for San Frnncico
HM8 Marlpon, llaywnrd, for tho Co
lonies Nov 25
Stmr Walmanalo for Molokal nt 5 p m
Htmr Mokolil for Molokal at o p in
Schr Wnlmalu for l'apalkou
Stmr Llkcllke for Maui at " p m
Hchr Luku for Wnlmoa
Sclir Lcnhl for Hanulul
Stmr Wulalcale for Kilauca mid Hatia-
lcl at r, m
Stmr .Ins Makco for Kapaa at 0 p m
Stmr Viva for Maul atfi p m
Sclir Kuulllua for Kauai .
YESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Btmr J A Cummins for Koolau at Sum
Stmr MIkahala for Kauai at C,p m
Stmr Klnau for Illlo nnd way ports at
2 p in
Stmr Kaala for Nawlllwill and Hana-
maulu at 9 a m
Sclir Mary for Hanalei
From Molokal per stmr Mokolil, Nov
24 F II Uayselden, J MeColgaii and 4
For San Francisco per brgt W O Ir
win. Nov 21-E A Phillips, Ohas Mai
tin, 11 F Kclloy. W V- Ilanseon, U
Bailey, and W II Lewis.
I-or Yokohama per S SYamashiro
Maru, Nov 23 A Kennedy and ten
From Kauai per stmr Mlkabala, Nov
24 -II Mybre and child, 1' P Kanoa, II
Meek, A M i-proull, Miss Larson, T
Wolff, and J5 deck.
From San Francisco per R31S Mari
posa, Nov 23 Mrs J B Atherton, Miss
Atherton, J K Burkett and.yife, O Uin
niug, A McBryde, Miss E A McBryde,
Henry Castle and wife, J B Castle, Mies
A Dudolt, Harry W Drydcu, Frank S
Dodgo, Miss Eva Hart, A S Hartwell,
Mrs M H Ilardwick, A Marques, E 11
Sawyer and wife, James Stelncr and
wife, Cbas Stratton, J L Torbert, Cbas
.T Wall, Dr Anderson, and 32 steerage,
and 11Q In transit for tho Colonics.
For tho Colonies per K M S Mariposa,
Nov 24 P McBryde, II 11 Stoke3, t haB
Crozier, Miss Lrozicr, G W Barston,-.!
11 Stevenson. P A Van Tassel. F Frost,
Master Wright, Cbas Russel, and 11G in
FOREIGN VESSELS IN PORT.
II B M S Espiegle, A C Clarke, from a
UBS Mohican, Rear Adin Kimbcrly,
USS Nipslc, Lt Lyon, from Eamoa
Swd bk Ida, Oleson, from Port Town
send Am bkt S G Wilder, Griflitbs, from San
Haw bk W B Godfrey, Dabel, from San
Am bk Matilda, Howard, f roln Burrard's
Am bkt W H Dimond, Drew, from San
. Two flrst-class passenger cars came
by the barkentlnc Y H Dlinond for tho
O.R. R. &L. Co.
Tho brlgautine W G Invin sailed at
noon yesterday for Saa Francisco with
2,577 bags rice and H2 barrels molasses.
Tho cargo was valued at $12,002.25.
The steamer Mokolil brought 100 bgs
sugar, 58 sheep, and 33, barrels mo-
The W S Bownc, Discovery and Olga
wero loading at San Francisco Novem
ber 17th for the Hawaiian Islands.
The steamer J A Cummins takes a
new locomotive and sixty Japanese
immigrants for Hccia, Koolaupoko,
The steamer Kaala brought 2110 qags
paddy from Walalua anil the steamer
Mikahala 24P7 bags sugar, 5 horses, and
1U0 bags rice from Kauai.
DEPAItTURES F1I0M SAN FJUtfCISUO :
Nov 10 bktne S N Castlo for Hono
ARRIVALS AT SAN FllANCIHCO :
Nov 10 b!ctnoDiscovery,17 days from
Honolulu, brig Consuelo, 19 days from
Kahulul; Nov 11 Sclir "W S Bowne,
1114 days from Honolulu.
The bktne Ainelia arrived at-Eureka
Nov Oth from Honolulu.
Arrivals at Port Towusend November
9. bark O D Bryant, 10th ship Eskdalo,
both from Honolulu.
Tho bark O O Whit more sailed from
Port Ludlow November 13th for Hono
lulu. A NEW BARKEHTINE.
Messrs. Hall Bros, of Port Blake
ley are just about finishing a now
barkentinc at their shipyard. Sbo
is to bo culled tho Irmgurd after
Miss Irmgard Schaefcr, daughter
of Mr. F. A. Schaefcr of this city.
Tho Irmgard has boen built for tho
island trade, bringing lumber to Ho
nolulu and returning to San Fran
cisco with sugar. Tho vessel has a
carrying capacity of 800,000 feet of
lumber, and can stow away 1200
tons of sugar below decks. She will
bo commanded by Cnpt. Paul,:i well
known skipper. She islG8fectin
length on the keel, and JOG feet in
length over all. She has 37i feet
beam, and a depth of hold of H
feet 4 i'nehes. Those who haye seen
the Irmgard say sho is a very pretty
model, Sho has been built for
beauty and speed.
The owners of tlm Union Mill, Ko
Jmht, have bought tho Btnr Mill.
Grinding by tho Union will begin
about tho firsit of next month.
X 2d columns, purely local mattor
forofgu countries, fS per
LOCAL & 0HNERAL UM.
Correspondence on tho fourth pnee.
W. 11. Pago linB n notice elsewhere
about accounts due him.
Dr. Andcgun,tlic dentist, leluinod
on tho Muiiposu nnd has resumed
TiiuKi; is no chango in lliu prieu of
sugar since last advices. It remains
nt Tg for 00 test.
Tho Post Ollico despatched on Ihe
W. G. Irwin yeslerdiiy 797 letters anil
GO packages of papeis.
The Mariposa brought '.15 bags of
mail for tho 1'osl OIHro, including 5
bags for the Parcels Tost.
Purser Tlios. Smith
posa and lion. W. C.
of the Mnii
our thanks for late
Tho Wnikiki Ranch odor fat tur
keys, suckling pigs, ducks nnd chick
ens for sale. Ordur of C. W. Mncfar
At a meeting of the Board of
Health this moining, Dr. N. B.
Emerson, tho Picsidont, signified his
intention of resigning.
Tho Pacific llardwaio Company
will present to tho public in n few
days u magnificent stock of now
goods for holiday presents, including
tho very latest in art and decorated
A balloonist named Peel: was a
passenger on tho Mnriposa. He in
tended to stay over hero and give an
exhibition, but after he heard of the
balloon calamity, decided to go on
to tho Colonies.
The performance by tho Ray Bros.
Saturday ovening was not largely
attended, but it gave satisfaction to
those who were present. Tho Brothers
arc going on a professional tour
around tho islands.
Dr. N. B. Emerson, President of
the Board of Health, leaves to-morrow
for Kauai to visit some of the
plantations. Next week in company
with Dr. Luis: he will go to the
An old whaling man named Prosscr
well known in Honolulu for many
years, died recently of heart disease
in San Francisco. Ho had boon in
the whaling business sixty years, and
was over eighty years old at tho time
of his death.
In the gamos of baseball played on
Saturday at Makiki the Boads and
Bridges scored 13 to the Iolanis' 7,
while the runahous and Valley Boys
played a tie game, both sidos scoring
10 runs at the end of tho ninth in
nings. Darkness prevented further
" That fence " surrounding tho race
track at Kapiolani Park, for years
past a popular bete noir, has at
length come down. It is replaced by
a stout rail fence, nnd the change
makes a very noticeablo improve
ment in tho park landscape.
The Mariposa carried an exceed
ingly largo cargo through to the
Colonies. It included' 10,700 cases,
99 barrels and CO half barrels of sal
mon, 2,000 boxes ot apples, 1,105
boxes raisins, 3,473 cases canned
fruit, 10,217 pounds dried fruit, 20,
9.61 pounds coffee, 30,000 pounds
codfish, also onions, beans, ma
chinery, hops, wine, etc.
. . .
About half-past four o'clock Satur
day afternoon Thomas Leavitt, a lire-
man on tho steamer Waialcale, tell
into the water between the vessel and
the dock. Another fireman was quick
ly on the spot to render assistance hut
never saw Ljavitt again. Up to tho
timo of going to press tho body has
not been recovered. Leavitt was a
native of Cornwall, England, and had
been in tho islands about twolvo
years. Ho was about 50 years f ago.
Two hen pheasants from Japan,
received by tho steamship Yamashiro
Maru, have been placed with the
beautiful malo bird that has been
solitary for many months since his
original niato died in tho cago with
tho peacocks at tho park ranger's
lodgo, Kapiolani Park. Tho hens
wore confined togothor in a basket on
board ship, with the result that their
disputes over space left them rather
exhausted on arrival. Thoy seem to
bo healthy enough now, and, it is
hoped, will yield a progeny that will
make an attraction to llio park
ENTERTAINMENT AT SEA.
During tho voyage of the S. S,
Mariposa from San Frnncisco to this
port, a most enjoyable cntortain
ment was given on board, and was
highly enjoyed and appreciated by
tho passengers, Tho Purser, Mr.
Thos. Smith, and Mr. Altirwnn sticr
cecded in forming tho following pro?
gramme, viz. :
1. Piano Solo-Night Watch
Mr. EriiBt Altmann
2. Song My Own Fireside... Mr. Stofer
3. Duct O Fair Dove
Miss Taylor ami Mr. Hansen
4. Song Dreams Miss Atherton
fl. Piano tolo American Trhiinphal
March Mm. QrllllUi
0, Recitation Clareueo's Dream....
.. . . .Mr. Kozmlnsky
7. EonR-NanpyI.ee Mr Todd
8. Piano Solo-Nocturne,.... Miss Hart
0. Duct Jloina to Our Momitiilns....
..,...., Misses Taylor and Atherton
Several encores wero demanded
and responded to with extra songs,
Altogether it was shown jmw plea
santly and instructively evenings can
bo e'njoycrt on board ship in wid
ocean. Mr. "r. T. Green acted as
chairman, and votes of thanks were
unanimously accorded to Captain
Hayward.Mr. Kozminsky, tho chair
man), Mr. Smith, tho purser, and
Mr. Altmann for having been tho
means of affording such enjoyment
to the passengers.
NAVAL MEMORIAL WINDOWS.
A meeting of those interested in
memorial windows being placed in
St. Andrew's Cntlicdr.il to llio Into
Captain Nicotls of II. B. M. S. Cor
morant, and Captain Schonninakcr
and Paymaster Arms of the U. S. S.
Vnndalta, was held at the St. All
elic w's Sunday school-room Satur
day afternoon.' The Bishop of Ho
nolulu ptesided and Mr. Wrny Tay
lor was appointed secretary. The
Bishop, after calling the meeting to
order, stated briefly its object, in
woll chosen words.
Capt. II. W. Mist, R. N., pre
sented the following resolution:
Resolved, that a committee be ap
pointed willi instructions to invite
contributions for the purpose of
erecting a memorial window in St.
Andrew's Cathedral, in affcclloiititc
rcuicmbrnncc of the high regard find
esteem which is so generally felt to
ward tho memory of the late com
mander Jaspar E. T. Kicolls, nnd
report to the Bishop of Honolulu
as soon as they will have suc
ceeded in raising the required sum.
The resolution was seconded by
Mr. Henry Smith and adopted una
nimously. Tho following committee
was appointed : Rev. Alex. Mackin
tosh, Hon. A. S. Cleghornand Capt.
On motion of Mr. V. M. Swnnzy,
seconded by Rev". II. II. Goircn, the
committee was empowered to add to
its number if necessary for the pur
pose of raising a further sum of
$200 for the erection of ,a memorial
wittdow in remembrance of the lnte
Capt. C. M. Schoonniaker and Pay
master Anns of the U. S. Navy.
Capt. Mist read n letter from Ad
miral Kimbcrly, in which lie stated
that such manifestation of feeling
towards the late Captain and Pnj1
m.i8ler, was highly appreciated by
himself and officers, and he would
be glad to contribute.
THE S. S. HAWAII.
Tho steamer Del Norte, recently
purchased by the Wilder's Steam
ship Company and rc-named tho Ha
waii, took fire at the Oceanic Com
pany's dock, San Francisco, at 7
o'clock on the morning of November
15th. She was loaded with a gen
eral cargo of merchandise valued at
825,277, and was to have sailed for
the ; islands an hour after the fire
broke out. It was discovered by
somo deck bands who saw smoke
and steam coining up through the
hatchways. The decks were filled with
lumber and hay, which a large force
of men threw off as rapidly as pos
sible. The tugs Vigilance and Alert
went alongside and in a short time
had nine streams pouring into tho
vessel's hold. She was taken to the
mud flats, and there it was found
that the pumps had drowned the
fire. The work of pumping the wa
ter out was then begun and the ves
sel was finally towed back to the
dock. The damage is said to have
been almost entirely to the cargo.
lion. W. C. Wilder was on the
wharf at the time of the fire and
writes. that he thinks it was caused
by water from a leaking tank reach
ing some lime and slaking it. The
Hawaii was insured for S30,000 but
how much of the cargo was insured
he does not know. Mr. Wilder
thinks that it will take two weeks to
repair the damage.
Miss Eva Hart arrived on tho Ma
riposa from England, on a visit to
her sister, Mrs. L, J. Ljevey.
Alexauder McKinley, editor and
proprietor of tho Mclbourno Weekly
Punch, and L. J. Bryant, London
correspondent of the Sydney Tele
graph, were through passengers on
Mr. A. Marques returned on the
Mariposa looking exceedingly well
after an eighteen months' absence
in Europe. He will probably be
heard from later on.
Mrs. J. B. and Miss Atherton re
turned to their island liurqe benefit
ed by a chango of air.
Mr. J. Stciucr of the Elite Ice
Cream Parlors, who returned on the
Manposa, brought with him a wife.
Mr. J. L. Torbert, who wont to
the Coast in the interests of the Pa
cific Hardware Company, is back
again, and talking holiday goods.
Mr. and Mrs. Ileniy N. Castlo
and J. B. Castlo wore among the ar
rivals op tho mail steamer.
Mr. A. S. Hartwell, the well
known lawyer, has returned after
an absenco of three months. His
family remain in the East.
POLICE COURT PROCEEDINGS.
Alcana, for haying opium unlaw
fully in possession, was fined 8fi0
with otio hour's impiisouiHcnt at
Thirteen, drunks had to pay the
Tom Choug wns fined 80 with
$1.-10 coBts for furious nnd heedless
Leonard, for assault and battery
on Anc Ililo, was fined $11.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Band Concert at Emma Squuro, at
V, M. C. A. book-keeping clasn
Harmony Lodge No. 3 I. O. of O.
F. at 7; 30.
Lodge Lc l'rogrcs de l'Oceanlc at
Hawaiian Lodge No. 21 V. and A,
M. at 7:30.
Tub band gives its regular conceit
at Eniina Square this ovening,
The Koynl Hawaiian Band will
givo n public concert this evening
at Emma Square commencing at
at 7:30 o'clock. Following is the
Overture l.a Dame Blanche. .Boleldlru
Galop his (new) Paust
Chorus Tamihauser Wagner
Kcminlsrcnccs of llalfe ...Goiffipy
Kmt Lei, Onamin, l.llit Kal.
Fantasia A Night Alarm fjio.).Heoi'S
KehottUcht! Slightly on the Mash. Send
Cornet Polka Twol'o-Ullllons.WIehuid
Waltz Lelnut Sounds habltky
AUCTION SALES TO-MORROW.
11Y J. 1 MOIUIAX-
At 12 o'clAek noon, on the Inter
national Hotel premises, corner of
Hotel and Bethel streets, the two
story wooden buildings now occu
pied as a restaurant, also coral
blocks and building rocks.
A SET OP
1WLSK TEETH WITH
XX. Platp. A lltjorul
rewnrd will bo
given for lhuir return to this olllce.
LOST-SIX (0; IHUFTS OF II. P.
Baldwin, on Castle & Cooke, In
favor of Miss II. E. Carp'itcr, for llfiy
(?r0) each. These dralts were drawn
about Nov. 1, 18S9. ftrjuienl has buen
stopped. Keuirn to
111 lw CASTLE & COOKE
Uniteii States Lkoai ion 1
Honolulu, Nov. 2;t, 1880.
Picsidcnt Harrison having designated
TI1UKSD.YY, Nov. 28lh, as a day of
Thanksgiving, to be observed by the
citizens of the United States, tho under
si cried takes the liberty to suggest to nil
his countrymen and in others, in the
Hawaiian 'Kingdom, who wish to ex.
press their approval ot a venerated re
ligious custom, that thoy unite in duly
observing the uny set apart for return
ing thanks to the Divino Father for the
blessings he has bestowed on the Amer
ican people and thnso of other nations.
I am requested to say, tln-rc will be re
ligious services in Honolulu at thc'Kort
Street Church and at St. Andrew's Catu.
eilral, on the 'JSth, nt 11 a. m., nnd a cor
dial invitation la extended to tho public
to participate therein.
JOHN L. STEVENS,
4lltd U. 8 Minister Husldont.
Hawaiian Lodge, No. 21, F. & A. M.
THERE will be a meeting of
X waiian Lodgo No. 21, F. & A.
at its Hall, corner of Fort nnd Queen
streets, THIS (Monday) EVENING,
November 25th, 1880, at 7:110 o'clock, for
Work in the 2nd Degree.
Members of Lodgo le Frogres and all
sojourning brethren are fraternally In
vited to be presont.
By order of the "WV. M.
T. C. PORTER,
412 lt Secretary.
AFIRST-CL A.SS JAPANESE MALE
hoube servant, one who can cook
proporly. Apply at this "011100. 410 lw
ROOMS Furnished or unfurnished,
at No. 85 Emma street. No chil
dren. 410 lw"
DURING my temporary absenco from
this kingdom Mr. Paul U. Ibcu.
here will act for me iu all mattors of
business under full power of alttornoy.
410 31 E. It. MILES.
AS thelmdorsigncd is desirous of Bot
tling -up his affairs in order to
leave the country, all pcrnons indebted
to him arc hereby notified that all ac
counts not settled by tho 7th day of De.
cembcr, 18S9, will be put in the hands
of a collector and prompt action will bo
taken with tho same. AH accounts
against me should be presented imme
diately. W. II. PAGE.
Honolulu, Nov. 22, 188U. 412 lw
SEMI-ANNUAL meeting of tho
Board of Trustees of the Queen's
uugjMiiu will uu iiuiu mi itiukllill,
tho I2tli December, 18S9, at tho rooms
of tho Chamber of Commercci at 10
o'clock a. Ji, Amendment to tho By.
laws. Per oider.
F. A. SCIIAEFER,
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 1B89, 102 td
IlHwaUnn Sugar Company,
u l.Al ...111 l. 1...1.1 run Tnii5r.
NOTICE is hereby given that at a
meeting of tho stockholder of the
above named Company held in Hobo
lulu. Hawaiian IfdamW. on November
Und, lb'SO, lt was voted to accept tho
Charter of Incorporation granted by tho
Hawaiian Government, Nollco is fur.
ther given that the limit or paid charter
ia fifty years and the liability nf tho
stockholders limited to the amount duo
and unpaid on the share?, The follow,
ing onicers were elected for the ensulug
U. I Baldwin President,
G, W. MachrlDiie.., Vice-President,
J, A, Hopper , Bccretaiy,
E.M. Walsh Treiiyirer.
P. U, Jones..,,, Auditor,
And tho following were elected as
i j) rectors
II, 1. Baldwin.
C, R. Bishop,
O. N. Wilcov,
R, Cat ton.
Q. W. Macfarhme,
I. A. Hopper,
15. M. Walsh,
W. L. HOPPER,
Secretary pro turn.
Honolulu, Nov. 4, 1PEU. H05 lm.113 -It
HE WORKINQMAN'8 PAPER
"Tho Dally Bulletin." 00 cents
(Mil) Mlroail & Lit Co.
I?! M1Q U?A.13L12:
Trains will Ictvc Honolulu over ihe
Onliit Hallroad & hand Co. as follows:
i.r.wr. Honolulu :
I) .00 A
4:00 1-. i.
Attention, No. 2!
rpiIE MKMBKHS A.NI) VOLUN
X leers of Mechanic Engine Co., No.
2,aro hereby notified to meet at tho Bell
Tower in Full Dress Uniform on
THURSDAY, the i!Sth, inet.. at 10 a in.,
for the purpose ot housing tlie on trine of
Chinese Engine Co. No. 0, at their new
engine house. Per order,
E. H. RYAN,
Honolulu, Nov. 2?d. Forenmi,
1 800-S) 1
Notice is hereby Riven that the flrfct
biennial election (under Chapter 45
Statuto Laws of 1838) will bo held
On MONDAY, Dec. 2, 1889,
At the BII Tower.
For the purpose of Electing a Chief
Engineer and two Assistant "Engineers
for the said Fire Department.
fifiT Polls will be open at G r. si. and
close at 0 r. si.
403 td Secretary II. F. D.
NOW FOR SALE AT
Theo. H. Davies&Co.'s
Suitable for presents;
Dressing Cases, silver mounted;
Hand Bags & ValiseH,
China Dinner Set?,
China Tea Sets,
Fancy Majolica "Ware,
Fancy Work BaRketF,
Fancy Screens & Lamps,
Etc., Etc., Etc.,
Dolls! Bolls! Dolls!
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
An ImmcnDc Variety.
TOYS, Toys, TOYS.
Tin Toys, Drums,
Ioll Sets, Carte,
Musical Toy, Etc., Etc.
A Largo Assortment.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
Direct from Riphacl Tuck & Son,
nnd S. IUUk'Hheliner,
Per " Australia " choice braudx of
Cigars, : Cigarettes, : Tobaccos,
Anil Hiuoker'n Ai'llclen.
Aho, a larce astortment of GcnU',
Ladles' & Children's
OPINIONS - OF
New Free Tontine Policy
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OP THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
"Kioin the Nr.w Youic Timi:, .Timo 22, 1SS0.
Tho Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new form of
policy which, like"a bank draft, is a simple promise to pay without condi
tions on tho back.
From the Chicago Invkstioitok.
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to givo the public tin ni03t
advantageous contract in life insurance, the Equitable Life Assuranco So
ciety of New York hns, in the past, made niany advances on old methods
and has been the means to liberalize life assurance in a greater degree
perhaps, than any other organization. It is not at all surprising, there
fore, that this great company now comes before the people with a new
contract, the like ot which has not before been known in life insurance.
I'rnm the Kkmtitokv lU:um:n, Richmond, Ky., Juno 28, 1880.
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has, in the past, done more to
create and maintain confidence in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its business is larger than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it lias now taken u step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the character referred to out of the way. The result, undoubt
edly, will bo that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
in life assurance, will examine the. new policy offered by the Equitable,
ami assure their lives forthwith.
From the Boston Post.
This company has done more than any otlicr to simplify the assurance
contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assuranco.
From the Pacific UNiKitwntTi:it, San Francisco, July 1, 1839.J
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders nnd for its prompt settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot fail to enhance Its
reputation for enterprise and progressivenes-s in dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
JC6T For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWR1GHT,
8.10 lm General Agent for the Hawaiiau Islands.
W12rmO niul JEIOI.IDA.Y PRESENTS.
IJ. F. DILLINGHAM,
These Goods have iusC been
hih! arc being opened and placed
ns rapidly as possible.
I REG TO NOTIFY THE GENERAL PUBLIC THAT BY THE NEXT
STEAMER "AUSTRALIA" DUE HERE FRIDAY,
THE lOni, THE
ffi-60 : CASES : OF : GOODS !-
PERSONALLY SELECTED BY Mn. S. EIIRLTOII.
NEW NOVELTIES IN
DRY -:- GOODS,
Fancy Goods, Holiday Goods,
Toys of Every Description,
Boots and Shoes, Etc., &tc
gjtr SPECIAL ADVERTISEMENT
Black Simniidi Laco Flouncing, from $1 yard upward.
Black Oluuitilly Laco Flouncing! from $2 yard upward.
Ecru, Cream & Whito Oriental Flouncing, from flOotH yard upward.
Extra Heavy (new style) Oriental Flouncing, from $1.25 yurd upward.
Dress Nets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream & Black.
Full assortment of nil shades of Cashtuero, Moiree, Satin Si CiroA
Grain Ribbon. Velvet Rugs in nil sizes just received.
Best variety in Cumbrie, Swiss & NaiiiKOok Embroideries at
- THE - PRESS
.IAS. G. SPENCER, F.
Manager & Secrolary.
received from America and Europe,
on exhibition iu the Upstairs Art Room,
Read This !
WILL APPEAR NEXT WEEK TJT
Comer Hotel & Fort Htrcetw.
Department under tho management of MISS ' . fB
&C CO. ,.vl