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TUESDAY, JAN. II, 189(1.
Aniililp Mcroin."02 lnyV,frfliiiI New
ilp.NHr ' "V
Kelir Kaalokal ftnili T.nlultn.i
Uheilke for Muni iit ,, p in
Stun- V ft Hull for l.:iti:itn:t, M:i:il h-:i,
ICon:i. Kiii ami tin1 Volcano sii Id
o'clock il III
J-'tuir I'i'li! for Komi poiin nl tl u in
tftmi-Mlkahala for K'liijil at '1 i 111
HUnr Wiihilcalo for Kllaiuu ami- ll.iim-
' lcl nt n p in
Ktmr Kiuilafor Wnlnnnc nnil Wnlalua
Selir Kaulkcaoitll for Kanal
Sehr Jlary for llaiuilei
Solir Siii-iih ,V Elia for Koohut
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Am lk Matilda, Kueii-ton, for 1'inl
S!ir Wall-hit for Kaliukn, Oaliu
Kniwtiiilwaiil poiK per sltnr V (i
Hall, .Ian H hor Volrano: Mm .1 F
llciepalu, Alls KO llcaiis. For I .aim-"
Ina, Kan ami Komi: Col Sum Nonii,
Air Macunibi-r, .1 Yates, .MUs l'arkc,MIw
I. Moore, Mis I. I) Spi'iicer, Mrs K
,M (On miles? ami (10 ih-ek.
The Hawaiian Iron liaik Aniliew
Welch, Captain W II Mnmlon, airlveil
on Sunday, 43 ilays from Newcastle, N
S W, with i:W0 tons co.il for Mer W
(I liwln Ar Co. Hail pleauiut weather
tin- imi tire trip. The Andrew Welch N
l anchor In tin; ticain.
'J hi- Aniciicaii "lilp Merotn m lived
this afternoon 0-J ilajs from New ensile,
N S V., with '1,70(1 tons coal for Mcsrt
Wilder & Co. The Meroin Is anchored
In I he stream
The steamer I.ehmi eninc off (In- Ma
iliiu Hallway to-day.
Tht- steamer Kin.ui will in rive to
morrow. The, tern Fred K Sanders has heen
moved to the 1'nulllo Mall whaif to
llnlsh unloading her cargo of coal.
The lirigantlne W (i Jl win Mulshed
ilUchargtnx cargo this 'morning, and
was hauled on the Marine Hallway to
he cleaned and rccopper-paiiited.
The schooner aleliti brought USS
bags rice, from Kauai yesterday. She
will take a load of ohla railroad ties to
morrow to Kahukii, ou thu other Mile,
of this island.
The Cieiman baik .7 C I'llugcr will
llnlsli unloading cargo in a few days,
fche. has already commenced lecelvlng
Migar for San Francisco.
The bark Matilda, Captain Swnnson,
leaves to-morrow in ballast for l'uget
MAY In this city. .Tan.
.May, foii of Frank
mouths, 24 days.
May, aged 8
Geo. W. Do
Ci. A. R., at 7: .'50
Kxcelslor Lodge No. 1, I. (). O.
F., at 7:30.
Meeting Co. li Honolulu Killea, at
Court Lurialilo, No.- CCOO'A. O.
F., at 7:30. '.
Boston Specialty ' Co. , Opera
House, at 8.
Kulglita Game of Ituv f ope.
While (Honolulu) ABlacl; Kilauca, K.)
Rent cli Gambit.
While (Kllauea, K.) UlaeU (Honolulu)
lfi. II KIM ' 15. CastleR QR.
Kauai lias thu move.
THE EWA SUGAR PLANTATION.
Ground has actually been broken
for the projected Ewa sugar planta
tion. The company lias not yet
been chartered,' but arrangements
are under way to that end. It will
probably be called the Ewa Planta
tion Co., and the capital stock will
he 8500,000 in 5,000 shares at $100.
From 875,000 to 8100,000 of the
qtqck; will he reserved for small in
vestors, in from one to ten shares,
thu tuajor pait being mainly held by
members of the firm of Castle &
Cooke. This reservation removes
thu ground of compjaint .sometimes
beard, that persons of small surplus
means have little chance of 'invest
ing iu the chief industry of the
country. The plantation will com
prise from' ,0l0 to 3,000 acres,
covering all the lower lands of "Ha
lioulitili, or that portion below thu
JAO feet level, being part of the
colonization areas secured ou long
leases by the Oaliu Railway ami
hand Co. Water for irrigation will
be obtained by pumping, from arte
sian wells that are about to be sunk
on the property. Our reporter
would thank Mr. E. D. Tenney of
the llrm above-named, for readily
according the foregoing information
when questioned regarding the aus
There were four fines imposed for
drunkenness in the Police Court this
morning. Ah Pong had $4.10 to
pay for swearing like a Irpoper'at a.
Hoccinap, Hpji wa coin'uiitteil for
trjal ol'the Juiprehie 'Court, for em
belemcnt y fraudulently dispos
ing of a sow, value $20, the projiT
t-rty of Jos. Aea. John Drcwstor
and Edward O'llrien, sailors ou tho
U. S. S. Mohican and tho brig W.
U. Irwjii. respectively, wer each
sentenceu' to pay $101 and be
Imprisoned 24 hours, for having
opium unlawfully iu possession.
Otto Gref was lined 10 including
costs for violation of carriage regulations,
wnaim m 1 itin 111 ciwm ;!
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS.
Boston' Specialty Company to
night. Tiik iiiiiifil on tliobody of Chan
Iliiiisinatiti is in adjournment.
Mn. Morgan itilvei lies mi inipoit
ant Halt-of loal (nluU- for S.ittiulti.i
VorniiH to n-ciiiu their piivileges
ouglil lo pay iittciilion to tin- notices
of legiMiulijn appealing fioin day
W'ATKI! lale pajt-is mo rciuiiuleil
tlmt after ii-mii low unpaid raleu
will In- subject loan iiddilion of ten
A Hi-KOIAI. meeting of Iho TiuMcck
of tin- (Jueen'.s Hospital, for import
ant hiiHiiicss, is called for 10 o'clock
Ot'Vtf'RiiK for tin- ensuing yeai will
bis iiiMfnlleil at the nionllilv meeting
of Geo. W. de Long I'ost, '(I. A. 1,
Mil. W. C. Peacock's new building
at Niiiiaiiu utfil Merchant MrcctN ba.s
reached the oinaiin-iital coiuico in
Tiik ladies of the Catholic linnevo
lenl. Society aie. piepaiiug for a fair
to ho held at the Ai ion Hall on
Tliiu.sday, Jan. liOth.
Swi'iu: copies of this wcek'n Hi'i.
i.ktin St'MMAitv nearly Ihiily-lwo
coluiniis of reading matter for the
foieigu mail on Fiiday.
Ti:ksonh thinking about iiisiiiing
their liveH will lind food for thought
in Mr. Cirtwiigbl's new aiheilise
uienl of Iho Kijuitahk-.
Gtvr. jiolitics a truce to-niglit and
have a hearty laugh at the Opeia
Hoiihc, whet is tho llosdon Specially
Company will make fun for tho live
Tiik Refoini Party's convent ion
for the nomination of Nobles foi this
island ia an nou need to meet to-morrow
afternoon at one o'clock, in
Ai ion Hall adjoining the Hawaiian
Conthactoks are figuring on the
building lo be erected by Mr. V. It.
Chilton nt Fort and King stieels,
which will complete a series of hand
some new buildings from Meieliunt
to King tdrcets, on the Ewa .side, all
put up within three year.
Mn. Wray Taylor, organist of St.
'Andrew's Cathedral and Kaumnka
pili Church, hIbo one of the "blow
eis" of tho "Government oigan" (P.
C. A.), has received from England
the insignia of his degree of F. C. C.
G., consisting of a gorgeous sash of
crimson coided silk tiiiumed with
ermine. When our "Fellow of tho
Chinch Choir Guild" comes out ou
Sunday arrayed in this magnificent
regalia over a sacerdotal gown, be
will be too distinguished to bo named
the sumo day even with an "Hon."
handlcd Noble for Maui.
Mr. Justice McCtilly in sentencing
II. G. Stebbins on his plea of guilty
to gross cheat, j'esterday afternoon,
referred to defendant's statement
that lie had been in respectable em
ployment in the States, as a com
mercial traveller and a bank clerk ;
that ho had been going round the
saloons here, and would not have
done what he had if he had been in
his right senses ; that it was first
brought to his knowledge when he
was arrested ; that ho was willing to
do anything to redeem himself, and
had firmly made up his mind not to
touch another drop of liquor.
His Honor, ou rcllection and con
sideration, had concluded to give
defendant an opportunity to retrieve
his character, and would make the
penalty a line, not imprisonment,
taking largely into consideration the
fact that the man who accepted and
cashed the check was almost a par
ticepscriminis with the defendant,
as he might have seen defendant
was in no lit condition to make a
check, that it was such a check as
one would not be likely to draw,
and that another indictment was
pending against dofendant for for
gery. The sentence of thu Court
was that defendant be lined 850
Mr. Justine McCully again presid
ed at term this morning. In thu
submitted case of Ah Hoy vs. Police
Captain Larsen, a foreign jury, by
instruction of the Couit, rendered a
verdict for the defendant. Magoon
for plaintiff ; Deputy Attorney-General
Peterson for defendant.
licforc Chief Justice Judd, at
chambers, it was ordered that let
ters of guardianship of tho person
and estate of Patrick Gleason, a
minor, be issued to Rev. Father Syl
vester, petitioner, and that t,le mat
ter of giving bond bo dofevred until
the iiiiincr orcier or me lourt. v.
O. Smith for petitioner, and the lat
ter in person.
Hcfore Mr. Justice llir-kerton, qii
the petition of Cecil Rio.yn, tie will
of Cleorgo F. ifoliiie's, of Kohala,
Hawaii, pecesed'testate, was order
ed, t'p lie 'admitted tq probate, and
letters testamentary to !P issued, to
Godfrey Drown under $50,000 bond,
and he to file Inventory and give no
tice to creditors.
I7ANS of Humoa, Micronesia and
: Hawaii, and a lot of Curios, HlulU,
Corulc. Clubs, Spears, Etc
for mile at
the Kltto Ice Creum Parlors,
PAPER to subscribe
X for Is the "Dully
ami pur lunnlh.
DAILY BULLiETJSh HONOLULU, II. 1.,
DISTRICT REFORM MEETINGS.
.VnmliinttnnNnr IteiirrHeMtntlvi'H nml
Yesterday evening nu-cliiigs of all
tliu District Reform Clubs wore held
at tholr respective heailquarlers, to
nominate candidates for Representa
tives,, mid' elect delegates to thu
convention for nominating candi
dates for Nubles. 'i'ln1 U'siills ap
pear below :
Hon. A. Young, chairman, Clias,
T. Wilder, sccu-l'iry. Hoil. Cecil
I! row 1 1 was nominated as tin- caiuli
date for lJepri'sentativ-. The fol
lowing delegates were eleoted :
Thos. J. King, A. Brown, S. li.
Hose, H. K. Katnaka, S. Mahclona,
W. G. Ashley, E. S. Cimlia, Robt.
Lishman, Clias. T. Wilder and Geo.
P. Castle. A speech was made by
"Hon. Cecil Itrowu in accepting the
Mr. I!. .1. (Iieeuo, chairman (in
place of Mr. J. II. Paly, resigned);
Mr. II. Hongs, secretary. Mr.
S. K. Kane was nominated as thu
candidate for Representative. Fol
lowing are the delegates elected to
tho Convention: It. J. Greene, II.
von Holt, Henry Waterliouse, W. O.
Smith, J. A. M. -Osorio, W. II.
Hongs, M. Molnerny, John Cassidy,
James Kaulia and W. Iv. Aw'ihi.
Mr. James F. Morgan, chairman ;
Mr. 1). II. Lewis, tiding secretary.
Mr. M. A. Gonsalves was unani
mously nominated as candidate for
Representative, rollowing are the
delegates to the Convention: J. F.
Morgan, Julius Asclie, E. G. Scliu
inan. W. F. Allen, J. N. Nalua, T.
Wright, J. W. McDonald, John Ke
aloha, W. E. Ilerriek and J. F.
Mr. Geo. W. Smith, chairman;
Mr. T. C. Potter, sccrotaiy. Mr.
James F. Morgan was unanimously
nominated for Representative. The
following delegates were elected : 1).
Wniwaiolc, George W. Smith, J.
IF. Fisher, W. A. Kinney, L. C.
Abies, T. C. Porter, S. M. Kaaukai
and L. Adler.
Mr. II. S. Townsend, chairman ;
Mr. J. J. Lecker, secretary. Mr.
W. C. Achi was nominated for Re
presentative. Dclegutes were elect
ed as follow: W. 11. Oleson, J.
Emtnelulh, A. FernaHdez, J. Alapai,
C. Hammer. Names of supposed
eligible candidates for Nobles to be
supported by the ward delegation
weie written on the blackboard, and
the meeting's preference was shown
in the order given below: J. ' I.
Dowsett, Sr., W. O. Smith, 'M. P.
Robinson, W. C. Wilder, R. l.ish
man, 15. F. Dillingham, Sam. Ma
heloua, R. Halstead, J. Emmcluth,
E. S. Cunha, Thos. J. King, R. ' J.
Greene. The names of John F.
Colbum, J. Alapai and R. W. Wil
cox were dropped.
Mr. Emtnelulh said that in a pre
vious speech it was the Asiatics he
meant as the class to be guarded
against. It it were not for Asiatic
competition he could put ten men
in his shop where now he had two.
Their delegates should go into the
convention pledged to secure such
legislation as would be beneficial to
the people. There were things in
the administration of the past two
years which called to mind the old
regime. He referred, as an instance,
to the composition, of the police de
partment, where there were more
strangers than would be tolerated iu
any other country. Also, to the
man put at the head of the prison,
who spent his time driving round in
a carriage and bartering horses.
Mr. Hammer said if he had met
Mr. Emmeluth after his previous
speech, one would have had to take
a licking from the other. They
ought to go iu to win.
Mr. Oleson urged on that club to
concentrate its etforts on electing
Charlie Achi to represent the dis
trict. The whole city organization
would look alter the Nobles.
LARGE OPIUM CATCH,
A big hau,) of opium was made
from the bottom of tho harbor, at
the bow of the S. S. Australia, to-
h day. It consisted of six large cases,
each containing twenty tins, making
l'2i) tins altogether. Two native
Custom House guards saw the stock
dropped in the water from tho
steamer last night, the manipulators
being seated at the approach of a
boat letting go the rope attached to
the goods. The guards watched all
night to catch anybody who might
come to llsli the packages out,, but
nobody cotidng they had Iho contra
hand, stuff recovered for the benelll
of the Government.
FIELD DAY FOR, INVESTORS.
Tlio large and important bale of
real estate of the International Ho
tel property has been postponed by
Auctioneer Morgan from .Saturday,
,an. 1.8th, to Saturday, Jan. a.rt)i,
oil wliioli laltor date Mr. Morgan
has Instructions to sell some valua
ble, dividend paying and other
plantation stocks, ai well us Gov
ernment bonds, and mercantile
stocks. This will ho a field day for
investors, trustees, and speculators,
and the valuable city property and
slooka to be sold, will doubtless at
tract a large crowd. An opportun
ity is also given thoso on the other
Islands to invest.
POLITICS ON MAUI.
EuiToit Bui.uvris: The anony
mous edilof of the Hawaiian Gazelle
is cxlreniely exhilaiated, because
the Minister of Interior published
the famous Sect. 102 of the Eleetiou
Law in the same.lsstte at. my corres
pondence lo you in regatdtoGov
ernnient.olllCors in politics appealed.
The reason why said publication
took place is not unknown even to
Maul people. Not a word is naiil,
though. In answer to my icmaiks
iu icgard lo the appointment ol the
Inspectors of Election. These a p.
poiiilmeuls an- made not alone con
triiiy lo the spirit, but also.coulraiy
to liie wordingof the law. A Inanl
consisting of Mr. Ross, the head
lunajof Spreckelsvillo, Mr. Wilder,
the boss iu Kahitlui, and, Mr. Moss
man, the Collector of Customs, is
only made for tho puiposc of inti
midating the workingincii in Sprcck
elsvillu and Kahuliii. This little
dodge may not provu stiu-cssful,
anyhow. There is fortunately a veiy
independent spirit ruling in the ot
eis this lime. It is lidiculous to
heir the great Reform men ol '87
curse the day that they gave Un
franchise to tho Portuguese. This
nationality cannot be handled as
easily as at the last election.
The ticket for Nobles representing
the National Reform Party fqr Maui
consists of the following names:
W. II. Daniels,
O. O. Merger,
The two lastiiamed gentlemen aie
not lesidents of Maui, but have been
requested to represent this island.
Mr. Merger is the son-in-law of the
kauiaaina on Maui, Mr. Widcmaiiii.
His interests and views are so nearly
connected with those of Mr. Wide
maun, that we all feel assured that
he will prove himself a most desir
able representative for the inlcrcsl&
Mr. Logan is, as one of the edit
ors of the most popular newspaper
in the country, well known lo most
of the voters through his writings.
His nomination gives general satis
faction, and wc arc confident that
he will as a legislator provo himself
a staunch and able friend of the
workingmen. The men who before
elected for Maui W. It. Castle,
Widetnann, and Kawaiuui, are ridi
culing the idea of having Honolulu
residents on our ticket. There is
plenty able and good men in the
National Reform Party on Maui, but
financial circumstances prevent
nearly everybody from sacrificing
time and money to serve the coun
try as legislators. It is an absurd
ity that the men who make the laws
are not paid enough to enable them
to leave their business for a few
mouths for the welfare of the coun
try. The Representatives for the
different districts supported by the
National Reform Party are :
Wailuku John W. Kalua and L.
W. P. Kanealii.
Lahaina J. Nazareta.
liana P. Kamai.
Molokai A. P. Kapachaole.
For Makawao the Party intend
ed to support Mr. W. II. Halstead,
but as this gentleman is reported to
have become quite suddenly a
Baldwin man, the Party has lost in
let est in him. We hope that all
voters in sympathy with the Mecha
nics' and Workingmcn's Union and
with the Ilui Kalaiaina will do all in
their power to elect the men above
mentioned. Tho Government No
bles and their runners arc worrying
because they cannot spend their
money in bribery this time, without
exposing themselves to the arm of
I ought to acknowledge tho let
ters in the Uui.i.ktik from Messis
Heincraann and Noble. Oh, dear!
what a tenible shock to our Parly to
have lost the gallant Captain's sup- J
port., x nope uoiu inu gcutiutcii win
be rewarded for so cruelly hitting us
in print, if not here then in the
THE RINC RULE,
EniTou Hui.i.ktin; Hecause the
Mechanics' Union aiid National He
form Party have adopted a plain,
consistent, clean-cut Declaration of
Principles, so far superior to the
Cabinet's platform, the organ is out
of tunc. It seems to claim to have
patented, pre-empted and copyilghl
cd the Golden Kule, that its sup
porters might suppress nil but the
llrst half. Tho managers of "He
form" are willing to "do Unto
That parly is ring, primary, con
vention, but the greatest of thuse. Is
ring. The conventions uro oigan
i.ed beforehand no discussions al
lowed or at least encouraged, the
presiding olllccr orders the prepared
list adopted by accUmaliou even if
he be one of the nominees himself.
Hut there is one thing would be
safe ( wqgpr, some of the Kc(onn
candidates if elected will stand
by the "Declaration of Principles"
instead of the Ministers' Platform.
' ' t- . 'I IIW' I I'll i i in
OUH15 to lent nt No. 31
BoritHinu hlreul, he
Ate i-ort ami Miiuniui
Apply "31 Beretanla Sintt."
NEAV ZEALAND MULLET
IN one pound linn, is a delicacy that
ia hvcniiiitiK very popular. The
bolu auriilH urn
J. E, IlltOW'.V A C)
A HI iv Alcichatit Etitvt.
JANUARY U, ISflO.
&0 A LOOK!
'IMlKabove amount will he paid for
I i. lmtl l ii m hiv ill "li'lr. kill r. A'.
JFiirni,' (Published in Jersey 'lty, I
N. .1 ), for .lime, lds.
ttr In i
ASI'KCIAL muting r-f thu Hoard of
Tiusteesof tic Queen's Hospital
Will he held nt the Itnoni nt the ( liniti
her of I'liiiitueii e, on WKIiVKrillA Y,
the Kith iiiKtint, at 10 o'clock A. M.
Iluduev of iiiipiiilaiice. I'l-ronler.
Honolulu .Ian. 14, 1Hs!. iUl It
A Convcitltyn' 6f the
For Hid NiJmhfAtlon of
9 Nobles for the Island of Oaliu
Thtee for SU YehrKThrce for Four
Years and Thiee for Two Yeirs, ami
for the transaction of oilier liiislnos
pertaining tlictelo will ineei ut
On the Ewa shieof the (loveriuucnl
WEDNESDAY, January 15tli,
AT I U'4'I.O'l I. M.
II. M.Yov HOI.T,
i ClKiInn in.
, P. Aiu.r.s,
t.. .i. i.nvr.r,
Tremendous applaii'e mid shouts o
laughter greet the tlrM per
FRANK M. CLARK'S
Boston Specialty Co.
tSTTiif. (SitNRiui. VKiintrr The best
Combination that hu9 ever visilid the
Tuesday Evening, Jan. 14tli
OUR NEXT EHTBRTA1HMKHT!
Willi an Knllro Change'of I'logratiime
Iroin begiuniifg'to vtnl. Kveiy.
Refined ! fjeat ! ' Artistic !
tW He plan for reserved seats now
open at h. .1. Levey's olllee. -151 2t
General Election; of 1890 !
I-'OU NOHLKS Island or (Hue.
11. A. WIDEMANN,
.JOHN A. CUMMINS,
K. O. MACFAKLANi:,
II. (I. CHABBE.
(J. J. McCABTHV,
.1. S. WALKEU,
1). W. PUA.
FOB HEPBESENTATIVES Dm
1UICT OI'KO.VA, Oaiii'.
WAtii) 1 .T.( E. BUSH.
Waki) 2 W. II. .CUMMINdS.
WaiidI T. H. LUOAK.
WAKiifi B. W. WILCOX.
JUST THE THING !
ty Haiaplcii fmoat
all l.tudlni; Uro
MITGII13LL & l'ETEKSON,
AA$ S. h Agi'iiU. ll'-'l
intf iBi'Jknni;i'i.igoffifc ftmuaMtmmnrimtm
! Views of the
The Kqiiilable shows llgnrcs equal to those of
sheets of some very respcetahle-sitfcd State. The
The IC(iiitable Life Assiuance Society Is a colossal institution. It i
unique iu its position and marvelous in its tecoul. II. occupies the highest
place among kindled institutions. The liish Insurance ltauking-nud
l-'iiiaiicial .Journal. .
i i $ i
It is no use disguising the fact that the Kquitable holds a remarkable
position among tho lusuranco olllces of the World. It does a'largcr busi
ness, holds a larger surplus and give si bettor contract than any other
company. f Leamington Spa Courier.
With the. pitiful system of state instiiance in Germany compare what
is done by some of the great private Assnranco Companies, by the grcatest
nf them all, for instance, the Kquitable. Life Assiuance Society of the United
States. Dublin Lyceum.
Tho largest, of American Life Olllces and therefore the largest iu the
World is Hie Kquitable Life Assurance Society of the I'. S. f Kairplay of
The olllce that has done the most iu promoting safe and liberal Life
Insurance! is lite Kquitable Life Assurance Society of the U. S. London,
Society. . ....-
Xcw business iu 188l..'. 17.',000,000H)(f i
Income for 188tl .' .l(i,000,000 0(7.1
Surplus L2,.)00,000 00
General Aent for the Hawaiian Islands, Kquitable Life
of the I.'. S.
Shipping & Commission Merchants,
PLANTATION & INSURANCE AGENTS,
Builders' and General Hardware, Agricultural Implements,
HOUSE FURNISHING GOODS
Kitchen Utcu.sild, Paints, Oils,
Ooiiei'n-1 3Vrevclin.il lie.
Blake's Steam Pumps, Weston's Centrifugals,
Wilcox & Glbbs, & Remington Sewing Machines,
Dr. Jayne & Sons Family Medicines.
This Space is Reserved
LEADING MILLINERY HOUSE
.Moliimiiy lllnclc, '. 71 I'livl Mtri-ot.
IMPORTERS OF' '
French, Eusilisli anil American Dry and Fancy Goods;
CHILDREN'S CLOTHING, FURNISHING GOODS, ETC.
FULL LINE OF HOLIDAY GOODS
Kid Gloves, Diiiwil Dye Block Hose in Ribbed l Plain.
Pacific Hardware Co., L'd,
Hardware, Agricultural Implements, House Furnishing Good?,
Feneu Wire, Black
lllack Staples Sjiociiil Quality Fenco 8taplen.
NEW GOODS ! 1 &- NEW GOODS !
In all lines ly lain arrivals. Agenls for
UitblH-r CJavdon Hose, Wire Ilouml Hose, Stoum.IfuHO,
or vkiiv Htn-r.uioK yiiAUTV. f -
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., (LV),
II. F. Dll.I.INdllAM, .1. (J. Kl'KNOKIC, F. L. WlNTKII,
jiin-li'lHI rresiilent. Manager it Seeretary. TreaHiirer
1r.ltriONB having Cases ami Roltli-a
hclnnging tu the Crystal Soils
Works uro respectfully mUC9lcil to
notiry Ha- "WnrUt" either by Telephone
in l'nrtttil CmmI. 1B Iw
the national balance
Insinance World of
Maehiiiiatu' A l'lunibei' Tor.ln,
Vainirthc.s, Lamp Ooodn and
-A NEW INVOICE OF -
& Cutlery, Just at Hand;
Steol Fence. Wire, Galvanizwl Slaiilec
MRS. OSBORNE is now prepared to
give instructions in- Fancy Work.
ut "Tim Arlington," Room' 6.1 C1&
Lesson a i Mondays, WulneftfUyi anil
Krlihiys. Private Icsboux hy scUl
arrangeiiiniit. Bluniping aud orders
pioiuplly uttcuiliil ti. 1W U