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TUESDAY, JULY 3, 18'JO.
'0A11U RAILWAY & LAKD
' TIME TABLE !
Loavo Honolulu u too
Aii'lvo Mnnuna 9: IS
Leave Mamma 11 :00
Arrive Honolulu 11:43
A. Mi 1'. Mi
Leave Honolulu... 0:30 P.M80
ArtlvoMnuana.... 10:18 1:18
Leave Mamma.... 11:00 1:41
Airlvo Honolulu... 11:48 3i'Jl
Stmr W Q Hull frnin Maul and Hawaii
Schr Luku horn Kohala
HUMS Acorn, Geo N A Pvllard, for a
Sunr Lehua for Nun and Hnkalnu at C
Stmr Jas Makec lor ICapaa nt 5 p m
Stmr Mlkalmla for Kauai at B p m
BtmrHkolike for Maul at 5 n in
' VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
StmrlCalmlloa for Hnuamnulu ami Na
villwlll at fi p in ,
Belli- Sni nh & Eliza for ICoolau
Am bk Ceylon, R Calhoun, for San
Gerbk G X Wilcox, Rasch, for San
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Mile Mollis OPO bgs rice from Koolau.
FOREICrl VESSELS IN PORT.
USPS Charleston, Renr-Adinhal Geo
Brown, fiom San Kiaiichco
U S Slpsle MeOmley, from Hllo
17 S S Iioquols, BUhop, from Sau Fran
cisco Am miss packet Morning Stir, G F
Garland, from Smith Sua Islands
Am bkt V It Dimoud, E P Drew, fiom
Nor ship Tbor, W E Stcincit, from
Am bk Ophir from Newcastle, NSW
4-mstd schr Oigu, Rodin, from San
Am bgtne W G Irwin, J E McCulloch,
fiom Sau Francisco
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
Br ship Blengfield sailed fiom LLver
, pool Apr 18, due Aug 24
-'Ger bk Adouis from Bieiucn
Ger hk Faust, fiom New Yoik via Bra
zil BkUucle John, from Newcastle, due
Or bk Bilker from Loudon, sailed Apr
45, due Aug 23
Am bk Alden Bcsse. Howmd, from San
Fianeisco (forlCauululJ, due Juno
Bk O D Bi yant, Jacobscn, from San
Francisco due July 13
Bk- Forest Queen, hiding, from San
Fr ineiseo due July 18
Bk Ladj' Lampson,boUergrcn, from Snn
Francisco due July 21
4-mstd schr Robeit Lew era, l'cnhnllow,
from San Fianeisco due July 19
Tern W S Bowne, Bluhm, from San
Francisco due atMnhukniia July 10
Brbk Get van from Llvcipool, sailed
May 10, due Sept 15-30
Haw S bClaudlno fiom Glasgow
The barT9 Ceylon and Geo N Wilcox
will both bail to-mouow with full car
goes of sugar for San Francisco.
The blcttie W II Dhnond will sail on
Thursday at noon for San Francisco.
The Morning Star will sail for tho
South Sea Islauds on Filday.
'1 he schr O ga is uuloadlug caigo near
3AK rttANClSCO SHIPPING NEWS.
Anivals lunelO. bktO C runk. 22
dajs from Honolulu; June 24. U S S
Adams, In days from Honolulu; June
24, tern Win ltcntou, 23 dajs from Ku
hulul; June 25, bkt Irmgaid, 25 days
Irom Honolulu ; Juno 25, suhr Puiitan,
s!S daya fiom Hllo; June 20, bk Alex
McNeil, 20 days from Honolulu; June
2il, bkt Kllkltat, 20 days from Kahulnt;
Juno 26, bgtno Consuelo, 1C days fiom
Departmes Juno 25, tern W S now ne
for Muhukoua; June 27, bk C D Bryant
Projected Departmes July 18, S S
Austialla: bk 1'orest Queen, bkt Iim
gird, bk Lidy Lampoon, tchr Robert
Lewers; all for Honolulu.
Auckland, June 21 Anlved, S S
Zeiilandla from. Horn lulu.
Manila, June 8 Anlved, bk John D
SrdKEN Muy 27, lat 1.47 N. Ion 27
W, Br ship Blcugflold, fiom Liverpool
CAMPBELL-RHODES -- At St Am
rlicw's Cathedral, Honolulu, July
6th, bv the Rev. Alex. Mackintosh,
Dugafd Campbell, M. B. & C. M.,
Glasgow TJnivtielty, of An on,
Scotland, to Mabel bloncy, daugh
ter of Henry Rhodes, VlutoiU, B.C.
Tlio band of St. Louis College
will give a concert on Monday, July
!), at 2:80 p. in. Following is tho
March Our Boys Anschnctz
Oveituro Mignonette Beyer
Gavotte The Dream Casey
Selection 11 Tro vatoi o .... r. ..... Verdi
o..., J Ucautlful River Heath
Bongs Medley Quaitctto White
BchottlRchc I'll Painlyzo tho Man
that says "McQlnty" Makle
Waltzes -Blue Alsatlau Mountulus
Polouaise Faro well , , Eberhai l
Galop -Jlelter Skelter Faust
rrHE WEKuY"bULLETI N-
X. SdcnluuiDB, pmcly local matici -Mailed
to lorcigu countrifi, 3 per
LOCAL & GENERAL HEWS, .
A mass meeting of Hie National
Ref&nn parly i be held at Piilnce
gquaro, ut 7 :30 o'clock, this evening
. M- ., . - - -
'Mno M.J. Ruino, phologiaphei,
look photOKiftphs of the Oliiitlcsluu
ill ess- parade nt
Palace Sq-iiiro Ihii
Mn. Jas. F. Moigan will hold I wo
auction sides on Thursday next.
JKoad tlio advertisements, niitl Irani
Messrs. II. Huckfeld & Co wiP
Jiold n ciodlt talc, beginning onMon
dny, July 1-lth. Mr. Moignn is the
Tun regular monthly
the 8t. Andrew's Chmch
bo held this evening at the Sunday
school room at 7 :30.
Mn. W. Clapper lias acsumed tlio
management of the Woodlnwn Daiiy
and Stool: Co., Mr. John Gmoe hav
ing rcMgntd that position.
T Jin (x. N. Wilcox will tail foi Han
Francisco to-morrow morning. She
will carry a mail, which will close at
tlio Post Olllcc nt 8 o'clock.
A MEETiKO of the Strangers' Friend
Society will be held at 3:80 p m. to
morion', in tlio parlor of the Y. M.
O, A. hall, A full attendance is de
sired. Invitations aie being issued foi
tlio Royal School Jubilee, to come off
on Saturday afternoon, July 12th,
1890, at 1 o'clock. 0er three bun
dled invitations will bo sent out.
The Bulletin Weekly Suhmahy
out to-day contains Fourth of July
events, full Legislatuie proceedings,
funeral and sketch of life of R. W.
Lninc, the bargo race, and u great va
liety of other local inlelligunce.
At the sale of fancy niticlea at
Queen 13m mn hall Fiiday afternoon,
Miss Stevens will take chaigo of the
candy table, Miss N. Stevens the
Ing 'table, Miss Kate Giey, flower
tablo; Mrs. Ifnulelea and Mrs. Sain.
Parker tho fancy table. Tlio pale
will bo from 1 to G o'clock p. in. Tho
band will bo in attendance,
Mauisice Ducot, 3S Ruo rlc Pcsac,
Bouleaux, France, is i collector of
stamps, and offers piizus for collec
tions sent him. Tho bender of 500
stamps is entitled to a miniature
Eiffel tower. Tho tower is sent in
parts, in an envelope, through post,
with instructions for putting together.
A sample tower may bo seen at tho
Mn. Duncan McGregor, a native of
Scotland and a resident of these isl
ands for four years, died yesterday,
of inflammation of the lungs, after a.
week's illneps, and was buried this
afternoon, lie was a member of the
Fiio Department, and the depart
ment attended the funeral. Tho
Hawaiian band led tho procession
with appropriate music.
The marines and blue-jackets of
tho U. S. F. S. Charleston, tho entiio
foi co of tho ship, about three or four
hundred, headed by their band and
drum corps, marched up Foit street,
shortly after 10 o'clock this morning,
and along Queen stieet to Richuids,
then up to Palace Square. Reaching
the square they marched in fouis.and
passed tho King, who was in Mr.
Nacayama's "lookout." A dress
parade was performed und the mau
uel of arms was executed in a credil
ablo manner. After a few evolutions
by foifrs and in platoons tho band
struck a homeward march to the dis
appointment of many who had just
arrived. His Majesty was received
with tlio national anthem by the band.
Members of the Cabinet and tho
Legislature weie out in force.
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Excelsior Lodge S'o. 1, I. O.
F., nt 7:30.
Drill Co. B Honolulu Rides, at
Mclncrny Hali, at -7: SO.
Drill Co. C Honolulu Rilles,
Court Lunalilo, No, G600 A. O.
F at 7:30.
Ceo. W. Do Long Post No. 4.0
G. A. R., at 7:30.
Opera House, "Our Strategists,"
Mass meeting at Palace Square,
at 7 :30.
Meeting of Committee
rancemculs of Co. A, II. V
Rifles Armory, at 7:30.
Moulhly meeting St. Andrew's
Church Union, Cathedral school
THAT SAD ACCIDENT.
The sad and fatal accident to
Mrs. II. N. Castlo, which occurred
yesterday afternoon nud was briefly
alluded to in yesterday's issue, ap
pears to have occurred in this way :
Mrd. Castlo was intending to come
into tow ii, aud stepped into her
brako, at her residence, Wuikiki,
for that purpose. No sooner had
she got into the brako than the horse
made a bolt, still in tho inclosuro
surrounding tho residence. Mrs.
Castle was thrown violently out, and
died within an hour fiom the inju
ries icceivcd. Tho unfortunate lady
had been married about ono year,
aud camo from her home in Ger
many to rosido hero about bIx
months ago. A few weeks only had
sho been the mother of a darling
babe. Everybody wiio had mode
ller acquaintance during her short
life iu Honolulu spoke nothing but
good of her while sho was here, and
laments her early depaituro to tho
unseen world. Tho bereaved ones
have the deep sympathy of many
eorrowful heart9, with whom wo of
(ho Bulletin sndly unite,
13A1LX' WULLlfi'i'lJjI: JUOJMOJLU.LU, 11. 1.,
: tfgyy wvrj
Otm.'itjN ii r Commit for Molttcra of
Sn Fuam-islo, .Tunc 2.
MOSTHI.V S1I.AJI SLltYIt 1. 10 XAIUTIi
The offer of the Oceanic Company
to otnblisti n monthly steamship
ocivicc betweou Honolulu nml Ta
hiti, to connect ii h ity main line of
HtcimcAH, has been accepted by the
Tahitiun authorities, and the diatt
contrntt Ji'is Iil'cii lorn aided to
San Fianeisco fur (.on-.idcralion and
nuceplnucu. There can be no doubt
this steamship line will bo establish
ed thiough the enterprise of J. D.
SprecUcIs & Bros. , aud thus an
other outlet will be provided by
them for Hawaiian pioducts. In
time this will bocotuu a favoiito
louiist toulc, increasing tiafel and
oorrespmuling cxponditure at Hono
lulu. The priuuiry object of the
sot vice is for postal put poses, but it
will a I'm develop trade between the
French faottleinent in Oceania and
the Hawaiian Inlands. This is un
other illustration oT the enterprise
and fai-i caching business policy of
Messis, Sprockets, wlio are fo closely
identified with the trade and domes
tic industiics of Hawaii. The Rial
aud most direct advantage will be
in making nn export maiket for cat
tle and sheep. Hawaii should have
a monopoly of the Tuhilian maiket
for live stock.
The Sydney Government lias in
timated that it will whhdiaw its
subsidy from the Australian service
nest November unless thu United
Slates contributes a substantial am
ount to maintain it as a postal route.
Bills are before Congress providing
for subsidies and bounties to Ame
rican steamships and sailing vessels,
but action on them has been delay
ed owing to the long struggle over
the House xules, followed by the
Taiiff, Silver and Pension Bills.
When they will be reached it is im
possible to 9ay. The foreign trade
of the United States last vear ex
ceeded 80-18,000,000, and "its Aus
tralian trade was the most profita
ble, in pioportion to it3 volume, of
any tradu in which American mer
chants were engaged. It i haidly
piobable that Congress will volun
tarily destroy this trade by refusing
to pay a sufllcient postal subsidy to
the Ameiican steamship line which
A beet sugar factory to make 400
barrels sugar per day is said to be
nearly completed at Grand Island,
1 HE THLVT'S ALLIES.
Tne Chronicle, in an article yes
terday, renewed its attack upon the
Hawaiiau Treaty and its fiiends on
this coast. It thinks free sugar will
hurt the Islands while a bounty will
foster beet sugar. One of the pecu
liarities of its position is this, that
whetcas it has championed the Su
gar Trust, which absorbed the Ame
rican refinery and with it two-thirds
of Hawaiian sugar and Hawaiian
planters, etc., it lias vigorously and
unceasingly fought tho Hawaiian
Treaty, fcio also have Havemeycrs,
Scaric, and the other trustees and
manipulators of the "criminal con
spiracy," tho Sugar Tiust. Yet
the planters, through the American
Refinery, sold out to those enemies
of the treat', ami yet expect to have
the special advantages under it con
tinued indefinitely. This hope, bas
ed upon a surrender to the Trust,
argued great lack of business sense
and worldly knowledge. They are
now liko the proverbial fly in tlio
spider's pallor, and only a strong
bund can free them from its deadly
Hawaiian trade continues to be
the nio3t satisfactory branch of com
merce left to San Fianeisco.
The death of Mr. R. W. Laino,
Vice-Consul for Spuin and Consul
for Mexico, will bo regretted by his
friends at Honolulu. He camo up
by the Australia for medical attend
ance and died a few days after
landing. His widow, "who returns
with hl3 body, has the sympathy of
the entire Hawaiian colony.
Sensational articles appeured in
the San Francisco papers regarding
the ill-treatment of a kanaka half
wliito by her adopted parents. Fol
lowing is the issue of the case, as
reported: "Samuel Bueknian und
his wife were each sentenced to pay
$100 fine or be impiisoncd in the
County Jail for 100 days, for cruelty
to a ten-year-old child, bought by
them forS15 In Honolulu. Iu con
sequence of their poverty Judge
Lawler said he would not impose as
heavy a penalty as ho otherwiso
would have done." Tho case was a
very bad one. An investigation
should bo uiado ut Honolulu, and
steps taken to return the child to
her home. Sho would fare better
among her own people than among
strangers, and her unnatural father
should be compelled to support her.
The following ofllcers of Harmony
Lodge No. 3 I. O. O. F., wuio iuhtall
cd last evening.
U. W. Ashley, N. (1.
W. P. Crooks, V. G.
J. A. Magoon, Sec'ty,
O. J. Fishel, Treas.
W. White, Con.
W. E. Herrick, I. G.
W. O. Atwater, It. S. N. C.
F. Wilhclm, L. S. N. (J.
Bio. Einmcliith acted us installing
ollicer, assisted by Bro's. W. O, At
water, Alex, Mackintosh, S. Savidgo,
J, J. Looker ami F. Wilhulni.
Aftor Lodgo closed tho brothers re
puirod to tho Elite ico cream par
lors for refreshments,
HOUSE AND LOBBY.
While Rep. B. W. Wilcox was'
speaking against the reduction of
Ministers' nalaiics, a pigeon liew
into the chamber and fluttered
about hiin. The omen of peace was
not well taken by a Reform member,
who turned the bird out at the win
dow. Tlio gnne and reverend seigniors,
even thou of tho treasury chalra,
pioved the truth of the adage, tiial.
"men arc but children of a laigor
growth," by planting themselves on
Palace Square in quick order when
thu martial music and measured
tread of the naval battalion smote
The present Legislatuie seems to
bo us careful lor economy :is any
that ha sat for years. Thus far
the increases in the Appropriation
Bill have been mude after reasons
presented and not by any particular
parly or faction.
Hon. Sainl. Parker is npidly
forging to the front as a put Hamuli
lary debater. That is, compara
tively ftpoaking. Hu is one of (lie
survivals of the Legislature under
the old Constitution, but his two
pointed speeches of this session go
beyond his entire picvious record.
Mr. Parker huxing biokcn the crust
ought to hand lound more of his in
tellectual pie, as he is one of the
few members wiio can talk well in
both languagus. There are several
long-winded members who could
give way to him with advantage to
the House and Iheroountry.
The principal event for to-night is
the first peiforinuuee by thu Tivoli
Gaiety Company in tho Hawaiian
Opera House. The company h
strong in numbers, and its individ
ual members come well recommend
ed. The public will bo able to
judge for themselves to-night. "Our
Strategists" is the drama selected
for the occasion. This is a piece
entirely new to our theatre, and is
one that is very popular in the Units
ed States. Tickets may be secured
in advance and seats reserved at the
oiilcc of Mr. L. J. Levey.
At St. Andrew's Cathedral at neon
to-day, Dr. Dugahl Campbell of Wni
mcu, Kauai, and Miss Mabel Rhodes
were united in marriage. The ooie
niony was performed by tho Rev.
Alex. Mackintosh. Mr, J. B. Alex
ander was best man and Miss von
Holt bridesmaid. The wedding was
very quiet, only immediate relations
and friends being present iu the
Cathedral. Hon. Cecil Brown gave
the bride away. Appropriate music
was played on the organ by Mr.
Wray Taylor, the Cathedial organist.
Dr. and Mrs. Campbell leave on the
Mikah.ilu this evening foi Kauai, their
A USEFUL BOOK.
Godfrey's Reference and Direc
tory has just been issued, in a neat
handy volume, and will be found to
be a useful nnd reliable directory of
persons living in the district of Ho
nolulu registered as having incomes
of over SC00 per annum. The
boundaries of tlio election wards
and piccincts, a list of the members
of the Assembly for 1800, and a ta
bular official statement of the vote
for Nobles at tho last general elec
tion of 1890, besides the 1750 names,
arc included in the contents; ns
well us numerous advertisements
from well known business houses.
OitniNAiiv class exuroisesin all the
grades of Fort street school, will take
placo on Wednesday, tho 9th inst.,
from 10 to 12 a. m. All patrons and
tho public am cordially invited to
nPHE diluk of the limes li H.-ut'd
J. OellcloiH Ice Cream Soda, cool.
i ef reshlug nud
cunts a h ink,
iinlirnijitlii'r. only 15
scivfd at tbe lilitu Ice
5'JS 1 w
fF you want a line cigar go to O.
Ii. J. Lr.vuv, :
Oalyl l'or t SLott Bet ten
Tiioli &aiety Cub ,
Tlvoll Thoati e,
Grand Opening Night I
On Tuesday, : : : July 8ili.
In the Great London & Now York Suc
cess, thu Burlesque Comedy
In 1 Acts, untitled:
iSrUsual PilreM Bos Plau open at
the ofllce of L. J. Levey's on Wednes
day, July Und, at 0 o'clock A. . 5011 td
NOTICE to HOIISE3IEXI
rpbe Celchuitcd Ruu
Sfc I nlng Stallion tihu-
5Sr?gKv- luudoali" will stand
yff3K till Feason at the
Cigp22i Woodluwn Dairy;
Jeims 830, For furthor particular
apply at the Dairy, fS5 3m
Jl.L"i: d, iet;U.
At Pisliseo fquaro,
Tuosday Evening, July 83 '90,
CUT Prominent "peakew will address
thu asicnibl.ige. 5DS 2t
Auction Sales by James F, Morgan,
AUCTION SALE OF
OnTUUKSDAY, .Inly JLOth,
AT 10 O'CIAtCIL A. 31.,
At my Salesioom, Queen Stioet. I
wi 1 sell at Public Auction, bv older of
Rev. W. C. Mpriitt,
Household -: Furnstui'G
B. W. Marblstop Bedroom Set
Spilng & II air Mattraet,
.1UUUUU1UU iiUU JJUUliU!
Black Walnut Olllee Taltle,
B. W. Bookshelves,
I.aigu B. Walnut Maibletop Center
Tuhle, Laee Curtains and Poles,
1 Black Walnut Sideboard,
Etc., Kte., Etc., Ktc.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
On THURSDAY, July IOth,
AT IS O'CLOCK XOOX,
At my Salesroom, Queen Street, I
will sell at Public Auction, for account
of whom it may concern:
ainrlc II B XV :
No. 73A 1 Bale 20 pes Tw tiled Pack
lug 1000 yards.
No. 74A 1 Bale, 20 pes D. W. Bag
ging 1000 yards.
Damaged by Salt Water, ex British
phlp "Bon ow dale" from LIveipool.
LARGE & IMPORTANT
Cretlit Trafls Sale !
I am directed bv Missus. II. TIAClv
FKLD & Co. to sell at Public Auction,
at their store. Queen sticut, on a Uncial
credit to the tiadc, on
Monday, Tuesdays Wednesday.
July II, 15 and 10, 1890,
Commencing at 10 O'clock A. M. Each Day,
All their Importation of MeiehaudUu
of every description. The sale will
coiupi if-u specially selected goods of the
latest styles, too iiumi-ioua to specify.
Among the stock will bo found full
New & Faehiouahu! Dry GooiU,
& Bnglbh Saddles,
Eajr All Roods offcied will bu posi
tively sold, ami large Invoices will ho
closed at any piipu on liberal tuims.
TlUt 31 H nt MAI.K.
JAS. P. MORGAN,
clvcu that l will
pay debts contracted In my
mime without my wiltlen older.
Honolulu, July 7, ISM. 5'Jti 1m
NYONE having prlvite paper of
thu lute Jules Tavernler will ob
lige by Minding them to Mirf. Jules
Tavernler, 005 Powell stieet, Sun Fran
cisco, CDS Ut
V-.b-nrJ.. .' - wrtwi,gytyto.'"
NOW IS THE TIME 1
The Equitable Life As
Society of the
Arc now selling their Bonds, and upon ca3,y
ture of Iusuratice goes with every Bond.
Tho followtng are a few of the many attractive forms offered by this
original and progressive Company :
ENDOWMENT BONDS, 5 PER CENT. GUARANTEED FOR LIFE.
INDEMNITY BONDS, 4 " " " " "
IMPROVED FREE TONTINES WITH LUCRATIVE OPTIONS.
PARTNERSHIP AND JOINT LIFE POLICIES.
CHILDRENS' ENDOWMENTS, ETC.
The Company is equitable, its payments prompt and certain, and its
From the Xcw TarA Sun, April -Uh, 1890.)
The Largest Business Ever Truusiiclotl by a Ui'o Aesur-
The new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for tho first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollars. This i3 at the rate of two hundred millions ofas3ur
anceor the year, and is unprecedented in tho annals of life assurance.
JSTlnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will wrilo to or call
upon the undet signed at his olllcc.
ALEX. J. CARTWRECHT,
General Agent for tho Hawaiian Islands, Equi table Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
K. R. Hr.Nimv, President is Mannger.
QonrnEY BnowN, Secrctaiy &Tieasmcr.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Oppo. SprcckclH' Itnnk, : Fort Street, Honolulu.
IMPORTERS and DEALERS IN
Gen'! Hardware, Glassware, Crockery,
Genuine Uaviland China, plain and decorated; end Wedgcwocd
Piano, Library &. Stand Lamps, Chandeliers & Electoliers,
Lamp Fixtuics of all kinds, A complete aseor'.m't of Drills it Filed,
PLANTATION SUPPLES of EVERY DESCRIPTION !
The "Gazollo" 3-wliceled Riding Plow it Equalizer,
Bluebeard Rice Plow, Planters' Steel & Qoosenccked Hoes,
LARD, CYLINDER, KEROSENE, LINSEED,
Paints, Varni-ihes & Bruahcs, Manila &. Sisal Rope,
HANDLES OF ALL KINDS,
JLSo.se, JSose, Hose,
RUBBER, WIRE-BOUND of superior quality, & STEAM,
Agate Iron Ware, Silver Plated Ware, Table & Pocket Cutlery,
Powder, Shot & Caps, Tho Celebrated "Club" Muchino-loaded Cartridges,
Hart's Patent "Duplex" Die Stock for Pipo &. Bolt Threading,
Harlman'tt Steel Wire Fence &. Steel Wire Mats,
Wm. G. Fisher's Wrought Steel Rangos
Gate City Stone Filters,
"Now Process" Twist Drills,
uov-Sfl-81) Neat's Carriago PuintH.
" X!xnoml J31oclr," ISos. OS & Of Iingr Street.
Granite, Iron and Tin Ware !
Chandeliers, Lamps and Lanterns,
WATER PIPE and RUBBER HOSE,
House Keeping; Goods,
PLUMBING, TIN, COPPER AND
90:j Sheet Iron Work.
E. B. THOMAS,
EMimatcs Given on Orlck, hen. Stono I
Wooilen Buildings. Jobbing
kkm'S von sali:
Brick, Lime, Cement, Plaster of Paris,
Marble Dust, Wire Lath,
California North Beach & Santa Cruz
Qnarry Tiles 0x0 red, white nnd bhioj
Miuton, Plastic and Encaustic Tiles In
various patterns, all kinds of Dmlnago
BSf Ofi'ick Southeast corner Ala
kca aud Queen streets.
Mutual -ftTELEPII0NESt-Bell 3GI
VOLUMES Encyclopaedia Brllan
IO nlca, Morocco hound, Iu good
never ubed. Apply
- !.. qrriVi
terms. Tito additional for.-
John Ena, Vice-President
Cton. Bhown, Auditor.
nion Ice Go.
I. O. ABLEQ, n&nagor.
Ata now prepared to dellrer Ice to asy put
or the Oitj.
Tho packing aud shipment of country
ordeis will receive most cuieful atten
tion. All of our Ico is manufactured from
Pure Mountain Water, carefully illten-d
by the Hyatt Pure Water Co. Filter,
which Is universally acknowledged to
be thu best llltcr made.
Packages of Butler, Game, Fish,
Meats, Etc., received for cold fctoruge
In our Hcfrigciatlug Rooms at mode
f2- Ico for mIo at tho Factor nt any'
hour, day or night. 503 liu
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