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DAILX jaULhJUTJJN : JULUJSOL.UI.U, ii. JL KOYEMTJMl 21, iohu.
FRIDAY, NOV. 21, 1800.
Nov 21 -Stmr
W Q Hnll from Maul mill Hawnll
Sclir Llhollho from Knuul
Ilk Coloma, Noyes, for Clilnii
Stmr O 11 Bishop for Wnlniiiiu, Wulaluii
and Koolnti at 0 a m
SS Australia for Sun FranuIeo nt 12
VESSE S LEAVING TO-MURROW?
Schr Ilnlcnkala for S Kona
carcoTs'from island ports'.
BtmrW G Hnll 214" b-igs sugar, 23
bags coffee. 22 bags iiwn, 20 bead
cattle anil UN sundry packages.
From Hawaii ami Mniti per stmr
G Hall, Nov 21-.J D Fails, ir, Cant Ka-
halewal, SI Dowers, V Urgtihuit. I.
Aki, C A poo, 8 T Alexander, W F
Frcar, A Baldwin, J A Kaukan and CO
For San Franelsco per S S Australia,
Nov 21 ST Alexander and wife, W
Mutch, Mrs CS Paine, Hon E Mullcr,
II von Holt, Mrs Sauecdo, .1 A Lowe,
Judge Wideinanti, ) Schmidt. 1 A
Eng .r M Emanuel, Lieut Stonov. Mrs
G M Stoncy, 2 children and 2 maid, G
F Allnrdt. II Berger, Mr Myddledok,
wife, and ehlldicn (3), Miss Mjddle
dyek, Arthur D Baldwin, Mis Rose
Probst, Hon C B Bishop, Mrs Trrgloan,
11 E Willis, Mrs Corwln, Prof tanvlcr.
wife and son, 11 B Church, Hon V
Kuudscu and 20 steciage.
The steamship Zealandia is due to
morrow from tan Francisco en route to
The steamship Australia took to-day
for San Fianeisco the following ship"
ments: W G Irwtn &Co, 8037 hags su
gar; II Hackfeld & Co, 23 bags coffee;
M Phillips & Co, 20 bags rice; Wo
Kco&Co, 170 b'igs ice; Wo Sing &
Co. 100 bags rice : Wing On Wo&i'o,
490 bags rice; Sing Chong & Co, 1100
baas lie ; Hvman Bros, G:t!) bails rice;
MSGriubaum, 1000 bags rice; C.Tohn-
ouu, 4j uuens uiiiiuuus; x r muus,
517 bnchs bananas; C T Guliok, 203
bnchs bananas; Geo I.ycurgus, 287
bDch3 bananas, standi les :" 38 pkgs Chi
nese indse; 7 pkgs lard, 822 pkgs green
hides, 3 pkgs goatskins, 7 pkgs slieep
skius, 14 boxes betel leaves, 100 bm'ls
sugar cane, 8 bxs fruit and 1 bx indse.
Domestic value, 874,051.
MAUI 3UCAR COMBINATION.
Not a Forcsoue Conelunli!i--Iiiter-vlcw
with air. . T. Alt-xiuiiler.
Mr. S. T. Alexander, of Oakland,
California, one of the principal
stockholders of Paiaand Haiku Plan
tations, left on the Australia for home
after a brief visit to the islands. He
had come to town from Maui this
morning by the steamer W. G. Hall.
It was not till a few moments before
the Australia's departure that a
Bulletin reporter found Mr. Alex
ander, and put a few hurried ques
tions to him regarding the scheme
for consolidating Paia and Haiku
Plantations with Spreckelsville
"I hear that there is strong oppo
sition to the amalgamation scheme?"
was the first feeler put forward after
introducing the subject.
"The matter will not be decided
till next month," was the reply.
"The Hawaiian law requires una
nimous consent of the stockholders,
I believe. Is the opposition to the
scheme very determined?"
"Well, the opponents are. open to
conviction. They will listen to
argument, but as yet do not see
their way to consenting."
' "They say you are one of the
chief objectors, Mr. Alexander."
"Still I am amenable to reason,"
he laughingly answered.
"Do you think that free sugar in
the States will have as serious an
effect, on the price as sonic here ap
prehend?" "That is a matter that is very
difficult to judge in advance. There
is much difference of opinion on
The reporter heartily thanked Mr.
Alexander for his courteously im
parted information, given as it was
in the midst of the throng on deck,
the esteemed capitalist's friends
pressing forward to bid him good
bye, and the band music making
The annual month's vacation ol
the Royal Hawaiian Band begins to
day, their farewell performance be
ing at the departure of the Austra
lia. Prof. Berger, bandmaster, left
on that steamer to spend his holi
days on the Coast. He and the boys
well deserve their respite, and there
is no doubt the community will be
repaid for the concession, in the re
newed vigor of our excellent hand
on resuming duty.
PltlDAY, IS'OV. 21.
DUFOItK Jl'Ol'I.I.Y, J.
In re guardianship of Kaonouio
kala (w), a minor. Petition of Jus.
Anaanu to he appointed guardian.
Ordered that he he appointed guurd
iun under 8100 bond. J. L. Iviuilu
kou for petitioner, petitioner and
EVENTS THIS EVENING.
Meollnji llealiuil limit Clllli, at
Oijmiiilii Qoiiiiull No, 777 A. J, of
I'lilyuiuljiu liuwiiiimiiuiil Nu. I, I.
&!f Wjtil ill til AWlflW'l ikihH
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
A tititLDiNa lot on
is offered for sale.
A cuTUNli:n is for sale by the Ha
waiian Carriage Manufacturing Co.
Two cases of
all tho Police
Court business this
Tin: mail despatched porS. S. Aus
tralia consisted of 073!) letters and
Mn. Walter Hill has been appoint
ed by the King as a membor of the
Board of Education.
Mn. Ed. Suhr has been appointed
Acting Consul for Austria-Hungary
during the absence of Hon. E.
ArroKNnY-GcNT.KAL Peterson could
not gut through the Ciown business
at Wuiohinii in time to return by tho
W. O. Hall.
Tun box plan for the Nyinpho
Driiuatio Company's entertainment
for to-morrow evening is open at L.
.1. Levey's auction room.
Tin: tax appeal bo.ird is sitting at
Hie Police Court this afternoon. It
consists of Policb Justice William
Foster, Mr. J. O. Carter and Hon. J.
T. Waterhouso, jr.
"Beau Admiral Brown having kind
ly volunteered that the Charles-ton
should carry a mail to S.in Francisco,
tile mail by that ship will close at the
Post Olllce at one o'clock Tuesday.
The four pieces ot dress goods and
one case of boys' clothing, belonging
to the Temple of Fashion, mixed lor
under-viiluation, were told by Mr. L.
J. Levey, auctioneer, under order of
the Court to-day.
Tin: Illustrated London News of
Oi toiler 18 has a portiait of Mr. A.
A. Hopkins, who hah been appointed
a metropolitan police magistrate.
"Phis young gentleman is a son of
Mr. Mnnloy Hopkins, Hawaiian
Charge d' flairs in London, and a
cousin of Mr. C. L. Hopkins, Marshal
of this Kingdom.
Mn. W,S. Wond, Clerk of the Po
lice Court, has appealed from u civil
judgment against him in that Court,
gained under tho new law for garni
shecing Government beneficiaries'
s.iliuios. The appeal is based on tho
contention that to make, tho law op
erative for debts contracted before its
passage is unconstitutional in its
making the legislation retroactive.
CHARGED WITH KIDNAPPING.
Mr. August Herring was arrested
to-day for violation of Chap. X.,
Sec. -1, Penal Code, which relates to
kidnapping and unlawful imprison
ment. Herring, a Hawaiian youth, was
sent to Boston some years ago to
study painting as a ward of the Ha
waiian Government. He was re
called, and on reaching San Fran
cisco short of lunds concluded to
He arrived in Honolulu three
weeks ago. Last night he married
a native girl without her parents'
consent. They claim the girl is un
der age and on that ground charge
the bridegroom with kidnapping his
THE PARADISE OF THE PACIFIC.
The Paradise of the Pacific was
issued yesterday. The number con
tains an excellent cut of His Ma
jesty. The variety and scope of the
matter in the present issue will lay
before the foreign public a bird's
eye view of the advantages, customs
and amusements of our mid-ocean
kingdom. A Thanksgiving ode is
contributed by Mrs. Emma L. Dil
lingham, and a pretty lyric by Miss
Ruth Ward. The editorial notes
are crisp and to the point. Hawaiian
legends, some of which are the
prettiest in the world, give the paper
a quaint local tone, while several
creditable articles on Hawaiian in
dustries and progress will serve to
give the outside world a true iusiglit
into our national merits. The paper
continues an improvement on past
numbers and is destined to do Ha
waii much benelit abroad. Not the
least notable of the contributions is
an article by a native Hawaiian,
Mr. F. J. Testa, on the "Sacred
Pavement of Liloa."
The Oceanic S. S. Australia was
detained with the loading of freight
till 12:40 o'clock. A large number
of residents and visitors were on the
wharf to see tho departure. There
was the usual ceremony of decking
departing friends with leis. Among
those most heavily weighted with the
floral tributes being lion. 11. A.
W'idemann, Hon. E. Mullcr, Hand
master Merger, I'rof. Sauvlct and
wife, and Mr. II. von Holt. The
hand boys sung "Aloha oo" as a
good-by to Mr. Berger, and, after
a classical programme, played Am
eticau, JSi'Itisli, (Jurmnn and Ha
waiian national airs.
His Majesty was one of the latest
in coining nblioni, followed by lions.
S, 1'urUiT, K. V, Muufurlniio, O, O.
Ilergiii and John 1'), Ituuh, Otlmr
iiilillii men noticed at tho departure
woru, Their Kxiullenuiini .lolm A.
l.'iiiiiniiiib anil (J, N.. Spencer, .MlniH'
tun, mid lions. I'aul Nihiihuiiii, .1.
II, Minium, I), W, hut, W. I'.
Kiuieulli, llulit, W, Wilcox, ,1. K,
Kulii'oli'iii" mill W. II. t'uiiii)liig.
A llio U'ijihui' iwmiii mil iiiii tliu
lliittuliun llunii llnliliml, I liu U. fc.
Fi ii. Qljjjilinlun biiiji) uii buy Hi UjiU
Acquittal of the Kona Homi
Report of September
Tor in, 1890.
Pursuant to an order of the Chief
Justice postponing said term from
September 4th to the third Monday
in November, tho Court for this
judicial circuit was opened for busi
ness on Monday the 17th instant at
0 o'clock, a. m. Present on the
Bench, the Honorable A. Francis
Judd, Chief Justice and Chancellor,
sitting alone without a Circuit
Judge. The absence of Hon. F. S.
Lyman, Circuit Judge, is owing to
the above postponement and this be
ing the season requiring his attend
ance upon the several tax appeal
boards in his circuit.
There were present the following
members of the Bar: His Excellency
A. P. Peterson, Attorney-General,
imd'C. Crcighton, Deputy Attorney
General, as Crown prosecutors;
Hon. A. Rosa, W. A. Whiting, D.
II. Hitchcock, AV. C. Achi and Win.
ICaaemoku. Hon. Henry Martin,
the District Magistrate, was also
Daniel Porter of Hilo, clerk of
the circuit, was at his post, and E.
G. Hitchcock, Sheriff of the Islaud,
was present with his host of deputy
aherins in charge of the several per
sons accused and witnesses for the
The following persons were sworn
to act as court intcipreters: Kim
Char, Chinese; Wakah, Japanese,
and Henry Smith, Hawaiian.
The first case tried was that of.
thcKing against Awa,Aiau and Ani,
charged with the murder of one
Akong in Keauhou, North Kona, on
August 10th last. The evidence
showed that Awa and Akong, the
deceased, were partners in the busi
ness of tobacco raising, and were
living together in the same house
which was burned, and that the
other two Chinese lived in another
house some thirty fathoms away.
The principal witnesses for the pro
secution were the coroner of the dis
trict, Mr. Mullcr, a school teacher,
who attended to the wounds of two
of the defendants and Dr. Mouritz
who, happening to be in the district,
was called to examine the bu'ly of
the deceased which had been buried
some fifteen days. The trial of this
case occupied all of the afternoon of
the fust day and all of Tuesday,
when at five o'clock in the afternoon
of the second day, the jury found a
verdict of not guilty, two jurors dis
senting, who were for manslaughter
in the second degree. W. A. Whit
ing appealed for the defendants,
who were discharged from the Sher
The body of Akong, a Chinaman,
was found dead and charred amid
the ruins of his hut in the region
back of Keauhou, Kona, whore ho
and Awa his partner were planting
tobacco. Awa was found almost
dead with 23 cuts on him, mostly
on his arms. Aiau and Ani lived in
their house some 150 feet away
from (he house that was burned.
Their story in defc rise was that,
owing to disappointments in their
business, Akong wax anxious to sell
out to Awa, but this was refused by
Awa. That night, August 9th, Awa
was awakened by receiving cuts on
his head from a pork cleaver in the
hands of Akong, who slashed at him
until he was lielples-, and then set
lire to their house, and tried to pre
vent Aiau (who came to the rescue
on hearing Awa's cries for help)
from coming into the house.
Aiau received two cuts on te
head from Akong, but then got into
the house and pulled Awa out. lie
returned to get Akong out, but the
flames and smoke of the burnintr
house made this impossible and they
left Atong to his fate. This narra
tive was not capable of being previ
ously contradicted by the prosecu
tion and accordingly the defendants
The next case tried was Olomia
vs. Kanuku, libel in divorce. The
Court granted a decree of divorce
on tho ground of desertion and utter
failure to support. W. C. Achi for
plaintiff, no appearance of or for
The lollowing disposition of other
cases was made:
The King vs. Kalauawahine (k)
and Kaheaua (w), adultery. Appeal
from the District Court of North
Kona. Delendants withdraw their
The King vs. Win. Mtinu. Seduc
tion, From the District of Nortli
Kona. The Attorney-General de
clined to present an indictment.
V, C. Achi for defendant.
The King vs, Laontii and seven
other defendants, malicious injury,
Appeal from the District Court of
Aoriii Kona, I'roscciiuoii cntei u
iioiiii prosequi, noiuu oi mo lie;, mi.
iint.i did not appeal luil paid their
lliuu, A. lluou for dufeiwIuiiU,
Tim King i. ilolui Kmilrmlll,
forgery. Coiumltiiiniil ftoni Nm Hi
Komi. Continued to next Mnv luriii
ut lllhi. W, C. Acliliiiiil Win. Ivic
iiDinoltil for tint iliiltiiiiluiit.
Tim Kiiife' v. Ivuinwi Kuiiiuliim,
uniully lu niilniuU, Appiml finni
lliw UUlilui Ujiji'I of I'unit, ICniui'.
wJ ii mils iijuwquI.
'm mm Mumm (k) urn)
I MIDiii LUVl juuuuua'. a uuu urn
the District Court of Puna. Parties
having married defendants arc dis
charged. The King vs. Pake (k) and llaa
hoo (w), adultery. Defendants
withdraw their appeal from the Dis
trict Court of Kau. W. C. Achi for
The King vs. Kekcau, afTray.
Defendant withdrew Ins appeal from
Kau District Court.
Tho King vs. Ah Fat, unlawful
possession of opium. Appeal from
District Court of Kau withdrawn.
The King vs. Tntulu (k) and
Tami (v), adultery. Appeal from
District Court of Kau withdrawn.
Kaapa vs. Wahinu and Ilonolii,
suit in equity. Settled out of Court.
W. C. Achi for plaintiff.
J. K. Kekauta vs. Hawaiian Graz
ing Company, ejectment. Continued
from September term, 1889. Set
tled out of Court. W. C. Achi for
plaintiff, D. II. Hitchcock for de
fendant. The ca9c of the King vs. Tawara
Mogohai, a Japanese, chartrcd with
the murder of his wife in Waiohinu,
was begun on Wednesday morning
when the mail left to catch the
steamer. Further proceedings will
be given on the return of the Court,
on December 2d next.
The Court and party landed at
Kaalualu on Sunday morning at
5:30, and arrived in Waiohinu
(going overland) two hours later.
The usual lauding is Honuapo.
The Court and some of the party
attended divine service at Kaualiaao
Church, it being the day set apart
by royal proclamation for offering
prayers in behalf of the poor un
fortunate lepers. The lion. Rv.
Kauhanc occupied the pulpit, the
Chief Justice assisting him in con
ducting tho services. Many of the
prominent residents were present.
Aflei court business some of the
party intend visiting the Volcano,
and enjoying tho hospitality of Mr.
Julian Mnnsarrat at Kapapala.
The Waiohinu kaninainas are light
royal in their kind hospitalities ex
tended to the Court and'members of
the party. Hon. Mr. Kauhanu's
table is always free and open to the
CAMARINOS' Refrigerator will
arrive per S. S. Zealandla with the
following fruits, etc., in plentiful .sup
ply: Grapes, Peaches, Plums, Rarilutt
Pears, Sugar Pears. Apple, Pippins,
California Oranges, Fresh Frozen Oys
ters in tins and shell, Celeiy Cauli-
llowois. Also, full lines of new season
Potatoes and Onions.
710 lit California Fhitit Maiikkt.
M THOMPSON, Counselor, i:tc,
(and Author of a Digest of Ha
waiian Supreme Couit Decisions in pre
paration, and Author of a Digest ol tin
Laws of the District of Cohunbli, and
Trealit.es on Common T.aw and Kquitj),
will give written answers to questions
of law and facts submitted to him orally
or in writing, and the law and authori
ties applicable to the facts stated, and
also indicate the couree by which satis
faction, if possible, may be obtained
without resort to law, and also indicate
the probable result of legil proceedings
if resorted to. And will piepaie wills,
deeds, moirgage.s, leaes and other
tnur Olllce comer Bethel and King
streets, (ecoud story), Honolulu. II.
1.: from 8 to 10:30 A. M. 713 tit
.Vf INCF Pies and Fancy Pastries, of
ItjL the best quality, at the Elite Ice
lonoiulu Cutu'nder I
One New Honolulu Gutimder,
Hawaiian Carriage IVi'f'g Co.,
710 No. 70 Queen street. lit
N Experienced Practical Engineer
i and Electrician, holding both an
English Hoard of Trade First Cla-s and
Japanese Government First Grade Cer
tificates of Competency; alo, excel
lent testimonials as to character and
ability, offers his services for immediate'
employment as engineer on woiks or a
a ne.i-olng engineer. Adiliess "II.."
this olllce. TlTilw
A SITUATION as clerk, copyist, or
to do general work In an olllce or
stoie, either In town or in the country,
Is wanted by an educated Hawaiian.
Good references given If leiiuhed. Ad
dress"K," this uilli-p. 711 :it
FIRST-CLASS dn.-sinakers; good
pay; onfy experienced hands need
apply, i orm r Fort and Ilotol stieois
(over Kin Hull's dry goodri More).
MAUKIEU Couple, the wife to do
tho cookim: and liniiaowork the
husband to attend to outside work,
lioiws, fowls, milklm; Addicss "Ha
waiian O-tiich Farm," Kaplolnul Park:
Mutual Telephone ll'i.'i. (iii.'i if
rpilE undersigned have thin
L foruiiMl a copaiineirlilii for
purpose of deallmi in hay. giaiu, nU
under tliu name of ihe t'lilifiunla Ford
yu, i. .1. ivumi,
S.. Ill . I. h, ..
ltUMIII'lli;U 1 1IIIMM III II.
.I.N WHIG I IT.
Honolulu, Sept, 17, 1K0. (Jut tf
UiilUlliitf Lot For hiilo I
LOT of ,i)iiil Kill run I
(Mini by Il7fimlijuiilli,
on Ymiiitf tliiiiil. ijuur Hun.
s mw i omit mmm J r
F. HORN'S PIONEER
Steam Candy Factory & Bakery
They will have a large supply on hand
of their well-known
GOOD unci UIC1I
For this coming Thanksgiving
To tliB Ladies of Honolulu !
BST I will Roast Tiukoyx, Chickens,
Ducks, Oce-c, llaiu, Sucking Pigs anil
other meats to older at reasonable rales
fot ThankM'lvluK Day.
Proprietor of the Pioneer Steam
Candy factory & llakery.
li Y A. i-
Oa SATURDAY EVENING, Nov. 22d,
By kind permission of Commander
Turner and Olllcers,
Tho mateur Dramatic Company
Ot II. M. S. Nymphe, will glo a
In Aid of the Sailors' Home.
The performance will commence with
tho Laughable Faice, cutitlu'l:
" Leave It To Me."
Display of Light Infantry Drill!
hongs and Dances!
to conclude with the Well-known
ESy-Box Plan for icservcd scats will
be opened on Friday morning, Nov.
!ilt, at!) o'clock, at the ollice of L. J.
President of Co . . Lieut. P.
Stasjo .Manaucr 31r. V.
Sims, J. N.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT the annual meeting of the stock
holders of ihe Union Feed Co.,
(Id). held at their olllce, this 10th day
of November, tho following olllcers
weic elected to serve for the ensuing
li. C. Macfarlane..
F. W. Macfarlane.
F. R. Vida
F. It. VIDA,
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
'I1 till, ntllllinl lilpittinir nf rim clnnL'-.
1. holdois of Wllder's Stcanisliln
Co., (Ld), held at their olllce in this
city, Nov, 17th, the following olllcers
weic le-elected to seive during the en
Wm. (J. Wilder..
Jni). F. Hackfeld
Sain'l 11. Itose...
Niin'l li. Uose...
Win. F Allen...
S. B. ltOsE,
17, 1S90. 71:.' lw
Pianoforte Tuner & Repairer,
II.iV removed to 1!IC Fort street,
Tho residence foruieily occupied by Dr.
Ordi-ia can be left at II. II. Williams'
Cabinet Warehouse, 11. "i Fort street;
Hawaiian News to.'s Music Stoic, or
at my residence, If"! Fort street
. All orders promptly attended to.
HAS removed his olllce and residence
to the new buildini; opposite the
Hawaiian Hotel, on lteietama street.
stock. Apply to
rjfMlE Residence of Mrs. A.
I Long In Pauoa Valley.
71. 'I lit
Mokehan & HmgtaiDE
Mall H, S. Co.'
"CU'YOf RIO de JANEIRO,"
Will Mill for lliu iibovi' poil
mi or iihoiil
'ur frvlghi w MMNkiu ujijtj v lo
NOW IS THE TIME !
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon
turo of Insurance goes with every Bond.
The following 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 iVew York Sun, April 4th, 1890.)
The Larjrnsfc Business Ever Transacted by a liiib Absui
The new business of tho Equitablo Life Assurance Society of Now
York for the first quarter of the present year is reported to exceed Fiftt
Million Dollars. This is at tho rate of two hundred millions of ussur
ancefor the year, and ia unprecedented in the annals of life assuranca.
JSylnformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write to or call
upon the undersiguod at his olllce.
ALEX. J. CARTWRICHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Society
of the U. S. Jan-1-90
mMW & &&mm
NO. 77 FOllT
HAVE JUST RECEIVED AN
Dry Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Trunks, &c.
ALSO, A FINE LINE OF
Exercising; ShirtS & Tlg'htS, "n Black and Fast Colors.
'Members of the Athletic
they have but n few on hand.
For Thanksgiving, 0
J 50 '' FAT OWN-FED 1 5 0
BST EARLY ORDERS SECURE THE CHOICE.
HENRY DAVIS & CO.,
Telephones, No. 119.-
Having leased the stores in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old stand, and having disposed
of that portion of my stock damaged by the late fire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last Bteamer, and more on tho way, I
am prepared to fill all orders as before. Thanking the public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on me for the past seven yearn, I
hope by prompt attention to all orders to merit a continuance of tho
same. At the new stand shall be pleased to bco all my old cus
tomers, and as many new ones as may iind it to their advantage to
call. 1 bland orders bolicited and faithfully executed.
PENNSYLVANIA" &. NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAND CHINA, hILVER PLATEDWARE,
LAMPS, CHANDELIERS. Alto,
WJME. 3-. FISSCJI-AJEaffc"
Famous Grand Active &. Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
OP AX,T. HI5CIf,
CoiiBuminOne-tlilrcl Lchh Fiiol,5lthor wood or coal, than
any oilier Slovu In u.vlKtimeo.
gfT No Mriok Work About It I 0" .hint a Cloan Out Stovo I
Whoso BakingQualitiesare Unsurpassed
rJ?iiuRi'iilfti ivntm I
,0T Vi) HALF, IIY Till?
Tho additional fen
EXTRA. NEW STOCK
Club desiring suits should call early, as
No. BJJ Port tStroot.
-P. O. Box U72.
Husteco, King Street.
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