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JBUbUfi'TJJN ; UUJNULU.L.U, ii, i., NOVEMBER 25, idin.
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TUESDAY, NOV. 25, 181)0.
OAHJT RAMIIU LAND COS
To TrUo Kirept Ortnlinr U5. 1800.
10 :fil 3 sol
U:C5 4: CD
Stinr i lutidlno from Hawaii nnd Haul
Stmr Kuala from Kauai
fctmr.l A Cunnniiis from Walnianalo
USPS Charleston, Rear- dniiial
Brown, for rian I rauelseo
Stmr lilattcllnc for Alaui at f p in
Stmr Mlkaliula for Kiiinu at 5 p in
Schr Liholiho for Kauai
Torn Allka for b Kona
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Stmr I.ikellko for Paauhau and Ookala
at 5 p m
atnir Kuala for Kauai at 4 p in
GARCOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Claudlno 225 b.igs potatoes, l-JO
pkus, 120 sheep, 25 hog, 1 lioisu,
13 crates fowls, 1 roller and pinion,
125 pkgs sundries.
From Hawaii and Maui, per steamer
Olaudlue, Nov 25 M A Huff, 0 L Huff,
J Mukaeua aud wife, Dr O ll 'v etinoie,
Andrew .Moore, F M Hatch, Judge S B
Dole, l Aseu, Mrs J Bell, J DTiegloan,
J 11 Mackenzie, Hit Fieltas, E B.tder
nnd wife, C W ilcox, Mrs Kclllniulama
and child, O B Makcc, F Giiruey, J
Hoggs, Fred Hayseldeu, ICom Slug and
Thu steamer V G Hall will sail on
her usual route on Thursday morning at
Tho barkentluo Planter has finished
unloading her cargo of general mer
chandise, aud was niooieil out in the
Htieam to await for sugar.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
Lewis J. Levey offers for sale choice
while Leghorn cocks and cockorells.
Me. J. V. Kahee has been appoint
ed Pound Master for thu district of
Mn. Win. Lisliman is authorized to
sign the firm name of Geo. W. Mac
farlane & Co. by procuration.
Mr. Justice Bickerton will go to
Lahuina next Tlmisilay, to preside at
the Ciicuit Court for that district.
The directors of the Kapiolani
Park Association will meet to-morrow
morning at 11 o'clock, in tho office
of W. G. Irwin & Co.
Egan & Gunn have just, received
nn invoice of ladies' and gentlemen's
genuine English Mcintosh rain coats.
Ladies' coats in all qualities, cotton
Yesterday a native, while chop
ping wood 'at Palania near tho Asy
lum, unfortunately cut some of his
toes off the right foot. The accident
was caused by his axe slipping.
During: the temporary absence of
Col. G. W. Macfarlanu, 11. M.'s Cham
berlain, from tho Kingdom, Mr. Jas.
W. Robertson will act us Chiimhei
lain of thu Itoyal Household.
Mr. Jas. F. Morgan will sell the
entire household furniture of Mr. It.
Laing at his residenco on Bethel
Htreut to-morrow morning at 10
As will be seen by reference to the
usual column, Her Itoyal Highness,
the Princess Liliuokuluni, has been
appointed Regent of the Kingdom,
during the absence of His Majesty
There will bo a meeting of the
Board of Trustees of tho Suilors'
Home, to-morrow morning at 11
o'clockj'to consider building planB,
etc. The meeting will be hold at tho
rooms of the Chamber of.Commerco.
Mrs. S. G. Wilder giivo a great
luauftt Eskbank.the family residence,
yesterday afternoon, in celebration
of tho birthday of her daughter, Miss
Helen Wilder. There were about 150
guests present, who spent a very
The various Committees of the
Hoalani Boat Club Picnic to Romoml
Grovo Friday evening will meet at
Arion Hall this evening to coinpleto
all arrangements. Two trains will
loavo that evening one at 0 and one
nt 7, mid extennive preparations are
Mn, O. E. RichardBon has boon
appointed an agent to appraise lands,
aubject to Government commutation,
fortlio (listrietH of Hilo unil l'miii,
Hawaii, vice J. Nawalil, rot-igiied.
Thu Hoard now coiihIhIh of tho fol
lowing niomliorH i F, B, Lyiimii (iiliuli
hum), A. H. I.ooboiiHtoln mid C, h,
'I'liti Uonuliiliu Infill priHitluu UiU
Kfioniooi) nt I o'i)IopI( ul thu Iuuuu
'I'liu 'Uiillforiilun livp "Ihuiki'iI
lliwlr pnuillt'd hour from 10 it. in. to
Thy Nuiloiml mm Hul liv
hruii ailuiiii-il fur llii llil mm.a
no ittVMA'riiurtiiy mm 'w
PLEASANT PALACE PARTY,
Imnromptn Ilnll In Honor of the
Khiff. Ailmlrnl Ilrown, nml .11 r.
nml SltH. Fowler.
On such short consideration that
it may fairly bo called impromptu, a
committee of ladies gave a ball at
Iolani l'alnco last night, by consent
anil under tho patronage of Their
Majesties. The event was designed
ns a pleasant send-off to the King,
Admiral Brown nnd ofllecrs of the
Chni lesion, and Mr. and Mrs. Fow
ler. Gentleman fiiends voluntceied
the general management, in which
they succeeded admirably. Tho
party was a very pleasant one, every
guest being bright and happy, nnd
nearly all remaining till "Hawaii
Ponoi" was played nt one o'clock
The King, Queen and Princess
Poomaikelani held a brief informal
reception at the entrance to the
throne room before the opening 01
the ball. There was a lino display
of tropical plants and llowers in the
grand hallway and the blue room.
The dancing took place in the
throne room, whoso wcorcs of elec
tric lamps gave noonday-liko brilli
ancy to the gay scene. Music for
the dances was furnished by the
Itoyal Hawaiian Band, while the
Quintet Club sang on the veran
das at intervals. An elegant colla
tion was served about midnight in
the banquet hull.
Following is a list of those pres
ent: Mons G B d'Anglade, French
Commissioner; Miss Atkinson, Geo
His Excellency Godfrej' Brown,
Minister of Finance; Hon. Cecil
Brown, Mr and Mrs Malcolm Brown,
Miss Hattie Brown, Hon C O Ber
ger, Mrs Bowen, Major and Mrs II
F BTtolmnnn, Col nnd Mrs J H
Boyd, Mr and Mrs G E Boardman,
Mr W F Baird, Mrs Bono, Miss
Boss, Mr C Bolte, Mr E F Bishop.
His Excellency J A Cummins,
Minister of Foreign Affairs ; Misses
L and K Cummins, Misses Cum
mins (Wailuku), Mr T P Cummins,
Mr and Mrs A J Cartwright, jr,
Mr and Mrs C L Carter, Mr J O
Carter, jr, Miss M Cleghorn, Mr
and Mrs .1 II Coney, Mr K S Cunha,
Mr C E Coville.
Charleslon, U S F S Rcar-Ad-miral
Geo Brown, Capt Remey,
Lieuts Dyer, Ward, Fields and
Hunker; Ensign Blow, Dr Wieber,
Dr Itothganger, Cadets Cole, Sig
nor, Gartley, Vogelsang, Fuller,
Magruder, Corney and Catlm.
Mrs J I Dowsett, sr, Misses Dow
sett (2), Misses Davidson (2), Mr
Mr and Mrs Aug Elders.
Judge and Mrs Wm Foster, Mr
and Mrs Alfred Fowler, Mr T McK
Fowler, Capt and Mrs A Fuller,
Miss Fuller, Miss Fitzsimmons, Mr
Mr and Mrs W M Giffard, Mr and
Mrs II Gunn, Miss Gilliland, Mr W
Mrs Haalclea, Mrs F M Hatch,
Mrs A Herbert, Miss U erbert, Mr
and Mrs E R Hendry, Mr Oscar
Herold, Mr Hughes.
Hon W G Irwin, Mr P R Isen-
Mrs Kirkbride, Miss King, Miss
Mrs Lo Count, Miss Le Count,
Mrs Lacrosse, Miss Lacrosse, Mrs
T F Lnnsing, Misses Ladd. Miss
Lusher, Mr b Louisson.
Hon G, W Macfarlane, H M's
Uhambeilniii ; Mr and Mrs F W
Macfarlane, Mrs Julian Mousarrat,
Dr Y T Mousarrat, Mr and Mis M
D Mousurrat, Mr J M Mousar
rat, Mr F Mclntyre, Mir.s Mc
Intyro, Mr It C Monteagle, Mr J
D Mclni'iny, Mr Bert Mist.
Mohican, U S S Lieut Tyler,
Chief Engineer McCoupell, Dr
Lung, Enbigu Beals, Cadets Phelps
Mrs P Neumann, Miss Neumann,
Mr Rudolph Neumann, Mrs E Nor
rie, Mibs Nowlein.
Nymphe, II B M S Capt Turner
Princess Poomaikelani, Hon and
Mrs S Parker, Mr Geo C Potter.
Mr Jas W Robertson, Vice Cham
berlain, and Mrs Robertson, Mrs A
Rosa, Miss Dorcas Richardson, Miss
Randall, Miss Rose, Mr Mark P
His Excellency J L Stevens, Unit
ed States Minister, Misses Stevens
(2), Mr H L Severance, U S Con-sul-Gcueral,
Mrs and Miss Sever
ance; Prof and Mrs M'M Scott,
Miss Stouesifer, Mr W C Sproull,
Mr G E SmituleB, Mr E Styles.
Mr G H Tweedie.
Mons A Vlzzavona, French Chan
cellor ; Miss Vida. Mr Frank Vidn.
Mr C P Ward, Misses Ward (2),
Misses Walker (!l), Miss Widdi
ficld, MiBB Adelo Wlddilleld, Mr
nnd Mrs Frank Winter, Miss Wodo
house, Mr J II Wodehotise, jr, Mr
Ernest Wodchouso, MIbs Helen Wil
dor, Miss LIU Wilder, Mr S G Wil
der, Mr II M Whitney, jr, Mr ,1
Wnibul, Mr Curl Wldonmnn, Mr 11
Widcmnnii, Mr W II Wright, Mr
JohnS Walker, jr.
FOR THE VICTORS.
A Mnliiilflrent Cnn Pr-Hiiutcrt lothn
Last evening ns n BuM.r.-riN re
porter was wending his wenry way
homeward he was kindly tnken by
the button-hole by Mr. Geo. W.
Smith, of the firm of Benson, Smith
& Co., nnd led in a mysterious way
up the back stairs of the store.
Here, after ignoring several profes
sional questions, Mr. Smith began
opening n large black cabinet, and
it is needless to say the result was
Within the cabinet was n splendid
challenge cup bearing the following
inscription: "Tho Spalding Cup.
presented by A. G. Spalding and
Bros, to tue Hawaiian League, to
become the property of tho club
winning it three successive seasons."
On the reverse side is "Winners"
in large letters, with a blank space
for the names of the olub and play
ers winning thu trophy.
The cup is two feet six and a half
indies in height. The base is H
inches in diameter nnd the extremo
width of the cup proper is ISA
inches. On either side of the base
is tho figure of a ball player; one
ready to throw a hall and the other
in batting position. The front of
the cup contains u chased ongtaving
of the American national game.
The two handles of the cup are
mounted with two silver baseballs
each bearing the name "Spalding."
The cover of the cup is surmounted
with a silver vase, on cither side of
which are two crossed bati, with n
ball placed at the angle of each pair.
Above this rises the va-ns, hiuli in
turn is surmounted with, a second
cover, bearing a figure of a Uuil
player in position holding n iiaseball.
The cup will be placed on exhibi
tion at Benson, Smith & Co.'s store
in a8hort time and will then bo de
livered to the Hawaiian Baseball
Last evoning at eiuhl o'clock Hon.
S M Dunion was invented with the
Grand Officer Grade of tho Order of
Kalakaua, by His Majesty tho King,
at Iolani Palace. Dining the com
mon', which took pl.ico in the
throne room, His Majesty was at
tended by the following members of
the Order : Hon J O Dominisllon A
S Cleghorn, Hon C P Iaukea, Hon
Samuel Parker, Col tho Hon G V
Macfarlane, Hon J S Walker, Hon
H V Severance, His Ex Hon J A
Cummins, Col J H Boyd and Mr
M P ltobinton. In addition to these
were present Mr F A Schuefor and
Mr J W Robertson, Vice Chamber
lain. In conferring tho decoration His
Majesty said: It is our plea&uro to
bestow upon you, Mr Damon, the
Grand Officer grade of the Itoyal
Order of Kalakaua, in recognition
of the many services you have ren
dered the Sovereign, the State and
tho aliis of tho Kingdom, and also in
recognition of tho ability shown by
you during your administration us
Minister of Finance. May health,
happiness and prospeiity attend you
in the future.
Ollvo lld'Ulcy tho J rent Ohllil
Saturday ovoning, Dec. Gib, the
public will have un opportunity to
gee one of the biightest children on
tho Htngc, Olive Berkley. Little
Olivo nnivod on the IiimI trip of the
Alameda, accompanied by her
There will be a good company to
suppoil her and those interesli-d can
look foiwnrd to a lino entertain
muni. Thu east and other particulars will
be announced later. The opening
program me will bo tho charming
sketch "Edillins' Burglar," together
with the last two acts of " Little Lord
Fnuiitleroy." This rcmaiknblo child
comes to Honolulu with excellent
newspaper recommendations, as the
following will show :
"'I hu succe8 depended upon tho
part of Little Lotd Faunlloroy. This
wiib ilonoMiKS by Olivo Berkley ,achil I
not over ten years. It was played in
a manner that completely disarms
criticism. A more distinct inilivi
dualiHiitioii of a character it would
be impossible, to imagine, and a hap
piei or more natural impersonation
inconceivable. Those who have not
seen this puitie.ular pel foimaucu can
not realise how iuloiestiug and how
fascinating may be a elever bit of
acting by a phenomenally clever
child." Melbourne Age.
Amateur Minstrel Co.
W. 1.. Hoiikkts ....Stage Manager.
Osc'AU lli:i(OLi... Musical Director.
M. II. Junks Chorus Dhoctnr.
WILL U1VK A 1'KUFOIIMANCi:
NEXT SATURDAY EVENING,
Hawaiian Opera House.
Stay Box Plan will be opeu Thursday
morning, at !) o'clock, at WlllliiinN Pho
tograph Gallery, on Kort street near
LOCAL GAG3 ml HITS
Great Local Afterpiece!
FELL FROM A BRIDGE.
Last week a nati;o boy while play
ing on the railing of Smith's bridge,
fell therefrom. In falling his head
grazed the bridge timbers, making a
scalp Hound 'iohi which tho blood
flowed Ireily. lie struck thu water
head first and went to thu bottom of
the stream, receiving other severe
injuries upon the head. The boy
was picked up by a boatman and was
found to bo insensible. He was
taken to the house of some friends
and is now doing well.
P. S.- Doors open at 7:110; Perfonn
ancc commences at 8 o'clock sharp.
Piugriumiiu to be published later.
A BIG CONTRACT.
By tho arrival of the last mail it
is learned that the sugar plant for
the new Makaweli plantation, on the
island of Kauai, lias been let for the
sum of about $250,000, the exact
figures not being at hand. The con
tract was let to Messrs. Mirlees, Wat
son &4Co. of Glasgow, who will imme
diately begin work thereon and as
soon as possible will ship the entire
plant to Honolulu, consigned to
Messrs. G. V. Macfarlane & Co.
NOW IS THE TIME I
The Equitable Life Assurance
Society of the United States,
terms. The additional fca
Are now selling their Bonds, and upon easy
ture oi insurance goes Willi every Uond.
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 New York Sun, April Axh, 1890.)
Tho Largust Bii3iniss Evor Transacted by a Lilo Assur
Tho new business of the Equitable Life Assurance Society of New
York for the first quarter of, tho present year is reported to exceed Fis;tt
Million Dollaus. This, is at the rate of I wo hundred millions of assur
ance for the year, and is unprecedented in the annals of life assurance.
Jfiyluformation cheerfully furnished to any who will write lo or call
upon the undersigned at his office.
ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Islands, Equitable Life Assurance Socictj
of the U. S. Jan-1-9G
Mr. . Horn has catered to all the
recent receptions on the U. S. F. S.
Charleston, in addition to the regular
service handsomely acknowledged in
the following testimonial :
U. S. P. S. ClIAltLESTON, )
Honolulu, H. 1., Aug. 5, 1800. j
During our stay in this port, Mr.
P. Horn has supplied us with bread,
cake and ices, audi, most cheei fully
commend him to all naval messes
for the excellence of quality of arti
cles furnished, and moderate charges,
as well as promptness and reliability.
I am pleased to give this testimo
ny in favor of Mr. Horn who has
served me on many previous visits
to Honolulu in the same stilisfaulory
manner. G. W. Wooiw.
Medical Inspector, U. S. N.
TH HONOLULU MINSTRELS.
The Honolulu Amateur Minstrel
Company will give their first per
formance on next Saturday evening
at the Hawaiian Opera House. The
performance will be given under the
direction of Mr. Y. L. Roberts,
stage manager; Oscar Herold, mu
sical director ; and M. II. Jones,
chorus dii color. Thu box plan will
be open next Thursday morning, at
nine o'clock, at Williams' Photo
graph gallery. The show will de
velop "local hits and gaglets" and
will conclude with a local afterpiece.
U.NITKD Statt.s Lkoation,
Honolulu, Nov. 24, 18'JO. J
Recognizing that the principles of
Christianity are esicntial to tho true
lifo of civllicd men. President Haul
sou has appointed TUUKSDAY, Nov.
'27th, to he obsenod as a day of prayer
and lliimkpglvliig, and Invites thu peo
ple of the United States on that day to
join in reuderliiK gratitude to our bene
ficent Creator for the blessing lie has
gran'cd to the Ameilcan Nation. lam
requested to give notice to Auieilcan
citizens In Honolulu, and all others who
sympathize with the American people
in ubsei vhiir a revered religious cus
tom, that there will bu services at the
Central Union Church and at St. An
drew's Cathedral, at 11 o'clock A. M.,
on the 27lh, and a cordial Invitation is
extended to the public to participate.
.JOHN L. STEVENS,
718 3t U. S. Minister l'len.
GREAT LAID SALE
EGAN i& Cr
KiijR: street Near IToi-t,
(Next to II. II. Mclntyic'i)
HdYing Removed Temporarily Will Open on MONDAY, Noy, 24th,
WITH A CHOICE LINE OP
Dry & Fancy Goods, Clothing, Hats, Caps, Etc
in all departments ex-bark "W. B.
NEW GOODS just leceived
Godfrey" and "S. S. Australia."
AH EL' QUENT PREACHER,
Huv. P. (Jovurno, h rortuijiiuKu
pilciil nnldliiK in California, Imu
linen prmiuliiug nil lunt wtiuk in thu
CuUiollu Cailiuilritl in Honolulu,
Uriju growls of Ioi1ihm Iiiivm
llHldiiuil lo lihn nvpiv uvnnlnii I nml
III wi'Iiiiiiih iir" will l) l iimwU'i
lili'iniii of viiiimuI hIdijiihikhi.
Iintl Humliiy Hid (Julliullii oliurflii
111 (NB!UI li woulJ nul Iwlil till'
IwUJIIUliii' JirWiDlH. I'ttUttU' Uuv-
LECTURE ON MENDELSSOHN.
Mr. F. M. English, '1. A., will
give the second. lecture in the series
of "Notable Musicians," on Thurs
day evening, Dee. ith in the Y. M.
C.'A. Hall. Tho subject will be
"Mendelssohn," und the lecture will
be illustrated by selections from the
works of that composer instrumental
and choral. A number of leading
artists and amateurs have kindly
given their services and a full pio-
gramme will be published later.
bufoki: m'cully, j.
Bankruptcy of Manuel It. Jardin.
On petition of U. L. Brito, a cre
ditor. The Court adjudges II. Jnr
din, a bankrupt. J. M. Davidson,
for petitioning creditor.
UCPOHB DOLK, J.
In re estate of Parker N. Makeo.
Probate of will. The Conrt admits
the will to probate and orders that
letters testamentary issue to E. D.
Tenncy and letters of administration
with will annexed to W. O. Smith.
F. M. Hatch for petitioners.
VTNCfr Pies of .superior (piaHty
lTl fresh to-day nt the Elite Ice
Cream Parlors. 717 lw
rrHANKSGIVING Day .Mince Pies,
I of extra tine quality. Free de
livery. Leave your order early at, the
"Klltu lee i 'i cam Parlor." 718 -It
Choice White Leghorn
COCKS & COUKtRELLS
FOR SALE 11V
71'i lw Cor. Fort & Queen fits.
Saturday, Nov. 29th.
All Aboard for Pearl City!"
TRAINS WILL LEAVE
THE HONOLULU ST TION FOR
PEAKL CITY, on Satin day. Nov.
L'ilth, at 8:15, 9:45, 10:J5. 11:45
A. M. and 12:45, 1:45 l. M.
Prof. Briglmm has kindly consent
ed to give the young men a second
address on "Physical Culture."
The lecture will be given in thu Y.
M. C. A. Hall on next Fiiday even
ing. Those who heard the former
addross will need no second invita
tion, they and all other young men
I k cii
At 'o. HO KIiik HI reel.
IV! CJ 3
I7KOM this (Into Mr. Win. I.lnhnmn
t will Hlgn our ill in iiauiu by pio
cur.Ulou. O V. M AOFARI.aK & CO.
Honolulu, Nov, 25, 18U0. 711) If
tSf To give everybody a cliancu to
make a final inspection of the Very De
sirable Property to be sold on that day,
IJuisos will meet every train at Pearl
City .Station for accommodation of pas
scugers who deshe to see nunc of the
AS?" Lunch will he served at the Pavi
lion by tho Proprietor of the Hamilton
House at 1 o'clock r. si.
THE SALE WILL COMMENCE
AT O'CLOCK I. .11..
&8t On the day of sale special tickets
for the roii ml trip will bo issued with'
liiui h coupons attached for thu bum
Itif Those who pi efer to can y their
lunch or make other arrangements cau
buy tickets for the round trip at the
regular excuraion rates (50 cents).
K&T The price of the tickets will be
refunded to each purelmscr of laud, at
the time ot hcttlciucnt.
ST A Special Train will leavo Pearl
Ulty at a o'clock r. si., on Nov. 2!th,
ai riving In Honolulu in tlmo for the
B. F. DILLINGHAM
J. rv 1 I 1E"W Y EAK
150 FAT c1 Kjf-FR,) 1 5 0
SQf- EARLY ORDERS SECUR'I THE CHOICE.
KEiNSRY DAVIS & CO.,
70G tf J'o- !S Fort Street.
P. O. Box 1172.
Having leabed the stores in the brick building known as the
"Lincoln Block," nearly opposite the old btaud,aud baving disposed
of Unit portion of my stock dam iged by the Into tire, and being
in receipt of New Goods per last steamer, and more on the way, I
am prepared to fill all onion, as before. Thanking tho public for
the liberal patronage bestowed on nie for tho past seven years, 1
hope by piompt attention to all ( rders to merit a continuance of the
fame. At the new btand shall bo pleased to see all my old cus
tomers, and as many now ones ai may find it to their advantage to
call. Island orders solicited and faithfully executed.
New Goods! New Goods!
General Manager O.
It. & L. Co.
'PENNSYLVANIA" it NEW EASY LAWN MOWERS,
HAVILAND CHINA, bILVElt PLATEDWAKE,
Jh' ISS O fci. JEJ JR."
Famous Grand Active tfe Golden Anvil
Wrought Steel Cooking Ranges
OIT .A.D j HI55IC-,
MEETING of thu Dltector of Iho
KhpIoIiiiiI Pnik AhKociutlnu will
hu hold at thu oilleo of V, G Irwin &
Co., on WEDNESDAY, thu atllh hint,,
lit 11 O'lllllllk A.S.
7IH lit tfmiHHuiy,
A MKKTINfi of Die IKmhIhI Tm
tmu uf Hut Honolulu Hdhnv Honin
Hm'h'ly will tin Imlil ill llin IIoiiiii uf tho
i 'mummi' in ('iniiiiiiii'ii un n .ii.m.
M V. Hit VUIII Ul. III 1 1 o Din 'I. A. l ,
ill luilitldui IjiiIIi I iiu pl.ilii Dili mulli'i
iUHST-CLASS tlremuiiaker; good
pay: only e.peilmiced hands need
apply, i oui'i' Foit and Hotel htieetn
(over EhillchV dry good utoru),
lUllllllUIII'l nil IJJii fi'llUHUl'l till UI u
iuw vaulwrt' lluiM.'1 A, (Ui UllMJlJ'
, MAItlCIKD t'oilplu. thu wife tiMln
' ilia I'liiiklng nml liotiiiiiwnik llm
hiuhiiliil lo intend t,u oiiinlilii woili,
hiiiMii, fowUi inllltlim. Addiim "Iiu
WMllitit O'lilcli I'm in," liiiplulmil 1'iuKi
Minimi 'I'nlt'iiliuiiK iw.1. imii 1 1
3" ALL SIZES -Hu
A Fine Stock at Reduced Prices
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tiny othor Hlovu in oxIhIiuu o,
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Whose Baking Qualities iuo Unsurpassed
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