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Bt No irc.inl day oy nay. In a short time the uews of the pro Cy ;.' fA'i'-I? "y-"'" "'
WHH tiib imiihIi Hum" imt rr iinne nho, tojnl iieurti-it posed race spicad through Tomsburg Jr -v m if-.-vs
t init ini'iiiian is aunnocv
Hr It Is not wi'll to TiDtc with iltill pnthlou
flHuC Tho IllRht or ilii)n or )rars;
Bd , Memory dupt'iulx not on proof by lslon.
jHRn" And lia no Toolfkli lean
iHK, The iiilRriint biitbi wlusi the) nro Houthwnnl
flpB,' I bllt
HM -l Tlilnk not of time, tlioy ko
Hh1 Full of know lilies, born of faith nnd luj;,
j'H' lliat tlicy aKutn Rlinll know
H i r -, Tho homes mid iiwuh which tliuy linwi left bflilml
jflK" "" them,
'H V '' "rnlil by ehniiRi' the nhtlo,
'n Tlio Routhrrn liuiiU tlicy xcclt "111 hut icmlwl
,HK , t or tlm north I lod'n Hiinmipr mnllu
B And no I know that jou will come to meet nit
tRR In tlinoM, i'll lnpd way;
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1 9V ;l Aa kindly as today
jHKRb -Washington I'ost
JR TEE END OF THE FEUD.
As fur buck ns the oldest inhabitant
could remember there liutl been ii feud
between the. I nanny mid the Spr.itts It
' hiid never been u deadly one, but it lutd
been very bitter for till that, and hud
caused n greut deal of 111 feeling, not be
tween the two familiesalone, but among
mnny others who through alliance with
either had been drugged into tho quar
rel. There were people, too, in and about
Tomsburg who tool: special delight, it
seemed, In keeping the two families
constantly in hot water by carrying
tales between the two houses. Often
thebe tales weie flimsy fabrications
woven from the imaginations of the tell
ere, which would have been readily de
tected as fiction by people less preju
diced against one another than the Ja
sons and Spratts, but as it was the buiy
- bodies nnd mischief milkers had an open
and fiee field wherein to exercise theii
more or lehs Ingenious art of htory tell
At the time of the ending of tho feud
Sim .litbou was tho leprcsentativoof one
side and ,lny Spratt of the other. They
weie both young men, uumariicd, and
intelligent in everything except tho one
Bubject of tho family feud, an exception
not to bo wondeied at, sinco they hud
imbibed prejudices against each other
with their mother's milk.
But time, the tesistless, that undci
niiued empties and causes them to tum
ble in ti night, briugs changes every
where. Sooner or later everything suc
cumbs nnd ib no more. Tho Tomsburg
feud ended in n night, and that, too,
when it seemed to have grown more
bitter and mora deadly than it had over
Tomsbuig is situated on the shore of
one of the many bayson tho Texas coast,
where nine out of every ton of the in
habitants own a sailing craft of' some
kind, the greater number being what are
commonly called catboats, on which
they make weekly trip3to tho adjacent
cities, carryi.ig the products of theii
gardens and OHs,
Sim Jason owned one of these boats, a
trim little ciati, and one of the swiftest
that plowed tho waters of the bay. The
little vessel had been named the Annie
after his sjsu,-r Like every other boat
man, Sim was touchy on tho subject of
being beaten by any other craft, but his
particular sore spot was u banter from
a the Spratt adherents tbat-Jay's boat, the
Lily, could outsail him tinder any and
Tho Lily, liko tho Annie, had been
named for the sister of its owner. II
was n now boat, understood to have been
built exprehsly to tieat tho Jason boat
Boast and banter ran high m conso-,
quonce, and high words wci o exchanged
daily between the backers of the two
One evening Jay and Sim met down
by tho bhore, whore they had come to
look after their boats. Both men weie
accompanied by friends.
"If 1 owned an old tub like that one
yonder," said Jay Spratt to his compan
ions, pointing to tho Annfoaud speaking
in tones loud cuough to bo heard by the
Jusou crowd, "I'd leave her to tho mer
py of tho wind and weather and let her
take care of herself."
"That tub, as you call her, can out
sail that box of yours," retorted Sim,
stopping and looking around defiantly,
"I don't believe it,"
'1 didnusk you to take my word for
It, Jay Spratt. But if you have the
spunk of u kitten 1 can prove it to you
this very night."
. "How?" asked Jay, affecting surprise.
"I'll sail you a raco to Redfish Hght-
x bouse and back. From tho looktfof the
-" sky wo aro likely to have all sorts of
weather winds and calms and squalls'
and our boats will have an equal
Jay considered a few moments. The
, sky looked tlueateuing awl the night
would bo dark Tho distance was twon
ty miles, and to go out on the buy with
every indication for n stormy night was
n riHky business, but Jay knew he must
cither (incept the hunter or back down in
disgrace, tacitly acknowledging tho in
feriority of his bottti and incurring be
sides the reputation of a coward. These
thoughts flushed through Ills brain, and
in a moment his mind was made up
Aye, lie would outbrave Biin iu accept
lug t!iu challenge
"I accept jour proposition, 81111," he
r Mild. Then he added, "And to make
the race more even for you I will uul)
tuliit winter Lily along to lii'lp me mil the
A wild yell of upproviil went up from
liW t'oiupaiiliini, for all knew Unit Ml
Ujnuti win an plunliy a girl as tltvii'
wiw In T'iiiliiig, uud llml bur MM
In liiiwllliitf a Ixiut wan mwmiii) only l
(Inil of tliu inM uxHrt ImmiIidvii In the
Ju tlivii Annie tlfMJli uuuiw uiujj I lit'
!gujlt. and julniiiii lui Uiuluw imh'w) llu'
uuibu fur I m iiiii4ti' HUu lull) 1 1 we In 11
Tlii mmiui tUiitJi vtw
ter hud said iiuothur slyiut, more wild
and more piolonged than the first, rent
in a Phort time the uews of tho pro
posed race spicad through Tomsburg
nnd in less than half an hour's ttmo men,
women and children weio congregated
upon tho shore, all taking a lively inter
est in the preparations being made there
Tho sun was just going down behind
a dark mus.s of clouds when Jay and
Sim, accompanied by their sistors, came
down to tho landing, where their re
spective It lends had hoisted fcnil on the
two boats and made everything ready
for a stmt
Tho young men made a hasty survey,
to see that their crafts weie in ship
6hape, and having satisfied themselves
that everything had been properly at
tended to grasped the tillers, gave the
signal to cast off and darted away from
tho shoro liko blids on snowy wings
amid lusty cheers from thoso left be
Tho sky looked rent and threatening
There was distant thunder and frequent
flashes of lightning. Dark, toweling
masses of clouds rose slowly upon all
sides of the lufcizon. The wind was due
east, blowing a BtifF breeze. The two
boats wero close hauled on the wind,
barely making their course. Tho water
was rough and the waves ran pretty
high, casting a drenching spiay over
everything as tho little crafts wero f 01 ced
straight through them. The crews of
the two boats the girls as well as the
boys wero well protected, however, by
long oilskin coats, reaching dowu to
their feet, nnd southwester hats.
For tho first ten miles it was a pretty
even luce, then tho wind died out com
pletely. Night had pet iu. Tho thuudei
sounded louder and closer, and tho light
ning came in blinding Hashes. The
clouds rolled upward from oveiy side un
til they met overhead. For a fow min
utes the thunder stopped its loud can
nonade and the lightning ceased: the
only sounds that broke tho silence being
tho dying murmur of a breaking wave
nnd the gentle swash of the water
against tho sides of the boats.
Tho darkness was intense; the air was
hotrand stifling. Then an ominous sound
came from a. distance a bound that the
occupants of tho boats had often heard
before a low murmur at first, inui cu
ing giadually in volume, until at last, ns
it drew nearer, it Eounded liko a roar of
wrath, mingled with shrill shrieks of
Sim aud Jay hastily lowered theirbails
and furled them snug und fast, and just
ns tho first chilly breath of tho squall
touched their sweat beaded checks mid
foieheads they threw the anchors over
Then the storm broke looso in all its
fury. Tho thunder roared more deafen
ingly, the lightning flashed moro blind
ingly than befoie. Tho phosphorescent
water gleamed as an ocean of (ire lashed
and driven before tho gale, Tho two
frail boats wero tossed like corks upon
the angry sea, but their anchors .held
them head to tho wind, while btrong,
nervous hands grasped tho tillers and
steadied them as they plunged up and
down among the furious waves.
Tho two boats beemed to be riding the
galo safely until buddenly the Annie's
cable snapped. The Annie was to the
windward of tho Lily, and when the
cable parted she drifted straight down
upon the latter TheV came together
with a fearful crash Thon came a
wave higher ciested and moio furious
than its fellows It burnt upon the
boats while they wero yet bide by side
sweeping their decks troin fore to aft.
at the samo time tearing them apait
nnd canying ono far astern of tho othei.
Jay looked mound for his t-ihlor. At
his feet, in the small cockpit in which he
was hitting, now half filled wifh water,
ho saw a motionless figure, which he
thought to bo lieis. tie 1 cached down
his baud mul dragged her towaid liiui.
A long and vivid filial-lighted up
eveiything nroufid him, rovealing ivt
stoad of tho expected face of his sister
that of Annie Jason.
At that moment a woman's piercing
cry rang out above tho voico of the
storm Jay.heard it and sprang to his
"It is Lily, and she is downing," be
cried. "I'll cut tho cable and drift
down with tho wind, I may bavo her
He started forward, and just then the
toppiug lift broke und the boom came
down with all its weight upon his head,
With a moan upon Ids lips ho sauk down
It was a week after the night of the
squall ou tho bay when Jay Spratt
awoke to consciousness again. lie was
at his liomo iu Tomsbuig. Two sweet
.faces were bonding over him, while the
arms belonging to tho possetsors of the
fades were wound lovingly around each
"You aie at home, Jay, and all is
well," said Lily, with a suiilo.
"And j ou didn't drownV"
"No, dear; thanks to Sim Janun, who
risked his own life to save mine."
"How did 1 get home""
But lieie the blushing Annie placed
her dUfiigiigud hand over Lily's mouth.
"Did you bail the boat and take ui
home, .Mit Jusou?" askuil .lay, looking
up Into her face,
"Yi's,"bbu wl.Upormj "but be ijiilol
now, and try to go to slcop,"
The gnuu iiuijuilty of tlin jwople In
'J'onulnngaie well pU'UPml to know Unit
the Imul butvvi-en the Jiuoii and tin
tiprnUs U at an en 1, A double welding
Is nnnmiucud tlieie to laltu iiIihid ii uaily
Muiiiimi.-'JwIiii I'. BJulamlvr InTJmw
puniixiiut. Ml Itmmnl.
&iljKJUJl WH M IUM lu l'l
urt.:.. i t I.1...C
Jlmw-ywil uttol inn) bmi wm
iihl.ll U'l,..i ,. ',..:
ifiui ir Mai iMitj
"li)UUll im "'iHWMiiW
Thotatio of passengers killed to pas
sengerscarried is, in Cngland nnd oil the
Continent, Iosh than ono-hiilf tho propor
tion of Ameiica
The Atlanta (Ga.) Journal bays that
New York. Boston and Philadelphia
capitalists itro going to build ji new rail
road from Atlanta to Savannah
Tho Locomotive Engineers' Brother
hood has a membership of 24,000, and
the younger Brotiieihood of Locomotive
Firemen claims nbout 11.000 members
American railroad men appear to be
in demand in the Australian colonies
Sovcial of the Australian pupors contain
advertisements asking for American
The now station of tho P&nnsylvaniu
railroad at Jersey City will bo the wid
est in the world, covering twelve tracks
with a binglu span It will be 250 feet
long, and the height to tho middle of the
roof will bo 00 feet.
The Now Vork and Now Haven Rail
road company intends to start an ocean
steamship line, with its American termi
nus at New Haven, wheie it has put
chased extensive wharfago prop-ity, and
proposes to ship New England freight by
that means directly to Curopo
Tho Michigan railroad commissioner,
Rich, makes tho following annual to
port: Total earnings. $87,210,720; in
crease for tho year. $7,440,318: total num
ber of passengers carried, SSI, 11)0,050; in
crease ovei' preceding year, 3,090,044.
average rate of pissengor fare per mile,
A Front'h railroad has hit upon a new
6omco of revenue In future people
who accompany their friends to any of
the stations on that line to Bee them of)
will be admitted on the platform only
on payment of u fee of one penny, in
return for which they will receive a
Bpecial ticket of authorization
A comparison between tho Pennsyl
vania railioad by.stom, as typically Amer
ican (7.881 miles), and the Prussian sys
tem, as typically European (10,800 miles),
shows total earnmgB of latter, 1887-88,
180.000,000, of Towner, $123,000,000:
passengers earned by Pennsylvania, 78,
000,000. by-Piussia, 101,000,000: freight,
Pennsylvania 122.000,000 tons, Prussia
MEN YOU HEAR OF.
Dr. Agnus, of Chicago, claims to have
hypnotized men at a distance of eight
P. T Baruum always takes tea and
coffee mied at regular hourly intervals
hduring tho day and night.
Stephen H. Tyng, the once popular
Ntiw York pastor, is doing an excellent
lifo insurance business in Paris
Ma.t, William Q. Moore, chief of the
Washington police, was private secre
tary to Pi esident Andrew Johnson
Prince Bismarck says that he speaks
better when he has a -bottle of Moselle
and a half bottle of champagne in his
Mr George Moiedith has become a
couvert to vegetarianism and intends, it
is said, lo write a novel in support of this
theory of living
Gen Nathaniel P Banks began his
career as a factory boy. He is still tall
uud stately, though midway between 70
and 8(1 years of age
Congressman Miller, of South Caro
lina, has only a slight strain of negro
blootl iu him Ho has a sou who is red
hailed and fieeklo luced
Charles A Dongheity, of Philadel
phia, secretary of legation at Mexico,
is a son ot Daniel DoughoUy, tho distin
guished orator and lawyer.
Baton Ilirsch, who was recently black
balled at a well known club in London,
quietly purchased the property occupied
by the club, und guve tho organization
notice to got ont
fix-Congressman Johu Turner Wait, of
Norwich, Conn.', whom no one would
take to be 80 years old, though ho is, has
presented Trinity college, Hartford, with
nearly a thousand volumes.
Professor Tyndall, whoso love for the
Alps has been u prominent characteristic
of his life, recently celebrated his sev
entieth biithday at his Swiss chalet,
high up among tho glaciers.
John Jacob Armstrong Astor, the 4-year-old
son of William Waldorf Astor,
had bis iiaiue changed to John Jacob
Astor, to correspond with that of his
grandfather and his groat-great-grandfather.
DOINGS OF ROYALTY.
Princess Ijouiso Huffers from neuralgia
Prince Albert ot i'rufsin, biinself an
expiftt bookbinder, is teaching hiaeons
The biiltau of Turkey has bestowed a
valuable decoration upon Bir Morell Jlao
liuiuie, the famouu Knglluli physician.
The iiioiberof the (ieriiiau i!inpri'i
wmh priibont at the I'jimIou I'lay Hi'eiitly,
uud noiiti d on a chair which cobt ten
limilirt niw the whole play
A Itinwiini jiriuto iiiumM lllioin Kul
roll' Iiiih biHiu huiijfixl at Vladlvuotoik
JJo wan a niptuiii u n Tohurlutc rel
inunt, ainl hiiiiiiiiih mIx puwmi In tbui
Muup in iuvviik" l"l " fuDntuil liiju.tk'o.
Tin) diiiiiui or of A tut i m haw i.ii1(wji ilnl
iipwniloj A!iW,uo(j tovuml tliu vmloiu
CuiiiU tvlildi liiivu buuii inui l for Mis iv
jtif of Uieuulft!inu by Uiv lull thwU in
jililuiullilui. Tliw iiliii(M, I llu inn)
pl' UuUiun. lJUVtl tflVUU WH)J)09
'w itiuii iwl luwiniD'fuHnlliruf
uul uidImidw, ull uf sMuU U lj.i u'ujd
m unv Uuii ui a KuwJuh IWW lliar-
T ' . tt . 7i
j OUN T WATBUHOOHb.,
linportvr and Dcab r In Genera i
Uiuhatidisi't iJlueen t., il"iilultt 1 j
JSTILDKR 6t OO.,
V DuiilciF in Liimher, 1'alnt.s,
lis, Nallb, Sal' and liullillnt; Materials
If evorv kind, ror. Kurt mid Queen sts.,
i. N. UaMlc-J B. 'j" on v P. t -th
, ahtLK a OoOltrt,
U Shipping mul Oumiui.-tn.i
trcliautB. Iiuporieis -uul Dealers u
unenil iMrr'tm iil'so .So mo iiii.it x
Luaurs, K. J. Louioj O. ill. llonhb
(succcssor lo Liiwoia, uiuiiouii.
iinpurlei:' mul OiMieit iji Luiab-r uuil tin
slnde ol Building Materials, t'ort street
.OIIIlltllK ," 1
. i i i ! I
. r , lONOUUtiO iHOJJ WOBKo,
KJftjlatlt&ieain i.ugines, ntigur millb, boil
a ..ouluij, ir in, brnia uud lend ciisl
igs, iiiHCliini'r.v ol ovuiy JcscriplMi
i.li hiijkIli ruriiciil'irauuutiou paii.
isliiji . nl-ii K. nuthiujr Job Aiirk ext
ncn u slinrl notice
il Vsio'40L.U ..V. c:o.
It .-I iJ Commission Agents.
3. W. MACFAEI.AH3G & Co.
UPOU'BI- VNiJ UOMMlSSIOh
jucen sircou- Hit' olulu. tt 1
GUNSALVWS & OO.,
Wholesale Grocers & Wmo Moroliant
Heaver Hlock. Honolulu,
BREWER & COMPANY,
dBNKUAT, MhlKMNI lt.lt ANli
LIST OP OFI'K'VUS
P. O. Jonks, Jr. . . .Precidcnt & Manage.
t. O. Oahtbh . 1 eifi'rei A ttocrotan
Hon. O.K. Bishop " O Ar.r.K.
T M. MONSARRAT,
Attorney at Law fe Notary Public
Mei chant Sticet, Honolulu. tf
J ALFRED MAGOON.
. AttoiucN in L-iw A; Notary Publo
173 42 Merchant meet, Honolulu, ly
LOKRIN A. THURSTON,
IIONOI.UM., II. I.
Oflloc over Bishop's Bink. C4G tf
Will practice lu the loner ourts of the
Kingdom as attorney, attend to collect
ing tu all its brunches, reining of houses
ami any other business enti listed tohlui.
Olllcc: 01 King btieet; upstairs.
-3B 1'JNV !
1 NATUitAL Mineral Water. For
il sale only by
W. ri. LUCK,
riole Agent & liupoiici for the Ha
waiian Islands. 523 tt
Ghistav A. Schuman
No. 79 & 81 : . King Street
At W. Wright &. Son's.
Having reuuivvd a full assortment of
Carriage Tiimuiliig Materials from the
Biut, I am pin ircii Ui oxi.cntc all orders
with neatni'" and dot patch at very rea
upr 7 0 h
Fort Street House,
IK 1 l-'oi'l Mi'iml,
Is the family hotel of Honolulu. All
the coinbiilH of Inline,
llooms with or without Board,
lioaid, per week, aeeoiillng toiooms
TraiHlniit, oeid.iy ,..W 00
hlnglo JlealH WIU'uIb
9iu to vn
Huiiiiin l.iirm. Mum ami .lit'. Ilol
mul !olil lliillii.
II. II. llttltltV,
IJolnl l-l., i MonolTilii,
J II. I'lHIIKH, I'ioji.
Jluiil and ItMilulUK. tur mU, (no
UlildlML' iu luwiiloii ut mum,,,
,,.,,,..,. ....iu on in !; oo
l'i imiiIujiIi I mi day 'J 00
iiiuju uwvt im wwa i ui
nuigUi l!wl M
HUM ll)Ulll, lTVMI'l ,, . tiki
tat Vlilwi Mill Uud iW uiii'.Ol lit"
111 UJI M
u m my, iiik n4w
lu4 iuiu iwij
nnovi r o nnnir I
oaoiLc o ouunc, i
T.irt 1?ia A 7VTrt3vi a I
w, liu , .nu
Insurance Agents !
New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Co. ol Hartford.
Klri A .ll'irlnc
OK H.N KltANOISCO, OAI.lKlMlNIA.
.Inn 8 Ml
From and after this date, u Kegulnr
Fi eight Tiain will louo Honolulu for
Honouliuli and way Stations, Evkky
Day (excepting Sunday), at 10
o'clock A. M.
g)G Hereafter no Freight will be
received for shipment, by Passenger
Trains, except by special arrange
ment. LOAIIU RAILWAY & LAND CO.,
W. U. ASHI.KY, SUpt.
Honolulu, Dec. 0, 181)0. 730 lm
Pioneer Shirt Factory
104 Fort St., Upstairs.
The undersigned Iicrs to inform tie
ubli.-of these Islands tlint he h malum
liivlN ly IV1 (Miu'cmcnl '
ni'cctions for self-measurement -vil
be given on applleatlnn
Shite Shirts, Overshlrts & Hight 6ovn
fl guarantee by mnkliig a ampli
rihlrt to every order
Itland ortlur iulicltd Boll TclcphonR 41
Steam Candy Factory, Bakery
ICE CREAM PARLORS,
Will again have on hand the largest
Emit, Gliroi, MM, Jelly
To suit the most fuslidioiis tastu and
oriianii'iited in F. lljoin's well-known
Hlyle and iu gioat variety.
Of endless vaiiety of homo ninnufnc
turc, both plain and fancy.
lticlily nriiainoiited ami plain. Also,
Fixings for decouttiiig Xiiins
Rich Mince Pies,
Of Horn's well-known good quality.
A1m, for ulo
MINCE -:- MEAT,
Faicy & Plain Pastries,
IN Till: nitHATKKT VAIIIKI'V.
j Unaranteed lo lm of the rieliwt nnd
ptirucl iiiulily ; nuld at the hone-st
pi lit of only
$2 Per Whole G-allon
TlimnM'nll nnd comiiirn yniii
mill uud oblige.
J'lii)illiiin , Unit I fliiud, iui'ti
Furl ti Niiiiniiii.
WW JiOTH nUA:UQlM 74
i'llH'lHgW liOIHUH Pm' Hllllt
iuvi; lm Min til
"4 A ,'' iirti.S
rjmf limn. mmM) Ui-
srwt) tfst iii
m 18i)0 If
- riinrmiirihPiM --
Will stand for a short time at
Greenfield Stables, Kapiolani Park.
Duki: Spknckk Is a daik bay, 4 veura
old; stands 166 hands high; klud and
1? K3 I G R, 10 111 :
By Dnko of Norfolk.
1st dam Lou Spencer by Norfolk
2nd dam Ballerina... by Imp Ualrowulo
3rd dam Ilcuuio Farrow
by imp. Shamrock
4th dam Ida by Imp. Balshazzat
Gth dam Madam Uosley (Gamma's
Dam) by Mr Klchard
0th dam Nancy Nlchol.. .by imp. Eagle
by Wilkes' ouder
8th dam by Chanticleer
9th dam by Imp. Sterling
10th dam . . .' by flodltis
11th dam bv.lmp. Silvercye
12th dam by Imp. Jolly llogcr
13th dam by Imp. Partner
1-Jth dam by Imp. Monkey
15th dam Imp. nunc from the stud of
.,...-Hull ison, of Urandou
H?" Best of care taken with autmals.
In cisc of accident no lcsponslbllity
will be assumed.
W. II. KICKARD,
0W tf Honokaa, Hawaii.
3 alflwin Locomotives
The uudei signed having been appointed
sole agents for the Hawaiian
For the Celebrated
li oni the woiks of
Burham, Parry, Williams & Co.,
Are now piepared to give estimates and
receive orders for these engines, of any
size and style.
The Baldwin Locomotivk oukj
aie now manuf.ictuiltig a style of Loco
motive particularly ad ipted
For Plantation Parposes,
A number of which have recontly been
leceivedat these Islands, and we will
have pleasuic iu furnishing plantation
agents an I maiiagers with piiitlculai
The supeilonty of these Locomotive
over all other makes h not only known
hero but is acknowledged throughout
the United .States.
Win. G. J ItWI N & Co., L'd,
Sole AgentB for Hawaiian Islands.
4C2 d-li!4 w-ly
Watches For All !
ON A WKBKI.Y I'AV.MIIKT Ol'
WILL OIVE A
James Boss' Filleil Gases.
Tliexe Oiitfeu an; the bet-t in the
niaikot; are gtiiiriiiiteed to be ntado
ol 'I wo rintuu of M Carat Oold, with
l'lato Oniiipiixitioii betwiiMi.aiid wiit
leu gtuiriiiilci from tho factory. Full
Jtiwulled Wnltliiiii) Movuiifiit, Kini
raiilt'cil to keep llhu lime,
Tliuho WiitcliuH am iinfurable to
gold wuli'lu'H, bncaiiM) llie liiihen am
l ill', and perfectly unfit for the inuvn
incut. THvi-ry niniiiburHut liU wutuli
willilii If week, (hill mul oeu our
wnlclii'H. It in a lliii'iippoiluiiily in
t!tt a (ilinap mul 11 ut vvntrli in a
CALIFORNIA WATCH CLUB CO.
llutul nl , iiiiiIki ihu "AlllllUlnn."
Contractor rJiifsmv h Mul dr.
Ijmiiilnlii buium VU)m HIMi ljilu
I uurmM ull iiiiI MnulilliiK!
uW TunJw.fcifliiJ HdwI
J. W. LUNINB
Corner Fort & Qneen Streets.
Commercial :-: Typewriting.
IN ALL ITS BRANCHES.
or Nan I'raiiclHro,
(Proprietor of the Redfern House, Mar
ket Street, under Palace Hotel),
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No. m Beretania street,
lietweeti Piikol & Kccauinoku sU.
Ladies' Tailoring Dressmaking
RldliiK HublU, Qeiitilue Talloi-umde
C'oBtuiueH, TravelliiK UlHters, Jacketa,
all the Latest 1)oIj;iib In
Promenade and Evening Coitumw,
DAI ICY FOItMALICI
fpill miUurihft' b(inj
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KliiKdom leuipnrurlly, of.
fur fm Mile III wull-elab.
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Milium Vulli'Vi four mill1 from flouo
lulu J'oel Ulllru. iiiii now iIoIiik bu.U
iii'm of IhiiiiIihI ilnllwiii pur inontli,
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