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OAMJ RAILWAY & LAND COS
fr'tum AM AKTl'.H MAY 1. 1HIU
XB A. IN Jit
A.M. A.M. I'.M. P M
Leave Honolulu. ..0:t5 840 1:45 4:30t
Arrive llonoullnll.. 7:20 !M9 2:4!l G:8rf
Loavo Honoiillull..7:30 10:018:51 5:4rf
Arrivo Honolulu. ..8 :3.V U:ffi 4:S5 0:C0
1'KAllI, CITY I.OOAI..
Arrivo Pearl City....... .
Loavo Pear' Clly..0:0:t
Arrivo Honolulu, ..0:40 .
t Saturdays only.
TIiIcb, Hun nnil Moon.
nY C. J. LTONf).
ti U5 r
3 a, I a
KiistuuXilerof tho iiioun on tlie Ctli nt21i,
41m. p. in.
Tlie tinio olfjiinl for the poit Is Riven lit 12h.
Dm. 0se. (lniUiitKlitl of Uroenwlch Units 01
Hi. 28in. iHsec. p. in. of Honolulu Obscn ntory
tJinu. It ixKixun by tlio steam wlilstlo of tlio
Honolulu riiiMliiK ami, u few doom above
tlio Custom House. Tlio sumo wlilstlo Is
sounded conrttly ut Honolulu liicim noon.
Observatory ineilillaii, or loll. 31in. 20soo. of
FRIDAY, JAN. 8, 1892.
Sum-Jas Makce fiom Kauai
KUnr Leliua from Hamakua
Stmr V G Ilall for Maui and Hawaii at
10 a in
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Jas Makec 270(5 bags sugar. 2'J
bills molasses and 14 pUgs sundries.
For Maui and Hawaii per stmr W O
Halt, J.mS CC Burnett. Mi Holstein,
Alee Kong, John Ii Kekaula, L A Thurs
ton, N oi man Logan. T K It Ainalu, Mr
Smithies, V O Smith, O V Balkwan
and fiO tloek.
The bark S C Allen, T Thompson
master, vhleh arrived yesteiday from
Departure Bay bi ought 1120 tons coal
and about 3000 feet lumber, consigned to
Allen & Koblnsou.
The steamer Jas MaUeo ai rived this
niornlug and repotted rough weather.
She brought six passengeis.
'The schooner UObeit Lewers will
shortly finish dUchaigliig lumber'.
'The steamer Kinau will be duo fiom
Hawaii am Maui on ' unday morning.
1 Xlie'steumer W Gi Hull loftiier moor-
ugs shortly aftqr I'll o'c'lock tills morn
ug for windward ports.
The Sunday School of the Second
Congregation of St. Andrew's Cathe
dral had a joyous Christma9 Tree
gathering, latt evening, in the school
room on the Cathedral premises. A
large assembly of pupils, teachers,
members of the congregation and
others took part in the merry-making.
The tree was a towering pine, bril
liantly lighted and well laden with
the afrults of the season." At C :30
p; m., the school mititered, by
Classes, 'aboqt tlie tree.' fljjuslo,
;ocal and instrumental, preceded the
bUBt of Santa Cjaqs' )orri. The old
gentleman made his appearance in
duo older, lie was in line condition,
claborutoly accoutred, and withal in
exceedingly good humor. Some two
hundred presents were awarded, the
last but not least of which was a. very
big doll given to a very wee tot of a
Sunday School scholar, Gertrude
Tinker, who had won this distinction
by regular attendance and good con
duct. The venerable and jolly old
man then blew his farewell trumpet
and retired. Ice cream and cako
were Handed round and thp corppuuy
dispersed.' The event throughout
was a decided success.
'(.'jie Hoyal Jlawujjan, HJitary
Hand, will, giyo ft publip concert at
IMiniiinn Hnnnrn Ihli nvflninir. fin in.
inenclng at7i3Q o'qoi'li. Tlio
lowing is the program i
i i"tT. ... - '.- .-.v. M-m ---.,
March Band Is Coining. fichlld
Ovei ture-Jolly Stuilonls Suppo
Chorus Herald Angels Beyer
Heloetlon Grmul Duchess.... Offunbxcli
Hope uo uei. yai, Mamuiu. jica Qp,
AJptloy Itepollcctjoiis of tlio War..
mi IMIJ" MtjM !!, Boypr
Giilop From House to Mouse Faust
WORTHY oVa TRIAL.
it you are troubled wjlh rieuna-
tislu 9r ii laine'uaok', bind on' over
thcBcut of pain a 'piece of flannel
hiiiipeiied with ChainberlaiiiV Pain
lalra. you w(ll lip Bunirjspd at tl)p
irbinpt relief it affofis. Q cent
jottleg for stlo by a'l tloolprs. Hew-
oii j Smitli & Co., agputs.
, . t-y .
ituiri lrtwnt8 don't lorfyt'fc
tiintiil'ivturo 1h among tlio
vry fount and that tho placo
to got hii ch thinga is at King
Broa , Hotel Street.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
FiHiKUARY 3rd will bo Election Day.
Thk bitnd will play nt ThomaB
Square this evening.
Monthly rillo match nt 11. 11. A.
range Saturday afternoon.
It is reported Unit a Portugueses
campaign sheet will bo issued shortly.
Don't forget the phonograph exhibi
tion at Y. M. 0. A. Hall this evening.
A rare treat.
DivonoK cases were heard in the
upstairs courtroom of tho Supremo
Court this forenoon.
Diamond Head Station, 3 o'clock
this afternoon: Charlie reports very
clear; wind, northeatt.
Hon. John Phillips has boon out
for two days, after being laid up with
sovoro Illness for several weeks.
Marines and blue jackets of the
U. S. 8. Pensacola had battalion drill
on Palace square this morning.
Thk baseball match between the
volunteers of No. 1 and-No 2 will take
place to-morrow at 2:30 o'clock.
The bark S. C. Allen brought 1120
tons of Departure Hay coal, which
will lelicvo somewhat the scarcity of
coal for household uses.
Mechanic Engine Co. No. 2 will
meet at the Dell Tower this evening,
to fill the vacancy caused by tho re
signation of Foieuian James H. Hunt.
The Native Sons of Hawaii will
probably adopt tho Liberal Party's
licket for Road Board: HOn. A. Fer
nandez, S. O. Dwight and S. Mnhc
lona. Mebshb. L. A. Thurston and W. O.
Smith left on the steamer W. Q. Hall
for Maui this morning oh a stumping
campaign in the interests of the lie
The Weather Service Bureau re
ports the trade winds returned at 10
o'clock this morning, with rapidly
rising .barometer, indicating warmer
The Honolulu Arion held their
annual meeting at Arion hull yester
day evening. Owing to the amount
of business transacted the election of
officers was postponed till next Thurs
Mk, L. J. Lovoy will hold an auc
tion sale of household furniture at his
salesroom, to-morrow -it 10 o'clock
The furniture comprises a largo and
varied assortment, suitable for intend
The Honolulu Athletic Association
did not meet yesterday evening, owing
no doubt to counter attractions. 'I he
meeting was postponed till Wednes
day noon, at tlio ofiiccof C. J. McCar
thy, Mcichant street.
Mr. J. L. Kaijmjkou, candidate of
the Hui Kalaiaiua for Koolaupoko,
has been invited by the residents of
Kaneohc to address them Saturday
evening. Mr. Kaulukou will leave for
that district to-morrow.
Mn. E. H. F. Wolters, manager of
tho Iloyal Saloon, will give the Hono
lulu Arion a grand layout on Feb
ruary 22d, in commemoration of his
birthday and that of Geoige Wash
ington, tlie father Of his country.
H. Kawewehi and Kainuwai, pre
viously reported in thov Bulletin as
having been arrested for selling liquor
without licenso, wore found guilty
and sentonced to pay fines of $200
each. Both defendants noted an ap
peal to the Supreme Court.
In tho window of the Pacific Hard
ware Co.'s store is a cucumber of If
lb., grown at Silver Oaks, Pearl City.
Mr. J. L. Torbort, owner of tlie resi
dence so named, lias planted two rows
of silver oaks on either side of Lehua
avenue and, tyth and 10 streets.
Men's prayer meeting in tho Y. M.
C. A. parlors to-night, from 7 to 7:30.
Subject: "Our Elder Brothers." Bi
ble leferenco'; Heb,royte2. Owing to
the sor.v'ices h tlie clmrches the Y. M.
C. A. prayer meeting will begin at 7
p. m , and last for half an hour.
The Y. M.. O. A. has reqoived from
Mr. J. L. Duncan two volumes of Wil
son's "Tales of tho Border" for its li
brary. If others will only follow Mr.
Duncan's example there will soon bo
not only a free reuding loom but also
a free library at tho Y. M. C. A. Who
will bo next ?
The road leading to the Insano
Asylum is in a dangerous condition.
In places it is too narrow to allow car
riages going in opposite directions to
puss, and when they meet, as is a
daily occurrence, one or tho other has
to back to whore there is room to turn
out. When tho' road wa built some
years ago, prppe'rty-ovrriora' gavo tho
land for a roatl thirty feet wide, but
owjng t,o on,ly SUJQQ hojng appro
priated by thp 1-iegislaturo for' tho
work the load Supervisor did only us
much as he could for tho amount.
A runaway back on King street
was slopped in a novel aud interest
ing way yesterday evening. Reuben
Dexter rode out on a Rudgo safety
(jbout Q :Q o'clock inn abreast 'Tho?
inqs Square ho heard, the nqisy rattle
of wheels in the rear. Glancing
back ho 'noticed a hack coming along
full tear without a driver. Dexter
drove his vehicle and gained on tho
runaway about a hundred yards. Dis
mounting he stood in front and wav
ing his arms surprised the animal,
(inil before the hprsa couki recover
Deitcrt' 'nailed bluf : ' Good
Reuben. Ii '
THERE IS NONE BETTER.
D;r. l, Tj. 8,t. Jolifl pf Ifowloml,
Putnam' epinty, lijssoHtj, takes es
pecial pleasure in rppotnmeqdiu(j
Plimill4erin8 Cough flpmedv, UP;
pausp lie knowB jt to bo reliable. He
lias used it in his practice for severnl
years, and sny ttipro is none butter.
It la especially valuublc for voids and
as a preventive and cure for cioup,
This most excellent mddicine is for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agenta.
MEASURES AND MEN,
ADOPTED 8Y THE MECHANICS
Large and Harmoniout Voeling. Spocchcs
by Public Men.
Over one hundred pcrsoni attended
tho postponed weekly meeting of the
Mechanics' Union at Robinson Hall
yesterday evening. In the absence
of Hon. John Phillips, president,
vice-president Dan MoKonzie pre
sided. The meeting was called to
order nt 7:45 o'clock. The following
names were proposed for member
ship and duly elected: J. J. Egan,
Jno. Reilly, P. S Saylor, W. Lucas,
T. J. King, F Klinkerstcin, W. Boyd,
D. II. Dayis, Peter Craven and J.
Mr. R. More, as chairman ol the
Executive Committee, reported that
they had thought considerably over a
platform and had decided to meet
with the Executive Committee of tho
Hui Kalaiaiua. Consequently they
held a meeting in conjunction with
the same committee of the Hui Ka
laiaiua on Wednesday evening, and
came to the conclusion to adopt a
deliverance which he would ask the
Secretary to read.
An intermission of five minutes
was then taken for contributions to
the welfare of the Union, at the ex
piration of which the chairman an
nounced the result as $15.50.
Hon. J. S. Walker, president of
the Legislature, having entered was
accorded by the chairman a chair
on the platform, which he accepted,
being applauded as he took the posi
tion of honor.
PLATFOKM OF THE NATIONAL I'AUTY.
Ahucle 1. Wo shall suppoit
measures perpetuating the Independ
ence of the Hawaiian Islands as a
Kingdom under the rule of a horn
Alii of the soil in opposition to any
oilier form of Government.
Akt. 2. That there may be no
undue depression in the internal com
merce and agricultural pursuits now
existing, and that encouragement
tending to promote the cultuie of
fruits on areas of unused lands be
increased, wo shall suppoit a new
Commercial Treaty with the United
Stales of America, but not on the
principle of annexation or by ceding
any portion of our territories.
Aut. 3. As the underlying prin
ciple of the National party is the
protection to and representation of
the working men in the affairs of the
government, therefoic, all measures
for the advantage of the woiking
classes must be promoted, and such
as might be subversive to their rights
and interests must be opposed ;
whilst recognizing at the same time
that capital and labor must go haud
in hand, or one or the other suffer.
Art. 4. The amendments passed
at the last session of the legislature
mark the attitude of the National
party as to the fundamental law of
the Kingdom. This party stands
pledged to support all such amend
ments which may commend them
selves to the intelligence of the
Aut. 5. It is possible that other
amendments may be necessary, and
the action of the party at the last
legislature must be taken as an ex
pression of their future intentions.
Akt. C Our candidates shall be
pledged to make some of the public
officers of tho Kingdom elective, ex
cepting Cabinet Ministers, the higher
Judiciary, members of "the' Privy
Cduncil, representatives to foreign
countries, and officers of the royal
guards of the Queen.
Aut. 7. We favor strict eoonomy
in the expenditure of the public reve
nues, but not to such a degree as to
delay or prevent the carrying on of
necessary internal improvements.
Aut. 8. Our party considers tho
improvement of Honolulu harbor as
paramount in importance to any pub
lic work, and pledges its candidates
to further that work by liberal ap
propriations, and demands of the
Administration the steady continu
ance and swift completion of tho un
dertaking. Aut. 9. As next in importance,
being also of a like nature, our party
favors repairs and extensions of
landings, roads and biidgea through
out the kingdom,' considering all
revonues spent in that behalf as well
Aut. 10. Our party demands that
all work and material needed by the
Government shall be procured within
the kingdom so far as practicable.
Aut. 11. Wo favor tho continu
ance of unremitting service tn the
care of the health of the people,
especially the health of the native
Hawaiian people who have b.ecamo
yictjmg at leprosy j therefore, moa-
8urps, wueretiy me most improved
methods of treatmont known here
and in foreign lands tending to alle
viate the condition of lepers, or to
cure that portion of our unfortunate
fellow-citizens, shall become our
aims. Measures shall be undertaken
for the benefit of those suspected Qf
having leprosy ; lra,o shall "be gWcri
theiri'beforo they are entirely segre
gated, ' wherein they may be given
tho benefit of medical treatment, 'and
inducements be offered, th,ps.o need
ing to Iff Vbeee remedlps. Measures
to, further tuprove the condition of
affairs a.t tbu Settlement for lepers, on
Mplokai'Stliflll pave our suppoit, and
tp wurd off otlier tliinga now entail
gering tlie hea.tli of tlio people at
Aut. 12. Our party has been true
to its promise to secure tho restric
tion of Chinese Immigration and to
prevent Chinese competition against
white aud uatlve working men find
NVe eudanietuu policy
of restriction as wiso ntul beneficial,
and require our o.ihiiidatrs to main
tain legislation supporting that pol
icy, and lo strengthen it by amenda
tory enact incuts if necessary.
Aut. 13--We fuvor and require
our candidates to make such levl
sions and modifications of the laws
governing the assessment and collec
tion of internal tnxes as will meet
tlie changed indtistiial conditions of
the kingdom and tlie exigencies of
the times, and theteby secure n just
distribution of the burden of taxa
tion. Aut. 11 The improvement of
methods for the general education ol
the people will claim the attention or
the parly. If the. suffrage is to be
extended It is essential thai voteis
should be educated and intelligent
Aut. 15 The admirable work done
by the higher schools under life Boaul
of Education, so ably furthered by
the St. Louis and Kamchamch schools,
is fitting a class of worthy llawaiians
as teachers for district schools, and
it may be desirable to modify tlie
policy of the board so far as to make
places for Hawaiian tcaeheis.
The readlug of the platform was
frequently interrupted by hearty ap
plause. Mr. It. Moie moved that the plat
foim be adopted us the principles of
tho Mechanics' Union and the Na
tional Reform Party. Adopted unan
imously. The same gentleman then asked
that the names of the candidates be
The secretary then rend tlie fol
J. A. Cummins,
J. N. S. Williams,
A. P. Peterson,
Hon. Paul Neumann.
Ward I. Jos. lleleluho.
Ward II. Jno. Kanui.
Ward III. Jno. Kekipi.
Ward IV. Jno. Poe.
Ward V. Jno. A. Kalioonci.
FOU ISO AD HOARD.
S. C. Dwight,
The candidates as a whole
Mr. More then stated that the exe
cutive committees of the Union and
Hui had decided to hold a mass
meeting at an early date, presum
ably on Monday evening, when the
candidates were to address them.
Hon. J. S. Walker being called
upon for a speech said that he
thought it premature to make politi
cal speeches on the issues of the day,
as it would be time enough when the
candidates expressed their views.
He fully endorsed the sentiments of
theplatfotm. It was not an easy mat
ter to moke a platform to su't c very
body, as it was hard to make one lo
suit oneself. The speaker thought
the platform was a good one in a
general way, and he hoped they
would stand by it. Of their candi
dates, he was familiar with all the
Nobles, but of the Representatives
he know but a few. He thought
them good men who would.tand by
the principles of the party. Their
candidates in the last Legislatuie did
not do much, perlmps, but next lime
they will do better.
Hon. II. A. Widcmann was very
much pleased to see the meeting so
quiet and oiderly. He attended the
meeting with the expectation of wit
ncssing'a rumpus, out as had been
seen he was disappointed. Yesterday
he was in hopes of a nomination front
them. At the same time lie was con
tented and happy. 11,0 expected all
to vote stinigbt and to ' stand to
gether. Hon. E. C. Macfarluuc did not
think that cvciything could be done
perfect. Tlie ratification meeting
would bo, as has been slated, next
week, and, as the Hon. Mr. Widc
mann had said, he hoped that the
Union and the Kalainina would vote
straight. That gentleman has set
them an example and he thanked
him. There will be several tickets
brought forward shortly and that is
the rca on why he would ask all to
Mr. II. Mills would like to know
whether the candidates had signified
their willingness to uphold tlie plat
fonu. Mr. Macfarlano -It is not neces
sary. Tiiue cnoug'li at the mass
Mr. Widcmann When the candi
dates weie elected they were surely
elected under the platform and were
supposed to endorse it. If they
fuiled to do so, why they can step
Mr. Qiiinn as a member of the
executive commiltco said they had
appointed a committee to consiill U(U
candidates with icgaid, to, their viewa.
The meeting ' utljonrned at 8 :30
o'clock, subject to the call of the
SUPREME COURT-JANUARY TERM.
Tho Queen vs. Hiku, Jos. Piho
alius J. l'uni, Keliikuewa and Ka
meeu. Maintaining lottery, 'Ap
peal from Police Court of Honolulu.
Acquitted. ' NaVahi for defendants.
The Queen vs. Ilai. Liquor sell
ing. Appeal from Police Court of
Honolulu. This, case ocoUpicd the
wliolp of tlio forenoon. The Jury
retired at 1 i :-10" o'clock and at 2
'o'clock thjtj afternoon had not re
turned, FOR ABUSE OF ALCOHOL
Ue lIurMfortfrt Arid I'lioMphuti.
Dr. W. E. Ouank, Miteholl, Dak
suysi "It bus proven ulmostn specific
for this disorder; it cheeks the vomit'
ing, restores the appetite, ai, at tli
same timo iay! ihu'fear of impend
iug'ditskolution, that is so common to
0flc Summer -in Hawaii"
aviTiigo person that mosqui
toes, ants and roaches tire
Kegurdiug this we can help
Our new remedy called
"Tlie Mosquitoes' Enemy"
will convince you that mos
quitoes are not so terrific after
all. We advise you to try it
and he convinced.
Our "Ant Poison" if used
according lo directions will
convince you that you never
had any stronger than ours.
As for roaches we can give
you a hint that will make you
a regular patron at the New
Drug Store, where everything
is xkw and Fiucan.
That reminds us wo have
just received a lresli lot or
Mosquito Powder that is war
ranted to be just the thing.
All of this and' more at
IIOKKO.V, SIEWM l. & OO.'S
IJe-v Jtriiic Bloro
Auction Sales by James F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OF
Oi TUESDAY, Jan. 12tli,
AT IO O'CLOCK A. .11 .
At the rcMtlenec of Mr. N. Kelpy, Vine
yard btieet, I will sell at Pub
The Entire Household Furniture
Wicker Rockers & Easy Chairs,
Hugs, Hnugimr Iimp,
Curtains and Poles,
Spring and Wool Jlattrasses,
Extension Dining Table,
Fine Oak Sideboard,
Dlning-rooui Chaiis, Meat Safe,
STOVE & KITCHEN UTENSILS,
A line collection of
Ferns & Plants, Etc.
BQy Premises open for Inspection
Monday, Jan. 11th, from 'J o'clock A.
to 2 1-. si.
JAS. F. MOItGAN,
FURNITURE AT AUCTION!
To bo sold at Public Auction, at J AS. F.
MORGAN'S SaleMoonit on or about the
14th OF JANUARY, 1892,
The following articles of fuiui
, ture fceied by dls'tralbt for lent
f i om Maiualulu:
1 Kua Iti'tlNteiul,
1 Stove mid Fixtures,
1 Sewing Huchliu-,
t Iliivcuii, i'ictiyeM.
1 Table mid, liuirx,
1 Lump. Orockerywnre,
Beds and Uidclothmg. I ( lock and other
articles. J. O. CLUNKY.
Next Friday Evening
WILL BE GIVEN !
AST Tickets for sale at Tin iiiii'h Book
store ami Ludwlgseu & Ci oil's.
Admission . . .
MRS. FLORENCE WILLIAMS
Course of Lectures
JANUARY 6, 1892,
At Jilts. SAN FORI) U. DOLli'S at 10
o'clock A. 51.
Mill.;. Uo ritaiil.
Jo. Jdllot'M Woi'Hh.
Subscription $3; Single Admission $1.
Mus. W. F. AI.LBN,
HAWAIIAI HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreekels' Bank, Honolulu.
HOLIDAY GOODS! "
An Unequalled Assortment and a Variety toSiiltallTistes.it
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
HANDKERCHIEFS! HANDKERCHIEFS !-A most
Complete Stoek, the very latest designs and extremely Low Pi ices. Como
and see our assoitment of White Embroidered Ilandkereluefb that we offer
for 25 cents.
FANS, FANS, I" Great Varioty, Latest
Lisse Fans, in Black, White and Delicate Sliadcs;
Black and Fancy Colors. Feather Fans.
HAND RUN BLACK L.ACE SGAKFs).
Pure Silk, extra long and wide.
Hand Satchels, Chatelaines, Card Cases and Purses. A Fine Assortment
of Embroidered Pongee Drapes and Hand Painted Silk Tidies,
in Dainty and Delicate Shades. WHITE SILK EMHUOIDEIIED WRAPS
and PURE SILK SHAWLS. Fancy Table Covers and Tabic Scarfs.
Ef If you are in seaich of Holiday Goods you will do well by examin
ing our goods and prices, before making your purchases elsewhere.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco
AGENTS XOli TUB LEADING
iST- NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER, -a
Call at Egan & Bunns
AND EXAMINE THEIR NEW STOCK
Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchiefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks,
Fans, Etc., Etc.
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY 1
We aie showing a choice Hue of Ladles' & Gentlemen's
fJiiht tlie tiling for a Ululttimis present.')
Silk Umbrellas in Ladies' & Guntlemoirs.
tST FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES. -xSa
Call at B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s, 99 Fort St.
FOR A FINE SELECTION
Such as TOILET OASES, MANICURE SETS, COLLAR & OUFF BOXES,
GLOVE A HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ALBUMS,
Elo Etc., before tho assortment is broken.
LADIES' jta.o;es::et .
AND A NKlV IMI'OKTATfOM Ol"
DRY & FANCY GOODS.
Z&T Will keep open cvculuga from biitiinluy. Dec. Itith, to Christinas, -a
c. j. McCarthy,
Nkv Cummins' Bi.ook, Mkhcjiant Smi:ct.
EAL ESTATE BROKE
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED. COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Routs Colloeled and Houses Rented.
tjB" Any business entnibtvd to me will rccuho prompt attention. tfM
I11KQ leave to notify tho public that I
liavu btarteil a lionm bliooluj; xlioi)
lit No. 81 Kill,' stieel, next to Wrluht .
.Sons' eairluyo factory, where I will bo
;lail to meet my old fiiumla and new
ones also. We maku a hpeclulty of Ursl
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hitci felloe, uiul Can Kelp ull luiuo horses.
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Christmas is a
thing of the
piisl to-dtiy, and among other
things our merchants found
lots of I. O. U.'s in their
Most people owe something
as a result of the "holidays,
hut you owe it to yourself
particularly that you buy
where you can get the best
for the least money. In the
matter of all kinds of Hard
ware, Silverware and Goods,
usually and unusually, sold
in hardware stores, we think
our place answers the require
ments of everyone.
Novelties; Lace and
Hand Painted Fans in
It a v 111 soon be too late to.
Bund rumuinlmmcu&to yomr
IriumlH abroad. So go at
oncu to King Bros., on Ho
tel Htruot, and got hodiu of
thulr protty and novel "Ha
waiian" Clirititmas Curila.
lor the purpose.
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