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tlluu. It Is given by tliu strum ulilitloof tlio
lloiiotiilii riuulni; Mill, ii tew ilomi nliovo
tliu Custom House. Tim suinu wlilntlo Is
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MONDAY, JAN. 11, 1892.
y t in r CIhihIIiiu from Miiul
Stmr Kluau from Maul and Hawaii
Stmr Iwnlaiil from Kauai
Stmr Hawaii ironi llmuuktta
IS S Rio Janeiro from Yokohama and
Stmr James Mnkco for Kauai
Sehr Lnvlnia for llaimpepe
StiiirLuhmi for Nun and llakalaii
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Ktinr Claudine for Maui at 5 p in
fttmr Kinau for Mind and Hawaii at
10 a in
Stmr U 11 I ishop for Kahuku and Puua-
luu at '.) n in
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai at 5 p m
Sohr Mol ahlue for 1'aauilo and Ko-
Sclir Kauikeaoull for Kolialn
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Steamer Claudliic 2423 bags sugar, 90
bags taro, v'J bags potatoes. 101
blues, 82 pkgs sundries.
Steamer Kinau 1075 bags sugar, 2S5
b igs potatoes, !(8 bags corn, 84 pkgs
bides, 10 bags ehaicoal, 12 bales
peanuts, 4 bdls goatskins, 201 si ecp,
40 pigs, 2 hoises. 150 pkgs suiulrius.
From Maui, per stmr (Mainline, Jan 10
L A Thurston, W O Smith, Mr Hos
iner. Sir Dodge, Mr Wood, Mr Crookott,
It 11 Scott, K S Auerbaeh, U Gorman. A
Franca, Master F lex-inder, S 33 Da
mon, Miss Fleinming, Master Flamming,
Geo Osborne, Amoy and 81 deck.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwnlaiil, Jau 10
Hon GN ileox, C M Gooko and
Masters Uooke ("). Miss M 31 Wing, Miss
I.. F Dale, Misses Uttu.and Elsie Wilcox,
Ralph Wile x, E E Lyman, Miss E
Lyman, Miss Nellie Rice, Willie and
AithurKico, lunist and Jos onradt,
Mis L Kinney. I) Urowninherg and
duugliteis (2), AM Sproull, O 11 bishop.
J K Miller, Mis vou Krosuich. Eiuil
Dieier, T H Ilraudt, U Ii llofgaard,
Junius Kaae, 3 Lhinesu and CO deck.
From Maui and Hawnii, per stmr Ki
nau. Jan 10 11 B MnJIum and wife,
Robt Fleming, Chan Matr, Mrs S L us
tin, Miss Ilattiu Austin, O S Lewis, Jas
Chalmers, D Juigciijuu, N Igarishi, F
Spencer, Miss Alice Baldwin, Mis Lot
tie Alexander, L Aseu, Master A Alex
ander, J Magniie, Jr, Jilts B Fanec, Dr
Yamahlta, Juo Chalmerx, A Ramsey. C
V E Dove, Mrs S Nowleln. Mrs Kamaka
S'tillman, Hon V Wliitc, R Alokckau, H
Gibson, Miss Alice haw and 107 deck.
The Anieiiean schooner Ethel Zano
sailed for Fort Towusend Saturday, but
returned Sunday, leaking slightly. She
will iffect icpairs before pioceediug to
The schooner Robert Lewers having
linls'hed discharging lumber is taking hi
feiigar. The consignment is from li
Haukfcld &Co, for ,san Francisco"
The bark Ceylon lias been hauled on
the Mai Inc. Railway for icpairs.
' The Swedish ship Hawki'sbury :s
docKe'd near fhe H M H S wharf where
she is engaged discharging her 12 0 tons
of coal in a rather novel way. Her
owners have engaged J W. Ahipal's
nitiles at 8 cents a ton to discharge her,
"he tender being the cheapest.
HUTCH3-ON At Kalihl. Honolulu,
Jiiuiiiiry Uth. to the wife of N. K.
Hutchison, u sou.
ATWATER-LOVELL In this city,
January 0, l"U2,.by Itcv. li. G. Beck
wlth, Leonard K. Atwator to Mrs.
Ida B. Lovell.
OH ARM AN AtKoloa, Kauai, January
6th, after n few dnys illness of pticu-
moula, Mr. Geo. Oharinan, uged 77
ycai'M and 8 mouths.' ' '
Qr'St(fiSi'K papers picliso copy.
r" FATAL ENDING. .
Jlaurico Adlcr died early Sundaj'
niorning fiom the causo reported in
Satuiday'a issue lockjaw produced
by wounds in the hand from an ex
ploding Chinese bomb. The funeral
which took place at -1 o'clock Sunday
afternoon was largely attended, the
house of the bllliclcd family on Nuu
anti street being unable to contain
(ho assemblage. A deputation of
the G. A. It., of which the' bereaved
father, Mr. L. Adler, is a member,
attended. Maurice was about 21
years old. lie had served an ap
prenticeship as a typesetter in the
Bui.i.KTiN' ofllco somo years ago, then
made a few trips to sea between here
and the Pacific Coast. Since return
iuii home to stay ashore he had work
ed at his trade whenever there was
an opening his last engagement
having been on this paper during the
late holiday pressure. In keeping
New Year's eve with other lads he
was setting off a bomb that jad,
missed lire,- wlk'n it exploded1 jn hfd
uitls wij.h te sad restllts already
Mentioned. Ma,urieo was clieerfil
jjl (jisposjt'ton apd a willing worker.
'I'iie Hyi.i.irritf woqld ,herp tender
lieartfelt eondolpneo vitli tl)U aiijlct
ud father and family.
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
This PunaliiiU Schools re-opened to
day. Tni'i bund will ghc a moonlight
concert at Einiiiii Kminio tbia i-vuu
A i.KAP year paiiy will bo given at
tlio Myi tie Boat Ulub's lmuso Friday
Honb. L. A. Thurston unil W. O.
Smith returned to town by the steam
er Claudiue yesterday.
Tin: ball game between the volun
teer boys failed to inatoriiili.o owing
to the conditinti uf tliu gtouud.
1'itoKS. IIosmku and Wood and male
slull'of Onliit Culluge returned yester
day fiom their exploring (.'xpedition
J. V. Moikian will atiotion bouse
bold furniture at the residence of Mr.
N. Kelsoy, Vineyard street, to-moi-iow
at 10 o'clock.
An Kim, n dope (lend, was lined $50
in tliu Police Court this morning.
The police are having quite a picnic
with opium smokers.
J. Pim.Mi'H, plumber,"!? putting in
hot and cold water Inilhs in John F.
Asliworth's barber shop on King
street. The baths will be ready on
The voters of Waikiki will hold a
iiuibs meeting at tlio Waikiki ehurjh
on Tucfcday uvening, at which they
request the nctundance of candidates
for representatives and road board.
Mr. Chas. llustace, Jr., has pre
sented the Myrtle Boat (Jlub with
)icturcsof the yachts Mayflower and
Volunteer. The members wish to
publicly thank the donor for thcM
handsome additions to their club
Thk will of the late Antono Uod
riques, alias Antone Rodiiqucs Gas
par was admitted to probate this
morning and letters testament. iry
issued to IIou. Antono Unsa. The
estate is valued at $5000 besides live
stock and ellects, $1500.
A l.AHOK-siZKt) photo of I he Ha
waiian tug-of-wur team, with Captain
Kelii in the center, liis fuco HuilUbed
witli smiles, is exhibited in the show
window of the Pacilic Ilaulwaie Co.
Below the picture are the words:
"La wo a lilo I" (Take and own it.')
"Vein, villi, vici."
The Hawaiian Islands were dis
coveied by Gtctann, a Spauisii navi
gator, in 15'12. The independence of
these islands was recognized by the
United States in 182!), and more
formally in 1843, by Belgium in 1811,
and by England and Fr.ince later in
the sanio year S. F. Call
AChinaman, Ah Fook, was distuib
cd in the act of enjoying an opium
smoke by police officers yesterday.
Ho was taken in charge and biibtlcd
off to tlio Station. On the way Ah
Fook attempted to bribe the ollicers,
but it was no go. Tlio ollieer gave it
away at the Station, consequently.
Jolin has been charged with bribery.
Roth charges will be licaul to-morrow.
DEATH OF A KAMAAINA.
Wo have to record the death of
Mr. George Charman, who passed
quietly away from us at Koloa,
Kauai, on Jau. 5th at 10 minutes to
4 a. ru.
'Mr. Charman, or "Old Keoki," as
he vyas familiarly called liy the na
tives, was born alSuorcham, Sussex,
England, on May '2nd, 1814, and
came to Lahaina, Maui, haying been
picked up in an open boat with a
few others who have since passed
away. He was onp of the crew of
the whaler James Corwin, which
vessel vas set on lire by the colored
conk, who, alter having set fire to
the ship, cut his throat and was
thrown overboaid by some of the
There are no doubt a good many
yet who can recall the many stories
told by Old Keoki, and we feel as
sured that he will be deeply lamented
by all who knew him. His geneios
ity was boundless and he will be
greatly missed at Koloa, where he
has Id It a widow, one daughter, Mrs.
Lydia A. B. Miller, and two sons,
Henry and William, ami 19 grandchil
dren. His death was occasioned by
pneumonia, lie was not long a suf
ferer, however, being taken sick on
Wednesday, Dec. 80th, and was ill
only a week to the time of his death.
Wo believe he came to the islands
somewhere about 1837 or 1838, and
was about 55 years oh the islands,
having spent nearly all bis life at
Koloa. Old Keoki comes, from a
long-lived fafiTily und only last Wed
nesday' week he received a' letter with
a lock of hair from, his brother, who
now' glories in his )2ud year.
Although not a 'member of the
church, he followed it regularly and
his pocket was ever open for its good
purposes. J. II. C.
Koloa, Jan. 8, 1892.
The ltoyal Hawaiian Military Band
will give a public concert at Emma
Square this evening, commencing at
7:30. The following is the pro
March Dudes ... I Wagner
Overiui e Titus Mo.ai t
Gavotte Queen's Own Ohnillou
Selection Madame LVAi'clihluo ...
Songs: One, two, three, four. Maul
Girl. Wal Aniaui.
Fantasle Echoes of the Night . .Rivlero
Waltz Kstudlautina Waldteufel
Quadrille The Times Cooto
l'olka HtiMireu Hertel
FOR ABUSE OF ALCOHOL
Uhc llorNforil'n iV'clil l'iiuMilintc.
Dr. W. tf. Ohanp, Mitchell, J)ak ,
says; "It has proven almost ft spi ciio
for liis (lUurriur; jt cheeks tie vomit
ing, i es tores tu appetite, ai)t, at the
same time uUuyn Ihp fear of impend
ing diseoltitionthat is ko common to
NATIVE SONS NOMINATE,
Canillilttti'M Aniiiiuir-it nt n
S'tiJulo SI iImb.
A iiotniimtiiig convention was hold
by tin1 Nnllvy Hons of Hawaii al their
hull, Quciii and Nuuiinu streets, Sat
urday. evening. Thirty-seven mem
bers uere prist ut, including lion.
Cecil Biou, who took an aotive part
in the discussion. The meeting was
call.-d in order at 7 o'clock by Vice-L'l-u-Muiil
Samuel Mahelona. .Mr.
J. K. Kmilia was elected secretary
and perfoimetl that Inaction. The
chairman stated the object ol Hit' as
si'inbly, v . , the nomination of can
didates The nomination1' for Nobles, after
a discussion of one hour, icsulled as
J. A. Cummins, 0 years,
S. M. Kaatikai, G years,
,1. N. S. Williams', G years,
Juo. Ena, 4 years,
A. P. Peteiion, 2 years,
The tiauiCM of C. B. Mallo and
Paul Neumann weie strongly repudi
ated. J. N S Williams received a nom
ination after a severe strugule. When
his name wiw llrst (nought before the
meeting, it failed. After two or
three attempts, however, nnd strong
argument on the part of Messrs. Cecil
Brown and W. C. Aclii, he received
On mutton the nominees for Nobles
were unanimously adopted as a whole.
Cecil Brown moved thu considera
tion of Uepiesentatives, and nomi
nated J. llcleluhe for Ward 1.
Fiauk K. Archer was -also nomi
nated. Before balloting the latter
nominee stated that he was not. aware
of any nomination until seeing his
name in the paper. lie had intended
to run as an Independent candidate
however and should he fail to receive
their sanction he would not change
his mind, but run and depend on
both whites and natives for election.
The election of Uepresi ntatives
resulted us follows :
Waid 1 Frank K". Archer.
Ward 2 J. K. Kaulia (unani
mous). Ward 3 B. F. Dillingham (unani
mous). Ward 4 S. K. Aki.
Ward 5--W. C. Aehi.
ll. Makahalupa was also a nominee
for Ward I, but declined to run,
slating that il was not a matter to be
tiitlcd with, but should receive a
full and earnest consideration. HK
motto was, "Look before you leap,"
and while doing so, a presentiment
of failure had occurred to him. The
speaker did not think himself capable
of wrestling with the issues of the
day, and feeling that he would not
be successful at the polls he would
retire. Another reason why he do
dined to run was tliu fact that there
were three other Ilawaiians running
in the same ward, and lie fell tha it
was not tight thai a Hawaiian should
try to down a countryman. It would
leave a loophole for a foreigner to
walk in and take the laurels. He
had also heard a rumor to the effect
that a linole intended to "run as inde
pendent candidate in the same ward.
W. C. Achi said the previous
speaker as a coward having lied
from the cannon's mouth lie would
nominate a brave young man Enoch
E. Johnson declined the nomina
tion, as he expected to receive one
from some district he did not men
tion. Messrs. Poepoe and Achi made
motions thai the ward be left unde
cided, as both nominees were Wilcox
There were three tickels for road
board ; the following ticket, however,
received the sanction of the assem
blage: S. Mahelona,
S. C. Dwight,
The two other tickels were : S. C.
Dwight, II. von Holt and J. Bowler;
IL Lishmau, 11. vou I loll and J.
W. C. Achi asked that the Sons
adopt the platform of the Kalaialna
and Mechanics' Union, with a slight
revision of Article 14.
On motion of C. Brown the re
quest was over-ruled, and the meet
ing adjourned at 10 o'clock.
SUPREME COURT-JANUARY TERM.
The Queen vs. llai, liquor selling.
Appeal from Police Com l, Honolulu.
The jury after quite an absence ap
peared without a verdict, having
disagreed. They were discharged
ami the case coininqed till next term.
Wo Sun vs. Knhakuakoi (w.).
Assumpsit. Appeal fiom Police
Court of Honolulu. It appearing
from the record that defendant had
defaulted, ll was considered an error
on the part of the Police Justico to
allow thu appeal. The case was or
dered btrickeu from the calendar. J.
A. Magoon for plaintiff.
B, Kaana vs. ,T. Maua. Assumpsit.
Appeal from Dole, J,, at chambers.
The trial is taking place to-dny. W.
U. Achi for plaintiff; F. M. Hatch
' THERE IS NONE BETTER.
Dr, IL L. St. John of Howland,
Putnam county, Missouri, taketi es
pecial pleasuic in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough lloinedy, be
cause he knows il to be reliable. He
has used it in his practice for several
years, and say 3 there is iioiiu better.
It is especially valuable for colds and
as a preventive and euro for croup.
This most excellent medichio is for
sale by all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agctita.
CAIIO OF THANKS.
Mr, lo Aillur mid fanuly deblro to
convey their warmest tliaulcs to tho
many frlcuitn who kindly asisted
them und bympatluKcd with them in
their late atllictioii,
The l.otilliwume Dlfi. n- In itrtiilgtit
III llllllOttllll liy 'IV. O Stl'IIMlMllIH
I ru in .l.-iiilii.
After the Japanese immigrant
tlcnmiT Vamashiro Marti had been
quarantined within the harbor
twenty-four bonis, two cases of
small powwurc diseovuied on board
of her Sunday morning.
Mr. C. B. Reynolds, agent of the
Boaid of Health, was on board en
gaged in fumigating the ship when
he discovered thu llrst ease. A man
supposed lo belong to the crew was
found suffering from continent small
Dr. Tiousseait, port physician, on
going aboard! for a further inspection,
discovered anolber ease of the dis
ease. President Dayton of the Boaitl
of Health then gave orders to have
the steamer removed cutsidu the hai
bor. Captain Young replied to the
oiders by slating that the "ship
could not steam out for twenty
four hours, as the engiiin had been
partly dismantled for repairs.
All the cabin passengers as well as
the immigrants had been landed at
the Quarantine Grounds on Saturday.
President D tyton undertook that the
immigrants should discharge the eai
go, and the steainer is now adver
tised to sail for Yokohama on Wed -ncsday
This morning the P. M. S. S. Hio
de Janeiro arrived from Hongkong
and Yokohama and anchored in the
roadstead. She like the Yaniashiro
Maru presented a clean bill of health,
Hul Dr. Tioussoau discovered a Chi
nese woman in the steerage down
with smallpox. I he patient is a
passenger for this port, accompanied
by her mother and a sister. The sis
ter is in a doubtful slate as to having
The Board of Health held a meet
ing to consider the situation this
forenoon. It was attended by all
the members at present in the city
lions. David Dayton, President;
Sam'l Parker, J. O. Carter and John
Ena with Hon. C. N. Spencer, Min
ister of Interior and President of the
Board of Immigration, and Dr.
Trousseau, in consultation.
The Board decided to offer the
steamer, through her agents. Messrs.
II. Ilackfcld & Co., the following
conditions: If she remain to land
passengeis and freight, the ship to
be placed in quarantine therewith for
18 days. If she only remain to dis
charge freight, the men employed in
the woik of discharging to be quar
antined for 18 days. The ick'to be
landed in quarantine if desired, ac
cording to the law of nations.
As this paper goes to press, it has
been decided, on the part of the
steamer, to choose the alternative of
proceeding on the voyage. The
agents could not undertake to get
workmen who would be willing to go
into quarantine for 18 days. Mails
were to have been landed, and fumi
gated before delivery at Hie post
ollioe. The sick girls and their
mother were to be landed at the
Quarantine Station, and the steamer
leave without delay for San Fran
cisco. The Rio de Janeiro has on board
about 500 Chinese and 100 Japanese
passengers, together with fiOO'or GOO
tons of freight, intended for this
port. All will be taken on to San
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., LD.
.cv iioi1h .lllHt to Iluml.
SI ick & Brownlow's Water Filters,
Scales Topsail Chains,
Open Link Chains,
Goblets, Wines, Decanters,
Jugs, etc., etc.
Paints, Oils, Varnishes,
House Furnishing Goods,
' Miniature "Vistas" for mailing,
Besides Pictures you can find Beautifully
Dncoratcd Porcelain P'aques. Bamboo Easels,
Screens, Cabinet Photo Frames, Albums,
Leather Purses, Pocket Rooks, otc, Christ- !
mas Cards, Brackets,, etc , at King Bros., I
Hotel Strict. ,
THE PEOPLES TICKET!
(OR ROAD BOARD:
N. von GERICHTEN,
IrMjuiiHr, Ac WoloiHt
Teaches tho Higher and Lower Itiull
meiiU of Muelc. For fiirlher informa
tion liimiho at Koit-lieot Houne, -or
Hawaiian News Co.'o htoro. 'lVlepJiuno
mi.-.. :nu iui
WANTKD to tent a Cot
tage, central location,
fix mouig. uear tram
Apply lo S," ollice of
uilb i: irr.
Iii holi'utiiitf jour (JhriHt
niiiH rn'KfiUH don't lorgtit
that a l'HJturo is uiuoiig tho
viry hunt ami that tho placo
to got .such things 1 ut King
Dros., Hotel Street.
0ii& Siiiiiiii", in Hawaii
avcnigo person thai niosqni
to.es, mils and roaches are
Regarding this we can help
Our new remedy called
"The Mosquitoes' Enemy"
will convince yon that mos
quitoes are not so terrific after
all. We advise yon to try it
and be convinced.
Our "Ant Poison" if used
aeeordinir to directions wil
convince you that you never
had any stronger than ours.
As for roaches wo can give
you a hint that will make you
a regular p&tVon at the New
Drug Store, where everything
is xkw and fuksii.
That reminds us we have
just received a fresh lot of
Mosquito Powder that is war
ranted to be just the thing.
All of this and more at
HOimOft, MIW.IIVX A CO.'M
Neiv Iruic Htoro.
Ollice of the Pearl
Fruit Co., L'd.
AT a meeting of the stockholders of
this company held on Saturday,
January 9th, the following ollicers
were eleetetl for the ensuing term :
P. G Camuiinos President,
1). McLean Vice-l'iesitlent,
C. J. McCarthy Secretary,
C. J. McCarthy Treasuier,
Ueo. V. Cavenugh Auditor.
The foiegoing with Messrs. J. Lyle,
J. A. Lyle and G Iv. Wilder to consti
tute tlio Board of Directors.
Honolulu, Jimuiirv '.), 1802.
Oilico ol'lliu Wooilliiwn Fruit
AT a meeting of the stockholders of
this Company held on Monthly,
January lllb, tho following ollicers
were elected for the ensuing term :
F. W. McCbesney Piesiilenl,
F. ILuribon Vice-President,
J. S. Walker, Jr Secretary,
C. J. .McCarthy Tieasurer,
J. F. Morgan Auditor.
The foregoing oflicers to constitute
the Board of Directors.
J. S. WALKEH, JH
Honolulu, January 11, 1892.
tin ass Fir Dili
SALMON IN BARRELS,
White Bros. Portland Cement,
KX LATE ARRIVALS.
J. T. WATERHOUSE,
314 Queen Street. lw
For Yokohama A Hong Kong
THE FINK STEAMSHIP
Will bu iluu at llil-i port on January 7th,
and will i etui n to Yokohama"
on or about
January 13 th. 1892.
connecting at that port with the Hong
For freight or passage apply to
WM. G. IRWIN & CO.. Limited,
OXI-J Suite of Two Rooms
with hathioom attached
and conveniently jocatod. Ap
ply jit this ofllco. 3KJ lw
rpilK regular annual meeting of the
X Hawaiian Fruit v. Tain Co, will bu
he'd at their ollice In Walhiku, Maul, oil
Fill HAY, Feb. 'i, 18112, at 10 o'clock
A. M W. II. DANIKLS,
31 1 fl8t Secretary li. V. & T. Uo.
1 'llOM AND FTKIl THIS I) ATP
1 Mr. U .). Mci'uiihv will collect all
mv bills. II 0 McOitpw, M D.
Honolulu, Dec ;tl. 18',ll llOS-lin
I Y a Youui: Lady
a position at gen
ii la a i expectable
JL oral housework
family. Addict General Hotn-owork,"
thlH ollice. l lw
L TOOKHOLDKltS m Hawaiian Agil
O cultural Company will take uotlcu.
that tliu annual meeting of the Company
will be held at thu ollice of t llrewor fc
Co , Queen street, on TIiyRSJUY, Jail.
21et next, at 10 o'clock a,, J.
' J, U, CARTER.
Secretary 11. A. Co.
Honolulu, Jan. 0, 1S'J2, ail lit
'ptlK uiiiienslgiied Is in emu ed to give
X Lt'Mions in Athletlu hxcrclscs anil
the Manly Art at two doors above the
Royal School, Kiiiina fiticet, aUo to give
liibtiui'tloiii at homes ol pupils if de
bited. Applications lecelved at No. 87
312 1m MIKKQU1LL1GAN.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
An Unequalled Assortment anil
104 Fort street, Honolulu.
HANDKERCHIEFS ! HANDKERCHIEFS ! A most
Complete Stock, the very latest designs and extremely Low Prices. Come
and seo our assortment of White Kmbroidered Handkerchiefs that we offer
for 23 cents.
FANS, FANS, Ui Great Variety, Latest Novclthjs; Lace and
Lisse Fans, in Hlack, While and Delicate Shades; Hand Painted Fans in
Black and Fancy Colors. Feather Fans.
HAND liUN BLACK LACE SCAltFS.
Pure Silk, extra long and wide.
Hand Satchels, Chatelaines, Card Cases and Pursos. A Fino Assortment
of Embroidered Pongee Drapes and Hand Painted Silk Tidies,
in Dainty and Delicate Shades. WHITE SILK EMBROIDERED WRAP&
and PURE SILK SHAWLS. Fancy Table Covers and Table Scarfs.
G? If you are in search of Holiday Goods you will do well by examin
ing our goods and prices, before making your purchases elsewhere.
109 Fort Street.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THE LEADING -
BST NEW GOODS BY EVERY STEAMER. -X3a
at Ep & Guiins
AND EXAMINE THEIR NEW STOCK
Ribbons, Laces, Handkerchjefs, Parasols, Dress Goods, Silks,
Fans, Etc., Etc,
NEW CHOICE GOODS IN GREAT VARIETY !
Wo are hhowlug a choice lluu of Ladies' & Gentlemen's
(Jiibl thu thing for a Christmas picsunt.')
Silk UnibrelliiH in Ladies' & Gentlemen's.
HOT FINE GOODS AT LOW PRICES. -
Call at B. F. Ehlers & Co.'s, 99 Fort St.
FOR A FINK SELECTIOiN
Such as TOILET CASKS, MANICURE SETS, COLLAR it CUFF BOXES,
GLOVE & HANDKERCHIEF BOXES, ALBUMS,
Etc., Ktu., buforo the iiHhortmoul is broken.
AND A NKW IMI'OHTATIO.S OK
DRY & FANCY GOODS.
D3r Will keep open uvculngs from Satuiilay. Dec. ll'th, to Christmas. "&
g. J. McCarthy,
Nkw Cummins' Rlock, Mkkoiiant SntKKT.
REAL ESTATE BROKER.
KOI.I01TOH FOR THK
Equitable Life Assurance Society.
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED, COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
Uouts Collected and llouucg Rented.
jtf Any biibiucss entrusted to me will icceive prompt attention. Jtff
THEG leave to notify the public that I
have Ntnricil a hoi mi thoehi slum
at No. 81 King street, next to Wright it
Sons' carriage factory, where 1 will bo
glad to meet my old frlmuls anil new
ones also. We uiitko a hpuchdty of llrt
clasd hoiio hliouing. Wow. ii i tint to btop
Interfering and can belli all liuuu horses,
SOI lui CHAS, KOITILISPTES.
THE BUB !
To know wliat you waul
.'Hid wlioro to get tho behfc
valuu for thu nionuy often
puts oik1 in si tight placo.
To know wholhor an nrti-
do is good buforo trying it
thoro's thu rub.
But thoro's no rub in any
thing you buy of us parti
cularly tho 210G Ilaviltuid
It is without exception tho
most serviceable cliina extant.
Single pieces or dozens.
a Variety to Suit all Tastes at
It will hooii ho too lato to
hoikI ronieinbranues to your
friends abroad. So ao at
onco to King Bros., on IIo
1 tel Htruet, tuul get hoiiiu of
j their pretty and novel "Ha
I wtiiiau" Christmas Cards.
1 for the uurnose.