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WEDNESDAY, JAN. 20, 18t2.
Stinr Khiiiti f i mil Maul ami Hawaii
lSnik xllu'rt, Winding, U dajs from
rilmr Kuulii for Walanac and Walahta at
r p in
Srhv l.avhda for Itaiiapopo
Scln Ka ,Mol fur Knhaln
Stun Llkcllkc fm Hamaktia ati" p in
.Slinr .las Mnlu'o for Kanal at I i in
CARUOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stun Kln-iu fl3(J lugs sugar. 203 shut1",
la pigs, 3o0 b.ijjs potatoes, 40 bags
coin and t;t5 pkgs mi mill us.
From Maul and Hawaii, per steamer
Klniiii, .luti 20 Hev O M Hyde 11 Zerbe,
A Human. U O Hiunott, W Weight W S
Akiina,.! Oiiiluikhk,llon .T THnkur. Mis
A F Hitchcock iiiiiluullil, .Mis ('uiiliuuml
2 ehlldienand 81 deck.
Kor Maul, pur stmr Claudlne, .Inn 111
W Llebeuker, David 1'a, .Ino Kaliina, G
1' Wilder, and iibuut :ii on dock.
Kor Kauai, per phiir Mikabalu, .Jan 1!)
O K Kali child. A II Smith, I Smith, M
rii'go, It atton, Mrs DoichgieWnck, Mr
Oguia, W E Howell, K L Kauni, Mis W
K II Ucvoiill and It) on deck.
Fiom San FranuKeo. per baik lbcrt,
.ran 20 Mrs O F Dodd, Miss Lucy Dodd,
lir McLctiua, Mis McLenna. Mls Nellie
McLenna, W U Kaudun and C A Cuil
son. SHIPPING NOTES.
The balk Albeit, Winding ma8te, ar
rived this morning. 1 )(, days from San
Fr.mcijco. She biougbt an asoited
caigo of general mcichaiidlsc.
The Oct man baik Paul lsenbcrg is
loading with sugar for San li'iaiielsco
The baikuniiuu S G Wilder will proba
bly get away to-nioi row for Sau Fran-ul-co
with a consignment of sugar.
The fotir-tmifcted seboouer Kobuit
l.ewcis Is relieving Oie Kinau of her
jmi plus cargo of suifai.
SMITH KINGSLEY In this city on
tlii" 20th January, at tho residence of
the bride, bv His Loidrhip the
Bishop of Olba, Mis. A. M. L.
Kingslcy to Mr. . 11. Smith, both
THE WIZARD OF THE NORTH.
The second peiformance by Prof.
Anderson, thu Wizard of the North,
yesterday evening, although poorly
attended, was nevertheless very in
teresting and enjoyable. The pro
fessor iutiodueed several new tricks
which were highly appreciated by
the audience. The portfolio exhibi
tion was great and elicited rounds of
applause a3 the "magnitude of its
contents" was realized. The tloaling
table was also a neat exhibition of
what a man can do if he only knows
how. "The inexhaustible bottle,"
containing what purported to be dif
ferent liquors, according to one's
taste, was fully appreciated neces
sitating its sudden exhaustion. Mile.
Blanche sang two songs in a nice
cluar contralto. At tho termination
of the performance Professor Ander
son stated that a matinee would be
given on Saturday afternoon and the
same evening a grand change of pro
gram. A prese'ntatjon.
At the postponed meeting of the
Myrtle Boat Club Monday evening,
the members were rather surprised
on enteuug the hall to find an oaken
chair, decorated with the colors of
the club. It was a present from
"The Owl Maids Club" and bore the
inscription "with the compliments of
the Owl Maids." A vote of thanks
was immediately passed and the
president of the Myrtles took the
chair, when tho business of the even
ing was despatched.
In re estate of II. A. P. Carter,
deceased, a petition was presented
by J. O. Carter, asking tho appoint
ment of Chas. L. Carter as co-executor
in the place of P. C. Jones, one
of the executors named in will, that
gentleman having renounced the
trust. Judge Bickerton to-day heard
the reading of petition and ordered
that it be lileu and letters testcment
ary be issued to Chas. L. Carter up
on his Wing an approved bond of
THERE IS NONE BETTER.
Dr. It. L. St. John of Ilowlnnd,
Putnam county, Missouri, takes es
pecial pleasure in recommending
Chamberlain's Cough Remedy, be
cause lie knows it to be reliable, He
has used it in his practice for several
years, and says there is none better.
It is especially valuable for colds and
us a preventive and cure for croup.
This most excellent medicine is for
Hale hy all dealers. Benson, Smith
& Co., agents.
Mr. Williuin Melntyre, brother of
Mr. Hugh Melntyre of this city, died
at his residence, Koiialu, on Satur
day, January 10th. Mr. Melntyre
was taken suddenly ill and before
professional assistance could be ren
dered him lie expiied. The deceased
was forty years of age and leaves a
widow mill child, besides brothers
and sisters to mourn his loss.
B. F. Dim.inuiiam is announced as
candidate for Itupicbcutuiivo in thu
Third Dibtrict. Ho is albO announced
to speak at the Armoiy Saturday
Tho best thing to soml to
your friend h abroad is King
liroH.' Illustrated HoiiVMiiir
of Hawaii, which is gotten
up lor the purpoHO and is
not an advertisement.
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
Hon. J. T. Itakor of Hilo is in town.
Tub Kinau hail a small cabin list"
this trip. ,
Diamond Head, :i p. m WiMtliur
clear; wind light northeast.
Tiihiik's going to bo u missionary
in thu Uleo Club concert to-morrow
Ik you haven't got a ticket for tho
(lloo Club concert, go to Levey's and
Mil, Dillingham will leply to Mr.
Ashford at the lVntuguese clubhouse
Mit, Win. Cunningham, foimerly of
the Union, is now manager of the
Com K, drop your politics and smile
once nioio at tho Glee Club concert
Tub Hawaiian Agricultural Co. will
meet at O. Drawer & Co.'s oflico at 10
National ltefonn candidates will
bpeak at thu Mechanics' Union rally
It is a year ago to-day when His
Majesty Kalakaua died at the Palace
Hotel, San Francisco.
Du. McLknna and wife, and Miss
McLeuna, were passengers from Sun
FranciBeo to-day by the bark Albert.
"A aooi) old fashioned Kona storm
on the Kona coast and leu side of Ha
waii is at work," writes our Miiliiikouu
Tiik Waial.io llanrh team of horses
now sport "prairio bells" suspended
over their heads. The jingling of the
bolls can be heard a long way oil".
PitoK. Anukuson, the Wizard of the
North, will give a matinee perform
ance, for the special benefit of ladies
and children, on Saturday afternoon.
Daniel Kamakau, h member of
China Engine Co. No. 1, died last
night. The flags of thu different fire
companies were Hying at half-mast to
day. Mn. Henry Waterhouso has com
plied with ii requisition, signed exclu
sively by native Hawaiiaus, to stand
as a. candidate for Noblo on this is
land. Tiik will of thu late Jphanna Ladd
Kosa has been admitted to probate in
thu Supreme Court and letters testa
mentary issued to Hon. J. O. Carter
Tiik flowers in Thomas squaro are
beautifully fresh, but the grass if gray
and sickly. The Chinamen were too
lazy in the season of drouth to water
the grass properly.
A nativk d.mie who was at tho ripe
old age of eighty years and a great
grandmother died on Merchant street
Monday. Her remains were interred
at tho Catholic Cemetery yesterday
An opium case in the Police Court
this morning was remanded in order
that tho supposed opium may be
analysed by a foreign doctor,' thus
setting aside the Chniese doctor's
statement that it was not opium.
Sealed tenders for the purchase of
a part of the lumber cargo of the
Chilean bark Anna CuHiarina, will be
received up to 12 o'clock noon to
morrow,, at the oflico of tho Chilean
Consul, at F. A. Schaefcr & Co.'s.
Mn. S. E. Piukck, commissioner of
the Bolster estate, has presented ro
eejp.ts to Chief Justice Judd. His
Upi.XQr has appointed Saturday morn
ing as the date of distribution and all
interested are ordered to appear.
Mn. C. A. Spreckcls, who has had
uhaige of his father's new retinory in
Philadelphia since its opening, has ru
tiied from thu linn of J. D. Sprockols
& Dros., which will bo continued un
der the same mime by J. D. and A. B.
The Y. M. O. A. will hold evange
listic berviccs to-night in Bethel Hall,
Bethel street, miiukii of Castle &
Cooke's store. Seats free. All wel
come. Young men, sailors and work
ingmen especially invited. Song
sorvice begins 7 :lfi p. in.
The grade of the tram way 8 track
on Derctauia btreetat Thomas Square
has been raised about a foot, There
was much bother about the grade be
tween the Government and the Com
pany when the line was built, but it
seems it wiun't got right uftur all.
Wm. Manunui, an employee of the
Dui.i.irriN office us engineer, died at
thu residence of his parents, Dure
tania street, this noon, ufter a linger
ing illness of about .toveii months.
The deceased was about 19 years of
agu and was u bright and industrious
A iii.ACKscal purso has been lost.
Union rally to-morrow
candidates will hold
See the program of tho Kamelia
meha Glee Club concert elsewhere. It
is a line musical menu,
Wenneh & Co., manufacturing and
importing jewelers, are still to bo
found at the old stand,
Sma Lov & Co., 53 King Btreet,
havu re-opuued in their new building,
replacing the onu burned, with a large
0. W. Ahiifuhu accepts B. F. Dil
lingham's invitation for Saturday uv
cniug, and iibks the privilege of speak
ing on that occasion.
The Postmaster-Ueuural announces
a reduction in loiter postagu to all
countries in the Postal Union not
hitherto included in the Co. circuit.
Albo, other changes in postal rates.
John S, Smithies, Muhukonu, has a
card in this paper as auctioneer ami
general business agent. He will col
lect accounts, sell bankrupt stocks at
auction, and do anything that may
be asked of a business man of his long
experience. Don't forget him when
you want any services in his lino in
that section of Hawaii,
NOTES FROM HAWAII.
An IntcrcRtltiK lliiiluot rri'in n I'nH.
A passenger from Hilo by the Ki
nau this morning made good use of
odd moments on the hip in comdiling
tho following inlcicsling budget of
news for the Bui.mtin :
Waiukeu plantation keeps well to
the front in all the newest methods
of plantation management. Mr.
Kennedy is now burning molasses,
and finds it odds largely to the vol
ume of steam. The molasses dtips
f i om a horizontal pipe on the trash
in front of the furnace. The macer
ation process lakes out the sugar so
effectually from the cane that there
is no clinker iu the ash, as formeily
when cane was only siushcd. The
mud cakes fioin the mud piess are
mixed with this ash and teturncd to
the ground as fertilizer, so that there
is almost absolutely no waste in the
utilization of the cane. About four
hundred tons of fertilizer were in this
way secured last year iroin the five
thousand ton crop.
The scholars in the six rooms of
the new Union Publio School have
been recently giaded anew, and are
making line progress under Mr.
Lord's efUcicnt management.
Mr. D. II Hitchcock is enlighten
ing the Portuguese voters of Hawaii
with his mimeograph type-written
circulars. His olllce is head-quarters
for independent politics.
Seven of the fifty prisoners cn
gagoit in building the volcano road
ran off to the bush last Friday night.
They have been on a foray, ransack
ing and pillaging Rufus A. Lyman's
place while the family were away at
church last Sunday. The leader is
Katnoku, who has an almost life-long
record for petty thievery. All of the
seven arc Puna people. A posse of
police went up from Hilo Monday
to arrest tho runaways.
The new Portuguese church (Pro
testant Evangelical) was dedicated
last Sunday. A church was also or
ganized of 81 members, who were
nearly nil re-baptized. The dedica
tion services were in the morning;
the communion in the afternoon. The
church was filled ; many from the
Foreign Church and the Hawaiian
Church attending the services. The
building has cost $3100, the lot $1 100,
grading and fencing 8300. Rev. C.
M. Hyde, u. 1)., of Honolulu, was
Moderator of the Council ; Judge F.
S. Lyman, Scribe. Dr. C. II. Wet
more, who gave S300 Friday toward
t!c cost of the church, that it might
be dedicated free from debt, gave the
history of the enterprise, and, on be
half of the Hawaiian Board, passed
over the building to the Portuguese
Church for their free use and occu
pancy. Rev. A. V. Soares, of Hono
lulu, preached the sermon, and as
sisted the pastor, Rev. R. K. Baptiste,
in the administration of the Sacra
ments. Rev. O. P. Emerson gave on
address to trie new church, and Rev.
S. L. pesha presented the fellowship
of sjster churphes. The collection
taken amounted to $p0.85. The build
ing is on Church street, below the
Hawaiian and Foreign churches, and
is a very well-proportioned and well
arranged house of worship. Mr. C.
B. Ripley was the architect, and Mr.
P. A. Anderson the contractor.
Mr. A. W. Mitchell, who has
spent many years in various quarters
of the globe, searching for a desir
able winter climate, declares that
there is no place superior to the Ha
waiian Islands for a winter resi
dence. They are enjoying life at
SecoiiHCt, Hilo's suburban seaside
resort. Mr. Mitchell is brother of
Donald 6. Mitchell, better known as
"Ike Marvel." Mrs. Mitchell is one
of the well-known Tiffany family, of
New York City.
Co-operation as carrieu on at Wai
akea is a decided success. Any one
can take up plantation land for culti
vation, the superintendent agreeing to
pay 83. SO per ton for the cane wkeu
delivered at the mill. Waiakea cane
needs no irrigation, requires 21
months to mature, yields -1 to C tons
of sugar to the acre. Mr. Kennedy
has paid out in the last three years
over 800,000 for sugar cane. There
are about 130 Japanese now cultivat
ing cane on this arrangement, most
of them contract laborers. Six of
them last year were paid each one
thousand (follars. The acreage culti
vated ranges from a quarter of an
acre to five acres.
The unusual strong south wind
Saturday afternoon, raising the dust
in tho streets of Hilo, started the
query, what could be done in case of
lire if it should break out on tho
water front? Why has not the Gov
ernment sent to Hilo one of the old
hand engines, instead of allowing
them to go to rust and refuse yards
Nawahi addiessed a gathering of
about fifty people in thp Hilo Court
house Saturday evening. He wanted
a new constitution to be prepared by
a convention, not forced upon tho
country by violence ns the proscnl
one was. The bait for Hawaiian
votes is no longer a ten million loan
with a hundred dollars for every
voter, but a government olllce for
every native to bo provided by a new
constitution, which shall tax foieign
labor to support Hawaiian indolence.
Bad weather has interfeied with
unloading and loading the Harvester.
But she is now expected to sail early
next week. Mrs. C. S. Lewis re
turns to the coast by this vessel after
some weeks' visiting ut her father's,
Dr. Whitmore's, uud among other
Mrs. II. R. Hitchcock and Mr.
Walter Hardy have sold off their
household goods at auction, and
come down hy the Kinau to seek
homes elsewhere, perhaps on Kauai,
The Kinau brought dowu twelve
barrels of sugar en route to the
Columbia Exposition at Chicago.
This trip the steamer left the differ-
Iuui. uii: uiiuuai uu ouiiuuuiu iimu,
Hilo at noon of Monday, Mahukona
fit 11 a. nil Tuesday, hriivina in lie
noltilu nbolit daylight this morning,
after a smooth passage.
Mr. Melntyre, biollm of Hugh
Melntyre, of this city, died nt Ko
hala hist Saturday.
A Hawaiian child was burned
Thursday afternoon, her clothes
catching lire from matches ilh which
she was trying to light a flic-cracker
that she had found. Siie died ol the
burns, mostly about her abdomen,
the next morning.
The church sociable at Mrs. Loc
beustein's was a very pleasant and
successful allair. A fortune-telling
gyp-y in a tent outside h-id her palm
crossed with many pieces of Hawai
ian silver fiom young people curious
to know all about their futiiie life
partners. Mis. Brtice's Scotch song
stirred mnuyhcuits witti ils strains
of the Highland music, while a quin
tet sang most delightfully somu of
the popular bewitching Hawaiian
music. The zither playing by Miss
Rose was most charmingly performed.
The Japanese decorations, in the
hall, making birds on the wall with a
few leave3, twigs, llower9, and tin
pill boxes for eyes, attracted de
Of course the literary and musical
at Mrs. Severance's Saturday even
ing was a great success. There was
a crowded house to listen to Miss
Mitchell's exquisite playing on the
Mauna Kea has presented a mag
nificent sight this last week with ils
snow-capped summit. One day the
snow was a3 low dowu as the usual
Judge Lyman is extending his ver
anda ami making a luuui of his din
ing room with Claude Lorraine win
dows, and an open lire-place.
The Hilo Boys' School is progress
ing finely under its present adminis
tration. Mr. Terry's machine for mix
ing poi, is as successful as it is sim
ple. It is an ubsolulc necessity, now
that small boys constitute the large
majority of the school. The seven
acres of taro show superior skill and
system in planting this important
food product. The coffee plantation
looks fairly, and the contemplated
orange grove will be appreciated one
of these days. The electric light
plant is most conveniently arranged
and almost ready for use. The road
is not yet macadamized, as it ought
to have been long ago. Mr. Terry
has had a present of n mule and har
ness: who will send him the dump
cait that he needs so much?
Four weeks of bad weather and
the consequent losses from want of
facilities for shipping ought to .show
the planters what advantage to them
a railroad to wharves in Hilo Bay
would be for all concerned. When
one-third of all the sugar now raised
on the islands comes from Hilo dis
trict, one-half, if Humakua be added,
a dash of American push to the other
tirtues of the canny Scotch and
sturdy English planters of these two
districts seems a desirable adden
dum. Qne of tho curious and interesting
sights around Hjlois tuo Japanese
village of ba'mbqo huts on the Wai
naku plantation. Every foot of
space is utilized. Cucumbers and
squashes covet the thatched roofs
with luxuriant growth. The Board
of Health has had to interfere, how
ever, with some of their curious and
malodorous processes of utilizing fer
Six sailors belonging to the burnt
whaler Jno. P. West were arrested
this morning between one and two
o'clock for disturbing the quiet of
the night. The sailors were arraigned
in the Police Court and four were
found guilty, the other two being
discharged. The guilty ones were
sentenced to pay lines of S3 each, to
teach them a lcbsnu, that although
they are in the Jlawaiian Islands they
are subject to tho country's laws.
One of them had the audacity to ask
a policeman if he could furnish a
bobby on the force who was able to
"down him m a wrestle."
In selecting your Ciirist
mas Presents don't lorget
that a Picture is among the
very bust and that the place
to get such things is at King
Bros,, llolol Street.
BLACK Seal Purse
cauls and money.
please return to the Hawaiian Hotel and
receive lewani, ;iai it
BY a German Ghl to u light house,
woik ami takii (tare nf children in
daytime. KikiiiIm! at lliis ollluc.
A I) It AFT drawn by J. Costa on .1.
F. Moigan In favor of. I. Gouvea
for 982, payment of which has been
htopped, Kctuin to GoiiHiilveH & Co.,
or at this olllce. 32:1 3t
JNO. S. SMITHIES,
Auctioneer & General Business
Slnbiikoiia. ItuliHln, Hi wnll,
WEMER & CO.,
MANUPAOTl KING AND
02 Fort 8tnot Honolulu
Besides Pictures you can find Beautifully
Decorated Porcelain P'aqucs, Bamboo Easels,
Screens, Cabinet Photo Frames, Albums,
Leather Purses, Pocket Book, elc, Christ
mas Cards, Brackets, etc., at Kiny Bros.,
One Summer in Hawaii"
Is enough to convince the
average person that mosqui
toes, ants and roaches are
Kegiirding this we can help
Our new remedy called
"The Mosquitoes' Enemy"
will convince von thai mos
quitoes are not so terrilic
nil. We advise you ,lo
and he convinced.
Our "Ant Poison" if used
according to directions will
convince you that you never
had any stronger than ours.
As for roaches we can give
you ii hint that will make you
a regular patron at the New
Drug Store, where everything
is xiW and fhksii.
That reminds us we have
.iust received a fresh lot of
Mosquito Powder that is war
ranted to be just the thing.
All of this and more at
IKUlltOA, XUHMI4X A CO.'S
IS'oav Iruir (Store.
Lessee A, Manager.
Saturday Next, Jan. 19.
First time In Honolulu of the Latest
II.VIIXTKD 1MV1MOX !
The most wondeiful net on this great
Will hi full view of the audience, vanish
Instantaneously into tp ice.
tar Scats at L. .f. Levey's today.
Saturday Afternoon, GraDd Matinee
For Ladies and Childien.
COT 1'iii-es: Childien, We, Adults,
Doors open at L'; peifornianeo at
8. F. DILLINGHAM
V IT 1I N Y,
Saturday, Jan. 23rd
I" Mil, C. W. ASHFOKD is espc
elally invited to be present as home re
ferenee to him will be made. 321 It
B. F. DILLINGHAM
NOMINEE OF THE
Scouts oi" HjLAViiii.
SING LOY & CO.,
53 KING STREET.
Have re-opoiied hi tliolr New Building,
where they will Keep constantly In
stock at the lowest prices, a
lanro.as.ioit incut of
Satins. Plushes, Ribbons,
Laces, Embroideries, Etc,
rpilE Nuiiiinu Street Entrance to Fow
X lci'b Yaid is closed to wagons,
VTOTICK hi hereby Klven that I will
11 not he ifripoiigihlo for any debts
contracted by my wife, Caioliiie Holt,
without my written consent.
Honolulu, .Ian. 18, 1H'J2. ; lw
'PIIK li'L'iilar annual iiiectlui; of thu
X Hawaiian Fiult ifcTaio Co. will ho
held at their olllcu In Wailuku, .Maui, on
KKIUAY, Feb. 12, 18'JJ, at 10 o'clock
A.M. XV. II. DAN'IKLH,
31 1 S8t Seciutury II. K. & T. Co.
LohL Strayed or Stolon.
answers to name nf
"Tuillo." Anyone let.iln
inu; i-uld animal In his io--pc-biou
after publication of
tills notice will be pioK'cuted. A suit
able luwiinl will bo imld for iu letiiiu to
822 lw Iwllel.
rpilK ondoiflfjiicd having been up
L pointed AbHlgucu of thu llaiiKiupt
KMaUiofT. Aon, Wailuku, all pi'iHinb
liaviii any claims aiiliixt said baiikiupt
arc leipicttt'd to pictont them within
his moiiilis, and all percent owlnjrtu the
bald baiiliupl Ciitalu mo rcipicstcd to
make payment to thu uiidblt;iicd oi Ida
authoii 'I agent, at thu olllce of Hyiiiau
Idolheib. U. KAIrtKK.
Honolulu, Jan. ID, 16'J.'. Mi 'Ji
t It w&
tr- :s'" 's?' ' '-
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Sprockols' Hank, Honolulu.
Dress Goods !
A FULL ASSQUrJIIiNL'
104 Fort btreet, Honolulu.
LuiBst Desips ii stripUM Plaid Dress (Ms,
Wool Camrlette in all Shades,
A Fl'LL LINK i)V CO LI) US IN
, CastarGs aai Henri!
Figured Ch lilies & Silk Striped Uhiilles.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
Fancy Striped Flannels & Flannelettes.
COME AND SEE OUR
STRIPED & PLAID WORSTED COMBINATION SUITS, TRICOT &
FINE CLOTHS FOR RIDING HABIT.
Stay If you are in search of Dress Materials come anil examine our
ininieiibe asboitinent before making your purchases elbcwliere.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Coods by
Tools $l Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE BEST QUALITY.
(Kiom 1 Gallon to 800 Gallons).
4fiy We arc the only Authorized Agents for this article, anil nro1
prepared to quote special prices foi any (iiantity.
PACIFIC IAIlDWAltI3 CO., L'd.
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
AGENTS FOR THIS LEADING fe
ay-NEV GOODS 15V EVEItV STEAM Elt. u
C. J. MCCARTHY,
Ninv Cdmminh' Hi.ock, Mkucjiant Stjikct.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
FIKE INsJlJKANUK l'LACKI).
business entiiiulcd to inu
IltUO leavu to notify thu publio that I
hau Mailed a hoit-u t-boi'liiir slum
at No. 81 King Mict't, uo.t to Wrljiht &
hoiis' caithitfo faetoiv. wla'io I will bo
glad to iiiitI ihy old filemU mid uu
ones alho, Wc maku a specialty of llrct
cLibS hooc shoeing. Wo w.maiit to stop
luteifcrliiii and can help all laiuo boiniu;,
11U1 Uu Oil AS. KUrilHSPrKS.
A month or
two no feome
"Frisco" hoyh who were dig-
into the irround in thu
&'"o ",u" t,,v-
iritirr1 ilifi t Iwi
iron pots particularly
anything and everything
has money, in it for us
We believe we struck
hius, the liquid advertised to
preserve wood against the
ravages of bugs, ants and
Dress Goods !
CAN UK KOUN1) AT
Late Arrivals !
COLLECTIONS ATTENDED TO.
and Houses Hunted,
will iccoivo prompt attention.
M - Dl
It will soon ho too Into to
hoiiiI ronioinbranuos to your
frioiulH abroad. So go at
onuo to King Bros., on Ho
tel turret, and got some of
thoir prolty ami novel "Ha
waiian" Christmas Cards
lor tho purnoBO.