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Tim tiliio sl(,'iiiil lor thujiuit Is ulvcll lit 121i.
liiu. Oiuc. (iiiIiIiiIkIiM hi Uii'cnwlcli tlniutir
111. 28in. :SIm'l p. in. ol Honolulu OlixciMitoty
time. It Is kIvuu by tliosti'itin wlilstlo of thu
Honolulu I'liiuliiK .11111, n I cm doom nbovo
tho Custom House. Thu Hiunu ulihtlo la
Mmiitluil courutly lit Honolulu liiouii noon,
Obhon-utory nioi Idiiin, or loll. 31m. Msec, of
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MONDAY, JAN. 23, 1892.
Stmr Cliiiidine from Maui
Sum- Kllaiica lluu from Hainakua
Stmr Leliiiu fioin Hainakua
Stinr Iwalaui from HaiiiaUua
Htinr iMIkuliii'u from Kai ai
Selir Mary E Foster from Makawelt
Hlnir Kuala from Kulmkti
Htinr Walaluale from llamnkua
Jan 23 -Slim-
(J Jt l.lshop for ICahuku and Puna-
lmi at 1) a m
StmrMokolii for Molokai and Laiiui
Selir Ka Hoc Hawaii for Koolau
btmr J A Cmmnius for Ivoolau at 10 a in
Stinr Waiinaualo for Molokai
Sehr Sarah and Eli.a for Koolau
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
Htuir Clnudliie for Maui at 5 p in
Stmr Kilauua Hon for Kukaiau and Oo-
kala at 1 p m
Stmr I.eliua for Xun and Uakalau
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stinr Mikahala 5310
bags lice, 8 gicen
bags sugar, 29
hides, 1 biokeu
Stmr Waialcalu 3:170 bngs sugar,
btmr Iwalunl 5000 bogs sugar.
Stair (JlaudiiiK 8755 bags sugar, 100
bags taio, 2!) bags potatoes, 42 bags
tl leaves, 3 horses, 21 hides and 18."
Sehr Mary E Foster 1000 bags sugar.
From Uiinmkiia per stmr Iwaluni, Jan
21 Cai I A Abloom, Miss Winter and 13
" From Muni per stmr Claudino, Jan 24
Miss M McGuire, C 1J MUkeo, Fitther
Gulstan, Mrs Weed, MrStanworth, It W
Meyer, UrSwlftand 15 deck.
From llamakua per stmr Walaleale,
Jan 25 J Patrick and wife, Miss Mary
From Kauai per stmr Mikahala, Jan
21-IIon A S Wilcox, lion W II Kloe
and wife, llo Judge Ilmdy, It Catton,
E Under, Master EmllDreiur, Francisco
Pel era, Mis P Kanoii and 30 deck.
Jus Makce is
The Meumcr Mikahala was relieved of
her sugar by the baikeiitlne Planter to
day. The bark Ceylon and the schooner
Jto"ieit'.ewci3 took in additional sugar
The Swedish bat k Grui, lying In the
stream is icueivliig sugar from both the
stenmeib Hawaii and Walaleale.
The steamer W G Hull will bo duo to
morrow afternoon and will leave again
COLLISION WITH A TRAMCAR.
A tramcar was run into at King
anil Liliha streets on. Saturday after
noon, by one of McGuire's express
wagons. The car was going toward
l'alania and the wagon was coining
around Liliha street. Both vehicles
were going at a rapid pace. It ap
pearo tho tramcar driver mtl his head
turned around and was not watoliing
wheio he was going, consequently as
his ear was crossing Lililm street the
other ran Into it. The w ugon was
badly smashed. The collision caused
passengers on the car to jump out of
their seats. One of the mules got
away but was caught.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
Wil give a nhiy (-'"UPr'!1 H'in'R
Sq'utiru tills evening, cpmiM'ncjng
tit'7:b"0. The following is tho pro
March Habsburg ;.. Krai
Overturn Poet and Peasant Suppu
(Javotto Miileli Aloii
Selection - Italian Kll-'y
Xhj lllH Ml. Ajna Hau. po Luuao.
Medley-Yankee Tickle Beyer
Waltz -See Saw Ciowe
(niadrillu-Diike of Fife ood
tjulop Ylvat .. .,,. hi i ilh!i
1 1 n all 1'oiioi.
line lini-NlarirM Aulil l'liomihute.
Dr. J. H. Foitbon, Kiowa, Intl. Ten,
.bays: "I have- tried it for constipa
tion wllh succets, and think it worthy
a thoiough trial by tho profession."
LOCAL AND GENERAL HEWS.
Politics cvcrywhoi c, o'on in the
J. E.imi;mth will run as Noble and
nut ns representative.
Diamond Head, It p. in. Weather
clear, wiml light northeast.
TiiKlmud will play its legulitr con
cert at Emma Square this evening.
Tub S. S. Australia will lio duo to
morrow fioni the Const wilh eight
days' litter news.
Tin: Australia will bring among
other good things fresh fio.en oysters
for the Beaver Saloon.
Tills steamer V. 0. Hull to-moriow
will bring thu completion of noinina
tions to tho next Legislature.
Tim liiBt chatiuo to register in 2d
District, 2d precinct, will bo at meet
ings this and to-morrow evening.
An Entre Nous Clnb has boon or
ganized and will give a social nnd
dance on Friday evening, Jan. 29th.
Frank Pariot, tho tramcar diivor
who inn over the Portuguese boy on
Saturday, will be tiied on Wednesday.
Tiik Scottish Thistle Club will cele
brate Burns' Anniversary at its rooms
this evening, and it is desired that all
membeis should be present.
E. A. Sthout, charged with the
murder of tailor Keomau of the
steamer Mikahala, will be examined
in the Police Court to-morrow.
Tin: Inspectors of the 5th District,
1st Precinct, will hold meetings to
night and to-morrow night at the
Tramway Co 's building, cornr Ka
meliamcha school grounds.
C. W. AsiiKoiii), J. A. Knhoonoi, J.
Kekipi and K. V. Wilcox sent in
their names as candidates for repre
sentatives in dill ere nt districts, to the
Minister of Interior this morning.
Punsi:u W. White of the steamer
Mikahala reports two dcatliH at "Wui
mca, Kauai. Manase Kahcle on Wed
nesday, of pleurisy, and J. H. Hoo
piopio the following day, causo not
Tun analysis ef a substance sup
posed te be opium in an opium case
the other day against Ah Tai, repott
ed in this paper, has been made by
Dr. G. Martin. The analysis proved
the article to bo opium and Ah Tai
was sentenced to pay a line of $50.
Defendant, however, did not concur
with the foreign doctor's analysis,
preferring his countryman's opinion,
and noted tin appeal.
The Opera House on Saturday
afternoon was packed with juveniles
and their guaidiuns, the attraction
being an exhibition of the "black art"
by Prof. Anderf-on. The little ones
were delighted with the performance.
In the evening another peiformanco
vas given by the Professor to a rather
blim audience. Prof, Andeison an
nounced that at his next performance
he would exhibit the unparalleled feat
of (severing a woman's head from her
House of (5 rooms to let.
I'll meet you at the Brunswick,
A suite of furnished rooms to let.
C. J. McCauthy has lots
street for bale.
Button Holes made to order at No.
'1 Garden Lane. 1507 tf
Tin: Brunswick arc tho only Billiard
Parlors in town. 0 tf
A 1UCYCLK and tricycle arc for sale
cheap at the I X L. .'127-Ut
Si:k what Hobron, Newman & Co.
have to bay about "Mizpuh."
Hoi- Hing it Co. give notice of
having bought out Tan Yuu & Co.
Pauiiic Hardware Co, will hold its
quarterly meeting bn the 30th hist.
After t-having iibe Cucumber Skin
Tonic, Bonbon, Smith & Co,, Agents,
SuNiiuiiN relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co..
Inkit.otohh of 5th District, 2d pre
cinct, will meet this, Tuesday and
Delicious coil'eo and chocolate will
be Miivcd every morning early at the
Palace Ice Cream Parlors, Ludwigsen,
it Cion, Hotel sheet. 221 tf
Get your boots and bhoes made
and rop.iiied by tho old Wniluku
shoemaker, L, Toennios, on East
Hotel street. Fust-class work, low
Kcimuiii Killed liy Hutlug n
Matiirutt-d Willi Orolon Oil,
The Jury appointed to inquire into
the cause of the death of Keomau of
the steamer Mikahala, rendered a
verdict to-day. The verdict of the
jury is that Keomau, a sailor on the
steamer Mikahala came to his death
at b;Jo o'clock on the morning of
Jan. 18th, through inflammation of
the stomach and intestines from eat
ing the whole or part of a pie satur
ated with ur'qtoi') tii fop'lislily jnbe'H
nl by E, A- iatroiit, a Dreiimu on the
said steamer Mikahala, upon the re
commendation of N. J. C'ostello, an
employee of a drug store in Hono
lulu. For the truth of the ubovo we
nllix our signatures. J. A. Mclirtcq,
cpronor: J. R Ialuwele,S. Aka, .
K.'pu.A. Iv.Ivu'liii.T, (J, VoliHajm.
A FAVORITE REMEDY.
Cliauihcrluin's Cough Remedy is a
favorite during the winter inonths on
nccountQf its gieat sqccpss jn tilt
cure of colds. Thoro io nothing that
will loosen a sei-ore oold so quiokly,
or as promptly relievo the lungs.
Then it counteracts any tendency to
ward pneumonia, It is pleasant and
safe to tuke, and fully worthy of its
popularity. For sale by all dealers,
lietibon, Smith & Co., ageuts.
THE INDEPENDENT TICKET,
A IViv More IIiIiiIiihh or t'ltl.rti-".
The Bin.i.t.TiN reporter to-day re
sumed his quest of opinions on the
piopi icty of i mini ii;; independent can
didates lor Nobles on this island. It
was learned early in the trip that Mr.
R. Halslcad had declined to be put
in nomination. Mr. J. Euimcluth
announces himself as a candidate in
this morning's Advertiser. lie was
defeated as a candidate in tho Re
form convention of 1890, when he
received only eight votes.
UK. JOS. HYMAN.
Mr. J. Ilyman said: I think it is
a very unfortunate thing to have the
ticket split up. I think it would hac
been a wiser policy to have let mat
ters take their course, as whatever
voles the Independent candidates will
draw will only go to help the Liber
als. Mil. C. L. CAllTEU.
Mr. C. L. Garter said: I have
just signed a petition to ask them to
withdraw. But if the National Re
fonners and the National Liberals
unite on account of Independent ac
tion, I should then go in for Inde
pendent candidates for every district.
A Fort street merchant, who on
account of olllcial connections has
asked that his name be suppressed,
said: My idea is that every vote
cast for Walerhousc and Emmeluth
is practically n vote for the Liberals.
A Ul.CLININO CANDIDATE.
A gentleman seen Saturday even
ing said the Independent nomina
tions had been promoted by the Lib
erals. They had sent a deputation
of natives to ask himself to run, but
he took time to inquire into it and
found they had been sent by the
A SATISFACTORY TEST.
A number of gentlemen drove out
to Paul Isenberg's Waialac Ranch on
Saturday for the purpose of testing
the qualities of a new plow known as
the "Hendry Breaker" recently put
upon the market by the Hawaiian
Hardware Co. The party was met
at the entrance to the ranch by Mr.
Isenberg and escorted to his resi
dence, where luncheon was very
pleasantly discussed, after which
they visited the licit! where the test
was to be made.
A team of six horses in charge of
Jack Foster, a California driver, was
hitched to a lUin. breakor and started
around the field, the hoises doing the
work without apparent strain. After
ward a team of four horses was at
tached to a 12in. breaker drawing it
evenly through the soil and in every
way satisfactory. It was easy lo
note the lightness of draught of the
large plow, while cutting and turning
a furrow sixteen inches wide by eight
inches deep in heavy land covered by
grass and bush, and often cutting
and turning roots as large as four
inches in diameter. The particular
advantage of this plow over others
seems to be in the fact that the in
ventor, Mr. Hendry, has been for a
long time carefully experimenting
with this plow and at the same time
keeping a sharp look out on all
special improvements made by others,
and now as a result offers the "Hen
dry Breaker" as a complete combina
tion of all plow improvements neces
sary to stand the test of hundreds to
be sold under the slioiigcst possible
After a number of changes of shape
the Hendry breaker mouldboard is
permanently fastened in a position to
completely turn the wide and deep
furrow, covering briibli, grubs and
grass entirely out of sight, and at
the same time not adding to the
weight of draught, and from the way
the whole plow is balanced it was
quite easily managed by one man,
the combination of devices and cen
tre draught rod was also noticeable
'and worthy of careful consideration
by anyone needing a plow of this
kind. The draught arrangement is a
perfect balance, and the land side of
the plow also an entirely new inven
tion. Jn fact it would seem impossi
ble to improve this plow and every
body present at the successful trial
expressed their congratulations to
Mr. Hendry in his success, and all
seemed to feel that he was correct in
believing that of the 11111113' hard trials
wilh sharp competition he has at last
got the world by the handle on plows.
Mr. Hendry, wishing to get the
benefit of disinterested experience,
arranged for this occasion to have a
man present who for a number of
years 1ms attended sharp competitive
plow trials in various parts of tho
United S.tutcs in the interest of one
of Hie largest plow manufacturers in
America, lie expressed himself much
surprised to find such perfect work
ing plows 111 this country where the
absence of large competition ap
peared to make it unnecessary to
force a dealer in plows to resort to
such a high standard of improve
ments. ARE YOUR CHILDREN SUBJECT TO
As n prevenltvo and cure for
croup, Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
has no rival. It is, in fact, the only
remedy that can always be depended
upon and that is pleasant and safe to
take. There is not the least danger
in giving it tq children, us itpoiitnins
pp injurious, suhstaugo. For sale at
SO cents, pur bottle by all dealers.
Beiibou, .Smith & Co., agents.
The Y. M. C. A. will hold evango
lislio services to-night in Bethel Hull,
Bethel shout, inuuka of Castle &
Cooke's stoic. Seats free; no col
lection. A hearty welcome to every
one. The song sm'ico begins at
7:10 p. m. Membeis of the Kaino
humeha Glee Club lead the singing
this week. Bring a friend and enjoy
r,! 1 1 :
Ilnwnii Nobles Alo.v. Young (C
yrs.), Jos. Mars'lcn, (G yrs.), S. W.
kekuewa (G yrs.). J. G. Iloapili (2
yrs.), Chas. Notley (2 yrs.).
iiepicsciiliitivcs South Ililo, R.
Ryeroft, J. Nawnlii; Cenlial Ililo,
II. West, II. II. Li nea, K. M. IC0.1
hau, W. Mokiinann (upio); North
Ililo, J. Malloou, 1). lloakiiiiou, A.
Horner, B. l'aakiki ; llainakuu, ,1.
K. Kaiimiinauii; Kohala, U. P. Ka
mauolia, J. Kahookuno; Komi, J. W.
Keliikoa, J. II. Waipuilani, Chas.
Kaiaiki; Kau, O. K Apikl. I). W. K
Thompson, Jr., J. N. Kapahu, J. K.
Maui, Nobles L. A. Thurston,
Jus Anderson (G yrs ).
Representatives Molokai, W. B.
Kala, T. S. Nahlnu. ,1. Nn.uiela, I.
K. Kaihe, Optilani, A. P. Pao
haole; Lahaiua, J, V. Kiihui, W.
White; North Wailuku, L. W. P.
Ka'nealii, S. K. Kulcikau ; .South Wa
iluku, W. Edmonds, W. B. Keanu,
NoaKaaa; Maknwao, Jno. Kaluna,
J. Kamakele; liana, P. Kiumii, J.
Kauai, Nobles A. Ureier,
Representatives Waimea, Jos.
Akina, E. L. Kauai, A. P. Kaulau
koa ; hihue, W. O. Smith, A. K
Mika, W. A. Kiha; Ilanulei, A. S
Wilcox, Isaac II. Kahilina.
A preservative against rotting,
decay, fungus, etc., of wood and stone.
Will picserve any kind of wood above
or under ground or water ami pio
long its life at leat 100 percent.
Will keep oil' all sorts of im-ccls,
vermin or other enemies of wood.
Will prevent r.itsand mice gnawing
wood coated with it.
Will force all moisture out of wood
without closing tho pores.
Will prevent shingles, coaled with
it, from rotting, cracking or warping.
Will prevent rope treated with it
from rotting, causing it lo lcmain
pliable and excelling tar coating.
Tenedos will not attack timber
coated with it.
Carbolineum avenarius does not
contain acids or poisonous ingredients
injurious to the fibres of wood.
The following is an extract from
the London "Building World :" "The
directors of the Palatine Railways say
of Carbolineum Avenarius: "Two
boauls cut from one and the same
piece of pine, one of which for the
sako of experiment was painted with
Carbolineum Avenarius, and the
other left uupainted, were buried, and
after a lapse of three years dug up
and examined. The result was, that
the wood to which the Carboline in
Avenarius had been applied shewed
no bigns of decay, whilst the other
was found to be in a lotting condi
As a wood preservative it lias no
For -ale by
The Hawaiian Hardware Co., Ld.,
Fort street, opposite Spreckels,
AN OFFICER As"i.AULTS ANOTHER.
E. Devauclielle, a Customs ollicial,
was arrested Saturday for Hogging a
police ollicer in uniform. This morn
ing in the Police Court he was tried
and found guilty, four eye-witnesses
of the occurrence giving evidence of
his guilt. Devauclielle denied eyer
laying unruly hands on the olllccr.
His Honor believed the evidence of
the four, however, in preference to
the prisoner's, and Devauchele was
sentenced to pay a fine of 850 and
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James"
Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
"My sou has been badly afflicted
with a fearful and threatening coiigji
for several months, and after trying
several prescriptions from physicians
which tailed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restored bythe use of
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schee's German Syr
up. I can recom
Roctor. mend it without
. hesitation," Chronic
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afllicted as ths lad
was, will dd well to make a note oi
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the. Lunges. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. G. GUI:K.,SoIc Man'fr.Woodliury.NJ.
BUR N S A N N I V 12 USA HY I
0 MOiI) Y KVENINO. 2Mh hist-,
lit 7:110 o'clock piouipr, a Smoking
Couoeit will be held In the Scottish
Thhtl Club Hall, A full uKcmlaiico
of iiieiiihurb Is icqucbteil- tiood pro
gramme, U27 2t
A SUITE of Furnished
Itoouib with bathroom
attached and conveniently
located. Apply at thin olllee.
11 OUSE of fl looms, kitchen
'1 anil butliiooin, within
four minutes' walk of the
pt,l Olllee. Rent 620 a mouth. Apply
at thin olllee. 328U
IVE J. L. Mi:vi:u the Painter a call
JT mill have your Paper Hanging done
iroiuptly and neatly. 130 Koit tf.trvtH;
O. Box 387. MuWuil Telephone
tig, " 160 tf
j t-T, Tf"
Has become a word dear to the hearts
of molheis. Tho " Mlxp.th" Valvo
Nipple is made of pute gum, will not
("llnp.ee and pievonls much colic be
cause they admit itir into the hnllle as
the milk is iliiiwn out, thus prevent
ing a vacuum being funned (Jive ihe
li.iby a chance lo expiess his opinion.
You'll iiv boon (hid out whether th
" Mizpuh" is 11 Mieeess or not
Wo have 1111 iismu Uncut of Davids n
and Goodyear Nipples, alo llubbci
Rattles und Teething Rings, and Nur
sery requisites in gcneial.
Every household should h.ive a Hot
Water Bag, We have some new ones
and if used with ordinary eiue will
last for years. Invalid Cushions can
be used as "life preservers" on land
us well as sea. Ours 111 e for homo
service, and me the best in eery way.
Rubber tubing from the diameter of
-inoli to the sio of gulden bote,
which we sell by the foot or yaid.
We've lots of other rubber goods,
and our Drug Store, you know,
best place to buy them.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.
J. A. CUMMINS,
J. N. S. WILLIAMS,
A. P. PETERSON,
1st J. HELELUIIK.
2d J. KANUI.
3d J. KEKIPI.
1th J. POE.
5th J. A. KAIIOONEI.
S. C. D WIGHT,
JOHN F. BOWLER.
ISLAND OF OAHU,
0th District of Honolulu, 2nd Precinrt.
NOTICE is hereby given that the
Inspectors of said Pieeinct will
hold three public meetings at tho
Reformatory School, commencing at
fl o'clock p. m., lib follows:
On .Monday, Jan. 2f, lb'.2.
On Tuesday, .'an. 2(i, 1802.
On Wedncbday, Jan. 27, 181)2.
l'or tho purpose of correcting the
electoral roll or voting list of the pie
cinet by adding new. names thereto or
striking oil' the names of such voters
as have died, removed from the; dib
trict or otherwise become dii-qunlilied
fioni voting in the said precinct. It
necessary an adjourned meeting will
also be held at the same place on
January 28, 181)2, of which duo notice
will be given at the btated meetings.
By older of tho Board of Inspectors.
W. L. WILCPX.
328 3t Chairman.
THE Board of Inspectors, 2nd Dis
trict, 2nd Precinct, will hold two
adjourned meetings, at Kaiiluwclu
School House on Monday and Tues
day evening, 2.r)th and 2(llh inst., from
7 to '.) o'clock. By order.
327 3t Chaivnmn.
THE Homil of Inspectors, 1th Dis
tiict, 1st Precinct, will hold 3
adjourned meetings at China Engine
Hoiibo on Monday, 2fith, Tuesday,
J(ilh, and Wednesday, 27th, fioin 7 to
y 1-. m.
D. B. .SMITH,
FOIt SALE I
HAVE lour Fine Residence Sites,
situated on i iikol sticet, for sale.
The Lots have a fioiituifu uf !)l feet on
Phkol stieet and are 200 fcot deep, tiro
nicely laid out In fruit and i-luidc trees
and are all coveieU with grass; wutei
laid on thioiigliout. Tins situation of
tlii'i-o Lots and the limited nuiuboi make
It iieeesMtiy thai Intending purehaseis
should maku early application to the
mulct i-igucd, fioin whom all parllcuUvq
can bu had. .IAS. F. MOJtAN.
I HE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
1 oohumiis of lutciiitlhig leading
matters. Mailed lo foreign count! ic,
90; lblautU, $1.
- f ! -, '-
LATE ARRIVALS !
11 1 rtg ' A ( 1 4. '
Every steamer and
or use lino oniameniauon.
rivals;" we bave no old stock on our shelves. Our goods
arc seleeted with eare and they meet with a ready sale ami
as fast as sold arc replaced by others. No other store in
IJonolulu contains such a large and varied assortment of
goods suitable to the wants of the people.
HAWAIIAI HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' B.mk, Honolulu.
Dress Goods !
104 Fort btrefti, Honolulu.
Latest Designs in striiell ai Well Dress Goods,
All Wool CamHette in all Shades,
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Figured Ch-nlles & Silk Striped Ohailles.
AN IMMENSE ASSORTMENT OF
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o. j. McCarthy,
Ni:v t'l'MMiNh' Block, Mi.uc hant SriiKin.
REAL ESTATE BROKER
FIRE INSURANCE PLACED.
Any business entrufcted to nio
ripilK undersigned is picmued to give
-L Lemons in Athletic KxeieUi's mid
the Manly Ait at two door above the
Royal Schuul, Emma nticet, also to gho
Instruction-, at homes of pupil if tie
shed. Applications ieeeiod at No bT
IS 12 lilt
vessel brings lo us articles
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Builders' & Geneial Hardware,
PAINTS, OILS, VARNISHES & LAMP GOODS,
AGATE WARE, TIN WARE, NEVER BREAK WARE,
Cutlery & Ginl Merchandise,
Blake's Steam Pumps,
WILCOX & GIBB'S, AND REMINGTON
S K WIN G MAC HI N ES.
EVERY STEAMER. -itt
COLLEC I IONS ATTENDED TO.
and Houses Rented.
will icceivo prompt attention. Jg
W. T. MONSARRAT,
luyOillco at Hotel Stab'es, Hotel
htieot, Both Tulcphougjai, Residence;
Miium! Tel. 010, dec 10-1)1.
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