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Arrive Pearl Cily o :5S ....
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Arrive Honolulu. ..0:10
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Now inocin on tho 27th at Sh. lUin. ). m.
l'lii) tliiitt bluiuil for tlio lioit Is ulvim tit 12li.
fun. Usee. (lnldnlKlitl of Uii'enwleli Hint) or
Hi. 28m. HIrco. i. in, of llonoliilii OliHurvntiiry
llmu. It Ih given by tlin steam wlilstlo ol tliu
Jlonohiln l'limliiK Mill, n few ilnms above
tin Custom House. Tlio sumo wlilstle-lu
sounilcil corinetly ut Honolulu mean noon.
Observatory meililliui, or loll. 31m. 20sec. of
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FKIDAY, FEB. 2G, 1892.
Stmr .1 A Cummins from Kooliiu
Sluir W G Hull f i inn Maui ami Hawaii
Am bk Oo'us.i. naokus, 21 days fioin
rittnr Polo for Makaweli
.Stmr Kilauca Hon for Kukaiau and Oo
kala at 4 p m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Kilimca Hon 4130 bags sugar.
Schr ICauikcuotili -:i000 bags sugar.
Tue American bark Colusa, liackus
muster, anived this morning, 21 days
from San Francisco, with a cm go of ien
i'1'iil mcichaudUe. .lie is docked at the
V SI S whiuf.
The brig Geo II Douglas, Heed, mas
ter, will leave on Monday with sugar for
The steamer O It Bishop will leave for
Wu.lu.11ac ami Kaliuku on Slonilav.
The steamer W G Hall arrived this
THE BARK EDWARD MAY.
The bark Edward May, Captain
Charles McClure, noted in yester
day's issue, as having arrived 140
days from Boston, has been doeked
at Brewer's wharf. She is consign
ed to and owned by C. Brewer & Co.
Capt. McClure has turnished the fol
"Left Boston October 81 h, 1891;
weather very unsettled the first four
days out, and encountered a very
heavy gale, but, no north-east trades ;
crossed the equator Nov. 1 lth, 37
days out, in long. 32 deg. W. ; was
25 days from 50 deg. S. in the At
lantic to 50 deg. S. in the Pacific,
the greater part of the time being a
succession of gales ; was 28 days
from 50 deg. S. to the equator in the
Pacific, cio-sing it in 130 deg. W.,
had good N.E. trade to lat. 17 deg.
N., and light variable winds from
there to Honolulu, arriving on 25th
February, M0 days from Boston. The
major part of ihe voyage was accom
pained with rough and unpleasant
weather. Was 500 miles off Oahu
during the last nine days."
The Edward May was cargo laden
nt New York and Boston, anil brings
besides a heavy cargo of general mer.
(ohandise consigned to C. Brewer &
Co., Pacific Hardware Co., J. T. &
II. Waterhouse, Oahu It. & Land
Co., J..Eniinehith & Co., 309 tons
Cumberland coal discharging this
THRILLED BY NUMERALS.
Mine. Modjeska, like the rest of
humanity, is not averse lo an occa
sional joke, and one of a practical
nature which she recently played
upon u supremely swell assemblage
was rather unique in its conception.
A dinner in her honor had been
given at a certain Fiflh-avenuo man
sion, and toward the close the guests
joined the hostess iu a request that
Madame would favor them with a
brief recitation. Sho staled her
willingness to oblige, but though she
racked her brain nothing apropos re
curred to her, and finally she begged
to he let off with a short selection iu
her native tongue. The suggestion
was applauded and Madame began.
Although her listeners could not
understand the words, her gestures
and some thrilling tones held them
enchained until the final syllable,
when she was overwhelmed with
As she was preparing to depart
her hostess asked her for the title of
the selection she had given, and
much to her surprise Madame went
into u small-sized paroxysm of
"1 urn sorry to deceive you," she
said, biniling, "but my recitation
hasn't any name. My uiPiuory fail
ed so badly that as u last resort 1 re
cited the numbers from 1 to 230 hi
1'ollsh. New York Commercial Advertiser.
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tins Honolulu Aiion expect lo give
it picnic at Reniond Grove soon.
Thk exciting Portuguese case in Hie
Police Court bus been postponed.
Mn. William MuQurn lias been ap
poinleil elork lo llin Komi Supervisor.
Thk parly ot alleged tout it wbo
linvu been indicating al Waiauae
lately Iiivvl lcturneil to town.
Quo. Kick, son of Caplaiu Kiue, is
one of tbe crow of tliu wbaler .Iiunes
Allen lying oil' and on outside.
Captain Lr.u of tlio Sonoma is con
fident of n victory in his footrace with
Captain Kieo to-morrow evening.
Thk S. S. Zcahindia is still lying on
tbe mud flats at Sun Fnincii-co, not
likely lo bo used at an early date.
Thk U.S.S. San Francisco, Admiral
Hrown's ship, is ubout due from San
Diego. She may bo along to-morrow
Two line setter dogs 111 rived on tbe
bark Colusa to-day for Mr. H. J. Nolle,
of the Beaver Saloon. They are little
A cask of merchandise came by the
bark Edward May, from Boston, for
Mr. Arthur Genus, who skipped a
short lime ago.
Tin: importation of sugar from the
Hawaiian Islands into Sun Francisco
for the month of January reached 4,
Thk Kaz7.le1la7.zle football team is
in daily practice for their match game
with the l'uuahou team, to take place
Notwithstanding the closeness of
the weather and times, the Salvation
Army still holds forth on Beretania
street at noon daily.
Skvkuai. tons of plantation in mimi
cry arrived on the bark Colusa this
morning for Col. ',, S. Spalding of the
Realm plantation, kauai.
Thk Queen Dowager's charity luau,
which was to have taken place to
morrow, has been postponed. The
luuu will come oil' some time next
Onk of the little twin daughters of
Mr. C. M. Cooke died to-day, from la
grippe. The store ijnd lumber yard
of Lewers & Cooke have been closed
Tin: barkentino S. N. Castle and
brigantine W. G. Irwin, having left
San Francisco the same day, 13th inst.,
will make u good ocean race for this
port, both having crack records.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Weather
clear; wind, fresh north-east. Five
whalers otT port barks Jus. Allen,
Northern Light. Bounding Billow,
brig Alexander, schooner Rosalia.
The new fn email's device iu the
shape of .i by. I runt suction lately im
ported, will be tried in connection
with Engine Co. No. l's engine on
Emma street to-morrow afternoon.
Evkuy case in the Police Court this
morning was remanded, with the ex
ception of a case of drunkcunes-,
which was discharged, owing to the
low physical condition of the victim.
Thk whalers Bounding Billow, Jas.
Allen, two other barks and schooner
Rosalia are all cruising outside. It
was a pretty sight to sen them sailing
in each other's wake and all tacking
at the same time.
Thk unexpired lease and furniture
of Waikiki Villa will be sold at public
auction, by J. F. Morgan, to-morrow
at noon. The lease of a. house and
lot adjoining the Villa will be disposed
of at the same time.
Naka, an inmate of Lunalilo Home
for the past two or three months, has
been committed to the Insane Asy
lum, on the evidenco of Dr. C. B.
Wood that he was affected with de
mentis, probably caused by opium.
MR. LUCAS VERY LOW.
Mr. Geo. Lucas, Sr., is in a very
critical condition this afternoon, and
it is considered only a matter of hours
when one of Hawaii's oldest residents
will have passed away.
The I'uctoliiM CnsH Derided 1b Favor
or till! CIliltCMf.
The full Court has filed a decision
on the famous case of the contract
laborers of the Kohala Sugar Com
pany who arrived on the bark Pacto
lus from China. It is delivered by
Chief-Justice Judd, and alllruis the
decree of Justice Dole. The Court
decides that immigrants should know
all conditions and particulars of their
contracts before leaving China. This
decision releases the laborers from
their contracts. Hartwell for plain
tiff (Cliong Chum); Castle and
(latch for defendants (Kohala Sugar
The Court has also filed a decision,
Justice Dole dissenting, in the fam
ous horse case of W. R. Castle vs.
John F. Bowler. It dismisses the ap
peal of plaintiff (Castle) from judg
ment in the Intermediary Court, on
the technical ground that no certifi
cate of appeal was filed. Tlio case
was a suit for damages on the pur
chase of a mare sold at auction, on
the ground that there was a guar
antee of foal made ut sale which was
not realized. Hartwell for plaintiff ;
Peterson for defendant.
Dit. MoLknnan, the well-known
specialist of San Francisco, Cal., re
cently in rived hero with his family,
has opened ollices at No. 31 Richards
btreet, opposite the Koyal Palace.
The Doctor has had fifteen years of
unpiceedented biiccess at the Bay
City, having among his patients
many of our leading citizens to whom
he can now refer.
The Doctor's specially is the treat
ment of all chronic, dillicTilt and lin
gering disease, and he invites all so
ulUicted to visit him. liefer by per
mission to Mr. J. T. Wuterhouse, Sr.
Medical and surgical electricity a
specialty. 334 lm
Stato Dinnor Givon by Hor
1.11 ol'diucsH. Hand Program,
At Iolanl Palace yesterday evening
Her Majesty gave the first state din
ner since her accession. The banquet
hall was in beautiful preparation for
the event. Banquet lumps and two
catulelahras ot nine lights each shed
a Hood of light over the table, which,
besides its rich plate and glittering
crystal, was adorned with a profusion
of Dowers in vases and bouquets.
Pots of ferns, palms, Dowers, etc.,
stood about the room in effective ar
rangement. The company sat down to the ban
quet at 7:30 o'clock and rose up at
10:15. Just before withdrawing to
the blue room, the company cordially
drank Her Majesty's health.
The following is a list of those
present at the dinner:
Her Majesty the Queen.
His Royal Highness Prince David
His Koyal Highness Prince Kuhio
His Excellency the Honorable A.
The Chancellor of the Kingdom,
His Honor A. Francis Judd, and
The Minister of the Interior, His
Excellency Charles N. Spencer, and
The Minister of Finance, His Ex
cellency II. A. Widcmann, and Mrs.
Will cm a tin.
The Attorney-Generol, His Excel
lency W. A. Whiting.
The Envoy Extraordinary and
Minister Plenipotentiary for the
United States of America, His Excel
lency John L. Stevens, and Mrs.
The Charge d' Affaires and Con-sul-General
for Portugal, Senhor A.
dc Souza Canavarro.
II. IL M.'s Commissioner and
Consul General, Major James II.
Wodehouse, and Mrs. Wodehouse.
The Consul and Commissioner for
France, Monsieur G. M. Bosseront
II. 1. J. M.'s Diplomatic Agent
and Consul-Geneial, Monsieur Taizo
The President of the Legislative
Assembly, Honorable John b. Walk
er, and Mrs. Walker.
The Chamberlain of the House
hold, Major James W. Robertson,
and Mrs. Robertson.
Honorable Charles 11. Bishop.
The Marshal of the Kingdom,
Honorable. Charles B. AVilson, and
Commander U. S. S. Pensacola,
Captain Albert Kautz, and Mrs.
Commander II. B. M.S. Pheasant,
Lieutenant Commander -E. Hunter
Medical Inspector, U. S. N., Geo.
Colonel the Hon. Curtis P. Iaukca
and Mrs. Iaukea.
Honorable William G. Jr(win, and
Mrs. J. Mott Smith, wife of the
Hawaiian Minister Plenipotentiary at
The menu was as follows :
Anchovy on Toast. Oysters on Shell.
Consomme. Cream of AbparagUB.
Mullet, Tartar Sauce.
Salmon, Hollandaise Sauce,
Canvas Back Duck. Pheasant.
Saddle of Venison.
Celery Mayonnaise. Chicken.
Diplomatic Pudding. Charlotte Kuesu.
Sherbet. Ice Cream. Maccaroous.
Fruit. Nuts. Cheese.
Hook. Sherry. Rhine Wine. Claret.
Port. Cognac. Chartreuse.
During the dinner the Royal Ha
waiian Band, stationed on the north
veranda, played the following pro
1. Murch "Hawaii Nei," Bprgpr
2. Overture "Grand Duchess,". . .
3. Chorus "Tannhauser," ..Wagner
4. "Reminiscences of all Nations,"
5. Gavotte "Soft Glances,". Nevaux
(I. Waltz "Artist Life," Strauss
7. Patrol "Mount Guard,". Eiloiiborg
8. .March "Queen Liliuokahuii,".
For the beautiful decorations of
the banquet room and table credit is
due to Mesdames Robertson, Wilson,
Freelh, Clark aud Norrle. Their
work was executed with great tuste
AS A NERVE TONIC
Ihc 11'ii'Hfnrd'H Arid l'liocpiiute.
Dr. S. L. Williams, Clarence, Iowa,
says: "I huvo used it to grand etlect
iu a ease of neuralgic fever, aud iu
uterine diluuiillics. Also, in cases
where a general tonic was needed.
For a nerve tonic I' think it is the best
I have ever used, and can recommend
it must confidently."
ROME EAVORSJHE REPUBLICS,
TrlbatcH or tin l'li to the United
HtntrH mill Krnnre.
Paris, February 10. To-morrow's
Petit Journal wilt print an Interview
with the Pope, in which, after dis
cussing in general terms the question
of the attitude of church and State
iu France, lie says: "Tlio republican
form of government, is as proper as
any other. 1 have just received the
President of the Organization Com
mittee of the Chicago World's Fair,
who has requested the adhesion of
the Holy Sec and its participation in
this great American enterprise. The
United States, which are also under
republican institutions, iu spite of
drawbacks attaching to liberty with
out any bounds, are becoming a
greater country every day, and the
Catholic Church is going through a
process of development there without
any necessity for conllict with the
States. These two powers agree
very well, as they could agree every
where, or. condition that one does
not encroach upon the lights of the
I.IllKHTY II Kit HASIS.
"Liberty is, in their case, truly the
basis of relations between the civil
powers and religious convictions.
And iu it the church acquires above
everything, liberty. My authoritathe1
voice should be listened to so that
the aim and attitude of the church
should no longer be misconstrued,
and I say that which benefits the
church in the United Slates would,
with all the more reason, suit her in
terest in republican France.
"What suits the United Slates is
still more suited to republican France.
To all Frenchmen who visit me I
speak the same langiingo, I wish that
language to be known by all. I re
gret that certain persons in high
places should not dare to proclaim
publicly, as they should, the efforts
that I make for peace, and the pros
perity of your noble nation, which 1
regard over as the eldest daughter of
the Church. In this course 1 persist,
and I encourage all who enter on it
steadfastly to help me in my task.
MISSION OF THE CHU11CII.
"The chinch should keep to its
true mission. It should reform,
should inculcate a spirit of self-sacrifice
aud devotion. The church should
take an interest in the 'condition of
the weak. My assertion of the rights
of workiugiucn should facilitate and
hasten the restoration of peace and
diminish the insignificant minority
which strives to disturb the public
mind, and prevent union in your
couutry a union indispensable to
the fulfillment of its high destinies.
Thanks to her strong constitution,
France will rise to her old greatness
in despite of her foes. I learn with
joy that, though she boasts such
abundant military resources and such
valiant sons, France has not faltered
in her prudence aud her patience.
THE KUTUKE OK 1'IUNCE.
"If she will but free herself from
the dissensions that check her deve
lopment and paralyze her influence ;
if she will but abstain from harassing
and persecuting, she will soon regain
the conspicuous place and glorious
rank in the world which of right be
long to her."
This language of the Pope will
make a great impression in France,
where the adhesion qf his Holiness
to the republic will cause widespread
satisfaction. Europe will now under
stand that the Holy See is for France
and against the Triple Alliance. It
will, no doubt, be gratifying to the
United Stales to find that the Sover
eign Pontiff takes them us a model.
I'm. meet you at the Brunswick.
Extua Mince Pies at the "Elite."
C. J. McCakthy has lots
street for sale.
Thk Brunswick are the only Billiard
Pallors in town. 0-tf
Hawaiian Council, American Le
gion of Honor, will meet this evening.
Aitkk shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tunic. Benton, .Smith it Co,, Agents.
SiiNiuiKN rnjjovcd at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co.,
Thk Golden Rule Bazaar, II. F.
Reynolds proprietor, oilers goods at
San Francisco prices on a cash basis.
Ik you want to save time mid
money buy your furniture, etc., at the
1 X L, corner Nutianii and King
streets. 0-2 w
Found the place to buy new and
second hand furniture of all kinds at
low piiees, the 1 X L, comer Niiuanu
and King htreet. fi-2w
Dkliciouk coil'ee and chocolate will
bo served every morning early at the
Pal.ico Ice Cream Pallors, Ludwighoii,
ifc'Pion, Hotel street. 1-tf
Get .your hoots and shoes made
apd repaired by the old Wailukti
shoemaker, L. Tommies, on East
Hotel street. Flint-clues work, low
Bkdhoom sets, waidrobes, ice boxes,
stoves, chairs, hanging lamps, rugs,
bureaus, chcfii'iiieri-, etc., sold cheap
for cash at the 1 X L, corner Nuiianu
and King street. 5-2w
O. O. BKKOKiiragent for the Hnwa i
un IslundHf .tuu New Yoik Life In
fcuriiuco Company, otl'era $500 for the
apprehension of tlio author of sland
erous icports against his company.
Every family should be provided
with some reliablu medicine for bowel
complaints. A fair trial will con
vince any one that Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrlimu Remedy
is without an equal; besides it is
pleasant to take, 25 and 50 cent
bottles for sale by all dealers. Beu
bou, Smith & Co., agents.
What a hot of grateful letters we would
U'celve. We'ie ure iliev would thank
us for Ihe "Ml.p.ih" Nipple which we
have Introduced for their benefit. This
nipple Ill-IP's to pi event colic and Is very
durable We have sold mnc nearly
evciy day rIih-c we told you about them.
They know that sometimes hail foods
an palmed off on them. You may not
ill-cover it until sickness reveals the fact.
You can always pioeme fresh Mcllln's
l-'o d from us as n have made airange-iiii-iils
io have a new "iipply come by
e,-n steam. -i The last "Amtiullii"
bi.'iiirlit a fn-h 1 t which we can offer
j mi at Oil reals ,i-r bottle and 87 uf
-In.- u lm tin huge -lze. We've Bulge's
i' i ml Ion
sugar ot Mlik I the thing to use for
sweetening iiifiut loods. Try it and be
e uiv ii'-eil.
I. line Wa'cr Is ued for acidity. We
make it from one of the most approved
Of Niiislng But les we have cer:il
kind-. The ur.i-luateil Bottle you'll find
a great boon Having a scale divided
Into ounces enables you to be veiy ueeit
latc. Mothers will appreciate this In
vention. Then we h iw Nursery Soups and
f-ponges, Puff Boxes, Puffs and Powder;
dainty little Infant Blushes ami Fine
For some of the little baby's aches
aud pubis we have a long list of popular
We haven't the space here to enume
rate nil the requisites which we keep in
this line, but we can supply your wants
just the same, for we keep them all.
Remember we have a telephone. Ring
up No. 428 on either line if you want
the New Drug htoie.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Cornel- Port X: IClnp; Mi-eotH.
Moil Rule Bazaar
Iiiitu A. Ii. Smith SI oris
To the Public of the Hawaiian Islands.
OUR STOCK OF
Domestic Pnper Patterns
And all Sewing Machine accessoi les is
now as complete as it Is possible to keep
them. Full and complete stock of
Blank Books, School, Note and Exercise
Books, Pens, Slates, etc., etc.
thi: t'iii:Ai'i:sT link or
GUITARS and MANDOLINES
Croquet Sets. Lawn Tennis,
Rackets & Balls, Base Balls,
Bats, Caps, Glove', etc
A Woiil) AiiOt'T Plticnsl Experience
proves that it costs 10 peicent to keep
books, and at least 5 percent for bad
debts, the result Is we wish to set our
selves straight with the public.
IS?" Those who pay cash have no right
to be charged the above 15 percent, ami
we have dctei mined to do business the
same way ns is done in San Francisco
on a CASH BASIS only.
Our prices will thus bo as low as pur
chasing for cash can make them, anil we
feel that the public will not be long In
lluding out the difference.
W. F. REYNOLDS,
335 Puoi'itiEiou. !lw
$500 REWARD !
SOME irresponsible rascals have cir
culated what purports to be clip
pings from the New York Herald of
January 25, 1892. The article slan
ders the New Youk Lin: iNhUKANCK
Comtany and ib probably the eowaidly
work of competitors. The issue of
the New York Herald contains noth
ing like it and no other notice than
that President Beers is likely to bo re
tained. This tends to refuto all slan
ders against the Company.
I now oiler a reward of Five Hun
dred Dollars for the discovery of the
authorship of the lying statement and
forgery distributed in these Islands
concerning the New Youk Lin: I.v
C. O. BURGER,
General Agent for the Hawaiian Isl
ands. 355 lm
rpWO Nicely Furnished
X Rooms centrally located.
Enquire Bulletin Olllce,
to let. Knqulie
0iy, FnrtBt., up-tulrs.
Queen street, between
Alakca and Rlchmds.
GEO. HANI )E. MAN.
LARGK building Lot
corner Kewalo sticet
Wilder avenue; aiea !.'!..
Fine locality, terms easy. Pike,
.IU11.N. K. UUI.HUK.N.
3 15 VW
FOIt SALID !
T HAVE on hand afl.il
1 tlu Britain," Honolulu,
45 Head California Mules
fioin It io 5 yean, old. many
of which will weigh fioin
1000 to 1100 lbs. each-, II horoiighurcil
llolstelu Bull 'i j ear, old 0th of next
March; 1 Half Jersey Bull :i yeuis old
next May; ,6 or 0 Impoited Cows, all
gentle, young aud have had calves wlllilu
past two months. Also, for want of use
ami all as good as now, 1 ".'-seated Cov
ered 'milage, with polo and shaft and
Double Harness; 1 Liidit ii-horso Lum
ber Wagon, Flsch make and guaranteed
to cany 4000 lbs.; aUoJ complete Set
Double Harness for sumo, All of above
property can lie bought cheap.
11 ' 3. N. WRIGHT,
MO lm P. O. Box 45a, Honolulu.
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Not through the keyhole but walk in iioblh -ind see what we hnve.
You probably think you know through our advertisements, but you haven't
a soupcon of an idea; we cannoi tell you half the dilferenl thing. These
ads are merely invitations, though we frequently invite your inspection of
our HAVILAND CHINA and FlSCHF.l.'S RANGKS. We have two Doors
and three warehouses filled with good' sin, i 'e to your wants.
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Foil street, oppo. Spreckels' Ban , II-i lulu.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CuTlu!
Fort, Street, Honolulu.
New Goods by Late Arrivals I
Tools & Implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF Till-: BEST QUALITY.
(From t Gallon to S00 Gallons).
t2t We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and aro
prepared to quote spicial prices for any quantity.
1'ACIFIC 1IAKDWAKE CO., L'd.
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A POINTER.
UNLAUNDRIED SHIFTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlatindried Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
ftfiEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. Wu have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
(VJEN'S SOCKS. An immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
briggan, Black or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 2o cents a pair.
M E iV S NECKWEAR. A large assortment ; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-lland and 'Ties of all kinds.
SSf See our White P. K. Scarfs that we aro selling 2 for 25 cents;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, 3 for SI, they are good value.
Men's Bathing Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Yalises of all kinds,
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fot Street, - - Honolulu.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipss & Tobacco-
AGENTS FOR Tllifl LEADING
B&- NKW GOODS BY ICYERY STEAMFU. "
n O V A. JL.
The Event of the Season !
SATURDAY EVENING, Feb, 27,
Complimentary Beiielit In Mlts. KHIW-
TINKGUAY, iiiiiIui thodiieclloti
of I'lior. II. BKuuxit.
The Programme will include:
Songs, Dances, Music
Grand Ballet Dance !
Willi Lime Light Effect.
Boyd Hiwailan Otchotri, Kawai.
hao Choir, and th)
Best Local Talent
er Box Plan for Reserved Seats at
L. J. Levey's now ui-eu. U51 0t
X7A(J . .
Lane MuciM in Price !
1 am now prepared to tell tlioio
I DESIRABLE RESIDENCE LOTS
on ICIiik HI rout.
Known as the " WILCOX LOTS," at a re
duced llguie, and on liberal terms.
Ivir Intending purchasers will do well
to call early.
3.M iw JAS. F. MORGAN.
Steamer for Victoria & Portland
The S S. ZAMBESI
Will ho duo at this poit from China and
Japan on or about March 1st,
aud will leave soon after for
! Victoria & Sound Ports.
CaT For terms of trclght and passage
853 lot TIIEO. H. DAVIES & C0
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