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Arrivo Honolulu. ..8 :H.V 1 1 :5i iiM
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Leave Honolulu fir20
Arrive Poarl City 5 :u8
Lohvo Poari City.. (1:00
Arrivo Honolulu. . .0: 10
t Saturdays only.
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Full moon on tliu 13th lit 2Ii. 24m. n. m.
riio tlmo blKiuil ftii' tliu pott la ulvvn nt 121i.
Out. Ooec. (nildnlnhtl of Uii'ouulcli tlmo or
Hi. 2Sin. illscc. p. in. of Honolulu Obeiuitory
time. It U kI'H by tliu steuni wlilstlo or tlio
Honolulu ritiniiiK Mill, u tow rtooin nliovu
tliu Custom llouu. Tliu suiuu whlstlu Is
founded concctly nt Honolulu menu noon.
Observatory tuoiiUiiiii,oi loll. 31m. Sflsec. of
THURSDAY, MARCH 10, 1892.
Uktne Uncle John, Peek, 70 days from
X c castle
R M ri S Monowui, Carey, from the Colo
nies Btnir Kaala from Walanac
Stmr Hawaii from llamakua
Brigt W G Irwin, McCulloch, for Sau
Stnir lwulani foi Hmuaku-i
Stmr Kanlu for Walanae
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW.
KJ1SS Mouowoi, Carey, for San Fran
cisco Stmr V G Hall for Maui and Hawaii at
10 u m
CARDOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Hawaii C400 bugs sugar.
For Sau Francisco per brigantine W
G Irwin, Mar 10 James Peel and J E
Cull u in.
FOREIGN VESSELS EXPECTED.
HIMS Ihci, Mori, from Japan
Sb Australia, lloudlette, due Mar 22
It M ta b Mariposa, u.., ,;.a, ,, ,,
Fianelseo, due March 10
Am bk Amy Tinner, Johnson, fiom Bos
ton, Jan. 10-15
Am wh bk Morning Star, Mar 25, from
Am Mil bk Mermaid, Mar 25, from New
Am bkt Katie Flicklnger, fiom 1'uget
Sound, now due
Am hehr Aloha, from Port Blakely, now
Mis stmr Morning Star from the South
Forest Queen, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco Andrew Welch, Diew, from Sau Frau
cleo S G Wilder, Grilllths, from Sau Fran
cisco Bkmo lungard, Schmidt, fiom Sail
1-masted schr Robert Leweis. from San
Bk Elfcinore from Newcastle, N S W
Bk Ceylon, fiom San Kiaticisco
The bilgantinc Win G Irwin, J E Mc
Culloch master, sailed this afternoon for
Sau Fiaucisco with the following caigo:
2230 bugs rice shipped by M S Giinbaum
ifc Co, 517 do by liyiuuu Urns, H'J.'iO bae;s
sugar by C O Berger, 3,")48 do by W G
(i win & Co. The eaigo neighed 1,125,
120 pounds, and valued at S:t7,'Jll.
HERBERT At Walluku. Maul, March
7, 1802, to tbo wife of Dr. Geo. Her
bei t, a daughter.
The Royal Hawaiian Military Band
will give n public concert at the
Hawaiian Hotel this evening, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. Following
is the program :
Overture King's Lieutenant Till
Cavatlua The Maityrs Donizetti
Finale Hlgoletto Verdi
Selection Mtu itauu Wallace
Hone Ae Net, Wul Miiptiint. Alien Oo.
Selection Pirates of Penzance.. Sullivan
Patrol Mount Guard Klleuberg
Walt. Artist Lifo Strauss
G ulop Over the Road Zielirer
Following is a statement of the ac
counts of the luau for the benefit of
the Maternity Home. The net re
ceipts aie disappointingly small,
ovfiim partly to divided counsels in
the management and partly to unful
filled promises of supplies. In the
latter case cash hud to be spent to
make up for the defaulting contribu
tions in kind. Still the net amount
will be quite a lift to the institution:
Tickets Mild if 278 00
Receipts at door 1(15 00
Donations JO 25
Receipts Icecream table 58 -15
Receipts Roee and Lei table. 87 00
GroSH receipts 5U8 70
Expenses , . . 273 !)(
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Whaling bark Stamboul off Dia
Thkiik were no cases on trial in the
Supienio Court to-day.
Exgink Co. No. 1 will hold its ad
join noil monthly meeting this even
ing. The S. S. Monowui from the Colo
nics is onterini; burdock as this paper
goes to prow.
Two moru races have been added
to the regatta to tiko place nt Pearl
City on March 17th.
J in: Hoard of Representatives of
the Kiro Department will meet it the
Hell Tower this evening.
Tin: Kulukaua Monument Associa
tion will meet to-morrow at the offlcc
of lion. M. 1. Robiupon, at 2 o'clock.
The band in consequence of the
steamer Monoivai's urrival will play
at the Hawaiiau Hotel this averring.
Juugn S. 11. I)olr paid a visit to the
U. 3. F. S. San Frmchco this after
noon and was iceeived with otllcial
Thk band will pi ly at Thomas
Square this evening. Should the
Monowui ariivc, however, the concert
will be at the Hawaiian Hotel.
The Government pile driver lying
near the seawall partly capsized the
other day, owing to overbalance. An
effort is being made to right her
The once familiar sound of the
Admiral's nine in the eveninc and
live o'clock in the morning gun is
again heard since the San Francisco's
The new scow of H. Hackfeld &
Co. has been launched and is now
lying alongside of the Kaimiloa. The
tcow rides the so.i beautifully. Ror
enson & Lyle were the builders.
Engine Co. No. 2 and Hook & Lad
der Co. held their adjourned monthly
meetings last night. The Hooks
passed several amendments to their
laws to be submitted to tho Hoard.
The first division of tho Liliuoka
lairi Educational Society will meet
to-morrow at the Bungalow, on tho
Palace picmihes, to consider the dis
position of tho funds hold by them.
Major Percy L. Harrington, who
left the U. S. Marine Corps at Hono
lulu and did some newspaper work
here, is now editor of a new weekly
called the Democrat at San Jose, Cal
ifornia. Samples of the Folia berry, grown
in tho gulden of Mr. II. F. Poor, Hon
olulu, have been left on the Bulletin
table. Mr. Poor says they are not as
good as berries grown at higher alti
tudes. They aro, however, well devel
oped and have an excellent flavor. If
nut tart enough for "Conflagration
Jones," the berries are yet a first-class
article for jam.
THE MAYHEM CASE.
The mayhem case against James
R. Holt reported in yesterday's
Bulletin occupied the whole of this
morning's session in the Police Court
und is otill on thio nfternoon. Samuel
Kaahu, the one hurt, is a lad of nine
years of age and in evidence stated
that on Tuesday morning at Kakaako
he got a crowd of boys, and Valen
tine Holt, another young lad, got
another crowd. They represented
two factious at war and began pelting
each other with stones. Finally Val
entine, the leader of the opposing
crowd, was hit on the nose, making
quite a cut from which blood flowed.
James Holt, father of the injured
lad, ran out and, as Kaahu says, held
him while he slit Iris nose with a
knife, which he could tell by its "oi"
(sharpness). The little complainant
shows a cut on his nose. V. V. Ash
ford for the prosecution ; Paul Neu
mann for the defense.
AN OLD ACQUAINTANCE.
We are in receipt of a neat little
journal piiuted on board the U. S. S.
Marion, edited by Mr. J. L. Hennet.
We wish Mr. Beimel the same suc
cess as attended the Wave in Hono
lulu, but we beg to remind him that
if he is disappointed, the fact may
perhaps be explained in there not
being as many papers in Honolulu as
there are in Yokohama. Of papers
it cannot truthfully be said "the more
the merrier." We see it stated in
the "Nayal Intelligence" column of
Sea Foam, that Admiral Harmony is
expected oqt in the Belgic. Japan
THE LADIES' LUNCH.
The lunch at tho Central Union
Church this noon was largely attend
ed. Her Majesty the Queen arrived
at 1 1 :30 o'clock and graced the occa
sion with her presence for quite a
while. The place presented a fairy
like appeal ance with its natty decor
ations. On the different tables
covered with anowwhite linen were
bouquets of flowers nicely arranged.
Tho lunch was quite a success and a
credit to the ladies of Central Union
Church who got up the affulr. Some
of the Kuwaiahao Seminary girls as
sisted the ladies.
A report at 3 o'clock this after
noon imports the information that
the weather at Diamond Head is
salubrious and the wind is a light
northeast. Whalers lying off and ou
outside aro; James Allen, Hunter,
Alice Kiiowlcs, Alexander, Sea
Ranger, Stamboul and a baikeutine.
IJhi IIiirHrorri'H Acid lMicpnate.
Dr. W, H. Gillies, Winnipeg, Mani
toba, says: "I have iibed it in a typi
cal cabu of indigestion with bilious
ness, and found it to bo, without
exception, the best thing I ever used
iu such cases,"
ADVERTISING THE ISLANDS.
Editor Bulletin :
The subject of advertising the isl
ands is one that ought to interest
every citizen of this country and
should be thoroughly discussed be
fore iiny dellnitc action is taken or
hi'fore nur public-spirited citizens
are asked to support any scheme that
may ho proposed.
The promoters of the Hawaiian
Bureau of Information would deserve
great credit for advancing the sub
ject as they have dono, wcro it not
for the apparent fact of their having
goods to sell being too prominent.
These gentlemen tell the public
that the late arrival of touiists is an
evidence of the good work their ef
forts in advertising have accomplish
ed through tho "Vistas of Hawaii"
and other like mateiial.
No credit i9 allowed the Paradise"
of the Pacific which has been pub
lished for years by J. J. Williams ;
"The Tourist's Guide," by the Ga
zette Co. ; "The Glimpses of Ha
waii," by the Hawaiian News Co. ;
"The Souvenirs of Hawaii," by King
Bros. ; "The Hawaiian Annual," by
T. G. Thrum, and a number of other
publications with the same object,
which have been iu circulation for
In view of all this it seems ridicu
lous to claim for the "Vistas of Ha
waii," which have only come to light
within the Inst three months or so,
that they should have accomplished
so much in so short a time.
Why should these two companies
be aided in their private schemes of
advertising to the exclusion of all
If the proposed plan of advertising
were the most approved, it would not
meet with the opposition that it docs,
although it did enable these two com
panies to shoulder the expense of
their advertising upon the community
at large ; but it is decidedly not the
best mode, which has been generally
conceded by those who know. While
it forms an excellent auxiliary lo the
better method it should not be con
sidered the chief plan.
Advertising in the Century, Har
per's Monthly, and like publications,
is more like it; but to do it properly
it will impose too heavy a tax upon
those who support the advertising.
Would it not be a better plan to
subscribe enough to the support of a
periodical like the "Paradise of the
Pacific," which will enable it to put
out a more attractive illustiated paper
to be published monthly or oftencr if
it prove advisable, and in this way
pationize home industry? Employ
ment could then be gucn at home to
a Hawaiian of merit who has been
stud ing the art of engraving abroad,
with marked success. Surely such a
paper will prove more attractive for
being a Hawaiian product.
No one will have the hardihood to
deny that the newspaper enjoys the
leading position as an advertising
medium, and one can easily see the
advantage this plan presents when
the difference is considered.
On the one hand you have a hand
book which is gone through at a
glance and laid aside, the illustrations
being the only attractions. "Tliu
photogravures pioposed for framing
aro, at best, very uncertain typical
Hawaiian scenes and might easily be
mistaken for Mexican or other
scenery, as they would be viewed in
a railroad depot where there are
hundreds of other attractive adver
tisements. On the other hand, take the pro
posed paper. It can be sent to Ha
waiian Consuls in all parts of the
world for distribution. Agents can
also be employed iu any or all the
principal cities who can attend to tire
free distribution of such a paper at
railroad depots, steamboat landings
and such places, where reading mat
ter is always sought after.
It cannot be denied that such a
method, if adopted, would do more
good for less money than any other.
Then again each month would
bring something fresh into being,
which is oiie of its chief attractions.
You can send such a paper over the
same route month after month and it
will always prove acceptable and best
of all it will be read.
There are many other reasons why
such a paper would be best, but
enough has been said to answer the
Trusting that those who have ex
pressed their approval of the plans
proposed by "The Hawaiian Bureau
of Information" will pive the matter
due consideration, and thanking you
for your kindness,
"An Advocate ok Piuntkk's Ink."
THE WHALER CALIFORNIA.
The whaling bark California came
into port this morning to discharge
her five hundred barrels of sperm
whale oil. The California has been
out about eleven mouths and lying off
and on for the past week. Crowds
flocked to the P. M. S. wharf to Itavo
a look at the first whalesliip that has
entered this port for some years. The
hark is from New Bedford qnd. is
50 years old. She is still a staunch lit
tle vessel mid will no doubt continue
to do profitable work for her owners.
The sailois aro all glad to touch ter
ra flrma. A sperm wh.ile was caught
off Diamond Head by the California.
Sperm whalo teeth were in great de
mand ou her arrival, and some of the
sailors feasted their eyes on bright
Aii arranged boat race wjll tak,o
plu.ee on Siituulay aUeiiiaon at 1 130
o'clock, between orewsfiom thollea
lanl and Kuiulani boat clubs. The
Healani's junior will pull in the
Liliuokalaui and the KaiulauPs senior
and junior crowa will compete with
them in a lace to and around t,u
spar buoy in the Kapplwa and kuiu
lani. It will bo a race for blood but
no money. The Myrtles will look on.
A FULL attendance of the members
of the First DlvUlr.n of the Lllhio
kalonl Eilufiitlouiil Sueloh u icfpieMed
to meet at the Bungalow, m the Pul.ieo
Ground", FRIDAY Al' "KltN'OOX at .1
o'clock, to iINciisi the llnal disposition
of the funds holtl by Mi it lliinn.
Mfi 2t PLlt ORDER.
Kalakaua Monument Association
I MIC members of this Association are
heieby notitled lluit tlieio will be a
meeting al the oluYo of the Tieasurer,
Hon. M. P. Robinson, on the aflei noon
of FRIDAY, Miueh lllh, al 2 o'clock,
and all persons liming book of the
Association will al'O lake notice to make
returns of cu.-h ami hook hcfoie that
time. PER ORDER.
MB. A; L. MART-INS,
LOAN recommend to anyone having
work to be done in hts line. Ho is
a caieful and first-class workman. Do
has done a great deal of dilllcult tilling
and pivot work for me, at very reason
able terms. His ofllce Is 81 King street.
C. H. LUTHER.
Honolulu, March 1, 1892. 3CC 3t
SUITE of Furnished
Rooms to let. Enquire
Mus. A. M. MELLIS.
3C1 lm 10l' Fort st , upstairs.
ICELY Fin nMieil Rooms
at No :i Ail.uu Laue.
Hpwo Xleely Furnished
X Rooms centrally located.
Euquiie Bulletin Olllce.
COTTAGE TO LET.
rrHJE t ottage ou School
sheet at pucnt oceu
pied by Kev. W. II. Raines.
Possession given Apm 1, 1'JJ. for
particulars apply to
3U1 lm ALEX. J. CARTWRIGHT.
Hartford Fire Insurance Co.,
London & Lanoa3hire Fire Ins. Co.
Assets. $4,3 17,052.
Thames & fVIersoy Marino Ins. Co.,
New York Life Insurance Co.,
Assets, $ I 15,947,809.97.
General Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
ft G. Mil & CO.,
Wm. G. Irwin. . ..Pjesident te Manager
Claus Spreckels Vice-Pi eslden t
Walter M. Giffaid
Secretary & Treasurer
Theo. C. Porter Auditor
AOENTS OK TUB
Oceanic aiusi Gomn'y,
Of Hun Vruni'lni'u, Col.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Lilo, Firo & Marine
insurance Agents !
New England Hotaal Life Ins. Co.,
Etna Fire Ins. Go. of Hartford,
Or SAN KKANCISOO, OALIKOltNIA.
C. BREWER & CO.,
J. 0. Caiter,, President & Manager
G. 11. Robertson Tieasuier
E. F. Illshop rjccictary
W. F. Allen Auditoi
Hon. O. R. Bishop, S. 0. Allen,
Attorney at Law. Olllce In
Cartwrlght Building, Merchant stuet,
Uouolulu. " feb 11-03
Are You Ever TUirsty
Theo warm rinvt and want conu-
thilig bi-iilcs witrrto qui nell vniil
thirst? It pn, wo can ollci yon a i
1. ...... .1 Ill I... !. .. .. .11..,,.. t i
the most delicious Root Boer. This
preparation is inailo diteolly fiom
fre.sli baik ami rol? It comes in
liquid I'lini, n-qniri's no boiling or
Stunning Dt mk 'roely il keeps tin
sji-ii" i' in .i Ih'iiMm rouriitum. It i
Hi. I Hlli-VIC.lllll.
Huvi- ji.u i i-i h-Mril of tho Roun
Si'iitlieilniiii Hi-uis who an oelc
bulled for iheir Ii iij.' liefM's of beauti
ful hair Flu y -1 iniii unuriiiil griiwih
Wic itiriit' c I bv ii ing a hair Ionic
whii-li lli y iliMiiviud and are now
selling to ihot h'c foilun.iti1. '1 hey
nl-n fimnil ituuhli' with riumlitiir, as
we ill! do iniiU' in less Their Scalp
Cli'iim l ii'iuovis nil such dcleteiioiii.
maiier. We've tlu'-eand Hall's, Mrs.
Allen's, Buiiy's 'I ucupheioiis, Carbo
line, Rum &. Quinine and otheis.
Sometimes: people are not satisfied
wiih the coloi of their hair, and de
sire a change. Hair Dyes will bring
this about. Wo keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's and others.
IIow about mosquitoes these nights?
Remember we keep Uuhach and tho
Burners for the same.
HOBRON, NEWMAN & CO.,
CorniT IJ'ort V JClnir tstreutH.
The Other Side of Life!
Many colored people iu the South
are of the opinion Hint in order to
remedy every evil nil they have to do
is to go to law about il. Jake Web
ster went lo Justice Ilouaid on Union
Creek, and asked for the arrest of
Pete Jones for stealing his watch.
" hat sort of a watch was it?"
"It was one ob dese lotind watches
wid two hands, and inside dar wuz
a whole lot ob wheels."
"Was it large or small, gold or
"Hit was a silber watch. Ef ycr
wants ter '.amine il, here it ham,"
and he handed over the antiquated
"What do you mean? Didn't you
tell mc the watch was stolen by Pete
Jones, and here you have it in your
"I luft him have it to go to chinch
wid las' slimmer, when we was
friends, but now dai he am gw inter
marry 'Swayback Lucy,' who used
ter 'boeiate wid me, I wants him
sent to de penitensharry for four
years, and 1'se gwine ter hub de law
on him. Texas Sittings.
Pat "Oy say, Moikc, the boss be
aflhcr getting a new electric clock to
hang in the ofllce."
Mike "O'ill sthroikc this blissit
Pal "Phy, Moikc, phat's the rea
son." Mike "O'ill be blowcd if oi thry
to kape up wide loightning. After
Pond .Mother (anxiously) : "AVhy,
what's the matter, my dear?"
Married Daughter (weeping):
"My litis husband has base- basely
deceived me, boo, boo, boo!"
"Merc)' on us! How?"
"Two ye years ago last Chris
Christmas he gave me a watch for a
Christmas present, boo. boo!"
"I know. What of it?"
"This this morning I I tiled to
wi wind it an' it's nothing but a
a doll's watch, with no works inside,
boo, boo, boo!" rN. Y. Weekly.
For Watches of ALL GRADES
(with woiks inside) call on
fc (I Irwin & Company,
orvKit KOll SALE
JLime Ac Jenie:ux
PARAFFINE PAINT CO.'S
COMPOUNDS and ROOFING,
Folt Steam Pipe Covering, all sizes.
I3UOK & OHLA.NDT'B
High - Grade Chemical Cane Manure.
Fairbank Canning Co.'s Corned
Boef, 1 and 2 lb. tins.
SALMON IN BARRELS.
OAKU of THANKS.
rpiIE Ladles of tliu Hooiilu Lahul
JL Society II. M. 0.tieeu Downgur
Kuploltuii, Pteslilent ilesho o letillll
their hearty thanks to tliu general public
for tliu haudboinu patronage given lo
thcli Luau for tliu heiiellt ot thu Mater
nity Homo, to all who uMbtctl In mak
ing tliu event huu'co-tul, and to the
Honolulu Athletic At-soclutloii for thu
ubo of the Gymnasium, 3UU It
ix J J AH
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckcls' Bank, Hnuulu i.
O AS 11 ? rF O J-. fiii !
SOAK fc CTMM
100 Tori Streel.
You can got All-wool ChallN, l)ie (Jouil. lan-t p-itteru; Him k Hoods,
White Uoods. tiliighaui-. Kid (ilovi'. hilk (Hove. Milt. Luhe-i' ami Children's
I'mlerwi'iir, Ilo-leiy. Silk and Linen llainlkeicliicf. Laille-' ami Children's
lnvkets and Co.it. Laces and Kinliioldcrii. Etc. Examine our Kthumi Mock
for o.iiguiiis. If you want a Silk Die, look through our Silk liop.u tim-nl.
ijr 10 ' 'V JLi 10 iX 10 XV :
If you want Shht-. this 1 the place. If yon want Collins ami Cuffs thU is the
place, have money and get your Neckwear, Piuler.-hiit-, Soek, Ktc . heie. This
Is the place In got our U.iN If you want a Ti.ieling H.ig or 1'ruiik. come to us
and we will lit yoi. out. If jim are looking foi a Milt tor your little ho", come In
and see u. We can lit you out for the lea-t minify. Boj ':- Knee Pant In all-w ool
and linen. We w ill not'he uuilerolil by anyone. Remeinijer i Ahll is w hat talks.
Gentlemen Attention !
READ THIS AND IT WILL GIVE YOU A l'OINTER.
UNLAUNDR1ED SHIRTS. Come and see the re-enforced
Unlaundried Shirts that we are selling for GO cents.
MEN'S UNDERSHIRTS. We have a full line of Gauze,
Summer Merino all wool, including Dr. Jaeger's make.
MEN'S SOCKS. A"1 immense assortment in Unbleached, Bal
hriggan, HIack or Fancy Colored ; look at our Natural Cot
ton Sock that we are selling for 'Jo cents a pair.
MEN'S NECKWEAR. A large assortment; Windsors, Scarfs,
Four-in-Hand and Ties of all kinds.
6& See our White P. K. Scarfs that we are selling 2 for 2." cents ;
also, our Marseilles Scarfs, i! for 81, they are good value.
Men's Batting Trunks & Suits. Trunks & Valises of all kinds.
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Honolulu.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
New Goods by
Tools & implements,
Paints, Oils & Varnishes,
TURPENTINE, LUBRICATING OILS
OF THE REST QUALITY.
'Kiom 1 Gallon to S00 tiallon,).
S&- We are the only Authorized Agents for this article, and are
prepared to quote special prices for any quantity.
PACIFIC I1AKDWAKE CO., L'd.
PURE DRUGS, CHEMICALS,
Segars, Pipes & Tobacco.
ACiJSXTS FOR THE LEADING
JdTJS'EW GOODS BY EVERY .SPKAMKU. -x&
S H..TO GBBIGHTBN.
ProfuHHor of Dancing'.
Chlldieii (from it yeai-. iipwanU) Class
iu Hall and Kauey Dunlin; and I 'In deal
I Culiiiiu eery .Saturday, fiom 'J to 5
r. M, -leiuis, 13.1 a inoiiiii 111 auv.inee.
Visitor.- allowed 011 batuiilay.
Adults' Uliisi In Hall Room Dancing
uveiy WYihu'pihiy, from 7.:!0 to lo-lK)
l. M. (ieuts, 85; Ladles, SI a mouth In
OITICI'., : : 1KI Foil Mri-ut.
"In time of pence prepare
for wjipV and when business
is dull make vour purcluws
becausi yon aro sure to have
inducements offered you that
the merchant would not have
time lo think about when he
wujj rushed by business.
Wu invito you to step iu
and see some of the new
"oods. the're all new b
cause they don't remain in
stock long" enough to get old.
The Little Knife Sharpener
is a very handy thing and
don't cost much so's a
FibcuEU Steel Range.
Late Arrivals !
'rills Hotel has lerently aihhxl a Inrjje
Single Rooms ? Baths Attached
wiiioii wu.i. 111: i.r.r
Wltn or "NVWliout lloiirit.
WM. B. HOOPER,