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tlmo. It Is Riven by tlio steam wlilRtlo of tlio
Honolulu I'lnnlng Mill, n few tloois nbovo
tho Custom House. Tlio samo whlstlo 19
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THURSDAY, MARCH 31, 1892.
Stmr Walaleale from HamaUua
VESSELS LEAVING fO-MORROW.
Am bktno Inngard, Schmidt, for San
Am bk Edward .May, McClnre, for
Stmr W G Hall fi.r Maul and Hawaii at
10 a m
CARGOES FROM ISLAND PORTS.
Stmr Waialuale 4000 bags sugar.
F0REICN VESSELS IN PORT.
U" S S Iroquois from Samoa
U S S fcan Fianclseo, Itear-Ailmlial
Brown, from San Dloso
Am bk Ncwbboy, Johnson, from New
castle Ilawn bk Auilrew Welch. Diow, from
Am bchr Aloha, from Port Biiikcly
Am bk Ooryphene, Towescnd, from
Newcastle, N S W
Am bgtne Consuelo, Jacobsen, from San
Am schr Golden Shore, Henderson, from
1-musted schr Hubert Loweis. from San
Bk Ceylon, fiom Sail Francisco
FOKElfJN VESSELS EXPECTED.
UIMS lliei, Mori, from Japau
Am bk Amy Turner, Johnson, from Bos
ton, Jan. 10- o
Am wh bk Morning Star, .Mar 2."), fiom
Am bkt Katie Flicklnger, from Puget
Sound, now due
Am bk ilaivcster for Uilo from San
Am ship J C Porter from Newcastle,
Mis stmr Morning Star from the South
fc'chr Eva for Mahukoua from Sau Fran
cisco Am bk Margaiet from Newcastle, NSW
Bk E)8inoie.from Newcastle, N S W
BkPaul Iseuberg from San Francisco
Brit bk Veritas fiom Newcastle, N S W
Bk Do Adelfo from" Newcastle, N S W
Bk Don Carlos from Newrastle, NSW
Bk Creta from Newcastle, N S W
Nor bk Posedon, from Newcastle, NSW
Nor Brig Dato from Newcastle, NSW
The steamer Kinau will bo due from
Maul and Hawaii on Saturday morning.
The Hawaiian bark Anehew w elih
having received a general ovei hauling
has come off the railway and will load
sugar for San FraucUco at the W S S
The bark Matilda will finish discharg
ing in a day or so.
Tho American baik Edward May after
taklug in 300 tons of ballast will leave
tomorrow for Hongkong.
Euitou HUU.F.TIN :
Experience wiU, prove that includ
ing tho cob in the manufacture of
corn meal is a great mistake. In
t'oinmunitics where corn is tho prin
cipal product of tho farm, all avail
able mcau9 Is resorted to in order to
thoroughly eradicate every particle
of cob durt and hull of the grain.
Corn so treated is worth twenty-five
percent more than when otherwise
Throughout Australia, corn is the
utaplo horse feed. Three quarts of
whole corn per day with suitable
quantities of hay or grass r.ender tho
colonial horse and mule capable of
doing good work and looking slick all
the time. Melbourne, Sydney and
Brisbane may lie mentioned as using
more corn than any other kind of
grain feed, the consumption being
something enormous. Tho farmers
can raise the crop profitably at two
shillings per bushel of sixty pounds,
although four and five shillings per
bushel Is sometimes obtained.
March 31, 1802. Colonial.
If you want good sunsago for break
fast or luncheon, tho finest satmiges
in tho Kingdom aro tho Celebrated
Cumbridgo Pork Sausage and Bologna
made at tho Oily Market, Nuuanu
xtreet, opposite Queen Emma Hall,
Jof.TiNjr.KU, Prop. 3-lm
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tin: Queen will bo ut tlio Opera
Hohpo this evening.
Diamond Head, !t p. in. Weather
clear, wind fresh enst.
S. Maoy is awaiting with eagerness
the decision of tlio Miushal in that
opium case. .
Lkt sleeping packages lio to-morrow,
for the chances nrc they will
contain nothing of value.
Miss Mary Parker and Mr. Charles
Mnguiro will bo united in mnrringo at
Hawaii sometime next week.
.1. F. Moikian will hold an assignee'!)
sale of general merchandise at his
salesroom at 10 o'clock to-tnoriow.
QovniiNMRNT employees weio paid i
olT to-day. A number of creditors
were around to receive their ducats.
Sam Lcdorer says ho never sold the
American Hug which was Hying from
a llagsUir on Punchbowl last night.
A heavy downpour of rain fell last
night, showers continuing part of this
morning, all of which is gratefully
CiiANd Lin, a Chinaman, is under
arrest on a charge of perjury in the
Police Station. His trial will come
Don't forget the farces at the Opera
House by amateurs this evening. "A
Box of Monkeys" and ''Turn Him
Out" will bo presented.
A risiiciiMAK from Waialao re
ported th it there was an abundance
of mullet and other fish to-day. No
opium schooners off port.
Andrew Oleson, a seaman from tho
bark Andrew Welch, lias been desert
ing for somo time, and a roward of
$10 is offered for his apprehension.
The Nicar.iguau bark Don Carlos,
which arrived off port yesterday from
.Newcastle wit.li coal, ran up signals
that she was going to proceed to San
The cate of fifty-four Chinese found
guilty in the Police Court of entering
without a return permit will be heard
in the Supremo Court on appeal, by
Justice Dole to-morrow.
There are soen sailors from for
eign vessels in the Police Station.
The whaler Mermaid, which is still
lying in the stream, is trying to get
enough men to set sail for the north.
Justice S. B. Dole sitting at Cham
bers has ordered the awaiding of
$lS:i7.50, being one-eighth of tho
estate of Frederick Plluger Ford
Bcoth, which consisted of $1-1,700, to
Anna Long upon her own receipt.
The Chinaman Ah Po, reported as
having been arres.ed for stealing
chickens fiom a Portuguese, was tried
in the Police Court tins morning and
was found guilty. Ho was sentenced
to nix mouths' imprisonment at hard
labor. More mm-clc for road work.
The steamer Wuialealo which ar
rived to-day reports unusually rough
weather along tlio Ilumukuu coast.
Tho steamers lwalani and Dikelike
put into llonoknn and were there
when the Waialeah) left. -An acci
dent happened to the cable cars at
Honokaa, of which an authentic ac
count could not be got when the
steamer left. There were seven thou
sand bags of sugar awaiting transpor
tation at Kukuihaele.
Mr. Allen Hulciiinson, eculptor,
has completed two more Hawaiian
types, being last of the series. Tboy
aro of a boy und a girl, eight years of
ago. Tho skill shown in reproducing
nature in tho other types is equally
well chown in those. A moio desira
ble collection of art works in Hawai
ian subjects than tlio whole series
would be hard to find. Tlio boy and
girl types are attracting much itten
tion in a window of tlio Pacific Hard
ware Company's store.
The King street Palace gates aro
completed, decoration and all. There
is a coat-of-arms on each of the 6mall
gates on either tide, and a larger one
on each main gate. Mr. Geo. C.
Stratemoyer painted the arms in tho
proper colors, and they are very bril
liant. Although the freshness of the
paint makes them look a little loud
now, timo and weather will soon tone
them down and remove that appear
ance. It is one of the finest jobs in
colors that Mr. Stratemeyer has over
dono, and that is saying a good deal.
A house has been impounded
vou at the Brunswick.
Mince Pics go
O, J. MoOaktiiy has lots on Lililia
utieet for sale. 3-tf
The Brunswick aro tho only Billiard
Pallors in town, C-tf
Emily to bed, early to rite,
Never got tight and advertise
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
'Ionic. Benson, Smith & Cu Agents,
Sujjbuun jelieved at unco by Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co.,
The lease of a piece of Government
land ut Kuauwueloa will bo told at
tho Government building May 18.
Jas. F. Morgan will sell a parcel of
land, with two dwellings on it, near
tho Fish Market, also lands at Kan
hipit, ICoolaupoko, on Saturday, April
Oct your noots and t-hnps mado
and repaired by tlio old Wailukii
shoemaker, L. Toennies, on East
Hotel Ptiect. Fiisi-clats work, low
An election proclamation appears
to-day. It is with regard to tho Kau
election of Representative, which by
decision of the Chief Jti6tioo wus de
clared void. '1 ho new eleotion will
occur on April UOlli,
THE BULLETIN is tho leadlug
I daily paper of the Kingdom. o()
oeuu per month,
IS Till: SUP11GMU COUIIT OK Tilt
WAI1AX ISLANDS -IS I1ANCO.
Ill the Matter of tho Stntorapher's
Charges for Transcribing Testi
mony. IlKFOKi: JUDO, C. J., D1CKEIITON AND
This matter was brought before us
by the request of a number of the
members of Hie Mar that a sualo of
charges to bo made by the shoit
hand reporter to the members of the
Bar for transcribing his short-hand
notes of evidence be established by
Having heard testimony nml argu
ment both by several members of the
liar as well as Mr. J. V. Jones, tlio
Court reporter, wo have endeavored
to arrive at a conclusion that would
be fair both to litigants and to the
reporter. The circumstance that the
latter has a fair woi king salary and
that the stationery and type-writer
used by him in such work is furnish
ed hi in by the (leu irtinunl, has been
considered by us in adopting the fol
lowing SCALE OF CHAUOES:
(A folio to bo 100 woids)
For 'original transciipls
12 rents n folio
For cailion copies to purlieu or
dering originals 3 cents u folio
For carbon copies to parties not
ordering origin il.- G cents a fnlio
For leading shott-haud iinto-i, accoul
ing to special ariangemeut with
A. F. ,7 ODD,
Hich. F. Uickcuton,
Sanford B. Dole.
Honolulu, Muieli 3Ut, 18U2.
ONLY A SCARE.
AiniM'toiti l-'l a llblsttd
This morning several people were
surprised at seeing an American (lug
flying from the llagslaff on Punch
bowl. Investigation into ilie matter
icvealetl only the fact that it was
placed there by some unknown per
son or persons.
Harry Brown took the flag down and
gave it to Captain Robert Parker of
the police foice. The Hag is six feet
long and valued at $12. Il has been
added to the curios of the police
A secret meeting was held in Ro
binson's hall, Kins a"d Nuuanu
streets, lust night. The authorities
"covered" the meeting, and had sus
picions aroused that tiny connected,
later, with the Hag incident. No
native except lion. Robt. V. Wilcox
was allowed at the meeting. A com
municated report, however, says the
meeting was to form a Labor Union,
which is "open to all regardless of
PP2RA HOUSE TO-NIGHT.
By an advertisement in another
column it will bo seen that after a
long interval the amateurs of Hono
lulu have again come forward and
will appear beforu a Honolulu audi
ence this evening in a two-act com
edy followed by a farce, both of
which have been carefully rehearsed.
The dearth of public amusement
in the theatrical line and the' fact
that most of the ladies and gentle
men of the company are well known
here will, it is hoped, bring a laige
and appreciative audience to applaud
If we are to have any entertain
ments in tlio theatrical line, past ex
perience lias taught ua that we must
encourage our home talent. In ease
Ibis performance is a success financi
ally, it is understood that after some
new piopcrties are sent for, the pro
ceeds of this, and those of a contem
plated faeries of entertainments of
like character, will be devoted to
aiding local charities.
THE BISHOP MUSEUM.
This was exhibition day at the
Bernice Paualii Bishop 'Museum,
Kaniehameha Schools, heveial ot
the tourists still in town took occa
sion to visit the museum, and seem
ingly wei'e greatly taken up with the
grand display ot Hawaiian and Paci
lie relics and curios. Tilings arc
now in good shape throughout the
building, excepting in the art gal
leiy where the arrangement ofwoiks
is not completed. Prof. V. T.
Brigham, curator of the museum, is
thoroughly conversant with the
treasures, and affable and obliging
in imparling iuiormation regarding
them to visitors.
C. J. Lyons, "clerk of the
weather," ha9 issued the first nuin
her (January) of tlio "Meteorolo
gical Summary and Record," It Is
a four-page leaflet wilh more details
than aro convenient for newspaper
publication. Tho February number
is neaily ready. This publication in
such a lorm will meet a want, and lie
,' of permanent value in compactly
preserving the weather record of the
kingdom. Mr. Lyons wishes to say
that till rainfall observers, us well as
any others who may desire it, will
receive this small bulletin regularly,
There is no danger fiom whooping
cough when Chumbci Iain's Cough
Remedy is freely given. It liquefies
the tough, tenacious mucus and aids
in its expectoration. It also lessens
the severity and frequency of the
paroxysms of coughing, and insures
n speedy recovery, There is not the
least danger in giving it to children
or babies, as it contains no injurious
substance. 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &
BEHIND THE SCENES.
Sol Suiltli Hunch's now play U "Be
Gourde Mnrlon is to star next season
In tho new play, "Mr. Maecaroni."
Hilly Uornian, a Cincinnati boy, is do
ing the hustling for "Sam'l of Posen."
In tin1 sixteen yearn that Ada lluhan
has Iwei i on tho stage she lias played 121
It Is rumored that Carl Stroitmauu,
the tenor of the Autburg Opera com
pany, is to wed Lillian Russell.
Thomas V. Keeno's health is said to
be seriously undermined. Aeuto neu
ralgia and nervous prostration are ids
Pauline Lucca will devote herself in
the future to teaching. Sbo will receive
only eight pupils, ami only teacli such
as have a futuro.
Mr. Edward Coinptou is about to un
dertake the management of the London
Upern Comlque Ho lias taken tho houio
on a tluce years' lease.
Henry 13 Dixey will produce Don
Wnolfs new operatic comedy, in which
lie will have a character that has never
been burlesqued on tho stage.
John W ltansome will star 'next Rea
son hi a now comedy called "A Wolfs
Wedding." Flora Moore and James F.
Hoey will have appropriate parts.
Charles Froliman is to furnish nil tho
productions for three theaters next sea
son Proctor's and Herrmann's, Now
York and the new Lyceum, Boston.
The greal Fanny Kemblo Mrs. But
leris living in Loudon nt n very ad
vanced age She is a niece of Mrs. Sid
dons, and continues to write charming
letters to her friends in America
W S Cleveland will import next sea
son the .Ices troop of seven, farcical mu
sical pantmnimists and the O'Meera
trio, nt-nal acrobats, who perform an act
a la Ciiigg on n single wire 100 feet In
Manager Mart Hanley engaged Miss
Amy Lee to piny the part of Eveline
(jale in llarrigan's "tteilly and the 400,'
in Ni'v York Miss Leo was. up to three
years ago, a prominent member of Mr.
There aro 18,81-1 miles of railway pio
jpeted in the United States for 1891.
9,'JT!) miles to be built in tlio southern
A recent novel device in elevated rail
roading calls for ear wheels ix feet in
diameter and tired with rubber, giving
The Loudon underground railroads
carry l'J.'i.OOO.OOO passengers a year.
New orlcs elevated railroads carry
more than 000.000 a day on tho average.
The Fiencb government has taken up
the subject of the disinfection of bed
ding on sleeping cars Many eases of
contagious disease aro said to have orig
inated from that source.
A railroad eighty miles long will bo
built through tlio southern half of Capo
Breton It is said that it will strike tho
only lied of coal on tho Atlantic sea
board of both Americas
The Missouri, Kansas and Texas has
one of the most complete hospital serv
ices ot any ro.id in tho west or south
west It is maintained by an assessment
on the wages of all tho employes, and is
In tho western states white oak rail
road ties last longest. White cedar laats
from seven to twelve years; red cedar
or L'linarack lasts from six to eleven
years Pino or hemlock is not suitablo
for heavy traffic. In South America
metal ties are used almost exclusively.
The passenger department of n certain
railway states that by sending ten cents
anybody can obtain from tlio'- general
pahM'iiger agent "a pack of the latest,
smoothest, sliclceiit playing cards that
over gladdened the eyes or rippled along
the lingers ol the devotee to sovon up,
casino, dutch, eacber whist or any
other ancient or modern game."
The net profitH at tho Gnttenburg win
ter meeting have been $.1,000 a day, it is
There wore 0,208 races run in tho
United States and Canada last yoar, an
oxi-essof l.Oittovtr 1880
Jockey Garrison h:is sold all of his
hornes, and will from now on dovoto
himself entirely to riding.
W IJ McDonald will this year drivo
Bnlwira Wilkes, 2:17$, the pacer that
created such a sensation three years ago.
Potomac has greatly improved in ap
pparauee since joining thu Dwyer string,
and now looks full value for tho money
he cost at tho Buhnont bale.
John E. Madden's i-taLlo of thorough
breds will be trained uy young McDan
iel this year. In rhi string among oth
ers, will he Dundee and Bold Decoivor,
The Southern Minnesota Trotting as
sociation, just organized at Austin,
Minn., has chosen O. Van Cnmpuu, of
Rochester, president, und K. B. Shepaul,
of Austin, secretary and treasurer.
. Tho Fieneh chamber of deputies has
decided to suppress every kind of bettlni;
on races Uoth tlio selling of Paris inn-
: tuals and bookuutkiug will he forbidden,
The decision has gono into effect, and
has caused a tremendous boni-atioi.
' Carrots uie invaluable for horses, and
I are good for tlib other stock. Do not
neglect to plant i row rows this spring.
Carrots contain more nutriment tlmn
other roots, aio noalthy und appetizing
for horbo.1 in winter. Tlioy muko the
coat sleek and b.ivo tho oats, says The
Messrs. Cage & Sherman, of Alex
ander, Tesus, write us regarding a
remarkable cure of rheumatism theie
as follows; "Tlio wife of Mr. Win.
Fruilt, thu l'oilinnster here, hud been
bed-iiddeu with iheumutisin for sev
eral yeurb. .She could get nothing
to do her any good. Wo sold her a
! hotllo of Chainuenaln's l'aln Halm
' and she was (.ompiui-eiy euruu uy us
U$o. ve reier uny unu 10 uer tu
verify this statement." 50 cent bot
tles tor fcolo by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents.
Tnlii of nn OliI Volcrnn
William :ilni..iir,H IVct
, William Gilmour fought in the In
I dinn mutiny war to preserve tlio
i Empire. Then he foughfoti the side
of the North to prescive the Aincri
I can Union, and was present at the
I fntl nt T? tnlittiMti1 A twl iiaiv nt
wwr; frir;i??" ,
IIU 9LUU9 IIUIII OUUllUlU III UII19IIU
to walk to Monti eal (in the poor
hope of finding his son, whose ad
dross he docs not know) a distance
of nearly 100 miles. At Valois, ho
was found this morning by the con
ductor of the Rigatid train with fro
zen feet, wretchedly clad, his thin,
while hair hardly covered a piteous
The kind conductor put him on the
train, and brought him to the clly.
His frozen feet weic covered will)
old pieces of bags, tied with ropes;
his face wos pinched and blue with
hardship and exposure; his poor,
thin, straggling white hair would
have moved any heart to pity. Yes ;
lie had been a soldier, lie remem
bered the coronation of Queen Vic
toria ; hu remembered the stirring
events of thu two wars mentioned ;
and be remembered that he had never
got n cent of pension from either the
Queen or the President. "The paths
of glory lead to" a shelterless old
age and frozen feetl Constnblu
IJicliards at once started a collection,
not forgetting to put something into
the hat himself. Constable Murphy
also lent a hnnd. Something was
raised ; the poor old man was put
into a cab, and driven to the General
Hospital shedding poor, weak tears
of gratitude. Montreal Witness.
MAKING SAND MUSICAL.
Mr. Cecil Carus-Wilson has found
a way of making sand musical. It
is well known that certain sands,
like that of the .Tcbel Nugoti3 or Bell
mountain of Suez, or some of the
beaches of Hawaii, and oilier places
nearer home, such as Studland Bay
and Eigg, yield musical notes of dif
ferent pitch when disturbed by the
wind or the tread of a by-passer.
The cause of this sound is rather
mysterious, but Mr. Carus-Wilson
attributes it to thu friction of the
grains on one another. According
to this theory, it is necessary that the
grains should be quite clean and of a
ceitain size, and polished. Dirt, or
a mixture of fine sand and rough
edges, would probably spoil thu ef
fect. It is a proof of his theory that
he lias recently been able to improve
the note given out by 'musical
sands," and to elicit notes fiom
sands not musical, by carefully wash
ing and sifluig them so as to get
smooth grains of a favorable size.
Moreover, when such grains aie
placed in a porcelain cup with pol
ished sides they are very sonorous.
London Globe. '
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'D.
DOOU MATS. DOUR MATS.
Rubber, superior quality ; letlciod
"Aloha," "Welcome," and plain
Cocoanut Mats, a desirable assort
ment. Steel Scraper Mats, practical, ser
viceable. fl Cull and examine our block.
Are You Ever Thirsty
Tliese warm days and want eouio
tliing besides water to quench your
thirst? If so, we can oiler you a
package that will make five gallons of
tlio most delicious Root Beer. This
preparation is made directly fiom
fresh barks and roots. It comes in
liquid form, roqtiires no boiling or
straining, Drank freely it keeps the
system in a healthy condition. It is
Have you over heard of the Seven
LSoutheiland Sisters who are cele
brated for thoir long tresses of beauti
ful hair. Thoysuy Ibis unusual growth
wnu induced by using a hair tonic
which they discovered and aro now
selling to those les fortunate, Tlioy
also found trouble with dandruff, as
wo all do more or less. Their Scalp
Cleaner removes ull such deleterious
matter. We'vo thetoanil Hull's, Mrs.
Allen's, Harry's Tricoplierous, Carbo
lino, Hum & Quinine and others.
Sometimes people aro not bulisfied
willi thu color of their hair, and de
sire a change. Hair Dyes will bring
tliiH about. Wo keep Hill's, Buck
ingham's ami others.
How about inot-qmtoi's these nights?
Iteniumber wo keep Iliihach and tlio
Burners for tbo wtiuu.
H0BR0N, NEWMAN & CO.,
Coi'iier Port fc lClnur MrcotH.
Dr. Ohas. A. Peterson
HAS leiurned from tho Coast ami re
Miun I practice at ills rerideune on
Nuuanu ncuuu, just above tbo First
itaT" Uoth Telephones . 282 lw
riMVO Nicely Furnished
L Booms centrally located.
Kiiquiro liui.i.nTiN Olllee,
PHE WEEKLY BULLETIN-3
1 columns of Interesting reading
matters. Mailed to foreign countries,
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WHERE THE PATHS
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort street, oppo. Spreckels' Bank, Honolulu.
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CONSTITUTING THE "PIONEER" PLANT, ESTABLISHED ON
HOTEL & FORT STREETS,
IN ISol) BY C. E. WILLIAMS FOR CONDUCTING THE
Fiiriiiliiri', Cabinet Making
Ihisiness in Honolulu aie still extanr, and the hti'-ini'ss. Us originator and
liceut proprietor heie to stay. Having pmclmt'd the entile fiiteic-t of
the hue Hi in of 11. 11. Williams & Co., comprising the l.ugest stock of
Furniture, Upholstery & Undertaking Goods
Ever hi Honolulu; pi inelp illy selected by H. II Williams durini: his late three
months' Uit to the Cuast, I now offer this slock and fuiuie additions for
CAbll at prices much le-s than luietolore charged.
Pay- The undersigned in resuming I113 old place and business would respect
fully tender his grateliil thanks for the liberal patiouago of old friends of this
and neighboring islands, and hopes to met it 11 continuance of their favors while
soliciting a share fiom new friends; and auln offeis bis services lu
Moving Pianos, Household Goods, Etc.,
By Experienced and Careful Men with Suitable Apparatus.
Matting of Superior Quality Furnished and Laid by Competent Men I
EST PIANOS FOR SALE OR RENT AT LOW FIGURES. ta
GRAND OPENING OF
Parisian Pattern Hats, Bonnets & Toques I
WILL BE OPEN FOil INSPECTION ON
FrU, Satrty & MoMay. M 25l!i, 261b & 2811
- f& LADIES ARE CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND j(S
N. S. SACHS,
104 Fort Street, - - Hono'ulu.
taking" a "shot
And ho is suro to get
a good Negative, be
cause he uaea tlio
M. A. SEED
10i Tort Slrcot.
100 Vuvt .Street, Itrewur Klock.
EVItluy, Hiit.iirttiiy ami Monthly, -vs will offer our
8-Button Sao Gloves, for Fifty Cents !
BKGULAU l'KICE, 75;
8-Button Sao Gloves, 75o., regular price, $1.
ALL-SILK RIBBON, CUUAP FOR CASH I
No. 2, 05c; No. 3, 75a; No, 5, SOo; No.7,$l; No. 0. $1.25:
No. 12,9M0; No. 10, 91,76.
Wo believe ours is tbo only houso in
the Kingdom carrying a full line of
ENGLISH & JEWELL'S
Pure Rubber Hose.
The many complaints which have
been made as to the Rubber Hoso
sold in this market Induced Us to
'Older a complete line of the fainoui
"GOLD SEAL" brand. This is
the acknowledged superior ot
brands of Rubber Hose. .
l'iliokkioj$ & Underta)
AND BUYS HIS
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STER & CO.,
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