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Public School Notice.
Tho Regular Alumni Examinations
and Reviews of Classes in the Public
Day Schools throughout the King
dom, will bo hold during the week
that will end on HUDAY, ihe 22d
of July nest, and the Minimi r vaca
tion will extend from that date to
MONDAY, thu 12th of September, on
which date a new term will begin.
By order of the Board of Educa
tion. W. JAS. SMITH,
Office of the Board of Education,
June 0, 1892.
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Any persons desirous of employ
ment under the Board of Education
can be examined by the InBpector
Qeneral on application to him when
on tour. A regular examination will
be held in Honolulu, on MONDAY,
July 25th, and TUESDAY, July 2Gth
at the Fort-street School.
ALATAU T. ATKINSON,
Inspector-General of Schools.
Office of the Board of Education,
Honolulu, June 0, 1892.
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MR. KAHIWA KAA1 has this day
been -appointed an Agent to Grant
Marriage Licenses for the District of
N. Kohul.i, Island ot Hawaii, vice
G. P. Kamauohu, resigned.
C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Intel ior.
Interior Office, June 3, 1892.
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Pledged to neither Sect nor Party,
But estabhtlicd for the benetil of all.
TUESDAY, JUNE 7, 1892.
The Judiciary Committee of the
Legislature has divided ou the ques
tion of whether a notary public is
eligible to a seat in the Legislature.
Messrs. Neumann and Smith hold
that he is not, while Messrs. Peter
son and White hold that lie is eligi
ble. Mr. Ashford being an inte
rested paily cannot join in either re
port. This makes little difference,
as the House could adopt a minority
report. While the trainers of the
Constitution, among whom was Mr.
Ashford himself, probably did not
have notaries public especially in
view among officers of the govern
ment, there has been established the
precedent of notaries public icsign
ing the office on becoming candidate?
foi the Legislature.
THE MAKAWELI MILL
The last of the Makaweli machin
ery has now been landed safely at its,
destination, and gieat praise is due
the captain and officers of the steam
er Pele for the manner in which they
have landed it, not a piece having
been broken or lost. The work of
erection of the machinery, under the
supervision of Messis. Simpson &
Scott, the enginceis from Scotland,
is going on rapidly. The diffusion
battery has been successfully put up,
as also the large double quadiuplc
evaporator. The boilers are all in
place and the masons are now busy
bricking up. The chimney is to be
150 feet high and 8 feet internal dia
meter, and the largest on the Islands.
The cane slicers have not yet arrived
from Scotland, but are on the way.
All the rest of the machinery weigh
ing two thousand tons gross, in con
nection with this plant, lias been
takeu to the mill from the landing by
a Baldwin locomotive. This when
completed will be one of the finest
mills on the islands. The makers of
tho machinery are the well-known
firm of Minlees, Watson & Jaigan
Co. (L'd) of Glasgow.
The Royal Hawaiian Military' Bund
under the leadership of Piofessor II.
Berger will give a concert at Thomas
Square this evening at 7:30 o'clock.
The following is the program :
March Peteisburgh (Jniatli
Oveiture La Dame Blanche,. Iloleldieu
Duet II Tiovatoie Veidl
b( lection Holiemlaii Gill Italic
He Ltl no Liliu. Mou Ula. Lapnlo ma
Echo Piece Sounds from Near aud
Afar ( by I en, lest) Uurald
Fantasia Nightingale uud Fiogs ....
Waltz Spaulsh Wildcats (by itnne.pt)
Galop Ills ....Kutiht
Misb Mary Lyle, lately book-keeper
with Egufi & Giiiiii, is prepaied to do
' stenographing and type-writing at
.moderuto ratpe. Graduate of lleald's
jamsiuete uoiuge, cjan x ruiicisco,
IPMcojwItli 0, J, McCttitliy, 35,Mer-
M.qOTi1 a " . , TTWaIJS3iS'llS3'ffS. 'ft ,
lomitti nueowi Jaasaemar jt.u
unu id QnEUL hews, j
ajij o o vsuiium mil ouu b v
o'clock this evening.
The band will give a concert at
Thomas Square this evening.
Wanted Two com po&i tors; apply
at the BiiLLErtx itBro at 7 o'clock to
Hon. Aktonk Rosa goes to Maui to
represent tho Crown in tho Lanai
murder tiial. Mr. G. K Wilder will
conduct the other prosecutions,
The Fire Police have invited the of
ficers of the Department and of the
other companies to the opening of
their new hall at 8 :30 this veiling.
AiiTliun Hunt has been committed
foi liiul to the Supreme Court on a
charge of icceiving stolen property.
The case was heard in the Police
Court about a week ago.
SUK Hiho, n Chinaman, has been
arrested on a charge of criminally as
saulting Pehu, a girl under 14 years
of age. Hing's tiial will be on Fii
day, and 0. V. Ashford will appear
The treason caso will be argued to-
morrow morning in the Supremo
Cuurt at 10 o'clock. Mr. Rosa gave
evidence in rebuttal this afternoon,
after which Judge Dole reserved deci
sion till above hour.
Hknuy F. Poor, charged with em
bezzlement, will be tried in the Police
Com t, on Tuesday next, June 14, by
icquestof the defendant. The bail
was fixed by a Justice ot tho Supreme
Court. Hon. A. Rosa will defend
Lonq Yuen, charged us accessory
to the fact in connection witli the
murder of the Chinaman in tho har
bor, was airaigned this morning in the
Police Court and remanded to a future
date, awaiting the arrival of the alleged
To-mokuow fiom 9 to 11 a. m. there
will be a public examination of the
pupils of Kawaiahao Seminary in the
chapel of the Seminary, and from 11
to 12:30 there will be a tair, wheie
fancy articles, underwear, bread, cake
and candy will be for sale.
A decision was given to-day in the
Police Court in tho assault case of
Otto Smith of the U. S. S. San Fran
cisco on a shipmate. Smith admitted
hestiuckhis shipmate with it beer
bottle in a moment of passion and
regretted the act. He was fined $20.
The progij.ni for Kawaiahao Semi
nary's exhibition at Kawaiahao
Church Thursday evening is an inter
esting one. Space does not admit it
to-day. Tickets, 25 cents, are fur sale
at the stores of Lewers & Cooke, Hob
ion, Newman & Co, Hawaiian News
Co., T. G. Thrum, Benson, Smith &
Co. and Castle & Cooke.
A Jap named Fugita Tokutaro wiib
committed to the Insane Asylum yes
terday on the evidence of a doctor
that he was adliclcd with alternating
mania and melancholia piohably
caused by tyi hoid fever. Tokutaio
thinks he has Ul walked from Japan
and is without funds. The doctor
also said he is destructive and public
safety demands his restraint. The
Jap was employed at the Heeia Plan
tation and has been here about a
A dog cart or two-seated brake is
Memueks of the Fire Police are re
quested to be at the hall at 7 shaip
S. S. Palm as of the Upton line will
have decpatch from Honolulu fo.
Poitland, O., and Victoria, B.C.about
the 25th inst. Apply to Theo. II.
Uavicti it Co., ugentH.
An examination of candidates for
(cachets will be hold at Fort street
school on July 25 and 20. Persons in
the country can bo examined by the
Inspector-General on tour.
A mortgagee's notice of intention
to foreclose and of sale appears to
day, the propel ty being two pieces in
Honolulu, and sale at Morgan's sales
loonin on Tuesday, June 14.
Examinations of the public day
i-ehools throughout tho kingdom are
lixed for the weekending Friday, July
22, from which date the summer vaca
tion will extend to Monday, Sepiem
THE SONS OF ST. GEORGE.
IiiHtnllution or Oflli'iTH..-A I Jiglit
Captain Cook Lodge, No. 353,
Sons of St. George, held an installa
tion of officers last night at the K.
of P. hall on Fort stieet. The fol
lowing officers were installed by P.
P.,J. Saunders, D. D. S. W. P., and
W. P. P., Jos. Tinker, S. M. s
Geo. S. Ilairis, W. P.
Charles B. Reynolds, V. P.
Edword ff. Ward, S.
George Turner, A. S.
W. W. Wright, W. T.
Thos. W. Rawlins, W. M.
W. F, Reynolds, T.
Dr. 0. B.' Wood, L. P.
W. B. Edmondsoii, A. M.
Hiram Plaits, I. S.
T. A. Simpson, C.
John V. Ashwoith, O. S.
After the installation a social was
given in the hnll to the wives and
children of the members, After light
refreshments, songs weie given by
Mr. Stevenson. Miss Stevenson,
Messrs. Geo. Baiker, Poiter and sev
eral other members. Interspersing
the singing dances were indulged in
by lovers of the "light fantastic"
and the evening passed off pleasant
ly. An adjournment was made at
midnight, all voting the social a most
Dkkhhmakino, Cutting and Fittiug
done ut ladies' houses. Perfect fit
guaranteed. MISS WOLF, 73 Bere
luuia street, or Mutual-telephone GOO.
. uuiuju o u, ui, ur v;ovu.iui. ..o-aua
ji-.'.T .. o jr.-'r on .T . - o o
THE TREAS0j CASES
Continued from Ath Page.)
Tuesday, Juno 7.
Tlio Pnurl nnnnpfl nl lO-OH. Thnrn
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was a ueiay oi several miliums more,
while Mr. Hartwell consulted with
the defendant Ashford.
Mr, Hartwell at 10:23 addressed
the Coin I, saying the defense would
content itself with putting on the
V. V. Asufohd, swam Neither
the subject of an attack on the Pa
lace nor of sending for pistols, men
tioned by Nawaakoa, was ever re
ferred to at the meetings described
by him ; he (Nawaakoa) simply lied
from beginning to end ou those
points ; never anything of the sort
said about my wanting a definite un
derstanding about time of making an
attack before my leaving for Hilo ;
in my presence Wilcox never used
such words as that it was necessary
to dethrone the Queen, not in the
English language and I don't under
stand the native.
Cross-examined by Mr. Creighton
Yes, there was a league in exist
ence. Q. How long has it been in exist
ence? A. As it has been described
Mr. Davidson object) that the
ci oss- examination should be confined
to matters brought out in the direct
Mr. Hartwell remarks that he had
explicitly stated he would only ex
amine tliis witness on the evidence of
Nawaakoa as to language used by
Mr. Ashford and Mr. Wilcox, and he
contended the cross - examination
should not go any further than the
direct. If the prosecution goes fur
ther into the League's history, he
should not restrict himself to the line
Mr. Creighton replied that as wit
ness had included all meetings in his
testimony, he had a right to go into
the whole history.
The Court- ruled that the cross
examination should be restricted
to the particular line of the direct
Witness I never at any meeting
or anywhere else used the language
attributed to mo by Nawaakoa; I
don't know how many meetings were
held; more than one; don't know
what you mean by "quite a number;"
don't know if there were more than
Q. Was it a secret organization?
A. I would like the ruling of the
Court whether I answer that.
The Court rules out the question,
on the giound that the cross-examination
cannot go beyond the direct.
Was Nawaakoa present at these
A. !pecify the meetings and I
will tell you. if I was present; I said
I never used that language, and I
say so again ; Nawaakoa was present
at some of the meetings; 1 might
locate the date of meetings if I had
access to certain other data ; there
was what we called an executive
committee and sometimes we met to
gether ; 1 was a member of the exe
cutive committee; you can call them
what you like, but there were meet
ings open to everybody; if you mean
would you be kicked out if you
came, I would say you are too much
of a gentleman to come to a man's
house without being asked.
Q What was the topic of conver
sation at those meetings if not as
Mr. Hailwcll objects.
The Court, after a parley with
Mr. Creighton, allows the question.
Witness There was no particular
catechism gone thiough; (at sug
gestion of the Court, counsel asks
the same question as to the meeting
of the 18th of May) as I said before,
without reference to other dates I
cannotlocate any particular meeting ;
do not believe there was a meeting
on a Monday ; cannot answer a ques
tion with an "if" in it; I do know
whether theie was a meeting at Bipi
kane's on Sunday evening, April 24 ;
there was no meeting that date;
know because it was the Sunday be
fore the Tuesday I left for Hilo ; am
absolutely cirtain I was at no meet
ing that night.
Mr. Creighton remarks bo has no
more questions, as he is confined to
Mr. Hartwell asks witness to give
additional reasons for his knowledge
of there being no meeting attended
by him Apiil 24. Witness describes
his movements that evening in detail,
showing he was visiting at a house on
Kceautnoku street till 10 or a quarter
before or past.
lo the Couit My impression is
that there were no Monday night
meetings previous to my going to
IIobkut W. Wilcox, sworn Heard
testimony of Nawaakoa, in which he
testified that I used the wo'ds "Ka
pao i ka Moiwahine" (set aside the
tjneen); I never ued the words;
nor the words "Kapae i ka Moiwa
hino ine ka ikaika" (set aside the
Queen with force) ; that was a false
hood, I never used those word";
never used language about obtaining
equal rights by force ; the way I said
was to "ctequ.il tights through the
Legislature, as 1 am a member of it;
never used words at any of those
meetings about using force against
the Queen ; never suggested remov
ing the Queen.
Cra-iS-examlned by Mr. Creighton
Never, at any of these meetings;
I am not here for any other meetings.
Mr. Cieighlon You must answer
Air. Hartwell objects under the
previous ruling, and the Court sus
tains the objection.
Witness I mean at these meet
ings before the Court, you ought to
know as you are ueputy Attorney
General ; don't mean the meetings lit
the old Armoiy; don't know hoW
many meetings of the Patriotic Asso
ciation were held ; was present at a
meeting in Printer's lane; it was
held at a native's house next lo
Huh's; know Chas. Warren and
Kaahu, tbey wore present, they were
brought there by somebody, and
another soldier was there.
Ile-diroct, by Mr. Davidson Re
collect what witnesses said about
meeting in Printer's lane ; it was a
falsehood that I said the intention
was to establish a republic; I say
fiaukly I never said such a thing; I
asked the men what they wanted and
they said they named to join the
liui, and I told them the object was
to get equal lights in the Legislature
and I swore them in.
Cross-examined by Mr. Creighton
Yes, there- was an r oath in this
organization ; form of' oath has al
ready been stated in substance' here ;
I administered tho oath at other
meetings of the association (repeats
oath in Hawaiian) ; there was n
clauso added, that whosoever turned
traitor should be punished with
death, they might as well say they
would bo hung up to the moon;
meeting was not very secret, if his
excellency the Deputy Attorney-General
came there he would be sworn iu
just like a soldier.
To the Court Witness denies hav
ing said what witnesses testified
about no hope of getting rights from
the Legislature, about force of arms,
getting arms and ammunition, etc. ;
at general meetings there was only
explanation about equal rights, etc. ;
if I. went to tell about what was said
in executive council it would take all
day, it would complicate the Queen.
J. A. Thompson, sworn. Am clerk
to the Police Court ; know Puhili ;
took part iu examinations in treason
cases; acted as interpreter ; Puhili
made statement in my presence ; it
was on Sunday, May 2Gtli, after de
fendants were arrested; the Marshal,
Keny on and Nahoolewa w ere present ;
remember Puhili said something
about guns, that he was at one of the
tnectii'gs of the Patriotic Association,
that object of meetings was equal
rights, that he was present at meet
ing at Printer's lane, and object was
to be gained by use of arms ; he was
not intimidated by anybo'ly to my
knowledge ; he was again examined
that day, and stated he was at two
meetings at Bipikane's.
Cross-examined by Mr. Hartwell
He appeared to have been drinking
a little ; (to the Court) first exami
nation wa"s a ehort one; he did not
appear much intoxicated; said he
was a member of the hui and would
tell the truth.
Sam'l Nowlein, sworn. Am Cap
tain of the Queen's .Guards; know
Geo. Markham';5in front of the Elele
office, in the month Of March, i did
not tell Geo. Markliam that it was
the Queen's intention to promulgate
a new Constitution, 'to be backed up
by force of arms of the Guards and
the Police; never told him so at any
time; (to the Court) never told bin.
anything of the kind.
Recess from 12 to 1:30.-
A Washington man has a bright
youngster who succeeded recently in
getting 'even with his father in a
very telling, though unconscious
manner. His fat Ik r was reproving
the little fellow's table manners.
"Don't do that,''' said he, "or we'll
have to call you a little pig." The
warning seemed to he lost, for the
fault was repeated. "Do you know
what a pig is?" was the inquiry,
put in a solemn manner. "Yes,
sir." "What is it?" "A pig is a
uog'a little boy." The lesson in
etiquette was suspended. Washing
Teacher Give a sentence which
shall include the words "measures,
not men," Blight pupil A diess
maker measures not meq. Stieet
& Smith's Good News.
Auction Siles by Lewis J. Levey.
I!y order of Jlr. F. SehlcsMiiigei. As
signee of the Baukiupt Estate of Lni
Ting, l will sell' at Public Auction, at
On THURSDAY, Juno 9th,
- AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
The Whole of tho Stock of Merchandise
belonging to said estate, consisting uf
MEN'S and BOY'S CLOTHING,
Boots & Shoes. White & Flannel Shirts,
Collars, Undei clothing, straw
Hats & Cups,
Prints, White & Urown Cottons,
Ribbons, Denims, Perfumery,
Tobacco & ('Ignis, '
Silk llaiulkeichlefs, Show Cases,
Chandeliers, Lamps, Etc., Etc
tr The whole to be sold without re
set ve and in lots to suit.
TKU II 4MNII,
LEWIS J LEVI3Y,
4'U) 4t Auctioneer,
u !-rjLX rv i i rv m.
f orPortiand, O.&Yictoria, B. G.
TheS. S. "PALM AS"
Of the above Due will be due at
And will have Immediate dispatch for
OSf For Freight or Passage apply to
- THEO. H. DAVIES &. CO,,
im iJiwimASjIii iin iiinniiinj iiii.Miiiiiufnlj'jwi Hum
1 MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE. GO,
ltlOEIAECI. A. .IIcCUKUY,
Issues Every Desirable Form of Policy J
It has paid its members since its organization THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR MILLIONS OF D0t.l ARS.
Its New Distribution Policy is the most liberal over offered by any Insurance Compauj .
t&m For full particulars apply to
1-1H General Agent for the Hnwaiian Islands.
Auction Sales by James P, Morgan.
Pasture Lauds in Kapakulu,
By order of Hon. S. B. Dole, I will
offer for sale at Public Auction, at
my Salesroom, Queen hlrcct,
On SATURDAY, Juno 18,
AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON,
The Following Desi'abl Propsrllos:
1 Lol 37 of the Kiipxhulu survey,
including an erea of 455 acres and
fenced on the easterly, westerly and
mauka sides with stone wall for tho
most pint. This land is bounded
mauka by the Waialao mad. easteily
by Waialae and worldly by Lot 38.
2 Lots 33, 33 and 34 of the Kapa
hulu survey, including an area of
389 acres. Fenced in by stone wall
and wiic fence and for a slioit dis
tance by a steep nrt of Diamond
Head. Bounded mauka by the
Waialae Road, -.. eily by Lot 37,
westerly by the ili ol Pahoa and ma
kai by Park lott, and has an outlet on
the Paik and a water supply for
stock. This land is cleared of lantana
for about of its aica.
UlVtt OlUlit X Illy IIU.V JVilIUIllll Li
road cuts across its westerly end.
Area (.s ucio. ieiieeu on its east
All of these Lands furnish
considerable pastille during a large
part of the year and contain a yearly
lncieitsing growth of ulgeroba trees,
which furnish a large amount of feed
JAS. F. MORG-A.N,
423 22t Auctioneer.
Mortgagee's Notice of Intention
to Foreclose and of Sale.
IN accord inco w Ith the provisions con
tained in that cituin Iii'leateirc of
mortgige dated th 8th day of May, A.
D. lbUO. made by C. W. Unit of Hono
lulu, Island of Oahu, to Mis. Adclia
Coruwell of the same place and of le
coid in the Oilhe of Registrar of Con
veyances hi Liber 12li. on p.iijes 40 and
4l"; no ice is hen.br given that thu un
designed Intends to fin ec oo said mort
gage for condition bioUen. to-wit: non
payment of the principal aud interest
the same being due, ai d
Notice is hueby given that after the
expiration of thiee uecks from the date
0 this notice, the Pi opei ty in s ild mm t
gage deed described will be sold at Pub
lic Aueiiun, iu the ciiv ol Honolulu. Isl
and of Oahu, on TUESDAY, thu'14!h
day of June, 18'i2, at 12 noon of t'ar
day, at thu uuuiou looms of Jas. F.
Foi fuither particulars ipply to
MR-. ADELI i OKNWKLL,
01 to A. .). i aitwiight. Agent; or to
Cecil Biown. .Utoiucv-at-Liw.
Dated Honolulu, May 17, 180-i
Propel ty in said nimtgage mentioned
1st All that Pioperty sitinito on f'e
X. E. corner of Bert-t.'mlu and Punch
bowl stieets, and bibig apana 2 of Koyal
Patent No '(il)G The above picmises
have Two Cottages upon ilium, and
biiug in a j early lentil togethei of 35 10
2d All that ceitaln other Piopeity
situate on the b. E. coiner of Itcietauia
and Punchbowl stieits, and being the
picmUcs upon which the Aiuinri and
two other Cottages stmiLaud oiitaiu
Ing an aiea ot OS-UK) of an aeie, this
piopeity brings la a yeuily rental of
about 1100. 441 it
EXECUTOR'S SALE. Of iikAL
Under and by vhtuo of an order Is
sued out of the snpu'ino, Com'', In' Pin
Imto, dutrd ihe IHtb day of May, MJJ,
upon the petition of Alex. J. Ciinuilht,
Executoi of the lu-t lll and lei-tanimit
of KHz. i J Holt, dccenteiJ, prajiiiir for
an ordi'i for leave to sell toitain Heal
Estate beloniriu to said decedent's es
tate, I am dliectu) by the said A, J.
Cartwrlght, Executor as afoiesaid, to
off"' at'Public iMii'iiou at my Salcsmom,
In llououlu, on SATUJIDvY, thi'l th
(lav of .lime, 18!).!, at 12 noon ot that
day, au ana singular Hie loiioiwug ues
cribed'pleci's or paicels of laud:
1 All that Piece or Ptiioel ofLind
tdtuato at ICapuuknlo. Iu Honolulu, con
taining 3-10 of an acre, and dccilbed In
ltoyal Patent lf)f0, L. O. A. tOW, leased
to J. F. Colbiirn for 8120 i cr annum.
2 All that Pl-ee or Paicel of Land
situate at Kalawahlup, In said Homini'ii.
and Known as the ''Doiron Premises,"
aud ihe same as descilbed in itoyui Pa
tent 1107, L. U. A. 1037.
8 All that Piece or Parcel of Land
situate on Foi t stieet, in said Honolulu,
aud occupied by J. J. Ciiideu as a faintly
lesulence, lease expliiug in May, 1891,
yearly reuinl 8 J"0.
i All that Pleco or Parcel of Land
situate, on Fort stieet, Iu said Honolulu,
aud occupied by A. W Clark ns a family
residence, yeaily lental 8480.
5 All those t'eriulu Pieces or Parcels
of Laud bltuate ut Palaiuu afoiesaid,
anil beim; Apamts X and 2 of Itoyui Pa
tent 2504, L. U. A 20J5 und Apulia 2 of
ltoyal Patent 2817, L. U. A. 8370, under
k'iiss to Ah lu at a yeaiiy rental of $H0.
Thu above sa'e in made subject to con
tinuation by the Court Issuing the ouler
irf- Terms Cash in U. S, Gold Coin.
Deeds at ilio expense of the pun baser.
For further particulars apply to A. J.
JAS. F. MUKGAN,
U hen ou want u .Portrait
Euhit'geil call on Kiin; Bros,,
gtt their price liHt and wee
samples. They cait't be, bout.
3 A portion of the Ili of Pahoa
lying weft of the last mentioned land
with the Waialae road fkirtinj; its
i. ,.;,! 'ei,.i ..,,,.. t.- .... i ... i . .
- HAVE OPENED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kaahu maim Street, Ground Floor, with a
Large Assortment of Now Goods u "Bourn."
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
Royal Worcester, Crown Derby,
Wedgewood & Other Fiue Ware.
New Rues &. Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,-
IVORY WARE, BOHEMIAN VASES,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd,
a." ii ifl
Oruamentall Economical & Durable!
Eddy's Old Established
Ici Cleats & RtfrfemtiiB,
China, Crockery h Giasswire,
Plaatat oq Tools, Iraplem ims & Supplies
Paints, Oils & Varnishes.
Va'caam Oil Co.'s LuWcdti-ig Oils!
Alwajs the same; nride by a special
"piocess anil always luliablc.
Carbolineum Avenarius in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HAUDWATCE CO., L'd.,
Cuininhis Now Block, Fort & Merchant streets.
104 Fort Street.
Just Received a Rew Invoice of the
Guaranteed' to be Fast Color and Absolutely Stainless
For Ladies, Gent'emen, Misses & Children,
8QT The Adeline ttlnek Stockings' are the Best Made "a
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-DBY AID FANCY 000DS-
At Greatly Reduced Prices,
Ohonillo Portieres at $0 a Pair. Black Headed Capes for Ladies, $5 Reduced
from $lf and $20.
GENTS' WHITE SHIRTS AND UNDERWEAR AT COST.
A new line of Oliallics at 40c, per yard, 42'incli All Wool Drees
Goods, in Plain, Striped and Checked, reduced from
ijil to (10c. per yaid, a'
8. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 FORT ST.
taK" lin'KsmaMng under the management of MISS -CLARiC, a
ONK Good fceeond-liad Upright
Piano; also 1 Grand Piano. Eu
mitioof N. V. ULltQESS,
uppo. the Icn Works, lieiutaula st.
ilulunlTel. 15 i. 10 IN
DUVAL PREMISES, 31
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'THE WEE KLY BULLETIN-
X columns of inteieetlug.readlug
mutters. Mailed to foreign countries,
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OF NEW YORK.
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ALL persons having accounts
ngainst the Logiblative As
sembly of 181)2 arc requested to
hand their bills in on Legislative
Blanks which can be had from
the Clerk. No other forms will
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