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Will bo received ut tho ollico of (ho
Iloiiil SupervUnr iu the Knpuuiwii
Building until July 30, 1802, nl. 12
o'clock noon, for Shooing Government
lloites mid Mules at tho Government
Stables in Honolulu, for six inuiths
fioir ho 1st day of August, 1S!)2.
h must be nl m niui'h per sot of
All lenders iiiuat ho endorsed
"Tenders For Government Shoeing."
Tho lto.id Supervisor does not bind
himself to accent the lowest or any
All ordeis are subject to tho inspec
tion and Hpptuvul of ihe Un.ul Super
vise!. W. II. OUMMINOS.
Honolulu, July 25, 1892. 1M) at
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the process of deepening the
channel ut tho entrance to Honolulu
harbor the Dredger will bo in opera
tion night and day. At night there
will bo a danger signal placed on the
forward der'ick of Dredger about 30
feet about tea level, which can be seen
by all vessels approaching the harbor.
The signal consists Red Red
of thiee red lights
and a white light
ab in tho diagram, White
the red lights being
about 3 feet apart
with the white light ,
u the center. Red
All steamers crossing the bar will
stop at a nafe distance from the Dred
ger and give one blast-of their whistle
which will bo answered by a single
blast from tho Dredger, to be fol
lowed by three blasts from the Dredg
er when tho passage is clear and they
Tho Tug will bo on hand when not
otherwise engaged to assist sailing craft
in passing the Dredger when neces
sary. C. N. SPENCER,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olliee, March 9, JL892.
Tho Minister of Finance npproves
of tho following list of persons to act
as Deputy Ass-essors and Collectors
for tho year 1S92 :
Honolulu T. A. Lloyd
Eiva and Wiiiiiiiac S. llookano
Waiiihui P. Mali. mill
Kii nipoko No. 1 Asa Ivauliii
Jvi ujpuko No. 2 E. I'. Atkue
Koobiulu.i L. J. Aylett
Lahaina David Taylor
Wailuku Win. T. Robinson
Makawao David Morton
Hanu '.J. P. Sylva
Molokai and Liinui J.Xuktilekti
Ililo and N. Hilo A. C. Willfong
Hamakua Clias. Williams
South Koh.ila. , . Wilmot Vredcnburg
North Kohal.i Ebon P. Low
North Kona J. Kaelemakule
Sjiith Komi TliOH, II. Wright
Kau O.T. Shipman
Puna J. E. Elderts
Waimea and Niihau Tli. Brandt
Koloa A. K. Mika
Lihuo.' J, II. Hatiuike
Kawaihau S. Kiuii
Hanalei W. E. Doverill
11. A. WJ DEM ANN,
Minister of Finance.
Finance Department, June 22, 1892.
Sale of Lease of the Paoifio Mail
On THURSDAY, Aug. 18, 1892, at
12 o'clock noon, at ihe front entrance
of Aliiolani Halo will ho sold at Public
Auction the leaso of the Pacific Mail
Wurohouse, situato on the Esplauado,
Term Louse fur f years.
Upset piico, .50t) per annum, pay
able soini-.inniially iu advanco.
Possession of tho above Warehouse
will bo given October 28, 1892.
Minister of tho Interior.
Interior Oflice, July 10, 1892.
Honolulu, H. I., Dec. 2, 1891.
Holders of water privileges, or those
paying water rates, are hereby noti
fied that the bonis for using watorfor
iriigaliou purposes uro from (5 to 8
o'clock a. m., and ! to 6 o'clock r. m,
uir.l further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Bjupt. Honolulu uter Work,
O. N, Spesceii,
Minister of tho lutorior.
V II tv
'intent to neilhrr Sect nor 'arty,
Hut tMahHtlcii for tht brnrHl of oil.
MONDAY, .1ULY 2fi, 1S92.
Itotnrn oftlm Cliiinipiiiii ArtrrTnMnis
.1 I'll 1N llll iHlHllll fDf 4(llft'll VIP
tUl'lll. II. U. M. S. Champion left port on
July 13 fot Johnston Island, in lati
tude 10 de.. 1,") tniu. N. longitude
109 dofj. 30 mill. W., and anchored
off the island on July 18. The isl
and was annexed the next day. John
ston Island consists of two islands
connected by a I a rye coral reef and
sand bank. The place is-honeycombed
and literally coveted with
bird's nests, millions of birds mak
ing the island their home. Four huts
were found, the remains no doubt of
some old guano company.
On the western end of the island
was found gear from a wreck and in
scribed on a prominent position was
"Jacob A. Rowland, lost on the
western roof of this Maud, Dec. 2G.
1 a. in. All hands saved. There is
a bark iu si;ht, supposed to be the
Abraham Barker, Doc. 28, 1888.
We landed on the northwestern side
of this island."
On tho beach were found a whale
boat in a dilapidated condition, pad
dles, boat hooks, casks, medicine
chest, tinned stuff and other pro
visions, mostly old and perfectly use
less. The island is surrounded by
coral reefs and it is very ditlicult to
effect a landing. There arc no tices
on the island bui an abundance of
guano. A copy of the following
proclamation was left in a secure
place on the island:
In the name of Her Majc-ly Queen
Victoria, Queen ot the United
Kingdom ot Great Britain and
Ireland, Empress of India:
By Eustace Rookc, Esquire, Captain
in the Royal Navy, Commanding
Her Britannic Majesty's Ship
Whereas. I have it in command
from Her Majesty Queen Victoiia,
through her Principal Secretary of
State for the Colonies, to assert the
sovereign rights of Her Majesty over
the group of islands, known as the
Johnston Islands, the same having
been taken possession of by Her Ma
jesty. Now therefore I, Eustace Rookc,
Esquire, Captain in the Royal Navy,
commanding Her Brittannic Majes
ty's Ship "Champion," do hereby
declare and proclaim to all men that
from and after the date of these pre
sents, the full sovereignt- of the
Johnston Islands, situated in Latitude
1G 1.V North, Longitude 109 30'
West, vests in Her Majesty Queen
Victoria, her heirs and successor for
Given under my hand at Johnston
Islands this niii'Heenth day of July,
1892. Eustaci: Rooki:,
Captain of II. B. M. Ship Champion.
Jami'.s Weston Liti,,
Ciias. Wilson Fovvi.nrc,
It is not definitely known what
Great Britain intends doing with
these coral reefs, but there is some
talk that the island will be utilized
as a resting place for a cable shortly
to bo laid. The future movements
of II. B. M. S. Champion depend
on advices by the mail on the 29th
THE KALAKAUA MONUMENT.
Mr. Cogswell in his letter of yes
terday lias taken a false issue from
yours of the previous day. As lie is
a painter and not a sculptor, your
statements about life sittings do not
apply to him. He is, however, cor
rect when he throws the responsibil
ity on the Association by saying,
"If the Monument Association is so
enthused with my portrait of His
Majesty as to turn in tho fund they
have collected to the purchase of it,
it is their affair and not mine."
If members ot the Association are
willing, for a consideration, to use
their influence in his interest, the
onus does not belong to him. But is
it not right that the subset ibers
should have some say in the matter?
There are men in the country cap
able of estimating the value oi works
of art. Several could be named, who
might be trusted to give a sound
opinion, whose integrity is beyond
dispute. Surely the subscribers
should have the benefit of such men's
opinion. Or, is the whole mntter to
be left to the present committee, who
are either ignorant, mercenary or in
different? Can you not in some way,
Mr. Editor, point out how tho sub
scribers can be collected so as to ex
press their opinion, us to the disposal
of the money already collected or
for its return. . .Suiiscitiiir.n.
A traveling man who chanced to
bo in the store of E, V. Wood, at
AIcKees Rocks, I'a., says whilo he
was waiting to see Mr. Wood, a little
girl came in witii an empty bottle a
l holed Chamberlain's Pain Balm and
9aid : "Mamma wants another bqt
tic of that medicine j she says it ie
the beet medicine for ilieumatisin she
over used." 50 cent bottles for sale
by all dealers. Benson, Smith &Co.,
Miss Maiiv Lyle, lately book-keeper
with Egiui it Gunn, is , -epared t" iu
stenographing and typo-writing at
moderate r.itrs. Graduate) of Iloald's
Business College, San Francisco.
Otiice with C. J. McOaithy. 35 Mer-
' chant Btreot. 2-1 m
Hlnztilnr Nticrcx ut Mr. M.irftildi'N
There was n good house for lion.
Jos. Marsdon's lecture on his travels
in tho far East at tho Opera House
on Saturday evening. Her Majesty
was in tho Royal box, accompanied
by His Kxcellency Governor Cleg
born, Prince Kawananakoa, Major
J. W. Robertson, II. M 's Chamber
lain, and Mrs. Wil-on, lady In wait
ing. Colonel Clans Sprec'kcls and
lion. W. G. Irwin were in ihe pro
pi iotary box opposite.
The lantern slides illustrating the
lecture were handled by lion. C. W.
Ashford and Mr. C. Iledetnann of
the Hawaiian Camera Club with their
well-practiced skill. Many of them
were the developments of snap shots I
taken by Mr. Maisdeu while liavtl
ing through Japan, China and India,
in bis quest of cheap labor last oar,
under 'jouimission of the Planters'
Labor and Supply Company. These
views were theioforeol ps-culhr in
terest, as showing phases of Eastern
life taken at random,
Mr. Maisdeu delivered his lecture
in rich, rolling accents that ki'lcil
the monotony often attaching to such
a lecture, and by interspersing
his descriptions with a desultory lire
of humor he frequently indued a
ripple of humbler. Some of his
passages rose to eloquence, pailieii
lary when dealing willi tho scenes of
the Indian mutiny. The architectu
ral views, comprising bits of city,
temples, mosques, tombs, monu
ments, etc., were sharply delined
and caused many hums of admira
lion to rise fiom the audience.
At, the intermission .Mr. Geo C.
Potter recited Tennyson's blood-slir-ling
poem, "The Defense of Luck
now," displaying histrionic power of
a high class. Mr. V M. English, to
his own accompaniment, sang "The
Maniac," receiving loud applause.
All who were theie, -a far as heaid
ftom, say to the Camera Club,
"Come again, nnd, if you cannot
catch another traveler the equal of
'Jovial Joe,' with as good a poit
folio of slides, trot the same gentle
man out again."
THE LEE ROAD.
Wo are only a few tourists who
within the last, few days have travel
ed over the "Lee rrad" from Pahnla
to the Volcano Hou-e, and were as
tonished at tho stalciuents made iu
the letlor signed " l'apayer" iu
your(issiie or the 1-lth insi." Would
it not be mure honest in your corres
pondent when ho makes four state
ments in hi first paragraph, (three
of which wo can -3v to bo alisoluicly
untrue), to come out like a mnn. anil
if lie is working for the common
good, as the slates, to sign his name
to his letter? We do not know who
he is, but when lie say, that "the
road is in a bad stale, Hie trick
many places completely worn away.'
and passage for vehicles only possi
ble by turning off and taking a fresh
course," we think tint fur some pur
pose of his own. either jealousy,
petty spito or imioranee, which is
evinced by his leltet, he i-, woithy to
step into the shoes of Ananias. The
road is good. One of us made the
journey over the lava four years ago,
and was struck with the improve
ment, while we, one and all, were
surprised that such dillleulties cuild
have been so skillfully overcome, and
that such a road could have been
made. The proof of its present
good condition, is the fact that two
gentlemen came from Pahnla to the
Volcano House yesterday in four
hours, coveiing a distance of 23
miles of up grade mountain road.
"Taxpayer" stales that the road
cost Mr. Lee S 1000 or les. Now il
he can prove by figures that this is a
fact, well and good ; but if ho cannot
do so, he is guilty of cither misrep
resentation or gross ignorance (which
latter wo are willing to excuse, al
though the law never does).
Iu conclusion, we hope that Mr.
Lee, who has done, and is doing so
much to render I ho Volcano Hou-e
an attractive resort for tourists and
others, may meet with the approba
tion and support of the Legislature
and public generally, and get a
"fair" price for his pet severance,
pluck, and ability as shown in the
We are yours very truly,
Ma won M. Li .vino,
Jos. C. Pauki:k, New Yoik City,
J. W. Lusixo,
II. E. Mcl.viviii:,
BULLETIN OFFICE ON FIRE.
As tho Bullktin was just being
put to press ai -1 :2.' ibis afternoon,
news boys outside raised mi alarm i
for a fire on the ollico roof. The lire
brigade was quickly on Imad and put
out the fire. As the editorial room
was drenclud with water, and proofs
and copy weio swept out of reach,
the paper is issued under dilliculiies.
The smokestack being carried away,
the pages are printed at. the Press
Publishing Co.'s olllce, thioutrh tho
courtesy of Mr. J. J. Gieene, man
ager. WIhmi jou wain, si Tori rait
Enlarged call on Kiutr Bros.,
gel their juice lint ai'.d .u '
iiiil. Ilinv pnri'l lf Itonf.
IJOSTAL SaviiiL's bunk P.ips Honk
I Nn, 70U. Under please leave at
this ollico. 4So;it
'pilE ttiideis'guod ileslies Hint all bills
I against lint (ilteiiui tatnou fur
Iho quiutur ending Juno 30ili be pio
seuted at once. L. 11 DK1C,
Honolulu, July 25, 1603. ISO St
Thp4!rrfircnlH Dit-nt (lie IlnnnliiMix
b.V Mood IMIl I'lnylnix.
Tho ex-champions, Honolulu-,
dropped another to tho Crusceiits on
Saturday afternoon, giving the latter
sure second place. Willie Lucas
was iu the box for the Ilonoltiltis and
pitched brilliant Imll up to the sivunth
inning, when he was b.ttiod clean out
(if the bnx. The Honolulu team
went to bat first and were not iclircd
in time tosmC t,wo urns. They fallid
to knock down any inure until the
llfih inning when they nianuL'cd in
straighten out Angus' ciiiaos f.r live
tuns. Their energy seemed m die
out this stage nnd Ihoy tairied. The
Crescents, however, went on the to
verse, scoring one urn iu the sixih
inning and with dowinijht heav
slugging sent four men on a circuit
of ihe bacs iu the succeeding one.
In the eighth inning, when J.nn s
Lemon ha i been subsiiiulul for W.
Lucas iu the box, the Crescents hit
him just as haul and stuit two, and
the winning ones, over the plate.
The game while inteiesliiii: was
not of an exciting c'laracler, the ix
citeineni being most I v on the part of
the fair ones iu the giiiud stand
Some pi city playing was done by the
respective teams, and some dry h .11
was played by otheis. It wa an i.f
day with IVachhlow Hart and h.
played a reckless game, as alo d d
Johnny Soper at Hist. Hart redeem
ed himself somewhat by sending a
three-bagger to deep right field iu
the eighth inning. iliie Wihh r at
second was all seiene. Star Peicy
played his usual brdii ml ganiu in
tho lield and muiiipulati d the willow
with no less skill. Angus' pitching
was uood, and was ably supported
by Chi is Willis
W. Lucas' pitching was of an ox
cellentorder fur live innings, when hU
arm gave way and he was baited for
singles, doubles anil triples. A spe
cial feature was Chan Wilder's buck
stopping 'and E. Wodelitniso's play
at third. Number Pen I lay Wode
hoiixp at lirst had three eriors
placed to his credit, and was lied
by Charlie Wilder, tlmlie had a
far-away look and gnaiihd short
slop like a siatue. Percy Li-lunan
gave him a liner which toppkd him
The following is the score:
XAMKS. All. U llll (I. a. i .
Wi'lis. C e r. I 0 4 4 1
Lislnn.iii. I'.. :ib r :i 1 o f. t)
Mart. L.. .. 5 I It 0 I
Winl. r, W., -Jb r. 1 t IS 4 1
Molt, l.f 12 4 10 0
Carer, r f 'J 0 1 1 0 0
Tluiini. c f I 0 I 0 0 (I
Super. J . lb ,'i 0 0 18 1
Align-, 0..i :t 1 0 0 II II
Total M, fl 11 27 H G
n.mi:s. All it iiii o . i:.
Woilchoiise, II., lb... 2 7 0 It
Ln.as. G , r.f ."i 1 2 0 1 U
Willi new 2b 5 2 2 It O 2
Wini.T. ('ban. c .... 4 U 0 7 1 1
Wi.dehonse, K . lib... 4 I 1 It :t (I
' aiter. J (J., el 4 1 1 I 0 (I
Leniuii, J , l.f i (J 1 2 1 0
Wilder, i has , ss.... 4 0 1 0 a :i
I.lie.s, W., l 4 (I 1 1 ." U
Total 3!) 7 11 21 14 !i
.--eoic bv iiini i g
Cie-eeiiti.' '.-1 0 O 0 0 1 i 2 0
II. nniilu ' 0 II II ,"i U II I) U 7
Siiiinuaiy: K.unel Kim Uii"-oeiils,
'; liunolli us. 2. Two It .so llll-W I
der, II h (2), Wnilulioil-e, II , Lemon.
w ilder. i has. Time iii-c H( nan
Liici-, (J I eft on liases (Jlc cent . 7;
llonolii it. 4. Ities cm Ua s ty Lne.i-.
2. Ntiuck Oil Uy Align-, .i; f.iiea-. H;
L.'iuon, 1. P.i-M-.l . al s-W.llU, I.
wid Pitches ngu-, 2. Uiupiic -Woods
and i.iabbu f-cn.er .Mor,i.
HO V THEY STAND.
The following b the standing of
the different chilis in the Hawaiian
League up to July 9:
Q . S
I luin.hiln ..-.
i i i i .. i
I I 2 7 .777
I .. I 2 i 2 .:8:
U"---ceiit ,'l J .! . J,
tonnes l.ii-l.. r 2 r' ..T
H 1 T (J AT I OS W A XT KJ)
1) Y a Yonntr Man ns l-nok-hcepor for
plantation or store. I i y lefei
encei. Apply "A " Ui;li.i:tin Ullleo.
f-A- rPWO Veiy Deslrahlo nu-1
iV&B ' Ploi-iiutly Lneatcil
WtOm Itulhlliig Lots, loeaied on
Klnnii anil Pensneolii suoctp, M eily,
aie offered for sd.i on ailvantiigeoiH
tmiiH, For pilllellliiis inquire at
GULb'K'ri AOKN Y,
I'D 2w H8 Meichiilils'ivet.
& 1 O.WUf l GK flo.s...
Mj3TB 1 I'l'"'"'"! ' "'"
iWtf.5i. ncss, compleio and iu
'yy-M-;ii f ""' order. I Ki'iim
177 lw WM U. AIWaI'KH.
Lost, Slr.ijiMl or Stolen.
17nOM Iho promises
1 of llll) lliillel-
fhrned, Paima io.hI.
lllliO Weeks ii.ro. a
-jiaiJ-"-- ll.iv I'lllv. '4U liniilH
high, font and niaun and I ill b nek, will
all glow Muck. Ten (Hi; di) is ie
wind will bo puld fir Iho leiinu of the
Flllv. E, L, MAKS (Al L.
July 22, 1SD2. 478-Sw
Miosis. Iviii IJimih, niit
sliowlng- a linn lino oi' Bam
boo and other Hlyl I'arlor
EiihoIs, Wall Brackets and
Window ( ornices at prices
to meet tho timnn.
H.v ' lli'iiiitore."
The Pacumo llAiiinv.Mii; Co., Ld.,
have just received from Knglnnd tin
invoico of the well-known Duiltnn
Wine, comprising Breakfast and 13jn.
nor Sets, Toilet Sets, Cupj and Sau
cers, Jugs, olo., elc.
Their supply of l'laiilnllon Tools
and Supplies is very complete, as iiUrj
of Lubricating Oils,
Carboliiieuin Avfhiiihts by tho bar
rel, case nr smaller rpmulilv.
Auctliin hIhs ly hm F. Mr.fgm
AUGTIO.J F-ALL OF
On WKDVIMnV.j'iily "1,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M ,
At inv oati-sriinin, Queen s-ieet. I will
sell at PiiU'Ic Aue.loii. a lit of
Household Furn i tu e
Comprising in pint:
UPHOLSTERED PAVLOR SET,
Lamps, pi tin- s. '''allies , rjh uis,
U. W What. in. Olliee Tai.le.
I lining 'I able., .Me it -.it.-,
Asli Jlirblelop Bedroom Sits.
14 nnnnd Vols. Fr.inh 1 eslie'.- Xew?-
1" Itiiunil VoN. itniper'n Uaz.ir,
Lot Abseiled liunl;s.
LAltGlC HI It I) OAGK5,
Etc.. Etc.. Kte., Etc.
JAN. P. :tJf)S;f2 s
ISO '.'t Aiieii'ine. r.
AUCTION SALE OF
Dsslratata B6s?dsnce !
On WEDNESDAY. July 27. I
AT S'i 'l'l.'!l XOOTJ
At my Mi'i'M-iinni. Queen --tie I, I will
sell at I'nbbe Auetiuu,
THAT DESIRaB'-E RSIDNCE
At P.ilinri. a.lj iiidiiar Hie n;-iileu"e of
Mr (!. It. Duiiilit. and li-li.g a .nni,.n
f ihe inoi.iriy of tho E-i.ite of il.til.i
The Lot lias a frnl g1 of 7'.' feel nn
the lane, ami 1-, 10) leel .1 ep. I lion; i- u
C NVENIENT COTT GE
On the L'it eniilalubig " ltnnms. npiuig
! (llll tuiil Kilehe .. ele. Tll.'.l.'.t 1- all
fenced; Nut r laid . n An linns imI op
p.iiiiiuiiy lo oblul i a L'oiivoiileut Jt si
Eia"" Tor fuithnr par'ii nl.ir anp'y to
JAS. F. 3I-5IfJ V.
4l0 2t A.i'"i."i'"r
Leases of Ikiili'iicc S:b
On WEOS'ESl) IV, .July iJ7,
AT 12 O'CLOCK XOON',
At mv S ile-room. hv ..id-r of II. M.
KA1MOI.ANI. I w 11 -.11 .it
THE LESE FOR 20 YEAR i OF
Adjoining the rci-idenec of Mr. W. P
Toler on I lie ei.-t,
Tho Lois have a frontage of nboui.
81 feet in the Waikikl load, aie i.ImU'
l.'U feet deep, wilh a line fi.uit ige of
8i feet on J ho beach.
The Lois, all huvo a fronlngo on an
uniivalod clear miiiiI.v beach. The
li.ilhing i lir-l-ela.-r, being aniong the
beM ai WiiihiUi.
Tlio Lot.s aro slaked out
inui ked fion'i A to 10,
&?" Korfuither particulars ajiply
J AS. F. MOItG W,
Iiii) lit Auctioneer.
Auci.oii Slos by L-.wls J. Lovey.
LANDLORDS SALE I
AJOTI'-K Nhoioln glvi-n lint hi 'nu
ll eiiid.ineii wi h ihe law Iu f-iii:ii . a-e
made and iioviileil. I w.i cm-, . in be
ii I ihe l.ili.iwlng a ni eei. ot Mining
' h.uig rung, Liken hy luo in ihhtr.ihiiu
Iiii ii nl. to It :
I CloeK, I Ueillciiel ui'er. 1 Haiulio i
1 oiiiigi. I Mi'p I miller, 1 KnlillugT.iii.o.
2 ! Diit 'lalile, i h ilr-. -J Mouin. I
l.:i.iip ami a (j i.tuiliy of .Meilk'iut.i mil
,- Fald sale will ialn p'leo at ihn
ll.'tlon -iileriniiii ot Li;yis ,1 j.KVKV.
All ll"ll'., e.iin I' ot lint an. I Q leell
i-lieot.-, on f'JtlDiY, J it v '.'ill a. It)
a. in. ' NO GOJ.N".
lMuluro l1 1'anii'h in, ul. 1 6
ortler Iroiii lalrt .slyuj'i -J
moulding. KcihivuI ion uf
'Mil iiictiu'i'.H n Mpociitltv ttt
King Bros., Hotel hLcooI..
UAA'B OPIONED THEIR
New China, Glass & Furniture Saleroom
On Kailiumanu Street Ground Floor, -with a
Lwie As5orli3ii of New Hoods m " Ebimo."
Sl'KCIAL DISPLAY OV
Roya! Worcester, Crown Derby,
Weclgewood & Otlier Fins W,re.
New PIwrg & Csrpets,
Fine Show of Glassware,
IVOI.Y WAR1J, UOIIEMIAX VASKS,
WINE GLASSES, TUMBLERS,
Etc , Etc., Etc., Etc., Etc.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'cL
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Icd f.Ii83ts & Rjfnpratiw,
CM.'ia, Crockery SG-asswi'o,
Pliiatit o:iTjn!. I.nplim "i:s&Snpp'I3
I'.ilnt-, Oil . V.iini-li"
Yicnuu Oil Co.'s LmnciihH Oils!
AliViiis Ih" ".Hue; in nle liv a special
piuuu-s an I always reluihlu
Cr.rbolincum Avenaris in Quantities to Suit.
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., L'd.,
Cuinmlns Xew I'.lock, Kurt & Meielnint streets.
5 04 Fort Strsc-ti
Just Received a
GiiiirantcL'd to be Fast Color and Absoltttoly Stainless
To? Ladies, Gent'enen, Misses & CM.drea.
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TEMPLE OF FASHION,
Corner X'orl .."fc; Ilnlel "livelw
We Will Soil THIS WEEK at Reduced Prices
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Pungeo Dinjn'rii -, I'nrlieies, I'ine.iiip'e 'rirpiie, .Sutlooiif,
White Diei- (j. nn Is in Cheeked and .Stiined.
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LiDIEi', CHILDBFIi AIO MW MR!
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Ojiliiur fititis'in 1 VittoM aa,i.kl Wool!
K..r L idles, Oonts nud Chihlieu.
lSr Cull nnd ?eo cur New Goods I
B. F. EKLERS & GO., 90 FORT ST.
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