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THURSDAY, AUG. 11, 181V2.
--3FIBB DEPARTMENT NOTICE
The attention Of the public is called lo
o,iitilaifcJluisiitglI'HtolK,iiwar.M tt .;hn
li'iil iSWiT-uff ll-.'l'i'lWl) ?lJJi'Hnlt"1 lrrl
lire, norjii any win luitlionyp unv lliti
K'JH 111 b.UU 1,.,-lUJ.,. .t.c ...liiii.,rti I..R Ml
wu iiiuuu in in nun ii i utii4 i tni ( 1 1 1
H)inttiln'l othdriilirgriWltyV'ifjuit AttM prj n
-iiiittUw Jv,ur.wWii.i'r.rhv.wr! iwi1 '
than toii.lcet from the end of flic pier
WWu.Ji'WTio tighU'd'-HliV rlM.iWMiui
hr.ibotitbri Mn-iaiiyiilifuiwiinUoovepwVtliili a
.hnW''Viilf W'VfiiiWllUMliV"tilti' of
k' tnUiFiiM1 r??ri.pfs )Jvi'fi,J,'T'it!,olU tllc
norinit in writing of the Chief Engineer.
.'0iW.lr5i",,AU,brigJnW," 'carriages, mul
qiiotfl'tbflAiilttibfe'liAuutiWtlf tho Honolulu
-il('Firil;Devlrtuteuirllw'U have the paramount
.ilFlohty(7Y,WiirhWl' u strcct,'i' ,anc'
. alfovs. highways niul bywavs, places and
IVMcolirt'Jloitfii'iltV'!iiiatire districts of IIo-
i MfiJVAlft, WHc'tf funning to n lire, nntl such
apparatus, together with nil other vehicles
()lltlWoi(cfeei)ting street ears, ahull take
. anil keep the right side of the street, unless
1,1 VfibV'SaYiio ho obstructed, nnd all street ears
iiijitjuho vicinity of nny such apparntus go-
't Silg to ii lire, shall retard or accelerate their
OJ njkpevil, ns the apparatus may requite, in
. order to give the apparatus of the Fiio De
1 ' part ment the unobstuicted use of the street
""'lor the timo being.
,'w Src. 2S. Ko person or jiersons having
ml he, control of any vehicle shall wilfully or
-it) Vure'c,s'J' l,er,uit the same to obstruct the
progress of the apparatus of the Honolulu
I'M re Department going to a lite.
'imil Skc. 2s). 'Whoever wilfully, wantonly or
0 j jijiinllciously obstructs or retards the passngc
I , of an engine, or any tire apparatus of the
f'Mrc Department, while going to or ntailre
m -"shall ho deemed guilty of a niisdeinennor,
.iViAfiul upon conviction thereof shall be pun-
ii jpshed by a line not exceeding one hundred
-l.xil gKCi . j0 j)crj,on shall give a false
?Ji "alarm of lire in Honolulu.
4, In Sr.r. 31. Any person violating any of the
jujj.jirovisions of this Act shall bo deemed
, guilty of a misdemeanor, and on convic
tion shall, except where the penalty K
'"'' otherwise provided herein, be puni-Oied by
fivoia line in a sum of not more than one hun
.. , JUMUS ASCII,
5 ' Chief ICngineer Honoliiiu Fire Depnrt
,)',) ment. Kil-3t
)i;j NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During tho process of Deepening the
1,1 "Channel at the entrance to Honolulu liar
K'iylbor the Dredger will bo in operation night
j() At night there will be a Danger Signal
I t placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger,
about I'A) feet above sea level, which can bo
i)i;l j,e(m )y nil vesols approaching the haibor.
,lloi Tho Signal consists
uij;,of a lted lights and a i ,
... "White light a-j in m: ":"
tho diagram the red
"'" ' liglits being about 3
-!' feet apart, with tho
o) 1 whito liglit in the
All steamers oro"-
'l) l,iif tlir. llnr will stmi
1') at a safe distance from the Diedger and
-jrtli give one blast of their wlii-tlc, wliich will
bo answered by a single blast from the
Dredger, to bo followed by three blasts
from tho Dredger when the passage- is clear
and they can proceed.
'liioi The Tug will be on hand when not other--llll
W'M2 engaged to assist sailing craft in pass-
I l ing tho Diedger when necessary.
J1". o. s. si'i:ncku,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, March 9, Xb'.U.
Somo iutorosting itoins I'onio bj
ilti mnil in rt'giml-lo IVnrl Harbor
ami .lolmston Island. Thoy boar on
"thirtiwstiniirD a naval station tor
tlio UiiUwli States in this soot ion of
tho lWitiJ'. Tliov show that tho
mat tor has iainotl sonio hold on
Jfijljljt; opinion in tho Unitod Statos.
It is not yot niado oortain, howovor,
that tho .?2r0,0(10 in tho Apjiropria
tion 15ill is for 1'oarl Harbor, as
advicos havo boon roooivod that it is
for tho improvement of Unolo Sam's
coaling station priviloyo in Samoa.
This explanation of tho item receives
support from tho information that
Lioutenant Collin, U. S. N., who
passed through hero two weeks ago
on tho mail steamer, is to make
soundings at Pago Pago for an iron
pior. Tho money is certainly not
intended for a naval station at John
ston Island, although in commenting
on the lintisli acquisition oi mat
island one journalist at least urges
the prosecution of American claims
to tho island, placing a highor value
on it for tho purposes of a coaling
station than on eithor Pearl Harbor
or Pago Pago. Even if tho United
States can make good a claim on
Johnston Island, both Hawaii and
Samoa have got too great a start in
tho matter to admit of having a rival
in Johnston Island. Tho clause in
tho reciprocity treaty with this
country, which gave tho Unitod
Statos the exclusive, right to estab
lish a naval station at Poarl Harbor,
no doubt represented real, if remote,
intentions on tho part of our groat
neighbor. And it is probably not
for fun that an otlicor is going to
make survoya for improvements of
tho privilege at Samoa. Although
there is high authority for tho be
lief that tho United States will not
for many years, if ever, avail herself
of tho privilege of expending a largo
amount of 11101103' on Pearl Harbor,
still, while tho question is kept alive
by public men and journalists in the
United Statos, it is bound to bo an
issue in this country. Until tho
matter shall bo definitely settled one
way or the other, there will always
bo advocates hero of tho policy of
trading Pearl Harbor oil" for the
very 'best advantages tho Unitod
States can bo induced to give in re
turn. From. a general knowledge of
the vast amount of work waiting to
1)0 done in sea coast and harbor de
fenses in tho United States itself,
howovor, wo must bo pardoned in
considering that it is useless to ex
iiect that sho will very soon bo
ready to spend any considerable
amount of money on Pearl Harbor.
This is said, waiving tho question of
ceding Hawaiian territory. AVould
it not bo hotter for Hawaii to wait
for tho United States to ask for
Poarl Harbor, rather than work hor
solf heartsick with deferred hopes,
with the added risk of losing sight
of more tangible means of advancing
the national wolfaro?
of labor, tho Legislature will havo
to gnfpplo with tho demand from
Ui6 plantations for cheap labor and
moro of it. At tho name- timo tho
decrease of tho European popula
tion is matter for sorious consider
ation. There should bo 0110 more
select committee of tho Legislature
n very select 0110 too to report on
the general state of tho country.
Their deliverance should bo a practi
cal one, indicating measures for
slopping tho drain of desirable popu
lation. This would take in thowholo
range of diversified agriculture and
permanent works of public improve
ment. Such a report would bo moro
profitable matter for engaging tho
time of the Legislat tiro than boyish
complaints about tho work of tho
hardworking reporters of the pro
ceedings. Wo are hopeful, and believe that
many thoughtful people share the
fooling, that before tho next crop of
sugar is begun to bo taken oil bed
rock will have been reached, and an
upward turn in our financial condi
tion tako place. Other industries
than sugar raising are coming ahead
with no small degree of promise,
and anything that can hasten
their development should bo earn
estly sought. There has lately been
a check in the outgoing of Portu
guese, not on account of bettor
times looming up here, but because
of reports coming back from their
kinsfolk who havo loft, to the olToot
that employment is as scarce, and
their distress as keen, where thoy
havo gone as in Hawaii. It will bo
well if those hero eau bo provided
with inducements to remain.
F. F. S. DUBOURDIEU.
List of Ofilcors of tho VisltlnR Fronch
Tho following is a list of tho ofil
cors of the French flagship Dtibour
dieu: OnOISEUll A 13ATTEUIE LE
Commandi: ivn M. Uksson,
CAPiTAiNn nn Vaisskait.
M. Parrayon, Coutre Ainiral,
Commandant en Chef.
M. Hosson, Cnpitaino do Vais-
seau, Chef d' Etat-Major.
1M. Plivard, Conunissairo ad
joint, Cominissairo do Division.
M. Mnurin, Mcdeoin principal,
Medicin do Division.
M. do Silans, Lieutenant do
Vaisseau, Aide do Camp.
M. Amolot, Lieutenant do Vais
seau, Aide do Camp.
M. Parmotior, Aunionior do la
Marino. Aunionior do Division.
M. Besson, Capitaino do Vais
M. Lo Grand, Capitaino do
Frigate, Otlluior on second. .
M. do Beausac, Lieutenant do
M. Sollior, Lieutenant do Vaisseau.
By Jus. F. Morgnn.
AUCTION SALE OF
On SATURDAY, Aug. 13tti,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M.,
At iiiv Salesroom, Queen Street, 1 will sell
at Public Auction
1 Cherry Bedroom Set,
Mattraises ,t Pillows,
Pictures, II, W. llookca'-e,
B. "W. Bec3.stea.cis
And by order of the Arion Club
Crockery & Glassware,
Ktc, Ktc, Etc., Etc.
Jas, :F iMorgan.,
THEO. H. DA VIES & CO.
Have Opened Their New
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmmanu St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New Goods, ex Benmore.
Mottoz, Lioutenant do Vais
Lidin, Lioutenant do Vais-
Holders of Water Privileges, or tho-o
naying Water nates, are nerouy nouneu
JciI that, owing to tliodiouth and tho s-carcity
of water in the Government ItCfcrvoirs,
the Hours for using water for Irriga
tion nurpoi-es are from 7 to 8 o'clock a. m.,
and 5 to 0 o'clock p. t., until further notice.
JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
0. K. Sw:xui:u,
Minister of the Interior.
Honolulu, 11. L, Aug. 5, 180.!.
Owing to tho drought and hcareity of
water, the residents mutikn of Judd htieet
aio leijucstcd to collect what water they
may require for household purposes before
8 o'clock a. m.
Superintendent Honolulu Water Woiks.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, lsll.'. HU-tf
MIL CECIL H0I1EHT IHtOAH
Has been appointed Hawaiian Consul at
Falmouth, England, to succeed Sydney
lironil, Ksij., resigneil.
Koreign Olllce, Aug. !), 1WU.
Iiost, Strayed or Stolon,
hiaud and very fat,
btiinilH about 14i liandH
high, the property of
Mr. V. V. Miicfarlane.
The animal has been inissinir ten days.
suitable reward will bo given on returning
bnmu to tho Union Keen Co., Queen street.
fTMtOM WAIKIKI. A
.1" Smnll Jilaek and Tan
Toy Terrier Dog, with owner's
niu'iio on collar. A reward
will bu paid lor his return to
E, W. HOLDSWOHTH,
At Thco, H. Uavies ii Co.'s olllce.
Honolulu, Aug, 10, 1MU. JiKI-tf
When you want u Portrait Enbiryed
call on King Jiros,, get their J'rice List,
and nee Samples, They can't be beat!
rH E "BULLETIN ISTHE LE.V1JIN0
X J)"!ly Paper of tho Kingdom, Kifly
ct'iits per month.
An idea of tho way civilized so
ciety hero is suffering loss from tho
financial depression may ho gather
ed from tho following iigures of ar
rivals and departures of passengers
tho first half of this year. While
tho arrivals exceed tho departures
by 859, the departures of Portuguese
and othor foreigners exceed their
arrivals by 895. Tho figures are ob
tained from tho Uustoni Jloubo re
turns through tho courtesy of Hon.
A. S. Cleghorn, Collector General:
Foreigners 821 1299
Portuguese 1H -180
Chinesi 125)15 -J31
Japanese 2129 1510
Excess of arrivals 859
Tho excess of departures of foreig
ners (othor than Portuguese) is 478,
and that of Portuguese 417; while
Chineso havo increased by 8(55, and
Japanese 889. This is not an en
couraging exhibition in respect to
tho advancement of civilization in
Hawaii-noi. Tho elements that are
regarded as essential to tho upbuild
ing of a political and social fabric
on western models are decreasing.
Oriental elements that are hopeless
of being assimilated to what wo re
gard as civilization are increasing.
For tho first six months of the year
tho Asiatic increase is in a ratio of
201 percent to the total increase,
Tho largo increase shown of Chi
nese and Japanese ought to havo
availed much in relieving tho scarcity
of cheap labor complained of by tho
planters. There is no sign made,
however, that the planters aroinany
loss distress than before on that ac
count. Their voice is still hoard in
the land, crying, "Moro, inoro cheap
labor?" While the prosperity of the
country remains dependent on the
sugar industry, and while tho plant
ers generally are evidently averse to
experimenting with any now system
Tho Pearl Rivor Coaling Station.
It is .considered almost certain
that tho United States will acquire
Pearl rivor, Honolulu, as a coaling
station. The Secretary of tho Navy
and tho Secretary of State have boon
in consultation upon this subject re
cently, and at their suggestion $250,
000 was put in tho sundry civil bill
in Conference Committee "for a
coaling station." It is understood
at the Navy Department that this
sum is for tho acquirement of the
Honolulu station and that arrange
ments are completed to tho point of
payment. In the tiealy leconlly
negotiated with Hawaii it was stipu
lated that the United Slates could
establish a coaling station on tho
Pearl river, provided .?25(),0O0 was
first expended in dredging tho chan
nel. If the United States gets this
valuable concession it will bitterly
disappoint British mtorests now
seeking it. S. F. Call.
Tho following is a "Washington
special to a Chicago paper, under
date of July 29:
"A little item in the Sundry Civil
Appropriation bill appropriating
250,000 for tho procurement of
naval coaling stations, which has
been agreed to by a Conference
committee, becomes an important
matter when its full purport is un
derstood. Briefly, it means tho ac
quisition of a valuable foothold in
the Hawaiian Islands, which this
country and naval ollicials particu
larly havo long been striving for.
The amount is placed at the disposal
of the President without any othor
condition imposed than that it shall
bo used for the procurement of na
val stations. To socuro control of
Pearl Harbor, Hawaii, for a coaling
station and a base of supplies for
American vessols in tho Pacific, a
point of tho greatest strategic value
in war times, requires only tho
dredging of an entrance to tho har
bor, which will cost just about tho
amount placed at tho disposal of
tho President. It is needless to add
that tho amount will bo utilized for
this purpose. Hawaii is willing to
deed all the land necessary for a
coaling station to us just as soon as
tho ontranco to tho harbor is guar
anteed. Tho Hawaiian Minister, J.
Mott-Smith, has filed a treaty to
this oireet with tho State Department.
M7 Garnault. Fjiisoigno do Vais
seau. M. Cornillat, Enseigno do Vais
seau. M. Latty, Mecanicien principal
do lro classo.
M. Mahand, Aide Conunissairo.
M. Blanc, Jlodeciu do 2o elasse.
ASPIRANT DC lltE CLASSC.
Landlord's Notice of Solo of Goods
Distrained for Rent.
HAVINd HEltETOKOltE TAKEN
and distrained tho Uoods and Chat
ties of one Kawaihoa, for rent in arrears
of promises at Kakaako, notice is hereby
given that on SATURDAY, the 27th day of
August, IN).', at tho Auction ltooin of Jas.
1 Morgan, Honolulu, will bo s'old for non
payment of rent and costs of distraint and
removal the following articles:
1 Clock, 1 Sowing Machine, '.' Chairs, 1
Lanii), 1 ltounil Table, 1 llox Shells, 1
Saddle and llridle.
M. da SILVA l'AKCOES,
ltv his attorncv A. S. Correa.
Hated Honolulu, Aug. 11, WY2.
By Lewis J. Levey.
MIL do Courtois,
J alien Laforrioro,
. do la Martinioro,
"Think of Me at Homo."
Tho following personal item ap
pears in tho Augusta, Maine, Journal:
Mr. Frank P. Hastings, formerly
of Calais, and for some timo in tho
diplomatic service, will soon bo
crushed by weight of honors and
titles. He was again decorated at
Honolulu on Juno 2.'5d. With the
consent of Her Majesty, the Qnoon
of tho Hawaiian I slands,thu Japan
ese Consul-Gonoral Taigo Masaki,
in behalf of tho Emperor of Japan,
formally conferred upon Mr. Hast
ings tho Order of the Sacred Treasure.
AUCTION SALE OF
Jewelry & Store Fixtures
Hawaiian Lodge No. 31, F. & A. M.
I am instructed by Mrs. K. llaehelor, to
soil at Public Auction, at the store oc
cupied bv J. Hubasli, Mclnomy's
Jlnfiding, Fort Street,
On Saturday Afternoon;
August 13th, at 2 o'clock,
Tho whole of the Stock of Jewelry and
Fixtures, consisting of
Jeweler's Tools and Machinery !
Diamonds, Pearls and Fancy Hings,
bracelets, Ladies' and Cent's Watch
Chains, Collar Jluttons, Sleovo Muttons,
Ladies' and Gent's liioast Pins,
Mourning Jewelry, Silver Ware,
Toilet Sets, Native Jewelry,
Work lieiu'h. Show Cases,
Counters, Etc., Etc., Etc. Also:
One Hall's Double Door Fireproof Safe !
cer- terms OASjn
SPECIAL DISPLAY OF
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY,. WEDGEWOOD,
and Other Fine "Ware.
3STew IRLtgs a-ncl Carpets,
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware, Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
Tumblers, Cut Salads, Etc,
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
Ou.mm.ins' Bloolt, Fort Street.
Hardware, Agricultural Implements
Lewis J. Levey,
To Let or Lease.
TWO XICELV FUU-
ri"HEKE WILL UK A MEETING
X Hawaiian Loilini No. 21, r A- A.
its ball, corner of Kurt and Queen sticets,
THIS (Tluirsday) EVENING, Aug. lltb,
at 7:30 o'clock, for
AVokk in Tin: Fihst Peuiu'.e.
Members of Lodge l.e Progres and all
sojourning liretbrcn aro fraternally invited
to bo present.
Jly order of tbo V. M.
T. E. WALL,
trally located. Iniiuire at
Hui.i.nriN Olllce. 3.r:l-tf
J Cottage at Makiki,
near lleretania street car.
Kent AIO. Aiiiily tins olllce.
Crockery, Glassware, Cutlery
0" PICTUUT3 FIJ A.MING IN ALL. ITS BRANCHES 3
Pacific Hardware Co., Ltd.
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Jtist Received a New Invoice of the
Tako Good Oare of tho Children.
If you havo children you will bo
intorostod in tho oxporionuo of Mr.
John Cook, of Pilot, Vorinillion Co.,
111. Ho s.-ivh: "Two years ago two
of my family, a young man and a
girl, had vory sovoro and dangorous
attacks of bloody llux. Tho doctor
horo was uuablo, aft or a wook's timo,
to chock or roliovo either case. I
throw tho doctor overboard and be
gun using Chamberlain's Colic, Cho
lera and Diarrhoea Remedy. Im
provement was soon vory soon and
my children arose in a fow days
from what I feared would bo thuir
deathbed. It is a grand, good modi
oino." For salo by all dealers. "Ben
son, Smith &'Co., Agents.
A SPECIAL MEETING OFTHEJIOAllI)
of Trustees of the Queen's Hosjiital
will bo bold at tbo room of the Chamber of
Commerce, on Monday, August 'J.2, lhl)2, at
10 o'clock a. m., for tho jmrpoo 01 consid
ering proposed Amendments to Hv-Laws.
Per Order. F. A. SOHAEFElt,
Honolulu, July 122, 1WI2. 17-m
rpHK HEGULAlt QUARTERLY MEET
X ing of tho Union Feed Co., (IA1), will
bo held at the Company's olllce, Queen
street, on MONDAY, the IStli Inst., ut.ll
o'clock a.m. F. It. VI1)A,
l!H-3t Secretary U. F. Co., (L'd).
IB SHOWING A
to let. n aI i 1 1 tn,
TTVUYAL PREMISES, 31
Jt Jlerelania street, on
posite Fort street church
A ,,,.!,. In 1) 1 1 11 1 II,'
32-tf ' At Theo. H. Uavies it Co,
COTTAGES TO LET.
rpWO NEW COTTAGES
X centrally located, con
taining two bedrooms, par
lor, dinluir-room. hath anil
pantry. Rent !5. Eiimtiro at this olllce.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with llathroom, pat
ent W. 0.. etc. Commands
one of the fluent views in Honolulu. Apply
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS.
Saved a Woman's Life.
Air. J, E. Thoroughgood, writing
from Goorgotown, Delaware, says:
"Two toaspoonfuls of Chanjborlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhcun Rem
edy saved tho life of Mrs. Jane
TJionias, of this place." Ho also
statos that several othor vory bad
cases of bowel complaint there have
boon cured by this remedy, tfor
salo by all dealors. Benson, Smith
& Co., Agents.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and (11 Hotel
NICE COTTAGE ON
llcrctauia street, near
Pllkol street, containing
Parlor, i lledrooms. Jlath-
room. DinliiLTOoni. Pantrv and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage House, Stable, etc.
Tramears pass every 'M minutes. Apply at
olllce of this paper. -tfs-tf
HOUSE TO LET.
X new residence! on King
street now occupied by the
undersli'iied. either fnrn-
lslieil oruiiiurniHiieti; contains iiouuio par
lors, illlllug room, inreo iieiirooms una
sewing room ; lirst-chiss kitchen mid pan
try, wardrobes built ini hot and cold water
throughout, stationary washstiinds and
overy modern convenience; stables and car
riage house. Possession given immediately.
lH.tf JOlfN E. JiOWLER.
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses, and Children.
Fast Golor and
Are tlie Best IMIsicLe-
Temple of Fashion
Will Receive by the "Australia"
A LARGE ASSORTMENT OF
month 25c. and
and $1.25 a wook.
by day, week
f0c. a night j
Now so Popular
AND AT PltlCES WHICH YOU WILL
CONSIDER EXCEEDINGLY LOW
VOl SUCH HIGH (UtADE HOODS.
HOUSE TO LET,
GOTTACE NO. 1. NEAK
the Queen's Hospital,
facing on Punchbowl street,
furnished. Parties wishinir
to rent the house can niiichase the Euinl
tare if desired. Tho Furniture will bo sold
at Public Auction if not disponed of by
Aug. 18, IKDJ. Furniture consists of 2 JL
V, J led room Sets, 1 Parlor Set, II pieces j fi
II, AY. Dining Ohnirs, 1 Murbletop Center
Table, 1 Lounge, 1 Dining-room Tallin, 1
Stove and Futures, ltofrigorator, Mosquito
Nets, Parlor Lamps, Oil Paintings, Spring
.Mattrasscsand Carpets, etc., etc. Iniiuiroof
lO-'-lw 1!) Niiuiiuu street,
Fancy Goods !
S. EHRLIOH & OO.
2 HOUSE POAVEIt UPItlOlIT ItAXTElt
Engine and Holler, In good working
order. For particulars or tonus aiuilv to tho
3ST-w- Goods ! -fcsTe-w Goods !
PONCEE DHAPEltlES-POHTIEItES-PINEAPPLE TISSUE-SATTEENS
-WHITE DltESS GOODS IN CHECKS AND STJtlPES.
JAPANESE COltDEI) CUEPE.
Ladies', Childrens', and Infants' Wear
IN GUEAT VAHIETY'AT LOW PltlCES,
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Ba-tliing Suits in. Cotton a,nci Wool
FOlt LADIES, GENTS, AND OHILDKEN,
CAJLiL -A.2ST3D SEE! OUR 2STBW GOODS.
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
B, F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.