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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, AUG. IB, 1892.
Satuiiday, Aug. 13.
Am lik Albert from San Francisco
llkt W H Diniond from S:m lCrnnuNuo
Sunday, Aug. 11.
Stmr llikalinln from Kniuii
Stmr Claudino from Mnui
Stmr ICihuica Hon for Molokai
Stmr J A CmmniiiH for Kooluu
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr V G Hull for Mnui mid Hawaii ut 10
Stmr C 11 Bishop for Knhuku, Vnianae
Stiiir James Jlakeo for Haiinlei and Hana-
niaiilu at 4 p m
Stmr ilikaluihi for Kuuai
Stmr t'laudine for Jlnui
Selir Moiwahinc for Koholalele
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Claudino "fit bags migai, 113 ldcgs
sundries, 11 bags potatoes, 10 head
cattle, 11 hids.
btmr Mikuhaln 2711 bat's simar, 211 bat's
lieo, 30 bags pia, 8 1
2 bears, "0 pk.s sundr
bdls hides, 2 hon-os.
From San Francisco, per bark Albert,
Aug. 13 F l'eterinan, Miss Siller, Mrs J .1
Armstrong, U C Macdonald and wife, C N
Steen and wife, Oscar Smith, J McCnndler,
J Hurke, Fred J Wilkens, T F Nolan.
From Kauai, per stmr Mikahala, Auk.
11 Hon It F Uickcrton, W L Wilcox, An
tone ltosa, A Horner, J L Kaulukou, J W
Jones, Miss Kila Thrum, Miss 11 Fanning,
(! H llishoi), F 1' Farley, Master 0 Water
house, Miss E AVaterhouM;, T K Urooks,
Miss Auliagen, Mrs C Borehgrevink, Mrs
C 11 Hofgaaid, Mrs 0 Latcke and eliild, U
W Spitz, IC Okotsk, Misos Kawelo (2), 1)
Nahoolowa, H Tonianaga, (i Cliinct.u and 77
From Maui, per stmr Cluudlno. Aug 11
MissAQIado. Geo ltoss, Mrs Sieben, T V
Harris, Lau Ohoug, N Momvar, H Z Aus
tin, Miss Ida Homers, Mrs llrenig nnd ser
vant, H S Tiegloan, G A Frcneli, Miss Nu
halelehua. Mrs A A Hitclicock. MrsTlnirs.
ton, Miss Andrews, H Baldwin. Geo Ed
wards, Br C L Stow, 1, A Hughes, It von
Tempsky, Miss Ijirsen, 1 A Bias, W II
Hulstead, G Asiu and 2 children, J 11 Nui
and 2 children, LAkee, .1 W Kaliia, AW
IJamoii, To Shan You, and 81 deck.
Vessels in Port.
French Warship Bubourdieu, Admiral
l'arravoii, from Tahiti.
USFS San Francisco, Admiral Brown,
from San Biego.
S S Australia, Houdlette, from San Fran
cisco. Am bk Albert, Winding, from San Fran
cisco. Am jfclir Aloha, Johnson, fiom San Fran
cisco. Am sh Topgallant, Jackson, from Depar
Am bk Forest Queen, Dyreborg, from San
Am hkt Wrostior, Bergman, from New
castle, N S W.
Bkt W H Bliiiond, Nelson, from San Fran
cisco. Oor bk 1' Isenborg, Kruso, from San Fran
cisco. Nor sh Morning Light, Johanseii, from
Newcastle, NPS W.
Bk Margarot, Petersen, from Newcastle.
Br bk Kooringa, Young, from Newcastle.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
USB Boston, from San Francisco, due.
II IM S Hioi, Mori, from Japan,
Jt M 8 Mariposa, Huyward, from San Fran
cisco, Aug. 2(1.
H M 8 Monowai, Carey, from tho Colonies,
Br S S Oceanic, from San Francisco, Aug.
Am bk Coylon, from San Francisco, Aug.
Ger bk J C Glade, from Liverpool, Aug.
15-30. i h
Haw bk Helen Brewer, from Glasgow,
Mis likt Morning Star, from Micronesia,
May 23. '
Am bchr Mary Bodge, from Eureka, Supt. 3.
Am sch Glcndule, from Euicka, Aug. 1(1.
Br bk It 1' lUthet, fiom Caidill-, Sept. 1.
Bk Greta, from Newcastle, N S W.
Per bk H Hackfeld, from Liverpool, Oct. 10.
Tho schooner Ka Moi will leave for Hana
peio on Wednesday.
Tho steamer W (1 Hall will leave to-morrow
morning fur windward ports.
The steamer Jumes Makeo will leave for
imrts on Kauai to-morrow afternoon.
The American schooner Aloha will piob
ubly leave on Wednesday for the (.'oust.
The ship Morning Light will take In
aooiit .MA) tons ol stone liallast
lug the contract,
lho tug Ivleu was diigagcd for a good
part of the day in replenishing the dredge's
The American bark Albert, Captain J. C.
M, Winding, arrived Butiinluy evening, II
days from Sun Francisco, with a cargo of
general merchandise. She docked ut the
Q U & h Co!a wharf,
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Wonthor
cloar; wind light oast.
J. Burlto nnd Fiod. J. Wilknos,
slock brokors, arrived by tlio bark
Albert from tho Const on Saturday.
Kiln, n nativo lntoly in tho employ
of Chns. J. Fishol, was committed
to tho Insane Asylum on Saturday.
Thoro will bo n combined eoncorl
at the Hawaiian Hotel to-morrow
evening, by the oynl Hawaiian, tho
U. S. P. S. San Francisco and V. V.
S. Dubourdieu bands.
Two Uinneso olio la hoiuls were
fined .$25 each in tho Volico Court
on Saturday. Several other China
men nro awaiting their turn on the
Police Court calendar.
A salmon peddler at tho fish mar
ket slated on Saturday that salmon
was very scarce, nono having conio
on tho last steamer. The prico has,
in conbcquonco, gone up.
Four Cinnamon wore ordered to
pay their taxes by tho Police Justice
this morning. Tho Johns camo up
with tho ducats readily enough. T.
A. Lloyd is making a systematic
search in tho Oriental quarters for
Admiral Fnrrayon of tho French
ilagship Dubourdieu, attended by
his Aide-do-camp, came on shore at
2 o'clock this afternoon and took
rooms at tho Hawaiian Hotel. Her
Majesty sent tho stato carriago to
tho boat landing for tho Admiral,
who was mot at tho place by Mons.
Vizzavona, acting French Commis
sioner. Tho Steon-Sinilh coinbiiialiou ar
rived on tho bark Albert from San
Francisco on Saturday and will give
thoir first performance on Thursday
evening at tho Opera Iloiiho. The
troupe is composed of two com
panies of first-class artists. They
will give a private exhibition this
evening, whon thoir true worth will
bo noted. Mr. Levey oxtends an in
vitation to any gentleman who ap
plies to him in timo.
A mass meeting was hold at Pa
lace Square on Saturday evening.
Tho speakers were to be lions. C.
W. Ashford, ?. W. Wilcox and Y.
White. Tho object of tho meeting
was to got their views with regard
to securing a now constitution.
After a glance at tho poor assem
blage present Mr. Ashford retired to
a position near tho Opera House,
and after waiting a littlo while
went homo. Mr. "Wilcox wandered
away from tho subject from tho start
and confined his remarks to tho cos
sion of Pearl Harbor under certain
conditions. Mr. White failed to
touch on tho constitution question
and spoke for about an hour on
Pearl Harbor. Ho likened Hawaii
wiin n moiiKoy monivoying with a
oroeodilo. Tho crocodile (United
States) would finally close its jaws
and Hawaii would bo no more. His
remarks kept tho assemblage to tho
last in good humor.
A runaway in tho yard of lho
Catholic Cathedral yesterday morn
ing at tho close of tho services caused
much commotion and narrow es
capes from serious results. Tho
horso of Mr. Rienrd, who lives at
Kalihi, attached to a carriage, was
frightened by a young girl and bolt
od. Tho carriago caught Mr. M.
Melnomy's buggy, in which Miss
Melnorny was seated, and turned
tho buggy upside down. Mr. Meln
omy's horso made a dash and was
dragging tho buggy with Miss Meln
orny under it, whon a Portuguese
grasped tho horso and stopped tho
second runaway. Tho young lady
was fortunately not hurt beyond be
ing badly frighlonod. Mr. Ilionrd's
horso also dashed into the buggy of
Mr. Husto do la Cruz and smashed
it before its career was stopped.
Ilor Majesty entertained tho fol
lowing persons at breakfast at tho
Palace this morning:
Col. and Mrs. Claus Spiookols,
His Excellency Gov. A. S. Cleg
horn, His Excellency and Mrs. Samuel
Hon, Chas. I. Bishop,
Hon. and Mrs. W. F. Allen,
Hon. nnd Mrs. W. G. Irwin,
Hon. and Mrs. S. M. Damon,
Hon. W. 11. Cornwoll,
Hon. Jas. W. Robertson.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Rand was in
attendance, playing a select pro
gram. The Crusaders,
second presentation of tho
on Ii ( ill n "P
Tho Crusaders," by Hawai
ian amateurs at tho Kawaiahao
Church on Saturday evening wns
fairly well attended. Tho singing
was excellent, both solo and chorus
-better than at tho initial perform
ance. The solos by Miss Nolto were
beautifully sung. Mrs. Keohokalolo
was in good voice and sting well.
Mr. S. Kapua had evidently im
proved and sang clearly.
Monday, Aug. 15, 1892.
Assembly convened at 10 a. m.
Prayer by Chaplain. Minutes of
previous meeting were road by Clerk
McCarthy and Interpreter Wilcox
and, as usual, approved.
Tho following petitions were pie
sented nnd referred:
By Hep. Akina from .'51(5 residents
of Wnimea, Kauai, that a new con
stitution bo granted. To Constitu
By Noble Cornwoll that tho sum
of .fTilXX) bo appropriated for tho pur
pose of bringing water from the
Government spring in Kula, Maui,
to benefit residents near Waiohinu.
Referred to a select committee con
sisting of Nobles Cornwoll, Baldwin,
Peterson, and Reps. Kanealii and
R. W. Wilcox. .
By Noble Baldwin from lesidonts
of Makawao that .?(500 bo appropri
ated to pa' for tho land owned by
different parties through which a
now road lately constructed by tho
Government passes, running be
tween Makawao and Kula, Maui.
Rep. Kaniauoha from Kohala that
a now constitution bo granted. To
Constitutional Commit tee.
Ry Rep. Edmonds, from residents
of Wailuku, Maui, thai a now Gov
ernment physician bo appointed for
that district. To Sanitary Com
mittee. Rep. losepa, from residents of
liana, Unit a Goierninent school
house be built in that district. To
committee on Education.
Also by tho same member, from an
individual named Kamnka Pamai
aulu of Kipahulu, Maui, asking that
the sum of $200 bo paid him for rent
of a house belonging to him and
which had been used as a court
house. Referred to tho Judiciary
By Noble Ena, from J. R. fiobeit
son, that (1) compensation lie given
him for permanent repairs to tho
Government rolling stock on the
Beietania street railway; (2) that
compensation bo paid him for con
structing an addition to tho Govern
ment bridge at Waianao, Oahu.
By Rep. Waipuilani, from resi
dents of Kona, that a schoolhouso bo
built at Hookena. To commit too on
Rop. Ashford presented a minority
report from tho combined Labor and
Judiciary Committee on Bill 07 re
lating to tho registration of male
residents, signed by himself and to
tho effect that ho had examined said
Bill and "find that its scopo and pur
pose aro not such as I can recom
mend, and at war with tho enlight
ened sentiments of modern civiliza
tion and western governments."
After several motions, counter
motions and amendments touching
tit various times upon tho real merits
of tho Bill a motion to lay on the
table until after tho Constitutional
amendments had been disposed of
Noblo Mnrsdon ofTorcd tho follow
ing resolution: "Be it resolved that
a select committee bo appointed
whoso duty shall bo to inquire into
the reasons why so largo a percent
age of tho deaths reported by the
Board of Health aro from "cause
unknown," and to report to this
House a law or an amendment to
any existing law which shall provide
that no interment ,shall tako place
without the cause of death being
In support of lho measure ho said
that ho was constrained to ptcsout
tho resolution, not so much by tho
article which appeared in tho Bin
i.i:tin on Saturday last, but, on ac
count of lining present when tho
writer was receiving his information.
A great man' people die without
tho actual causes being known and
the earth shrouds tho cause in
deeper secrecy. It was every man's
right to dio without having a physi
cian if ho felt so inclined, but ho
considered that the Government had
no right to grant a burial certificate
until it was found Unit tho death
was natural or uunatura.l. Ho had
received information that some of
tho deaths under tho head of "cause
unknown" had been foully dealt
wiin. n tiie resolution passes a
physician of high standing in lho
community stood ready to givo in
formation that would open tho eyes
of tho unthinking in the community.
Rep. Nnwahi said that, tho lesult
of tho carrying of this resolution
would bo that thoiu would lie a call
for nioio money. If tho physician
had obtained a knowledge of lhe.se
things why had ho not mado com
plaint to tho Board of Health.
Noblo Marndon said that com
plaint had been mado to- an ollicial
but it is for tho purpose of compell
ing ollicial action that Litis resolu
tion is intended, Resides this was
introduced in tho inteiests of the
wliolu peoiilo and hu ho port that
Rons Smith nnil Alid.i -,1 khhI:ii
JtoiLS. rtinilll mid Anlilu'.ll spol.o
favor ol tho lobulation.
Rep. Robert Wilcox considered
that tho resolution was a proper one
and that thoro had boon enough de
bate thereon and so moved the pre
Tho resolution was approved and
referred to a special committee con
sisting or Nobles Mnrsdon and Wal
bridge, Reps. Ashford, Kaluna ami
Noblo Neumann offered a resolu
tion that the fuilher consideration
of the Appropriation Bill be held by
tho Legislature instead of tho Com
mittee of tho Whole. Ho united the
adoption of the lesolulion.
Hep. Ash foul moved that theieso
lution bo tabled until after the Con
stitutional amendments were dis
posed of. (Laughter).
Motion to hry on table was put
Rop. Waipuilani moved tho aye
and noes on motion to adopt.
On vote being taken thoicolutiou
was adopted, 2(5 to 21 as follows:
Ayes Nobles Merger, Eun, Mae
farlano, Peterson, Cummins, Wil
liams, Neumann, Knuhanc, J. M.
Homer, Hind, Mnrsdon, Young,
Baldwin, W. Y. Homer, Walbridgo,
Anderson, Thurston, G. N. Wilcox,
Kanoa, Dreior; Reps. Wilder, A.
Horner, Edmonds, Kaluna, Smith,
A. S. Wilcox 2lS.
Nays Ministers Widemann and
Spencer; Nobles Pita and Hoapili;
Reps. Bipikane, Ashford, Aki, Ptia,
U. W. Wilcox, Bush, Nnwahi, Kau
nnmnuo, Kaniauoha, Waipuilani
(because contrary to Hules i)2 and
i.'S), Kapahu, Naliinu, White, Kane
alii, losopa, Akina, Kauhi 21.
Absent Minister Parker, Noble
Cornwoll, Rep. Koahou.
A motion to reconsider was made
Rep. R. W. Wilcox offered a reso
lution that an item of ?12,(KX) bo ap
propriated to dofnry lho expenses of
II. R. 11. Princess Kaiulani in a tour
of the continent tho coming year.
Referred to the Committee on Ways
At 12 recess was taken until 1:!J0
Pacific Hardware Co.
White Mountain IcoCioain Freez
ers. From one quart to 12 quaits.
Tho larger sizes with lly wheel.
All attempts to supersede this
pattern have failed.
Call and get a Whitman Patent
Riding Bit, nickel plated. -
Pacific Haudwaki: Co., Ld.
-HIK BUSIXKSS OF TUB I.ATK V. A.
Iteuo of Kolo.i, lvauai, will be earned
on as heretofore by his -on, M. A. Uegn, ill
bis own name. M. A. BlKiO.
Koloa, Kauai, Aug. 1, lb'.l.'. Ih'.WH
HKUKIIY (UVKX THAT
L the linderiigiicd,
Chock Lock, has
tinniferred his share in the busiiie-s of
Hop Hong Co., tailors, No. Ill Niiiuinu
-neet. to (!. Wall Sin, and that the under
signed has no further responsibility for or
on account of the said I'll in.
Honolulu, Aug. 8, ls(L'. I!11-Uv
rpiIK UXI)i:USIONi:i), HAVIN'OIIKKN
J duly appointed Administrator of the
lNtale of 1. A. Itcgoof Kolo.i, Kauai, de
ceased, beiebv untitles all persons indebted
to the said "Kstatu that the) must make
immediate payment to him; ami all per
sons claiming against the said K. A. ltego,
deceased, must pie-ent their claims to liiui
at Koloa, lvauai, within sixydays or they
will bo forever buried.
M. A. UKfiO.
Koloa, Kauai, Aug. 1. IS!)-'. Is'.J-.U
M-win iJ.sTnit8K!Ni:i), assioxkhok
J. the K-lntu of Dr. Iticlmrd Oliver,
llankrupt. of Honolulu, Oahu, hereby
notllies tlio creditors of said llankrupt,
that ho has submitted his accounts iih such
Assignee and tiled the same before Hon.
8. 11. Dole, Associate .lust leu of the Sup
reme Court, at his Chambers, to whom lie
will al 10 o'clock m. onTHUltSDAY,
the 1Mb of August, lb!).', apply for a set
tlement of said aiiouut, foi a discharge
from all liability as such Assignee, and for
mi older to uiiiku a final dividend; anil that
any hi'siiii may then and there appear and
contest the -lime.
CHAS. T. (II'LICK.
Assignee Kxtato of Dr. It. Oliver.
Honolulu, Aug. 10, Ib'.U. l!H-"t
Lost, Strnyod or Stolon.
iniil verv fat.
stands about llA hands
lil.il. 4 1 ... i.r..i...rl V f if .
.Mr. V. V. ilacfitrlane. f -&
The animal has been missing ten da.vn. A
suitable reward will bo given on iitiiriilng
samo to the Union I'eid Co., Queen stuet.
ITMCOM WAIK1KI, A
V Small lllael; ami Tan
Toy Tei rier Dog, with ow ner's
n.imo on lollar. A inward
will bo paid for his return to
i:. W. HOl.DSWOHTH.
Al Then. II. D.ivios iV Co.'s olllee.
Honolulu, Aug. Id, Inl)-'. 1'i.i-tf
C. B, RIPLEY,
( 'nmttli'tn nl, mt illlil MikiM'llwiititilts fill
it overy ilcMinpllon of building. Contracts
lll.l II II .11111 l III. 1(11 "HI" I lllll Hill II .1 .l . .ll-
struciioii given when required. Call and
in oAiuniuo plans, New designs. Modern
111 imn.na.'oni,.,,, UooinD.Hprcel.eU' lllock.
Mutual Tel. a.
OUR STOCK OF
. Horlick's Food,
AM. OK WHICH AUK FUKSH. KVKUY
At Popular Prices!
Hotoon, Newman & Co.
COUNT. II VOUT ANM) KIN'd STUKKT.s.
BY viiluu of iv Wril of Kxecutioji
issued out of the Police Court, on
tho 15th day of J til v , A. 1). 1S92,
against Sun lling, defend. mt, in fuvoi
of 1' Pock, plaintiil, for the Mini of
1121.01 I 1i.im levied upon anil .-hall
expose for sale at tho Police Million,
in the Diatiictof Honolulu, I.-laud of
Ouliii, at 12 o'clock of TUESDAY,
the Kilh day of AiiLiutd, A. . 18U2,
to the highest bidder, all the lijdil,
title and interest of the said Sun
llinp;, defendant, in and to the follow
ing piopuity, unless said judgment,
inteirst, cost .md my expensos be pre
viously paid. .--List
of piopuity for falc:
2 Show Cases with Contents,
2 lCmpty Demijohns,
Lot of Charcoal,
Lot of lry Goods, Gioceiics, Tin
Glass and Crockery Wares,
1 Glass Globe, (I! gold lisli).
(Signed) C. i. WILSON,
Honolulu, July IS, 1802.
I'M :it-:io it.
Hartford Firo Insurance Co.,
London & Lancashire Fire Ins. Co.,
Thames and Morsoy Marine Ins. Co.,
New York Life Ins. Co.,
C. 0. BERGER
Genoral Agent for Hawaiian Islands.
CASTLE & COOKE,
Life, Fire and Marine
-- AUKXT.S FOU--
Now England Mutual Life Insurance Co,,
Mna Firo Insurance Co.,
Union Insurance Co.,
i OV SAN KUANOIbCU, CAL,
A Mil YOU
HAWAIIAN HARDWARE CO.,
Fort Street, Honolulu, : : i : Oppo. Spreckols' Bank.
Are Your Glasses
WE CAN GIVE YOU A PROPER
In .A-ixy Style of
Eye Glasses or Spectacles
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
Fort Street, - - - Konolviru., H. I.
CMItai's Hats -
104 Ifor-t Street, Honolvil-u..
OIIII.DUKX'S LACK HATS,
CHII.DUHX'K MUl.I, IIATb,
OHIDDKKN'S SII.K HATS,
OHII.DIiKN'S MIISI.IX HATS,
CHII.DUHN'.S STItAW HATS,
chii,di:i:n'S i.r.oiioux hats,
wants' i.aci: uoxNirrs,
WANTS' CIlll'TON ltoNNr.TS,
WANTS' Ml'Sl.lN HONNKTS,
INKANTh' SII.K llONNr.l'S.
SUN BONNETS IN WHITE,
FINE CANDIES !
HART & CO.,
Elite Ice Cream Parlors,
Wish toiiiformtlio I'ublicof Hono
lulu and all residents of the other
Islands that they have seemed the
cervices of .Mr. Charles l.udwigsen,
an e.vpcrt Candy Maker of long o
perience, and who is p.irtieulaily
familiar with the tastes of nil lovers
Having reientiy made great im
provements mid added new machin
ery loourexteiislve Candy Kaetory,
we are now better able than ever
before to supply Hie public witli
High (trade Confections of Unsur
passed (Jimlity and Strictly I'uro
and Wholesome Material. Our
motto will always be
"JiOT HOW CllliU', lll'T now noon"
can we make the Candles.
Yours, anxious lo please.
HAUT ,t CO.
Kl.lTI. I UK ClIKVM 1'AIII.OIM
ami Oamiv Kautoiu.
ELECTION of OFFICERS.
AT THi: ANNUAL M KIH'I NO OK Til U
Htoel.lioldeis of the lloiioiuu Sugar
Company held this day, the following
Olllcers were elected for the ensuing je.iri
l'residenl , . Tom Mil),
Ticiisurer . .(ho, H. Hubcrts-oii,
rJecretary . A. C. Loekhi,
Audltoi . . V. Wundciiberg,
( J, O. Carter
Dircctois .. i A
A. C. LOVUKIN,
feeeietarv Uoiunuu (sugar Co.
Honolulu, Aug. in, KH. I'H-Ini
Fur Moulilintjx, Fruuic, ' In, A rlo
lijpfn, I'lioloymvurf, Iitchlny, unit
crrryUiiuy in the Hue of Picture, yo fo
Kiwj llrutt,, Hotel street.
keep a horse? If so you want n Dandy
Brtedi, nnd you want one strong enough to
latt something that will not go to pieces
In a week. England it famous for good
hrulies nnd good mutton. Tho brushes
we oiler you this week nre from England.
We have lie mutton.
I'Ontt'iiipluliiig any change In tho arrange
fileiUof yourilmwlitg'rooin, your boudoir
tir your kitchen? Wo can aI?t junto a
etii(lonthU'0ti'iit in tlio 'election of your
Lumps, Sloven, Fl.xturoi ami Crockery.
Hike flvo inlliutc "of your Hum nnd ca
infiip some of tho good .we oiler you -will
youcoiupiiiP our prices with lliii'-e oliargcd
by oilier ikiilura? It will ueiiflU ymr; o
It will Us. Wu niitku discount for cah too.
forgotten about tho'o Metal Handled Shoe
P.uibereuuit llriudifi that you called for
:i few week ago. Wo merely remind you
that wu have them now. They aro good.
A MISFIT ?
ron xi) at
CREAM, LIGHT BLUE, PINK.
For SAN FRANCISCO.
Till: A I HTT.AM.SHI1'
WILL LK.VYi: HONOLULU
ton TIIK MIOVi: I'OItT ON
Wednesday, August 17th,
The uiidersigned are now prepared to
Issue Through Tickets from this city to all
points in tint United States.
l''or further particulars regarding freight
or l'assage apply to
Wm. G. Irwin &
For S. S. Australia.
At the Beayer Saloon,
H. J. Nolto, Proprietor.
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