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Tenders for tho Purchaao of
waliau Qovormnont Tron.
Ukiwhtmknt or Kinvm v.,
HoNiti.ui.ti, 11. l.,8i-pt. 1, IN)-'. I
Umlur authority of tlm Act approved
August HO, IS!1., tin- Minister of Klnauvo
oIVits nt par Treasury Notrs uf tin1 11a
waliau Oovurnnii-nt for $rtl,(nm, in ihumiui
natiotis of not luss than :pXl or more tliiin
$5,000, imynliU' onr-half In four month
mid tho other half in oli-wii month from
tin- llrst ilnv of Si'iiti'iiilii-r, 1N. Tlii'M'
Kotos will lii'ar tiitiTi'st not om'ihmIIiii; 0
peici-nt per annum, payablo -onii-annually
in U. S. Oohl Coin, mill tiro i-xi-mpt from
Tundurs for tho nhovo will ho rive! veil lit
tlie Tren-mry up to the 'JOtli da of Soptem
hor, IMU, whluh tender hall state tho
amount ilesireil, ami the interest which
will ho m-ruptt-il by the por-on applying
H. A. WIDEMANN,
SKt-lOt Minister of Kinanec.
NOTICE TO MARINERS.
During the iiroeess of Deeiioiiini; tho
Channel ut the entrance to Honolulu har
bor the Dredger will ho in operation night
At night there will be n Danger Signal
placed on tho forward derrick of Dredger,
about 30 feet above sea level, which can bo
ecn by all ves-els approaching the harbor.
The Signal consists
of 3 Ited lights and a
White light-as in :" "M
the diagram the red t
lights being about 3 ' j
feet apart, with the worn:
white light in tho ,
center. JSfc, ,t,:l)
All steamers eros
ing the liar will stop
at a safe distance from the Dredger and
give one blast of their whittle, which will
be answered by a single blast from tho
Dredger, to be followed by three blasts
from the Dredger when the passage is clear
and they can proceed.
The Tug will be on hand when not other
wise engaged to assist sailing craft in pass
ing the Dredger when necessary.
C. N. Sl'DNCKK,
Minister of the Interior.
Interior Olllce, March !), lsii'i.
SALE OF A PIECE
Government Land, on Xuuunu
Street, Honolulu, Oahu.
On WEDNESDAY, September 14, 1'',
at 'l o'clock noon, at tho fiont entrance of
Aliiolitni Hale, uill bo. -olil at public auc
tion, a l'k-co of Government Land, Mtuate
on the M)titlieat sido of Nuuanu Street,
above Second bridge, and below Judil
Street, containing an area of 2S-10D of an
Acic, a little more or less.
Upset price, $500.
C. X. SPF.NCEU,
Slinistor of the Interior.
Interior Olllco, August 10, 1MU.
Holders of Water Privileges, or those
paying Water Itatos, aio hereby notilled
that, owing to tho drouth and the scarcity
of water in tho Uovernment licsei vuii,
tlie Hours for using water for Irriga
tion purposes uro from 7 to 3 o'clock A. M.,
and 5 to li o'clock r. m,, until further notice.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
f!. N. Spknckii,
Minister of tho Interior.
Honolulu, H. I,, Aug. 0, l!)-
Owing to tho drought and scaieily of
water, the residontM maiika of Judil .slicut
are requested to collect what water they
may require for hous-ohold purposes before
8 o'clock A. 31.
JOHN C. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
' Honolulu, Sept. It, lb!Ki. fir-tf
Owing to tho scarcity of water tho Arte
mIuii Well at Waikiki will bo turned 011 for
a few days. JOHN 0. WHITE,
Supt. Honolulu Water Works.
Honolulu, Sept. II, 1SUJ. ,'ilh-tf
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
I'lrilyed to neither Sect nor I'urty,
liut Established for the Benefit of All.
TUESDAY, SEPT. (i, 181)2.
"Wo are nothing if wo aro not
regular and formal, aeeotding to the
best monarchical example."
This morning's Advertiser edi
torial finishes as above. Wha( a con
trast to its regular denunciation of
inonarehy in all its forms. Thoie is
somo hope for tho Advertiser yol.
Tho Advert isor is mooning ot 3r a
now fad those- days. That is, to have
only 0110 Minister for the supervi
sion of all tho depart uionts. J( is a
shamo to havo tho public mind di
verted from practical thing to such
driveling nonsense. Tho theory ro
solves Hsolf simply into 0110 for (he
creation of ti now atdoerat, swaying
more power and bearing more pomp
ill mi a emperor or a president.
Mr. Thurston is astray in stating
t lint tho present deadlock is somo
lliiug now. In 181K) a now Ministry
was not roady to tako tho placo of
tho Thurston Cabinet when it re
signed. Tliero wore oaiH'tisos and
conforotu'os witliout number for sev
eral days boforo a now Cabinet met
A majority of the Legislature have
discovered that they still have eon
lidoneo in (hu Ministers (hey solemn
ly voted (his night week (hoy had
none in. They leave (wo of the
Ministers out or (his rehabilitation
in their dutiful regard, but that is
ptobalily only for the sake of ap
pearances. 1( would bo (oo big a
confession to make for (hem to
tacitly admit that the resolution of
wanl of confidence was only adopted
as a joke.
There are (wo distinct majorities,
appaiently, in the Legislature wink
ing on diU'etuut lines to assist in com
plicating the crisis. Ouo asks the
Queen to send for a leader to make
a Cabinet. The other prescribes a
Cabinet for Her Majesty to appoint
without regard to leaders. The two
bodies could not both bo majorities
without their personnel being identi
cal to some extent. Otherwise one
crowd would bo a minority. Is it
any wonder the situation of dead
lock is protracted?
King Caucus ought not to gel too
autocratic, llo ought not to got too
hasty either. Since the House voted
want of confidence in (he Ministry,
no human mind could divine in what
four men it would have confidence.
Send for the leader! Half tholTouo
consider themselves leaders. Tho
first break of light through the
woods was when (ho members enmo
together and compared notes to see
what and whom the majority wanted.
As they have only just now thus be
gun to lecovor their senses after tho
recoil of (heir effort in dismissing
the Ministry, it is (oo early for (horn
to say sharp and rasping things
about delay a( the Palace.
The Advert i&er displays its known
disaffection toward (ho Queen by
playing on her words in reply (o (ho
police deputation, so as to malvo
them appear unbefitting (ho sover
eign of a constitutionally governed
country. As (ho Advertiser has lately
assumed an attitude of encouraging
the enemies or both (he erown and
the constitution, its interpretations
of the constitution for llor Majesty's
benefit will hao no weight with
sensible people. The Advert isor has
yei to adduce one l'ae(, amidst all its
assertion and all its venom, which
would justify anything but tho re
tention of tho present Marshal.
Make out your specific case, neigh
bor, before meandering off into con
The Advertiser says this morning:
''Regarding that Police petition to
tho Queen, several native policemen
staled last night (hat tlie signatures
were not voluntary. Tho petition
was kepi by Police Captain Robert
Parker in the Station, and each
policeman was requested to sign it
by that official. Tho natives were
aware that if they did not accede to
Parker's wishes out they would go."
Capt. Parker interviewed (ho Adver
tiser reporter this morning, who
stated to him that ho had not hoard
from anv member of tho force that
his signature was not voluntary, but
(hat he had heard it so stated on tho
streets by outside persons. llo
further said that tho statement was
not meant to injure Parker himself.
It Beats tho Parachute.
"Talk about a parachute drop,"
remarked Detective Lonergan of
Thiol's agency. "1 had an experience
in Detroit the other day which com
pletely throws the parachute out of
consideration. I was waiting to meet
a man who was engaged upon a tall
ollico building in process of con
struction. "Several workmen wore testing the
passenger elevators. Tho man who
had the work in charge asked 1110 it
I would like to tako a flying trip
with him. Ho assured 1110 that thorn
was not tho slightest danger. The
air cushion at the bottom of the
shaft would stop our descent so
gradually that there would bo no jar
whatever. I thought if would bu a no
vel experience, and stopped into the
car with him. AVe woro upon (ho
seventh floor. As 1 saw an attendant
clamber up above tho ear with a
sharp knife in his hand 1 began (o
got nervous and asked wha( to bo
"'Oh, he's going to cut (ho ropo
that holds us hero and lot us diop,'
cheerfully answered my companion.
' 'But, say,' 1 cried, 'I don't earn
about taking such a drop as that.
Not by a '
Jl was too late. I felt (he car
quiver, and as it shot downwaid 1
gave an upward' jump, I didn't
touch any part of that car again
until it reached the second floor. 1
wasn't hurt. Hut when J loft tho
car my hair stood up in iiuo pompa
dour fashion. I've 'sworn ofP; i'll
never (ouch another diop like that."
WASH HOUSE BURNED.
Blazo at tho Chinoso liaundry this
An alarm of fire rung out from
the Bell Tower at 2:.') o'clock (his
morning, and enquiries through (he
telephone elicited the information
that it was in (he Chinese Laundry,
owned by the Government, and
located near the Chinese Theatre,
Aala. The fue original ed in the
fourth room from the Deretnuia
slreel side of (he laundry, and (ho
cause is unknown, although some
say that i( was caused by a China
man siiiokimx opium. Several China
men, owners or loom-, were inter
viewed, but all that could begot out
of them was "No sabe, no sabol
Tho (ire department was quickly on
(ho spot, the chemical engine and
China engine being located near
Smith's bridge, Bcretauia street, and
Engine Co. No. l's on King street.
The fire laddies did excellent work
and confined tho blaze to six rooms,
which were completely gutted, very
little of (he clothes being saved. The
wash Chinamen stood around jab
boring and could not be induced to
give a hand. The sky in tho vicinity
of the fire shone like noonday.
Early this morning largo numbers
of people Hocked to (ho washliouso
to ascertain whether their own
clothes were among tho articles
burned, but nothing definite could
bo learned as to which was whose,
and the bosses were nowhere in
sight. Half of tho third room from
the maukti side was burned, but the
boiler and stove were not touched,
and this morning (ho men were
hard at work notwithstanding their
A DEADLY WEAPON.
A Hackman Goes on the Warpath
with a Butcher Knife.
There was a commotion in the
vicinity of the Criterion Saloon yes
terday afternoon about (5 o'clock.
Several of I ho hackmen had been
drinking, and J 00 Cross and John
Kadin got into an altercation. After
some hot words were used Joo Cross
struck John Kadin with a glass.
This was not all, for later Cross
showed an ugly butcher knife and
made an attempt to assault Kadin.
The street was crowded with people
and, the haekniim being present in
full force, further trouble was avert
ed. Kadin caused tho arrest of
Cross on I wo charges, assault and
battery, and assault with a deadly
weapon. Cross was arraigned this
morning anil Dot 11 cases were set lor
hearing on Thursday.
Tho Ladies' Mass Meeting.
A large and thou,l vful audience
gathered in the Y. M. C. A. building
yesterday afternoon to further dis
cuss tho subject of (he lottery. A
memorial expressing tho sentiments
of tho meeting was unanimously
An interesting report was given by
the chairman of the committee ap
pointed to arrange a meeting with
The vote to circulate petitions
among tho schools was re-considered
and in its place a motion was car
ried to appoint a committee of four
to confer with the teachers of tho
schools and urge (hem to present
this subject to their pupils.
Tlie treasurer reported (hat a leaf
lot entitled "Tho Lottery Monster"
had boon piinted in Hawaiian for
gratuitous distribution among the
The meeting adjourned to meet at
the call of (ho chairman.
Oonoral Granardi of tho Guato
innluii army wiw latoly in San Fran
cisco on hi.s way to l'Vanoo to study
Froneli military laotics with a viow
to iuiroduoiiiij; thorn in Guatemala.
Ho will also familiarizo liimsolf willi
(ho latest improved firearms and
ordnaneo. Ah war in (lio principal
industry of tho South Amoriean 10
publies, tho Gonoral's (rip will irol)
ahly put Gua(oinala away up.
.John G. Warwick, who was sorv
ing his first (nrin in (Jonyrossas suo
cossor of Governor Aloltinloy, died
at Washingdm on AuguM 1 1th. JTo
was oleeled Liimtuumit-Guvoriitir of
Ohio in 18H!5 on tho Domocratic
tiekot ayainst a vory popular liinn,
Mr. Warwick was a strong tariir ro
formor and an industrious mombor
of tho House.
Concert nt Makoe Island.
Tho JJoyal Hawaiian Band, under
tho direction of Prof. II. 13orgor, will
yivo a public moonlight concert at
Makoo island this (Tuesday) evening
at 7:!W). Following is (ho program;
March -Count Duller. . .
Overturn Hungarian ,
Selection Nabtioco,, . . .
Tliieo Native Boligi.
Muituflii Kinpt'ior'b Ituyiiiw. .
Walt. Thou ami Thou
Oiiiulrillu Tliu Cricket
, . Verdi
. A ml ran
Picture Frames viutio to order from
Latest Styles of Mtntldiiiy, llenorw
Hon of Old J'ivturex a specialty at Kiny
Bros,, Hotel street.
Martinsville, N.J., Mothrdist Par
sonage. " My acquaintance with
your remedy, Hosrhce's Outturn
Sytup, was made about font Icon
vents ago, when I conducted a Cold
which resulted in a Hoarseness nud
,t Cough which disabled me from
filling my pulpit for n. number of
Sabbaths. After trying a Physician,
without obtaining relief I cannot
ay now what remedy he prescribed
1 saw the advertisement of your
remedy and obtained a bottle. I
received such quick and peiuiaucnt
help from it that whenever we have
had Throat or Hionchinl doubles
since in our family, Hoschec's Ger
man Syrup has been out favorite
remedy and always with favorable
results. 1 have never hesitated to
report my experience of its use to
others wheu 1 have found them
troubled in like manner." Ri!V.
W. H. IlACiOAKTY,
of the Newark, New y gafo
Jersey , M.H. Coul'er-
:nce, Aptil25, '90. nomudy.
G.G. f.UI-liX. Sole Man'ff.Wooillmrv.N.I.
FOR ONE NIGHT ONLY!
Grrand. Pi-o due tion
Sories oi Interesting Incidents in
l)rsuiuitied ami adapted for tho stage bv
1). M. Citowi.r.Y, to be presented in l.nglish
by u company of Native Hawaiian
On SATURDAY R.ENISG, October 15tli,
Will bo liiodiii'cil a Molo-drama in
Two Acts, entitled:
"The "Wooing of Kaala!"
Chief of Kiilmla
. . A Chief of I.anai
Patber of Kaala
.... A Foreigner
A Chief of Oahu
.The Khmer of I.anai
Kriond of Kaala
Daughter of Kahuna
ijiieen of Kainchamoha
Soldiers, Kahili Bearers, Atlonrtauls, Etc.
Scene: Lanai and Oahu; Period 1795.
A Musical Interlude by the Company.
" A Night at the Great Volcauu of Kilanea 1 "
.Showing Ifl Views of Earth's Inferno.
To conclude with a Dramatic Oratorio in
One Act, entitled:
" Kaplolani Defying the Goddess Pele ! "
Characters by the Company.
jy- A n't of 1'ealistic Scenorv has been
specially designed and painful
llurrnni'HT for these reprosoniat
Usual Prices of Admission.
gtp Box Plan will be open at f'voy's
on .Monday, Oct. 10th. at i) o'clock A. m.
FIRE POLICE, ATTENTION !
"UIK UKOUIiAlt MONTHLY MHKT-
THIS Cl'iiesilnvl K.YKVINU. Sent. Jith.
at their Xow Itall, corner Hotel and Kort
streets, nt 7 o'clock shaip. The attendance
of overv member is icqiio-tod.
MKKTINO OF TUU feTOCICHOI.D
ers of the Hawaiian Sugar Co. will
be held N'KXT TUKSDAY, bept. lilth. ut
!l o'clock A. M., at the olllco of (I. W. Mac
farlano .V Co.
W. K. IIOI'I'KIt,
a si'koiai, MKirriNi; ok thk st.
IV. Andiew's Church Association will
bo held in the Cathedral Schoolroom at
7:30 o'clock, 011 MONDAY DVKNIXd,
the 1'Jth iii-it., to consider llosolutious in
condemnation of tho piopo-od bottorj
Scheme. All iiit'inlierrt of tho As.sociatiou
aro reipie.stcd to attend and to bring their
fi lends. filfMit
The Queen's Hospital.
of tho lio.ml of Tillrtteus of thin ('or
poratlou will ho liohl at tho Chamborof
Coiiimeicoim Wi;i)Ni:SI)AY, the 7th day
of Hoptoinber, at tl::i0 o'clock . i, Tho
election of a I'hyMclau and a Hurgeoii will
ho a portion of the hiiidncss of tho meeting,
A fufl attendance is dbxlri'd.
J'ur order. .1011 N 11. DATY,
Hecrotiuy (mi tern.
Honolulu, Sept. .'!, lb!l.'. r, l-2t
A N KNtll.IBH COOKWIBHICSAKITII.
XV. atlon 011 plantation. Adihos.s "ll.
11.," this olllco.
An HUMAN filltl. WIISHHSA SITU
ation to tal.o euro of children, An
ail (iui'i'ii htrcol.
L. KONG PEE,
Kort ttiect, next lo Club Walilcs,
ISf Lately Cutlor and Manager of (ioo
Kim ,V Co, (lumatiteesi (lood Kit nod llea
Minahlu I'jices. 1'ationago Mjliellcd,
18 Till: I.KAIHNO
J.. Dally I'apor of tho Kingdom, Kifly
cents pur 1110111I1
By Jas. F. Morgan,
Household -:- Furniture
Oia Friday, Sept. ,
AT 10 O'CLOCK A. M
At tlie liosidoneo of MliS. PKIM.AIt, No.
11'.' Fort street, corner of Ileretnnia Mieot,
I will sell nt I'llblie Auction. Hie I'.ntiie
llimvehold l'lirnlture, I'oiupiMtiK
1 New Wicker Parlor Set,
Kiisy Chairs it Hookers,
ltliiok II. C Lounge.
Mnrlili'top Center 'ruble,
Drawing Room Portiere,
1 Klt'guul 1'lann Stand Lamp,
Cllnjicr Spring MattniM'.,
2 Fine B. W. Marble-top Bedroom Sets,
It. W. ChoH'onli'io. Mosipiiio Nets
Veranda Chairs, Ferns ,V Plants,
2 Ash Marbletop Bedroom Sets,
Meat Safe, lee Chest, Ituth Tub,
New (laiilon Homj,
1 Parrot Stand, Etc., Etc.
.Jas. F. 3yE0rga.11,
Hawaiian Tramways Co,, L'd.
On and After Monday, Sept. 12tli, the
NUUANU STREET CARS
Will l.KAVi; l'AUOA 0:10 a. m., i::5U.
(lifln, and KVKI1Y 0 MINUTHS
until 10::S( i si.
& These Cars will run through to Pti
nahoii, via Queen and ISerelania streets.
cAcept tho Ul: 10 mid I0::S0 i M., which will
goto I'ahimn. On Saturdsiysthe 10:10 v. m.
will go to l'unahou.
10:1.1 i'. M.
I!:!!! a. v., Cc.Vi, 7:1M,
S) MINUTES until
BERETANIA STREET CARS
Will run through to tho Valley, via Queen
street. Times as at pre-ent.
FORT & AEAKEA STREETS CARS
l.KAVi: l'AUOA (via School, Koit and
jUaKOIl MrceiHi : a. .-m., o;.,.i, v'"1
SundiivM !::!."), U:.'i-r, I'i:"'' i m., 1::,
l::r, r:.Ti, (l:X, (for I'alama 7::!.'i v. M.)
KKOM WHAUK (via Korl and School
snoots) .s:.'! a. m., !)::!, 111::!, ll::i, lli:M
i'. m., 1 :;i, 2::J, r:;5, li::j and ":.'! v. M.
ZX3T- All Kort-stieet
Cars will connect
Cars at Central
fSJ- Detailed Time Tables may bo ob
tained gratis from tho Company, or from
Ilobiou, Newman .t Co., corner King and
rpllK UNDKIi.SKSNI'H) WIIJ, NOT 15D
.L icsponsihlo for any delits cnntiactod
bv his mid Oeo. 0. lios's.
GKO. J. UOSS.
Honolulu, Sept. li, 1h82. rl-:it
NOTICE TO CONTRACTORS.
OKI'AKATD sr.AId;i) l'UOl'O.SAI.S
ij will bo iccoived at the ollice of C. J!.
Itiplcy, Architect, lioom fl SproekoN Block,
until ''2 o'clock v. m., on the 10th day of
September, 1S!I and opened immediately
thereafter, for all tho labor and material
required for the Koundatiou, Mason Work,
Carpenter Work, numbing, Plastering,
Tainting and Klcctric Work, on the Now
Masonic liuildiiig lo be elected at the cor
ner of Alakea anil Hotel stieots, in accord
ance with the drawings iiuil specification
now on file at the A rchiteet'.s olllce, copies
of which may bo had on application, flic
ltuililing Co"uimittce leservo the right to
leject anv or all bills.
c. it. nii'i.r.Y,
Dki.1, Tin., till. -Ten WMi'iitai. Tr.i.. SI.
Gf Ki.siiu.m'i: Ur.1,1, Ti:i I'M. -s'B
CtllAIM.lIS U'.ON'Altl) DK(!S TO IN-
form his friends and the public that
he has opened the Cairiago Stand, corner
of Nuuiiuu and King streets, to bo called tho
"I. X. L. CARRIAGE COMPANY,"
where Special Ihiles will be made for Tou
ilstand I'icnic 1'aitics to all places of in
teiost ; abo Careful Diivor.s provided for La
dies calling or shopping. '1 lie undersigned
holier, by htrict attention to business to
gain custom and favor by all.
XCT Cairiago furnished at all hours, day
or night, al.so llaggago K-M ' r , ,,,,
Olfl-lw C. Id.ONAItl).
TVTOTICB IS HKItKDY
Xl given that tho follow
siig de.-crihed Animal.s will
lw. k.il.l ,i( Pnlilti. Aiti.lt, 111
011 SATUUDAY. Bout. 17. IEZV?
.... ...... ... . ..... .- ..., m-
lh!U, at 1'J o'clock noon, at tliedovernincut
round at Maklki:
1 Sorrol Maro. white foiohead. all feel
while, brand liudeNcribablu on lofl hind
I lllaek Hull Calf, whito streak 011 hack,
all feet white, no hiaud.
l& Ovwioih of (he above Animals nuiht
Mind in thoir claims within lr days, other
wise they will ho Mild on the date above
nameii, t. uaoau,
Honolulu, Sept. ,r, 18!U. f)l l-Ut
CHAS. T. GULICK,
Notary Public for the Island of Oahu.
Agent to take Acknowledgements to La
Agent lo grant Marriage I.Icciim'.s, Hono
Agent for the Hawaiian It-lands of 1'itt
Krott'w Kioight and I'm eel Impress,
Agent for Hie liuiliiigtoit liouto.
l!i:AI, kstatk hhokicu
lli.i.i.:il.S- TKIXrilONi: -Mit 1 ha 1. 111!)
1'. 0. Do.s 115 -
:SX Momhaiit st. - - Honolulu, II, I.
E. J. MORG-AN,
CARPENTER AND BUILDER.
JOBBING PROMPTLY ATTENDED TO.
84 Boretanla St.
Dell Tele. 280
I 101 olll"
1 PACIFIC MM
wjwm rrmi 1 u
ffl. & D. Wrought
gppBWHHMHni rrw.1 1", " y " p f J f
THEO. H. DAVIES & CO.
China, Glass and Furniture
Salesroom on Kaalmniaim St., Ground Floor,
Large Assortment of New
ROYAL WORCESTER, CROWN DERBY:
Fine Show of Glassware, Ivoryware,
Temple of Fashion
CORN 131! OF POUT AND HOTEL. STREETS.
"We JvisL Reosived
IsTe-v- IDress Goods,
IiEicLies' Bedford Caps,
Belts, X-iEitest 3tyle.
Also a Large Line of Traveling Trunks and Valises.
nsre-w Goods ! USTe-w Goods !
I'ONOKU DltAlM-JUIKB-l'tlUTIHnKS I'lNKAl'l'bK TISSUK-BATTKKNB
-WIHTK DI!1K (lOliHS IN CHUCKS AND STKIl'KB.
.IAl'ANi:hK ColtDKl) C'ltKl'M.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN OIIKAT YAltlirfV AT LOW l'ltlCKS.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Ba-tliiiag Suits ixi Cotton and Wool
KoU l.ADIK.s, HUNTS, AND CHIMHtKN.
CALL .ISTID SEE OXJK. NEW GOODS.
Dressmaking under tlie Management of Miss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
E CO., Ltd.
m Hi 1 1 1 u
Steel Ranges !
Goods, ex Benmore.
Bohemian Yases, Wine Glasses,
.IIj J lT 13
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
Wliite loMitain, mm
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