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THURSDAY, SEPT. 22, 1892.
IM: .A. R. I ISTE 3STE-WG.
Wednesday", 8ept. 21.
B S Alamoda, Morse, from tho Colonics
' . , , Departures.
TuttninAY, Scut. 22.
Oor lik 1' Iflcnborg, Krusc, for Ban Fran-
B 8 Alamoda, More, for Ban FraneK-o
Vossols Leaving To-morrow.
Bohr Liliollho, Horry, for Lyian Island nl
1 p til
For Sun franekco, per lik Paul Iscnbcrg,
Sept 22-0 Hilling.
From tlio Colonics, per 8 S Alameda.
Sopt 21 Mrs Howctt, J Johnston, 11(1
Kenton, with 33 cabin and 00 Htecrago for
For San Francisco, nor 8 S Alamctlri,
Sent 22 W A Zeltnerand wife, C I, Wight,
J Wallace, W W Haldwln, H 1) Roberta,
Mrs W W Wright, A Moore, M Volantl
and child, Mrs OF Day, Miss Stevenson, J
L Duncan, H 0 Itonton, Masters 15 and A
Knndson, Miss May Logan, Mrs Mott
Smith and 2 daughters, J Navis, S Pat
uauft, A Jose, wife and 4 children.
Tho schooner Lihollho will leave to-nior-row
afternoon at 4 o'clock for Lvsan Isl
nnd. The American tive-masted schooner Gov
ernor Ames, ld'U tons, has beon chartered
to load with edal at Newcastle, N S W, for
The Clcunan bark Paul Isenberg is ex
pected to sail for San Francisco thisuftei
noon with tho following cargo of domestic
articles .valued at $41,281.73: 10,438 bags
sugar, shipped bv H. JUaokfoId fc Co; and
0012 bogs do. by M. H. (Irinbiuinl As Co.-
The 8. S. Alameda left at 2:30 o'clock
this afternoon with the following domestic
oport: 200 bags rice, Wo Sing it Co; 200
lulls" green hides and 7 bdls sheepskins, F.
F. Porter; 419 bunches bananas, L. J.
Lovoy; 71 do. Cha. T. Gulielc; 272 do. G.
Lyenrgus; Tbido. Campbell) Mursh-ill t
Co; 211 do. J. Shaw; ami 1 box turo, T. II.
Davics it Co., and 1101 pkgs mdsc in tran
sit. Domestic value, if 1,000.00.
McGuiro Becomes the Prosecutor of
Schwabach for False Arrest and
James W. L. McGuire has filed a
juifc claiming $5000 damages from
Ernst Schwabach for false arrest,
aiid another $5000 for false search of
his houso. Tho complaint alleges
that Schwabach, a foreigner and
resident of Aubtro-Hungary,'falsoljT,
maliciously, etc., caused McGuiro's
arrest and imprisonment until ho
found bail of $250, on a charge of
stealing a green purso containing
$150 from Schwabach. It alleges in
a second count that schwabach
caused an unlawful feearch of com
plainant's promises for the alleged
stolon monoj', saying that polico
officers, "in tho company and under
tho direction of defendant, did
search and ransack tho houso and
promises of this plaintiff, and did
thereby greatly terrorise and humili
ate this plaintiff and the members of
his family there present, by reason
whereof this plaintiff suffered greatly
in his right of domicile, feelings and
The plaintiff represents that de
fendant is about to leave tho king
dom by the steamer Alamoda, aud to
remain away from this kingdom per
manently. Wherefore ho prays that
a writ of ne exeat regno, or other res
traint writ, may issue against tho said
defendant forbidding and prevent
ing him from quitting the kingdom
until tho further order of tho honor
able Court or until he shall have en
tered into security with sufficient
sureties to abido the result of this
suit, and to pay such judgment as
shall bo rondorod against him.
Chief JusticoJudd, on tho sworn
complaint, issued a summons to
Schwabach, commanding him to ap
pear 'boforo tho Supremo Court at
tho January term. A warrant of ar
rest was also sworn out by McGuire,
but it was not served. 'It was said
at tho Clerk's office of tho Supreme
Court that F. M. Hatch, attorney
for defendant, had arranged with C.
W. Ashford, for tho plaintiff, about
security,' so that Schwabach could
depart on tho Alameda. Ho did not
loavo by that steamer, however.
Interest in the Eight.
Tho O. S. S. Co.'s wharf was crowd
ed last night on tho arrival of tho
S. S, Alameda With tho sporting
fratornity.of. Honolulu, oagoj to hoar
thorFo"sult"-of tho Sullivan-Corbett
fight. As tho Alameda was coming
alongside tho dock, Captain Morso
sang out,'"Who won tho fight!" One
of tho bloods on shore answered,
"Corboti, 11 rounds." Captain Morso
then said, "Ono thousand dollars
that ho didn't." And tho crowd
""roared with laughter. " It was thou
known that tho Alameda did not
bring tho news. Somo of tho passon
gors wore intorrpgatod by a Bulletin
reporter, whon tho information was
elicited that pugilistic news was not
allowed through tho telegraph at
Auckland, and that it was a mission
ary country. Tho Alamoda loft
Auckland at 2:10 p. m. on Sept. 10,
three days after tho fight,
Further fighting has occurred bo
Iwoun tho troops of tho Ameer of
Afghanistan aud tho Hazara natives.
'The'coMict took place at Kamsin,
and tho roliels wore ooniplotoly
routod, their losses numbering about
40 killed and wounded.
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS,
The railway bill was referred to
tho Judiciary Committee this after
noon. Mr. Ashford presented a report of
Opium Comniittoo No. 1 this after
noon. H. B. M. S. Curacoaloft Suva to
declare a British protectorate ovor
tho Ellico islands.
Tho mail by tho S. S. Alameda to
day for tho Coast consisted of 2535
letters and 1079 papois.
A water color painting of tho Hilo
Hotel is on exhibition in tho Pacific
Hardwaro Co.'s window.
G. E. Smithies and Miss Bocky
Maili Nowloin will bo married at St.
Andrew's Priory' this evening.
H. B. M. S. Champion has arrived
at tho Horvoy group from Honolulu
and was expected at Itarolonga.
Tho inspectors of tho fourth dis
trict, first and second precincts, will
meet this evening in China engine
Tho How do 3'ou Like It and No.
1 Volunteer teams are hard at prac
tice for tho baseball match on Sa
turday. Two Colonial printers visited the
Bulletin Office this morning and
were much surprised with tho elec
Tho S. S. Alamoda had thirty boxes
of coin containing $150,000 for San
Francisco. Oh, why couldn't sho
havo dropped somo of it hero?
Henry Roborts, Superintendent
Engineer of tho palm Railway &
Land Co., loft on the S. S. Alameda
this afternoon for tho Coast for
Two fighting bull dogs went
through on tho S. S. Alameda to-day
to moot tho Yankoo dogs in tho pit.
Thoy are said not to havo lost ono
The S. S. Alamoda loft at 2:30
o'clock this afternoon for San Fran
cisco. Tho band was in attendance
and gave hor a send-off with its ex
The Emerson and Wood's Ala
bama Minstrels are performing with
groat success in Sydnoj'. Billy
Emerson's many frionds will bo
pleased to hear of this.
A Chinaman named Amana was
sentenced to thirty daj's' impiison
ment at hard labor in tho Police
Court this morning for keeping a
boarding without a liconso.
Mr. J. F. Colburn entertained a
numbor of his friends at a luau and
hula at Palama, near the rice mill,
last night. It was a grand affair,
gotten up in tho old native custom.
Pacific Degree Lodgo, Daughters
of Robekah, will give a social and
musical entertainment on October
6th, in Harmony hall. Dancing will
be among tho features. Tickets aro
available from members for fifty
A mooting of the merchants of
Honolulu was hold this morning for
tho purpose of considering Bill 1C9
now before tho Legislature, relating
to firo insurance. Tho mooting de
cided to appoint a committoo to re
port what was best to do with re
gard to tho bill at a mooting to bo
Tho mails by tho Mariposa on hor
last down trip wore fumigated at
Auckland. After being thoroughly
inspected and found to havo had no
sickness throughout tho voyago, tho
stoamor was allowed to berth at tho
wharf. Tho Mariposa made tho
passago from San Francisco to Auck
land in 18 days 22 hours.
The European lodging houso on
Kukui street is to rent.
A' second-hand billiard tablo and
a second-hand piano are wanted.
Jas. F. Morgan will sell shoes, dry
goods and furniture to-morrow at
John Ena offers for snlo those
desirable promises lately occupied
by E. Suhr;
Disinfecting drugs aro offered by
Benson. Smith & Co, against danger
of cholera. Forewarned is fore
armed. Tho Hilo Sugar Co. lias eloctod
tho following officers: W. G. Irwin,
President; J. D. Sprockols, Vice-President;
W. M. Giffard, Socrotary and
Treasurer; H. M. Whitney, Jr.,
S. S. Alameda,
S. S. Alamoda, homeward, dis
charged Sydney pilot, Sopt. 5th, 11
p. in.; stopped for Auckland pilot,
10th, 0:34 a. in., discharged pilot,
10th, 2:40 p. m.; stopped for Apia
pilot, 14th, 12:20 p, m,, discharged
Apia pilot, 14th, 4:50 p, in,; stopped
for Honolulu pilot, 21st, 9:30 p. in.
From Sydney, 1(5 days, 20 hours and
7 uiin.; Auckland, 12 days, 5 hours
and 1 min,; Apia, 7 days, 8 hours
and 30 min.; 9th, off tho Bay of
Islands, N. Z., 1:80 p. m. stopped to
communicate with S, S. Mariposa
(special mail to Sir Geo, Dibbs).
J. Ballanco, premier of Now Zea
land, is prostrated with illness,
TnunsDAY, Sopt. 22, 1892.
Assombly convened nt 10 o'clock.
Prajor by Chaplain Wniamau. Min
utes of previous mooting wore road
No reports of standing or select
committees and tho Order of tho
Day was, at 10:12, proceeded with.
Tho special Ordor of tho Day was
Bill 187, to authorize railroad cor
porations to moiigago thoir pro
perty and franchise to secure their
bonds. Report of special coniinitteo
was road and on motion tho bill was
considered section by section.
Rep. Kainauoha desired to know
if tho Oahu Railway & Lund Co. was
not. allowed, under its present fran
chise of fifty years, to mortgago its
Minister Nouinaun said that tho
company could only mortgago to
local pooplo. Their charter does
not prohibit tho company to borrow
monoy, but tho law does not allow
said company to nlionate its pro
portjv Rop. Kamauohn moved an amend
ment that tho first section bo made
to apply to tho Oahu Railway Co.
and not to. any railroad corporation.
Minister Neumann was satisfied
with tho proposed amendment.
Mr. Hatch, tho attorney for tho cor
poration, had handed him the bill
and ho judged that it was all right.
Hop. White was vory much op
posed to tho bill boing rushed
tluough in tho manner dpsirod. A
suspicious circumstance was that it
was presented to tho Cabinet by Mr.
Hatch. Ho favored reference to a
now committee and if such was not
had ho would talk as long as ho
could against it. Two monibors of
tho Cabinet had beon asked regard
ing tho matter and ono had said that
ho know nothing about it. Ho had
hoped to bo able to support it as a
Government measure, but tho man
ner in which it was boing pushed
suggested foul play. Everything
had boon done rapidly and vory pro
bably tho ropoit of tho committoo
had been piepaicd at tho samo time
as tho bill.
Minister Neumann stated that ho
had mado out the repot t himself
after meeting with tho committoo.
Rolatho to I ho hasto ho would say
that he only desiicd action taken
which would allow news thereof to
go forward by this steamer.
Rep. Whito still fa voted reference
to another committeo. It had beon
noticed, presented, printed, load and
referred to a committee, and tho re
port of tho committee had beon read
all in ono day, and probably now tho
engrossed copj' was in the pocket of
Mr. Testa or somo ono else already
Rop. Ashford favored tho amend
ment mado by Rop. Kainauoha. Ho
had beon canvassed relative to his
support by tho attornoy of tho cor
poration, but did not suppose the
bill would bo presented in tho shape
it is. Tho first section was too gen
eral. If this was for tho Oahu Rail
way Co., lot thorn havo it in thoir
own name. Soction 2 asking that
tho Government ratify all mortgages
mado horotoforo was demanding
more than ho could agroo to. Tho
list of mortgages should bo examined
by a committeo. Ho agreed with
Rop. Whito that tho matter looked
as if it was being rushed through.
Rop. Nawahi favored reforenco to
a now special committeo for tho
reason that tho company had now
under its control valuable Govern
ment proporty, all of which thoy
had obtained from a former Minister
of tho Crown for $1 por yoar. Ho
believed that a resolution had
boon introduced last session to can
col that lease, but so far nothing had
beon done to do so; it had been con
sidered an illegal transaction. If
this was mortgaged by tho railroad
company, then the proporty would
pass into tho hands of foreign
capitalists. Tho Cabinet should be
vory careful how thoy attempted to
navigato tho ship of state or thoy
may strike a roof, and thou would
como a cliaugo of commanders.
Rop, Kauhi did not think any thiug
could bo accomplished by reference
to a now coniinitteo.
Rop. Kauunmauo said that the
Hawaiian members were not opposed
to the principle of tho bill but tho
stylo of it. It was dangerous; if tho
Oahu Railway Co. could not pay
thoir debt, then tho Hawaiian Gov
ornmont would have to pay. It
looked like a first step in tho attempt
to bankrupt tho Government. If a
foreign company got a foothold thoy
would bo arbitrary and ovacting and
cause much trouble.
At 11:55 recess was had until 1:80
Mr, Lander's Recommendation,
JIr. J, A, Lamlur, a prominent
oitizon of Clurkbhiiru, Mo., and
widoly known in that Statu, bnyu of
Chamburlain'b Colic, (Jliolora and
Dinrrluua JJoinody: l'I havo neon its
good robtdtH and can rceommund
it." For salo by all dualors. Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agonta,
WATER RIGHTS AGAIN.
A Ohinaman Assaulted, Not With a
Pistol or a Stone, but With Dukos.
Thoro wns porno trouble ovor water
rights on Friday morning, this time
at Kalihi, in which a Chinaman was
assailed by a native. Tho trouble
aroso ovor tho diversion of water.
Mrs. Nakuina controls two-thirds of
tho wntor and a native owned tho
other third. On tho morning men
tioned tho nativo claimed that tho
Chinaninn, a servant of Mrs. Naku
ma's, had diverted tho water and ho
wont and remonstrated with him.
Ho admitted ho pushed him. Tho
Chinaman denied trespassing on tho
water rights of tho oilier, and said
ho was assaulted by tho nativo, show
ing a faco and clothes eo ered with
enrmino, Mrs. Nakuina had tho na
tive arrested for assault on tho
Chinaman and ho was tried in tho
Polico Court this nioining. After
tho evidence was taken, W. C.
Achi, counsel for defendant, rose
and in tho coilrseof his argument
staieu mat it was customary with
Chinoso to scratch theinsohes and
rub blood all oer their faco as if
the' wore badly hint. J. L. Kaulti
kott, for tho prosecution, was very
sorry that tho counsel should run
down his own race, a thing ho would
never bo guilty of. Ho asked for a
conviction. Judge Foster, in sen
tencing defendant, said it was a
small case, but that ho was guiltj
nevertheless, and he would lino him
$12 and $3.50 costs. W. C. Achi
noted an appeal.
Ohiof Justice Judd gave a hearing
to tho accounts of H. A. Wide
liKtim, administrator of tho estate of
tho lato D. MeBrydo, at Chambers
yesterday. Tho accounts wore con
tested l)3f L. A. Thursfon on behalf
of tho widow, liy ordor of tho
Court Mr. Widemanu rendered an
amended account, which Mr. Thurs
ton still disputed. Tho caso was
heard and taken under eonsidorat ion.
.A. F.3ST.OEA. FOR.
Lame Joints and
Cold on the Lungs.
A Remedy Endorsed by the Medical Profession
Mr. .1. Ij. Goodman, of Amator, Cil.,
sajs: "I have had repeated opportunity
of observing and testing the relieving and
healing (piality of Vita Oil lien applied
to painful, sore and inflamed parts, also in
lame ioints. Hiirains and bruises. I am
confident that to the extent its tmfo, active
and powciful healing merits aru tricd.it
will be considered tho indispensable family
&- l''or tho asking von will rcciiveja
l.W Testimonial Letter. Head on'j nnW do
your own thinking.
Hobron, Newman & Co.
COltXini KOItT AND KINO bTKimTS.
To Let or Ijoaso.
POP. SALE or LEASE
X 1'roininen latolv occu
pied by Mr. F.. Hulir, will
bo for wilo or lease at rea
sonable piieu or rental. The (Irounds con
tain a variety of Fruit and Ornamental
TreoH, Thu Commodious Dwelling in well
fiiniiHliul with modern improvement and
conveniences. Itoomy Ilurn and a iMloom
Cottage for ncrvuntrf. For further particu
lars, apply to JOHN UNA,
Olllco Inler-lHland Steam Navigation
street is to runt. It is Fur
nlshed and In good condl
tlon. Apply on tho premises
anil b otiock r. M.
rpVO NIOKIiY Vlllt
J. nlshed Itooms, cen
trally located. Inquire at
1SUM.BTIN Ollice. ilM-tl
DUVAI, l'lllIMISKS, :il
Heretauia street, op
posite Fort strcut church
Appiy 10 ii. i. i.i ui.ii
iVt Theo. II. Davics it Co.
NEW HOUSE OF FIVE
rooms, on Magiulue
strict, with Dathroom, pat
ent . ().. etc. Commands
ono of the finest views in Honolulu. Apply
to U77-U) J. l. VJVAD,
NIOE COTTAGE ON
Heretauia street, near
l'ilkoi street, containing
I'nrlnr. ' lieilrnnms. liam-
room, Diningroom, Pantry and Kitchen,
Servant's room, Carriage Houmi, btame. etc,
Tnuneais pass every Siu minutes.
I olllco of this paper,
Election of Ofllcofs.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Tim ANN'UA h MHlVriXO OPTIM:
Hilo Sugar Co. held on Monday,
Sept. Ill, 1S')2, the following Stockholders
were re-elected to servo as olllcers during
tnc ensuing year:
W. 0. Irwin
,. . .President,
J. 1). Spreckcls
W. M. Gllliml. .).
II. M. Whltnuv.Jr Auditor,
W. M. G UTAH I),
Wl-hv Secretary II. S. Co.
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT Tim AI).10UH.N'ini ANNUAL
Meeting of the Stockholders of the
Walohlnu Agricultual A Gracing Co. hold
this day, the follow ing Olllcers were dieted
for the ensuing jear:
President .. linn. W. G. Irwin,
Vlcc-l'resident. .Mr. ,1. M. Monarrat,
,v . .Hon. C. T. laukea,
Auditor .. Hon. W. M.Oillard.
Y. 0. Irwin, .1. M. Monsarrat, 0. 1.
Iaukcn, J. Kauhanc, .1, 1), l'aris.
C. 1'. IAUKKA,
Secretary W. A. ,fc G. Co.
Honolulu, Aug. 21, 1802. G00-1m
rrmi: 110AH1) OF INHl'KOTOltS OF
X i:ieetion forthc 1st Ilistrict, 1st Pre
cinct, will meet for the pmposo of Correct
ing thu Klectoral Hell or Voting hist by
adding new n.imes thereto, or striding oil
the names of such voters as have died, re
moved or otherwise become disqualified,
at the hong ltianeli Hath llou-e, Waikiki,
SATURDAY, Sept. tilth, 7 to it o'clock
'MONDAY, Sept. S.tli, 7 to JloVlnclc l
Wr.DNr.SDAY, Sept. '.'Mh, 7 to II o'e
TUr.SllAY, Sept. -.'Tth, 7 to !) o'clock
i'. i., at thu Government Nurtci, Ring
.1. A. OILMAN,
FOR T1IK PUKPO&r, OK COIUU'.CT
ing thu Klectoral Rolls or Voting
Lists of .said District by adding now names
thereto or striking oil' the n.imes of such
voters as lunodied, lemovcd or otherwise
beiomo disqualified, the Inspectors of said
Precinct shall hold meetings on the fol
SATURDAY, Sept. 21, lbOJ, fiom.'l un
til 0 i. m ;
TUESDAY, Sept. '27, 1S02, from I until
At Jtuildiugnt entrance to Lowei Reser
voir Grounds, Nuu.illli Avenue.
lly order of Hoard of Inspectors.
JAS. G. SFLNCr.R,
rnm; HOARD oi-' iNbl'iX'Toitb
X r.k-itioii for the M Dlstiict. Jd I'ie
cinct, will meet foi the purpose of correct
ing tho niectoral Hull or Voting Use by
adding new names theieto, or fti ikini; oil
the names of sin h voters as hae died, re
moved oi otherwise become dKqii.ililieil, at
the Ivapuaiwa Uuilding, Queen stieet, as
On Kit I DAY, Kept, it, I.VIi;
On SATUltDAY, Sept. 2, Ib'Jl;
On MOXDAY, Sept. 2.S, 1MJJ
On WKI)NKSl)AY, Sept. Us, lfi;
From 7 v. M. to !1 v. m. each evening.
Honolulu, Sept. liO, lb!U. o.'T-St
Mil! ISOAHI) OF
flil Dihtrict, 1st lrc-
Election for tho
cinct, will meet for tlio purpose of correct
ing thu Klectoral Itoll or Voting List by
adding now names thereto, or striking oil
the names of such voters as hao died.Te
movid or otherwise become dKtpraliticil, ut
the llojal School House as follows:
On FU1DAY, Sept. 1, 18')2;
On MONDAY. Sept. 'J(l, lb!U;
On TUESDAY, Sept. i!7, 18IU;
On Vi:i)Ni:SI)AY, Sept. 28, 18'U;
From 7:."!0 to !):!!() o'clock each evening.
.1. M. OAMAHA, .In.,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, 18!U. OAVlOt
INSPECTORS' NOTICE. ,.
4th District of Honolulu, 1st and 2d
7011 thi: I'uui'osn of correct-
lmr tho lilectoral Rolls or Yotinu'
Lists of said District by adding new names
thereto or striking oil the names of such
voters as have died, removed or otherwise
become disiiualilled, the Inspectors of said
Precincts shall hold meetings from 7:'i0
I, m. on the following days:
THURSDAY. Sept. 'J:i, lbll., at llngine
House China Co. So. fi, Maunakea street:
MONDAY, Sopt. ''(), 18!)J, nt the Hell
Tower, Union street:
WHONKSDAY, Sept. 'JS, 18112, at Engine
Housu China Co. No. f, Maunakea street.
Adjourned meotiugs may be hold if
ikemeil necessary by the Inspectors,
l'er order of the Inspectors.
rrun: hoard of INSI'I'CTORS
-L Election for the Cth District. 1st I're
cinct, will hold public meetings for the
purpose of correcting thu Electoral Roll or
Voting l.lst by adding new iianies thereto
or striking oil the names of such voters as
have iliud, reinovid or othciwlso (ccomo
disqualified, at tho Tiamways Co.'s Uulld
ing, at Kapalauia, as follows;
On THURSDAY, Sept. '.'., Ih'U, from 7
to II 1'. M.
On SATURDAY, Sept. lil, 18').', front I
to I) I'. M.
On TUESDAY, Sept. -27, lb'KJ, from 7 to
0 v. M.
If necessary adjourned meetings will be
held, of which due notice will be given at
the stated iiiietlugH.
M. II. COI.llURN.
Chairman .r)th District, 1st I'reclnct.
Honolulu, Sept. 1(1, 18').!. oai-10t
of Honolulu, ad Pro
duct. VTOTK'E IS HEREHY (llVEJs' THAT
L the InspiUors of sum I'ncluct shall
hold l'ubllu Meetings from !t to 8 o'clock,
at the Reformatory School, uu the follow
ing days, as follows:
FRIDAY, Sept. SJ, lh!U;
SATURDAY, Kept, HI, l')l',
For tho purpose of correcting the Electoral
Roll or Voting List of the Precinct by add
ing new names thereto, or striking oil
thu mimes of such voters as have died,
removed from tho Precinct, or other
wise become dlsipiallllt'd from voting In
tlio said Precinct,
lly order of the Hoard of liibpectors,
Honolulu, Sept. 17, lBStt, 6i7-6t
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buyers who recognise good values.
$3r- "Annual Clearance Sales," "Marked Down
Sales'' and "Bargain Days'1 aro omitted from our list of
catch-penny thoughts. Every day is a bargain day with us,
find a display of good articles the only bait we set for the
arrive in three weeks,
orders for Reels and
fact and ask their indulence
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Armour's Extract oi Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice;
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beei,
Mosquera Beef Meal,
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PONOEK DRAPERIES-PORTIERES PINEAPPLE TISSUE -SATTEENS .
WHITE DRESS GOODS IN CHECKS AND STRIPES,
JAPANESE CORDED CREPE.
Ladies', Childrens' and Infants' Wear
IN CHEAT VARIETY AT LOW PRICES.
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
Batlaing Suits in. Cotton, emcl Wool
FOR LAIUES, GENTS, AND CHILDREN.
o-a.3l.Xj .ajstcd see: otj:r istej-w goods,
Dressmaking under the Management oi Hiss Clark.
B. F. EHLERS & CO., 99 Fort St.
The best thing to send to your friemli
abroad is King liros, "Illustrated Sou
venir of Hawaii," which it gotten u for
the purpose, and U nol an advertisement,
supply of ITosi: Itici-xs was exhausted a
mentioned them to you ; another lot will
To those of our customers who
failed to n)l them wo mention
until the y-oods arrive.
Oppo. Spreckcls' Bank.
following Well-known-Brands :
a Large Stock of
S. S. Australia." tSft
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
Picture Frames made to order from
Latest Styles of Mouldings, Jienora
Hon of Old Pictures a specialty at King
Bros, t Hole re(,
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