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THE DAILY BULLET!
TUESDAY, OCT! -1, 1892.
TlHWllAY, Oct. 4.
S S China from Sun Krimuisco,
Btmr W H Hall from Jlnui and Hawaii
Tuksday, Out. 1.
Waiiumo and Mokuluia at
10 a 111
Stnir Claudino for Maui at 5 i 111
Btmr Mikalmla for Kauai, at f 11 111
S S China for Yokohama and Hongkong
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr l'elo for Vaimea and Mnkaweli
Sehr Kn JIol for Koholalele and Honoknn
For Yokohama lior S S China, Oct 4 I)r
Koote, V A Wlialey, l)r K Yofhidu and
wifo, 1K1 Japanou and 202 Chinoso steerage
From San Francico ner S S China, Oct 4
Geo liurnsido, Mr and Mrs Wolls Valen
tine, (I cabin and 2.Vi hteerago jiassengers in
transit for Yokohama and Hongkong.
Tho schoonor Kulamanu will leave
AVaipio and J'ohoiki on Thursday.
Buhach at Now Drug Store.
A parlor sot is offered at a bar
gain. Root Beer on draught at Bonson,
Hood's Sarsaparilla is tho best.
C. J. McCarthy
street for sale.
has lots on Liliha
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Bonson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at onco bj' Cu
cumber Tonic. Bonson, Smith As Co.,
Beof Iron & Wino,Now Drugstore.
Ka Mailo has removed to 103 Fort
street, tho store formerly occupied
by Frank Gortx.
Quiua La Roche, Now Drug Store.
Mechanics' Homo, 59 and Gl Hotel
street. Lodging by day, week or
mouth 25c. anil 50c. a night; $1
and $1.25 a week.
Soups at low prices
at New Drug
Prof. F. Lombard, A.B., will ro
sumo giving iiibtiuction in private
or in classes, French, Spanish and
Latin. Residence. Alakca street,
near Urn Y. M. C. A.
Johnston's Fluid Beof at New
Dr. MoLonnau has removed to Ala
kon street opposite tho Y. M. C. A.
hall, promises latoly occupied bj' Dr.
Lutz. Oilico hours, 9 to 12, 2 to -1,
and evenings G to 7 ; Sundays 10 to 1.
Boll telophemo 197 ; Mutual G82.
Something Now in Ranges.
Tho Pacific- Haiidwaiic Co., (L'd.),
have just received an invoice of the
M. & D, WnouuiiT Stei:l Ranqes
which aro superior to an
tno Kind yet invontou. 'J hoy
boon adorned by tho United States
Navy and are in uso on tho Charles
ton, San Francisco and Boston and
othor new vossols. Also on several
of tho now vossols latoly built for
tho trado botweon San Francisco
and this port.
An examination of those Ranges
will at onco show their many advan
tages over all competitors.
A little boy of Mrs. McDonald's,
living near horo, foil against a rod
hot stove and was fearfully burned.
Tho pain was torrible, and it was
thought tho burn was so severe as to
scar tho child for life. 1 sold tho
lady a boltlo of Chamborl.-iin's Pain
Balm, whioh, after greasing tho sore,
t-ho applied. It boon removed all
tho lire and eased the pain, and iu
ten days tho boy was well, no trace
of tho scar remaining. J. D. Mc
Laren, Keysporl, Clinton county, 111.
Fpr sale by all dealers, Bonson,
Smith & Co., Agents for tho Hawai
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Bnsoball tins nitoriioon.
Foreign nows olsowhoro.
Tho polls -will closo at ft o'cloolc.
Very fow frco hacks aro around
Tho U. s7sT Allianoo loft San
Francisco for Honolulu pn Sept. 21.
Dr. K. Yoshida and wifo Icnvo by
tho China this evening for Yoko
hama. Mails by tho China aro expected to
bo delivered after fumigation, about
9 o'clock this ovening.
Goo. liurnsido, Mr. and Mrs.
Wells Valentino aro passengers on
the China for Honolulu.
J. D. Sprockets and family aro
about to return to their homo in
San Francisco from Paris.
Tho U. S. S. Alliance is ton days
out from San Francisco, for this port,
having loft on Soptembor 2Uh.
Tho now 1-masted bark Hawaiian
Isles was 171 days out from England
for San Francisco at last accounts.
A gontloman was olforod a $."i gold
pioco this morning by a Watorhouso
wiro-pullor for his ro'tobut declined.
It. A.V. Irwin, Hawaiian Minister
Kesidont at Yokohama, is a through
passenger on tho S. S. China for that
Dr. Footo and William A. Whaloy
will leave by tho S. S. China for
Yokohama this ovening on a business
Tho S. S. China arrived early this
morning and was anchored outside.
Sho will leave at 5 o'clock this oven
ing. Mail will closo at .').
Thoro aro 253 Chinese passengers
211 males, 7 women and 2 children
on route for Hongkong from San
Francisco on tho S. S. China.
Tho oilico of tho Liberal has boon
moved to loss pretentious cjuarters
in tho Way building, adjoining the
Pacific Coast Homo Supply, King
L. J. Lovoy will soil a quantity of
housohold furniture and mattresses;
also English, Gorman and'Ainoiican
boor; at 10 o'clock to-morrow at his
A miniaturo model of the Scotch
j'acht Bonnio Dundee, built by YV.
Armstrong, boatbuildor, is on exhi
bition in 12. O. Hall & Son's window.
It is named tho Florence.
Dr. and Mrs. C. F. Stokes aro
through passengers on tho S. S.
China for Yokohama. Dr. Stokes is
in tho U. S. Navy and was recently
married in San Francisco.
The band will play at Makeo Isl
and this evening. Tho concert at
Emma Square last evening was
largely attended and tho ditleiont
solos woro fully appreciated.
Tho steamer China leaving this,
evening will take Japanese ntqer
ago passongors 81 maloh, 11 women,
and 1 child and 202 Chinese 157
males, 14 womon and 31 children.
Nearly all tho Chinoso have return
Tho three-masted schoonor Ida
Schnauor has boon chartered to
make a trip to Tahiti from San
Francisco, in place of tho barkontino
Tropic Bird latoly put in horo for
repairs after an encounter with a
A big petition from tho Six Com
panies in San Francisco to tho E111
poror of China is in tho mail of tho
S. S. China. Tho document pnrys
tho Emperor to consider measures
of roliof for tho oppressed Chinoso
A Light Vote All Around Not Much
Tho special election for two No
bles has been progressing slowly
since tho opening of tho polls at 9
o'clock. Thoro has not been much
challenging. Tho volo is going to
bo very light. It is doubtful if more
than half those registered will have
voted. The Ministerial party claim
two to one all around. Below is the
number voted at each city precinct
up to tho last moment before this
paper goes to press:
rou.s. ' no. votui). tijii:.
1st l)Itrict, lnt precinct,
Government Nursen (in hi;00
1st District, 2d precinct,
lleretunla street 11!) I: in
2d District, lHt precinct,
Nuimnu HuHurvoIr HK I:!HI
2d District, 2d precinct,
Kauluwclu .school 71) 1:17
Mil District, M precinct,
ItoyaUchool '.'. 1:15
;iil District. 2d precinct,
KapiiaUva building lO-'t l:i7
Itli District, Ut precinct,
China Kiigiuo Houxu 121 1:2"
lth District, 2d precinct.
Dull Tower l.-il 1:110
5th District, 1st product,
TramwuvH hulldlui! H7 1:00
nth District, 2d precinct,
lluform hchool led 1:10
The Royal Hawaiian Military
Baud, 1'iof. H. Border, loader, will
give a concert thisi evening at Ma
keo Island, Kapiolani Park, com
mencing at 7:30 o'clock. Following
is the piogram:
Overture Kiuwli Comedy
W11IU Southern llreuze
Oavotto Soft (llancos
Fantasia The Kivals . .
Throe HawHllun bongs,
Medley Italian Molodlus Koiupoottl
Fantasia On tho Millstream Kllonbeig
VVulU Over tho Waves'. lto-.in
Unllad-Oood Night Mil
Among tho incidents of childhood
that stand out in bold roliof, as our
niomory reverts to the days when wo
woro young, none aro 111010 promi
nent than sovero sickness. The
young mother vividly loiuoinbors
that it was Chamberlain's Cough
Remedy oiued her of croup, and iu
turn administers it to her own off
spring and always with tho bent re
sults, For salo by all dealers. Ben
son, Smith & Co., Agents for
Tho Hawaiian Islos.
VOIt TIIK IIUM.KT1X.J
The golden lnwi In widening majoMv
Out o'er the ocean's nlnuc.
O'er blade, and plant, and ehriib and tree,
Encircling mountulni; till at length
They, too, ore hathlng In tho heaven's full
So lie tlioo isles tho occiui'h beauty
Whcio Nature's sweetest, lenderest child
Irving to spreail her beauteous, fairest
And bask iu lambent light.
Brightest day is ne'er ton bright for thee,
Thy beauty ccks tho light,
And fading day brings up the moon,
Tho silvern orb.
Tho pooping stars bogoin tho opal heavens.
The ocean, too, yields up lior licklo power,
A running lullaby along thy reef hegirdlcd
Am fain to roll up over time, nnd yet
Content to throw her coverlid, i'f she but
kKs thy lips,
A coverlid of ovor-ehaiiglng Into,
In beauty but n voIIoyoi the beavonsabove.
Tho very air is full of humming Insect life,
And all Is beauty, joy and peace.
Tho glittering dew
Combined with nlry showers work up thy
Ho deep, so true, so fresh till jot again
The sun must kiss tbco, and thou wak'st.
Ma3s Mooting on tho Evo ot tho
Tt was near 8 o'clock last night
when Hon. Jos. Nawahi was called
to tho chair, tit the mass mooting of
tho supporters of Messrs. Mailo and
Hopkins. Tho chairman thanked
tho assemblage for tho honor of pro
siding, Hon. Antono Rosa was elect
ed as interpreter. There were 300
people in tho Boretania-streot Arm
or j-, where tho meeting was hold.
Mr. J. Prondorgast was elected
Hon. L. W. P. Kanoalii bowed
gracofullj to tho audience as ho re
sponded to tho call for tho first
speech. He called for a "Hurrah"
for C. B. Mailo and C. L. Hopkins,
which was given enthusiastically,
llo was glad to see tho white and
tho brown together. Thoy must ex
hibit unanimity to win on tho
morrow. Make your crosses to
morrow opposite tho names of C. B.
Mailo and C. L. Hopkins, and thus
thoy would make their marks for
tho good of tho country. Thoy
should start to-night for a now con
stitution, tho bunion of tho cry of
tho people. Even if it took twonty
years to got it, let tho beginning bo
niado. Every man born in the coun
try, every lover of his count rj-, ought
to work for securing to tho peoplo
their biithright. Even if thoy did
not show it in their faces, thoy must
feel it in their hearts, and shed bit
tor tears for tho iccoveryof those
rights taken from them ly foul
means. Ho would fight to tho last
against annexation. lie stood for
tho autonomy of the country and
tho dignity of tho crown. Since ho
was elected to tho House as a Repre
sentative he had been approached
to see if ho would favor annexation,
but ho had withstood every approach
and to the end of his day.s would op
pose the surrender of tho country's
independence, and would gho to
those whom ho loft behind him tho
charge to sustain the doctrine of in
dependence. Hon. Wm. While had no idea ho
would have been accorded tho honor
of addressing them. To-morrow
would decide the choice of tho peo
ple. It was as sine as ho stood
thero that Mailo and Hopkins would
be elected. Tho Reform party was
defunct, and tho now amalgamation
was tho party of tho people. Ho
had been condemned in thousands
of papers that had been circulated
for holding in his hand tho destruc
tion of tho Hawaiian people. But
ho could assure them that it was tho
lifo and the salvation of tho country
he held in his hand. Send Maifu
and Hopkins into the Legislature
and thoy should wear tho mailo
wreath of one candidate and tho tall
hat of the other. They should not
heed the talk of giving one vote to
somebody else. One pair of oxen
was all that could bo worked to ad
vantage. By securing their own pair
tlioj' maintained control of tho men
iu tho party. Mailo and Hopkins
were true llawaiians who would have
nothing to do with annexation so
abominated bv all llawaiians. Quo
thing that had caused a commotion
iu tho Legislature was the beautiful
lottery bill. If that passed it would
bring SiiOO.OM a year into tho Ha
waiian treasury. It would bring all
nations to these islands. They woro
promised to hear tho bad as well as
the good features of tho bill to
night, and according to tho old idea
the good would supersede tho bad.
Ho was so confident ho was right
that ho knelt in prayer to God on
high and to his own peculiar gods
within him for tho success of the
bill. If he died he presumed that
the pieachers would say it was a dis
pensation to stive tho country. But
Billy White was thoro yet tho hon
orable William White of Laluiina.
Tho lottery contained tho salvation
of this country iu the face of ini
pondiiiL' bankruptcy, It had been
said a lottery never did any good to
a country. But iu Louisiana there
was a largo libiary established where
tickets were received for tho lottery.
Didn't we get our civilization from
that great country? Lot tho peoplo
give ii shaking dice for a small pile
and go in for the lottery with its big
pile. The women should make their
husbands and sweet hearts vote for
Mailo and Hopkins or else refuse to
see their faces for one year. If Wa
terhoiise and Robinson were elected
ho would trample his lottery bill un
der his feet and say, Who has lost
this advantage but the Hawaiian
1 1 is Kxcollonoy Paul Neumann re
ceived an ovation on coining forward.
There was a feeling against salaried
oilicers appearing 111 an election, but
there was a distinct ion between a
salaiied otlicer and a .Minister on
trial. All the spcakiuir that could
be done, oven by such eloquent men
as his fiiond Mr. White, would not
change a ote. Those who were
going to vote one way would go to
0110 mooting, while those going to
vote another way would go to
tho j uuothur meeting. Thoro was u pro
I codont for hib spoaking in tho fuut
that Mr. Thurston addressed a meet
ing in 1890. Ho wanted to toll ilium
something about tho Cabinet that
was on its trial. (A oico You aro
going to staj there all tho same.) I
hope wo aro. There was a great
outcry against this Cabinet, that it
had no policy. Much was hoard
about tho low condition of the
treasury. Ho could tell them that
this low condition of the finances
was duo to tho administration pre
sided over by Mr. L A. Thurston.
Air. Thurston had spent from $9(X),
(XX) to .91,000,000 of borrowed money,
and then was not one vestige of that
nearly one million remaining. Not
0110 cent of it had gone to improving
tho water works, so that the peoplo
could got good and plenty of water.
Nor had one cont of it gone to deep
on tho harbor, orintoany other work
whore it could bo seen. This fresh
accumulation of debt was tho legacy
loft this Cabinet by its predecessors,
and it was hard for ahv sane man to
see wiry anybody should want to go
into tho Cabinet to face this burden.
When ho was away lo Maui ho learn
ed there was a meeting, such as the
newspapers would describe as small
but appreciative. Mi. W. O. Smith
told that mooting that the Govern
ment could not nay the salaries.
Now ho could tell them that tho
Government had money to pay the
salaries, and not only that but 11101103
to pay tho deposits in tho Postnl
Savings Bank, which the Thurston
administration had squandered. It
was not their own 11101103', but that
of certain gentlemen of Honolulu
whom it might bo impropriety to
uaino gentleiuSn whoso action had
made tho Opposition open their eyes
and oars. (Applause). With such a
burden on the Cabinet, it might bo
asked why ho, with some reputation
for common souse, should have en
tered tho Cabinot. Woll, it was be
cause ho was paakiki (dotorinincd).
Tho Reform administration had been
in power three years, and loft noth
ing behind them, from Hawaii to
Niihau, but dobt and discontent.
TI103' had made some public im
provements on Hawaii for tho devel
opment of private proport3', and had
made a drive on Punchbowl. Their
movement for reform was blighted
l3 the conduct and methods 01 the
men who assumed to bo its leaders.
If their party had not been killed,
WI13 was it. that it did not appear in
this contest? Ho denied that ho
had boon elected ly tho votes of t ho
Reform party. It was xiorhnps ly
tho votes of sonio who had onco
been in that part 3. But if that party
had swept the country then, why
does it not come out as tho Reform
parlj' to-day? Wli3 had thoy to 10
sort to the nomination of a clique in
tho name of tho Independent party?
Did ho say independent? Tho3' woro
noutral in everything and independ
ent in nothing except to get in.
Thoro were two tickets in tho field
tho Mailo -Hopkins ticket, the
ticket of tho people, and tho ticket
of tho Advertiser. If tho peoplo
had wanted Watorhouso ho3' would
have olected him in Fpbruary. For
tho benefit of tho Advertiser whoso
reporter ho hoped was present ho
would toll 0110 01 Ins little stonos.
A man out west wanted to advertise
for a wife, and in dictating tho ad
vertisement to tho editor ho was
vor3' particular in specifi'ing sho
must measure so-and-so round tho
waist, wear a No. -1 shoe, etc. Tho
editor asked him WI13' ho was so par
ticular, when ho replied: "1 have
been married before, and I want tho
now wife to wear tho old clothes of
tho first one." (Laughter). Now
tho clique wanted a man to wear out
its old clothes, and it selected Mr.
Watorhouso. (Laughter). If tho
Cabinot woro sustained he knew tho3
would bo tho most unpopular inon
in town, for tho cutting down of ex
penses thus far done was nothing to
what had 3'ot to bo done. TI103' did
not propose to go out of oilico leav
ing nu additional million dollars of
debt with nothing whatever to show
for it. (Applause). Thoy would
have to reduce expenditure and take
up some of tho unsecured dobt, and
fill would hao to bo done without
adding one cent to tho burden of
taxation on tho people. Ho could
only speak for his colleagues, ho had
confidence iu them, lie would go
out this very minute if it woro not
that his staying in gave sonio dis
comfort to those who disliked him.
(Laughter.) Their decision to-morrow
would bo like the verdict of a
jury, to determine whether this
Cabinet should bo given a trial to
try to pull tho countiy out of tho
nuro where it has boeii loft by tho
Reform Cabinet. Ho had not come
there to abuse the opposing candi
dates, Tho country would bo safe
iu the hands of any of them. There
was not a more honorable man than
Mark Robinson, llonry Wutorhou&o
was a decent sort of a man, although
a very poor politician. And how could
ho say any tiling against Cecil Brown,
a boy brought up in this country,
whose record had boon honorable?
It was for them to support thoir
own candidates, who woro wort 1)3' of
thoir country's confidence. "Mailo
might not bo any the bettor for hav
ing such n sweet smelling uaiuo, but
ho was as good as any of them. Mr.
Hopkins had boon dork many years
for Marshal Parke, he had filled the
police bench with credit, and iu
every position ho had hold his career
had been most creditable.
Mr. J. L. Kaiilukoii be spoke a
fair trial for the Cabinet. The poo-
plo should not approve of turning
men out of public oilico before they
had been seated 21 hours. Tho Re
form part 3' professed to go iu for I
government l3' the peoplo, Thoro j
was personal government, against
which Mr. Thurston talks, under
Mr. Thurston's Cabinet. When
those people spoke of tho Queen's
personal government thoy forgot
that whatever power the sovereign
oxoicises was put in the constitu
tion 1)3' thoiiisoho.s. The speaker
discussed the constitution, to show
that it gave undue power to the rich
and contained the elements of oh
joetiouiilnj) personal government.
The boating about the bush of tho
Reformers, in going in uudur the
name Independent, looked as if
there was a nigger iu the fence. If
tho people were willing to soil their
birthright for the promise of two
cents a pound bounty on sugar, lot
thorn vote for tho candidates of tho
Opposition; but, if thoy woro in
favor of national independence, vote
for Mailo and Hopkins.
Mr. C. L. Hopkins was greeted
with loud applause. Speaking in
English ho romarked ho was at a
mooting there a week ago, at .what
they called a ratification ineeting,but
it was rather an apology meeting.
From the Chairman's opening re
marks right through he heard
nothing but apologies. Among
other things said 1 13' Mr. Thurston
was a declaration that the Minister
ial party were boodlers and hacked
by boodleis. This he denied but
would show them that Mr. Thurston
nnd his party weie boodlen. ii3'
one who peruses the constitution
caiefully cannot help seeing, that,
while it might in some wiijwvii
the intoiosts of the count rC it was
framed Tor a parly purpose, and if
it had not been for a split in tho
Reform pat (3, no power iu Hawaii
nei would'be able to otwl (hat party
from tower. .Mr. Thurston said
men should be sen( into (he Legis
latuio haing the interests of the
country at heart and who would
work to secure closer relations with
tho United States. He (the speaker)
was a man of that description. He
was with Mr. Thurston on that mat
ter, and would do all he could to
promote closer relations with I he
United States, but he would not
support 11113 scheme tending toward
annexation. (Applause.) As for the
lottery he confessed the Aduatisor
had showed the evil side of it hotter
than he could. The lottery people
promised .?T00,000 a year to theticas
ur3. Of this ,?100,(XK) was to go lo
subsidizing a cable to some part of
the American coast, which amount
would pay 5 percent interest on $'2,
OOO.OtX) for establishing the cable.
The benefits of the cable would not
bo only for 0110 class, but for all
classes. It would attract shipping
here from all parts and iniineasura
bly promote the welfare of thocoiin
tr3'. When tho peoplo had been
presented with tho ovil and the
good sides of tho lottery, thoy could
decide for themselves. In closing
tho speaker promised if olected ho
would strive to serve tho interests of
tho couutry in every wa3 possible.
Mr. C. B. Mailo would promise as
a candidate that if elected he would
oppose annexation. Ho pursued
tho honorable calling of soiling sal
mon. Tho salt of that salmon would
stick Mr. Watorhouso to tho wall.
Mr. Watorhouso was a man of more
education than he, 3d on the sev
eral occasions when Mr. Watorhouso
had been sent to the Legislature,
what uso had ho made of his superior
The Chairman called for three
cheers for Hawaii Pouoi, which wore
given with great vigor and volume,
and the meeting dispersed at 10:10
A Good Tning to Keep at Hand.
From tin' Vri)i(luinitts) Chief .
Some 3'oais ago we were very much
subject to severe spells of cholera
morbus; and now when we feel aii3'
of tho s3mptonis that usualby pro
ceed Hint ailment, such as sickness
at tho stomach, diarrhrea, etc., wo
become sear3. We have found Cham
berlain's Colic, Cholera and Diar
rhoea Remed3 tho very thing to
straighten one out in. such cases, and
ahva3'.s keep it about. Wo aie not
writing this for a pay testimonial,
but to let our leaders know what i-5
a good thing to keep handy in the
house. For sale ly all dealers.
Benson. Smith A. Co., Agents for the
Poisons troubled with chiouic
diarrhoea should try Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diatrho-a Re
medy. Many cases have been cured
by it after all else had failed and
skilled pli3'sieiaus were powerless.
For sale liy all dealers. Benson,
Smith A. Co., Agents for the Hawai
)...i.., w :....
)i-Al!T W (i
in (loon woitKiNd oitni'i:.
I''or (mrtli'iilars or terms up'ily lo.
Huh rimiovt'il to Dr. Kootu'ri iirmnlei'N ami
olllru, cot nor (if I'uncliliuwl ami llurc-
tiinlu streets, during his alcenee.
ii' nun 11 10 11 :yJ . m.,
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LOST OR MISLAID
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.1. II ATIU'IITUN,
''Ac bc.il lliimj to until tu your fritnd
I abroad in Kimj linn, " Illustrated Sou
venir of Hawaii," which imjutteii up for
I (he purpose, and is not un advertisement
THAT BEATS ME !
FOIR, S-AJLiEi BIT THE
Fort Stroot, Honolulu, :
Beef : Extracts
ARE CONVENIENT FOR MANY PURPOSES.
fijff- GOOD FOR THE SICK OR THE WELL gfl
Wc ciiny in stock (ho following' "Wull-known Brands:
Liebig's Extract of Meat,
Armour's Extract of Beef,
Parke Davis & Co.'s Beef Jelly,
Wyeth & Bros' Beef Juice,
Valentine's Meat Juice,
Johnston's Fluid Beet,
Mosquera Beet Meal,
Port Street, -
104 Fort St., Honolulu.
Is Now Opening
New Goods !
LATEST NOVEL1.TES !
VfiS" Just Received per
nSTerw Goocis ! ILSTe'w G-oocis !
i'onoi'i: nuAj'nitii'B I'oimr.ui's imnkaiu-i.!: rihsri:-s.vrn:KNs
-W'JIITK DUKSS (iOOI)h IN Clll'.CKri AM) STIUl'l'.S.
jai'a.m'kk oounnn oitr.ri".
Ladies', Chiltlrens' and Infants' Wear
IN (iitr.AT VAItlKTY AT LOW I'lUCKr".
A Fine Line in Zephyrs, Cretonnes, Etc.
"Ba-tlaing S-uits in. Cotton a,xicl "Wool
KOK MIMKS, (li;'T,s, AM) (.'IllMfttKN'.
CALL -AJNTD SEE OXJK. 3SrEW GOODS,
Dressmaking under the Management of Miss Clark.
;B. F. EHLERS
: : : Oppo. Sprockets' Bank.
- - HCoaaol-ulia, EC.
a Large Stock of
S. S. " Australia." "-jx
New Goods !
Ice Cream Freezers!
& Barrel Churns.
& CO., 99 Fort St,
s?AitMduJikl& -W' JS&kt.