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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
FllOM AND AKTKK OCTOIJKR 1. 1SD2.
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A.M. A.M. I'.M. l'.M.
Leave Honolulu. .0 : 1 f 8: 15
Arrive Honouliull.TiS)' !):.7
Leave Honnullull..7::S0 10: 1.1
Antvo Honolulu .8;:ir. ii:".ri
t'RAItl. OlTY Lof'Al..
Leave Honolulu 5:10 ...
Arrive l'enrl City 0:488 ...
Leave l'curl Olty..(l:Jr
Arrlvu Honolulu. 7:!!il
Sundays excepted. t Saturdays only.
Tides, Sun and Moon.
1IY ('. ,T. LYONS.
out with nu
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$ P g. - g. r 8 ? A
ii. in. p.m. p.m. u.in.
,Mon. 14 1 .io' 0 10 30 7 0 0 30 Ii il 2 111
Tups. 15 2 10 1 30 0 10! 7 4.'i 11 30 5 21 3 0
Weil. Ill 2 4.1 2 20 8 SO 8 20 0 31 .1 21 3 I1
Thills. 17 3 0 2 30 K301 I) 0 0 31 5 22 4 41!
Fl I. 18. 3 25 3 0 8 40 10 0 I! 32 5 22! B 35
Hilt. Ill 3 50 3 30 0 10 11 0 0 32 5 El 5 30
Sun. ol 4 10 4 10 3011 20 0 Xt 5 21 (! 17
New moon on the UUli nt 21i. 4Sm. 11.111.
TEE DAILY BULLET!
MONDAY, NOV. 11, 1S92.
Sunday, Nov. til.
Btmr Iwuliuii from Knuui
Tho Ilolmmm conies
Diamond llund, 5) p. in. Went hor
clonrj wind light southwost.
AVudnosilny noxt lias boon pro
claimed ns n niitioiial holiday.
Thoro was no business in Suproino
Court Ohainbors this forenoon.
Ka Loo has changed its English
pago to a separate English edition.
Mr. W. A. Wall, surveyor, has
taken an ollico over Bishop's bank.
The result of the President ial elec
tion will bo known in this city this
M. S. Lovy will open a dry and
fancy goods store in Melnorny block
Weather permitting Iho regular
concert will bo given at Einina
bqunro this evening.
Monday, Nov. M, 1S92.
tho lesolution was
John II. Babcock has boon
pointed n notary public for
second Judicial Circuit.
Monday, Nov. 11.
Stiur Jiunes Makec for Kauai nt 1 p m
Htmr Polo for Koloa lit 10 u in
Stmr Vi'nimnnnlo for Molnkui unil Maui
Btmr Mokolii for Molokai at 5 p m
Vessols Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Clamline for Maui and Hawaii at fi
Stmr Kaala for Waianae, 'Wuiahia,
huku and I'unalnn
Stmr Mikahala for Kauai, at 5 p m
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Nov 13
Mrs V Kniul-cii, Miss M Kniulsen, H H
Garstins, J Uandnll, Miss Gandall, Master
Gandall, J Graham, H J)obson, Mr Hewitt,
J Clark, llev J 11 llauaikc, Mrs T Kulae
one, Ah Chow, Ah AVai, and Ot) deck.
Cargoes from Island Ports.
rice, 22 has
-5135 hags sugar, 152 bags,
pia, 7 bundles hides, oO
Six deserters from contract ser
vice with tho 1. I. S.N. Co. decided
to return to work this morning.
Anyone having a copy of tho Bul
letin for January 2IJd, 18'.)2, will con
fer a favor by leaving it at this ollico.
A houso on King street has a de
moralized clock that tries to play
"Ta-ra-ra-boom-do-ay" ovory time it
Tho Planters' Labor and Supply
Compairy mot this morning and ad
journed till Wednesday morning at
Dave Carter has challenged tho
winnor of last Saturday's skating
race to a match in two weeks' timo
for ?.() a side.
Thoro woro live arrests for drunk
enness on Saturday and fivo yo.stor
day. Thoy woro all fined with the
exception of one.
Tho time table of trains for tho
Masonic picnic on Saturday will bo
found at tho end of the advertise
ment of that event.
The bark Ceylon, which arrived
yesterday brought '18,521 bricks to
bo used in the construction of tho
new warehouse of W. G. Irwin tc Co.
on Merchant streot.
A nine from tho Boston will meet
tho How Do You" Like It on tho
League Grounds on Wednesday
aftonioon, tho anniversary of His
lato Majesty's birthday.
Tho proceeds at tho Marshal's salo
in front of tho Station on Saturday
footed up over .$100. Harry Artni
tago wielded tho hammer and tho
goods wont like hot cakes.
A man named Godfrey, a sailor,
was arrested on bat unlay lor carry
ing a deadly weapon, namely, iron
knuckles. This morning ho admit
ted tho offense and was lined 10.
Tho ollico of tho Portuguese papor,
Lusitann Hawaiiaua, has been re
moved to comfortable quarters in
tho Mutual Telephone 'Co.'s build
ing, with entrance on Alakea street.
Tho Mikahala will resume her trips to
ports on Kauai to-nionow.
Tho s-ehooner Aloha received sugar from
the steamer Iwalani to-day.
Tho dredge wa9 towed into port yester
day on account of tne prevailing buutherly
The steamer Iwalani will ho relieved by
the Mteamer Mikahala to-morrow. Tho
Iwalani will leave on Wednesday for Mnku
weli. The steamer Clamline came oil' tho Ma
rine ltullwnythis afternoon and commenced
loading immediately. She will leave on
cchedulo time to-morrow afternoon.
The hunkers of tho United States cruiser
Columbia, which was launched a few weeks
ago from Clump's shipyard, Philadelphia,
nie said to be of greater capacity than those
of any other ship in tho world. They will
hold 2000 tons ot coal, and at a rate of 10
knots an hour the Columbia will be illilo to
hteain 21,230 knots without recoaling. Ex.
The first ironclad battle shin ever built
in Turkey has just been completed at Con
stantinople, bhe is the Hamidiych, and
she was launched in 1S85, hut her construc
tion has occupied 20 years in all. Every
thing In her, down to her compas-cs, Is of
Turkish production, tho guns only ex
cepted. She is a harnne-rigged central
buttery ship, carrying 10 U.jin. and two
U.'fiin. guns. Ex.
It is said that a Scotch shipbuilding linn
has beaten tho recoid in thoipiiekness-with
which it built a largo gunboat for France,
to ho used of tho Wheme ltivcr and coast
lagoons, Africa. French shipbuilders
wanted four to 10 months In which to
build it, but the Scotchmen finished it in
23 days from the timo they began work.
The vessel will carry 100 soldiers, three
cannons, mounted on a bridge, and four
rapid-firing guns on the spar deck. Ex.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Military
Band, Prof. H. Borgor, loader, will
givo a concert this ovoning at
Emma Square, beginning at 7:80
o'clock. Following is tho program:
Overture The Armourer . I.ortzing
Gavotto Circus Iteiu . Fllega
K-Olarionct Solo Scenes that nro
Grand Selection Uicrozia llorgla
Waialne. Mill Poinn, Ho Mauao he
Solo sung by Solomon Hiram,
Medloy Tho Christy Miuistiels. Kivlero
1'iecolo Solo Tho Humming Illrd Selling
Schottiseho Dancing on tho I'ier Christie
Waltz Dorothy Collier
For the Season.
Tho Pacific Hardware Co. are dis
playing Dinner, Breakfast, Chamber
and Tea Sots in Doulton Ware and
Copelaud; examples suitable for
presents in Hiiviland, Copelaud,
Jtoyal Worcester, Jfoyul Do von and
Bisquoj Bisquo Figures; Rochester
Lamps; a few Fancy Clocks, and
many othor articles.
Hingham Buckets, plain and paint
ed, in nosts. Every housekeeper
should have a supply of these.
Rofritiorators and Ico Chests of
the most improved patterns.
ricturos and x'icturo i routes,
1'icturo Framing in all its branches
A'vjsit to tho art rooms is invited.
The jury-waivod cao of Oahu
Railway & Land Co. vs. L. Kapu was
heard and judgment reserved by
Chief Justice Judd on Saturday.
Hatch for plaintiff; Hartwoll for de
fendant. A man named A. Stevens, sailor on
the bark Matilda, was found guilty
in tho Police Court this morning of
assault and battory on a native wo
man and was iinod &10. It appears
that tho woman was passing Love's
bakery Saturday evening, when
Stevens slapped hor in the lace.
A Chinaman named Ah Jim was
arrested on Saturday morning, sus
pected of being a chicken thief.
Jim had several fowls in his posse
sion and could not givo a satisfac
tory explanation of how or where lie
got them. The fowls await tho
owners montiiication at tho 1'oiico
Tho Masonic picnic at Hemond
Grove on Saturday will bo a very
enjoyable and a strictly temperate
allair. Owing to complaints about
tho paint on tho back of tho seats
having a tendency to bo too familiar
with tho back of one's clothes Super
intendent Aside' has guaranteed to
attend to it. Tho time table appear
in to-day's issue.
Dr. E. G. Beckwith was taken
very ill when about half through his
sermon last evening. Ho stopped
speaking and was seen to sway a
iiLuu. in km a iuw iiiiuiiies lie pro
ceeded with his sermon, but finally
had to givo up and leave tho church.'
To-day tho Doctor was resting
easily, but his phynician, Dr. Day,
ptescribos a period of absolute rest.
At tho auction salo at Cron's candy
store on Saturday thoro was a slight
misunderstanding which was, how
ever, partly satisfactorily adjusted
at the time. For some time past
thoro had been on exhibition in the
store three fine chromosof Pharaoh's
horses. When thoy woro offered for
salo an order from tho Pacific Hard
ware io, laid a restraining hand on
the articles in tho name of that com
pany, claiming ownership. The
chromos woro taken to the Police
Station whore tho company's owner
ship was proven and tho pictures re
turned to them.
Tho skating rink was crowded on
Saturday night to witness the ono
milo Hkating race botweon Charles
Lambert, who claims the local cham
pionship, and J. Alapai, Lambert
conceded half a lap start to Alapai.
Lambert gained on Alapai at the
start, but it seemed tho pace had
been too hard and by tho eighteenth
round Alapai had gained so as to bo
one lap ahead. Lambert spurted
again and closed in on his antagon
istj but could not got tho lead. Ala
pai finished half a lap ahead. An
other race will take place on Satur
day night for 50, Tho course will
bo two miles,
60 eeh month,
Tho Assembly convened at 10
o'clock for prayer. Tho minutes of
tho previous meeting woro road and
Tho Minister of the Interior rose
to n question of privilege and pre
sented the following as tho minis
It will be the policy of Her Maj
esty's Government to maintain tho
autonomy and independence of the
To promote closer commercial re
lations with tho United States to
tho end that tho products ot the
Kingdom may be made remunerative
to those engaged in their cultivation
and production, and consequently
inure to the benefit oC tho Kingdom
To assist in the passage of such
laws that will, with proper restric
tions, according to the class of labor
introduced for that purpose, tend to
relieve the present want of labor,
necessary to carry on successfully
the natural and special agricultural
interests of tho Kingdom.
To carry on all branches of the
Government in an economical man
ner. To see that tho expenditures in
carrying on tho Government do not
exceed tho rovenues of the Kingdom.
To aid and promote all agricul
tural and other pursuits with such
necessary legislation and pecuniary
assistance as this Assembly may
recommend, and tho resources and
revenues of tho Kingdom wanant.
In rejraid to such measures as are
non-ministerial, and introduced here
after or that may bo now ponding,
whether for tho purposes of revenue
or otherwise, Hor Majesty's Minis
tors claim tho right of acting and
voting on such measures according
to their several personal convictions,
and not as a wholo-or as a govern
This Cabinet cannot support any
measure tending to legalize a lottery
or lieoii'io gambling.
This Cabinet cannot support any
measure (hat will intorfero with or
chango the present monetary system
of the Kingdom.
To investigate and correct any and
all abuses and corrupt practices in
all departments of the government
and to deal fairly and fearlessly wit ii
all officials in such investigations,
and if necessary for tho purpose of
good government, tho consequent
removal of any oilicial found want
The following petitions woro pre
sented and referred:
By Noble Peterson from residents
of Honolulu that bolter facilities bo
established at tho General Post Of
fice. To Financo Committee.
By Rep. Kamauoha that tho Re
gistration Bill (102) bo indefinitely
postponed. Tabled for bill.
liy Rep. Waipuilaui from Kona,
that tho Lottery Bill do not pais.
Tabled for consideration with bill.
By Rop. Aki, that no more laboiers
bo introduced into tho kingdom as
agricultural laborers. To Labor
By Noblo Mailo signed by (570 per
sons, that the Registration Bill bo
indefinitely postponed. Tabled for
consideration with bill. Tho same
member also presented nnot hor peti
tion signed by IW2 persons, that a.
now Constitution bo promulgated.
To Constitutional Committee.
There being no committee reports
tho President called tho attention of j
the Assembly to the fact that there
weio about 150 committees yet to ro
poit. Tho Minister of Interior presented
answers to questions asked by Hep.
Kamauoha in le treaty matters and
to tho following ellect:
To the first question in ro the de
sire of tho Cabinet to establish
closer commercial relations with tho
United States, the Cabinet answer,
(2) In the negotiation of such
treaty should the Government of the
United States request, this Cabinet'
will favor tho granting to that Gov
ernment tho exclusive right to enter
tho harbor of Pearl River in the isl
and of Oahu, and the right to estab
lish and maintain there a coaling
and ropair station for tho uso of the
vessels of the United States, and tho
right to improve the entrance to
said harbor, ami do all othor things
needful to tho purpose aforesaid.
Such rights to bo co-terniinous with
such treaty or to oxisl so long as
Her Majesty's kingdom enjoys tho
reciprocal rights granted by such
(11) No treaty or draft of treaty
has yet been under consideration by
(1) Rolat ivo to bonding a special
envoy to Washington tho Cabinet
say "No," as this Government has a
Minister Resident at Washington.
Tho Minister of Finance present
ed the following preamble and reso
lution: Whereas, under and by virtue of
Section 1L of an Act entitle, "An
Act to amend and consolidate tho
laws relating to tho Hawaiian Postal
Savings Bank," appioed tho 7th
day of Sept., lb'.)2, it is required that
at all times thoru shall bo retained
in tho Treasury as a special jeservo
to meet the demands of depositors
in tho Postal Savings Bank a sum
not less than ten (10) percent of tho
tleposits in such bank, on all deposits
up to an aggregate of $r0(),00().
2nd, and whereas, thoro is now no
such special reserve in the Treasury,
nor was there, at the time of tho
taking of ollico of Hor Majesty's
present Cabinet. Therefore bo it
Resolved, that tho Finance Com
mittee of this Honorable Houso bo
icquested, aftor consultation with
the said Cabinet, to devise ways and
means for the purpose of raising
such special tosorve, and also to pro
vide for amounts now duo ami to
become due on account of tho Ha
waiian Postal Savings Bank in such
manner as to said committee may
soom most advisable under tho pres
ent financial condition of tho Government.
At 10:1)3 on motion the Order of
tho Day caino on and the Assembly
proceeded with (he consideration of
items in Section 2 of the Appropria
tion Bill, in the Department of the
Addition to Honolulu Water
This was a deferred item and was
taken up in connection with tho re
port of (he special committee on
On motion of Noble Thurston the
item passed: Pumping plant and ap
Hilo Hospital, !j80.V.); passed at
A new item, Kohala. Water Works,
.S'1500, was introduced by Rep. Ka
mauoha and passed at that figure.
At 11:0."), by request of the Cabi
net and motion of Rep. Smith, recess
was had until 1 o'clock p. m.
A Chinaman is Sont to Vhoro He's
Boon Before, Many a Timo.
A Chinaman named Ah See with
the usual alias was arrested tho
othor day for violating Chapter 10,
Laws of 18S0, in Honolulu, within
ono month pal, by having no lawful
means of support, and by custody
of housebreaking implements.
A follow countryman testified in
(ho Police Court tliis morning that
on Tuesday of last week See caino to
his place and was permitted to sloop
on tho (loor. Tho iron tools which
woro exhibited in Court woro his
properly. Defendant caino out of
prison six months ago. W. Larson
testified that defendant was in pri
son once beforo for vagrancy and
four othor limes for chicken steal
ing. Ah See admitted being four
times in prison for different oifonses.
Also admitted owning tho imple
ments. Ho was sentenced to bo im
prisoned at hard labor six months.
ii - i
and Xnias !
B.F. ALLEN &C0.
Hobron. Newman & Co.
CO UN Hit KOltT
AM) KIN'H ST11KKTS.
PICNIC AT PAUOA.
The How Do You Like It Nino Enter
tain their Friends.
A layout in tho Hawaiian fashion
on a grand scale was given by tho
How Do You Like It baseball team
at tho residence of Charles Spencer
at Pattoa yesterday afternoon. Tho
boys had extended invitations to a
largo number of friends who eagerly
availed themselves of the opportu
nity for enjoyment. The long tables
woro loaded with a variety of dishes
prepared ii- tho Hawaiian fashion.
Thoro woro roast pig, fowls and
other tempting viands. Located in
tho centre was a huge cake artistic
ally prepared from Singer's Bakery.
On it was emblazoned tho name of
tho club. Beforo tho boys and their
friends sat down to tho repast, thoy
had their pictures taken. Aftor tho
luau pleasint social amusement was
kopt up till tho evening. Tho party
loft early in tho evening with happy
romembiancos of an enjoyable out-inir.
ThanbgiviiiK & (linslmas !
Delivered Dressed or Alive.
tf- Call ami in"ioi't at
"Waikiki Poultry Yard
Or impine of
C. V. MACK.VU1.ANK,
ut Mnefarlane A Co.'n, Kaalninianii t.
A Herd of Over Two Hundred Fed on Cooked Food
. KOlt THi: PAST SIX MONTHS IN
Elegant Ooiiclrtioii for tlie TEtTole !
We do not oiler Skeleton lllr.N for ale at $l."i0 n jiieee, but
Good Fleshy, Heavy Birds
Dressed. a-ncL Iced. IF HDesireci
AND DKMVr.llKl) T11K MOUNlSd Ol-' I1AY l'OK TSK
fc l.lve Weight of lltrds vnrjlng from 12 to '20 1h. -n
Prices to 3;u.it Every-Tooc!- !
FOR SALE BY
HENRY DAVIS & CO.
Office of 1). IT. Itimiham, Chief of Construction, World' n
Columbian Kxpoiition, 114-1 The llonkery, Chicago.
May 0, 1SD2.
M. A. SKIM miY PI.ATK CO.,
St Louis Mo'
My last order for Platen arrived very promptly) Pleaxe aceept
thanks for being no prompt.
I leiih io ntate, that ram uxiny your I'late.i exclusively for all
work done on these ground far the oilicial record of construction.
Of course comment by me m to the good iutliticx of the Seed
Plate are entirely unnecessary. - f J
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I try sincerely,
C. 1). A11X0L1),
A BBAVE RESCUE.
Two Ii.idib3 Nearly Drowned nt Wai
kiki. .Mrs. II. H. Hind came near drown
ing at Waikiki near Wright's bath
house on Saturday morning. Mrs.
Hind and Mis L. Brown, school
teacher, had been in swimming when
the former got into deep water and
was sucked down by an undercur
rent. She throw xi j her hands and
called for help. Miss Brown went
to hor assistance, when she, too, was
carried down by Mrs. Hind who had
grabbed her. Boys seeing tho pro
dicamont of the two women called
several nativon who assisted tho two
ladies ashoio. Mr. Hind regained
consciousness after two hours of
hard work, emetics and stimulants
having had to bo administered.
Miss Brown did not fare so badly.
Had it not been for tho timely as
sistance tho results to tho bathers
might hao been sorious.
Presents its Annual Arr.ivof
And give" no evidence of diminished .iiji
iily on nei'onnt of the cry of dull times,
hut meets the elmngedeonilitimi of things
by a lediietion of iniees in inany lines
through a .living ol Ameiii'.iu duties on
most Kurnpi'.iu (too.1. -that every well
regulated family must have. A visit to
106 Fort Street,
M r. V. M. Terry, who hits been in
the drug business at Iilkton, Ky., for
the pa.-t twelve years, says: "Cham
berlain's Cough Uoinedy gives bettor
satisfaction than any other cough
medicine 1 have over sold." There
is good reason for this. No other
will cure a cold so quickly; no othor
is so certain a preventive and euro
for croup; no other affords so much
relief in cases of whooping cough.
For salo by all dealers. Bonbon,
Smith tc Co., Agents for tho Hawaii
Suggested to a little visitor the thought
that "Santa Clans was going to live heie,"
thus recognising tho fact as well as name.
Itoll'er.s a variety for selection that must
be "-eeii to bo be aiteeinted. .
The soloction of HOOKS delayed en
unite -will he heie by return "Au.'tialia,"
but the line of
Booklets & Xmas Cards
The Seed Plates
aMimiiii.il i m
HOLLISTER & CO., DRUGGISTS,
109 Fort Street, - - - Hoiaoltolvi, H. I.
104 Fort Street, Honolulu.
an old one o. last ear's stoek
in the lot ; with
Calendars for 1833-:-
Are Attinetive, both
23- All orders i
for price and design,
arefully attended to.
A r S. J.BVY VI UU OJ'KN A DHY AND
!! I'aney Goods Store at No. "." Fort
stieut, "Melnerny llloek," on MONDAY,
November 2lnt, when he will be leaned to
hco his friends.
Honolulu, Nov. 11, 1ML. 571-lw
PICNIC and DANCK!
Have you tee a the AVic Hommi Saihes at Ar. S. Sachs' Stare?
J fare i,
Storef ; '
you seen the Sight downs that ure selling for $I.(M) at Sack
!llav you "' the AVic Art
Silh-i for Drapes and Fancy Work'
Hare you sfen the Man
I'air at Sachs' Store?
..I. I ..I.I.M..
I I lav yoii
xquetnirc l'ndri'si''il Kid Clovt'.i for $l.ot)
the Sew Sill; Striped and Polka Dot Chailles al
I Ho you know that the
i Iwa ys be found al Sachs' Start
Latest Sovetties and Mo.it
Sty I hit (loads can
BY VIHTUK OF A Wit IT OK KXKIHJ
tinn Issued out of the Kuiireme Court,
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Kill IIIU -int I1IIA .'I il'IM.-llllllll , J. i. iult,
ainst W. I'. Ai'lil, defendant, in favor of
. W. Wright, lilaintill, for, tho sum of
$ir.r.A0, I have levied ujion and shall ex
(xisii for Mile at the Police Ktation, In the
lllslricl of Honolulu. Island of Oahu. at 'l
o'eloel; of TIJKHDAY, the mil day of I
December, A. D. IrtU, to the highest bid
der, all the right, title and Interest of the
t-u id W. (', Aeni, defendant, In and to the
following property, unleMiwilil judgment,
inteiest, costs and my oxpeiihos bo pre
1,1st of property for wile!
All the right, titlo and interest of Miid
W. O. Aclii, in and to those pieces and
parcels of laud de-eribed as follows:
1 -liO-lOO of an iicio at Kalawalilno, Ho
noluln.'Oahu, and eonveji'd to said W, V,
Aehi, bv deed of llbhop ,t Co., April ),
1881), Ulicr 11'.', page.iril.
2 18-lOD of an ame at Kalawnhlne, Ho
nolulu, Oiihu, and con veied tobitid W. (.'.
Aehi, by deed of llila Kiuvaa, hlher IU7,
;i UJ, aeies nt Kap.mkea, Honolulu,
Oahu, and conveyed to Mild W. ('. Aehi,
bv deed of ham Chung Wo, Jan. HI, IfWl,
hlbur 113, page 'Jr.'.
I Haere.sat Kapaal.ca, Honolulu, Oahu.
and conveyed Io wild W. 11, Aehi, by deed
of Alary Hyde, l.iber 111. pigo 3.M.
5 :I7S aeres at Kealakoiuo, l'unn, Ha
waii, and conveyed to the mid W. ('. Aehi,
hv deed of Joe .Malm, Oct. 18, lbsS, l.iber
lis, page 88,
(I- r.'ij aoies in Kealakoiuo, I'uiia, Ha
waii, and conveyed to niM W. U. Aehi, by
deed of Wailehua,Ocl,t), 188s, and recorded
ill Liner 11H, p.lge li81.
(HAS. 11. WILSON,
Members of Lodge Le Progres
de FOceanie No, 124,
JIAVK DlICIDKi) TO (IIVK. A
Grand Picnic & Dance
On November 19, 1892
WE RECEIVED WITH OTHER GOODS
11Y I.AET STKAMKIt A KIT, I, IdNH OK
BLACK GrOODS I
lUui'k Cashmeie I'J-lnch widi
yard and upwards,
lllack India l.awn. Black Krench Lawn,
lllaek B.itteeu in I'luin and Kiguicd.
Itiaelv Calico in I'luin and Kiguicd.
, .'i0 cents per
lllaek, Cotton, hill: ami Kid (lloves in all
Itlack blockings for l.udie.s and Children,
lllack Silk Wnrii Henrielte Cloths,
Ihe., l!tc, Ktc, Ktc.
B. F. EHLERS & CO.'S, 99 Fort
gty Dressmaking under the inaiuigenient of Miss K. CLAItK, -7Q.Jb
Trains will Leavo Iho Dopot as Follows:
1:45, 3:00, 4:35, 6:30, 7 P. M.
Rbturnhuj will Leave tho Grove at 4:15,
0:15, 6:10, 0:00, 11:00.
Tioleets, - 331
t.Off Tickets for sale at llohrou, New
man iV i '08 linig blore, l.llte leo rream
l'arloi'M, llaunlj.in NowiJ Co.
VI. A. WALL,
NKW Kl IIST-CI.ASS KAMILY HATH- i
iii Itcport has been oneiied at al- i
MM under the above name by M us. K. O. !
ItouK, for the comfort and convenience of i
tho.e wishing to enjoy a mmi hath. It is
situated a little beyond the Villa. Tram
ciiis pass the gate. '
N. 11. Special iiirangemimth have been
made for Family Picnics and livening
ISirds at K apiece with
cages; an gouu Muaern, in ine -v
residence ol Mrs. T, W. Klein- j&
t I.'I . . .1 ... 'ir
MIL;, Mil IVIIIi; iUII'IH HCAl iiihh iu
.1. K. Howler's.
For Yokohama !
Tho Nippon Yuseu Kalslu's Steamship
" Yamasliiro Maru "
Will leuvo thii poit for Yokohama direct
on or about
ltf Kor particiilnr-i regarding Krelght
and l'.issago, apply to
W. G. Irwin & Co.,' L'd.,
rpilK ANNUAL MKKTINO OK THIS
X Union Keed Co,, 1,'d, will be held at
oiliee. wiicen slieet. on
the 1Mb iust., at 11 o'clock
K. li, V1DA,
I WUII 1 UK UllVI.IINXBNT
Box 40.'), -Mutual Tole, 110.
over Blshoji'a Haul;,
Horne, il years old i
Harness and Huddle,
any trial given. Also
l-n'iited Buggy and 1
I'lmetun, nearly now.
HUSTAOE & CO.,
"WOOD and COAL.
-a i. so
White and Black Sand
Which we will cell at thu Very, Lowest
Maiket Hates for Cash,
- Mutual A 14
Bell 414 - TELEPHONE
J- umns ol Interesting Ueadinglotter,
Islands, ?t; mailed to foreign cduntrici', JO,