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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PIIOM ANM) AKl'IMt OCTOlIKll 1, ISM.
Leave llunotitlu. .Oslo
Arrive Honolulu ,S:3"i
Leave Honolulu. . .
Ariivo lVarl City. .
Leave 1'eiirl Olty..ll:fM
Artlvo Honolulu. 7:30
.m. r.M. r.M.
S:15 1:15 4i3ot
():r7 !2:57 o::V1
io: 1:1 .1:1:5 nsiaf
11:55 1:53 0:30t
.... 5:10 ....
.... 5:18$ .
Sunday evoptrd. 1 Saturdays only.
8aturdti s oxeoplcd.
SATURDAY, DEC. 31, 1892.
SvTintnw, Deo. 111.
1 M H H l!io do .Innulro, fiom Hongkong
AiiihUtnu Iniitrnnl, Schmidt, fiom Xo-
castle, N H W,
Sc.hr l!ol)t Lewets fiom 1'ort Clamlilo
Slim- Kinau fiom Maui and Hawaii
iStlur Claudine fiom Maui and Hawaii
Stun- Kaala fiom Knlmktiaiid 1'imnluii
Kttnr hwilani fiom Kauai
Httnr Mokolli fiom Molokni
Htutr .lames Makeo fiom Knimi
ytmr C 11 Ilislinp from Kalmku
Htmr J A ('iiinmins fiom Koolau
Stmr Wniiiiaualo front Maui and Molokni
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
M S S Itlode Janeiio for Kan Francisco at
I! p 111
Vessels Leaving Tuesday.
Stmr Claudiuu for Maui nnd Hawaii alii
Sinn Kaala for W'aianae, Wnlnlua, Moku-
luia. Kalmku and l'unaluu.
Htmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p 111
Stmr Mikahala foi Kauai, at 5 p 111
Btmr .Ins MnU-o for Knnan at I p 111
Stmr Iwalaui for Kami I
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Kinau 1 hor-e, 2S5 bags potatoes. Ill
hags corn, lb bales wool and Kit pkgs
Stmr Ulaudiiic INSU bags sugar, 1I5" bags
potatoes, "." b.tgs tato, U) bags com, 75
bills' hides and 112 pkgs sundries.
l'lom Mauiand Hawaii ii?r ntmr Kinau,
Dee. HI Mist Helen W'ildei.Miss lata Wil
der, Wilder Wight, Master Allen .ludd,
Master John Tiney, Miss i; Ah Leo, Miss
1. Tidd, C H itieh.irdson, L .Inckman, V
S Maltbv, S T Alevnnder, Miss A E Hitch
cock, Miss MoLeod, Mrs 1) Mediegor, .1 V.
Miller, J Watt, Geo Nukapiiahi and II chil
dren, and 115 deck.
1'ioin Mani and Hawaii, ncr stmr Ohiti
dinc, Deo 111 W 0 l'.irkc, Hon 11 1) Wal
btidgo, Miss .lennic I'm Ice. Miss I. A
Jttuun, Master!) It Vida, Miss L Minei,
llros kouis, Allied and George, Master N
W Aluli. Manuel Bo.ues, Mis Von Temp-
sky, and 10 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Alameda, Moie, from San Kr.inoisco,
duo Jan II!
S S Mariposa, llayward, fiom the Colonies,
due ban. 12
Ger bail; II Hackfold fiom Livoriool, due
Am bkt l'lanter fiom l'ort Gamble
Haw bgt Douglas from San Krancisco
Vessels in Port.
U S S lloston, Wiltso, from Hilo
Am bktne Amelia, Ward, fiom l'oit Town-s-end
Am l-nistd schr Tiansit, .lorgenscn, fiom
Am bktne S X Castle, Hubbard, tiom San
Haw JSk Manna Ala, Smith, from New
castle, N 6 W
Am bktne K X Castle, Hubbard, fiom pan
llr bk Velocitv, Martin, fiom Hongkong
Am bkt Disco'very, McNeill, San Francisco
Ucrbk llylgia, I'l'ocgcr, Hongkong
Am bk S (' Alien, Thompson, San Kriin
LOCAL- AND GBWUKAL NllWS.
ll.rVv Nr.fl Yevr. t
Tlio Kinnit tliil not bring nay
sugar this trip.
Y. S. Alullby tlio t-yclisi returned
by tlio steamer Kinau this morning.
Chaplain I loos' furniture salo was
postponed this morning till Tues
day. Hon. 1. D. Wnlbridge arrived by
the steamer Clattdino from Maui this
Tlio City of Jio do Janeiro will
leave lo-inonow afternoon for San
.1. 11. Baienaba lias been appoint
ed Commissioner of Feiteos for Koo
Tim special meeting for ehildien
to-morrow will not be til (5:150 as the
P. C. A. stales.
There will bo a conceit al the Ha
waiian Hotel this evening, providing
it dousriiot rain.
.1. 11. Heist, formerly of Honolulu,
has left lliitarilari and gone to the
Monday will be observed as a pub
lie holiday and all Government
olliees will be elosed.
It is not the Y's that are going to
hold the New Year's reception. The
1'. C. A. makes a mistake.
The ease of fetor Quinn, charged
with maiming, will be heard in tlio
Police Court on Wednesday next.
The regular monthly meeting of
tlio Pioneer Building iV: Loan Asso
ciation will bo held on Monthly evening.
The Sons of St. George f will hold
a social and dance at their hall on
Monday evening net, 2nd January,
The interest of Mr. Fctdinaud
Sehlosingor and S. Lessor in tlio linn
of M. Phillips & Co. has ceased by
Mr. C. .)7 McCarthy, Cleric in the
Legislature, requests all accounts
against the Assembly to bo present
ed befoio January fith.
Handsome caloudats for JSD.'J have
been rocehod from Castle & Cooke,
agents Now England Insurance Co.,
and the llawaiiau Ua.olto Co.
A special meeting of the Oahu
liailway & Land Co. will bo held in
the Chamber of Commerce room on
Tuesday morning tit JO o'clock.
A foreclosure salo of certain land
at Noith Kona, Hawaii, which was
to have taken place on Monday, litis
been postponed until Pol). Kith.
Sttuniuv, Deo. 01, JS92.
The Assembly convened at U
o'clock for prayer bv Chaplain Wni
ainati, Piesident Wnllter in the
chair. At !b'20 the minutes of Hie
previous meeting wore lead by Secre
tary McCarthy and Interpreter "Wil
cox. iMinutes npprooil.
No delay was had and the Order
of the Day was moved al (.):'2fi bring
ing up on third reading Bill 1 17, re
lating to the importation and sab' of
opinion. Action wasdeferiod on ac
count of the absence of the intro
ducer, Hep. Ashfoid.
Hill Ul, to authorize tlio Minister
of the Intoiior to lake possession of
certain real estate in Wniluku for
the use of the Wniluku Water
Works, came up on third leading.
Noble Walbridgo opposed the bill.
Noble Cornwell faored the bill.
Noble Young considered that
there was something indefinite about
the bill. He favored reference to
tlio Minister of the Interior for in
vestigation anil to report at the next
liep. Edmonds did not believe in
the pioposed delay. He favored the
bill passing. Moved the previous
question and that the ayes and nays,
be taken 011 tlio moliou to refer to
the Minister of the Interior.
The bill was not referred by a
vole or 'J;J to in.
On motion the bill passed, 21 to
Under suspension of the
Minister Wobinson pioonlod
swots to questions asked by
Ashford, with roynid to the
Thn raiding of the bill wns finish
ed al I'iinli, and on motion pnwd
its thltd loatliug. A motion to 10
eonider the ote was lost.
Al PJiRS tht Awmbly adjourned
until Tuesday, January Hid, at '.) a.m.
(liiatur of Mr. K. S. Pratt as Her Ha
At 7 o'clock this evening the lucky
numbers will capture the doll and
dross goods on exhibition in M. S.
Levy's window for tlio past two
The W. 0. T. U. will hold a New
Year's lecoption from 1 1 a. 111. to !5
p. 111. at tho Y. M. C. A. parlors on
Monday. All gentlemen aio cor
dially invited to call.
Mr. Eokaidt, purveyor, on behalf
of tho patients of tho Queen's Hos
pital, desiios to thank Mr. J. Sluinoi
of the Elite Ico Cream Parloin for a
lieat of ico cioain sent thorn.
Tho cook of the baikenlinu Ame
lia, a white man, chopped tho index
linger of his loft hand nearly oil' this
afternoon. Ho went nshoio and had
tho wound dressed by Dr. McLonnan.
A water main was discharging on
Alapai stioot this morning, boroio it
was stopped cutting away a lot of
the iloid Board' now "work, near
the Portuguese Benevolent Society's
MissMaryA.Lylo of the I3olu; tin's
business ollice, litis contributed some
interesting sketches of life and
.scenery in the Hawaiian Islands to
College Journal, San Kran-
The bark JInrvrMur at Hilo after dis
charging will wait for a cargo of ugar.
Tlio Hteamer Claudine ariived this morn
ing from Maui anil lepoits H. W. winds
and plenty of rain. Brought (IS,i(l bags su
gar. Tho schooner Anna arrived at Maui
from Kan Kraucisco on Thursday.
Ariived Dec. II, stmr. Kinau fiom Ho
nolulu; 7, stmr Hawaii fiom Honolulu,
utmr Kiliuiea Hon fiom Honolulu; !), stmr
Kinau from Hilo; II, stmr Kinau fiom
Honolulu; 20, htmr Kinau from Hilo, htmr
Kilauea Hon fiom Honolulu; -I, stun Ki
nau fiom Honolulu; :;u, htmr Kinau from
Sailed Nov. ''!), schr Kaulkeaouli for
Honolulu; Dec. II, stmr Kinau for Hilo
and way ports; 7, stmr Hawaii for ilaiuu
kua, Btmr Kilauea Hon for Hilo; II, htmr
Kinau for Honolulu; II, htmr kinau foi
Hilo; 'JO, Mini- Kinau for Honolulu, Htmr
Kilauea Hon for Haumkua: 'J, htmr Ki
nau for Honolulu; :;o, htmr Kinau for
See tho now F.loral Sots tit Benson,
Smith it Co.
Boot Hour on draught at Henson,
C. ,1, McCaithy has lots on Liliha
street for sale.
Porf tunes in groat variety at Bon
son, Smith it Co.
Now ideas in Perfumes for holiday
pio.souts al Benson, Smith it Co,
After shaving use Cucumber Shin
Tonic. Benson, Smith it Co., Agents.
Sunburn ioliovod al onco by Cu
cumber Tonic, Bonbon, Siuit h it Co.,
Dr. McLennan, till Koit shoot,
above Hotel. Chiouie and Sugical
cases, Mutual Telephone liS2,
Tho Honolulu Dairy have put in a
Creamery will delier fitiah ercain
morning or afternoon to suit cus
tomers. Mechanic' lloiuo, Wlaml (il Hotel
Btruut. Lotlgiug by day, wuuk or
month 25c. and W). a night SI
and SI ,'2T a week.
Chas. Peterion, tho lookout man
al Diamond Head, desires to thank
Mrs. T. K. Walker for a package and
Airs, binger Tor ;i cake, hesule.s tlio
niorchaiits and master mariners who
contributed to his Christmas box.
Aiau pleaded guillj to larceny in
the Police Court this morning, and,
being tin old ouuudor, was given (K)
days on the reef. Ah Yum, another
thief, was given a thirty days .sen
tence for a Now Year's gift.
'Twenty-one witnesses have been
subpo'iiaed for the trial of .1. Costa
and wife, of Kona, Hawaii, live in
this city and .sixteen in Kona. Tlio
case will come up on Jan. 1th at the
Hilo term. Deputy Atlornoy-Oon-oral
G. K. Wilder will piosocute.
J list ice Dole of t ho Supreme Com t
has had his quarters changed to the
chamber formerly occupied by tho
late Justice McCully. 11 is vacated
room will be occupied jointly by the
two Judges of the new Circuit Couil
of Oahu yet to bo appointed.
The morning contemporary of the
Btiu.niiN publishes an article mi the
amount of woik done b a composi
tor who litis attained his sixtieth
year asa"iiigorof antimony." This
might have been coiisidoicd phe
nomenal in ''ancient times," but in
the modern race for .supremacy, ho
simply is "not in it." Our Boy Jim,
with only (i years' experience, can
give him points.
waiian Majesty's Cousul-Uunennl for
Pacific Coast, and as follows:
(1) Under date of Doc. 2 1 si, Hon.
F. S. Pratt writes announcing the
receipt by him o'l tho following tele
gram: Washington, Dec. 20, 1S.)2.
F. S. Pratt, llawaiiau Consul-Gon-ral,
Exequatur giantod -seventeenth
papers about ready, will mail
I hem. Moit Smith.
(2) Tho following information is
given. Tho Department forw aided
the commission of Hon. F. S. Pratt
iis Consul-General at San Francisco
to His Ecy. J. Molt Smith at
Washington on Oct. I'.Hh, with in
stiuctions to procuie the exequatur
nnd forwaid it to San Kranoioco. In
a despatch dated Washington, No.
I fth, it is staled that l lie commis
sion of lion. F. S. Piatt is in hand.
As we hao so lecently obtained tho
exequatur of Mr. J. B. Malholui,
as Vico-Coiisul, at tho cost oT some
courtesy on tlio part of the State
Dopaiiment, for its immediate issue,
J have delayed asking for the
exequatur for Mr. Pratt until 1 am
notified of his anial in San Fian-
cisco irom tlio consulate. j in&
course will not cinhnriass Mr. I 'rat I
in his ollicial functions at till, as 1
can notify him by telegtaph of the
issuing of the exequatur.
(.'5) By the piovious answers it will
bo seen that Hor Majesty's Ministor
tit Washington acted upon his own
responsibility and contrary to tho
instructions of my piedoco-.-or, Hon.
Samuel Parker, who on the same
date (Oct. It)) instructed Vice-Consul
Maholm to tolegiaph to Mr. J. Molt
Smith tho appointment of Hon. K.
S. Piatt. By a tolegiam fiom Bos
ton, dated Nov. 10, His Excellency
informed the Vice-Coiistil that the
commission had been received.
Under suspension oT the rules
Bop. Ashfoid gave notice and read
for tho fust time a bill (2:57.), to pro
vide for a subsidy for steam mail.
lroight and pnssongor sorvico be
tween Honolulu and the ports of
Oiegon, Washington and British
Noble AYillianis, fiom the Print
ing Committee, reported BiTls li'SIS,
21! 1 ''.'iriand 2;17 orinted.
U I53- order of the Piesident tho
Upiitm lull now came up lor con
sideration on third leading.
Hep. Smith, after a few sections of
the Bill had been read, moved inde
finite postponement, for tho purpose
of saving time.
The tive.s and nays weio taken on
the motion to indefinitely postpone
the bill, showing a result as follows:
Ayes -Minister Jone; Nobles Eua,
Pot orson, Kauhanoi and Voting; Kops.
'Wnipuilnui, losepa, Smith and A. S.
Noes Ministers Wilcox and ilo
binsou; Nobles Beigor, Hopkins,
Fun, Williams, Mailo, Hind, Hoapili,
Marsden, Cornwell, Walbridgo, An
deison, McBrvdo, Raima and Dioior;
Beps. Wilder, Bipikaue, Ashfoid, I
Aki, Pun, Kaulii, U. W. Wilcox, Na
wahij.Kniiuauinno, Knpahu, Nuhinti,
Kaninuolm, While, Kanetilii, Ed
monds and Ak-na -!(2.
Absent Minister Brown; Nobles
Cummins, .1. M. Horner, Baldwin,
W. Y. Horner and Thurston; Heps.
Bush, Koahoti, A. Homer and Ka
luua. The bill was then lead through by
the Clerk ami the Interpreter.
The reading of the bill was pro
coodod with to section 18, at which
point a motion was made to adjourn
until Tuesday morning, at '.I o'clock.
A running file of objection and
counter objection ensued, during a
1 pause in which Minister Wilcox an-
' nouueed that Bill l.'S'.l, to amend the
Lied ion Law, ami Bill 201, relating
Throo Burglarious Acts 111 a Single
The Merchant's Exchange Saloon,
tit Nuuaiui ami King it reels wni
entered last night and two big Palm
tree bottle's of gin taken. Entrance
was oH'colod by a door on the King
.it toot side, the lock being probed.
The robber then drilled a hole about
tlio size of a half-dollar in tho iron
door leading into the private room
and main saloon. It was a tough
job. and when finished was not big
enough for the purpo-e. The inten
tion was evidently to probe the lock
but it had to be abandoned. The
intruder then went to the iron door
leading into the slote-tooin in tho
back and turned tho lock, showing
that lu wtis familiar with its woik-
ings, as there was no handle, to it..
The gin was taken fiom the room. J
Fiom heie the thief went into tlio
barber shop adjoining, thiough a
wile netting window. In the barber
shop lie secured a 12-st ringed guitar,
ii new black coat, ' neckties, 2 col
lars and .'1 labors.
Louis Klenimc, bar keeper, closed
the saloon at 1 1 sO o'clock and no
ticed two suspicious oharaetois on
the opposite side of the street.
An unsuccessful attempt was made
to enter the Bee Hive saloon some
time last night. A mud ball was
thrown -at a window on the makai
side of the building which bioko a
pane oT glass-. A hand was reached
in and the catch unfastened and the
lower window laiscd. Tlueo strong
bats iicioss the inside obstructed
the entrance of tho would-be bur
glars, and they made an attempt at
another window, but failed to raise
it. This is the third lime that an
attempt has boon made to enter this
place within the past two mouths.
I5arl in the evening the presence
oT tin intiuder was discocied in tho
thing rooms, over a Chinaman's stoio
at Queen anil Uiohaids streets. Find
ing himself liable to captuto he
boiled, escaping by way ot tho ver
anda to the ground.
The Event of the Season !
WHAT J.S THE EVENT? WHY THE LATE IMPORTATION OE
i Christmas Novelties
WHICH AKHIVKD OX THE "AUKTUAL1A, " AND NOW ON EXHIBITION AT
1 04 Fort St.
ISTe-vv I 3NTo"vel I Inexpensive I
For Molul, l'lush mid Celluloid, Toilet iintl Munioiuo
Per Fiincj Silk, llumlp.iiulctl, Jeweled nnd Kuibroidurc.il Chair Drupes
Kor Pure Linen, Ten, Tiay, Table and Siilulio.ini Covers nnd Hope Floss
For Novelties in llundpuitilcd Funs and Handkerchief S.tchuts
For Fine Leather lliiml Bigs, Curd Cuics und u World's Fuir Purso
Foi Ladies' Fine Puiusols nnd Gent's Good Silk Umbrellas
For Childien's C.ishmure nnd Silk Co.it1, Silk Huts, Silk und Muslin Bonnets'
Kor Undressed Mousqtiotniro Kid Gloves, l.iu shades; reduced to $1.00
For Gent's Silk Neglige Shiits, Windsor Scurfs and Silk I'ujumai
Kor I.:idies' Clullon Scarfs and ChiU'oii Handkerchiefs in delicate shades
Immense Variety at Excpliontilly Low Prices.
gjT CWA. AT SACHS'.
gjg- CALL- AT SACHS'.
SJST CAbb AT SACHS'.
SJ0- CALL AT SACHS'.
gjBT CALL AT SACHS'.
gjST CALL AT SACHS'.
gjBT CALL AT SACHS'.
r CALL AT SACHS.
0 CALL Al' SACHS'.
10- CALL AT SACHS'.
- A LAIiGK ASSORT.MKNr OF
s Uaiiuy vjolored lSorder ilandlcercluel.s :a UUu.,
MOHE JAPANESE ATROCITY.
A Fiona at Hmm Chops His Wife
Down and then KiIIh Himself.
Tho steamer Claudine bi ings news
of a piobablo wife minder tit liana,
ilaui, 011 Wednesday, followed by ,
the suicide of the uoiicido. A .lap- I
;meso in a (it oT jetdousy tried to'
slash his wife's head oil with a cane
knife. When his act became gener
ally known to the Japanese on the
plantation, they made a rush for the
man, intending to lynch him. Tho
niurdoier escaped into tho cane
lield, wheie he committed suicide
by severing his windpipe, his body
being found next morning. The wo
man w; ;is still alive when the steam
er left, but she was not expected to
live. I lieie was a Inghttiil gash
aeios-, the neck, which was sewed up
by a surgeon.
Yesterday evening theio was quite
a large audience in the Kaumukapili
Chinch to witness tho Chiistmas
festival of the Sunday school. No
doubt moie would hao been present
had the weather not been so stormy,
Mrs, IS. F. Dillingham had charge of
the exercises which opened with a
selection 011 tho large organ by Mr.
Wrny Taylor. Appropiiato hymns
Were sung by tho Sunday school,
and also the Knumakapili choir.
Between the singing the pupils were
culled up and on the hi cast of each
was pinned a ro&oltu by Mrs. Dil
lingham. The also received a
Christinas card. But the most iuto
icstiug feat 1110 was the building up
of a lighthouse on the pulpit plat
form by Mr. W. C. Wei'don. 11 was
in sections made of hoops and wall
paper. Everything fitted snugly
and when tho interior was lit up by
electric light the effect was most
beautiful. It was a perfect model
of a lighlhou-0 ami a credit to Mr.
Wccdou's ingenuity. On the fiont
was tho woid 'Saiuaku." A Tier the
benediction by Dr. Hyde the audi
$1.00, .2f) and $J.o0 per dozen.
Ladies' and Children's Nicely Embroidered White Handkerchiefs
(best value ever ou'cicd) ut 20c, Sfic. und '!fio. each.
Beautiful Embroidered Puro Linen Handkerchiefs, also Mexican Drawn "Work and
.Elegant Real Lace, Just Opened for the Holiday Trade.
gjS Ladies would do well to inspect our Stock hcfoic making tluir selections elsewhere. .oTg
Oiilw Railway ffi bud Co,
TUP GUI utsr
WONDER OF MODERN TIMES!
-wimir, wii.i. m: a siT.rm. mi:i:t-
1111; ut tlio StocUioldms (if tlio Oahu
Kuihwiy .V Land Comiuny held at tlio
Cliamliur of Cniiunuirc, hi Honolulu,
On TUESDAY", Jan. 3, 1893,
AT II O'l'l.OCK. A. .M.,
Touonsiilor the iiuustiou of incrciisini' tlio
issiio of Now lloiuls, initlioiliiil ut tlio j
niuctini; of Stuukholilurs lichl on Nov. i,
Is'J.'. V. (1. A.SHU0Y,
Jloiiohilu, Jlcc. :.'!), ls'JJ. iil"l-yt I
PILLS & OINTMENT.
purify the lllood, rorrcit all PibOitlers of the
Liver, Stomal Ii, Iulius, and lloucls. Tliey
iiiMKorate and rsi.H to health Dcl.11IttaU.1l
Con-,tiliitiiiiis, and an iualuahlc 111 all Com
plaints inciikiital to 1 cmalca of all ages.
For SAN FRANCISCO. I
Till'. Al MM'.VMMUl' I
A TTCSHTO A T .T A I" '
wii.i. i.i;avi: iioxoi.im.l'
ton Tin. i.or I'onr on
Wednesday, January 4tli,
The iiiidei'sinned are now prepared to
issnu Tliroil(;h TieUetn from this eity Io till
points 111 the United Mate.
is an .infallilile remedy for Ihil Legs Had
liieasts. Old Wounds Sole-, and I Iters. lror
Sore Tlnoats, Ilroiulntts, Coughs, Colds,
Gout, Klieiiniatism, (.landular Swellings, and
all Skin Dt-iase, it has no equal
Maniifauurul only at l'rofes-or I Iom.ovay's
7S, Ni;wr OXIOKI) STUEI.T, LONDON,
Late 533, U.r.i!D SiKEbi,
FOR, SALE BIT
HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street, - - - "Eloiaolial-a, H. I.
Tor fnrllier particulars re
or I'ussage apjdy to
1.1. ri:nsoNK HAVixti accounts
1 iiKUinst tho l,oe;islatio Ax-unihly are
reitnisUMl m present the same to tho iindur
sii'iied on or befoio .IANUAI" V ft, lhU.l.
C. .1. .M.t'AIIT.llY,
Legislative Hull, Dcolll, I ML'. Olll-Ot
COPARTNliRSHIP NOTICE. !
Tin: ixti:iu:st in thi: pikm okm. I
J riilllips.v. Co. of Mr. reidlmilid sullies- !
Iiikoi' mid Mi. Niliiiiinn l.oss(.r niarui
this duv I iv liiiiitiition. The luinineHs will
tin eoniliiued a.s In retoforu l,j Mr. Murks
Ijroen and Mrs. Ninth l'lilllhis, who now
eoimtitiite the -aiil linn. Theodore I',
kniisliiu und Marune I'lnllipj lire uteh
anthoilud 10 Aiguour (inn naiiieh, sicclul
power of attornt , Mi. Laiising aeting its
Slanager. M. I'll 1 l.l.l I'n A. Co.
llonohilu, II I., Ihv. 11, I ML'. lllVJw
Wiu. G. Irwin & Co., Ltd.,
011-tit Oeneral Agents.
! " Tlio World Do Movo."
H.wiNfi sr.cuur.i) thi: xr.w v.v
ior Launch "Nellie" I am propuied
to Cany 1'assengern to all liartu of the
Ilailior. Hilperior Aecoiiiinodalion, IJuiek
Ttmii ami at no Ineiease In I'aro. Can he
found al the rioverninent lloat Landing
whim not engaged,
lii'-'-lin L. M. .lOIIN.sON.
On New Year's Eve
A Handsome Embroidered Dress
Mltri. HtJDAXr.T WOULD A8K ALL
indebted to her up to tlio end of litis
ear to BCltlo their icspeelivn iieeotutts liy
.'laniiitry uu, imm. Ii0s-Im
60 cent a month,
ll'you woiihl like an opportunity to
Dress, buy a Hill of (Jood.s for CASH
amount of Fivo Dollars,
out. all about it.
and you vi
SELLING OFF ! '- Beautiful ooii
SuUvttii fur Ike Jkitly UMnUu, 50
Tlu llnwaiiaii lliinlwniu Coiii)iiny
holioviw two iliing.s, iii'i'osstiry to it
batihfadory anil jiroiitalilu l)tisinoh:
;i wdII btDultod btort) .so Hint por-ons
ar) not oliligt'd to luavo tlio ktoro
without Ikiwii tlioir wauls, witihliud,
and thu judiuioiiis uo of printmV
ink. Tint -ulvi'B of tlio it on an) nl
wny uiowdcd with uwifitl artiolus
and (Joiupuiiy'n -.totohutuws pni'kud
from lloor to wiling, .hint wluuu
l)nv will pul tho ton of ((outl
wit foh airhud on thu Uiniond and
Aiutnilin i a quuntiiui Unit in nt
.liug tliuiiiiiungiii'iiiulhU inwuUuit.
60 mhUi u mouih,
to dutius, had lii-nn pionontud tvotur
day to tho Qui'oii for hjmialtiri), 'l'hi:
Aniiropriatiou Hill had liuuu priwuut-i-d
.Motions to adjourn and alo to
talio a ict!ith until l:!'Up, in. wuio
put and lot.
Thi) ruiiiliiitf of tint bill wan pro-i-iiudwl
At 12:15 a motion wan nmtlu und
uarriiHl to auHpoud tho rulo forbid
Aflor wHitioit 88, lUp. I'ua utovml
thu addition of an tuin-uduiwiit, vi.,
a iiuw Miution, No. Hj), piovUiing for
thu oniployuuiut of Umtuawl uui'
Uuuur to Mill tlui prujUMttxl lux)Uon
wul tiuit tlwonutmiimliiu aludl out w-
Commencing January 3, 1893.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced Pite-FOR CASH !
All Frices Marked in Plain Figures !
"Will also be 'ivt'U away
buy (Joodh to tlu amount of Three
and you will have the chance to
at the same tiino;
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tT3 The oiJiiurtuuiiv i now olTcret
to Order ueifeet lit iiUanililecd and niinle o
( I I Itldls
i a ill nil) ( Mf if liiiio
U at Lowi-r I'ricts than Ii.ih i ir been olTered in this
b. F. :e:e3:l:ei:r,s &d oo.
S3 PORT STrS.EJEJ'T.
Attractions in Elegant Goods for the Holidays!
t B3?" Jiipiiiuit Silk and Crepm, at very low prices,
g G7oi und llamU-vrchic llaxcn, Tuilet und Manicure Sets,
Work liujrti, Dull, ltc, Kir., all uld reyu allow uf'vott.
'$3? LudUa' and Jm' Tuilurmudr JuclvU, mm j?.y up,
jy lUadtd Silk, Utack Capes, ut yuur uwn pric-e.
i3f ''a, lluiry ami llantlktrcki in yrmt mrUlM
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