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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
FRIDAY, FEB. 10, 1893.
Tiiukshay, Feb. '.(.
S S Monowai, Carey, from the Colonies
Friday, Feb. 10.
S S Mariposa, Haywanl, from San Fran-
USS Mohican, 12 days from San Francisco
Haw strnr Clauiline, ( .unci
L'ron, from ban
Stmr I.ikelike from Maui and Hawaii
Fkiiiay, Feb. 10.
O A 0 S S Helgic, V H Walker, for San
UBSi Monowai, Carey, for San FrunvKco
Stmr W G Hall for Maui and Hawaii
Stmr T.ikelike for Maui and Hawaii
OSS Mariposa, Hayward, for the Colonies
lit 12 o'clock midnight
Sehr I.iiioliho, for Makaweli
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
llrit blc Scottish Wi'ard, for San Francisco
tysj'r IVlo for Makaweli
From San FraneiM'o, per OSS Maiinosa,
Feb 10 For Honolulu: O liossc, S S Cnain
berlain and wife, Miss Clark, .Indue J M
Davidson, Cnpt U F Day, Dr F It Day, Mrs
II AV Deacon, Master jicacon, Mrs .1 F Kl
liott, Miss Elliott, Mr.s .1 II Golilthwaite,
Miss M (J floldthwaite, V M Hatch, li W
Hebbard, Thos J Higgins and wife, F G
Hume and wife, Mrs 1, C .ludd, Miss Judil,
Miss A K Knapp, Geo Lyeurgis, 1) Mason
and wife, M I. Miner, Miss Minnie Morris,
Miss Charlotte Koper, M Vamales, X Vcr
steeg, C B Washburn, V W Naughton, Y
S Smith and 11 in the steerage. For Apia:
A F Tandler. For Auckland: D K Drown,
WFlturileUn, Mr.s W G Harrison. For
Sydney: F C Hloonier and wife, li S Fair
child, Mrs II Fairchild, James McCulloeh
and wife, T W Reynolds, Frank Ricliards,
W Walker and wife, W II Wilson, A .f
Wright and Ui in the steerage.
From the colonies, per USS Monowai,
Feb!)-.T It Whitney, S X Dell, It () Scott,
G von Rochow and .'( second class. 151 in
From Kahuku, per stmr V R iiislxjp,
FehS Cecil Drown and C D Wilson.
For San Francisco, per S S Monowai, Feb
10 T J King, MrDraseh, Rev Curtis, K K
Kaufman, Miss Harris, Miss Pope, Geo It
Dergcr, 11 It Hutchings, George I.oud. Cunt
AV Matsoij, A D Klweil, Dr Chas K Make,
C M Iielshaw and wife, .1 J I.ennov, J I'ev
nolils, J W Hunter, I W Reede, M D-eornu
and son and 10 in the steerage.
For San Francisco, per bk Scottish Wiz
ard, Feb 10 Win Kudie, Andrew F.adio,
JohnHowat, Mrs ('apt Ross and lichildren
For the Colonies, per OSS Mariposa,
Feb 10-Julin Davis, F R M S, Col A Swin
ton, Mr Haininerslov, Mr. and Mrs WG
For Maui and Hawaii, tier stmr W G
Hall, Feb 10 .Tas Walsh and wife, Mr.s
Kapa, II T Haysolden and ."0 deck.
Foreign Vessels Expected.
Am l-inasted sehr Lyman I) Foster, Drver,
from Newcastle, X S W
Am 4-masted sehr Puritan, Warner, from
Newcastle, N S W
H It M H Garnet, from Alcapulco, now due
IT S 8 Ranger, from Sun Francisco
USS Adams, from San Francisco
USS Alliance, from Samoa, now due
Am bk 0 I) Dryant. .lacobson, from San
Francisco, due Feb Kith
Am bktne S G Wilder, Griillths, from San
Francisco, due Feb iltli
Am 4-mstd sehr Alice Cooke, i'enhallow,
from Newcastle, X S W
Am 4-mstd sehr I'uritan, from Newcastle,
Haw hk Lady I.ampsoti
r o w
Mis hkt Morning Star fiom
uuo .May i.
llrshii Honolulu from Newcastle, X H W
Dr bk i'acora from Liverpool, duu .Ian ,".0
The Dritish lurk .Scottish Wianl. ('apt.
Alexander Ros, cleaicd at the Custom
House to-day for San Francisco with l'.',.'i!il
lings sugar shipped liv C. Ilrewer A1 Co;
'-'ill bags do, by T. JI. D.ivies - Co. and
13,7110 bags do, by aiiothe
cargo, ;!,;iii."i,,i'is pounds.
lt III m. Weight of
The S S Monowai took Hie following
shipments to Hun I'nuicisco: 'J.I.M hags u
gur shipped bv W (I JiuinA Co; 10 lio.cs
pineapples, .loliu Klihwill; I boxes pgeeup
plcs, I G Caiimiliios; ;','i"i iiiielis liinminis .1
diiKllva; ass tin. J mt Shaw; ail do, G I.v
curgus; KlL'ilo, Campbell, Marshall iV i o.
Domestic value, fll,:7.
The German hark II Hackfeld has been
docked at JIiuuci'm whiuf. she is lMJday
from Liverpool with gcucial iiicrchaiiiil-Y.
1 To tho PatronB of tlio California
Our Manager, T. J. King, goes to
the Coast on the .Monowai February
(I, IH'J.'I, on business for the linn. We
hope that parliim owing us will
make it couveiiiuiit to settle up their
accounts on or before tho above
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Diamond Head, 15 p. m. Woalhor
clotuty; wind, light north.
Thoro will bo mooting of tlio
Legion of Honor this evening.
The Union steamship Monowai
loft .shortly after noon to-day.
The Mariposa leaves at 12 o'elouk
to-night. Tho mail will close at 7.
Tlio S. S. Bolgio did not loavo last
night as announced, but sailed to
day. Tho Mariposa had on board a
1100 lb. anchor for tho U. S. S. Alli
ance. The Mariposa brought stores for
the U. S. ships Boston, JJangor and
II. B. M. S. Hyacintho is tho only
British warship at Esquiinalt at
Tho quarterly meeting of tho
Union heed Co. will take place on
H. B. M. S. Daphne arrived at
Apia, Samoa, on January 2iith from
Tho S. S. Claudino made tho pas
sage to San Francisco in 8J days
Pilot Loron.un brought tho S. S.
Monowai alongside tho wharf in lino
shape last night.
Judgo J. M. Davidson returned by
tho Mariposa to-day from an extend
ed visit abroad.
Mr. F. M. Hatch returned by tho
S. S. Mariposa to-day from a ilying
visit to tho Coast.
H. B. M. S. Garnot left Acapulco
on January 7th for this port, conse
quently sho is hourly duo.
Tho S. S. Claudino from San
Francisco was telephoned off Wai
nianalo at 1:15 o'clock this after
noon. Purser Thos. Smith, tho gonial
purser of the S. S. Mariposa, has tho
thanks of the Bulletin for news
Tho S. S. Monowai for San Fran
cisco took a mail of 3205 letters and
21(11) papers. Tho Bolgie did not
take an mail.
Tho U. S. ships Mohican, Adams
and Ranger have all been or
dered to Honolulu. Tho Mohican
L. J. Levoy has received a largo
quantity of Ripley Queen pineapple
plants by the o. b. Monowai winch
lie oilers for sale.
Tho S. S. City of Peking was nine
days overdue from Yokohama and
Hongkong when the S. S. Mariposa
left San Francisco.
Captain B. F. Dav arrived by the
S. S. Mariposa to-day to assume com
mand of tho cruiser Boston in place
of Captain G. C. Wiltse.
William and Andrew Eadie, mem
bers of the Scottish Thistle Club,
will leave by the bark Scottish Wiz
ard to-morrow for San Francisco.
Everybody is cordially invited to
attend tho billiard contest between
Howo and Kcohokalole, for tho
championship of Honolulu, at tho
Brunswick Parlors this evening.
Miss Pope, teacher in Kawaiahao
Seminar', left to-day for San Fran
cisco on tho S. S. Monowai. She
wont as companion to Miss Harris,
a co-teacher, who is in poor health.
Tho editor of this paper had a
midnight call from Mr. Edmund
Mitchell of tho Melbourne Age, on
his way by the Monowai to represent
that great paper at tho World's
Carvalho, tho Portuguese who as
saulted his wife as reported yester
day, was arrested. About half an
hour afterward tho wife with tears
in hor oyes pleaded for tho man's re
lease. Ho Avas discharged.
The new Hawaiian band, compos
ed largely of Portuguese, gave their
lirst concert at tho Hotel yesterday
evening. Considering the fact that
tho boys have had but eight days'
practice, they did remarkably well.
A sailor named A. Gordners as
saulted Captain Calhoun yesterday
ou board tho bark Ceylon with a
wrench. Instead of presenting his
assailant the captain is endeavoring
to settle tho matter between them
selves. The Bi'i.u:tin ollico has been visit
ed by Mr. C. E. Washburn of tho
San Francisco bureau of the Asso
ciated Press. Mr. W. S. Smith of
tho Chronicle and Miss A. E. Knapp
of the Call, who have coino hero to
write up tho situation.
Tho Hags at tho U. S. Legation
and Consulate-General and ou tlio
U. S. cruiser Boston were placed at
halfmast on receipt of the news of
the death of Hon. James G. Blaine,
tho distinguished political leader
and statesman of the Republic,
Dr. W. T. Monsarrat, Veterinary
Surgeon, has a special card in this
issue, to which owners of stock will
do well to tithe heed. At his in
lirmary on King street ho has the
best of accommodations ami appli
ances for the comfort and cure of
his dumb patients,
Dr. Mark L. .Miner, veterinary sur
geon, has arrived from Haverhill,
.Mass., by the Australia, lie intends
to locate in Honolulu, and is staying
for the present with his brother! Dr.
F. L.Miner. He in a graduate of
the Chicago Veterinary College, but
has also taken courses at .Montreal
and New York.
Dr. Henri .Met! row tied his hor.-e
and bugg.v to a post outside Mr.
Chilton's ' Imiber shop ostorduy
afternoon, A man coming along
with a bin on his shoulder scared
the horse, which bolted and tore the
post down. It struck the man and
Inn I him rather seriously about the
shoulder. The horse irndo a ilash
across the street, nearly going
through Walerhousu's wiiiilow,
JOHN ENA SAFE.
Wont Around tho Capo of Good Hopo
Wagos of Soamon.
The Hawaiian ship John Ena,
Captain Schnnuor, arrived January
l from Cardiir wit ha coal cargo aft or
a long trip of UHidays. Owing to bad
weather tho course of tho ship was
changed so as to como via tho Capo
of Good Hopo. Koinsuranco on tlio
vessel was oflootod lately at rales
ranging from 15 to 25 percent. Tho
John Enn is a now ship built on tho
Clyde for Captain James Johnson
nn'd other in this city. Sho sailed
from Cardiir on August 18th. On
September Kith, white tacking ship,
John West, tho chief ollicor, drop
pod dead from heart disease. His
remains were buried at sea. On
October Kith, when near Capo St.
John, a lorrilic gale was encounter
ed which gradually increased to a
hurricane. Sails were blown away
and tho decks Hooded with water.
After six days attempting to round
tho Horn it, was decided to tnko the
Tlio heavy weather continued.
While tho ship was on tho starboard
tack tho wind suddenly veered
around and tho big vessel brought
up in tho trough of the sea and had
a narrow escape from being thrown
upon her beam ends. Tho fact of
tho Eua having como by the Eastern
passage accounts for hor not having
been spoken from tho time sho sail
ed on the voyage.
The shipowners held a short meet
ing yesterday afternoon at the
Chamber of Commerce. It was de
cided to have tho executive commit
tee visit all shipowners and get their
signatures to an agreement fixing
tho rate of wagos at .'15 for outside
ports, 30 for coast ports and ?25 for
tho Hawaiian Islands. The mooting
was a small one, as main-of tho ship
owners declined to wait for tho ad
journment of tho Hawaiian annexa
tion meeting which had tho uso of
tho rooms early in the afternoon.
S. 1 Chronicle.
One Hearing This Morning Lawyers
Kept Away by Excitamont.
The Circuit Court opened at !l:30
this morning, and after setting the
day for the hearing of various cases,
tho case was called of Queen Dowa
ger Kapiolaui vs. A. Herring, eject
ment. Kaulia for plaint ill'; Kane
akua for defendant. Tho defendant
was called and not being present,
Mr. Kaueakua moved that t lie Court
allow tho parties to waive jury,
which was granted. The case was
then presented ex-part o before .1 udge
Whiting, who, after hearing the same,
rendered judgment for plaint ill'
with S10O damages.
Owing to the excitement down
town the lawyers generally absented
t honisel vos, so that no other trial
Arrival of the Mohican.
The U. S. V. S. Mohican, in com
mand of Captain Xico! Ludlow, with
Admiral Skerret on board, arrived
to-dav, 12 days from San Francisco,
and anchored on the Ewa side of
tho Boston. She saluted the Hawai
ian Jlag, the shore battery respond
ing. The U.S.S. Boston later saluted
tho Admiral's Hag.
A Bulliin reporter paid a visit to
tho old warship this afternoon, but
was not allowed an interview. The
ollicor on deck said ho had strict
orders not to lot anyone on board
until the ship was tidied up and
made more presentable. A list of
otlicors oven could not be obtained.
Death of an Old Printer.
John Kaulahea, an old Hawaiian
printer, died at (he Queen's Hospital
this morning, whero ho had been re
moved a fow days ago at his own re
quest. Kaulahea was formerly en
gaged in the Pacific Commercial
Advertiser ollico and Later in 1J.
Grieve's printing establishment. He
finally loft his trade and kept a
salmon stand at the I' ih Market. A
widow and several children are loft
to mourn his loss.
Co. A's Oiiicors.
The election of oiiicors of Co. A,
National Guard, took place in the
old Armory last evening at 7:'M). The
following oiiicors were elected:
C. V. Ziegler, Captain.
J. A. McCandless, 1st Lieutenant.
T. B. Murray, 2d Lieutenant r
Eighty men were sworn in. The
list will bo kept open until Monday
for other enlistments.
Hoot Beer on draught at Benson,
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. .McLennan, l.'il Fort street,
above Hotel. Chronic and Sugical
cases. .Mutual Telephone (1S2.
Tho Fronch Paciiic Cable.
Tho Melbourne Chamber of Com
merce has adopted a minute object
ing to the French I'aeilie cable, and
urging tho government to bring
pressure 011 the colonial and Imper
ial governments in favor of the Can
adian I'aeilie line.
A lost cane was delivered at this
ollico the same evening it was adver-
ti-l'd ill the lil'MXIl.N. Il belonged 1
to a wealthy gout Ionian from the '
Lulled Mates, wlio panl I lie eqlliwi
lent of a good many fares to the
native haekiuaii who returned the
Ilooli Ladder Co. will 1 1 l I a
special meeting this owning to elect
'pur. iti:Gi'i..iiniiTi;iii.Y mi;i:t-
1. Ineorilie I'llioll I'Veil i'ii,, 1 1. 'ill, uill
lie liulil ill llie ('uliinun' tllllee. liuei'ii
street, 011 Tl'KSnAY, thu I ltd illl., 01
II ii'elueli , N.
P. 1. VI HA, ,
ill"-!ll tiuuruturv li. V, I'u., ll.Mj.
Transactions of the Monthly Moot
ing of RoproBontativos.
The Board of Representatives of
tlio Honolulu Firo Department
considered a greater variety t of
matters at its monthly meeting,
which was hold at t ho Bell Tower lat
night, than it had done in any single
mooting for a long while. Very lit
tle time was spent in talking, each
member who spoke keeping severely
to the point.
Julius Ascli. Chief Engineer, pre
sided, with David L. Kalnwaia, Sec
ond Assistant Engineer, on his left.
Hour Smith, Secretary, in addition
to tho minutes had a heap of bills
and communications to sub
mit. Several bills wore held
over for examination, including one
from the Gazette Publishing Com
pany, which contained two items for
advertising, in both of which a
double price was charged. This ex
hibition of boodleism on the part of
the publishers of tlio I'. C. Adver
tiser caused a little sensation. It
would not have been noticed if the
square charge of tho Bulletin Pub
lishing Company for tho same ser
vice had not boon read tit tho same
Hawaii Engine Co. Xo. I notified
tho Board of the election of the fol
lowing otlicors: J. 11. Bovd, Fore
man; Alex. Smith, 1st Assistant; C.
K. Nui, 2d Assistant; h. Keawopoo
olo. Secretary; Win. F. Love, Dele
gate. Tho Firo Police submitted
now by-laws for approval, and .). II.
Boyd, Chang Kim and D. Logan
woro appointed a committee to ex
Foreman Boyd of No. 1 withdrew
amidst applause the charges ho pre-
ferred some months ago against Fire
Marshal Neill. An investigation
made by him had convinced him
that the trouble about his company's
engine was due to the fault of the
engineer, and as to tlio want of court
esy charged thoro was a conflict of
evidence. Mr. Neill thanked Mr.
Boyd for his candid retraction of the
On a resolution introduced by tho
delegate oT Hook and Ladder' Co..
.?5() a month out of the sick fund
was voted to be disbursed through
Harmony Lodge, 1. (). O. F., for the
relief of W. E. Hoi rick, a liieinan of
thirty years' good standing in tho
Department, who is now prostrated
with serious illness.
Tho delegate of the Hooks also
introduced from his company the
matter of substitutes for representative.-,
temporarily distanced. After
a little discussion the same delegate
gave notice of motion to amend the
bylaws so as to permit the election
Questions were put to the Chief
Engineer and answered regarding
the slopping of tho annual parade
on account of martial law and the
question of a paid Department
mooted in a newspaper paragraph.
A full statement of the doings ami
extra epen-es of the Department
during the period of martial law was
promised bv the Chief for next
meeting. With regard to a paid
Department all the Chief Engineer
Know was that the Liovisionnl (im
erninent had asked his opinion as to
whether the dillorent lire companies
could not be cut down in numbers
without impairing the elliciency of
tho Department. His answer "had
been that a reduction in numbers
could be made without injury.
S. S. MONOWAI
Arrives from the Colonios Unfavor
able Weather Throughout tho
Arrived at 7:15 p.m., February iltli,
Union Steamship Company's I. M.
S. S. Monowai, .'loOi) tons, M. Carey,
commander, from Sydney for San
Francisco. Sailed from Sydney on
.January :i.su, at u:.so p.m., anil arriv
ed in Auckland on tho 28th at si a.m.
Left again same day at f:.'i() p.m.
and reached Apia on February 2d,
at 1 a.m. Took her depart tiro same
day at !) a.m. and arrived in port as
above. The weather throughout was
unfavorable, the steamer having had
to contend with strong head winds
and sea all the wa. from Sydney to
It was at first announced (hat tho
Monowai would resume her voyage
at .'5:.'!(l o'clock this morning, but
owing to the boisterous weather the
time was extended to 10 o'clock.
Later the time of departure was
further deferred till noon. This
gave tho community some kind
of a chance to attend properly to
their correspondence. For the re- '
port of the voyage thus far this
paper is indebted to the obliging ,
purser, Mr. J. Ness Keith.
.Air. C. F. Davis, editor or the
Bloomlield, Iowa, I'urnivr, says: J
can recommend Chaniberlain'sCough
Remedy to all suH'eiers with colds
and croup. I have used it i.i my
family for tho past two years anil
have found it tho best I over used
for the purpose for which it is in
tended, fill cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. IJeiisou, Smith and Co.,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands.
The article of special convenience
in every household and ollico
throughout the islands, and the most
acceptable to send to friends abroad
because it deals only with facts
and figures -is a copy of the Ha
waiian Annual for iHil.i. Price, 7fi
cents each, or 8f cents mailed abroad.
diallv invited to
Brunswick Billiarfl Parlors
- TONIOIIT! TO-NIOIIT! 1
JrP S O'CLOCK,
152 Any pci'Min wishing' to conlust lur tiiu I ropiiy
iiiiikI. uhall MigtJ (he winnnr within a weok. UI7-II
Pet haps you do not believe theso
statements concerning Green's Au
gust Flower. Well, we can't make
you. We can't force conviction in
to your head ormed
Doubting icine into your
throat. We don't
Thomas. want to. The money
is yours, and the
misery is yours; and until you are
willing to believe, and spend the one
for the relief of the oilier, they will
stay so. John H. Foster, 1122
Blown Street, Philadelphia, says:
" My wife is a little Scotch woman,
thirty years of age and of a naturally
delicate disposition. For five or six
years past she has been suffering
from Dyspepsia. She
Vomit became so bad at last
that she could not sit
Every Meal, down to a meal but
she had to vomit it
as soon as she had eaten it. Two
bottles of your August Flower have
cured her, after many doctors failed.
She can now eat anything, and enjoy
it; and as for Dyspepsia, she docs not
know that she ever had it." 0
PI1NE APPLE-PLANTS !
Pur S. S. "MONOWAI
Ripley Queen Pineapples Plants
FOR SALF, ItV
Ije'wis J. Levey,
-lw l or. Fort A' ijuccn ts.
KING STliKF.T. (
W. T. MONSARRAT, ,
Veterinary -:- Surgeon.
Government Veterinary Surgeon, In
of Sloel,, Port of Honolulu.
Excellent Accommodation for Patio, its.
Risk iu Throwing Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
VKTF.1MNW IIY DKNTISTliY.
f&- Orders for Plantation anil Kaneli
Stoek will rereive prompt attention.
Mutual 183 TELEPHONES Eoll 96.
The following elioi-eliit of wonl painting
iceur- in Iliiwinonie's Mailile i'aun:
" Woim 11 lie tliei of what emtlilv rani
tlmj y, however (lifteil with intellect or
gen'i or eniloweil williawful licuuty, have
ahvn - suiiie littli'h.iuiliwiirk ready' to fill
the thij pip of evi'-v vacant nioiiient. A
iieeille'is lainiliar to the tinkers of them all.
A ipieeu, 110 ilimlit. plies it on occasion ; the
woman poet cm u-t it as ailiuith a iter
pen; the iwimaii's iue, that has ili-covereil
a new star, tmiis fioin it jjlon to scml the
)olisieii little iiistiunient Kleainin uloii):
the hem of her Uercliief, or toilama casual
fray in her iliess. Ami they have Ki'eatl
the advantage of us in this re-pect. The
slenilcr thread of silk or cotton keeps them
united with the small, familiar, gentle in
terestsof life, the continually operating in
lluence of which do so much' fur tins health
of the character, ami carry oil' what would
otlierw t-v lie a dangerous 'accumulation of
morhid sensibility. A vast deal of human
sympathy runs along this electric line,
s'tietching fioin the throne to the nicker
chair of the humblest seamstress, and
keeping high and low in a species of com
munion with their kindred beings."
Iloisewics, while you pi the needle,
have oil ever rellecleil on t lit vicissitudes
of life? .see to it that our liu-hands pui
vide for the futuie welfare of their families
bv at once iiniilving for a Police iu the
IIUIMTAIJI.I-; l'.IFK AKSl'llANVi: .()
CIF.TYof the I'nited .States. No more
suitable gift could he oll'ered to you.
BRUCE & A. J. CARTWRIGHT,
General Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Fipiitable Life Assurance S'oeietv of the
A WOMAN WHO UNnr.ltSTANJ'S
i tlie caie of (.'liildren to take a trip
10 sun i runcisfii,
A l- GAl'Gi:
fV Smith Ilamm
V Smith Ilaninieili'ss
.Shotgun in AI order with
'J Ca-e.s and ('leaning I111
lilements, all complete:
al-o, ".'00 Spiiie's lland-lnaded Shells.
tW For particulars, inouire of
W. M. (M'NNINGHAM.
li-'il-tf Anchor Saloon.
A FIISST-CI.AS.S FAMILY HATHING
1. Kusort at Waikiki. Traniears pass
the gale. Hneela
arrangements can be
Picnic-, nud livening
nmilu for Family
rrMIF.Hi: Wll.l, 111: A
.L the Hoard of Dental
the Ollico of the Hoard of Health, ISAT
I'l.DAY, Feb. 11, ls!M, at .t:.J0 o'clock
l'. m., for the purpo-e of considering appli
cations ami granting certificates. 'Ibis
will be the last meeting befoie the expira
tion of the term presciibed bv the law,
Feb. P.I, s!j.
Per order of thu Itoiuil,
llOlir. W. ANDIMt.SO.N,
fiO cents a mini Hi,
of the MitrxswH'K are cor
ii Milliard Contest, for the
talve plaeo at the
il LIH Lid h
PACIFIC HARDWARE CO., Ltd.
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X A, J'tustfK-.
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M. & D. Wrought
Don't reelect vour colds
when vou can net a year's orotec-
tion for 50 cents. Don't endure
catarrn wnen you can cure it
easily and pleasantly for half a
I'rom Senior Surgeon to
tho Central Loudon Throat & Ear
iioimai, Lionilon, Eng. : "inhaled
Menthol chocks in a manner hardly
less than marvelous- neutn cnldR In
the hcod. I prescribe Ciishnmn's
Montliol Inhaler to tho extent, ot
hundreds t r nnnuiu."
'ir. 11. -van unyii, itotmi-
lus. N. Y.: "Tho Menthol Inhaler
i the greatest reined for clearing
the liend of ti cold that lever biiw."
Xorton A. Mmltli. Peru.
Ohio: "Have, been troubled with
catarrh for many years, but nex er
found nnytliing that gave me relief
until I bought your Menthol Inhaler.
11, worKs iiko a ciiann."
Its neat, clean, pleasant to
luse, convenient to carry, costs
50 cents and lasts a year. A trial would
Beware 01 counterfeits.
Three ItiverH, MIclilKnit.
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r -"'k:w-b -vr rwnr w -1
HtlW'HfV'BEV'-A&fLo-ISni. , Cff 1 WjCCT'tlfllWl 1 il
lMlfijaypytekTcri' J1, f' '25.. ''"'TZfff
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HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
SELLING OFF !
Commencing January 3, 1893.
CLOTHING MADE TO OKDER
At Greatly Reduced Prices FOR CASH !
All Prices Marked in Plain Figures !
The opportunity is
to Order perfect lit guaranteedand made ol
(Joods at Lower Prices than
IB. IE EHLERS &c CO.
AI'Ti:i! TVKIN'i. Sin K ALL KIMN OF
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At half (he former c-i,
Velvet c& Snayma. PLuLgs
In all sic -giuitlv it'iluceil ,
Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost!
gV III III. I tti "Her llllltleli-, lirg.illl In all ll.p.lltllH ill,, -1
I IW Droskuiakhig Uuilur tho Uauagemont ol MISS K. CLARK. J&1
Steel Ranges !
C3 - ISTS,
HIoiaolvLlvi, EC. I.
offered to obtain Olothinr
has evep been off