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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
PltOM AND AFTKlt OCTOBER 1. 1892.
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TAB DAILY BPLLETIN.
SATUltDAY, FEB. 18, 1893.
Satukuay, Fob. 18.
Stm r Mokolii from Molokai
Stmr Walaleale from Haniakna
Stmr Waimaualo from Maui and Molokai
bulir Millo Morns from Koolau
Saturday, Feb. 11.
Ballister, for San Fran-
Am bktne Hilo,
Vessels Leaving Monday.
StmrJ A Cummins for Koolau
Stmr Waimanalo for Molokai and Maui
Stmi Mokolii for Molokai
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr W Q Hall 145G bags sugar, 52
, ot nuuii uuiue, oo mues
oinir reie iiwa oags sugar.
uw wuiiuuuiuo duu Dags
corn, ami '2( Imml ntt.
:s potatoes and
Stmr Waialcalo 3590 bags sugar.
Hall Feb 17-MLiebenstein, G Stone, W
Muller, W G Watte, Mrs M Barrett, Manuel
lloss and wife, 5 natives, and 73 on deck.
,0F JHuHamakua, per stmr Waialeale, Feb
?7P M,cn?,a,rr?,tl T E Cook. F M Eng
lish, MissJdoJIIo Bush.
Vessels in Port.
I J M S Kon-tro.
Tashiro, from San
H 8 8. Mohican from San Francisco
U 8 8 Boston, Wiltse, from Hilo
H B M S Garnet from Alcanulco
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran-
Br 4-masted schr Tacora, Thorton, from
Ger bk H Hackfeld, Hilgerloh, from Liver-
Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
Foreign Vessels Expected.
JI S S Ranger, from San Francisco
U S Adams, from San Francisco
u S S Alliance, from Samoa, now duo
Am bktne WH Dimond, Nelson, from San
Am 4-masted schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer.
from Newcastle, N S W
Am 4-maHted schr Puritan, Warner, from
AnibkO D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
rancisco, duo Fob 10th
Am 4-mstd schr Alice Cooke. Pcnhallow,
from Ncwcastlo, N S r
Haw bk 11 P ltlthet, Morrison, from San
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due Muy 23
Br ship Honolulu from Newcastle, N S W
Am schr Oceania Vance to Hilo
Tho tern Qucon receive'd her first instal
ment of sugar this morning.
t T'joA'uerlcun barkontine Hilo, Captain
Im Ballister, was towed to sea this morning
bound for San Francisco with tho following
cargo: 3000 bags sugar, F. A. Bchaofer &
Co ; 12,390 bags sugar, C. Bruwor it Co.;
1140 bags sugar, another linn. Total num
ber of bags, 20,130; weight, 2,508,074 pounds.
Domestio value, Jori.31tf.55.
Root Boor on draught at Benson,
Smith & Co.'s.
Native Fans and Curios in groat
variety at tho "Elito Tco Oroam Par
lors." Sunburn roliovod at oneo by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co.,
Dr. McLennan, 181 Fort street,
above Hotol. Chronic and Sugieal
cases.. Mutual Telephone G82.
Mechanics' Homo, 5i)and 01 Hotel
Btreot.. Lodging by day, weolc or
mouth 2uc. and 50c. a niht; $1
and $1.25 a wook:
Josoph V. Dory, of Warsaw, 111.,
was troubled with rheumatism and
tried a nuinbor of different remedies,
but says nono of them seemed to do
him any good, bt finally ho got
hold of one that speedily cured him.
lie was muoli pleased with it, and
felt sure that othuru similarly alllict
ed would like to know what tho
remedy was that cured him. IloHtates
for thu bonoht of tho publio that it
Ih called Chamberlain's Paiu Balm.
l;'r sale by nil dealers. JJonuon.
hiiilth k Co., Agents for tho Hawui
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Football gamo this aftornoon at 4
Diamond Hoad, 12 m. Woathor,
hazjr; wind, light oast.
Tho S. S. China from San Fran
cisco will bo duo on Monday.
Tho U. S. warships' Adams and
Ranger aro about duo at this port
from San Francisco.
Tho foroign jury aro roquirod to
bo in attondnnco at tho courtroom
morning at half-past
A dinnor will bo givon to tho cap
tain and officers of H. I. J. M. S.
Kon-go this evening at tho Hawai
t Tho band will play at tho Hawai
ian Hotol this ovoning during tho
dinner to tho oflicors of tho Japa
uoso warship Kon-go.
Heavy rains havo fallon in Kau,
tho rainfall at Paliala on tho night
of tho 6th inst., botwoon tho hours
of 7 p.m. and 7 a.m., was 8 50-100.
Captain G. C. Wiltso, who has
boon roliovod in tho command of tho
U. S. S. Boston by Captain Day, will
loavo on tho S. S. Australia for tho
Captain Potorson, of tho bark Lady
Lampson, is negotiating for tho re
lease of Mato Brown from custody.
It is expected ho will bo out this
Minister King gives uotico that
paydaj-s horeaftor, at tho Interior
Olhco, will bo Mondays and Wed
nesdays, for general uaymout; and
Saturdays, for pay rolls only.
Tho two Chinamen arrostod for
chicken stealing tho other day wore
partly tried this morning in tho
District Court, and tho ease con
tinued until Wodnosday morning.
Only twenty-four Chinoso havo
taken out passports for passage on
tho S. S. China for Hoiifrkonp. Tim
China will bo duo on Monday, but it
is not unlikely that she will arrivo
J. Kauhano, police officer, was
Angering a pistol in his back pocket,
opposite tho Bay Horso saloon, Hotol
street, last night, whou it exploded,
tho bullet tearing through his pockot
uiiu uiLiauy wio oartll.
H. F. Glado, Gorman Consul, J.
H. Paty, Consul for tho Nether
lands, M. P. Robinson and John
Eua visited tho U. S. Flagship Mo
hican this morning. Tho Gorman
Aag was saluted on their return.
Tho steamor Polo, which arrived
from Makaweli, Kauai, yostorday
evening, kept a sharp lookout for
tho missing boat of tho wrecked
bark Lady Lampson, but nothing
was seen of it.
Thoro will bo a band concert at
tho Hawaiian Hotel this evening, in
conjunction with tho dinnor to tho
Japanes.0 naval officers. Tho public
aro cordially welcome and will find
tho best of accommodation for listen
ing to tho music.
Tho Hawaiian Hardware Com
pany's scribe puts .forth somo useful
philosophy for the benefit of our
warlike visitors, as a proludo to mat
ter of greater moment to tho various
peoples and kindreds and tongues
who dwell together hero iu peace.
Tho steamer W. G. Hall mot tho
steamor C. R. Bishop at Kailua in
search of tho missinir hont, nt ihn
wrecked bark Lady Lampson. Tho
Bishop imparted tho Arst news of
tho wreck to Maui and Hawaii.
From Kailua the steamor was to
leave for Waimea, Kauai.
Manufacturers, mechanics, agri
culturists and housekeepers will all
And something to their liking in tho
now advertisement of tho PaciAc
Hardware Co. to-day. People will
find iu their oxtonsivo departments,
however, thousands of other articles
each Arstclass in its lino.
Two Chinamen wore brought to
the Station last night with blood
flowing freely from cuts ih their
hoads. They said that a native had
stolen their lanterns, and while they
wore chasing him ho had turned
round and smashed a bottle ovor
thoir heads. They appeared with
thoir hoads bandaged up in Court this
morning. Bon Haahoo has boon ar
rested for tho assault.
An Officer Abused Whon he Deservos
Captain A. S. Mahaulu, of tho po
lice force, was abused by somo peo
ple because ho did not rush in and
arrost threo sailors from H. B. M. S.
Gamot who wore in tho coutor of a
largo crowd of people at tho corner
of Nuuanu and King streets on
Thursday night. Thoy ovon Btatod
that thoy would roport the mattor
to the Marshal. Surrounding tho
British tars wore somo American
sailors and outside tho ring was a
crowd of whites aud natives. Cap
tain Mahaulu know tho folly of at
tempting to tacklo such a mob, as it
would cause a disturbance which
might result iu a gonoral row.
Thoroforo ho foroboro from taking
any rash stops, as ho was not awaro
that tho Garnet's men had done any
wrong. Mahaulu dispersed tho
crowd in a peacoful manner, stand
ing tho sneers and abuse of a fow
who were eager to seo a flght. Much
commendation js duo this officer of
peace and ordor for his gentlemanly
Thoro a fow people iu town who
aro just aching to seo a fight be
tween tho United States and British
sailors, aud tho authorities should
tako cognizance of tho matter, show
ing no leniency toward any nidors
and abettors of disturbances. One
man oven had tho stunid itmnidnnei
to stand near the Police Station and '
Hay, in the hearing of an imprisoned
British marine, that tho'Gnrnut'H
men had been driven at the point of
tho bayonet in tho Into Chilean war.
The Daily Jlulletin U Mhneil by
curriert for 60 cant per month,
THE LOW INCIDENT.
Straight Story Prom tho Man Him
self Tho Advortisor's Yarn Palso.
A two-days' old story, in tho
"paddod" stylo which tho Advortisor
oonfossos it is not abovo adopting in
placo of fact, ha3 appoarod'in that
papor about tho arrost of Mr. J. S.
Low by tho mounted patrol. Mr.
Low gives tho following statomont
of tho incidout from beginning to
"I camo down to spoud a little
whilo in town. I was standing with
another gentloman (not Mr. Konyon
nor Capt. Tripp), a respoctablo resi
dent of Honolulu, with whom I was
holding a conversation. Thoro was
lots of room in tho street for ovon a
tranicar to pass or anyono riding
around. Thoro was a big crowd as
sembled ill front of tho Pnnifin TTnlnl
A good deal of oxcitomont was going
on between American and British
sailors. Ono man camo Hying out
of tho door nnd rolled on tho sido-
wal and out on tho stroot. Wo ox
poctod thoro would bo some distur
bance thoro and wo wanted to stay
by and seo how it all camo out.
"Whilo I was busy in con
versation wo hoard horses'
footsteps coming along. I
turned round quickly to soo if I
was clear of everybody. I noticed
tho Arst two mon on horseback ride
past and pretty closo to mo but I
know I was clear. I did'nt know
that thoy wore mounted patrolmon.
as thoy had no regular uniforms on
as I saw. Thoro was no word of
warning given for tho crowd to clear
tno trade lor them.
"It was tho List man iu tho squad
of patrolmen that turned his horso
off his horso was prancing a good
deal.- I saw ono gentloman to tho
loft of mo who was in tho way, so
that I could not seo tho men coining
down tho stroot at all. I saw him
mako a jump forward. My back
was turned to tho crowd all tho
timo and I was talking to the" othor
gentleman and could not seo tho
horses coming. This gentloman
who was with mo cried out, "Look
out!" I made a jump forward and
at tho samo timo put my hand back.
My hand rested on tho horsn's mins.
Of course I hung on to tho roins and
pulled tho horso round. T w.tninri
to know who and what tho man was
whether ho was drunk, crazy, or
what was wrong with him. I pulled
his horso round and almost throw
"I lost my grip then and of courso
tho horso got clear. Tho captain
(Klomme), who was in tho lead, ran
back toward mo and without investi
gating matters dragged mo by tho
coat and yelled, 'You're my prison
er!' assuming an awful dignity as-if
ho had boon on tho track of a des
perate criminal for years and had at
last caught him. Ho got another
man on tho other side of mo and ran
mo down betweon tho two horses.
My frioud who was with mo wanted
to follow mo up and go down, but
thoy ordored hun out of tho way and
ordered tho rest of tho guard to keep
a lookout on tho roar. Thoy novor
looked at mo half tho time while
thoy wore running mo down, and
half tho timo I had to push tho
horses to keep them from tramping
on mo. Tho patrolmon wore look
ing back as if thoy wore scared of
"When thov irot mo to tho St.it.inn
thoy rang tho Marshal up and ho
came down, as I sunposo thoy did
not know what chargo to put
against mo. Whon tho Marshal got
down thoro ho was surprised to seo
mo thoro. Ho called mo up to his
office upstairs and Capt. Klomme
camo with mo. Klommo told him I
slapped one horso and pulled tho
roins. I told tho Marshal tho truo
story of it, and ho asked mo if any
one had boon around with mo.
"In tho. moantimo a good many
spectators who had boon at tho
corner camo down. Mr. Groig came
in, and Mr. Harrison volunteered to
como in, to give evidence. Whon
tho witnesses repeated tho exact
story that I had given to tho Mar
shal I was roloasod right away. Tho
Marshal said ho was very sorry that
such a thing had happened.
"Marshal Ashley acted in a most
gentlemanly manner throughout and
was not influenced bv anvbodv.
Konyon was attondmg to his
duties as an editor, I suppose, stand
ni ouisiuo mo uoor taking every
thing in. If tho reporter of tho Ad
vertiser wore equally attentive to his
duty, porhaps tho reports in that
paper of disturbances between tho
English and AmoricaiiB would not
bo so groshly inaccurate as witnesses
of them declare thorn to bo.
"In conclusion, I mny say I do
not belong to Ewa plantation, but
my address is, as of old, Koliula, Ha
waii. I havo taken tho oatli to sup
port the probont Government not
to hold a billot but as a private citi
zenand am not likely to make any
Concert to bo Given for tho Bonoflt of
a New Hospital on Kauai.
For somo time past tho necessity
of a hospital has boon greatly
felt in Waimea, Kauai, not only
for the benefit of that district alone,
but also for tho adjoining planta
tions, Mann, Kekaha, Eloulo, and
Makaweli. The good people of tho
Garden Island havo decided to give
a grand concert iu the Waimea
stono church on tho 25th inst., the
proceeds from which will bo given
to tho construction of this much
needed institution for tho bdnnlit of
tho white labor of tho plantations.
Rehearsals havo boon had for a few
days past, and the concert is expect
ed to bo a successful ono.
Among thosu who will appear will
bo Airs. Meior,MrK,Glade,.lrn. I'alui
er, Mrs. Morrison, Mrs, Center and
others well known iu the
The hospital will be hoot u bv
subscriptions which will be solicited
from tho residents of the island.
Sucoohs to tho enterprise.
Subnoribe for A Daily liullttin, 00
ctnti per month,
GUARDS ON THE WARPATH.
Ono of Thom Wounds an Ofllcor-
Frosh Bumboat Man.
About 10 o'clock yostorday ovon
ing a man named Fox entored tho
Pantheon Saloon spoiling for a flght.
Ho mot his match in a lussol with
Bon Gallaghor. Whilo thoy woro
engaged in tho brawl threo men
Wagner, Stono and Wishard mom
bors of tho National Guard, entored
tho saloon nnd interfered, As tho
matter touded to bocotno a gonoral
row tho barltoopor called in two na
tive oflicors to quell tho disturbance.
As tho men showed Aght to tho ofli
cors tho latter took out their clubs
and used thom. Finally Stone was
prossod hard against the swinging
screen botwoon tho bar-room and
tho billiard saloon. Stone was seen
to nut his hand in his hip pockot
and draw out a rovolvor. Tho oilicor
backed off, whou Stono fired threo
shots not quickly but with slow-do-
nooration. unly ono or tho shots
took offoct. It hit tho oilicor under
tno lort arm, tho bullot going
through tho muscles, striking tho
collar-bono, but notoriously injur
Deputy-Marshal G. K. Wildor, J.
W. Jones, ox-Captain Ed. Hopkins
and L. Touissant, attracted by tho
shots, rushed in aud nssisted in tho
arrost of tho mon. Four mon woro
arrested at tho timo, but during tho
oxcitomont tho fourth man escaped.
Tho threo men woro searched at tho
Polico Station and pistols woro
found on two of them. Threo cham
bers wore ompty iu Stone's pistol.
A loaded pistol, which was supposed
to havo boon owned bv thn ili!rl
man, was found later in tho ompty
By.ii.-u uinjuauo mo otauon. waguor
and Stono woro locked up and Wish
ard was released. Thoy aro charged
with carrying a deadly weapon aud
intent to commit murder.
Tho injured officer's wound was
dressed by Dr. Chas. Peterson, assis
ted by Dr. Rodgers. Ho was taken
homo later aud to-day is fairly on
tho way to recovery.
A bumboat man named Fischoron
Nuuanu, near Queen streot, asked a
boat boy about tho shooting scrape
at tho Pantheon and how it had end
ed. The boat boy replied that Stono
had shot a native officer. Fischer
clapped his hands and sang out,
"That's good; that's good!" Tho
boatboy naturally got angry and
landed the bumboat man a stiff
'un under the ear, following it
up with a crack on tho hoad.
Fischer defended himself, but tho
nativo's iro was aroused and,
boforo ho was through with him,
Fischorwas taken to tho Station with
blood flowing from his head. This
man previously tho same day had
insulted thoboatboys aud told thom
that he would like to bo thoir boss
for a little while; ho would mako it
warm for thom.
BOAT LANDING SCUFFLE.
The True Phase of tho Affair as
Gathered from Reliable Mon.
As thoro seems to bo so many
stories about town in regard to tho
"little affair" botwoon tho Gamot
men and tho Americans, tho full facts
of tho case aro these. An American
sailor from tho Mohican (a 0-footor),
whilst in tho Pacific "Saloon yester
day amongst a number ,of English
and Americans, pulled out a knifo
and said ho was not looking for
trouble, but that if any trouble did
como ho was ready for it. An Eng
lishman wanted to tako it up, but
his friends prevailed upon him not
to do so. Then tho American sailor
who had mndo tho challeugo loft tho
saloon in company with a comrade,
aud wont down to Brewer's wharf.
Tho Garnet marine wont out shortly
afterward with four or fivo others.
Ho and ono of his comrades (not
four) found tho American at Brewer's
wharf and immediately attacked
thom with bamboo sticks, nofelubs,"
and tho American at oneo pulled out
Whon tho boatboys saw tho Amer
icans running down they called to
inom to got in thoir boat, and pull
off, but tho Americans refused, until
tho British got closo up, whon tho
tar who had taken out a knife want
ed to jump into tho boat. Tho boys
became scared of tho knifo and
pushed off. Then followed a rough-and-tumblo
botwooii tho sailors until
thoy woro parted. Tho Mohican
men then returned to tho ship and
the Garnet men wont up town.
As to any cowardly action on tho
part of tho natives that is all rot. A
delegation of two from tho boatboys
explained tho wholo thing to W. O.
Smith, Attornoy-Gonoral, this morn
ing, and that Minister was satisfied
that tho natives did not side any
way, for ono or tho othor. Thoy re
frained from taking part in tho light.
Tho football gamo will tako placo
at tho now baseball grounds at -1
o'clock this afternoon. An exciting
gamo is promised, ai both teams
havo boon hard at practice. Some
of tho oflicors from the IJ. S. cruiser
Boston will play with tho town
M, L MINER, D, V. S.
Veterinary Surgeon, Physician and
Ol'TJCK: 1IOTKL 8TAI1I.K3.
H to 10 a. M.; 1:".0 to :i:;to r. m.
ttf UiwnihM'K: With Dr. F. I.. Miner,
All Calls Will Receive Prompt Attention.
OAl.ril MllllltOW, KHOM .Ml NOT
IV ('(iriiur, MiiIih', Infl homo M!vim w-ai
iiK"! wn thru 31 yriirn of gU; 5 fi'ut jo
Indies Iu liulnlit; ilurlc Imlr Mini iu; 11 rM
joint of lliiinih on luft hiinil koiiu, If ho
will roiitiiitiiilriitu with tint iiiiilciclt!Hnl lui
will lii-iir of toincthliiK l IiIh iiilviiiiini'c,
II. II. NOKTON.
(I Hi-1 w Honolulu.
rnilK WKIIKI.V lllll.l.KTIN-ii 001,.
JL uiniiHuI InluruatiliK Kullii( Mutter,
UIuiW,ti nmlloil to fortiltfu oouutrleM&
st. Andrew's cathedral.
First Sunday in Lent: G:80 a. m.,
Holy Communion; 11 a.m., Morning
Prayor aud sormon, Hymns 191, 193,
19uj 7:80 n.m., Evening Prayor and
sormon, Hymns 197, 228, 33.
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Androw's Cathedral,
to-morrow, first Sunday in Lont
will bo as follows: 9:15 a.m., Mom
mg Prayor with sermon. Benedicite,
"w , u. juuuuuicius, iMvoy in
E flat. Anthem "Litany of Peni
tence." Hymns, 91 and 193. 0:30
p; pi., ovousong with sermon. Mag
nificat aud Nunc Dimittis, Ebdou in
p- Hymns 91 and 19. Anthem,
"Turn thy faco from thy sins," by
Sir A. Sullivan. Row Alex. Mackin
tosh, pastor. All aro invited.
Sundav Services C nnd 7 n.m..
Low Masses. English sormon nt
tho 7 a. m. Mass, every Sunday
during tho wholo year. 10 a.m.,
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Rosary and Catechism. -1 p.m., in
winter season (November to Fobru
ary), 4:30 p. m. in summer season
(February to November), Benedic
tion of tho M. B. Sacrament.
Weekly Sorvicos 6 aud 7 a. in.,
CENTRAL UNION CHURCH.
Sunday School at 9:15 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a.m. and at 7:.'J0 p.m.
Young People's Society of Christian
Endeavor at 0:30 p. m. In tho ovon
ing the pastor will preach tho
seventh brief discourso on "What we
owe to Christianity." Subject, Gold
and tho Gospel. All are cordially
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, roar of Opera Houso. Ser
vices will bo hold Sunday as follows:
10 a. in., Biblo class; 11:15 a. m. aud
7:30 p. m., preaching, whon Elder J.
C. Clapp will speak on "The Future
Life." All aro cordially invited.
Day Advontist Church.
corner Punchbowl and Borotania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Biblo reading
every Sunday evening. Everyone
Evangelistic services will be con
ducted by tho Y. M. C. A. in Bethel
hall on Saturday and Sunday at 7:30
Y. M. C. A. HALL.
Evangelistic sorvicos in the Y. M.
C. A. hall. 0:30 to 7:15 p. u.
W. T. MONSARRAT,
"Veterinary -:- Surgeon.
Government Veterinary Surgeon, Iuxm-ctor
of Stock, Port of Honolulu. H
Excellent Accommodation for Patlonts. No
Risk in Throwing Horses.
Improved Veterinary Operating Table.
,)" Onlera for Plantation nml Hunch
chock win receive prompt attention.
Mutual 183-TELEPH0NES-BeII 96.
Honolulu Carriage Co.
BOTH TEL. No. 3.15.
Stand: Corner Fort & Merchant Sts.
Hacks can lie had nt any hour of the day
up to VI o'clock at niu'lit, 011 terms
to suit tho times.
Hacks Nos. 33, 45, 62, 63, 67, 70, 73, 97, 196
EDWIN A. JONES
Has opened an olllco for transacting all
business in connection with
Trusts, Pnrcnaso and Sale of Bonds,
Stock and Real Estate,
And Is prepared to Audit Accounts.
Olllce: Xo. IJ Merchant street, oflleo lately
occupied by thu lato Jona. Austin.
1'. 0. Box OTi.
Ny A. M. HETTBNCOUHI',
Veterinary Burgeon and Dealer in Horses,
corner llcretauia and 1'itiiulibowl sts.
Mutual Melcphouu 377.
W. A. WALL,
(I.ntiMvlth the (lovormiiHiit Survey.)
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over Wallop's Hank.
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l cniiiii( and HharpeniiiK ilouoj Duplicate
ridccB furnished when required. .Machines
willed for and returned. Also, llep.tlrini'
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Turner's Snips and Shears,
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Egg Bitters, Cork Screws, Can Openers,
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Catarrh, Hay Fever, Asthma
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It contains nothing but crystals
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yield like magic to the soothing
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TUree Rivers, BIIcIi.
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HOLLISTER & CO.,
109 Fort Street,
SELLING OFF !
Commencing January 3, 1893.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Reduced Prices FOR CASH !
All Prices Marked in Plain Fignres !
5? The opportunity ih now nffm-,.,1 , ri,.n.:..
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lit Lower Prices than
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Ml half tho furiner nml,
"Velvet & Smyrna Riags
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Woolen Goods in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below Cost !
tW fuel wo oiler lmimuo llurKiutu In nil Department. -
Ml' DreumUng Under Uio Bfcuusemant ol MISS K OLARK. Jtl
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