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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FIIOM AKD AFTKIt OOTOnEH 1, 1892.
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TIE DAILY BULLETIN:
WEDNESDAY, FEB. 22, 1893.
S S Australia, Houdlcttc, from San Fran
cisco Am bkO D Bryant, Jucobscn, from San
Am bk Albert, Winding, 1GJ4 days from
San Francisco '
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Wednesday, Feb. 22.
Stmr Pelo for JIakaweli
Ves3ol3 Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Hawaii for Maui and Hamakua ports
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr Kinau 9798 bags sugar, 200 bags po
tatoes, 80 bags corn, 2o bdls hides and
Vessels in Port. .
I J M 8 Kon-i:o.
Tashiro, from San
U 8 F S Mohican from San Francisco
USB Boston, Wiltso, from Hilo
U 8 8 Alliance, Whiting, from Samoa
H B M S Gurnet from Alcapulco
Am bk Ceylon, Calhoun, ironi San Fran
cisco Am schr Aloha, Dabel, from San Fran
cisco Br 4-mustcd schr Tacora, Thorton, from
Ger bk H Hackfeld, Hilgcrloh, from Liver
pool. Am ship Eclipse, Peterson, from Nanaimo
Foreign Vessels Expected.
U S S Ranger, from San Francisco
U 8 S Adams, from San Francisco
Am bktnc W H Diniond, Nelson, from San
Am 4-mastcd schr Lyman D Foster, Dryer,
iroul ewcasue, new
Am 4-masted schr Puritan, Warner, from
Am bk O D Bryant, Jacobson, from San
Francisco, duo Feb 10th
Am 4-instd schr Alice Cooke, Penhallow,
from Newcastle, N S W
Haw bk K P llithet, Morrison, from San
Mis bkt Morning Star from Micronesia,
due May 23
Br ship Honoluln from Newcastle, NSW
From San Francisco per S S Australia,
Feb 22 N L Averv. P
L Avery, V Duniihy. Hubert
Dyer, Mrs J O TSames, S Khrlich, J W
iirnst, !' ii I'uiton, Alias Fulton, Jl Green
wood and wife, Miss Greenwood. Miss A H
Hasforth, W L Higgins, Hon W G Irwin.
Miss El) Knight, Miss MH ICrout, Isaac
Moore, D Noonun, Miss L Phillips, Dr J S
B Pratt, wife and child, Miss M I) Scbenek,
Miss Shatter. Miss filiirlini' A M Rtnumrt
John Stoddard, Miss A H Stoddard, Miss
E Stoddard, Dr A J Stone, W 13 Thorn, T
It Lucas, Jno Phillips, Oscar Franks.
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kinau,
Feb 22 From Volcano: Miss A 8 Blake,
Miss K Pomroy, Mrs W D Witham, G Von
ltochow, G A Idee, Miss lloper, E P Pom
roy, Miss Kose Emmit, E O Sugg, J P
Stewart, Fred Stewart, W II Thompson, F
M Dougherty, Mrs Fairuhild, Mrs Stuplos,
D Mason and wife, T Barlow and wife.
Way ports: Mrs J A Scott, Mrs L Sever
ance, Mrs II H Austin, O E Itlchardson,
U Itoss, G K Murata, Mrs E C Bond. O Mc
Lennan, Mivs Ada Jones, Miss C L Turner,
Mr Price, J J Cardon, U L Wight, W H
Cornwell and 71 deck.
From San Frauclsco per bk Albert, Fob
22 Miss Emerson, Mrs D Logan and 3
children, Master J L Logan.
For San Francisco from Hllo per brig
Lurline, Feb. 10 Mr Lcube, Mr Peterson.
Arrived Fob, 15, Btmr. Kinau from Ho
nolulu; Iff, l:H0ri. ui., Htiiir C. It. Bishop
from Honolulu ami IiitermeilUttu portH; 18,
Htmr Hawaii from Kuwiitliuu; -'l,tmr. Ki
nau from Hilo uiul wuv imrtH.
Balled Feb. 10, stmr Kinau for Hllo and
way ports; 10, 2::j0p. m., stmr. 0. K. Ul
Bhop for Kailua una mm in hcarcli of bk.
Lady l.uinpnon'H missing boat anil itow;
18, Htmr Hawaii for Honolulu with i:ihhuh
gern; 21, stmr Kinau for Honolulu.
Arrived Fob 20, 8-masted no!ir. Oceana
anco. Capt. Aiideron, 20iliiVH from Hun
I-riuiulHco with W tons of coal us freight.
faalled-l-'cli. 18, 4-itiUhtcil Huhr. it W
Uartlott, Capt. Oleson, for Han Krum-lwo
with mi i tons of MiKur; 1(1. hrlj? l.iirline,
Uit. UhurluH MutHon, for Hun Kruneisi-o
with 1010 bugs sugar.
ATW'ATKH-At Oakland, Cal., Jan. SI, to
t'm wife of XV, O. Atwutur, u daughter.
HOHIKKON-On tho fit'h Inst., at the rrn.
iluneo of her brother, Mr, Charles V.
Hurt, In Oullforiilu, Hiisunuuh, widow
of thu lute Henry Itohlimou. formerly
Vl Honolulu, ' '
XiOOAX. AND GENERAL NEWS.
Both banks closed nt noon to-day.
Tho band will sorouado Camp
Boston this pvoning.
A diamond and gamot brooch is
ndvortisod as lost.
M. H. Lohoido has a notice to his
school of physical culture.
Diamond Head, 8 p. m. Weather,
hazy; wind, light north oast.
Throo photographers arrived by
tho S. S. Australia from tho Coast.
Purser Laurie J. Ryan has tho
thanks of tho Bulletin for lato news
Tho stoamor Kinau brought 9798
bags of sugar this morning from
Geo. Koch', assignoo, gives notice
to creditors of tho bankrupt estate
R. C. Soarles has boon appointed
a mombor of tho Road Board at La
Ninoteon tourists returned from
the Volcano by tho steamer Kinau
' J. S. Walker, Jr., has boon author
ized to sign for J. S. Walker b pro
curation from this date.
Tho rank of Knight will bo con
ferred at tho meeting of Mystic
Lodge, K. of P., this evening.
I. Ruboustoin has a notico in this
issue regarding his appointment as
assigneo of Tong Sing, bankrupt.
All tho Government schools wore
given a holiday to-dfiy in honor of
George Washington's birthday.
A Chinese chicken thief was sen
tenced to pay a fine and bo impris
oned at hard labor for one mouth.
Captain B. E. Haagouson, lato of
Honolulu, died in San Francisco on
Fob. 11, aged 50 years and 7 months.
Thos. R. Lucas and John Phillips
returned by tho S. S. Australia to
day from a flyiug visit to the Coast.
All tho stores in town closed at
noou to-day. Tho Government
building also closed at tho same
R. C. Soarle lias been appointed
a member of the Lahaina Road
Board in place of R. H. Makokau,
The baseball soason is approach
ing and tho different clubs should
wake up to tho fact that "practice
Wo are requested to say that tho
statement in yesterday's Holomua
regarding the expected arrival of
British warships hero is incorrect.
Tho Pacific wheelmen will give a
moonlight excursion at Romond
Grove on Saturday evening, March
4. Tickets will be available from
members at SI each.
Hon. J. N. Kapahu returned to his
constituents at Kau, taking the
sloop Keaolaui at Mahukona on the
20th inst., to join tho W. G. Hall at
Kailua on Wednesday, 22nd.
Miss Mary H. Krout, political re
porter and general hustler on the
Chicago' Inter-Ocean stair, arrived
by the stoamor Australia to-day.
She will make tho second woman re
porter in tho city.
A man was missed from tho bark
Matilda yesterday after hor arrival.
His body was found at the bottom
of the bay this afternoon by divers,
tho head being badly cut. There is
a suspicion of foul play.
Tho two nativo boys, Bon Haahoo
and Kauahi, who were arrested for
assaulting two Chinamen on Friday
night with bottles, were found guilty
this morning in the District Court
and sentenced to pay a fine of $30
A sale of Government lands situate
in Hilo, Hawaii, will take place on
Thursday, March 30th, at tho front
entrance of Alliolani hale, at noon.
The area of tho different nieces and
upset price are given in tho official
Tho death is announced of Mrs.
Robinson, at tho residence' of Judge
Hart, her brother. She was also sis
ter of Godfrey Rhodes ex-President
of the Hawaiian Legislature, Mrs.
S. U. von Pfiistor Fand tho lato Mrs.
Thos. Brown of Honolulu.
A gonuino "scoop;" that's what
tho Yaulioos call it. Tho Bulletin
contained an account of the burn
ing at sea of tho whaling bark Soa
Breeze about two weeks ago, and
nbw our neighbor says she is off port
and was soon by tho W. G. Hall last
Jimmy Harrington, latoly of Ho
nolulu, came near defeating Tom
Forest of Vancouver in a finisli baro
knucklo fight at Victoria, B. C, on
Feb. 7th for $200 a sido. Just as
Barringtou was finishing his man,
tho police interfered, as it was after
12 o clock Saturday night. Barring
ton forcod tho fighting from tho
Prof. M. 11. Lohoido having been
unable to secure a hall, has decided
to start his school temporarily at
the boathouse adjoining thu Marine
Hnilway. lie has obtained tho ex
clusive use of the lowor apartments
for every evening from fl p. in. to 10
li.in,, excepting Saturdays and Sun
days, All those desiring to become
members should apply beforo Mon
day, February 27th (first class night),
(hereby saving thu customary initi
Mr. 0, F. Davis, editor of the
Hlooniliold, Iowa, Farmer, says; I
can recommend Chamburlain'sL'oiigh
Komedyto nil sullererH with colds
and croup, I have used it in mv
family for tho piiHt two years
have found it thu best 1 over used
for tho purpose for which it is in
tended. M cunt bottles for sale by
all dealers, Itenson, Smith and Co.,
AgontH for the Hawaiian Islands.
TREATY SIGNED BY PRESI
And Reported Already Ratified
by the Senate.
Caustic Comments by the San Francisco
The San Francisco Report, in its
edition printed half an hour before
tho stoamor Australia sailed, Wed
nesday, February 15, contains tho
Washington, D. C, February 15.
The documents in connection with
tho Hawaiian annexation treaty are
ready for transmission to the Son a to,
and, nothing unexpected arising to
prevent, they will bo sent to tho
Senate this afternoon. Accompany
ing tho President's messago and the
text of the treaty, will bo copies of
much of the correspondence bo
tweon tho Governments of tho
United States and of Hawaii, respec
ting tho subject of annexation, dat
ing back half a century.
The treaty will, of course, bo sent
to tho Senate for consideration in
executive session, but it is expected
that tho injunction of secrecy will
bo prompt! removed by tho Senate
and tho documents given to tho
The treaty is signed bj John W.
Foster, Secretary of State, and
Messrs. Thurston, Castle, Marsdon,
Wildor and Carter, Commissioners,
on behalf of the Provisional Govern
ment of Hawaii.
COMMENTS DT THE REPORT,
Tho Report, under tho headin
"The Islands aro Ours," has tho fo
lowing editorial on tho annexation:
"Tho Hawaiian islands virtually
belong to tho United States to-day.
"Tho Eoport is in a position to say
that tho treaty of annexation was
signed in Washington yostorday. Of
course the Senate will confirm it; and
then nothing will remain to bo done
but to take possession.
"Wo think tho United States has
made a mistake in taking possession
of the islands in such haste. That,
however, is duo to Harrison's deter
mination to have tho glory of annex-''
ation lor his own, though, truly,
thero is not much glory in it.
"A bettor course would have been
to hoar what the Queen's onvoys had
to say and to take a vote of the Ha
waiian people. No attention nood
havo been paid to the arguments of
tho onvoys, and it would havo been
quite easy to arrange matters so that
a majority voto for annexation would
appear on tho record. Then the
United States could havo taken the
islands in with a good graco. But,
as we have said, such proceedings
would have thrown tho actual an
nexation over into Cleveland's term
of oilico, which was to bo avoided at
any cost oven tho cost of violating
all American traditions and prece
dents and placing ourselves on a
level with England and Russia in
our dealings with a weak nation a
trusting nation too, by the way.
"Besides, California should, have
been consulted as to tho terms of tho
treaty. This State is the nearest to
Hawaii, and tho prosonco of" many
thousands of coolie aud contract
laborers there deeply concerns us.
"Wo ought to havo been given an
opportunity to express ourselves
upon tho terms of tho treaty; and
wo hope tho Senate will not slight
us as President Harrison has, but
will do us the justice ho ought to
havo clone us.
'kWo do not see anything loft for
Cleveland to do now, oxcept to an
nex Canada. Surely some natural
ized Americans in Canada or, better
still, some French-Canadians can bo
induced to ask the United States to
annex tho country. That appears
to bo all that is necessary."
The Provisional Government has
received tho following despatch, evi
dently indited the evening before
tho sailing of tho steamer:
"Treaty annexation signed to-day.
Goes to Senate to-morrow. Every
reason to expect favorable action.
Terms of treaty strictly subrosa. Do
not believe newspaper statements of
contents. All well.
"L. A. Thurston."
Mr. Washburne, who is in Hono
lulu representing thu Associated
Press, has a telegram by tlio steamer
stating that the Treaty was present
ed to the Senate on the afternoon
of the 15th, aud on motion of Sena
tor Sherman thu Senate immediate
ly proceeded to executive business.
It is believed by Mr. Washburne
that the Treaty was ratified before
tlio steamer sailed, but too late
for the news to be got on board.
Also, that tho Commissioners will
try to have tho contents of the
Treaty withheld from Iransmissiou
to Honolulu until thu steamer that
liringH (heniM)Ives home.
NO SUOAII IIOU.NTY,
I 11 iu unlil lliimi is iiothinir in the
i treaty about the sugar bounty being
I paid on Hawaiian crops. Mr. Thurs
ton is reported as haying the bounty
was not insisted on, as they did not
expect the bounty would lut long
enough to cover tho next crops.
to nn rtEFErmED to the r no visional
Tho troaly is said to contain a
provision for roforonco to tho Pro
visional Government of Hawaii, to
bo roturned with their approval
within two months. After that legis
lation to provide a form of govern
ment for tho now territory will bo
A BEAUTIFUL OHABITY.
Annual Mooting of tlio
The Hospital Flower Society hold
thoir annual mooting on Tuesday
aftornoon at tho Y. M. C. A. Thero
was a goodly number present And a
good deal of business was done. Tho
old officers woro unnuimously re
elected for tho ensuing yoar with
tho exception of tho Vico-Prosidont
who wished to resign.
It was votod that tho duos of
members were to bo paid onco a
year (one dollar) instead of 25 cents
a month as it had boon.
Tho treasurer reported a good
sum in tho Postal Savings Bank, and
it was decided that a portion of it
should bo used to keep a cortain
aged man in tho Queen's Hospital
for a mouth, or longer if noeossary.
A lottor from Miss Carroll was
read, in which she said that she
wished to thank tho young ladies on
behalf of tho patients for thoir kind
ness and faithful attention in tak
ing flowora to tho sick, by whom thoy
woro much appreciated.
Formor Unwelcome Visitor a Stow
away on tho Australia.
A man named Taylor, who com
mitted a forgery in California some
years ago and fled to Honolulu with
a female companion, has again mado
his appearance hero; this time as a
stowaway on tho S. S. Australia.
Besides Mr. Taylor thero are two
other stowaways on board tho stoam
or. As a law has been passed by tho
lato Legislature prohibiting tho land
ing of stowaways from any foreign
vessels in any port on hte Hawaiian
Islands, Mr. Taylor and his compan
ions will have to work thoir way back
on the same steamer to tho Coast.
Taylor had just completed his
senteuco in jail and tho first thing
ho did was to come here.
Honors Even and Nothing Groat
to Brag Of.
Tho Bulletin acknowledges the
scoop boasted of by the Advertiser
in tho Hespor mutiny story. This
fairly evens up tho honors for this
week, as tho Bulletin badly scooped
tho Advertiser tho other day, on tho
Capo Horn fatal burning, which was
reported at tho Police Station seven
hours beforo the publication of tho
Advertiser, aud that paper hadn't a
word about it until after it was fully
reported in tho Bulletin.
Tho Kinau leaves Hilo to-day
(Feb. 20) with a gentleman who has
given great pleasure to those who
attend church, and the Literary and
Musical entertainments. Doctor
Wiggins, who camo to Hilo a little
over two j'oars ago to practico me
dicine at Papaikou, will long bo re
membered. Always gonial, gontlo
manly, sympathetic, he will be miss
ed. A man who makes himself use
ful among people is always missed.
Ho goes to Brooklyn, NowYork, and
carries with him our aloha nui,
though lost to sight to memory
dear. J. A. M.
Hilo. Fob. 20, 1893.
S. S. Australia.
Tho steamer Australia, H. C.
Houdletto, commander, sailed from
San Francisco February IB, at 2 p.
in., with 33 cabin anil 22 steerage
passengers, and 12 bags mails. En
countered favorable weather
throughout tho voyage. Arrived at
Honolulu February 22, at D:30a.in.
Arrived, per S. S. Australia, to
day, Wednesday, 22d February,
for tho California Fruit Market, on
ico: Celery, cauliflower, fresh oys
ters, shell and in tins; salmon, floun
der, crabs, etc. Also, our usual sup
pby of apples, pears, dried fruits,
nuts and raisins, dates, etc; Califor
nia figs, in boxes; prunes, potatoes
navel oranKos, Sicily lemons, Moxi-
cau limes and onions. All frosh and
sound; prices to suit the times.
P. G-. Camaiunos,
Cor. King and Alakea streets.
Mutual Telephone 878.
BEING Al'l'OINTKI) ASBHINKK OK
the Estate of Akiinii, haiikriipt, Ho
nokuwai, all creditors are herehy requested
to prcbuut their respective claims at once,
at the ollleu of Ilyniau llros., and all
dchtors to make Immediate settlement.
Assignee Estate Akuun, bankrupt.
IHKUNDBKSIO.NKI) 1IAVINO HI'l'N
imiiolnted Ausiuneu of thu Estate of
HV,.,,. kll.,, It...,!?.,,. ... l.'t, oiti I. , ..It .uir,iiu
I having chihiiH against thu said Estate are
! requested to present them to thu under
signed nt thu ollleu of Ilyiuaii llros., nod
g to tlio Ml
d Estate must
Assignee of Toug Hiug.
Honolulu, Keh. 'il, IMW. 07-lt"
A I KM IJKItS OK MYHCIIOOI
L en I Cnltiiriil am heruhv not
1 will Htnrl tiiuiuoraiHv at the llo.u llousu
iidlolniiig Marinu lliillu.iy until ahlu to
scenic a hull. l''ollowiug are the Class
Nights hegliinlng MONDAY, Kih. .'7th:
TUKHIIAYH.V KUIIU YH-Chih Swing.
lug, lluiuli Hell l.XfrelH-, I'.tc.
Boll Toleplao-ae 1VS
(CT-lw M. II, I.OIIKIDi:,
Wo believe in (lie farmer faking a
proper intercsf in politics, but nut
m the professional politician. Pa
pers are so cheap nnw-n-dnys (lint
any one can aliord to road both
sides and base his judgment on (lie
evidence presented. Soino merry
writer, unknown to us, has very
neatly described the politician in
tho following psalm of polities:
"The politician is my shepherd, 1
shall not want any good thing dur
ing tho campaign. Holondeth nio
into a saloon for my vole's sake. Ho
filleth my pockets with line cigars
and my beer glas runneth over, lie
inquiroth concerning the health of
my family, oven to tin fourth gen
eration. Yon, through the mud and
rain to volo for him and shout my
self hoarse, when he is elected fie
straightway forget let h mo. Yea,
though 1 meet him in his own office,
ho knoweth nio not. Surely, the
wool has been pulled over mine eves
all tho days of my life." -The Coflnje
Exponent, Stockton, Cat.
V. Dory, of Warsaw,
was troubled with rheumatism and
tried a number of different remedies.
, r .
but says nono of thorn seemed to do
him any good, but finally ho got
hold of ono that speedily cured him.
Ho was much pleased with it, and
felt suro that others similarly afliicl
ed would like to know what tho
remedy was that cured him. He states
for tho benefit of the public that it
is called Chamberlain's Pain Balm.
For 'sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., Agents for the Hawai
Per S. S. Australia.
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
IiOST OR MISLAID
S KAUAI POSTAL SAVINfiS 15AXK
7 JJiiok No. -IjSI. Kiiiilor
r plca-i notify
the lk'M.r.HN o'lli-i.'.
i -:st "
rrWItnK HAWAIIAN J'.llKl)
JL JlllltW. 11111 III- SM'fll lit UOI'lv V"l
bi'twvcu tin' KaiiivhainriiaSi'hooN jiL.il
and tin- Mn-omo loinplc :n. ilnv
ONK Oil TWO
TWO NICMI.V (
oil liooms not fr;C',''--V,,V
own, l.y Mile- &;;';?.
iij? Mini, lief- Ci-Ki'
loo far from ti
iTomv i;i von. l'lfii-i- mjiiiI tumlicaiiiiii :tiul
pneu to "'. O. lto. C" H.).V-.'t
.s very convenient.
rpHK ADJOUUNKI) ANNUAL Ml'KT
JL inn of tho Daily IIi'w.kti.n I'nu.iwu
inh Company, (I.'n), will ! helil at the
ISui.i.ktin Ollleu on TIIUIISDAV, Kelt.
'1, Wn, nt ltl o'clock A. M.
II. K. Mi-IXTYlti:,
Honolulu, Fuh. 'M, IKtl. IM-Ut
A 12 OAUGK L. ('. . --;.
Smith Hiuiiiiierk-a (((&k fl
BhotKim in Al or.lerwith WW
'2 Caws and ClcaniiiK lin- tftT'vr-' &.
lilumentsj all uoniileto; 0CJ
ul.sOjjJOO tiiUiro' liaud-lo.iiled SliclJ.-.
t"" Kor iiartioiilnr-1, inquire of
Y. M. OUNNINdHAM,
(i.'t-tf Anchor tsuloon.
LAWN MOWKKS TO I.KT IIY THK
day, weok or month KciKiIrhiK,
Cleaning unit Sharpening done; Ullr.it!
Pieces furnished when required, .Mnelilnes
called for and returned. Al-o, lti'j:iiriii
Garden Hose in fact, can do anything
necessary around the I1011-0 or btahle.
King nn Mutual Telephone l.VJ.
687-tf n. f. mmcKss.
ItOW, KliOM MI NOT
ago; was tlien J years of ago; .1 feut 10
Inches iu height; dark hair aud eyes; llrst
joint of thumb 011 left huiid gouo. If lie
will I'omuutnlcatu with the undersigned he
will lieur of souiething to his advantage.
II. II. NOHTON.
OlD-hv . Honolulu,
HOTII TEE. No. :-.
Stand: Corner Fort & Merchant Sts.
Hacks can hu had at any hour of the day
up to l'J o'clock at night, 011 teruu
to suit the limes,
Hacks Nos. 33, 45, G2, G3, 67, 70, 73, 97, I9G
TO TLANT LOVERS !
I'NIM.IthKiNKIi )l.Sli:i8 TO
the piihlic that he in preinire.l
kind of Tree. Hhriih or
lliihli liy tjriifling, Uiidding, lnlna, or
other lliellmd". No pa, iinilito rtiil he U
iiilied until tlu'.N are well nioled, u'hieh
will lake fiom nix uiek" to ah liioulliK, ne
I'oidlug to its genu-. miw in tin' ilnn for
IiiiIIih tomiilci' pieeiil whether exoiius or'
natives, to her, fiieiiih, ulll uUu ntelir
tiil.li In eradleate nil liikbetn that n'V npiu
or siicl; thu mip frnm lifim mid oiliur r
tahlus, whh'h luin l"'evilloil flolu .10 toui
hours; no cure im i,v.
Itr- Thu t'liiluu uiul umitu. fwiiiU) a
iwmiii Umoiiinj (Jiiu.
e? fir-Ma Mr w
rpiIKl'KI'MISr.S I.ATK- 1 jv.i
X ly oraipiuil l.y I'. I'. $&. O,
Knnoa on K.1111; itrvct. It W 1 rfVifriS.
hui 11 Lariju Yard uiul the iiS,SLi
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Catarrh, Hay Fever, Asthma
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yield like magic to the soothing
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109 Fort Street,
SELLING OFF !
Commencing January 3, 1893.
CLOTHING MADE TO ORDER
At Greatly Rednced
All Prices larked
Ssr 'I'lii opportunity is
to Ui'iltT pi'i-lt'ct
(Jofifls at Lower
nrrMm hh taAs
IEL . EIEaiLEIEs & GO.
AlTKlt TAKINi. .Si'Oi K AM. KINDS OK ,
Curtains in White, Cream and Colored !
At lull tin former e.i.t.
Velvet c& Srn.yrri.Ei PLiags,-
Woolftii UodiIs in Plain, Striped & Plaids, Below .Cost 1
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ty DrdHiuuakluu Uuder l,?iMiiJBiiWiy1oim8iqLJ
ardi are Co, L'd
& Lace Leather
Honolialia, H. I.
Prices FOR GASH !
in Plain Figures !
ofl'urod to obtain Clothing
and made of Hhrh (Jrndo
has over boon offered iu this
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