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Bchool Houso and Teacher's Cottage
for Kilauoa, Kauai.
Tenders will be received ftt the Oftlco of
tho Board of Education until WEDNES
DAY, the 21st of Juno next, at 12 o'clock
noon, for the construction, including ma
terial, painttng, freight, etc., of n School
Houso 20x48x12 feet, clear, and n Cottago
Si) x 12x12 feet, with veranda, and veranda
rooms, at tho place abovo named.
Cartngo of tho material from tho Kllauea
landing to the school site, will be free to
Flans and specifications for tho work can
be seen at tho Ofllco of the Hoard of Educa
tion, and at Mr. Q. R. En art's, Kilauea.
Thcso buildings will bo similar to thoso
recently erected by tho Hoard of Education
at Hattamaulu, Kauai.
The Board does not bind Itself to accent
tho lowest or any tender.
W. JAS. SMITH,
Oljlci) of tho Board of Education, May 31,
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
Pledged to neither Sect nor Parly,
But Established for the Benefit of All.
THURSDAY, JUNE 1, 1893.
Our readers will, it is certain. iar
don any omissions thoy may notice
in this issuo, upon finding the space
crowded with a comprehensive bud
get of foreign news.
All sorts of rumors aro flying about
to-day since the arrival of tho Amer
ican mail. One is to the effect that
the United States Government has
intimated to the Hawaiian Govern
ment that annexation is out of tho
question at present. Our reporter
found the Councils chamber closed
shortly after the regular opening
hour of tho general session this af
ternoon. HOBERT. J. OKEIGHTON.
Death, of the Veteran Journalist and
Tho steamer brings news of tho
sudden death of Mr. Robert J.
Croightou at his residence in San
Francisco. His death, which was
painless, took placo without any
warning. Mr. Creightou was a na
tive of Derry, County Antrim. He
graduated at Queen's College, Bel
fast, with honors, and after finishing
his education, devoted himself to
the career of a journalist. Ho sub
sequently emigrated to Australia.
From there ho went over to Now
Zealand where ho acted very success
fully as editor of several of tho lead
ing nowspapors of that colony. Bo
sides his journalistic work ho fouud
time to take a hand in politics and
was elected to serve as a Represent
ative in the New Zealand Legisla
ture. Having boon appointed to bo
Government Agent for New Zealand
in California, he wont to reside in
San Francisco. During the Gibson
rogime Mr. Croighton came to Ho
nolulu to take charge of the P. C.
Advertiser, of which he made a
strong and vigorous journal. Ho
had a more than commonly facile
pen for either argumentative or des
criptive writing. Mr. Creightou
served as Minister of Foreign Affairs
for a short time in one of tho soveial
Cabinets headed by Mr. Gibson in
188G. Returning to San Francisco
Mr. Creighton resumed the agency
for the New Zealand Government,
being also private secretary to Mr.
Glaus Spreckels and latteily to
John D. Spreckels. Besides ho took
turns at journalism on the Examine!
and as editor of tho Post. Mr.
Creighton leaves a widow, son and
daughter, tho son being Mr. Charles
Croighton, barrister, of Honolulu.
The late Mr. Creighton was 58 years
He Leaves on tho S. S.
Captain A. W. Walker appeared in
the District Court this morning on
two charges of larceny, one of 200
tins of opium, and the other of a
Colt's pistol, both the property of
the government. Tho charge of
larceny of opium was nol pros'd, as
the prosecution could not make out
On tho second chargo the prosecu
tion called Captains Schlemmer,
Klerame and Robert Parker, to
prove that the pistol was tho pro
perty of tho government, Captain
Parker reading the number of the
pistol, which ho had jotted down
when tho arms wore turned over to
him in 1891.
Tho defense called Messrs. St.
Clair, Crick and Gardiner, who
stated that they saw the pistol in
Walker's possession long "boforo do
war." Walker in his own defouso
stated that he had bought tho pistol
for $12 in San Francisco two years
Judge Foster after hearing evi
dence discharged tho prisoner.
Walker left on the S. S. Alamoda
this afternoon for tho Coast.
Are you insured? If not, now is
tho thno to provide yourself and
family with a bottle of Chambor
lain's Colic, Cholera aud Diarrhoea
Romody as an insurance against any
Eorious results from an attack of
bowel complaint during tho summer
months. It is almost certain to bo
needed and should be procured at
once. No other remedy can tnko its
placo or do its work. 25 and f0
cent bottles for sale by all dealers.
Benson, Smith & Co., agents for tho
Stinginess is harder to euro than
tho consumption, -Ham's Horn,
LATE FOREIGN NEWS,
(.Continued from 1st Page.)
Tho Cabinot oiisis in Italy is onded.
Locusts aro ravaging Saratoo pro
Floods have devastated largo dis
tricts in Roumaina.
Czornowitz, on tho river Pruth,
Austria, has boon flooded.
Nearly 100 houses wero burned in
tho Austrian villago of Strang.
Tho Duko of York and l'riueoss
May of Took will bo married July 6.
Tho drought in Germany romaius
uubrokeu. It has ruiuod tho hay
crop in Prussia.
Two months of drought liavo
caused a loss of :0,000,000 francs'
worth of crops in Franco.
Heavy Hoods liavo occurred hi
Piedmont, Italy. Lauds and rail
ways aro submerged by tho overflow
of rivers from torronts of rain. Tho
floods have saved tho country from
enormous loss by drought.
At the Somo sizes M. Arton, tho
Panama lobbyist, was sentenced in
dofault to twenty years penal servi
tude for frauds in connection with
tho Dynamite Society and to fivo
years of civil degradation and tho
payment of 400,000 fraucs lino for
unlawful and dishonest practicos in
his relations to tho Panama Canal
Another landslide has occurred at
Vaerdalon, Norway. Fifty farms
wero (lestioyod and ovor 100 persons
Professor Charlors of tho Nice Ob
servatory discovered on the uight of
May 19-20 threo minor planets of
tho twelfth and thirteenth magni
tude. Sir Charles Russell is arguing tho
British case boforo tho Behring Sea
tribunal iu Paris. Ho contends that
polagic sealing was exercised before
the Pribyloff islauds wore discover
ed, and tho discovery and ownership
of the islands could not destroy tho
provious right of mankind.
Lord Salisbury was accorded a
demonstration at Bolfast, whore he
gave an address on home rule. Ho
said tho bill would probably pass
through the committoo stage, but
the Houso of Lords held an impreg
nable position, representing as it did
tho loyalists of England and Ireland.
Public opinion must bo kept alive to
the danger of this imbecile bill, and
he askou tho men ol Ulster to bo
firm. He asked them to resist such
surrender, not only for their own
sakes, but in order to relievo tho
fame of England from black and
The Minors' International Confer
ence at Brussels has adopted a reso
lution in favor of eight hours a day.
Tho supportors of tho resolution
reprosout nearly 1,000,000 minors;
tho opponents nearly 100,000. Tho
conference then began to discuss tho
question of a universal strike to en
force tho demand. When tho ques
tion was put to a voto tho delegates
loprosentiug 900,000 miners voted in
favor of an international strike, and
delegates representing 100,000 voted
Tho Conference voted unanimous
ly in favor of the exclusion of female
labor from uso iu aud about mines.
Tho question of making the mines
the property of tho State was refer
red to tho next conference.
DEPRESSION IN IRON.
Psesidont Richards in addressing
the annual meeting said that the
year 1892 was one of tho worst ovor
known in tho iron and stool indus
tries. Thoy aro still greatly depress
ed and tho outlook is gloomy. Tho
production of pig iron has fallen off
000,000 tons and steel rails are in a
wore condition. Tho total falling
off in exports of metals aud ma
chinery .is compared with 1891
amounted to 7,000,000 pounds.
Tho Sterling maikots aro now
swamped and there is not onoucrh
t work for half the company's steel
producing power. Abel, who follow
ed Richards, spoke in an encourag
ing and hopeful tone, aud expressed
tho opinion that there are signs of
betteiment in England. He thought
sho was bound to remain the first
iron shipbuilding country iu tho
world. It is- announce that Johu
Fritz of Bethlehem, Pa will bo
presonted with the Bossemor erold
A groat victory has boon won by
tho revolutionists in Nicaragua.
Government losses wore 155 killed
aud 2(57 wounded. Tho rebels lost
only twelve killed and eight wound
ed, but most of them wore ollicors.
President Sacasa is reported to hao
fled to Corinto. An American war
ship is required to protect American
interests, as steamers aro being pre
vented from landing at Sau Juan'
Tho revolutionists aro iu need of
arms. It is reported at the City of
Mexico that British capitalists havo
put up $200,000 to buy arms for tho
revolutionists, with an understand
ing that iu case of success the Bri
tish shall havo an equal voice iu
canal allair.s with Americans.
Rio Grande do Sul revolutionists
with 1500 cavalry aro preparing to
attack tho federal forces of Brazil.
Thobos in Greece was badly dam
aged by an earthquake One lifo
Fiftoon Mexican revolutionists
liavo boon sentenced to prison for
violating tho neutrality laws of tho
Tho stoamor Empress of India
brings news to Victoria that four
Russian warships liavo loft for patrol
duty among tho sealing islands, in
view of the arrangement arrived at
with Groat Britain.
Tho Brazilian vessel of war Al
mirauto linrrosa has been totally
wrecked near Has Gliares, a port off
tho coast of Egypt, in tho Gulf of
A tornado which caused tho loss
1 of hundreds of thousands of dollars
I occurred in Central and Kastorii On
tario, Canada, May 23. Church
bteoplos were blovvu down, buildings
of all kinds wore unroofed aud par-
tinlly or wholly blown down, aud
Eeoplo and livo stock wore carried
odlly considerable distances.
Tho difficulty botwoon Coroa and
Japan has boon sottlod. Tho Coroan
Government has finally agrood to
pay tho JapanosoGovornmontan in
demnity of $110,000, in aottlomont of
tho claims of Japanoso merchants,
tho sum bointr a coninromiso botwoon
that originally demanded by Japan
and that offered by Coroa.
Captain Hughes-Hallott of II. B.
M. S. Garnet has issued a proclama
tion at Victoria to ownors aud mas
tors of all sealing vessels under tho
British flag, that ho will seize any
such vessel that does not got infor
mation through tho Colloctor of
Customs of tho placo and dato at
which sealing vossels aro to rendez
vous during tho season of 1893.
Chinese aio emigrating to Siberia
in great numbers, 11,323 having land
ed at Vladivostock since tho oponing
of that poit this spiing.
Despatches havo boon received at
Poking from the Mexican and Brazil
ian Governments inviting tho Chi
nese to thoso countries as agricul
tural laborers. Yung Ju, omoy to
tho United States, Spain and Peru,
will probably bo accredited to thoso
two republics also, to iuvestigato iu
Apia, May 20. Considorablo inter
est is being shown iu ramie growing
throughout tho islands.
Apia has a public library contain
ing 1300 volumes.
Queen Victoria's birthday was
celebrated by a fancy dross ball.
Cricket is all tho go at present.
Recently two teams of Samoan wa
hiuos (41 a sidol) played a two-days'
match at Sogi, w Inch was desperate
ly contested by the fair ones.
During tho week ending 18th
May, tho a orago temperature ranged
from 67 to 83 in tho shade.
Tho Samoa Weekly Horald has
There are indications of another
outbreak botwoon tho rival native
Sir Robert Stout of Now Zealand
contributes an interesting article on
Samoa and its future to one of tho
A Pretty Display of tho Manly Art
Young Griffo, tho featherweight
champion pugilist of tho world, and
James Barron, the weltorweight
champion, arrived on the S. S. Ala
meda yesterday. They are on thoir
way to mako sweeping challenges in
the United States. Thousands of
people assembled at tho wharf in
Syduoy when Griffo boarded tho
Alamoda, and as she steamed out
tho harbor two tugboats with two
bands on them followed the steamer
out. It was not definitely kuown
whether Griffo was coming through
this trip, as ho had disappointed
his admirors before. Ho was booked
to leao Sydney several steamers
ago, and whon tho vessel started to
leave Griffo jumped overboard aud
Thos. Wright met the sports when
tho Alameda arrived. Arrangements
wore then mado for an exhibition in
the evening at tho Boretania street
armory. About forty admirors of
the manly art wero present to wit
ness tho exhibition. After threo pre
liminary set-tos between passougors
Griffo and Barron stripped aud en
tered an impromptu ring. Griffo
has broad shoulders, a long reach
and immenso chest. His hoad is set
on his broad shoulders with a thick
set neck. Tho Australians boxed
threo rounds, and displayed one of
tho most scientific exhibitions ovor
Griffo goes to America to fight
either lightweight Johnny Grifliu or
featherweight Goorgo Dixon for tho
biggest purse offered. His trainer
accompanies him on his tour.
S. S. MONOWAI.
The Second Engineer Dies at
Prom an Overdose of Opium.
Purser J. Ness Keith furnished
tho Bulletin tho following report of
tho S. S. Monowai's passage: Ar
rived at 5 a. in., Union S. S. Co.'s R.
M. S. Monowai, 3300 tons, M. Carey,
Commander. Sho cleared tho Golden
Gate on May 23 at 5 p. in., and had
a fine weather run down of (5 days
On the 2Gth, at 5 p. m., tho second
ongineor, Mr. D. Ritchie, was found
dead in his cabin, tho causo of death
being an overdose of opium, which
docoasod had boon taking for in
somnia. Ho was buried at sea next
The weather throughout was fine
with smooth sea.
S. S. Alameda.
Memo of voyago: Discharged Syd
ney pilot May 15th at 5:30 p. m.;
nrrivp1 nt AticHawl on llio lWth uL
3:80 p. in,; sailed from Auckland on
tho 20th at 3 p. m.; stopped off Apia
on tho 21th, at noon; detained for a
barkentiuo to tako up hor anchor
ago; sailed from Apia at 5 p. m.j
stopped for Honolulu pilot May
31st at 3:15 p. m, Thonco strong E.
N. E. winds and hoad sea. Tnno
from Syduoy, 10 days, 18 hours; from
Auckland 11 days, 20 hours. Tho
Alamoda resumed hor voyago at 12
o'clock noon to-day.
Chamborlain's Cough Romody
Is famous as a
Cure for sovoro colds.
Famous as a
Preventive of pnounionia.
Famous as a
Preventive and euro for croup.
Famous for tho relief it affords
Famous as a safe and pleasant
Medicine for childron,
Try it. 50 cent bottles for sale by
Benson, Smith & Co.,
Agents for tho
Tho (lower that bloom in tho uprlng, tra
Hum nothing to do with the curth;
Ttioy bloom In tho milliner' shop, tra-lal
And cost fifty times what they'ru worth.
-Xcw York Herald.
THE NEW LINE.
of tho Miowora
Tho S. S. Miowora of tho Canadian
Pacific Stoam lino, Captain Stott,
arrived this morning 13 days from
Syduoy, and docked at tho Pacific
Mail dock. Tho following is a re
port of hor passage and a descrip
tion of tho magnificent liner:
Loft tho Grafton wharf, Sydney,
on Thursday ovouing, May 18, a
largo crowd boing prosont to soo tho
vessel off. Anchored in Moroton
Bay on tho morning of tho 20th, tho
draught of tho ship not pormittiug
us to go up tho nvor. At 4 p. in.
on same day tho pilot was dropped
outsido Moroton Bay. Passod closo
to Walpolo Island, a lonely unin
habited island about 1J miles long.
On May 25th camo in sight of Rotu
mah, tho northernmost soction of
tho colony of Fiji. Arrived Hono
lulu on tho morning of Juno 1st.
Pleasant weather and moderate toni
poraturo throughout tho trip.
Tho following description of tho ves
sel will bo read with interest: Tho
Miowora, is built on what is know as
the three deck grade, .mil has a long
poop deck which extends ovor her
engines and boilers, with a long top
gallant forecastle, and a complete
system of water biillist on the cellular
double-bottom principle. Her deckB
uro of speoially-Bcli'ctod teak wood of
ruwo than ordinary thickness, and
the strength of tho vessel generally is
far in excess of Lloyd's and tho Board
of Trade rules the exceptional
weight of the framing admitting of
hold beams being dispensed with.
Her fino lines, double-bottom, and
watertight compartments combine to
make her a very suitable vessel for
war purposes, should any emergency
occur to render her services necessary.
She carries six large lifeboats (two of
which are constructed of steel, and
are practically unsinkable), with a
cutter and dingy. She is lighted
tluoughout by electricity, and carries
a second engine in case of tho failuie
of the first, which supplies tho instal
lation, while there is u complete sys
tem of elect) ic bells all over the ship.
Her dimensions are: Length be
tween perpendiculars, 340ft.; length
over all, 360ft. ; breadth of beam, 43ft. ;
depth of hold, 28ft. She is fitted with
engines of 4700-horae power, construc
ted, as were the steel boilers, by the
Wulhend f-lip way Euginecrii g Com
pany. All the arrangements for the
discharge of cargo are on tho latest
principle, tho steam winches, &c, be
ing so urtangcdth.it cargo can be
taken in or put out almost noiselessly,
thus saving passengers great discom
fort, while a very noticeable feature is
the height of the bulwarks on her well
deck, which have been brought up to
such a height that the water will bo
kept oil', suul yet at tho same time
ventilation fully preserved. Tho whole
of the saloon passenger accommoda
tion is on the main deck, and is with
out doubt of a very superior order,
every possible care having been paid
to light and ventilation, while ample
bath accommodation has been sup
plied, together with an unlimited sup
ply of fiobh water. The saloon proper
is a very handsome apartment, imme
diately under tho poop deck, while
alleyways run from it to the three-
quarter poop, thus affording a perfect
cuirent of air right through on both
bides of the ship. The saloon is 50ft
in length, and its bieadth extends the
whole vvitl'h of tho ship, and is hand
somely fitted up with carved oak panels
in polished fr lines in maple and wal
nut woods. The berthing accommo
dation consists of some fifty state
rooms, handsomely fitted and equip
ped with patent spiing mattresses,
iron folding beds, couches, fec. The
sanitary appliances are perfect, the
baths are all marble, each fitted with
a fchower, and there is an ample al
lowance of fres-h water allotted to each,
the (-hip carrying an exceptionally
large number of fresh water-tanks,
beside being able to condense upwards
of '0,000 gallons daily. The ladies'
boudoir is charmingly flitted up,
while the social hall is a special
feature, decoiated with hand-painted
panels of satinwood, silk tapestry up
holstery, and supplied with a magni
ficent grand piano, by Bechstein.
There is a luxurious smoking-room.
The second cabin accommodation is
designed to carry 100 passengers, and
is very neat and comfortable. The
veshel is fitted with two lefrigerating
chambers one for cargo and the
other for ship's use: so that meats,
lidli, poultry, fruit, &c, will always be
available at any season of the year.
Is a tantalizing admonition to those
who at this season feol all tired out,
weak, without appetite and discour
aged. But tho way in which Hood's
Sarsaparilla builds up the tired
frame and gives a good appetite, is
really wonderful. So wo say, "Tako
Hood's and it will brace you up."
Probably not all postmasters will
be removed this summer, but thoso
who remain may count upon an
early fall. Lowell Courier.
For a general family cathartic wo
confidently recommend Hood's Pills.
WRESTLING --:-- TOURNAMENT
Championship of tho Hawaiian Islands
TO TAKE I'lAOB
Saturday Evening, June 10th.
TIIPRK WILL HE A
Neck Tufj-of-War Tonrnamont
FOK CASH PRIZES.
OT" J'.ntrl.s now open to all comers.
Weight, 150 ibii. and nut exceeding 110 lbs.
DR. S. ASANO,
Physician and Surgeon
NO. 107 NUUANU AVENUE,
(Neatly opp. Eaglo House.)
7 to 0 -. M,
0 to 12 a, m., 2 to fi and
J. C. Davis, Rector of St. James'
Episcopal Church, Eufaula, Ala.:
"My son lias been badly afflicted
with a fearful and threatening cough
for several mouths, and after trying
severalprescriptions from physicians
which failed to relieve him, he has
been perfectly restored by the use ol
two bottles of Bo
An Episcopal schee's German Syr
up. I can recom
Rector. mend it without
severe, deep-seated coughs like this
are as severe tests as a remedy can
be subjected to. It is for these long
standing cases that Boschee's Ger
man Syrup is made a specialty.
Many others afflicted as this lad
was, will do well to make a note of
J. F. Arnold, Montevideo, Minn.,
writes: I always use German Syrup
for a Cold on the Luugs. I have
never found an equal to it far less
G. 0. GREEN. Snlc Man'fr.Wnodburv.N.I.
W. P. REYNOLDS, Prop.
A Word about Our Baseball Supply
It is Full and Complete
Tho Prices Can't bo Beat.
As before remarked our Optical Department
with the assistance of the infallible Hl'HMIl
TEIt goes itcadily atom, but uc hate a uord
of teaming for those who THINK tliey will be
made to tool more styliih by wearinq glasses
talc Puneh'i adiice and DOX'T, unlets you
wear only the frames.
Gold, Nickel, Steel & Shell Frames in Stock
BOLE AGENT FOR
SOLE AGENT FOK
The charm that keeps peace in every
Guitars from $4 Up !
Our Stationery Department is replete with
all Fashionable Society Papers.
Novels bv every steamer. Also the Latest
and Best Bound Books to suit all
ages at Publisher's Kates.
Music and Books Ordered by Every Steamer.
Don't forget that we keop the Best Assorted
Stock of Lawn Tennis Goods in
Hawaiian TJ J (tS American
Legends & Myths of the Hawaiian Islands
By His Late Majesty Kalakaua.
Sent to any address on receipt of $'.'.75.
ICE CREAM PARLORS
Having Changed Hands are now Prepared
ICE CREAM of the Best Quality,
SHERBETS of the Best Quality.
Ice Cream Soda and Soda Water
And a Choice Assortment of
FRENCH AUD PLAIN MIXED CANDIES
COFFEE, CHOCOLATE & TEA
SEJtVED TO ORDEK.
THE UNDERSIGNED HABTHIS DAY
disposed of his Express Business to
Mr. D. McCorriston. Thanking the public
for their liberal patronage I would solicit
a continuance nt the same to Mr. Mc
Corriston. M. N. SANDERS.
Business I am now pre
pared to atterd to all Cartage at Reason
able Rates. Mr. Cooper will continue in
my employ. Ofllco as formerly, King
street. u. Aicuuiti(iBiu.
Honolulu, May, 30, 1893.
DRAFT NO. 12 FOR ?20 FAVOR OF
Kalili (w) on Mossr.s. H. Hackfeld &
Co. has beon lost and pavment hereby
stopped. IOSlA KAINA.
Kalawao, Molokai, May 2r)th. 738-2w
THE Sl.OOP "WAIANAE,"
F. Motta, master, sails
from Honolulu fur above port
on every Monday and Thurs
dav at 10 o'clock a. m.
A. U. I'ltBTAK a. Age
with Qonsalves & Co., Queen nt.
rpHE SCHOONER 'NORMA,
jl o.i ions Jicuuicr, minstan
tially built of Oak and Codar;
Conner and Conner Fastened.
For price mid particulars aptilv
720-tf THEO. IX. DAVIES & CO.
F. M. WAICEFIELD,
Attoh.nky and CouHHianm at Law.
Temporary olllce with Mr. C, W. Ashford.
Merchant st., Honolulu, 11. J.
Fine Job Printiny ut the Bulletin Ojjke.
Golden Rule Bazaar,
THE ABOVE BRANDS OF EXTRA
Choice v Manila y. Cigars
T" AUK JUST TO HAND EX S. S. "GAELIC." -
Those who appreciate a GOOD CIGAR can now supply
$3.50 TO $5.00 PER HUNDRED.
eaa .fort, Street, -
Corner Fort Sa
I beg to inform the Ladies that I have received a Largo and Com
plete Lino of the Celebrated
Diamond Dye Fast Black Hose
For Ladies, Gentlemen, Misses and Children in Silk, Lisle and Cotton.
INFANTS' OPENWORK. SOCKS IN BALBRIGAN
INFANTS' OFENWOKK LISLE SOCKS IN FAST BLACK
1 CALL ATTENTION THAT I WILL HAVE A
SPECIAL HOSIERY SALE
m- Commencing SATURDAY the 13th, -ss
WHERE GltEAT INDUCEMENTS WILL BE OFFERED.
Prices as .A-civertiseci
I am ollennc Extra Inducements in
IN SWISS, APLIQUE & NOTTINGHAM.
New Designs 1 "Very Choice Patter-na 1
BT Prices of Above Goods as Advertised in Windows "ft
Oiartain :&ateria,ls I
I AM OFFERING SWISSES, 48 INCHES WIDE, AT 25c.
. -tU Jed. JtrL Xi X CJJ Jr3 ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., ... - Honolulu, H. I.
R.EOH33STT AttTLTVj&JL "TAOORA1
Regular Additions to Stocks Received per Sail and Steam
from Europe, Australia, New Zealand
and the States.
White Bros. Portland Cement
Roche Harbor Lime, Powell Duffryn Largo Steam Coal.
ANGLO CONTINENTAL GUANO WORKS CO.'S
Guano " Concentrado "
OhlondorH's Special Cane Manure, OulendorH's Dissolved Peruvian Guano.
Steel Emails, 14, 1, 18&20 lTos.;
BOLTS, NUTS and FISH PLATES TO BU1T. '
BAGS Rico, Coal and Paddy;
WIRE Galvanized, Varnished, Black and Galvanized Barbed;
GARDEN FENCE, GATES, ETC., ETC.
-A-riolxors a,n.cL Oliaixis
Yellow Metal Sheathing, Coal Tar, Iron Tanks, 400 gallon;
lllnl.i 11. iil nniiii iiii.nil 3 n 1 !. .1 . 1111 1 .nil
. mill urn. iui 1 uui;i. uuivuihavii iiuiii
Siptaio und Arch Fire Bricks, Down Pino,
Gut taring, s,uaro anil O. G, y to Gin.;
Ridging, Galvanised Water Pipe, from yt to 21n.;
Sheet Lead, Sheet Zinc,
Wilden's Charcoal Tin Plates,
Rooting Slates, Fire Olay.
Hiygin's Fine Eureka Dairy Salt!
5S Found Bags;
LIVERPOOL COARSE SALT, 1121b bags;
HAWAIIAN COARbli SALT, 1001b bags;
ROOK SALT, SODA CRYSTALS, LUMP ALUM.
Useful and Ornamental Furniture
BEDROOM SICTS IN MAPLE, WALNUT and ASH,
SCOTCH OIIKB'IH OF DRAWERS.
WRITING D1.8K8 IN ROSEWOOD and MAHOGANY,
CORNER and HALL CHAIRS, CARD TABLES, Etc., Etc.
French Iron Bedsteads I
ZFIZtsTTS shol3l OILS I
COMPLETE STOCK OF
drain, Hay and Feed
C3 - ISTS,
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that line. Received about 1C0 Pairs
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Stuffs Always on Hand
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