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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAUD CO.
FROM AND AFTER JUNE 1, 1S93.
To Kwa Mti.u
Leave Pearl City
Arrlvu Kwa Mill.
Leave Kwa Mill.,
Lenvo I'carl City.
A. Saturdays only.
O. Bunuuvs excepted.
D. Saturdays executed.
THE DAILY BULLBTI
SATURDAY, AUG. 12, 185)3.
IM .A. RUST 33 sste-ws.
Satuiuuy, Aug. 12.
Stuir C II Hilltop from Kiuuil
Bti.ir Waialealo from ilnniiikuu
Bttnr Hawaii from llunuikuii
Stmr.lnme Mnlcco from Kauai
Wlinlubcmt from Molokal
Vossols Leaving Monday.
BtinrJns JIakce for Kupna
Btmt Mokolli for Jlolokai
Cargoes from Ialand Ports.
Stmr Moltolii 100 sheep. 15 cnlves,30 bales
wool, 35 hides and 1 liore.
Stmr .las Makee1 homo and 25 pkgs sun
dries. Stmr U 11 Bishop 115 b:i paddy, 50 M
molasses and 12 pkgs sundrie-.
From Molokai per stmr Mokolli, Aug 12
A C MeCurtncv, Miss K T lliteheoek and
Tho steamer Hawaii arrived this after
noon from Hamakua with a douk loud of
Tho steamer .las. Makeo di-charged 125
tons of eoal yesterday at Kapaa, and leav
ing In tho ev'cninu arrived early thK morn
ing. This is quick work. The Mukvu will
leave again on Monday with 100 ions of
I'l'.TERSON At l'.ilama, to-day (Aug. 12),
Henrietta O., wife of 1. Jl. Peterson,
aged 45 years.
CfW Funeral from the residence, l'u
lania, to-morrow (Sunday ) afternoon at 4
o'elock. Friends and neiiuaintanees are re
spectfully invited to attend.
and an Acquittal
Tho trial of Xawai for assault w it li
a deadly weapon, before Judge
"Whiting, resulted in an evenly split
Kaulawahino, tried for eho fa
gambling, before Judgo Coopor, was
acquitted, one juror dissenting.
Beforo Judge Whiting this morn
ing, Stella Genns was granted a
divorce from Arthur Genus, for de
sertion and failure to support.
The executors of the estate of the
late J. S. Walker havo filed the ac
counts of deceased as executor of
the estate of W. M. Gibson. Re
ceipts are $78,71)3.1-1, and payments
102,l15..)b, showing an indebtedness
to the Walker estate of .?23,2.-2.S2.
Tho Gibson estato is valued at 51 1-1,-(552.
W. F. Allen has filed detailed ac
counts as executor of the Banning
J. A. Magoon has rendered his ac
counts as guardian of Susan Brash.
They show receipts of iS187-l.i(, and
expenditures of 1842.15, leaving a
balance of S32.-11.
judge Coopor has legalized the
adoption of Katherine Caroline Wil
holm by Mr. and Mrs. Saddler.
Subsequent to the petitioning of
trustees of tho Second Congrega
tion of St. Andrew's Cathedral to
have tho matters in dispute between
them and tho Bishop arbitrated,
some of tho trustees asked the
Bishop to call a meeting of the
trustees. Tho Bishop has therefore
two distinct requests from tho Sec
ond Congregation under advise
Arrested for Libol.
Mr. Arthur Johnstone, editor of
tho Advertiser, was arrested at 2
o'clock this afternoon on a charge of
criminal libel,-prelerred against him
by Captain Ferguson. Tho article
in question appeared in this morn
jugs paper, signed Antono Cloys. ,G.
II. Paris furnished 100 bond, for
Mr. Johnstone's liberty.
Mr, A. G. M, Robertson, who was
lately admitted to tho bar on his 10
turu from a course at Yale, has been
appointed District Magistrate of
Honolulu, to act in the place of
Judgo Wm. Foster during the Jut
tor's abson eo.
Tho success of -Mm. Annie M
Beam, of McKeosport, Pennsylvania,
in the treatment of diarrluca in her
children will undoubtedly be of in
terest to many mothers. She says:
"1 spent several weeks in Joiihtowu,
Pa., after tho great Hood, on account
of my husband being employed
there. Wo had several children with
us, two of whom took the diarrhea
very badly. I got some of Chamber
Iain's Colic, Choleia and Diarrluea
Remedy from Kov. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. I knew of
several other case.-, whole it was
equally successful, I think it can
not be cM'ullud and cheerfully u
uoinuiend it," 25 and Ml cent but
tles for sale by all denims, Uoiinon,
Smith it Co., agents for the llawai
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A whaloboat arrived from Molokal
this afternoon with a supply of fish.
Football match this
the Loaguo grounds.
A diamond ring hns boon lot,
which a reward will bo paid
Thu usual praeliVu mulch of orieket,
will l)o played at tho Makiki recrea
tion grounds this afternoon.
.Mr. F. L. lloog, late of tho Adver
tiser stall', will leave on the S. S.
Australia on Wednesday next.
Tho "stowaways" return sincere
thanks for tho Advertiser's "gush."
Send us ice eieam s-oda "iiojlI time."
A detaehniont of the 1 G. guards
was inarched down to Al. MuFiiorny's
store this morning to bo lilted out
Tho examination of the Primary
Grade Cortilleato will begin Mon
day morning at .) o'clock at tho Fort
Tho boxes of apples wont like hot
cakes at J. F. Morgan's auction
room to-day. They sold at fifty
cents a box.
Tho halliards of J. F. Morgan's
flagstaff havo been stolen by some
one. This morning the polo was
lowered and now ropes inserted.
On Monday, Aug. 11th, Jas. F.
Morgan will sell a corrugated iron
building situated at roar of "Wildor's
carpenter shop on the Esplanade.
(J.tptain J. A. King, Minister, of
Interior, and Andrew Brown, Super
intendent of Water Woiks, inspect
ed the attesian well at Makiki this
The third monthly blue ribbon
entertainment at the 1 M. C. A. hall
will bo given this evening at 7:150
o'clock. Uov. W. lador will deliver
Mrs. I. 13. Peterson died this
morning after a long and painful
illness. Her funeral will bo at 4
p.m. Sunday. Tho family will havo
Tt is teportcd that Marshal Hitch
cock will leluin from llilo on tho
next steamer. He lias fully recover
ed his health, and while on Hawaii
spent a week at tho Volcano.
Air. li. C Spalding's A man no was
brought from Kapaa, Kauai, on the
i steamer James Makeo this morning.
1 Aiiierino will bo entered in the races
' at Kapiohini Park on Sept. '2d.
I A horse attached to a brake ran
1 away from tho Waikiki end of Queen
1 street yo-terday afternoon. Tho
vehicle was piled up on the sidewalk
! near Wildor's st allies. Tho outfit
i belonged to it Japanese.
Mr. Win. Cunningham of tho An
I ehor has sold Ida crop of .barley,
I which was mentioned in the Bulletin
t as growing on an old cask. Ho has
' sown some mine -cuds, and expects
' them to sprout up in two dnya.
Tho execution sale of certain pro
perty at Kalihi belonging to Look
Tong took place in front of
Police Stat ion at noon to-day, sub-
ject to a mortgage. P. Peek secured ,
tho property lor 7o0 and interest, j
B. F. Elders it Co. report a rush- i
iug business in some of tho new
lines of ladies' dress goods recoutly
received from the Eastern and Eu-
ropean markets. Some of the now j
dress materials they havo for sale '
are of exquisite quality.
J. F. Morgan held a sale of pro
pel ty at Kaneoho at his salesroom
at noon to-day. Several pieces of
land, on which two years taxes were
due; were sold privately. The
balance, 1)8-100 of an acre, was bid
in by C. W. Booth for $111)3.
At a meet iug of Kawaiahao Church
congregation on Wednesday even
ing, it was resolved to have tho
church lighted by electricity. The
fittings will cost $38(5, and a concert
will be given by the Hui Mole Noe
au this month to raise funds.
A line new Japanese store will be
opened shortly on Hotel street, next
door to tho Uai Nippon store. The
proprietor will oiler for sale the
most beautiful designs of cotton
crepe, new process for tho season
18i)3. The store is under repair, but
will bo leady for the public next
The steamer Liholiho went ashore
at .M.'ikaueli on Wednesday night.
When the si earner C. If. Bishop left
Uuuulci vu.it ordav ovonini', intelli-
geiico wai received by Captain Lo
j Claiio that some of the Liholiho's
j sugar cargo had been taken out and
I the steamer Iwnlani was going to
1 tow her oil'.
"IJarofiioted Bill," who is at tho
Police Station, was called up in tho
Dopul.v .Maihlial's ollice this niorii
I uitf. While ho was upstairs Titrn-
licy Oniner searched his cell and
iouiiil a .-.Heloton Hey. Un examina
tion it was found that the key was
callable of unlocking the chain on
"Hill's" le and the door of his cell.
"Uill" mado the hey since ho has
been confined 1 lime, only four days.
.Many u-cful jca indispensable
article.-, til' hoiiMihold convenience
; are inenlioued in the Hawaiian
, llardwaie Ci,'h leader of to-day.
I The judgment uith which they
bv ihe of-
j select I Ini very articles t
! run after in only, equaled
! fee live manner m w hich they bring
, I hit ailicle.-. In peopleV notice. It is
' no wonder limy jiavo to restock their
special lie-, o olien,
The Uo-itiin football team had a
' lively practice mi tho city fiont near
Iln float laiidiu;' ihi-. morning. As
a iinale tho buallio,, i were (irked to
, join, tM .o-'in.- were mado up mid
Ihe game einitinned until lh.'ll)
' oVhiol;. It eaii-"d genenil laughter
to mo thn buiiilioih, who knew no
mull) about I'.iotunH rules than limy
li.nnv llbiilll Jlwii;;. pile on tup ii'f
i i ho Himtiiu men wneu a "down" win
Ituut Ueer on draught at
.Smith 6i (Jo.'h.
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MECHANIC ENGINE COMPANY
Lively Meeting of Members to Settle
Pursuant to an ndvortisoment in
tho Bulletin thero was a special
meeting of Mechanic Engino Co. No.
2 of tho defunct volunteer firo de
partment at tho Boll Tower yostor
day evening. Tho hall was crowded,
a number of tho motnbors having to
stand. Foreman C. A. Widomanu,
president, and Sooretary A. L. C. At
kinson and Treasurer E. A. Stiles
occupied their respective chairs.
After tho mooting was called to or
der thoro was considerable discus
sion about the funds of tho comnanv
I in the hands of tho present ollicors.
1 In consoqttouco of this discussion
j tho ollicors thought that a slur was
boiuir throwu on them in roirard to
thuir ability and tho voracity of their
accounts, and at one timo Foreman
Widoinauu got up and stated that
he would rosign rather thau bo sub
jected to any moro insinuations.
Finally a motion was made that tho
funds and books of the company be
handed over to an export to bo ex
amined. Henry Smith said that ho had not
hoard of tho funds of any concern
being handed ovor to an export with
the books. The books woro tho only
articles to bo turned ovor, aud if
thoro was any deficiency in funds
from the testimony of tho books,
that could bo demanded.
Tho motion, howovor, carried and
Messrs. D. H. Davis, W. Jarratt and
Phil Braun woro appointed a com
mittee to see that tho funds and
books woro banded ovor to an expert
this morning. Thoy woro also placed
under a bond of $2500.
Thero was somo sharp discussion
also on a donation of $11)5 which had
been made by tho merchants in town
to tho company. A number of tho
members woro in favor of giving tho
money to tho Quoou's Hospital to bo
used m tho gold cure hall should
any of tho mombors bo subject to
such treatment. A majority, how
ovor, woro in favor of "divvying up,"
and tho previously mentioned eom
initteo woro requested to see tho
merchants and gain their views in
regard to tho disposition of the
tnonoy. Should thoy think tho
money ought to bo donated to tho
hospital, all well and good, other
wise tho same.
There was somo talk about con
tinuing organization as an exempt
company, but tho matter was left to
be considered at tho noxt meeting
to bo hold on Friday next.
During the mooting Messrs. W.
H. C. Greiu; and W. Jarratt had a
I "spat." The latter said that ho pro
j viously favored tho continuation of
i an exempt company, but since ho
I had heard of tho disposition of cer
I tain articles belonging to the com
pany at auction, ho had changed
his mind. A silver trumpet, for
which ho would givo $30, had boon
sold for a paltr3r $15. Another valua
ble articlo was sold for $5. Both
these woro bought by Mr. Groig.
Mr. Groig in defense stated that
; the sale was advertised, and if any
i one had bid any higher ho could
j have got tho thing.
i Mr. Jarratt did not see tho advor-
In explanation Mr. Groig slated
that it was only advertised in one
In view of this tho members in
sisted that tho meeting Friday even
ing should bo advertised properly.
A voice: "Well, thoro are only two
papers; tho representatives aro pre
sent." HAVE TOO MUCH HOPE.
Complaint of a Chinese Merchant
Against the Police.
Mr. Soy Young, a Chinese mer
chant, president and manager of tho
Tong Hing Socioty, mado a com
plaint to Deputy Marshal Brown, in
tho absenco of the Marshal, this
morning with regard to the actions
of Captain Klemme and Patrolman
Curtis of the mounted patrol. Tho
following is Soj' Young's story as
given to a Bulletin reporter: Klom
ino and Curtis visited the Tong
Hing Society building on Borotania
street about S):.'J0 o'clock last night,
and woro seen by a numberof China
men, who called out to them. Tho
ollicors answered that if they didn't
shut their mouths, thoy would bo
thrown into the water. "I'll put a
hole through you if you don't shut
Soy Young, who was in bod, was
aroused by tho noise, and going out
saw tho two men skulking around
! the promhos, aud called out to
them. Thoy asked, ''Who aro you?"
I Soy Young replied that ho was presi-
dent and manager of the society.
I Ho was then asked if ho know who
I the men were, aud ho roplied that
I he did, they having come out in the
; litrlit. Young asked then if thoy
were going to make any arrests to
, do it properly, as no resistance
, would be made. The only reply ho
1 received was, "Well, don't you hold
, any more meetings hero!"
Soy Young said that thoy could
hold as many meetings as they liked,
and no thatiKs to the police. Short
ly after the patrolmen left.
Mr. Soy Young states that tho
Tong Hing litis been in existence
thirty yours, and no resistance has
ever been mado to arrests. Only
Intel' he says the patrolmen were
getting a little "too much rope."
homing ih done in regard lo the
oiiicern actions Air. hoy oung wi
w't,, Attorney.aonewil about the
' "1!,t"r),is ho thinks a Chinaman has
rights in this country as well as any i
Sltllllt lllflll UlllIM 111 I llfllllllM IKM IIW.
fourth of the taxos here.
Ask Your FriomU
Who havo taken Hood's .Samanarilla
what they think of it, and Mm re
nlie.s will be positive in its favor.
One has been etued of indigestion
mill (lyutiepsia, another liniln it in
poiiiiabh) for nitric headache, othe
rnnoi't lemurkablo eure of Keroful
Milt rheum and other blood dit-onm.s,
i ill ot Iters will loll von thai it over
euiiies " hat tired felling," and mi on.
'I rnly, the bi aiUorlixiiig whieh
Hood's Sniniinarilla reeeivoH Ih tho
1 hearty eudorMiuieiit of the army of
frieuda it has won by il positive
I iiiudluinal merit.
LETTER FULL OF LIBEL
Attempt in tho Advertiser to Injure
In connection wilh a correspond
ence which appeared in the Adver
tiser this moruing headed "Ho Has
Boon Theroj" containing certain
statements m regard to Captain'
Ferguson and his Guatemala scheme,
a Bulletin reporter called on that
gentleman aud was received very
Tho captain was a very indignant
man. He said the whole loiter was
a tissue of lies. "In the first place," I
captain, ferguson said, "the corresp
ondent stated that G uatomala is com
posed of swamp, and fever abounds
thoro. Now, the man knows nothing
at all of what ho is talking about.
With tho exception of a strip on tho
soacoasl, tho country is the heal
thiest in tho world. The climate is
superior to that of any other coun
try." A copy of tho U. S. Cousular re
ports was shown tho roportor, con
firming Captain Ferguson's state
ment about tho climate. The cli
mnto was OS to 74 degrees in daytime,
and G2 to (58 in tho night. Accord
ing to tho report Guatemala is "one
of tho healthiest countries in tho
"Coffoo," continued tho captain,
"is planted at an altitude of 2000
to 3500 foot above tho lovol of tho
sea, and this very fact shows that
tho climate is good. Auothor false
hood in the lottor is tho statement
that boans and jerked beef is all
they got. This shows that tho man
was otthor not thoro, or that ho is
"Secondly, tho staplo food in
Guatemala is corn. I will givo you
a schedule of the food allowance
mado to tho Japauese laborers under
the contract: one pound of rico aud
corn daily, flour and beans, ouo aud
a half pounds of fresh beef daily,
two pounds of tea and sugar daily,
aud a full allowauco of soi aud plan
tation bauauas. The Guatemalan
Government gives every particular
guarantee for tho protection of all
"Thirdly, tho contract says $10 a
mouth for the man aud $15.50 for tho
wife, in United Slates gold coin, or
its equivalent in Guatemalan coin,
aud that means a hundred cents on
tho dollar. So tho Japs havo tho
advantage on exchange with tho
"Lastly, I was in tho Gilbert
Islands last March, not as comman
der of any vessel, but as a Govern
ment agent. 1 do not intend to take
moro thau 150 to 250 Japanese
laborers from here. The treaty be
tween Japan and Guatemala is now
in process of completion, and when
concluded a Japanese representative
will bo appointed. This is expected
to bo established within three
Rooms to lot with board at Ilaui
After shaving use Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith & Co., Agents.
Sunburn rolievod at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smith dt Co.,
Dr. R. I. Mooro, dentist, has ro
movod his ollico to Arlington House,
Hotel street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Hnddy, D. D. S., has
removed his ollico from King street
to Borotania street, near Emma.
W. H. Benson, piano and organ
tuner, has roturnoa from Kauai and
may bo found at the Arlington
Hotel as usual.
Dr. M. E. Grossman, D. D.S., hav
ing roturned from tho Coast, has re
sumed tho practice of his profession
at his old ollico on Hotel st reet.
Mr. Thomas Batto, editor of tho
Graphic, Texarkaua, Arkansas, has
found what ho believes to bo tho
best remedy iu existence for the llux.
His exporionco is well worth remem
bering. Ho says: "Last summer I
had a very severe attack of llux. 1
tried almost every known remedy,
none giving relief. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrluca Reme
dy was recommended to me. I pur
chased a bottle aud received almost
immediate relief. I continued to
use tho medicine aud was entirely
cured. I take pleasure in recom
mending this remedy to an' person
suffering with such a disease, as in
my opinion it is the best medicine
in existence." 25 and 50 cent bottles
for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
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Geld Itinir put with tliri'O
.Small Diiiiiioiiilh. limwiul giviii for iu ilu
livury ut ihu llin.i.mi.N Ollice. HOJ-'-'t
FOR SALE !
huvu Inst rwilvml, licr our feliuoner
l.i in, from tl.c South rJfii,
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Tnw ftnrnirnvr o pn
JUuIM i. uUiiDUull x till.,
FOR SALE !
Hl'ITAIH.i: HO It H.ANTISU.
IN QUANTITIES TO SUIT.
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JOHN F. COL13URN & CO.
1 W.57 $,- Vll"t
"H.l ' r1 1 i
Mr. 11. H. churvhlll
Jit. Vei.'inii, Wash,
All Honest Medicine
Rheumatism Cured Health Unlit Up.
Mr. Churchill, funneil of ciittri'lilM & Taylor,
turvcyors im-l i-IMl cngltiecH. .l. Wnwn,
N.llthii!tn, writes: 'Soulliora rallfoinln
wasmyhoi.iofuriii-uivyi'.na. When 1 oamo
here I began to be afillclcil nil over vdth
And also pains In my back and n pcncral feeling
el being ihciI up. My business takes am out la
the elements all the lime, ami 1 found my
self mint for work. llcmlliiK an aihertlse
went of Ilnod's Sanaparilla, mid learning
also that the mcdlelunwns cninnounilecl in
my own Stnto of Massachusetts, I concliidod
this ma v be mi linnol mrilirliic I took
It and ain so much Improved that I am out
Hood's se Gyres
la nil weathers ami travel all day with no
iniiuo mm urea leeiing, id any oao uini
(poU bad nil oer I av
l Mia. Ithnteureiliue.'
i.iko lino ii sana ia-
It. ll.Ciieitc mi.L.
PILL3 euro Liver Ills, Jnumllco,
tilck llculat'lio and Constipation,
HOnitOX, NKWMAX ,t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Inlands.
PER S. S. "AUSTRALIA."
At the Beaver Saloon,
H. J. Nolte, Proprietor.
mi artificially pro-aliiiD-jl
us eltistio as
INDIA HUBllKK, which, when
reduced by curiam
volatile sol -
voids to the
consistency of tin
oil, can be mixed with all
moiits, and u.sod in llio :
manner as lin.seed oil.
It resists water, aoid, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. It lasts longer, gives
a richer glons, covers bolter and
makes pigments more brilliant
than the purest and best linseed
It possesses the remarkable
property of "covering" with
much less pigment than any
other oil. It al.-o iiiixe in larger
proportions with varniihun and
improves their working, las' iug
and wearing properties.
From the Manager of Paauliau Plantation
Co,, Hamakua, Hawaii,
Wm. l.i'.rin Oi.imii, i;ii Miuiitp-r AiiiitI
ciiii l.iirul Cu., .Sun I'iuiu-Im-".
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i fnetiir.il l tun I oiiii.iii In i.nn, one til
our I'liiiiliitloii liuililinn-, .ii iln- -sum.' linn
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IIIIU mi.M'il with Aiiii-iir.iii iiikI Knuii-li I. in
M'i'il Oil.. Tin. ii.ilnl in mix
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ulii'il liv a iioiiiiicliiiit wiir .man,
Tlie liiiiMitiK i:iililui with l.ni'ol Oil r-
tllllix lit- lllinllllll II l ICII IMIlt-ll, Willi" lllCISD
1)11 Ullil'll l.ill-lL-ll Oil WUH lM' 1 flllluil hlllllll
limu jii;o, llif i.iint tifcoiniiii; I'lmlkj. Art
tliiit I'liiiitiition in on lliu ni-iiilirr xlitu of
tliu Ihliunl, Mini lliu L'liniiiiL-i.xri'itloiiully
inlnnun I'nliit, I roii'-iili'r iln1 niiovi- lo Iki
iu thiiruiigh a test iisiiny to which jour
Oil ('.III ionililu I'll lllijl'L'tml, it- HIIH'lior-
liy lii'iiiK Miiiiuiri.ii. I iiil.ii il..in-iirn in
n'roiiiioiiliiluiK llm l.ui'ol Oil In nil um'i ot
Viiurn vi'iv llufii'iitlullj,
A. .Moult i;, M;iii;ii;it.
Hi.ii'iiiln'r ', IsirJ,
Agents for Hie Hawaiian Islands
Fin Job hintlnp ut tht llulUltn Ojjirf,
For This Week Only !
ESO 3ToiL Street, Honolulu.
THIS IS YOUR WEEK FOR BARGAINS
Men's Black Straw Hats 45 Cts.
Men's Crape Shirts 85 Cts.
British Socks, 5 pair for 1 00
Men's Gauze Undershirts, 5 for $1 00
Unlaundried Shirts, good quality GO Cts.
Silk Scarfs 25 Cts.
SThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
CO MM UNCUS ON
THURSDAY, ATOU8T 3, 1893.
75 , FORT STREET 75
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN EXTKNS1VK ASSOUTMKNT OK
I , ;ifJl,- lirnnn
' IHUMSr MMC,
: Antique Oak
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SKCOND-HANl) OK DAM.MiKl) (lOOI)S KKl'T ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotul
IIKI.I, TICI.Kl'IIONi: Wi. -m
AT TUK l'AMulb KTOlii: OK
b. :e EHLERS &c go.
A IiiiiiiImiiiiI) I'olton I'lilirii'- New t-.l h' iIiik mmimiii; till) -lli'-t! urn fnc-uiuilk-s of CIllllU
hnl.-, to i. i ln-iii in. m-in iiiipri i-l.iti tin in.
Bill: lilii-h ju-t oiu , it'iil 1 rc'iu'li ih-i(;ie uu- tin Dm ( iin.l tli.- enui- of tint n-OMiu.
Cashmere Sublimes SO Cents Yard !
Olio of lliu li.iinli-iiiiifi Wn-li Mini nil l tin-, m'iimiii Liilholy ni-w uml
tor tliL-irii-t lui" no i'iiiul.
"Wlaite Lawiis axica IDimity !
In IMiiiii, btri.i-il mill 1 lirnki-il iu Kriut v.inuty.
W DroHKuiaking Under the Mauauement of SIRS. RENNER. .!
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the "World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
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rmUou nil kuultol lii.iirinn'ii l'rutrt tiil.cu ut Current lllk hy
J. S. -WI-iICEFL,
Aut (or On iUwttUau WUndi,
Etc, Etc, Etc,
Street, oppo. Bethel Stroot.
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