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THE DAILY BULLF.TIK.
TUESDAY, AUG. 15. 1893.
Tuesday, Aug. 16.
Btmr Mik&uala from Hawaii and Maui
Tuesday, Aug. 15.
Haw bk It P Rithet, Morrison, for San
Stmr Glaudinc for Maui at & p in
Stuir C K Bishop for Kauai
fitmr Kaalu for Waianae mid Wuialna
Btmr Iwalimi for Kacai at 5 p m
Sclir Mahiiiiiilii fur Waialim
Bchr Knwuiliui! for Knolau
Vessels Leaving- To-morrow.
B S Australia, Houdlctte, for San Francisco
at 12 noon
For Molokal, per stmr Mokolil, Aug 14
Mrs W C Meyer and 15 deck.
For Knpaa, per stmr James Makee, Aug
14 Mrs A K Weir, Miss May Weir, Wil
liam and Andrew Weir, Kev Alex Mackin
tosh, Theo Wolir, and 5 deck.
The steamer Mikaliala arrived this after
noon from windward ports.
After she is unloaded, tho hark S. (3. Al
len will go on the Marine Railway.
The steamer Wainleale was hauled on
the Murine Railway yesterday evening.
The barkentine S. X. Castle. Captain
Hubbard, will leave for tho Coast with a
cargo of sugar on Friday next.
The Hawaiian bark 15. P. Rithet, Cap
tain Mormon, sailed this afternoon for
San Francisco with a full cargo of sugar.
KAPULOU-At KnpiotHii! Maternity
Home, August 15th, to the wife of Mr.
Kll Kapulou, a son.
KKAHINUI At Koplolani Muternity
Homo, August lUth, to the wife of C.
M. Kcnhiuui, a sou.
infant son of Mr. and
s. Geo. Sea, a
native of Honolulu.
PLOT AGAINST A TEACHER.
It Gets No Support from tho Pooplo
of the District.
Some evil-minded person in tho
district of Kilnuea, Kauai, got up a
petition lately asking for the dis
missal of Mr. L. V. Doyle from tho
position of teachor at the Molowaa
school in that district. When the
petition was taken around a number
of the prominent people, both whites
and natives, refused to sign it, for
the very reason that they did not
see any fault in Mr. Doyle, who is a
single man, had occupied the posi
tion for the past four or five joars,
and Had served faithfully. Tho pub
lie opinion in the district is that Mr.
Doyle is a good enough teacher, and
no amount of canvassing will secure
Mr. Max Schleminer, who is in
town from Kilauea, to attend com I,
says that it is a put-up job to get
Bomeono else the position, Mr.
Doyle has two young children at
tending tho Kamehnmeha school,
whom he picked up there, and is
paying for their schooling.
As the Star persists in denying
tho truth of this paper's items on
the Anglican Church affair, our in
formant has furnished the following
Leaving out certain argumentative
parts of the so-called "Remon
strance," tho following words are
found: "And wo are ready and will
ing to lay the case before Mich Court
of Justice or of Arbitration as iiuiv
bo mutually agreed upon." (pp. if,
For a Iiiiiki back or for a pain in
tho hide or chest, try saturating a
piece of ilanuel with Chamberlain's
Pa In lhilm and binding il onto the
a (leu led parts, This treat ineiit will
euro any ordinary cace in one or two
days, I'alii Italm also euro rheum
atism, M cent bottle for mile In
ull dealers. Hoimori, Smith & Co,,
ugeuti for the liawullan Islands.
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS
Orickot praetioo nt 5 this p. in,
A rowan! is ofTored for the
covery of a Scotch Collio pup.
For horso fond, try tho California
Feed Co. Doth loluphonos 121.
G. E. Bonrdinan adds sovoral de
sirable houses to his "To Lot" list.
President Dole is ailing, hence no
Cabinet meeting has been hold this
Judgo Foster of tho District
Court has been granted leavo of ab
sence until October It),
A big firo was seen on tho plains
near Loilohua yesterday, and it was
burning brightly last night.
Mr. Charles M. Conko has taken
tho place of Mr. Chas. 11. Bishop as
director of C. Brewer fc Co., L'd.
Foreign jurors are expected to bo
in attendance in the Supremo Court
at one o'clock to-morrow afternoon.
Dry weather prevails all over tho
island of Kauai. In consequence of
this the mills have all stopped grind
ing. Lau Chong, a Chinese merchant,
purchased $1700 worth of ton-cent
Kalakatia carmine stamps at tho
Post Oilico on Saturday last.
The Wft'Uij Bulletin is out in time
lor tho Australia's mail. Secure
copies for your friends abroad. See
bill of contents in another column.
The flag in tho Judiciary build
ing's 2'ard was (lying at halftnast to
day. An explanation is that a hitch
occurred in reeving new halliards in
A Chinaman named Ah Kwai
pleaded guilty in tho District Court
this morning to having opium in
possession. Sentence was reserved
for a week.
J. Dillon will como up before
Judge Robertson to-morrow on a
charge of obstructing and pervert
ing justice by aiding a U. S. navy
deserter to escape
Twenty-livo head of Merino rams
arrived by the bark S. C. Allen
on Sunday for Mr. C. R. Bishop.
Yesterday thoj' were shipped to Mo
lokai 011 the steamer Mokolii.
It is expected that should tho S.
S. City of Peking, hourly expected
from the Orient, leave for tho Coast
before the S. S. Australia, the latter
will make an effort to beat hor on
tho run over.
At the auction sale by J. F. Mor
gan at noon, the Inter-Island Stoatn
Navigation Co. bought in tho
schooner Liholiho, now lying strand
ed at Makaweli, for ?22."i. The bids
started at 5100.
A farewell receptiou was given at
Eskbank yesterday evening to the
Misses Lita and Helen Wilder, who
leave on tho S. S. Australia to-morrow.
A largo number of tho ladies'
friends wore present.
Thirteen candidates for ptimary
grade certificates appeared at tho
examination held by Inspector-General
Atkinson at Fort Street school
house yesterday. Four woro males
and nine females, and only one has
Arrangements had been made with
six Hawaiian hula girls to leavo by
the S. S. Australia to-morrow for tho
World's Fair when, at the last mo
ment, tho girls struck for "more
pay," consequently thoy will not go.
They woro to have joined Mr. H. J.
Moors' Samoan troupe rrtsabe fair.
The P. G. band gavo a concert on
tho Executive building grounds this
morniug. Among those who enjoyed
the concert woro members of the P.
G. guards and their wives. The
band will play at the Hotel this
evening for the boni'fit of outgoing
passengers by tho S. S. Australia to
morrow. Tho eleven adult Chineso laborers
who arrived on tho bark Velocity,
with the exception of one, have not-
been allowed to land, as they showed
improper return permits. They will
probably bo sent back, haviug been
refused permission to laud even
under bonds. A final decision will
not be inado, howevor, until tho
Cabinet has a meeting.
A troupe of Japanese actors under
tho managership of Mr. Ota will
give a series of dramatic perform
ances in tho Royal Hawaiian Operu
House, commencing on Friday even
ing, 18th hist. Tho lirst play to bo
presented will bo "Tho Wintor
Field, or Hunting tho Crano," This
I is the first timo that the Honolulu
I public have had a chance of seeing
1 a play performed by a troupe of
I real Japaueso actors,
The P. G. baud will givo a pub
lic concert at tho Kuwaiian Hotel this
ovoniug at 7:110 o'clock. The fol
lowing program will bo tendored:
ha in 1.
Muii'li Tho (ilndmtors Suiua
Oveiluro 1'iiL'Uind Peasant rwppe
.ornei roii.n in riiutee jiugier,
Grand Medley Musical Review Riviere '
wwuitciv .Meioilles.-Arnuigeu nv jierger '
Galop Vivacity .
The Hiu'ei.",5 of .Mrs. Annie M
Benin, of McKeo.sport, I'ennsylvaniti,
in the t refitment of dinrrlitea in her
eliildion will uiidoiibtodly lm of in
terest to ninny mothers. She im,h:
"I Hpent Mivurul weol.h in Junstown,
I'a., after tliemiit lloud.uu at'coiinl
of iu' husband beiii( employed
thore. We had roujral ehildieu w'illi
U4, two of whom took tint diarrhom
ver1' badlv I got some of t'lianib.ir
liiin'h L'olie, Cliolnra and Diarrhom
Itemedy from ltv. .Mr. (Jiiapman.
Il fined both of them. I liiuw' of
hiwu'uI other I'iHui whmi il ir
eipiidli Hict'i nsful. I think it eau
not In ei'nhid and eiinrliill. ie
c'lninii'inl it.'1 2!j anil fiO cinit bul
lies for sale b- alt iloaloie. lieiihoii,
Smith Si Co,, agents for the Hawai
Acquittals by Two Hawaiian JurioB
An Order Dlssolvod.
Judge Coopor has issuod an order
dissolving tho temporary injunction
in tho ease of Walter C, Peacock vs.
Samuel C. Alton ami others. Tho
order is consented to by Kiunoy,
Magoon, Peterson and Hatch, attor
neys for the respective parties.
The native jury that tried Sam
Kui for oho fa gambling, before
Judgo Whiting, returned a verdict
of not guilty, throo dissontintr.
Tho trial of D. Kokona before
I Judgo Coopor, on tho samo charge,
1 was continued from yesterday to
givo timo for tho production of cho
fa tiekots that were missing. It was
resumed this morning and resulted
in n verdict of not guilty, throo dis
senting. Boforo Judgo Cooper this morn
ing Mr. Peterson presented tho mo
tion previously reported to quash
tho indictnionts against H. F. Poor.
Mr. Hatch was present for tho Gov
ornmont. Tho Court reserved tho
question for tho Supremo Court.
No business was dospatchod at
term boforo Judge Whiting this
morning, owing to a general unreadi
ness of parties. Owing to tho ab
sence of Prof. Lyons, a material wit
ness, some liquor cases cannot be
tried. Tho only remaining cases on
the Hawaiian jury criminal calendar
are those of Maholona, opium in
possession, and J. Kanui, perverting
justico in lotting a prisoner oscapo
while he was ou duty as a guard.
At 2:10 this afternoon Attomoy
Gonoral Smith said he was not pro
pared to go on with either of those
cases to-day, aud ho therefore asked
for a continuance.
Mr. Ashford, saying ho supposed
if continued tho cases would pro
bably bo nollo pros'd, consented and
tho cases wont over for the present.
The Attornoy-Goneral informed
the Court that Mr. Ashford had re
quested a continuance till next torm
of tho case of Susio Nelson, stew
ardess of t ho S. S. Aust ralia, charged
with smuggling. Ho was reluctant
to give his consent; it would bo dif
ferent if it were tho captain or other
essential ollicer of tho ship.
Mr. Ashford argued for continu
ance, saying there was no fear of
flight of witnesses; tho opium in
evidence was locked up in the cus
tom house strong room, aud it would
cause serious loss possibly depriva
tion of hor situation to defendant
to detain her over this trip of tho
Judgo Whiting dismissed tho Hrt-
wanan jury till called. It was de
cided that the defendant (Nelson)
appear at 0 o'clock to-morrow morn
ing, when some disposition will bo
made of her case.
THAT SCRAPPING MATCH.
Both Combatants Claim to Have
Come Out Best.
Mr. J. M. Vivas takes exception to
the report of tho combat between
himself and Mr. Ramos which ap
peared in tho Bulletin. He has
brought Mr. Bottoncourt, on whoso
premises the affair occurred, to ro
iato the facts so far as witnessed bj
him. Mr. Vivas says ho confronted
Mr. Piamos for insults to his aged
mother in tho Uuiao and, receiving
no satisfaction, slapped him in tho
face. Then, as Ramos was coming
at him, ho soizod aud throw him
down. Mr. Bettencourt says ho was
told his two friends were fighting,
and he wont to tho place whore thoy
were. Ho told thoin ho wanted no
quarrel 011 his place, if thoy wanted
to fight they could take the streot.
Vivas, ho said, had Kamos on his
back aud was clutching him by tho
throat. At Bottoucourt's objection
tho men arose and said it was all
Tho champion, Mr. Kamos, on the
other hand says that the trouble
originally started through somo
nasty remarks about himself which
appeared in Vivas' paper. Ho states
that Vivas called him aside and at
tempted to slap his face but did not
succeed. Ho says further that Mr.
Bettencourt didn't appear on tho
scene until tho tussle was over and
tho combatants had been separated
by the bystanders, so that conse
quently Bottoncourt wasn't in a po
sition to judgo who got the best of
tho fight. Ramos denies that Vivas
was on (op at tho conclusion of the
nissago 01 arms, out says they woro
ying side by side, locked in each
other's arms. Ho says that after be
ing separated, ho challenged Vivas
to come outside and fight to a finish
but that ho refused. At present they
don't speak as thoy pass by.
Y. M. C. A. Entortainmont.
Tho entertainment to the men of
tho U. S. naval vessels in port will
take placo on Thursday evening in
tho Y. M. C. A. hull. After tho ren
dering of the following program, re
freshments will be served:
i'uurlut S. llrook!
11. Wtrurch, K.
. K. W. Iftrureh. W.
il. Murphy of U. B, B.
Violin Solo Sounds from Home
(.lull buiit;lng to Mindcal Accompanl
Kliitu Solo The
, . .
,..K. W. Leitrureh
OhallouKo from the Bouton.
clialleiii'e has been
received from J.
S. S, Boston:
.1. Harry of the U.
U. S. S. Boston, Autf. lfi, 1 803.
1 hereby challenge any man iu
Honolulu to run a live or ten-mile
foot race. Time and money to be
mutually agreed upon.
John J. Hakiii,
V. S. S, Boston,
Mr, II. .1. Mayers, of Oakland, Md.,
cays: "I huve Hold thirteen botthm
of' (Jhamberlaiu'i L'ihiIi Kemeily
today an I am literally Hold out.
This in the largest hale rni rncord of
any one pieparatiou in a day over
our counter. It gives the bn.st sat
isfaction of ail' cough medicine we
hdiulle, and as a seller it leads all
othur preparations on this inaikut."
For bale by nil dealoru. Ueiibou,
Smith k Co., u;joiiU for the UuwuU
EXAMINATION FOR LIBEL.
Evidence Against Johnstone in tho
Tho libel suit against Arthur
Johnstone, editor of the P, C. Adver
tiser, wns begun in the District
Court at 1:30 o'clock this afternoon
beforo Judgo Robertson. There was
a small attendance in the court
room. Mr. Paul Neumann was the first
witness on tho stand. His evidence
was in connection with the currency
of Guatemala, and the pay of the
which was to
bo 1U in
U. S. gold coin, or its
in tho ciinencv of the
Mr. H. M. Whitney Ictificd lie
was manager of the Hawaiian Ga
zotto Co., which, corporation pub
lished tho Advertiser. Arthur John
stone was tho responsible editor,
through whoso hands all news items
Mr L. J. Lovoy stated that he had
road the article in Saturday's issuo
of tho paper in question," headed
"Ho Has Been There." Tho paper
was delivered at bin house, as also 1
at his neighbors'. Witness did not
know of any othor Captain Fergu
son. Captain W. H. Ferguson, the
plaintiff in the case, deposed that
he arrivod hero ou Juno l!Uh of
this year, as general agent for
Japanese immigration for tho Gov
ernment of Guatemala, which
couutry he left in February last.
Tho witness saw tho article in
Mr. Neumann's oilico about il
o'clock Saturday morning, and
noted us content. Ho had gone
to tho Advertiser oilico and in
quired after "Autono Cloys." tho
writer of tho article. Ho told
Editor Johnstone that ho thought
the article libellous, and if he didn't
locato Cloys, he would hold the
paper responsible. Johnstone re
plied that no thought the letter un
true, but as Cloys had stated he had
boon thore a number of years and
had consented to append his name,
he put it iu. The captain denied all
tho accusations, in ro the wages,
condition of the country, food, etc.,
as made in the letter, similar to an
intorviow published in Saturday's
The case is still on. Charles
Creighton for Captaiu Ferguson; A.
S. Hartwoll for Arthur Johnstone.
Is a tantalizing admonition to those
who at this season feel all tired out,
Weali, without appetite and discour
aged. But the wav in which Hood's
Sarsaparilla builds up the tired 1
frame and gives a good appetite, is '
really wonderful. So wo sav, "Take
Hood's and it will brace you up."
For a general family cathartic we
confidently reconiinond Hood's Pills.
Real Estate Agency,
No. 619 Fort Streot.
1 Houso on Alakeu streut next Pacific
Club "25 jier Month.
1 House on Ueretiiuin street near Piikoi,
0 ltoonis, Until, etc. f'JO per Month.
1 Houo on Eniuitt Square $15 per
1 Store on Nuunnu street.
'2 Houses on Uerettuiiu street.
2 House:! on Fort street.
House und Lot on lierefanla treet near
Pensncoln. Lot '.200 feet frontage and
1 10 feet deep.
Also, a Valuable Block of lirlck Huild-
Iuks in the heart of tin- City.
Several Desirable Hesddeneci at llrst-
Royal Hawaiian Opera House.
Ota Lessee .V Manager.
A SERIES OF "INTERESTING INCIDENTS
WILL II K
I'RKSKNTKIl nV A
Troupe of Actors.
FRIDAY, August IS, lh!U.
"The Wlnterfleld, or Hunting tho Crane."
BATUUDAY, August 10, 1M)3.
"The Death of Harunaga the Great Hero."
MONDAY, AtigtiM SI, 1S'.
1- "The Cripple Katsugoro."
2- "The Forty-six Rouius."
Japanese Music & Songs, Beautiful Costumes.
''KICKS l, Ite. and .Miu,
DoorH onen at 7 o'eloek. eoinineiieo
7:SUo'eloek, Tiekuls for Hale at the door.
FOR SALE !
Wi have just rerolved, per our sehoo
l.lliu, from tluiBottili Sea,
And ranging fiom !i to IM lbs. In Weight.
Hcaiitllnl Orimiiicnts for h I. awn.
''OK bALK RY
JOHN F. COLBURN & CO.,
Imi'oiiii.i: on In m m is
Ladies' aud Children's liuots. Shoes
No. lOS P'oi-t Strenl
mm' i iii"uiri it nr
KNULIhll AND CUNTINI.MAI.
No. U Kaabarunnu itrcul,
MIhi iTcrnto I'taoT
Ohio 1 iy, O'iIo.
Scrofula nnd All Ulood nWonoo3
"1 LiKb Blent plrivirn In ulvlnj public tes
timony to tho vnlna of Ilood'i sni-..i(iail:ia for
1 have suffered with tlih Ol-lreohii troyblo
I for nearly ten jonis, nnd hi Hint timo havo tried
almost cveiy iiio,iU ;no recommended to mo
1 without any icllc! wliiteMU- mud. inter much
urgtii!-, I gave Hind's Siisnjorllh ,1 til.il. It
hai been or great lionellt, mid v. Ill effect n pcr-
' mi'ient cure. I ti nil v1u3 who sniTer
fi 0111 Scrotal.!, try Hood's Siivip.it Ilia; it lll
.o )Olt KOOil." MISS .ll.NNIf PUMICI. Ohio
; City, Van Weil County, Oldo.
j Scrofulous Catarrh.
"My (Iniicliter, eleven 5 ears old, has been
trouMcrl with sorofulom rntarihctcrMticosho
w.i3 three years old. Tlirwpliyslcliin&ivolier
no permanent teliL'f, In tho summer It com
moiioed eating Into her nose. Wo bought
; Hood's SarsapariEla
and Gavo It to her nnd It :,as cured her, for
which wa nro very thankful. Wo got ono box
of Hood's Vllls and ltko them -en- much."
) Mas. JJavih O. buiMLL, Cli.in'llersvtlle, Ohio.
iionnox, NEWMAN .t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
inuko from an artificially pro
duced GUM uliuost ns elastic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
reduced by certain volatile sol
vents to the consistency of an
oil, can he mixed with all pig
ments, and used in the same
maimer as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold and atmospheric
influences. It lasts longer, gives
' a richer gloss, covers better aud
! makes pigments more brilliant
1 than the purest and best linseed
1 It possesses the remarkable
I property of "covering" with
niucli less pigment than uny
other oil. It ulso mixes in lurger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lasting
and wearing properties.
From the Manager of Paaubau Plantation
Co., Hauiakua, Hawaii.
Wm. Lhrm Oi.ivmi, K-o.., Manager Ameri
can l.ueol Co., isau I'raneNeo.
A year ago I tis-ed .-omc of the oil manu
fueturi'd by your Company to paint one of
our Plant-iilion liulldlng't, at tile same time
puiutitii: adjoining buildings with paints
mixed with American and Knglish Lin
seed Ulls, The paint was mixed and ap
plied by a uouipetciil workman.
The liuihliug painted with Lurol Oil re-tuin-
it original iippeariinee, w bile thoe
ou which l.iiiM'rd till wn u?ed faded some
time ago, the paint becoming ehalky. As
thN Plautatiiiu is on the weather -hie of
the Island, and the ulimute eveeptloually
triiigou I'aint, I eonslder tbu above to lie
as thorough a lest as anj to wbieh your
Oil e.iu p'lihle be siihjeelcd, its superior
ity being mi apparent. I take pleasure in
recommeiiiliug the l.ueol Oil to all users of
Yours verj ltespeetfully.
A. .Muultr., Manager.
Heplomber !, 1SIIJ.
i Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Mortgitgeo's Notico of Intention to
Foroeloao nnd of Sulo.
totii i: ih hi;i!i:iiy giyks thai,
Iu iiiir-uani'i' of n Power of Mile von-
tiiiued in a rurtuin Mnrti:aue excetltid
! Dircinlmr I, 1-U1, by Alil'Mn- Itorba, of
' Waililktl, Maui, lo.lnVede Ponte.of Malca-
Hini, .Mum, an I reeurdfd In l.lher I'M, page
,TJ7, lln' mid -Moitgagi'c Intends n, ur.;.
clo-e the Kiid Moitgagii fur eondlliou
brnkiui, to wit I In' nnii-payiiu'iii of the
principal and n n -i c-t -I'l'iiitd tburi-by
iwhi'iidiiii And uiitu'c i hcrrl lurlher
i given iliui upon iiirli fm-i.-lu'-uri' (nnd mi-
given Him upon 'Ui'li t'o'ii'iu'-iire (nun un-
KSii r w
iiii'IUk and lieri'ditiiiiii'iit- in mid Moil-
1 etuai eolitiiliicil and de-erihed will bu sold
at Publhi Aui'liou, til llie I'niiri IIimim', in
I said Wiilliil.il, by 'Minimis W. Kverelt,
Aiielbiiieer, on SA I'l'ltDAY, Un nth day
of tsrptember, 1MI ,, lit I'.' o'elneK noon of
! aid la.
1 he Piiipint) of -aid Mortgugi- Is all tint
I'hoi ol IjiiiiI -itiutle In ikild Wallului. mid
ile-i'iilieil in a dn-l to said AnU'iie lloib.i,
ii'i-unh'il In ihe Iti'iti-lry of i onv s.uu'e
lli lliiol. '.'), pagi- P'l.
10- I'm iiiiiIut pnriii ul.irs iippl) to
'Ihoiiino Lieixii, A'.U'tiiiiii-iir, Wallul.u,
Maul. Joni: UK PON'lL,
Houululu, II I.
. Aunnd W, U'JJ,
For This Week Only !
5SO Fort Strost, Honolulu.
BIG CUT IX PKICES!
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White Turkish Bath Towels,
Damask Towels, fancy
White Damask Towels Pure Linen
size, 21 Jx'ln inches for
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable.
iS-Tlie above Prices are Positively P0K THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
JUL- O- JLaJ
75 FORTSTREET Jo
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bothel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery i Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN F.XrENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
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Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO MF.CON1MIAND 01! DAM. U I'D GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
P.F.LL TELLPHONl" .Vii. -1 gj&- Mt'Tl'AL TELEPHONE 013,
- A'l I'HI-; PAMOl's .STORE Of
IB. IF1. EHILiSnES &c GO.
BOS &c B 1 1 FORT STRHIBT
Canton Wash Falorios !
A bulldeouie Cilloii i'alir.i
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to rtr tln'iu iiif - jin
hill; finish J ml out; real I' rem h d'-- gn- i- tint liin -t and tlie erac- ol the season.
Oashmer Su13lini33 SO Oeaats "STaz'ci I
t)ut ol the baiidix'iiii'st VaIi Man unit, thii pu.C'Oii rnlirely nctv and
for the prlei 'iu- no fijimi
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tfr?- DreKsmaklttg Under tlin Maiuoniuont oi MRS. RENNUR. m
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, Royal Insurance Company
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"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1802, : : 842,432,174.00
t& I'ire rut'' ou all I, u I ol tiiuraiiei Prupertv taken at Current ItliUn by
lOxdl inches for
2.15 per Dozen
extra size: 2.'?xol in-
82.90 per Dozen
.3.00 per Dozen
Etc, Etc, Etc,
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MM-oii, tin lb its uru fni'-similtft of Chlun
- to itiiiiri i iatu them
A pint lot tu Ufty,ftlliui tlund,