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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
To Ewa Mu.u
Leave Honolulu .
Leave Pearl Ulty.
Arrive Ewa Mill.
Leave Ewa Mill.,.
Lenvo Ponrl City..
A. Saturday only,
U. Sumliivs excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, AUG. 21, 18&3.
Sunday, Aug. 20.
Stmr Clu inline from Maui
Stiur Iwalanl from KaunI
Stmr James Makce from Kauai
Bchr Mahiinuhl from Waialua
Monday, Aug. 21.
Am bk Allien Bcsse, Krlls, 18 days from
Monday, Aug. 21.
Btmr AValaleale for Waianae, Waialua and
Strut Mokolil for Molokal
Btmr J A Cummins for Kooliui
Btmr Kaala for Waianae and Waialua
btmr Jas Makce for Kapaa
btmr Pulo for Mukawt.i at 3 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Btmr Kinau for Maui and Hawaii at 2 p m
titmr Claudino for Maui at 5 p m
Stmr Iwalanl for Kauai at 6 p in
Btmr W.iiulcjlo for Kami!
Btmr C It Bishop for Knuul
bclir Malilmalii rur Waialua and Waianae
Cargoes from Island Ports,
Stmr Claudine 2!) head cattle, 53 hogs, 3
horses, 15 bags bones, 377 bags pota
toes, 140 bags corn, 75 baas taro, 25 bbls
poi, 54 hides, 00 pkgs sundries.
Btmr lwalani 1JJ5 Onus sugar, SO bags
rice, 00 bags pia, 2 bulls,
Stmr James MaUee 50 bags rice.
From Kapaa, per stmr James Makce,
Aug 20 J 1 bilvu, and b on dock.
Prom Kauai, per stmr Iwalanl, Aug 20
Capt C J Campbell. Miss Widemann, Mis
Macfarlane, Geo Auin, Theo Wolff. George
Wilcox, Sir Zoell, Itev Alex Mackintosh,
Dr Stow, Mrs H 1' Baldwin and son, Dr.
Lacy, Mr Broadbenl, Capt H H Berry, C
Foster, F Flour, MrKuud-en, 4 Chinee,
and 51 on deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudine, Aur 20
Mrs Pierce, A Moore, J Mooie, O Unna,
Miss Lew cis, Miss Sorenson. 1) 8 Kuevsky,
It Leuers, Hov Wm Under, J Cunningham,
Miss Parmclee, Miss Kalco Kinimaka, J W
Luuing and wife, J W Colville, A Smithies,
Miss Hadloy, Miss htowell, L)r Muraura,
Mr Koidr , and 30 on deck.
The steamer Kinau will leave for Maui
and Hawaii to-iuouou at 2 p. m.
The B. 6. City of ltio de Janeiro artived
at San Francisco on August 21, Odays, ID
hours and 28 minutes from Honolulu.
The American bark Allien Bcsse, Friis,
master, arrived this morning, Is days from
San Francisco with a em go ol general mer
chandise. The captain reports a pleasant
FAGEItltOOS-EBKKH A ltDT In this
city, August 111, lb'JJ, V. J. Fagerroos,
to Emalia Eberhardt, Itev. S. E.
SOON TO BE MADE KNOWN.
Cleveland Preparing to Act on the
Washington, August 2. The atti
tude of the Administration on tho
Hawaiian question will soon ceaso to
be matter for speculation. It is said
ou the highest authority that this is
to be ono of the first subjects con
sidered by the President and Cabi
net after the message to Congress is
out of tho way.
In anticipation of the express do
sire of tho President to transmit a
special message to the new Congress
on this matter, Secretary Grosham
has been busily engaged in 'tho col
lection and propaiation of papers
bearing on this important subject.
Typewritten copies of Mr. Blount's
communications are being made for
convenient reading. Mr. Blount's
final report has been expected for
several days. It came by the hteam
or which arrived at San Francisco
on Thursday last, but for some un
explained reason it has not reached
the State Department at tho hour of
It is thought probable that un
usual care was taken by tho des
patch agent at San Fraucisco to in
sure its safo delivery, which may
have delayed its departure for a day
or two after the steamer arrived.
Concerning the repoil that Minis
ter Blount will fail for homo cm
August (5th dopaitiiHMit officials are
reticent, which is practically equiva
lent to saying that his oatly arrival
is not unexpected. Whether the re
port is true is not known, but the
appointment of his successor is one
of the first diplomatic plums to bo
plucked aflor tho Administration re
sumes business, and Minister Blount
is wanted here at an early date to
add his personal testimony to his
documentary evidence on the Ha
Mr. Thomas Battu, editor of the
Graphic, Toxarkaua, Arkansas, has
found what he believes to be the
best remedy in existence for tho flux.
His experience is well north remem
bering. Ho says: "Last summer 1
had a very sevoro attack of llux. 1
tried almost every known remedy,
none giving roliof. Chamberlain's
Colic, Choloia and Diarrhwa Reme
dy was recommended to mo. 1 pur
chased a bottle and received almost
immediate relief. I continued to
use the medicine aud was entirely
cured, I tuku pleasure iu recom
mending this remedy to any person
suffering with biich a diseuso, as in
my opinion if is the best medicine
In oxIstomV 25 and f() cent bottles
vfor sale by all doaluia. Doubun,
Smith Si Co., ugouU for the Hawai
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Booms lo lot nt 4 Gardon lnno.
Tho P. G. band will play nt Emma
Sqtmro this ovoning.
For Now Silks and Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
Diamond Head, 3 p. m. Woathor,
clear; wind, light northeast.
Ewa plantation's sugar crop will
amount to about 7700 tons.
A dwelling houfco at Wnikiki is to
lot. Soo Geo. E. Bonrdmnn's list.
For hor.so food go to tho Califor
nia Food Co. Both telephones 121.
Tho bark Aldon Bosso brought ono
day's later nows from San Francisco.
Mr. A. MoGurn has resigned from
tho position of deputy jailor at Oahu
Tho U. S. flagship band will givo
a coucert at tho Hotel at 7:30 o'clock
Shirts made to order by M. Golil
borg. Good fit and latest styles
It is reported that tho Post Office
employees are to havo uniforms with
Tho men on tho U. S. S. warships
iu port expect to regain shore liberty
tho end of tho month.
A full attendanco is requested this
evening of members of Capt. Cook
Lodge, Sons of St. George.
Tho Scottish Thistle Club will
nieot this evening. Nest Mouda'
evening it will give a concert.
Hereafter there will bo a semi
weekly mail for Koolau, leaving Ho
nolulu Monday and Thursday.
This week's special bargains at N.
S. Sachs' store are in table linens.
Glance at tho prices in this paper.
Mr. Jons E. Nielsen has comforta
ble furnished rooms to let at the
corner of Alakoa and Merchant
This evening at the Opera House,
the Japanese actors will perform in
"The Cripple KatMigoro,' aud "The
There were ten cases of drunken
ness on tho District Court calendar
this morniug. All escaped with a
nominal fine of S2 each.
Stockholders of the Pacific Sugar
Mill moot to-morrow (Tuesday) at
9 o'clock a. m. Business of import
ance will bo transacted.
The adjourned meeting of sports
men to form an association will bo
held at 7:30 this evening in the
rooms of tho Chamber of Commerce.
Among tho passengers oil tho S. S.
Australia last trip were thiee mis
sionaries tho Misses Augusta Bruce,
J. Lizzie Quick and Mary O. Paul
ding. Charles MclCeo and N. Logan wore
fined So each by Judge Robertson
this morning for affray. The couple
had a fistic encounter on Satuiday
Ant one Cloys, who was anested
on Saturday for libel at the instance
of Captain Ferguson, will appear
for trial in the District Court on
Monday, Aug. 28.
Kahdlolio was sentenced to pay a
fine of So in tho District Court this
morning for assault and batterv.
Tho same fine was imposed on a Jap
for a like offense ou a fellow country
man. Remember tho cleaning out sale
at M. S. Poroira's store, corner of
Nuuanu and Hotol streets. L. J.
Levey will start in to wield the
hammer at 10 o'clock a. m. to-morrow
Tho Japanoso entertainment at
tho Opora House on Saturday eveu
ing was pretty well attended, and
judging by tho applause, was very
entertaining. Tho show will be con
tinued this evening.
A hair-pulling case between two
well-known damsels, involving thoir
relatives in a quarrel, attracted police
attention yestordnv', but, although a
second complaint was made to-day,
the matter has been pacified.
Charles Crane (electricity) has ac
cepted a challenge from E. J. Nor-
cott, ol the U. b. b. Boston, for a
hundred yards foot race for a small
purse. Thoraco will bo run a week
after tho U. S. S. Bailors got shore
Messrs. Arthur McDowall and A.
Swanston proceed to Waialua this
evening with all tho necessary ap
pliances to float the Waimanalo.
They expect to have tho steamer off
the Kaiiaiiui reef iu less than twenty
Captain Smytho of the steamer
Waialealo was misreported thiough
a third party to the marine loportors
about tho Waimanalo. What he did
say was that the M landed steamer
could be got olf, but at a cost pro
bably two or three tunes greater
than' tho worth of the vessel.
Tho Ilealanis defeated the Planets
iu the baseball game on Saturday
afternoon at tho League ground, by
a score of 18 to 10. There was a
orettv fair attendance and the ulav
nig was good, eonsideiing that both
cams aro Iiesh. Willie Vida acted
as coaeher for tho Ilealanis. and at
traded much of the al tent ton of
the fair ones iu the urand Btand by
his profesMonnl "pulling."
A Sunday school exhibition tvas
held ut Evvii Church yesterday morn
ing, Tho children who took pait
wore mob' 'y temporury residents of
that district, being out on vacation
i from their lospectivo sehoolb at Ho
nolulu, The affair, which was ren-
durcd both iu Wnglish and Jlauai
I hoi, was a oi,v outoitaiiiiug ouo to
tho permanent residents of tlm place.
Mrs. Julia Iviipn conducted I lie ex
' oicises, which proved vur) eiodttablt
for that young lady's ability m a
I leader of Suuday-tcliool ozorulsei.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS.
San Fhancisco, Aug. 3.
By bark Aldcn Bcsse.
BEHIUNG SEA ARBITRATION.
A special from Paris says: Tho
Bohring sua tribunal of arbitration
has mado good progress, and it is
expected that a decision will bo ren
dered within a fortnight. Every
contested point has been adjudicat
ed. Tho decision will givo ontiro
satisfaction to Groat Britain aud
Canada. In ovory instance tho claims
advanced by counsel for Great Bri
tain are hold good.
Tho decision will bo unanimous on
all points, save ono for which Justice
Harlan aud Senator Morgan, Amor
ienn arbitrators, hold out tho Amer
ican claims. Tho tribunal is now
discussing tho question of regula
tions to govern soal fishories.
Another despatch from Paris says:
With reforoncr to tho London roport
that tho Bohring sea caso is decided
in favor of Groat Britain, Hon. C. H.
Tuppor, Cauadian Ministor of Mar
ino and British agont hero, said that
all forecasts aro moro surmises. The
arbitrators had arrivod at a decision
in regard to half tho points present
ed, but did not know wheu the work
THE SIAM CASE.
END OF THE TROUBLE IN FBANCE's FAVOIl.
Telegrams received at London
from Paris stato that tho blockado
of Bangkok was raised on August 2,
but no word has beeu received from
Admiral Humann confirming this
intelligence. The terms of tho set
tlement of tho difficulty are still un
known, but it is knowu that Siam
has conceded the entire ultimatum,
with the addition of some minor
stipulations insisted on by France.
Tho French Government is ad
vised that Captain Thoreux loft
Saigon wit h a body of troops for tho
Iu the British House of Commons
immediately after Sir Edward Gray
announced the raising of tho Sia
mese blockade, Sir Richard Temple
aud Georgo Curzon, Conservatives,
began their daily task of worrying
tho Government with minute ques
tions about the negotiations and in
sinuations that the action of the
Foreign Office had been incom
petent. Sir Edward Gray reproached them
with trying to embarrass tho Gov
ernment while negotiations of tho
most delicate character were pend
ing. The position of allairs required
him to still maintain considerable
reserve. Ho was satisfied it would
bo found, when the result of the
negotiations was disclosed, that tho
action of tho Foreign Office would
be shown to bo as strong as could
Balfour assured tho Government
that the opposition did not intend
to embarrass the negotiations. Ou
the contrary, the opposition gen
erally admitted that little fault
could bo found with the action of
The following is from the San
"Colonel Jacob T. Child, for five
years United States Minister to
Siam, bogiuning with Cleveland's
former administration, and who is
now United States Consul to Hong
kong, is very intimate with King
Chulalongkorn, aud tho various dig
nitaries of tho Siamese Government.
"Minister Child spent several days
looking over the city since his arriv
al. He thinks Siam is badly treated
by Franco. He is of the opinion
that the attack mado by tho French
Govorument on Siam is uncalled for
and was only the rosult of the extra
ordinary greed of Franco to get a
slice of tho territory on tho Me
Kong, which rightfully belongs to
Siam. Ho ia exceedingly well ac
quainted with that country and its
relations to other nations.
"Ministor Child has sailed on the
Oceanic for his post."
Archbishop Corrigau has not gone
Further failures almost caused
another panic in the Chicago pro
An English .syndicate has bought
the famous Harqua Hula gold mines
iu Arizona for $1,230,000.
Jim (Jorbott has issued an ulti
matum, declaring that Mitchell must
fight him at Coney Island.
High Sacramento citizens are in
volved in scandals connected with
fraudulent Chiuese certificates.
Heavy commercial aud manufac
turing failures, with a few moro
banks closed, are reported from dif
Tho St. Paul Railway has cut
wages 10 percent of all employees iu
tho commercial department getting
more than .'0 a month.
Tho Rio Grande Southern, which
has been considered one of the best
railroad properties in Colorado, is in
the hands of a receiver.
Secretary Carlisle at Now York
Haid he had no opinion to express
on the financial bituation or the pro
bable action of Congress.
C. B, Nuel of California astonished
the spectators at tho tonuis tourna
ment in Chicago, by defeating John
A. ltyerbou iu the third round of the
une uuniireu ami ioriy-runo wious
' and ounces of silver wore offered for
: sale to tin treasury ou August & at
SU.71 to i).7ir0. All were declined
and Hl-TOi) tendered,
i Col. Charles H. Jones, formerly
. editor of the St. Louis Hepublic,
I has assumed full editorial control of
I tho Now York World, being tho per
sonal representative of Mr. l'ulit.or
i the propriotor.
A notice from the banks to treas-
urers of mills at Fall River, that tho
i banks will hereafter honor no chocks
l in money but will endeavor as far as
possible lo inlfu caro of deposits al
iead made, had created consterna
tion among mill owners. The action
of tho banks may call lor the stu
pension of the mills.
Allen W. Thurmuu was olootod
prosldout of thy blmotalllo couvoa-
tion at Chicago. Strong speechos
woro mado by silver and labor nion.
Resolutions "woro passed denying
that the Sherman law had caused
tho financial striugoimv, and iutist
ingontho faithful carrying out of
tho law while it remains on tho
statute books. Bankers are iuvitod
"to attond to thoir legitimate liusi- ,
noss and normit tho rest of the peo
ple to havo thoir full-share in tho
control of tho Govorument."
Washington, August 2. Tor tho
first litno since April 201 h last, when
tho gold reserve foil below the $100.
000,000 mark, tho reserve has been
mado. Tho coin in the treasury to
day amounts to 100,701,1170, or
$791,870 free gold. This gold is from
Europo, Mexico and the West Indies,
much of it being tho gold twit out
from tho United States during the
lato spring and oarly summer months.
Information in trenstiry circles indi
cates that $10,000,000 in gold is now
on tho way from Europo to tho
United States, and most of thi, it is
expected, will find its way, as usual,
into tho treasury.
While tho cold reserve, however, is
intact and tho free gold is climbing,
uays nave iieeu disappointing
Tho business troubles throughout
the country aro haviug an elfect up
on tho Government revenues.
Everything that can bodono is be
ing done to relieve tho situation.
Secretary Carlisle to-day, after a
conference in New York with emi
nent financiers, directed acting Secre
tary Curtis to pond tho following
telegram to 150 national bank de
positories throughout tho United
States: "Your authorized balauco is
hereby fixed at par of tho security.
Transfer the excess whenever prac
ticable to tho nearest sub-treasury.
This action of tho Treasury Depart
ment will release to tho banks about
SOnnOnn mirl iu inl.i, rW1 nc (nr n
practicable to relievo tho financial
stringency prevailing in the coun-,
DIBECTORS OF THE FAin FINED KOII SUN
Chicago, August 2. Judge Stein, '
iu tho Superior Court this morning,
decided that the World's Fair direc
tors and officers directly responsible
for tho closing of tho gates ou Sun
day, July 23d, had violated tho in
junction previously issued by him,
on the ground that Jackson Park
was a public recreation ground and
the people could not bo excluded
from it, and they haviug been cited
for contempt iu closing tho gates ho
ordered that Directors Gago, Hut
chinson, Hourotin, McNally aud
Korfoot bo fined $1000 each. Direc
tor Lavvson received a fiuo of 4100
ou tho ground that ho voted to close
in tho belief the injunction had
Diroctor-Genoral Davis was fined
S2JS0. President Higinbotham and
National Commissioners Mnssev-, St.
Clair and Forbes were discharged,
on tho ground that they merely car
ried out the directions of tho man
agement. The attorney for tho fair prayed
for an appeal from tho decision. " At
tho conclusion of the arguments
Judge Stein granted the appeal
Ponding tho hearing in tho higher
court, however, the parties t.io re
quired to givo bonds to obey the in
junction. QltEVr VIRGINIA IAND CASE.
The bill iu tho celebrated suit of
Countess Caroline von Roques of
Rouen, Franco, against David W.
Armstrong of Louisville and othors,
has been filed iu tho Chancery Court
Jit. Ttinlitnonfl. ThA pn-n invnlv4
tho title to 2,500,000 acres of laud
in Virginia, West Virginia and Ken
tucky, and the object is to havo
annulled a deed signed by tho Coun
tess von Roques and her husband in
Armstrong was the Countess at
torney, aud sho claims that ho sold
tho property for some $375,000, whilo
sho only got about $6000. Sho says
in tho bill that sho signed away
what she considered to bo part of
tho loud for $20,000, whilo it was
really the whole of it.
EDISON LOSES AN ELECTRIC LIGHT PATENT
In the United States Court at
New York Judge Lacombe, iu re
fusing to grant a preliminary injunc
tion iu favor of the Edison Electric
Light Company against the United
States EloctricLight Company, said
tliat it appeared to nun that the
Edison people intended to hold its
recontly patented incandescent lamp
as a whip over all people in the elec
tric light business in tho United
States. Iu other words, thoy meant
that no one should go into tho elec
tric light business without using
that particular lamp. He did not
think this fair and ordered a poremp- !
tory adjournment until the follow
EX-SECRETARY lOVTEH'b AFFAIRS.
A Fostoria, Ohio, despatch Hays:
Tho statement of Mr. Gormloy, as
signee for Charles Foster and Fo-.-tor
it Co., shovvb that Foster has
overdrawn his or.-.inal account to
the amount of ol.'lli.OOO. Foster ac
counts for this iu the fact of large
investments in Foitoriu. He admits
that he suffered a loss in other direc
tions. The statement of his per
sonal affairs will show that ho has
now moro than $100,000 of his own
securities pledged for the indorse
ment of the bank.
t in t.rnnatirv lint. Imlnnee is ilin miner i
tho statod amount to-dav boing.?17,- bv,thT0 following jury:
251,000. Tho receipts for tho past , IJ Sullivan, J. J. Egan,
m ' t II .. I I In 1(1 3 .1 l VV't IflflV 'I Into W
There is fighting going on iu two
provinces of tho Argentine Hepub
lic. Advices from Guatemala reveal !
foars of a general war iu Guatemala.
Two mon suspected of being agents I
of Salvador, and in a plot to nssavd- i
nato President llarnos of Guntu- '
mala, havo been shot. ;
It is believed that IC.ola of Sal-
vador hopes to mako himself dicta-
tor of the whole of Central Amer
i treaty 01 peaee ikii ucuu bigncn
ill Nicaragua, In which the Luon
I part v will aisuinu complete control
! of tho Government, liy tho terms
of the tioaty an amnesty has bucn
duuluiod. None of tho troops have
boou dlsbaudyd, Both ormiui occupy
tho positions they did at tho begin
ning of peaco negotiations, There
fore tho situation is still serious.
Cnptain Frazior of tho American
bark St. Katharine arrived at Victo
ria with tea gives it as his opinion
Hint tho British ship Blair Atholo,
150 days from Samarang, with sugar
for Vancouver, has foundered. Very
rouh woathor had occurred in the
central Pacific recontly. Tho Blair
Atholo is not a very good sea boat,
and tho general opinion is that she
was overloaded. n it is believed the
missing Mornvsiiiro was.
The Prime of Wales' jacht Britan
nia has taken another race, winning
Emperor William's Meteor Chal
lenge Shield nt the Tlo of Wight.
Trial for Manslaughter -- Various
Before Judge Whiting to day,
Patrick Conly is being tried for
manslaughter first degree. He is
charged with killing a sailor on tho
bark Matilda on the night of Feb
ruary 22 last. Tho body was fuund
at the bottom ol the liaroor iy a
diver noxt dnv. Conly is buiug tried
las, Wm. F.Love, S. G. Wilder. F.
D. Wicko, C. J. McCarthv, Tom
May, Geo. W. Farr, II. F. W'ichmau.
V. J. Fagerroos is interpreting tho
evidence of tho sailors, which is
giveu largely in Swedish and Norwe
gian. Mr. Kaulukou, counol for
tho defendant, puts his questions in
Hawaiian, which Mr. Wilcox turns
into English for Mr. Fagerroos.
Mr. H. W. Sev orauce, United States
Consul-General, is in attendance.
Tho prisoner bending forward in
his chair takes iu every word. His
.ovesaro perpetually slutting from
' .Mln 1
ouo to another of every person who
spcak, and heiscontintiallv stroking
his smooth-shaven chin in a nervous
sort S W?X', ... ,
''utlgo luting n
as pascd sont-
convicted dofendants as
Ah Lun, gamiug, three months nt
Ah Kwai, "opium in possession, ono
month. Same name, same otfonso,
and Ah Kai, also ono month.
Ah Tai, pleaded guilty, assault
and battery, $100 fine. His two co
defendants who went to trial, Ah
Hui aud Chow Yee, six mouths at
Judge Cooper is still hearing the
divorce case of Lazarus vs. Lazarus.
Tho wife was ou the stand this after
noon. A Strange Story.
The following "vnrn" is from tho
Natal Mercury: A Soldier's Dying
Confession. Gleeson, who was a
sergeant during the Indian mutiny
anil who died last December, con
fessed to his son-in-law, Hughes, at
Pretoria, says a telegram to tho
Diggers' News, that he murdered tho
Kiug of Oude, and with two others
stole tho crown jewels and buried
them. Tho two other looters woro
killed duriug the war. The day after
tho looting tho Thirty-second Regi
ment was ordered away, and the
towu was handed back to tho enemy,
so thero was no time to securo the
jewels. Since Gleoson's death
Hughes has been communicating
with the Indian Government through
the oditor of an influential Indian
journal, aud as all tho facts and de
scriptions coincide Hughes leaves
shortly for India to show the spot
wheio tho treasure is buried near
tho battlefield. One diamond in the
crown is suppood to bo tho fellow-
stone to tne famous liouiuoor.
Sinynpore Fret Pirsi.
Dyspepsia and Indigestion
Mrs. N. llaUo
Tho combination of excellent stomach
tonics InilooilN S.irsnpailll.i Is sudith.it,
with ptojKT attention to diet, Indigestion
and even tho vvorsu insrs of (ls)ifj-.la are
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trouble il with lidljcitkn, ami Imlng een
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Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
THURSDAY, AUKUST 35 1893.
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Robinson Block, Hotel Stroot, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASSOKTMI.NT OF
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Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OU DAMAGED GOODS KEI'T ON HAND
Robinson Block, Hotel
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Canton "WslsItl FstTorios !
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HIIKm, to sto ttit-tii mi-iiiii tuniircclatL-tliuni.
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, Casaanaere Siololimes SO Oent Yard I
One ol tlm handsomest Wash Mu'crinls this o-usoii cntlri) nun aud
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Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
1 Assets January t, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
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Plain & Figured Silks,
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