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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
PROM AND AFT15R JUNE 1. 18US.
To Ewa Mtiu
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Lavc Honolulu Btl.r 1:4!) 4-;
Leave Pearl City t):30 2:30 G:10
Arrlvo Ewa Mill 0:67 2:67 5:30
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Leave Ewa Mill 0:21 10:43 3:13
Lenvo Pearl City 0:55 11:16 4:13
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:55
A. Baturdays only.
B. Bally. '
C. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Sun nnd moon.
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TliiieWMsUuDIouB.it Hi. 2sm. 34s. p.m. of
lloiiolulu time, which Is tho sumo us 121i. Oiu.
08. of Uicciiwicli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, AUG. 24, 1893.
Tuuiisday. Aug. 24.
B B MIowera, Stott, from Vancouver
Am bktne Discovery, Christiansen, 15K
daya from Ban Francisco
TlIURItDAY, Aug. 21.
R M B 8 Alameda, Morse, for San Francisco
at 9 a m
S B MIowera, Stott, for the Colonies
Stmr Jas Makee for Mukawuli at 4 p m
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
R M S B Monowal, Carey, for the Colonies
From San Francisco, per bktno Dis
covery, Aug 24 Mr Langrren.
From Kapaa, per stmr James Makee,
Aug 2i Miss Jane Hare, and 10 on deck.
The hark Sharpshooter arrived at Eureka
from Honolulu on the fitli.
The American barkentine Discovery,
Captain C. Christiansen, arrived this moi n
ing, lSJdays from San Fiancisci with a
general cargo. The skipper, who is mak
ing his maiden trip as such, reports a line
parage too fine, lie thought, for the very
reason that there was hardly any winu.
She brought one passenger.
Tho success of Mrs. Annie M.
Beam, of McKeesport, Pennsylvania,
in the treatinont of diarrhoea in her
children will undoubtedly bo of in
terest to many mothers. She says:
"I spent several weeks in Jonstown,
Pa., after the great llood, on account
of my husband being employed
there. We had several children with
us, two of whom took the diarrhoea
very badly. I got some of Chamber
lain's Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea
Remedy from Rev. Mr. Chapman.
It cured both of them. I know of
several other cases where it was
equally successful. I think it can
not bo excelled and cheerfully re
commend it." 25 and 50 cent bot
tles for sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
MECHANIC ENGINE CO.
The First Dividend to Take Place
Mechanic Engine Co. held a meet
ing at the Hook & Ladder hall in
the Bell Tower yesterday evening
for the purpose of hearing tho re-
Eort of the committee consisting of
i. H. Davis, W. Jarrntt and Geo.
Lucas, who were appointed to in
vestigate the funds and books of tho
company. D. H. Davis, as chairman
of tho committee, reported that tho
books and funds were all straight
aud everything was correct. They
had found that S(i00 wore in avail
able cash aud $800 was in a mortgage-
After a dhcupsion it was voted to
have the first dividend of tho cash
on hand on Saturday next. Each of
tho sixty members will therefore get
$10. The mortgage money will
likely not bo dividod for some timo
Thoro woro prosont at tho moot
ing, which was presided over by C.
Widemanu, about twonty-throo
Mr. Thomas Batto, editor of tho
Graphic, Toxarkana, Arkansas, has
found what ho believes to bo tho
best remedy iu oxislonco for tho flux.
His experience is woll worth remem
bering. Ho says: "Last summer I
had a very fiovuro attack of flux. 1
tried almost every known reinody,
none giving roliof. Chamberlain's
Colic, Cholera and Diarrhoea itoiiio
dv was recommended to mo. 1 pur
chased a bottle and received almost
Immediate roliof. I continued to
nso tho inodiciuo aud was ontiiuly
cured. 1 take ploasuro in roconi
mending this reinody to any portion
Btiiroring with such a disease, as in
my opinion it is tho boul niwlicino
In existence." 25 mid 50 cont bottlos
for ealo by all donlors. Bousoii,
Smith b Co., agonts for tho Hawai
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
A pound notico appears olsowhoro.
A brown maro has boon lost. Soo
Mr. E. C. Maefarlano loft on tho
S. S, Alameda to-day for tho Coast.
Monday Aujrust 80th, is tho date
for closing onirics for Sopl 2d racos.
t Ah Tai, a Chinaman locked up for
insanity was discharged this morn
ing. Tho assiguco of A. A. Silva store
keeper, Kinnu street, has a notjeu
Tho U.S.S. filmrlootnn lnfl Mm.
tou Roads for tho Pacific station on
tho 5th inst.
A solitary, weathor-boaton annex
ation badge was seen ou tho street
Tho pavement in front of tho old
stono building adjoiniug tho bank
on Morcnant street is boing repaired.
A choico assortment of rattan and
Willow flirilitnrn. np. It-ill 111! cr.1,1
by L. J. Lovoy ou Saturday, 2Gth
Tho P. G. band gave a moonlight
concort at the Hotel yesterday even
ing. This morning it played at tho
departure of tho S. S. Alameda for
Ah Foo was fined S50 by Judge
Robertson this morning for opium
smoking. Auothor individual plead
ed guilty, but iu hU caso soutenco
Tho not proceeds of tho concort
at Kawaiahao church on Saturday
night amounted to $121.75. As this
amount, is insufficient another con
cert will be given shortly.
Mr. Thos. E. Wall has succeeded
Mr. W. D. Schmidt as clerk at tho
Cnstoin House. Mr. Schmidt intends
leaving for Maui to accept a position
as book-keeper on a plantation.
Tho promoters of tho late Japa
nese theatricals dropped over S2"0.
The Hxponses, howovor, had boon
paid in advance, so no one but tho
mauagotnout suffered. The receipts
Tho P. G. band expected to give a
concert to-night at Sans Souci, but
Prof. Borgor says that in tho event
of tho Mouowai or Miowera being in
port to-night, tho baud will play in
the Hotel grounds.
Tho latest advices are that, owing
to the end of the war iu Samoa, the
instructions awaiting the cruiser
Philadelphia at Callao will bo chang
ed, so that she will come hero to re
lieve tho Boston instead of going to
Mr. T. P. Cummins celebrated tho
first anniversary of his son yester
day with a luau at tho Cummins
residence, at Pawaa. Many of that
gentleman's friends callecl on him
during the day to offer their con
gratulations. Captain C. Christiansen, of tho
barkoutiuo Discovery, has tho thanks
of tho Bulletin for San Francisco
dales of tho 8th inst. This is Mr.
Christiansen's first trip as skipper,
being previously chief officer for a
number of years.
Mrs. Capt. Brock of San Francisco
is about to start ou a trading and
curio-hunting cruise in tho South
Seas in her little schoouor Caleb
Curtis. Her husband has had much
experience in those waters and will
bo skipper. Tho tiny vessel may
touch at Honolulu.
A young colored lad who foil from
aloft, on tho German bark Bylgia,
while that vessel was hero over a
year ago, and broke his leg, was a
passenger on tho S. S. Alameda to
day. He has fully recovered and his
passage home was secured by the
A farewell social and dance was
given at tho Long Branch Baths
yesterday evening to J. Wilson, who
returned to Stanford University ou
tho S. S. Alameda to-day. Music for
dancing was supplied by tho Quintet
Club, while genial Major Sherwood
attended to tho comfort of the
guests, with tho result that every
body enjoyed themselves.
Tho fast running mares Loloku
laui and Kaiulani. belonging to thoes
tato of tho lato JamosGay, have been
purchased by Mr. C. F. Horner, for
the Lahaiua Stables, for $1500. Tho
first maro will bo entered in tho
races ou September 2d, but it is not
settled whether Kaiulaui will. Lolo
kulaui was entered in tho racos last
year, and baulked in tho first race.
She developed considerable speed
iu a second event. Both are from
Shenandoah (siro), and Poison (dam).
P. G. DISCIPLINE.
Two of tho Guards Insult a Woman
at tho Government Building.
Mrs. T. B. Walker, wife of ono of
the alleged conspirators, was grossly
insulted by two Gorman members of
the P. G. guards ou duly at tho Gov
ernment building. It appears that
Mrs, Walker was driving homo along
King street yesterday when the
guards woro mulching over to tho
Executive building. Tho wheels of
her carriage' passed quito closo to
tho feet of two of tho guards. Mrs.
Walker did not take much notico of
the incident at tho time. This morn
ing sho was going into tho Govern
ment building to wiluoss tho trial of
her husband, whon tho two guards
rushed up and demanded iu a harsh
manner what sho meant by running
over them. Mr,,, Walker told thorn
that it was unintentional, uUo nUil-
i uig that they were insulting her.
With this one of tho Germans ruh
! ed up in a threatening attitude, and
I was in tho act of striluug.Mrs. Walkor
!vlion A, G, Corri'a hold his two
aims, and told him not to hit a wo
man. Mrs, Walkoi turned away
with tears in her oyoa, and tho
dastardly hibiilliug conduct of tho
guards uns reported to Captain
SSioglor, v. ho said it would bo hoard
Dully Built Hn, 60 nnti n month,
Regular General Bosston of tho Exe
cutive and Advisory Councils.
Vico-Prosidont Hatch called tho
Exocutivo and Advisory Councils to
order at 1:80 p. m., with him boiug
present : Ministers King and Damon,
Councillors Brown, Eua, Watorhouso.
Allon, Bolto, Morgan, Young anu
Ministor Damon presented tho
weekly financial statoment as fol
lows: Financial Statement for the Week
Enijino August 23, 1893.
i Kurrt'iu account uaiancc A.ug,
iu, isia $ 120,103 01
Interior Bepnrtmont $ 3,610 00
Customs Receipts 10,883 00
lims,cto Vii 30
,Ves 21,882 H3
Revenue stamps 385 00
Waicr 200 00
1'ostOlllce 0,823 00
Oovornniont Realizations 600 50
Side of Government Bonds .... 4,000 00
Postal Savings Bank 2.I3U 05
Crow n Lands 700 00
Sinking Fund Act, Dec. 31,
1M1 13,72 2l
JullcUry I no o
Department Foreign Affairs .. 670 10
Interior Depirtmcnt, salaries
nnd Incidentals 18 00
Public Works 110 78
Hoard of Health 1,574 36
Water Works 8 60
Miscellaneous 541 ni
Bureau of Immigration 0 00
Finance, salaries 67 03
" interest..., 77100
nient 485 31
Qonl. Expenses Prov. Govt.... 285 82
Koail taxes to special dcDosit.. 8,288 00
School taxes ., 8,250 00
Kxppnies placing loan '03 to 00
Land Biles Trans, to S. F. Act,
Dec. 31, 1884 13,772 24
$ 35,011 37
Current account balance 150,001 19
Outstanding Bonds 2.624,(i00 00
Duo P. 8. Bank 628,622 1)5
Treasury and P. M. G. notes.. 230,000 00
Net indebtedness 3,383,122 95
This amount of ?155,541.G0 was
paid from general revenue
in the treasury to carry on
Snblic improvements un
er Sec. 2 to date and all
receipts from sale of bonds
under loan of 18l pass Into
general cash as offsets until
this debt is cancelled $ 156,541 CO
Less bonds, Act of 1893, sold
todate 132,000 00
? 23.641 60
Amount due from" P. S. B. for
advances from general rev
enue to cover excess of
withdrawals over receipts. 6,923 77
Amount due general Treasury
this date from Loan Act. . 29.485 37
r. B. BANK MEMO.
Due depositors 628,522 05
Notices 6f withdrawals matur
ing August, Septcrubor,
October and November 33,474 00
Cash on hand 17,889 3J
PROVISIONAL GOVERNMENT MEMO.
Expenses Provisional Govern
ment todate 114,290 15
This amount covers all expenses Includ
ing military and others not appropriated
by the last Legislature.
MEMO CASH IN TBEASCRY.
Outstanding certificates to re
deem which there is a cor
responding coin deposit in
the treasury 259,000 00
Certificates withdrawn from
circulation nnd deposited
for safe keeping 53.000 00
Postal Savings Bank Balance. 17,659 33
Koad Board tund in Treasury. 42,682 33
Bchuol Board fund in Treasury 31,049 45
Available cash as above 150,001 19
Total cash S 241,482 30
ITEMS OP MISCELLANEOUS EXPESOITUBE IN
Roads and bridges, general S 224 92
" Special, Hon 18 90
Insane Asylum 1779
Light Houses 20 00
Steam Tugs 2. 00
Road damages 23 00
In connection with tho statement
tho Minister mentioned that some
people might think it was going too
far to reply to newspapers not alto
gether friendly to this movement.
Tho Bulletin had given figures to
show that the current expenditures
exceeded tho current revenue. In
considering this subject the revenue
and expenditure for a whole year
must bo considered to arrive at a
proper conclusion. There was one
mouth in the first half of this year
whon tho rovenuo was as low as
$80,000, which would not pay
salaries and ordinary current ex
penses. Other mouths were little
better, and if they were bound
to confine each month's expendi
tures to its revenue, a great
many public services would have to
stop. Thoro woro sorao expenses of
government that had to bo met
right along. But if they took it in
round numbers for tho first six
mouths of the Provisional Govern
ment, as compared with correspond
ing periods under former adminis
trations, tho record of this Govern
ment did not suffer. Tho expendi
tures for tho past six months had
been &872,0O0, against rocoipts of
$010,000, showing that thoy had
spoilt $253,000 moro than thoy had
received. Thoro was a cash balance
at the start of $198,000. Tho ro
coipts for tho corresponding period
of last year were $514,000, against
an expenditure of $758,000, which
showed that tho preceding Govern
ment exceeded tlioir revonuo in the
firBt six months of tho year, whon
tho revenue was always lighter than
tho second half of tho year, bv
$211.0.0. J ' J
Tho present Government had im
proved on the former by not onlv
pajingoiroll their own obligations,
but had paid botwoou $100,000 aud
3150,000 not belonging to this Gov
ernment. Thoroforo thoy could say
that the condition had been materi
ally improved. A year ago thoro
was a cash balanco iu tho treasury
of Jti7.79l.91, while to-day there was
0110 of $150,0(50.19. This showed that
all aloug the lino thoro was a steady
improvement. Hy could account
for it in this way that tho com
inunity had boon moro thrifty In
ways of living, which had its influ
oneo ou tho Government, tho Gov
ernment boiug only a reflux of tho
community. The Minister then re
ferred to tho doubts oast oa tho na
ture of tho itoui for diplomatic and
consular service, by an articlo iu tho
Bulletin. Ho uavo tho sub-divisions
of tho item, showing tho money
wont in payments to Mnnloy Hop
kins, Consul in London j F. P. Has
tings, clork at Washington: T. G.
Thrum ($103) for copies of the Ha
waiian Annual, postage, etc. No
money had been spent to send any
body to Chicago.
Ministor Damon stated a difficulty
under tho Audit Act, preventing
necessary expenditures on certain
landings, and submitted a resolution
to logalizo tho expenditures, which
Minister Damon nnd a letter from
Prosidout D?lo, enclosing a cortifi
cnto from his physician that ho was
uisauieti irom attonuing to his olll-I
cial duties and required absolute 1
rost therefrom, iu which the Presi
dent desired to havo all his official
duties transferred to tho Vice-Pro-1
dont, stating at tho samo time that
ho would tender his resignation if
tho Advisory Council deemed it ex-
In accordanco with tho terms of
tho letter Minister Damon moved a
resolution, transferring Mr. Dolo's
functions as President, Ministor of
Foreign Affairs, etc., to Vico-Prosi-nont
Tho Councils thon took up certaiu
bills on tho table. While consider
ing one relating to tho salo of public '
lands, it was found there was no I
quorum. Mr. Emmoluth had arrived I
since tho opening, and tho arrival of 1
Messrs. Suhr and Nott enabled busi-1
ness to proceed. 1
The following bills camo up for
m An Act to approprinto an nddi-1
tional sura of money for assistant
guards, Honolulu, under tho Bureau '
of Customs in tho Department of
An Act relatim? to tho offien nf '
vice-President and to provide for
tho performance of tho duties of
President in caso of vacancy of both
LJiafn irflAH 1 - TT 1 ... T ? J -. A
iiuoiuuui uuu v u-u-i rosiuoill.
m.r. jMiiinoiuLu inougnt a stago
had been reached when tho Presi
dent should bo relieved of other
offices, and receive a salary for the
duties of that position alone. It
was nothing but ovorwork that broke
the President's health down.
Mr. Brown said the present bill
was only to provide for the emer
gency. When tho President return
ed, they could consider the matter
broached by Mr. Emmeluth.
The bill then passed first reading
and, under suspension of the rules,
was passed to its final stago.
Our reporter left at 2:53.
. Mr. H. J. Mayers, of Oakland, Md.,
says: "I havo sold thirteen bottles
of Chamberlain's Cough Remedy
to-day ana am literally sold out.
This is the largest salo on record of 1
any ono preparation in a day over !
our counters. It gives tho best sat- I
isfaction of any cough medicine wo i
handle, and as a seller it leads all 1
other preparations on this inaikot." '
For sale by all dealers. Benson,
Smith & Co., agents for the Hawai
Mr. Tom Gav. of tho Mokuloia
Ranch, has a youug colt from Sena-1
tor Stanford and Idle Girl, which '
lie terms as a "streak of lightning."
It has boon named Stanford Colt,
and will not bo entered in tho races
this year. Mr. Gay promises to put
him to tho front next -ear.
ABROWX MARK WITH
OnoHind Leg Wliite.
Brand "U." Apply
g-lw Fort street.
BY TWO YOUNG MEN',
a Furnished Cot'iieo
at reasonable terms.
Bullktin Ollice. 8 10-:
FRONT ROOM AND
Middle Room to let
at No. 4 Garden Lano.
nlsbed Rooms to let, at
the corner of Aiakea and
Merchant Streets, hy the
juuy, tveoKor aiontu.
809-2w JENS E. NIELSEN'.
63 Tons Reeixter, substan
tially built of Oak and Cedar;
Connor and Conner Fastened.
For prli-K nd particulars apply
TOMf THRO. H IVAVIKI
NOTICE IS HEREBY
given that the follow
ing described Animals will
Kfl unl.l nt Piil.1t. A no, tn.
on SATURDAY. Bent. 9. AT-M&
in-jj, ui vi o ciock noon, at me Uuvernmeut
Pound at Mukikl:
1 Bay Horse branded "CM" on right
1 Bay Horse branded "IJ" on right hind
leg, also "Yj" on h'ft hind Ing.
1 Dark borrel Horse brandod ''li" on
right hind leg.
IV Ownerc of the ahovo Animals must
bend iu their claims uitlilu 11 clnys, other
wise they will I mi hold on the dntu above
named. J). ICAOAO,
Government round inastor.
Honolulu, Aug. -M, 1UH. Hl2-2t
FINE GERMAN SflUMfill
V. E. Ji'LANb, Commander,
DUE HKK1S bHORTLY
Will be Despatched for tho above Port on
Sept. 6, 1893.
Fur further imrlliMilim rccarillm:
Pusnago and Freight, apply to
K. OG-URA & CO,,
7W-U1 Hotol tit., Ilobluiuu Ulock.
tfn "JJi :TVft
Hon. Wm. S. Warner
Cordially Gndorcoo Hood'o
27io Best Illood Purifier.
Trmtam 3. Warner
rond du Lac. Wis.
The following Is f:o:n cs-Congrcssman
Warner, a gentleman highly esteemed by
all who know him:
" I can truly say that I comlilcr IIooil's Sars.v
parlllattio best r.ictltclno for purltj lug llio blood.
It did ma good v.licn phyilslani end other meiU"
clncs failed. Ithathicrcisct roy cppctlto and
spcmcd to rcnow my youth. This Is absolutely
tuie." W. 3. WAitxcn. fond Du Lac, AVI?.
Hood'o Pills ciuo Constipation by rcstor
Inu Hie peristaltic action of tUo alimentary canaL
HOBRON, NEWMAN fc CO.,
Agents for Havvuilau Islands.
j mnko from an artificially pro
. duced GUM almost as elustic as
INDIA RUBBER, which, when
j reduced by certain volatile sol
j vents to the consistency of an
oil, can be mixed with all pig
ments, and used in the same
maimer as linseed oil.
It resists water, acids, alkalies,
heat and cold aud atmospheric
influences. It lasts longer, gives
a richer gloss, covers better 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 also mixes in larger
proportions with varnishes and
improves their working, lusting
and wearing properties.
the Manager of Paaubau Plantation
Co., Uamakua, Hawaii.
Wm. Lkms Oliver, Esq., Manager Ameri
can Lucol Co., Han Francisco.
A year ago I used some of the oil manu
factured by your Company to paint ono of
our Plantation buildings', tit the samo time
painting adjoining buildings with paints
mixed with American ami Knglljh Lin
seed Oils. The paint was mixed and ap
plied by a competent workman.
The building painted with Lucol Oil re
tains its original appearance, while those
on which Linseed Oil wad used faded some
time ngo, the paint becoming chalky. As
this Plantation is on the weather Milts of
the island, und the climate excoptionHlly
irying on Paint, I consider the above to be
as thorough a tent as nnv to which your
Oil can possible be subjected, its superior
ity being so apparent. I take pleasure iu
recommending the Lucol Oil to all users of
Yours very Respectfully.
A. MUOUK, Manager.
September S, 1802.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands!
DURING MY TEMPORARY AIL
hence from tho country, Mr. Clarence
M. While will act fot mn in till matters iu
connection with Miicfarlanc VCi, (L'd).
E. C. MACTARLANE.
Honolulu, Aug. l!3, 16UJ. ail-.'lt
ALL PERSONS HAVING CLAIMS
agulnut A. A. Silva, stotel:eepur,
I Kinuu street, Honolulu, are hcrebv notl-
lied to present the fame to the under
, signed uiihluIW diiys or tliny will bu for
I ever barred; mid till persons indihtcd to
said A. A. Silva must make immediate,
payment to M, R. du b. at ttud ftllva's
1 store on Klnau Mrcct. or to the under
I signed. M. A. GONSALVl-JS,
, , Assignee.
Honolulu. Aug. 21, l&M. dl.'-hv
NOTIOE TO SPORTSMEN.
ALL SHOOTING OP GAME ON THE
Lauds of Mouunluii, il.iluwa nnd
Ait'ti below the (iovuriiuiunl Roadl, 1)N
trletol Kona, Island ol Uuhu, II. I, Is
i Strict I V Forbidden without lliu neeesMire
tieimli, w'lijch cut bu had on application
to J. M, Dottscil, at the llanl.lim lloiue. of
Hi shop J; Co,
fi. M. DAMON,
, , . J. I. DOWtiKlT.
Honolulu, Aug. 17, IttJJ. eW-lw
For This Week Only !
rf. S. SA.GHS'
ESQ Fort Street, XSoxxolvilu.
TABLE -:- LINENS
SIX SPECIAL BARGAINS !
Fine "White Table Linen, 01 inches wide nt
00 CentH per Yard
Extra Fine Bleached Table Linen, (ji. inches wide at
tt , , ;'VA""l 90 Ccnts Per Yard
Unbleached Damask Table Lin .mi, 5Jt inches wide at
tt ! ",'" '10 Cents per Yard
Unbleached Damask Table Linen, fine quality at. .
oO Cents per Yard
Unbleached Damnsk Table Linen, extra quality, 63
inches wide at (JO Cents per Yard
Red Damask Tabic Linen at GO Cents per Yard
Also, Some New Children's Leghorn Hats, Very Reasonable,
gTSThe above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
ETO, BTO., H3TO.,
THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, 1893.
IMI- S- 3LiIH3"V y
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTESMVi: ASSORTMENT OF
wicKer ware, ws&m
Antique Oak tjmsmSmM Sideboards.
Bedroom Suits, lIMISSSifti Etc Etc Etr
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORD W A Tf&PORTER,
Robinson Blook, Hotol Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
I1ELL TELEPHONE &. -a g- M UTUAi TKUSI'HONC 015.
AT Till: FAMOUS STORK OV
IB. IF. EHLERS c CO,
fc03 & Bll FORT STREE1T,
Oa,:n.to:n. "Wets!. Fabrics i
A handsome Cotton rubric- Now Sulo tu.. m.iuii. tin euVcts are facsimiles of China
bilksjto seu them mi am to appiuclnte thorn.
Bilk finish just outi real French designs are tho lln.-st und the cruzo of the season.
Oa-sHriaere Svitolirnea so Gents Yard !
One of the hundsomeu Wash Muterml. tins season entirch new aud
for the price bus no oijtul.
"Wliite Lawns and Dimity !
Iu Plain, btriped mid t becked iu gru.u vuriut).
W Drensinaklng Under tho Manauoraenf ol MRS. RENNUR. J3
Royal Insurance Company
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
Cm- Vnv ruU on ull kiiidn of lii.urance Property tuktm at Current Rlikt by
in the World."
Aniit for th HtwulUn IiUndi,