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THE DULY BULLETIN.
i'Mgtd lu wither SrelMiir I'arty,
Hut fatal! hhcd for thrVmeflt of All.
FRIDAY, AUG. 2Xh ISiKt.
Attornoy-Guiiural Stnitli was quito
oloiiiunt in timing homo to tint
jury's comprolionsiou tho nineties of
conspiracy. Eporkiieo is nftor all
tlio host loai'lmr.
Kalo Field's Washington furnishes
an intorv iovv with Mr. Thurston,
which is roprintod in tho Advertiser.
As questions and answers were both
written by Mr. Thurston, tho iutor
viow must bo his own, although not
a gonuino intorviow.
Portuguese aro acknowledged to
be the principal element in tho An
nexation Club of Hawaii. As that
nationality thoroforo takes tho lead
in supporting tho sole policy of iho
-... 1 , 1 1 "
P. G., it should havo nine represon-
tativos at least instead of ouly one
in tho Advisory Council.
With a Deputy Attorney-Gonoral
and a Deputy Marshal both learned
in the law, tho Attorney-General, it
seems, has to employ additional
counsel for Government prosecu
tions. This may bo part of the good
aud economical govornmont wo have
been promised, but it may bo diflt
cult to make tapayors viovv it iu
NOT SO FAST.
lu tho report of tho Provisional
Legislature made by the organs,
they describo tho Finance Minis
tor's statements as effectually dis
posing of the criticisms in the Bul
letin. Let us see. There was a
balance iu the treasun when the P.
G. took hold, larger than there is
now, as well as larger than the
amount of ordinary debts outstand
ing. In addition to the ordinary
revenue, and to the material benefits
of a considerable advance iu the
price of sugar, tho P. G. has taken
to itself the rovenuo of tho crowT
lands. Vet tho debt of the countrv
has been largely increased, while
the ratio of excess of expenditures
over iccoipts has boon higher than
for tho oorre-pouding period of last
year. Such facts as the-o need in.
comment. They constitute a severe
enough condemnation of the Pro
visional Government's control of af
fairs in themsulvos. It was 011I3
similar facts derived directly fron:
tho ollicial figures which the Bulle
tin presented, and how thoy can be
dissipated by fuller information oi
the same kind tho organs may bi
loft to explain. As intimated previ
ously, this is not censuriug tho men
financial technique of the Govern
mont. Probably no other Miuistei
of Fiuanco could do better with f
joint executive and legislative con
trol that owns no responsibility t(
THE NEW TREATY.
Of tho Provisional Goverutnou
treaty which Professor Aloxande
carried to Washington, tho Nov
York Nation sas: "Of male
iug many Hawaiian treatios then1
is no end. First there was tho om
which Harrison drew and Cleveland '
withdrew. Then there was theoni
which, as we learned last week fron
Honolulu despatches, was prepared
for the propose of covering objec
tions which arose iu tho United
States. This one will not bo for
warded. But a third one is for
warded, and if that doesn't suit,
thoro will be uo difficulty in dravvinc
up others. Tho Provisional Govern
ment give out tho main articles of
their last treaty. It is their treaty
because they have agreed to it.
''But it takes two to make a treaty,
and tho Constitution of the United
States points out tho troaty-making
power of this country. Wisoly or
unwisel', thai power is not vestod in
newspapers or in filibusters or in
bouuty-soekors but in tho President,
by aud with tho consent of th"
Senate. It looks, thorofore, like a
curious piece of inadvertence oi
audacit' for tho Provisional Govern
mont of Hawaii to publish iu ad
vance tho terms of a treaty which
they propose to submit to tho Amor
ican Executive, Tho best that can
be said of such a course is that it i
a case of gross diplomatic impro
priety. Wo aro not jet ready to ac
cept tho alternative viovv that it was
meant as a studied affront to Presi
dent Cleveland, and an endeavor
to force his hand by newspaper
clamor. Tho latest now shows that
tho Provisional Gdvornniont is iu a
bad way, but we do not boliovo it j
jot reduced tosodesporato straits us
buch a purpose would imply. Tho
articles of the treaty itself, as pub
lishod, aro not worth serious disem
hion." For a lame buck or for a pain ii
tho bide or chest, try saturating r
iiieco of flannel with Chamberlain 1
Pain Balm and binding it onto tin
ullected parts. This treatment wil1
euro any ordinary cuso iu 0110 or tvv
days. Pain Balm also cures rheum
tttiain. &0 cent bottles for sale b
all dealers. Benson, Smith ii Co,,
atfenta for th Uawaiiou Jilaudu,
ST. ANDIIHU'S CYTIir.llIUT,.
Thirtconlli Sundny iiflir Trinity.
Holy communion, u:;HJ n. m. Holy
coiumuniouchnrnl, 11 a. tn
waiian evensong, ii'.'M p. m.
, nug and sermon. 7:30 p. in.
The services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
to-morrow, will be as follows: (.):15 a.
m., morning prayer with sermon;
Venito, Maefanon in Aj To Doiini,
I lodge i in Cj Reuedictus, Tallin in
F; hymns 2150 and 222; anthoni,
"Blessed aro tlioy that dwell in tlij
house," by Tours; evening prayer
with .ortimn, 0:511) p. m.; Magnificat,
Hayes in F; Nunc Dimittis, Bee
thoven in B Hat; hyms 2.V2, 2(51 and
21. Bov. Alex. Mackintosh, pastor.
All aro cordially invited.
Sunday Services 0 and 7 a.m.,
how Masses, English sermon at
tho 7 a. in. Mass, ovory Sunday
during tho whole year. 10 a.m",
High Mass, with sermon in Por
tuguese and Hawaiian. 2 p.m.,
Bosary ami Catechism. p.m., in
winter season (Novoinbor to Febru-
aiv), 4:5H) p. in. in summer season
i...i.... ....... Vm.mi,A i,..,.,.i:, 1
f bn u ry to Novombor), Bonodic-
lllVvt,f,.V.!c .:..! ".. 5 "?"i S .., '
r ,vr..r ""'icated German teachers, physicians,
i,uv .u.is.Lb. ongincors, lavvyors, ministers and
y. m. c. a. hall. i druggists. Tho circular is a confos-
Sunday, 11 a. in., services in Oaliu sion that the German universities
Jail; 1:15 p. in., services in Barracks; ' aro graduating far more educated
ytfO p. m., Bible Study in Y. M. C. A. '
0:510 n. m.
i., uospio rraiso sorvieo in
Y. il. (J. A. Tuesday, 7:150 p. in.,
prayor meeting at Y. M. C. A. Ser
vices in Bethel street hall at 7:!50.
Tho Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opera House. Ser
vice? wdl bo hold Sunday as follows:
10 a. m., Biblo class; 11:15 a. m. and
7:30 p. in., preaching, b' Elder J.
SEVENTH DAT ADVENTISTS.
Seventh Day Adventisl Church,
corner Punchbowl and Berotania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social meeting af
ter Sabbath school. Biblo reading
.-very Sunday evening. Everyone
CENTHVL UNION CIIUUCI1.
Sunday School at 9:45 a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a. in. and 7:30 p. in. ' this matter of tho gold supply is bo
All are cordially invited to these , iug unduly exaggerated.
Tho popular triunipl
those of return'ng couqu
cient Borne, which were given base
ball plajers and pedestrians a few
year-, ago, aro now being bestowed
on fast bicyclists. People who maj
doubt thisstateiniMit .should read tho
Milwaukee newspapers of tho d.iy
after the return home of Walter G.
Sanger, the crack pedalor of that
city. This stout jouug man was met
at the railroad station bj about 1 ,
000 people, w ho broke into a grand
cheor as Mr. Sanger stepped fiom
tho train. He was escorted to a car
riage, and a procession was formed
lo parade the street.-. Then he wa
addressed in a public leception by
tho governor of Wisconsin, who de
livered a speech of welcome, while
the city w.is represented by tho dis
trict attornoy. Tho leading news
papers averaged about four columns
in their reports of tho groat event
aud Julius Ctesar, .-iloauder the
Groat or Napoleon Bonaparte would
havo turned faiily green with euvj
could thoy have read them. Spring
field 11' publico a.
Things to Come.
As tho Queen is to bo restored
again in a snort umo oy tno powers
at Washington, the Advertiser and
Star will no doubt use their influ
ence with tho P. G. to shut up shop
and proclaim a holiday the 2d of
September that being tho Queen's
birthday. We expect to seo the Ad
verter aud Star with their staffs
complete backing tho horse named
Queen L. with their last dollar, while
shouting glory hallelujah. That
stock ot mortals always turn with
tho tide, tho poor fellows can't help
it, it comes natural like. Wo hope
the3r won't be so carried away with
enthusiasm, that they will imbibe
too freely of tho juniper while at
tho races. Thoy can havo plenty oi
enjoyment, and at tho same time
honor the Queen without going into
North Kona Road Board.
A petition to the Minister of In
terior charging tho Boad Board of
North Kona with incompetency has
been circulated iu the district lately
aud ha-j been signed by three white
men and thoir dependents. Tho-e
three white men wero candidates
for tho road board at the general
election in 1802, but wore not elect
ed. Tho present board had the
confidence of the great majority of
the voters at that time aud has it
still; and if any gentleman residual
in the district should think that the
board is uot doing its duly, a call at
tho chairman's ollice would satisfv
him that the board means to act
honorably and fairly by all.
Kailun, August 2-1, 1803. 1
To Got at the Facta
Bogarding Hood's Sarsaparilln, ask
tho people who take this medi
cine, or read the Ic-itimouiaU oflen
published iu this paper. They will
certainly convince jou thai I food's '
Saisapaiilla poso'es unequalled
merit, aud that Hood's Chios.
Hood's Pills cure constipation lij
restoring the poustaltic action of
the alimentary canal. Thoy aro tho
best family cathartic.
Hough on Hats. i
Eunoit 11iu.ctin: j
For complete hotch-potch of 1
daily editorial lies iu order to prop '
tho tiausparout lies of yesterday,
cumuieuU us to tho i. 0. AAwtiltw.
LATE FOREIGN NEWS ITEMS.
Lord Bosoberry is quoted as sav
ing: "Wo were nearer lo a war with
L'ltiiu'o a week ago to-day than til
any time since Waterloo."
""" ""t his lordship maile the rematk,
it is nrobably true.
It will be plniu " illiaiu MelCin
lov" without tho "Jr.," on the ballot
in Ohio this fall. Tho governor'
father is now dead, and the famous
high taritl'chainpinn has decided to
(Hop the appendage,
Out of i).0Ull pilgrims who lefl
Bomhity' for Mecca within tho last
few joars, only (50,1)00 have come
back, otie-thitd having perished.
This is said to be not an unusual
mortality among these pilgrims
ftoni all sections, and tho causa is
agreed to be the extreme lilthinoss
of the holy city. It is now gener
ally believed that Mecca, Medina,
Camarau, and tho other Arabian
cities to which pilgrims llock aro
II... ..I.. .!.... I.. .....i... t.... i,- ...!
uiu unuiuiii uiuunrn iwi lmiujju uiiu ,
I lit lin. ami tut henlt 1 nil cers (if I
i.: : v.. ----- -..--.
I uouiay nave mane a uemami mat
these cities bo drained and cleaned.
I S01110 of tho most eminent pro
1 fessors in Germany havo sent out a
' circular to Germans in all parts of
1 Ho world, asking tho recipients
wllothoroln'ployino7lts iu thl,Ir )lacos
of residence can bo found for edu-
young men than tho country's pro
ressious can absorb
It is a well-
Uiiown tact that tho Uerlin poor
board regularly aids .some very high
ly educated men, who havo been
1 pressed to tho wall through tho ex
cessive crowding of tho professions.
It sounds rather odd to read iu
tho London correspondence of tho
New York Financial Chronicle that
"distrust is very general and there
aro fears that gold iu considerable
amount may bo withdrawn for Now
. York;" and that yet ''tho supply of
t money is exceptionally large," tho
' bank of England holding some ?12,
000,000 more in leservo than a year
ago. On this side distrust is loss
general iu view of this samo pros
pect of gold exports from London.
Has it eomo to tho point that busi
i ness trust aud distrust iu every na
tion hang upon tho ebb aud flow of
a few millions of gold? Aupaiontly
; bneli as senator Jones of Nevada
who say: "Confidence I
This shows a not increase during
July of over 7,000,000, there having
been a gain, of over $r,0()Q(H0 in
hank nols alone. Thus tho trouble
must bo noi iu the lack of a sufli
cient volume of money, bub in the
lamentable fa t that people with
ino.iev lefn-e, to let 'Confidence be
"gollvswashed," and hang on to
tbeir pur-o strings. There is money
enough on lwiiid;ihodillieulty is that
there is not confidence enough on
hand to permit of its normal circu
lation. Mango Chutney.
On May 27th last wo had a little
information from North Queensland
on the subject of tinning our ripo
mangoes, 1. e.. if tho Hying foces
leave any to get ripo. And now we
get, at a very opportune time and
from the same source, the following
recipe for chutney, which wo hope
will oe used and so save a great por
tion of tho many thousands of man
goes which wo every whore see tho
trors laden with. Tho great point is
I that tho fruit is used grren aud is
1 now iu a fit state for tho purpose. It
might be a good plan to gather the
1 trill .llwi n,,,1r rrl, fr ..i,,,,,,,,.. ,i
. in.. ,i, ;,. ,wi itBn,i,,ti,.
1 to the foes) to get lipe.
iNoiiEDir.Nrs. Brown sugar, IJlb.,
j,roullll gillf,or, !jlb.; 'tlt
ybi. mustnrd 8ee3 bi.
salt, glt.; garlic, 41b j onions, Jib.;
1 .,, jn, . 9 i,,,..!,.. ,.1 ,.,. ,..-. ..,i An
. I -1 " -"- T...nM, ...... W
large green mangoes.
Instructions. Sugar to be made
into syrup, liarlick aud onions to
be minced flue aud mixed with gin
ger. Mustard seed to bo washed iu
cold vinegar and dried iu tho sun.
Tho mangoes to bo cored aud sliced
and boiled in 1 bottles of vinegar.
Mangoes, when cold, lo bo put into
a large pan and the whole ol the in
gredients mixed together, including
tho remaining hall bottle of vinegar.
Boil again and stir well until tho
whole is well blended. Bottle while
hot and cork well.
j While mangoes engage our atten
' lion the following extracts from tho
Deiuorara Argosy will interest: 1
"Fiom tho point of of view of quali
ty, mangoes fall into two primary '
divisions long and short fleshed,
that is tlioio in which there is much ;
fibre iu tho flesh, and those iu which
there is very liltle or, comparatively
, speaking, none. The former aio, as 1
a rule, populmly known as 'stiingy'
( maugooj, and sometimes also as 'tur- ,
pontine,' the latter duo to a inailtod
characteristic in tho llavor ieinind-j
1 iug 0110 of tho oil ol that name. '
Both hero and iu tho West Indies'
tho sliiugy mangoes aro far more,
abundant 1 ban Iho better kinds, ,1!
circumstance which is ascribed purt
Iv to their grealor vigor, and partly
to the fact that tho peasantry, who
aro tho chief consumers, .seem to
havo no proforouoo for tho better
kinds, together with the easy spoil- I
taneity ol tho growth of tlio seed
when ejected frointho mouths, on
loadsides and el-owhoie, of migrant
consumers." Tanna mangoes aio
one of tho short lleshod aud, there
fore, best for dessert, mangoes. -Ejc.
A l-bEATEI) 1'JIAK.
X ton, birong, mid con
ruilent for ladlis' uo.
Apply ft thi tlltlco
Honolulu, Aug. ,'U, U01.
AMBKTI.N'O Oi1 THE MEMIIEIIS OF
the IIaumhn Jockkv Ollh willhh
I eld on .MOMIAV, Aug. '.'tli, at lit
who say: "Confidence bo gollys- i (e.muib inc oiairenieujr i nave some assurance may De given
washed; what the country wants is, ,', r.,l, Ul u"v.'; . by scientists abroad that the
more money," should ook at the i .uu ,L a,m ""c" " " uutwnn't i.:i tlif rn-id Frp
is, equalling uiwnrmwnt !.-( montl.lv rnnorl. of " othcis as a great lemedy for Dys- Wight won t Kill the toad. 1 re-
ororsinau- timnmmmu of moimvin nin-nlntimi. pepsia, &c." 6) quent spravinp; with insecticide
ZiX ''' " M U. aUEROER
I elWt ' ' tiitwwy,
A Warning Across tho Wolor.
Our party leaders can see how
soino of thoir performances in Con-
gross look to comparatively unpreju
diced obsorvers if they will lool
across tho water into tlio Untisli
Commons. Theio they will seo a
largo minority made up of two ele
ments, both ably led, and animated
by tho common purpose to break
down ovory measure introduced by
tho government, simply because it is
a government mea-ure. This is not
only title of the homo uilo bill,
winch has never been candidly dis
cussed on its merits by either lory or
unionist, but or every nieasuro of im
portance which tho'goveininent has
introduced or oronoses to introduce.
I Even the appropnation and rovonuo
I'll ...I.!. I. ' . ' ! ...... !.. 1 !...!
I inns, wiiiuii are as iiiioriiiii 111 muir
character as any measures can be,
I aio to bo attacked, amended and de
layed for no other purpose than to
1 badger tho government.
There is no statesmanship in this
and no patriotism; only
cheap partisanship of the same sort
that animates a good deal ot the
same kind of debating in Washing
ton. It is uot a very pretty thing to
look nt, whether exhibited in Parlia
ment or iu Congress. Springfield
The Hon. J. V. Fcnniniore is the
SherifT of Kent Co., Del., aud lives
at Dover, the County Seat and Cap
ital of the State. The sheriff is a
gentleman fifty-nine years of age,
and this is win he says : "I have
" used your August Flower for sev
" eial years in my family and for my
"own use, and found it does me
" more good than any other remedy.
" I have been troubled with what I
" call Sick Headache. A pain comes
" in the back part of my head first,
" and then soon a general headache
i :i t ..:!. i :. i
" At limes, too, I have a fullness
" after eating, a pressure after eating
" at the pit of the stomach, and
I'souiuess vvhen food seeined to rise
up in mv tin oat and mouth. When
" I feel this coming on if I take a
" little August Flower it relieves
G. G. GUELN', Sole Manufacturer,
Wooillimv. New .Jersey, U. S. A.
HERRINGS at AUCTION
On MONDAY", Aug 28th,
AT 12 0'Or.OCK XOON,
I WIlTv SKM, AT PUBLIC ATJOTIOJ.
Boxes Eastern Scaled Herrings
Le-wis J. Tjvy,
Martgagoa's Notice of Intontion to
Foreclose and of Sale.
IS HEItniJY GIVEX THAT.
in imrsuanru of 11 I'uvvurnf Sale con
tained 111 a curtain Murtgngo exrciued
December 4, l9l, by Anient' liurb.i, of
Wailuku, Maui, to Joseile 1'oute.of .Mnkn
vvao, Maui, anil recorded in I.llier l-", yago
:sn, the said Mortgagee intends to lotv
cloe the said Mortgage for condition
broken, to wit: the iion-p-iyint-nc of the
pi inci pal and interest secured theixbj
s hen due. And notice is hereby miher
given that upon surli forui'lo-iiro'tand un
1"!S saiil Mortgage shall havo been so mer
paid), all and sinulm' the I.umK Tuiu
ineuts and Hereditaments in 'aid Mort
gage contained and described will be sold
at I'ublic Auction, at the Court House, in
said Wailuku, bv Thomas V. Everett,
Auctioneer, on SATURDAY, the Dili day
of September, lB'to, at t'J o'oluclc noon of
Tho Property of said Mortgage is all that
l'icec of Laud situate In said W ailukn. and
described in a deed to said A atone Ilorha,
recorded in the Registry ot I'unvovauued
iu Rook 00, page lfll).
CHP- Kor farther particulars apply to
Thomas Everett, Anctioiucr, Wailuku,
Maui. JO.Si; DE 1'OXTE,
Honolulu, U. I., August 1L', IMM.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN
August 22, 1893.
Attack on tho Jury.
Pcandiil In the Station Hon-o,
A Quarter's Kinauces.
Honolulu Police Department by C.
Notes on the Pasting Show by Ob-
En., Etc., Etc., Etc,
l-'nll lt( i orts of Oases on Trial.
E llloi Johnstone's Trial fur Jllicl,
piio vmoxa i. lixiula ruur.-
Report of fcoslon 1. 0. Councils.
Si'OKY (tV K001.AWS DCl'.D:
As Told by Two ICilalau Lepers.
l.iei ftpdl Jack's Liberty.
Explosion al the Palace,
l.ocil .fia and Gossip,
bhippmg Repurts, Lie, Etc., Etc,
YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION :
Homo $4. . Foroien $5.
JL tia'loiw ltt'i'liiti
Ioih Rcglbttir, Hiihsian-
tip ft 1
Mini)' mini in uan nun i eiuir, V
CoiHH-r and Connor Fn tuni d. -s.
it. .11.. I t. .V . ' ...
K'jr prlc mill iiarliiMlhirp apply
"! II TIII'M H l VVIPH fc I'O
60 vir n mntifj,
Hawaiian Barflware Co., L'i
Saturday, Aug. SG, 1893.
It is said that the delay of
tho "Monowai's" arrival was
caused by her running so fast
a part of the journey' that her
copper sheathing got hot and
they had to stop in midocean
to give her a chance to cool
off. Whether this is so or not
we cannot say but we do know
that the "Multum-in-Parvo"
Charcoal Iron is the most con
venient article to be found for
the laundry. Just fancy doing
your own fluting without the
expense of a regular machine
for the purpose. These are
servicable, and pretty enough
to use as bric-a-brac in your
parlor if you do not like flut
ing. We call the attention of the
public to a Basting Pan in
which the meat is basted auto
matically, so to speak, that is
to say that your meat during
the process of cooking is
thoroughly basted without
your having to do it yourself.
Verily it is the cook's friend.
We have them in ordinary
sheet iron and white enamel
ware. They're a good thing
and not expensive.
If you sometime want to do
some fine baking and can't be
cause the mesh in the seive is
too large it is painfully evi
dent that you need a hair
seive. We have them suited
to 'our Wishes.
! We understand now that our
statement that horned toads
were to be imported to kill the
,, ,. , r M-i
bl,gllt was premature. I he
; toads will be imported provided
wash has thus far proven the
most beneficial to the trees and
plants. The Lewis Spray
Pump is the best for properly
distributing the liquid and we
sell the most approved styles.
In selecting a Sewing Ma
chine care should be taken
that the stitch is strong and
the machine simple enough to
make the running of it a plea
sure rather than hard work.
For years the Singer Manu
facturing Co. has enjoyed the
reputation of turning out the
most substantial and most ser
vicable machines in the United
States. The tension of their
machines is so arranged that i
the operator can go from lace
to sole leather without having
to finger a half dozen screws.
The ''New York Favorite" is
a machine built by the original
Singer Manufacturing Co., at
their extensive works in New
Jersey and upon identical lines
as the improved Singer. We
import them from the factory
in car load lots and are thus
enabled to sell them at prices
which knock all other sewing
machines in Honolulu "galley
west." Thirty or forty dollars
saved on any article is consi
derable; imagine, if you can,
what it is in the price of a
By the "Monowai" we re
ceived a very large invoice of
Ready Mixed Paints put up
expressly for use in this cli
mate. We have been careful
to select an assortment of
colors that will please the va
rious tastes to be found in
cosmopolitan Hawaii nei. The
manufacturers assure us that
in mixintr the colors "a little
1 bit of this and a liltle more of
1 that" have been added so that
1 the paints are of a much better
! quality than is usually sold
' here. It is our intention to
; keep these paints together
1 with our usual assortment of
i unmixed colors always in
stock. So that persons desir-
( ing to paint all or any part of
their house may be accommo-
I dated. Paint Brushes galore
may be found with us. Color
cards mailed to any part of
the group upon application.
From the numerous orders
we have received it is quite
plain that plantation managers
i have not forgotten that we
keep in stock the largest sup
ply of '"'Helvetia" Belting in
Hawaiian Hardware Co., L'd
Opposite BprfokuU' Woo.,
807 FOKT STREET.
Corner Fort Se
I AM NOW
WHITE v. GOODS !
Figured Swisses, fast colors; at 15c.
Fancy Sateens at 15c.
Figured Challies at 1 5c.
Victoria Lawn at 65c. Piece.
JEu xi JrC X-i X CJ xi ,
Corner Fort and Hotel Sts., .... Honolulu, H. I.
aar 'WE SHUnTD OXJT "a
WE HAVE RECEIVED A FRESH COSSIGX3IENT, COXSISTISO OF
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FOR SALE BY THE
PACKAGE, DOZEN OR CASE
HOLLISTER & CO.,
B8S "Port Street. - FTonoHiHa. H. X.
ew Summer Neckwear
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
100 Doz. Four-in-Hands
"Wortli 75 Cents.
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