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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KliOM AND A.FTKK JUNK 1. 181)3.
To Rwa Mill
Leave Honolulu 8:45 1:45
Leave l'carl City !):30 2:30
Arrlvu Kw Mill U:57 2:67
LenvoEvi-n .Mill ,11:21
Leave I'eurl Uity U:53
Arrive Honolulu 7:30
A. Pntunlays only.
(J. Sundays excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Xidos, Bun and Moon,
lit c. J. i.voss.
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Ume BR.n j n BiO
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'n.m. p.m. a.m. ii.ni.
Moil. 18 11 30 II 30, ,1 2C 0 00 5 48 0 0 ....
1'UflS. 1011 40 ....! 4 20 7 0 5 48, 5 5'J 0 10
p.m. a.m. p.m.'n.m,
Wed. 20 0 SO 0 20 7 20, 8 30 4S1 6 S3 1 2
Tlllira. 21; 1 25 1 0, 8 30 0 30 6 48 fi .17 2 0
Fit. ,22, 1 AS 1 DO U 0 7 10 fi 4!) 5 SB 2 SO
Mat. 23 t 10 2 30 0 20 8 0 5 40, 3 M 3 A3
Hun. 24 3 0 3 30. 9 30 9 0 fi 4Ui 0 fil 4 4'J
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho S. S, Mariposa will loavo for
San Francisco at 10 o'clock to-morrow
Mr. J, M. Dowsutl has a notice to
sportsmen regarding certain gatno
preserves in liwa.
Purser ThosTo. Smith of tho S. S.
Mariposa has tho thanks of tho Hux
letin for hows favors.
Matthow Kane, tho Kamehamoha
school dmlo, has boon appoiutoil
clerk at tho Police Station.
Tho annual mooting of thu Mutual
Tolophouo Company will bo hold on
Friday of noxt week at 10 o'clock.
Mr. Robt. Louis Stevenson and
Samoan servant woro passengers on
tho S. S. Mariposa to-day for Hono
lulu. Two Chinese opium smokers woro
arrested last night. Tho Flowery
Kingdom lads will porsist in using
Tho Firo Police will moot to-morrow
ovoning in Annexation Club
hall, which has houn kindly granted
for thoir uso.
Full moon on tho ttltli, at oh. B2m. u.m.
Tlmu Whiatlu blown at Hi. Jrtui. 31a. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which' Is the name as Mil. 0m.
03. of Ureenwleli time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 20, 1893.
Wedmmuay, Sept. 20.
OSS Mariposa, Hayward, from the Colo
nies Btmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Btmr J A Cummins from Kooluu
Sloop Waianao from Waianae
WeIiKKSIIAY, Sept. 20.
Bchr Kawuilanl for Koolau
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
OSS Mariposa, Hayward, for Ban Fran
oiuco at 10 a m
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Btmr Kinau 510 bags sugar, 12 bales wool,
12 bids poi, 230 Bags potatoes. 117 bugs
corn, 3 horses, 85 pigs, 86 bags bones,
200 pkgs sundries.
From the Colonies, per S S .Mariposa,
Sept 20 For Honolulu: liubt I.oui3 Ste
venson and servant, J Rhodes, Siitnl Mor
ris and 4 steerage, In transit: Major
Baxendalo, Dr I) H Orr, Mr and Mrs N D
Asteu, Mrund Mrs itoncrman, Mrand Mrs
Dunniutouii, Mr and Mrs McQueen, Mr and
Mrs Whipple, Mrs Capt Johnson and child,
Mrs G Spencer, Mrs Von Mylins, Miss
Bowcn, Miss L ISutchur, Miss Colverd,
Mibs Luck, Miss A Phillips, Misses Stewart
12). Balfour, Mr Blanntn. Mr Burck
hardt, Whyto Cooper, V A Kdwaids, Mr
Fasio, H Franks. A G Goold, Fyfe Jamie-
son, a 1' aioseley, F M Stewart, W H
Terry, Vernon Wilson, F B Woodham,
Lindsay lirowu, U 1' Uuc.-tton, Chas JJrydeu.
From Maui and Hawaii, per stmr Kinau,
Sept 20-P M Maher, H M How, Kev A V
Soares and wife, V R Sims, F M Swanzy,
Miss McGregor, Kobt Young, Miss L Dunn,
Miss K Johnson, Geo (trail, K S Yegi, Miss
Annie Hall, Miss Nellio Hall, Miss Jennie
Hall, Mrs Usorio and 2 children, MUs
Aklnn, T Keren, Mrs Dr J Wight, Miss
Wight, Win Fernandez, Saml Woods,
Percy Lishman, Mrs F L Stoltz, Mrs
Albrecht, Miss Fleming, Bam Widdefield,
Ah Leong, C F Horner and wife, and C.J
For Kauai, por stmr Iwahini, Sept I'J
Auk Dreier, U N Wilcox, W G Smith, M B
Fernandez, E A Hanson, A T Atkinson,
Mr Hogg, J P Dias, Mrs A M Sproull.
For Maui, per stmr Claudinu, Sept 10
Capt H Ahlboru, lit Kev Bishop of Pano
uofis, W Peterson, A Magee, T Wittrock,
Miss C L Turner, Mrs Hamaualau, Miss A
Mr. H. M. Dow, clerk to Marshal
Hitchcock, returned from a week's
vacation at Hilo by tho steamer Ki
nau this morning.
Mr. W. It. Sims, book-koopor in
Wildor's Steamship Co.'s ollico, ro
turtied from a short vacation on tho
steamer Kinau to-day.
Tickets for tho Glee Club's con
cert at tho Y. M. C. A. on Saturday
evening are procurable at the Ha
waiian Nows Co.'s store.
Notice is given by tho Circuit
Court to all executors, administra
tors, guardians and trustees, to file
their annual accounts without fur
Mr. A. T. Atkinson, Inspector
General of Schools, loft on the
stoatnor Iwalaui yesterday for a
tour of inspection of tho schools on
tho Garden Isle.
The only journal in tho Arctic cir
cle is the Eskimo Bullotin, publish
ed once a year by Mr. Thorntou, a
school teacher, at Capo Prince of
Walos, Alaska. It is printed by tho
Tho P. G. band will give a concert
at the Hawaiian Hotel this .evening,
for .the benefit of passengers by tho
S. S. Mariposa. The same band gave
a "wet" concert at Thomas Squaro
Mr. C. F. Hornur and wife of La
haiua arrived in town by tho steamer
Kinau this morning. Mr. nornor
comes to handle Lot Slocum's rib
bons in his race with tho mare Gers
tor at Kapiolaui Park on Saturday.
Captain Ahlboru, manager of the
Paaunau plantation, returned on
tho steamer Claudine yesterday. He
nail accompanied Airs. U. von Alon-
gersou and tho dead body of her
husband to Honolulu on the steamer
Waialeale to tho city two weeks
A report was circulated on Mon
day that the bulk of tho $.'!000 worth
of 2-cont rose Kalakaua stamps was
to bo shipped to the States. This
report is now said to have been
started only to raiso tho price in tho
Elsewhere appears tho program of
tho grand concert at Y. M. C. A.
hall Saturday evouiug, for tho bailo
ut ol tho Association library. An
ovoning of high-claus music is pro
mised which should draw a full
house apart from tho claims of tho
A reported washout on tho "Wai
kiki side of tho Kakaako seawall
directed our reporter's footsteps in
that direction this morning. Quito
a large opening is made in tho wall,
but the breakage seems to have been
dono by human hands rathor than
by the action of a tidal wave.
STRUCK A LADY DOWN.
Villainous Act of a Discharged
A few days ago a JapanoRo named
Yosliiinura was discharged from the
omplov of Mr. Thus. 11. Lucas. After
ho hatl loft, Mrs. Lucas missed sev
eral silvor spoons and sont a mossago
to Yosliiinura to call at tho resi
dence, Borotania stroot, this morn
ing. Whon Yosliiinura arrived Mrs.
Lucas mot him at tho door, and
quest ionod him about the spoons,
thinking perhaps that the Jap hail
mislaid thorn. Tho Jap got nngry
and said it was a lie; ho did not steal
the spoons. The Jap got tho idea
into his head that Mrs. Lucas was
accusing him or the thoft of the
silverware Whon tho woman noxt
spoko sho received a stinging blow
on tho loft sido of the face, a little
below tho temple. Mrs. Lucas fell
back stunned and lay on tho tablo
for some minutes.
Tho six-yoar old daughtor of Mrs.
Lucas saw tho Jap strike her mother
and sprang toward hor, whon tho
Jap lifted his hand a second timo and
slappod tho little thing on the right
sido of tho faro, knocking hor down.
Ho thou ran away,
Whon Mrs. Lucas recovered sho
telephoned down town to hor hus
band and told him what had occur
red. Ho iminodiatoly drove out. On
tho way ho saw tho Jap in a tramcar
coming into town. Mr. Lucas jump
ed into tho car and dragged tho Jap
out. Ho called an ollicer aud tho
Jap was escorted to tho Police Sta
tion. Captain Parker went out to tho
residence, and saw tho evidence of
tho man s blow on Airs. Lucas face.
MEASLES ON THE MARIPOSA.
Several Cases Contracted on tho
Voyage from Sydnoy.
Shortly after the arrival of the O.
S. S. Mafiposa from tho Colonies at
12:!W o'clock to-day, Mr. Fred. Whit
ney, on bohalf of the agouts; W. G.
Irwiu & Co., issued instructions not
to allow auyono on board. Many
wondered why tho order was given,
but they woro not kept in suspense
long. There wore s-everal cases of
measles on board. Ihrough the
courtesy of Mr. Whituo a Bulletin
reporter gained access on board.
Dr. W. A. Grovor, physician of the
steamer, was soon, and ho stated
that when tho Mariposa was leaving
Sydney an eight-year old girl named
Smyth was brought on board, suf
fering from a slight attack of
measles. Tho girl was accompanied
by her parents and family. Tho
girl improved, and four days after
leaving Sydney tho steamer arrived
at Auckland, whore tho Suivth
family landed. Tho girl then had
not fully recovered. On Sept. 1-1.
after leaving Auckland, a cao of
measles broke out in tho steerajjo,
tho patient being a six-year old girl
named O'Malla. On the loth a boy
and a girl named Craig were taken
down, but the boy soon recovered.
Miss Iluhvill contracted tho disease
yestorda evening. Tho sickness -is
all among the steerago passengers,
and there is no communication what
ever with tho cabin pasnengors. The
two youngsters are nearly well, but,
according to Dr. Grovor, Miss Hul
will is fooling uncomfortable to-day.
Commander Hayward has issued
instructions that none of the stoor
ago passengers bo allowed ashore.
Mre. A A. WHUama
For the Good of Others
Itev. Mr. Wllltant Heartily En
dorses rood's StirsatHivllla.
We are pleased to present tills from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbco
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. :
"I seo no reason why a clerirpnan, morothan
a layman, who knows whereof Uo speaks,
should hosltato to approvo un
Article of Morlt
and worlli, from which ho or liU family Jmvo
bocn signally benefited, and wIiomO comuiciuI.v
tlon may servo to extend tlioe benefit to
others by Increasing their confidence My wlfo
has for many years iioen a sulterer from sovoro
for which slio found littlo help. Sho has tried
mitiv lliiniri lli.it nromUeu well but ncr-
formed little. Last fall a filcnd gavo her a hot
tlo of Hood's fiurwiurilla. It seams surprls
tntr nhnt lmhlv nnn hnttlo ro'tht and old do
for her. The attacks of headaeha decreased In
number nnd were less violent in uieir mien.
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
Tanciikd, July 21, 1892.
Engineer of Dis
S. PALMER. Esq.
trict No. 1, So. Pacific Co,
Ijiml tlmtthc oil teqimet much pi''
vient (Viiiii tiiisctd tu ikiK ii iiiiinf of the re'
ytimff currrfiiu iii(f spremlimt tiunlities, 100
ios. oi wane lean win taxc uo un
to y, gnls. of linseed, while in in;
uo more titan 4
,lo I coat, I get oven better results with U to lo
gallons of hucol, and
with 7 ton gallons of
in my second coat
l.ucol to 100 lbs. of
slty, 1111110 her general health liai been lm- ( iL.aj, This means a very material saving
proved. Her appollto has also uecn Donor.
i roin our experience wun
I have uo hesitation In endorsing tt merits."
A. A. Williams.
HOOD'8 PH-L8 " the bot family cathartlo,
fentlo an J cffocllve. Try a box. PrlcoSSo
HODKOX, NEWMAN ,fc CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
MIE ABOVE KKWAKD W1U. BE
imid to anv one uivum information
that will lead to" the conviction of the two
persons who lately broke into the house of
Mr. W. Jas. Bnii'th, at Kaalawai, beyond
Diamond Head, and stole sundry things
therefrom, and who, more recently, also
broke Into his house at Makiki,takiugaway
canned provisions, etc.
For further particulars Impiire at this
Sept. 18, 1803. S.".''-4t
NOTITK IS HKKEI1V
given thntthe follow
ing described Animal will
he sold at Public Auction,
on SATURDAY. Sept. SO.
1S1I3, at 1:2 o'clock noon, at the (Jovcriummt
round at .Mnkikl:
1 bay horsu shod all round, four white
legs and white spot on back, branded
undcscribalde liiml right leg aud also on
right side of the neck.
gW Owner of the above Animal must
send in his claim within 10 dajs, other
wise it will be sold on the date above
named. JIM KUKONA,
Honolulu. Sept. 10, 1S!H. l.t-St
IN THK OIKOUIT COURT 01" THK
Kirst Circuit, Hawaiian Island-.--In
(from one-third to one-half) in the amount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
face. In my roof color I used less than 100 lbs.
of "car paint" ( Princes Metallic ground in
oil) where a roof of this size lias always re
quired '00 lbs. of car paint with linseed oil.
I mixed my roof color with 18 gallons of
l.ucol to the 100 lbs. of pigment and got a
better body of color than I ever got with
less than one-half that number of gallons
of ltiiseud. 1 give you simply the facts but
1 cannot understand or explain them.
The drying qualities of tho new oil are
perfect. The priming coat with white lead,
dried strong and hard inside of 'U hours.
Tho llrt coat for sand took the sand freely,
firmly and in larger quantity than linseed
nnd dried hard inside of 'i hours. Tho
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly ufthout tack Inside of '2
hours. It covered porfectly nnd dried with
a line smooth surface entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, nnd bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a tlno lustre, giv
ing niuch better looking results than 1
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. Tho car paint spread on the
roof was mixed with raw l.ucol and dried
perfectly in '21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half tho usual amount ot
color wns used, the paint covered perfectly
nnd did not run. The second coat of .sand
tilled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than I have ever
gotten on to linseed.
The l.ucol has effected n 'living of 'J15
lbs. of pigment or nearly otic-third ot the
amonut usually required for a building of
, this size.
With respect to the general apearance
of the finished work, I must confess that I
never saw its equal in two coat work with
linseed, and if the oil wears as well at
Tanercd as it lias worn with the Master
Car Painter, Mr. Fitch, at Sacramento,
there ran he nn question nlmiit the SUPE
RIORITY of I.ueot iner linxeett, enn at the
.-ame price tier gallon, in KCONOMY, GOOD
LOOKS if in DURABILITY.
SignedJ W. H. MKI.LUH,
i l'ureumn Painter, Southern Pacific Co.
For This Week Only !
N. S. SACHS'
ESO Fort Street, Honolulu.
Ready Made Ladies' Blouse Waists I
Just the Thing for Warm Weather.
Fino White Lawn Waists, rafllud front for $ 1
Colored Percale Waists, with belt for 1
Colored Lawn Waists, with belt for 1
Colored Lawn Waists, with belt and latest style rip
ple Cape for 2
Colored and black India Silk Waists, very Hue qual
ity for 6 50
S Above Prices are Positively FOR THIS WEEK ONLY !
Bankruptcy. In tho matt-r of the Kstato 11T1 I f inilTtlT 0 HA
?)an,kri?'i,lC,,h" "f " ' V ill J V K (R
Creditors of the said bankrupt are here- II illi vnJll 11 111 V.V JUm
by notified to come in and prove their '
The steamer Kinau arrived this morning
from Maui and Hawaii.
The steamer Claudine took with her last
evening one 8-foot vacuum pan complete
for the Hana Plantation. Tho pap was
cut by the Honolulu Iron Works.
An old-timer is tho harkeutine Fiemout,
which nrrivod at San Francisco this month
from the Okhotsk sea with a load of cod
fish, minus the foretopmast and yards ear
ried away In a gale. The Fremont wus
built at Philadelphia in I860.
The steamer Pele moved to the O. R. it
L. Co.'s wharf this morning to load coal
lor the Makaweli Plantation. About 1!."U
tons of coal will bo shipped by her, to
gether with u deck load of lumber. She is
expected to leave for Makaweli on Friday
The Bailors' Union of San Francisco have
reduced wages of sailors ! a month all
around, with the exception of coasting
steamers, where the reduction is confined
to overtime. On Honolulu vessels tin: rale
is reduced from $3.ri to $.'i0, aud for Austra
lia, Merico and Central America from :S0
The S. H. Mariposa, Hayward, comman
der, arrived in port shortly after uoou to
day, bringing with lier53 en, nidse., 10 lies,
timber, 1 c. books, II cs. piuotops and 111 c,
limes fur this port. Tho following Is the
memo, of voyage; Sailed from Sydney,
Sept. 4, at 5 p. m.; sailed from Auckland,
Sept. 0, at Ii p. m.; sailed from Apia, Sept
13, at 3 p. in, Purser Smith repoits smooth
weather and pleasant passage.
Antono Cloys, who was committed
for trial in tho District Court ou
Monday for criminal libel against
Walter H. Ferguson in the Adver
tiser, has been sent ovor to Oalitt
Prison, a as ho could not raise the
necessary bail of 50 for his release.
Cloys will have to live on P. G.
grub for over two months, as his
caso will come up in tho November
term of the Circuit Court.
The Iteeorvoira Dry.
As a heavy shower of rain foil lust
night it was thought probable that
the Nuuauu Valley reservoirs would
be full to overflowing, if not nearly
so. Un investigation this morning
it was found that there was only
two feet of water in No. 1, and none
whatever in either No. 2 or ,'), ll
further transpires that tlieie was uo
rain to apeak of up tho valley eit her
lust night or this morning,
For a lame back or for a pain iu
the side or chest, try saturating a
piece of flannel with Chnmburlaiii's
Pain Jialm and binding it onto tho
tlTocted partH. This treatment will
euro any ordinary caso in one or two
days. Pain lialin also cures rliimin
atibin. M) cent bottles for sale by
all dealers. Uoiihoii, Smith & Co,,
ttguuU for thu Hawaiian Inlands.
BIOT BY CHINAMJ3M.
A Whole Squad of Them ABsails Po
licemen With Working Tools.
Police Oflicers Stotie and Ilart,
accompanied by Ah Kwai, a Chinese
informer, uiado a raid on the rice
plantation adjoining Littlo Britain,
Pawaa, about uoou to-day. The olli
cors surprised a Chinaman enjoying
a smoke of opium. A Chinese wo-
mau was in the room at the time.
The policemen began gathering
up the Smoking paraphernalia,
and found, at (he same time,
a tin of Hongkong opium
three quarters full and a sus
picioufc looking trunk. While tho
ollicers were busy a gang of Chinese
field hands broke into the house
with pitchforks, hoes, shovels, etc.,
aud drove the three men- who had
no weapons whatever out of the
house. The ChiuoMi informer, Ah
Kwai, wan not quick enough, how
ever, anil he was struck ovor the
head and body with a hoe. A gjish
was inflicted ou his head from which
blood (lowed fieely. The informer
finally escaped and got out ou the
road, and tho ollicers made an ollbrt
to get back and secure the opium.
The .Mongolians drove them away at
the point of their pitchforks. Oil!
cer llart jumped ou a car and drove
to the Station, and later four police
ollicers under Captain Parker wont
out to tho scene, "The smoking out
fit aud opium had disappeared, but
the suspicious looking trunk wits
found hiukou open, aud miiuib of
contents. The Chinese were wink
ing in tint Held. They were sum
moned and lifteeu of tliem were
marched to tho Police Station.
There tliey woro charged with as
mult aud battery, bail $100 each.
MADE JOLLY AT SEA.
Tho Cabin Passengers on the Mari
posa Amuse Themselves.
A series of sports for both lading
and gent lemon was given on board
tho S. S. Mariposa yesterday at sea.
The following is a list of the events
aud tho respective winners:
LadiesQuoits, won by Miss Link;
billiards, Mrs. Deunist on; pogquoits,
Mrs. Colverol; bean bag, Miss Slew
art; tug-of-war, Mrs. Denniston's
sido; needle threading, Miss Stew
art; chalking pig's eye, MKs Link.
Gentlemen Potato race, won by
Dr. Orr; wheelbarrow, Brown and
Dr. Orr; tug-of-war, 11. Frank's side;
obstacle race, V. Wilson; sack race,
Mr. Blaunon; Hat race, Dr. Orr;
three-legged race, II. Pranks and
Dr. Orr; cock lighting, Mr. Blaunon;
quoits, H. Franks; billiards, 11. P.
.Mosoloy; peg quoits, .Mr, iiluniieii.
The amusement committee, to
whom is credited the success of tho
entertainment, consisted of (he fol
lowing gentlemen: F. M. Stewart,
chairman; Pur.-or T. C. Smith, treas
urer; llarr- Franks, lion, secretary;
W. D. A -it eu, Whyte, Cooper and
Posted up iu the social hall are
illustrations of the "high jiuks" tho
cabin passengers indulged iu ou the
Now Mail Arrangomonto.
A Victoria despatch of Sept. 8th,
iu noticing the arrival of the steamer
Warrinioo, says: Among her pas
sengers was Secretary Hot h well of
the Postollice Department of Hono
lulu, who, while in Seattle, will eu
di'avor to secure the transmission of
the mails from the Sound by the now
line whenever they can thus reach
Honolulu quickor than by the Sau
debts before such Judge of the Circuit
Court of the First Circuit as shall bo sit- '
ting at Chambers, at Honolulu, on F'ltl
DAY, the -JJinl day of r-eptemher, l.s'JIi,
between the liours'of ten o'clock in the i
forenoon and noon of the said day, and
elect an Assignee or Assignees, of tho said
By the Court: !
KiO-lit Deputy Clerk.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
Ribbons, Laces, Embroidery,
Ginghams, Swisses, Lawns,
Wool Dress Goods,
Plain & Figured Silks,
THURSDAY, AUSUST 3, 1893.
W F TNl T iUM N "il! Mtva nan aqna bvm
7 5 TotJLstkTehit ;75
MIK WKKkLY BULLKTIN-iS OOL-
umiiH of Interesting Heading Matter
.1, a. .,.n. ..i i. i..,: ... .,ri.;ra n
TO THE PUBLIC!
LOOK OUT FOR A GRAND MERCHANDISE
CLEARANCE SALE WIUCII WILL COMMENCE
ON SATURDAY NEXT.
Robinson Block, Hotel Stroet, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN KXTKNMVK ASCOUTM KNT OK
EVERYTHING MUST GO.
J. HOPP &, CO.
Beautiful - Articles - in - Antique - Oak
Etc, Etc., Etc.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO BKCOXIMIAND OK DAMAOKlt GOODS KBIT ON HANI)
OltDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Stroet
HUM, TKI.BI'HONR Sil. -a - MUTUAL TKI.Kl'HONK (Ma.
School Children Examination.
Tim Govoriiiiiont ilispoiiKiiry is !
ormuli'd with school uliildrou ovury I
day. Tho yoitnyrtKir.s go to ho ox-
Hinininl for a i-ortilii-nto of good
hoallh, hoforo lining allowed lo at
tond school. Dr. Androw.s, a mum-
hor of tho Uourdof lloalth, statod lo ;
ayoungstor yosturday that hn would
Iiiivi to bo vai'cinati.'d, hoforo ho
would givo a health uuriifiuato. As
tho Kiroutfi did not huliovu in vacci
nation, tho child was sent to tho
dUpttnsary on tho advice of tho
lonelier. Tho lad rocoiuid his corti
iicato. .lack was fuu'd .fill iu the District
Court to-day for using profane lan
guage on Sunday last .
"liatliing without lavalava" is oim
of thu ulToucos appearing ahiio.it
daily iu the police court reports of
tho Stuuoun papors.
MffWvJttJ l'-' TtiTr'' jC2Zn,I -
('ii.uiiH. i:n, r.t-.
AT THE FAMOUS tJTOKH OK
IB. IB1. BHLBRS Sc CO-
BOS S: 511 FORT STK.H13H1T.
Canton Wash FslToxIos !
A liniulhiiiiiH C-Dttdii Kiilirii'
NOW bllll'S tllil- Dl-aitm: till) I'lI'l-UtS Uni fHOilnlilfi ul l.llinn
lii M'.i tlium nu'iiusi to niiiirci'liitc tliuiu.
Splendid Line of Rattan and Reed Furniture
COKNICB I'OI.BS IN WOOD OK UltAhH .MOl'NTINllH.
ElegarLt " TJplxolstery
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