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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
FROM AND AFTRR JUNK 1, 1893.
To Kwa Mill.
Leavo Pearl City
Arrive Kwa Mill
o. u. n.
AM AM P M
Leave Ewa Mill g':21 10:43 3:43
Leave Pearl Olty 0:55 11:15 4:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55 4:65
C. Sundays executed.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tides, Bun and Moon.
BY c. i. LTONB.
Haw selir J 0 North, from 8 F (or Malm-
konn, duo Sept 2"
Haw bk Andrew Welch, from San Fran-
olsco, due Sept 20
Am schr Allen A, from Eureka, duo Oct 1
Ger bk J O PfliiRcr, from Dromon, now due
s SP SI
a.m. n.m.'n.m. n.m,
0 43 11 0 1 15 0 0
10 45 12 0 4 35 I) 35
11 47 .... 4 15) 7 25
1 0 1 10 B 60, 7 50
1 50 2 in 7 20 8 20
2 40 2 35 8 20 !l 0
8 3 15 3 01 it IB, 9 30
1 I I I
5 4U 11 AS
5 13 ...
3 45 1 5
5 53 '5 42, 3 57
5 54 5 41 4 54
Last quaiter of the moon on the 2d at 41i.
Time Whistle blows at 111. 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, whlcli Is the same as 121i.0m.
0s. of Greenwich time.
Oapt. Peterson of tlio Ilrltish bark
oxpeuts to leavo for Tnuoma In the
part of the wook.
Tho American shin Topgallant Is
pocted to finish unloading her lnni
Wednesday afternoon next.'
Tho barkontlne Irnicard was taking
sugar from the Waialoalo to-day. Captain
Schmidt expects to lenvo for the Coast to
morning at II o'clock.
The .laponoso steamer Alkoku Maru Is
still discharging coal at the now Fort
street wharf, Bho may not bo able to leave
for Yokohama before Wednesday next.
The stoamer Polo arrived from Maka
woli, Kauai, yostortlay with 1410 bags su
gar. This morning sho had them trans
ferred to tho barkentlno Discovery, and is
now moored at tho O. 11. it L. Cos wharf.
The fastest steam yacht In tho world Is
named tho Fclsson, owned by Mr. Cogges
woll, a manufacturer of Syracuso, Now
York. Tho yacht recently made a run of
thlrty-ono and a fraction miles an hour.
Tho British bark County of Merioneth,
which on arrival moored at tho I1. M. S. S.
Co.'s wharf, loft her berth temporarily last
Saturday afternoon to make room for the
steamship Miowora, which is hourly ex
pected from the Colonies. The County
of Merioneth is now alongside the Clau
IOSUPA At Kawaiahao, Honolulu, Sep-
tomhor 30, 1KIM, to tho wife or J
Iosepa, a son.
Flno Time Feasting and Dancing on
tho Island of Mololtai.
LriBt Wodnosday, Sopt. 27, a very
onjoyablo party was givon at tho
rosidonco of Cant. Chas. Dudoit. at
Moauui, Molokaf, tho occasion being
tho birthday of Lucy Loilohua
Sponcor, tho ono-yoar-old daughtor
of Mr. Jno. Sponcor, a former rosi
dont of this city.
Shortly aftor noon about 150 poo
plo sat down to partako of tho
sumptuous feast, which was prepared
in tho Hawaiian inannor which can
not bo ozcollod. Tho tables fairly
groaned under tlio weight of an ela
borate display of oatablos, and tho
guosts only roso aftor full justice
had been uono to tho foat.
Aftor tho luau daucintr, sinRinpr
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1893.
Saturday, Sept. 30.
Haw sloop Kahaku from Hilo
SlIMUY, Oct. 1.
Stmr Clandinc from Maui and Hawaii
Stmr 0 H Bishop from Kauai
Stmr James Makee from Kapaa, Kauai
Stmr Iwalani from Kauai
Stmr Pelo from Mnkaweli, Kauai
Saturday, Sopt. 30.
Haw 4-masted schr Americana, Foster, for
St N'nzuire, France
Monday", Oct. 2.
Strai Mokolii for Kuunukakai, Kamalo,
Pukoo, Halawa. Wailau, Peleknnu,
Kalaupapa, Lahaina, Olowalu and
Lanai at 5 p m
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
Vessels Leaving: To-morrow.
Am1 bktne Irmgard, Schmidt, for San
.Stmr Kiuau for Lahaina, Maalaea, Make-
na, Mahukona, Kawaihac, Laupahoe-
hoe, Hakalau, Honomu, l'ohakunianu,
Pepeekeo, Onomea, Papaikou and Hilo
at 2 p m
Stmr Claadine for Knhului, Keanae, Hana,
Hamoa, Kipahulu, Paauhau and Ku-
Stmr Iwalani for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleeie,
Makaweli.Wairaea and Kekaha at 5 pm
Stmr James Makee for Kapaa at 4 p in
Stmr Waialealo for Nawiliwili and Hana-
maulu, Kilauea, Kalihiwai and Hana-
lei at 5 p m
Stmr Kaala for Wnianae, Waialua, Moku-
leia, Kahuku and Punaluu at !) a m
LOCAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Scottish Thistle Club meets
this ovoning as usual.
Tho P. G. band will play at Emma
Square this ovening.
The sidewalks on Kukui street aro
being repaired by the Road Board.
Patrons of the Beaver Saloon wore
treated yesterday to savory venison.
Tho Pioneer Building and Loan
Association will moot this ovoning.
Native Fans and Island Curios in
great variety at the Elite Ice Cream
Tho C. A. S. S. Miowera from tho
Colonies has not boon telephoned as
the Bulletin goes to press.
A Chinese vagrant was sentenced
to twenty-four hours at hard labor
by Judge Robertson to-day.
Complaints have been made of tho
illicit selling of liquor, supposed to
be wine, in the Portuguese colony.
An addition to the steamer Clau
diue's wharf, on tho Waikiki side, is
Tho Unknowns defeated the Pla
nets by a score of 12 to 8 on Satur
day afternoon, after a rattling good
Stamped linen goods are to be
sold at greatly reduced prices for
two weeks at the store of N. S.
No lepers are to be sent to Molo
kai by the Mokolii this evening,
notwithstanding tho Advertiser's
An elderly Portuguese vagrant
died in the Portuguese colony yes
terday morning and was buried in
dulged in by the young poople pros
ont, among whom woro a few of
Honolulu's jolly young ladies and
gontlomen. Tho Halawa string band,
under tho leadership of Mr. H. Van
Giesen, was in attendance, and fur
nished excellent music to tho danco,
groatly to tho dolight of tho dance
loving peoplo among tho guosts.
Dancing was kept up to a lato hour,
when all retired wishing long life and
happiness to the young miss whose
first annivorsary was thus eujoyably
and auspiciously celebrated.
Among those present wero noticed
Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Dudoit, Mr. and
Mrs. Jno. Spencer. Misses Lucy and
Blancho Dudoit, Eva Fernandez and
Hattie Pun; Messrs. Paehaole, Naka
loka, H. Van Giesen, N. Fernandez,
Capt. McGregor and others.
OLD ROBERT BROWN DEAD.
Rich Red Blood
Results from taking Hood's
Leads the Way
Mr. Cham. Walker
Of Ban Francisco.
"For several years I have been troubled with
blotches and pimples on my faco and body,
which were very annoylnir. 1 tried several pre
scriptions, and also other mo.llclnci, but tlioy
Hood's ss Cures
did not seem to benefit me. Iist fall a friend
advised me to try Hood's Hamparllla, I was
determined to clvo It
A Thorough Trial.
After using two bottles, my skin returned to Its
natural state. 1 still use It, as It elves mo
strenirth and vlnor. I never had better health
In my life, and 1 oho It ta Liking HooU'i Sana-
FOR TWO WEEKS!
T , .... W. . ...1.1.
111,.. jiinzit .. .ai.i.ci. nun ui
, 48 Eighth Streot, Kan Francisco.
parllla." chas. walkeu, with Carvlll lug.
Cargoes from Island. Ports.
Stmr Claudine 3200 bags sugar, 100 bagi
taro, 501 bags potatoes, 175 bags corn,
48 pigs, 50 head cattle, 1 horse, 30
hides and 75 rikgs sundries.
Stmr C. It. Bishop 00 bags rice, 40 tuns
old Iron and 14 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Iwalani 150 sheep, 270 goat skins.
192 bbls molasses, 15 hides, ti horses and
70 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Pele 1440 bags sugar.
Stmr Walaleale 3113 bags sugar, 30 bbU
molasses and 25 pkgs sundries.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwalani, Oct 1
Aug Dreier. Jliss M Makananl, Miss Lov
oll, Mrs Bumbergor, M Schwalb and 51
From Hawaii and Maui per stmr Clan
dine, Oct 1 W H Cornwcll, Mrs T J Mc
Laughlin and child, A IS Scrlmgeour, Miss
Mary Green, C B Kinley. 0 N llose. V V
Ashtord. Mis Kahuuanul, .1 K lllioads. I.
Morris, Cant L A Andrews, wife and child
and 32 deck.
-From Hamakua, per stmr AVululeale.
Sept SO W D Hamilton and 4 deck.
Vessels in Port.
U S 8 Philadelphia, Barker, from C'ulluo,
UBS Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
Jap S S Aikoku Maru, from Yokohama
Am bktne Discovery, Christiansen, from
Br schr Norma, Macquarrie, from Yoko
hama Brit bk Darra, Peterson, from Newcastle,
Am bkt W II DImond, from San Francisco
Aui bkt S G Wilder, from San Francisco
Am slrlp Topgallant, from Port Ulukely
Am bk Detroit, from Nnnnimo
Haw bk Mauna Ala, from San Kninci.-co
Br ship Co. of Merioneth, from N S W
Gr bk Paul Isenberg, Blot, from Liverpool
Bktne Planter. Dow, from San Fruncisco
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from Han Francisco
A mooting of tho board of man
agement of the Healani boat club
will be held at the Hawaiian Hotel
Sugar wouldn't melt in the mouths
of Messrs. Hatch and Croighton to
day, otherwise thero would be noth
ing left of tho 1306 bags sugar in admiralty.
Thpre was a leper walking about
Pearl City yesterday, and no attempt
was made to arrest him. He was also
seen there this morning. The lopor
was not armed.
Throe naval bluejackets pum
meled a foreigner unmercifully in
the vicinity of tho merry-go-round
on Saturday evening. Bystanders
aided tho man to escape.
Martin Joyce, who has been at the
head of Hon. W. H. Rickard's racing
establishment for tho past season,
leaves for Japan this week to repre
sent tho Wine Hill Winery Co. of
Foreign Vessels Expected.
O & A S S Miowera, from Sjdney and Bris
bane, due Out 2
OSS Australia, Houdlette, from Sun Fran
cisco, due Oct 7
S 8 Miike Muru, Thompson, fioni Yoko
hama, duo Oct 22
O tfc O S S Oceanic, Smith, from Sun Frun
cisco, due Oct 10.
B S Monowui. Carey, from the Colonies,
duo Oct. 10.
8 8 Mariposa, Hayward, from Han Fran-
uisuo, due Oct 20
H S China, Ward, from Hongkong and
8 8 Miowera, from Vaiuouvor, duo Oct 21
S B Warrlmoo, from the Colonies, duo
Am schr Kohurt Lowers, from Port Gam
ble, due Oct (I
Am bgt J D Sprcckels, from 8 F for Kahn
lul, due Aug 20
Am bk Harvester, from H F Hilo, dun Aug
Am bk Murtlm Davis, from Boston, due
Am bgt Consuelo, from Sun I'luucikco for
Kuliulul, Aug 5
Am suhrTrunsIt, Ironi Sun I'ranolhi'o, iluo
Urslilp Villnttu, from Liverpool, due Jul)
Her bk NautllUk from LlvuriKJul. due Deo
Persons wishing auything in the
wrought iron line, such as doors,
fences, and artistic grave fences,
ought to consult with Mr. A. Gaouen,
Union street, noarly opposite tho
The Woman's Board of Missions
will meet to-morrow (Tuesday) in
the vestry of Central Union Church
at 2:80 p. m. An interesting paper
on kindergarten work will be read
by Mrs. U. Thompson. A cordial
invitation is extended to all Indies
interested in mission work.
A German Bailor, off one of tho
merchantmen in port, hold tho fort
on tho King street bridge for a
while yesterday afternoon. Tho
sailor was under tho weather and
started in to clean up Chinatown,
when a Portuguese ollicer came
along and escorted tho obstreperous
tar to the station.
Messrs. W. G. Irwin & Co., L'd,
recoivod a cablegram by tlio Ala
meda's mail, dated Tokio, Sept. 22d,
stating that tho Miike Maru was to
leave on the iltii October with Jap
anese immigrants for this placo.
Tlio return of tho Miike Maru to
Yokohama will bo found duly adver
tised iu another column.
Tho marriago of Miss Maud Hat-
fiold to Mr. Henry Burohinoyor, of
Prhicovillo plantation, Hanaloi,
Kauai, is aunouncod for Thurs
day, tho 12th instant. Miss
Hatfield was formerly Bchool teacher
in that district, her placo being now
taken by her sister, Miss Emma Hat
field, formurly of liana, Maui.
Mr. A, Wninnnbtf, publisher of
tho first Japanoso newspaper over
iirintod in this country, returns to
Ii'ih homo iu Yokohama on the S. S,
Aikoku .Maru after an absence of
hovon years. The publication was
foriiiorly tlio Jnpauoso Weekly, but
is now known aBtho Hawaiian Shim
bun. Mr. Wntanabo will roturu to
tho isluuda about uoxt spriug.
Ho Once Saved the Presont Attornoy
Robert Brown died yesterday
morning at tho Queen's Hospital.
Ho was an old landmark, having
boon, it is said, the oldest foreign
resident barring Mr. H. A. Wide
manu and John Cook the carpenter.
His arrival dates back to the thirties,
and he was by trade a blacksmith.
Many years ago Brown was manag
ing the Koloa plantation on Kauai.
One day while there he was in the
blacksmith shop, when a runaway
came clattering along tno road.
Brown rushed out and stopped the
horse's dangerous career. The occu
pants of tho carriage woro Mrs. J.
W. Smith and two of hor children
the presont Attorney-General, Mr.
W. O. Smith, and his sister, now
Mrs. A; S. Hartwell. Thoy always
attributed the saving of thoir lives
on that occasion to Mr. Brown.
Mr. Brown had lived for tho past
few years, in a sort of secluded way,
in the District of Koolaupoko, isl
and of Oahu. He was an invalid
the last year of his life. Ono of his
last requests was that he should be
buried on his own homestead. In
obedience to this request his old
friend, Mr. Cook above-named, took
charge of tho body and had it trans
ported over the Pali yesterday. Mr.
Brown left his estate, which is not
inconsiderable in real estate and
live stock, to Mr. Cook. The do
ceased was Scottish in nationality,
and must have been over 70 years of
ago. Ho was not married and loaves
no relatives in this country. ,
Sudden Death of a Child.
The fifth child of Captain R. Par
ker died on Saturday evening at the
age of five years and eight months, of
convulsions. The lad survived an
attack of brain fever two weeks after
birth and was getting along splen
didly, when he suddenly expired.
Dr. Miner stated to the father, who
was very fond of the boy, that if he
lived over sir years he would be all
right. He was dumb up to death,
and began to walk only two years
ago. Tho funeral took place yesterday.
Reception on the Philadelphia.
There was a large attendance on
Saturday at the initial rocoption of
tho series on board the United States
flagship Philadelphia. Major J. H.
Wodahouse, British Minister; Senhor
do Souza Canavarro, Pertuguose
Charge d'Affairos; Mr. Fujii, Jap
anese Chargo d'Affairos, and Mons.
Vizzavona, French Commissioner
constituting the entire diplomatic
corps were present. Guosts were
transported between shore aud ship
in tho flagship's barges aud steam
launches. The society folk had a
good timo dancing on board.
Hood'8 Pills aro the best after-dinner
,PUls, assist digestion, cure hoadocbe. 2Cc
HOBBON, NEWMAN & CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
For Yokohama Direct!
The Nippon Yuscn Kulsha's Al Steamer
i due here about October 22nd, and will
leave for the above port on
Monday, Oct. 30, 1893
For further particulars reiwrdini:
Freight or Passage, apply to
WM. G-. IRWIN & CO., ITD
Agents Nippon Yusen Kaisha.
Building and Loan Association,
inir will be held at the Chamber of
Commerce on MONDAY EVENING, Oct.
1893, at 7:30 o'clock.
GB Payments are required iu Gold.
' JOHN G. HOTHWELL,
843-2t - Secretary.
Report of the Foreman Painter,
Southern Pacific Co,
Tanckkd, July 21, 189&
W. S. PALMKK, Esq., Engineer of Dls
j trlct No. 1, So. Pacific Co.
1 Dtar Sir:
I find lltat the oil requires much leu pig'
ment than liimctl to make a paint of the re-
? untie covering and spreading qualities. 100
bs. of white lead will take no more than 4
to A gals, ot linseed, while In my priming
coat, 1 get oven better results with 9 to lu
gallons of Lucol, and In my second coat
with 7 to 8 gallons of Lueof to 100 lbs. of
lend. This means a very material saving
(from one-third to one-half) in the amount
of pigment necessary to cover a given sur
face. lu my roof color 1 used less than 100 lbs.
of "car paint" (Princes Metallic ground In
oil) where u roof of this size has always re
quired '200 lbs. of car paint with linseed oil.
I mixed my roof color with 18 gallons of
Lucol to tho 100 lbs. of pigment and got a
better body of color than 1 ever got with
lexs than one-half thut number of gallons
of linseed. I give you simply the facts but
I cannot understand or explain them.
The drying qualities of the new oil are
perfect. The priming coat with white lead,
dried strong and hard inside of 24 hours.
Tho first coat for sand took the sand freely,
firmly and In larger quantity than linseed
and dried hard inside of 21 hours. The
second coat of body color and trimming
dried thoroughly without tack inside of 24
hours. It covered perfectly and dried with
a tine smooth surface entirely free from
wrinkles and blisters, and bore out remark
ably well so as to develop a line lustru, giv
ing much better looking results than I
have ever gotten with two coats of linseed
on new wood. The car paint spread on the
roof was mixed with raw Lucol and dried
perfectly in 21 hours. Notwithstanding
that only one-half the usual amount of
color was used, the paint covered perfectly
and did not run. The second eoat of sand
tilled up solidly, taking up a larger quan
tity of sand more evenly than 1 have ever
gotten on to linseed.
The Lucol has effected a saving of 215
lbs. of pigment or nearly one-third of the
amount usually required for a building of
With respect to the general appearance
of the finished work, I must confess that 1
never saw its equal in two coat work with
linseed, and if the oil wears as well at
Tailored as it has worn with the Master
i Car Painter, Mr. Fituh, at Sacramento,
there can he no quolion alio in the bUl'lv
UIOKITY of l.ucol icr linseed, eien at the
ame price per gallon, in ECONOMY, GOOD
LOOKS imrf fii DURABILITY.
SignedJ W. ft. MELLUS,
I'oretnan Painter, Southern Pacific Co.
N. S. SACHS'
S30 lort Street, Honolulu.
STAMPED LINEN GOODS!
Stumped Tray Covors, Stamped Table sets,
Stamped Toilet sets, Stamped Sideboard Scarfs,
otamped Uoyleis, btamped Jjiumdry nags,
Stamped Travelling bags, Stamped Shoe bag".
-:- Elegant Embroidered Toilet Sets -:-
The above Goods will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY.
Doors, Fences, Balconies and
Artistic Grave Fences
Made to order of Wrought Iron, by
At Sterling's Painting Shop, Union Street.
FOK, SALE !
Robinson Block, Hotol Street, oppo. Bothel Street.
Furniture, Upholster j s Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN EXTENSIVE ASKOItTMKNT OK
Etc, Etc, Etc.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
Ono copy each of the Daily IIiim.kiin of
the following datei:
February 3, 1i2. January it, 18'tf,
November U, 18i, January -'!, lb 3.
Good price will be paid. Apply IIui.lkiin
THE FINE JAPANESE 8TEAMEH
Will leave Honoluln for the above Port
on or about
MONDAY, OCT. 2, 1893.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HANI) OK DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotol Street, oppo. Bethel Street
HEM, TELEPHONE 525.
MUTUAL TELEPHONE (H5.
7 5 JPRT STREET 7 5
For further particulars reirnnlinir
Passage and Freight, apply to
Z. OG-TJRA & CO.,
810 td Hnfc-1 St.. tlnhlnsnn Bloek.
Near Hotel Street.
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
Mr. J. F. Colburn pavo a party to
two of his relatives who arrived from
the Coast by the Alamoda on Fri
day, at his Pearl City residence yes
terday. A few friends went down
by train in the morning, accompa
nied by tlio Hawaiian National band.
The band played during the luau,
and the whole party returned to
town by the afternoon train. Tho
original motive of the feast was tho
celebration of Mr. Colburn's birth
An International Question.
Richard Stone was again remand
ed in the District Court this morn
ing to soino future date. V. V. Ash
ford, counsel for Stone, haB raisod
the point that tho polieo officials
had no right to arrest Stono on an
American vessel, and the arrival of
tlio now U. S. Minister will bo
awaited on that score. Stone has
been in the Police Station twonty
four days awaiting trial for breaking
away from a prison gang.
Tho P. G. band will play the fol
lowing program this oveuing at
Emilia Srjitnro at 7:30 ('clock:
March Pro Putrin ami Gloria . .. Oappa
OvertureItalian lu Alglur . Kosblni
Kuntuxln Ormlnn Pet too
Selei'liun-lloiu of ('imllllo .. Hulfe
lU'iulnUiTiii'c. of Oil'uiibach
Faiiiusla On the MlllMrtuiiu
Waltz Artist Life
HAS JL'ST DECEIVED IIY I.ATE ARRIVALS
Direct from China! Finest Mountain Quality ! Superior to Any
thing Ever Sold iu Honolulu'
Camphor Trunk Fitted ivilh J'alent Dehclivr Lwhx,
Latent Styles Chinese Jiamboo Chairs and Lounies,
Itenutiful Patients Chinese Silk and Silk Handkerchiefs, Kir.
High Glass Tailoring in All Its Branches!
Always on hand n Choice AHsortinnut of Caidiiiicrey, Tweedu, Etc., lite.
- Low Frioee and O-ood Fit CJuaranteed
I .itlntiKli.uL Car.
LOVEITOY &, CO.
No. 19 Nuuanu Street, "Foster Block."
IMPORTERS AND SOLE AGENTS
FOK THE SALi: OK
C. Carpy & Co.'s Very Superior California Wines,
From "L'nrle Sum" Wine Cellars, Ntijui Cilji.
Fredericksburg Brewing Co.'s Export Lager Beer,
Sun .lose, Cal., I', S. A,
Ballemand & Co.'s Cream- Pure Rye Whisky,
Amtrivu's Fimsl I'rodiu'tiun, Itivh aud Mellow,
Spruance, Stanley & Co.'s "0. P. T." Bourbon Whisky,
Uniform and Jit liable.
Scott & Gilbert's "Sassafras" Sour,"
Tlie I'rincf of Summer Drinks,
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THK FAMOUS STOKE OF
IB- IF EHLERS Sso OO.
SOS & 511 FORT STK.E3H1T.
Canton Wash FeiTorios !
A haudHiinie Cotton Fabric , New Sl lev thin ea:on; the clients ure fau-Hlinilea of ( hiim
Silks to set- ilium means to appreciate them.
Bilk tlnlnh just out; real French rictiliin are the finest and the crate ol the eeauoii.
as.slim.ere Sublimes SO Cents "X"a.rcA I
One of tbe IiiiikIhoiikihI Wash M medals this heanou entirely new and
for the price has no equal.
"Wiiite LaAArns axici IDlxnity I
In Plain, Striped and Cheeked In ureat variety.
C3T Dressmaking Under the Management oi MRS. RENNER.
The Daily Jiulletin U dtlivernl by
nirWr for Ml rwtfj pr mouth.
ThtMi (Hindu aro (luaraiilecd Tirol clant in every rcupeet and are
sale at Very Keusouahle Prlcen,
Mutual Tklkciionk IVU-
1'o.vr OmuK Box 1117
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
fW Fire rlkKin nil Lindnol Insurance Property taken at Current UUkN b
J. S. -VVTJEZEZEl,
"-'" Knt tor the Uwalln WUnJi,
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