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Dm. or Uieounluli tlmo.
m DAILY JOLLBTIN.
Saturday, oct. w, law.
S1XIIIIY, Oct. II
Stmr .Mokolii fiom Mntii, Lniitil .mil lloln-
Stmr Junius Mukec from Ivuuiii
Stmr J A Uiinimins fiom Kooliui
btinr Kiinlu fiom Wainnao
Swmuiw, Oct. 1 1.
Si'hr Liliu, Hitchliuld, for tlio South Sen
Vessels Leaving Monday.
Stun Mokolii, for KauiuiUukui, ICnumlo,
Pukoo, Huluuu, Wiiiluu. L'ulckunu,
Kaluupaiin, Lahninn, Olounm 11111I
- Lanui ut 5 p 111
Cargoes from Island Ports.
Stmr. las Mnkee 2JU0 b.igs paddv, .ls lias,
nuo and 71 pkg iiinurios.
Stmr Mokolii S calves, .() pig-, and 10 lidN
Fiom Knuui, per stmr Jus MuKee, Oel 1 1
Mr Hru.sL'h and about 7 di uk.
From Molokai, per stmr Mokolii, Out 1 1
Mrs J) v pun, MNs II I'ua, M11- Xane
hills and daughter and about 12 deuk.
Vessels in Port.
U BS Philadelphia, lluikei, from Cailuo,
U S S Adams, Nelson, from a uruNu
S S Mioweiu, blott, Iroiu Yuiaouvei
Jirsolir Kormu, Maequarrie. from Yoko
hama Am subr Hubert Lowers, from Port (1am-
Am bktnoS N Castle, Hubbard, lrom San
Am .suhr Transit, .ToigoiiMiii, fiom Fun
llr sliiii 1 County of Merioneth, l'auv, fiom
N o V '
Haw; bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from S.m
AiiibktBG Wilder, from C3.111 Fianeisco
A' ' , ,. Y !luK"r Wollers. f lliumeii
Or bk luul Uenbeig, lliet, from Liverpool
Uk toylon, C'ulhoun, from bun FliucH-d
Foreign Vesselo Expeotod.
S S Miike Muru, Tliompson, from Yoko-
liania, dun Out 22
O it O K ti Uueanlu, bmitli, from Sun Fi.hi-
ciseo, duo Oct. 1(1.
S B Monowai, Carey, from tlie Colonies.
due Out. III.
SSMuriposu, Hayward, fiom Sim Frnn-
eiseo, duo Oet2ti
S S Chinu, Wurd. fiom Hongkong mid
VokoliBiim, duo Xov li
b b Warrimoo, fiom the Colonies, due
Am bgt J D Spreekcls, from H J' for K.1I111-
1111, due Aug 2il
Am bk Harvester, from b 1' Hilo, duo Aug
Am bk Muitltu Davis, from lloston, due
Jlr ship Villattu, from Liveipool, duo Jan
Our lik Nautilus from Liveipool, duo Dec
Am suhr Allen A, from Kmeku, due Out 1
The Imrlientiiie S. N. Castle eui on thn
Murine Hallway 10-diiv for lepaii-s. Hhe u,
expected to leuvo for hiui Fiuiici-co on tlie
The UiHIhIi hark Comity of Mmioiu'th is
expected to sal on I ho lultei p.ut of new
weiil,. Her next port ol dii-tiiiiition will
The schooner Transit IliiHhed imloiiL
jng her cargo ut Drew 01 ' wharf this morn
ing. She will loud with sugar .illei the
The Nteanier James MaKec, w liieh ari I veil
fiom Kauai till morning, iuioits thai inini
bags of Migar at Kiipau are awuiling -ltii
luent to Ifonoliilu.
The 1-iunsted pehooner Itolieit l.cwei- i
expected to iinUli dii-ehurgiiig linr deck
load of lumber on Tuutm next, and 1 hen
the unloading of the lumbei fiom her hold
will begin. A few poles suitable tt lamp
posts are included In her cargo.
IluiiUruds of )uil in town havo
rocoutly ,'ono in for itoupiiif,' t-ana-riosantl
otliur foatliorctl )uts. Most,
of tlio liinls cniiiu liuro from Uim
Oriont t'oopud up in hinall Hi-incli
squnro woodou cugiis, with no room
for Ihu oi'ciiipniit to hop about, if
yon wjhIj your honghlor to look and
fool lively wo ruuoiiunoiid vmi to
iiivHst in 0110 of thoM boatitifiil engu
foranlo by tlio Hawaiian Uaidwan
Co, All niztis aro Itopl on hand
Iroin tho inodost unnury'H abodo to
tho bi,' wiro struutuio mado for
LOOAXi AND aENKUAli NEWS.
Hoonts to lot wiflt board at llnni
Tho P. G. l)aud will plnval Emma
Squaro this aflnrnoon at 1:!!0.
J)iamoiid Jind, 1L' 111. YVoalhur,
floudy; wind, lijrlit northeast.
Tonduis aro advorltsod for curtain
lopair-s to tho bark J. C. Pllugor.
The Totnplo or Fashion' main
nioth cloarancu ,alt is now in full
Native Knns nml Inland Cttiios in
Kioal varinty at tlio Elilo Ico Cream
Tho Azores islands, woro t'onmct
t'd by oablo with the world on
Dr. (Jolo intends rotnriiiiqj to tho
Leper Settlement on Monday next
on tho Mokolii.
Tho Planets and llealnnis plav
baseball this afternoon on the
Police ollloor J J. V.- Logano was
discharged yesletday in tho District
Court on a charge of extortion.
Tho police hold a drill on Palace
Squato at 5 o'clock tin's morning in
command of Captain Uobt. Paikor.
jox?ons in piano given by Clir.
Jlorakind, Pouhallow house, Bero
tania st root. Mut mil telephone (51 1.
t Charges of giant powdor were be
ing inserted in tlio holes drilled at
the Hrowor wharf rock this after
noon. Tho Hawaiian National Hand will
give 0110 of thoir popular concerts
at Sans Sottci at 7:,'.() o'clock thw
Dr. M. Goto's tn.sidence is now on
Achi street, Pa I a ma, neatly opposite
the Uoforniatory school. His town
ollice is still on Maunakea sttoet.
From Handicraft tho iutorosfing
infonnatiou is gained that iibop
of Kamehamoha Schools wmkeillu
vacation, earning a total amount of
Ah Chew, bettor known as "Spring
Chicken." was sentenced to pay a
lino of .-30 in the Dist lict Court ' to
day for keeping a tenement house
without a license.
There has been a steady run all
week of Chinese applying for return
permits, to loavo by the S. S. Ocea
nic duo from San Fiauci-eo for
China on Monday.
Admiral Skorrott, Captain Marker
and ollicers of the U.S. flagship Phi
ladelphia will give another of their
popular roceptiuns on board at :i
o'clock thi afternoon.
Don't forget the concert by the
Hawaiian National lnnd at Sans
Sotici this owning. (Jonoj-ancos to
and from San Sotici will meet the
cais at the terminus every half hour.
A dinner party was given at Wai
kiki Villa ycstenlay ovning in honor
of tho Gitlig oarty. A number of
society people were pmsonl, and the
occasion was enlivened by tho Quin
Thoie was a 111010 than usitalh
largo at tendance at the weokly dance
in tho Thiotlo (JItib rooms last night.
In one of tho cooling spells Miss
(li'itio Whitney and Mr. C4eo. L.
Uitman faored the party with songs.
Tho battalion dull takes place at
l:.'ll) o'clock this afternoon on I'alace
Stpiaie, and wdi be attonded by tho
drum corps under Drum Major W.
C. King. Tho six companies had a
preliminary practice drill on the
.square early this morning.
The Pacific and Honolulu foot
ball teams practice daily, tho former
on tho Kainehameha school frotinds
and tho latter at Makiki and Puna
hou. It is expected a match will bo
mado between the two club.s in tlie
An attendance of )) is -.'ben b.
llandieiaft as (lie probable high
water mark of Kamohatnoha School
this torni. Haul times and, perhaps,
politics are surmised to b' I he Cannes
of the falling oil', but tho fact is
taken in gootl heart as a possible
ble.-.sing iu disgui-e.
Mi. William MraMi denies (ho pub
lished statoincnt that ho know any
thing about opium being on his pre
mises. Ho would not know Devau
cliello if ho met him, so could not
havo warned him to keep the opium
trallio off his place. Tho first he
knew of opium was when the ofl'icor
searched hi premises.
A native named Ivaia appropriated
a hat from a Chinese store on N1111
anu .street yesterday evening, and a.s
a lo.sult was lande'd in tlio cooler.
During (ho night Kaia destroyed a
brand now blanket which was given
hint by Turnkey Flagg, by cutting
a piece oil'. Another charge of ma
limoiiii injury will probably bo 011
teiod iigauirl the larcnnist.
An Eutorpriuuig Concorn.
Titer" is on" rotnm'miial house in
lown which leulizos tho value of
judicious adorl icing Thai is the
Hawaiian Hurdwuio Company. 15
an tidtnnturo of brains and printer''
ink, added to commercial acui'ieu
and onoigy, it has attained a position
that leawis all livalry behind. To
das tho company 'takes 111" another
column of lift.i.r.Tix Kpncc, in anlici
patiou of the boom itself ih holpin-'
to make by "go" aud "oiiap" iu dull
limes, liom tho cargou.s of several
vessels tho 1 law ni'utn llardwaro Co.
has laid iu now stocks, including
"Ahriia" uiul plain cocoa mats, suit,
soio, knives, fence who with patent
fixings, oil htuvos, electric supplies,
and iintuy other ai Holes uf indis
F01 a In rue bad; or lor a pain in
the side or (luii, iry s.ilnrnilng
pii'i e (.f Hanettl with Chamlioi lam's
Cain Utdm and biuoiug it onto th
alfiM'tod part"-. This tr'ilmiiit will
'uioanv tnbiinrij case mono or two
da)d, j'aiii Hltii alfi curob iheiun
aliBiu. W cent bolt Km for sale h
all doalers HtniBoi Smith A' Co
agents foi the Hawaiian Islands
DISAPPOINTMENT TO MANY.
Mr. Iloliort Louis Stovonaon Not
"Woll Enough to Lecturo,
liver since Mr. Kobort Louis
Stovonson gavo his informal talk a
few weeks ago boforo tho Scottish
Thistle Club. not. only thoso who
woro charmed with his gracoful dis
course then, but many of his ad
mirers who did not havo that privi
lege, havo boon oagor that tlio
famous author should bo inducod to
appear again. It was also dosirod
that, if ho oonsontod to dolivor a
lecture, it should bo in a hall that
would accommodate moro of tho
public than tho rooms of tho sociotv
named. At its mooting of a week
ago Monday night tho Thistlo Club
appointed a committee to wait upon
Jlr. Stovonson and submit to him
tho common wish of tho society and
tho literary public. Tho committee
on consulting Dr. Trousseau, tho
medical advisor of Mr. Stovonson,
deferred thoir mission for over a
week. Hearing that Mr. Stovonson
had boon on tho mend for sovoral
(lays ,t ho committee waited on him at
Sans Souci, Waikiki, yesterday even
ing. Ho received thorn with much
cordiality, but his stalomont of his
condition was accoptod by thorn as
an answer in advance, that it would
bo impossible for him to risk any
such exposure as was involved in a
public appoarance. Although ho
was much improved from his loally
low condition of last week, it was
evident that he was keeping himself
up by an effort, while a thick cloak
over his shoulders fuither testified
to his delicate health. Mr. Stovou
sou said ho would bo only too glad
to meet the wishes of his friends if
ho was in tit condition, but ho had
boon very ill and could not daro to
lake any chances of provoking a re
lapse. Ho had no idea of post
poning his rot urn to Samoa boyoud
the .steamor sailing thirteen "days
thence. Mr. Stovonson was talking
pleasantly about some commercial
matters at Samoa which had boon
topics of news iu tho press, when ho
suddenly became aware of a draught
through tho room whoro tho inter
view was being hold and, calling
Manager Sitnpson.doclared ho should
have to rotiio to his bedroom with
out dining. Ho took loavo of the
committee in a ftioudly manner, and
they retired with moro regretful
feelings for Mr. Stevenson's fooblo
health than for tho disappointing
toport thoy had to make on thoir
POSITION OF THE MIOWEKA.
Examination by tho Marine Kailway
Diver This Morning.
At (J o'clock this morning -Mr. Jas.
A. Lyle, attended by Mr. Jas. Lyle
of the Marino Kailway, and Juo.
Iaukea, a native divor, undertook
the examination of tho steamship
Mirmora's situation on tho rock by
diving. Ho started his operation on
tho port side of tho ship, and from
stem to stern post nothing wrong
was noticed. The bilgo kool, how
over, was found to be IS or 5 foot
from tho bottom on that'sido.
Tho starboard of the vessel camo
next in order, which was found not
touching bottom anywhere forward,
but at a point a little aft of tho
smokestack her bilge and bottom
commence to take. On account of
the heavy sea running tho divor
could not got aft of 'midships on
the starboard side, but as far as
could bo soon tho vessel was hard on
hor bottom and bilgo, tho bilgo kool
having sank into the coral.
Tho following gentlemen havo
been appointed to constitute a court
of inquiry to investigate the causes
of the stranding of the Miowera:
Captain Parry of tho bark County of
Merioneth, Capt. 11. W. Mist, I. X.,
and Capt. G. D. Freoth. The court
will sit on Monday.
REDUCTION OF THE FORCES.
Carrying Out of the Scheme of Eco
nomy Adopted by tho Councils.
Tho following linos woro com
posed by a member of tho Anuma
t ion Club, while standing on a street
corner this morning:
The P. (,. s(l,li,.'s time has come,
Old lturiisidus suys he must go;
He's lived .some time on P. (1. find
And now he'll tackle somocniu.
About lirty of tho guards, it is
learned, will bo discharged between
noty anil tho first of next month.
This is in accordance with tho re
port of the commit lee of investiga
tion appointed by tho P. G. Coun
cils, which was adopted by them iu
regular session a week ago last
Thursday. Tho enlisted forces woro
to bo reduced from 179 to 12(5, sala
ries of ollicers reduced, futuro en
listments of privates to bo at a
lower rale than tho prosont 0110 ($10
a month), shoos to be no longer
supplied free, and there was to lie a
icorgauization of tho commissary to
secure greater economy.
runoral of S. M. Cartor.
A laigo concourse attended tho
funeral of the late Samuel M. Car
ter at 1 o'clock Friday afternoon.
Jov. 11. Jl. Parker conducted tho re
ligious son ices al tho house in N1111
auu avenue. Hawaiian Lodge of
Fioo .Masons had charge of tho
burial ceremonies at Nuuanti cetno
torj. The iiupiessivo ritual was in
cited childly by Hov. Alox. Mackin
tosh, John Phillips and Andrew
Ibown, Past Worshipful Masters.
Owing lo a rock being encountered
iu digging tho grave, tho collln was
deposited temporarily iu tho ceme
tery vault, 1 ho pall bearers woro: 1
A. Drown, W. A, Kinney, B. Wodo
hotiso, .1. A. King, F. Wtiudonborg,
1. .x. na"singor, uapi. Harrison ami
11. J. Xolte. There were a great
many lloral offerings, one of blue
aud white asters composing masonic
emblems lining especially noticeable.
t M Goldberg has just received by
the steamer Australia a sample Hue
of (i.mls ami Ladies' Shoes, ami not
being in the shoo business ho has 110
deiie to keep ilium iu stock, Thoy
will bo Mild by the puir or iu lots to
suit the bujor AT COST. Come
I and look at ihuui,
ST, ANDIIKW'S CATIII'.DRAt..
Twontioth Sunday after Trinity.
Holy communion, (1:30 a. in. Ma
tins and sornion at 11 a. 111. Ha
waiian ovonsong, 3:30 p. in, Even
song and sermon, 7:30 p. in.
Tho services of tho Second Con
gregation of St. Andrew's Cathedral
1 to-morrow, will bo as follows: '.bin a.
J m., morning prayor with sermon;
I Vonito. Maundoriu 13 Hat; To Douin,
jiarron in jii nai; uonoiuotus, uoyoo
tn G; hymns 177 and Dili; anthom,
I "Siv.inl ic Tl. rrn. M I .-.-.J I...
Barnbj. 0:30 p, in., Evensong with
Sormoti; Magnificat, Hayos in D;
Nunc Dimittis, Turlo in A; hymns
18G, 103 aud 31. Kuv. Alexander
Mackintosh, pastor. All aro coidi
OENTUAL UNION C1IUI1CII.
Sunday School at 0:Jf a.m. Public
Worship at 11 a. in. ami 7:30 p. m.
Subject of ovouing discourse:
"Watching for Christ's Coining."
Young People's Society of Chris
tian Endeavor will meet at 0:30
p. m. All aro cordially invited to
Y. M. C. A. HAM,.
Sunday, 11 a. in., services in Oahti
.fail; 1:15 p. m., services in Barracks:
3:30 p. m., Biblo Study in Y. M. C. A.
0:30 p. in., Gosple Praiso Service in
Y. M. C. A. Tuesday, 7:30 p. m.,
prayor mooting at Y. M. C. A. Ser
vices in Bet hoi street hall at 7:30.
KEOnO VN17.KD CIHTRCII.
The Reorganized Church of Jesus
Christ of Latter Day Saints, Mili
lani Hall, rear of Opora House. Ser
vices win uo nom &untiay as loiiows:
10 a. 111., Biblo class; 11:15 a. in. and
7:30 p. m., preaching, by Elder .1.
SEVEVTIl DY ADVEXTISTS.
Sovonth Day Advontist Church,
corner Punchbowl aud Borotania
streets, in G. West's cottage. Sab
bath school, 1:30; social mooting af
ter Sabbath school. Biblo reading
ovory Sunday evening. Everyone
At (5 and 7 o'clock Low Masses
as usual. At 0 o'clock Children's
Mass with English instruction. At
10:30 High Mass with native and
Xlra. A. A. Williams
For the Good of Others
Rev. JUTr. Wtlltams Heartily En
dorses Hood's Sarmparllla.
We are pleased to present this from
Rev. A. A. Williams, of the Sillsbee
street Christian Church, Lynn, Mass. :
" I seo no reason why .1 elergj man, moro than
a litynnii, t1io knowi uheicor no spoaks,
should hesitate to approve an
Article of Merit
nnd worth, from which ho or Ills family havo
been signally ln,ncnteil, ami whoso commenda
tion may scno to oxtcml tlimo liunellti to
others by Increasing their confWriice. Mywlfo
has lor many jears bocn a miHerer from severe
for which rho found llttlo help. She has tried
in my things that promised well but per
formed little. Last fall n friend goohei abot
tlo of Iloo'l's Husnp.irllla. It seems surpris
ing ttliat slmplv 0110 liottla could and did do
for hor. The ait.iclcs of hcadr.chu decreased In
number aud uere Ics3 violent In their Inten
sity, while her general health lias been Im
proved. Her appetite has also been butter,
r'lom our experience with
I h.ivo no hesitation in endorsing iu merit."
A. A. Williams.
HOOD'S PILLS aretlio lint family cithartU,
jen'.lo on.l oirucllvo. Try b box. Pliceiia
HOIIKOX, NKtt'MAN .t CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
Sans Souci Hotel
Kirst-elass accommodation for Tourists
nnd Island guests.
Private Cottages for Families,
Finest Sea Bathing In Honolulu.
r. A. SIM1VON,
Man Chong Restaurant
Formerly "Cosinoiiolitnn," Bethel St.
UNDKU the above name tho well-known
eathiK homo formerly called the Cos
mopolitan itostnuraut lias been reopened,
NiceTablesand Everything Clean
Cuatoiimrn wall wrt'd by polite and at
Single Meals, 25 Coins; Board per Week,
21 Tickets for $4.50.
Kirst-elass oooIih am ene;ne;od and iiiealu
will lie nerved of the hem tho market
nllords, better than ever.
'pnnui: wii.i, in: v .mhutinh ok
J tho htoekholdi i'id the Waikm'i Hi-
..Mi (Jomi'nh at the ollleiiof Win. 0. Iiwin
l'n 1,'d, in Honolulu ui Mtl.MIAY.thn
null day of Oiitober, al 'i o'eloeK p. in,, to
consider the queitioii f the partition uf
the Wul Im iiii lands held In eouiiiion with
the Hawaiian ('oiuiuereial mid Bii(.'ar t'o.,
or Hindi other illspoition of the wnne as
may be limueht hefo e the uieetilii;.
W. M.HI I r.ltl),
heeri'iarj W'alkapu Kinsar I'n.
Hiinolulu, Oel. 7, loi.l h (i-nt
rpHK WKKKIiY Hl'lJiKTlS as COlr
L umiiH of IiiteruHtinit Heading Mutter.
Ulnnds (i iiihI"I t'i 'nrrlm dnnnl '!(,, f
IS THE BEST
Dries perfoetl volld inside of twentv
I Forms a durahle and elastic, not a lirit
I tie coating.
' Uetnlns its gos longer than anv other
I Kuslsts thu notion of acid? and alkalies
better than any other oil.
I KIowh freely from the bruh Ithout run
ning and spread well.
I With the addition of Litharge., xields a
hard surface, suitable for Hours, steps, 1 U:
I Mixes readily with pigments ground in
j oil iu paste form.
1 Brings out the real shades of tlio colors
and keeps thorn unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of tlie
new eoal tar colors.
1.1.1..1 , ,. . ..... ,.
.U.1111VU 10 vuiiusii greaiiy improve llio
i working of the varnish.
Doos not darken white lead or any deli
I Has greater body than any other oil.
l lteipilres one-third less pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly improve tlie linseed.
fan be thinned with turpentine.
11 y actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the lies! p.vint oil ever man
ufactured. Direction for Use.
j Um Li'roi, in every respect in the
1 sumo iniin.ici ith you would linseed
I oil, with tin- single exception lluu you
1 may add fully onc-ipiurtci more Ltt
I col. to tho same ipiautily of pigment
than you would of linsccil.
1 In using metallic, Venetian led, the
I oolites, and other diy pigments, it is
I advisable to mix up the paint ut least
I one day licfoie it is to bo used, thou
add a third more Lucoi. and tho n.iiut
will he found to cover well and have
.1 good gloss.
NKVRK USK JAPAN'S.
Whore hard surfaces such as lloois,
steps, etc., are requited use litharge
only, never iiso Japans.
I LUCOL MIXKS WITH VAK
land assists their woiking and im
I proves their appearance hut ihey
I SIIOI'I.l) Hi: USKI) SAMK HAY IIU'.Y AIM'.
j mixed, otherwise the gum of tho var
nish may bo precipitated 01 the mix
The addition of from In of Lr-
coi. to varnishes does not reduce tin ir
1 lu-tre nor retard their h.itdcniug and
I drying and it pievents their cracking.
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
I The iiii(lr.irnu(l lias just
I received n lurge nnd varied
j assortment of ITcm-Stitchcd
and Frhiyed Tea Cloths; also
some exceedingly handsome
Sideboard Clolhn in dillbrent
lengths, which lio invites
liis lady customers lo in
W. O. SPROULL.
For Yokohama Direct !
The Nippon Vuen Kaisha's Al Htnaniei
1 is due here about Oetid'or 2-iid, and will
leave for tho above port on
Monday, Oct. 30, 1893
I -l''ur further imrlieuhirs regardful,'
I Freight or 1'as-ane, apil to
' WM. G-. IRWIN &: CO., L'TD
Agents Nippon Vum-ii Kaisha.
Best Lunch in Town!
Tin' tallies uf ihs Kt'stmininl nro iiillt'i
wun inu ih'hi inu iimiht'i tiiirirti-.
1 - - Chickens and Ducks - -
i Conki'il un sljln, iirn jirovlilcl Hiu'd niiii-t
U iM'llK. Willi fri'llll'Ut l li.uij;i i
j Turkey and Young' Pig.
I lluttrr (ViiikiiiL' tlimi nvrr. Mini ut nl
, limirH. I'rici'- tin Minn-.is fi.rmi'ii mm
I IIIW ll till HI I It,
(Now Model Lunch Rooms,
lli'llii'l blni't, iliuMif I'.m oii.i , .
i'ruri (Iwn'iilioi, nf,H)ll I'll! N . i
done al fid Hulli-lin tja .
C TRADE J
FOR TWO WEEKS!
SSO Fort Street, PTonolulu.
STAMPED LI NEK GOODS!
SUiinpud 'J'ray Covers, Stiinipud Table sets,
Stamped Toilet sets, Slamped Sideboard Scarfs,
Stamped Doyleis, Stamped Laundry bag.s,
Stamped Travelling- bags, Stamped Shoe bags.
-:- Elegant Embroidered Toilet Sets -:-
The above Goods will be sold at Greatly Reduced Prices
FOR TWO WEEKS ONLY.
M M R 8
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Robinson Block, Eotol Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN KXTKNS1VH ASSORTMENT OF
Wicker Ware, &
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SKCOXn-HANJ) OK l)AMA(JKI) GOODS KJU'T ON HANI)
ORDWAY & PORTER,
nobiuson Block, Bntol Street, oppo. Botliel Streot.
IJKI.L TKLKl-HONK f)5. -ii C9 JIUTUAI. TELEPHONE W5.
75 FORT STREET 75
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
-AT l'Hi: KAMOl'S STOllK OK
BOS & 511 FORT STR.E1E3T.
Canton "Weisli Calorics '
A "rtm, '" ,',,l,,", ftiEv r;: :ti;:,zr hw,,,"-"
Bilk finish jiihl -Hit, r,.l rreiirl, ,1, ,i,.s , ,), ,hxvU ,, , ,,,. of th;
Osa.3lirxiv3re Sublimes SO Cents Yard I
Oimnf tin. liniKtMMiH-M a,h .MuutiuIh Ihl- p.suii rntirHli new h,(
for i In- iirk'c I.iih no fiml. '
Wliit Lec-wiis ctiaci TDimiby I
In I'mlii. Miipot nml riiuuki-il in (jruia vhriuty.
tW Dressmaking Ouder the Kaiugomeot of MRS. RENNER. J)
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest iu the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : 842,432,174.00
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Etc., Etc, Etc,
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