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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
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Time Whistle blows at 111. 28m. 31s. p.m. of
Honolulu time, which Ik thu sumo us lib. Om.
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THE BAIL! BULLETIN.
MONDAY, OCT. 16, 1893.
Sunday, Out. 15.
Stuir Waialeale from I.uhuina and Huma-
Stmr (Jluudine from Maul
Stuir Iwalaui from Kauat
Stmr l'ele from Kauai
Schr Mulwuhiuc from Koholalele
Monday, Oct. 10.
Stnu Mokolii for Kaunakakni, Kainulo,
Pukoo, Halawa, Wullau, I'olekunu,
Kulaupupa, Lahaina, Olowalu and
Lanai at 5 y in
Stmr J A Cummins for Koolau
LOOAI, and general news.
Bargains in whito and brown cot
tons at N. S. Suelm.
Mr. and m7sTf. w7 Gliulo of Ken
lia, Kanai, aro in town.
A notion to Thoosonhists may bo
ftmiul in nuothor column.
Quoun Dowagor Kaniolani lias a
notice to tenants in thiH issue.
Tito Waianao Co. holds its annual
mooting on Monday, October 80th.
Native Fans and Island Curios in
Kroat variety at tho Elite Ice Cream
News Co. havo a
about Haw. Prov.
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stmr Glaudino for Kahului, Keanae, Hana,
ttamon, Klpuliulu, Mti
kaiau and Ookala at 5
Hamoa, Klpuhulu, Nuu, I'aauliau, Ku-
Kaiau anu uoicaia at o p in
Stmr "Waialealo for Nawiliwili and Hunn-
ruaulu, Kilauca, Kalthiwai und Hanu-
Stmr Iwalaui for Nawiliwili, Koloa, Eleele,
Makuweli,Vairnea and Kekaha at 5 pin
Stmr Kuala for Waiauae, Waialua, Moku-
leia, Kahuku and Puualuu at 0 a m
Stmr James Makeo for Kupaa ut 4 p in
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Stmr Claodinu 34 head cattle, 83 hogs, 01
bags corn, 2G0 bags potatoes, 100 bags
taro, 93 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Iwalani lObdls hides, 50 bag-, rice,
and 13 pkgs sundries.
Stmr Kaala 800 bags rice, ISO bags sugar.
Fiom Waianao, per stmr Kaala, Oct 14
H A Widemann.
From Hamakuu, per stmr Waialeale, Oct
15 Mrs B Bailey, Mr Hulling, It S Straueh,
ana 7 uecK.
From Kauai, per stmr Iwuluni, Oct 15
F Glade, wife and child, A Campbell, J
J Williams und wife, Mrs H H Wilcox, K
Buckley, J P Silva, Dr J K Smith, Ah
Won, and 30 deck.
From Maui, per stmr Claudiuc, Oct 15
Mrs F J Tumor and 2 children, Thos Guv,
Father Theodore, Mrs K Norrie, Miss 11
Parker, J Kamio, Mrs D K Unauna, Chung
Kim, Y Amoy, G Assee, and 31 deck.
Vessels in Port.
U S S Philadelphia, Barker, from Cull.iu,
U S S Adams, Kelson, from a cruise
S S MIowera, Stott, from Sydney
Br schr Norma, Maciuarrie, from Yoko
hama Am schr Kobert Lowers, from Port Gam
ble Am bktne 8 N Castle, Hubbard, from Sun
Am schr Transit, Jorgensen, from Sun
Br shin County of Merioneth, Parrv, from
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from Sun
Gr bk J C Plluger, Wolters, from Bremen
Gr bk Paul Isonberg, Biet, from Liverpool
Bk Ceylon, Calhoun, from San Francisco
Foreign Vessels Expected.
S S Miike Maru, Thompson, from Yoko
hama, due Oct 22
O ifc O B S Oceanic, Smith, from San Fran
cisco, duo Oct. 10.
S S Monowai. Carey, from the Colonic,
due Oct. 11).
S S Mariposu, Huyward, from San Fran
cisco, due Oct 20
S S China, Word, from Hongkong und
Yokohama, due Nov 0
S S Wurrlinoo, from the Colonies, due
Am bgt J I) Sprcckcls, from S F for Kahu
lui, due Aug 20
Am bk Harvester, from 8 F Hilo, due Aug
Am bk Murtha Davis, from Boston, due
Br ship Villatta, from Liverpool, duo Jan
Ger bk Nuutilus from Liverpool, duo Deo
Am schr Allen A, from Eureka, due Oct 1
The Hawaiian Sportsmen's xVssooia
tion will meet on Wudnosday even
ing 18th iust.
Tho Scottish Thistle Club's regu
lar weekly mooting will bo hold this
evening at 7:!50 o'clock.
Jas. F, Morgan will hold a cash
sale of dry goods, etc., at his auction
room, to-morrow (Tuesday) at 10
o'clock a. m.
The baseball L'amo on Saturday
afternoon between tho Planets and
Hcalauis was won by tho former by
a score of t) to G.
A horso attached to a brake col
lided with a telephone post yestor
day morning at Palama. No one
was hurt, but the brake was render
ed minus its wheels.
Tho Queen is holding a luau and
reception at her residonco, Washing
ton Place this afternoon, in honor of
tho eighteenth anniversary of Prin
cess Kaiulani's birth. The Hawai
ian National Baud is in attendance.
Subscribe for the Wwkly liullcthi,
and send it to your friends abroad.
It will save you from writing a lot
tor when foreign mail day arrives,
and you fool kind o' lazy like. An
nual subscription: Home, SI; For
Shrill cries of "Haul in!" from a
Chinese thorax disturbed tho ser
vice at Central Union Church last
night. Tho Chinaman was a hack
driver and, missing his rig from
whero ho had tied it up, raised tho
hue and cry.
Charles Botts, of Huelo, Maui,
was found drowned in a stream at
Hoiiomauu on Tuesday, Oct. 10th.
Doputy-Shoriir Hocking hold an in
quest on tho body, and a verdict of
accidental drowning will probably
Nine Chinamen wore brought to
town from ISwa this morning charged
with gaitniiig. Detectives Larson
and Boyle made tho raid yesterday,
but tho Cinnamon made it so warm
for tho ollicors that they postponed
the arrests until to-day.
Dr. Stangenwald narrowly escaped
being run over by a carriage on
Richards street on Saturday after-
nil 1 . r i 1
noon, llio doctor was watching the
drill when tho soldiers frightoned
the horse, which made 'a bolt and
passed within an inch of tho doctor.
The second nine of the Makiki
baseball team met a similar uino
from tho Unknowns on tho Loaguo
grounds on Saturday morning. After
a good game tho Makiki team gain
ed tho victory, tho score standing 12
to 4.. Another match is expected in
about two weeks.
Miss Rhoads, while seated on the
platform as pianist at the Y. M. C.
A. service yesterday evening, was
suddenly taken ill. It was an attack
of nervous prostration to which she
had previously been 'subject, and
tho young lady had to be carried
out and sent homo covered with
A choice assortment of lovely
piano lamps has recently been
opened out by tho Hawaiian Hard
ware Co. They are extremely artis
tic in shape, and what with the silk
aud lace shades, and the polished
onyx tables underneath, they form
tho beau ideal for a birthday or wed
ding gift, combining as they do the
useful with the ornamental.
Lieut. Nahoolowa and Police Olli
cor Kaapa went to the Portland
Hotel at 2:30 o'clock this afternoon
to attach the personal effects of
Prof. Frieman, proprietor of the
hotel, for non-payment of a judg
ment rendered in (he District Court
a few days ago. The debt, includ
ing the" Marshal's commission,
amounts to S'.)8.7'..
MURDERED BY A BURGLAR.
Trapfody at Ewa in tho Early Hours
A Chinaman named Tong Hoon
Hoo was shot and killed by Leung
You at Hoaoao, Ewa, early' Sunday
morning. As near as can bo ascer
tained the facts aro as follows:
Tong Hoon Hoo lived with his
wife in a smnll houso. and about
midnight on Saturday tlio wife was
awakened by a noise. She aroused
her husband and together they went
out to investigate. Tho husband
saw another Chinaman whom ho
identified as Leung You as he in
formed his wife run out of the roar
door with a bundle in his hand.
Hoo gavo chaso and together thoy
disappeared in tho darkness. Pre
sently tho wife hoard several shots
and on going out found her husbaud
lying in a pool of blood dead.
Deputy Marshal Brown and Cap
tain Andrews went down to Ewa on
Sunday and an inquest was hold on
tho bod'. Tho Doputy Marshal ro
turnod to town, but Captain An
drews stayed to search for tho mur
derer. At 3 o'clock this afternoon
tho man had not boon caught. It
is believed ho has escaped to the
Aftor tho Moal.
After the penso were eaten -
After the meal was done,
"Uoval" paint In tho stomach
Knocked out each son of a gun;
Oh 1 hut the "doo" was rattled .
At the slcjit of that pea-tick crow ,
And he called on the chaplain foi players
As he punted for a moment to pe.
And the "Colonel" with coat tulK living,
While the wind through hit whiskers
lagged It out of tho barraekt
Alone through tho night anil the dew;
Bravclv he ran like a here
on hi? mixtion of life or death
Till rnmiM'im wat found and the "army"
Though the "Colonel" lout his bieath.
And thoy do say that, aftor Koolau
got through with tho rest of tho
"army" and Welch nearly annihi
lated tho remnant with a tramway
mule, the "P. G." 10 dollars and
roast beef guards weren't in it.
IS THE BEST
solid Inside of twenty
ACCIDENT ON BOARD SHIP.
Terrible Blow from a Coal Tub in a
A very painful accident happened
to a sailor on board tho bark Paul
Isonberg this afternoon. Tho sailor,
Hermann Fiola by name, was stand
ing over tho hatchway attending to
the fastening of a tripping hook to
the bottom of coal tubs as thoy
emerged from tho hold, when he
was suddenly struck by a loaded
tub swinging back. He was hit
squarely in tho face by tho sharp
edge of tho tub's bottom, ripping
open tho loft cheek and cut ting across
tho upper lip to tho right cheek.
Tho upper jaw was loosened from
its sockets by tho impact of the
heavy tub. Dr. C. B. Wood was im
mediately summoned and aftor tem
porarily dressing the wounds, order
ed the removal of the unfortunate
man to tho Queen's Hospital. Ho
was carried there on a stretcher, and
presented a pitiable sight. The
doctor does not anticipate a fatal
result, but says it will take a
time for tho patient to recover,
Word was received yesterday by
tho steamer Waialeale of tho death
in that district of the wife of Mr.
Chas. Williams, tho efficient doputy
tax assessor of Homakua, Island of
Hawaii. Tho deceased lady was a
former pupil under the lato Eldross
Phoebe, and loaves besidos hor hus
band, a wide circle of friends and
nine motherless children. sThe sad
ovout occurred on Saturda last,
just as the Waialeale was leaving.
The breaking of the news to the
eldest daughter of the deceased now
attending school at St. Andrew's
Priory yesterday morning was a sad
duly to perforin on the part of the
Rooms to let with board at llani
Root Boer on draught at Benson,
Smith &. Co.'s.
For New Silks and Infants' Out
fits go to "Ka Mailo."
After shaving uso Cucumber Skin
Tonic. Benson, Smith Si Co., xgents.
Sunburn relieved at once by Cu
cumber Tonic. Benson, Smit h fc Co.,
Dr. R. 1. Moore, dentist, has re
moved his office to Arlington House,
Hotol street Parlor No. 2.
Dr. Geo. H. Huddy, D. D. S., has
removed his office from King street
to Beretania street, near Emma.
Forms a durable and elastic, not n brit
Retains Its gloss longor than any other
' Resists thu action of acids and alkalies
i better than any other oil.
, Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreuds well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields n
hard surface, suitable for tloors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
on in pasio lorm.
i Brings out the real shades of the colon
j and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
I new coal tar colors.
i Added to varnish greatly improves tho
I working of the varnish.
Does not darken white lead or any deli
Has greater body than any other oil.
Requires one-third less pigment than
any ovner on.
Can be added to Unseed oil and it will
greatly improve tho linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever manufactured.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY!
N. S. SACHS'
BBO Fort, Street. Honolulu.
Direction for Use.
Use Lucoi. in every respect in the
sumo manner n you would unseed
sinjrle exception time you
Lessons in piano given by Chr.
Tr l,.T 1,111 I T,
tiorsiunu, ronuaiiow uouso, noro- i ()1j wjlM
laiiiii abreiiu iu.mu.ti luioiJiiuiio iu. ,,,,, ,i,i rii .., .,.,,. t
coi. to tho same quantity of pigment
MARRIED. 1 than you would of linncod.
DUNBAR-LUCAS-lnSanFrancitco.Sep-; J" ""'"B ;. Venetian red, the
reinber . lMl.i. William Dunbar f.f OOhrCS, 1111(1 Other dry piUIHChU, it IS
San Francisco and Eliza Lucas of Ho- j advisable to mix up the paint at leant
nolulu, H. I.
! the Agony
Of Thooo who Suffer from
Hood's Sarsapurtlla Purifier
Soothes, Heals, OVllVS.
one uiiy ociore it is to ue u&cti, men
add a third more Ltvoi. and the paint
j will be found to cover well and have
a good gloss.
, NEVKH USE JAl'ANS.
Where hard surfaces such us floors,
steps, etc., are required use litharge
only, never use Jupaus.
White and Brown Cotton Cloth
Lonsdale Cambric, 7 yards for .$1 .00.
Lonsdale Cotton, 30 yards for $1.00.
Fruit of the Loom, 9 yards for SI .00.
Pine Quality Cotton, special price, 12 yards for $1.00.
Fine Unbleached Cotton, VI yards for $1.00.
Fine Unbleached Cotton, 20 yards for $1.00.
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
LUCOL MIXES WITH
Mr. W. E. Rowoll, Superintendent
of Public Works, was engaged in
blasting tho rock at Brewer's wharf
last Saturday afternoon.. Four out
of tho ten holes drilled were charg
ed with from twenty-seven to thirty
cartridges each of No. 2 Hercules
powder, and insulated wires con
nected tho cartridges to a blasting
machine placed on the wharf for the
purpose. A loud report followed
tho explosion of tho charges, suc
ceeded by an upheaval of the water.
A uativo diver wont down this noon
and he reportod tho rock shattered
in several places. Tho drilling oper
ation was still going on this luorn-iS-
Reception on the Flagship.
The reception on tho U. S. flagship
Philadelphia on Saturday afternoon
was fairly well attended. Probably
some who would otherwise have been
there stayed ashore to see tho P. G.
army drill. There was dancing on
deck to firstrato music by tho llag
ship baud. Delicious refreshments
were spread for tho guests in tho
saloon. Tho ico cream was especially
fine, being a genuine article and not
tho imitatiou generally sold on tho
beach. Guests were carried to and
from the big cruiser in her steam
Mr. T. V. Johnson
San ,Ios, Cal.
" I have for many years been o great sufferer
from HUOFC;r,A hreal.liiK out on my arms
and legs ; they were covei ed with eruption and
sores, ditciinrgingnll ilirl:mr. I tried very
many medicines and consulted physicians far
and near, but coimliuitlr girir moiw. I
havo taken but three, bottles of Hood't Sarsapa-
and assists thuir working and im
proves their appearance hut tiiky
SHOULD HE USKl) SA.MK DAY TIIKY AKK
mixed, otherwise the gum of the var
nish may be precipitated or the mix
The addition of from 4 to of Ltt-
coi. to varnishes docs not reduce their
lu-trc nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
NEW FURNITURE STORE
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTKNSIVK ASSORTMENT OF
Etc., Etc, Etc,
Agents for the Hawaiian Islands
rllla for rheumatism, and lia deilvcd o much
beneflt from It that sho declares there Is no
other lneillrino on emth. Wo would not bo
llhont It in Hie houso II It rosts t-0 n bottle."
T. Vari.i'v JouiiON, Ean Joie.C'aL
N. II. He "lire to eel Hood's S irsaparilla.
I TRADE 1
Hocd'o Piilsaet easily, et promptly and
cP.klciuly, on tho liver and bowels. 2Gc
HOUKON, NEWJIAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Isdnndt.
A Rolouso EH'octod.
Police Ollicor Logan made a des
cent on a die fa gaming establish
ment on Lilian street near Judd at
2:30 o'clock this aftornoon and cap
tured two natives. As ho was walk
ing thorn away, they called for help,
and over fifty natives rushed for the
officer. Logan was not quick enough,
aud was struck several times, bofore
ho escaped to (he road. Ho tele
phoned to I lift station, aud Captain
Hookano and two oilicers went to
tho rescue, but the birds had tlown.
Logan wa mot minus his hat, aud
his face covered with scratches.
Several arrests will bo made.
Notice to Tenants!
The steamer Iwalaui will take passen
gers only to Nawiliwili.
The Hchaoner Liliu left last Sntunlin
evening for the Gilbert Islands.
The barkentlne 8. N. Castle went on tliu
Marine Hallway luBt Saturday afternoon,
The steamer Tele will take iS'JKl rails for
Makawell l'laututioii. The rutin came b)
tlio I'.iul Ienberg coindgned to Hubert
Tim bark Ceylon coiiiuutnced taMiii In
sugar this morning ut Allen fc Hubluoii'
wharf. Bho received 2100 bag of ugiir
from thu Hchoouer Molwaliiiio and Itnl
from thu titeumur Kaala.
The bark Paul Uouborg UiiIkImmI dis
charging tliu balance of her cargo lu-dii) .
riliu imu 700 toint of coal aboard uheunlic
arrived, 100 tons of which will remain
hero und thu buluucu to be taken us ballast
to Han FruncUco, to which port nIiuwIII
mil on Friday next. From tiuii FraucUco
he will tuku a hied of grain fur llromuii.
BUTTONS ALL OVER HER.
Sho of tho Oonnnp; Fashion Will
Fairly Sparkle With Thorn.
A curious enso which was report
ed lately of a sot of buttons oxplod-
t. ..... 11... 1!. 1
inir bofore tho lire may have many
duplicates this winter, for buttons
of all sorts are coming in again.
Big pearl buttons with hunting
scenes depicted upon thorn, ivory
buttons, the china buttons of old
Franco, will be seen upon tho huge ,
paletots wo will wear as tho season j
advances. .Marquise coats and bo- .
dices for tea wear will display an-
tiquo buttons of pierced hi Ivor, the
Austrian coats of satin Hint aro just
now haute novellies will havo throe i
precious buttons on either "niile of
tho open front below tho lapols aud t
two nioro on either cull's, and beau
t i fill miniature butloiih aro intro- ;
dtii'ed on the now theater bodices of i
brocade, with broad lapels of velvet
uud jabots of rare luco. '
Court of Inquiry.
The court of inquiry into i ho
causes of thestrauditigof the Canadian-Australian
is in session to-day at the office of T.
H. Davios A: Co. It is composed of
Captain Parry of the British bark
County of Merioneth, Captain H.
W. Mist, R. N., and Captain G. D.
Frooth, Tho proceedings are pri-
Tho P. G. band will play the fol
lowing program this evening at
Emma Square at 7:!10 o'clock:
Overture 1 l'liritanl lluiifijuet
I'iccolo Hole Deeii llluo Sea. ..llrowcr
Kolo by Mr. L. Humottl.
Heniinlcceni'MS of llellini (iodfiey
Selection Martha . . . 1'lotow
Kupbouiiiiu Kolo Then You'll Ite
riolo by Mr. .1. liuiucn. "
Wnlu--New Mefodlcn (by rcouest). Ilergor
Mcdlo.-Hod Hot . Huyer
.TlVnil'l.' IQ IM.'PI.MIV (!l V'l.'V TU .11.1.
i. nerfons UvhiK ns teiiantton lands be
longing to tho Kbtaic of the late King Kula
kuua, ut well ns on lands belonging lo the
iiuderoluuud and those of David Kawiina-
uakoa und J. Kitlaniauuolc, for winch ar- i
ruugoiui'uts buvo been made between thorn I
and Mr. J. l'aakaula, that payments of I
rent niUHt hereafter bo made to me person
ally. When making payment it is re- '
quested that tenants biinu; copies of their i
leases and the hint receipt received by '
li....i I, tu i.lu.. frl... ii il! .f ,lw iitnlur. I
IIIUTII. IHO" .... Will, VI I..V lL.- .
t-i.M...l ti- limn, unit ..., frit ...it Ii li.nntifi. r.i.
,3.fll-. K' ..IVV .!..'. I.JIII.I II. VI. Iblll .III w ....
tlie nrttuay m overy mouth lor six monint,
beginning October Hi, IbOl, and ending
April 10, lb!)..
C0 Olllco at Honuakaha.
Honolulu, Oct. 10, I8!).i. Sj!-1iii
AFTERNOON TEA CLOTHS.
The undersigned has just
received a large and varied
assortment of Jlcm-Slitched
and Frhujcd Tea Cloths; also
some exceedingly handsome
Sideboard Cloths in difl'eront
lciiuths, which he invites
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OK DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
RoblnBon Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street
BELL TELEPHONE 525. -7KX MUTUAh thi.ci'honb am.
Hawaiian Sportsmen'B Association. I
A SPECIAL MKKTINO OK THE HA- i
walian Hportsmcn'b Association will
be held ut th Hawaiian Hotel, on WED
NESDAY evening. October 18, IHl.'t, at 7..S0 .
o'clock. I'cr order.
AND (IKXTLKMKN INTK-
istud in ThroMinliicul .Studies, or
TlieosOjihical Literature, are requested to
roinniuniciite on the Mibjeet with A. M.T.,
V. (). l!ox IP.', Honolulu. 8r-ll Iw
For Yokohama Direct !
The Nippon Yusen Kaishu's Al Steamer
is duo here about October 2.'nd, and will
leave for the abovo port on
Monday, Oct. 30, 1893
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
Sans Souci Hotel
-Kor further nurtleulurs reeaidiug
ITeiglit or t'ussiigo, apply to
WM. Q-. IRWIN & CO., L'TD
Agents Nippon Yusen Kulshu.
Hawaiian Provisional Government Stamps
I'lrat-cluss accominodatioii for Tourists
and IhIuiiiI guesta,
UL-RS. B. OOOD
livlte.s inspection of High
Class Novidties in Millinery
irMM.I. SETS HAWAIIAN
i iiiual rioveriiuieiit Klamps Vl
will be on coin at tho llu;iilun Newti Co.'b
Htoru for this week only, at f7 00 per nt.
received per "AitHtralia
Private CotUrjcs (or Families. I lawks-and (uiimjiikn-h
Finest sea Bathing in iiouoiuiu, Sailors' Hats, Choice Flowers and Feathers
LATEST NOVELTIES IN ItlllllONH,
Etc., Ktc, Etc.
rfMIK ANM'AI. Mr.ETINtl OK THE
JL WiHMt, Co. nlll be held on MON
DAY, (IcloborIK). Ihltl, at 10 a. i at the
olllccof r. O. Ilerger.
C. O. llllllOEH,
ALL I'EIIHONb HAVING CLAIMS
agahiBt Kobert William Holt per
bonally are riUei,ted to pruneut tlio nuiuu
wllhuiu iloluv at the Otllce of
JlllUOl: A- A. J. OAHTWHK1HT.
Honolulu, Aug. 'A IbJKt. SU-tl
MHS H. (10()),
Kort Street. Illgli-Clust Milliner.
rpHK WKKKLY HIILLKTIN -i COL
1. uiiiimul lutoreuthiK Itvudlnn MMU'r
UlaniU.tAi iiihIIhiI to rnrolt'iienutitn,
AT THE FAMOUS BTOKK OF
IB. IE BHLBRS &c GO.
SOS Se S 1 1 PORT STK.B1B3T.
Oanton "V7"as3a Falcrios !
A huudhomo Cotton Fabric, Now Styles this fuusom; the etl'ects are tao-slmlles of C'hinn
Bilks; to see them meant to appreciate them,
KUk finish jum out; real French designs are the tltiCHt and the craze of the neasou.
Oa.slim.ere Sublimes SO Oeixts Yard I
One of the handsomest Waidi Materials this eeason entirely new and
for the price has no equal.
"WTaite Lawns erncl Dimity I
in nam, ninpea aim unecueil in grout variety.
tar DressniakluQ Under the Management of MR8. BENNEIL Jti
Royal Insurance Company
"The Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : $42,432,174.00
tm- Fire rink on all kludu of Iimurauoe IVoperty taken at Currotit KUWh by
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