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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO,
KKOM AND A.FTKK JUNE 1, WO.
To Kwa Mtl.T..
Leave Honolulu. .,
Leave I "em I Oily..
A nl vi' K.wn Mill..,
Leave Kwti Mill.,
liivc Pearl City.
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THE DAILY BULLETIN.
THURSDAY, OCT. IS), 1893.
Tiiuustiw, Out. in.
It M S S Moiiownl, Carey, from tlic Colo-
LOOAIi AND GENERAL NKWB.
A pound notieo appoars olsuwhuro.
Diamond llond, .' p. in. -Weather,
hazy; wind, west.
A young Gorman wishes oinploy
motit of soino kind.
Tlio Mouowai was reported as be
ing 15 inilus ofT port at a p. in.
Tlio Hawaiian Opuru Houfce in be
ing wired for electric lighting.
Tlio Mclnorny Hall, on Fort street,
is to lot. Possession given Nov. 1st.
K. Ogura & Co. have removed
tlioir olliuo to 115 Fort street, above
Goldou Htilo Bazaar.
A bag, containing clothing, lias
Nor shin Beaconstlcld, I)atinniii, ."il
from Newcastle, N S W
atinr J A omniums for Wotiluu
Vessels Leaving To-morrow.
Stinr W (4 Hull for l.nlminn, Miialaea,
Konu, Run iiml Volcano at 10 n lit
The steamer Miltuhala will he hiiil up for
The schooner Kva Is discharging her
lumber at the Kiuau wharf.
The Norwegian ship llcaconslield arrivcil
this forenoon from Newcastle. A report of
her voyage appears elsewhere.
The German haiks .1. O. Pllugerand Paul
Isenherg nioveil hack to their moorings at
the 1". M. S. S. wharf this morning.
A diver was at work coppering the bot
tom of a couple of piles at the P. M. S. Si.
wharf this morning. A diver is an object
of curiosity when arraved ilia sub-marine
Two freight trucks loaded with bananas
and run on to a scow were transported
from the O. It. .v. I,. Co.'s wharf to the
Uceunie dock this morning. The bananas
are to be shipped by the b. S. Monowai.
The steamer V. O. Hall, the pride of
the lnter-lsland Steam Navigation Co s
service, will leave for windward ports at ID
o'clock to-morrow morning, touching at
l.ahaina, Maniac, Konu, Kau and the
LARGE GOAL SHIP ARRIVED.
She Was Struck by Lightning on
The Norwegian ship Beaconstiold,
Captain O. A. Bastianson, which was
first sighted off Diamond Head yes
terday afternoon, arrived in port
this forenoon and moored to the can
buoy near tho O. R. & L. Co.'s wharf.
She is oi days Irom .Newcastle, iN. &.
W., with a load of 1813 tous of coal
consigned to Alleu & Robinson.
Captain Bastianson reports that two
days after leaving Newcastle tho
Beaconstiold encountered a storm,
accompanied by severe lightning
aud rain. An electric discharge
struck the maiutopmast, carrying it
away and bringing along with it her
mi.zentop mast. With tho excep
tion of this accident, which the cap
tain says was entirely due to the
lightning, tho voyage was favored
with good weather.
The Beaconstiold is a tine large
ship of 1422 tons burthen, drawing 27
feet 7 inches, aud this is her hr&t
voyage here. She was formerly on
gaged in trade between l'tigot Sound
and Australia. She dipped her en
sign as she passed the 1. 1. S. N
Co.'s wharf, the war vessels in the
ACCIDENT AFTER THE DANCE.
Steward Lucas and Four Cbineso
Mr. P. M. Lucas, steward at the
Hawaiiau Hotel, aud four Chinese
assistants, mot with an accidont on
Tuesday night. They wore driving
out of the gate of the residence of
Mr. aud Mrs. Mutch, tho newly wed
ded couplo, after the reception, in a
Hotel wagon, when the horse shied
at a lautern swinging from a pass
ing brake. Tho ammal bolted. Mr.
LucaH, who was driving, braced him
self against tho dashboard. Tho
latter gave way and tlio wagon cap
sized, throwing out tho five occu
pants. Mr. Lucas sutTorod a sprain
in his right arm with bruises on his
been confined to his .couch. Two
neck aud head, and has since
of the Chiuamon were severely
injured about the body. However,
the patients were resting easily this
boon lost. A reward is ollored for
tho recovery of same.
A capital cliauce to acquire blood
ed racing stock, is offered by Mr.
W. H. Rickard, in this issue.
Mr. Mills will take- charge of tho
ollico of tho United States Consul
General, on Saturday morning.
It is reported that a baseball club
is being organized among tho meu
of the U. S. Ilagship Philadelphia.
Moinbors of tho Hook A: Ladder
Co. expect to have a lively meeting
at tho Bell Tower to-morrow even
ing. Tho Post Ollico despatched the
following mail b3- tho S. S. Oceanic
for tho Oriout yesterday: 3G83 letters
and 237 papers.
Mr. Clarence Crabbe has in his
possession tho pot kangaroo of tho
steamer Miowora. Ho will keep it
until tho owner loaves.
A Chinaman named Ah Kwai was
sentenced to pay a fine of .Jsil) in tho
District Court this morniug for hav
ing opium in possession.
Tho V. G. band will play at tho
Hawaiiau Hotel this evening and
not at Thomas Square, as given
forth in the morning newspaper.
L. J. Lovoy will hold a sale of
household furniture at his salesroom
at 10 o'clock Saturday. Tho furni
ture was removed there for conven
ience of sale.
The Japanese steamer Miiko
Maru, which loft Yokohama on tho
9th inst., is expected to arrive on
Sunday at noon with about II5."1)
J. F. Morgan will hold au under
writer's sale in tho yard of H. Hack
fold A; Co. to-morrow at 1(1 o'clock,
of merchandise damaged by salt
water on tho passage hence.
Rogular General Session of tho Exo
cutivo and Advisory Councils.
The weekly general session of the
Uxocutivo and Advisory Councils
was called to order at 1 : It) this after
noon by acting President Hatch,
with whom were present: Ministers
King,Tauion and Smith; Council
lors Brown, Etia, Watorhouse, Allen,
Mondonon, Bolte, Nott, Young, Ton
i my, Morgan aud Emmoluth.
Minister Damon presented tho
weekly financial statement as fol
lows: KlSlMIAI. Statkmknt ton Tin: Wkkk
KsuiNu Octoiikh IS, IStlM.
$ l.Vi,:ciu .VJ
Intel ior Department
Taxes . .
(luvornnieut Kenlintlm. . . ,
San Francisco Consul fees...
jjulo of Government HoitiW
J V.u; DO
IS, 11)1 OS
Juliciary 1U2 30
Department Kuieign All'airs ."I7 7
Public. Works 1.S22 28
(salaries and ine 30 10
iturcau Survey 000 00
llureauof Immigration . 2 50
Waterworks 317 50
Hoard of Health WIS,-,
Insane Asvhliu 737 52
Kleetrit: Lights 18 00
Pillilio Orounds 30 15
Lighting streets ."15 40
Forests 72 05
Expenses Klection 53 82
Hilo l-'lrc Depaitment ... 42 00
Printing 55!) 00
Road damages 7 75
Markets 27 00
.Subsidy to Molokai sfmr 200 00
Par.uli'seof the Pacitlc. .. 100 oo
liovernment Pounds 30 00
tjimriintlne Diseased Ani
mals la 50
Salaries and inc 3,001 lit
Interest 723 00
ltoad uim's tospeeial deposit . . 2,215 00
School taxes " " 2,4lil! 00
ltuieau of Public; Instruction . 750 oo
Attorney-deneral's Dept .. 3,iK!l 00
Kpensi5s placing loan '03 . 00 00
(ieul. Kxpetrscs Prov. tlovt. . 2,074 51
Trcasiirv balance 101,100 50
Due P. S. Hank
'1 reiistirj and P. M. 0. notes
f lhS,175 03
. 220,000 00
Destroying Insects by Fire.
((iurdeiiing, ( hiciigo, Oct. 1H03.)
If you are troubled with bugs,
beetles, and other winged insects, as
depredators in your gardens, arrange
to collect any trash that will make
a uimmoriug fire, aud put it in piles
all through your infested ground,
and late (lark evenings sot these
piles ou fire, so thov will make as
much light as possible. This in dark
night attracts insects, t hoy go dash
into tlo fires; those remaining are
the ones that can't got there. If
you have not trash buy a few gaso
liuo lamps, they give a good light
and don't blow out. Uepeat tins
often, or at least till you find bugs,
etc., quit coming, Most all insect
dom is ou tho wiuir at uitrlit, and
makes for light, -even sparrows.
Make a good big bla.e near their
roosts ami then disturb them, thoy
will all lly right into the tiro.
Robert Louis Stevenson,
Mr. Stevenson has with increasing
strength very kindly taken back his
declination to lecture for the Thistle
Club. Ho will appear at V. M. C.A.
hall on Saturday afternoon at I
o'clock. A not ice elsewhere tollh
where tickets may bo procured. This
is an opportunity to moot tlio din
tiiiKutshed author which uouu of
our uulluruil puopln hliould in Us.
Three twolvo-year old native boyn
for truancy, ono Chinaman for vag
rancy, and one native for indulging
in a game known as "Russian War"
constitute to-day's arrests by the
A native named Kaeha Xui was
convicted of having opium in pos
session in the District Court this
afternoon and sentenced to pay a
tine of $50. Tho lino was paid and
the native informers received 15.
Tho trial of Ah Choy, the Chineso
morchantwho was caught smuggling
opium from tho S. S. Oceanic, has
boon sot for Wednesday next. The
lowest penalty for smuggling is a
.fStX) fine and six mouths on tho roof.
Mr. Jos. Victor, proprietor of tho
merry-go-round, is making prepara
tions for tho concert by tho Hawai
ian National Band at tliat place on
Wednesday noxt. The whirligig
will only be run three times next
week, viz., on Monday, Wednesday
Captain Stott Cleared of Blame
and His Certificate Returned,
Contract for Floating the S. S. Miowera
Awarded to Arthur McDowall.
Tho Naval Court of Inquiry to in
vestigate the circumstances of the
stranding of the Canadian-Austra
lian Lino's S. S. Miowora has do- i
clarcd Uh finding. As yet the docu-
mout is not. prepared for publication. ,
It is learned, however, that Captain
Stott is declared clear of blame for
the stranding of the steamship under j
his command. Accordingly, the
Court has returned Captain Stott
his certificate. Tho full finding of
the Court will appear later. j
.Mr. Arthur McDowall has boon
awarded the contract for floating the
Miowora, by Messrs. TIkhi. H. Davies
& Co., agentn of the ntcauinhip lino
and of Lloyds. The price is not far
below 20,0(K). Mr. McDowall will
adopt the pontoon system in his
effort, using scows for lifting pon
toons. Ho will lose no time iu be
Au Unsuccessful Negotiation.
A native man from Maui was iu
town last week negotiating for the
purchase of a small vessel with
which to carry out his fishing biisi
ness. The man had his eye on I he
racing sloop llealnui, but owing to
tho objection of one of tho owner
ho failed to make the purchase. The
yacht Spray was suggested to him
as a good liargaiu at 700, hut flic
man would only give jllKl for hor,
and the negotiation fniled a m-cuiiiI
time. The loop Kahaku, which
ciiiue down from Hilo a few week
ago, was next in iheoideruf pur
chasuble crafth, and afier inspect
iug tlio vomoI the man found for the
third time that tlio object of hin
houiuli was as far off as ever, and he
left for his home ou Maui a diap
This amount of $102,.VM) 78
has been advanced from
curieiil account for im
provements under Loan
Account, against which
there h.is been lepaid the
amount of 158,000 00
from bonds sold and Sav
ings Jiunk deposits.
Amount due general Treasury
this date fioin Loan Act 4,5!KJ 78
p. s. iiask mi:mo.
Due depositors $ 5111,113 70
Notices of withdrawals matur
ing October, November
and December. 30,301 00
Cash ou hand 20,000 40
PROVISION IT. IIOVKHNMKNT MKMO.
Kxpcnses Provisional Govern
ment to date $
I'his amount covers all expenses includ
g military and others not appropriated
to notify Prosidont. Dole that the
Couucils woio ready to receive him.
Tho committee retired and soon rc
lurnod escorting President Dole to
Minister Damon moved a vote of
thanks to Mr. Hatch for the able
manner in which ho had presided
over tho affairs of government in the
President's absence. His advice was
exceedingly valuable, especially on
two occasions that needed not to be
The motion oarriod wit li applause.
Mr Watorhouso presented a report
from tho priuting committee, ap
proving of tho resolution of last
weok for tho bettor control of gov
eminent advertising. Adopted.
Tho Judiciary Committee was
granted further time on the bills re
lating to homesteads, Maui Circuit i
Court, and separation of olllcos of '
President anil Minister of Foreign
Minister Damon introduced a bill
to make further appropriations for
carrying on tho government, includ
ing $r0,000 for Provisional Govern-
mont expenses, tho total amount
being .?!H),300. Ho gave a statement
of past expenditures, showing .?12l,
911.03 for tho military, 3223.() I for
Councils and ?3,20l.32 for the
Minister Smith gave explanations
at length of tho amount of $10,000
additional asked for the Attornoy
Gonoral's department. He hold that
tho oxpousos thus far had not ex
ceeded those allowed for the pre
vious biounial period.
Mr. Emmoluth drew attention to
tho bare copper wires boing elevated
by the Hawaiian Electric Co., which
ho maintained constituted a danger
to life and property.
Mr. Watorhouso moved the mat
ter be referred to tho Minister of
tho Interior with power to act. Car
ried. Tho bill to grant an extension of
timo in tho Oaliu Railway & Laud
Co.'s franchise was taken up.
Mr. Morgan wanted further in
formation. Mr. Brown gave an account of past
Mr. Emmoluth considered the
statements of Mr. Brown additional
reasons for opposing tho bill. '
After some discussion the bill
passed first reading.
Ine bill to guarantee lour porcont
interest on tho .same company's
bonds came next.
Messrs. Brown, Emmeluth and
Young strongly opposed tho pro
posed action while tho government
of the country was not 'in a perma
nent state. Mr. Young said that,
although it might seem a rude
action, tho Councils in tho present
state of affairs must not lay them
selves open to tho charge of carry
ug on special legislation for the
benefit of their friends. Ho moved
in amendment to Mr. Brown's mo
tion to lay tho bill ou the table, that
it ue lndohnitely postponed.
The bill was indefinitely postpon
ed against tho votes of Ministers
King, Damon and Smith, and Coun
cillors Allen, Waterhouse, Brown and
AU tho other members, excepting
the President aud Mr. Hatch, voted
for indefinite postponement. Mr.
Suhr was present, besides those
recordod at the opening.
At 3 o'clock the Councils went
into executive session.
A Boston Dressmaker
All Who Suffor Similarly, Ro
mombor, HOOD'S CURES.
FOR THIS WEEK ONLY I
sao F'ort stroet. Honolulu,
Mm. 1 TT. Barker
ThU lady U a v.ell-knotrn and popular
"Tliero is no mistake about Ilood's Harsapa
rllla. 1 want to tell bow ipilcUly It cured mo of
sour stomach, w hlch had troubled mo for over a
year. I could not cen t.il.e a swallow of water
but what 1 iiinercilfioiiHllntrcM itiulnciilitr.
When 1 began to lal:o Hood's S-mparilla I
could see good effects from the llrt three doses.
I continued until I bad taken tares bottles and
Hood's s Cures
have been ruiircly currd. 1 gle tills state
ment for the bouellt ot oilier who are suffering
slmlhuly." Mns. 1 W. 1Iaiii:i:ii, 41 Chester
Park, lioston, JI.vs.
HOOD'8 PlLL8ro thn belt utter-dinner PIIU
uilitdlntUou,curUilcli. Try box. Me,
IIOIIHON, XKW.MAN A CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
ROBERT LOUIS STEVENSON
Wll.l l I w
Under the Atispie.es of the S iiitiii
Tins n I I'i.i n, at
Y. M. C. A. HALL,
On SATURDAY AFTERNOON, Oct. 21st,
I UT I.IK K.
White and Brown Cotton Cloth
Lonsdale (.'aniline, 7 yards for $1.00.
lionsdiile Cotton, 10 yards for $1.00.
Kruit of the Loom, 0 yards for SI
Fine Quality Cotton, .special price, 12 yards for SI. 00.
Fine I mhleached Cotton, V2 yards for SI .00.
Fine Tulili-ached Cotton. 20 yards for $1.00.
The above Prices are for This Week Only.
T. li. Thrum's
for sule at Thus.
hy the last Legislature.
rpHK AUOVK KT.WAIU) Wll.l. UK
X paid to urn one (jiving information
lending to the driest and Coimetion of
the partv or parties guilty of the murder
of Pan If ung Hoy (:i male ('hini-e)at llo
iteae, Kwa, Oaliu," Salunlav ntht the I It li
inst. WOS'ii KWAI,
President Tinted Chinese jjoeietv.
Honolulu, Oet. I.s, l.sul. s'.s i;t
IS THE BEST
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HA.NI) AN KXTKNSIVB ASSOItTM KNT OF
Etc, Etc, Etc
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HANI) OU DAMAOKD HOODS KKI'T ON HAND
ORDVVAY & PORTER,
Robluson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
RF.U. TELEPHONE 5:25. -a r- MUTUAL TELEPHONE W5.
MKMil t'isll IN IHKsM'RY.
deem hieh theie is a eor
responding eoin deposit in
Certificates vithdravn from
ciiciilatiun aud deposited
for "safe kei-ping
21,01 XI UO
Postal Savings- Hank llalanee J .'li.txiii 40
lioad Hoard fund in Treasury .V2.WI1 10
Sehool Hoard fund in Treasury .12,ils7 is
A"ailahle cash as uliove . .. Uil.HKI fid
. .$ L".,llL M
Tho report was accuptud.
Minister Damon jirosouted a sup
plementary statement on the public
debt, which will appear later, lie
also reported from the Executive
Council ou the resolution of Coun
cils to uiaku reductions in the mili
tary expenditure. A reduction of
SI. "115 a mouth had been made in the
pay ot tlio regular lorces, ami one oi
about SOOO in the matter of provi
sions, (eductions have been made
iu the pay of some otlicers, and tho
position of ordnance otlicer had
been abolished. Captain Pratt takes
charge of ordnance, book-keeping,
etc., at $100 a month, aud the drum
major gets the same amount. Cap
taiiH and lieutenants of companies
will get the same pay. Co. E is re
duced from a strength of 84 to(!l.
It was expected the total reduction
would bo not less than $18,000 and
would probably reach .f20,(HK) a
Mr. Einmeliilh asked how the pay
of Lieut. Col. Fisher was put at
only Slit), when Col. Sopor was to
get'oO a mouth.
Mini.ster Damon replied, ftating
I hat great care hud been given to
adjusting tlio salaries. Col. Soper
has an ollico iu the Kxectitivo build-
I iusr and devotes his whole time to
j the service. I.t. Col. Fisher was .
' quite agreeable to tho arrangement. ,
Tho reduction in Major MoLood's
J pay was at his own volition. As a
i matter of fact Id. Col. Fisher had
as yet received nothing. The ollicors
' so far as ho understood agreed to
1 the reduction. ,
.Mr. Emmeluth did not consider
I lie Minister's answer vns HatiHfac
i tory. IWaiiso one man's heart was
1 in his duties, vhile another one stood
for a fat salary, was no reason for
i such a discrepancy, lie knew that
Fisher sacriliced his time and his
money, haing bought his own ac
ciiiitreuiiMits which all tlio other
nllicers hud not done.
Tho matter then dropped.
1 Mr. Hutch read a coiniuuuicatioii
from 1'ie.sideiit Dole, thanking the
Councils for their consideration iu
inleusiiig linn from duty for several
weeks, and announcing that ho vus
' now leady to resume his functions,
lie asked that the Councils should
gin full and impersonal ennsidnra-
lion to the proposition for Hopuiut
iug the olllcos of President aud Miu
isier of Foreign Allah's.
Messrs. liiowu, Kim and Water
1 houxo were appointed a coiuiiiltti'ii
COUNT DE DOUVILLE.
A Distinguished French Orllcial Com
ing to Honolulu.
The San Francisco Chronicle an
nounces the arrival iu that city of
Count do Douvillo. He is a mum-
bar of tho Chamber of Deputies,
representing tho department of ,
Somme, aud was also president of
the Maritime Commission sent to ;
represent the French Government
at tho World's Fair. Count do Dou
villo is iiov on a tour around the
world, and the Chronicle says he
was to leave for the Hawaiian Isl
ands ou the L2th inst. I'robably tiie
19th should have been given, when
tho Mariposa is duo to sail foi Hono
lulu. From hero the Count goes to
Australia, Madagascar, and back
home to Paris.
perfectly solid inside of tent
and clastic, not a hrit
longer than any other
- I I Hi V JL
Tho P. G. band, Proi. liorger.
leader, will play at tho Hawaiian I
Hotel this evening at 7:.'H) o'clock.
Following is the program:
r u r i.
Ovi'iture Semiinmide.. .. II
Comet Solo Hawaii I'oiioi. Mil
Solo h Mr. Charles Kleiner.
Wiiltx-Tout 'Paiis.. .. Wuldtciifcl
lieiiiinisreiiees of Itossini .Oodfie
Kaiitiisiu-The ltivulc. . . . Puttee
Clarinet Solo Autumn I cj . Carl
Sole h Mr. Win. Keogh.
Walt. The Dolls llnier
March M (loseherl . .Sprovuickcr
fS THE WAV
J It. .Station and
II ET WE E.N THE O.
hnencei Aeuilc, One
I Hag containing Clothing. A Miitalih' ic
I ard will lie paid h returning same to
I Poller Station or this Olllce. aill I'.t
Y A Yol'NIi (iEU.MAN AT I'AII.M
lj iug or iiii.s kind of uork ahout a place.
Would invcp't low wages for the sake ol
emphn iiieui. Address "li." this Olllce.
NOTICE OF REMOVAL.
tiavino ui:.movi:i) oms oii'ke
J"L to No. ll.'i Foil hlicet (upsliiiis of
(ioldeu Hiilc llaaan, we are rciu to rc
i eive orderw for Japanese Coal and Ueiieral
K. (Xil'HA A ( ().,
liclieral I oiimiisslou Ageui
Mutual Tel, I17U. P O. In 'l.l.
Honolulu, Oct. in, ls.".i. " l
HALL TO LET
cpllEMilSEIINY DAI. I.
1 on Knit Street. Pu-
-e-nioli given Nuvuliilnir l"l.
'I'lils Is onp nf the hesl and
most Coiuiiioilioiis 1 1 n'l- III town; on eh
lilted up with Modern Coliveiiioiiies Hie.-.
ine i.igiiis.etc m. .s.im:i:sy
s ,'l if
rpin. anm a i. .n;i;riMi k i in
1 iMl. Cn. will I ' held on MuS
DAY Oeloliel ,'M. Ih'li III III 1 M.,nl lie
i olhei'iif . l. Ileiui I. , ,
i il lll.lilil.il
rCS lit Mvnlai).
I'urms a dur.ihl
itetains its ghe
Ite.sists the action of acids and alkalies
hetter i lian any other oil.
Klo freely from Hie Iniisli without run
ning and .spreads ell.
"With llie addition of Litharge, iclds a
hard siirfiue, -uilalilc for tloors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily ith pigments ground in
oil iu paste form.
Hrings out the real shades of the colors
.Hid keeps them unaltered,
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
nev coal tar colors.
Added to varnish greatly improves the
'orkiug of the viirulsli.
Does not darken while lead or any deli
Has greater lind than an other oil.
Iteipiires ono-lhird less pigment than
any other oil.
Can he added to linseed oil and il will
grcatl) improve I lie Unseed,
Can he thinned vitli turpentine,
Hy actual tests, ms outlasted the hi si
Thciefore, i the lcs paini oil ever until-ilfacliircd.
i Direction for Use.
)?f I.ccoi. in every ic-pect in I lie
i -.tine iii.iii ici us you Would linsccil
ml, viih I lie siiiilc cNcuptiou ilcu you
I may .uhl fully oiie-itiartci' nunc l.t -
col. lo the miiiic iiiuiiiiiy id pigmi-nl
1 1 1 nt ii you would uf linsccil.
In using mctiillii', 'riiri i.i n led, the
, oclncs, iiml otlicr ill) pigments, it is
iiilvirialilc to mix up the paint at lca-t
! one day licfiuc il ip to lie iiscil. Ilieu
i it Id a thinl nioic Ll'coi, am the paint
will lie found In t ucr will mill linve
a gniitl glns.
n i:vi:i: ilsk .iapans.
Wlii'ic IiiihI rtiufaccs such as ll'nu,
steps, I'll' , jilt' rcipiimi UM' lilll ilgc
nilly, lli'VCI lc .lllpilllB.
i.i'coi, mixks with VAi:-
75 FORT STREET.75
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT 'I Hi: FAMOUS STOKK OK -
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