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OAHU RAILWAY AND LAND CO.
KltOM AND AFTER JUNK 1, 1893.
To Ewa Mtl.i..
Leave Honolulu .
Leave l'earl City
Arrive Ewa Mill..
Leave Kwa Mill 0:21 10:43
Leave Pearl City 0:55 11:15
Arrive Honolulu 7:30 11:55
A. Saturdays only,
0. SunJnys excepted.
D. Saturdays excepted.
Tidos, Sun and Moon.
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Last QtiuiliT ol tliu union on tlio:llst, ut oil.
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Tlmu Whistle lilnwaut Hi. Jim. 34s. ii.in. of
Honolulu time, which Is the flume us 12h. uni.
(id. of Urceuwlch time.
THE DAILY BULLETIN.
WEDNESDAY, NOV. 1, 1893.
Wkiinksihy, Nov. I.
Stmr Kinau from Maui and Hawaii
Wkdnesihy, Nov. I.
(.' A 8 a WarriiiHMi, Anmilell, lor Victoria,
Juu 8 8 Miike
xoKouama at - p in
Schr Mary K Foster for Mukaweli
Hchr Mahimuhi for Wuialua and Waianae
Vessels Leaving: To-morrow.
Schr Moi Wuliiuo for Kohaia mid Kohola-
Schr Mille Morris for Koolau
Cargoes from Island Forts.
titmr Kinau '620 bags potatoes, 10 bags
corn, 12 baits wool, 1 horse, 10 bales
awa, 60,000 shingles, 21 hogs and l.'if)
From Maui and Hawaii per stmr Kinau,
Nov 1 EK Hendry, H 8 Ycgi, Dr Amiiki,
(J S Kvnneralov. child aud maid. Mr Craw-
uhay, Miss Crawshay, T K Mossman, wife
auu turee uiiuuren; -iiis
F May. Mrs Mc-
children, Mrs J Wilson, O J
i tit, i. A
C Parish, F 1. citoltz, and 3s
For Yokohama, per SB Miike Maru, Nov
1 Kumazo Yauiao aud 8 steerage.
For Maui per stmr Claudluu, Oct 31
Miss Uornwefl, Mis.s Whitney, W 8 Nicoll,
J K Kenton, W llobinsoii; K D Moller, V
McLean, U Sharp.
For Kauai per stmr Iwalaui, Oct 31 F
W Qlade and wife, KJO Bryant and w ife,
H H Wilcox and wife, Carl Woltcrs, Kev
H Isenberg, T H Gibson and wife, A Fries,
8 Chinese, 'AH ou deck and 111 Japanese
For Vancouver, per It M S 8 Wuriimoo,
Nov 1 X F Fernandes, Mrs Kothwell and
a children, Mrs S Knight, Chee Yong
Olioug, A 0 Stollery, Henry Pina, M Lom
ba, H 0 Dunscombe, K P Duuscombe, Mrs
Hear tli, Miss bcurth, Aliss Adams, (;atit 11
Perry, Dr Murray, A Moorecroft, O Grillin
Jus Lyons, W Snrry, A MuKiunon, H T
W..n.n.. M' W Lin.... n.l ..!.... vn :..
Vessels in Port.
UBS Philadelphia, Barker, from t'allao,
U 8 8 Adams, Nelson, from a cruise
8 8 Miowera. Stott, from Sydney
Am bgtne W Q Irwin, Williams, fiom Ban
Haw hk it P liithet, Morrison, from Han
Br schr Norma, Macquariie, from Yoko
hama Am schr Robert Lewers, from Port Hum
ble Am schr Transit, Jorgenseu, from San
Am schr Alohu, Dahul, from San Fran
cisco Uawn bk It P Itltliet, Morrison, from San
Haw bk Andrew Welch, Drew, from San
Nor ship Beaconslield,
Newcastle. N 8 W
Or bk J U Pllugor, Wolter.
Am Yacht Toll
Wii'liman, from Hun
Am schr U 8 Holme?, Johnson, from
Am bk Matilda, riwenseu, from Departure
Am hktne Klikitat, Cutler, from Port
The steamer Kinau arrived from
una Huwull at 6:30 this morning.
The schooner Robert Lowers caiiicoll'iho
Marine Railway this morning and anchor
ed In naval row.
Chief Engineer Fnriiswurtli of tliu tug
Kleu was engaged In putting up the engine
on the new pile driver this morning.
The schooner Mile Morris left for Koo
lau this morning with a loud of lumber,
and had to put buck to purl this afternoon
ou account of the heavy gale blowing out
side. Kepalrs to the bark J. I. Plluger, Mug
at the Fishmurkut whiirf. Is progressing.
The llouriug ou the poop deck Is hulng laid
on, and the fore and main masts are re
The steamship Warrimoo was mmiii rock
ing up and down when cleared of the har
bor this morning. The breakers on the
reef were large and rolling fii'ipiciitly,
while a still' lirccie oil' shore was blowing.
The It. M. 8. 8. Warrimoo, Aruudell
commander, sailed for Vancouver at A
o'clock this morning. The following is a
list of her cargo: '.'7 hdls ahrepskliis. (1 J
Waller; ill luiclis ami lui critics bananas,
Iterates plnea miles, (1 Ljmirgus; '1T1 luiclis
mid 01 crates (minimis, II crates pineapples,
Pearl City Fruit Co; h'JU crates hamulus, 1
box oranges, T W Harvey; 10.' bnelis and
(l.'ll urates hiuiuuas, Campbell, .Marshall A
Co; l-'ca huiKiy, K W Jordan; 'Juuo bags
rice, M H (Irlubaiiiii ,V Co; 1 box silver
ware, J T Watcrliounu; 1st pkgs sundries
ex .Miowera, T J Duvlvt A Co. Duiutotlu
value, 1 t,Uls,'.'3,
LOCAL, AND OENKBAIj NEWB.
Diamond Uontl, 8 p. in. Weather
cloudy, wind light oast.
Honolulu had 62 deaths iu Octo
ber, the highest rate iu fivo yearn.
Pirn Pnlion. T-T. 10. 11 nm ui,,i
. nionod for tliis evening to get their
Cnpt. Wiehman, sailiug master ou
board the yaoht Tolna, left that
By the Miike Maru 97 Japanese,
whoso labor contraots have expired,
embarked for their native land.
Mr. E. II. Hendry, manager of the
Hawaiian Hardware Co., returned
from a business trip to Hawaii on
the steamer Kinau to-day.
Smell of opium fumes "peivades the
atmosphere along the watorfrout
this morning. Along the Oceanic
wharf the smell was pretty stroug.
Tho Post Office despatched by the
S. S. Warrimoo for Vancouver, B. C,
a mail consisting of .1121 letters and
The mail from the Post Office for
theOriout by the S. S. Miike Maru
this afternoon comprised oTi."4 letters
aud 201 papors.
It is expected that a steamer to
replace the Miowora will put in au
appoarance from Australia instead
of British Columbia.
To-day being tho Feast of all
Saints, special services were held iu
the Roman Catholic Cathedral. St.
Louis College attended the services.
There is some talk of another en
tertainment to bo given at tho Y.M.C.
A. hall complimentary to the officers
and men of tho U. S. war vessels in
ThoDunscombe brothers left this
morning on the Canadian Austra
lian steamship Warrimoo for Van
couver, B. C, where they have rela
tions. Tho display of tho Templo of
Fashion iu this paper is only a faint
hint of the display in that emporium
of fresh goods at prices that astonish
tho four uuudred aud oiio.
Several members of tho Myrtle
Boat Club say that tho challenge of
the Healaui Boat Club will be con
sidered at their next regular month
ly meeting on Wednesday next.
Messrs. Hustace & Co. sell coal,
all kinds, in any quantity from a
bag to a ton. They also sell char
coal, firewood and white and black
sand. Consult their card iu this
nTa? rear monthly meotiugof 1
the St. Andrew's Church Association
win De nem iu the at. Andrew's
schoolroom at 7:ii0 o'clock to-morrow
evening. A literary aud musi
cal program will be rendered.
Sam Kaaumoana, second foreman
carpenter at the Kamehameha
Schools, does not wish to be con
founded with another, S. Kaaumoa
na, who was arrested and fined 5J
for drunkenness in the District
Court ou Monday.
Mr. William Foster, ex District
Magistrate, has opened a law office
at I'd Kaahumanu street. His term
as police judge had not expired,
but, having important private atfairs
to conduct, he chose to.rosign before
the end of the term.
A gang of workmen has been at
work within tho past few days ele
vating tho tramways track at tho
lower end of Alakea street. That
portion of Alakea street will soon bo
in the hauds of the Road Supervisor,
hence tho raising of the track to tho
govern inoiit grade.
W. M. Keough, cornet player in
the P. G. band, has caused the nr
rest of tho notorious Jose Ferreira
for using threatening language
against him yesterday. Ferreira
vowed that the bandsman would
never see 'Frisco again and that he
would break his front teeth.
Adachi. a Japanese iu the employ
of G. W. Macfarlane & Co . was ar
rested yesterday afternoon on a
charge of embezzlement within
three mouths past. It is alleged
that Adachi disposed of certain
liquors aud failed to return tho mo
ney, which is supposed to bo quite
a respectable amount.
The Golden Rule, Bazaar emulates
the "early bird" for this year's holi
day season. A mademoisollo of four
asked this morning. "Is Kitmas to
mollow?" and a little bird must have
carried the quor3' to Mr. Reynolds,
for ho is out with the first announce
ment of dolls for the thousand ex
pectant little "play mammas."
A- Japannso laborer signed a con
tract with W. G. Irwin it Co. to work
for threo years on Hakalau planta
tion, Hawaii. After working for
tun mouths the Jap deserted aud,
after being at large for fourteen
mouths, was apprehended by Detec
tive Toinn yesterday, and will b re
turned ou the next steamer.
Edmund Xorrie, editor of the
Holomun, pleaded not guilty in the
District Court to-day, to a charge of
"libol iu the first degree on Thomas
W. llobrou. in Honolulu ou Oct.
27th." Counsel for the defense raised
u certain outuciiou to me uuuriJi),
which was overruled. The case wa
theu remanded until next Tuesday.
Nakaiuiira aud loshihara, the two j
.laps who wero caught smuggling '
eight bottles of gin from tho Japa
nese steamer Miike Maru ou Stiutlny
last, pleaded guilty to the offense iu
tho District Court, aud were sent
enced to pay a lino of J."0 each. The
native who was iu their company at
tho Muni of the arrest was dis
charged. A sailor belonging to the titiiinships
Warrimoo came ou the wharf this
morning to close the shutter of one
of tlinship's port holes, Hu miscalcu
lated the strength required to do the
job, when tliu shutter closing with n
snap sunt him headlong into the
bar, lie caiuu out of it looking like
a d row nod rat, ainiiUt tho laughter
of the bystaudora,
OPIUM BMUOOMNO. ,
Cook of the W. G. Irwin Sentenced
to Fine and Imprisonment.
H. Brady, tho cook of tho brigan
tino "W. G. Irwiu," was sentenced
to six niouths' imprisonment at hard
i laoor auu to pay a uno oi .ouo iu
; the District Court to-day. As will
bo romomborod twenty tins of opium
wnrn found in Brndv'n nuartora ou
1 the vessel on Oct. 23(1, the doy after j
her arrival from tho Coast, and tho '
, cook was arrested for importing .
opium into the Hawaiian Islands, I
! contrary to law. 1
Customs officer Luahiwa testified
to having known Jirauy for over a
year; also to the fact that ho had
been set to watch tho "W. G. Irwiu"
on the date of the finding of tho
opium. Port Survoyor Sanders and.
himself discovered the stuff in a
hollow in tho side of galley. Brady
was present when the soarch was
being made, and turned quite pale
when tho discovery was made.
Port Survoyor Sanders corroborat
ed the evidence of the officor and
also of his being a witness to the
finding of tho opium. He also stat
ed that the dope was found between
the drawers nnd the outside board
ing of the galley house. Tho tins
of opium were exhibited in Court
Captain Williams of the W. G.
Irwiu, gave evidence as to employ
ing a new cabiu boy three days be
fore the vessel left San Francisco.
Tho cook's duties carried him away
from tho galley ofton and the cabin
boy was frequently at work thero.
Witness had a high opinion of de
fendant aud thought he was an hon
est man. The hollow place where
the opium was found was a necessity,
and was constructed when the ship
H. Brady, defendant, testified to
having no Knowledge of the opium
being there aud was surprised at
its discovery. V. V. Ash ford ap
peared for dofondant.
Admiral Skerrett Takes Formal
Leave of the Provisional Gov
ernment. A double team driven by James
Carty was sent to the boat lauding
a little before 11 o'clock this morn
ing to carry Admiral Skerrett aud
his BtaCf, Lieutenants Fox aud Wil
bou, .to the Executive building,
where a farewell reception was to be
given the Admiral and his staff. As
the carriage rolled into the execu
tive building yard four compauies
of the Hawaiian National Guards iu
atationed in front of the buiidiug,
,,ru0l11foH nn,i whiln tU. P a i.,7l
ti m r n fl s f l mnH .lfil rxnrl nitn
played, "The Star Spangled Banner."
The Admiral and stall wore met by
Major G. C. Potter, aidecamp to
President Dole, at the top of the
steps, aud escorted to the gold
room, upstairs, adjoining the Foreign
In the gold room wero assembled
President S. B. Dole, Vice-President
F. M. Hatch, aud Ministers Damon,
Smith aud King, aud Colouel J. H.
Sopor, commander of the forces.
Admiral Skerrett said that he had
come to take his farewell, as he in
tended leaving on Monday next for
San Francisco. President Dole re
plied, extending the good wishes of
the Provisional Government, and,
after a chat with the Cabinet, Ad
miral Skerrott took his leave. The
ceremony was very short, occupying
no more than three minutes. The
Admiral passed down tho steps aud
into his carriage aud a similar per
formance by the baud and guards,
as at the arrival, ended the recep
tion. Two of the companies retired
to the barracks, and two to Palace
Square for drill.
Admiral Skorrett leaves on the S.
S. China due to arrive here ou Mon
day from the Orient on route to San
SPAT BETWEEN EDITORS.
Incident of Personal Journalism
in the Tropics.
Mr. Arthur Johnstone, editor of
the Advertiser, and Mr. Edmund
Norrio, actiug iu a similar capacity
ou the Holomua, met on Kiug street
yesterday afternoou. Tho Advor
tisor man's eyes flashed fire, and it
was evident that ho meant Bome
thiug. He began by upbraiding
Norrie for putting his name in such
a way in the Holomua as to reflect
ou his wife. Tho Holomua editor re
plied that it was only a matter of
lit for tat. His (Nome's) wife was
a half-white and the Advertiser edi
tor had been aud was running that
class down. After a display of each
other's ability iu a "war of words,"
the Advertiser man gavo a parting
threat that he would fill Norrie with
lead if tho latter persisted in "plac
ing" with his name.
Ask Your Friends
Who have taken Hood's Sarsaparilla
what they think of it, and the re-
plies will he positive in its favor.
Simply what Hood's Sarsaparilla
1 dims, that tolls tho storv of its me
rit. One has boon cured of indiges
tion or dyspepsia, another finds it
indispeiisuble for sick headache or
biliousness, while others report re
I inarkablo cures of scrofula, catarrh,
rheumatism, salt rheum, etc.
Hood's Pills are purely vegetable.
Fire Police! Attention!!
MEEIINH OF THE FIRE POLICE
ouitiauv will he held at the Hall of
tliu lain Hook it Uililer Company THIS
l; KM.NU fur the pin pose ot winding
the Company's a II airs. Come one and
and gel jour "divy."
AlliillSKt M-I.AH AN'II Nmmhi Pl'HI.IC,
No. 13 Kuuliiunuuurit., Honolulu,
JamcB 'Ilebcr Dorman
of Bhy Beaver, .
Cured of Scrofula
The People will have Hood's
Str. Vortnan'B Experience
"My boy, now o years old, had Scrofula In
on ty from the time he wa a baby; dlscbarc-
lng all the time. Ot late we have been giving
him Hood's Bnrsannrllla, aud it ha done all
that medicine can do. The Pcrofula has disap
peared, ana his ey Is healed up and well. I I
fully believe Hood's Barsaparllla Is tha best
medicine In the market I keep o general store,
ami it is not a trick to sell Hood's Harsaparuia
for the people will have IU 1 sell more ot
Hood's Sarsap&rtlla than all other mcdlclrm
together and tho store would not be ooznpleu
Hood's x Cures
without It My wife lias also been entirely
eured of Srrofula by llool's .S.Tsaparllla, and I
am hearuiy thankful for what It lias done (or
us." Jon DonMAN, Shy nearer, Pa.
HOOD'S PILL8U tha but f tor-dinner Pills,
utlat dlgtttloa. our bstiUch. Try a box. 230.
HOmtON, NEWMAN CO.,
Agents for Hawaiian Islands.
By Jas. F. Morgan.
AUCTION SALE OP
Household -:- Furniture
Itv nrdnr of thi tfuuiiorHri' Ailniiuistrntnr
of the estate of P. Ol'HKKGEIr, deceased,
I will sell at Public
Auction at the resi-
deuce Pauoa Valley,
ON FRIDAY, NOV. 3rd
AT 10 O'CLOCK A
Household Furniture, com
WESTERMEYER : PIANO!
in good order.
Black Wnlnut Center Table,
Carved B W Parlor 8et, leather Uphol
stered, 3- Light Chandelier.
Lnrge Bevelled Mirror.
Large Center Rug, Lounge.
Large B. Iff. Wardrobe
B W Chiflbnier, Koa Bedsteads,
1 Household Scwlnc Machine.
B W Kxton-ion Dining Table,
It W Dining Chairs, B W Sideboard,
Refrigerator, Meat Safe,
Crockery and Ulassware,
Kitchen Stove aud UtenIN,
1 HALL'S SAFE
1 Full Set HAWAIIAN FERNS,
South Sea Armor and S ear,
1 TOP BUGGY
2 Sets Single Harness, etc., etc.
for inspection on
THURSDAY, Nov. 2nd
rpKNDBKS ARK INVITKD FOR THK
JL construction of two Wooden P ntooni,
in accordance with plans and specillcations
to be seen at the otUce of the undersigned.
No guarantee is given that the lowest or
any tender will be accepted.
i nrju. is. ijii w'.b a; iu
October 30th, lSltt.
T'(l FURNIBHED ROOMS AND
X Kitchen at 10.1 Fort Street. S(l)-:!t
DURING MY ABSENCE FROM THIS
Kingdom Mr. W. Lishman will hold
my lHiwur of attorney.
O. W. MACFARLANE.
Honolulu, Oct. III. IS'.U. soo-lw
ELECTION OF OFFICERS.
AT THE ANNUAL MEETING OF
the Stockholders of the Wtilunao
Company, held this date, the following
f cntleiueu wero duly elected to serve us of
ficers for the ensuing year:
H. A. Wideiuaun .. . President.
0. N. Wilcox ... Vico-President.
C, O. Berger Secretary and Treasurer.
J. M. Dowsett ... . Auditor.
C. O. BERGER, Secretary.
Honolulu, Oct. ), IS',13. hd-lw
Notice to Tenants!
vrOTIOK IS HEREBY GIVEN TO ALL
xi persons living as imams on lanus ih
longing to the Estate of the late King Kafti
kaua, as well as on lands belonging to the
tinderrigucd aud timer of David Kawaua- ;
nakim and J. Kalaniananle, for wh'ch ar- ,
rungements have been made liPtween them
and Mr. J Paukaiila, that payments of
rmil must hereafter be made to mo person
ally. When malting payment It is re
quested that tenant- bring copies of their
leases and the last rcerlpt received by
them. It Is uIho the wish of the under
signed to meet and confer with tenants on
the tlrst day of every mouth for six months,
beginning October HI, I bin, and ending
April 1(1. Ih'll.
0T Olllre at Honuakalia.
Honolulu, Oct. HI, lb').t. S.V(-lm
"Sans Souci" Hotel
Waikiki, : :
If iiinjone druirt meh otd-famimu it
tlliiijis nirotr. ternrrtj, quiet I pur air,
t'lenr f toifr, yowl fund, and hmvfitlji
mitHfts hunt nut bfforr Itln eir every
eveniiHj over the I'ueijlc and the dintant
hillit uf ll'iii'iiKic, rerummeitd hint cur
tlially lathe" San Suuvi."
iioiih'itr i.oris urK't:.so..
T. A. HIMPHO.S,
IS THE BEST
perfectly colli! Inside of twenty
Forms a durable
ind ela lli', not a brlW
Retains Its gloss longer than any other
Resists tliu action of acids and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreadR well.
With the addition of 'Litharge, yields it
hard surface, suitable for lloors, steps, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground In
oil in paste form.
Brings out tho real shades of the colors
ami Keeps tliem unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most dellc utt- of the
i now coal tar colors.
I Added to varnish greatly Improves tho
I working of the varnish.
j Does not darken white lend or any dell
, catu colors.
' Has greater body than any other oil.
less pigment than
any oilier on.
i Can be added to linseed oil and It will
1 greatly improve the linseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By actual tests, lias outlasted the best
I linseed oil.
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever maii
Direction, for Use.
Use Lucoi. in every respect in the
same manner us yon would linseed
oil, with tin single exception thai you
may add fully one-quarter more Lu
col to tho same quantity of pigment
i than von would of linseed.
i In using metallic, Venetian red, the
' ochres, and other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the paint at lcusl
t one day before it is to lie used, then
1 add a third more Lucol and the paint
1 will bo found to cover well autl have
J a good gloss.
' NEVER USE JAPANS.
Where hard surfaces such as lloors,
' steps, etc., are required use litharge
j only, never use Japans.
' LUCOL MIXES WITH VAll
NISHES ' and assists their working and im
proves their appearance nt'T TIIKY
K1IOUL1I HK USED SAMK HAY THKY AKK
otherwise the mini of tliu v.tr-
e precipitated or the mix-
I tine curttieti.
The addition of from to of l.V-
j col to varnishes does not reduce their
I hi -Ire nor retard their hardening and
drying and it prevents their cracking.
Agents for tbe Hawaiian Islands
Xo Lot or Loaso.
BOOMS TO LET.
WO FURNISHED ROOMS FOR (BN-
tlemenalNo. 1 Harden Lane. Wi-tf
NE OF THRKE NEW
Cottages on corner of
Fort and School Streets.
Aiinlv on the nremises. or
j at Frank Brown's store, Merchant Street.
KW HOUSE OK FIVE
rooms, on Magazine
street, with Bathroom, pat
ent W . ('.. etc. Commands
one of the finest views in Honolulu.
to (177-tf) J. M. VIVAS
REAL ESTATE FOR SALE.
7 VALUABLE PIECES OF
I improved ProM'ity, located
iu dillerent parts ol the City of
Honolulu; an bargain.-
for full particulars to
. J. I ARTWRIGHT.
niE RESIDENCE AND
dcr's Avenue, below Ltllia
lllo Home, and owned bv
the undersigned, is for sale on advantage
ous terms. Apply to
HM-tlm At W. S. Luce, Merchant St.
Premises ontsislte the
Makiki Reserve, recently
oiTUtiied bv Mr. Charles
Creightou, The grounds are spacious, and
well shaded with Ornamental and Fruit
Trees, oult a minute's walk to Tramways.
The llulldfugs will bo put In ihoiough re
pair to suit the wishes of a good tenant.
For further particulars, apjily to
Trustee for Mrs, Murv m. I.v.'j.
Real Estate Agency
No. 010 Fort Street.
1 House on
1 House on
1 btoru under the "Arlington,
1 .Store on Ntliiautl street,
'1 Houses on Ilerctunla street.
'2 Houses ou Fort street.
House and lol
on HereliuiU street near
bit 'Jim feet frontage and
I IU feet dee 1 1.
beurul Dimirublv Resldeuies at llrsl-
I Retldultce on luTluuulu atreet,
0. K. 110 A RDM AN,
1. S. SA.GHS
"fOPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,"
BBO Fort Strisst, Honolulu,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HANI) AN EXTENSIVE ASSORTMENT OF
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO SECOND-HAND OR DAMAGED GOODS KEPT ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotal Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BELL TELEPHONE 52ft. -n OT MUTUAL TELEPHONE Ilia.
3MC. S. LJES"V2
75 FORT STREET
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale.
PRICES ARE MARKED IN THE WINDOW.
AT THE FAMOU8 8TORE OF
IB. ZF EUXjEIS Sc oo.
BOS da B 1 1 FORT STR.B3B3T.
Oa,n.to:n. Wash Fabrios !
A handsome Cotton Fabric New Htvles thh oeiiMin; the etlects are fac-similes of I'lilim
.Silks, to see them un-Hils to appreciate them.
Bilk litiisb Just out ; real French designs lire the tiuesl and the craze of the season
Oashmere Sublimes SO
One of the handsomest Wash Muterials this season entirely new and
fur tlic price has no equal,
"Wlaite Lawns and IDimity I
in Plain, Htri,nil and Checked III great variety.
IW, Dretuuuaklug Under the Uanagement of MRS. RENNER. J&
Royal Insurance Company
uThe Largest in the World."
Assets January 1, 1892, : : -$42,432,174.00
tW Fire rlbksou all kind of llimraiice I'topirtv taken at IMrtent Itlski by
of New Goods !
Etc., Etc, Etc.
lyHtn fiit the Hnoiitluii UlkUtll,