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SATU11DAY, NOV. -i, 189!), '
Haiuiway, Nov. 4.
Stmr C H llishon from Kiiunl
Ml inr Junius Makce from Kuimt
SS Australia, lloudlctn', (todays from San
LOOAL AND GENERAL NEWS.
Tho Arlington billiard parlors nru
a popular resort.
Diamond Hoad, 12 in. Wont her
cloudy, wind light oast.
Mr. J. M. Monsarrnl ndvurtisos
for olahns against Edmund Hart.
Z. S. Spalding of Koalia,
is back from abroad looking
Cargoes from Island Forts.
Per stmr Kuala '.'uVi lmj;s rluo, llul bans
Per stmr 0 It Ilinhop -2!ou ban suutir.
Per stmr Jus Mukue 1710 bug-, paddy, 4S7
From Kutiui, par stmr Jit Makee, Nov -1
K C Dove and 6 duck.
From Sim Kranotsuo, per S S Australia,
Nov-1 Mrs 0 Along and 2 children, Miss
M Along, ltov Kdward K linker, .Mrs 0 U
Bishop ami daughter, .1 S llroomhead, K
U Utilkley, J K lSurkutt und wife, .Miss N
Bums, .Mrs K S Ounha und '.! children, K ('
Damon, Theo H Dnvies und son, 'f M
Datte and wifo, l)r 11 Kriedlander, J Kried
landor, Mrs i V Fuller, Miss (iillilund,
Mrs 11 Urcun, Muster llritlln. Mrs Hugh
Guun, Miss Kdna Ottnn, Mastur Dunn,
Miss Uuuuegliun, Miss Heilhrun, John
Hind, wife und child, (Ion (1 T C llcgge,
llev (.' M Hyde and wife, M .1 Keelln, .Mrs
J J Kui-dur, l)r I'ranz Kroneckcr, Mrs
Mury Clement l.envilt, Mrs l.ederer, two
ituughters und infunt. Fred Lewis, Kev
Father l.eoimre, I)i K A I.undy, Capt V
MatMin, wife and ehlld, F V Mct'liesnoy,
Miss A McDonald, Mis 1. H MeHwrn, Mrs
F 15 MeStucker, A Mourn, wife and infant,
T C Morris, Mrs .1 Moit Oat. J F O'Connor,
Win O 1'eakc, H 11 Kenton, Jll liiekuiit,
Miss M Kicktird, Miss X Itlukurd, J Kul.cn
stein, T J Myur, .1 K Snillh, A I) Sliepunl.
Mrs K Wutigunhului, Miss Wangenliciiu,
0 Wugenheliu. H lloth, wifu unit 2 chil
dren, ' an, Kaehs und wife, Suo A Scott und
wife, Col V. S Spulding, Mrsriturdcvuntuud
ehlld, H H Stover, WUIielm Stieuerwall,
JSStrow, Mrs 1) Strow, Mrs D Tuvlor,
Mrs H K Tcrrv, Mrs Klla TIiiruv, II S
Tregloun, 11 Wedding, Hon Alberts Willi-,
wife und child, U S Minister to Hawaii, Dr
J M Whitn. v and wifo, Harry H Wililer,
W 0 Wilder and wile, Kiwign A l.Willard.
The 1-musted schooner Alice Cooke ar
rivod ut Port Gamble, on October 25th, and
will loud lumber nt that port for-Honolulu.
The German b.irks Paul Ncubcrg ami .1.
0. Plluger which recent I v arrived here
from Kurojie, have been ordered to Hun
The Hawaiian ships Hawaiian Isles and
John Etui, und tho German ship Terpis
chore were loudiug ut Xocaslle lor Hono
lulu at last reports.
The libel of tho frown Distillery against
the Murv Winkelman for ifl3!).' lias been
Uitinisse'd by the United Btntes District
Court. The action crew out of the loss of
llijuor shipped to Honolulu.
The Albert carries inii'ellnncous mer
chandise to Honolulu from San Francisco
valued at P7.0U0, including MJiri bbls tlour,
1!0,U00 lbs bread, s tons rolled barley, "0O
bales hay, L'oO cs coal oil and moderate
lines of groceries.
Tho S. H. Australia, H. l Hoiidlette,
commander, arrived this morning from
bun FiaucUco. The following is u memo.
of her voyage: Left Sun Francisco, Oct.
28, 1893, at 2 p. m with 1U1 cabin and :il
steerage passengers unil 27 bags of mail.
Experienced tine weather throughout thu
voyage and arrived nl Honolulu, Nov. 1 at
8:30 u. m.
Jtumumher tho 1 B. A: L. Asso
ciation's monthly mooting on Mon
Giinoral G. T. C Hoggo, a retired
British army mau, arrived on thu S.
o. Australia to-ilay to spumi a vaca
tion. Don't forgot tho social and dance
by tho Sons of St. Gt'orgo on Mon
day uight at tho K. of 1 hall, Fort
There, will bo a match gamo be
tween the Mouolulus and Punahuus
on tho college grounds this after
noon at 1:.'M) o'clock.
Mr. Theo. H. Davies and son wore
passengers on tho Australia to-day
from tho Coast. Thoy are quartered
in tho Hawaiian Hotel.
Members of tho P. B. L. Asso
ciation may pay their dues at the
rooms of tho Chamber of Commerce
from ii to f this afternoon.
The provortimout diver was en
gaged this morning in bringing tip
pieces of rock Irotn tue shattered
coral at Brewer's wharf.
Mr. Nolte has luscious oysters on
ice, as usual ou tho arrival of tho
Australia, which will bo served any
style at the Beaver lunch saloon.
Engineer Scott, of Makawoli, Kau
ai, is still suffering from the effects
of tho fall ho had a few days ago.
It is feared that his brain has been
W. Ernst, chief oflieor on the S.
S. Australia, has resigned prepara-tor3-
to opening a restaurant in San
Francisco. His place has been taken
by Mr. Scott.
Tho Australia will return to San
Francisco uoxt Saturday. Through
tickets to all points in tho United
States are for sale by the agents, W.
G. Irwin fc Co., Ld.
Tho match race between six oared
"greonhaud" crows of tho Myrtle
boat club will take place at 1:.'!0
o'clock this afternoon, notwithstand
ing a report to tho contrary.
About !)::i0 o'clock this morning,
shortly after tho arrival of tho S. S.
Australia, six boxes ol ammunition
aud about sixty rifles were taken
into the Police Station basement.
THE JAPANESE FETE.
Demonstration in the Evening Fol
lows the Diplomatic Reception.
President Dole sent Jus regrets to
Mr. Fujii, Cousul-Gonoral of Japan,
yesterday. Ho was, however, repre
sented by his aide aud secretary,
M-j- (. Potter. Ministers S. M.
Damon and NN'.O. amituwoit,. ..
the callers. In the program played
by the P. G. baud, tho Japanese an
them was the lirst and uoxt to tho
last number, Hawaii Pouoi being as
usual tho finale. Mr. Fujii received
the visitors in courtly but cordial
style, greatly increasing the popu
larity he alreadj' enjoys, as attested
by the general attendance of lead
ing citizens at tho reception.
A largo number of Japanese resi
dents gathered at the Beretnnia
street armory last evening, to wit
ness tho conclusion of their holi
day's program. The interior of tho
armory was beautifully decorated
with flags of all nationalities, gar
lands of evergreens hanging on tho
walls aud the ceilings, while on the
exterior lanterns of various colors
were suspended ou ropes with ends
fastened to telephone posts on the
opposite side of tho street.
ltov. K. Oku presided at the
meeting. Mr. Saburo Fujii, M. 1.
J.M.'s Diplomatic Agent aud Con-sul-Geuoral,
opened the meeting
with a speech in the Japanese lan
guage aud tho reading of thu Em
peror's message to his stibjocts in
Hawaii. Other speakers followed
in patriotic strains, tho P G. baud
filling tho gaps between speeches.
Among tho speakers wore Messrs.
Sujujama, Aoki, Uchida, Ono, Fu
ruya and others. The pleasant affair
came to a termination at '.) o'clock,
at which time eatables and drink
ables were served out to the largo
crowd present. Tho meeting
throughout was both orderly anil
The Hawaiian National band will
not play at tho Hotel this evening,
but will give a complimentary con
cert to Minister Willis, wife and son
at the haino place ou Monday even
ing. Hollister & Co., the leading drug
gists, have just received the largest
assortment of brushes ever imported
into the islands. If you require
anything in that line, give them a
Miss YVaugenheiui, a passenger on
the Australia, fell from tho upper
deck of that steamer downstairs yes
terday morning suffering injuries to
her face aud head. She came hero
to bo married.
1 STAR FOR HAWAII.
Statehood for tbe Islands Un-
Inference from a Talk With President
San Fianel-co Chronicle, Oct. is.
Tho inference drawn from a talk
with Albert S. Willis, the Miuistor
to Hawaii, is that the islands will
not bo annexed during Prosidout
Minister Willis arrived on tho
overland train yesterday aud regis
tered at tho Occidental Hotel. Ho
is accompanied by Mrs. Willis and
thoir little boy.
As a diplomat accredited to a
foreign land ho was very guarded iu
his statements as to the policy
which this Government would pur
sue toward Hawaii.
When askod if it would not soon
be necessary for President Cleveland
to announce his policy with refer
ence to the Hawaiian Islands, Minis
ter illis replied that the time was
near at hand so uoar, in fact, that
tho decision of President Cleveland
would probably bo mado known
upon his arrival iu Honolulu.
Miuistor Willis carries definite in
structions on the annexation ques
tion, aud as he and his family intend
to reside iu thu Hawaiiau Islands for
nu extended period, going there
witii tho appointment of Minister,
it is evident that the instructions .
are adverse to the hopes of the on- '
-Mr. Willis declined to mako a
statement with reference to the
Washington despatch which stated i
that President Cleveland favored a
''I know that tho feeling on this
coast is st roiigly iu favor of annexa
tion," said he. "The commercial re
lations between San Francisco aud
Honolulu are such that annexation
must have ardent advocates in this
city. Thou tho desirability of the
possession of the islands for naval
purposes appeals strongly to many
Americans. As the accredited Min
ister, however, it would be' unwise
for me to outline in advance the
policy which the American Govern
ment may pursue toward Hawaii."
Mr. Willis has lontr been a resi
dent of Louisville, Ky. Ho was born
iu Shelby couuty, that State, on Jan
uary 22, 1813. His early education
was received in tho commou schools
of Kentucky. Ho graduated at the
Louisville Male High School in 18RU.
For four years ho taught school, and
in the intervals of his employment
studied law, graduating from the
Louisville Law School in 1866. He
was elected Attorney of Jefferson
couuty, of which Louisville is tho
county soatj in 1870. In 1872 ho
canvassed his State in the interest
of the Democracy, and served as a
presidential elector ou tho Demo
cratic ticket. Iu 187-1 ho was re
elected Attorney of Jefferson coun
TRYING A BOMB.
How Portuguoso BoyB Alarmed a
On Thursday night hut two
Portuguoso lads tried an exporimout
with a Chinese bomb. Thoy wanted
to Bee how high its explosion would
throw a stone. Tho sons of Portu
gal burned tho bomb about an inch
undor ground on Punchbowl slopes, ,
near tho bridge above Auwaiolimu,
and put a stone over it. Then thoy
lit the fuso and off she wont. The
explosion cousod tho stone to lly
into the air, iu its descent striking
on tho roof of a native's house. The
crash on tho roof aroused tho in
mates, and thoy could not make out
for some time what tho cause of the
IS THE BEST
This Space is Reserved
perfectly solid Inside of twenty
FOR Tl 110-
rackot was. Ono native said that ho I "
thought there was some shooting
down town aud a cannon had been
fired. Ou comiug out, however, t he
natives saw tho Portuguese lads, aud
learned from them that it was only
a "lark." Thoy had only been test
ing tho strength of bomb. Tho
natives threatened to havo the
Portuguese arrested, but changed
their minds ou fiudiug that no seri
ous damage had been done to tho
Forms a durable
Itetnins Its gloss
and cln tic, not a brlt
longer than any other
HOAtUI.l -On Vineyard street.
Is93, to the wife of Mr. 1. K.
HeslstM the action of adds and alkalies
better than any other oil.
Flows freely from the brush without run
ning and spreads well.
With the addition of Litharge, yields a
hard .surface, suitable for lloors, stops, etc.
Mixes readily with pigments ground iu
oil iu paste form.
Brines out the real shades of the colors
and keeps them unaltered.
Is a solvent for the most delicate of the
new coal tnr colors.
Announcement of New Goods !
Added to varnish greatly
working of the varnlsdi.
Does not darken white
lead or any dell-
Short Broath, Heart Trouble, Rhou-matlsm.
Sirs. Im 31. Paine
Kafllo Creek, Oregon.
ty, and served in that capacity until
Two native boat bovs were eu- ".'V"1, lo lllu iroru-nrtu Congress.
gaged this morning to work as a
part of tho crew on board the j-achl
RUNAWAY BRAVELY 8X0PPED.
An Activo and Bold Folicoman Saves
u Lady from Great Foril.
Whilo Mrs. Norrie was driving
into town, about H:l o'clock yester
day afternoon, the horse bolted near
hiugers oakery. I no ladv lost all
control of the animal and" the vehi
cle narrowly escaped collision with
telephone poles along tho road.
Police officer Kailinuu, who was go
ing out, saw the runuway anil wheel
iug his horr gave chahe. Near the
Kawaiahao seminary he had ap
proached so closely that he thought
he would attempt "to slop the run
away ou foot. Consequently he got
off and running at mil spee'd jump
ed into thu carriage mid nei.itig the
reins brought tho animal to a dead
stop, It was a narrow escape and a
brave rescue. If tho runaway had
continued its career there is no say
ing what might have happened. The
bravery of the ollicer is commend
able. Aflerthu runaway was stop
pud thu policeman drove the vehicle
to thu residence of Mr. Samuel
Parker, where Mrs. Nortie resides.
Kvrry ((nrripllim oJUII lHI.TIXU
Junta! the Hull, (in OjfWt.
Tolna for her intended trip to Hilo.
Ono of the white sailors who left the
yacht had been engaged in tho
Says the S. F. Chronicle of a late
date: A lino 18-foot steam luum-h
has just been constructed by Boat
builder Geo. W. Kueass of this city,
which is said to bo for tho Custom
House authorities at Honolulu. The
launch will be shipped on tho brig
J. D. Spjockols.
A large colored lithograph, show
ing the "White Squadron" at oa, is
exhibited in a window on Fort
street. The vessels in the squadron
are the battleship Massachusetts,
tho armored cruiser Now York, and
tho cruisers Philadelphia, San Fran
cisco anil Newark. 1 he picture at
tracts large crowds of onlookers.
The communion wino of St. An
drew's Cathedral was stoled from
tho locker in tho church some timo
between Sunday night and Monday
morning. The thief got through
the window, opened the locker aud
took out the demijohn of wine. He
poured some 'of thu liquid into a
silver cup, drained it aud took the
demijohn, walking out tho front
ARRIVAL OF THE AUSTRALIA.
She Brings Many Old Acquaintances
and tho U. S. Minister.
Tho arrival of the S.S.Australia
from San Francisco this mornin
brought to the Oceanic wharf s
an iinprecedetitcdly large crowd of
people that moving space on the
dock was at a premium. As the
steamer approached the wharf the
familiar face.-, of many Honoltiluaus
standing ou tho upper decks im
parted pleasing impressions upon
their friends aud relatives, while the
rest of the surging mass were
anxious to catch a glimpse of ihe
new American Minister to Hawaii,
the Hon. Albert S. Willis, aud in
quiries as to whether or not he had
arrived were heard on every lip. It
did not take very long, however, to
find out that he was ou board, and
no sooner had he lauded than the
crowd followed iu his wake, some
dilllculty being experienced by the
customs guards at the gale iu pro
viding an outlet large enough for
their exit. In a few moment the
He was returned to the Forty-sixth,
Forty-sovouth, Forty-eighth aud
Forty-ninth Congresses as a Demo
crat, and during Speaker Carlisle's
regime lillod tho important post of
chairmau of the Committee ou
Rivers and Harbors.
Mr. Willis enjoys the distinction
of being ono of tho first if not tho
first Representative iu Congress
from a State Fast of the Mississippi
to come out strongly against Chi
His speech, iu which he recited
the troubles with the red' man aud
tho black man and ploaded with
Congress not to cause another great
racial question to arise by the fur
ther admission of the yellow man to
this country, mado him many friends
ou thin coast.
In speaking of tho subject of im
migration last eveuiufr he said: "1
I began the study of the questiou re
lating to Cuiuese immigration with
a prejudice in favor of the Chinese.
1 thought that the anti-Chinese
views were inspired by the saudlot
and shared by hoodlums only. I
soon became convinced of uiy error.
1 saw that 1 was entirety wrong aud
1 reported the bill to the House of
Representatives limiting the num
ber of Chinese which a vessel might
bring to this country to fifteeu.
This bill was vetoed by President
Cleveland, I think our immigra
tion laws should be more rigid. We
need to exclude many of the immi
grants from ISurope as well as tho
Chinese. Wo do not want people in
this country who will not American
ize." This is the first visit of Miuistor
Willis to the West and he says he is
ashamed of tho fact.
"J have been to Europe several
times," said ho, "but I have mar
veled more at what I have seen ou
my trip from Washington to this
city than I can tell. 1 had no idea
of the grandeur of the Hocky moun
tains and the Sierra. There is noth
ing which I have seen in European
scenery to compare with them. It
would be much wiser for the Ameri
can citizen to take his family out
West than to visit Europe."
Minister Willis aud family will
leae ou the find steamer for Hawaii.
"I hare Ilrerl here In Oregon for tbe put
twenty )ea, and most of tho Ume hare been a '
very great tufleror from Inflammatory
rhraualbm. 1 havo &so badwbatthe doctor
called heart dlieaie, with ihnrtneis of breath I
and iharp puliu In tbe left side. I decided to take
Hood's Bamparlllu, anil before I bad finished
three bottles I was In bolter licaltli than I had
been for years. I do not have any pain now.
sleep well, aud to-day no woman of my age
Enjoys Bottor Health
than I. At home on tbe ranch t not nidy attend
to my family hoiisowork, but lost summer I
cared for and milked tour cows- I do not feel
that I can say halt enough In praise ot
Mus. M. PAim:, I'-agle Creek, Oregon.
Hood's Pills are prompt njid efficient, yet
easy la action. Bold by all drujslsta. 25c
HOIJRON, NEWMAN t I'O.,
Agents for Hawaiian Isdaiidn.
Golden Rule Bazaar.
Has greater body than uny other oil.
lteiuiros one-third Iubh pigment than
any other oil.
Can be added to linseed oil and it will
greatly improve, the Unseed.
Can be thinned with turpentine.
By aetiiul tvsts, has outlasted the best
Therefore, is the best paint oil ever timn
Direction for Use.
Uru Lucoi. in every respect in the
stone manner us you would linseed
oil, with the single exception thai, you
may iiihl fully one-quarter more Lit
ooi. to the siune quantity of pigment
than you would of linseed.
I u lining metallic, Venetian led, the
ochres, und other dry pigments, it is
advisable to mix up the ptiiut at lcuet
one day before it is to he used, then
add u thiid more Lt'ooi. and the paint
will lie fun ml to cover well and have
a good glusb.
N'EVKK USE JAPANS.
I Where hard surfaces Mich n liners,
' steps, etc., aie required use litharge
i only, never ums Japans.
bUUOl. M1XKS WITH VARNISHES
POPULAR MILLINERY HOUSE,
UBO Fort Streot, Honolulu,
GRAND OT EN ING
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
Furniture, Upholstery Cabinet Making
ON HAND AN KXTKNKIVK AhhiillTMKNT OK
and assists their winking and im
proves their appearance nur thkv
KlIOUI.ll UK IISKl) SAMK DAY THKV A.KK
MIXKD, ollierwice the gum of the var
uUh may he precipitated or the mix
The addition of from to of l,e
col. to vurnihi'.s does not leduce theii
lu-tre nor ivlurd their hardening aud
drying and it prevent tin ir clacking.
m i juj,i jr2ft)e
Etc., Etc., Etc.
Agents for the Hawaiian Isiands
W. F. REYNOLDS. Prop.
To Let or Lease.
Wardrobes, Mattrasses, Pillows, Etc., Made to Order.
NO yKlH)Nl)-HANl OK DAMAliKM 0001)8 KKl'T ON HAND
ORDWAY & PORTER,
Robinson Block, Hotel Street, oppo. Bethel Street.
BKLL, TEI.Kl'HONK 625.
MUTUAL TKl.Kl'HONK tWi.
-WO UNKt'KNISUKI) ItOOMS AND
Kitflieii at lll'l Kurt .Street. WW-1
ROOMS TO LET.
TSL. S. LE3V1T
5 FORT STREET'7
MVO l'UKNlSHED ItOOMS l'Olt GEV-
tlemen at Nu. I Uimlen l.une. "Nl'itf
To the Ladies of
TKV HOU8K OK KIVK
1A rooms, on Mugnzine
et, with Ilntliroom, imt-
ent W. 0.. et Counimnuti
one of tlvn (Incut views in Honolulu.
to (477-tf) J. M. VIVAS
REAL ESTATE FOB SALE.
7 VALPAHI.K PIECES UK
I improved Proiiurtv, locaU'tl
iu (lill'urent imrt.i of the City uf
Honolulu; all bargain,
for full iMirtienlar.- to
I llltl'ii: A A. J. CAItTWMtlliHT.
i " " ' ""
' FOB SALE
j rpHK ltKKIDKNCK AND
L Lot kltuulvJ on Wil
I ilpr'B Avenue, below l.uiiii-
III,. LI .....I .........I l.t,
t ll.U &1I1IIID. (.1,11 WI...114 UJ VVBiC
thu iimlerHigueil, is for bulu on advantage
! oils terms. Apply Ut
I S'il-'Ji" 1 V. H. I.iich. Merchant Ht,
Doll Bodies!! a'
Havf urrivud o au to enable
you to divan tlieiu for Cbrifrt-
ELECTION OF OFFIOEBS.
T THK ANNUAL MEETING OK
the btoukholiinrN of the Viiinuau
tompauy, held thin date, the foliovviiu;
ventlemun woio duly elected lo servo us of-
llcorn for the ennulnjj year.
H. A. Widemuiin 1'r.Hdciit.
(J. N. Wilcox. Vice Pretfileiu.
t'. 0. Herder Heer-lnrv und Trenniirur.
.1. M. Dowfclt . . Auditor.
V. 0. ltEKdEU.Heenitarx.
Honolulu, Dm. .'ID, Ic'.i.'i. "iW-ln
Notice to Tenants!
and Table Covers
WILL BE SOLD ON SATURDAY AT
The Clearance Sale
PRICES ARE MARRED IN THE WINDOW.
Of lioud'n SnrMiptirillfi in nlwnyi
within tlui bounds of nmson huuuum)
it trim; it nlwnyH nppimls to thu
Ktilxtr commou Houxuof thinking poo-
pln biicumm it tatrutt; mid it ih al-
a nicer and better wleeted
Stock baH not
There is a
been offered in
now .MliUMur, HUH IH wnn '""I I iiyn mil kiiimuiiiiiiiiuii uy unuiirhn
ohilil. atvoiuimiiii'it Cumuil-Uun , inuutn which in thu fliuiucinl world
itral Millri. unt intuik hiicli urn i rovo i would ho nccoiitiid without n mo
up town, tho crowd luiMirolv wniul
inj,' tlinir wro ia tlm xiiiuu direction,
anil thu ilnol( once mom ruuiucd
tlm inouutouous impcot of bualucnH
IIuoiI'm 1'illn euro livui ilh, coimti.
pillion, bilioudUiMK, Jaundice, tick
Real Hair Dolls !
XTOTIl'E IR HKUKItY lilVKNTO AU.
i pori-oui- living us teimnth on laudn he
loiiKilit; to thu KhUUo of thu latu KiliK Kala
kauu, art well as on hinds iHiloneJnji to the
iindeni;iitd and lliosm of liiiviil Havuuiu-
nuhim ana .i. Miiuiminiuiic, ioi wiccu nr
raligHiiientb have heeu mnde hetween them
ami Mr. J. Paukuula, that payment of
runt iniii-t hureafter lie made to me pcri-nn-nlly.
When mukio payment It W re
ipii'Kted that tenautx lirini; coplei-of their
IciiKfv Mini tlm IhkI receipt reielved hy
thuiu. It Ih uN'i the ttish of llie nnd"r
Nlfiiieil to meet and confer with lenaiilb on
the llrstdaj oluv r moiilh for rix iiioiiiIik,
lifltiuullif,' Octoher III, Iblll, und eielillK
April HI, IH'M.
HT iiiuee ill iiouuiikiiiiii.
lloaolulli, Oct. HI. Ih'it,
AT THK KA.MOUB 8TOUK OK -
IB. IE BHLBRS &c CO.
509 & 611 FORT STR.EJHJT.
Canton "Wasiti Falorios !
A handsome Cotton Kuhrle. Ne Hi.vIch tliit tea-bli, the ellects art' fnturimllet. of Clilu
riilkf, lo see them menus to appreciate thoiu.
1&J&JFLTJ S-A-TE3H32STS !
rtllk rininh Just oui. real Kreucli de-inns ure the tinent and the urine of the enson
Oashmere Svitolinaes SO Oonts Yard I
One of the liaiidhoine.it Wiiali .MnnriHlp title m'.imiii enlirel) new titul
for ihe price Iiiih no eipinl,
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