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Received by the Australia, containing: a variety cf Goods
They were gathered by our Agent in the best Market of Europe, and are the pro
ducts of the foremost manufacturers in their respective lines, and bought at such low
prices that when you see their quality you will realize that THIS STORE IS AS EVER
TRYING TO PLEASE, and give its Customers More for their Money than any other
Establishment in the City.
Our Millinery Department's Attractive Features
Are tlie Stylish Trimmed and Untrimmed Hats that have just been opened.
THE TRAMP'S DREAM
A tired trim p slept oo tbo groucd
ono uil t,
In I bo bend if i sparkling streom;
His hoort was lnavy, his stomach
As be slumbered and drenmptthis
Ho dreamed ilnt be died and jour
Im retains of swetit delight;
Till be fouud the gate of heaven a
In the midst of a glorious light.
He wiped his foot and knocked at
Saint Peter looked through the
And itnpuliontly jingled his keys
as ho saw
The tramp with his swag on his
'I'm sorry' ho said, protruding his
'That you've had this journoy in
'But wo keep no camp for a. hoboe
You'll have to go back again.'
But this tramp know a thing or
And it whs his neotl way;
To stick like wax to simple facts
Till he fiually woj the day.
iSo'he bowed nnd smiled and beg
ged ouu prayed,
Baiut Peter oloaed the gate;
But the tramp tat down by tbo
wall of the town
And made himself ready to wait.
As ho waited tbore in tno heavenly
A face peored over tbo wall;
The fnco of an angel pure and
With halo aud crown and all.
He gassed in her eyes with glad
And remembered that face of old;
Willi ilH oyos go blue and their
look-i eo :rne,
And the hnir of wavy gold.
Said ho: 'Doir Liz, I'm horo ou
'I'm pmpty nnd t:red and eorp;
'.Saint Petr U ma'l and is treating
Uo so good as to open the door.'
So Liz p1io1c a wins liktt n dear
And opened the golden gate;
The tramp hastened in all dusty
And soribbled his name on tbo
Liz picked out a halo that fitted
While no one was etanding by;
Then hustled him into a robe, in
stead Of the rags that he wjro to tho
Then she filled him up from an
With a liquid that mado him
And took him to dino on star-fish
Till ho felt ho bad oaton his fill.
He throw oat bis arms to this
bundle of charms,
Who had captured his lovo and
But tho visien had fled as he
rolled from his bod,
Aud tumbled down into the
W. P. Sadin.
llx'Clum Crl'la Urlclijcd.
Brussels, July i The chief
credit for preventing a serious
crisis is due to tho moderating iu-
flueuco exercised by King Leo
pold. Tho situation was 60 grave
that somo of the burgomasters de
clined to bo roaponsiblo for order
il au agreement woro furthor de
layed, and there was an ovidont
intention to declare a staio of
The King, however, finally pro
vailed upon M. Vau Den Peere.
boom to withdraw the unpopular
bill . It is still doubtful, uowevor,
whether the commission of in
quiry will bo able to o:mo to an
Cullfornlant Hall Direct.
Washington July C. It is tho
impression at the War Depart
ment that tho First California will
sail direct from Negros to tho
United States. It was said ot tho
Department today that there is no
reaou why this rogiment should
tonoh at Manila. Tho troop can
ho placed upon tho transport at
Npgros and sail direct to San
Fraucisoo, leaving Manila ontiroly
ont of their homeward itinerary,
and thus save several days in time
a consideration which will, of
course, be apppoiuted by tho mon
of the regimen', who orp now
anxious to reach homo as quickly
EVEN1S0 Unil'TIJ! HONOLULU, E. I., JULY 15,
CARE OF FURNITURE.
Dow to Frulien and PreierTa OIloJ and
As tho best of furnituro will grow
dusty and shabby in appearance careful
bousekoepcrs nro constantly fighting tho
tpprouch of ago and dirt from their
household goods in tho way of chairs
aud tablos. Oak wainscoting and furul
turo nro llkoly in tituo to nssumo a
Rrcasy nppcarnuco, which should bo ro
ciovod during tho uuuual bonsccleau
lug by washing it in warm beer. To
glvo it a hnudsomo gloss brush it aver
with a mlxturo of two quarts ot beer,
boiled with a tablospnonful of sugar,
and n pluco of bcoswax as largo as a
wuluut When dry, polish with u
chamois or flaunol. If oak or walnut
irticlcsnre infected with a tiny insect
that bores boles until tho wood crum
bles into a flno powder, stop its wild
career by saturatiug tho wood with cro
osote. Do not allow it to dry for several
If furnituro is very dirty, it should
bo washed in wator and vinegar, equal
parts, using n flannol jag, and then,
after perfect drying, rubbod with a
cloan flannel and n littlo linseed oil be
fore using nuy liquid or croaui polish.
If a table, boars tho telltalo mark left
by a hot plato, rub it woll with lamp
oil and flannel finishing off with a
clean cloth slightly wot with spirits cf
wiuo. Another uotablo houscwifo ro
ctoroa tho original polish, when it has
boon removed by a warm dish, with Hd
seed oil, rubbed in with a ploco of lin
en, changing tho linen until tho table
top Is perfectly dry Whitp spots uro
romoved by rubbing them with n nlcco
ot flnunel iin.l tnrpoutluo, rojieutlug tho
'npplleatipn if necessary, and In nuy
cuiu rubbing with o good will until pa
tiouco and strength aro about exhausted.
Unsightly linger' marks dl.nppcni
from varnished furnituro when rubbed
with sweet oil nnd from oilod wood if
kerosene is rubbed on tho spots. A brulso
should bo trontod with a pieco of brown
pnpor, folded covcrnl times pud ranked
in hot wutur. Over this hold a moder
ately warm iron until nil stcnmlup
ceusos. If necessary, ropent tho process,
remembering that one application dors
not nlwuys turn out a success. Always
apply tilcohol spnringly upon fnriiltnro.
If nt all, or it will destroy the polish.
Clcuu carved furnituro every weolt by
thoroughly dusting it with a now paint
brush. If tho nmhugauy tublo that Is
thopridoof your heart shows stains,
drop on them u mixture of six parts ot
splritH of salt and ono of halts of lemon
or n fow drops of oxnlia arid and water
rubbing uutil tbo stain disappears, nnd
then wush with water uud polish ns.
usual. If mahogany only needs clcuU'
lug, rub it with a llauuel dipped in
sweet oil or cold drawn liusoed oil. In
rubbing wood follow tho grain nnd do
not rub against it any moro than you
would iu peoplo if wishing u buppy rt
suit. Now York Sun.
Tlie Bulletin, 75 cents per month.
Porter, Queen Street
On Account of Taking Stock
We are clearing out
our entire stock of
Linen Table Napkins. $2.50 per doz., formerly $3.
White Victoria Lawns, 71 doz. pieces. $1 and 1.25
'piece. Formerly 1.25 and 1.50.
A FEW BROKEN LINES IN GENTS' UNDERWEAR :
Natural Cotton Undershirts and Drawers, 75 cts
each ;' formerly $1 each.
India Gauze Undershirts, 25 cents each.
GERMANf ENGLISH RUGSt STAIR GARFET
B. F. EHLERS
that will be
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sure to interest
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