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Supplement to the Hawaiian Gazette, Dec. 13 1882.
Bottlit f" Girls.
It has become the fashion for women to im
itate tnea in all respects, even to the weiring
cf their hats and ulsters. It i. oot strange
that the root', reasonable of all the.e imitation!
should come now in the .hapo of bolting
tlnbt.
The act of rowing it in fact, one of the most
cplendid of all gymnastic exerciaes in it effect
upon the female figure. Green a light pair of
J -. . r n v...:n v . amnAtT nii
of water, and a man on the ihore who can f
awim, and there can be no better exercise lor
the growieg girls of a family than the rewign
and down for an henr in the morning.
There it almost no danger in it, if the exercise
does not fitigne or came a sndden shortness
of breath. If this comes, ot course the prac
tice mnst be discontinued, for it is erident that
the heart doe not lite it. Bst if the children
retarn exhiliarated and rosy, it maj be p re
turned that the rowing is admirable exercise
for them. It certainly straightens the back,
develops the arms and host, and gives even
those who are threatened with long difficulty
a new lease of life.
Bat as a young lady's beauty is a thing to
be considered, the proper attention to the hands
and the complexion demands that they should
bosh be covered. The head should be pro
tected by a large hat, not a flapping one, but
one that shades the face, and the band by deg
sldn gloves which will not embarrass the free
play of the muscles.
Then, sa the boating children grow elder,
they can well become the fit candidates for a
boat crew vhidi shall, in its way, emulate in
zeal the great dubs of Harvard, Columbia,
Yale, and Princeton. For there are many
young women of clear head, slender figure,
good lungs, steady heart beat, and strong mus
cles who can be trusted to pull an oar with the
best young oarsman of the day.
Feeling thst this amusement as well as
horseback exercise may be utilized to the
health and the benefit of the sex, ne are glad
to see that at some female colleges and at
cany summer watering places the young la
dies are organizing themselves into boating
dnbe, and under professional trainers are
learning to row in groups like the well trained
crews of the various colleges.
Sow this adventure must require some he
roic self-sacrifice. The fair crew must enter
into the plau as a business, give up tho tempt
ation to go away to Newport or Saratoga, re
sign all the engagements which might inter
fere with their training, and regard it as a
conscientious promise. On a certain inland
lake one such crew has been in training for a
year, and the results are admirable. They
have had a " shell " built by one of the best
builders ; they have oars which are a trifle
lighter than those of their masculine compet
itors; ther have secured the services of a pro
fessional trainer; and so far no illness, or
weakness, or neglect of duty has been report
ed. They have all grown better looking, finer
in figure, more robust in health. The brown
of the complexion has been a little trying to
one young lady, but her friends do not find it
unbecoming.
It is like a strain of music to tee this fair
.rew as they moe off with the neatest precis
ion. TLeir little coxswain, a fairy-like girl,
with the voice of a cornet-a-piston, rules them
ith a rod of iron, and they obey her with soldier-like
promptness, as they do the noble
captain. Their dress is neatness itself; a flan
nel blouse of navy bine belted in isoseirj a
pair of woollen pantaloons or drawers with a
foot to them (like the tights worn on the stage.)
India rubber soled lawn tennis shoes, and a
sailor hat fastened on with an India rubber
strap, dog skin gloves of bright yellow reach
ing to the elbow snch is the lady crew of this
inland lake.
They have some competitors who disdain
the hat and the gloves. But we do not ap
prove of their disdain. A woman should keep
her hands white and soft, and her faco from
being sunburned and freckled, by reasonable
care.
It is a curious fact, too, that the young oars
women who wear gloves have distanced their
competitors wto have none. These young wo
men commenced cautiously "Festina lento"
is their motto. They did not starve them
selves, but ate oatmeal and cream and a beef
steak, took butahoit court.es at first, and had
a due regard to headaches, (for women suffer
from headache much more than men,) and
these prudent sailors put a cabbage leaf in
their bats on -ery hot days. They began their
practice in early morning and late evening,
and learned to bear the heat of the snn very
gradaall).
As all things slot ly done meet with ripest
and quickest and surest success, their prepar
atory exercises have brongLt them into a
thorough physical training, which makes them
a most reliable crew. Of course the banc of
all the amusements and all the work ot the
world has entered in to their boat and threat
ens to swamp it.
They are now fullof emulation. They want
:o beat somebody else. They have as yet no
':val near the throne of their own sex, so they
are dying to row with Haivard or Yale. Of
. jorse they have beaten the local hatless and
.loveless crew tiroes out of mind. Bat if they
ame in competition with the crew of Harvard
-t Yale, no doubt tho fair Xereids would be
whipped, for women's muscular system is
usually inferior in hardness and durability and
staying power to that of man, and she cannot
do what be can. But she can do what women
can do, and that is a very good thing. She
may not have the superhuman power of a Grace
Darling or a Joan of Arc They were phe
nominal women ; but if by her boating she
gives herself not uuly a delightful amusement,
but a freer development and a more serene
nind. if she make herself mistress of that dan
gerous element, the wate, she is three times the
person that she would be if she could not take
an oar, and row herself over from one honse
to another on the shores of Bar Harbor, or
Vewport, or Xarragansett; or on the lovely in
land lakes cf Xew York or on the Hudson
Eiver, and above all, and first of all, she
should learn to swim.
A woman can, if she is put in the water early
enough, learn to swim perfectly. She can be
come a " perfect duck " in other than the con
ventual formula. There is no 6uch freedom
and stirh independence as this.
On a certain recent wreck nearXew York
one of those steamboat explosions wmcn made
every one tremble a very strong. Dig man
swim. Sue nciu up ma ucau, unojmdgcumui j
to throw out his arms in fact, taught him to
swim, during those horrible hours when death
waited for them. If everything else failed,
she held his hands down behind him, and he j
found himself floating, ucconsciouiiy made .
aware that unless he used Ins arms wisely ne
had better not hive any.
Everr woman now at the summer watering
places, particularly where there is sea-bathing,
can learn to swim; and she can learn to
row on Saratoga Lake, or on any lake or river
near her, if she wishes. The great number of
visitors at Bar Harbor have brought boating
into much reputation.
A woman often after she gets fearless goes
cut alone in a wherry, and to " paddle one s
own cane " has become a fixed fact. We have
no doubt that ladies living near the Hudson
will soca own their own boats, as they now
own their own horses, and they will, we hope,
make a new departure in the way of good
arms, for it is a notorious fact that the Amer
ican female arm is very bad. It is leas, and
skinny, and undeveloped. It shows that wo
men have left something undone which they
might have done to develop this most lovely
limb.
Look at the arms of the Venus of Milo
what is left of them that lovely development
at the shoulder. Hetternich said that Grisi
had the arms which the Yenus of Milo had
lost; but what American woman, except our
young boating crew, has Griti's arms?
To undertake the business of forming a
boating crew requires some money, and the
young clubs of nhich we have heard formed
themselves on the model of the Harvard crew,
raising a fund first. They then sent for a
trainer, who, it is to be confessed, laughed on
one side of his mouth. After a year's prac
tice, he now laughs on the other side, and
brags very loudly of his lady crew, who for
punctuality, devotion to duty, and disregard
of hardships, he says, "beat all the beys."
A boat-house, convenient sheds or houses for
bathing and dressing, an omnibus or lath car
riage to take the oarswomen home, a shell and
oars these are the belongings of the success
ful crew which we have seen. Divided
amongst opulent young ladies, the expense his
not been very heavy, and if started at a col
lege, and encouraged as such clubs are at
colleges, it wonld not appall even those of
slender purses.
Meantime, as clubs can not always be im
mediately formed, let each young lady use her
opportunity when near the water to learn to
row of the fisherman or the light draught man
who takes her out cn a little aquatic expedi
tion. She can at least learn the names of the
different parts of the boat, not confound the ;
tiller with the stern, or the bow with the oar,
or the anchor with the mainmast, or the "main
top jib with the jib maintop," after the fashion
of most landswomen, or landsmen, for that
matter.
HOLIDAY
GOODS.
Messrs.DlLLIXGILLV,(-Co.
incite attention to their laiycund
caried stock ofymls suitable for
Holiday Presents.
They hare Just nreiced new
and rery complete in voices oj SILVER-PLATED
WARE from
the relehraled factories of the
Meriden Co. and theMiddletomi
Plate Co., in desiyns entirely new
to this market.
Their sturl- of HO USE
FUBXISHlXG GOODS is m y
comjdite and comprises many
Xovelties a larye variety if AL
COHOL LAMPS. KEliO
SEXE STOVES, new jxdtems
in Isimps and Chandeliers ; a
fine selection of TABLE CUT
LE11Y; Feather Dusters for all
purposes; Brushes of all hinds;,
superior Home Brooms, Boys'
Tool Chests, etc., etc.
They make KEBOSEXE OIL
a specialty, and are preptred to
supply the Itest oil in color and
test, in quantities to suit, upon
the mot facorahle terms.
DILLINGHAM & CO.,
IXrftETEK AND l
IlillDWAEE, AGEICCLTUKAL IMPLEMENTS,
flints. Oil. Vansi.be., Etc-.
Fort Mreet, lloeolala. VU lm
FOR
75 HEAD CO OD WELL BROKEN
WORK OXEN !
FOU S.VLE . Leait fr cattu or ray trnc nicy Le
aTwI oa, ALso.
4 LARGE DUMP WAGONS,
ONE HEW gVoFenTck'TuMP CART,
Ail. is court ortri:i:.
Apply totrjemiderelriiedat iiodoess. Hawaii, or to
K. A. sCHAEFElt A CO, IloDOlulo,
GEO. W, WILLFOXG.
ICE CREAM!
II. E. A. HAItT HAS .IL'ST UK-
torned from Mn Frsneuco. and Las opened an
Ice Cream Saloon !
STYXED
The ELITE
IS CONNECTION VTTil
Till: ASTOR llOLSE. Veera. Hart Bros, hate
renovated " THL DIMXe; riBUHH," sad their
combined ecubltehmruu are now the Finest la this
Cltj. 1 tf) HART BROS, IToprlelort.
noKrorjTjT,Tj
BUCKSMITHING, CARRIAGE MAKING,
AND
huiivmnwhoVuid HORSE-SHOEING ESTABLISHMENT,
"No. SS K1d ttreet, two dour from 3Un-
aatea, T. E. KUSR1T. MANICER
Horse-Shoeing, Carriage fainting and Repairing-,
and Work of Every
Description,
DONET O ORDER AND WTTII DESPATCH. GIVE
JTTST RECEIVED !
EX CITY OF EvT YOItir,
SECOND LOT
New id cent goods
TniRD LOT CONSISTING OP
Holiday Goods
5000 SHEET MUSIC
Surest nd Most 1'opnUr of the IHj
2,500 FANS,
HOUSEKEEPING GOODS,
Etc, Etc, Etc,
AreETpeoted
ON OR ABOUT NOV. 28th.
n) BAILEY CO, 1S Fort s.reeL
im einrtiaitr. . . ire, a. w. Bran.
UNION FEED COMPANY
SoiSt Ot
Hay and Grain
CONSTANTLY
O 3NT HAND S
ORDERS SOLICITED.
Prompt and Correct -Delivery
GUARANTEED.
Orders will be Gratefully Heceived
!y A . Y. HUSH, .Manager;
EITHER ITS. J. LEVET I CO.'S, FORT ST TELEPHONE 31,
OR AT THE
Feed House, Telephone No.175
All lUnl Orders, PWfe .Mldirii
Union Feed Co.
HONOLULU, P. O. BOX 127.
jSL. "W. X3TXSI3C,
HIVE JUST RECD
CAKIiOES or
lm if ' tii- d d.j....j
nui tibm fit neunuuu
V LUMBER!
Also, by Recent Arrivals,
Eastern WHITE VIM
Black-walnut,
Port Orford. Cedar
Oak, Ash,
BUILDERSIIA RD W A R E,
A LARGEllASSORTIYI'NT
D
ATWTS, as follows :
HCBBTJCKS' OILS, ZINC LEAD,
riCXEEll, ATLANTIC AND
EUREKA LEAD, assort 1 colors,
dc, Jfce, if.
4-4, 5-4 and C-4
White
China
Matting,
AND A DOZEN "VARIETIES OF
FANCY COLORS MATTING
ALSO
RAPER HANGINGS
r
THE" LARGEST AND
BEST ASSORTMENT IN THE CITY.
fif CI1 ind Examine Our Mock.
LEWERS & COOKE.
DR. BAILEY
H.VVIN'G BEEXArrOITKD BY
the Botrd ot nnb. rt j!cUn for tfct District of
3Uk&wu, La uten hit reaidci.ee the becM In xtr
of yortoa i Co. Store; and barter Ublihed Tele
phonic Corneal cation with. Use Tariooa point! of bu ti
ne! la Ute Ticinitj, will attend promptly to all caUi,
lifcs-T- hrtdinhnnrnrbi mt HevUl alMTlfcit
e-raiirlj. nnitei prerented by profetilonal entiEt
menw. Pala. Spree kclirlSle and Kafctihil oa Taewnj
idTbcrsUyefeichweet.aniTlcx at SprecbelfTille
brU o'clock, and reicalcic; rer a s'Ct la ti
ccce fit Kiiclci.
ftSSsi F. E. BAIX.ET, 5f. D.
NOW IS THE TIME
n imw iwmm
FOR AT.T.
iST X W S J A V 13 $
AND
FOR THE COMINC YEAR.
Red Rubber
Stamp Agency!
We will Give Prompt Attest Urn to all Order Received,
J. M. OAT, Jr. & CO.,
it (Uiim Bloek.23 Merchant St.
ASTOR HOUSE
DINING AND
LUNCH PARLORS,
'os S and IsIIotf 1 Street,
HART BROTHERS, Proprietors.
Board liy the Day, M'eeV or Transient
BILLIARDS,
Cigars, Cigarettes and Tobacco,
Soda Water and other Iced Drinks
Meals Served in First-Class Style
AT LI. BOCBS.
HENRY J.HABT, 923 9 EIX1SA.HAKT
J. M. OAT, JR., ft GO.
5 ? ? ?
Stationers
News Dealers !
No. CS Herduins Street,
Have Just Received,
EXSTMR. SUEZ,
Photograph Albums,
Autograph Albums,
Promenade Bags,
Purses, Wallets, etc.
Christmas and New Year's Cards.
! DIARIES FOR 1883 I
SAMUEL NOTT,
Plumbing,
Gas Fitting,
Tinsmith & Roofer,
STOVES,
RANGES,
Lamps, Chandeliers,
General
H8USE FURNISHING
e.vMVin:L.is xirv iu.ock,
TORT 6TKEET. OppO'ilo W UJeri Co
r.OBox.594.
The Aimlican Church Chronicle
Monthly Paper for Circulation in
the Christian Family,
Will be Issued on the 2d of Dec.
Cndtr the Mmlgrrarnl of tfae Kct. A. MACKIN
TOSH sod the Rei. OEO. WALLACE.
The Ptiwr H1 conUIa newt from the Chnrchee la
Grctt Britain sod her Coloclet , tbe United Stttes and
tbe lUwtlUa ItUndf, well a General Tiewa. to
cether with Kotec oa Educational. Litem; and Sclen
tlflc Tor-Ice. The Snberlptloa Price will be TWO
DOLLARS AMI A HALF PER AXSCJl, PAYABLE
IX ADVANCE.
A Limited Xmnlier ol Atltertiseraent!" nill
lie Inserted at thel'snal liate.
Ml St
Fruit Preserving Co.
Put Up In Cans, 2 lbs. each.
Thla la reallr A DELICIOUS FRUIT, and
Carefully Prepared. For
Sale at Wliolesale
and Retail,
(twtf lij BOLLES & Cn. Areata.
OAGKFELD t GO
OFFR FOR SALE-
INVOKES OF NEW MOOS
JUST ltECEIVED PEK
ARKS KALE, AND IOLANI,
FROM BXEMXHf,
CoolttIc 1 parVpf ti folhtwf :
A Large Asst. of Dry Goods,
seen as
Denims. Brown and Wbit Cottons,
Drills, Tlesinga, Tnrkej Ited, ,
Merinos, Mack ani citerei, 4 (parities
Bepjis, Cobonrss. Alpacas, Italian Cloth, and
Dress Goods,
M'CHAS
Fanej lTlnt,Tweatr.Flie Sew, Stjles,
IMnted Satteens, l'onipaJoura, Italda,
GinRhama, Victoria Lawns, Satin Stripes.
Fancy Striped Orenadrnea.
Wilts Silk Japanese, Twill. Sercts,
PopUns, Satin and Moire,
Black and Colored VelrtU.
FIXE SILKS,
Black, Orowrain, Fancy, Colored and Striped"
Barege, Crepe, ie
TAILORS' GOODS:
Buckskins, Diagonals, Tweeds, Cords,
Serses, Silesias, Doeskins, Cansimeres, 4c
A Splendid Asst. of Shirts,
(Woolen, Mixed, Calico, Hickory, Denim, c)
Merino and Cotton Undershirts,
Whit Bosom Shirts, itu.
Socks and Stockings, Handkerchiefs,
FoulanKOloTfg,
A LARUE INVOICE OP CLOTHING
HLOCKS AXD MAST HOOPS.
PAT EXT IKOX BTBiPPED BLOCKJI
Metallic Iron strapped Blocks, Patent-Bnthlaa
nam uce ninz, a iDiia,"onnirKioi iri.
lib .OLLES & CO
Hns Black Cloth Frock Coats and Pants,
Buckskin Sacks, Pants and Suits,
Felt, Mohair, Drill, Flannel Sacks and Pants,
Boys' Shirts aad Children's Jackets,
Monkey and Sailor Jackets,
I. K. Coats and LegRingis Carpet Slippers.
Sdk and I. C Umbrellas and lStnuof4
Fancy and Truroling Shawls,
Cotton and Turkish Towels.
White and Fancy Cjailta,
Felt Hugs and Brussels Carpeting,
BL A.IV KETS :
Horse Blanket. White anU Fancy lilanketA,
Fancy Striped Woolen, two sizes,
afcarlet, OrtniWliite Woolen, 3anJ 4 point.
llireAds, Tape, Elastic, Scarfs, ale.
Silk and Velrf t ltibbons,
Ihittons for Shirts, Coats, Pant, Dmtses,
PERF0HERV, FLORIDA AVATER,
Genuine Ean de, Cologne, Lubin' Extracts,
Toilet Sodpe, Fnilooome, Hair Oil, Combs.
Mirrors, Looking Glasses, Pipes,
1. It. Balls, Harmonicas, lUank ltookn.
Albums, Gold Leaf, Jewelry, Watchtft,
VIENNA FURNITURE;
Extension, Arm, Dining ltoom and larlor
Chairs, Settees, Ac.
SaddleN CaUskins, Girths, Stirrup Leathers,
CRATES OF ASSORTED CROCKERY,
Containing Plates, Cups, Teapots, Howls,
Chambers, lUce Dishes and Bakers,
Demijohns, 3 and 5 galls ; Sample Bottles,
Vases and Glassware, Manila and Tarred Kepe.
Hemp and I. It- Packing, Coal Banket.
Sugar c? Hloo Sctgrs
Of all sizes and qualities.
Coal Bags, Gunnies, Twine. IlurlAps
Woolpack and Twilled Sacking, Linen Hose,
GROCERIES
Sardines, in half and qnarter boxc
H. and 1. Biscntts, Salt in jars,
Castor Oil in Tins, Stearine Candles, 4, 5 and G,
Matches, Cocoanut Oil. Wash Bine.
Hnbbnck's Linseed Xaint Oil, H White Lead,
White Zinc Paint.
LIQUORS :
De Laage flla and ltoutclleau Brandy, and
other brands,
Bum, Gin, St. Paul teer, Ale and Porter,
Port Wine, Sherry, Bhine Wine,
Fine and Table Clarets, Champagne,
Dry Heidseick Monopole, Ch.Varre,
G. II. Alnmrn .t Ccx, Sparkling Hock,
Moselle, Jtc, Ac.
Cerman and Havan a Cigars
Plated Ware Spoons Forks, Crcets, Tea Sets,
Caps, ic
HARDWARE: .
Pocket and Batcher Knives, Scissors,
Sheep Shears, Needles. Spoons, Files,
Spars, Galvanized Basins, Hoop Iron,
Keg Burets, Hammers,
Yellow Metal and Composition Xails,
Babbitt Metal, Sogar Coolers,
Iron Tanks, Clari tiers tc Ab,
Portland Cement.
Fire Cl.v, Blacksmith Coal. Fire Bricks,
Tiles, Empty Barrel, Oak ltoats Ac.
Order from the other 1 1 land cartfullj
atteaded toby
H.HACKFELD&CO.
A. KRAFT,
OPTICIAN AND JEWELER 1
BKGS TO XOTll'Y TIIK CITIZENS
of Ilonolaln. and the Public la seneral, that he
haa rentored to the
NEW
GAZETTE BUILDING,
MERCHANT STItEKT.
Whrre be lia opened a chclte Aseortment ot
3ST e.sjsr Goods
IK HIS LINE.
OPTICANS ARTICLE8 A
SPECIALTY.
WAITS SUff LIED
Cheap for Cash:
DO VOL' WAST A
UsDi-a caxopt nuiox?
call at the HONOLvir.cAitRiAOB Brrosmisr
noYOVWASTA
BBarnnrrcs riumx;
Call at ti. UONOLCLU CARRIAGE ESroSITOltT
DOTOCWASTA
COaUIJIU pUaTroKX kpbisu piaMrroxr
CallatthenOX'oLn.(;CtRRUaE RKroSITORr
BOTOCWASTA
TWO HEATED BOCKAWA.TT
Call at the noSOLCLU CARRIAGE REPOSITORr
POTOCWASTA
t-OJtt-ORD WAUOX H ITU BUAOBT
Call at the 1I0N0LVLI' CARRIAGE RKrOSITORT
COYOOWASTA
lllMT-CLAtlH KXP l3Ut WMUISt
Call at lb. HONOLULU CARRIAGE RKFOalTORY
HO YOU WANT ONE Or THE
UUITTKIXa J vxr NUT CABBIAUEW
Bri?a X Coa ivate&t. aad one ef the Veet smafiea la
terchaaseabte rehklea lor two or lour pertoa
ever larcntedr
Call at the HONOLULU CARRIAGE REPOSITORY
DO YOU WANT
1IABXESK13, unn. WIIIIH,
or Carxiofie Trlnnlnsa of anr Deeerlptleat
DO YOU WANT TOUR
URRUar.uRV.iunx bo-ahted
or Repaired?
DO YOU WANT TO BUY A
necoxd HAsn cabbiauet
Call at the HONOLULU CARRIAGE RErOSITORY
Giro My Stock sua Inspection Befor
Purchasing Elswhere, auad
As I Guarantee My Goods to be
all I Represent Thorn,
All Ilerrtts Will lie -Made t.'ixul In Caf of
DUialNfactlon.
Frame J. sisslns,
rrotfrletor ot the Honolulu Carriage Repoatto
TT. Noa, SOJbSAKloeSU. Honolala, and
Agent for 3(eare. R. Brlsxa Jt Co. ot Ameabnrr, Vata.
Thr Most Extermie Jlannrarlnrtrt
In the L'nltnl Stairs.
ttf" PONT FORGET THE LOCATION. 9M
Sit lj
A. KRAFT.
ILL PERSONS SEEKING EMPLOYMENT
A XD AI.T, PATtTIES ETTIIER IX
XJL IlonoiSti. , ataay ot the lalaada la the Grop
In Want of Employees
Will please mate their waata known to the sneer
I rued, ho will do all la their powetto sllthelr ordera.
P. C JONES.Jr. 1
J. B. ATnERTON. Emptojiaent Committee
B. T. DILLINGHAM, j Y. M. C. A. WH4 Sn
Epsost salts, ix boxkS on
f man raeta-ea rorSaleW
?2C I.ll t.l.LJ x KVi
Mrs. .W. H. WILKINSON,
103 Fort Street.
Has determined to offer her entire
Stock of Trimmed pn
Untrimmed
HATS ft BONNETS!
Ghildrens Clothing,
Ladifs1 White and Linen Suits.
-a.T
A Large Discount from Marktd Prices for
Cash, in order to make room for her
New iV Fteuit Stock
TO ARRIVE.
Tbl upportnulty Is tue out often olfctetl the UvxU
re ill In xtl order, anl
IVXx-s. Willcinso rL
WuaW earnestly k h r ptitroni Lu
INSPECT THE STOCK !
AT HKK I'KESKXT
Greatly Reduced Prices !
Mrs. W. H. Wilkinson,
103 l'urt SC. Honolulu.
New Goods !
New Goods !
J.T.WATERHOUSE
HAS JUST RECEIVED
Ex " GLENGABER " and
other late arrivals,
THE FIX EST ASSOBTMEXT OF
NEW GOODS
to nn rot'M is this kixudom.
A VISIT TO HIS
NO. 10 FORT ST. STORE,
King St. Store
ASU
Queen St. Store,
tSJ Will -well repay the care
ful buyer, for bis trouble.
I T. WATEMOUSE.
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urn:
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Fonl
rleter.1
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