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ijauraiian (Sazcifr
ri iiUMtM) F.r
THE HAWAIIAN GAZETTE CO., (Umilcd,)
Every Tuesday Morning, t.
U FIVE DOLUKS PER AN J! DM
.OMBLK.V Jt'TAycK.
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Shukl-rl.-l. ! .i.-' T'T""-
UAXAGBK.
ft. T. ATKIKSON. . ROBERT CHICVE.
(fS .
-', JiVr..' Sljvp Ham,)
A
the samoan islands,
jr. r, ,Ui i- t:n'n lVirl II, of tbo article
' ... ..t. . .. .,.ani;nnil Ulnnils. written
'.' .1 I 1... aha ATamnia. nf TWnO-
ii i ui.' n, i it 1 .. '
l'jri 1 LannR bn imblislHxl in tbe prc-t.-.o-
."ocof ibis jocraal. The history
.1 .... n.nnn4 i T, TlrtTi ! t, If,
iidcnU- of Hie ciiaracteristics of countries
!.. ..i. . 1 ,n , l.o rrMi.ln'Timl forni&tions.
pCCaURTHIvn "I tuf launuiwu,
:4.w4;n anil lui nr. tllB TPfilllt Of
UlUi iuinnwub O .
the reearehcs and inquiries of a scientific
wool noted scientific societies, inclndinp
. l , - 1. .,i,; .! C.;nnivi llio lln.
luv x iruwi -. ..... . 1 - -
r:wrmr.lil.al SnrJeiv. the Boston
'- . - ,
tLwUv ..r rnniArT. i ir ilemanus more
than ordinarv attrition at tbo hands of
Tvadi
TBI -iJIOAM IHA5WS. BI THE MAFIQCIS
or teao.
MKT IL,
if frmt and Tecetables. otttho Samoan
ictan.K nrc limitnl in varietv: this fact is
ampij compensated for by their abnnd
ance ixmrueons is iiaiure, uim
day practically to the Samoan a holiday
The nrmlnclion of food and the support of
a family can scarcely l termed labor, yet
few aboriginal jieopie in uracr. xreaa
fnut liangs invitingly about every house;
.i il..r rfnof article of food. There arc
M'Teral varieties, the fruit is mostly baled
... ... ..... .n.1 uion ir,41i ficli .-Yitnis- turn
and baBanas. There are eightdistinct
-awiFeionnexniiTS luiocoria aiawj aor
the Samoan e, every family has its yam
md uvro patch. This vegetable is n jioor
-iiOsliloie lor iue,wiaui, possessing uui
tue more than one-nail tuo munuvo jiro
KTtios of the latter, but the ease of culti-
i it in and the certainty of a crop make it
, .nim'in food for lwth foreigners and
.nr. In Satnua the dry taro (Arum
. t ilumi lkiunslK-- best, it is a ncn
iiiiinUoni and beautiful food. 3Iasoa
i..rr" rool) is indigenous. great quanti
t might tie raised by a little effort. The
plaintain and the banana grow upon all
the islands in great profusion and variety.
Oraup-. lemons and limes are very abund
ant (Juavas. mangoes and citrons are
.und in plenty -coffee is found vtfld
I bough not in sufficient quantities lo ever
jiisufj the belief that it is a natito of
amoa CTimaW. soil and especially the
finorablc topograjiby of the country unite
t . inite bucii an industry. Indigo grows
prefuM'lj. tlie stem is fine, and tho whole
plant rich in colouring matter, it is not
cultivated The (atone) nutmeg is indi
genua The mace is lino and rich, the
uut larger bnt below the average flavor of
the unt of Commerce; cultivation no doubt
Mould improve it- There are two varie
ti' "f cotton growing on the island one
of much larger fibre than the other. It is
not known by whom nor when it was first
mirodm-od ' The cotton is of a fine qual
tj and not lubject to the cotton worm or
.U-'Ct'"
( T the fauna of the islands little can be
-ant The Samoan languago furnishes n
c 'Tuiuon term for lieasts anil birds ".Va
which ii a general prefiix to special
iiiu. of birds. A few wild dogs are
found in the mountains. The pig (;!)
i- common to all the larger islands of the
1'acitic and very abundant in Samoa, they
.m l fowl- comprise tho animal food of the
iiatm- The researches of the inission
. ith the abundant testimony from
lu-tor and tradition of the islanders
win. io print that both tho pig and com
luoi f iwl are native to the l'acific islands
tnongh it has been generally acceptl
unit the pigs and fowl left by Captain
( k were their original introduction
a li.l.' the field for the ornithologist would
l- not extensive, yet he would be amply
- luipensated for thisfact in the peculiar
luil .t- and rare plumage of native birds.
Tii. native pigeon (fj"') a trifle larger
thai ur name species is very abundant
uiai j tm tamed auk carried upon sticks
i 'j native chiefs. The vampire Jiat, pea
thing bat (Plcropus susicollis identical
itl apjiearancc with the pleropus ed
uardciu of Madagascar) is very abundant,
uc considered sacred, and entered very
largely into the structure of their rever
ential religion. It attains great size, often
measuring four feet from tip to tip of
ings There are no poisonous reptiles
in the Samoan group, but there is a con
siderable variety of harmless snakes upon
the Wand of Savaii, white, red, green,
black and spotted. I saw the first reptiles
at the dlage of Ason in Savaii, and there
learned of the " crowing snake " ( Vivimi
gatai It l- the subject of native songs.
A conchologist would have a most inviting
field f. n study. Tho beaches, reefs and
estuurii of Samoa abound in beautiful
shell- and shell-fifth of numerous varieties.
1'isbes used as food are also abundant,
they are the varieties common to southern
seas, doljihin. honito and mullet lieing
most abundant
The climate of the Samoan gronp pre
sents striking differences from most, if
not all. the islands of the same latitude of
the Pacific ocean. After exertion its de
bilitating effect is plainly apparent to a
foreigner ina mental and physical pros
tration, no premonitions of which are felt
however while in action, excepting when
protracted to an unusual extent. Itains
are distributed throughout the year ex
cepting the months of January and Feb
ruary, and March, when northern winds
and rain storms often sweep over the
islands. Storms are a rare occurrence.
Hurricanes such as rush over Jhe Iljis to
the Southwest and Society Islands to the
east are almost unknown. A striking
peculiarity of the climate is found in the
fact that the difference of temperature be
tween the sun and shade is seldom more
than 7. ltepeated observations made
with a cloudless sky and vertical sun,
showed S3 in the shade. c in the sun.
The Samoans are not exempt from dis
eases, being afflicted with spinal com
plaint, diseases of the sldn, eyes, and the
lungs, with elejihantiasis prevailing to a
great extent The skin disease (Samoan
ilamea) has the appearance of soriasis.
most prevalent among children, which
theyv-weem tooutgrow. Leprosy is not
known inthe Samoan group. .Elephantia
sis is the scourge or the South Seas, there
is scarcely a village iu Samoa which has
not one or snore cases. The disease is
usually heralded by an attack of chills
and fever and rapidly develops itself,
beeming to defy medical skill. The limb
soon swells to an enormous size, though
the general health does not seem to be
seriously impaired : and the victim of
this malady moves about without seem
ing discomfort. Exposure and constant
life in the water are among the causes as
signed for the general prevalence of ele
phautiasis. lint it is not restricted to the
natives, whites long resident in the is
lands are likewise subject to it
Tho natives of the South Sea Islands
are generally regarded as Malayan or
rapnan the latter the Polynesian negro
intensified in Xew Guinea and Australia,
and modified in the Fiji, while the broad
face, heavy features and dark skin of the
Hawaiian speak of Papuan admixture.
The Maori of New Zealand, the Tahiti an,
the Tongcse, and Samoan are the Polyne
sian Malay, the latter a fairer physical
and mental typo of manhood than the
Asiatic Malay bf to-day. Xevcr subject to
the in roads of other races and consequent
admixture, uncorrupted and unchanged,
they have preserved many of their original
characteristics. The face has many of the
distinctive marks of the European. Gene
rally the profile is decided and the facial
angle distinct, the occiput broad bnt sel
dom elevated. 'Unlike tho Malay the nose
is never artificially flattened, deformity of
person never having been practised among
them. The nose is usually straight, but
not so delicate in structure as that of the
whites; the mouth large and lips thicker
than those of the Europeans. The profile
of tbo young girls is often very pro
nounced: the hair black, soft, and some
times fine and wavy, never crisp and curly
in either set Among the men beards are
not so general as among the whites. The
eye is black, soft and pleasing, giving that
melancholy air and meekness of expres
sion which Humboldt savs is characteristic
of the Islanders of the l'acific. The skin
is dark olive, resembling polished copper,
OVA
i a
4.
4:
VOL. XXJ.--.No. l.i
HONOLULU, TUESDAY, JANUARY 5, 18SG.
presenting no difference in tho sexes
though tno prominent chiefs are much
lighter with smoother skin.
The male Samoan is tall, erect, and
proud in bearing with smooth, Etraight,
and well rounded limbs, tho contour of
person seldom presenting muscular pro
tuberance or development The females
are generally slight, specially tho young
girls, erect and symmetrical, easy, and
graceful in their movements, tho charm of
light-heartedness seeming to follow every
nction. Though internal wars have often
desolated tho islands and the jealousies
of districts, chiefs, and families are great
yet the Samoans as a people, are mild and
peaceful in their instincts, mirth loving,
generous and happy in their peaceful es
tato. Accumulation or even a desire to
amass wealth is almost foreign to their
natures. Communism is a creed among
them, but is conlined lo tbo members of
the family. This has ever been an effec
tual bar to the accumulation of property.
Their aptitude is evidenced by tho facility
wiui wmcli they receive and retain the
teachings of the missionaries, learn the
habits of foreigners, and comprehend tho
power of tho whites from nnity, organiza
tion, and industry. Their ingenuity is
displayed in tho building of houses, boats,
barricades and forts, as well as the simpler
mechanisms and appliances used in daily
life. The Samoans are fond of music,
though having no appreciation of melody.
A crude harmony prcvades their Tocal
music; in fact their voices keep time to
tho stroke of their boat paddles, and in
luiu-eliing to their tread. Instrumental
music is confined to the beating of sticks
njon mats and hollow logs. The aptitude
of tho children and their tenacity of mem
ory are significant facts which give prom
iso for tho future and are a hopeful index
of the native capacity of this people.
Injurious Talking.
A Frenchman, speaking of it person
known lo his comrades, said : "His mouth
costs him nothing, for he alwavs opens it
at tho expense of others." Thero are
multitudes ol persons to whom this re
mark will apply. Exaggeration and de
famation are two fertilo sources of social
mischief.
Hut nerhaiis the most ininrions t.ilk is
that which detracts from the character of
another that which openly or in disguise
strikes at tho reputation of a brother pil
grim -that which 'cuts men's throats
with whisperings "that which is adapted
by the envious rival who seeks to build
"his namo on tho ruins of another's
fame."
A lady visited Philip Xeri on one occas
ion, accusing herself of being a slanderer.
"Doyoufreouentlvfall into this fault!''
he inquired.
" les, very olten, ' replied tuo patient
"My doar child." said Phib'p. "tout
fault is great, but tho mercy of God is
ETeatcr ; I now bid thee do as follows :
Go to tho nearest market and purchase a
chicken just killed and covered with
feathers ; then walk to a certain distance
plucking tho bird as you go. Your walk
finished, return lo me,"
The woman did as directed and re
turned, anxious to know the meaning of
so singular an injunction.
"You have been very faithful to the
first part of my orders," said Philip; "now
do tho second part and you will be cured':
retrace your steps, pass through all the
places you havo traversed and gather up
one by one all'the feathers you havo scatr
tcred."
' lint" said the woman. " I scattered
the feathers carelessly away, and tho wind
carried them in all directions."
' cIL mv child." replied Phibn. ' so it
is with your words of slander ; like tho
feathers wliich the wind has scattered,
they havo lwon wafted in many directions.
Call them back now if you can. Go and
sin no more."
liusincss tfiirSs.
i:. 1. .111.1311 n. ..
Auctioneers and Commission merchants.
losi
tjnern Strret, Hcvolnla.
A. . i.i:.-iioi:: .v ;..
IxruETEKS 1SD DULLU I
Conornl morclxaucUso,
1uj9 Cornrr Qumi mod Kftihnmiiia Strftt. lr
I A THURSTON,
Stock and Real Estate Broker,
1M7 No.SSMt-rcliaolM Unsolnla. II. I , If
i. :..tici.vi'VKi:.t iEi:o-rui:it.
GROCERY. FEED STORE and BAKERY
CorarrKm. and KorlSUrt. Ilouuloln.
10 lj
i:i iioi i'x.-i:i.ai:.-i:i: a. Co.,
IKFOEIEES AND COMMISSION UEECHaXTS
VU7 Honolulu. 0t. II I. lj
joii.vt i.vri:itiun
IXrOKTES AS DEALER IK GENERAL
XZSCIIAKDISE.
11 Qtn.. a Mr. u lU'ttolutit. lTl. IT
JNO A. 11ASS1NGER,
Agent to take Acknowledgment, to Con
tract, for Jabor.
imT Interior OCrr. Hon lula. ljr
S. M. CARTER.
Agent to take Acknowledgments to Con
tracts for JaDor.
Office with . C. Fubbqrar tCoeornor of Kaba
mBinltjiii-'-BBtiect Honolulu. II. I. 1013 ly
e. . xostox
. V VC-ET05
Store. Grorc Ranc-b FUoUtlon Dcilmto CbolceUio
ccriei sna. I'nmi0!i oa Ucnr Hcrtbinaiee.
1 lj
JI1II.-N II. I'ATV,
NOTARY PUBLIC cd COMMISSIONER ef DUES
Kor the Silt. of California hod ew York. Office 1
tbe lUnk of Eitbop A Co lion plain. 11M lj
PAMTXCBOKr IIOTBXi,
JASIIS llOllll. I'KUl'KllTIUi:,
CORHtR OF FORT l3 HOTEL STREETS. HOnOLULU
The bet Ale. Wine cutl Lienor confUntl on lund.
iri j.:ti rj cuoie. atiacnca "J int uuici ij
i:iiii.ii:i i: iiit:Kinr.'i'o:.
ATTORNEY AND COTJHSELOB AT LAW
Will attend the Tcrnis of Conru ca the other Ifland
JloneytolendonWonxaEwOtJ'r.-.holil. i-OFKlCE
Merchant St.. i.duora from Dr blaaenwald's.
I'ws 3m
M'ii.im:k A: CO..
Corner of Fort and C n. . o Stecu. Uooolnln.
amber. Faints, Oils, Xiils, Salt sad Ssildlrg
itwr aiaterlfclioxevcrr Kind.
EMPIRE HOUSE,
i OLllS. rroptittor.
i-n -M.n m'tusii ami iiui-ci, j.Tin:irrs..
CHOICE ALES, WINES AND LIQUORS
DR. A. McWAYNE.
(Late of New VctL tloulhalmk Uo.piul
OFfltE X ttEsini.M-E-11 AUkea Street.
SFECIlL.TTEkTiaiTO DISUSES OF THE Ui '.D E1E.
KnA K -irTKliott -if Ft.ti Vietoa
rpu E tioi its -j ip ;i . n .snlt4eti u.
Li- if
J. ?i. U iiii i:, .it. i., o. i .
DcnUl Ecoras a Toit Street,
In Orrerr.llocfc. comer Ilotrlud Frrt tlxcU
iiriZ If Jtutrabrf. 11 tiel Mjwl.
Ajjent to tAlto Adowledgmentft to Labor
Contracts
For Ifae Dirtrici of Kutitv. Ufirr ilmht Mr ft
ppjwItB aiiw Done If
curs rucsxu.
. C. IE iris.
Sugar Factors and Comrnitjion Agents
UoDotsIs. II. I.
10W
KIATOIY & PETERSON.
a r t o nrrxi y s at xj aw.
OFFK'E, Vo. IS KAAUL'MASC STEEET.
HOI.MSTER & CO
Druggists &. Tobacconists,
WHOLESALE AND RETAIL,
1 0 Fort gtrm. anJ cof Feet Jt MerAtat Sta. 103
T. a niTTTurrnv
ATTORNEY At'lAW,
10 ye. 38 Merchant !u. noiiolaln. U. I. I
M. S. GRINBATJM H CO,
General Merrh 7trt lieandCommUaiott Mer-
13 chjita.HojioliilnuH.I. lj
M. S. GRINBAUM i CO,
Commission Mercliaiits,
Ko. let California St San Trudaco.CaJ
1M lj)
J. E. WISTTHTAK.
IIea.1 Eatato Broker & Em jiloj-ment Unrein
Beat Kooot CoUarea Ileauea. and aell and leaeea
jittt x-ataie is a pan o tae Hlnraam. f-nfety
mrntroocd forthoeeeeeLlne -rorh laalltbeTarloaa
branches of baalaeu eonnecled with thee Irlanda.
IW N. E. .LKralDoeaiseBtanwv. luII.CblWMl
Boohs asd Accovnta keot. and ceacriJoBrework. trans
acted, ltronxrt solicited. CosamUsioas moderate.
UooolalB. 11. i. ices
70E JOB WORK -EXi:cUTED IX
L1 tie neatest atjlc, call at GAZETTEOFF1CX.
Hiisincss Curtis
BISIXOJ? Ct CO..
BANKERS.
lltlMH.t l.f, t t t I HAIVAIIA.N 1-I.1MI.
DRAW ESL'IIAKUB OX
THE BARK OF CAUFORXII, : : : : SAN FMSCISCO.
alto TntiK scaurs in
)rt..
Ilo.lon.
larli.
WISS.H W. ROTHSCHILD t SOUS,: :LCmC)i
FRANKFORT-OX-TIIEMAIN.
Tfac Coutocrcltl IUoVtnf; Co. or Sydnty, Loodop.
Th CotnnnxUI TUtttlns Co. of Sj-dnty, tjdneT
The nnL frwZrilad,ABcVUnd, and it
nrnch In ChrUUhniTb, Dancilin sad Welltnctoa.
Th Bnk of Biitirh ColambU, rortland, Orrcon.
Thr Azorc Rod Madeira Itlsndc.
Stockholm, Sweden.
The Chart nrd Bank of London, Aattrl)a anrt China,
Honjkon;, Vokobamt, Japae.
And trad act ilcncralBanUoc Dnvmrva. 1W If
W. R, CASTLE,
ATTORITBY AT ZiAW
and XoUrr rnhlir. Attend all the Court or th?
Itm Kinrdom. ly
A. ROSA,
UTORflET U LAW AND HOT ART PUBLIC,
OjneV trilk tht Aititrntt GtntraU AliivlaHi 7fe
lav. itp-oif,!,, ir.2- iy
i. ii.vcuri:i.u v co.,
GENERAL COHH1SSI0K AGENTS.
WIS tjneen Mmt. llonoluln. II. I. lj
I'. A. NCIIAia'I'.U A. Cl.,
Importors Commission Merchants
ItW2 Honolnln. llanaiian Islands. lr
v Co..
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
And Importer ot and Dralrar In Hay, Grain, and
IU13 tjtueral lrodnce. Iloaolaln. 11. 1. ly
FRANCIS M. HATCH,
ttom y dn. t Xj rv "w.
UW No. 11 Kaahnmaim &trwl. lyr
WILLIAM ATJLD,
Acent to tako Acknowledjnents to Con
tract for Labor
In tie DUtritt of Kona,IrUndoIOaho,at the Office of
lb Honolnln Water U or fc. foot of Nanana btrect.
1075 ir
.i. w. ;iicvi.
Qnnmissicn Merchant ami General Jteiler
In Dry Goods. Groctfiie.llardare,btattonfi7
ratcnt Mrdtclnca, lcrf mnery, and
Ulaetware.
10 ffAILUKU, SIAUI- iy
HURT. UVEU. C. . COOKK.
i,i;avi;jhs a co o iu;,
MJCorf ror lo Lev l us A 1ick80S,
IMPORTERS & DEALERS IN LUMIiEU
And all Undi of HoUdiss 3JaWUl.
Fort Street, Vi lr Ilonolulo.
W. AUSTIN WHITING,
Attorney and Counsellor At-Law.
Acent to take AcVnowledrment of Ioftromenta fur
the I (land of Uaha.
lirsj No. 9 Kaaliamann btreet.llonololn. 1-vr
C. Al'O.'Vti.
Importer, Wholesale and Retail Sealer
in General Merchandise
And China Good?, In the Fire-pioof btore, corner Ktn&
1073 and Nanana Mreet. If
E. S. CTJNHA,
riotnil X7"ixi.o TJonl or.
UNION SALOON,
In the rear of the " Hawaiian Oaxette " bnildlnj:.
JOB No.13 Merchant btrecU ly
A. W. PEIRCE & COH
SHIP CHANS LEBS & COMMISSION MEECHAKTS
atsTS roa
Crand'GnandIlonibLwicti,
myi'aTia l ain ivuirr,
lieu
yp.4qtjgeen lUllonli.ln
ATTOKKET AKD COUKSELLPE AT LAW,
. NOTARY TCBUC,
And A-eutforklnc'AcknowlediTTaentt-of InelinmcuU
for Ue Icland of Oaho.
1017 Campbell Block. Merchant, fru. Hopolala ly
tii i:o. II. Ik AVI 1. v c..
Lam Jamok, Gsxex & Co.
IMPORTERS AHD COKUISSIOKMEBCUAMTS,
1KD JCrjVT TOfi
Lloyd's and (he Livers)! VndunTiter8b
Erttirb and Koretfa Matlne Inmrance Cooiparty,
And Northern Aa-artnteCviapny. lUSt I)
C HUSTACE.
(Formerly with D. T. Bollea S, Co.)
Wholesale and Retail Grocer.
Ill King Street, sndcr llannoay II all.
Family, Plantation, and Shir t0lT eupplled at
bort noUce. New Good by mj ateamer- order
trom the other telanda fatthlally exeented.
t5T TBLBPB03TB A"o. 1W ly
E. P. ADAMS.
No. 4 Qaccn street, llondlolo, 11 I
STOCK & REAL ESTATE BROKER
MEMBER OP TBK
JIOSOLCLC JSToCK & Uo5D ElCllASCE,
Stock and Bonda of all Idndi Boncht and
Sold on Commiulon
IfT" Telephone No. 72. 1W7 ly
LYONS & COHEN.
AUCTIONEERS I CEK'L COMMISSION WERCHiP(TS
Beaver Block. Qncen btrcet, Ilonolala.
SALEb OP rCKNITUHE, STOCK, HEAL EbTATE
and General II ere handle properly attended to.
Sole Arfnls fr American anil L'nropraii
1055 JIERCUANCIfcE,
JAMES id. JVONSA1IKAT
Attorney and Counsellor at Law.
ftpocIalatteuUonraldtothc Decotiatlon of Loanf,")
CDTfyanclnj;,and all matter appertaining lo Ileal f
(.Eeute. J
Notary Pnlilic and Commissioner of Bred
For the Mate of California and New York.
tOfflce. No. 23 Merchant bU, Ilonolala, II. I.
lid It
JAMES BRODIE,
VETERINARY SURGEON
RESIDENCE, ISO KINIJ STREET
Offlc, llcirs fromTta,; IrlaS; 4 to 6. Itl Office
KlUI. Trltpooiie H.
esTOrdere mar b left at the ranthroa blablrs."ti
I033 lrl
S. H. HITCHCOCK
Attorney at Lav and Notary Paollc,
Has optlif d ao OJBcr In IlUo.whfre be will promrtlr
attend to all baslneea CDTroited to Dim.
Vill attend all the Terma of th. Circalt Coart. and
.III also attend the Local CircnitCovrU In Kau
Itrw tCEYETISQ DONE rEOMPTLT lj
I
ASIirORD i ASHTORD.
ATTORNEYS. COUKSELLORS, SOLICITORS, IDVO
C1TES, PROCTORS, C0NVET1KCERS, SC.
esrOFrlCE "UonolQla lisle, adjolainj; roslr-fflce
(lW-'l
THE WESTERN & HAWAIISN
INVESTMENT COMPANY,
IjIMI 'X' J'3 X3 .
Money Loaned for Long or Short Periods
ON APPROVED SECURITY.
iST Applj to W. L. G It KEN,
31SKA.Ek.
OryiCE Da.e IUotL.Fo,ibtrf.t. lo
i:. . iiai.i, a. ..
UlllTEt).
IMFUEIEK5 AM) DEALERS IK IIARDWAUL
. riows. Talats. Oils and General Merchandise.
OmCEliS:
Wm W Uall rreeldnit and Mauarer
LC Abies.... .. becretarr and TreasHier
U na P Allen ..Andltor
ThosHay and E O t nlte IHrectors
lj lotio Corner Fort and King Ml.
C. BREWER & COMPANY,
(LIMITED)
(jrntral Mercantile k Commlion Agents,
QUEEN STREET, UONOIXMT. II. I
ust or tirnraa;.
P.C JONES, $ Flldeat and Manager
JOEI'Jl O. CAKTEK. ... Treat-nrrr and ajecretAry
HENET WAY Auditor
XHUCTOR9
Uos.CIIAS. II. BISUOI. II os. II. A. Y. CARTER.
10ff ly
4. 1'. alUCrAKLA.'.IltVt'O.,
IMP0KTEES ASS C0KKISSI01T XEB CHANTS,
BEAVER BLOCK,
Corner ot Fort and Qneea MrteO, Ilonolala, II. I.
lrnf to
Tbe (ilirtv and Iloaolala Line of Pctet.
Jwhn Hay ti Co't LtTerpool and Losdoa racket.
The Walup nastaitoB, Vaal.
The Spcneer Pluuthm. Ulto
UIUIII I HIUUVI, (Ills.
XI tile. Tail fc Watson. -tr Slachiaery.
The PtTlosB 1-heep Ranch Comptay.
10TA
IIVJ1A BROS..
Importers of General Merchandise
FRAXCE, ESGLAXD, GERMA ft AND
UNITED STATES,
No. 55 Qaeea Street. - Hosolala. n I,
BUOS..
COMMISSION MERCHANTS
20 FRONT STEEET,
SAN FBASCISCO,
rr rai-UcBlaratteatlcB paid USIItaxaadaalppr
llaai artera. W&i lr
BROWN c3 CO.,
Iaiportrra. ud Dealer f i
Ales. 'Wineg and Spirits
II Kercliask street, eppoelte Ue Felt face,
1VR Boaolali, II. I. 17a
Jlltcljamrol (forts.
ED. C ROWE
llottsenndSicn Fainter, Paper HaBcrt etc
lG If So. ICS King Street. Ilonolala. 8
JOU7I NOIT. J
Imjiortr and Sealer In Store, Ran&e,
sieuia. llonse rnrnlsninct.ooas,LTncKer7. uiass ano
l Llna nare. iTaciieai Meersnirs, iionoinia, ii. i
IKS lr
MRS. A. M. MELEIS,
TaslilnnaDle Drota and Cloak Master,
101 fort ltreet.Honi.lnla, II. I
10 M ljr
PIONEER STEAM
Candy Manufactory nnd Bakorv
r-. noRN
rracllcal Confectioner, rattry Cook and Balar,
ur 71 Hotel slreet.belsteen rtif tnn and Tort. " ly
c. i:. M U.I.UJIN,
IMrOEIER. HANCrACTUBES BPH0LSIMER
AUD DEALER IN
FURNITURE OF EVERT DESCRIfTIOI.
Fornitnre Vare.ltooma 'o. (I Fort St. WotV. Shoo at
toe Ola stana on iiotci oirrct.
Ordera from the other Islands rronptly attended to.
honotTulu iron WORKS CO.
rum sTi: a i U!ti:isr.!(a JiL'lJAR nir.taJ(
niT-r n Uelle r,Cooler",Iro( 6raB4 Le4Cttan
"Machinery of Every Description
j)-MdtoOrJfr.-fftl
FulicnUr mention paid to Snip Blackimitninff
taJOByOBKa-:aUJoatfctt.orltitBtK. jvjv '7
2f.F. BURGESS,
fchop on Etar Street, oppoalte Itote'i
Estimate rlrrn on all Moat or bmidl&c. Mben rv
quired. Office and Store fitted up in the taled Eavt
em HjIcb. Kriai,rlos of crery uetvcrlptfon done Id
IHC DCMIo:ciD.C minnrr, nu . mirniuiriaur,
ly
T. A. DOWER,
Ship Carpenter and Boat Builder
CVTAnn .T THE ENTERPRISE llLE.-a
Mo to I Tele phone 33.
leTFTis on.th other Ulind reqalrinc Material,
a Itoat te fcw Imttt or repaired woolu do well to com
wnntcAtr with J, A. DOU'BR.
I'M ly llonolnlo.
ALEX. FX.OHR
t
Practical Gun Lock Smith
Eethel teet, next to Toet Omce.
SEWING MiCHINES OF ILL KINDS REPAIRED.
ALL KINDS OF LIU1IT
Machinery Repaired on Short Notice
BROWN & PHILLIPS
PRACTICAL PLUMBERS,
GASFITTERS AND COPPERSMITHS
Xo. 71 KId? Mreet, Hor.o1t.Iti, II. I..
House and Ship Job Work
IB- rr.OMITLY ATTENDED TO. a!
Bath Tubs, Water Closets, Wash-Bowls,
And all Kinds Plumbing Goods,
1U ALWAYS ON HAND. tjr
. WILLA1MS & GO,
.Ml, IDS I out fiTuuirr.
Leading PHOTOGRAPHERS of Honolulu.
WORK FINISHED IN
WatcrColors, Crayon,
India Ink, or Oil.
Photo. Colored &c
Tlic Only Conuilcto Collection of
l$luil Virii!,
Terns, Mifll,
Curic-itic, Ar.
1 r OI i r x- c; c r. IVXoclornto.-Iif,l
A. H. BASEMAN,
Book Binder, Paper Ruler
- AND
IiLANK HOOK ilAXUFACTUHEK.
JLANK HOOKS OK ALL 3ESC1UITI0NS
Ruled and Bound to Order
With Kcatnest aud Dtcpatcb.
i;Iat,L EouLf, Mrilne, Lesaldwipipera
Bonod io Tinom Mjlen and at I.eaonable Price
11 Merchant St., (Gazette Building)
1011 Honolnln, II. t
REMOVED TO 103 FORT STREET !
Frank Certz
Importer JQDealer in
-AKD- fsaaa. -ALL-
DESiKiniONS OF
Ladies', Misses', Gents1
AND VOCTUb FINE
Boots fe Shoes
OK THE BEbT AND LATEST MAKE,
1U removed lo the above central I j located premise,
latelr ocenpied bj Mr, llfcineon. where he hit Jut
Hecrteed aa Invoice ot w Ooodi lo hU line cx a.
MARIPOSA making hii block one of the noit com.
lele aud varied, to be roand lo Ilonolala.
Theee Fine iloodt.111 be told at price., to (aft the
time. AH that deririn lrt elit and (erriceable
ankle la the llom and bo line will do veil to rtvo
Llm a call. tT Nn trwable to ahow Good. l(tt
Beaver Saloon
H. J. NCTE,
Proprietor,
Re.? to nnooecc to bl rilredf end the
pabUc Id ceaeril
That he ha opened 'the above Saloon
where first-class Refreshments
will be eerved from 3 a. u. till 10 p anderlho
immediate tapervUIen of a Competent CAtf tU Cm'ulm
. TUE FINEST GRADES OK
Tobaccos,
Cigars, Pipos ant!
Smoker's Sundries
(.botes- bjB pertooal eleetio from f rtt-clar uatttt
factorlea, bae beencbtalnM. aad will be added t from
time to time
Ot e of Craattwkk i Balke
O'lcbmtcd iiillid Tables
tf connected with the eUblibeal, where fover
of tbe caeca b participate. JWS
ilUfljaiuml ari)3.
Thistle Dew Whiskey
We rMpectfalty anoooace to oar patron! and tbe
pablk cmeraUj that we hare bees
APPOINTED iOLE AGENTS
For the a bore Celebrated Brand of Whlftey bj
Henry W. Smith & Co.,
OF KkNTOS CO KENTCCKT.
We cju confldTtJjr offer ttu WkUltey at
A Pure and Unadulterated Article,
Aad cijval if aot aapcrior to aor Whivfcer trer
oflered for caic la Uia KiBoyi.
mmtVK 3f ODE RATE I TUT ITrs
FREETH & PEACOCK,
Sole AesU Eiwiilaa IsUsil.
TELEPHONE 55.
FNTERPRISEF
PLANING MILL
ALAKK NEAR (IUEEX STREET
C. J. HARDEE, : : Proprietor.
Contracting and Building.
dTMoaMincs tntl rlnlh always on baal.kt
rolt SALE"-Hani anil Sort Store-wood. Cat
and Split. I'M 3m
EO.LUCAs7
CONTRACTOR & BUILDER
Honolulu Mean. Planing Mills,
Ksplaiudc, Honolulu, II. I.
' Manvlaclnrta all kind) of
Mouldings, Brackets,
Window Frames.
Blinds, Sashes, Doors
" "AJ all Unils ot WTOl.otkrlBlfB.
Turning, Scroll and Band Sawing!
am. siixni tii
Flatting and Snwing,
Morticing and Tenanting.
ORDKHS PROMPTLY TTEXDED TO
Ami Work t.iinrnitteeil.
tV Onlera from the other Ulands lollelteJ.
Honolnln,HaT2,l!WI. ion Ur
CRYSTAL SODA WORKS
OurOoodsarc Acknowledged the Sett!
NO CORKS
We Use Patent Stoppers
In all our IWtlW, Famllca Uf e no
Ginger Ale but ours
CHILDKKN CRY Foil
OURSODAWATER
VaT We deliTor onr tiooilu Free of Charee to all parts
ot theCltf.
CaifoI attention plt to leUatl Onleist .ddres
The Crystal Soda Works,
r. O. COX 337 . HONOLULU. 11. I,
PST OUR TELEPHONE IS NO. 298. tB
0Onler left with Kenton, Smith JL, Co Noll
ortttreel. will rwire't ompt attention. Hi
MRS. THOMAS LACK
INo. 70 Tori St Honolnln.
IMPORTER and DEALER
Sowing Machines, and Genuine
Parts, Attachments, Oil
and Accessories.
VCii-IIV'l FOIL "I' 1 1 U
White, New Home,
Davis, Crown, Howe, and
Florence Machines,
Howard's Machine Needles,
all kinds & sizes;
Corticalli Silk,
in all colors;
CLAKKS' JIU.K K.MI,M.ll'llIM: COTTltt.
AGENT FOR
MailaBie Dcmurett'a llrllable L'nl Taprr ratterns,
antl raVIIcatloas. D4lcr In
KfSce. I'lslola, Oniia. and hltortlns (loods.
Miot Toadrr. Caps, A Mnsllc CsrtiMjs.
KEROSENE STOVES!
In all Mire
H7aiii- rcorcl the enriee or a t uet-CIaia Unn
and Loektmlth anl tbroush Methiolc. I ani now pre
pared todo worL In that line, with promptneM and
dl patch. . Hland ordera toltcHed. WW
Jiisuraiift SCotices.
Doston Board or rnderirrilers
. OKWTS for the Hawaiian lalanrtfl.
L IW1 ly C BKKWgtt CO.
Philadelphia Bard of Fnderirrlters.
AnK!IT9 for the Hawaiian lalanda,
tW lr J BRKWKRACO
Insurance Notice.
fflllR AK7IT FOR TI1K ItHlTlBH K or
al, elm Varlsa Inaranee CeinnanTtLlmltedthaa
recelTetf Ins tract loot to Iletrtee the- Hate ot In-
Faranre between Uonolnln atrd Porta In the I'atlfte.and
iinowprrparratol;infl roltele it tba lowest rate,
low ly
THKO. 11. DAY IKS.
Atent Brit. Kor. Mar Ui. Co., United
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
riiiiK t;xDERiu!fi.n mi i.tu nr.r.x .r-
Ja. potBted Ateati or the anot company, are ire
Kired to lnar nika aealavt Ore o& ntane and Brfek
Inltftlnn.andoo Jf.erehn1l rtored therrla.oc
the mot fareraole terma, Kor partlealara appty at tat
omce ot nniy r A. rtllAKr RK x iu,
J. . LANE'S
MAIliSI.K WORKS,
MANOFACTURER OF MONUMENTS
Headstones, Tombs
Tablets, Marble Mantels,
Washstand Tops, and
Tiling in Black and 'White' Marble.
MARBLE WORK OF EVERY DESCRIPTION
MADE TO ORDEU
AT THE LOWEST POSSIBLE RATES.
HAMBURC-MACDEBURC
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
or nAMBuna.
TURK and Machinery Inmed aralnt Fire ob th
A. JACGKK.AcentrorthellawaiUn Iflands.
Wit ly
fo a omenta rit Ilendtlonr lleanetl antl
Ilrel.
Urdtri from th" other Mand jroniPtly attcsded to.
lt2
Is Nnptrccdln- all otfafr Mram llpllrrs,
BECAUSE IT IS MOKE
Economical of Fuel,
leaa Liable to Explode,
Haalerof Tranap orta,tlon
AND COSTS NO MORE !
vr Full dewrfftlm and pncea tas fce ohtalnetl try
pplkation to.
W. E. ROWELL, Honolulu.
1093 ly ISofeAr llawallao Iilaodj.
JUST RECEIVED
CONCHEE&AHUNG
FORT STREET, 1B0VE KISU,
New Goods of Various Descriptions
IS
Chinese and Japanese. Ware!
ALSO, LATEST bTTLI Or
EUROPEIH NOVELTIES IN JEWELRY !
ISCXUDISU MlUt
FINE SETS OF TIGER CLAWS
Silk Handkerchiefs (hemstitched).
All colors aad qaslHlss,
A PIXK JLSSOBTXKSTOr
Japanese Lacquered Ware
Abo, So. 1 Kl' Tor 'Saf .
ORIENT
Xnsuranoo Compnuy
OF HARTFORD. CONNECTICUT.
cSHssnsjirumsTjm : : ti.4ii.m4i.
Tales tlska aj.lo.l Lnss or Dana;, ay Fir.
BolMli;, Mntbsa4I.F. Msrkl.rrr sn-1 r.nlltorcoa
fatoratilc Inaia. A.JAEOKR.
I'm Arii for IIaallaa 1,1.0 J..
WASHINGTON
FIRE AND MARINE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF BOSTON, MASSACHUSETTS.
CuhAiieo January lltatSI. . . 1,595.550.J4.
Taara Ri.ks acalmt Lo.a or Damage 6J Fire on
Ilailtllns. Morchandlsr. Machinery and Foraltar. on
favorable terra. a: JAEUER.
1"MI Agrat for Hawaiian Wlaada.
CASTLE & -COOKE,
LIFE. FIRE AND MARINE
INSURANCE AGENTS
-aghts roa-
The New England Mutual Life Ins. Co.
OF BOSTON.
THE ETNH FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY
OF HAIITHIRD.
The Union Fire & Marine Insurance Co.
1IOI OF SAN FKANCISCO lr
Jnsnranrt Xttrrrs.
P. A. ? On A V. FER.
4 5CSTfHraaai Boar t7rfrwrftea,
Areat of Dretde Board! UadeTwrtter.
Act of Vie a a Board of Cadervrltera.
CUlma aUatt tatanaea Cwr ltal tao ru
dletloa of lae a bora Bnard ( Uadantrttra will aavo
to Vm eertlleJ to by theater Arattaltlm
alld. Qe y
The Hartford Fire Ins. Cs
HARTFORD. CONIIXCTICUT.
AeU Jwmirj 1, 1885, : $M31,8W.0I
Havixu DTAm.tjni:i xx Aucitrr at
lloaolal. far th nawallaa lataasls. Ik. .aaissv
sifted la prepared lo .ct.pl rtsaa azaiast ir saa BatloV
lBzs.Mmbaa4ls-.raraitarr, Xscai.err.sw Ik. aaMt
larorabl. terms.
Lof" l'romptlj Adjntr) T J jaVle Hrrr.
n BEJiaut,
ICTtss Agratfoe las ll.wall.a lilisft
KORTH BKITISR ASS XrSCA3TILI
Iiiinlrrinoo Oonpiii3r
or Minna aid cdibcbuh.
' Eiiabllthed 1800.
CAPITA!.. .
Actanalated aad larrstrd Faasl
I.MMI
mm: mnciuiuaiED mi
I aormlBlMl AI1KXTM tat IV. N.l.l.k l.luJ.
aad ara aataorlardta lasarr ajata.t lr. v. Fasaraaas
Terma.
irr- Rl.aa Uaea 1. any sM .1 tW Istaada sw lsa
asd7cMdraBBlMlar,aadXcrcAaadlatsr4 taw.
la; Pa-emap Iloasaa aad Farmltara. TlmW. CsaU.
Shloa I. Bars. snla or wltaoat carta., as aaaer rraalr
s. norncnLAXSH a co..
10M Ac. I. lav Ua Bawalla. Islaada
A. JAEGER, Ar.rt rortholIa. nl.
IIVERPOOL and LONDON and GLOBE
INSURANCE CO.
Assets, ...... $31,161,000
Net Income, $9,000,000.
Claims Paid, $88,714,000
if aii: uvrAni.iMii.il . aiii:x( v in
sisl ilonolala. ror tne llawallaa islands, aad Ibe aa.
dmisnrd are prepared to .rite tt.ks again!
KIRK OXBl'ILDIXGS, 3IERCIIDISE .V
I)HKL1,1.(;S
On ravAiabletrrnifl Ilttelllnc Rlakan Siieefalllv
Detached rlwrllUisa and eontenti Iniaretl for a iritxl
of threerpart, for twobremloma In adraace. fnt
rniciy mljnatetl antl payable here1.
GERMAN LLOYD
Marine Insurance Company of Berlin.
KO K T U N A
General lnsuranceCompanyof Berlin
nun: arihi: iMiiti: toMiM.iii?.
X hTe ertablUbed a tJeneral A-ency here, and tke
niiui.n-jncu. venm. are a.notiin io uti
Hlka aaralnl the Iliinefnol the hratnl tho
Tloat Reasonable? Kale, autl on the
Mom rt arable Term.
10ntly y.A.SCHAEyEttACO..tJaeral Aala
PRUSSIAN NATIONAL
XiiMiiiftiieo Oomi:iv
OP NTHTT1X
imTAniiisHciD inio.
CnpHal t I Rtlrhatuarka 9,00W,000.
THU UXIMIUSIOXKU HAVING
licenappoicteilateBt of the abort l omtiaay Ir
the Hawaiian Iiland i$ oreparett to accept rtika
airalmt Hit on Itaildlnzs Furnliarr. Tlerthaadl.
rudoee.Mirar 3)UIt,tc .on the moatfav rablctcrint
tOSSES PROMPTIT AOJUSTtO ADO PATA3LE HEU
n. HiE.noscusEinEit;
! I jo At Wilder alt Co. a
General Insurance Com'py.
x or sen, mrer ana xnna i.rmnport
of DRESDEN.
HAVI(J KSTAniilSIIKi) AX
Acncy at Iionoinia for tbt llawallaa llaad.
tbe ttDdrrl-net General Ai-rti. areaathoitaed to take
Rtaka a;alnatthoDaticr of tlieSat th
Bfott Reaton&MeRatea. and on the
Moat Farorable Terma
r A SC11AEFEK A CO
ly Astnt for tbe llawallaa I. Und.
SOUTH BRITISH AND NATIONAL
Fllti: AMI MAHLVK INSntAXtK
COMPANIES OF NEW ZEALAND.
CAPITAL 120,000.000
UolfmlU-d LUb)Uteof dbaraholder-. 1- ma - iat
rollt-y
llarin- e UbIUbed aa irnr at Ha .1st. for the
HiwilUa IUadf, the aolerlBe4 fr-paud lo ac
cept rttki- aiaat rlre on Dalldla.-- Urrrh4ad)M,
faralt ate Slcthlany.tte ,oa iheptnet farurablternu
LossePromptly Adjusted and Pay
able Here !
Mariao Riilu on MorchtoiHo, Freiata
and Tretanre. at Currant Itatea.
Hot
l. UK h EU
.lr-at f ,i IU
tail, loiaatla.
T It A -A- I- A&1 It
FIRE INSURANCE COMPANY,
r ti.m;i itt.
CaplK of tbe C'oupaDy Jt CereMKei' a(liL.'VJlV
M their e-IcaraaeeCoia(iaale tnt.lZitjitt
TeUt..
.trtcb-ttffc hKfMJW
NORTH CCRMAN
FIRE INSUEANCE COMPANY,
ir iiATtnt nu.
CarlUlortheCoiraarKeferTe..IbtMaitSAn.tn
UefrBe-IaasraaiaCoiariaalea " 3Snj
.. ... LMtbt Mark ttjOfiflV
Total. .
rvfiK t'Micnatu.'vi:t.tin.YLnAi,AtJcaiT
ja. oi ine aooee uree conpaate ror lh llawalua
IaUoda, are prepared ( lanre tttblls. Karaitaro
Xmbacdlfeand Prod we, aUatblaery. Ac, alaoBB-af
and Rice XIII. aad eU la tba harbor, a;alait Km
ordaisa by r xtK tbe '. farorable tern.
WS If II- UACKTELD i CO.
LAINE & CO.
HATE A IlsUlCIITO-H OI T1IK
Vory 33osat
Hay, Grain, dec.
Tinea is orrrHtD at toe
Lowest Market Prices
H oamncb rm to hi pht or tk cnt
1UISTS rOH THE r-
PacHc Mntaal Lire Inatxrance Company
or CALirciKxiA.
igesU for tbe "HOtJVBR TELEPaWE."
cawkumoKsk or Baass
roc CAuroBxtA.
mrlBlErSOSB 59. 147. Im IT
THE PACIFIC MVTUAL
LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY
ur 'LlmBXIA.
Dtalre lo cell the parilraTar attratlM f essrjaBsIr,
TO Til UK
Tontine investment Policies
Wblch tool.a lh-1 " taJl.paukk Claas"
So Kr.tHdtoa oa Trar,! or R'ii4.str,
Krr. from X..f of rorrrlwr.
ALM-
The I'rpo.lt Kniionmrnt Vellrj a.J tk
Mntnil lnlrtDfnl Vollcj
'Stsaattyr-
WMas. Ila.ta.1
MlHm llaiai.1
as ass I I aa.fcs.1
-"""
llilis ia ii.
i Ik la.1
1 rot m' af a'
SHI af I
ea4 .sa v Mates
nla K!
ainaMsyiasiia
Macaasaa. W ' kaV '
IWfVM taaaaaj) m
is:
ii'
jpaoaai
H. AH farm, m i ii 1 1 . .
a.aislala.laa"
Bssaa. Ts.Sssf. a,,.M islin a. l. la in ln sas
aa llllasaiat.aM.iaassv..a.s.
JcrrrsJH CI
ATTORNEY AT LAW,
So. l CaairaTl ttrm. Mm fWeilasaj. CM
m iniiaaa-araata.ea.alll.
saaiu
WILLI JW.M
IW raCaarsralaXrrse.aoafiiii It
w.h. VMtasas a Me.
COMXISSIOX XE8CHJIXTS.
TT aaal IS lull Hmt, 3vs ToofA.
trtasKCod. CoasM, mIJ T arii.......
Vaoirr
DR. JORDAN
asflasaarr. Caai Wn. '!-
lsaw.taast.aW4ss..aas,r la II..
rasaar.tau.aita ll-1II
HA aMtB. a.SIIAL Wliaria.,
BUHStaOrTTII )U1 A3 Aii.
Duuiaor nu
A OUE HISTtKI KICZtTTor
re Mcctii.
ONLY 'PEBM.tr ESTAMJWfaieiT
Mutter's Optica Dtt
TW mt eMBTpeate4 eauea a aa '
liWHLtly alaca--l nil OT OMftttS.
fcy all m e iprrw pwaatf af'l m4 tta.
Mr ax X
Thl li one o: Ut moat rcIU)Coaaateitati
"i bo in perl or. aat fewroaala. Nettie all C!alaifl
praopuy; acta aoaettiy aad ralrly y all.
nr For fartl rr Infcnnailoo, writ to, oe call a
ly Uesera! Aealfotlkt llwaiLaaIaUalB
E. O. Hall & Son
IIMXTJaIlJ.i
1 1 . c ro ix x 1. 1; a x d i i m t i i c w a t
Hall's Steel Plows
(.-aulas run. (. I. is.
HALL'S HEAVY STEEL BREAKERS
li II, aadltl,k,
ALSO- A EW link ur
Halls Steel Bock Breakers
II. 1 aal 1 la b.
'oo1atBla.-alttfceaJaaUsr' of tlier Itreakera so4
V of new imfrrwrneata, all aia4e y ta
COOK NTOV
. .in
RANG-ES
Or ALL SIZXSi
KITCHEN AND 1IOLSU10LI) tTfN.SlLS-ol
all lloJa;
TAINTS ANI) OILS-of all lioj.;
LUIIUICATINO )II.S-beat at. In lb. market
KKKOSENK 01L-Dor'a, Noonday Loalral
SILVEK l'laTEl) WAHE- Iroio Bed A Bartoti;
SOLID H!I.VKllTAltJ-In.lb.ObmC.
roVYDEI-alI alnda, from Cala. IV.0er Work,
CARKIAOE AND HAailNE ItOLTS- allaliM;
Slaoir
HARDWARE
A SplondJd Aaaortaaamti
liEATHKU Of All Dc-icripllonH;
nT-Varboodcaraof tbo teal v1" mn Voazat
for eafc . ara alwaje aev. tf part kaia.ae relet air
ctomera aid mi ENDS to DUX lV MSCJUfTfH
CITILOGUt. klcb wo am te4 to aay oa a pea tff.l
cation, or call aad axaaif at oar SpleaaU IKoekol Coada
AT OUR WAREROOMS corner of fort aa
anayTtreetav Hoa-rfala Jh
REMOVED TO 82 KING ST.
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