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h July 30--
"tmr Ay O Hall from Windward Poits
July 31 .
HlmrO H Bishop horn Hnniaktui
dtiur Jas Makce for Kauai
, , , DEPARTURES.
ie Amelia for Port 'J'owuseuil
VESSELS LEAVING TO-MORROW,
'chr Kaulkcaoiill for JColiala
chr Luald for. lfanalcl
S Alameda for San Francisco
t VESSELS IN PORT. ,
w S Alameda, Morso .1
5glno Cousuclo, Cousins
jk Porto, Florcnnss
Hk Forest Queen,
Hktne Eureka, Leo
.Windward Torts, per stiiir Kliian.
juir,30 Dr JAVight, Miss Coan, V A
Thompson, -Mr lllgglns and wife, 0 T
Shlpmnn, It A Lyman, T II Unfiles, E
llarnard nnd wife, J Nawahl, P V Akau,
AVFonnell, MrsP.N Makco and child,
JUIss Parke, A M Brown. Mtss Brown,
Mrs Phillips and child, Slarv A Shaw,
diss Lewie, Miss N Brown, Miss II
?rowii, A Fitzshmnons, A Rhodes, Ben
Zaulitu, 1 J Ztiblnn, J Ii Blalsdell and
wife, Walter and Robert Dole, Kokl and
unn i.Tllllii Pnn.nnn 11'1C..1 O VI -
Voljjnno, Mrs Auderson, Miss Baldwin,
A JIBalilwln and lfc, O 11 Murphy, J 0
Ward. F Hnstacc,iJ F Morgan, Alex
. Hoyd, Mrs Boyd, Mr Geo Boyd, T E
jtwnter uud wife, O Nixdoff, A T
; Atkinson mid Miss llopiier; From Ililo
"ir tho Volcano, Miss Alhcrlon and Miss
From tlto Volcano and Windward'
J pits, per steamer W. G.Hall, July 20
O A Sprcckcls and wife, AV G Irwin,
Miss Dore, Miss S Ivors, air Bono, It
.'.ones, Mrs F P Hastings, AV E Stevens,
1 J Hasse Terheydcn, Miss II N Foster, E
IV Fuller, Mrs S II Davis, Geo McLean
and wife, Capt L Mareliant, J L Ross, J
?'Jordon, V V Ashford, Rev Father
Cclestlne, Mrs M D Coake, J K Nahall
and CG deck.
q For San Francisco, per S S Alameda,
Uig 1--Mrs W G Armstrong, Mrs A F
'dd and 3 children, Mrs Geo AVallace,
-frs Do Jean, Mrs J Simmons, Mrs 0 II
drown, Mrs Khklawl, Mrs E It Hendry,
udgc Toohey, Miss Iloyt, Mrs J X
aitUth, Mrs A L Shaw and child, S Do
'ells, J Nott and wife, Miss and Master
ewison, A 0 Alexander, B Jones, AV L
oppor, AV A Bowcn, T D AVhiting, FT
iriillth, Capt AVllbnr, A AVenncr, Clias
ttcGuire, Palmer AVood, II lloffuung,
r Keency, Paul Xeuinnn, Z IC Meyers,
lias Ruiz, Mary Beckwith. Mary C
lllebrancl, Itev Hemphill and wife. Mrs
,erris,MissMJ Allen, Miss Eva Xcu-
tman, Miss Hoffnuug, Mrs T It Foster
land 2 children, Mrs M Fay, Mrs M C
jphtriiette, Geo A Jackson and wife.
The steamer W G Hall brought 3,2-11
hags sugar, 57 bags awa, 3 bags coffee,
n hides, '2 packages goat skins, 2 horses,
lit) packages foundries and 32 hogs from
Raui and Hawaii.
j Stmr C 11 Bishop sailed at noon to-day
In AVaianao only.
)' Stmr Jas Makce sails tills evening at -1
j 'clock for Nawlllwili, Kapaa, Ktlauca
Spoken June ICth, Lat 20 S, Lou 15
'.', British bark Jupiter from Liverpool
'or Honolulu with main and mizzen topi
Sailed from Glasgow, July 17, British
oark Lizzie Iredalo for this port.
Turner, ship builder, is making a 70
'on schooner for the Hawaiian Islands.
Capt Tierncy, formerly master of the
.rlgJIazzard lias bought Interest in
lie schooner Dakota.
Capt Calhouu, formerly master of the
"bark C O Whitmorc, lias taken command
of the bark Ceylon vice Capt Barstow
The Jas Makce sails this evening for
.Tawlllwlll direct to render assistance to
.the schooner Lihollho. She will take
many casks to float the schooner and all
ijecessary gear to get her off the rocks.
She passed tho Japanese S S last night
and the S S Oceanic tho night before.
She landed freight only at AVaialua and
, Stmr C It Bishop brought 2,301 bags
"sugar. Sho sailed this afternoon for
.AVaianae to get Judge AVidcmanu. Sho
will return to-night.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
General Gordon's Journals" on
The Y. M. C.-A. Arithmetic class
meets this evening nt 7 o'clock.
At noon to-morrow 225 bags of
oats will bo sold by Lyons & Levey.
Mit. nnd Mrs. A. Iloffiunig anil
Miss Hoffnung leavo by the Alameda
r IIis Excellency tho Attorney-General
leaves by the Alameda to-mor-
row for trip to the Coast.
J The band will give its usual con-
. cert at uinm.i bqiiaro to-morrow
afternoon at 4 :30 o'clock.
Colonel G. AY. Mncfnrlnne leavns
bv tho Alameda tn-innrrnw nn linoi.
'.liiess. lie will return bv the samo
Five mnrringes will take placo in
is cltV diirinir tho coining mnntli.
quito a rush in the business
It is probable that the wliole of
the Chinese immigrants will bo re
leased to-morrow from tho quaran
. See that your letters nro properly
alnmpcd before dropping them in
.'.the bfllco to-moiTow. The mail closes
O.E'Coe, 0 13 Winston, It Cattail, John
t!rtnt mill nlinnt. 9(111 flnM.-. W. 1...
Av the 'Wilder Ice Works, during"
Inst night, 2 5-100th. inches of rain
fell. Tho total amount for tho whole
month is 1 1 a2-l00ths.
Mi:. John L. Bushco will act for
Mr. John Noll, jTnder full power of
attorney, dtiringthc latter's nbsenco
from tho KingdOih.
To-Moitnov ahornoon the Married
Men and Occnnies play a match
game of baseball nt Mnkiki. Play
will bo called ijt 4 o'clock.
New uniforms for. the Queen's
Own will bo ordered by the outgoing
steamer, fnnu Germany. This mem
bers have iccn measured during the
. i ....
TiiEclosing exercises nt St. An
drew' jr Priory took place yesterday
afternoon and were very satisfactory.
ur.iy a lew of the parents of the
ohlldren were present.
Tins noon, Lyons & Levey sold a
piece of lnnd niauka of King street,
back of the premises lately owned
by S. K. Knai. It is part kuln and
part taro land. Paoo was the pur
chaser, the price being 515.
At 12 o'clock noon to-morrow,
Lyons & Levey will sell in front of
their auction room, the four-year-old
Hambletonian stallion, Aptos
Chief, a fine driving horse, Tobey,
and a two-seated family carriage.
The members of St. Andrews con
gregation nro reminded of the fare
well reception to tho Eev. Alex, and
Mrs. Mackintosh to-morrow after
noon, from 3 to 6 o'clock, at tho
residence of the Bi9hop, Iolani Col
lege. Tins evening occurs the grand
fancy dress Masquerade at the Yose
mitc skating rink. Manager Wall
has made accommodations to scat
nearly eight hundred people. Doors
will open at 7, grand march at 8.
The four prizes will bo awarded at
Mns. S. II. Dowsett has presented
the Married Men's baseball club
with a. set of caps. They are blue
with a while star on the top, and
will look very attractive in the field.
The boys will wear them for
the first time to-morrow, when they
show the Oceanics how to play ball.
The Minister of the Interior gives
notice that satisfactory arrangements
have been made for the continued
introduction of Portuguese immi
grants, at the rate of 300 to 400
adults a year. The first shipment
of 200 male laborers with their wives
and families are to arrive in March or
Mn. Z. K. Myers, former manager
of the Cal. Produce and Provision
Co., having now completed all ar
rangements, goes to San Francisco
on this steamer to attend to their
businessat that end. He lias arrang
ed with 'the Alden Fruit and Taro
Co. , and several of the largest ba
nana plantations and fruit growers
hero to handle their fruits at San
Francisco, and will open a store there
for that purpose. Mr. Ily. Davis is
manager here, and any one having
fruits or produce to dispose of would
do well to see him at once.
If you want a nice shoe, boot,
slipper, or any kind of children
shoes, L. Adler is the place for it,
13 Nuuanu street. 981 tf
The Union Feed Co. keep in stock
Rice straw in bales for bedding and
cut .Hay, in connection with their
large stock of Hay & Grain. Prices
low, and delivered to any part of
tho city. Telephone No. 175. lw
Pakties desirous of sending Ba
nanas or other Island fruits to friends
or relatives on the Coast, can have
tho same delivered at destination by
paying cost and charges to Ily.
Davis, manager C. P. & P. Co.
From time to time a number of
our residents who take pride in
raising fruit have complained of
sneak thieves entering their premi
ses and carrying off tho fruit, as
soon ns it was near ripe. A native
lias been caught at this game and
this morning ho was sentenced to
five days' imprisonment at hard
labor. It appears ho entered the
garden of Mr. S. B. Dole and car
ried off a choice lot of prickly pears,
but was nabbed and locked up. It
is to bo hoped his punishment will
be a warning to others,
SEIZURE OF OPIUM.
To-day at noon a seizure of opium
was made at the quarters of a man
named Raymond. He has had a
room for some time in one of the
cottages connected with the White
House on Nuuanu street. For some
time past ho had been suspcoted of
illicit commerce in the drug with tho
Chinese. At the time stated olllcers
pounced upon his contraband store,
taking it and him to the Station
House. Tho catcli comprised twenty
nino tins. Deputy Marshal Dayton,
assisted by olllcers Mchrtens and
Mauy, effected the seizure, doing
the business very neatly.
THEY RETURN SATISFIED.
Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Spreckcls,
Misses Doic and Ivors,, nnd Mr. W.
G. Irwin returned by tho AV. G.
Hall yesterday from their trip to the
volcano. They had a pleasant
journey to tho Volcano House, and,
after a good rest, went down to the
crater. Halomatimau, tho now lake,
and tho Little Beggar were all very
active, and the sight amply repaid
the party for the long journey under
taken. On Sunday they left the
Volcano House, but had not gone
very far before they came right in
the midst of the heavy storm. The
rain poured down, but eventually
the party got to shelter and their
stormy experiences ended.
About twenty minutes to thrco
this afternoon Dodd's horses attach
ed to the heavy water caft ran away
from the hydrant on Fort street
opposite Hackfcld's. The 'driver
had dismounted and was turning tho
water on when tho horses got scared
and started off on. to Queen street.
A Chinese express driver was just
ahead and a hot race ensued be
tween the two, until reaching the
Union feed store, where the water
cart ran right into the express, turn
ing it completely over. The horses
attached to tho water cart kept on
for a few yards, when one of them
fell, bringing them to a standstill.
The Chinaman's express was a com
plete wreck, but the man and liorso
were not hurt. Tho water cart
horses escaped unhurt. If tho
Chinaman had whipped up his horse
he could no doubt have outpaced tho
water cart team.
Our correspondent at AVaiohinu
writes that on Sunday the 2Cth,
there was a heavy rain, great wind
and awfully rough seas. At Puna
luu, the sea came over the sand bed
and destroyed two or three houses,
throwing down stone walls and doing
other damages. At Ilotiuapo, the
fine wharf, -the best ever built on
the Kau coast, was nil washed up
ward toward the dry land. At
Naalehu, Waiohinu and Honuapo,
several flumes on high trestles were
were all blown down, and it will
cost a large sum to repair them.
Trees were uprooted in every direc
tion. At Knaluahi a very heavy sea
was running and the wharf was con
siderably damaged. The fields of
sugar cane look as if they had been
rolled clown by the street roller.
They look smooth and even with the
ground. The old natives say that
they do not remember ever seeing
such a terrific storm.
An ineffectual attempt was made
here on last Saturday to convict
fourteen residents of Ilonokaa, for
having the temerity to celebrate the
4th of July. The dion. member for
Hamakua had some fourteen natives,
whites, and Portuguese, arrested
and tried for disturbing the quiet of
the night. It has always been the
custom here on holidays for natives
to go round the different stores and
dwelling houses, singing, and as
usual they were out in force on the
night of the 3rd. Our police officer
swore that they were making a
hideous noise, singing and playing
a guitar, and that he was in hatlihi
fear therefrom, and after the lapse
or nearly a monui a paltry case is
btfxed up against them. The Judge
very wisely discharged every one of
tliem. It is to be hoped all good
Americans will remember this .when
the lion, member is running again
for the Legislature.
EATEN BY SHARKS.
The W. G. Hall brings the news
of tho wreck of the Hawaiian
schooner Pohoiki, owned by Messrs.
Allen & Robiuson, whicli took place
near Napuuapele, Kau, Hawaii. The
storm was raging very fiercely at
the time when the schooner capsized
on Sunday night. The vessel was
in charge of Captain Paahao, and
his wife was on board. The crew
consisted of five men, all Ilawaiians.
Soon after the schooner was capsized
the captain was attacked by sharks
and so badly bitten that it was im
possible to do anything for him, and
ho was drowned. One of the crew,
Kaulu, was also lost. Two others
were bitten also by sharks, but thoy
managed to get into tho schooner's
boat with the remaining two of the
crew, who were not injured. Dr.
Baker, .the Government physician at
Kona, was sent for and ho wiilos to
say that the two men are in a yery
bad state, the bites being rather
serious. The schooner was not seen
again after she capsized. She is
THE RIFLES DRILL AND HOP.
The drill and hop given by tho
Honolulu Rifles, at tho Central Park
skating rink last evening, was, taken
all and all, n success. About five
hundred invitations were issued, and
tho appearance of the galleries and
supplementary rows of chairs indi
cated that not many had neglected
the bidding. Tho spacious apnrt
ment was set off by decorations of
liallll branches within thn nrfh nf
I the roof, n row of Chinese lanterns
extending from end to cud nbovo
the centre truss beam, nnd flags dis
posed at intervals on the sides nnd
ends. There was also a canopy of
flags, with the royal standard for
the iniddlo piece, over sofas placed
for tho royal party and other digni
taries. Ills Majesty tho King and
retinue, and the Governor of Oahu
and staff, occupied the canopied
space during tho drill.
At the appointed hour the Rifles
left their Armory, marching single
file, onacccountof the muddy streets,
to the rendezvous. The Royal Ha
waiian Band awaited them at the
rink, and played upon their entrance,
as well as during pauses in the drill
nnd for the succeeding ball. An
extensive range of movements,
inanamvrcs and manual uxcrciscs,
was covered in the drill, ending with
n dress parade before His Majesty.
Frequent bursts of applause during
the performances attested tho admi
ration of the multitude of guests for
the high proficiency displayed
in every particular. The marching
was done in almost pcrfeet lino and
precision, and the men looked as
neat as new pins in their snug and
gay uniforms, topped with "daz
zling helms and glittering crests."
Thoy handled their arms well withal,
and nothing was left to be desired
for a martial racket by the drum
corps. Shortly after nine o'clock
the following programme was begun
to be danced through, that portion
of the evening's diversion ending
March Honolulu llillcs...
AA'altz-, 001 Nights
Lancers Madam Angot...
AValtz Blue Danube. .
Lancers Heart and Hand.
AValtzcs Lei Aloha
In the course of the evening the
brave men served the fair ladies
with ice cream of the best Mr. Hart
produces. Seldom has a more bril
liant gathering been seen under one
roof in Honolulu, than was com
prised by the Honolulu Rifles and
their guests last evening. Espe
cially during the drill was the scene
one of resplendence and beauty,
with the brilliant array of uniforms
and the gay surroundings of fashion
THE STORM ON THE ISLANDS.
The following budget of news
came by the steamers AV. G. Hall,
James Makee and C. R. Bishop.
About 50 houses, some of which
were wooden, were blown down at
Kona and banana and cocoanut trees
laid waste. The Honuapo wharf,
which was built about three years
ago at the cost of about 811,500
was completely demolished. At the
old Honuapo landing a store house
was taken bj' the wind about 25 feet
inshore and some 300 feet of track
(was washed away. The Punaluu
wharf was also damaged, and an
old storehouse belonging to a China
man at the same place was carried
by the gtempest 200 feet inland.
Kaalualu wharf was damaged, a
houso owned by n Mr. Jones wits
blown on its side aud now rests at
an angle of about 45 degrees, and
at the same placo the bullock land
ing was washed away. The natives
say they never knew it to blow so
hard with the wind from that quarter.
At Kapua, when the tempest came
roaring down the mountains, the
people thought it was a volcanic
eruption and they made for their
canoes, but when they saw the
houses go down they knew what it
was, and they then sought shelter
The AV. G. Hall was at Honuapo,
when the storm began, and finding
that the vessel dragged her anchors
she put for Kona for shelter. She
was not there long when tho
wind blew her to sea. She left
two of the ship's boats at
Honuapo, and when the weather
moderated she went thero to get
them, and to tho captain's utter dis
may he found the boats about 100
yards inland among the trees.
Tho steamer Jas. Makee was at
Knpaa Thursday forenoon, when tho
captain received a telephone des
patch that the schooner Liholilio had
parted her cables and was ashore at
Nawiliwili. The Makee immediately
proceeded to the assistance of the
wrecked schooner, and on her arrival
thcro'found her on the rocks, half
full of water, n hole in her bottom,
her rudder and keel gone.
Three thousand feet of flume at
Kcnlla and 1,500 feet at Ilannmaulu
wero blown down. Wnilun bridge
wa? totally destroyed. The Pacillo
Sugar Co.'fl Humes, at Kukuihaelc
wiJro washed away, At Paailbuu a
house for a steam pump was blown
down, and the pump damaged.
Part of tho Ilnmon lauding was
FmiiAV, July 31.
Ahl was charged with larceny of
fruit value 82, tho property of S.
B. Dole. lie was found guilty and
sentenced to imprisonment at hard
labor for ilvo days. Lepeka (w.)
was charged with disorderly con
duct. She was remanded until
August 3rd. John Brown wns re
primanded and discharged for violat
ing express rule No. (5. Robert
Lovcy wns brought up on a similar
charge and also reprimanded and
discharged. Illkcalani (w.) was
remanded until tho 4th of August
on a charge of practising medicino
without a license, sho being si native
Hawaiian. Kinney and Peterson
appeared for her.
Rev. Dr. Collyer:--AVoman ought
to be at least the equal of man in
her intellectual capacities; nay, she
isiiuuut no nis superior, for n wo
man's mission is so much more im
portant, considering the great olllco
and sanctity of the mother. The
nations that most reverenced woman
were those whose manhood stood
highest in its times. Who can count
the lives wrecked by ill-mated hus
bands and wives? As u rule it is
the husband that is at fault, because
man has to take the world as he
makes it, while woman's world is
what it is made to be by her hus
band. Rev. Dr. Lorimer: There is not
much ethical education anywhere.
In our public schools there is none
to speak of, and in the aristocratic
home circlu there is not much more.
Boys nnd girls arc taught to dance,
to sing, and to lie graceful, but
conscience and heart are allowed to
shape themselves. Indeed, matters
have come to such a pass that in
magazines and in literary circles the
question is being asked whether we
shall have any morals in the future.
So little interest does the church, as
Biich, take in the matter, that great
difficulty is experienced in getting
teachers for the Sunday school, and
more in obtaining money to defray
its current expenses. 'We lavish
millions on worldly accomplish
ments, and dole out a few thousands
for religious training.
Rev. Henry Ward Becchcr:
Science has no right to ridicule revivals-
of religion. They are founded
in a natural philosopy. Children arc
trained to a spiritual truth easily
and naturally, and this is the normal
method and the best. But adults
are regenerated slowly and imper
fectly. Influences must be brought
to bear upon them to enable them
to rise as if by atmospheric pressure
to an exalted life. Unity of feeling
in companies is favorable to the do--velopmcut
of individual feelings.
This is recognized in business when
prosperity is called a "boon," and
it is recognized in fashion, in art, in
revivals of learning, and, most of
nil, in moral feeling. The incre
ment of moral purpose by the con
current purposes of thousands de
velops the highest and the noblest.
A hundred men can easily do what
is almost impossible for one. There
is a normal philosophy in the law of
Rev. Hugh O. Poutecoat: The
parent's will is not the supreme rule
of conduct for the child, but rather
tho wise consideration of the child's
future welfare and the law of right
and wrong, which is the only autho
ritative criterion of all human life.
The parent has no right to whip or
otherwise severely punish a child.
Parental authority is not best pro
moted by whipping. Such punish
ment usually, if not always, pro
ceeds from anger in the parent ; it
hardens the child; it degrades the
mutual relationship; it docs not
accomplish its ostensible purpose;
the after effect in the parent's or
child's memory is not elevating.
AVitli regard to incorrigible children,
no one knows what can be accom
plished with them until gentle, ra
tional means of influence are fairly
and exhaustively tried. If such
means do not succeed when so tried
it is safe to say that whipping will
not. Whipping, in connection with
tho prevalent notion that a parent's
will is the law of the household, is
the heresy of home life.
"Marion, you have been raised in
such luxury that I am afraid your
marriage with young Jackson will
prove a grave mistake. He will not
be able to support you."
"Now, Lizzie, there is just where
you arc mistaken. If he can support
a man effectually, ho ought to be
able to support a woman."
"Why, whom docs he support?
"No. lie's catcher in n base ball
nine. He supports his .pitcher."
COTTAGE TO IJ3T.
rpill2 cottage, nl picsi'iit occupied by
X Mrs. Small, opposite the Beretaulu
Street untruiicn of the Hawaiian Hotel,
will bo let nt $10 per mouth; the letting
of the sumo being conditional upon tho
salo of tho furniture now in It. For
particular, apply to
81 tf A. J. OAHTWMailT.
The "Daily Bulletin"
Is for sale immediately after publica
tion, at tho following places;
Messrs. OAT & CO.'S, Merchant SI.;
Mr. THRUM'S, Merchant St.;
Messrs. WOLFE h EDWARDS', corner
King and Nuuanu Sts.:
ISAAC MOORE'S, 134 Nuuanu Street;
THE CRYSTAL SODA WORKS, Hold St.
BY a first-clnss Poitugucso Cook-jai
situation in a privato family. 1 mjk
ferenco given. Cull at
GONSA.LVES & CO., 07 Hotol St.
- 80 2w
Mrs. J. Rodanet
WISHES to inform her customers
that she is still nt CI Bcrctauia
Street, and will continue the drcsi-mnk.
lug business there, nt her usual low
ratca. 04 tf
TO LET. '
A TWO-STORY COTTAGE, AVITU
trellised verandahs and lurgo
grounds, at Palnma, lately occupied by
Mr. AV. H. AVllkinson. Bent low to
a good tenant. JOHN BOBELLO.
HA.VING obtained tho bcrviccs of a
llr.st.clas? Piano Tuner, wo wish
to infoim (lie public that wo arc able to
Tune and ltcpiir Pianos nt fhorl notice.
All orders lelt with us will ho promptly
attended to, mid nil work warranted.
1033 1y AVEST, D(-)AV Si CO.
7"E the undersigned are prepared
T to furnish household lervnnts,
collect hills, aud do Anglo-Chinese in
terpreting and a general agency busi
ness. Chnrgcs moderate.
SOYONG & AHPHAHT,
38Cm 48 Nminnn St
Tl QucMl fcll';ot.
Sleniucr "J. r. DowNett,"
Rob Roy, Mllo Morris, anil Josephine.
sbvivr lrort SyvruE.
Pino and coarse I'uuloa Salt ; line
KaUaako Salt, in quantities to suit.
Alo, large and small Iron AVater
Tanks. Paints, Oils, Etc., Etc. C3 ly
N O TJ C E !
Offor a Silk Dress for $5.
ALSO, OTHHUIGOODS AT FIFTY
per cent, reduction. Embroidery.
Curtains, etc., in all stvles. Ladies'
Hals and Capa ; Table Innen ; Mixed
Linen and Black llruscls Luces.
EST SUITS OF CLOTHING AT
COST l'UICES. TO 2ni
Wee to tlie Pnlc.
Wo take pleasure in announcing to the
public that, in addilioa In our
Pastry and Confeotionery Business,
AVo m III open our
Ice Cream Parlors !
AVhich have been fitted up cleganlly ac
cording to our trade, on
Our Cream will be only of supeiior
quality, made of genuine eream. A
we have Hindu arrangement-, willi the
AVnodlnwn Hairy to supply us oulj with
n nrM-olns article ficm sample: we
have had of the same, wo arc able to
guarantee satisfaction. The following
iiH-orlmenl3of Ice Creams mid Shuilicis
wo will keep at our opening, and main
more kinds if trade will justify it :
JO 13 CRK.01S:
VANILLA, LEMON, CHOCOLATE. C0FTGE,
STRAWBERRY, PINEAPPLE and
Parties supplied nny dny except Sun
dayn. Those wishing Ice Cream for
Sunday must leave their orders on Sa
turdny boforo 0 p. m., which will h.
delivered before 10 a, m. Siindiy. The
creams will he packed so that they ill
keep eight hours in a flrst-elsiFS condi
tion. Hoping to get a slum of ptiblio'
patronage, and thanking tin; public for
their liberal past favor.", we icmaiii, ten.
MELLEK & IIALJJE,
W03 ly King, near Ahtkea St.
Besl Made Has no Equal.
Give it ono trial on Tarnished Metals
and bo Convinced.
It is ti vogctnblo polish and warranted .
freofrom Acids, Poisons or Gritty sub. 3
(.liinres, and is superior to anything of
tho kind heretofore offered to the public
for dunning nnd polishing Metal Signs, ' - '"
HiiUlngs, Show Cases, Harness Mount. 7.
ings, Baud Instruments, Brasb or Metal rkmk
Lamps, Faucets, Stair Hod, Locomotive .r-' sF'
Headlights, Gun Barrels, Brasi, Coinyt.r J
Silverware, Nickel.Tinwarc, Zinc, MtVcl'
AND ALL METAtS. j
.,I,t, ifl tC8Enlly a-lRpled to Marino J
Hailrond, Stationary and Firo Englnu
Works (hot or cold), and being free
from acids or grit, will not Injuro
Journals, hoarings, tho black lctterlhg '
on metal signs, harness leather, or scratch
tho finest polished surface.
'liio cicnno.it and best Polish for
Ladies to use for Household and Kitcli.
en use. It is put up neatly and convent.
ontly to suit nil, lu-1. 8 and 10 oz, and
Ilvo pound boxes, ami every box guaran.
jriooH, ase, , rrjcj 4t &.i.
Aside from its unequalled pollshinr
qualities, its strongest claim on tho pub!
Ho favor rests in its absolute purity and
cleanliness, hoing a clean, creamy pa.Me,
easily and conveniently applied. For
Sale only at
PACIFIC HAHDWABE CO.
Call and get Sample Box.
Svi.. J. Caiitv, Solo Agent fpr llawui
inn Islaud iy
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