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DAILY BULLETIN : HONOLULU, H. L, NOVMMUJflK 2;, 1385).
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SATURDAY, NOV. 23, 1P89.
Stmr Klnnu from Hawaii and Maul
Stmr Llkcllkc from Maul
titmr, Wnlalutilo Horn Kiiuul
SJchr Mol Wnhlnt! from Puna
Hohr KiuiUm.io'mII from Hitmakua
llkt YV 11 Dltnoud. R H Drew, 134 days
from ami Vraneiseo
Nov 23 -9
H Yuinashlro Maru at "J .m, lor Yo
kohama Be W O'lrwln for San KrancNco
VESSELS leavTng Monday!
Stmr .T A. Cummins for Konlan nt 9 a m
Stmr Wnlmailulo for Molokalni 5 p in
Stmr Mokolll for Motoknl at 5 p m
Sehr Walnialu for l'upnlkoit
Stnir Llkcllkc for Maul at 5 ) in
fcchr Luka for Walincu
Helir Leahl for Haii'tlcl
Schr Kanlkcaonll for Kohala
From San Francisco nor bkt V II 1)1
mond,Xnv 'J.'1-r N 0 fetobblns, Sidney
Wass, J no Wright and wife, and liy
Fiom .Maui and Hawaii per Mmr Kl
naii, Nov l!:i E Wolter, W (loiidale,
W S Terry, Rev .1 Okabo, l)Vorlur, .1
WUhou. A G.Sim ran, 11 Uluktiu, I) Xa
onc, V K Jtowoll, K OliliuB, li llalloy.
Chans Klin, T It H'rlirlit and wife, W
MoDonald, II Maefarlane. V S Muy, 0
J Kalk, A Smithies, CJ 1 Ofctrom, Ur O
Herbert -and wife, A Coekburii, J M
Williams, A U Dowsctt, It W Wilcox,
A Dunn, T J Hayscldcn and two sons,
Tit htcyworth, wife, child and servant,
and 81 dock.
From .Maui per stmr Likelike, Nov
Kl J J Carden, m Keating, D Davis.
.1 D Colvflle, Arthur Dcvercil and wife,'
Jami'8 Monklioiiiio, ltev Father Leo
noie, liy Long, llrothcr Bertram, 2
t. hiucse and 26 deck.
The fclnir Klnnu brought -;00 Imrs po
tatoes, 100 bgs corn, 128 green tildes,
12 bales wool, 1 horse, 1 mule, 2IS pigs
and 130 pkgs sundties.
The stmr Likelike brought HO bags
sonar, 45 hitlca and C5 pkga sundries.
The schooner Mol Wahlno arrived
this morning from Puna, Hawaii, with
ri:l ohla log, HOO.iailway ties, and 15
The brigamlne Lurliiip will sail troin
Hilo next wci'k with 00 tons sugar for
The tcru Courtney Ford left Hilo yes
terday, Nov 22, in ballast-tor I'liget
The bilgantlue J DSpreckels sailed
from Kahiilul yisteidav for San Fran
The bktne S G Wilder Is taking hi
migar at. the Klnnu w barf.
The bktne W H Dimond, Capt K V
Drew, arrived thlp lnorning ir4 days.
J'rom San Francisco, with cargo valued
;it 93-1,208, consisting of 2170 gals wine,
4:14 ctls barley, 111) cils wheat, G8 bbls
Hour, 4f)2 lbs tea, 100 cs salmon, IRQ lbs
hops, C.8,20:i lbs sug.ir, 240 lbs coffee,
172 ctls beans, 8S ctls oats, 1720 sks
bran, 178 ctls com, 75 sks middlings,
587 cs canned goods, 182 bbls bottled
beer and 9807 lbs bread.
" EVENTS TMSEVEmHQ7
Entertninmcnt at Opertv House,
by the Hay Uros., at 8.
Rehearsal Choir 2d Congregation
of St. Andrew's Cathedral, at resi
dence of Mr. T. K. Walker, nt7:80.
HAWAIIAN CAMERA CLUB.
The exhibition by the uiembcra of
the Hawaiian Camera Club Inst
evening at their rooms, Alakea
street, was a most successful one in
every respect. The rooms nre fit
ted up in a very neat manner. Tho
largo room was occupied by work
done by members only. These pic
tures had been selected by the
judges. Some of the broraido en
largements were really excellent,
and could not fail to attract atten
tion. Several albumen silver prints,
and other pictures taken by the in
stantaneous process showed superior
work. The members are to be con
gratulated upon their line exhibi
tion. It is open to the public to
day and we advise all ' to embrace
the opportunity of visiting the
rooms during the afternoon and
evening. Many people were there
A FALSE PUBLICATION.
Editor Bulletin : Your scisaor
ing'from the Boston Transcript in
yesterday's Bulletin relating to al
cohol and longevity is very mislead
ing and damaging to tlie interests of
truth. The article sets forth that a
decidedly intemperate drinker a
sot,, has tho chances pf living two
years longer than a totil abstainer.
Such reasoning is absurd ; the lead
ing physicians of the world to-day
say that the human system has no
need of alcohol, and if taken, exerts
all its powers' to throw off the for
eign or poisonous clement. Every
body knows that a drunkard 'short
ens hU life by reason of hia drinking
The article in question was pub
lished by many Eastern papers dur
.ing the Prohibitory Amendment
campaigns in Massachusetts, Pcnn
nylvanla and other States. Tho New
York "Voice," doubting the verac
ity of the statements contained in
the article, forwarded it to the Brit
ish Medical Association for confirm
ation and learned that tho figures
and classes had been mixed. Tho
liquor dealers had changed the orig
inal report and forwarded it around
tho country to mislead the public
and to aid them in defeating tho pro
Nov. 21, 1888.
THE WEEKLY BULLETIN-
J 28 COIUUlllB, piiroiy local junuur-
MbI11 to foreign countrlM.
LOCAL & GENERAL NEWS.
inn nilvrrllpoil us
of fnleo teeth is niiverlUcd
Tub ruin pourod down in (orient?
at Hilo lastThuibilny.
His Ex, L. A. Tluu-dou has lioon
appointed noting Attorney-General.
Oni: your HR to-inoirow the Ame
rican hiu-ehttll tonris-l viitcd Huno
lulu. Mi:sMiH. LcwIh tin. have youne,
Berkshire boats and fat tuikoys fin
- - -
TinutK will be union jfi i f at
Knwaiahao (.'lunch Sunday ieiiiiiK
lit 7 :.HI. . "
Tin: hand givna it.s tibial conceit
nt Knnnn Square this uftoi noon at
1: HO o'clock.
Isvr.STiOATioM in the llonokaa
hanging cifie waH still going on ut
Tin: lime lnhlo for lho Sunday
Irains on the Oaim liailway uppearH
in nuothcr column.
' Khom Oolnlici iltli loNoMMubei 7th
1,(500 feet of Ihc new nud to the
Volcano W.is made.
Tin: Hay Riot, make tlu-ii secoml
appearance ut llu? Hawaiian Opera
lloute this evening.
TiiEiu: was no sign of the steamer
Del Norte ut Kahului when the hike
like left there yebtciday.
JMB8SK8. (lonsalves it Co. have, an
important notice clscwheio with re
gard to Christmas goods they have
An insane native woman who was
brought down fiom Maui on Iho Like
like was committed to the In-mno
Asylum this morning.
Tim following were registend at
the Hawaiian Hotel to-dav: J. W.
Colville, Paia ; V. W. Goodale, I'a
paikou; T. J. Ilayselden, Lahaina,
Tun Honolulu Library and Read
ing Rooms are now lighted in even
ings by the electric light, and is quite
a boon to those who attend, giving a
good and htcady light for readers.
A SPKCI.M. rohcaisal of the choii of
the second congregation of SI. An
drew's Cathedral will be held this
evening at 7 :'M o'clock at the lcsi
dence or Mr. T. R. Walker, King
II. It. 11. Pit inc k de IJoiirhon has
written from San Francisco for a
complete lilo of the Daiia- Rum.ki'IN
papers, published during his xlnyiu
Honolulu, to be sent to his address in
Thosi: inleiested in the memorial
windows to the late Capts. Nicolls
and Kchooninaker and Paymaster
Arms are requested to attend a meet
ing at 5 o'clock this evening in the
Sunday Schoolroom adjoining St.
Hon. J. L. Stevens, U. S. Minister
Resident, publishes a notice else
where with legard to Thanksgiving
day. Services will be held on that
day at Central Union church at 11
a. in., and at St. Andrew's Cathedral
at 11 :15 a. in.
Tun social at the Y. M. C. A. hall
last evening was fairly well attended.
The, General-Secictary Mi. S. D.
Puller had charge of the affair. MIbb
A. Widditield played a piano solo, 1).
G. Morton rendered a song and Master
E. Lane recited. Tho numbers were
well received. Ice cream and c'ako
were sorved and social conversation
brought a pleasant evening to a
Six monihcrH of the Kohalu Rasc
Imll Chibai rived by the Kiiiau this
morning. Thev are Win. McDuugall,
Captain, R. Rniley, G. T. Ostiom, O.
.1. Fnlk, T. Ofsior and G. Kimokco.
Bailey is the club's pitcher, and it ia
not yet decided whether he will iu
main iu Honolulu, or leave for San
Praneitco'on tho W. G. Irwin. Whnt
he decides upon will guide the future
movements of tho others.
Mn. Charles Crozier of the Hono
lulu Iron Woiks and his sister Miss
Lizzie Crozier will ho among the pas
sengers leaving on the Mariposa.
Thoy go direct to their home at
Auckland. Mr. Crozier who has been
in the islands six years and a
half, in held iu much esteem by
numoroiis friends who will hope that
the trip will do him good, lie xe
lurns on the Mariposa. Bon voyage.
RACES AT HAMAKUA.
Next Thursday, November 28th,
Hawaiian Independence Day, there
will be a series of races at tho Ha
inakua Jockey Club Park. The Pa
attllo band will be in attendance and
perform at Inlervnls during the day.
Thore will be a match race 1000
yards for $200 between Bickard's
b g Planet and Horner's b m Lala,
nud another match race the samo
distauco between Blckard's w g
Bangs and Horner's b m Mary Ann.
There are also two quartcr-mlle
dashes, a jackass race, saddle horse
race, 100 yards foot race and a
trotting match, free to all, for which
thero are four entries.
Tho Royal Hawaiian Baud will
givo a public concert this afternoon
at Kimna Square commencing .at
at 4:30 o'clock. Following is the
Overture Nabiicco Venll
March t-'einper Fldells Som-a
introduction loluutho Bnlllvau
Waltz Merry War , 8traiis
Qtiadrllle-The Vice Admiral. Mlllm'ker
THE MECHANICS' UKiQN.
Tlie weekly meeting of the Me
chanics' ami Woikingiiiun's Political
Protective Union waa oponeii about
7:.'W o'clock yislenlny evening by
Mr. Daniel .MeKeiizic, Viee-Prcsi-ilcnl.
A large number of new mem
bers was .'looted by a siimln vole.
Mr. John Phillips, President, aril v
Ing al the close of routine buslne-s,
uMiiiipl I lie chair, ami Mr. W. 11.
Stone, Secretary, icail the platform,
revised during the u ek by tin' esc
eiitive eonimittecin the form foUmv
iny, Mr. Walter llruh" leading Ihc
llanaiiun vciMiou :
"Wlieieas, -The wotkiiignien feel
that they nre not represented either
in the Kxeuutivc or 1-csjislativc
branches of the National (.ibvern
nlent, and that their interests and
reasonable wishes arc imiorod ami
wholly disregarded in both the mak
ing and administration of ihc laws
of tin; kingdom, and,
"Whereas, They believe that, in
justice lo themselves and their fanii
lioi dependent on them for support,
they should take such united action
as may seem iiccewary loglve ell'ect
to their views in the Councils of the
ineieiore, -in I onveniion :is
inMnbled, we deem it lilting that a
declaration !' uiude of the Princi
ples of the Mechanics' and Work
ingmen's Political Protective Union
of the Hawaiian Islands;
"Wi: Tni:iti:roi:i; Declaim: Thai
the object of the I'nion is to aid and
support all lawful political mcauics
which will advance the inUMCst-s of
the workinginen and mechanics of
this country and thus enhance the
"We will accordingly adhere to
the following platform :
"First: That the Cabinet Minis
ters and all the chief ulllcers of De
partuicntH under the Executive be
elected by the people, and that ex
cessive salaries be reduced.
"Secondly: '1 lint, the propcity
and income qualilications of voters
for Nobles be abolished.
"Thirdly: That it is' the earnest
wish of the Union that such suitable
restrictive legislation be initiated
without delay as may be necessary
to control the introduction of immi
grant labor and prevent the bring
ing tothese shores of pagan hordes
to be eventually turned loose upon
the country and crowd the natives
and tlie foreign mechanic and work
ingman out of their means of liveli
hood and employment.
"Fourthly: Thai law3 be. enacted
whereby people may derive greater
benefits than are now enjoyed under
the present Homestead Act.
"Fifthly: That wo will strongly
support a liberal policy with regard
to education and public improve
ments having in view the develop
ment of the resources of the country
by opening up ready and convenient
communication with its various
parts, roads, bridges, harbors, the
deepening of the channel and harbor
of Honolulu, building of new
wharves, giving greater facilities to
foreign and domestic commerce, as
well as the encouragement of such
industries as will give employment
to the laboring classes and people of
Mr. Robert More moved, second
by Mr. John Kaulahen, that the
platform as read be adopted. The
motion was immediately put and
carried, only two voices being heard
in Ihc negative.
Mr. J. Emmelulh said he wished
to resign from the Union if the plat
form was to be passed in this sum
The President remarked (hat he
did- not think it could be called
"summary,1' after what, passed at
last meeting. He did not know that
it was to be railroaded through. It
was practically tho samo platform as
was there last night. The mcubers
of the executive committee consid
ered it was just what this Union
wanted and could not make material
changes. If Mr. Emmelulh could
not support it the Union would be
the sufferer just to that extent.
1'huro was no intention on the part
of the cotnmitteo to railroad it
through ; everything was done '
honestly and above board. (Ap
plause.) Mr. More called for a division so
that It could be seen how strong the
Union was on this matter.
Mr. P. O'Sullivan considered Mr.
Emmeluth had done nothing but
kicking and ho was glad that he was
going to withdraw. He was ap
pointed on the committee lo make
laws at the start, but never appeared
al the meetings of committee.
Mr. Crowley said ho had known
Mr. Emmeluth for the last eight
years and it was the first time that
ho ever heard him accused of neglect
Mr. Emmelulh admitted ho was
appointed on the committee to make
a constitution and bylaws, but the
chairman never gave him any inti
mation of meetings, and the first he
knew of the work was when Mr.
Godfrey brought him tho laws to
sign, lie never on principle put his
nun.e to anything that he did not
havo his finger iu Iho pie, and that
was why his name did not appear on
that document. Ho had gone in al
first for a special session of the Le
gislature. He could never consider
the platform as truly representative
of the worklngmen's intereats, there
fore he resigned his membership,
Thero were things iu it that he could
not support, and very serious con
cerns of this community Hint were
Tho president said ' Gentlemen
welmve Inst a meinbPi," and pro
ceeded luinfoim the meeting Hint the
executive had coniideieil the plat
form carefully and done nothing
hastily, lie referred to the slight
diversity of opinion nt last meeting
on the elective clause. Now they
knew what it meant. That the chief
olllcers shouul be elected meant that
they intended to do away with all
that ring and clique business, about
which they had seen a letter in the
Bi'li.etin' lately. They were not
complaining about the Government,
but about the system of govern
ment, lie did not wbh to convey
the impieisinn that as a I uinii llu'
were fighting against the Govern
ment. Tim second clause to abolish
the property qualification of voters
for Nobles was probably the rock on
which Mr. Emmeluth split, and was
the only cause of diversity of opin
ion in the executive. He was not
himself in favor of that clause al
last meeting, but since then his
viewb had been led into nuotlicr
Sonic discussion took place on a
point ol order at this stage, ending
iu tlie discoveiy that there was no
seconder lo the call for a show of
Mr. Quinn said he thought the
weake-il clause in the platform was
the one ihat ought to be the strongest-
that was the third, on the Chi
nese question. lie was satisfied,
however, believing if they took it
up plank by plank they would not
get through it iu two weeks.
Mr. While thought the plalfoim
should declare that all laws should
be constitutional, and that Hono
lulu should be an incorporated city.
Mr. O'Sullivan moved, Mr. Simina
seconded, and it was carried that
the newspapers represented at the
meeting be givon the platform for
publication. Tho meeting then ad
W. Robert charged with smug
gling gin. was discharged.
G. Long was fined 1:2 with Sl.tIO
cofats, fori violating rule 'J." of the
One drunk was fined SO.
NOW FOR SALE AT
Theo. H. Davles 3c Co.'s
Suitable foi presents;
Pulsing CVes. silver mounted;
Hand Hags Ai Vsllaes,
China Dinner Fet,
China Tea S-'ts,
Fancy Mojolica War.1,
Fancy Work Baskets,
Fancy Seiecns it Lnnqi",
Etc., Etc., lite,
Dolls! Dolls! Dolls!
Kle., K'C, Etc., Ktc.
An Immense Variety.
TOYS, Toys,' TOYS.
Tin Toys, Driiini,
olI SefciM, Oartw,
Musical Toy.-", Ktc, Kle.
A. L'urc At-fcortnieul.
Christmas & New Year Cards,
Direct from ltsphiiel Tuck A; yen,
and K. lIlldcMieiuirr,
105 1 in
Attention, No. 2!
'pili: MEMHEKH AND VOLUN
L tcura ol iliclianic Knginu O . No.
S.nre hurcby notltieil to meet al llu; Hell
Tower In Full Drew Uniform on
THURSDAY. the'Jfi h iut. at 10 a in.,
for iliu purpose of houslni; tin: eii'lnu of
C'liliiuuc Engine ('o. No .1, at their new
E R. UVAN,
AJSE.MI-ANNTAL nieeling or tlm
Hoard Ol 'IrilHKCM of llie (JiH'wi's
lloepiinl will beheld nn TIHIR.SDAY,
the I 'Jib DeiHiiiber, 18s!), m 1 tie moiui,
of the Chaniber of Ci uuneree, ill 10
o'clock a. m. Ameinbnent to llie II)
Honolulu, Nov. 11, IBs'.". -10J 'd
DIJRINO my teniporniy ab.-eucc frnin
ihU kliiplnm .Mr Paul R, Im-u,
herg will Hct for me In all mailers of
butdneua under full power of ait'orney.
4 0 ill K. R. MILKH.
THE BEST P-oPER to nub scribe
a. lor is the "Dally nullum."
uta per ntoalli.
oaim Mm & m i
Triliiswlll Ic've Hnhobi'M r.i li'
Oiiiui Hillrniil & I.ind '(V as follow:
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i.i:.v r. iiosiii.ti.r i inljiVl itosuc.i 1 1
7::M x. m. ,' 'tyrfw a. i.
lU'.OO k. v. 1'Vlijtui M.
Ham"-, m. , -i;;;t) i m.
i.i.i; nnsiti.ci.r : I n: vi: IIai.aw :
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I-'OIt 1 HOO-1H.
Notice is hiMcby yivon that tho tlt
bh-iinlal elivtion (under Chapter 4!
HtiUlitc Laws ul 188tf) will lie held
On MONDAY, Dec, 2, 1889.
Ar Ihc Brll Tower.
For the ptupote fif K'evtirig a f'lilef
liaxmuur mid two amjMmiI 'Knghii'uiH
lor ibe ssiil Plie Depittnieiil.
B&!" i'ol'i will be opia al li r. m. and
cloe ul !l e M
40'. Id Secretary ti. P. I).
Per" AuHralla" choice biaiuN of
Cigars, : Cigarettes, : Tobaccos,
Anil HnniU.M'r. Al Helen.
Abo, a hn.'c as nttmeni of Ileal ',
L-iiliei' & Children's
Boots, Blioos :;i:i! Slipm,
40i 1 w
Hi! MWISH Gifts
I have just recci veil from the inamifiie.
lurers in lieland a large mill aM.ried
fliipinc-ni of 1 rlsU LineiiR of all kiials
Damask Tabic Cloths,
.Jn new and licHllliful imtieriis wldi
Najikinstomatr h, fioai thec.hc.ipp-t
lo the bf-t qualilies inaniifiicliirci1.
In nil Hlylcd and prices j-'tiaianlccd,
all luitiil wot lc."
IRISH LACE HANDKERCHIEFS,
In all htylc-) and iilnlllie?.
Ol all ni.ikcH antj (lAtlcins, the llflist
pclcciloii i:vcr(iiiqinrieil. ANo,
Doyley's Toilet Covm'f owdIs, fie, &c
Abo. a fewAi j choice
CABINET: PHOTt) : ALBUMS,
Manufactured bV Muieus Wunl'.t
'H1 r W. . XJ.'IMMllX.
MM'K iiiulerhicned hss lemovcil lo No.
1 V!l Muiiimkca Alierl, wheo he will
open a le.-lnuiail and cotlei: miIooii on
MONDAY MtlltNIMI, Nov. '.Mill, ciih.
t mn rr Will bercivid Mlh bt'-i ofniuaU,
ve( h.b es mill f'lii-. Ihein-iikcl nfliiriU,
IJin I'Mriik, .M lliti.it Clio,', Haiti .V I'-HX.
Km (live me it call mid yutt wil"
W.I w II. MATUMOIO.
A FIR VI'- LYSjUAI'ANKKF.MALK
liditie cuiVrtiilouv wtio'citt ciiuK
pruiierly Anply at llih cilice, -lllllw
NEW KI3A.LAKD 3IULLET.
RECEIVKI) ax "ZeiluullH" Ncw.ea.
luml AliiHut 'fricsv catch), in -I
iht.vii ceics. ' '
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THE WORKINQMAN'S PAPER
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OPINIONS - OF
Equitable Life Assurance Society
OF THE UNITED STATES
A SIMPLE PROMISE TO PAY.
fl'miu the New Youk Time, .lnne'J2, ISsf).
The Equitable Life Assurance Society has adopted a new fortu of
policy which, like a haul; draft, is a simple promise to pay without cotiili-.
tions on the back. n
1'j.mi thi) CiiicuiolNVKsriCArou
Always on the alert, and ever anxious to givo the public tho most
advantageous contract in life iiHuraucc, the Equitable Life Assurance So
ciety of New York has, iu the past, made many advances on old methods
and has been the means to litioralize life assurance, in a greater degree
perhaps, than any ulher organization. It iH not at alt surprising, tilers
tore, that this great company now comes hefoie the people with a new
contract, the like ol whiulv has not before been known in life Insurance.
From the Ivbntuhkv Hkoistkii, Itlelunoiid, Ky.. .luite'JS, 188:).
The Kquitablo Life Aisuranec Society has, n tlm past, done more to
create and maintain cniitiilcuiu: in life assurance than any other company.
Consequently its husinc.s is larjer than that of any of its competitors.
Furthermore, it has now Liken a step which practically sweeps every ob
jection of the cliaracler referred to oui of ihc way. The result, undoubt
edly, will he that thousands of men who have heretofore lacked confidence
iu life assurance, will examine the new policy offered by the Equitable,
and assure their lives' forthwith.
This company has done more than any other to simplify the a&iuranru
'contract, and to maintain public confidence in life assurance. . -
Ll'roin the I'achic lTNir.nwT.m:u, San Francisco, July 1, ISS3.J " .
The Equitable has already established a world-wide reputation for
liberal dealings with its policy-holders and for its prompt .settlement of all
legitimate claims against it, and this new policy cannot tail to enhance Its
reputation for enterprise and progressivencss iu dealing with the subject
of life assurance.
&& For full particulars call on
ALEX. J. CARTWK1GHT.
I UK! TO NOTIFY THE CEXKKA.L 1'UHLIC THAT V.Y THE N"KXT
STKAMKK "AUSTRALIA" DUK HERE FRIDAY,
THK Kirn, THE
f60 : CASES : OF : GOODS 1-ft
PERSONA LLY SELECTED IIY Ml:. S. EHRLIPH
NEW NOVELTIES IX
Toys of Every Description,
pots and Shoes, Etc., &tc
OeH0.89 . . Cornor Hotel & Korfc btreolH.
JJliick Spaiiir.li Lncn Flouncing, front $1 ynid iiiward.
Rlaok Cbantilly Laco Flouncing, from $2 yard upward.
Ecru, Cream .t White Oriental Flouncing, from GOet.s yard upward.
Exttit Heavy (new Myo) Oriental Flouncing, fiom 11.25 ynul iipwunl.
Dress IMets in Pink, Blue, Red, Cream St Black.
Full arortnient of all shades of Cahhiiiero, Miirtv, Satin .( Uro
Grain Ribbon. Velvet ltugn in all mIcs jmt ieceivtL
HcM variety in (Jambiic, Kwiis ,t N.iinoonk Kiiibniiilerien at
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